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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 18, 1921.
EE 32 v II I Optical Announcement o CP We wish to announce to the public that we are now prepared to take care of optical business in first class manner. 0. B. Jernigan Graduate and Liscensed Optometrist is in cluirgc of our Optical Department and with tho. new mid up-to-date equipment we have installed ! is prepared to properly fit glasses and give each, customer just the proper lense that will correct his vision. I I 1 I W I s 112 N.MAIN ST. CLOVIS. N.MEX. B. 5 RANCHVALE RUMORS l Mr. and Mi-s. Rufus Dicks and biiby sp.-r.t s-alurday night and Sun diiv lit the honu of Gmulp.i Robin- aattl 1 . Milcbell-Hualey Mr. Dewey Mitchell and Mis3 Elizabeth Husley wore married last Saturday at the heme of the bride's .ther and mot ser. V. Tate eh'.ppd his cattle to mar ket lust week. Ed White to'. a load of wheat to Clovn l ist wetk nd brought back a load of oil for his tractor. On account of the meetings at the school hou3? the club mt'mber put tho lawn party off until a further date. Threshing i the order of the day now. Robinson brothers drove in their combine Friday after an eight wevk's cutting. They were a tired bunch. The rain last Thursday night put a stop to threshing for the remainder of the wvek. I'lofesjor Jackson and family, ac comnanied by Mrs. Jackson s sister and family, who have been visiting here for the part few days, started for the mountains Monday to upend a few days outing. Rev. Maddock of the Baptist State Evangelistic Work is now holding series of meetings at the school house with unices in the morning ut 10:30 ami in the evening at 8:00 o'clock His talks will do you good, come and hear him. Mr. Hull has charge of the song services. I specialize in the examination and fitting of children's tys C. E. Worrell, Registered Optometrist The Optical Shop in Lyceum Theatre Building 8-11-tfc LANE & SONS GRAIN COMPANY , Implements, Coal and Grain Our Motto: 1 The Price Is The Thins" i See us before you sell S. W. LANE, Manager iFOR 13 YEARS RELIABLE RESPECTFUL REASONABLE FREE USE OF CHAPEL PRIVATE AMBULANCE Magic City Fur. & Undertaking Co. JOHNSON BROS. Day Phone ail Night Phone 339 14. n I n 1 1 nmmw Monti, beeb with i quntion ft HUNT'S OUARANTKKO SKIN DISRAiK RKMKDIKS Uluot'aS.lva anil Si.pi.lall in ht tmlminl if lU'h, Kctame, Rinwra.Tturrothirllck ln aaln diaraeaa. Tr tnia ttaalmaat t ear Hal. SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO. Amarillo Daily News and the Clovls News for $7.20 a year. CfCHISTEnSPILLS CM-akaa.Ura ItlMWfml Yrm 1 A 1-ilU la Bad '" ald !'V boia, wi wltb SJa SlbbM, V ItTZtihm liauNa) riLl.a.u, Mnknn U Smi. SIvMt. AlMTI a .table P. F. WHITE BUILDING CONTRACTOR Court Houaet, School Buildings, Hotel, and Other Public Buildings. Years of experience in erecting public buildinga. Construction Work of all kindi. See me at Reidora Hotel. Phone 13S ! CAMERON NEWS This part was visited with a good rain last week which was greatly ap preciated by the farmers who are plowing their land to sow another wheat crop. The Dunn machine is threshing fur Bob Eaton on the R. N. Sutton farm. Isaac Hahn's parents, who have been visitinir him a short time, re turned Saturday. Mesdames Farmer and Pryor were calling at the various homes hint week i making out a Lea s order. Phil Mote was quite sick a few davs last week but is better at this writing. E. W. Leach has rented his farm to Jim Hendrix and Jess Leach, and intends to have a sale next Tuesday, August 23rd. The Parish machine threshed for .1. W. Kryar lust week. Rev. A. W. Cameron filled his ap pointment at New Hope Saturday and Sunday. S, J. Lnhhnti, who was taken to the hospital at Clovis last week has improved suf ''i'.-'-. -illy to return hone. Cleveland Johnston and family spent the week-end at Clovis. J. Z. lsler has rented his farm to I'uuliin d Phil XI .'to and intends lu have a sale Monday, August 22. Mrs. XI. A. Johnston had a thresh er crew several days last week and this, on account of the rain deliiumt their work. Earl Chamberlain of Goree, Texas, is breaking wheat land for A. A. Dethrage. I speetali.e in the examination and fitting of children's eyes C. K. Worrell, Registered Optometrist at The Optical Shop In Lyceum Theatre Building 8-11-tfc. NOT ONLY IN CLOVIS Similar Cases Occur Daily la TkU Vicinity. Not only here in Clovis but in our neighboring towns, the same good story is heard. An encouraging in stance from Portales is given here, and will be read by us with great Interest. Charles W. Carroll, Box 175, Por tales. N. Mcx., si-ys: "Xly kidneys got out of order some time ago and caused me a heap of trouble. My back was so lame and weak, I could hardly bend over. My kidneys were in bad shape and caused me much an noyance. I felt tired out and had no ambition. Mornings I felt unrefrcsh ed. A friend recommended Doan's Kidney Pills and 1 got some.. About frur boxes of this medicine cured me, fixing me up in A-l shape. (iflc, at all dealers. l-'oster-Milburn Co., Mfgr., Buffalo, N. Y. 9 Clovis News Want Ads Bring Resnlts. Try Them. ENTERPRISE ECHOES A very nice rain fell in this com munity Sunday evening. It was up predated by many of the farmers. The crops and gardens are doing fine, several have had roasting ears out of their fields. Mr. Tom Jones and family spent the day with Mr. and Xlrs. (lee near Texico Sunday. Mr. Simon Cheely is visiting his sister, Mrs. Nellie Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Ware and family are starting on a trip Monday or Tues day. They are going to visit friends in Wheeler County, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Clark and family spent the day in the: Camahan home near Portales. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and family called at the Nicewarner home Fri day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joiner, their daugh ter, Dove, and Simon Cheely went on another fishing trip to Hereford Sun day. Miss Vera Wilson of Post, Texas, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. R. Wil son. Miss Mayme Houston spent Mon day night with Claudia Meador. Mr. and Mrs. A. Struble and Mr. und Mrs. Dale Struble went to church at Moye Chapel Sunday .Messrs. Jim and Frank Harper of Blacktower and Misses Lela and Veda Fortner of Texas, visited the Misses Wilson Sunday. Mr. and Xlrs. Fons of Texico visit- ! ed in the Struble home Sunday af- temoon. Mrs. Vernon Elliott called at the i Joiner home Saturday morning. THAT SUDDEN Sharp' Pain which you ex parleuue at time (Mta I removed. N womau has the right to suflxr whou she caa obtain relief safely, rrtainly and promptly. Suppose you uo have head achei, back aches, extreme and geueral food -for -no th at feellnfs at times? Your carte is uot hopeless. These symptoms are eridenoe that the delioato ;t iaiu of the feaunias) hod has beoom eat of order and needs the help Nature's remedies heetow. Try Dr. fleree's Faor- lt Prescription which the drug gists of this eouatry have been selling ia liquid form for the past 50 years. It oaa now be had ia tablets also. lagredienU oo label. Soad tea cents to Dr. PiwWs Iavalids' Hotel ia Buffalo, N. Y, for a trial package of tablets. Dr. W. M. Lancaster PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Clovii, New Mexico Office Over Mandell's Phone No. 157 S. J. WRIGHT Licensed Chiropracter Over FsrmeM State Bank Hours 9 a. m. to C p. in. Phone 340 Dr. C. L. McClellan Physician and Surgeon Office Over Mandell's 4 Residence, 914 N. Main St. CLOVIS, N. M. TIP f! n VJ A TTTVrT CHIROPRACTOR 113!, South Main Street Phone 101 ft DR. T. E. PRESLEY Ejre, Ear, Note and Threat, of Roswell, N. M., will be in Olo- vis at the Baptist Hospital from the 4th to the 8lh of each month. Disc Rolling Lathe Work General Blaoksmithin Cylinders Re-Bored Satisfaction Guaranteed I rpccialize in the examination a id fitting of children's eyes- C. K. Worrell, Kegistered Optometrist at The Optical Shop in Lyceum Theatre Building 8-11-tfc. LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP "And would you iove me as much if father lost all his money?" ' "Has he?" 1 "Why, no." "Of course I would, darling." : 2 GOOD MEALS AT GOOD PRICES OUR MEALS ARE NOW 60 CENTS Next time you arc down town at meal time, drop into the Antlers Cafe and get the best meal in Clovis for 50 cents. We serve three good meals a day family tyle. (iive us a trial. THE ANTLERS CAFE Ed McDaniel, Prop. Some diamonds are worthless, also leveni grades of coal. The best coal is the cheapest. We have it. Lane & Sons Grain Co. 1-13-tfe! NOT CONTINUOUS car I'asacnircr "Say, doea this always make this much noise?" Driver "N'o, only when it's run nlnjr." Tennessee Mufrwump, The paving will not inter- j fere with us. You can drive in at all times. Where quality j and service reigns supreme. Electric Filling Station 1 Phone 64 tf. GENUINE "Bull" THOMAS W. JONES Veterinarian 200 West Otero Street l'honc 4.-i Clovis, N. M. Dr. J. B. Westerfield Phyiician and Surgeon Office 110',. N. Main St. Office l'honc 231 . Kes. .209 1,4.4, ' Kentucky Iron Works Burton & Boydstun, Props. 313 West Otero t,.. ,..r .r.. 4t -r4 I DR. L. M. BIGGS I Veterinary Surgeon I I'hone 3H1 Clovis, New Mexico t 1 WALTER W.MAYES ATTORN EY-AT.LAW j Practices in all courts Clovi., N. M. DURHAM tobacco makes 50 good cigarettes fcr lUc : DR. H. R. GIBSON OSTEOPATH Treats all diseases, both scute and chrcnlc. Office! n building; on corner north of Fire Station. j Office phone 383. Res. 390. I Clovis, New Mexloo. A TEXAS WONDER. for kidney and bladder troubles, grav el, weak and lun.e hack, rheumatism and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. If lot sold by your druggist will be sent oy mail on receipt of $1.25. On small bottle often cures. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive st., St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Catarrhal Dufneu Cannot Be Cured av itH-ui aiiplkuikiia, ae ihv tanaat react, la- ilia.al-d puruutt ot the rr Tlx-r ia only vat way to curt - aiarrbal eafuaa. a,.d tual ia br-a runaiitiiituoai r-niily. 'uiartlial u.aiiuea la voua.tt ay an In Sam. rondidon vf IS mui-nua llnltif uf th Kuaiahlan Tubt IVh'R tlna tub? la laSaiiM-d uu hut a rumbling aouuil or tin prri-i h.arluc. ans wbnt it it FPllirHy tl,.a.d. l),rn..a la Hit- r-aili I nlaa tb Inflammation --an br rtlm-rS and tbia tuba re-'tr le Ita norma! unnliii,in. barins wi., b S.atroy.4 furrr. Many caaa of 0afnaa ara caua.4 by i-aiarrh whl-'h la an InSani'd rnnSIHnn or th muroiia a-ir-fac-ao. Hall'o I'atarrh Mrdl-'llia acta thru tht blood on Iht niut'otia a-t-fai-ra o? tha yat.m. W, will fy (ma Hnner'd P-iilara r-ir any caat uf ,'aiarrhal O-afnraa (hat i-nnl ba rurad by Hall a t atarrli M-4U'lna. Olf culara (r.. 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