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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921.
Servant of our Patrons Our business is conducted on the principle that the depositors of this bank have first claim upon it as borrowers. The Citizen's Bank of Clovis "THE FARMERS FRIEND" 1916 Original Paid Capital $25,000.00 1921 Present Capital, Surplus and Un divided Profits $65,407.75 '??) Plateau Singing Convention Notes Bellview Meeting DeBaca County Ft. Sumner, first Sunday in Sep tember. Ptcsid.'iit, J. B. Cnrncs, Ihmlup. Curry County Bellview, third Sunduy in August. President, Jno, F. Taylor, Clovis, New Mexico. Quay County Plains, N. M., fourth Sunduy in August. Dr. Walker, Pres. Bailey and Parmer Countiei, Texat Bovina, first Sunday in October. C. B. Dotson, Tcxico, N. M president Caitro County, Texus Dimmit, fourth Sunday In Septem ber. J. S. Taylor, Happy, Texas, president. Plaint District Sinfinf Convention The Plains District Convention will be held at Lubbock, Texas, the 2nd Saturday night and Sunday in Sep tember. Lubbock, Texas, 8-1 5-21 Dear Mr. Taylor. Replying to your kind invitation of the 12lh iiiBt., beg to say that Messrs. Dyess, Wendell, Holland and myself intend to be with you at your convention next Sunday and will be up on the Sunday morning train. I Sincerely yours, R. I. Wilson. Program of Curry County Singing Convention, Convening at Bell- . view, N. M., Aug. 21, 1921. Adopted book, "Temple Bells'1 supplies at Taylor's. 0:45 a. m. Opening song by Bell view class led by Prof. Jack Welch. 9:1)0 a. m. Prayer, Rev. Cameron, Grady. The following classes will take part totte, Messrs. White. I 1 1 :00 Two song's by Texico class , led by J. B. Lunsford. 11:10 Interlude, Portales quar tette composed of Sam Fletcher, Carl ' Sull'ns, Bcenian, Brides of Eli. la. Two songs by N'ew Hope led by O. ( T. McDaniel. 11:1") 2 songs Moye Chapel and Union led by Oscar Williams. i 1 1 :2.r) Interlude, quartette, Pro fessors Conway, Jack Welch and Tom Welch. ' 1 1 :11 0 Two soups Havener class led by Dewey Mitchell. 1 1 : 10 Interlude, lUinchvalc quar tette compost d of K. F. Key, J. I.. Kelly, I.ee Mitchell, Dewey Mitchell. 11:1") Two sjng3, West Chapel, led by S. S. Alitoin. 12:00 -Two sous, (J rady class, led by Will McGrew. 12:10 Clovis quartette, Taylor, Willariis, Iltbdy, .VcMllltn. No. 37. 12:1 a Two songs by ( laud cbss led by Prof. Hose. I2.2"(iui'itct:e by Prof. T. Q. Dyes., Lubbock; It. A. Uoliins, Ama rillo; J. V.. Williams, Childress; and Jno. I'', Taylor, Clovis, and li. H. (Yrnclius, Ft. Worth. No. '.):. i"iieral soup selected from Temple 'lis All in the clays cote.st for the buiincr to bo awarded according to the Vote of the convention. 1U:UU -i songs by bellview class led by Prof. J. A. Conway. 10:10 Interlude, Texico Quartet, J. B. Lunsford, soprano; Miss Willie LunRford, alto; H. W. Jennings, ten or; J. N. Lunsford, bass, Song No 1 10 "Temple Bells." 10:15 Two songs by Hollenc class led by Prof. J. A. Conway. 10:25 Interlude, Pleasant Hill quartette composed of Alfred Single terry, soprano; J. C. McCain, alto; C. E. Rogers, tenor; Prof. Rogers, bass. 10:30 Two songs by Ranchvale class led by J. L. Kelly. 10:40 Interlude, Lubbock quar tette composed of T. Q. Dyess, sopra no; Lee Windell, alto; R. I. Wilson, tenor; R. A. Holland, bass. Songs: "Look For Me." "Temple Bells." 10:45 Two songs by Clovis class led by Clarence Hobdy. ' 10:50 Two songs by Pleasant Hill class led by J. C. McCain. 10:55 Interlude, Havener qunr- i;. led by H. W. Chns. If iJkmmmmBm OfkvW mW STAN DARD I J4IA J vm MON-SKID 1 The Fastest Selling Tire In America The Increasing pop.ilur demand for the Firestone Standard JrtxJ' J Inch tire over a period of years tuts tMvos us big volume. Our Mum No. 2 devoted wholly to this sizo tire with capacity of lii.i'IMI tires and M,u(10 tubes p-r dayiulscostson every operation. On Mav 2, we dropped our price to $13.95 p isslnft on to the cat owner the full benefits of tills hltl salts volume and rhig labor- savlno, plmit t his tire has been our standard for years--four plies lonft staple fabric extra ft.iir. between pliesheavy non-skid tread. The ftreutii&t value ever o.Tered car owners Insist on 1 iresione. Our Cord Tire Values Firestone Cord tires are made exclusively In Plant No. ! Our process of double f um-tlipplni! each plv of cord gives thicker Insulation. The massive non-tikid tread, with exirn thickness where wear Is most severe, gives real effectiveness in holding the cur nguiiwt slipping and adtiu mnny extru miles of fccrvlce. Firestone Cord tires are sold at the lowest prices In cord tire history! 30i3Kj. U4.S0; 3ix4, $46.30: 34i4)ji, $54.90. There are Firestone Dealers Everywhere to Serve You o. I ?.i !eil by presul. lit ;i.-scl.;Mo on stage, riiimte well i ine address. LUXNEU Afternoon Session iionsc to welcome address by Jn.ii e Myron 11. Keator, Tucumcari. I : ." General singing led by W. II. 'Inylnr. Two nouns. 1 :M)- Heading of minutes of last seM ioii. Secretary's report. Call for next convention, 1 : r r Two general songs Oscar Williams, Clovis. 2:05 Two songs led by Jennings, Texico. 2:05 --Two songs led by White. Two songs by Prof. Cornelius. 2:10 Two songs led by Miss Cleo Allcorn, Two songs by J. S. Bobo. 2:13 Two songs, R. I. Wilson, Lubbock. Two songs bu T. Q. Dyess. 2:20 Two songs, Rosa Mae Luns ford. 2:25 Two songs, R. A. Holland Lubbuck. 2::t0 Two songs, J. H. Rose, Lo ren.o. 2:5 Two songs, S. N. Martin, Bovina. 2:40 Two songs, J. N. Lunsford, vice president Parmer-Bailey Conven tion. 2:45 Two songs, J. C. Robertson. 2 :50 Two songs, Cameron, Buzzil, San Jon. 2:55 Two songs, Sam Fletcher, Portales. 3:00 Special, Allcorn family. 3:05 Two songs, W. F. Burtrum, Forest, N. M. 3:15 Lubbock Quartette. 3:20 Two songs, Prof. Conway. 3:25 Two songs, Prof. Jack Welch. The above is a tentative program which will remain in the hands of the advisory committee as the pro gram progresses. All classes will please lake note to their particular part on this pro gram and bo prepared for same with out loss of time. Much is expected of this convention, mid we anticipate one of the best conventions ever held in Curry County. Visitors from abroad v ill be with us and it is hop ed that all singers will take special pains to see that our visiting leaders become acquainted with the singers of our county. We have the new song books for the occasion be pre pared "I am for the Big Plateau Singing Convention," is the slogan of the day which we hope will be per fected by the fourth Sunday in June, 1D22. Everyone bring dinner. John F. Taylor, President Curry Co. Singing Con vention. Lula Mitchell, Secretary. Advisory Committee J. A. Con way, Hayden Jenn'ngs, (bus. White Hope Bellview will an arbor on east side of tall building and stage. Some Money Saving 1'al yes in Groceries 1 ual- l';ivcn Syrup ''' I fjal. J'aiP-ii'.c Svi-up 7-rt' 1 Kill, liar H. g. Sol-hum H00 1 ual N't'w Suutli Syrup, pure sujj;ir ciine. 1.10 2.V iz.- Cook's liakinu; l'owiK rs. 12 for 2fe 2")c size Ilcallli Club F.akiny; I'owtK'V 20c 2"f size AHon Uakiiij-' Powder 20c K()c can Health Club ISakiiitr IWder i CSc Laytona linking I'owiIit iuum1 liettcr will plcuM' you try llicin and Ik- t'onviiiecd, 1 lot N'o. 2 ' j solid pack Tomatoes to clean up ai per can ItV Try iny Coffees. Tlicy arc fivsli from J it t & Wood K'oaslirs. The above prices while the above roo,s last. PLENTY OF ENGLISH WALNUTS Church of Brethren To Hold Conference The Chureh of the Hrethien will be the scene of a lm-y place the coining t ivo weeks, cienon neing next Sun day, August 21st. Kldcr Morris of Oklahoma will begin his lectures and sermons to continue each evening over the following Sunday. The fol lowing subjects will l.e treated: "Clean l'p, (let Vn me I Stay Cp." "The Swing of tli(. Pendulum in the History of the Church. I'be Kuri:l Church and its Priiblenm," (Two or three evenings. Commencing Monday, August 22, for one week, there will be held dur ing the day a vacation Bible school in charge of Elder Morris and wife and (iladyi l'itzer of Oklahoma. Then on Tuesday following and eolililill.i l' '!mt J..S will bo til' anous g..tt.. . f the Dints k t i onieri'i.c. oil ': oeMb.y eveniiir tlieie will t i- o ten.i er.'ince prograi" 'ednet.4;.y "... tl iVvotfd to tin tl( te-Hifu of iu. f.!i..iif if special m telest to '.lie tliorih und Suiuli. school. t)u Thui'-diiv ' V(.ning or Fn day monuni' tbe bniiif-n sef-sion v!H convene w tii pi itiap two dozen deli gates priKvnt. Ttier i.re enly a few t 'hurt' hex to U n pirM iited at th.! conference. Those ;n iitt i.J.ijiie frt'Di :1 it tunc'; will be ctreil for :.t the eht I where meals w.i'i br t ned. 'lilt Church of the Bit'.hien i kttod il the corner ut Mount ..!.d Thornton Cows havt nhtns many fi.rmtr the way to better fanuilig ami hub' pendent living. Why ut ui f. and plenty of fc-:d'' CLOVISC HURCH OF CHRIST JOHN F. TAYLOR TIRE & BATTERY COMPANY. CLOVIS, N. M. The gospel meeting for which we have so l-ing planned, and for which we have so earnestly prayed, has now begun. Brother Shepard is giving some strikingly forceful lessons. He insists that the Bible contains Cod's positive message to man. This man God richly endowed with reason, in telligence and the power of volition. Hence, man should diligently inquire "What hath the lord spoken?" Every Idea necessury to salvation God has plainly spoken in the Book. There fore all are without excuse. Clovis needs this positive message. Time it too short, death Is too sure and e ternity is too long for you to treat with carelesi indifference the Gospel appeal. Servisec are held at 10:00 am .m and 7:45 p. m. "You are a stranger with us but once." G. F. Mickey, Minister. Water Changed Twice Each Week At Swimming Pool We make a complete change of the w.Ur at the swimming pool twice a week. Fcr this reason the pool will be closed e..ih Thursday until noon. We wish also to announce that special precautions have been taken to make the san itation of this pool equal to the best in the country. Chemicals used to sterilize water have the approval of the best authorities in the country, and are used in such proportions as to be perfectly harmless and are in the same proportions us ed in sterilizing water for drinking purpopes. We keep persons constantly on the watch to see that no one enters the pool whose health would be a men ace to others. Ladies' Swimming Club from 3 to 6 eh Monday. Ladies only from 9 to 12 isnh Monday. Clovis Natatorium Clovis, New Mexico