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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT FOR THANKSGIVING 4 .J i'M . MM - MW'ttJ a T 'J -T- J k Li Ml , .it , M ft Ad-itorial We deal in that quality which means true econ omy in the end. Shoddy merchandise, no matter how cheap, is sheer waste. "We give preference to quality when a slight ad dition in cost insures a substantial increase in Serv ice Value. W. 0. STALLING BOTH QUALITY and PRICE SUGGEST THESE: White Crest Flour. Sugar, per sack $12.50 Sugar, 7 pounds for $1.00 Stalling s Grocery Co. Groceries and Meat CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO PHONES 22 and 25 EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT FOR THANKSGIVING 1 iwivi -"Vi" the DOS WIUZ WHO a ICOI at YGhomes m fft ft x3TCs. The Youth's Companion America's Home and Fsmily Weekly. Itt field of service it covered by ' no other publication in America. Ik purpose and power are different. Its diversity and quality and quantity of reading appeal to aolid, home-nd.nation-loving peoplj. 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SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE New State Auto COMPANY PLENTY OF STORAGE GAS, OIL AND ACCESSORIES KELLY-SPRINGFIELD AND GOODYEAR TIRES A SPECIALTY A place where the auto owner gets real service : and 100 per cent on every dollar he spends. I J. F. Sellars and L. M. Wood PROPRIETORS . CLAUD NOTES Miss Kathfrine Dorris has rcsiirned her position at the Claud store. Mr. and Mrs. Rose, teachers at Cluud, and Mist Jule Rose, teacher at Frio, arc attending teacher's in stitute at Albuquerque this week. Mrs. Bennett has been visitinir her (laughter, Mrs. Chester Marks, of Clovis this week. The school children are enjoying a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Dodson have moved to the Brownlee farm. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wcstfall and daughter, Geraldine, of Clovis, spent Sunday with the former's parents,. Mj. and Mrs, Walter Johnson en tertained their son, Willard, and his brido Sunday. Pleasant Hill is certainly to be con gratulated on the result of their re cent plo supper. There were sixty nine pies sold and the amount of money made was $191.63. One pic brought $13. There certainly must be numerous pretty girls in ' that neighborhood. Mr. Walter Westfall has a new Ford touring- car. Mr. Neil Kreitzbcrg, who purchas ed a new Ford touring car recently and became the new star route mail carrier, reports liking the work fine. Mr. Walter Johnson is threshing his maize and kaffir this week. He is feeling much better now, having recovered from an attack of appen dicitis a couple of weeks ago. Mr. and Mtrs. Johnson are planning a trip to Mrs. Johnson's old home in Okla homa in the near future. Miss Grace Akers of Shiloh was a visitor at O. E. Pattison's Sunday. The girl's basketball team of Claud went to Hollene Thursday and played the girl's team there. The score was 7 to 17 in favor of Claud. The game waa refcreed by Mr. Rose and Mr. Jackson, teachers in the Claud and Hollene schools, respectively. Rev. Cameron held services at Claud Sunday afternoon. A largo nimher of people were present. Mr. Thornton of Plt-Haant Hill was in the Clnud community Thuisilay. Mis Nolle Mott of Clovis upent Sat urday ni(?ht with Miss Ermu Wcstfull. The Crowdcr family has moved to the Fager farm. Mrs. Walter Johnson visited Mrs. Pattison Saturday. Mrs. Walter Smith and family of Clovis are visiting Claud relatives this week. Miss Lola Krictzberg entertained at a birthday party Saturday evening, Nov. 20th. A large crowd of young people were present, including boys and girls from Shiloh, Pleasant Hill, Clovis, Frio and ClauU Miss Krictz berg received a number of lovely gifts from friends in remembrance of the event of her birthday. During the evening merry games were play ed. A jolly time waa had when the boys tried to find their supper part ners with the aid of drawn numbers. In the center of the luncheon table stood a birthday cake with fifteen candles burning brightly on it. After blowing them out, one by one, Miss Kritzbcrg cut tho cake and everyone present had a piece. The guests do- parted at a late hour wishing Miss Lola many more happy birthdays, also hoping they would be invited to a jimilur party next year. Littlo Lola Bell Pipkin has been quite ill, FARMERS STATE BANE OF CLOVIS We invite your business upon the most favor able terms consistent with prudent banking principles. We Are Thankful! Authorized Willard $ffif A Oldfield Tires Guar- Service Station $MMU Mtecd ,of 8000 I t DON'T FAIL TO iles. g GET IN ON OUR EVERY TIRE FREE BATTERY ' CHARGING Vl& MAKES A NEW OFFER && CUSTOMER WE ARE THANKFUL FOR THE GENEROUS BUSINESS THAT THE PUBLIC HAS GIVEN US DURING THE PAST SEASON AND WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE BET TER PREPARED THAN EVER TO SERVE YOUR TIRE AND BATTERY NEEDS. 1 TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS, WE ARE GOING TO FURNISH Free Battery Charging for the Next Ten Days Beginning Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25 Taylor Tire & Battery Co. Ill South Main Street CLOVIS, N. M. PHONE 442 Chomists from paper mnnufactur Ing houses are experimenting with certain deposits of peat in Ireland, 'he peat being used in place of wood pulp in the making of paper. CAMERON NEWS E. W. Leach assisted B. F. Cogdill in butchcrinir a beef Thursday which he sold in the neighborhood. About 100 nconle attended n fruit supper at the homo of A. A. Duthrago Saturday niirht. Rev. Crawford preached nt New Hope Sunday morning after Sunday school and took dinner at tho home of Mrs M. A. Johnston, He nrenched at New Hope at 3:00 p. m. and ate supper with J. Z. Islnr. Jack Grev of lirady was with him. C. L. Miller, who has been at Tvx Ico laid up with a lame foot for sev. crnl weeks, returned home Inst week Some of the neighbors met nn,l as. sistcd J. W. Shaver in building his house this week. Rev. A. W. Cameron filled thn mil pit at Texico Sunday evening, the 21st. ' J. D. Cameron delivered a load of turkeys at Tucuincari Saturday re ceivlnir 32 cents a txmnd. A. C. Johnston took a truck load of wheat to Hereford Saturday. Hit family accomnanied him. J. C. Helsly waa threshing Satur day. A. A. Dethran and family anil A. c. Johnston and family took dinner Sunday at the home of J. Z. Isler. Arrangements were made Sunday morning for a Christmas tree at New Hope. They expect to have a pie supper for its benefit. The date has not yet been decided upon. Clifton Dunn and L. M. Boney made a business trip to Amarillo the first of the week. Mrs. A. W. Cameron, Sr., spent last week at Mrs. J. A. Conway's at Hollene. Arthur, Nathana and Roy Cam eron enrolled in tho Boney school Monday. 11 Ask An Owner! Ask Sonora owners about this phonograph. You'll discover that they ere unanimous in their praise of the famous THE INSTRUMENT OF QUALITY Li CLEAR AS A BELL The Highest Class Talking Machine in the World ) They know it has no equal. 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