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THE CL0V1S NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB CORNER Three Texas boys make up the tcnm that gow to the Royal Stock ?hnw in England next July. There were foi'-toon stales in the contest and a great deal of interest wag evi denced in the contest. Next year an effort will bo made to have every state in the union represented with possibly a team or two from Canada. 4 One teacher who served hot lunches nil last winter states with conviction that the afternoon deportment was 100r'r since she began the practice. One child acted ns hostess while an- ITSBSS Thrilling Smashing Verile Bulging with emotion, packed with tense moments--daringly sensational. I fum iii-nn rm n n i-Mi"ini' "'"""y TOM MIX DIRECTION W'lLL.iAM FOX. We Fox; presents The Daredevil of the World Whose horsemanship is excelled by none TE5D JUIUA IN ..lie Te xan One of the fastest moving plays in which this popular star has appeared. Stunts Sensational Horsemanship Tense Dramatic Situations Punctuated through with Comedy You'll be thrilled You'll like it TWO REEL SUNSHINE COMEDY 'A WAITER'S WASTED LIFE A comedy in every sense of the word one that would excite the risibilties of the Sphinx or an Indian cigar sign. MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON AT THE Saturday Night otthcr served and the teacher was table mentor. The opportunity to teach "manners" is one of its best arguments. As long as there are county fairs there will be flaws in judges but B. W. Emerson, county leader at Mt. Morris, N. Y., hus devised a plan whereby the judge can work much more fairly with club exhibits. Each livestock exhibit will have a large card on which the owner will show th; minimi's 'record of gain, etc., during the time the project has been cared for and the animals will be placed accordingly. The Club girls tit Runchvule did1 quite well with their "demonstration" ! ) Friday night at the pie supper. They 1 (g served cocoa and cleared about five j g dollars to put m their club treasury. I ; Mrs. J. D. Hopper and the county j leader visited Moye school Friday;) uftcrnoon and left the charters for () three standard clubs. j Curry County possesses a little land of Arcadia it is the smallest! community in the county, being only I c three and a half square miles. Al little spot where beautiful homes and ! () large barns and well-kept outbuild-' Jngs form a picture as pleasing a (0) any that can bo found in the Country Gentleman. When one thinks of Cur ry County as a raw county, wholly undeveloped, just "beginning," is is the most pleasant tort of surprise to drive Into a community where there is every evidence of permanency. In asking for an explanation of this intense community prid'i ex pressing Itself in homes, ono man said: "Well, when Mr. first built his I - i fik. HEADC Christmas ' LUARTERS Our Christmas stock will be open and on Display beginning December 1st. The largest stock of Christmas goods in Eastern New Mexico, consisting of toys of all de scription and kinds, toy automobiles and tricycles, Ivory and Cut Glass, Books, etc. home it seemed to start an epidemic. We just all naturally followed in his lead. And the barns? Oh, we always did feel tho need of plenty of barn and stock room. Then these last two years crops were good and there wasn't any real reason why we couldn't improve so that every farm in this little community has been im proved in some way or another." If that epidemic of improvement only spreads throughout the county 'S' the folks from bock east will think j when they come out for another visit thot a miracle hnsoccurred. I (g) i Is your kitchen arranged just asi's ccnvenicntly as you could possibly i wish? When you wait for the husband the next time you arc in town, try coun ter education. You will be surprised at what you can learn about your job in about ten minutes at a good hard ware or notion counter. I know one place where they have the dandiest paring knives for only twenty-five cents. There is notb'ng more waste ful or awkward than peeling pota toes with the heel of your butcher knife. Then just notice the many kinds of convenient spoons and forks and the little "sudser" for small pieces of soap to use in your dish water. A woman could spend very little money on some of that equip ment that would mean a very great deal of drudgery removed. Howard La Duke of Locust Grove has set aside his entire plot of Union County White Corn and is selecting his seed for next year. The Quay County stock judging team leaves this week for Chicago to be in attendance at the International l' Shopping B City Brag C mpauay m NOVEMBER 27th CLOVIS, N. M. i which opens Saturday tho 27th. Mr. C. C. Head, their county leader, ac companies the boys. The club m-dals for the district winners came in this week and are certainly something of which any boy or girl can be very proud. FAIRFIELD SCHOOL NOTES Tho Fairfield consolidated school has made a record for attendance during the month ending November 19th. Following is the honor roll for attendance: Primer J. D. Harding, Viola, Thatcher, Rex Williams, Pearl Cur tis. First Grade Jcssio Burnett Second Grade Hazel Moore, War ren Curtis, Lewis Thatcher. Third Grade Annita Waller, Wil liam Boone, Earl Bates, Hazel Thatcher. Fourth Grade Marvin Moore, Fifth Grade Vada Moore, Minnie Burnett, Alda White, Bessie Run nels. Sixth Grade Crite Hunt, Hermon Moore, Randol White. Seventh Grade Irene Waller, Kathleen Runnels, John Boone, Gladys Bates. Eighth Grade-r-Lillie Fields, King Runnels. First Year High School Jefferson Boone. Second Year High School Octa Clark, Raymond Boone, Georgo Mobs. STOP on your way home for bread, pies, cakes, and Parker House rolls at Reed's Electric Bakery. He CARD OF THANKS t wish to thank the people of CIo vis, and especially the ladies who so kindly gave the floral offerings at the burial of my son who died in the service of our government, overseas. Mrs Sallle Hamilton. STOP on your way home for bread, pies, cakes, and Parker House rolls at Reed's Electric Bakery. lt 100 FULL BLOOD Rhode Island hena for sale at $1.00 each. J. T. Reed, East Washington and Oak Streets lte FOR SALE on easy terms, B-roora modern house, peblcdashed, garage, few shado and fruit trees. 708 North Connelly. Like to hove two boarders. T. A. Bell. ll-25-4tp. Tho one way to meet the cold snaps is to put the snap into buslnoss. mat Is Rt? TuE makers of Eagle Sliirts have special methods of insuring that easy hug of the shoulder line, the perfect set of the neckband, the generous drape of the body. Such scien tific fit is the result of over fifty years of manufacturing experience. An EAGLE Shirt fits as you've always wanted a shirt to fit. J7y. t ". .7r.j Kendall Dry Goods Co. Army Blankets, Clothing Tents, Etc. New Wool Oliv Drab Officer's Blanket $6.05 Now Wool Gray Officer's Blanket $8.45 Re-iiiue Olive Drab Officer's Blanket $8,95 Ro-Uiue Gray Officer's Blank! ...$8.45 Refutation Wool Overcoats, marching Ungth, ilightly uted, $10.80 New Regulation O. D. Shirts $5.75 Khaki Pants, Laca, Regulation, slightly used $1.50 Canvaa leggings, Curr, naw . ... . .........$1.25 Wrap Leggings, New, O. i) $'.S0 Wrap Leggings, slightly used ....$1.25 Officer's Leather Lagging!, Naw Strap or Spring Front. ...$8.00 Naw Army Officer's Draas Shoes, Goodyear Welt .....$8.00 Naw Munaon Lait, Army Refutation Ruuatt Shoe. ..$6.80 Naw Olira Drab Mackinaw! $10.00 Wool Socks, branb new, light or heavy ... ,75 Th above sent by prepaid insured parcel pott. .Wo alto carry a complete line oif tenia, wagon covers, coti, ate. Writ for com plat price list. ' Satisfaction guaranteed or money rafundad upon .ratura of goods. Mafl ordars given special attention. Send chock with order. Army Equipment Company 223 Nerth Sid Sonar, Wato, Taaas, Pkooa USS