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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
PERSONAL S. A. Jonc-9 malo a business trip to Amarillo this week. STOVES! STOVES! STOVES! Large and Small, Cheap and Good. G. W. Singleton iR building a new reaidence on West Grand Ave. Harness and Harness supplies. Miss Zelma Stephens spent Sunday with friends in Hereford. A. B. Clark left Saturday for an extended vacation in California. The excavation for the bnRement of the new Muthodist church is almost finished. AMARILLO TRIBUNE Special clubbing rate of only $6.60 for the Daily Tribune and the Clovis News foT a short time only 11-25-tfc George Harshaw and Glenn Sul livan returned Tuesday from a short trip to Amarillo. Take out a Western Electric Wash, cr and Vacuum Cleaner on trial. Mrs Effie Wismiller of Wichita Falls, Texas, spent several days in Clovis this week. We now have all the latest Q. R. S. player piano rolls. Get yours now, Nunn Electric Co. 10-28-tfc Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Love of Ama rillo spent several days in Clovis the latter part of last week. Mr. R. A. Yost left Friday for a short business trip to Los Angeles and San Francisco. J. H. Decker, of Oklahoma City, formerly proprietor of the Motor Inn Garage of this city, made a short business trip to Clovis last week. Miss Murray of Brownwood, Texas, 1 visiting her sister, Mrs. Ambrose Ivy. nr.1 J Come to Our Store for Gift Ideas for Christmas Shopping I. In our stock you will find presents for each I member of the family. I SHOP EARLY! Christmas will soon be here and you want to be prepared. i Roberts-Dearborne Hardware Co. i! CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO Ai.AAAAAAAAXAliJ.i,AAli.AAJ.Ai.i MENTION John 0. Howard made trip to Amarillo Tuesday . business High price second hand piano for sale cheap. Croft Music Co. 10-7-tfc Miss Zelma Stephens has accepted a position with the Optical Shop. Save 20r'P on tires and tubes. Clo vis Filling Station. ltc P. B. Hartley of Hollene was a Clovis visitor Tuesday. Sheriff S. D. Dean is spending two weeks visiting in Texas and Oklahoma. W. H. Doughton made a business trip to Yeso Wednesday. Hnnd-made articles of every de scription will be on sale on December 15th by the Methodist ladies 2tc Mr. Sam Small has accepted a tem porary position in the local Santa l offices. AMARILLO TRIBUNE Special clubbing rate of only $0.60 for the Daily Tribune and the Clovis News for a short time only 11-25-tfc Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baker and family have recently moved to Clovis from Hamburg, Ark. Mr. Baker is a cousin to H. E. Baker of this place. I treat all diseases and disorders of women and attend confinement cases. Dr. H. R. Gibson. 10-30-tfc Bert McCullough left last Thurs day for Evansville, Ind., to spend Thanksgiving with homefolk. Electric Lights, Lamps and Elec tric supplies. John D. Brown will move next week to his new home in the Lcibelt addition. Special Clubbing Offer The Am arillo Daily Tribune and the Clovis News, both for one year for J6.R0. Leave your subscription at the News Of ice 11-25-tfc ii' . Y!r PERCOLATORS STOVES AND RANGES ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES POCKET KNIVES GUNS AND PISTOLS HUNDREDS OF OTHER GIFTS a . - . ................. G. M. Hockenhull and A. W. Hock enhull left Tuesday for Claremore, Okla., to spend Thanksgiving with their trother. We now have all the latest Q. R. S. player piano rolls. Get yours now. Nunn Electric Co. 10-28-tfc Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Greenleaf re turned Friduy from a visit with friends in Kansas City and other points. ' Genuine . Round Oak Ranges and Heaters. Rev. G. E. Kennedy returned Mon day from Albuquerque where he at tended a meeting of the Baptist State Mission Board. SHORTHAND LESSONS Will give private lessons in shorthand to a few pupils. Lesons to be given in the evening at my nomu. 215 North Rencher. Miss Nellye Cook. 10-21-tfc Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Rylo, who l.ira nn-tl. - Xf .1.. ..... -'- . I ""J uvitu ui mi-uuni;, win ill liuviu ne first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ryle are planning to move to Clovis. Special Clubbing Offer The Am. arillo Daily Tribune and the Clovis News, both for one year for $8.50 Leave your subscription at the News Of ice 11-25-tfc C. L. Pritchard returned this week from Santa Fe where he has been taking the consistery degrees. Mr. Pritchard was made vice-president of the consistery class. Mrs. Joe Wilkinson and son and Miss Wilkinson left the first of the week for Canyon, Texas, to spend Thanksgiving at that place. Mr. Wil kinson joined them there Wednes day evening. T. L. Helm and Tom Yelverton will leave this week for a prospecting trio to points in Old Mexico. They will make the trip by auto and contem plate locating permanently some where in the republic. W. H. Duckworth spent a few days in Albuquerque the first of the week attending a meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy. Mr. Duckworth stopped off there enroutc homo from Snnta Fe where he attended the con sistery meeting. Give Music This Christmas Give your family a Columbia Grafonola with Columbia Rec ords this Christmas. Then all through the year you all can enjoy the famous exclusive Columbia artists. Call and let us demonstrate the GvxlonaWtexcusiveNon Set Automatic Stop. Nothing to move or set or measure. Never stops before it should. Always stops atthe very end. This is the gift that's al- promptly only. Stove Pipe, Coal Hods, Stove Boards and all stove trimmings. , Phone 72. Prompt Delivery 1 Local Santa Fe agent, W. H. Bow man left last Saturday morning for a business trip to Oklahoma. Before returning home he will visit at Wich ita, Kansas. Miss Louise Walton and Mrs. W. W. Atwood and son, J. B., and daugh ter, Virginia, left last week for Tulia where they will spend a week visiting at the home of Mrs. Atwood's par ents. Millions for a New Stomach O110 of tin) iic.iti'it American r;'.ilin aires siii'i to lis ph,vs: i:m, "A i.-il'Vi duliara, I f 1 1 tin-, (quit i'iisIi 11111I 11 ';i 11. bling, tor n new stomach," ! i'ic. the sick nut 1 1 icnimicil ami turn n iv. All hia wealth could not mnku him happy nr contented, for happiness large ly dnpends upon digestion. AVitlinut health where does InippiiiiuM como int After all tho stomach piny a great part in cvoryduy life. Without a healthy stomach and good digcittinn our blood Is thin, wutury and poor, our heart action Is weak, our liver does not do Its duty, and man Is miserable and unhappy. Prevent diiteuiie by putting the house !n order and strengthening the system against the germs of disease. Dr. Pierre, of tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., years sgo understood diseases and their prevention, and bo discovered certain roots and herbs which were nature's remedies, and succeeded In putting them op in a form that could be easily pro cured at the drug store (liquid or tablets). This he called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diwovcry. This Pis covory gives no false stimulation be cause It contains 110 alcohol or any nar cotic. It helps digestion and the as similation of such elements In the food as are required fur the blnod. It give to the blood the fond olnmnnta the tis sues rerpiiro. For over fifty years It has enjoyed tho eonfldancs of ' 'he Amoricitn public. Try it oowl Sold on Easy Payments SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO. CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO LEST YOU FORGET-Wp fill prescript inns and correctly. Registered An Officer and a Gentleman. Moving failed twice to pass the men tal tests for entrance to tlie nnvnl ncnileiiiy, a youth who was permitted to lake the examination n third lime, procured another youth who lind al ready passed, to undergo the culmina tion In .tmip. The snhstllnto was (lis covered nnil tho appointments of both canceled. The names of the offenders were not made public. Hie first onndldnte failed In both the February and April examinations, and In June persuaded a candidate who had passed In April to tuko the examination under the former's name before the civil service board In Balti more. The papers fell into the bands of oxnmlnent at the nnvnl academy, who had gone over the papers which the second candidate had submitted for himself. A careful comparison In dicated that they hod been written by the same person, and both youths con fessed. Annapolis correspondent New York Sun. Misunderstood. A New York lawyer whose rent proti ti'ilj outweighed lil- learulie- wii er :li ;i.'.: : enxe In ll Ineiil i-.ii r . v liir'i f..;. t 1' ' el' J polioses III I'll lint I e I'leil .1. J!.v eiiiiienlliPii, jour liimors," lie mild In accents Unit betrayed bis nice, "Iks dnt 1I11 lower court mailt error because de verdict Ins UKiiliiHt develglit of do evidence." "We can't bear that,'' snlil the court, meaning that It wns not a proper as signment of error. "Veil, now," said the lawyer, who entirely missed the point, "If your hon ors vlll llssen I vlll speak a llddle louder." Old and Young President. The honor of the presidency cam to William Henry Harrison later In life than to any other Incumbent of ofllce, Mr. Harrison being sixty-eight years of ago when Inaugurated in 1841. When Theodore Roosevelt suc ceeded President McKlnley In 11)01, he was but forty-two years of age, being younger than any other president of the United States at the time of at taining the ofllce. A Slow Voyage to tha 8a. A block of wood wns cast Into the YnllowHtono river 11 years ago by citizen of Olendlve, Mont It Is slow ly drifting to the sea. The Inscription made upon It by the rann who started It lins been added to by two other persons, who picked It up and started It again on Its way. It was lust soeo at Washburn, N. D. . 'in pharmacists Hwj'h l'mpries of Amarillo attend I District Court hero this week. C. L. Re,.- of portales attended district court Insiu Monday and Tues duy. Cash Ramey left Tuesday morning for Mineral Wells, Texas, where be expect to stay for about two week. not forget the" Christma. ! by the Waman's Guild, Saturday, De cember 4th at the Little Smart Shop. The . Wonaniculid will meet with Mrs. Ralph Murtin Wednesday after noon, December 1st at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. D, A. Wis of California i hero for a visit at the homo of her 'louKhter, Mr. W. H. Doughton. A number of Shriners from Qovia nrc attendliiR the big Shrine celebra tion in Amarillo this week , " '' returned the first of ."' ' ',J.f,","s''"lKewherehoha -' ' '"king the Consistery degree. " i 11 .,i f. . . . .... ,.. 0y MtXilkm and '.v. Hl1,nc u.,,)f Anu,ri, are visiU "ig friends here this week. Mis, Mary LilbTu,,,,, rcturn(H, hKw,.kfromMi(InmliToxa "he has been attending school. J. E. Adams showed the New man Tuesday some ripe strawberries that ma?0" ab0Ut fu 'or Christ of the Methodist Church will have on cr, brother, ,ster, aweetheart. 2tc CiJH' J0r?' Mcrctary nd Bert Curless, president of the Chamber of ,. ""onaca the meeting of the route organisation of the 0rlt trails, which u.. 1... 1. 1 l . - .. t.-. l, ' m wompnif, Texas, this week. News Classified Ads get result. ReguUr Communication. A.F.UM, Neat Tueid.y Night P. A. La Shier, Secretary