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Oldest Established Pacer in Curry Countv Official Paner of U. S. Land Office VOL. IS, NUMBER 3. THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1321. $7.00 PER YEAR Citizens Are In Favor Of Strong Public Health Service o County Com.niioner Hold Special Meeting Monday to Dicu Fin ancial Public Health Service. W.lii the action of the Kiwanis Wednesday, in recommending the half mil! levy (or public health work in Curry, practically every organiza tion in Clovis is bucking the movc ni'Jiit. Thi board of county commissioners will moot Monday to consider the ad visability of immediately passing the levy, as recommended by the state health department. Suili u lev, would, according to Dr. ('. K. Wnlicr, r.'ute health officer w I i) visited i, Clovis- last week, c:i al !e the city and coenty to take a lur.vanl step toward keeping vci.tvss of till l..nd-. cl S." f'lM would lie i le ; , :t 1 a.'ci.r.!.iig to ! gi d. i -prim. in, i I - ti.. LEGION DANCE WILL BE GIVEN TUESDAY The hall in the McClelland building ove'i' Mundell's, will be the scene next Tuesday evening of the first of a series of dances that will be given under the auspices of the American Kiwanis Has k SplencM Program ATTaCHCa!! LCglOIl A. B. Austin had charge of the Ki wanis Club program lit the Wednes day luncheon and an interesting pro gram was carried out. County ConimiAs'.oner, John D. Fleming talked on county affairs that sre of interest to all tax payers. Mr. Fleming asked the views of the club on the proposed half-mill tax levy for I county health purposes and the club T.iri(ji. Mr. McClelland has agree.) to let ! I,ut its unaniiiioui endorsement on the the boys have the use of the hall free of charge. Post Adjutant, Ray Har rison, unnounces that good music has been secured and the dance will be a good one. Texico Road To Be Maintained Stal Ilighw: y Fngi-ii ei- (illicit ha.'. Si i! Lientciiui-.l (iovcruor Duen .1. tlu.t inst uelioiij. Imv been i- I' fi lit - ie i I 1: I.. -I I 'I.1 1 li um il fur a . i hi ,1 a lc.il In, would wit'. '. pa; ' ncnt. r..v i. ii'. v: i; 1 mm n.eoti.' r ,, I m v 1' ' '.; l.-.t .'hi g ' ' ..'! i - ". I . '.' t 1 i ' I a., il lo : 1 cunti .v.d f i ::'i ' r .1 il' pi! ct'ir, i c,.. I. '.: jt ct wh e'lig nocr to have : the ke i V .ai.c proposed expenditure. Dr. C. L. McClellan pointed out some of the benefits to be obtained from assessing the tax. He said it was a measure to prevent sickness rather than cure ills and that it would cosi a man w ith a $1,000 home only oik- per year. The doctors, he main tained, were unanimously in favor of the movement though he adu.itted the i ii. t build .i.i I ic". to ' I in:. ml' i.ni l ev, - ! 1.1,1 I -lie lo'ul. nditure would make I lie physicians. . W, Harrison spoke to to our Yi org P "nl, " .is A. Hall tai.., (I n .Hi 'lit." less pructivc "What in il J.i-g. u i. Will Hold Auto Races Next Saturday GOOD PROGRAM IS ARRANGED Mickey & Company Wins From Clovis The old adage about the country boy's triumph over the city boy was domonntrnted' again Sunday when M ckey's team from Bellview walked over the Clovis baseball team by a score of fi to I. Mickey, who until recently whs the slur pitcher ami outfielder of the ('Iocs nine, and who left the diamond to hiirve.il a wheal cmp, invaded his oid Iiaiiiits v. ;ii a learn of firmer li! who ni.t In yi-il the homo rir grcga' v. . I MONTOYA WANTS POSTMASTERS NAMED SOON1 ro Tin; v on rs or CLKKY COUNTY, N CLOVIS WINS TWO FROM WEm spn t.-l II, e Pell; .-T.iai'.-li ml V. Washington Congressman Mon toya in conference with the represen tatives of the post office department has submitted u list of post offices where 'he post muster's terms had ex pired asking the department to hasten examinations that the regular post masters may be selected and installed. The following lire the names of the towns and cities in New Mexico where the postmasters term has expired mid it is ul th"M" places that Mr. Moiitoya is illivmis tile eMilllili.il ions sliollln he I... tciicd. Aluniorgnrdu, Aztec, Can izo.o, I imarroii, thi'ton, I lovis, ( in 1 s im I . I lluliil'l all, I hlu ill, KaWSOII, I'l'IIMII'.'. ; I es Mo ne', li.pai:o'ii, 1 .siaiicia, foil ., diiiiii i, lieh'. i, II, , Ii , la., iias. Races Will Be First of a Series of Attractions; Another Big Event Coming in August. "The rain stopped us on the Fourth, but it can't keep us from giving the people of Curry County a good racing program." '1 liis is the statement of members of the Int'iil post of tin- American Legion in iiiii'ouiii.ing the automobile. for Hi t Sat 'inlay iif It-rnuon. 'i'l" I i-..i-l,. according to nniiniiiu-e-in i ie excellent coutlil inn, and i i; tl-te.- em -i -- h, dn'i'd for cit i y on .1,.. III. hi. ,V w il! I'uitiii-h the niii'ii ev : I of f-'.i! .ir. lay's plug ''inn. . II Will.aiu will drive a rebuilt will drive U l'-.vie, jiii-I I'oilg- il etili i a lei', Hit e n will also he of si i-ippetl hold I lout . ri-yele I ace ,ni will I', llo' be- evei's c.hich la. i. .1 .1 'i.. D i I- I.. I a f.l ,. p.o I" .1 .c I v, Ir, I iiii y auv.i. t:iL".' i t ii u her 1 1 .1 . . ( e ol 1, Ii.--.i-, h i."l. it l re no , oi l;, sl'onhl l.ot ' - mi '. i,o,l uf in,-1 eon, I t ii. s." ' :ti ,i i ! !o FAVORS BONUS title Hope For Franco of Bill Re lief of Soldi i; But Legion Mt.n Voice Opinions. Il, th ROOK PARTY COMPLIMENTING MISS MARY DELANtY M. lor, ol ul 11 1. i.i.... o have '"-I ' heir sennl , rv. Ie. lining o. ,-'..- all un i New busy this v. !. r and con;:res-- r F. S. !';! .i.i IV i Ve l Il l l.-.ec. r, ol. I'm r i lill'u. s o v. .1 t. S- u .11 . I Ala- y, I'el'oll, Ho .: I .'ii.l Ci si lc. tell. I. g mill, what thev thii.k of the propost-t lull prov;diug rel.-'f for soldiers who I'm i.-hi in the win 1.1 ar. Me.-sages were sei'l by Hay Har risei., lol.iular.t of the local post, i.eiir'.ily i iidoisiiig the lull, mid posts 1'iom thioiigluuil the si. .to have done, likewise. I'ri's ii.-'atcl.e-- uulii ale, IioWi ver. that the bill will I"' side-lrackei! fur. ll.oi liii-i liar.ihaw, Certi lule I the ti 'll' legislati.-n, awl Unit its ia uil, F.tL.I Ai'ileison, Dr.'Xel sage ill the Ileal future is iniprob ,!i i llowi'.an and M.-'srs. ! able. S."f relary Mellon si;,ed that - f la M -s Mary :,-!:.,! in. .li lt, i en -in r, : he f illoV.,1- rtaiiio.l Tluirs- ( ei. in honor of i llelaiiiy when Hi. I t far the eshiuenls w ,-re : Misses i:-,:,v ! i i i.i- ih li ved good II. I .ClcilOUl til. I'li'l- t lie I'.ri.ll-'.t :oll 01 Hie ' ' ' "' .. ,. " I .,-11111.1, lili'.ll '. t, It, ,lt, til., ltd.-. :i ""' ' ,! "' ! 1 ' '" ' ifi'Vincl.'!', .M..!!.!nl i. Mi.xv. il, M- o .;-.: t hi i I.,-. I a', u tiulua. ' : .. i .. ..... o . -.. , I 'ah , S,x. .. 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II ond ganu . A It hat '; do;. I' Willi two lots, oil! t -lil 'cell men. ( a . e ( hist tame, hut v a ; chu'iu- c! to thin! ;n the si-C'iiil game, wlr'e Cnv.-inaiigli worked v. i:h Al-.ln.i's in I he second game. N't .l WeeK presents a heavy sche dule for the Clnvis team. Tucunic.in wi' probnbly lay return '.rallies In re Monday and Tuesday. Then the team Hays IMainview, there, We.luesiki.v iti.d Th.irsilay. and goes to Flnyd'nla for t,vo games Friday and Satunlav. I... I.: lh.v' l i i .'il Slev. Shalcv, l.il 'Oil, -an ' Ain't It Glorious? Cokes Are Down!,, Il'.'i-oi, I'i'Wt r-, Kay I'tv.ers, ,Ioe such a measure at I he present time St tliir.g-. I.i.iim I .lolii'Si.e, Tom I'.-n-' would endanger the nation's linaii tlergi is-, (iii mi .If niigaii, Clarence I cial standing, and President Harding llohdy, l.a-il New-it', and Perkins Pat-' has urged that it be referred to a ton commit iee for furl her investigation. in't il a grand and glorious foclin".'" A long time ago some hilarious gentleman invented that lit- i tie phrase, and if lie hadn't heat us to it we'd have invented it ourselves. ! For that's just what we thought Chicago, .Inly 12. -limployes of ih. Anurii.tii Puilway Fxpres. 0111-I'-.u.v will receive a wage reduction of I' ct ul.- an hour, beginning August 1. under a decision of the 1'niled Stales railroad lithor board today. 1 i. eel Mill af'eet ui eiiiplo;'('s- of the i Kin i a y except n few hundred shop L'li, iihout o(l,0lilt workers, or 2a per ut under the iminial force being in the oxpi'e-s si rv ice at the present time. No redact 'on of express rates is coi tomplated at this time as a re sult of the wage cut, express com pai.y officials said today. II is estimated that approximately f int Ex'.ention Movies Started Courtly Fridny; Other Film To Be Secured Later. ;.lans t o make good the ih licii . "We win t iiiai.e the American la g "li a lie olgimiiiat ion for the lift o I- mid Cm rv Con nt v ." l. .mi oi'li'-i'is staled yist' I'.hiv, "and in spit e of on r in i - fort lines we are go jn ji.tg to can y out our proe. mm of good, oh .-nine enli rtaininent." The liiV't film to It., used hv the ex- l lisior service ill oolitic. I -on w lh its ed'ical iona! campaign aim ng llu boy.-' and girl..' clubs ami in genera! agvi fill' tl Mil ii.t' ii l', w;,s it eeiveil loil.-.y iHal will he shown ill live places by Iho county ag. nt and munly club leader. I The pieture ctiiis.st ..f three reels BOiNG SKIPPED Quality FbII Far Below l.r.M Year's Crop, But Yield Will Probably F.quil That Of 1920. on chili work in South In l Olio to he receive reel hhn on the fa r Carolina. Tin il w 'II he a tw o and rodeo at liien ine coca com market crashed ; k.ihmihih will lie sliced on the an 1'VTtV?VVV;'VVTVTVVTYV?TVVV,fVVVTTTV'fTT'fVfT'.T?TT MlllltlltV T - WEEK'S NEWS IN BRIEF morning anil our favorite drink dropped lo a niie a shot ut all J(lhe local fountains. Of course, with other prices com- ....4...4..4..4..;..4...4.4..4....4.4.4....4...4.4.4,.4,4.4.. i'lg down, along with our incomes, we I just kiiiela wo'ielcred why the lowly be made through bunks in each lo- coke clung to its highbrow price but culity. i ten cent coke is better than no coke Another Theory Exploded Another theory failed to inateiiul iv.c, Tuesday night, when sixteen, six inch rocket bombs were discharged over London in uu effort to cause rpirliill and break Kngland's eighty ! iy drouth. Thousands of people WalJud the experiment, but the we-ii hi rmaii would not be tempUd, mid the drouth st II holds. Discuti Diiarinament (it-eat P.i ::.ii"., Frarce, Italy, .I.'ip an ltd Chi; a have ofiicially accept ed Presii' iit Ilarilitig' invitation to no. e! to the near future ami discuss p!il"S for world-wide i! i.-armamelit. Loans Available Monday The liftv million dollar live stock pool, subscribed by bankers through run! labor hill of the company under the reduction, with the present num ber of employes. The company nor mally employs between 70,011(1 and To, 000 workers. nut the country, will be nvatlnii.t' Monday, recording to announcements j May 18, 1019, hut after a forced land at all, so we didn't say anything. Fighting Stopped Way back ill the dark ages, a nickel Fighting in Ireland has stunned, i W;S "W.v respected for it had purch- and today Kanion lo Yiilera, heael of asi"f power. Whe n prices went up the unrccognk'.od Irish Republic. "fll'r Wl"' Wl' discovered just how meets with Lloyd George. British "ve cei-.i piece premier, to discuss terms of settle-' w:,,,"'"'f'"1 '' enibln'l buy anylhing. ni'.-nl of the Irish iniestion. The Irish ( (l11 l'''hs had soareil, the morning .liiestion has been a thorn ill the Ih sh ' "I"'1' '"!,, Bl'V('11 ee-nts, and th" five of world peace for some time, and the t'''"t sl"'-'i" was entirely forgotten, outcome of the conference will be A1niit the only thing a nickel was watched with interest. ,("' xv;,s o put in the kid's sav- jing bank or rattle as a bluff when rA-emom Pilot Killed w-f Were about broke. Lieut. Harry Ci. Hawker, who waul Iiul now the war's over, ami cole '.he first pilot to attempt a flight across are down where they useal to he, i he Atlantic, was killed Tuesday when ami we aren't ashamed anymore to the plane in which he was (lying fell be seen in company with a nickel, several thousand feet in flames nenr ''0, Boy! A hit it u grand and glor l.ondon. The little Knglish flier made ions feelin?" !-.is attempt to cross the A'lanlic on Big Shoot Held Next Thursday mail" Wednesday. Since the pool corporation has no machinery for in vest gating applications, the loans will ing they were rescued by a Robert Mitchell and K. L. .Tr., little Danish sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McCnulev, Prizes valued at more' than $100 will be given away next Thursday when the Clovis (inn Club will hold its fust merchandise ;ltool tt tile sea-; .-on. The object of the shoot, according lo (il'licers of the organization, is to promote inlnrest in the club, and gain new members; an. I the prizes have' been arranged so thai the medi ocre shooter will rt-ceiv. the best prizes. I There are live events, ami prizes will be awarded on the basis of four event:!. The second section of the, News curries the full list of prizes. I liallup, N. M. Orders are now being placed for lihns to he used during the local club fairs and the county en c.'iiiipment of boys' and gills' clubs this fall. i The schedule' for the first film fol lows : duly Kith, S:00 p. m., Texico. First l Baptist Chinch. I July Kith, !i:.'!0 p. m., firmly, school house. July IXth, K:(iO p. m., St, Vrian, school house. July lPth, :t:00 p. m., Hill McDan iel, school house. July 10th, 8:00 p. in., Havener, school house. Approximati Iw. nty cars of wheat sliipoed from Clovis dining the Week, according to statements issued today by local elevator nu n. Harvesting on the big crop van started us soon as possible' lifter the heavy rait.s of July .th ami filli, and will go I'lu'itil rap'dly until the job is finished. The rains May I 2th and l.'Hh saved tlie country's wheat crop from drouth ami ut the same time eamiil a heavy growth of suckers in most of the fields. These younger shoots are not yet matured, while the original stand has been ready to thiesli fur some, lime. For this reason, wheat coming in now is of poor grade. Weeds, too, have' interfered with the epiality of the wheal, and a laiyo part of that brought in Ibis wee k has been damp. Out of approximately twenty em's .-hipped, only a few loads of wheat brought in have been No. 1 grade, the re-it has ranged from No. 2, down to i lh.' sample grade. TEXICO BROOM FACTORY HAS BIG CAPACITY (J. F. ('. Fons, manager of the Texico-Farwell llrooiii Co., was in '!....:.. 'i' t M .. I- i.: . i ioy is iiiesi a;. ,m , r ous ii s l is i"n i r i ., . ' ,.' With ii week of drv weather, the "room lacioty now nas a capacity oi fifty dozen brooms a day. l tvl,,.t nt i... t i. :.. .,- ,i hi wj;,ii III. I oeal elevator men predict that the 1021 crop will eipial that of 1020, .pialny of tin t is probable wheat has improved, that some' very gooel NEW FILLING STATION OPENED THIS WEEK Steitnier 8."0 mi coast. es from the The new service station of the Con tinental Oil Co. was opened for bus- The City (iarnge has moved from ines the fust of the week. The Vigil Avenue to the corner of Prince company lias e reeled a very beautiful and Fust (irand. Mr. Price has also building on South Main Street ami Irish who have been quite sirk are much moved his free auto camp ground to. will retail as well as wholesale the improved. 'a site near there. 'prodin'ts of the company. w llil h WiU C: ' lion bushels. timatcd at nearly a mil- An unusual occurrence has been reported from an Ohio farm where an ewe gave birth to five perfectly formed lambs, all of which arc living .''iol healthy.