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the clovis News, Thursday, march 10, 1921.
Spinach per pound. 15c Lettuce, per head 10c Turnips per bunch 10c Radishes 10c Onions 1 10c A. B. Austin & Co. The Price is the Thing Fresh Eggs, per do. .25c Creamery Butter, per lb 50c Grape Fruit, each XOc Lemons, per doz. 25c Specials for Friday, Saturday and Mom 1 1 gallon New York Red Pitted Cherries $1.35 35 pounds extra good spuds for $1.00 31b Special Blend Coffee 90c 1 gal. Saxet Blackberries for 98c 51b Chase & Sanborn Seal Brand Coffee $2.15 101b can K. C. Baking Powder $1.38 81b pail White Ribbon compound for $1.00 241b sack Roswell flour, guaranteed, for $1.13 11 pounds cane sugar for $1.00 Jiffy Jell, any flavor, per package 10c 2 boxes Premium Soda Crackers for 35c All 20c Crackers, 2 for 35c or 6 for . $1.00 3 small cans pink salmon for 25c 3 small cans Tomatoes for 25c Large Size Poast Toastes, each 15c WE DELIVER $10.00 ORDERS FREE. GET OUR PRICES ON ANYTHING YOU NEED IN THE GROCERY LINE-WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY. ARE YOU PAYING THE OTHER FELLOW'S BILLS? a GKAN1) AVE AND MITCHELL ST. A.B.Austin&Co. "THE PRICE IS THE THING" Fone 52 GRAND AVE AND MITCHELL ST. CLASSIFIED : A D S : RATE lc Per Word Per Imim If you want to bo right, uso Sun light. WANTED Light housekeeping rooms. Phone 192. DRESSMAKING 720 West Otero Avenue. 3-3-2tp B. F. WHITE, Building contractor at Reidoria Hotel, phone 135. 2-17, pd6-tf. PULL BLOOD White Wyandotte eggs for sale. Mrs. S. J. Wright, Texico, N. M. WANTED 2,000 pairs of shoes to repair. Clovis Shoe Hospital, W. Grand Avenue. 2-3-tfc EXPERIENCED Seamstress wants sewing, prices reasonable. Miss Bohn, phone 287, 201 S. Axtell. 10-4p NOTICE This is to notify you that I have severed my connection with the firm of Await & Patton, effective February 23rd. A. L. Patton. 3-3-4p NOTICE We renovate old mattress es and sell beds. All work first class. Prices right. McCord & Son 309 S. Main St. 3-3-2tc bargain. Inquire at News Office tf If it is not Sunlight, It is not the best. FOR SALE Two-room house on South Davis. See owner 116 North Lane or phone 393. 3-10-3tp Clean COTTON rags the News office. wanted at FOR REMT'-Furnished bed room, modern. Mrs. Roy Harrison, 514 North Gidding.. "p FOR RENT Nice bedroom, connect ed with bath, also garage. 51.2 W Bent. 3-10-Ztp FOR SALE -Good five room house, would consider good Ford car as part payment Call at 1012 North Rencher St. ltp FOR RENT Nicely furnished front bed-room with hot and cold water in room. 609 North Pile ltp FOUND Man's coat. Owner can have same by calling at News office and paying for this ad. m ltc WANTED Half a dozen or more Barred Rock or Rhode Island Red hens. Also hen with chickens or some baby chicks. Inquire operator News office. LOST Near Clovis, 30x3 Vi nonskid Lee tire, rack and license tag No. 2934. Finder please leave at Clovis News office, ltp FOR SALE Some good fresh Jersey cows. 1 mile southeast of Clovis on Portales Highway. S. R. Cope lard. 3-3-4tp FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode I Island Red eggs, $1 per setting. ,' Mrs. W. T. Wilkinson, Route A, Clo vis. N. M. 3-3-4ti .Crum, rnonn, lexns. - ' .the tests were given four months( gOOD-NATURED AND PATlENT i ahead of time. Many children do nl-, SCHOOL NOTES most super woik. One boy in the i departmental school did an ulmost v.w " impossible task, that of subtracting o i i n i i- : i .. m.. onil, I twenty-four problems of seven digits School wi l close I'rulay, May 20th. I . . ' . .. . . ... , , , ,n four minutes correctly. In addition, TJie annua High School Commence- . ' " , . , , , , ' t ,.,,. multiplication, and long division, ho ment exercises will be held at night.' ' ,, , ........ .. ..... .... , ,. , .was a most conauy iruoii. i nmv it H.i V. 11.11 1 . li'Miii. i.i fcnrjlieh Visitor Pays Tribute to Vlr. tuea Ho Noted as Distinguishing American People. is been secur ed as. the commencement speaker. Rev. Holifield will be remembered y most of the petrous as being one of the best and ima'. inspirational upeaUers in thu southwest. A word of greeting came this week to the superintendent from former superintendent V. A. Poore, who is now iiracticinir law in Tennessee. He- ports indicate that he is still having things very much as he wants them, 4'iul is regarded as one of the most .successful lawyers in his county. The closing week of High School activities will not be featured with a high school dance, as has been ru mored. No dunce has ever been held under cchr.ol nuspicies, i nd while the present administration i.i in office, never will. The Seniors have not usk 4(l this privilege, and they do not ex pect to. The class this year is the Inrgest in the history of the school, mid comes up to expectations in all the requirements of the school. A number of tests have been given recently to determine the relative standing of the pupils of the Clovis schools ns compared with the average school. The scores for the average school arc those attained by exami nations of thousands of children at ttho end of the school year. Our tests showed that in most cases our pu pils were up o the standard, ulthough A while ngo I published n little hook on u tour 1 made In Ainerh a dur- . lug war time. 1 dedicnted It "To the suits were attained w th no espci.il . '(1(,t.l,1(,u , ,. mn cirill on the lundnmentals. The tos s; , mhilwr are given winunit wr.rnmsr. .no uacn- wol.k f ,lt. ,,, lMik I should dedicate It "To the niost good- cr has notice of the day her room will he tested. The results are on dis play in thu superintendent's office. The superintendent-will probably attend the North Central Association meeting which will he held in Chicago. En route he will address the teachers of the Normal University, Iilooniing- ton, Illinois. PROGRESS CLUB WANTED Laundry work. We are prepared to do all kinds of laundry work. We also launder blankets and quilts. Prices right. 115 N. Lane. Phone 393. . 3-10-3tp FOR SALE One of tho best quarter sections of land n Deaf Smith county, located about 10 miles north west of Friona. Price J12.50 per acre. If in the market for farm or ranch land write far our list. M. A. 3-10-2tp Mr. T. A. Quirk of Denver, Colo., is in charge of the Big Sale ihc CloivB Furniture and Undertaking Company is starting Saturday. Mr. Quirk has worked all the Central, Eastern and Southern states and has just recently come to the west. He is greatly pleas ed with the we3t and says he will nev er go east again. In speaking of Clo vis he snys it iB one of the "Livest Towns" he has ever been in, and that menus a good deal, for he has covered thirty states in 1 is travels, and that he doesn't remember of ever offering furniture for tho low prices which the stock of the Clovis Furniture and Un dertaking Company is marked for this sale. Zero in efficiency is shown by those Florida burglars who tried to rob a bank that failed weeks ngo. Denver Times. The News Classified ads get results nn liroil, tolerant and patient people In the world,'' wilies Sir Arthur E. Shipley In the Outlook. Although as the election grew Im minent Interest In It became keen and discussion eager, still I only once heard an acute disagreement between the supporters of the rival candidates, and this was between n husband and wife. It seemed based upon ii funda mental difference of opinion on that most Innocuous and unexciting fluid, , milk. I As a rule the discussions were most J amicable, and usually finished up, aft- j er the method of Lincoln, In n Joke or a story. Their toleration equals their good humor. They bear patiently every variety of religions dogma; these nre almost ns numerous in the fulled Slates us are intent medicines. They quietly endure and Ignore the most Infernal noises. Owing to the enormous distunceg one hns to trav erse In the states, one spends a con siderable part of one's time on the train and It is this reason which pos sibly nccoiuits for the fact that iiiorl Ciins persist In talking on the cars. Mr. Lucas has recently reminded us that Carlylc bequeathed certain books to Harvard university because of his esteem and regard for the American people "particularly the more silent part of them." The Inttor exist not only In the Imagination of the C'helsen phjlosopher. They are perhaps not very numerous, still they exist. Mrs. C. W. Harrison and Mrs. C. W. Smyer entertaim 1 the Progress club at the Harrison home on Tuesday afternoon. Thu subject for the afternoon was "Politics mid Government." Roll call j was answered by political lenders and their achievements." I'arlimentiiry drill was given' by Mrs. E. W. Howy r, in the absence of our pnrlimontarian, Mrs. Mnnson. Mrs. Neff, in n very efficient man ner, gave two splendid readings. M's. lawyer gave a talk on "is'ew Mexico Laws, Regarding Women and Children." The club was pleased to have ns a guest, Miss Louise Wills, mid thor oughly enjoyed thu good things, she had to tell about community nursini: and the many great needs of Clovis. Let's help Miss Wills to make a better I Clovis in which to live. Marlon Elliott sang very sweetly, "In a Thousand Yenrs." The club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Jno. Howard, March 22nd. FOR SALE 4 nice thoroughbred Duroc-Jursey shoats, two sows and ; LOST Saturday morning on either two boars. Weight about 75 pounds. North Mitchell Street or Washing $15 each if tuken soon. E. C. Rogers, ton Avenue, pair of gold frame glass Route A, Texico, N. M. 3-3-4lp'es, nose piece broken on right side. " I Will pay liberal reward if returned FOR SALE Single buggy harness to N,,w8 office,. LLW ltc. on good terms. pood milk cow, North Reed. Or would trude for I. J. Gilliland, 120 Clean COTTON rags 2-10-4tp ' tl.c News office. wanted at FOR SALE OR TRADE Scholar ship in Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas. Thono, write or see n. F. Fears, Fnrwc'l., Texas. 2-3-tfc STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If 1 ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. 1 had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard THEDFORD'S t W. C. T. U. MEETING The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. J. W. Stewart, R09 North Con nelly, Monday afternoon, March 14th, at 3 o'clock. All members a.e urged to be present. We handle nothing but best Mnit land lump coal. The best is tho cheapest. Lane & Sons Grain Com pany. , 1-13-tfc IF YOU PROPOSE building wo enn serve you well. Call und talk it over. Brown-Thompson Construc tion Co., Roon26,narryJ31'K- 25tfc WILL TRADE well secured $1,000 note due Nov. 1, 1923, drawing I Oft interest, fir seme good cowj For particulars inquire at News Of fice. 2-3-tfc FOR SALE About 5,000 pounds of Seed Sweet Potatoes at 4c per pound. Would consider trade for land or lots in Portales or Clovis. See Win. Drautr., Portales, N. M. 2-24-7tp If the flour is Sunlight, thu bread will be right. Keeping everlastingly at it brings success they suy and sometimes a punch on the jaw. Disc Rolling Lathe Work WANTED To swap you a good five room pebblednshed modern house in Liebelt Addition, at 700 North Connelly Street. A few shade and fruit trees and a garage. Will trade for your house on or near Woat Grand Avenue, or will sell on easy terms. Thos A. Bell. ,2-24-4tp recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. 1 do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Qet a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. . ONE CENT A DOSE an MEAT UNDER PERPETUAL EAR Residents and Visitor on Island of Valamo, Finland, Must Obey Law Centuries Old. Every day Is fish day on the little Island of Vulumo, Finland, VI squares miles in area. Almost ten centuries ago monks of the Greek Catholic church embarked on Lake Ladoga to tlnd a new home and landed ou Villa 1110. A tine old monast ry thpy built and framed a law that from that day on no meat sbould ever he eaten on the Island. Recently several members of the American Red Cross stationed at the ltusslun refugee camp at Vlbnrg. made u Journey to the Island and were entertained at lunch In the monas tery Imllt to replace the one destroyed In 17.U The old law Is still observed by the 4.rrt monks now living there. From tho day they arrive on the Island to the day they leave or die no meat Is eaten by them. Husky, strong and living to a g'id old age, this lack of meat its food Is not ap parent In their build. For lunch the Americans bad fish In several forms, fried, baked und In soup, hut always tlsh. Hunting Is barred, trapping Is ta boo, so that temptation In the shape of moat may never come. Smoking also Is banned. WANTED Salesman for 6,000 mile guaranteed tires. $100.00 per week with extra commissions. Cowan Tire & Rubber Co., P. O. Box 784 Dpt. S Chicago, 111. 2-24-2U HOG OWNERS I am buying and shipping hogs and will buy henvy hogs as well as lighter weights. Sec me at Ramey and W lkinson's office or write T. W. Stricklin, Box 82, Tlovis. N. M. 1-20-tfc One. woman can make a home hap py, but two of em can't. Syracuse Herald. 'To Mm that li&th shall be fivm - Wat the Biblical version of our mo4ern laying : " Nothing suo oeedi Ilk auooeH." So It m with Sr. Piorca, of Buffalo, N. Y., w ho, over SO yr ago, gave to tho world a Prescription which has nuvcr baca equalled as a tonic for thn weaknesses of woman. Many women in nvery hamlet, town or city will gladly testify that Dr. Plorco's Favorite Proscription did thorn a world of good. Ask four neighbor. Another of this great physl. clan's successful remndlw Is known as Dr. I'lorcn's Golden Medical Discovery and, llkn the "Prescription," Is now sold by drugnlsts ovorywhero. In both liquid and Ublots. This medi cine was a sucrnss from the start, for the list of mon and women all over the unlverso who have successfully usnd it for indlmstion and as a blood tonic and system builder, mkos an amatlng total of thousands. THE FAVORITE MATTRESS COM PANY is back in Clovis, so you spring housecleuning won't be com plete unless you have yaur mattress made new and sanitary. We renovate all kinds of cotton and hair mattress es. Have a section feather mattress made out of your old feather beds Phono 347. Factory at corner of Mitchell and W. Otero Ave. 3-10-4tp FOR LEASE We have a good amnnth section of Innd located 10 miles south of Friona, which wo would like to lease to someone for thru years, for agricultural purposes. M A. Crum. Friona, Texas. 3-10-2tp Tf you have tried all the rest, try Sunlight, it's thi best. General Blacksraithing Cylinders Re-Bored Satisfaction Guaranteed Kentucky Iron Works Burton & Boydstun, Props. 313 West Otero FOR SALE Good typewriter at a Don't Experiment If thoee remedies do not prove sat isfactory, your money will be refunded. RUCKER'S FAMOUS KORAK REMEDY (The Original &orak Wonder) For all disorders of the stomach, kidneys, liver and bowels. A splen did blood purifier, removes worms from the body, stops bedwetting. A great family medicine. Price $1.00 per box. ' RUCKER'S FAMOUS KORAK OIL For rheumatism and all aches and pnins, corns, bunions, sore feet, also for wire cuts and galled shoulders. Price 75c pot bottle. FOR SALE BY SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO. Clovii, N. M. THE H. D. RUCKER REMEDY CO 11-11 Amarillo, Texas , J. R. DENHOF r"!,l, 5 REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST 15 Years Experience Latest, Most Up-to-Date Equipment All Work Guaranteed DENHOF JEWELRY COMPANY '7 J, ;- ,.k L -j .J. .X A