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THE CLOVtS NEWS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 18, 192!.
Official 1'npcr of Curry County EDWARD L. MANSON Editor and Publisher I who fill public office are fair tar-1 time they pit a "cold check" is i1 gets for anything wu .-house to sheut ! posted up in the show window of the at them. fturc receiving the check. Many That in one reason why so many come around and redeem the rherk Entered at the postof fico at Clovis, New Mexico, an second class matter tnder the act of March 3, 1879. TKKMS OV SUnSCRUTIOV One Year ...J2.00 fix Months r"1 J n if. men of high executive- nhility per sistontly refuse to accept public of fices. They never shoot at random them selves and they do not caiv to serve as a target for peopio v, ho da. It requires skill ami good Judgment to drive a bullet into die center of a mark, but any kind of a loo;,' tongue l.ufl; can pepper u public ot.'ieial a:. til h.s ' giiindmuther wouldn't know him. and it is said the posting has had the effect uf stopping the bad check habit. AMI K'l AN l';lS V-K I VriON liAMMKUIt ITIil.lC (I! I'll . M.S When we -In, el at a mailt on a tree e take c. in ful aim in ord' : thai in error of judgment ma." be made. AVe want to "i.d.!' .1 dt .id cer.'. bit - no (ion t wu i ilie iiiinn;i i'eii i.i an,,.., -wild uhnt or of a n i. 11111. pie. .Many wnn liai. sKeptii-.il uiiout farming opera - I lions wore given ev!d nee of the But. when we shoot a volly of criii- wonderful development the country ism at a public .ifta-ml we are not ' has n ;.de. 'I lie fair this year should ;ilwiyn a car' fill as wh-n shoot im; at ' he ie i.le t'i at. st event in the "!! j Ill-til..'.' ,. 1 , e.,,:ty. V.'e do no I ahvay .iudv Hi-., d s- o 1:inre, our aim is w al-.vay.-- eorreitj Down at Childress the men h and sometimes we just h'.rv .! ; ants have hit upon a good scheme to at random, on the ill oillmt peopl.-. stop the bad chvel; hiil.it. I'.vciy lieports show that there are three million dollars in taxes due in the state for 11)20. The percentage ofi taxes puid ranges from 85 per cent!' in llenrulillo County to as low as 40, per cent in Leu County, l urry i county stands not flir from the head ot the list in taxes paid. Lt Curry County will have a fair ii this l'-ilt !iut it u-iM I,.. Ih.h.ip! Cnrrv ('nnnlv'n porn n.-.t.t ns .,..!! - " " "v , ' ' "r " , than ever. Last year's fair was a "s the maize and kaffir croo. is now I great education and encouragement practically made since the recent to the peop'e of the county. Inhibits i rains. Il will be the liirgcst yield were on display that v. eie a sui'i'i'.re! in the history of the county. Few revelat.on to hundieds uf pen Many who bad been mine or The Optical Shop Located in Lyceum Theatre Builidng .il', la;; make three big crops in accession as Curry has done SOME GOOD AFTF.1 ALL Sixth Annual Round-up Tucumcari, New Mexico September 5, 6, 7, 1921 3 Big Days; 3 Wonderful Nights Dancing Every Night Program and Purses BRONK RIDING Prizes Entrance lYo $10.00 Daily if.)(UM $30.00 $20.00 1st 2nd 3rd Finals STEER BULLDOGGING Prizes $r((i0 Kntram-e Fee $10.00 Daily 1st $50.00 2nd $30.00 3rd $20.00 1st . 2nd 3rd Finals Int. $100.00 $(K).00 $40.00 STEER RIDING Prizes $W).00 Entrance Fee $5.00 Dailv 1st $35.00 2nd 20.00 3rd - $10.00 RELAY RACES Prizes $150.00 Kill ranee Fee $25.00 Dailv 1st i $1011.00 2nd $50.00 WILD HORSE RACES Prizes Daily Entrance Fee $5.(10 1M $30.00 2 1 id 20.00 3rd $10.00 FREE FOR ALL HORSE BRACES Prizes $150.00 Knt ranee Fee $10.00 One Day Only 1st $100.00 2nd $50.00 2nd $60.00 3rd $40.00 CALF ROPING Prizes $500 Knt ranee Fee $15.00 Dailv 1st '. $50.00 2nd $30.00 3rd $20.00 Finals 14 $100.00 2nd $(;0.0I) 3rd $10.00 WILD COW MILKING Prizes $150.00 Knl ranee Fee $5.00 Dailv 1st $25 .no 2nd $15.00 3rd $10.00 ROPE HORSE RACE Knt ranee Fee $2.00 One Day Onlv 1st $25.00 2nd $15.00 PACK RACE Knt ranee Fee $15.(0 l'ln-se $15o.')i i One Dav Only 1st $75.00 2nd $50.00 3rd $25 00 ADMISSION VILL BE REDUCED FROM $1.50 TO $1.0). GRAND STAND AND AUTOMO BILES FREE. Parade and Grand Free Barbecue First Day Addre8 all Communications to DAN TRIGG, Manager If ihe kiddies coiue nivv'injr up to n: As I chance along th.'ir vvny; If lin y invite me to t;,civ play ; If ili'y ciime to show me a sore t i ('! tiis to me their h:,l, l'he:i I think better of my,;!:' . I'm some good after hll. old fid'.s call to me for ;li. ,1 id kr.ovs, gladly, I'll comply, I'o li' li lh"ir uvei load to lift, , Or 'bread a nee, Hi 's eye; I If tiiey know I'll lu the best I call l 1 1 I nut afraid to call, T ien I thinlt hct'er- of niyself I'm simie (foiul jifU'r .ill. If the ilui-s coir.e ti.iilinif on behind I As I ,a. down the street ; 1 If they know I am to dumb brutes kiul ; And paw me with their feet, I If they come irhully wafrninjr tails To my whistle or my call. I Then I think better of myself I'm some tfnnd after till. If the ladies stroke my reddish hair, And sit. upon my knee; A little hnnd within my clasp, And they believe in me, If they listen to the talus I tell And for my "bunk" will "full". Then I think Oh, Boy! , Then I think better of myself I'm some (rood after all. Cunadiun, Texas, Record ! , ; ! ; 1 I PRAIRIE DOG MEETINGS TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK ! : I Is the only Optical estallklrjtont in the city that deals "EXCLUSIVELY" with the o-iv.ri..-tion and fitting of eye glasses. REMEMBER--I specialize in the exar.ib.tiik ii and fitting of children's eyes and school start:; rrxt month. Play fair with your children and don't them go through school with defective vision or strain. It's better to be safe than scrry. If you ; vo in doubt, bring your children for an examination. I will gladly tell you if no glasses are needed. KNOW. See C. E. WORRELL, Registered Optometrist At The Optical Shop Where the Best Glasses are Made In Lyceum Theatre Building. CLOVIS, N. M. I GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION Bioloi;icul Suncy District Fore man, Victor VunGeison, will be in Curry County August 22 to 25, in clusive to help with dispensing car bon bi-sulphide and poison grain for destroying prairie dogs and to answer inquiries and give assistance on prob lems with ground squirrels, kangaroo ruts and mice. The schedule below will be followed and you should see Mr. VunGeison at one of the follow ing points: Hill McDank'l community,, Mon day, August 22nd. Bellview, Tuesday, August 23. Clovis, Wednesday, August 24th, County Agent's office. Melrose, Thursday, August, 25th, headquarters at Melrose Cooperation. The carbon bi-sulphide is very dif ficult to handle and you should make it a point to get your supply ul one of these places while the material is being dispensed. Bring a jug or tight' bucket to carry carbon bi-sulphine in. I mm New Clarifier We have recently added a new clurifler which absolutely removes all foreign substance from the milk and we guarantee our products to be as good as the best. Milk from the McCluskey Duiry may be obtained at all times at Murray's Confctionery. Easthum's Grocery. Hadley's Grocery, rhclp's Grocery. City Garage. he wagon delivered New Want Ads $ring Results. Telcphono us 97 Where quality and service supreme. And also from The supplies are sold at actual cost.;"1 .v"1"' 'louse. The price of tlui curbon bi-sulphide is I $I.G0 per gallon and the waste balls MrCll!KfV DaifU M. L. MeCIX'SKRY, I'rop. 'Tc per hundred. MOYE-HILL McDANIEL PICNIC Life, Accident, Health, Auto Insurance Notary, Rentals, Lffil Papers NO DEAL TOO BIG, NO BUSINESS TOO SMALL F. S. BURNS Lyceum Theatre Building REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Phone 194 Ciovis, N. M. ''t'.H..:..:..4....; The club mcmbfiH and "their fam ilies" met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. li. Douglass for a real com munity picn'c: Tuesday. Ihe pressure conker fiu'r work at twelve-tliirt,, ami Lht- tao'es were spread on ihe from lawn in the shade with sent convenn ntly no'ir. There was the "u.-.ia!" .'linimlaixi! of LffOCY cigarette all good things .ueompanieil by ice cold lemonade donated by Ai', ,1, (', -d its Hiilliday. Mr. K. A. Douglass, with I lie a.-.d-l-ance of County .eent Hol!iii;ei'. ;ai- perintended the tntertaii'P'.cnt and iriinies for the diiv which consisted of potato races, blind foil wheel bar- 1 rowing, etc. It A !a a: merrv i;r, round in tho or- chiiril 'apt the Iitt! t.du i i! t .t t (!. t Lute in tie afterno 1 1 two l.irgo pack- I ers 'if ice crea,n vvie uprm d. as u- J heat from Mr. and M:s A. I!, Doug- hiss :iii(i n perl'eil day tai!e to an X end when the lat youngster declared Mr r aimer lip could not hold another bite. Try a meal at the White Hose Cnfc. ' and the Cot! You will like the service prices are reasonable. 7-21-tfc. It has just r.bovt gotten so In this country that a man has to have money to burn in order to keep the pot boiling. When you're hauling grain, time h money to you. Let us save you time and mon ey on your truck tire re pairs. We have the only truck mold in this part of & the state, no job is too big f or too little for us. Let us show you. Don't risk your property without sufficient fire insurance. Wo rep resent some of the best companies. Dough on Land Co. 12-2-tfc Some diamonds are worthless, also several grades of coal. The best coal is the cheapest We have it. Lane & Sons Grain Co. 1-13-tfc CLOVIS FILLING STATION PHONE 373 North Main Street Clovis, N. M. n Co) reigns t Buy it in Clovis