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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
MAN GIVES WIFE GLYCERINE MIXTURE She had stomach trouble for years. After giving her simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Ad-kr-i-ka, her husband says. "My wife feels fine now and has gained weight. It is a wonderful stomach medicine." Adler-i-ka acta on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing foul matter which poisoned stomach and which you never thought was in your sys tem. EXCELLENT for gas on stom ach or chronic constipation. Guard? against appendicitis. Tho impurities it brings out will surprise you. South western Drug Co. (Adv.) Z3 Try a News Want Ad. "K&li Ci if r i hemp lumber vsmpan Fri. ji twvvf im,Jr vi'im BIT!- 'Will. FT? iiitttTti rut t-in i -ffi tti u ' iirLri CHRISTMAS 300 YEARS AGO First Yulatld Eve of tha Pilgrims Was Ona Saturatsd With Qrava Faar ef Attack. A Q ITTIMJ about their enmn fNJ fln-s on Christmas eve, H) . r r years nso, the rilgrlins ou " shore heard a cry In the wonils ami Jumped to their j f"t, expoctlnK a sin Idcti onrush of whooping Indiana. The 1ta-k fulled ' to ninlerliillzo. Mow the I'IIki'Iiiim , Pu'tit 1'lirist m;is Ih told In tli Journal they Iihvp h'fl. which snys : "Nu miin reeled that day." The settlers were nervous, anil a Willi nl uluht they left well m ined men on guard. These pour fellows im shore did not li.ivo any t'hristmns, beer to drink. Miiuil this tinn, It twins the hocr . supply was running low, and Captain j Jones of the Mayllower was t'lianllni; Ills stork. Apparently he put every- j body on n water basis. Ilul Cliilsltnns lll-ht he relented. Jteer was served tn those of the l'lhrrlms who Were on the ship. !the big community holiday i FOR 13 YEARS j RELIABLE RESPECTFUL REAONABSLE FREE USE OF CHAPEL PRIVATE AMBULANCE Magic City Fur. & Undertaking Co. JOHNSON BEOS. Day Phone zil Night Phone 239 ; The Clovis Filling Station NORTH MAIN STREET IS HEADQUARTERS FOR Texaco Gasoline and Mobiloils WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF Goodrich Tires and Tubes accessories VULCANIZING For Quick Service Drive in Sweet Apple Cider 75c Per Gal. Bring Your Container CLOVIS SUPPLY CO. 200 W. Hagerman St. Telephone 491 Christmas Should Not Be Confined to Family Celebrations; Make It General Joy Fest. IIIIIHTMAS should not he eontlned to our own family. J-u-' ft, ft,, mi U i.f ii 1 . .iv.: Ciiiiniiiinily Holiday and the entire eoiniouiiity lmiilil lin talren In for cc'ehral iiiL' the invasion Kvory cotti'miiiily should have In the loi'id chuivh, or solioniliousc Christ tans exercises of some sort or other. The id'li'L' of rerilath'tn Is one of the very host trainings for children and cannot pe started ton soon. As so-n: n- tliey arp aide to lisp they should he given (i part !n Clirstnais otiter-tiihaii'ti!-:. It is means of iinioh plea-tire to them and something they will remember as hint! lis they live. Christum. In the eniinlry of all plnees. should he a cniiini'inily holi day. It's too big II thill); to he kept nil within your family. m mmmi k rs.L. I sri Your Voice at the Other End When the family is gathered together at the old home for the Christmas reunion, it's wonderful to be there. But if you cannot be there in person, a long di.-'.ance call is the next best way. Station-to-station service from 3:30 p. m. to midme.ht costs ubout on- li.iif tho day r.ite; from mid night to 4:30 a. m. about ono-:outth. The stut'.cn-to-stat'on ra'e, which is consnleia'ily lower than for per-son-to poison service, applies when you will talk to anyi.'tx; who may be at th'.t telephone called. Wherever you are, drop in on the absent friends via Long Distance, for an exchange of Christmas greetings. THE MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Bethlehem. !l -j-OIUY the whiilo Christian VlL w"r1'' Proslr,,,p l,!"'lf ,n K ndorntlon nrotinil the crlh W of Itethlehem nnil rphenrsps In jS aoeentH of love n history widen lirpepopH nil lime ami win en- durp throni:hoiit pternlty. If (ffi hy nn ItiHtlnet of our hlu'lier. Jl snlrltunl imturp, thprp well tip f ij from Hip depths of our heart J) ' einotlotiB whleh chilllenu'P the 'k 1 1 . i i .... ti- 'p power t)i nuinan eApresiin. n r .u (spptn to bp Hfled out of the :j sjihiTP of nuitiral endeiivor to (j put on it new life and to streteh i .1 ...I ... I.I. ....!. '1' lorwiini in iieiir n n iipiwnr K CXJOCXXODCXXXXXXXDCXXXXXXXXXJ k i O . Q Ilk . Ill III S Candles and 3 & I OOOOCXXXXXXXXXXX)OOOOCOOOOO IK When you want that printing in a hurry, phone 97. Patronize Clovis merchants. They help build up the town. tf ; liess, whleh, though not pnlpii- I hie, Ik etnliipntly real. ardlimi (ilhlions. Cakes by Parcel Poet. Cftkes etin he Ment lonK dlstaneeH hy mree post without mi tnin h as eraek I UK the Iritis, If thry tire Jiaeked ill tlila way: l'lare the rakr on a latu'P khret of heavy waxeil paper and apdy the flostlnt. Illlowini! II (TelierollH por tion of the frostliiK tu extend on tin1 uinr. I'lasteriim the rake to the pa per helps to keep it In position. Kohl the rest of the paper in ally around the cake and slip under It u piece of card hoard or thin hoard Hie exact size of tin' cake. I 'lit hoth caliP and hoard Into a st rone rardhoard box. A con n Kilted box Ih preferable, as It Ipssphs the jar upon Its contents. Kill the box with sawdust or bran, which should he allowed to settle to the bottom of nil tin' crevices. Finally, w rap the box In heavy paper and tie It with a stroim cord. C1UUSTHAS tfifU were common In Medlwral times. Account! tell of the chandler' guild scud lug out gratis to everyone a special sort of big, flat candles which were burned with the 3 ule h 7 to light the houses for the coining of a super natural Christina! visitor. The bak ers also sent out "Yule cukes," or "Yule babies," which were little Im ages of Christ. This custom, In fart, seems to be even older, It being re corded on the old Kouinti calendars that on the Vltftl of the Nativity little Images of the Christ Child were made In great numbers mid presented to the fathers In the Vatican. Gradually the sentiment of "Pence, on earth, good will lo men" and the celebration of the spirit hy general gifts seems to bavp spread throuidl the other guilds, and finally to havo become general. In Fi nland today there Is a survival of the ancient custom practiced by landowners of siting big sacks of grain or other products outside the gate that whoever came might help himself. It is said ;hal nn extra Christmas eve feed Is also still given to the cuttle. Farm Loans Now I can now make some five-year loans on improved farms. WALTER W. MAYES mi South .Main St. Clovis, N. M. LANE & SONS GRAIN CO 1 Implements, Coal and Grain Our Motto: "The 1'ricf is Tlie Tiling" See Us Before You Sell S. W. LANE, Mana:;r ;,A.:..j44.....i..4...:..:..s44--'--i-- Discrimination, "Mummy," said Pickaninny Jim, "I wants you to do me u favor.' "What kind of a favor?" "1 wants you to shot ynuse'f nut o' sight same as me on Christmas eve." "Whun'oh?" "Well, I n In glneler say did Santy draws nn color line. Hut las' Chri-t-nias I looked do iioluhborhood nwr an' I kaln't he'i s'pldouin' dat tnebbe I'd nan' a better chance fob presents if we dldn' give him no clicnce to notice dat dis aln' a white folks' residence." COOXOX0XC'OOO X DADDY SAID SANTA 0 WOULD SOON X BE HERE "s00X0 UHE WA3 WILLING Yule-tide fait Is coming, dear. If you my wife will be, I'll draw tho cash and tart right In To be your C h f I etmas tree. l y 550 for Christmas Tree. An electrical flrtn In London has been busy for some months on a re markable Christmas tree, which had to be sent overseas In time for Christ mas day. An Immense "Or" tree, all In metal, la festooned with bunches of "fralt," Even the grapes have a tiny bulb Inalde them. By turning on a switch the tree becomes a bias of light Tbe coat of this novel trot la ISM, but It will last for many years. TH Blta. CLOTHING WANTED. The Salvation Army has calls for clothing and if at this time you have any clothing you would like to do nate to the nedy it would be appre ciated and will be properly distribut ed. The Salvation Army has no phone at present, but call to Mr. R. M. Hall, No. 173, will be promptly anawered. CAPT. J. S. PYLANT, Salvation Army. Our Prices Are Right We are selling choice meals at the foMdwiirj,' prices: J'leef, ilieliulino' steak, lloast ;ml Stew Meat )ierli).5c to 20c I'tn'k at ier Hi. from 20c to 25c liaeon, jier lb 20c to 45c Cured Uam, per Ih. 27c to 31c Fish every "Wednesday, at per lb 25c Oysters in Sealshipt cans at per pint 55c The Famous Market Monroe & Sanders, Props. Phone 492. Fret City Delivery