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THE CLOVI3 NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921.
CI J I & 11 Vlra vI?U l 3 Ladies' Kcd Cross, Vtliwk si rap Slippers, ljoiiis nvrnv vtai? at nnp ATTftnstT sat.t. matjv heel, regular price 11.00, now $7 50 J One lol Ladies Nlippprs M 95 4. JSAIitf AJ.W 0 AIU!i Ur X iiftlij;. W . flA V iU iYlAtf X $ i i- i 1.. i i. 1" La ties UCU V I ONS Jl'vii imhhi iimiiuii ... ... , A CAKUAIJNO 1JM TJtllO 0A.L1.Ej JNUT AL V JCiiVlIOrjlJ. 5 .i.'ii, m.i-.-, 0 ... , Is .t- SPECIAL i10,'s $1.9 Children's H row 11 Canvas Oxfords, good lor end li.c!, regular price $10.00, now $8,00 cd Cross hrown .spoil stra'p Slippers, rcgn- lar price 8.00, now $7,25 MONEY I COME AND LOOK THEM OVER AND SAVE MEN'S WORK SHOES AT BIG REDUCTIONS Don't Fail to Visit Our Bargain Counter A. WIEDMA1WS SHOE TtflP V Slloe Repairing w j j? w vv . ! LOCAL MENTION Mrs. 0. V. Monison will leave Friday morning for Kuiwai City. Ask those who have tried Dr. War riner on hay fever. 8-11-lt Immediate reliif from summer coiii)l:.i!.t. Dr. Warriner. 8-U-U. See lJr. Warriner. Cli't relieved from that hay fever. Mr. Roy Honea of Portules is in Clovis for the big Round-up. The bread will be pretty and white if ytu use Sunlight. Mrs. R. A. Ham and daughter of Portales were in Clovis Tuesday shopping. , ROUND OAK RANGES, the ac knowledged standard of quality at priee of an ordinary range. mi.';un '! ML ,vmm if John C. Brown of Arkadelphia, Ark,, is here for a visit ut the home of hvi son, John I). Brown. ,. Mario and William McGowan are here from Ainarillo visiting friends this week. Staiiion and 1'isie Lewis will leavt Saturday morning for St. Louis. .Miss Hazel Nichols of Portales isj visiting Miss Nannie Lee Hawkins' this week. P. K. Jordan of Portales was in 8-11-lt. Clovis Wednesday. Mr. Jordan i: moving from Portales to Dallas, Tex. Pride of the plains Sunlight: flour. 1-13-tfc' I,. A. Gillett, State Highway Engi neer, ws in Clovis for a few days this week. Little Aileen Barker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Barker, has been uite sick but is much improved. If you have hay fever, get it re lieved. See Dr. Warriner. 8-11-lt Miss Pearl Davis of Melrose Is vis iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Love this week. Little Miss Mary Robinson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. E, H. Robinson, has been quite sick for the past few days. I specialize in the examination and fitting of children's eyes C. E. Worrell, Registered Optometrist at The Optical Shop in Lyceum Theatre Building 8-11-tfc. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Thomas of Wellington, Kansas, were here the past week visiting at the home of B. P. Bomar and Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Hatch. D. O. Rutherford of Grady has been quite sick for some time. He is able to be up now and is on the road to rapid recovery. Cash Austin, who is now at Min eral Wells, recuperating, is gett'ng along nicely and experts to r'tvni home foon. Coal will not be reduced in price this winter on account of the freight rates. We are now making special storage rates. Long-Bell Lumber Co. 7-21-tfc. Miss Blanche Robinson, who has been spending the summer with her father, E. H. Robinson, left Monday for Cleveland, Ohio, where she will teach school the coming term. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. DeLaney of Sallisaw, Okla., are here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Burns. Mr. DeLaney is a banker at Sallisaw. They stopped off here for a few days enroute home from Cali fornia and the northwest where they have been for the past month. Attend Jacob Hauetistein's public sale, Thursday, August 2j,two miles east and a half mile south of Clovis. 10 head of cattle and 7 heud of horses and mules go to the highest bidder, ltc Wm. J. Oheim of Leadville, Colo., is here for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. J. Masterson on Statts Ave. Mr. Walter Love of Mili'ord, Tex as, is spending a few days with Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Love and family of this place. J. L. Harvey and wife of Slaton, Texas, are here for a visit at the home of their daughter, Mi's. W. B. F'ncher. Mrs'. Dave Mathers and children of East St. Louis, who have been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lewis of this city, will leave Saturday morning for their home. Attend Jacob Haucnslcin's public su!e, Thursday, August 25,i.wo miles east and a half mile south of Clovis. 10 head of cuttle and 7 head of horses and mules go to the highest bidder. ltc Mrs. I, B. L. Osborne and son, Vernon, returned Tuesday morning after a four week's vacation. They visited Washington, Oregon, Colo rado, California and many other points. While pone Mrs. Osborne purchased a new' line of fall and win ter hats for her millinery store in this city. Attend Jacob Hanenstein's public sale, Thursday, August 25,two miles east and a half mile south of Clovis. 16 head of cattle and 7 head of horses and mules go to the highest bidder. ltc If the flonr ia Sunlight, the bread will be right. Regular Communication. A. F. A A. M. Next Tuesday NiRht P. A. La Shier, Secretary ft W. B. Cranx r inude a business tri to Anmrillo Wednesday. Com and Laugh Saturday Night at Al Christie's Lateit Six Reek Com dy "See My Lawyer." You'll have more fun than a bee has hums, Brazil has nuts, (nun has chews, Bermuda has onions, worm has wriggles or an elevator has VP' and downs. All the padded cells and straight jackets at Las Vegas can't confine the laughs you'll get watching "Bee My Lawyer." And there's also a fwo reel Sunshine comedy and a Mutt and Jeff Cartoon comeuy to help aet you giggling. At the Lyceum Thea tre, Saturday nighty.. August 20th. Try to get In. , ' - Best Drinks in Town At City DruE Store No. 2 O! for the Angel Food Cake and delicious Ice Cream Aug. 18, 19, 20 Douglas Chocolates a specialty Foreman & Cartwright Managers (a r m 0 ! Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday Surprise Hie family and your friends. Your nhoto urupli will prove the most welcome of gifts -and the most enduring. Nothing nives (such complete and lasting happiness as a pleas ing portrait. Make the appointment to day with 4 'MU H v Y if lwvA .i i f , : mm ROBINSON "THE PHOTOGRAPHER IN YOUR TOWN" Kodaks and Supplies Fine Finishing r) ') to 0 y Q i) 4') V) V!) Is) ?) (a1 I l( i(!) I