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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, MAR,H 10, 1021.
I SERVICE I ! Our wagon leaves this store at 7:S0 a. m. 8:20 a. m. 9:30 a. rn and 11:00 a. m. We do not advertise Pay Day Special Prices But we give you Service at All Times Sullivan's Grocery and Market Prompt delivery and Satisfactory Service Phone 118 t t Boys' and Girls' ! Club Corner I By Mrs. Edna Humo Durand County Club Leader THE CLOVIS NATIONAL BANK t Capital $50,000 Surplus $27,500 1 "The Bank That Accomodates" NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Creditors nnd nil others interested in tin' estate of Charley Wils.m, deceased, n iv hereby notifh d tlmt the Probate Court of Curry County, New Mexico, has set the Tth day of March, 1021, ill 10 o'clock a. in., at the Coun-, l ty Clerk's office in said county, ns I the time and place for final settle-J nient and hearing of b:i:1 estate, nnd to hear objections thcreta if any. JOHN C. WILSON, 2-10-ltc. Administrator. The reason why a woman wears fuvs in slimmer and a low neck dress in winter is hecause she's a woman KauvoD (Hi.) Independent. ALL KINDS OF FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS We now have garden seeds all that will do to plant now, and will have late varieties in a few days. Texas Red Rust Proof Seed Oats and lawn grass seed. These seeds are in hi;!!;, and you tret more and better seed for your money. Call nnd see what we have. Till': WILL II. PATTISON SEED COMPANY 2-21-tfc At old Mexica Commission House About the .u ly difference we no tice between the (dd postage stamps and the new i'lhrrim ones is that the latter requires about 40 per cent I more spit Eaton (Colo.) Herald. DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE COUNTRY " GOING "DRY." i; 'I'lii re's iM'i'V ilhlllci incut I'm' you to coiiie In Murray's when you waul a irooil sandwich, a hot cup of coi'oa. a cold drink op a lo of the lu st candy ou ;j tile lilul'ket. jj For Murray lias llicin all. together with 1lie j cleanest place and the hest service in iovi). i LET'S GO TO Murray's Confectionery Slaughter Murray, Prop. v 'ports from Bcilview state that al! Ijii three in the High School have enrolled in club Work. There is a i.,tal enrollment of forty up to date. i The club record of Delmis Happer, Move, is one that pnves especially interesting. Delmis began with a pitt he entered in the fat class. At the end of the club year he sold it for fit). Then ho paid $-10 for his first registered gilt nnd $:10 for his calf. He won $10 in club prizes ; ml was even again. This year he has sold $80 worth of pigs, still has his sow, one gilt and his calf and is planning on adding one crop project to bis achievement far thij year, This is tho dollar si le of club work. Curds are coming in from Ilollene. The poultry project needs two more members to make it a standard club. The work at Ilollene this year prom ises to be a very great improvement ivcr her efforts last venr. Nine boys have enrolled in the lianehvale pig club. Lawrence M il will carry th" work required in the sow and litter elms. There are only three cards in for the corn club, so some of those pie. !',!i boys Ihit are older niomii -p had better line up or there will in ,1 be e 'oiii h eoni to go around. Miss Ethel P.ell will lead the Pris cilla sewing club again this year. The work of this club was excellent la.-t year ami there will doubtless be an other record made this year. Tbirty-f've have enrolled In Ml" various projects nt Melrose and nun" ca' ds are to come in. Those who are nhinning on can ning must get busy with the hot bed. If yen do not have rhubarb in the garden, right now is. the time t.i set out a ditt.cn roots or more. Mrs. T. .1. Parry, (luy, New Mexico, has roots for sale at fide per dozen. So has Mrs. T. K. Mitchell, Albert, X. M. She also has lilacs at lac each, .lost think of the beauty and fragrance to be purchased for such a small sum, Mrs. fjeortre Uoisir.gor, Shil.ih, has the everbearing strawberries in her garden. Last year she canned !I0 ouarts beside all they used for short cake just fresh picked. What one woman can h in the country others can attempt. You can g t everbear ing strawberry plants at $2.00 per loo from Mrs. A. L. Johnson. A mi st id, Yw Mexico and Mrs. B. L. Mor rison, Clayton, N. M. We also have addr. ssos of New Mi Vii niiii'ii wb.) have currants, i' Misr'ie'Ties, r.'si'herii s and black 1,. Tries f.r sale reasonably. Those rmall fruits will do we!l in Eastern New Mexico with just :i little are and how veiy much worth care they are. Yo'l garden eln'i members shel'.hl plan for the permanency of your garden by planting a few of the per renials that always were present in those old gardens. If any of the nuking club girls are interested in the pressure- cooker method of preparing meals come into the ofiee and l"t's look over price lists and talk it over. The pressure cooker will cook chick' n tender in thirty minutes, navy beans in thirty minutes, potatoeea mm STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OP The Citizens Bank of Clovis AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEB. 21, 1021. RESOURCES Leans and Discounts 38'l,fi0(1.83 Overdrafts 1,310.84 Banking House, Furni ture and Fixtures 8,.r20.00 Stocks and Bonds.. 21,141.00 C . h and Sight Exchange 79,311.60 TOTAI $llir.,r.(lfi.27 LIABILITIES Capital Stock -$ fiO.OOO.OO I'aiil in J-'S i'l' 'HI hainril .'5.ll 11 Surplus 10,000.00 Undivided Profits 2,2:i.V:i7 Bills Payable 2.r.,000.00 DepoiiU 408,330.90 TOTAL-. .$.!! Ii,rfi0.27 Tho above is correct. " F. B. HEROD, Asst. Cashier. "THE FARMER'S FRIEND" OFF1CKKS AND 1)1 HECTORS CHAS. E. DENNIS, President. G. W. SINGLETON. Vice President. CASH RAMEY. Vice President S. A. JONES, Cushier J. E. L1NDLEY, Director. C. S. HART, Director. L. C. PETREE, Ass't. Cashier. F. B. HEROD, Ass't Cushier 10 minutes. ItH will co.ik a whole meal over one burner. It will cook in any altlitido villi equal Mice '-s. It will -an a few quarts of fruit, vi '.'elalilea, meats. .-ureesslully, quirk iy and without the usual niiiM and I'uss al i ciiitaat on canning days in an overheated kiti leu. If yea wet to know how to sweet -pickle iv h 'iei'-ciir" p.irk. to cor.-'t rue a cle an "nd elfecliv" sniVao house, hiw to cure Sinilhi'ii Id ham-, how In cook an old ham, how ; i make various forms of sausie.res, how to ''hum '-can" eii. and pork p'odacts, 'arm r.-' l!i.lle!i:i 1 IKiI. wi.t. fjr mental report gives land values. Lamb prices frequent ly reach the hirhest p.iint this month. lb g prices usually show h:i'-p ad vance and sometimes reach highest point of the year. This month contains several .hush fast days. The meat ti-ade in many I n pre ciths slumps as a result. Wild Life. The chimney swift, commonly call ed also the chimney "swallow", ar ives into in March on the gulf coast of the United States from its still undiscovered lionie the in South northern Elbert Hubbard Once Said: "If you hae ailments, ensuit a Chiropractar and let him put your spinal column en rapport with your nervous ei'oin'uy, m you imii be a good automatic engine." WAYS DISPLACEMENTS .H OUR If you are not wll, and should be told that the reason for yau not being well is displacement some where in ymir body, no doubt you would answer: "That is not so; I have never had a fall or injury in my life." Possibly ymi are correct in making such u statomVnt, possibly not. While people rece've falls and injuries niai.y t ines jn t lit-i r lives that lire reqion idle, perhaps years after, for kidney trouble, liver trauldc, female trouble, paralysis, nervousness and many other forms of disease, yi I it j., i,oces sary to sustain di-q Jaci meats by falls or injuries nlone. Many people are snl'fi ring from displace ment and im p : n ' c tic nt of nerv.s that have been displaced other than by falls or injuries. Medie'in ' '' avail in overcoming such displaci nient and i.ei ve impingement, The ( hin ;,, actor gels at ' o- iiii,, readjusts the displacement and relieves the impinged nerves, thus al lowing t In i . . :n the way that nature intended. S. J. WRIGHT, D. C. Graduate of National College of Chiropractic, Chicago, Class of 1011. Room 2, Farmers State Hank Building, Clovis, New Mexico. Telephone IM!. Office hours 0:00 n, m. to 5:li0 p. m. Sundays by appointment. N. B. Read "The St.iry of a Beautiful Girl" in this paper next Week. Repairing Cull Farm Machinery Ci?st. Until the price of machinery fulls, it will be especially profitable to re pair old machinery. A few dollars spent on repairs w II often lengthen the life of an expensive machine, for several year.'. This miirht be very profitable in ordinary times, but it should be doubly so now, because it may postpone the need .if buying a new machine until the price has been materially reduced. In accirdance with tlv sugges'-inns of the American Farm Bureau Fed eration the week March 2S April 2 has been set aside in New Mexico as Farm Ib p.iir Week. A special effort should be made during this week to put all machinery in proper repair if this has not been done pre viously. Demonstrations on nut hods of repairing farm machinery will be given at State Collide during the f rst five days of the week, and all who can, should :u 'rar.'ro to attend some of these demoiistrations. i ; I Live Slock ' Give horsi t'ait h ie bn ii idl" most of lb" wu.ti ! enieiirh 11. ht work to prepare tin i for fprinir oih r;i ions and this will help to pievoat sore should, i s. Have an outfit on hand foi tivn' ing milk fev r. 'Ibis disease may af fect cnus soon af'er calving, csec al ly those that r vc a large milk yield. Farmers' Boh'tin 2ful describes the disease. Furnish young lambs some oats bran, ami cracked corn and choice clover or alfalfa hay in u creep where tin y can feed uiiinol 'sted by the old ewes. I Sows should he accost .mied to th" presence of an attendant about the pen; thee help may given at rime ing, w l.oiit caiislnir exciti on t,I aid possible injury to young pigs. In extreme cold weather n '..ox o basket padded with soft clean ragu or clot he. i, ai.d warmed with a ho! water butlr or in add brick should he used f ir new burn pigs. Give b.rn', Inc.' pens, and poultry rd yanU a thorough cb'an : ufeel them. Remove har- laci s and vou will have fewer Five Cent Piece Stnrtt Boy on Road to Succeii. Va'i I'alir.tri " is a thirteen-year-old boy v, ho livt i:i I'anoi.i County, Miss. V m beloiurs to one of tile many hoy's' arric.ilt'iral clubs in 'bat state. Many of the Mis: is.-ippi club boys have had unusual success with their club pro jects, but Van's success is noteworthy because of its small beginning. In April, l'.'li'i, five cents was giv en bun I .,' his teacln r as a reward for unusually l "id lesams and good be havior one day at school. With this money Ii" boie.'lit a chicken. It was j crippled, ' eliee its low price, but in ii ill Iillini' on li.s part saved its life, and it grew to maturity. The next summer she ra' eil u brood of chickens which were sold for one dollar and a half. With this money Van bought a pig. It was a runt but care and g.iod feeding for a few months made it well worth the nine dollars and thirty-six ceiitn for which its owner sold it. winter America. It reaches States late in Ap. ,1. The lafiirn of rabbins may be look- d for in the Middle Northern State about the first of March. Their value to agriculture is shown in Farmers' Bulletin C.IIO. I.o.di out for ground squirrels or prairie dogs and be prepared to got tlnin early in the season. (West oT Immediatelv the Voung financier , l... t a. ...a...: ii... . . ! . . . . 1 in.- .Mo..i.-sq.i,.,. ii.ueci j ou en ips , bought a heifer calf with the price poisoned gni n i .,aid hail for the hog. Last year and and range grasses by prepai'id in accordance with methods devised by the Biological Survey. Each animal killed early in the spring will benefit you as nuicli us several killed later. 4 Home and Community D.i heavy cleaning a little at a time and thus obviate o heavy spring and fall bouse cleaning. Teach boys and girls the vital points of early tillage and good till age; have them collect and study the life history of your ' roublesoine in sects, and encourage them in club work. again this she presented her owner with a heifer calf, so he now has a live herd of three, nil the outgrowth of that one nickel which he invlScd four years ago. The club boy's cattle ae scrubs, but he is h.iping to have something belter some of these days, and with a hoy of his kind, to plan is to do. So it would not be surprising if tho lia'kel continued to grow and become n pure-bred In id before Van is sixteen. Tin Try i News Classified ads get results a lii nh"iie 07. IFOR 12 YEARS houses a illg. Di: boring pi pests. RELIABLE RESPECTFUL REASONABLE FREE USE OF CHAPEL PRIVATE AMBULANCE Magic City Fur. & Undertaking Co. JOHNSON BROS. Day Phone nil Night Phone 235 i 126.96.36.199'444'l''l't''.'l'f4''f'r4-'t.4--'l'''f4''''f'.'K f Puultry. Dust lilting hens thoroughly with good lice powder several times during the hat'-h. Toe-punch the chicks as they hatch, with a mark distinctive for the year so that "heir ages can be told in the fo!h.. :ng years. Da not feed chicks for at least IK! hours after they hatch. Marketing Bureau of Crop Estimates issues a report of stocks of gra n in farmers' hands, giving an estimate on the am ount of wheat, corn, oats, and barley of the 1020 crop on farms on the first of March, the proportion of each I of these crops which will be shipped 1 out of the counties where grown, nnd ! , the pi iveiitage of the 1020 corn crop , t .. oi mcunaiii.ioie quinuy. rt suppie-. t4t4,4,4.t,(,4,t(, NOTICE ! Kd Mi'Diinicl, who upprntes Mcli'usp liits t;ikcii I'lmi'uc of llic inr room mnl will serve three family style, at reasonahle rates Ed's licsiaurant at Antlers Hotel din fjood niejils a day, , (live him a trial. Serve Fish Every Friday. Chicken Every Sunday. Ed McDaniel