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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 25 June 1915

s GET BUSY! HURRY! YOUR TIME IS SHORT! JULY 12th WILL SOON BE HERE! Every candidate is earnestly urged to make every hour and every minute count for the most possible. This is positively necessary if you expect to capture one of the big prizes in this big subscription campaign. The Big Opportunity Week! Listen! Dunns all next week, or beginning Monday, June 28, and closing Saturday, 6:30 p. m., July 3. we will give just twice the number of votes on each dollar secured on subscriptions. NEVER AGAIN DURING THIS CAMPAIGN WILL IT BE POSSIBLE TO SECURE AS MANY VOTES ON SUB SCRIPTIONS AS DURING NEXT WEEK. Next week is "opportunity week." Not to do your "dead level best" next week while it is possible to get this extra large number of votes, is to deliberately throw your chance away to secure one of the big prizes. Figure, for instance, just what the piano is worth to you, and how much effort it will require on your part during 'he few remaining days of this carrvuign to get it. There is m...

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. — 2 July 1915

ANNIVERSARY BOOSTER EDITION Protect Your Auto with a St. Paul Policy Old, Strong an-1 Reliable. Losses Adjusted Promptly BAKER Bros. Agency. 'No Chain is Stronger Than Its Weakest Link" Our llitr;n t 'i'it nil wuk link ttnis-iiuliiii;- .,i, i.t stri-nk'tli-n ynur r'tiiih uf I ill.-. Clovis Title & Abstract Co. f. II M n. M,,,,,,,.,.,-. VOL. 8. NO. 52 CLOVIS. CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, .JULY 2 1!)15 ?, () j, yi,AR , ' i ' 1 ihe Agricultural and Stock Raising Eight Years of Development Work Why Clovis Will Continue to Grow Assets of Curry County. Has Accomplished Much. and Be Prosperous. When the editor of the Nkws arrived in Clovis on Mav I. L)07 with a bundle of newspapers en titled the "Clovis News." there was nothing to indicate that this was to be the sice of a city, except for the lot stakes, a grading and well drilling outfit and a few furrows plowed where the streets were designated. The first i-sue of the Ni:ws was printed on the Melrose Headlight press, then published by ...

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. — 2 July 1915

The Clovis News Tin- NVws Printing Company Publishers. Ainin i: K. Ct imi'.N, F.dithh. Kim red at the post office at Clovis, N. M. as second class mailt r under the act of March 8. lT'J. 1KUMS OK St'HSCKinUiN (, Y-ar .$l.t'l Six Months 5k- . f . t the throng at Clevis on Mi n.lay .Inly ". Celebrate in I he iff manner that you did in tli.. good old I'o'th of July cele bra i-1 when yo i were a h y, The public is warnf d not to mistake the practice of the ladies' band near our sanctum for our $5 00 phonograph and best turkev in the straw record There were probably more Curry County fanners in the city Saturday than on any single day since the holidays. The big rain gives them renewed ambition. The 1th. of July advertising committee have been busy this week se ruing adverti.-ing liter al u i e, of the big celebration to be held at Clovis on the 5th. to all parts of the county. Rig rains during the past week ;ire reported from all parts of ilio i-.".:ni y. Crops are looking li' ,. ;hi 1 ...

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. — 2 July 1915

I Carnival Week Specials! Here is a Carnival of low prices. Come and enjoy yourself while you have the opportunity. -a c-. 1 K' f'- 1L or If -i INTERIOR VIEW OF THE MODEL GROCERY. You have just cause to celebrate because of the reasonable price of gro ceries. Here they are:- 0 Aetna Silk Flour, per hundred $3.35 Van Camps Hominy, No. 3 cans, three for 25c Victory Apples, per gallon 35c 15 pounds of Cane Sugar for $1.00 Ideal brand Table Peaches No. 3 can for 15c Peaches in 10 pound boxes 85c Swifts Jewel Compound, large pail $1.00 Popular brand Early June Peas, No. 2 can for 10c . Prunes in 10 pound boxes - $1.10 Swifts Premium Hams, per pound 19c Tenasea Sorghum Substitue, per gallon 45c Eight bars of Lenox Soap for - - 25c Swifts Premium Bacon, by the strip 27c Louisiana Beauty Syrup, per gallon . 45c , , , r, i ii 4 pounds best Peaberry Coffee for - $1.00 Cottolene, large pail for - 1.30 l5rook-l)ale Peaches, per gallon - 45c 10 pounds New Spuds for 25c Capitol Peaches, per gallo...

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. — 2 July 1915

v.. If 5 C Sudan (irnss field near Clovis. The raising of Sudan grass proving to be one of our best forage crops. is Standing of Candidates. The young lady candidates in the Clou's News big subscription campaign have sprung a number of surprises on us the past week. They have changed places con siderably. Miss Delia Boone, of Texieo, who held fifth place last week, has forged her way to first. Miss Boone has her eyes on thit $350 Jessie French piano and the candidate wh b va. h ;r will have to "go some?." Miss Lena Singer, who held down fourth place in the last count, cuines second this week. Miss Singjr appears to be a winner in this campaign, vour eve on her. Eiss Klma Forbes comes third this week, with just lot) voles bunch of "reserve votes." Of course that may be true of other candidates also. Better watch Miss Baird. She is a subscrip tion getter all right. Miss Downing, of Melrose, who serenely held first place last week, fell from her "high estate" to fifth place this week. ...

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. — 2 July 1915

! ! Will"," Monday, July 5th, Specials! f r .. f " ..nr.,..... rt-... ---.., .j.v.-.;"..-;,.. ri wwftfiiurri K 1 u m tLLIi LLI" S'9 If o I If you buy here it's a forgone conclusion that you will make many savihgs. Good values, coupled with liberal methods and straightforward dealing have made this store the wonderful busi ness success it is today. One glance at the splendid merchandise that we offer at our famously low prices will impress you most vividly with the wonderful opportunities that this store always holds for you. cents' furnishing dkpaktmknt. DRESSES Tan. Blue wool and silk Challie $13 75 value, $10 (!5 Putty color Silk Faille $13 85 valu. $10.05 Belgian lVue Sarin Stripe Faille $20.00 value. $15 95 Sai.ii colored Silk Poplin 12 75 value. $8 i5 Dark Blue Silk IV.plin 12.75 value. 8 !)5 1 Black (Vp- De Chine 1(1 50 value. 12.1)5 2 Black Tatrtas 14 50 and 11 0 value. J 115 Black, white clucked Tafl'eta Coats 14 75 alue. 11.75 Plaid Taffeta, trimmed in gre mi Hi 75 value, 1...

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. — 2 July 1915

5eeing the Country (Continued) P. J. Mersfelder has one of the very best farms and ranches I have seen. His ranch consists of four sections. His crops showed evidence of having been carefully and well worked. Monroe Lee is a man who brings things to pass, a man who does not wait for things to turn in), but gets out and turns things up. His big fine resi dence1, with a half dozen or more barns and sheds, all in good shape, in a word, everything one sees about the Lue home be speaks thrift, entperprise, con tent ment and prosperity. Tne young orchard and large number of shade tree add to the looks and comfort of this homj. The bunch of first class stock, and nearly 300 acres of cultivated land add to the bank account. The automobile adds to the pleasure of the family. J. E. Bingham, who has lived here for eight years', said: "I had rather live here than any place I ever saw." He is here to stay, and of course is succeed ing. B. H. Holden, who has lived on his present place for nine ye...

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. — 2 July 1915

I Dry Goods and Notions for The Family J I J H J ' : , : -A .. , - r; 1 1 -"'.'l jjnameiware T; '.. in ware Glassware Variety Goods Warner's Corsets WH TING'S "THE OLD 5 and 10c STORE" Restfoot Hosiery WHY YOU NEED A SILO THE SILO is the beat solution of the two most important prob lems in livestock production-an easy available supply of the cheapest and best winter feed. The solution of these feed prob lems is very largely the solution of the problems of successful livestock production in the South. For, so Ions as we buy hay and grain for livestock feed ing, eveno long as our cities and towns draw their supplies of feeds for livestock from other sections, just so long will they also draw their meat and dairy food products from other sec tions. As a silo on the farm is a mile stone well along the road to sue cessful livestock feeding, it is becoming the best mark of in telligently progressive methods Southern livestock production ' More livestock is needed in the South, both for th...

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. — 2 July 1915

- ' 1 1 - .... - i f JJiLl lgAUAALMlgB la i i Sale Starts Saturday Morning July 3rd, 1915 20 Days of Red Hot Selling ! Ladies' Suits Ladies' Suits, values $20 to $30, all new spring: styles, coming in Navy, Check and Sand. Clearance price $13.75 $15.00 and $18.00 Suits, nice new models and good colors. Clearance price $10.00 Palm Beach Suits, value $10. Sale price $7.75 Ladies' Coats Just a few Spring and Sum mer Coats left, in Black and Blue Silk, also a few check and other fancy mix tures. Values $8 to 25.00 Cleat ance price ONE-HALF PRICE. TQtJH Silks Fancy Silks 24 inches wide, complete line of patterns Regular price $1.00. Clearance price 79c 27 inch Poplin, coming in Navy, Belgian Blue, Sand, Putty, Gray, Black and Red. 75c value at yd. 49c Full 36 inch Charmeuse, good line of colors, $1.25 values. Clearance price 98c 36 inch Messaline, 1.00 values, Sale price . 89c 36 inch Foulard, 1.25 values. Clearance price 98c Complete line of colors in Taffetas, 36 inches wide, $1.50 val...

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. — 2 July 1915

WHAT OUR FARMERS SAY PROFESSIONAL 1 4th of July Ti.e following affidavits tell Vhe tale in the farmers own manner about their experiences in Curry County farming. These affidavits were furnish ed Wilkinson and Ramey, who are preparing some advertising literature regarding this section :,f the Country: Farm Produced Crop Valued at $2,000.00. State of New Mexico, County of Curry, ss. Before me, the under signed authority on this day personally appeared J. R. Vivian OI ClOVIS, . W"U ubiiis ujr me first duly sworn, deposes and says on oath that he owns One Hundred Sixty acres of land, two and one half miles north east of Clovis and that, in the j ear of 11)13 he raised and sold $2,0CO.OO worth of Grain on his farm. In the year of 1914, he raised 251)0 buahel3 of maize and kaflir corn, besides all the feed he used for his cows and work horses which is equal to over 3000 bushels of threshed grain. Deponent says further that he moved onto his farm in February 1908, and that he has never ha...

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. — 2 July 1915

$15,000 Road Bond Money C. V. Stifford, private secre tary to Senator A. B. Fall, was in the city Wednesday arranging for the distribution of the road board money from the sale of the bonds. The deal for the sale of the bonds has been prac tically consummated and each county road board are required to put up a small sum in order to complete the negotiation . It a as for the purpose of obtaining Viis money, amounting to some thing like $:J00. 00 that Mr. Staf ford was here. The amount of nvney to which Curry County will fall heir for the improve ment of the roads is $15,000.00. If this sum is intelligently and judiciously expended, the county which now enjoys the distinction of having the best natural roads jn the state, will have the BEST roads in the state. The roads through the sand hills to the south between Clovis and Por tales can b e made passab'e. The roads across tin ravines to the north can he worked so that the farmers will b ; able to haul their grain crops to town over t...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 2 July 1915

. i - -. i-..; I , .f .f.bcQ.BXD.. ; - ,i J ' , T" , : . - , , J Mi jj- ..... . . . - - IM . J ! Mr rms- M t i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK "As solid as the rnt'k of Oihralter." Established in 1!07 on the corner where the Southwestern Drug Store now stands. S. A. Jones, President; S. J. Boy kin. V. Pres.; A. W. Skarda. Cashier. 'l,'.'!:v' 1 r J-JWtia fcf .i - S " "VBJiyj B,,.t . ,1 1 r v INTKIUOIl VIKW Oh H.xKKR I'.KOS. A(ii:NCV 30 DAYS OLD 275 MEMBERS TIIK IMIKNo.MINAI. (IIIOWTII OK TIM'. New Mexico Mutual Life and Aid Association Which, though only a month old. already has nearly oiiO memtit rs with almost $l(H,ini) insurance in force, is convinc ing evidence that the Association has merit and is worthy the consid' artion of every ciiiz-n in the county. Oilers plain, honest protection without the "frills". En ables us to help our neighbors and our n.-ighhors to help us when the home is in distress. Provides accident, old age ami disability benefits. Takes no m ney out of the state but ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 2 July 1915

I 4 I Chicken Dinner t Chicken dinner will be served each Thursday and Friday at the Antlers Hotel Dining room. 2-t Mrs. S. Overton. ) The News regrets being un able to publish our country cor respondence; the names of the teachers attending the county formal; report of the singing condition and other items of interest this week on account of lack of space. f Mrs. W . A. Havener and Miss Lydia returned from Oklahoma Saturday after a visit of several weeks. v f. 1 4 1- ' . ', , Li - l' i. f t .At,. I I r I 0 0 C 3 O I C J V .'-f V'.'j lb- . . " 4- HIM If ' , nmi tTV Threshing Wheat on Jones farm 12 mile nonh of C'ovis, fall of 1914 Within the last twelve months A. L. Gurley and Company have shipped 2U5carsof Curry County broom corn besides 20 cars of wheat and 35 cars of maize, kaflir, feterita and other grain. The Clovia Elevator, which was erected this jear and which i s under the management o f Burdick and Stone, have shipped 12 cars of grain since March 16. This building is occup...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 2 July 1915

A FJ.END IN HEED A FRIti'D INDEED i-ilmm I -.li. i Jonathan's Love For- Da. J A Mad-tl bp 63 Iff Friendship Its Tesl l.j Endurance. It Basis Friendship being Lost. Soihshness an Impjndinj Oaiiflur. The Best Service .1 f't.i,t hn-rlh ul 'ill tir."- Vrui , r. .11, ISTl I J: Y I nl n. ,1 .l- rxiuuplps - Ml' ! rliin:lii;i: lnl n; inne : I . VIKW ()! GKIS'MOKK OMIOKNE STORK The mid-summer season is novv on. I),) not fail to s.ee our new line of Panamas, Ostrich Novelties and 'aiuv neck pieces. Every well dressed lady needs one of these Ostrich boas to complete her toilet. Special sale prices thtvutdiout July. I. B. L. Osborne AT Tllr. (11 i STAN I k-m- i III.- I'. ml- " feA J iuiin:.-1 .l'. 1111 IHiP, l .l.lllil I II. III. "SfcflB Sllllls miii .lli.l .us..-h -,. Iirir ill' llli- tlii'i.iii- til' Nrtii'l, fur I'm ;,. hi-- i'iv.-il lii I ItiCI llli- iii.i.'s Iii-.uii niiil in I in. : " Jg I'i-iit'illll. Tile lIliM-lli? I ks i'l' llis fi ii'iiil-liip ilfiiioiiMriitf- h n.'I.IIIt.v 'f : ' I ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 2 July 1915

1' I WHAT OUR FARMERS SAY 0 " IF YOU KEEP HOUSE Crop Buys Farm. Stale of New Mexico County of Curry, ss. Before mo the undersign- id authority on this day pet son- i!y appeared F. K. Lovett, who liv me nist neintf tuny sworn reposes and says on oath that tin is an actual resident of Curry -'""'I'jpi N. M. and lives ten ; jmilef Wortheast of Clovis and lias lived tht're for 9 years and (VH that he owns liliO acres of land and thfit lie knows from his own knowledge that two farmers in 1 Curry County have produced enough crop on Kit) acres of land I to ljay fir the adjoining 100 acres oi land, alter deducting all cxpei.e s of the crop. De ponent Sii.vs further that he on- gaiM-.s in the t l,n shintr of rain ' 1915 ami ll. at ii" h wen acipiaune.i with numerals lai'iinus who have ili. tie above slate I. lie- A Farmer Deputy. ?tate of New Mexico, County of Curry, ss Before me the undersign ed authority on this 6th day of June, 1915, personally apueired S. D. Dean, who by me being first d...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 2 July 1915

irrr-"fid?:- i 4 Your trade has helped us to move into this big double building. We have tried to show our appreciation by making it a comfortable place for you to trade. The store is cool even on the warmest days. Gents' Furnishing and Shoe Department We have two men in this department to wait on the men. This department is large and roomy. There are plenty of chairs in the shoe department. Our shoe men have made a study of fitting the feet properly so that you will be comfortable and look nice too. Everything has been arranged to make it com fortable and pleasant for the customer. Let us sell you some of our goods and you will see that our prices are right. Ladies' Department The garment department is fitted with nice, com fortable chairs, so that you can rest while you make your selections. The dress goods section is fitted up with chairs so that you will enjoy getting your dress and all the trimmings. We carry a large stock of the newest things in dress goods and trimmings. When...

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. — 9 July 1915

Protect Your Auto with a St Paul Policy Old, Strong und Reliable. Losses Adjusted Promptly BAKER Bros. Agency. 'No Chain is Stronger ) Than Its Wcakefi Link Our ttMtraeU point out U wJt Jtt Clovis Title & Abstract C C. r. RAKKR. Mmmtit. VOL 8. NO. 56 CLOVIS. CURRY COUNTY, NEW. MEXICO. JULY 9. 1915 $1.00 PEK ext Monday, July 12, at 8 o'clock p. m., the curtain will drop and the Clovis News Subscription Campaign will be over. The judges will count the votes at once and award the $350.00 Jesse French Piano to Miss well, noxv, who will it be? That is the question for each candidate to settle. It is strictly and solely up to you. Will YOU come first, second or third or will you trail along behind in this campaign? Gather up your strength, muster all year resources and rally all your friends for the final dash to the goal, and finish this campaign with great credit to your self and satisfaction to your friends. You are pitted against the best talent that Clovis and Curry county afford...

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. — 9 July 1915

THE CLOVIS NEWS TRAINING GERMAN STREET CAR WOMEN PLANT SCME FETERITA TO DO AWAY WITH COLLISIONS Well Adapted to Sections of Light Rainfall. U '0 5; II U L " : 1 aMsaBaw-- . w ri. t -r-i ' L I 1 t , 111 VV f r r. - r r An Illinois man has Invented a portable deraller for cara, the Idea be ing tbat, if a train la blocked, a rear signal can bo set, and, if not heeded, a rear train Is thrown off the track. The chief objection to the device la that it does not lessen loss of life, but merely places the blame where it be longs and kills the right wan. Perhaps a better arrangement would be to have a portable obstruction, which, placed beside the track, would not derail a train, but engage a lever ENDOWED WITH LIFE? OLD ENGINEER HAS IDEA ABOUT LOCOMOTIVES. Study of Telepathy Convinced Him That Hla Notion When He Wat Handling the Levers Were Pretty Nearly Correct After 30 yeara at the throttle In the service of one of the great trunk line going out of New York, Sylvester P. Ames, locomotive ...

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. — 9 July 1915

All EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD Or THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND AD ROAD. ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEAR3 OF MANKIND. Weelern Neanpnii.r I nlnn lfewe Brrvlre. About the War The DrltlHh steiuiiHhlp LotiinK, bound from Arnniitlmi for Uelfant with a car go of corn, wag sunk by a German submarine nixly miles went of the Scllly IhIuikIh. The town of llallcz la Gallclu on the Iliilt'Hlcr river lias been occupied by German troops, according to thn an nouncement givun out by Gorman mili tary hcadquurtcrs. Berviaii forcng have luvudfd Auh trla, capturing the Tlllago of Mich arskaada, forty miles west of liul Krade, the war office announced. The gerbs took 15 prisoners. Tho first Kri'ftt naval battle of the war in tin- liuulc sea bus bri'ii fought aud iiicaui-r reports reei'lved from Copenhagen Indicate that the German fleet has been defeated by the Him slims. An uticoiiliimcd report from Athens says tliu allies have taken the Turk t...

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. — 9 July 1915

r f V " f; " rt r T (, BDBBOOaaffflOB I f I y v I 1 i i A "STATEMENT OF FACTS" -s. i i r l I a r $ A V' rn J v J ' ' . j i V 1 ;:i2 J J ) 5g Sale Starts I July 12, 1915 do 3? - , 4r , 3 Ladies Coats left at Half Price ! Ladies' Silk Dresses Dresses in Poplin, Faille. Taffetas, regular $11.50. $12.75 and 13.75 values at - $8.59 2 Silk Dresses in Crepe De Chine and Taffeta, regular $lfi.50 values, special price $10.85 1 Black &nd White checked Dress. 14.85 value at 9.98 Belgian Blue Satin Stripe Faille. 20.00 value at 13.95 Ladies' Kimonas 15 per cent Reduction Muslin Underwear 35c Corset Cover 50c and 65c Corset Cover 50c and 65c Muslin Gown $1.25 and 1.45 " " - 1.45 and 2.25 " 65c Muslin Draws 1.25 " 2.25 " 1.75 Combination Suit . 27c 45c 45c .. 98c .$1.39 . 45c . 95c 1.69 . 129 Ladies' Vests 10c Ladies Vests 121-2e " " 15c " 25c ' " 50c " " 75c Silk Luster Vest . 50c Knit Union Suits 75c 1.00 1.25 7c 8c He 19c 39c 59c 39c 59c 79c 98c i I I I I I I 1 I I l I I I f 1 I I II II U ...

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