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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, JULY II. t-21
P CLAUD NOTES
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len You Read This Ad
You may wonder why we can under
sell mail order houses.
The secret will be revealed by bringing
this ad to Our Store.
ONE LOT MEN'S WORK
SHOES
Guaranteed to give you
service
$2.25
Other Grades Accordingly
c:;e lot of muts
slack shoes
A Itvd Value
2
Or.e Lot of Cordovan Dress
SI" OPS
$3.23
SPECIAL LOT OF MEN '8
DRESS SHOES
V !!..'; uo to i;.00
El'k .tr.cl Cjiwovan
$4.93
All Sines
YOU'D BE SURPRISED
At the many Bargains you can find at the Surprise Store
MEN'S UNION MADE SHIRTS
COAT STYLE, TWO POCKETS
BEST BLUE CHAMBRAY.
95c
A PAI?. HOSE FREE WITH
EVERY PAIR MEN'S SHOES
MSN'S UNION MADE SHIRTS
TWO POCKETS. GREY
CHAMBRAY
$1.15
THE BEST VALUES THIS
SEASON
Ov.s Lot of Leather Shoes
For Children
95c
A REAL LUCKY PUESH
ASE Men's Union Suits B. V. D.
Stsle-Soft Finish
75c
A BARGAIN THAT WILL
INTEREST ALL BUYERS
Men's Extn Good Hose
F:r Service. 2 Pair for
25c
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, very fine quality 5c each
Ladies' Oxfords, Genuine Brown Kid $3.95
TOIL DE HORDE GING
HAM Beautiful Patterns
21c yd.
This Week Only
ONE LOT OF ZEPHYR
GINGHAM
Yard Wide. Oh, How
Pretty
19c yd.
This Week
JUST ARRIVED A LARGE
SHIPMENT OF HOPE
DOMESTIC
None Better
16c yd.
This Week
BUY EARLY! COMFORTS And
BLANKETS ALL GO AT LESS
THAN TODAY'S COST.
THE VERY BEST QUAL
ITY OF LIGHT COLORED,
EXTRA WIDE PERCALE,
BLUE, RED AND BLACK
DOTS.
21c yd.
ONE LOT OF FINE SHEETS,
72 By 90.
-75c-
SURPRISE
STORE
WHITING'S OLD STAND
( Too Lute (or Lnt W.-ek)
Mr and M . .l-hi. WtV.f.lI Uvr
I. -it i. Imiiim tarty nt
j3 li. V e.-i-t 'Claud In mi', 'I'll'' uuc-nl
.iv Mr. -.n il Mis. I'i' i 'm i'. iuwl s n-.s, J
ji 0,1, II mul Oivill. and M Knh.-all.j
of Ainarillu. Oti.us weiv Mr. ami
tl Mrs. Willis West fall ami daughter 'f:
CI. 'Vis.
$i Hi, Saturday .-vi-r.mr the V-tft.ll j
(U- family r vilmi.nl t i: l-v.-ly
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WHY NOT BUY
CAMPBELL'S ICE CREAM
From The
Little White Wagon
50c per quart
25c per pint
Cones 5c
In You: Neighborhood
Every Diy
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r.ino.M'.ous view
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j I'D 1 ELL THE WOi-'I D
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Hi irr In voir riiloi'i. i .- 1" : ' i , 1 1 1 .- -
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pal, II,- u. i :n H i'l in- f .v ,1.1.-
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(.IHi.S! V';'i 1'S YOUR T!1LE-
A- I". I.OR SILK HOSE?
V. '. ,i .a li'i'i'.'c dan your
I, I I,. v ;;' I .!l-' of your
: i pula, I,'?
!.: HI Hi,'1 pail of i I'-
,! : :,iy ,:!(,. I,i .,. m llu- '.
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l '. nrl' i in .'.!.: -i.K for tin- l'i civa
i,, i (or, .,n- i .I-;, -ay i llu- 1' tivit
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,-i,, ,,. f . nr. , ,1 all "out -I..1V."
iinry ps fh- lalas diini'.i, an or
i y diila'r, mill lliC Iniljill uf vuth
I, p.
Tl,i' :Hl'!-:i" V.ol'KII, uill, V. ho
vl.-il I'll' 'id Iii- iliiiH'c an i vi'iiii '4 or
Iv.o a v icl. il iii os thivo miles on i-acll
su.li i,.iw, Mi-. I'lirlaii y.
I r. iii,. i ii li'ai lia'-i, ii irirl ran at
i r,l I'r i ilaiici s with our p ur of
li ,i il.-.m-ci- ran K'i'l f fli ir.-
mil of a p.'ir of ..(rkinir. ILi- ..vt-f-
:r won, ,n Mimil,! In- al'lr lo v alU
f, ,!', f,. :, i1, l.ofiiri. t l-a-y a''i' v.oni
i, nl. Mis I'lu l.ili In Iii M'-.
Tur. oii.iE.cr
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THE WORLD'S WORST fUN
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! Kx-I.ool, A. V.. P. (ni n -laiiianl I :
N'.'-Waitri-, I oi-ilrri'il two r.L'irs. Why
Is- have you lirmiirhl mr only our?"
'f, Wiiihr, i x-K.l'., A. K. I-',
j oiu- i-KU iii mi ocuf."
I .Mr I', rl : "I v, ml !u ti l ' np lo:-
i i -i'. My wif "
In .'.nrior': "Hal o',i c.Mi't f u'l;t
' wif. "
'r I'.cl. "I l.laiV. !l. I 111 no! rv 'II
ii.i" to try. What 1 wart i. t- I")
aiilr to land m i.'-hnn nl."
lie "Wi.li!. 'II lilt' so ilirailflllly
lop-Hal."
Sin- "How so'.'"
Hi- "Well, lliry'l'i' iilwuys I'rllli'lll-
lircaiisc I'l-rimr lln'ii' Ihi I Inlays, Imt ih vi.'i- tlu-ir
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We Announce
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To mil- iiiiiiiy l i-ii-iitls ami i-iisImuuts "t 1 1 : 1 1 we luivc
iiiovcil )n (iiu- new liM-al inn tlnvc lilncks smitli of our
nl'l liM-alioii. ami arc now at llic ci-ii('i' "' (ii-and Av- X
cniic ami 1'iin- Slrcct. mi tin- rnriii r ly llic Oark t
Trails Mmmiin-iit. :
Our ivpair t ! -1 ;t 11 incut is llic larcsl in Clnvi.
la-ki'd liy I'mii'li en years x j ri i n' in smni' of tin-
l.ii'cst ami lest ciii:i)C( simp-; in the Mas).
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tla baptizing.
HOLLENE HAPPENINGS
(Too late for last wock)
llolh'iio was visited with nnother
rain last week.
Several of the fnrmrrs attended t1( is(
tho picnic at C'lovis and on account Mr. J, V. Manning was calh il to
of the rain some have not lelurned. Oklahoma on aocoiint of his siater'.s
Sows of the farmers have part of
Rev. Cameron filled his appoint
ment Sunday and Sunday nmht.
Who will be Rind when summer
school is out?
(iratidiy.a Chandler has been on the
sick list, but is better at this writing.
Mr. Huntzincrr has also been on
their wheat in the slacks.
The wheat is too Rieen for the com
bine to run.
Mr. David Yoiinir who was in the
Monday, the 4th.
The Sadies.
AIN'T NATURE GRAND?
With a view to possibly ii'diiifi the
cook's mind to a iiuieter summer hut
than she had worn the previous sea-
Obituary
Mr. David Younp died in the U. S.
II.,.,,,il..l t I ....... .11 C.I I.... Illll,
ii.'.'ii'.i tii uunn.-ii, u,l, u I lit, , uiov, ft( ,
, ,. ... , , , , S(,"i Mrs. Smith spoke of some vio
i at .1:00 o clock, where he had none a I , , , , . . ... ,
, . .. , . it- i b-ts she had seen in a milliner s win
short tune mro for treatment. His!
inness was uie result, or nis Di'inj;
passed while in the army overseas.
He was twenty-three years of aire
and had lived in Hellene only a short
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'They're almost exactly like those
in our garden, Marv," she said.!
"You've seen those often." j
"Indeed I have, mum" returned, J
W c l-clmi'i' r hmlcrs. l-eeliai'Lie liuiU'lH-tos, fi'-llll'll
crankshafts ami ih repair work mi any make nf car
or truck.
GAS STATION j
Grocery Store and Cold Drink Stand I
Gas 21c per gallon. Oil 20c per qt and up
We handle Texaco Oils and Mobiloils.
We have the agency for
FEDERAL TIRES
and the
li:,.... n: ...ir- a- .1 ..i .i.. i...f
serious illness. She died before he " " " "r " llary. "I was arter waterin' them this
ne moveu nere irom rtrwinsas. . , , . ,. .. , - , i Y
,, . . ,, very ninrnni. Am t it wonderful. I
He leaves a little bahv, a father, n , ,
, , , , . I mum, how natural the Lord can make 1 1
mother four brothers and three sts-l., , i
reached there.
Miss Mabel McDouirall is visitinit
relatives in Oklahoma.
Mr. Chitwood has purchased a new
V. S. Hospital at Iinswell, died, and car
win buried in the Hollene cemetery. Mr. Chester Hartley made - trip
The row crops arc looking fine to Clovis Wednesday.
nft r the rain. Mrs. W. II. Foster and children
The fields will be too wet to work visited with Mrs. Honey Stith and
in for several days. 'children Thursday,
Miss Myrtle Hartley entertained
several of the younK folks Sunday.
Miss Kula May Hartley stayed with
her sister, Mrs. Lena Harrison, last
All l ad a nice dinner. During the week.
nfterhoon they drove over west to, Mr. .T. A. Madole killed n beef
ter to mourn his loss. They have the
sympathy of the entire Hollene community.
Card of Thsnki.
Mr. and Mrs. Herry Punairan and
Mr. and Mrs. Honey Stith and family
wisl. to thank their many friends and
neighbors for their kindness and flor
al offerings durinp the dark hour of
the death of their sons, Guy nnd
Homer.
tlu-m.?"
PREPARED
"Ole." Faid the preacher, to the,
Swedish hridi'frronni-tn-he, "do you
take Hilda Sorneiison for your lawful
wedded wife, for better or for
worse?" I
"O, well," replied Ole cloomily.
"Aye s'pose Aye gvt little of each.
NAVAJO PATCH
Best on Earth
ALL ACCESSORY PRI JES CUT
CITY GARAGE
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Phone 379 CLOVIS, N. M. Ring the Bell
OPERATING PUBLIC CAMPING GROUNDS
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