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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1921.
. w V ten nxrxrtrrrrrirrmrnxrxnxrtirnxrri: rr rrrrrr: To keep the memory for i you for them j j a puoiograpii. The belt for lightbrcad Sunlight flour. Where? Harria Furniture Store. When? Saturday. Como ltc Quickeit relief from rheumatism, see Dr. Warriner. Good bread home-made. sale, Saturday. Make the appointment today with Fred Oberthier of Hereford, Texas, was in Clovis last Sunday. ROBINSON "The Photographer in Your Town" 119 E. Munroe Phone 145 PERSONAL MENTION Bruce Sullivan made a business trip to Hereford this week. Bujitist ltc Mr. R. Van Klcer of El Paso has been in CloviB this week on business. Dr. M. S. Smith waa a visitor to Fort Sumner the first of the week. Your baby has the colic, call Dr. Warriner, your Chiropractor. ltc If the bread is right, the flour is Sunlight. The best , for biscuits Sunlight Flour. 1-13-tfc Do you like chocolate pies? Get 'em at Baotist Sale Saturday ltc L. M. Arnold of Portalea was in Clovis Tuesday. Divinity, t. ;olate fudge, taffy for sale at Hards' Saturday, March 12th. J. C; Rapp returned to Clovis last week from Roswell where he has been for some time. Baptist Ladies Miscellaneous Sale, Saturday, March 12th, at Harris Fur niture store. ltc Miss Hamilton of Mulcshoc was a shopping visitor in Clovis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hunter of Tex- ico spent Sunday in Clovis. D. L. Moye and F. E. Sadler made a trip to Santa Fe this week. The ladies of the' Christian church met at the home of Mrs. E. A. Story Thursday. Mrs, W. Howell it spending the week in Fort Sumner visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Melton. Hon. J. R. Hull and Hon. W. W, Nichols, senator and representative from Curry County, are expected home next week. V. J. Hively made a business trip to Las VoguH thin week. . Wo promise nothing impossible Electric Filling.Station, Dione 64. tf Oh, cured. those headaches. Get Dr. Warriner can do it. them C. W. Harrison made a business trip to Aniarillo Wednesday. Every sack guaranteed. of Sunlight flour is Judge S:im Urutt.m has been Dcming this week holding court. Keep clean. Get your aprons and cups at Baptist Ladies Sale, March 12th. ltc Get your fresh home-made pies, cakes, candy, bread, etc., Suturday. Hairis Furniture Store. ltc Quality and iiricc Sunlight Flour can you beut it? 1-13-tfc Wont you please work for our Bible sehaol some before Sunday? It will help so much. Lester Stone, former mayor of Clovis, but who is now in the grain business at Aniarillo, spent two or three days in Clovis this week looking after business matters. For hemstitching and picoting see Mrs. Knowles at Luikart's Dry Goods store. 2-17tfc Mrs. M. A. Barker, who was re cently operated on for throat trouble at the Baptist hospital, Is improving. AT- ACKMAN' 0. L. Owen, former State Corpor ation Commissioner, and who lived in Clovis in the early days, has been here this week on business. R. M. Bishop maife a business trip to Texico and Fnrwell Wednesday. ' Sandwiches good ones. For sale at Harris Furniture Co. Saturday, March 12th. ' ltc J. W. Manning of Hollene was in Clovis Monday attending a meeting of the Board of County Commission ers, Wo repnir all kinds of furniture at Clovis Shoe Hospital, West Grand Avenue. 2-3-tfc C. M. Page and two of his neigh bors will have a public sale on Wed nesday, March lfith at (he Pleasant Hill store. Mr. Page has sold his farm and will cro into tho mercantile business at Pleasant Hill. Qucenswarc and Glassware at You know you are standing in the way of others by not attending Bible school. Then come. Christian Bible school. S. W. Hutton of Fort Worth has been in Clovis this week hcldir.g spe cial Sunday school services at the Christian church. LOST Last Saturday, a casing and inner tube on demountable rim forj Fold car. Finder will receive reward. ; E. W. Reagan. Up The Western Elevator Company (Incorporated) CLOVIS, N. M. i Buyers of Grain and Field Seeds. Public Storage and Consignments. GET OUR PRICES "WATCH US GROW" D. W. Jones, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, left Wednes day marning for a business trip to Albuquerque and other points in the western part of the state. A. E. Cade of House wa;. in Clovi3 this week. Mr. Cade is thinking of buying a home in Clovis and mov ing here for the benefit of our schools. Thone No. 72 for Plumbing and Electrical Repairing. A tip to June Brides. Have "Him" buy the furniture far that "nest" now, at the Clovis Furniture and Un dertaking Company, and save enough to pay all expenses on that honey moon trip. ltc Robert Powers of San Francisco was in Clovis the first of the week a Kiiest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowman. He stopped off here cnroule to Guthrie, Oklu. Barb Wire. Field Fence, and Poul try Netting. We know why you have put off buying that new Rug. You were waiting for the Big Sale the Clovis Furniture and Undertaking Company is starting Saturday. Better pick yours out early before tho other fel low beats you to it. ltc FOUND Many wide-awake farm era have found our elevator an ideal place to market their grain. Get in "o with your friends, llie Western Elevator Company. "Wutch us Grow." The ladies of the Catholic church will hold an' apron and food sale at , Barry Hardware Co. store on Satur day, .March 1 nth. I'robnlily the apron j you want will ne there. Large and . small aprons for nil kinds of wear. I.UM i on aro losing money every day by not getting our prices j 3ii grain. The Western Elevator Co. "Wutch Us Grow." An eight pound girl arrived Sun-; day mornirg to make her home with ! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hnnea, C10 North 1 Axtell. Mother and babe doing nicely out dually s neail seems to be grow ing. , The Indies of the Catholic church will hold an apron and food sale at Barry H-irdware Co. vtorc :n Satur-. day, March 19th. Probably the apron ! you want will be there. Large and small aprons for all kinds of wear. Tho Presbyterian ladies are post poning the silver tea at the manse until Wednesday afternoon, March 10 on account of the dcrth of Mr. Hickman. cox: PIANO TUNING Satisfaction guar anteed no money nccepted. Elec tric and automntic player repairing. I tune pinnos fo $3..r0. Satisfactory references., R. J. Harris, phone No. 232. ' 1-20-tfc m Condensed Statement of the Condition of THE Clovis National Bank Of Clovis, New Mexico As made to the Comptroller of the Currency at the close of busi ness, Monday, February 21, 1921. RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loam and discounts 393,840.20 Bonds 67,999.13 Stock In Federal Reserve Bank, 60 of subscrfp- ; tion 2,400.00 6 Redemption actt . 2,650.00 Banking House 21,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 7,478.05 War Saving Stamps 168.00 Ch and Sight Exchange 98,114.38 Over 23 the law requires but 10'o. ' Capital Stock S 60,000.00 Surplua Fund 80,000.00 Circulation 26,000.00 Undivided Prifits 2,392.63 Re-Discounts 61,152.73 Deposits 415,104.48 1 Mrs. Ted P. Holifield and daugh ter, Mae, of Canyon, Texas, spent two or three duys here the latter part of last week visiting r.t the home of i Mrs. Holifield's parents, Mr, and Mrs, J. W. Welch. A Kane.' surgeon operated upon himself successfully for appendicitis. At this rate man will soon become his own undertaker. Hurrisburg (Pa.) Patriot. ' TOTAL $583,049.76 The above statement is correct. TOTAL $583,649.70 The Clovii Furniture and Under taking Company are working over time all this week preparing far' their large sale which opens Saturday. There will be some surprisingly low prices on Furniture, Ranges, Rugs and House Furnibhings and early pur chasing is advised. Mr. Quirk, who is in charge of the sale, says this stock won't be in the store long at these prices, for people today recog nize real bargains and will certainly take advantage of this great op portunity.. . ltc Emerson. P. ft O. Canton, and Case Listers. See us before .buying. mm mm V New Spring Dresses Of Taffetas, Crepes and combination fabrics in colorings of gray, navy and brown; styles varied to suit your particular re quirements. Visit this depart ment and have us show you, at $19.50, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00 New Spring Wraps Capes Sport Coats Sleeved Wraps. In Spring shades of tan, green, gold, pekin, gray. Capes lined and unlined with smart motifs and stitching of embroidery. The new Sport Coats, serviceable, dressy and inexpensive. Sleeved wraps in the dollman ef fect, silk lined, fashioned of all wool materials, in the new high shades at $10.00, $12.50, $15, $19.50 to $35.00 . Juniors Misess Coals-Capes Stunning styles in wool mater ials, lined or unlined a3 you.miy like, new coloring3 of green, gold, Marion blue. .Wraps or coats in sizes 9 to 14. at $10.00, 12.50, 15.00 Children's Spring Hats i m 1 4 Y w.VjM i. r -1S Serviceable straws and braids fashioned into pretty spring hats for children, ages from 2 years to 12. Dark colors and then combined with contrasting shades, in dozens of pretty styles to select from, at $1.25 to $3.50 Mrs. Sam Jont'S returned last weok from Kentucky where she has been visiting for two or three months. That deep cold may terminate in pneumoniu. Dr. Warriner cHn cure it quick. ltc W. C. ZERWER, Cashier With g view of stimulating com-! r.ur.i'y int-rest in Bey?' tnd Girls', Club Work, a community meeting will ba held lr. the schcol hcs ut Moyei on the evening of Fri;'r.y, March 18. , Miyc expets to mrk." a good record in Club Work this ye: r. The watchward of our basement children. "What Would Jesus Do?" Remember we commence our service at 9:45 and we are expecting YOU. Christian Bibls school. Music is harmony. Whj not have Harmory at hi me? You can easily do so if you will take advantage of the Sale Prices the Clovis Furniture and Undertaking Company have on their large line of Talking Machines. Bet ter come In early Saturday and pick out yours. ltc j G. W. Singleton spent a few days in CloviB this week. Mr. Singleton! has been in California for same time. After a trip to Kansas Ci'y and other points, Mr. Singleton expects to re-1 turn to California to Bpend the winter. If it is the best flour it is Sunlight. W. O. Dunlap of Ft. Sumner, was in Clovis last week; Jack Dunn of Farwell was in Clovia Sunday. For hemstitching and picoting sea Mrs. Knowles at Luikart's Dry Good store. 2-17tfe Miss Anne Hull spent the week-end in Psrtales visiting friends. Let Cornell fvfinish your auto. This it a good time to hare it done.. 1-27-tfv The best bargains you've ever seen in house dresses Mrs. W. G. Broonwv Milliner. Misses Pearl Francis and Anna Burton spent the week-end at llisa Burton's home in Elida, N. M. I Saddles and harness repaired at Clovis Shoe Hospital, West Grnnd , Avenue. 2-3-tfc. If you don't sleep well at night you are "cross and all out of norts the next day. Take a tip from Mr. Quirk and the first thing Saturday, step into the Clovis Furniture nd Undertaking Company and hnvo them send to your home one of those beau tiful sKep-pioducing mattresses, on sale starting Saturday. It U