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1HE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921.
4 LOCAL MENTION Bring us your grain. Elevators Co., Inc. The Western ltc Gur M. Bryan made a business trip to Bovina lust Saturday. If you have tried all the rest, try Sunlight, it's the best. Slaughter Murruy left this week for a short visit in Colemun, Texas. RED SEED OATS, us long us they last. Lane & Sons Grain Co.. ltc E. C Eubanks of Muioshoo made a business trip to Clovis Monday. When you think flour think Sun light Mr. 0. G. Carmichacl of McAlistcr, N. M., was a Clovis visitor Monday. BED SEED OATS, as long as they last Lane & Sons Grain Co.. ltc A. L. Gurlcy of Wichita, Kansas, pent a few days in Clovis this week. Shoe repairing neatly done at Clo vis Shoe Hospital, 4th door west of Austin's 2-3-tfc C. E. Kirby of Texico was a Clo vis visitor this week. Wo promise nothing impossible Electric Filling Station, Phone 64. tf Fred E. Dennis made a business trip to Kunna Monday. Made from choice Curry County wheat Sunlight flour. Rev. Stumph, the new Baptist min ister, arrived in Clovis lust week and preached his first sermon Sunday, They're stunning these new house dresses of ours. Mrs. W. G. Broome, Milliner. Mrs. L. B. Gregg and Mrs. Cash Ramey were visitors to Amarillo last Saturday. For hemstitching and picotlng see Mrs. Knowkg at Luikart't Dry Goods store. . 2-17tfc Post office inspector J. C. Andrix of Roswell made a trip to Clovis this week. Road Service, ANY place, ANY time. Electric Filling Station, Phone 64. 2-10tfc Joe Stallings, who has been in Okla homa for several weeks, returned to Clovis Monday. Eve in the Garden of Eden threw a fit of nerve and gat an apple but that's nothing Constance Tal madgo not a hutband and threo square mcalt for life. CONSTANCE TALEU3ADGE HAD TOUCH OF COMIC OPERA Chinese Armies Stopped Fighting to Lat United States Veutl Pass Down the River. Ensign William II. Oalhralth, navl BittliiK officer of the United States de stroyer Hart, attached to f lie United States Asiatic squadron In Chinese wa ters, In a letter tells of hu Intensified Work ploced on the hands of the ves sels of (lie squadron In the Far Bust by tin; operations of the Chinese civil war now In progress between the Pe kinese and the Cantonese sections of the nation. When armies representing these hostile sections approach cities in which American citizens nre In busi ness there Is much excitement on the art of the Americans aud they call urgently for the protection of the fleet, says the Columbus Dispatch. RecerJIy the Hart received a radio gram call from a n officer of a United States merchant vessel, stating that his vessel 60 miles up one of the Chinese rivers was being detained. The captain wus anxious to put to sea, and would the Hart see, that It was permitted to depart? The Uart got on the job at once and found when the scene was reached that there was no govern mental authority holding the United States ship up, but tha Cantonese army was drawn up on one side of the river and the Pekingese on the other and a battle was in progress, with the river, through which the United States ship must puss, between them. Natu rally the captain did not fancy risking thu shots that were passing across the channel. .The respective commanders kindly suspended t lie lighting until the merchant vessel had passed. SUCCESS SLOW IN COMING Discoverer of Vulcanized Rubber Wat at One Time Compelled to Beg Money for Bread. j Charles (londyi'iir, who became a ! millionaire mid was the Inventor of vul I ciiulml ruliher us well us many other j forms of the tree sup proilncis, nt one j time was forced to beg for $" to keep him from starving. In 1S.'II he dlseov- ered ihut ruhher could he vulcanized. It was mi ncclili'iit. lie attempted to I remove some bronze dust from u lilt of rubber cloth, mid uftcr trying several (lieiiii.'iils Hied input funis, u clietll I leal largely composed of sulphuric add. It fulled also, and he threw the cloth iiway. A few days Irter he picked It up by chance, and noted the spot rubbed the mum funis had hard 1 etieil and would stand u degree of heat . that would have melted it In Its former slate. He applied his discovery, and soon ! was wearing rubber shoes, touts, hats and other garments, and had a small fortune by the right of his discovery. I Hut a year passed, mid Ids; giiods were : illsereiliied and returned, rottliu' ami , broken. He was ruined. He sfurted In again to discover u method that would vulcanize the rubber, and for ten rt'iirs he kept lit It, his life a lung misery of hunger mid cold and crush ing poverty. Ills success ciime sudden- I ly and soon he wus rich beyond Ids wildest dreams. IN "MAMMA'S AFFAIR" "Mamma' Affair" itarted with Eve in th Garden of Eden and now there are million Evet that have usurped the idea. !t'i a moden example from Eve. It's a photoplay of fits and itarts and ihow the way to get rfut of a mamma-made marriage of incon venience. .There's a big laugh com ing to you when you fee Connie and take a tip from Eve. You'll enjoy it. If the Bread Is Right 1 the Flour Is Sunlight IPS MADE AT HOME We Want Your Grain Cramer Mill and Elevators Co. IF IT'S 1'HE BEST IT'S SUNLIGHT Clovis, New Mexico Pride 'lour. of the plains Sunlight 1-13-tfc Mr. Temple Molinari of I'ortuies brought his sister to the Baptist Hos pital for an operation Monday. Cornell will rc-finish your auto in first class shape. Have it done now before the spring; rush, corner Gid ding and HitRorman. 1-27-tfc. Harry L. Putton urn! son, Perkins, left Fridny for Bentonville, Ark., where they were culled on acount of the serious illness of Mr. Ptitton's father. Everything for the Auto and Trac tor. Service ANY place, ANY time. Our prices are right. Try us Elec tric Filling Stution. Thone 04. 210tfc RED SEED OATS," as long as they last. Lune & Sons Grain Co.. ltc If the flour is Sunlight, the bread. Mr. Geo. W. Hicks is working nt will be right. C. W. Harrison mnde a business trip to Hereford Friday. Dmighton Lund Co. office this week. You can't feel good unless you eat well cooked meals. You can't cook goud meals with an old worn out stove. The remedy for all this is the sale prices on Kanges ut the Clovis Furniture unit rndi-rtaking Company. Better look them over curly, the sale starts Suturday morning. ltc Some diamonds arc worthless, also several grades of coal. The best coal is the cheapest. We have it. I.ane & Sons Grain Co. 1-13-tfc A. W. Johnson left this week for a business trip to Kansas City to buy furniture for the Magic City Furni ture Company. See our new line of pretty little house dresses. Mrs. W. G. Broome, Milliner. I.orena Odom was operated on for appendicitis nt the Baptist hospital Thu usilay. Everything for the Auto and True tor. Service ANY place, ANY time. Our prices lire right. Try us Elec tric Filling Station, rhone 04. 210tfc Mrs.. Coin E. Sharpneck left Friday for her home in Ilaxtun, Colo. She has been here several weeks tuking care of business affairs. Don't risk your property without sufficient fire insurance. We rep resent some of the test compnnies. Dough on hand Co. 12-2-tfc EasLaJlM AL ST JOHN IN "THE SLICKER" TWO REEL SUNSHINE COMEDY AT THE Saturday Night MARCH 12th TRY TO GET IN Wonderful Poison Gases. Canned, sollditled. poison gas, which Is claimed to he uliMihtely foolproof - mid mobile, lias I n erfecleil for use by the American soldier, ucroN'm: to Popular .Meelimib'H Magazine. That two studies defensive nnd offensive tas research -go bund In hand ill ready lias been ilenioi'stniteil, for. III addition to the development of new forms of kiis, iinny e'.pci'ls at the Eil-e'.vood (Md.) arsenal, have ban to Improve (lie L-as masks to Make lliein effective aealns( snipe of die new gases broii-lit Into existence there. In technical military progress, every new ! weapon menus a call upon thp armorer i for a new defense. As n result, I Ills country today has not only gases which surpass anything used during ! the World wur, but a mask which, In ! recent tests wus worn 24 hours a day for a week, except at Mealtime, with out any discomfort whatever. Breath ing wns normal, speaking was simple, and It kept out ull the gnsej thus fur known, Women Smokers "Under Cover." The mystery of where women cig arette smokers obtain their supply Is solved, In pint nt least, by an up town druggist, who was asked why nearly all such stores keep their to bacco stands In inconspicuous places, says (lie New Yni: Sun. lie said the reason for doing so Is bemuse the drugclsis enter tn women smokers, nnd this class Is rather timid about pur chasing In the open. The women, It seems prefer to glide hnck to some out-of-the-way corner, where nobody will see them. Of course, there are ex Not Much of a Party. Seven-year-old Jenn nnd her mother were Invited to ao Informal party. They went There the guests, talked and tntked, nnd finally the hostess pnssed for refreshments some wonder ful fruit and candy. Little Jean ate with the other but looked expectant ly for something else. Out nothing enme. On the way homo she voiced her disappointment to mother. "I don't lee why they cnll a thing like that a party," she complained. "I don't think much of a party ynu don't have a drop to drink." Indianapolis News. It Wat Suggestion. "So she refused you?" "Thnt's the Impression I received." "Didn't she actually say nor "No, she didn't. All she snld was Ilu-hn-hu I "Sun Frunclsco Chronicle. PAY DAY SPECIALS! Beginning Saturday, March 1 2th GROCERY AND ARMY GOODS Swandown Flour, cwt 85.60 Spuds 23 pounds 90c Swift Jewel, 8 lb $1.27 Sugar, 9 pounds 98c (One to each order) Arbuckles Coffee, 1 pound 29c Four X Coffee, 5 pounds 98c Peaberry Coffee, 3 pounds 89c Swift's Breakfast Bacon per lb 57c Puritan Bacon, per pound 56c Rex Bacon, per pound . 48c Banquet Smoked Bacon, per lb .3Gc Hills Bros. Coffee, per pound 55c Folgers Coffee, per pound 54c Glass Jar Blackberries No. 2 49c Glass Jar Pears No. 21a 53c Glass Jar Sweet Potatoes, No. 2y2 29c Glass Jas Muscat Grapes, No. 21a 48c Raven Syrup per gallon 98c Dunbar Syrup, per gallon 97c Farmer Jones Syrup $1.16 Lawton Blackberries per gallon 99c Bonanza Blackberries, gal $1.26 Puyallup Blackberries, per gal $1.33 White Flyer Soap 20 bars 98c Ideal Soap, 25 bars i 99c Latona Baking powder, per lb .26c Latona Baking Powder, 2l2 lb 63c Light House Naptha Washing Powder, 4 for . 24c 1 gallon Apple3 67c iiFGOODS Officers Dress Shoes (new) $7.75 Ruesett S3ioe3 (new) $6.75 Tan Kangaroo Shoes (new) 4.90 Officers Overcoat (new) $35.00 Mackinaws (new) $11.50 O. D. Sweaters (new) $5.00 0. D. Blankets (new) $5.75 Best Wool Sox (new) COc Cashmerette Sox (new) 35c O. D. Trousers (new) $6.25 Woolen Underwear, suit (new) $4.25 Lee's Unionalls $3.75 Wool Trousers, lace bottom, (Reclaimed) . $2.75 Mess Kits ..70c Canteens 70c If we don't have what you want, we can get it here in two days. Temple Grocery Co.ArmTyhest0re E3E 7 4 i A