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THE CLOV1S NEWS. THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1921.
lKirctia 3iS.'.i,eMrt?,r y y:r,- D) if First National Bank 1 D)l iici, l'.tl'it. Wi-Mti'rn rw'ptT t'nlitn.) "A (lory mint and a p.nnnt, A rryainl und a cU, A Ji'llyiinh anil a imur.ja And n cuvo where the cave men dwell; Then a sense of beauty, A fare turned from the clod Sumo cull It evolution; Othen call It Uod SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS. OF CLOVIS li - j .1 Total Resurces Over One Million Dollars lr .tl .1 M M 1 VV iM si liti WE WANT YOU TO REALIZE that we stand back of every sale, that our qualities are just as dependable as this store. It makes no difference what you buy of us, wo i.nek that sale to your ultimate and entire satisi'ac- iioll. You need have no regrets if you trade with us. Our rcsonsihilily protects you. fc" mams: -tvmsMmtffpft w da Sonic men come into tin- world , "g n noise, drift through lift' a bigger out1, und pass out :i distressing oiu'. After that don't know. ...nally We haven't done much ! helping Mr. Harding select a .1, hut it is his fault. Dalian ! LET US HELP YOU ! LAN YOUR TRIP TO California Ynii may stop over at I he i. and Canyon of Arizona on ;. ir way. i part ciilars as to service, fa a s. etc., see tile local audit i write T. B. GALLAHER -slant General l'nsscnger Agent AMARILLO, TF.XAS NOT ONLY IN CLOVIS Similar Caiet Occur Daily In Thi Vicinity. Not only here in Clevis but in our neighboring tjwns, (lie same food story is lieai'h An encouraging in-1 Maine from I'ortales is given here, and will lie read by us with great interest. Charles . Carroll, Box 17.r, I'or tales. '. Mix., soys: "My kidneys rot out of order some time ago ai.d cau'cil me a heap of trouble. My hark was so lame and weak, I could hardly bend over. My kidneys were in had rha c and caused me much an noyance. 1 felt tired ant and had no ambition. Mornings I felt unrefresh ed. A friend recommended 1 loan's Kidney I'ills ami I got some.. About f. i:r boxes of this med'ei ic cured me, fixing me up in A-l shape. l;0c, at nil dealers. Fostcr-Milhuin Co., Mfgrs., Uuffalo, N. Y. U Sometimes the woman who is d s appointed in love consoles herself with the thought that he is a tightwad anyway. When a small portion of fowl hnj been left from a roust which lins ap peared both hot and cold, croquettes uro sug gested. Rice and Chicken Cro quettes. R e m o v e all' the choice bits of ment from the liones und cut them In snuill pieces. Any quantity not ex ceeding a cupful may be used. For more chicken or turkey more rice will be needed. Cover the bones wllh cold water and bent slow ly to tho boiling point. After simmer Iiir an hour mid ono or two outside stalks of celery, an onion cut In slices, n small portion of carrot, also fllced, and let ennk bnlf an hour long er. Drain off the liquid. Heat three fourths of a cupful of rice to the boll lug point In a quantity of cold water. After boiling two minutes drain, rinse In cold water and set to cook In throe cupfuls of brolh. When Hie rlee Is tender cook one-fourth of a cupful of (lour, half a toaspoonful each of salt and paprika In one-half cupful of hut ter. Add one cupful of the broth taken from the lice If It Is not ab sorbed and stir until boiling, then stir In the chicken and the rice and any additional seasonings needed. Let stand Until cooled a little, then shape In cylinders. Hoil In soft bread crumbs, beaten egg diluted with milk or water and again In eruaihs and fry In deep fat. Serve with a sauce made of Hie chicken broth nnd cream or to mato puree, half and half. Roquefort Salad Dreeelng. Crenm two ounces of lloquefnrt cheese, using a wooden spoon, (iradunlly beat In four to six lalilcspoonfuls of olive oil, two to three laUespixiiifuls of vinegar and a scant halt-toiisponiiful each of salt and paprika, ('ream may be used to replace the oil, all or In part. Potato and Ham Croquettes. Tnke one cupful of minced tin tit, add two eggs, stir over the heat until the egg ! Is Just set, cool, make Into balls, cover j Willi mashed polalo. IC oil In fine dry crumbs, then In egg white thinned with j 0 little cold water, then In crumbs again. Fry In deep fat. John W'anamakcr says: "if there is , .me bu.diuns on earth that a 'quitter'; United States Government Supervision Member Federal Reserve System Depository For Government Postal Savings Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent A Paid on Savings Accounts '!- 6 Believing we have every facility for properly taking care of our customers, we solicit your account. S None too small for us to appreciate. IS 1 V 1 I !j o J $ tj ! J O r O 13 m n o to hould hi.v.' severely alone, it is ad vert ir-" Adve.l'. in.g is the power which crc r'tvs .-ales and builds business. The natural time to incrLv.se. ndvcrtisini: i during "dull" tinn 9. In this way wist- merchants, by i iiitr a liitle extra advertising effort, keep their tab s volume up to noiiual. UTir'J M "i .. -4 i i .Ny, .fit. ftonf-'. - ,'. - Soive Your Problem with an E-B 12-20 Tractor -How to mala' a ri':ilcr in'i mo on your labor a ik'i ri'iin.ijr !;! r suiiply. nu!ho(!s iinil use tiio ;iv Ik'.ihIKM FM) 12-'.i0 Vtuir I'ro'ilcir.- "i y.-'tir arm inwst nicnt villi Tii- Solution adopt I'twiv-farniiiH' C'lo.-f ;i !i!v ro'iablc, I'l-niiuiiht :;!, anil ci'.s 'i "";,l';r. Tiio-i:.. nls already have the satisfaction of knowinjf that w!i t'.n.ir E-V 12-20 Traetor, they ean(do more work, easier nt:d ilieajier, than ever before. It. is a very simple mailer to ehaniro from horse-farniirnr to power-farininj; with K-15 niaehinery. We want to explain how you can nu'ke more profit from your farminir operations. all Full Line of Renairs for E-B Farm Implements All our Farm Implements sold on Easy Terms TRIMBLE & CO. Old Planing Mill Building near City Power Plant J.H . GRADY NEWS !! School Notei. The pupils I'.'ive taken vev much ''nie,. .'' til tlu- liie dri.l ih's week, Tn'ti -day .!!', 'nooii thr.o meirbers of the county school beard visited the ,1'ne!. The rcl'.ool v.a-' as--cnib'ci anil Mr. lliokley gave us a very in lerif'.ii'i; tall:. The jther numbers al.-n tallied a short time. The local district was also present. We were very e-lad indeed to have them with us if only for so short a time. The Ki ids' hasketbull team went to ' laud last Friday and received the liin.-l i ' ushing defeat of the season. The r"ie rt may be found elsewhere in i th's issue. We are very yhn that we played Claud, however, and hope i f in;.y iet. the opportunity to meet j '.bein acatn. ne appreciate uieir ' it. i!i ess and invite them tj return the p. mo. The two literary societ'es met last l'riilav at'lernon in a joint mieting and enjoyed a well rendered program. SUILOH NEWS of fir it 17thj l very Ilillic Cm rv County, New Mexico has n County Sili'.riiiK Association, and ar- r.'iigeinents are now made for four si'-e-s this year: Ani'il, June, Autrust Oe'oher. The fint of these has School Notes We have seven more weeks school. We hope next year we he allowed nine months. The eighth grade will take tin etvimination to be held March and I Si h. The Steed Society gave a interesting program last Friday We lire sorry to note little Akers had the misfortune of getting his arm broken last Saturday evening while cranking the car. lie is treltin;' along nicely hut will not be aide I.) I . return to school this term. We assembled as usual at I he school house for the day's work Monday, We were disappoint -d when our toacivi didn't appear :.t her iruial time. Af ter waling until rft'T 11:00 we de cided to iro ill search and as we came out (.11 the school ground prcparaioiy I.) going, we saw her "iitnev" comiier a' the rat." of not h ss than '!() tier. I the jitney as it stops just when you want it to go most and it is too late to gel there with the team. i 'urn d Kdi'.or. Community Notci. The party at Mr. .Siegh teiry's la-t Friday night was well attended by ihe Shibih boys and girls, A good lime is repotted. Miss Nettie 1'iOpohey and brib er, Harry, were guests of Miss Nelf'c Micrwood and brother, lad Sunday. Mi. Melvin Tharp is breaking sad for Mr. I;. A. Donohey. The young ladies visiting last Week il Mr. Atwill's have returned home. We are glad to say Mr. f'berwoi d :i returned and repor'j iiis mnth'T I'll iMtter. f ; and son, l;i;!' ';:, mail" a Hying t' in to Koosi ve:: i aunty ia.'t Siturila;:, They repine crop coudi lioiis fi.n in the next county so:jt'i. Some folks are of a vi ry saving ilisposil ion. They won't work for fear of expending their vitality. ,d made the world ill six days (l per. I und rosied on the seventh. We know We made up the lost time lb it day. I a fellow who goes him six better by Mrs. Greer says the burro team beat I rcling all the time a. a hen widely advertisid and will meet:,!, at Ilani hvalc and it is estimated that J t will be nttended by some from as e-reat a distance as 100 miles. It is ! s'ltnl lint ono nt the sut-tanilin,: ; purposes of these events is the ciilti-l vatioti of the connnunity spirit. viewed from this paoink only, the gatherings would he of great import ance, and other counties might profit by try'ng out this scheme Amarilb Dallv News. fr H"I4 ! ! "J ! J l ! J C 'I ' i 1 i lf; i .;. I i ; i Conservation f In Clothes ALL KINDS OF FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS Willi j(, ays. 1 1 . and HI We now hnvc garden seeds nil that will clo to plant now, and will have late varieties in a few .. , .. l Tl O 1 .1..t I Texas Ken kusi i roo i oeeu wm.i anu Piwn crass seeil. These seeds are in ' bulk, nnd you pet more and better seed for your money. Call and see what wc have. THE WILL H. PATTISON SEED COMPANY 2-21-tfc At old Mexico Commission House Yes, wc fellows arc always ready to say somethintf good about the man who ia dead. He can't hit us far a touch. Cuiisci'Viilidii in clulliiiio' is jus! as essential as conservation aloiif? any other line. Let us help you to make your clothes last longer and look holler, hy lauudenii"; them for you. Every fjanneiit receives the same careful handlinn' and at- ntion, and economy and service are our highest unis. Just call 4S and we will do the rest. i The Clovis Steam Laundry PHONE 43 EE I