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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 12 May 1916

SALE! RAM 3S 5 Beginning Sat. May 13, and Continuing 10 Days This is a Bona-fide Sale and Our entire stock must be reduced Regardless of Cost. We will give from 25 to 50 per cent off on everything on sale. It includes Patterns, Materials, Untrimmed Shapes. Veils, Laces, etc. For Half Price, we are offering: 1 lot of Ribbons, Rice Net Frames, Plumes, Ostricb Novelties, Orna ments, Quill Feather Boas, Sport Hats, Fancy banding, Face Veils, 1 lot of Flowers, Braids, Odds and ends of Silks, Baby Hoods, Auto Caps, Veils. Never before have you been offered greater bargains than you will find in this sale. The opportunity is yours. Will you take advantage of it? I. H. L. OSBORNE $2.25 Chiffon Veils for $2.00 Chiffon Veils for $1.50 Chiffon Veils for 50c Boy's Hats for 35c " Hats for $1.75 $1.50 $1.00 35 cents 25 cents In the Clothing Department we are also offering special reduced prices on everything JS -mm f M 1 1 mm f ) 4 AA A . ..411 C in the house. Your choice or Middies at oUc to 51....

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. — 12 May 1916

v i I i t I I I 1 LI i Campaign Mate rials from us. orr 1 !! 1 !i I ! u O I.iiSl'K' IOC r,apManillgaMMMMpHItfWM9MMMIRM ... IT''''-'' Ennui 4 bL2he3 t&'huaJH fi ila sadu e- V 1 fl l", FIX UP YOUR FENCES! Tart of the Clean Up and Pnirtt Up Plan Is to Put Your P.-omses in Cood Repair. j ft Cur l-'irst Ch,s Itoufr'i Lumber and ; A A 1'ics.id M. k Will Be FounJ Very I I (M A l Sut'vf.u t-rv (nr All Kinds of ' in yi Coiiiiruction Work Mil A l ... V.J. Be Sure to P Up aint after tbe Glean Paint is the best known pre servative for wood and metal and if you're prudent you will use plenty of paint both inside :ind outside your house. THONE 277. fX, 'Urn l Ul ii.i''-' I I 1 'I Clean Un -and Paint Up, Then Buy Your Screens From Us Protect Yourself from the lY'fby ik u:. Ty A rULL OF CRi'FN DOORS. - . - . ... 'had at our .M(re. (At your Clean Up and Paint Up l- rr- 7 !L. - ' 1 WM ft 4 7 A-L 4 ' T . w See our Refrigerators and Oil Stoves. rA T-1 Phone Kice r urniture Lo. 86 accrr: Clean up-Pa...

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. — 12 May 1916

wemvuK Friday night. Free Matinee for Farmers Lyceum Theatre Commencing Saturday, May 13 Show Starts at 3:15. One Show Only. Mr. and Mrs. Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Stout motored to Grady Friday night to attend the exercises. Hew Lovette preached two sermons at Ruth Sunday. Hew Lovette stayed with J. T. Stout Sunday night. Grandpa. Pleasant Hill Notes. Before writing any news for this week and last, I must cor rect an error which was made in my notes for the 28th of March issue. It was as follows: Nearly m11 of the young people of tkis community went to Lincoln Sun day. All report that the Sunday Hchool attendance was unusually small. It should have been: All report a good time. Our Sunday school was unusually small. It was either my mistake or a mis take in type-setting. Nearly everyone is planting. Winter must be over. James M. Bickley and an arch itect, of Clovis, were out at the school house last Saturday a week ago. They inspected the school house to ascertain whether it would su...

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. — 12 May 1916

CLOVIS LODGE DIRECTORY AND RELIABLE BUSINESS CONCERNS $ i UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL S. J. Hobbs, Owner and Prop. Good, Clean Rooms and Beds. First Class Dining Service. Prices Very Reasonable West Grand Ave. Clovis, N. M. G. V. STEED Undertaker & Embalmer Manager Clovis Cemetery Phone 14. Both Day and Night Phone Phone 27. West Grand Avenue. Next door to McFarlin'a Star Market HOUK BROS. Props. Home Killed Meats Our Specialty. Fresh Vegetables, Fish and Oysters in Season. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HIDES LODGE DIRECTORY , Clovis Lodge A. F. and A. M., No. 40 Meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday night at Masonic Hall. A. J. Whiting, Secretary. 'W'lk R. L. Pryor. W. M Clovis Lodge I. O. O. F. xSSm No 31 J. P. Denny, N. G. Meets every Thursday night at Masonic Hall. Lem A. Wright, Secretary. Clovis Lodge B. P. O. E W. H. Duckworth, E. R. No. 1244 f - .1. Tll.. U . nJ I liL t mi mo ai jjinn mmie every nu anu -tin Wednesday night. Fritz B. Herod, Secretary. Whitetower L...

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. — 12 May 1916

THE CLOVIS NEWS OOES AWAY WITH COUPLING - NEW SWITCH ENGINE ELECTRO MAGNET EMPLOYED TO THE BE8T ADVANTAGE. Invention of Swiss Engineer Eagerly Adopted by Railroad Authorities- Simple In Effect, But Admirably Adapted to Work. To expedite the shifting of cars in railroad yards and to lessen some of tbe hazards now gonerally associated with this work, an ingenious Swiss In ventor has called to his aid the elec tro magnet. So sound were the prin ciples be employed and so practicable was his equipment that tbe installa tion Is now in dally use upon the switch engines in the busiest yard In Berne. A form of storage battery locomo tive has been built especially for this work. Instead of the usual buffers at the front and rear, the tractor Is fitted with Iron cylinders, two at each end, and placed where they will be directly In line with the regular buf fers on ordinary cars. These Iron cyl- inders are wound about with coils of insulated copper wire, and when an electric current is sent thr...

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. — 12 May 1916

1HK CLOVIS NEWS DIGGING TRENCHES n . t r (r v- :VU -rfi m IP- Member of the Eighteenth Infantry machine-gun squad throwing utrenchmenti along the brder at Douglas, Arti. PUTS PRICE ON HEAD OF DARING FRENCH AVIATOR German Government Wants "Corsair of the Air," Dead or Alive. LEADER OF BOMBING RAIDS Has Cauaed Damage of Grievous Kind and With Persistency That 8eoms to Know No Limit Reward of $6,250 IS Offered. Paris On the head of one man In the French army tho German govern ment has put a price. This man has caused them damage of a grievous kind and with persistency which seems to know no limit. The sum of 25,000 marks ($6,250) will be paid for Captain X. of the French aviation service dead or alive. The French government has been very careful to avoid giving bin name, and it Is believed the Germans know blm only by description. it was Captain X. who three succes sive times went to bombard the Ger man powder and ammunition factory at Rottwoil, In Wuerttemberg. On each occasion be per...

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. — 12 May 1916

Another Raid (Continued from first page) settlement. A few miles west of Glen Springs, an American patrol of eight men from Troop A of the Fourteenth cavalry, ander command of Sergeant Smith, was stationed. The ban dits began an attack on the little temaorarv shack in which the eight troopers were quartered before the single sentinel could raise an alarm. The time was about 11 o'clock. "viva villa! viva carranza!" The attackers rushed madly on the shack, shouting "Viva Villa!" and "Viva Carranza!" They were met by a sturdy defense from the half-asleep Americans, however, and failed in their evident attempt to make a quick capture of the patrol guard. From 11 o'clock that night un til after 2 o'clock in the morn ing. Sergeant Smith fought the Mexicans from the shelter of the patrol house. In that time three of his men, Privates Co hen, Coloe and Rogers, had been killed, and he and all the rest were wounded. Then, the shack caught fire. makes heroic retreat It was impossible to stay l...

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. — 19 May 1916

HELP MAKE CLOVIS A "LIVE" TOWN BY SPENDING YOUR MONEY WITH HOME MERCHANTS FARM, GRAIN and HAIL INSURANCE Baker Brothers AGENCY FIRE and AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Baker Bro thers Agency Official Newspaper of the United Stateii Land Office and of the People of Curry County VOL. 9. NO. 48 CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MAY 19. 1916. $1.00 PER YEAR SOLDIER BOYS FOR Letter from Capt. Perry Reown Urges that More Recruits be Sent. Other Reports Indicate that the Boys are Located in Camp at Columbus. Chamber of Commerce Passes Resolutions. 21 New Recruits. The following letter received by the News from Captain Perry Keown and Lieutenant John Luikart of Company "K" tells ihe story, Columbus, New Mex. May 15. 191(5. From Commanding otiicersCo. "K" 1st Inf., N. M. N. G. To Editor Go via News. We appeal to the people of Clovis and Curry County through your paper to show their patriot ism and enlist in Company K to do our part to insure the pro tection of life along the border. Militia Companies f...

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. — 19 May 1916

THE CLOVIS NEWS DEATH'S MESSENGERS wan is wan i W$fM 5 j LEHMANN BLUFFED IT OUT (3f3$'H if VJ-5I5-' j irr--, ' " 1 wl'pn Frederick W. Lehmann. tor- L'! is :'WCZwruw JT :4;V W oUcltorgeneral of the United H Z BLSffiTiiiSl X ; . State., studied In southwestern Iowa ufNfcaSAVJ J" ' w2j? .te ymFS35ZZKy' t f"' '!":A ,0 become a lawyer the rudtmenta of fj-MiU V law differed somewhat from today-ai WflUt SrT8 " I. i V any rate for Mr. Lehmann. . &;.JV:tf.V-4PVi j f 1 'I never aaw the Iniide of a law XL-rAAi-r I I i. I llei." caya Lehmann. who once iJPf rdMvQL. v it I , J was Trident of the American Bar Vltf PT'T' VS ..Bociatlon "in thee day. the rudl- JV& '-'W-rx - ) f ni'nts of the law profession were, first. r--fT fy..-4.;. ; , t - to make a tire in the old cannon .love; aoM T" i ''t9t& V i second, sweep out the oUce; third. fcWi , -"V 'jfc-.rft gjffsa ytoWt?- ' ' - - trinitnina; the .moky coal oil lamp. . A Sn.Hr. to wrtu out in ."tolr'tT." VVr" ' u,an r rr Kij&'lli'.Z.f ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 May 1916

THE CLOVIS HEWS CAMEL ARTILLERY ON WAY TO TRIPOLI BEGUN HOT WATER MDHG IF YOU Say glass of hot water with phosphate before breakfast washes out poison. I i . . To subdue tbe Tripoli rebels aud the Senusnl tribesmen who were threatening the western froutler ot Egypt troopi were rushed westward from Cairo. The photograph show lorn of the camel artillery being shipped. TRENCH WARFARE SHATTERSNERVES Horror of It All Has Lasting Ef fect on Victims of the Ti tanic Conflict. WEIRDSCENES ARE DESCRIBED Or. E. Murray Auer of Philadelphia 8ayl "Trench Dreams" of the Wounded Bare Horror of Modern Battle. Philadelphia. That the horrors of trench wui fare, with its sudden alurtus at night, tho bunding of shells and the burying of men by ruliifl explosions, have a lasting c7.net on tho tucn who undergo them Is the conclusion reached by Dr. E. Murray Auer of Philadelphia, l'a., who for some time was attached to the Twenty-second General hoppital of the Urltish expe ditionary force. "somewhere In Ft...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 May 1916

Tie Clovis News The News Printing Company Publishers. J. II. Shepard. Political Editor. Entered at the post office at Clovis, N. M. as second class latter under the act of March t, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 fix Months 50c Democratic in Politics ANNOUNCEMENTS. The News is authorized to an nounce the names of the follow, ing as candidates for the respec tive offices designated, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries June 10. The News is authorized to an nounce the candidacy of VV. B. Shiplej for County Commission er of the Melrose district, sub ject to the action of the demo cratic piimaries June 10, l'JIG. The News i.; authorized to an nounce the candidacy of Grover Brock, of Clovis, for the ollke of Tax Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic pri maries, June 10th, 191G State Senator L. C. MKRSFELDEIl State Representative MILTON REhlCE L. E. SHAW Treasurer Ii. E. IfliOWN J. SIMPSON MORGAN County Clerk. W. C. Z'vRWER A. L. A WALL' Sheriff. S. D. ...

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. — 19 May 1916

WOMEN HELP TOWNS TO CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP They Have Done Much to Make National Campaign for Civic Betterment Successful Everywhere. THE United States Is entering up on an era of vastly Improved liv ing conditions, both physical and moral, due almost entirely to the -efforts of women workers In the Na tional "Clean Up and Paint Up" cam paign, according to Allen W. Clark, chairman of the national campaign bureau, In St Louis. It is estimated that during 1915 more than a million women took part in the campaign for civic progress and human uplift which brightened the lives and homes of millions from Ban gor, Me., to San Diego, Cal. 'The growth and development of the na tional "Clean Up and Paint Up" cam paign, has been In leaps and bounds since Its inauguration," he said. Individual women, women's clubs and women's organisations of all kinds for civic and moral Improvement have Joined forces in this great work which reaches Into practically every phase of life, tatters have poured In by...

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. — 19 May 1916

3 I.'-- ' r;.lf ':v--'" ': J"'. (I a 1 3! v - , r-v ' ' i' l' i- flest rV. .!,;.; ; V'', ', ''-" . V."! fir--'" . ' 1 :f J PROF. W. E. CARROOM Who has closed his school term in Clovis and who will leave with his family for Santa Fe to make their future home. Mr. Carroon was recently appointed chief cWrk of the New Mexico Board of Education. Local and Personal Claud Miller left the first of thi' wtvk for Oklahoma. Miss Sarah Eastland, -the belli1 of Doi!ia, was in the city shopping, the fiisl of the week. L. ( Mrrsf elder, candidate for State Senator is here from Santa Fe. His election is certain. We are glad to note that our old friend W. C. Parish i3 able to be nut apain after a severe eick spell. Fred Dennis went to Santa Fe Sunday returning; Tuesday. He had matters before the Supreme Court. Ross Pixley, chief clerk for Sup't Evans went to Topeka the first of the week on railroad matters. A good rain fell here Wednes day night which was especially welcomed in the wheat districts 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. — 19 May 1916

,., i i iii w e .i , 111 u . : lliill -mS: ill f FIX UP YOUR FENCES! Part of the Clean Up and Paint Up Plan Is to Put Your Premises in Good Repair. (A A Our First Class Rough Lumber and n 1 A Dressed Stock WUI Be round Very Satisfactory for All Kinds of Construction' W6rk. A II I II III! ft Jl Phone 23 LONE STAR LI JR. CO. Oil Mops and Floor Dressings to tuit all needs are to be had at our store. Get your Clean Up and Paint Up Campaign Mate rials from us. See our Refrigerators andOil Stoves. 7 ' m fin nu Be Sure to Paint Up after the Clean Up Paint is the best known pre servative for wood and metal and if you're prudent you will use plenty of paint both inside and outside your house. PHONE 277. A. G. SEARCY. . . i,- ft The Slogan of the 1 City Just Now is 4 Clean up-Paint up! While the campaign of Clean up and Paint up on the outside of your premises is on, don't forget the inside of your home Mound City Paints and Varnishes Cover most, look best, wear longest, most economical. Let ...

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. — 19 May 1916

ACHES! Aches are the father of grouches. firnuphes nroduce ill tern- l! per and irritableness. and these hasten you to your grave. rora very nine we sen remedies that kill the aches aa soon as they appear. pinesa, your life, worth this small investment? The I City Drug Store ! The new store on South Main St. Phone 162. Eastham's Store Robbed E. B. Eastham's grocery store on West Grand Avenue, was burglarized one night the first of the week and about $24.00 in money and some groceries taken. Entrance was gained by forcing in the front door. The suppo sition is that Mexicans are re sponsible for the deed and one Mexican suspect has been ar rested. They have been seen loitering about the place several days. t vv ; . j T""" f ;. - ', I I . "" : ,'i'4'H-:'fif .V;v.rw.'vA,;t'V' i ,. ' - !t".s,,- i -r j? -; -i . .v.. ft x . i ' . v k V , " 1 1 UW HUW TU SAY UOUU-dT "".'jrsiTE cla?.k. r.:.:r:.'E iv.Avni'j-rArAT'cuNT Tn First Methodist Church Let every one work at every opportunity for the S...

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. — 19 May 1916

CLOVIS LODGE DIRECTORY AND RELIABLE BUSINESS CONCERNS $ UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL S. J. Hobbs, Owner and Prop. Good, Clean Rooms and Beds. First Class Dining Service. Prices Very Reasonable. West Grand Ave. Clovis, N. M. G. V. STEED Undertaker & Embalmer Manager Clovis Cemetery Phone 14. Both Day and Night Phone Phone 27. West Grand Avenue1. Next door to McFarlin's Star Market HO UK BROS. Props. Home Killed Me-iits Our specialty. ' Fresh Vegetable.", FL-h and Oysters in Season. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HIDES lodge Directory Clovis Lodge A. F. and A. M., No. 40 s Meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday night at Masonic Hall. R. L. Pry or, W. M. A. J. Whiting, Secretary. Clovis Lodge I. O. O. F. Meets every Thursday night at Masonic Hall, Lem A. Wright, Secretary. J. P. Denny. N. G. Clovis Lodge B. P. O. E. No. 1244 EW!-. Meets at Elks Home every 2nd and 4th W. H. Duckworth, E. R. Wednesday night. Fritz B. Herod, Secretary. Luke Morton, C. C. Whitetower Lodge W. 0. W....

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. — 19 May 1916

1'HE CLOVIS NEWS Lin mi i uu We Scarlet Plague Bo JACK LONDON (Ootrtbl. Ull, br MoOlara Nmpapar BrnttioM) CHAPTER IV Continued. 8 "Once, when the Chauffeur was away flBhing, she begged me to kill him. With tears Id her eyes she begged me to kill him. But he was a strung and violent man, and I was afraid. Afterward I talked with bim. I offered him my horse, my pony, my dogs, all that I possessed, if be would give Vesta to me. and he grinned In my face and shook his head. He wai very insulting. He said that In the old days he had been a servant, had been dirt under the feet of men like inn and of women like Vesta, and that now he had the greatest lady In the land to be servant to him and cook bis food and nurso his brats. 'You had your day before the plague,' be snld; 'hut this Is my day, and a damned good day it Is. I wouldn't trade back to the old times for anything.' Such words be spoke, but they are not his words. He was a vulgar, low-minded man, and vile oaths fell continually fr...

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. — 19 May 1916

THE CLOVIS NEWS CROSSING SIGNAL UP TO DATE PLOWING STUBBLE SOIL 15? :. "". I 1 ,.., ( t , Railroads passing through Chicago suburbs have adopted a new safet) device, explained by the Illustration, which shows the "stop signal" In use at crossings. j eeeieaaeeaaaeeaee.ameeeeae.ea. FOR SCHEDULE SPEED RAIL AUTHORITY OPPOSES "SPURT8" ON THE LINES. I Satisfied That Continuous Running on Time Explicitly Arranged for Is What Is the Desire of the Traveling Public. Should a maximum speed limit be fixed for all railroad trains, and what does the public desire most In the way of operating, groat spurts of "flyers" or sustained speed that usually spells "On tlme"T The constant aim of the rail officers Is continuous runs and ad herence to schedule rather than 90 mlle dashes. At times, officers of railroads have Usued orders prohibiting an engineer from attempting to make up time, that once he got behind he was merely to maintain his speed and keep from los ing more timo. This rule has been prono...

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. — 19 May 1916

To The Voters of Curry County My attention has been called to a circular letter headed "Of fice of W. C. Zerwer. Candidate For County Clerk." and signed by "W. 0. Zerwer." and in the circular the above mentioned candidate for County Clerk states that his "Predecessor Embossed Letterheads an Envelopes that Cost the County $25 00 per Thousand. That this is not a statement o facts, as the records will disclose as hereinafter certified. CERTIFICATE State of New Mexico I I SS.. County of Curry. I I, A. L. Await, County Clerk, within and for the County of Curry. State of New Mexico, do hereby certify the following as a true and correct bill as sworn to by the Dorsey Printing Com pany of Dallas, Texas, that said bill is Numbered 83 and refiled Number 186 now on file in my office as shown by the record of accounts paid in file No. 1 to 683 inclusive. Feb. 25, 1912. 1 Thousand No. 10 Embossed Envelopes $10.00 Feb. 26. 1912. 2 Thousand Embossed Letter-heads and 3 Thousand Emboss ed Envelopes ...

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. — 26 May 1916

'A'. L". Await HELP MAKE CLOVIS A "LIVE" TOWN BY SPENDING YOUR MONEY WITH HOME MERCHANTS FARM, GRAIN and HAIL INSURANCE Baker Brothers AGENCY .mSi - Official Newspaper of the lT,,i.d Sint- I.ai.,1 Office mid of lie People of Cnrry County FIRE and AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Baker Brothers Agency VOL. 9. NO. 49 CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. MAY 26. 1916. $1.00 PER YEAR Instead of a 4th of July Celebration This Year, Clovis Will Celebrate on June 6th - 7th at the Bankers Convention. The CUan Up Campaign The clean up campaign, which has been urged by the News for some time, has brought forth fruit and today Clovis is without question one of the cleanest towns in the state. Tuesday, a plan was inaugurated by the city authorities which has re sulted in removing practically all the rubbish and unsightly filth from our streets and alleys. Four squads of boys were en gaged to assist in the movement and with four wagons and a man superintendent on each, they were assigned to districts cover ing...

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