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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
m We Thank You For Past Patronage and Wish one and all A HAPPY NEW YEAR ,() JOHNSON BROS. FURNITURE & UNDER TAKING CO. PERSONAL MENTION E:;t at the White Rune Cufo. Hubert Hiid Charles Taylor am) I'lavillu Coats loft Friday morning fur u ten day's visit in California. Mis. K. K. Hull sick this week. has been fjuit ,1. ('. Snolson will close- out his 8 ock of groceries on South Main St. mill quit business soon. Plumbing and Klectiic Hi-pairitiB. Thorn- 72. Will Vcnhnus of Lawrence, Nib.. is here for a visit at thy home of his sister, Mrs. J. J. Hilvcrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rciff of New. ton, Kansas, spent the Christmas holi days visiting at the home of Mrr. Ri-iffi parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Austin. Bring your shoe repairing to the Clovis Shoe Hospital, now at its new location on South Main St., Wied- mann l old stand. 11-17-tfc Master Leo O'Connell, son of Mrs. Anna O'Connell, who has been spend ing the winter ct Granite, Okla. with relatives and attending school there, is home for a few weeks. Have you eaten at the White Rose W. Weir has opened the Perfect Cnfc? Short orders and regular nici.lj System Bakery in the new building ht reasonable prices. recently erected on ICast Grand Ave. One reason why we think Santa I treat all diseases and disorders of ('bus smokes a pipe is because he i. women and attend confinement such u rotten judge of cigars. Dallu cases Dr. H. R. Gibson. 10-30-tfc ,..AS. Practically all business houses wi re i Rrjng U8 your shoe repairing. Clo- clci il Monday observing Christ-mis; vg shoe Hospital, in new location, holiday. Wtttttl t 8 V When vou think of insnr ance, think of F. S. Burns, the insurance man. Short orders and regular meals nt the White Rose Cafe on Grand Avenue. 10-27-tfc Mrs. G. A. Napier of Tahoka, Tex- as, is H-re for a visit at the home of her son, Bub Napier, on North Prince St Get the habit. Stop and get your fresh bread at Reed's Llectric Bak ery. 1Z-ZV-UC. Personally, we are careful of our money, but we would give a dollar for a cocoanut that tasted as good as the nickel ones used to. Dallas News. m.-:t door to Clovis Barber shop on South Main Street. 11-17-tfc Mrs. Lena Maxwell, who teaches at I'laudell, was in Clovis last Saturday. Mrs. Maxwell is u candidate for Coun ty Superintendent of Curry County. Rev. W. M. Elliott, pastor of tho Presbyterian Church, entertained the officers of the church with a turkey dinner served vt the Manse Tuesday evening. Bring your shoe repairing to Har per's Shoe Shop at rear of Luikart's store. All work done by hand. Har per's Shoe Shop. 11-17-tfc Capt. Pylant of the Salvation Army in Clovis says he will soon open an employment agency in Clovis in con nection with his other work. .... ... m i? .'::V ''"StKli ' :?W If you arc suffering with any chronic or acute condition, I would like to examine and talk with you, that will coat you nothirg. Dr. War- riner.l ltc New lear Parties Hire's tu the old year, drink buys, drink. Heir's Id the dnis Unit hare fled, Old friends, ull nine, old mrmwu's; lrink Id I he Jay. Hint are ilnvl. Uirt'x In the Xeib Vc- ttrrtihimj ahead, Tq Hi' i-i.v i'nnl are blithesome iiiul Mivj the jn'ii of the old be the jnjs of Hie. niir, Its sorrinc fade ijentlif own. IVOTIIKK New leur coined to us with h volume all pure and unspotted, on which we will somi Itegln to write a history tlmt will go on to be hound with the thou- lands of other records we call years, May WJ2 brli us counterparts of the happiest days of the year Jiiht closing, and, a heart for "any fate," aitii may m Break colds with vapors The favored treatment now is a salve rubbed on, that gives off penetrating, healing fumes. Try the vaporizing treatment for col. Is Vicks VapoRub. At the first sign, of a cold, ap ply Vicks over throat and chest, kith well in. Lay on n flannel cloth. Apply again at niglit and arrange the bedclothes like a funnel, so that the vapors, released by the body heat, will be freely inhaled. This is the treatment favored today by doctors and nurses for colds, bronchitis, lonsilitis, spasmodic ennui, soro throat and, in modified form, for catarrh and asthma. Vicks contains the old, time-Usii-d remedies - Camphor, Men thol, Eucalyptus, etc. combined by special process, r,o that while they penetrate and stimulate the skin, the ingredients are also iclcased as vapors by the body heat and are breathed right into the lungs. Just rub it on and breathe in the v.por. V VApoRod LOCUST GROVE LOCALS ; re all learn the lesson of how "to 1 labor and to wult." Now for a Jolly New Tear's eve party that you may like to get up. We had a Christmas tree at Locust Grove Saturday niht. All received Miss Sue Wilson is home fron. Beaumont, Texas, to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Wilson, who live on North Connelly Street. Choice cooked meats and other cooked foods can be purchased at Mrs. N A. Harper's Dclacntessen Shop, next door to Herrin's Sheet Send out Invitations for a "watch t 0f presents and had a jolly (food night" party or "remeinhrance tjmei party, as one girl Is going to cull the ' b . k f intimate little affair she Is arranging Ml- lra naa un for New Year's eve. If you can sketch, the past week. iraw an hourglass, a "Father Time" Mr. LaDuke and family visited at w clock face with the handn at mid- jjr McDuniel's west of Texico Sun- nlght or the hist leaf on the culeiidar with "I UH-emiier hi done in sctinei. Mahaffey kill hogi Tuesday. Mrs. Ward's father and mother of Hereford, Texas, came in to spend Christmas with her. Misses Gladys and Wilma Bell are visitini? their sister, Mrs. Ebb Randol, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mahaffey's daughter and husband of below Portalcs spent Christmas with them. kt each one fo tell of their happiest flay in the year that Is piit and In what month It happened. You may play cards, dance or "rem InlseeneeK," Just as sails you hex. Have a cake with VI candle- sur rounded by a wreath of holly and mis tletoe and the favors symbolic of the year's special days; for ln-iaiiee, a calendar for .lanuiiiy, a Cupid or heart for Fehruary, a kite for March, a tiny umbrella for April, p sy r hnuuuet of iirtillclal llowers for .May, t.,,. ...J... u .l,.ll l.i'l.li, Ml a basket of 'roses for June, a firecracker rkinir for Hill & Son of Texico, I for July, n golf set or picnic busket visited home folks i hnstmas. ... i i,,wh nt i.miiii.j or a lliir Khh Rnmlnl nnd fmilv sncnt who they report are under indictment , ...,,. - ' senteniber. the latter slg- rhrixtmns dnv at W. A. Bell's north by the grand jury of Navajo county,, nltyUlg uhoT dny: f Tcxico Arizona at Holbrook, in connection! itepresent October with a wee Jack NEW MEXICAN'S STORY OF ALBUQQUERQUE DISPUTE ' The Albuquerque papers, the Morn-; ing .lournni Tor the prosecution, ami the Kvening Herald for the defense, ale try'ng in their columns the tisesi of J. M. Raynolds and Guy Koiren, j president and vice president of the i First National Bank of Albuquerque, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bart Osborne took Christmus dinner with T. J. Randol and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Vaughn and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Vauirhun pent Saturday night and Sunday with Sam Randol nod family. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Owens visited at Mr. John Boss' Sunday. Sam Rundot made a business trip to Clovis Siturday afternoon. Miss Mildred Hairier, who has been WORKING ON ROLLS. Tax Assessor, George Roach and his office force are busy now carrying forward tho extensions on the tax rolls, preparatory to having the rolls ull ready for the county commission ers to approve early in January. They will be immediately turned over to the treasurer and taxes for 1U21 can be paid next weik. Try a News W ant Ad. BUCK JONES -DIRECTION WILLIAM FOX. "RIOT AND RANGER" RECALLED BY FILM Probably no actor on the silver Bcrcetl IS ocuer linen iu eimcv un roll! of a Texas Ranger than ('has. (Buck) Jones, the Fox star. His first picture since he was christened Charles the name taking the place of "Buck" is "Riding With Ih-uth," a Fox feature with a Texas Ranger known ns "Dynamite" Steve Dorsey as its hero. The exploits of "Dynamite" Steve are said to recall forcibly the old story of the Ranger who responded to a call for help in suppressing rioting In one of tho smaller and wilder Tex as communities. " When he arrived, with the alleged relation between thy Albuquerque bank and the Holbrook State Bunk, wh'ch failed a year ago, At the same time R. E. Putney nnd Jesse Ilubtt, receivers for the JI"'-h-iiok bank, have filed suit ngninst flic Albuquerque First National for s me ?" I.n00, tho action growing out of the relations between the -Mini-; iii i-qtie nnd Holbrork brinks. Re'd, Heivey and Men ail attorneys for fir.- plaintiff?. j Tlr- Albuquerque Jlcrnld ciainis ill t tin- whole mn'tcr has been sfir ! red ur by Carl Mngce of the Mornir.jr I Journal, and Mr, Putney. Mr. M-igi"1 j in tile Journal, int'mates th; ,t In- hn jriitri y will bring suits for lihol ns a I ve: iilt ' f the specific charges in this regard, published in the Herald. Ho;'- "Sure," responded the lone Rang er, serenely; "you've got only one riot haven't you?" Intimates of Charles Jones, who h i-, of the bank, in n statement, men knew him as "Buck" in the west, in the Ph ilippines and in France, have declared tlmt ho "has the stuff in him" that is ascribed to the nioAl during and capable of Rangers. In "Riding With Death," in the role of "Dynamite" Steve, he rides alone to run down a crooked county sheriff and his score or more of henchmen. ' By ili"'i'tion of the District Court You'll get a lot of keen enjoyment jail cred tors of C. W. and Gertrude out of "Riding With Death." It has'Follnnshee are notified to file claims dons "n 'l i.'cu'ion" of the bank while ( Macee in th:1 Journ.il, i-llepres nil Inc. oiit.-r v '.hat th" h-tnk has hen '-' seciitimr Mageo. Si. h Fo New Mex ican. I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I o'-lantern cut from nn orange, a pumpkin or football for November, or . D turkey, and for December a minia ture Christmas tree. These articles could be procured In duplicate mid he used to find partners, or they may bn placed In fl Ja'-k Horner pie made to represent the face of a clock, red rib bons going to each place. This is uu occasion when the for tune nuts may be used, taking perfect English walnut and removing rjm meats. Inserting a narrow strip of paper bearing a pleasant prophecy for the coming season, and then gluing the shells closely together. T'lese limy be glided and passed nt the table. A wise hostess who knows her puests well will bi' clever In iiiuklnt these foreiasls rl,.ht. Much nierrlnii'iit ensues when the girls ask. the noys to dunce. Invite tliein to supper, and In general reverse the usual order of sik-IhI conventions. Part of the "Crooks" helped Mr. . PRIVATE MONEY Private money to loan. H. G. Springfield, Clovis, N. M. 122 m V ' A St tch In Time. When the lining n.ixt Mie collar ol jour wrap be :1ns to show simis o wear, gel a few lie lies of wide vllk military braid, nint'-li!"" the color, and sew it illy over lie- worn purt. Hj Bulling a tuivii'l nt the oduu the brnlc Will be perfeelly smooth and the gar Bient will not appear patched. . We Take This Opportunity To thank our ukuiv t-u(oincrs ;iul those whom we wish were our customers, for their )i;itroiiiii;-( iiii'l I'eel 1 1 1 : 1 1 at this lime, we are ii;!ehtel to those who have made olll' suc cess jinssilile. Our business has increased daily and w' will endeavor to please you, and offer you hcttcr quality merchandise at low prices always. We extend our host wishes and hope success our friends. will he with all action, thr'lli and romance. Come! Also two-reel Sunhsine comedy and a Mutt and Jeff Cartoon at the Lyceum Saturday night, Dec. 31st. Try to alone, the frightened law and order get in. Ring out the Old Year and group threw up their hands in dispair. ring in the New at the Lyceum. with A. W, Hockenhull, Trustee, and if your claim has not been filed, do po promptly so that distribution may be made. A. W. HOCKENHULL. 1 2-29-3tc Trustee. SEEDS1 SEEDS! We are now buying u',1 kinds of Seeds at best market prices. See us with samples before selling. The Will II . Pattison Seed Co. The Surprise Store LOWER PRICES, BETTER QUALITY