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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
Owed to a Pumpkin Pie. A pumpkin pi ) a luacloua thing- Twould tickle tjcullui' pultun. What bard would not of lla cellne sing? And who wouldn't glv It a ballot? It ll iuccultnt gold and aunahln "mixed" A dlh for tha god when properly "fixed" . i.'.jt, L 1 fl : r,,i)-i ' 'i... I CI ':m:A At Christmas Time Solve your gift problems with photographs. One dozen portraits will make twelve cherished gifts that YOUR FRIENDS CAN NOT BUY. Make the appointment to day before the final rush. IX' ". ' j I l- VI 111 up"-'" '"onaff- J2 ji i i ; 1: t n ki'j '(j 1. liii l - 'few l Stylo in n The KIDDIES, too, will enjoy this Christmas Gift Surprise and delight the whole family this Christmas. Give the pft that gives what everyone loves the gift of pure music the EASY TERMS Matt EASY TERMS PHONOGRAPH "THE DIFFERENCE 18 IN TIIE TONE" Throughout the year and the years to come, Starr-made melody will brighten the home. It is all artists all instruments. The Starr Singing; Throat of Silver Grain Spruce makes all records sweeter, purer. Hearing is believing. You can't know the wondevful churm of music reproduced till you hear the SUnr. Plays all records better, but is best playing Gen nett Rjcords. You are invited to a concert at any time. LATE RECORDS "Oh, By Jingo." "Hold Me," 'Pretty Kitty Kel ly," "Whispering," "Avalon" "Cuban Moon," "Rose of Spain." Groft Music Go. Phone MS EVERYTHING MUSICAL 119 Eaet Monro At. PROGRESS CLUB Mrs. Manson and Mrs. Muatcrson were hostesses to the Progress Club Tuesday afternoon November 23rd, at the home of Mrs. Manson. Roll call was answered with quo tations from Shakespeare. The study of "As You Like It" was continued With lively interest. Mrs. Johnson sang a beautiful little ong taken from "As You Liko It" vhich was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Delicious refreshments were served. The club will meet with Mm. Pat ton December 9th. f The dead sea will be a solid mass of coarse and dirty salt within the next five hundred years, according to an eminent geologist, who has been mak ing a study of that peculiar body of water. Your Favorite Weekly Paper And The Amarillo Daily TRIBUNE TODAY'S NEWS TODAY (Seven Days a Week) .Uoth one year for the price of Oue Only A wedge of It, pleaie, and I'll ipllt my j face! I Now hand m another I'll run you race! Hata off to the pumpkin plel A yellow globe In a field or malie, Some milk from the cowe ihut low O; j An egg or two that the apeikled hen lay. I And inow-whlte flour for the dough u; A pinch of thla and a trine of thai Tou never can tell what the cook la at I wleh th t I knew how the trlrk la dona; j 1 don't-but t know that under the aun There'! naught boats a pumpliln plel I'm glad that I live In the world to th wett Don't tell me of Oreec and Ita glory; 1 want none of Arcarty, Ialea of the Bleat, And oUier apota fainoua In atoryl Th fruit of the South and th fruit of th aat Could never, no, never, produce ueh a feaat Aa that which w eat 'neath Ohio aklea When th pumpkin I yellow and right for plea Our glorlou pumpkin plel -Clcviland Plalndealer. CELEBRATION KNOWN TO ALL $6.50 Just bear in mind that these two papers arc Panhandle institutions and stand for every thing that is for the upbuilding of the Pan handle. Send or bring your subscription to The Clovis News Every Nation and Rac Has Had 8omt Form of Thanksgiving for a Bountiful Harvest Thanksgiving day Is made up from parts of celebrations of that day by other peoples. The time Is taken from one, the fenut from another, and the gathering together of the people from still another. Long before the white rare enme to this country tho Indians lield a festal dny during this season of the year. They lind a great feast of roasted deer and hear, boiled corn and stewed pumpkin, and the women and the warriors partook of It on -equality. The feaitt was kept up fur Into the night, and was followed by a dunce of the braves, keeping time to the gone sung by the dusky mulds of the forests. Thanksgiving alio owes something to the religious rites of ancient na Hons. The oldest of these Is the Jew ish feast of the tabernacles, with Its mngnllkent festivities. Tho festival occurred annually, at the end of the harvest season, and continued for eight dnys. Sometimes It was held as early as the 2.1th of September, but never Inter than the 20ih of October. It was the feast of the "Ingathering" of the harvest of all the fruits, the corn, the wine, and the oil. The labors of the Held were then over for the year, and the feast was an occasion of Joy ousnos' and gladness to the people. At this season the nation assembled In Jerusalem, where they lived In booths for seven days. Impressive ceretuonles and processions took place each day, and at night the court of the temple was Illuminated by lamps and flam beaux. At the end of seven days' joy the booths were dismantled and the people celebrated an eighth day of solemn rest. The glory of ithe great Hebrew fes tival has long since passed away, but the fundamental principle that every one should rejoice In the fruits of the harvest, together with the whole peo ple of the Innd "before the Lord" has entered Into the harvest observ ances of Christian lands. HARD LUCK l1.24fVJi 15I Lonely (a South African Bachelor) It's pretty rough at tills glad Thank giving season, when happy families art going to gather around their festive boards, that I've got to sneak away and dine at the club alone. Life's Harvest. Smooth eiue, and joyoua waya, and paaturrs green, Rich wcutlh of aunahln and a dearth of rain; ' Nay, heart! must bear th thrust of plowahnr keen, Th hurt of harrow and th blind. Ing rain, E'er lit can gamer m th golden grain. -Jean biwa THE ROBINSON ART SHOP "Tha l'hofoumpla-r in Your 7W;,' 119 East Monroe Avenue Phone 145 CLASSIFIED : A D S : RATE le Per Word Ter Issue WILL SELL or trade for Clovis real estate or vicinity, my 4 of one acre of 78 acres royalty in six wells in Breckcnridge oil field. Also 4-room house and lot 60x130. Price for both $4,000. Royalty alone worth it. This is not STOCK. For full in formation address C. W. X., Box 004 Breckenridge, Texas. ll-5-4tp Practically new Dodge Sedan for sale cheap. C. W. Harrison. FOR SALE Steam thresher In good running order, cheap. See D .E. Garrison, 119 N. Lane. ll-S-4tp FOR SALE OR TRADE 160 acres 6 miles of town, no Improvements. Will trade for good house and lot In Clovis. Inqiure at News Office. 18-4tc FOR SALE Seven passi nger Bulck, excellent condition. Dr. E. M. Chap man. ll-ll-4tc LOST A bunch of keys. Will give tho finder liberal reward for their return to my office. E. L. Mc Cnuley. 11-11-tfc WRITE to Capitol Dome Oil Com pnny, Lewiatown, Montana, if in terested in a meritorious proposi tion. 11-11 Rtc WANTED To mnke your dark floors liuht and ensy to keep clean. New and old floors surfaced and finished The Flectric Floor Surface Company. Call Gammell, phone 334. ll-5-4tp FOR SALE 405 acres of good wheat lnnd located about eight miles northwest of Friona. Priced 25.00 ner acre. $3,500 cash and the balance 1 to o years at 67c Interest. If In the market for cheap farm land see us. M. A. Crum, Friona, Texas. ll-ll-3tp FOR SALE A registered, beautiful young Jersey bull. See John Hunt' uhrcv. 11-11-4U FOR SALE Fivo room modem house with earaee. located on two lot Will sell house furnished or unfur nished. Call at 820 North Rencher, P. O. Box 244. W. F. Faulk. U-ll4tp I DO FIRST CLASS ombroldoring, dress making and millinery. Mrs. L, Alvarez, Spanloh Millinery, SOS South Thornton St. ll-ll-4tp HIGH CLASS Stock Salesman who is anxious to make big money on good oil stock proposition. Said prop osition being one that will stand tne strictest Investigation, aa it is meri torious. Write Capitol Dome OU Co. 3314 REDUCTION on all under wear, also a big reduction on hos iery, see U. 11. BianKensnip, sales man for Winona Mills, Phone No. 243. ll-25-4tp WANTED Two furnished rooma for light house keeping by couple with out children. Mj E. P. Coyle, P. O. Box 71. ll-25-2tp FOR SALE Oakland Touring Car. Has only run about 4,000 miles, in good shape. Cash or good note. W. T. Jackman. ltc FOR SALE Billard hall in live coun ty seat town. 6 pool tables, 1 bil liard table, 2 automatic cigar cases, cue racks, balls, etc. AH equipment In good shape. $000. Write T. P. Rucker, Ft. Sumner. N. M. ll-25-4tp FOR SALE neas. See Reid Sumner, N. J ! Sint;le bugi I. J uggy and har- Reid. 120 North U-2.r.-2tp LOST South Bend watch, 15 jewel, 2Q-year gold case, open face, size 12. $5.00 reward, leave at News of fice, ltc FOR SALE, BARGAINS, EASY TERMS 12 room Rooming House, pebble- dashed, water and lights, $4,600. 4-room pebbledashed house, water and lights hi house, $2,000. 7-room pebbledashed house, water and lights, 2 lots, $2,750. 6-room modern house, $4,750. Desirable lots in west, northwest, east and northeast parts of town. Easy terms. No cash payment if one. will build. J. S. FITZHUGH 110 N. Main Phones 44 and 13 FOR SALE Three dozen nice young hens. W. C. Tharp, 1 block south of Austin'a store. FOOTBALL IN THE WEST FOR SALE 4(15 acres good plains lnnd unimproved except fence. Price $25 per acre, $3,300 cash, bal ance one to eight yturs nt 6't. If in terested in buying fumi or ranch land write for our list. M. A. Crum, Friona, Texas. ll-25-3tp IF YOU PROPOSE building we can serve you well. Call and talk it over. Brown-inampeon construc tion Co., Room 26, Barry Bldg. 25tfc Christmas sr.lc of fancy articles at the Woman's Guild, at the Little Smart Shon, Saturday, December 4th. Shop early. ' ROOFING There is no time like the present to fix that old leaky roof. See Mr. Riblett with Brown-Thompson Construction Co. for all kinds of built-up roofing and repairing. Room 26 Barry Bldg., Clovis, N. M. 25tfc LET US FIGURE your sidewalk. Brick, tile and concrete work. Brown Thompson Construction Co., room 26 Barry Bldg., Clovis. N. !.'. 11-25-tfc LOST OR STRAYED From my place sixteen miles northwest of Clovis, one light red cow about six year! old, with several blotch brands and plain brand "20" on left kip. Will pny liberal reward for informa tion. Mrs. Docia Morris, Clovis, N. M. ' ltp Nows Clarified Ads get results. "When Ihe report came over from Wamego, Knns., Friday afternoon, that Wamego had fifty-five points and Alma none," says the Alma En terprise football editor. "It was al so rumored that Wamego had been using two footballs and had sent a man around each end. This proved to be a mistake and it turned out that a cyclone had struck the Alma line and they failed to get hold of even the tail of it ns it went by." The Kentucky Iron Works, black smithing and ge.ieral repair work. We make a specialty of re-boring cyl inders and lathe work. 6-6-tfe We have read an item to the effect that "few infants are being born in Russia." This is interesting In view of the fact that we do not know what other sort of people can be born there. The Newt Classified ads get results Regular Masting O CLOVIS COMMANDERY Will be held at Masonle Hall Second and Fourth Friday nights of each month, 4 at 8:00 O'clock. All Sir Knights residing in this jurisdiction are Invited. R. J. Neal, Recorder. ) Lcwiston. Montana. 11-11-Stc Try thtm phenv 97.