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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 May 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS COLORADO FOLKS WON FORTUNES IN HEALTH When you are sick you want to get well In a hurry. The very first dose of Mayr's Won derful Remedy will start you on the way. It I a proven remedy for stom ach troubles. It ha been taken with lucces by sufferer in all part of the country. Here are expression of appreciation from a few of the many Colorado peo ple to whom it ha proven It merit: GEORGE ASHLEY. Holt. Colo. a Author of "Cardigan'Yhe Conspirators" Maids-at-Arms"etc niUSIMlONS O. IRWIN AVERS - COPYRIGHT 2V RORT. "W CHAMBERS CCPyRIGtfT y P.T. OOLUEft d SON "I took your full treatment and must say It did me a whole lot of good. 1 am working hard now and eating everything In sight. I am thankful for tbe good your medicine ha done me." SYN0PSI9. arlrtt, an Amortran aoMler of fnr- tiin In ihi miiliy of (ho Frmrh Im trlnl 1'nlli'e at the outbreak of the F"ran-t-o-IM-iiHfiitn war, la onlered to arreat John Kuihliurat. a trailer of the Com munist mill miapi-i'ted of having ato...

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. — 28 May 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS RAILROAD TUNNEL THROUGH MOUNTAIN (Snor-(M)iNAW ffillii) It I VVl" -'I '" t i.l 1 ' t. i -i "r--t I '. , ....viM-'--. : 4ttK Building tht Brldg to Island Mountain to Get to th Other Side of the Through In 4,300 Feet A curloui phase of railroad construc tion li the Island mountain tunnel on raltroad Juat built In California. This mountain gela its name from the fact that It is almost entirely encir cled by a river which takes eight miles to go from one aide of the mountain to the other. Dy means of RECORD OF PROGRESS LOCOMOTIVE DEVELOPMENT 18 8HOWN IN MUSEUM. 8erles of Models Going Back to the Earliest Idea of 8tenm Propulsion Trevlthlck's Engine Also In the Collection. Probably no museum collection In the world better Illustrates the devel opment of the steam enRlne, particu larly the locomotive, than the exhibit of the 1'nlted States National museum it Washington, whlrh Includes two of the earliest origlnnl locomotives and numerous models and accessories. The museum ...

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. — 28 May 1915

Graduating Exercises The graduating exercises will he held at the Baptist church Friday night. The class address will he delivered by Attorney, A. G. Pierrot, of Roswell. A class of fifteen young ladie3 will graduate. They are: Misses Ollie Sears. Esther Mae Corn stock. Magdalene Humphrey, Edith A. Reamer, Ethel Dorothy Herby, Evelyn Hamilton, Murl Douglass, Ella Lee Wagner, Elsie Mae Gant. Eletha Mae Locke, Janet Grace Roger, Nina Miller, Bernice Fry, lone Vera Austin and Mildred Vera Whit "iff. Distinguished Visitors The head of the big Farwell Hyndicate accompanied by some of their subordinates, were in Clovis Wednesday, going from here to Portalea In their private cars, and will next visit Here ford. Those who made up the party were: J. V. Farwell, Waller Farwell and A. Farwell, of Chicago, C. 1''. Harding r.nd E. L Millard, of Chicago, H. Bainer, of Amarilio, J. D. Hamilin, of Farwell, Col. A. J. Bester. of South Africa. K. L. Dake. of Channing. I). W Sutton, of Friona, E. VV. ...

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. — 4 June 1915

- CELEBRATE THE FOURTH OF JULY AT CLOVIS THIS YEAR!!! Protect Your Auto with a St Paul Policy Old, Strong and Reliable. Losses Adjusted Promptly BAKER Bros. Agency. "No Chain is Stronger Than Ita Weakest Link" Our abtrarta ixiint out all ra liiik Ihua nabltna ru lo aiitnirlhen uur chain of title. Clovia Title & Abstract Co. C. C. BAKER, VUnavrr. VOL. 8. NO. 4S CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. JUNE 4. 1915 $1.00 PER YEAR u ftSCLOVIS WILL CELEBRATE It has been definitely decided to hold a 4th of July celebration in Clovis this year. Arra'iKe menta are now being perfected by committees of citizens work ing through the Chamber ;' Commerce- to entertain the visi tors on this the greatest of America's celebration dates. We have a double reason to cele brate this year, for while t ht ret of the world is engaged in a cruel war, your "Uncle Sam" is enjoying peace, prosperity and happiness. And Curry County in particular, is enjoying one of the most prosperous years in its history. We ar...

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. — 4 June 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS INDIAN tWCES IN THp PASSES OF THE CARPATHIANS "b HERBERT J. SP1NDEAT a . j-w . ' Xfwa. . t k.a f ' 1(1 . . I TT orrTc i ct SO THWKT k Ji i - - .v :. - ' til : ... . "n I II' v i f -'rt ill HJ P mm H --M-H 1 1 J r- j m I I Pueblo Indiana are never en- iirei iree 1 rum a rei'Kiuus idea. Some are so deeply re ligious that they are Jealous ly guarded from all profane eyes and re held at night In underground lodges. The war captain's men keep watch at every road so that no out sider can glimpse the masked dancers Impersonating gods. Even in the un derground lodges the faces of the un initiated children are covered while .the dance Is Id progress so that they may hear but not see. This secretlve ness Is most developed In the vil lages along the rtlo Grande. In Sew Mexico, where the native religion has fncountered the opposition of the Catholic church for nearly four hun dred years. Other dances are held In the plaza of the village, and here visitors are usually tolerated w...

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. — 4 June 1915

Faith, Time and Osteopathy (CHAS. C. REID, 0. 0., M. D. ) Is faith necessary on the part of the osteopathic patient? Must he believe that he is going to be cured by this treat ment in order for it to take place? If such was the case, osteopathy would have made little headway in the thera peutic world. The osteopathic physician has had to inspire faith by his works. Nine-tenths of the pitients who have been cured bv tha treatment are those who came merely to "try I jteopathy", after other methods of treatment had been tried in vain. Many of them state frankly that tney ao not believe in ofteopathy, that they came because so:ne friend or cured patient recommended it to them. In such cases, there is often a "faint hope" that possibl v the treat ment may accomplish the desired result. It is a significant fact that moBt all osteopathic cures have been accomplizhed without faith on the part of the part of the patient, and in many instances in the face of unbelief. Faith in osteopathy, the...

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. — 4 June 1915

,'Crowds on the Fun Zone at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition oo e ANNOUNCEMENT T77 X t? a- . vv . - rv i ft:. f " 1 it. SIS) .. IS 1 I ; ' I ... "f Jl . V AST crowds throng Tlio Zone, the amiiHiMiieut am) confessions section of the Panama I'ioIUc International Kxsliliiii nt Sun KrniK'lHi'O. The I my ton Flood Is shown on tlio Iff t, the Chinese Village and Toy I and liiown l' on I hi! right. Tlio ttxpusltluu In breaking all world's Httcndnncc recordH. .'!' I'l in Mi Railroad News Fred C. Wetmore, chief dis patcher, departed Sunday for Minneapolis:, Mi in., vhre he will attend the annu d conven tion of railway dispatc'iors. He fils'i exiKH'ls to i uki (', Wis , 1 1 ii)iiu'. "Mli'l-.fy ' lioidiDi!' d'i'V'i th u,i, while Mi'. 'A, 'inoi'r i.; away an I Mr. V. .hvd is ::.-t:n..r :n j . : 1 it chief. Mrs. Tom Co.ipT iii,art( Mt.raay for Oria, Texas, to visit her iiiuther. Mr. ami .Mrs. Maleomb At- pa rents of a line sday. Texico Circuit I was at Lincoln last Sunday and had a li...

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. — 4 June 1915

THE CL0VI3 NEWS As $ureio You can't alvvayi make ewrythlntf; "Just to." Sometimes you win get In more shortening than usual; or make the batter Utile thin; or It may not be convenient to put a cake in the oven the moment It is mixed; or your oven may not bake evenly and it Is necessary to tum the pan around none of these little uncertainties make the slightest difference In results 11 you use K Baking Powder 1 y, This modem, double-raise baking u aDsoiuieiv certain io rase your feathery. It generates an abundance operate an abundance lng bowl and in the oven. n the oven. The. raising is sustained until the dough Is cooked through. Housewives who use K C never Try K Cor our rUk. Your grocer not pleased In every way. viuiiiniu Irish 8peed. In Judge McKlnley's court they were examining talesmen for the trial of a toy, who bad killed his father. The lawyers dwelt mostly on the facts of marriage, paternity and whether there had been Insanity in the families of the men under examination. ...

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. — 4 June 1915

I 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 3. 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 8ix Months 50c PROFESSIONAL The Editor Consider the editor. He wear 1 3 Jt empurpie ana nne linen. "13lf i pin . abode is amongst the mansions VY A. VJlllGnW&tCr of the rich. His wife hath her i awvtd President Wilson is serving notice on both Germany and Mexico. It is plain that the German reply to the American note regarding the sinking of the Lusitania and the torpedo ing of the Gulflight and Falaba is a keen disappointment to the President and his cabinet, and the president will immediately issue a reply demanding that the issues raised in his first note be answered immediately as to whether or not Germany intends to conduct the war according to principles of international law or propose to act irrespective of any rights of the neutral nations now in pence. President Wilson will insist ...

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. — 4 June 1915

MEN BOYS I Hosiery. Fairfield Facts The corn loaves were severely threshed by I he gale which blew fro n the north, laat week, and are needing a good rain for their restoration. J. 1 Williams and family en tertained a nice crowd of rela tives and friends at their home Sunday. The Union Sunday School at Fairfield has a larije attendance every Sunday. A number of Fords, well filled (Ttvitli passengers from this vicin ity, visited point Enterprise Sunday School in the afternoon. Mrs. VV. D. Ford, from Vera. Texa. after a week's visit with her brother, T. A. Boone, and family, departed Sunday morn ing for Albuquerque, where she will spend a few days visiting relatives there. Miss Edna Boone boarded the train at Clovis for Las Vegas, Sunday mon.inj?, where she ex pects to attend the Normal Uni versity through the summer term. The singing convention will be held at Fairfield the fourth Sun day in June. A large crowd is expected and a glorious time is anticipated. Lincoln Locals Crops are ...

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. — 4 June 1915

THE CL0VI3 NEWS MAID HER ROMANCE IS A REAL TRAGEDY Wooed and Won on Shipboard, Husband Is Murdered in Mexico. a 8YNOP8I3. S'-nrlott :i luru. hi iin' pfrial I'l'ii.v n American soldier of for rnii'luy Vf the French Im in I lie outbreak of tin Fran- o ITII-.MIIM iMir, In onlered to arrest Joi n liuikhiirxi. n leader of the Cora niiinlfltH unit suspected of hnvlng atnlen ilu. l-'r.-nri. Ti.n Jnwela. While search Inn f..r Hin 11 ttrM, Hcnrlett la ordered to atr.'Ht Cum. -mi ile Vussart and her group of h..-h1i!h irnl e.-nrt them to the Bel gian h. nler. H.'Hrlrtt finds Sylvia Klven of the o.i.-nn riln'iis.'l aa a peaaant and rarrle l,..r tn I..t Triippe where the rmntss and her fn.'iida are naaembled. All are arrested. The rounteaa aavea H. iirl. tt from a fatnl fnll from the roof ' the house. He denonnrea Buckhurat aa the leader of the Heda and the coun tess mnduriN him to where Burkhurat la ecreted. German T'hlana deacend on tli. plare an.l Htu-khuret eacapea during me melee. Hi-anm l...

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. — 4 June 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS PLEASURE FOUND IN 0. Farmer at Work With One of the greatest Joys In farming Is the growing of Itne vegetables for home use. On the average farm, with plenty of land and dressing, we can grow better vegetables than we can buy, and bo do the work that will be a pleasure rather than a burden. To get the best results we must start with, a well-thought-out plan, and study the business until we become enthusiastic, and take a pride and in terest In the work. Study the seedsmen's catalogues early and order the seeds before the supply is exhausted. It is good prac tice to consult with some of the suc cessful gurdeners and truck growers and get all the points possible. They make a study of the business in order that they may take advantage of any new Improvements and grow varieties adapted to local conditions, Such men will give us valuable infor mation about new things which they have tested. It Is not easy to make a garden in one year, although one year's work, rlRhtly don...

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. — 4 June 1915

: v 2 J -JwOn c a. n. K. coS 1 jj'' "Surest thing" for the shore or any other place, it is a suit that you know before hand is absolutely faultless in style and shapely with a shapeliness that has "come to stay." You will secure the most desirable results if you wear ICtedibamii Clothes $15, $20, and up to $25. London shrunk by cold-water process-the only way to assure shapeliness after exposure to dampness. In all the correct cloths and colorings and those intimable models that make men look forward to each new season with eager expectancy. "Look for the Guarantee and Price Ticket on the Sleeve" I pa JO JO 71 Order By Mail! We Pay Postage ! Prompt Attention Given All Mail Orders! Local and Personal See Whiting's arl in this issue. .i. D. Fleming was in from the farm Wednesday. Miss Hancock left last week for Las Vegas. Visit Whiting's Variety Store. T. J. Mabry, of Crosby ton, Texas, is here vniting a friend. Judge C. M. Compton, of Portales, was in the city Tues day. Miss lone Aus...

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. — 11 June 1915

CELEBRATE THE FOURTH OF JULY AT CLOVIS THIS YEAR f ! ! Protect Your Auto with a St Paul Policy Old, Strong and Reliable. Losses Adjusted Promptly BAKER Bros. Agency. "No Chain U Stronger Than IU Weakest Link" Our abatraata point nut all waak llaka thaa anaMla m I ntnmirthm your chaia f titla. ClovU Title & Abstract Co. a 0. BAKU. Maiumr. VOL. 8. NO. 49 CLOVIS. CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. JUNE 11. 1915 $1.00 PER YEAR : 7 mm ' o o f3 itecMtaiffl usm BRYAN RESIGNS AS CABINET OFFICER Washington, June 8. -William J. Bryan, three times democratic candidate for President and author of nearly thirty peace treaties with the principal na tions of the world, resigned as Secretary of State today as a dramatic sequel to the disagree ment with President Wilson over the Government's German pol icy. The resignation was ac cepted by the President. The cabinet then approved the response prepared to the German reply to the Lusitania note. Rather than sign the docu ment, which he thought might possib...

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. — 11 June 1915

THE CL0VI3 NEWS REMARKABLE CASEof Mrs.llAM Declares Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Saved Her life and Sanity. or SYNOPSIS. S. a: mti Anirlcsn soldier of for mi:" employ of the French Im perii: i ut the outbreak of the l'ran i j !.. w ;ir, Is ordered to arrest John I khui.it, a leader of the Com li. i. ;.: ul.l h iNperted of having stolen tlie 1 nr.. . mm ii Jewell. While search tun fur Hu. .hurst. Hi-arlett li ordered to rrest Cuum-ss de Vaiiart and Her group (if u'U: s! and escort them to tile llel atlii ti I.i r.I. r Hewlett flndi Hylvla Klven of tJte oaton (Jiatculied ai a peasant and carrl l.er to f.a Troppe where the counirfts and her friends are assemble!. Alt ait. ui rtrMted. The counteai saves B arlftt from a fatal fall from the roof of the h .une lie denounces fluckhurst is the Iiii-Ii r of the iteds and the coun ters 'oT l.K'ts him to where Burkhurst Is ev.rtte'1 li'-rman Uhlans descend on the ptn.-e and Huckhurst escapes during the ii. he H'-iirhit Is wounded. He r...

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. — 11 June 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS ST W ATTOAl AT W CAPITAL First Medicinal Drug Plant Farm in the World 17 ASHINGTON. A medicinal drug If unique In the annali of horticulture In thli country and abroad, has been established by American scientists on the Virginia bills just opposite the national capital. It Is contended by ton farm, owned by the department just across the Potomac river. The new drug plant farm Is established on the property of John I). Henderson, Jr., who has taken a scientific Interest in the matter and has turned over his land to those In charge for a long period Of years. At the drug farm In Virginia about forty-five acres of land are being planted with drug plnnts this year, and It Is planned to very much Increase this acreage next year. Already enough selected belladonna plants for Ave acres have been brought up under glass. Hlg beds containing 100,000 ginseng roots have been set out in the woodlands. Other plants which are being grown Include cannabis, larkspur, golden seal or b...

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. — 11 June 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, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Bix Months 60c The latest estimate of the 1915 wheat crop is that it will reach one billion bushels. This is the best year that we have had in many to start a real Curry County booster campaign. Help us to do it and then note the results. We often winder what has be come of t hr man who used to wear brog-ins, bedticking gallus es, chewed home-made tobacco, and whose credit was good at anv store in t iwn. Ex. There must have been some radical differences between Bryan and Wilson that would cause Bryan to resign as Sec retary of State. Bryan wants peace at any cost and Wilson does not propose to stand for everything. The Curry County wheat is safe. The late rains have as sured us of one of the largest and best crops that has ever been harvested. The yield in some fields is estimated as high as thir...

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. — 11 June 1915

Faith, Time and Osteopathy (C'HAS. C. REID, D. O., M. D.) Is faith necessary on the part of the osteopathic patient? Must he believe that he is going to be cured by this treat ment in order for it to take place? If such was the case, osteopathy would have made little headway in the thera peutic world. The osteopathic physician has had to inspire faith by his works. Nine-tenths of the patients who have been Led by the treatment are those who came merely to "try fosleopa thy", after other methods of treatment had been tried in vain. Many of them state frankly that they do not believe in ofteopathy, that they came because some friend or cured patient recommended it to them. In Buch cases, there is often a "faint hope" that possibl y the treat ment may accomplish the desired result It is a significant fact that most all osteopathic cures have been accomplizhed without faith on the part of the part of the patient, and in many instances in the face of unbelief. Faith in osteopathy, theref...

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. — 11 June 1915

H ffl ITANI PIP mi r i yfWV 1 f" 1 11,1 1 "V i V y u U y Ij xA ' .'3! I'M I?. 1. I.v- 2i)c. STARTS JUNE 12th AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY Dotted Swiss Special 39c Sateen Sateen now Sateen now Sateen now Sateen now Sateen now Sateen now 10c 15c 25c 30c 35c 50c 8c 12 l-2c 19c 25c 29c 39c Organdie Flowered, Striped. Plain 15c Corded Crepe Special 10c Silks Silk now Silk now 50c 65c 40c 50c Crepe 'deChine Solid Color, 35c now 29c FIVE YARDS GOOD QUALITY CREPE GIVEN Denies 50c 35c $ 1 .00 $1.25 J 1.35 now now r, iw now now 3yc 50c 75c ere $1.00 $1.10 Shirtings Ik V. I 2c row o : ' v 8c 10c 10. ' .: 1-2' I 7- OIK ) QT ; : ; - M l. rn. .v now 1 AH Corsets 20 per ct. off Mercerized Poplin 35c now 29c Challies Special 6c Flowered Foulard 25c now 19c Crepe de Luxe 18c Voiles Satin Stripe 20c Flowered 19c 15c Curtain Scrim 15c 25c 30c 35c now now now now 12 l-2c 19c 25c 29c Percales 15c 12 l-2c 18c row 12 l-2c now 1 Oc Linine 15c Galatea 15c no w n.i-2c Gingham; V v now r; !-- 10.: I J 1-::V O...

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. — 11 June 1915

Local and Personal See Whiting's ad in this issue. John Starkweather was in the city Saturday. C. F. Doughton, of Melrose, was in the city today. Mrs. Roy Suman and family will take a vacation trip soon. rt Prof. C. J. Shoup, of Havener "was in Clovis on business Wed nesday. A. C. Pace, a farmer residing near Blacktowery was in town, Monday. J. L. Ilenson, who has a place southwest of Grady, was in town after supplies Monday. J. B. Clack, who has a good farm near the Frio draw settle ment, was in the city on busi ness Monday. Another fake ehow is billed for Clovis soon, which is expect to attract its prorata of "buck ers." Billy and Harry Buchanan, of Portales, were visitors at the Harry Miller home Sunday, com ing up in their car. J. L. House is gone for parts unknown. There are several that miss him and would like to Know nis wnereaDoius. W. U. Dannelly received a message Wednesday announcing the serious illness of his sister, who resides in Texas. Iron Clad Hosiery, the very best...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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