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Murray's Confectionery Appreciates the generous busi ness enjoyed during the past ami wishes to publicly thank everyone. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Murray's Confectionery x LOCAL MENTiON ! Erie K. Forbes, who has been quite sick with mumps, is improving. For least Large storage ware house. See S. A. Jones. 12-22-tfc The Kliis will have n New Year's dance Friday evt niug at the Klks Home. Mazda Uectric Lights, all s Zes, all kinds. Judge W. R. McCiill, leg ster of tin-; i i V. S. Land Office a! Ft. S-umr.t -, was a Clois visitor Tuesday. i M. Mundell of Albuii.-i'ipie hei-'-' this ! week looking after husines? matters. . I pet Fine Whipping Cream .r0c quart. Cull John Humphrey, phone 1002-F-14. 12-l.r,..ltp C. R. Herrin, who has been quite ick, is nble to be up and will soon be able to be nt his place of business. Candidates, hnve your cards print ed at the News office. Prompt serv ice and satisfactory prices. Whether it is constipation or cos tiveness Chiropractic will remove the cause. Give Dr. Warriner a trial, ltc We have the agency for soms nf the most substantial old lin fire insur ance companies. Doughton Land Company. 12-2tf An aching head is no place for thought or efficiency, Get rid of the cause with Chiropractic adjuring. Cr.ll Dr. Wuirniner. ltc Chiropractic adjustings for child ren will give them the foundation of a fiealthy life. Let Dr. Wai finer look them over, it? Mr. W. D. Richir.'dsoii has just bought from Stewart Hell some lots near Rnptist Hospital nnd talks of building soon. tc Winchester Guns, Rifles and Ammunition. We Appreciate n Your Patronage We take this opportunity to ex press to our friends and custo mers our appreciation of the patronage extended to us dur ing the year fast growing to a close and sincerely wish them all A Happy and Prosperous New Year CLOVIS DRUG STORE ACROSS THE STREET FROM BARRY HARDWARE COMPANY PHONE 162 Colds and so.'e ihrcuts often lead to more serious conditions. I can cure them. Dr. Warriner. ltc li-o. O. Roberts left Wednesday morning for a busiiuss trip to Mem phis, Texas. Cecil. Hoiu'u is in Vaughn this week ' doing the wiring on a school building there for Barry Hardware Co. Tiy a loaf of fresh Whole Wheat liread. Ktetl's Electric Kakeiy. I2-2!i-tfe. S. I.. Suller was home from lit Ion to pend Christinas v.mi Mrs. Sutter !a.:il tile children. The Knights Templar . of Clovis held a special t hi i&liiiu.s service at the Masonic Hall on Christmas D:.y. Lard Cans and Meat Cutters. EE? "Make every lick count," girls and boys, be sure to met Mrs. Dixie Owen at the Methodist church Friday morn ing at 10 o'clock. Dr. T. E. Presley, eye, ear, nose and throat, will be in Clovis at Bap tist Hospital, 4th to 6th of January, after being absent from appointments for a few months. 12-29-2tc The Golden Rule Tailors will clean and press your suit for $1.50, Special prices to club members. 109 West Monroe St., Phone &0. ltp A big turkey gobbler brought as much on the Clovis market last week as a y.-arling. It is some trouble to mis... turkeys but the work is always rewarded when marketing day comes around Christmas time, Glassware and Chinnwarc. Mr. ar,ii Mrs. D. D. Westfall and Miss Coye Napier of Canyon, Texas, are here for a visit at the home of Bob Napier on North Prince St. Candidates, have your cards print ed at the News office. Prompt serv ice and satisfactory pries. THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1921. Try the meali at the White Rose Cafe on Grand Ave. 10-27-tfc Judge Sam Bratton made a busi ness trip to Amarillo Wednesday. Fresh Parker House Rolls 'Very day. Reed's Electric Bakery. 12-29-tfc Mrs. Carl A. Hatch and children are spending the holidays at ElDora do, Okla., visiting relatives. Mrs. J. C. Floyd is quite sick this week, having had a stroke of paraly sis recently. Muscle soreness, aching joints forerunners of rheumatism. Waste no time, see Dr. Wurriner. ltc F. A. Dillner returned Sunday from Huxtun, Colo., where he has been on business. Mrs. AV. B. Wimberly of Sweet water, Texas, is spending a few days with her son and family, D. D. Wim berly, 218 N. Connelly St. E. C. HoHinger, county agent, is at State College attending a confer ence of county agents being held tli.' re. j Dr. T. E. Presley, eye, car, rc.se and tnrotti, win n(. m i iovis at I'.ip tist Hospital. 4th to (ith of January, after being absent from appointment- for a few months. ll-2H-2tc When you think of insur ance, think of F. S. Burns, the insurance man. F. W. Jersig has sold his fine home on North Main Street to D. W. Il.ini, of I-'arwell. This is one of the ni; i homes in Clovis. Mr. Fl Evans of Palestine, Tcni.. hiis nc.ntly moved tn Clovis and bit bought, through Stewart & Hell, s n,k lots ('! the est side and intend, by Ming in th near future. Ite I An uutonioh:!.' lieuise costs about tt-ii times as nmih as a marriage li cense, and it isn't worth that much difference. Dallas N ws. When you think of insur ance, think of P. S. Burns, the insurance man. W. P. Wilkinson, who lives ten miles northwist of Clovis, was award ed the brass bed at Crook Furniture Company ChristmaB Eve. Mr. A. B. Austin traded his wagon yard on West Otero Avenue this week to Mr. M. Grubaugh for his farm and stock. The deal was made by Stewart B II. ltc .Mr. and Mrs. W. Vanlandlrghnm of Amarillo sp nt Christmas in Clovis visiting nt the home of Dr. an 1 Mrs. C. L. McClellan. THE CLOVIS "FLORAL CO. Cut flowers, floral designs, etc. Corner Washington and Wallace and 311 N. Sheldon. Phone 335. 6-9-tfc. Mi's. H. F. Chrisenherry left the latter part of last week for Alhis, Okla., where she will attend the b;-d-siib of her daughter, who is verv "ick. The residence of Joe Fewell, oc cupied by Mr. S'ni th, on East V-mroo Ave., was burnt d on Friday morning 'of last week, the fire originating from the explosion of an oil stove. Th.' building and furniture were part ly covered by Insurance. My feet fee Rood because Harper repairs my shoef by hand. On Mon roe Ave. nt rear of Luikart's store. Harper's Shoe Shop. 11-17-tfc Mr. and Mrs. S.-ott McDowell were called home from Portclos this week on account of the illness of Mrs. Mc Dowell's mother, Mrs. E. E. Hull. They had planned a trip to El Paso and it her places in the southwest i which was positioned on ncco'tit of j Mrs. Hull's illness. j AH kinds of shoe repairing done in first class in inner. Clovis Shoe Hos- pital in now location on South Main1 St., next door to Clovis Barber' Shop. 1 1 1 7-tfc ! A resilience belonging to W. T. : Strirklin at KOlt East Grand, occu-' pied by C. E. Mauhlin, caught fire 1 Christmas morning, the fiio originat-; ing in the flue. The blaze was ex-! tingipsh'd before much damage was' lone. j SEEDS! SEEDS! We are now buying all kinds of ' ! ! nt best market prices. See us 'With samples before selling. j I The Will H. Pattisdn 'Seed Co. I tTTTTtTtTttv R'Rular Communication, 4 A. F. it A. M. 4 Naxt Tuesday Night P. A. La Shier, Secretary Welcome, New Year j I HAVE written a welcome, rhythmical welcome, A mM slad-hosrUd and truo. I want you lo read it, par- hapt you may need it For it was intended for you. I hv written a fraetinf, a Vtriifiod ireatinf, With every word pertinent, true. To welcome the f lad year, the marry, the iad year, The wonderful year that is new. I have written a welcome, a love), inspired welcome, Read on 'till the story ii through. This New Year advancing, inspiring, entrancing. This New Year depends upon you. Will you make it a treature and fill it with pleasure, Its skies of a heavenly hue, Will your earneat endeavor enihrine it forever, This wonderful year that is new? I have written a greeting, a wide icattered greeting, The belt thnt my pencil could do, But the joy and the glory of making iti itory A blening, reverts unto you. If at hut you have crowned it with good deed and bound it With kindly intents not a few, Then turciugh your endeavor you've hallowed forever Thi wonderful year that ii new. -L- M. Thuniiea, in (.'raiit- JuIU Karitit-r. Tcminj the Leaf rmHvUvtVVHVVMrVtrVMMVM' t l'..;l. I.) Mci'luii- .-.,,,.T S)iiilic.il. "I i...v,- iK.t foin.il in. lay mi vain .V'l :. --il:i y v. j : 1 1 1 mul i;ui,tl Ti.ai I tv...iH l,.iv ii, v nr.- attain An I lie.- l r II I i-nulil." IK tli'si i-iiiii'liisioii that a - ill ii itri'ive al ulieii lie iliiiil; 1. 1' l.-.:' new year is linn he will iiirn over a new leaf, eli-enes Laura .lean Lilil't'V. Ii' lie's single lie resohl'S Hull lie'll rill lense Irelll the e. nipaiiioiis he has had the Jolly fellows who are not just what lliey outilit to he. lie makes up his mind lluii he'll quit niniiiu' night Into day, lurking around until the wee sina' hours and attempting to work the next day. lie makes up his mind he'll save iiiniif)'. Instead of going out with the beys he'll hunt up the nice girls whom lie knows and spend his eve nings with them. From the many lie will choose one girl who shall lie nearer and dearer yet than all others. He thinks lie has had quite, enough of luteliei.ir life In fact that lie'll marry and settle down. The married mini's thoughts urtt along quite a different Hue. He makes up his mind to cut down the number of clubs to width he belongs and give his wife the new clonk slm has heen pining for. lie will forego the stag rackets that lie has been accustomed to Join In, lellliig Ills wife that he's been o u prayer inei'ili,. lie con cludes to gle his wife a little more pleasure in the niiy ,,f ihiiIiil'S, and to pay her pruiy e..ti1.tiin,.ilH to keep Inr heart from hiinerlng alto gether, lie'll eeue ,neelllig when she speaks of her relii'ives and refrain from ll'culllig tbeji, -haM'ily when they pay her a visit. The lniher.i. law's thoughts take u different turn. Afier h,ug and serious thought on the subjeei. he cniieluileH that he will shut his eyes to his sou-Ill-law's peccadilloes, Kive him a help ing bund Instead of uriiinhllnK nt the maimer In whleh he Is keeping his daughter; that he'll not take sides with either when a family row is on. The free lanee rnie-luiles to cross off all the married from his calling list, and to turn Ids attention to the women who arc heart whole and fancy free. The eondiiclor on the trolley ear coiieludes Hint he will brln the new year by stnppliiK hi rie'i' Unit people w i,i,i M t, r .. ,1U he may ualn the ihnnk, of Hie trav elers Instead of Hie iii,riildii.gs of Irate passengers ,irH obliged to walk many bin, u k. The rounder .,!;,, ,,i,.Mds nn the liineh funnier for Id- liniiv fare con cludes Hint be will at-.-ept a Job from any luiiii v. ho I- im ,,. , t V(. him a square deal. The ,ii, ,,.r ,ks Ill will turn hi- iiiiei.H,,,, f,. M, trli-kn of his livole b,.. a,,.,. ,,iibK s pro hlblied In his snii... ip. thinks he may plek up a nimbi,, pei ny )v hecoinlng a rousing revlvnli-t , ,:, the tle'll 'I'oiintl Hi" sun,,,,, i i,,, tl,uiiii n,i. eludes not I,, si,,, a, ,. ,. m,p for a driok, ibe , ,u, ehaulTelir con clndes to pm hi- lull,,,. a,i address in Ills iileiilll'.i-iiUm ; H.1t,n )ie Kes Joy riding. Hut 'lo yu think il,,t these men will keep thee i.-oUe-,'; i( s a gotl thing to bii,i.. Liberty C Liberty i-anily ,;ln of white sugar a hid a pound 4-ii -li ,,i i and two poiimK- ,, fruit and nuts ,.... bine them. Cool, -i( that strings from in then mix In the fruit "idy. ! for one cupful '' upfill of water, 1 Miis and dates, j nuts. Chop the lely, then com- : sugar to a sirup j poon, add flavor, md nuts. Spread ..... m RESEARCH CLUB. The Research Club met with Mrs. McCarty as hostess on December 27. The club was at home to the wives of the ministers of the city, and a few other guests who ussisted with the program. The program for the day was as follows; Roil Call Scripture Quotations. Christmas Story Little Tim Mrs. Stuart. Piano Duet, LaChase-AuLion, by Kipling, Mrs. Sutter and Mrs. Doughtoii. . Review of Van Dyke's "Story of the Other Wise Man" Mrs. Durand. Trio "Rest Thee on This Mossy Pillow," bv Smart Mesdames Doughton, Baird and Sutter. An original Christmas poem was beautifully given by Mrs. S. D. Dean. Corregio's "Holy Night" descrip tive -work led by Mrs. Koppeniueyer. Raphael's Madonna of the Chair and Sistine Madonna, descriptive work Mesdames Murphy and Sutler. Two reading, Hooverize Conversa tion Committee and Uncle Kcinus yMUi. jgaFinm iMMUwa ijwawa Dynamite Steve Dorsey quick with his gun; speedy with his horse. IN "Riding With Death" A story, Western not big but just plumb interesting-adventurous, thrilling and romantic enough to please you. You'll feel grateful, yes, even affectionate toward Buck because he outwits a crooked sheriff and saves his friend's home from him. ' You'll like it. Two Reel Sunshine Comedy Mutt and Jeff Cartoon AT SATURDAY Night December 31st Ring out the Old Year-Ring in the New at the Lyceum. Third show will turn out just ten minutes before twelve. TRY TO GET IN Story, were given by Miss Gibson of Roswell. At the close of the program a de lightful salad course was served and the wives of the ministers and other guests were toasted by the club. INGERSOLL WATCH FIRM GOES INTO BANKRUPTCY New York. An involuntary petiJ( tion in bankruptcy was filed in fed eral court today aguinst Robert II. Ingersoll & Bro., manufacturers of the Ingersoll watches, of this city. Liabilities were set forth as $3,l'O0,. 000 and assets, exclusive of good will, as $2,000,000. Regular Meeting CLOVIS COMMANDERY Will be held at Masonic Hall Second and Fourth Friday nights of each month. at 8:00 O'clock. All Sir Knight residing in this jurisdiction are Invited. George Roach, Recorder. 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