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THE CL0VI3 NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1920.
Dr W. II. Lancaster PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ClovU, New Mexico t Office Suite 8, Barry Building Tolophono 422 THOMAS W. JONES Veterinarian. 200 Went Otero Street. Pnone 45. ClorU, N. M, Dr J. B. Westerfield Physician and Surgeon. Office over First National Bank Office Phone 231. Residence 2j ? DR. C. 0. WARRLNER CHIROPRACTOR 113 South Main St. PHONE 101 DR. H. R. GIBSON OSTEOPATH Treati all diseases, both acute and chronic. Office In New Tile building on corner north of Fire Station and east of Lyceum theatre. Office phono 38.!. Rosldeuee 300. Clovis, New Mexico. . ' DR. L. M. BIGGS Veterinary Surgeon Phone 831 ClovU, Now Mexico WALTER W. MAYES ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice In All Court ClovU, N. M. t4f 4 44t DR. T. E. PRESLEY Eye, Ear, Not and Throat, of Roswell, N. M., will be In Clo- via the Cth of each month. DR. C. L. McCLELLAND Physician and Surgeon Offiie over Dcnhtf Jew. Cc. Residence, 914 N. Main St. CLOVIS, N. M. t ELECTRIC FLOOR SURFACE CO. New and old floors surfaced and finished. Makes your floors easy to keep clean. Call Gam- mell, phone 334. The surplus female population the world has risen from abou 6,000,000 to 15,000,000 since the be ginning of tho World War. After you eat always take ATONIC (Tor yocr acid-stomaciTj Instantly relieves Heartburn, Bloat dGauy Foaling. Stops food souring, repeating, and all stomach miseries. Aim dig Mtioa and appetite. Kpi atnroach awtatund atrong. increawi Viulily end I'ep. KATONICiihabt remedy. Tenn of thou Midi underfullir bonal.Ufl. Onlymjlun cont or twoa day to iwe it. Pmltlveli' auatante.4 to planae or we will refund owauy. Jt a bi tl'lJO VT, a. SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO., ClovU. N. M. I Help Settle i The Dust... :: With a good drink at out fountain. I Clean and Sanitary Ask your friends. Let'sGo To MURRAY'S Confectionery Slaogbtor Murray, Proprietor. SNAPSHOTS 4 (Dallas News) ' It has just about gotten so in this country that if the cook doesn't put on a lot of atyle people will think she's as poor as her mistress. As a general thing, no matter which girl an old bachelor marries, he will come to believe he waa too hasty. Personally, we admire pink, but a girl with too much rogue may leave the impression that she is blushing at the way she's dressed. Furthermore, we have never joined any organization whose promoter had to wear a plug hat in putting it over. If the entire truth could be dis covered it might be found that Eve told Adam the forbidden fruit had a kick in it. Tillio Clinger says the reason she's got to leave her present boarding house is because the landlady's daugh ter aspires to the operatic st&ge and has reached the ear-splitting stage. REAL OIL IS BALED FROM ARTESIA WELL The Kansas-New Mex well waa bal ed yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock and aa many aa 200 local business men were on hand to ace the big work go on. The) well is down to a dopth of 618 feet and while r.o one claims that it is an oil well, export who have examined tho well and those who saw the real crude oil taken from the wcl yesterday are convinced that the well hes every "landmark" of a real producer. No accurate account was takon of tho amount of oil taken from the well yesterday, but conservative estimates place the amount at a bnrrel. The first few times the baler brought up only water and ht:r tho pure oil was encountered and a barrel was filled, the rest being allowed to run away on tho ground. Thoco who went from here aro well pleaset' with tho oil prospects in the lower vallsy and came home most optimistic over the outlook. The Illinois well No. 1 will be shot next week. At east this is according to the latest advices received in this city. This will be very important in the oil history of the Pecos valley and much will depend on the result of this shot. No definite announcement aa to when the well will be shot has been made here yet. Arteaia and Lake Arthur arc very active these days and both town arc filled with strangers, among them be ing some Of the big oil men from the mid-continent field. Roswell Record. In 1858 he became a candidate for the Vice-Presidency and waa again defeated. In 1858 he was defeated by Douglass. One failure after another had failures great setbacks. In the face of all this he eventually became one of the country's greatest men, if not the greatest. When you think of a series of set backs like this, doesn't it make you feel kind of small to becomo dis counted, just because you think you aro having a hard time in life? Praetorian Guard. NOTICE OF SUIT State of Now Mexico to Charlie B. Doylo and Emma Doyle, his wife, and all unknown claimants: You are notified that Edward Fahs holtz has begun a suit against you in the District Court of Curry County, New Mexico, in cause No. 1085, and that the general objocta of said action are to quiet titlo to Lota 1, 2, 3, and 4 in Section 8, in Township 5 North of Rango 37 Fast. Curry Countv. New Mexico and to bar you from claiming any title therein, and that unless you plccd in said cause on or .before the 31st d?y of December, 1920, judg ment by default will bo taken against you; that the attorney for plaintif is A. W. Hockenhull of Clovis, N. M. Witr.rss my hand and seal of sold Court at Clovis, New Mexico, this 18th day of November, 1920. (SEAL) W. C. ZERWER. ll-18-4te Clerk. W. I. MILES SECOND-HAND STORE Moved to Old Home Bakery, one door west of Cotter Hotel. We buy and sell second-hand furniture. Al so we sell new Singer, sewing1 ma chines. Trade and take In old ma chines on new ones, Call and see us. NOTICE OF SUIT Stato of New Mexico to Elizabeth McCarson and all unknown claimants: You arc notified that Orville E. Pattison haa begun a suit against you in tho District Court of Curry County, New Mexico, in cause No. 1C86 and that the general objects of said action are to quite title to: The SE Quarter of tho SW Qunr ter; the SW Quarter of the SE Quar ter of Section Four; the NW Quarter of the NE Quarter of Section Nine, all in Township Four North, Range Thirty-six East, N. M. P. M., Curry County, New Mexico, and to bar you from claiming any title therein, and that unless you plead in said cause on or before the 31st day of December, 1920, judg ment by default will be taken against you; that the attorney for plaintiff is A. W. Hockenhull of Clovis, New Mexico. Witness my hand and seal of said Court at Clovis, New Mexico, this 18th day of November, 1920. (SEAL) W. C. ZERWER, ll-18-4tc Clerk. By tho law of avcrago it is impos sible for all the refreshments served ct social functions to be "delicious." Some of them must bo punk. ARE YOU DISCOURAGED? REMEMBER THIS When Abraham Lincoln was a young man ho ran for the legislature in Illinois, and was badly swamped. He next entered business, failed and spent seventeen years of his life paying up the debts of a worthless partner. He was in love with a beautiful young woman to whom he became engaged then she died. Later he married a woman who was a constant burden to him. Entering politics again, he ran for Congress and was again badly defeated. He then tried to get an appoint ment to the United States Land Of fice, bat failed. He became a candidate for the United States Senate, and waa badly defeated. Real Service! We are now feeding more people than at any time we have been in the restaurant business in Clovii. There is a reason for this. We are giving our patrons the very best pos sible service and plenty of good things to eat , OPEN ALL NIGHT We have adopted new pol icy of keeping our restaurant open -11 night, This will give the wheat haulers a chance to get something to eat no matter how late they are in getting in at night or how early they want to get out in the morning. 0gg& Boss Cafe Open All Night r When The Day Is Over When the household cares and tlio worries of everyday lifo have drnpircd you dowt mndo you u:. happy, and thorn in noth ing in lifo but headache, backache and worry, turn to tho rin!it prescription, ono gotten up by Dr. Pierce fifty years aiy. Everything growing out of tho ground seems intended for eomo uso in establish ing natural condition!. Dr. Pierce, of buffalo, N. Y., long since found out what Li naturally best for women's disease. Ho teamed it nil through treating thou sands of cases. The result of his studies was a mcdiuino called Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription. This mcdieino is mado jf vcgetablo growths that nature, surely intended for backacho, headache, weak ening, bearing-down pains, irregularities, pelvic inflammations, and for tho many disorders common to women in all agce of life. Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription la mode of lady's slipper root, bluck cohosh root, unicorn root, blue cohosh root and Oregon grape root. Dr. Piorce knew, when he Qrst made this standard mcdi eino, that whiskey and Aiorphine aro in jurious, and so ho baa always kept them out of bis remedies. Women who take this standard remedy know that in Dr. Pieree'a Favorite Prescription they am getting a eafo woman's tonio so good the druggisU eve aw here adl It, In liquid r tablet (em). "TP's! 1 W 31 prason TRADE MARK I Farm Tractor A Fordson on your farm means quicker work bettor work easier work. You ean do more work in a day with the Fordson, and it is easier for you. (let more money from the farm as well. The Fordson is a product of the genius of Henry Ford. lie was bora on a farm, and he now lives on a farm, cultivating more than 7.000 acres every year, lie knows the Tarm problems and he built the Fordson to help solve these problems in .the easiest way; in a money-making way. Henry Ford and Son build one type of tractor. They have built this one tractor and have built it well. The Fordson haa more power per pound weight than any other tractor manufactured. It is a universal utility for the farm. Like the Ford car, its uses are many, and it is your servant during the entire year. Only a limited number of Fordson tractors are allotted this territory, and the demand is greater than the supply. Orders are being filled in rotation. Order yours now. 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It is also important to sec that the tone is modified before it reaches the amplifier or horn, for, after the tone has been ampli fied (or increased in volume), it can be modified only at the ex pense of tone quality. jmmmmmrmmirw. nail llJpnmwl'lirii a "mi an iimimwi, f .f in ii i -i ill ,a--"T !lt -1 lir Tr'W jjaJiii Is The Inatrument You Will Eventually Buy Nunn Electric Co. OF CLOVIS 0