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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 16 April 1915

MACHINE 1. ...... 1 .j .x.,..Axv;lKa4:.W( f&iL vrv',.,... Kyr 23 lhi picture, uu actual scene on me western buttle line, shows a Uermau light artillery aud machine gun de tachment moving closer and closer to the enemy's lines In an effort to gain a position from which the allies' tremhi'H ran be swept with gunfire preparatory to a charge. 80 effective Is the Are of these light machine guns thai th. lew men seun In the picture could withstand an entire regiment If the latter charged them across an open Held TRENCHES Hospital Next for Some of Cana dian Soldiers. Could Neither Sit Nor 8tand in Mud Filled Ditches Under Heavy Fir for Three Weary Nights and Days. London. The discomfort and even ctuul Buffering caused by doing only one turn In (lie trenches is described by a Canadian soldier In Princess Pa tricia's Unlit Infantry in a letter writ ten at the. front. Such was the condi tion of tho troops tout some of the men hardly were able to crawl from the trenches when the relief hou...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 16 April 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS iiimmmnnnimnnimntnninnimanimtminntmunnnnnnnnnnunira Story of the Blood Red Rose By Kathlyn Wllllama tmimiTinmnTnmnniinnimnnmnitmgnmnii M Prom the Photopler br JAMKS OLIVER CURWOOD With llluatratione from th Pro duction th 8li Polrecope Co SuuifirHtuinifuninttiiitiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiininiimmiiimmiiifiiniiimfinnia (Up;rilm 1VU, ur ruiraoupe 1 CHAPTER I. Godlva, the 8hepherd's Daughter. I was dressed in the simple frock of (he shepherd's daughter. My name for the time being was Godlva. And I was about to enact the first scone In the photoplay by Jamea Oliver Cur wood, entitled "The Story of the Hlood Red none." The director who was pro ducing the play came to me, saying: "Why not take your pen In hand and turn this play Into novel?" "Maybe 1 will," I replied. "But first I must see whether It develops a story with sufficient material In It to make a novel." And then we began putting the scene "on" 1 playing the loading part of Oodlva, the shepherd's daughter, whose story I...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 16 April 1915

The Clovis News The News Printing Company Publishers. Entered at the post office at Clovis, N. M. as second class matter under the act of March 8. 1871). TKK.VS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months 60c An exchange has discovered that a poor girl has to be awfully good looking to be pretty, and a rich girl has to be awfully home lv to he ugly. It might have been added that a poor man ha? to be awfully smart to be intelli gent, and a rich man almost a b locKhcad to be ignorant. A town is like a large family. We arc all interested in each other's welfare, or should be. A cu t-th roa t, every-man-f or-himself policy means ruin to any community. 1 1 mean3 retro gression and failure. The first lesson that any family must learn is that to be happy and successful is unity and mutual assistance. The same applies to the business life of a town and the more generally it is obeyed the more abundant will be the town's prosperity. Stand b y each other and patronize the home folks. Seeding an...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 16 April 1915

CLOVIS BUSINESS DIRECTORY AND RAILROAD TIME TABLE TRAINS MOUNTAIN TIME EAST BOUND No. 22 Chicago Flyer Arriva 7:10 A. M. Leave 7: A. H. No. Ill K. C. Expreei Leave 3:10 P. M. LUBltOCK CUT-OFF No. 021 South from Et Arrive 7:15 A. H. No. vet Ti-xaa Uuily Leave 7:36 A. M. Mason's Confectionery 0 Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Fresh fruits, Choice Candies Main St. Phone 1G2. . -STOP AT The Antlers Hotel Mrs. M. Lyons, Prop. The Best Hotel in the City. Good Rooms, Good Meals, Prices Reasonable. West Grand Ave. Phone 213. W. A. Gillenwater LAWYER Will Practice in All Courts. Office Cor. Main St., Grand Ave Phone 120. The Curren Agency Insurance, Real Estate and Rentals. Antlers Bldg. Phone 32. TRAINS MOUNTAIN TIME WEST BOUND No. 21 The Miulonary Arrive 7:33 A. U. Laava 8.-00 A. U. No. 117 From K. C. Arriva 1:10 A. M. SOUTH BOUND No. 937 P. V. Expreaa Leave 8:10 A. M. NORTH BOUND No. Ms From I'ecoe V. Arriva 0:30 A. M. 1 , aol O I A Marked I . V . .-... ,',''. : Iir 1 , I I I " S ' I Ml i " I 1 H...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 16 April 1915

THE CL0VI3 NEWS COMBINE BEEKEEPING Apple Perfect Pollination. (By DH. J. S WAH1, Tennessee.) Outside of the beekeeping world the great majority of people think that the only benefit humanity receives front bees Is the production of honey and wax. It Is not generally known or ever understood that bees were creatcu not bo much for the purpose of gathering the delicious sweet for mankind, as for carrying the pollen grains from one flower to another, so that these niny bear fruit and seed. The renl economical value of the bees is to bo found in the work of fertll telng and cross-fertilizing seed and fruit-bearing plants so valuable to man: the honey and wax Is secondary. The pollination or fertilization of plants Is brought about In two ways; first, by tho wind; second, by Insects, riants whose flowers are small and Inconspicuous, ns the willows, pines, oaks and birches, have very light and dry pollen, which in favorable weather may he blown about and pol linate many flowers, but often ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 16 April 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS 1 ) HATES Senator Norrls of Nebraska never yjrearg a long-tailed coat, lie bates long-tailed coats. One day be was asked why and he told this story: When he attended college years ago at Raldwln university, In lierea, O., Norrls and a little crowd of stu dents one night conceived a merry prank. On the college campus was a towerlike building on which some re pairs were being made. A large quantity of old lumber was piled up on the top of the tower. The student comedians thought It would be pretty rich to shove this lumber right over the edge and hear It hit the ground below. They crawled Into the building through a window. Two or three of the students wore cutaway coats, which were considered the snappy thing for 'varsity men In those days, but they got through the window all right, and with their combined strength were able to heave over board the pile of old lumber. The lumber was to be taken down, anyhow, so why not do it all at once and have a little noise and exc...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 16 April 1915

nasssases WE ARE DEPOSITORY FOR THE STATE, COUNTY and A. T. & S. F. R. R. CO. B WE WANT YOUR DEPOSITS "er THE GLOVIS NATIONAL BANK "BETTER THAN THE LAW REQUIRES" DIRECTORS: ALEX SHIPLEY, Pres., JNO. T. SHIPLEY, Vice Pres., J. C. NELSON, Cafhier, W. O. OLDHAM, A. W. HOCKENHULL, W. H. DUCKWORTH, L. H. SANDERS Local and Personal Lester Baylosi has accepted a position in Mu'eshoe. John Barry is erecting a new residence on Gidding Street. Born To Mr. and Mrs. W. K Shorett, Thursday of last week, a girl. Born: -To Mr. and Mrs, L. E. Shaw, an 8 lb boy, Easter Sun day. April 4th. Born -To Mr. and Mrs. Will Cavncy a 7 12 lb son, Fridav. Mr. Cavney is foreman at the Journal. Consult an Osteopath when you want information about Osteopathy. Jewel Compound, 10 lb?, for $1.00 cash, at Clovis Fved Store, J. A. McFarlin, Prop. Mrs. A. G. Withers left Thurs day for San Diego, California, where she will hereafter reside. W. L. Manffield has returned from California and will again locate in Clovis...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

DCHT Wewi11 rent KfiWI your vacant house today! Phone 62. BAKER Bros. Agency. FIRE Vk WmW ,,'1 you i witb-tr .Old Line Policy. BAKER Bros. Agency. CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, APRIL 23, 1915 $1.00 PER YEAR VOL 8. NO. 42 -I HEAD SHOT OFF MAN AT PORTALES Boy With Shot Gun Commit Murder, Killing Innocent Bystander. A tragedy occurred at Portales Monday night, which according to reports was one of the coldest blooded murders in eastern New Mexico. According to the story given the News, a youth of 19 named Sam Conn, who harbored a grudge against R. E. Curd, a Becond hand dealer of Portales, lay in wait near the corner of the First National Bank for his victim. He was armed with a single barrel shotgun and as Curd advanced in company with Adolph Molesberger. he raised his gun to fire. Curd quickly jumped behind Molesberger as the boy fired. The shot tore away part of Molesberger's head and spattered brains and blood all over the doors of the bank. Before Conn could reload the single ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS FIRST l-fr-atmM :: - " ' .....grais.- - The Whale, the flnt submarine built in the United Statei, It now on exhibition In the Brooklyn navy yard. U waa built In 1864 by C. 8. Buihnell and Augustus Rice, and Is about twenty-nine feet long and nine feet deep. The Whale was designed to carry 13 men and was propelled by hand power. It cost $60,000, and was given a trial and condemned In 1872, Belgian Makes Thrilling Escape After Killing Guards. Traverses Whole Rhine Country and Rsaches Switzerland and Italy Poses as Deaf Mute Ready to Fight Again. London. Jules Llaudat, a twenty-iwo-year-old Belgian soldier, has Just arrived at Nice after effecting a dar ing escape from Germany. His Jour ney acroHS the enemy's country into Switzerland and Italy is one of the most striking stories that have come to hand since the war began. At the time of the outbreak of hos tilities Lluudut was doing his military service In the Fifth Line regiment at Antwerp. He took part In the fighting...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS ONE OF MOST ATTRACTIVE OF OUR BIRDS altimort Oriole Brilllsnt Orange and Black, With Whit Edgings. (Prepared ty the United State Depart ment of Agriculture.) The oriole is one of the most at tractive of American birds. Roth the naltlmore" and "Bullock" varieties re described In the United States de partment of agriculture's Farmers' Bulletin No. 630. entitled "Some Com mon Blrda Useful to the Farmer." Brilliancy of plumage, sweetness of song, and food habits to which no ex ception can be taken are some of the striking characteristics of the naltl more oriole. In summer It la found throughout the northern half of the United States east of the Great Plains. Its nest commands hardly loss admira tion than the beauty of Its plumage or the excellence of Its song. Hanging from the tip of the outermost bough of a stately elm. It Is almost inacces sible to depredators and so strongly fastened as to bid defiance to the ele ments. Observation both In the field and laboratory sh...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

The Clovis News The News Printing Company Publishers. Entered at the post office at CK'vi. X. M. as second class matttT under the act of March 3. 17;. () U-.i:US OF SUBSCHIPTION V.-.ir fl.00 Six Months 50c Is if to I e a "Hull" of a paper or a "dtwir" of a paper? Editors come and editors go, but tl.e ( Id reliable News goes cn forever. Now wiitjh the grass grow, the cT'p.-i uro' and the town and country grow. Who "1 Ifniii ernur t said his name was ' i:i politics? The Gjv-ijt.-r.tly didn't think so. In- ;: Swat th cnnncts t"i' mtr. soason l s comini?, ;ly and lessen the typhoid this sum- With a lvoubl lean owner and a Uemocratie editor the Clovis Journal should be able to eschew politics. With our next issue the News will be f 'itfht years old. In other words it has beer boosting Clo vis and Curry County for eight solid years. What's the matter with the Clovis Chamber of Commerce? Is it d -Lid or only sleeping? Probably t h e secretary can answer or he may be too busy to do so. Clov...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS They are the ideal models, suppotting the figure in military fashion, and yet they mould so easily and gracefully that were it not for the figure contour, one would scarcely realize they were corseted. ...FOR SALE AT... $1 to $3 WHITING' $1 to $3 Railroad News Mrs. J. T. Stalker departed Sunday for St Louis, Mo. Conductor A. S. Eittreim is on duty again after a absence of two and one half months on ac count of sickness. Superintendent, F. J. Evans, received a message Sunday, con veying: the sad intelligence that his mother, who lived at Valley Center, Kansas, was dead. On account o f washouts on the Pecos Valley line. Mr. Evans' presence was required there and he was unable to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Chambers are back from a trip of a month's duration to the Pacific coast. They visited both the San Diego and San Francisco expositions. The heavy rains during the past week hit the Santa Fe pre hard on the Pecos Valley lines. Last Friday sever...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

Local and Personal Visit Whiting's Variety Store. A. G. Black, of Hollene, was a Clovis visitor Wednesday. GeorRU B. Coffin, of Grady, was in the city on business Wed nesday. Mr. Mmonton and son, of Oklahoma, are prospectors in :he city. Jeniton Apples $1.50 per box at ihe Model Grocery. Phone 29. K, V. Duke, one of the old timers in Curry County, was in from his farm Wednesday. Iron Clad Hosiery, the very best. A. J. Rodes. Mrs. Frank C. Blumlicn left far Fort Madison, Iowa, Wednes day on a visit. That wasn't the Caliope you hear J. It was that loud suit hat Joe Wilkinson wears. Visit Whiting's Variety Store. 'Be a hero" is a gospel song. "Be a booster" is the slogan of tne Clovis Chamber of Com merce. Attorney Harry Patton return fid Thursday from Albuquerque, where he transacted legal busi ress. Bring your hens to Clovis Creamery and Produce Co. We are paying 10c Cash for nice fat hens. Messrs Jones and Lindley went to the breaks Wednesday on business matters. They are Agents for...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

CLOVIS. BUSINESS DIRECTORY AND RAILROAD TIME TABLE TRAINS MOUNTAIN TIME EAST BOUND No. 22 Chlcaico Flyer Arrive 7:10 A. M. " " Lnvi 7:45 A. M. No. 1H K. C. Exiircu Leave 3:10 P. M. LUIIKOCK CUT.OKF No. 921 South from Eaat Arrive 7:16 A. M. 4fe VJ2 Ti-xui IJally Leave 7:36 A. M. Mason's Confectionery Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Fresh Fruits, Choice Candies Main St. Phone 162. -STOP AT- The Antlers Hotel Mrs. M. Lyons, Prop. The Best Hotel in the City. Good Rooms, Good Meals, Prices Reasonable. West Grand Ave. Phone 215. W. A. Gillenwater LAWYER Will Practice in All Courts. Office or. Main St., Grand Ave rhone 120. The Curren Agency Insurance, Real Estate and Rentals. Antlers Bldg. Phone 32. TRAINS MOUNTAIN TIME WEST DOUNO No. 21 The Millenary Arrive 7:35 A. H. Leave 810 A. M. No. 117 From K. C Arrive 1:10 A. M, SOUTH BOUND , No. H37 P. V. Expri'xa Leave 8:10 A. M. NORTH HOUND No. BM From Pcm V. Arrive :30 A. M. " 'I " . V. . t' a.11 K . . . M7 ! rri 11 v ,: Ilk .rtDV fftik eo A l UIll V....

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS SYSTEMS OF le THE WHITE M PREPARED DT THE UNITED STATES rllK white ant or "ter- I l Jvi -H.H? 4Vf young trees forest tree nurse mite" is one of the so- I 1 J r.j J gl $ (' :!; ! Izj-'ti-'l for example eventually cutt 11,,H anoint InsOCtl that I i f '. ': ( ! 1 ' fioM.'- I Inu off hdor lhi I railed social Insects that I lives In a highly organ- 1 1 immnilinttV wtlArA there are. castes royal, military, working and colonizing. Unfortunate ly for man, however, the caste system is designed to aid "hlti nut" communities in de stroying timber, and has helped to gain for It llio reputation of being one of the most destructive pests. Crumbling allK, collapsing floors, breaking bean pole (i ml weakened fence posts are evidences of the ravages of this tiny Insidious insect. The term "white ant" is misleading, as It causes many people to consider this insect merely a variety of the ordinary tint, and therefore scientists use tile word "termite" In preference, to describe the Ins...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

I THE CLOVIS NEWS Story of the Blood Red Rose y Kathlyn Williams amiiuiiiiHiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiininiiiiijiniu Pmm th Photoplay bp JAMBS OUVU CURWOOD With lUurtrsttou from the Pro duction f tht su Poixtcop Co. uiiimmmirmiimimjrirnniiniininiinnmTTtfmninnmRnmimtnninuai CHAPTER III Continued. A glimpse they gave Paulo of the In. fernal place below Into which they now meant to cast him headlong. Full thirty feet deep was this oubliette, from iron-barred grating at the top to the atone floor at the bottom. And down Into thia taut home of the doomed, Paulo looked through the grating aghast at the full meaning of hla captivity. He knew that he was to be cast Into thla deep well, there slow. ly to dwell till starvation overtook him and left his bones to turn to dust. It was Indeed the death dungeon of the king's palace. The king's men lifted the Iron grat Ing now and prepared to caet the prls- oner down Into his last home, while the king looked on gloatingly, sneering In triumph at his po...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 23 April 1915

Stylish clothes, to meet the test of service, must possess certain features: 1. Pure wool fabrics. 2. London cold-water shrunk fabrics, the only efficient process. 3. Absolutely fast color. 4. Hand tailoring at all points of wear. 5. Silk thread where strain is greatest 6. Canvas, linings and stays as thoroughly shtunk as the outer fabrics. . 7. Haircloth in coat fronts laid and taped to prevent "breaking" or wrinkles. fo if m ft If 1 ! All of these essentials are contained in Oolites ' -KHSG C A. 0. K. Co., 1915 f ' I ten fl It $15, $20, $25 and up to $40 "LOOK FOR THE GUARANTEE AND PRICE TICKET ON THE SLEEVE" The models for Spring and Summer cover the whole range from the very conservative to the ultra-fashionable yet each one has Doints of merit to commend it to the man whose best ideals it meets. The fabrics present the latest ideas in fancy M mixtures, checks, pin stripes, pencil stripes, invisible plaids, etc. if rw m lit -ii A. II. K. Co.. 1911 "TO Order By Mail ! We Pay Post...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 30 April 1915

1 7 Better Be Safe Than Sorry We provide absolute protec tion against Fire, Tornadoes, Lightening, Sickness, Acci dents and Death. BAKER Bros. Agency. "No Chain it Stronger Than Its Weakest Link" Our ilMtr.ru poln out (II ek links thu enabling you to tretivthun your rh.in of title. Clovis Title & Abstract Co. C. C. BAKER. Manatrer. VOL 8. NO. 43 CLOVIS. CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, APRIL 30, 1915 $1.00 PER YEAR ODD FELLOWS EXCURSION TO PORTALES MONDAY The Roosevelt-Curry County Odd Fellows' Association cele brated the 9Gth Anniversary of their Order at Por tales, Monday, April 2Gth. The Association is composed of the OJd Fellows and Rebekah Lodges of Clovis, Texico, Portales, Elida, Minco. Melrose and Taiban, comprising about 500 members, all of which were well represented with the exception of Melrose and Tai ban. A special, train was run to Portales from Clovis carrying 8'J persons, 80 of whom were mem bers of the local lodges. Appropriate services were held at 3 p. m. in the , P...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 30 April 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS !ii;::mi:nniitmimiinnninTtnnniminiiinnnnnT3 Story of the Blood Red Rose By Kathlyn Williams vimnmiiiiiiimtiiiuuutmniimnnnniiinniimnHB Prom the hotopla b JAMKS OLIVER CURWOOD With Illuetretlone from th Pro duction if tht Sellg Polyscope Co, KttiiiriiiiHtriiiiMiiE:iTiiTi!iiiMiiriti(iirriiriiinTTUU)(TirDiinrinritniiininmtLUa ju;ntu, lull, br Uw belli Polreoope OoJ ' CHAPTER VI. The Bleeding Heart Tlx- iiiceii. disguised a one of the king's rourtiers, and Bancba, the king'H chamberlain, mounted their hornes outHide the witch's cave and rode bark toward the royal palace. As they zigzagged through the forest ainlfB tlm queen, ablaie with rage aud jealousy at the thought of the beauty of Rndlva, said: "Sanolia, this night thou shalt do me a tiervlce." "A borvlce, I hope, that your majesty will requite," Sancha said. "Talk not of reward of the kind thou liHKt In mind, Sancha, for never will I fly with thee as long as I am queen of I'ranla. Besides, tbou of fenriest nic with ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 30 April 1915

L THE CLOVIS NEWS HIS A HELMET; GETSJTRJR HER Belgian's Love Story Shows Old Feminine Spur to Carnage Surviving. TROPHY FROM SLAIN FOE Belgian Chauffeur Had No Oeslr for Tranche, Willing to Serve Coun try Elsewhere, Till Louise Marie 8poke. By EDGAR A. MOWRER. (Correspondent Chicago Dally Npwi.) Paris. "Love can ouly say what It wants by the language of life, action, song, sacrifice, ravishment, death and the great panorama of creation." Ed ward Carpenter, Love of women la playing Ha part In this war, Just as It has always done. "Take me to Dunkerque," 1 said, brandishing my pass. The Bolglan chauffeur did not look at It "What are you going to do there T It does not make any difference to me so long as you have a pass. And If you haven't the sentinels on the road be tween here and there'll have you out quick enough. I've got to get some oil for my lamp. It's getting dark. Come back In ten minutes and we atart." Had Fled From Antwerp. A quarter of an hour later 1 was sit ting beside ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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