Among those who are boosting Atlantic to the front and are active in all things which redound to the benefit of the town and her people there are none who deserve a place more prominent than County Attorney C. B. Clovis, whose cut appears herewith. Mr. Clovis is a native of the state, having been born in Dallas county in 1874. He attended Simpson College, taking the literary course and in 1898 was admitted to the bar.
Mr. Clovis was elected County Attorney in 1910, previous to which he served two terms in the office of Clerk of the District Court. He has acceptably filled every place to which he has been chosen, giving always of the best there is in him to the service of the public. Though he is serving but his first term as County Attorney he some time ago announced that he would not again be a candidate, being content to lay down the office with the knowledge of duty well down.
In every relation of his life Mr. Clovis has been clean and conscientious, giving fully of his time and energy to every worth cause, and doing his full duty as a citizen and man always.
The general practice of Mr. Clovis is large, because of his well known ability in his profession, and he adds to this a geniality of nature which makes and holds friends wherever he goes.