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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1920.
O. P. WALTERS TO CLOVIS. Mr. 0. P. Walters, manager of the Ruilwayg Ice and Coi Company at Woodward, has been transferred to Clovis, N. M, The manager of the company at Shuttuck will come to Woodward, and the manager at For gan goes to Shuttuck. All transfers are promotions and will be effective at once. The people of Woodward will miss Mr. and Mrs. Walters, who have been in all movements for a better Wood ward, both being active workers in tho Presbyterian church and Sunday school. Mr. Walters, as an active worker in the Chamber of Commerce, gave hi) time and money to help promote every enterprise that Woodward hat established. He served on many committeei appointed at the Monday noon lunches and did the work re quired. Woodward will lose two valuable citizens with the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Walters, but our loss vill be a gain for Clovto, where they Trill continue the good work they have so faithfully performed in our city and we know that in clovis will re- tide two good people who will say many kind words for our city. Woodward Democrat. Mr. Walters arrived in Clovis last week and has already tuken charge of the company's business at this place, m PAYS $50 FOR ONE GALLON OF WATER Plainview, Dec. 14. Fifty dollars a gallon is tho price paid for water by a man here recently. However, he did not know that he was buying Just plain water when he mado the pur chase. He was approached by a mr.n who offered to sell him "something to drink." When tho vendor was ask ed the prise, the answer was $50 a gallon. The transaction was made, tho purchaser paying the vendor his price for the liquid. Later when the purchaser sampled his purchase, he learned that he had bought plain, ar tesian water. CHURCH OF COD Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. every Lord's Day. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Chapel located at 621 North Wal lace Street A cordial invitation to all. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ENTERTAINED Mrs. Hsrve Campbell very delight fully entertained the Bcrcan Class of the Christian Sunday School Wednes day afternoon. A very Interesting and pleasant afternoon was spent in games and contests of various kinds. Delicious refreshments were served to Mesdames Bishop, Luiksrt, Kuy kendall, Johnson, Hartley, Howard, Collins, Shipley and Poston. The gueata were Mrs. Earl Cassel and Miss 'Minnie Rogers. NOTICE OF SUIT. To the Defendants, Drew Dunn, C. J. Wyatt, Walter Pettitte, C. H. Stag ner and Amos Killen: You, the above named defendant nd each of you, are horoby notified that suit has been filed and is now pending in the District Court of Cur ry County, New Mexico, wherein Jeff 8. Williams is plaintiff and you the aid Drew Dunn, C. J. Wyatt, Walter Pettitte, C. H. Stagner and Amcss Killen are defendants, that said suit is numbered 1601 on the Civil docket of said Court, and Patton ft Hatch, whose postoffice address is Clovis, New Mexico, are attorneys for the plaintiff. You aro further notified that the REMOVAL SALE GOING ON NOW MANDE ITT $ ss LmA tw' "The Store of Quality" REMOVAL SALE GOING ON NOW Make It a Good Old-Fashionod Christmas with Every Friend Remembered The greatest joy in giving comes with the knowledge that no one has been neglected and that your gifts are all that you want them to be. Our Christmas stocks cover such an extensive range of gift goods and prices are so much lower than for many seasons past, that everyone can feel privileged to buy freely this Christ masto think of every friend and give generously. ,IPifl&M BATH ROBES MUFFLERS HOUSE SLIPPERS BELTS CAPS SMOKING JACKETS OVERCOATS HATS GLOVES SHOES AT REMOVAL PRICES Men's Suits Including Hart Schaff ner & Marx, Fashion Park and Clothcraft $70.00, $72.50 and $75.00 Mn's Suits Removal Sale Price $53.95 $65.00 and $69.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $47.65 $60.00 and $62.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $44.65 $52.50 and $57.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $38.95 $47.50 and $50.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $34.95 $42.50 and $45.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $31.45 $32.50 and $37.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $23.95 $27.50 and $30.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $19.85 Men's Underwear Union Suits $7.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $5.79 $6.50 .Values, Rmoval Sale Price $4.93 $5.00 Value, Removal Sale Price $3.89 $4.50 Value, Removal Sale Price $2.98 $4.00 Value, Removal Sale Price $2.89 $3.50 Value, Removal Sale Price $2.64 $3.00 Value, Removal Sale Price $2.19 $2.50 Value, Removal Sale Price $1.98 Flannel Shirts $8.75 Values, Removal Sale Price $6.79 $7.50 Regulation Army Shirt, Removal Sale $5.89 $6.50 Value, Removal Sale Price. $5.19 $5.00 and $5.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $3.98 $4.00 and $4.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $3.29 Men's Ties $5.00 Values, Removal Sale Price " $3.69 $4.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $3.19 $3.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $2.79 $3.00 Values, Rmoval Sale Price $2.27 $2.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $1.89 $2.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $1.59 1 lot of four-in-hands at 69c Silk Shirts $12.50 to $18.50 Values, Removal Sale Price. $ 8.45 $9.00 to $10.50 Values, Removal Sale Price.. $6.45 $7.75 to $8.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $5.65 $4.50 Madras Shirts, Removal Sale Price $3.39 $4.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $2.89 $3.50 Values, Removal Sale Price $2.49 $3.00 Values, Removal Sale Price $1.98 Men's Overalls Best Grade at per pair $2.00 m , ' Men's Hose $1.25 Wilson Bros. Silk Hose, Removal Price. 98c $1.00 Wilson Bros. Silk Hose, Removal Price 79c 25 dozen black and brown cotton Hose 25c Value, Removal Sale Price 15c 85c Grey, Heavy Wool Hose, Removal Price 59c We Give S.&H. Trading Stamps Men's Caps One lot of Men's Caps at 98c All other Caps at 20 OFF Men's and Boys' Mackinaws 20 Off 1 general object of aaid suit are as follows: to obtain Judgment on six notes executed by Drew Dunn and C. J. Wyatt to the plaintiff in the total City Financial Statement Statement of tho Finnnciul Condition of the City of Clovis. New Mexico, at the Closo ol Business October 81, 1920. r.nnornl Fund Ol) $14,167.70 Water and Light Fund.... $9,029.87 Interest fund e f "-"J Sinking Fund 6,428.69 B.l. in hand, of Tre.surer Warrants outstanding Bills Payable ... Cash on Hand $ Cash In Bank.....- JJJ." Cash In hands of Treasu'r 1,946.89 Total outaUndlng Indebted ness not covered by funds 26,442.62 1,946.89 $16,104.69 122,000.00 6,762.00 $28,752.00 $28,752.00 The above statement does not Include water meter, bought and not paid for - m it U my under standing that these were Intended to be paid for out of the water bond Issue. Neither does It In elude purchase price of condenser as same has not been placed In working- condition and as per terms of purchase would not be chargeable until work ing satisfactorily. . , The above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge -"GADER, City Clerk. sum of $1,200, $136.63 accruod interest to April 28, 1920, and ac cruing interest thereafter at 8 por annum until paid, the further sum of $136.63 attorney's fees and for a further judgment against all of the above named defendants for the fore closure of that certain vendor's lien retained in said notes and in the deed conveying premises hcrenfter de scribed from Jeff S. Williams to Drew Dunn and C. J. Wyatt, and which said lien is upon and covers the Southeast Quarter of Section Five, Township Three North, Range Thir ty-three East, in Curry County, New Mexico, and which lien was given and retained to secure the payment of the aforesaid note. You will further take notice that unless you appear herein on or be fore the 29th day of January, A. D. 1921, judgment by default will be rendered against you and each of you and the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in his said complaint Witness my hand and seal this 15th day of December, A. D. 1920. (SEAL) .W. C. ZERWER, 12-1 6-4 tc County Clerk. "NO BOOZE TODAY," SAY CHICAGO SALOON SIGNS Chicago, 111. Hundreds of Chica- m uiliwins hloutmed out with lanre X yellow "quarantine signs" over the door warning the world that liquor must not be purchased within." The saloons are posted, ss Inebri ates used to be, under restraining or ders from the Federal Court, against violation of the prohibition. "Beware" in letters two feet high, is the first word on the poster. It goes on to inform the possible thirsty that: "This place has been re strained from selling liquor by Judge Land is. Anyone buying intoxicating ' beverages here will be held In con tempt of court and prosecuted with the proprietor." A Safe, Sound and Strong Bank I YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED ! ; Of I Tho Gitizons Bank of Clovis I & O. W. SINGLETON O. E. DENNIS i J. E. LINDLEY S. A. JONES i O. S. HART CASH RAMEY Directors G) O 4