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TSkmmSmm Oldest Established Paner in Currv Countv Official Paner of IT. S. J,and Office 15, NUMBER 3. THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY. JULY 14. 1921. $2.00 PER YEAR PRIZE SHOOT NEXT THURSDAY Clavl Gun Club Announce That Big Pn Shoot Will Be Held On July 21st. shouting miss i of ronti -stunts il out. Private rule! absolutely burred. donated l,v YV. I. LuiUurl & Co. : ()!f j ror i.ovv mane i years niiuiji it inn to the Clovis .Iiuinml. ticket ot Ogg mid Boss Cafe. Fifth High Ccorc 48lb gaclc flour previously announced through tha neu the Clovis Gun Club will . , .. t .!. - nun, a 1K ,, ...i-.w....u,m. , gtuUin., Grocl.ry. the arrangement for which hnve H Scow$Zt00 in work been practically completed. As this I . Burb(;,. Shop. ihoot ha.s been promoted for the pur-i Uw Seoni V(.R,., gubscl.ip. pen of obtaining new members and to .lovj9 to encourage the mediocre shooter the proKr.,m committed has arranged the . N- 225 J"et' Li-ding of the pri.es so that the F.rnt High 8c-,.-e-$3.00 m mer- .nedium shooter will receive the bet- 'handise donated by Mandril Cloth- ter prizes. Contrary to the arrange-j'"" (,0 , . , n(l menu of most shoots where the bet-1 'f . .. , ,i, i,.t book donated by Clovis Nntatorium. L-JI III .I'S Hie IMWlllieu lu Mil" i"oi shooter they are awarded in this case Event No. 125 Target! First High Scon -211b sack of Hour donated by Sullivan's Grocery. Second High Score $:i.00 flashlight donated by Smith & Hyatt, donated bv Nunn Electric Co. Second High Score One Third High ScoreFancy cake do-'filled by Dr. M. S. Smith, anted by Heed Electric Bakery. Third High Score $ .00 in mer Fiuiith Hiirh Score $5.00 meal .chamlisc donated by Roberts Dear- Fourth Event 25 Trget First Hiirh Score $:t.00 in trade tooth borne Hardware Company. Fourth High Score 110 day pass donated by the Lyceum Theatre. Fifth High Score $.r).00 in trade donated by Clovis Furniture Co. For Low Score 1 case Bevo do nated by C. C. Callicott. Fifth Event 25 Targets First High Score $5.00 in cash do nated by Clarence Rand. Second High Score $5.00 in cash donated by Highway Oarage. Third High Score $5.00 in cash ') J D "The Price Is the Thing" AT to the poorer shooter, the belter shooters getting ti e smaller prizes. Hen in is n rc-r.'.plete program and llr- i rl -i I'overnii.g the shoot. The prom an: will ton.-ist of live ev. lit-, of twenty-five targets each. Al, el-'. : nee fee of ? 1 will be cI'.-m-ji .1 ail. event v.lii.l. liiiioiilit in !,-di !i i I,-: : .' f I lords '. ery .-' o ! i i v i i.U ! '. "n-li cvel.t. S'x I; I , I..- iv.aid V. to ! X I t I -e li I f. the X he t d one p' ize I'lVV SCOIC in "ipn: I alter low t un v i i I : furll.cr ! -.o v. II he Any Third High Score ".0 day pass ilo-' tli.iiittiil by Farmers State Bank. tinted by the Lyceum Theatre. j Fourth High Score $!. 00 in cash Fourth High Score f.j.lll) in work doniitcel by Clarence Hand. donated by the Clovis lim ber Shop. I .';fth High Score--?! VO0 saving0 FTth H:eh Score FMiing rod or a.lyUnt donated by First National Lathing suit doi'.alid by Hairy Hard- Itapl;. v. are Co. S,.',ii Hi-.li Sv.iie - ?5.l'l in trade ddliited by Mi'id'-II 1 I'.tl.il.u Co. For Low Seniv-- 1 !: subscrip- I inn to the ( o is News. Fvent No. 325 TaroU : H;:th High Score $5.00 savings account donated bv I h.vis National .r.-t H.eh Si ori ,: .'. Kdid l y eond 11. gh .' ie d .mated bv (Ml ii llU'ch- W. 1. I ::!. t & ,(.H li in I'o lii.ir 1 1 I i !...v S.ore - -."0 fly trap do- t d hy Clovis riainini; Mill. I'r z. s for lio ai r-- who have per- iati d ie not 1'.--. than four ewnt vii: J -1 1 . . t a" mt tai-eels. If con- ; n s i.a- .-hot in (i-.e t-vi r.is tie i ) 1- ;(,. kcori-H v i'.l he Ti d as ha - : I !l: 1 1 1 t II I: SCO'. IV. l'l I ! S. ,!..,, all d I v l'aliv I! . I:: .a'... tl.e I I la .,!. .ill t.'pl .i,lV IA la a i ev rViirt'i lli:.l, S. ' In donal: 'I I y lade !., .no. f-. .-. rd 11 cl. u-ied, d.'l,- M-ird II:i. I, ! S.ao-e.. t d I.V case slv! Co Va r. ,.f ca ' a .lll'.hi - lies of ( ham." ' Summer Lloine$ S3 3 'A I CD ! A. B. AUSTIN & CO. WE OFFER .THE FOLLOWING PRICES ON GROCERIES FOR NEXT TEN DAYS, THURSDAY, JULY 14th TO SATURDAY, JULY 23rd. $10 ORDERS DELIVERY FREE. No. 2 can Tea Garden Strawberry Preserves 60c 48 lb Araarvllys Flour for $2.05 48 lb Great West Flour for ...$2.50 Both the above absolutely guaranteed as good as the best. 8 lb Ccttolene for $1.35 25 lb New Spuds for -$1.00 12 lb Best Head Rice for $1.00 11 lb Sugar for $1.00 Culton Peaches, 2l2 size, per can 25c Helmet Peaches, 2',4 size, per can 35c Libby sliced pineapple, size 2, each 30c Goody Goody Sliced Finenpple 2U size, each 40c 10 lb can K. C. Dakir.g Powder for $1.25 Premium fcloda Crackers, per package 15c Large Nabisco;, per package ... 25c Ail 20 pkg-. Crackers for 15c Heine t Sweet Potatoes, 2 size can at 20c Eclmet Sweet Potatoes, 2K size, per car-e $4.00 1 lb Schilling Tea for 00c Pink Salmon, per can 15c 3 small Pink Salmon for 25c 1 gallon Extracted Hrncy for $1.65 FOR Summer Days HAVE YOU TRIED BEN HUR COFFEE? A. B. AUSTIN & CO. m m (' m fa & )J. Grand Avenue & Mitchell St. Phone 52 Grand Avenue & Mitchell St. These hot summer days call for the kind of clothes that allow the most comfort, the most style, and the most economy. These essential qualities, comfort, style, and economy, are the paramount features of the clothing purchased in our store. Come in and see our complete line of BATHING SUITS Latest models, just the thing for a cool plunge. lor Cigars donated by Flite Confec tionary. For Low Scon $."i.00 fountain pen donated by llenhof .lewelry Co. Second Low Score Box Chani'id lor Cigars donated by I'ost Office News Stand. Third Low Score $10 box randy donated by Murray's Confectionary. For the largest run without drop ping a bird, a If It) pair of shooting glasses donated by the Optical Shop. In case of a tie for any of the above prizes the winner will be decided by shooting, miss and out. Kverybody invited to attend. Trap will open at nine o'clock. Practice shoot at ten targets before regular shoot is perniissable Keg ular shoot will commence at ten o'clock. Frenh Air For Poultry While chicken thieves ?nd other varmints of prey threaten the chick en roost these days when young fryers are tempting, yet one should guard carefully his fresh air supply. A closed chicken House tnose nigms re COUNTY EXTENSION WORKERS leellei t addresses, illusiinting with ATTEND STATE CONFERENCE ! movies the work of Hint department of I'Atcnsion work. F ranch K. Les- County Agent K. C. Ilollinger. ac- j I' r, Prc.-ident of the State Farm companied by Mrs. Ilollinger; and j I'-ureau, was alao on the program. Mrs. F.dna Ihirand, county club lead- After a little swing around the er. accompanied by Mr. Hurainl anib State etiroiite to conference at Al lilth daughter, returned Sunday j buipieniue and returning in which ton evening from a week's motor trip to Las Vegas, Santa Fe und Alhtiiiicr iiic. At Albuipienpie they attended the state conference of Extension Workers, which was held July 0th, 7th, 8th and !th. The account of the melting fol lows: The conference for Extension Worken held at Albuquerque July "-!) was a very decided success from every angle. The attendance was 100 per cent and the program was un usaliy strong. Mr. W. A. Lloyd of the Wajhing ton office gave some wonderful in spiring messages under most eliffi cult conditions and was too ill to be present at the last session. Mrs. lb r.ry Sto"s, nv mber of the board of regents addressed the workers on mid counties were visiti'd the Agents returned to Curry more firmly convinced than that Curry county is the garden spot of New Mexico. Places of gre-at interest Santa Kosa, Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Alhuepireiue we're visited enroute. County county before natural around PHONE;258 PRESSING :jsults in an almost impossible alums-' I'' ''''' "ft-moon wi 'There inn atmosphere so filled with , t tins i:-.-ni that the CLAYTON GET FREE DELIVERY OF MAIL Thru the efforts of the Clayton Chamber of Commerce, Clayton ha been able to secure free delivery of jinail to residents of the town. The new order will go into effect Sept. ,1st. This surely conies ns good news 'and is hut the completion of anoth- ! gooel work handled through our M'oniini'ieial organization. Clayton I News. ing odors that even the flesh ofl''l cement ing of the f.a-li, i,:..l., :t- , i I.-,.,,!, :,. j' operation he tween the worki hridnv iitP-rnoon with such pep re was a very SPANISH FIELD OF OIL SOUGHT ing of co- rs in the I Madrid, Ilisroveries which would phi're inn re'ohi tin. cliielien is Ininli.i. Fresh air is,0!' vital to good growth, ur.d better to i f I1 nnd the 'powe rs that be" in the indicate there is an enormous oil field ...m tl. .-U.l, ,,f lsim- few than to''ii" office. in the I.ozoyn river valley, fifty mdei Ainoi.g these iioin the mi:-ioc thai lrom .Mailrnl, are announe-i'et uy ;eian- I endanger the health of all. So openj . the window's anil door CLEANING PRESSING AiurAiiUiNU i NEIGHBORLY REPARTEE "How did tint bad little yours get hurt?" 'That good little boy eif yours heaved a rock at him." -American Le gion Weekly. broiieht the mesrr.gi' were: (iovemor.ui I Alvarez (ion.ales, a mining en M. C. Meeliun. Carl C. Mau'ee, Edi-'gine-er. tor A i tx i ii t n.ue .lournal, A. li. Sinis.j The engineer said efforts wero President Citizens National Punk, inaele to raise Spanish capital for ex- y of .and Pupert Asphmd of thb State plaiting the field. In the event of el:f- Tn Cemiirsir n Hoard. ficulty in finding Spanish upprt, Mrs. Edith Salisbury one of theiSeiior Cunzahs declared financial Home Demonstration officials from fucking will be sought in Losdeti and the Wasliimrtoii office gavo two ex- New York.