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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1921.
v-. - , - MOYE-SUNRISE NEWS 4 Friday night we had our program and Christmas tree. It was attendee by a large crowd and everyone especi ally enjoyed the visit of Santa Clous The tree was loaded with presents. Moat everyone present received nice presents from Santa Onus and we hope he will be I hut good to nil of us next Christmas). Sir. Brock and Mr. Craig are haul ing Mr. Brock's corn to Blacktowt r, loading a cur for Lane & Sons of Clovis. Mrs, Claud Dodson and children of Claud spent Christmas with Mr. Hodsnn's father of this community. Kev. Sears of Clovis made us a good talk Sunday. Our SumUiy school was very slim Sunday. We suppose most evryone was busy preparing Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hopper and family, Mr. and Mis. Douglass andj Air. anu .urs. uiuki uoiisun ami inm ily tonk Christmas dinner at the Dod son honu- Sunday. Mr. Will Hollingsworth and Lunelle Cruig were cull ml; lit the Hull home in Clovis Sunday. Who had the 'blues" so bad Sun day? Miss Jennie Roberts spent Tuesday night with Maggie Hopper. Otis Kelly spent Tuesday nie;ht with Dolm.ts and I'aul lloptpr. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. K ily and fam ily will move to tour. Friday. We arc sorry to sec them, leave. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Akcrs and fam ily took dinner at the W'llnughhy home Sunday. Miss Cora Willoughhy who has been woikiii;; in the I.nrio home in Clovis spent Christina wi;h her parents. Moye Slim. AMBP.OSE IVY FOR TAX ASSESSOR Ambrose Ivy this week announces as a candidate for the office of Tax assessor of Curry County, subject to the action of the DcmniraMc primary election. Mr. Ivy is known all over Curry County and has a host of friends. He served two terms in this ante office, retiring four years at.o, and is familiar with the duties of the position and should he be elected will know just how to take hold of the work. The Chamber of Commerce of Tlainview has taken he right step by changing its name to "The Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture." This is as should be. There is no dividing line between the business interests of a town and the farmer. The farmer makes the town possible, and the busi ness men of towns are only country fellows after all. Ninety percent of the business men of a town came from farms, and many return from towns to farm life, So the same ideals, the nine interests, the same purpose is behind the farmer's life, and the town man's life. Their daily walk of Appreciation As we approach the beginning of-the Now Year, we wish to offer an expression of thanks and appreciation to the people of Clovis and surrounding country who have so loyally given us their patronage during the past year. Ve trust that we may have a continuance of our share of your patron age in 1022 and wish fur each of our custo mers a prosperous year. . A. B.Austin Cleaning Off the Slate yv.www life is much the sumo, their "Bill"! and "Jim" camradcrie is just as close as if they were farmers living across j the road from each other instead of j one man living in u "town." As tha farmer suffers, so the town suffers. ; So it is indeed mete and tribute thut ( the chamber of commerce recognize i the farmer on its foundation by des'g-! iiating it as a "Chamber of Commerce ai d Agriculture." Canadian Record. R. D. ELDER FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Roy D. Elder, who lives south ot St. Viain, authorize the New? to an. laiuace his car.d'ducy for the ol'f.ec of County Commissioner of District .'so. J. Mr. Eider ii.ia held tins posi tion before and has lived in, the coun ty for a number of years, making bin. thoroughly familiar with condition here. Mr. Elder hte been a life-long Democrat and makes his announce ment subject to th- action of the Democratic primary election in April. Prospectis-c Customei Thought you had slashed prices? Clothing Salesman We have. Prospective Customer With a safety razor? Buffalo Express. June Bride I would like to buy an easy chair for my husband. Salesmnn Morris? June Bride No, Clarence. CHICHESTER S PILLS liii Amu ymr Mmi I'llU a Kc4 d1 Hold K.iH. ftMled with lilua UUMftND HHAMi IU. ft y man known ti licit, Safttt, Alyi KclltMt SOLO B DRUGGISTS EVERYWIILRf VI II V. I tnrtaltlAV v &Co. u , x r i ,V The Ne Year tVP UK year that has just closed y moans something different to most everybody. To some It has brought a great Joy; to otbers a great sorrow; to many, both grief and glioliM s In full measure. .Many of us have gone along the regular, unevent ful path, tilled with the hupplm-is of love and work and the joy of everyday thing, which, nfier all, is the best baplpiiess. To youth the New Year means a long, pleiisure lllled evening and the writing of a new date on ibelr loiters. They look neither for ward nor back. They make revo lutions bcciilsi' It seems 'the cor rect thing to them to do. They keep theitt sometimes and It helps make them better men and women, but It Is not a serious matter with them Just as Is natural for youth. Older foMs Involuntarily look back a bit on the even of a new year not ystemntlenlly, but with a general sweeping glance that usually make them n bit uncom fortable at things left undone or failures to make good ns they had Intended. Maybe there has been Just one thing accomplished that gives them a little warm feel ing round their hearts niuyhe not. Tlie great sorrow or grnut Joy stands out with more meaning to thein than trf youth. 'Tls another milestone passed. The New Year may not present very bright prospects to some, but these same older folks know that there Is something lietter In store than what Die Hnmedlale future seems to offer know that unhappy things can't last that they lire pretty sure to lend to something greater anfl better know that even if they can't understand the reason for sorrow and trouble that there is a reason know it deep down within themselves, though outwardly they resent and rebel against fate. It Is not blind faith or optimism that teaches ibis, but reason and knowledge of life. OMer folks know that the year Is bound to bring happiness and re lief to those who nre now bearing sorrow and trouble. Mrs. J. B. Leslie, In the Detroit News. & BLACK NEW YEAR PUDDING Ingredients: One cupful black mo lasses; one cupful thick sour milk; one dessertspoonful soda; beat well. Add one tenspnonful salt; one grated uuttneg; one-eighth pound citron, chopped fine; one-fourth pound suet, chopped line; four dry figs, chopped fine; one down almonds, minced line; one rupful seeded raisins; three raw tart apples, chopped coarsely; three .cupful flour. Mix all together, steam In a buttered mold for three hours and dry for 13 minutes In an oven. Serve with any good pudding sauce. This will serve 13 persons. RESOLUTIONS. Reolvfl: To uve my money Ar.l li'iid a frui.il In,. Rcnolycd: To do my duty Ami still iibmtAi from nlf.. Memlvfi: To kiv? up pmoklng And neviT tiiiioh 11 di'im ksoid: To l,cl Hie Tsved bvrs "X w.l iiu'er ofYi-H?l a c(ti. Rc4i4. ii: 'j'o a 1 1 1 1 wti'iuilMnliig Awl uJ wit Jie'vr I mtu. IteMr J( f o."s..r.i laaln Aii'i,liiaii".Jiur f.'iir- ni.iii. lV,i'iir.i- wlkVi ike im My plmiKliM! In no deep? 1 ?a Tinii any man ronid ki-cp. i CEWTER PIECE HINT. Vo liinnder lieavy eiiiluoideied rnmid j or oval center piece, wash and starch ! quite ailir. WMIo wet. divide Into foiiiili r eltbHis, place paper on rug nail I'iii to tie ir. as you would sirelvh eunniiw on .1 stretcher. When dry re move iihi-i. and you will have n center I done iii eciiitihiiiy, without any Irou-log. You Have Our Thanks One of the most pleasant privileges of the year is extending to you our most sincere thanks and appreciation for your patronage during 1921. It is a pleasure to us to give public recognition of this fact and may the best in life be yours in 1922. w. I RUTH RUMBLINGS - The Christinas tree and program was quit;' a success, there being treats for everyone, both young and old, out the progiuni wus the greatest treat of ail. -Many thanks to our .cacher. The patrons met at the school house, a:, was arranged, to decide on tha moving ef the school hulls.' to the center of th : di.-trict. A committee' was appointed to meet with the super-1 iutendent and investigate the chances j of improving our school. We nhvuys; 3t;;nd for anything to bitter our I school, tlu ni; in thhig b, for all to j pull together. A. 11. Hickmr.,. ami family have re turned home after a pler.snnt visit with relatives at Mangum, Okla. Quite a crowd of relatives and iric-.uls gather d at the home of G. R. Stout to pr.rtake of a bountiful Chi istmas dinni r. All report a fine time and lots of gord things to eut. There were thirty-nine present. Mclviu Hess left Mondr.y for Okla honia where he expects to stake his home. Sir. Scarborough and fr.mily were in Clovis Tuesday. Sim. Herman Curruthers :pent Chrir.tniR.i in Clovis. Her husband is working there. Sir. and Sirs. Chambers were in Clovis' one day kst week. Sir. Nation is n poi'.ed on the sick 1st with rheumatism. We hope not serious. CARD OF THANKS. On behalf of th. Sulvation Army we wish to thank all those who were so generous in tlv ir donation toward our Christmas Charity Fund. Es-; pecinlly do we wish to thank the Elks j Lodge. The JTcthodi-t Church and the Presbyterian Church also have our thanks for the generous offerings j that were made at their children's, services. Capt. and Mrs. J. I. Pylant, NOTICE OF SUIT In the District Court, Ninth Ju dicial District, Curry County, New Slexico. J. M. Radford Grocery Companv, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Sulli van's Grocery and .Market, a co-partnership composed of C. L, Sullivan and N. I. Sullivan, and C. L. Sulli and N. I. Sullivan, Defendants. No. 1922. To the Defendants above named: You and each of you are hereby notified Unit a suit has been con menced against you by the above named plaintiff in the above entitled . and Numbered cause and court; thatj the general object of said suit Is to, obtain judgment against you in the! sum of $1,030.43 for and on account; of merchandise sold and delivered toj you at your request, and jndgmnnt for the futhor sum of $103.05 atton-j ney'rf fee under and by virtu of your , written a"'eut yfch platMtitf, and that it U- you apiwar r wuse to Ve ( entered your npneiic0 in said csimu: on or lefor tint 27th day of Janu- sy, 1922, judgment will be entered, aga'nst you by default. That the name and postoffice ad-1 dress of plaintiff's attorney i W. H.I Sullivan, Clovis, New Moxico. j In witness whereof. I have hereun-; to set my hand and the seal of said Court, at Clovis, New Mexico, this 15th day of Pvrember, 1921. (SEAL) DANIEL BOONB, 12-16-4tc ' Clerk . Luikart & Co. CLAUD STEED ANNOUNCES. C. SI. Steed authorizes the News to announce his candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Curry County and his name will be found in our regular an nouncement column. Claud Steed Is well known to the voters of Curry County and has resided here for many years. He made the race for Sheriff four years ago and got a good vote and he now solicits his frineds to support him nt the April primary. . j. DR. H. R. GIBSON OSTEOPATH 4 Ti:r.ts all diseases, both acute and chronic. Office in building on comer north of Fire Station. Office Phone 383 Res. 300 Clovis, New SI--xico. 4 :;; VS i THOMAS W. JONES I DR" ' U' SBIGGS , ; . T Veterinary Surgeon Veterinarian A tiu .. j. onn n- i Phone 331 200 West Otero Street . x, . . m,. is . , w Clovis, Now Mexico Phone 45 Clovis, N. M. 4.4. 4 Tin t v ppvqtpv 4 Dr- w- M Lancaster I T PRESLEY PhyucUn and S.rgeon I A7"' E,V ,N 'nd Thr'' cl. New Moxico of. Roswell, N. M., will be in Clo- 4 offico 0ver Mttndc., 4 vis at the Baptist Hospital from 4 4 Phone No '157 4 the 4th to the 8th of each month. 4 Residence Phone 749 4 44444444444444444 44444444444444444 WALTER W. MAYES Dr. J. B. Westerfield 4 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 4 Phy.iciai. and Surgeon 4 4 Practice in all courts 4 OfficcllO'-i N. Main Street 4 4 Clovis, N. SI. 4 4 Office Phone 231 Res. 209 4 44444444444444444 .. Wanted Man with Small truck, with some salesman ability. Address Box 50 You want to I 17 i ou want to sen. You want to rent. You want to insure, yourself, your house, your store, your auto, yoor Dlate does, vour diamonds, or an v. IF 1 ' ' thinj at alL . 4IEE F. S. BURNS Real Estate. Insurance, Loans Next Door to Post Office Phone 194 S. J. WRIGHT Licensed Chiropractor Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Over Farmers State Bank I'hone 340 ' Dr. C. L. McClellan Physician and Surgeon Office Over Mandell's Residence, 914 N. Main St. CLOVIS, N. M. DR. C. 0. WARRINER CHIROPRACTOR Licensed 11 3 M, South Muin Street Phone 101 1 Farwell, Texas buy. II 7 - I