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THE CLOV1S NEWS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1921.
Murray's Confectionery
Try our specials this week
Mistletoe Ice
Cream
"You're Sure It's Pure
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DODGE BROTHERS !
Announce a
SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION
in the
PRICES ON THEIR CARS
EFFECTIVE JUNE EIGHTH
SKARDA MOTOR CO.
Interests of Bank
and Depositors
Officers and directors of this bank recog
nize that the interests of this bank aud its depositors
are the same. When the resources of the patrous
and depositors of the bank increase the volume of
business increases. It is therefore wise and prudent
for the bank to assist the people of this vacinity to
increase their money and property.
To this end the most cordial relations be
tween the officers of this bank and its depositors are
encouraged. Any service that we car render is al
ways cheerfully given in all financial matters.
Farmers State Bank
of Clovis, New Mexico
S. J. lioyldn, Pres. J. W. Wilkinson, Vice Pres.
A. V. Skarda, Cashier
The Clovis Steam Laundry
A HOME INSTITUTION
FOR HOME PEOPLE
We offer you Good Work and Good Service
at prices as low as is consistent with good workman
ship. Our employees all reside in Clovis and spend
their money in Clovis.
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1 Story of the
I Christmas Stocking
KAl!S uiul years stock
Inc were not It mix on
Christmas eve nn we hnnn
litem now. No one ever
heard oC sueli u thintf nit
hanging up a Btwklim (or
Christmas Rifts. Anil if
children had thought of such h thing
they would have siild, "What a foolish
I'Ihk ! A storking wouldn't hold half I
the thing wu want." So ttiu children
tliniuhiiut fh v-rlil placed crtx-ks,
hlK bnu tmftlns, mil Copper kettles I
'it llii hearth on Christmas eve and I
left imtex In them tailing Sniitii to !
Illl thfiu to the hrlm. Kach year the i
children left larger cssels to he tllli'il,
oh ! Iiln-u Wt larger vessels to he HI led.
I la the (front while north Santa's
reindeer no longer pranced and pawed,
Impatient to bo off on Christmas evo,
us they oiicp hud done. They liintg
their heads und a tired look came
Into their hlg brown eyes, fur they re
iiicinliored how heury tlio loud had
grown nail how tunny more trips they
were forced to iniiko year hy year.
SI. Nicholas no longer rented lloW
tlirnuuh the summer nioiiihs, as ho
oni'c hint done, hut Jalimcd evorry
'lay throughout the year, and ofien he
hullt iiijs Into Into tin night, for n
greut many gifts had , to hp male to
till the haskets Hint the greedy children
left. The twinkle left his merry eyes,
and he no lonKer sang uhont his work,
for he was nail anil thought of Hie
time iliat would come when he could
no Pinner build enough presents to go
around.
I.nle on I)ecpinher day St. Nicholas
stepped from his workshop Into th
deep snow. Facing the south, he
Wretched out his tired arms nnd
called : "Hear, oh hear, children of the
earth, my loved ones, cun you not see
ymi are heVomlng selfish and that your
(treed y deuinnds are too (treat a task,
even for St. Nicholas, king of the
Christmas spirit ? Can't you see, my
children, that you are killing the spirit
of Christmas?"
His chin sank upon his chest and
tears glistened In his kindly eyes. A
soft white snowfliike fluttered down
and nestled against his cheek, and a
tiny voice whispered Into his ear:
"gnnta, I will help you."
"Who are your asked St. Nicholas
"I am a snow fairy," answered the
tiny voice. "As my sisters and I have
danced about the air we have often
swirled about your sleigh on Christ
inns eve, and have seen the (treat
.loiids yiiii hiivi always cnrrled anil
how tired you have looked."
"What, ( what, shall I do?" ashed
Santn.
"Just go about your work as usual,"
answered the fairy "I and all my
sisters will help yon."
"Oh, thank you thank you," cried
St. Nicholas. And the fairy floated out
among the oilier snowflnkcs.
As the children went about the
snowflakes whirled around them, and
It seemed as If they henrd the chant
ing of tiny wires, and as the snow
flakes nestled against their ears they
seemed to sing: "Just a stocking
hang a stocking up on Christmas eve."
"Just a stocking Just a stocking,"
rang through the hearts of the children
on Christmas eve. And In place of
leaving the great vessels as they once
had done they Just hung up their
stockings.
Some children were too selfish to
hear the song of the snowflnkcs nnd
left the great baskets as they always
had done. Hut when they saw the
great Joy the unselfish children had
In their gifts and how contented and
happy they were these selllsh ones
were nshntiied, und they, too, begun
to hang up only their Workings when
Christmas eve nunc round.
When St. Nicholas found stockings
In place of the great baskets and
barrels the twinkle came iil-kIii Into
bis Ih uuhlng eyes, bis cheeks grew
red, and be sang as be drove through
the merry sin of snowflakes.
With Just stockings in II 1 1 St.
Nicholas bail time to rest, and he
grew strong and well, and the spirit
of Christmas lived. So this Is why
nowadays we hang up our stockings
on Christmas eve. All this we are
told by a writer, who learned It from
a Christmas fairy.
Clovis Furniture &
Undertaking Co.
203-210 - 212 and 214 South Main Street
Careful, painstaking care in every detail
C. V. STEED
Licensed Embalmer
In Charge of Undertaking Parlors
S. J. WRIGHT
Licensed Chiropractor
Over Farmers State Bank
Hours 0 a. ni. to 5 p. m.
I'ltone 310
Dr. C. L. McClellan
fhy.ician and Surgeon
Office Over Mandell's
RuVnli nco, 01 4 N. Muin St.
CLOVIS, N. M.
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Groceries, Oil, Gasoline
and Coal
Windmills, Well Material
Work Clothes
You are welctine at our store
and the prices are right.
PLAINS BUYING & SELLING I
ASSOCIATION
Stores at Clovis, Havener and Farwell
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned wns on the 8th day of De
cember, l'J2i, appointed administra
tor of the estate of Conrad H. llocht,
deceased, by the Probate Judge of
Curry County, Now Mexico.
Therefore, till persons having
claims against said estate arc hen by
notified to file the same willi the
necessary vouchers, with the under
signed or County Clerk of furry
County, within one year from date
I of mid appointment !l provided by
I law or the same wi'l I"-' fot evi r
! barred.
MARVIN W. IIIX'HT,
1 2-S-4tc Administrator.
I Santa !
1 Fetched Her 1
Mr. Fnrmor, you will have hs
trouble with your tractor if you ua
Sinclair special tractor oil. Tate's
(iiirnffe, west of Court Hmin on
Hiirhway. 10-27-4tc
Wanted Good, clean cotton nis
at the News Office. He
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local appllcuilnni, ai they cannot rv:ich
ttti d lii-ait J portion ut thu fiir. Thi-rv li
only on, wny to cur catnrrhnl dtahitM,
ft ml that ! ty a constitutional r ineily.
I'nmrrliul lt-arni-ia it cnui-d by nn In
Itann il condition of the mucuui llnlnic, of
thf Kuiiai'hlan Tube. Whr-n thla tub.- la
Intlnnt.-tl ymi havu u ruinUlliiK louitd r ln
p. rrn't h.itrititt. nnd win n It li i-nttn l v
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HlAJUOM II HAM IMLI.H. Mr&
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SQIDBYMGISISEVtRYWHLPi
Mr. Farmer, if you are troinK to
have a public sale, advertise it in the
News. Proper advertising through
the columns of this paper will bring
you a crowd. tf
DR. C. 0. WARRINER
CHIROPRACTOR
Licoiuad
113'G south Main Street
Phone 101
DR. L. M. BIGGS
Veterinary Surgeon
Phone Hill
Cluvis, New Mexico
Dr. W. M. Lancaster
Physician and Surgeon
Clovis, New Mexico
Office Over Mandell's
Phone No. 157
Residence Pliune 7I!
Tlr .T "R Waatorfiolrl
Phy.ician and Surgeon
OfficellO'i N. Main Street
Offico Phono 231 Ucs. 2G9
DR. H. R. GIBSON
OSTEOPATH
Treats all diseases, both acute
and chronic. Office in building
on corner north of Fire Sta'tion.
Office rhono 383 Res. 390
Clovis, New Mexico.
TTTflMAS W .TOWttS
Veterinarian
200 West Otero Street
Phono 4", Clovis, N. M.
DR. T. E. PRESLEY
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat
of Koswell, N, M., will be in Clo-
vis at thu Baptist Hospital from
the 4th to the Hth of each month.
WALTER W. MAYES
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practice in all courts
'Clovis. N. M.
P. F. WHITE
BUILDING
CONTRACTOR
Court Houies, School Building,
Hotels and Other Public Building.
Yean of experience in erecting
public building!.
Construction Work of all kindt.
See me at Reidora Hotel. Phone 135
TEXAS WONDER
for kidney and bladder troubles, grav
el, weak and lame buck, rheumatism
and irregularities of the kidneys and
blnddjr in both men and women. If
not sold by your druggist will be lent
oy mail on receipt of $1.25. One
small bottle often cures. Send for
sworn testimonials. Dr. G. W. Hall,
2926 Olive at., St. Louis, Mo. Sold
by druggists.
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Profitable little Want Ads; they save you money; read 'em
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YOU SEOOLO EAT
-At The-
E CAFE
Very best foods and service at all
times. Prices are reasonable. We
want you to make this your regular
eating place.
WHITE ROSE CAFE
WEST GRAND AVENUE

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