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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1920.
4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444wttttTTTTTTTT"TT We Solicit a Share of Grocery our usiness Y Wc have opened a grocery store at the corner or West drawl Avenue and Connelly Street in the building known as the old Lone Star Wagon Yard and we solicit a share of your grocery business. We are out of the high price rent district and can give our customers the benefit of a great saving on many items in the grocery line. Our stock is complete. ...!,-' ' . Call and see us. H "'! j, , ' Willmon Brothers Corner Grand Ave. and Connelly St. MISS JULIA BAKER MARRIED. What is believed to have been the first marriage ceremony performed in a Masonic Temple in South Caro lina took place yesterday afternoon when Miss Julia Pearl Baker became the bride of Yancey Wadsworth Moore. The marriago took place in the temple of Columbia before a large assemblage. The bride is originally from Little Rock, Ark., but has been living in Columbia recently. The bridegroom is in the United States Navy, now on duty with tho U. S. Prometheus, at Norfolk, and is originally from Milo, Ark. The ceremony was performed yesterday by the Rev. J. II. Shcpurd of Little Rock. The marriage is the culmination of a pretty romance which began when the bride and bridegroom were chil dren. The happy couple left for Nor folk and when the Prom hcus sails from Hampton Roads, the bride will go to Little Rock to await the boat's return. Mr. Moore is a member of Ouachita lodge, No. 116, A. F. & A. AL, Milo. Columbia (S. C.) State, November 20th. This is reported to be one of the prettiest weddings that has occurred in the capitol city of South Carolina in a long time. It was the happy cul mination of a happy romance that dates back to the halcyon days of youth. It was during their school days in their native state of Arkansas that little Julia Baker, shy and pretty, dreamed that she saw in the young stalwart Yancey Wadsworth Moore her soul matf. Yancey likewise saw visions and dreamed dreams visions of a happy home over which Miss Julia would one day preside in queen ly dignity. THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT White Haired Alabama Lady Says SLg Hat Seen Medicine! Come and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford'i Black-Draught Came and Stayed. Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thed ford'i Black-Draught to her friends and neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a well known Jackson County lady, said: "lam getting up in years; my head is pretty white. I have seen medicines and reme dies come and go but the old reliable came and stayed. I am talking ot Black Draught, a liver medicine we have used for years one that can be depended up on and one that will do the work. "Black-Draught will relieve Indigestion and constipation if taken right, and I know for I tried It. It is the best thing I have ever found for the full, uncomfortable Clovis Furniture & Undertaking Co. 208-210-212 and 214 S. Main Street. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Telephones Day 67; Night 14 and 203 AMBULANCE SERVICE C. V. STEED, Manager Undertaking Parlors 112 West Grand Ave. Mrs. Moore is the cultured and ac complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Y!. T. Baker, and comes from one of the best families. Mr. Moore is one of the most solid and substantial young men of our country. He is in the naval service of the United States at present. The bride was charmingly gowned in a handsome blue tricotine travel ing suit and accessories to match. She carried a lovely boquet of bride's roses. The ring ceremony, benuti ful in its simplicity, was performed by Evangelist J. H. Shepard. The bridal vrocession was led by Mr. C. C. Baker, brother of tho bride, as best man, and Mrs. C. C. Buker as matron of honor. Professor J. L. Levy played beautifully Mendelssohn's wedding march. Mr. 0. H. Hnrt, secretary to the Grand Lodge, and other Masons, were delightfully thoughtful and con siderate and added much tD the hap piness of this unique wedding. HOGS EAT "STORE BOUGHT" CANDY DOWN AT CHILDRESS Feeding pigs on candy may sound a little out of the ordinary, rather hard on the boys and girls, but that is what Lewis Brothers and Cunning ham are doing, and they report the pigs thriving greatly on their new diet. They have bought more than a ton of candy from the King Candy Co., of Fort Worth for this purpose, it being a lot of candy that had melted during the heat of summer and tun together thus rendering unfit for the regular market. Mr. Lewis states that the candy has a high value as a fat producing food and that they are finding it a good value for the price it cost them. Childress Post.. News Classified ads get results. feeling after meals. Sour stomach and sick headache can be relieved by taking Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also sslststhe liver in throwing off impuri ties. I am glad to recommend Black Draught, and do, to my friends and neighbors." Thedford's Black-Draught is a stand ard household remedy with a record ol over seventy years of successful use. Every one occasionally needs something to help cleanse the system of impurities. Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed ford's, the genuine. At all druggists. q, 73 . FAflDOTOW PA3SX 0 V ..,4..44444444444444444444444444444444444444 WALTER W. MAYES ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practices In All Courts Clovii. N. M. dr. c. l. McClelland Physician and Surgeon Office over Dcnhof Jew. Cc. Residence, 914 N. Main St. CLOVIS, N. M. 4 ELECTRIC FLOOR SURFACE CO. New and old floors surfaced 4 and finished. Makes your floors easy to keep clean. Call Gam- mell. chone 334. Dr W. M. Lancaster PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 4 ClovL, N.w Mexico 4 4 Office Suite 3, Barry Building 4 Telephone 422 THOMAS W. JONES 4 Vsterinarian, 4 200 West Otero Street. rtieoe 45. Clovis, N. M. Dr J. B. Westerfleld Phyrickaa and Surfeoo. 4 Office over First Nutional Bank 4 Office Phone 231. IteHldenos 2U8 t DR. C O. VTARRINEB CHIROPRACTOR 4 113 South Mala St. 4 PHONE 101 4 ' DR. L. M. BIGGS Veterinary Surgeon 4 Phone 881 Clevis, Now Meiico E R A SUBSTANTIALLY STYLED OVERCOAT, TAILORED AT FASHION PARK, IS A BUSINESS ASSET IN MORE IF AYS THAN ONE. IT WILL GIVE EXCELLENT SER VICE AND ADD DISTINCTION TO THE WEARER'S AP PEARANCE. THE COMMANDER IS ILLUSTRATED. CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT THE ANNO Y A NC F. OF A TRY-ON READY-TO PUT-ON TAILORED A T FASHION FA R A' At- IV A YS PRICED TO WARRANT VALUE DR. H. R. GIBSON OSTEOPATH 4 4 Treat all diseases, both acute and 4 chronlc. Office in New Tile 4 4 building on corner north of Fire 4 t Station and cunt of Lyceum 4 theatre. 4 Of Hce Phono 383. Residence 300. 4 Clovis, New Mexico. 4 .. S. J. WRIGHT Chiropractor Over Farmers State Bank Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Phone 346 4 44444444444444444 4444444444444444 4 DR. T. E. PRESLEY 4 4 Eye, Ear, Not. and Throat, 4 4 of Roswell, N. M., will be In Clo- 4 4 vis the 6th of each month. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration upon the estate of J. W. Malone, deceased, were granted to me by the Probate Court of Curry County, Now Mexico, on the 7th day of December, 1020, and all persons having claims against said estate are required to present same for payment within the period of one year from snid dnto, or they will bo forever bar red. 12-9-4tc IDA (i. MAiiONE, Executrix SMOOTH STRANGER BUYS N. M. CATTLE WITH BUM CHECK (Fort Sumner Review) Joseph DcGraftcnrcid, El Ycso stockman, sold this year's calf crop, or tho marketable part of it, for 18, 370. There were 270 head of high grade white faces in the bunch, but the price was all right and both parties to tho transaction were satis fied when the check was handed over and the young beef loaded and way billed to K. C. The buyer is described as a big, suave, nice old gintleman named C. C O 444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444J Harris, from Gro.im, Texns, who hnd bought quite a lot of cnttlo in cast cm New Mexico during past years. The stock was paid for by a check on a Groom, Texas, bank. DeGraft enreid sent the cheek in for collec tion and it was returned with the reply "no funds." Then business commenced to pick up. Telegrams to Kansas City disclosed that the stock had said for $5,093, but the money had not been paid and payment was stopped. A description of Harris was tele graphed to points in Texas and Okla homa and Kansas in an endeavor to locate him. The Review is informed that the man was arrested in eastern Oklahoma, December 0. It is said the man made a simi lar play in Texas, recently. DeGraftenrcid will accompany a shipment of cows to Kansas City next week and will salvage what he can from the Harris transaction. ONE PERSON IN EVERY 1S9 IN GOVERNMENT SERVICE Washington. One person out of every 159 In tho country was on the Government's civil service pay roll last July 31, the Civil Service Com- TEXAS WONDER for kidney and bladder troubles, grav el, weak and lame back, rheumatism and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. If Clovis Furniture AAA A1A A1A 4V4 2uo-2iu-2i2-zia a, xviam street. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Telephones Day, 67; Night, 14 and 203 AMBULANCE SERVICE O. V. STEED, Manager Undertaking Parlors 112 West Grand Aye. PABK I T S X t 4 mixainn ili'1nr.,a t.. ii. . l " annual re lion. iic v.uniiniRsion adua that of thoso estimated hy the census as employed in gainful occupations, ono in every sixty eight was a Government worker. The number of civil service em ployes last July, tho commission aayt, was 091,110 and tho Government was using them in 1,700 different kinds pnd grades of work. There were almost a million Gov ernment ompbyes at tho height of tho world war, tho commission as serts, and adds that pre-war figure of some 480,000 in 1916 probably never again will be reached. The commision declares an "altogether rosy picture cun not be painted" of the Government's personnel situa tion. R.fular Meeting CLOVIS COMMANDERY Will be held at Masonic Hall Second and Fourth Friday nights of each month. at 8:00 O'clock. All Sir Knights residing la this jurisdiction are Invited. R. J. Nnnl. Rnrnritar. not sold by your druggist will be lent by mail on receipt of $1.25. On small bottle often cures. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. HaJl, 2926 Olive st., St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. & Undertaking: CoJ M sPf m M . . Cat