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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1920.
TTy 15 We Solicit a Share of Your Grocery usmess Vc have opened a groeery store at the corner or West (J rand Avenue and Connelly Street in the building known as the old Lone Star Wagon Yard and wc solicit a share of your grocery business. We are out of the high price rent district and can give our customers the benefit of a great saving on many items in the grocery line. Our stock is complete. Call and sec us. Willmon Brothers Corner Clrand Ave. and Connelly St. FEED THIS RATION AND WATCH 'EM LAY The following ration for winter 'Kit production li recommended by the University of Missouri College of Agriculture as satisfying the needs of tho hem and is economical and prac tical. During the punt year it has been fed on number of farms with good results. Daily rations: Scratch grain; ten pounds shelled corn; five pounds dry threshed oats. Dry mashes; three pounds wheat bran; three pounds wheat shorts, one and one-half pound commercial meat scrap. Whcro milk Is plentiful three gal lons of skimmed milk or butter-milk furnished each 100 hens daily will take the place of meat scran. Either milk or some form of lean meat must be supplied in every ration for suc cessful winter egg production. Com mercial meat scrap ecu be obtained '.VILSON IS PERMITTED TO WALK WITHOUT CANE Washington, No. 20. President Wilson is now allowed to walk about the building without even the aid of a cane, it was said today at the White House. He uses his wheel chuir only, for the purpose of an oc casional relaxation, it was said. White House officers declared that the President's health had so far im proved as to make is posible for him to address Congress in person when it convenes next month, but that Mr. Wilson has as yet made no definite plans to do so. SWALLOWED A CRASS BUR Louis A. Smith, while cutting feed a few days ago, had a trying experi ence. In some way a grass bur was flipped into his mouth and lodged In his throut. One doesn't have to draw on the imagination very hard to tll what he suffered for a little while. After trying to force it down by swallowing pieces of breud and fail ing in thnt, a piece of cotton attach to a string and soaked in fat was swallowed, .which did tho business, the bur was removed via the cotton and string. Joel correspondent in Hereford Brand. No. 53 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CITIZENS BANK OF CLOVIS at Cbvis, in the State of New Mexico, at the close of business on November 15, 1020. X to from most feed dealers in 100 pound Hacks. One sack will supply protein noeded for 100 hens for more than two months. Kaffir of feterita may be substituted for corn. Barley or feed wheat may be used instead of oats. Cornmeul or ground oats may be substituted for shorts in the mash. Alfalfa meal or clover leaves may take the place of bran. A good grade of tankage may be used instead of the meat scrap. , In feeding this ration all grain should be fed In deep straw to com pel the birds to exercise. The math should be fed in self-feeding hoppers or troughs and a supply kept before tho birds. In addition to this ration hens should have an abundance of water, a supply of green food a free access to sharp grit and crushed oys ter shell, or soft limestone grit. With early hutched pullets, housed comfortably and fed this ration, win ter eggs are assured. RESOURCES Louns and discounts $440,545.09 Total loans - - Overdrafts -."."V n U. S. Bonds owned and unpledged Z4'2;? nn War Saving Stamps 84luu Total U. S. Bonds Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged -------- JrXnn nn Value of Banking house, if unincumbered 6.000.0U Furniture and fixtures nn N,.t. nmmint due from national banks n.J.iJ.uu Other checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting ban , . Fractional currency, nickels and cents iu.vv Coin and Currency $446,546.00 4,641.42 24,841.00 2,972.31 (S.OflO.OO 2,800.00 14:1,123.06 8,480.16 243.90 16,244.00 TOTAL - $055890.94 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in. Surplus fund "JTiVnVJS Undivided profits $16,893.19 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.. Net amount due to national banks Individual deposits subject to check Cashier's checks outstanding Certificates of deposit ---- Bills payable, including obligations representing money borrowed - 7,038.80 666.43 25,000.00 25,000.00 8,854.33 666.43 477,489.93 31,938.85 61,941.40 25,000.00 Thanksgiving Dinner You always like eat meals that remind you of home, and you are probably looking forward to a big turkey dinner next Thursday. In this cafe you will be pleased with the whole some food, and prompt service. EAT TURKEY WITH US ON THANKS GIVING DAY, IT WILL BE A DAY THAT YOU WILL REMEMBER. CRYSTAL CAFE South Main St Clovis N. M. Charter No. 87S4 Reserve District N'o 1 1 24,000.00 2,500.00 REPORT OK THE CONDITION OK THE First National Bank of Clovis at Clovis, in the State of New Mexico, ut the close of business on November ,3, V'm' RESOURCES Loans and dim-aunt, including re-diseounts. $1,081,873.00 $1,081.R73,.90 Notes and bills rediscounted with 1-ederal Ke-i-.rv l.....k .$197,906.60 Notes and bills rediwminted other than with Federal Reserve Hank 18,359.19 21u,2l.;..8. U. S. Coernment Securities Ownedi Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. Bonds ' par value) "-r,l)0 00 Pledged as collateral for Stale or oilier ueposiw or bills payable Owned mid unnlcdircd Totul U. S. Government securities Bonds (other thun U. S. Bonds) pledged to secure postul savings -deposit wr" Securities, other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks), owned and unpledged - iv,oto.n Total bonds, securities etc ---- Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (fiO per cent of subscription Wi Value of banking house owned and unincumbered Equity in banking house Furniture and fixtures ---- Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve bank .... Cash in vault and net amount due from nation al banks - ",":"; Net amount due from banks, bankers and mist companies in the United States...-- Checks on other ban! s in tho same city or town as reporting bank -- --- Totul of items 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.-.-Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bonk and other cash items. ---Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Trensurer 23,316.75 75,979.30 86.1,608.11 89,000.00 82,875.72 3,750.00 23.316.75 15,383.25 86,492.73 44,644,49 21,608.54 9,726.27 901.27 3,125.00 TOTAL 055890.94 State of New Mexico, County of Curry, ss. Wo G. W. Singleton, President and S. A. Jones, Cashier, of tne above named bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of our knowledge odd belief. G. W. SINGLETON, President. S. A. JONES, Cashier. Correct Attest- CASH RAMEY, J. E. LINDLEY, CHAS. E. DENNIS, D'RrSubscribed und sworn to before me this 23rd day of November, 1920. ADDIE CIIENWORTH, Notary Public My Commission expires April 18, 1923. PANKEY HAS BEEN I ACTING GOVERNOR FOURTH OF LARRAZOLO'S TERM Santa Fe. Lieutenant Governor Benjamin F. Pankey will become act ing governor of New Mexico for the eighth time in one term of leu than two years, when Governor O. A Lar razolo leaves the last of the month for Mexico City to attend the inaug ural ceremonies for President Obre gon. Mr. Pankey already has served as acting governor considerably more than one-fourth of the full term. During this time he has not received a dollar of the salary of governor, nor iius he used any of the governor's contingent fund, which is $5,000 a year. Governor Larrazolo hiw visit ed the American cupitul; has visited the Republic of Mexico und has been as far west as the Pacific during this term. It is expected he will be absent two weeks ot more on the visit to Mexico City. CRAIG MENTIONED FOR U. S. ATTORNEY TO SUCCEED BURKHART George R. Craig, chairman of the republican state central committee and district attorney of the second judicial district until January 1, 1921, is bAr.g mentioned for ap pointment as United States district attorney as a successor to Summers Burkhort, another Albuquerque law yer. Mr. Crnig, it was stated by sev-c-ral republican leaders, probably will get the appointment if he wants it and there appears to be no reason why he should not wunt it. New Mexico Rurnlist. TOTAL : $1,240,432.13 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in - :it crest and tuxes paid-. and trust 32,274.8.1 21.016.99 Sui'idiis fund Undivided Profits . Less current expense Circulating notn. ouIi-.-aiidimr . Net amount due to national bank ....... ,,i ,i,i,. t, luinhg. linnM-nt companies in the United States and ror- eign countries . Cashier's cheeks .in own bank outstam mg-.-- fl Total of items 28, 29. 80. 31. and .12 - 140,8rU..J Demand depoiitt (other than bunk dcpo.HO sub- ject to reierve. Individual dennHs wibl'-t to check Total of demand deposits c---r.--":"--"" 7M'704 HH Certificates of deposit (other thun for money borrowed) Time depoiltt subject to reeri Postal savings deposits 0uroffe U4'763 16 Bill! payable, other fan with Federal Reserve Bank (including all obligations .representing ir borrowed otner man $100,000.00 25,000.00 money borrowed 11,257.80 60,800.00 73,451.38 9,898.23 57,600.62 703,764.88 112,918.45 484.43 81,350.28 60,000.00 $1,246,432.13 197,906.66 18.359.19 216,266.85 TOTAL Liabilities for rediscount, with Federal Reserve LlabiK foVridfsciunts oVthii wi'tnFideral Reserve Bank ---------j" Total contingent liabilities - ..J .hnwn above, the amount on which i id discount we. chargodU;rTate. in excess of those permitted by nterest and discount waa cnaiv a which total charge not law (Sec. 6197 Rev . Stat.) (exc o to exceed ow b NONE. that Ihee Sment i. true to thbest ofmy ta. rnm,,t Attest: G. P. KUYKENDALL, OVERSTREET, ,A w , ftta 22nd day of November; 1920, Subscribed and .worn to before jJqn NoUry rubflo My commission expires May H, 1021' do solemnly swear knowledge and belief. Cashier. C. A.' SCHEU1UCU. ,H. Y, pm wwinniifiin aiiei. in. mini .- '-'. -' if L CVOTJtiXMl CUSTOM SEP'. 'ICE WITHOUT THE ANNOYANCE OP A TRY-ON' READY-TO-PUT-ON SAILOR ED AT FASHION PARK AL WA YS PRICED TO WARRANT VALUE I .. ,-.. I I . V- - -t i . - CERTAINTY THE PRESENT PERIOD IS ONE IN WHICH THE INTELLIGENT AND RE- SOURCEFUL TYPE OF MAN MAKES CERTAIN THAT THE CLOTHES HE PUR CHASES WILL SER FE PERFEC TLYi PE RFE C T CLOTHES SERVICE HAS, BEEN SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOPED BY OUR TAI LORS AT FASHION PARK, EZ3 i