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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1921.
(S) Boys' and Girls' Club Corner Success To You In By Mrs. Edna Hume Durand I County Club Leader ft nf THESE Afc" brTng )t jJVAKT AD'S f RESULTS jjj FOB SALE Practically now Round Oak lu.itcr. Sue Ira Downey ut last house on .west aide of N. Mitchell Street. Hp FOR SALE Some desireable lots in North part of town. Also house ;uid lot ant! some second hand fur niture. See 0. II. Blimkcushin, the Vutkins man, '.HO N. Wallace. I'houe Jill. .l2.2il"Jtj). FOB SAI.K Second hand piano in good condition. A bargain, ln tl'.iire 401 X. Prince St. ltp FOIl SAI.K New residence just ' completed, 1 Mock north of Court House on Mitchell St. (1 rooms, best constructed house in Clovis. Terms. See Dr. (i. I'. Miller, '2:1 North Mitchell. 12-22-tfc FOIl SAI.K OK TIIADK Two (rood milk cow. Write box H.'i for in formation or what you have to nude. 12-l.'.;!t;i WANTKD Representative for fast selling line of Auto Accessories. Motion picture for advertising tur- nished. $3,r)0.00 up per month. Box 27T). St. Joseph, Mich. Hp FOIl SAI.K 10 acre tract about one ni.le wist of court house. For furtlnlr information address J,. N. Lewis, 417 N. Thornton St., Clovis, N. M. 12-8-ltp FOR SALE Lot 4, block 65 and lot 2, block 7:i, 0. T. A. II. Clinton, Littleton, Colo. 12-8-tfc FOR RENT- Furnished house, mod ern. Enquire Reed's Electric Bak ery. 12-29-tfc. FOR RENT 3 room house. Sec Mrs, WANTED A P. & 0. two-row Hater, :..u..t lie in lv id condition. Addresi Clovis, N. M., Box 325. .1,. Avcrnire of the chamnion cows of five dairy breeds, milk 24,383 lbs.; butter, 1,019 lbs. Average of 40,000 cows in cow testing associations: milk 5.9H0 lbs; butter 240 lbs. Average of all cows in the Unit ed Statc3 (estimated by Dairy Divis ion): milk 4,000 lbs.; butter lttn lbs. ! I i WANTED Your Mattress Work. Old Mattresses made new for $2.!i0. New ones for 0.00 to $8.50. Feather Mattresses made out of youi old feather beils. Phone 703. Fa mous Mattress Company, opposite Baptist Hospital. 11-17-lfc LIVING ROOMS for rent, furnished, suitable for light housekeeping. HI 2 N. Main, phone 2KI-J 12-22-2tc for fire in ' Co insurance see Doughlon - 12-2-tfc HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED First class workmansh;p. Mrs. N. A, Harper, Grand Ave., News office. how does the best cow on youi'iX father's farm and the average of tli herd compare with these figures'.' Prepare for calf club work in the spring by keeping a few records and doing your share of the milking this winter. Are you feed ng u pound of grain for every three pounds of milk the cow gives daily? 1 Mr. C. V. Head of Quay cmi:ity .will accompany his stock judging t' :u" to Deliver. Mis Klma C. Sturdevant, Assist ant State Club Leader, will go to the Denver Stuck. Show Januaiy K In 9i Miuu Stun eivnnt Is takinc II opposite j (lj iliiv of Mexk,o f,uh wQrk !)liv( 1 KM . WE HAVE BIG TEAMS that are rearing to go. If you have any hauling. Just let us know. Never too heavy or too small, call 31, that will be all. J. C. Stephens Transfer Co., 114 S. Mitchell St. 12-15-4tp Montgomery, Corner West Ave. Hnd North Jones Street. ltp. FOR RENT Four room modern res idence with garage, plastered and stuccoed. Phone 441. 12-8-ttfc FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms and bed room. Phone 251 or in quire at 517 N. Pile. 12-15-tfc FOR RENT Bed rooms, modern, steam heat, close in, gentleman pre ferred. Mrs. W. H. Shumate, 420 V. Munroe, phone 225. 5-20-tfc FOR RENT Room formerly occu pied bv Western Union Telegraph Co. in Antiers Hotel building. Ap dIv to Mrs. Mary Lyons. 12-1-tfc DRESSED HOGS I will sell dressed hogs, either whole or half hog, do livered in Clovis for 12 tt cents per lb. Hogs will weigh dressed from , Address Chas. Sorg M. 12-8-4tp. Grand' 100 to ISOtbs en, Clovis, N. CLOVIS TO TUCUMCARI AUTO LINE. Leaves Clovis 7:00 a. m., arrives Tucumcari 4:80 p. m. Car starts from Clovis post office. Waits and Carman. Contractors. 9-22-tfc LET US REMAKE that old bed. We manufacture any size bed you want. Hall Mattress i;o across me street from Austin & Co. 11-17-tfc of which comes from Curry County RECEIVERSHIP ASKED FOR KU KLUX KLAN A IF YOU HAVE THE MONEY and need a gun, see me. If you have a good gun and need some money, see me. Buy, sell or trade guns. Sev eral on hand. Fred Murphy. 8-11-tfc WANTED Good second rtai;d safe. Call on or write Doui;hton Land Co., Clovis, N. M. 12-22tfc. FOR SALE Shetland pony, best in the country. Very gentle. See Dr. C. L. McClellan. 12-15-tfc : , ! ! ; Atlanta Ga Dec. 28. Hearing on ; (g) petition of 174 bonifide members of!ga thu Ku Klux Klan that it be thrown j )d into receivership and that Edward X Young Clarke and Mrs. Elisabeth Ty-jcP ler, two of its officers, be removed, i W was set today for January 28 before Judge John T, Pendleton, in superior court here. Judge Pendleton granted a tempo rary order restraining the organiza tion from disposing of any of its property of disbursing any money except for ordinary expenses, which murt not include salnries of officers, pending the hearing. Signers of the petition include four( grand goblins recently deposed by or-:sg tier of William Joseph Simmons, '.iii- . perial w'znrtl, and for and against whom various suits have recently been filed. They are Harry B. Tcr- reil, Lloytl B. Hooper, F. W. Akin and ; J. A. Tadon, Jr., all of whom had been ' 0)(0)))(Q representing the klan in north rn states. The temporary order stipu lated the klan should take no further steps against them pending the hearing. The Long-Bell Lumber Company feels very grateful for the business extended them during 1921. Being vitally interested in everything for the upbuilding of Clovis and. Curry County, we hope that the New Year will be a happy one for . everyone in the county and their efforts will be rewarded with prosperity. We believe in Clovis and Curry County and believe in her citizenship, and our wish for all is Happy and Prosperous 1922 NUTRITION WORKER GOES TO CHILDRESS (Continued from page 1.) JonG-fteix T umber Company IX3IBEKMKX SINCH is".") W. B. CRAMER, Manager. Telephone 15 CORDELL HULL MARRIED IN AMARILO. gained 293 pounds in all. There are now only 63 in this school who are Tc or more under weight. Six have reached their normal weight. In the Mexican school there were twenty-two who were T'U or more under weight. These have gained 53 uounds in all. There are now only 12 who Bre 1rk or more nuder weight. One reached her normal weight. The children who have reached their normal weight, or within frac tion of a pound of it, are: Antonito Romero, Mary Malicoat, Louise; Mitham, Bernice Robbins, Sammio Marsh, Eunice Wallis, Erma Wolls, Lyncll Skard, Marlon Houk, Otho Tollett, Harold Chalfant, James Milton Brown, Otis Firestone, Jesse Lee Helm, Mildred Cofrin, Edwin. Dil lon, John Parish, Clarence Singer. BIDS WANTED. The city will receive bids for rent on the city farm at its meeting on January 2. Bids must be filed with the city clerk before the above date E. E. TAGADER, 12-8-tfc City Clerk. Miss Beatrice Kemp and Mr. Oscar E. Robinson were married in Amarillo last Saturday. The bride's home has been at Hickman, Ky., but she former ly lived at Clovis. Mr. Robinson is a carpenter here. Tho couple will make their home on North Prince St. Mr. Farmer, if you are going to have a public sale, advertise it in the News. Proper advertising through the columns of this paper will bring you a crowd. tf If you have something for sale or want to buy something, use a Clovis New Want Ad. lc per word. tf (From the Searchlight, Washington, D, C.) Apparently a strange and unusual thing has happened. One of the two eld parties has been given Into the executive bands of a man who is more statesman than politician. The National Committee of the Dimorrntie nartv has made Cordell Hull its chairtnf.a. Hull is not all the type generally placed m that important position. A n,,t mutter at practical politics ifcl usually selected. That is th? first reason for surprise, He knows very little and probably o..s leas about big, orthedox pullti chI maninulaticns. That is not His way of doing things. Aho, Hull is d- cidedly a progres sive, by habit and from conviction. But that doesn't worry Roscoc or his. In. Congress, he ranked among the grk-nt:sl constructive forces ever to s.t in thu House. He was a great Student, and a tirub.'sa worker. He djmoustniteiL exceptional capacity as an economist Tha income tax luw was a product cf his planning. On tariff and revenue, questions he was particularly expert. He is clean, courteous, scholarly a 3t:.i.csmr.2. of toe Old School who is thoroughly nbre..st of modern prob-InA It will bo highly interesting to ob serve how the Democratic party re ap)nds t this Lind of leadership. ARBUCKLE PLANS RETURN TO MOVIES friends, as his second trial on the ciiarge of manslaughter in connection with the death of Vorgmia Rappe ap proaches. Those friends are few, but they hare confidence In Roseoe Arbuckle's innocence, integrity and ability to "Kama boric." Such is the gist of statements made by Arbuckle and by Joseph DC Scfcenck, motion picture producer and Arbuckle's best friend. Arbuckle maintains he wil'. re-enter pictures, R'"3riing tho future distribution of Arbuckle pictures now being held by the Famous PLayers-Lasky Com pany, no official of th concern-here wttl discuss the Subject. Los Angeles, Dec. 28. Roseoe Ar buckle is broke. That is, financially Patronize Clovis merchants, help build up tho town. They tf Roberts-Dearborne Hardware Co. STORES AT CARLSBAD, CLOVIS AND LOVING, NEW MEXICO (Incorporated) .$ m r Tl- Aw,. J 1 our nusinesb nuui cuaicu DIRECTORS S. I. ROBERTS, President. P. L. DEARBORNE, Vice-President H. H. DILLY, Secretary and Treas. GEO. O. ROBERTS ROY DICKISON Capital Stock $100,000.00 Clovis, New Mexico F. L. DEARBORNE, Manager Carlsbad Store GEO. O. ROBERTS Manager Clovis Store ROY DICKISON, Manager Loving Store 7 lo Our Customers and Friends: We want to thank you. for the business you have given us during the year we appreciate it. During the year 1922, we hope to have even more of your business, and in order to get it, will make the best price possible. May you have a most prosperous year, is our wish. ROBERTS-DEARBORNE HARDWARE COMPANYi As the old year draws to a close we would be indeed ungrate ful if we did not voice our appreciation of the favors shown us in 1921. With the new year we trust we may be favored with a continuance of your good favors. Cleaning and Pressing Reduced We have made a reduction in all cleaning and pressing charges but no change in the quality of work being turned out. rnrimwwmmnii i . . . (g)(?