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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
If,,,. n7rjrr n n r -.4 WANTED 15 extra sales people to help pass out this merchan dise. If you can pass out goods at give away prices, come in, we need you. WE BOUGHT HEAVILY EXPECTING A SE VERE WINTER. IT DID NOT HAPPEN. NOW WE ARE FORCED TO SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK BELOW COST EVERYTHING GOES. HEED OUR WARNING WE NEED THE MON-EY-YOU CAN BUY AT OUR LOSS. WE GUARANTEE everything we sell as represented. We are here to stay. A. ISENBERG Push Your Way in suits Thursday, Dec. 22 a9m A SALE! A SACRIFICE!! A BARGAIN FEAST!!! COME EARLY Dry Goods Ginghams, values to 21c a yard, sale price 10c Percales, values to 16c per yard, out they go 9c yd. Outings, 25c grade, clean up sale price 14c a yard Beautiful outings in heavy Amos keag quality, special 19c a yd. Space won't permit us to quote all prices. Everything in tiie house cut below cost. Ladies' Underwear Best qualitty Union Suits (Ve lastic brand) $3.00 value$1.49 Heavyweight. Ladies' splendid quality Union Suits, $1.75 value --98c Boy now Sand atve THE MOST DARING SALE EVER ATTEMPT ED IN NEW MEXICO ill OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF RUBBER SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT FAR BELOW COST. IKWBSKS 8 Men's and Boys' Dress Hats and Caps, Lowest Prices. All Dress Shirts in stock Reduced. Any Sweater in the House at Below Co3t Ladies' and Children's Coats and Dresses at One-Half Price. FREE! FREE!! To the first 25 Ladies enter ing our store Thursday morn ing after 9 A. M. we will give 10 yds. of dress goods with a $10.00 purchase or over. Men's Hose, values to 35c at 15c per pair Men's Hose, values to 25c at 9c per pair Shoes! Shoes! Men's finest quality Dress Shoes values to $12.50, sale price $3.98 Men's Work Shoes, values to $4.50, sale price $2.75 Children's Shoes in black or brown, values to $3.50 $1.75 Ladies' Shoes, values to $12.50, sale price $3.45 Ladies' fine quality Shoes, mili tary heel, values to $15.00.. $4.25 Many Shoes on Bargain Counter to be sold at Below Cost. Comforts Extra nice quality Comforts, large size, former price $8.50 sale price $3.95 Some pretty Comforts, large size, good weighe, values to $7.50, sale price $3.45 One special lot Comfcrts, values to $4.00, sale price $1.69 ALL BLANKETS AT TEN PER CENT BELOW COST DON'T OVERLOOK THESE VALUES FREE! FREE!! To the first 25 men entering our store Thursday, 9 a. m., we will give a beautiful tie with a pur chase of $10.00 or over. Come early, it will pay you. Men's Underwear, Ladies' Un derwear, Children's Underwear at Far Bolow Cost. One lot of Men's Silk Hose to go at -45c a pair Ladies nice quality black Hose, a special value 12c a pair Extra heavy Jersey knit Gloves at per pair 15c Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Mackinaws Specially Priced. ruin? WHITING'S OLD STAND Sn n ft fttn n tr r33 CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO M J When you want that printing in a hurry, try Hie flavin News Job Print ing Department. Phono 97. tf Try a News Want Ad. ....t4t Tin1 ball game for tlv.' champion- ship of I hi- county was played be- GRADY SCHOOL NOTES !twecn Texico and Grady last Satur- !(lay night ul the gymnasium at Clovis. j Texico wiin, the schoro being 24 to We have had quite a few visitors , .,., . i.lst uv.lm.s.lnv to F. L. ALLC0RN All kinds of hauling at any iiinc. Any sizo load. PHONE 15 GALLATIN & FORBES General Auctioneers 607 N. Wallace St. Clovii, N. M. WE SPECIALIZE ON Land and Stock Sales If you have anything you want to sell tee or write ut for termi and particulars. !his week. Mrs. Owen, president ofi organize their class. They elected the uara liarion memorial Assnc.a-: (, d m)t havo Uim, tfl fin. Hon, made a ti.ik in cIum.cI last Mon-j. aml ,0 wm, Ullti, Tiul,S(lav. dav whieh was very interesting. She visited all the rooms and talked to The colors selected Were royal blue anil coral. Their motto is "B square." . m 1 1. ... i, ! ... .1 eacl. one oi mem. no .ipprccmue. T)ui Mmn t.,oott.,i ln.e s f Uows : this very much and invite her l""" pI0SiU-nt. Hex F.ol'f; vice-president, nt any time . She gave a program at the school iiuditorium Monday night which was enjoyed very much by ev eryone. Monday afternoon aft er re cess Mrs. Dura ml and Miss Sturdo vant came and Ui'lied on the subject of hot .'unfiles? They also organized n hot lunch club in Mrs. Thomas' room. The tied Cross nutrition specialist James Hogg- lay. '"-da McCas lunrl ' ' iatie Fedric; class . ... . Stanficld; and mar sh .., .riddrc. ! kiarrett. l .Js WANTED. The city will ivccivo bids for rent on the city farm at its meeting on .lanuarv 2. P. ds must bo filed with Miss Newell, came Friday and weigh jtl.o city clerk i.eiore uie anove ante, ed all the children. Almost all of, 1. K. TAUADKR, us were found to be underweight. The 12-8-lfc c''y Clerk. percentage will bo announced else where in this issue. Among the home visitors this week were Mcsdnmes Akins, Garrett, Stew art, Mcintosh, SUnfield and Walk. SEEDS! SEEDS1 Wo are now buying all kinds of Seeds nt best market prices. See us with samples bcf.rc selling. RANCHVALE RUMORS Well, Christmas is nearly hero, but !v the weather you would nev ' know it. Wo had u (by norther the .'a.-l of the week, which told us it was winter time. The thermometer I was 10 digrirs above zero. We are j still wanting and longing t'or that moisture we have been need ng for three months. ' Corn picking is most done now, anil we are waiting for the shcller to come. j Grandpa and Grandma Kelly have moved to the Ilcndrix house, and Mr.: Kelly is janitor ut the school house. F. M. Groves- failed to sell his place last week and it is still on the, market, I Mrs. .1. M. Matlock is improving from her seige of pneumonia. Mr. J'.iliie Hush and Mrs. C Dyers are among these reputed on the sick "list this we. k. ! We invite you to brl ig the kiddies to the Christmas tree and entertain ment Friday night. Our girls anil boys went over to Texico last Friday and took a beat ng from them. Score 22 to 1 1. The gills' game was 20 to 8. We play the Pleasant Hill team on our grounds next Friday, Come and see the game. V. Tate returned Saturday from n trip to Texas, where he spent tho week attending sales. l.ouis Groves spent Sunday night with the Beach hoys. The naval experts have discovered that reduction of armaments will lower the morale. Well, what are we aiming at if not to lower war morale all round'.'- -New York Pest. Wanted Man with Small truck, with some salesman ability. Address Box 50 - - Farwell, Texas