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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 12 June 1913

, CD r ,5ais ?QL 6YN0PSI8. At the beginning of great automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury, Blanton'a machine, drop dead Strange youth. Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and If ac cepted. In the real during the twenty four hour race Stanton meets a at ranker. Mlas Carlisle, who Introduces herself. The Mercury wlna race. Slanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig nores. Stanton meeta Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Stan ton la hurt Is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan- Jlss Carlisle and they inton comes to track ace. They have accl but not seriously. At Stanton of his twin inton becomes very 111 mess. On recovery, al -ecelvea Invitation and dlna together, sick, but mak dent. Floyd I dinner Floyd alater, Jessica, and loses cons his hotel Stan vlslta Jessica. .CHAPTER VII (Continued). "I am alone In the crowd, too," he rejoined. "If I though...

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 June 1913

A DAY rigation Country. Farmer Should Hire Engineer Who le Capable of Making Neceeeary Survey and Who Knows How to Lay Out Good System. Bjr K. B. HOUSE, Colorado Agricul tural College.) Tbe drainage of lands la of great lm portanc an the subject of Irrigation Itself. W apply water to the aoll and call it irrigating; we spread It OTer the ground and see It sink from sight; we see crops grow and forget all about the excess water we apply. Thla water, however, Is not lost and In later years will return to bless us or curao us, as the case may be, and It usually comes In the form of a curse rather than a blessing. What Is there that detracts more from the appearance of a prosperous farming community, as we drive along the country roads and look at tbe magnificent crops, than to aee here and there large tracts of barren waste covered with white alkali so common in this state, producing absolutely nothing and all on account of a high water table? Perhaps this ground used to be as producti...

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 June 1913

Co-operative Commer cial Clubs Organized (Continued from first page) arose and stated that a date so late as September would be too late a date and stated that the Coldren Bros, had arranged to bring a party of homeseekers into this state at a very early date, and also that it would be necessary to get a low rate of transportation to get the home seekers into this country. He also suggested on account of the central locality of Amarillo that that city would be a suitable lo cation for the next meeting and suggested a 'date not late than June 30, to assemble to perfect a permanent organization. This suggestion was then put in the form of a motion and carried. The invitation also added by Mr. Seth B. Hollman of Amarillo who endorsed Mr. Hamlin's idea, and which was also sanc ioned by our president, B. D. Oldham. Mr. Hamlin then add ed to his argument by saying that the reason that he suggest ed Amarillo was because of the fact of its locality and being convenient to Tucumcari. and sai...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 June 1913

I J1 I I 111 1 1 I I I V I I Br 1 III T 1 -X HQ VOL. 7. NO. 11. CLOVIS. CURRY C( ICO, JUNE 19, 1913. $1.00 PER YEAR DISTRICT COURT CON VENED LAST MONDAY Judge Granville A. Richardson Who Was Recently Appointed Presiding. A Splendid Start. Thoss who predicted that Judge Richardson would be the right man in the right place on the bench can rest assured that their judgement was correct. It was -conceded in the begin ning by all the aspiring candi dates for the appointment that if Judge Richardson would accept the position it was his and the Governor is said to have made this statement even before the bill was finally passed. Patton, Reese, Brice and others under stood this and therefore were only candidates in case Judge Richardson did not accept. The News makes this statement in order that some people might not be mislead into believing that some peanut politician was responsible for the Judge's ap pointment. It was a personal appointment with the Governor and a good one. Everybody is...

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 June 1913

The Clovis News. A. E. CURBEN, Editor CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO 8ee a fly and kill 1,000,000 Pilgrimages to the lumnier cottages will soon be under way. The 8. R. O. skirt may not stay, but the C. O. D. variety we have with us always. BEST BEANS TO GROW H the ham In some restaurants la cured, the eggs certainly are convalescent. Nowadays It's Impossible to tell whether It's Ignorance or simplified spelling. Still, there are aviators who Insist that aeroplanes do not need to be made any safer. Many a daughter who can turkey trot all night In a ball room shies at a dish rag In the kitchen. Anyway, the man who Is In church on Sunday morning Is not endangering anybody by Joy riding. The Boston police have started on an anti-hatpin crusade. The women meditate a sharp resistance. Chicago girl dropped three stories s.nd Is unhurt. As a boy, If we told that many, we got badly mauled. Harvard law students plan to give legal advice free to the poor. Why (Hid to the tribulations of said poor? There I...

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. — 19 June 1913

Statement of The Condition of The Glovis National Bank As made to the Comptroller of Currency at the Close of Business June 4th, 1913 RESOURCES Loans and Disscounts U. S. Bonds and Premiums Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE Total .... $68,862.71 26,650.01 10,142.11 3,715.00 61,860.99 $171,230.81 LIABILITIES Attest: Alex Shipley Fred W. James I Directors. Jno. L. Shipley Capital Stock $25,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 3,398.51 Circulation 25,000.00 DEPOSITS 117,832.30 Total $171,230.81 I certify that the above Statement is correct, J. C. NELSON, Cashier. If people would examine Bank Statements more there would be less danger of depositors losing money in Bank failures A well known banker once said, "Show me the deposits and cash and sight exchange of a Bank and I can tell you its condition." We issue statements to the Comptroller of Currency at Washington, D. C. five times a year and publish same in the city papers. Our Cashier stands ready to make a s...

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. — 19 June 1913

Royal Society Packages B E Wedding Bells. Wednesday evening about nine o'clock, Leland Chapman and Miss Mary Farrell were united' in marriage at the court house in the parlors of the coun ty clerk, A. L. Await. J. P. No ble. Justice of the Peace, officiating. While many friends of the contracting parties heard ru mors of the approaching mar riage, yet it was a complete sur prise to a great many when they quietly announced their marriage. They were after wards treated to a chivari by the young people of the town. Mr. Cnapman is employed as Clerk as Skidmore's Drug Store and Mrs. Chapman, prior to her marriage was employed at the Gran Quivira. May their voyage o'er the sea of matrimony be one of peace and happiness. Viotti Croft, Temple Odom, Johnson, Leo Evans, Wallace Crawford and Howard Dennis. Double Wedding. On Sunday morning, June 15, 1913 occurred the marriage of Miss Myrtle McCormick and Mr Ben M. Christian: Miss Nellie Carpenter and Mr. Huber L, Warren, at the home of R. L. P...

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 June 1913

Richardson on Organization. The following speech of Hon. 3. A. Richardson was made at the time of the organization of the New Mexico and West Tex as Commercial Club association held in Clovis on June 6. "Mr. President, I presume it is on the matter of permanent organization is that your idea, Mr Dennis? I supposed in com ing here today that there would be a permanent organization, just the plan of that, Mr. Presi dent had not occurred to me because materially what this gathering represents to me as I understand it, is the state of New Mexico and the western part of the state of Texas, i suppose that means the state cf New Mexico and the panhandle of Texa3. "To, perfect the organization in the proper manner and make it effective, to accomplish the purpose evidently in the minds of those here today, as indicated by Mr. Hamlin in his talk upon the organization, ought to be put forth in a larger body and a more complete representation present, if possible. I know the difficulties of get...

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 June 1913

Lathi OfTirp E. Hill of Clorlti, N. I stead entry I 84 V . N. M. I) on the 26th Any of July 1913. Claimant names aa witnesses: Msthlas E. Weie, Jonathan W Horn. Fred L. Oh, Jonah F. Ohr all of Clovta. N. M. c c. Henry. Roiriiter. ill to Jy 17th. Notice for Publication Non-coal land. Department of tho Interior. U. S. Land Offle1 at Fort Sumner. N. M . May 22. 1913. Notice ia hereby triven that Gormre S. Tag-R-art. of Claud N. M. who on April 22. 1910. made Homestead Entry No. 07972 for 8 1-2 Bee. 3 T.4 N. Range SB East. N. M. V. Meridian, haa tiled notice of Intension to make Three Year proof to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Williim J. Cnrren. U. B. Com miaeloner in his office at Clovis. N. M.. on the 26th day of July. 1M3. Claimant names as witnesses: Bert Wheeler of clovis, N. M . Ainrusta Kos Jay M. M.rks. William Byrne all of Claud. N. M c o Henry. Register fcferi-jvo NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office a Ft. Sumner. N. M Ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 June 1913

TENDERFEET WIN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HILL AND 80N8, THE OAT CHAM PIONS, ARE COCKNEY8 BORN AND BRED. City-bred la- the world's greatest metropolis and untrained as to things agricultural, were J. C. Hill and his three boys when they settled on lipme teads at Lloydmlnster, In the Prov Ince of Saskatchewan (western Can ada), eight years ago. Today they are the recognized champion oat grow ers of the North American continent, having won twice in succession the silver challenge cup, valued at $1,500, at the Fifth National Corn exposition, Columbia.. 8. C. The Plate, officially known as the Colorado Oat trophy, is emblematic of the grand champion ship prize for the best bushel of oats exhibited by individual farmers or ex periment farms at these expositions. The Hill entry won this year in the face of the keenest competition, hun dreds of exhibits being sent by expe rienced farmers from all parts of the United States and Canada. The oats were grown on land which was wild prairie less than fo...

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 June 1913

iO- ecial .ne least . resident Wilson is on the job and onto the "jobbers" good and plenty. He is the best President this country has had for many a long year. How ever, his attention has never reached Curry County New Mexico where some smooth fel lows are holding two offices (civil and federal) and indig nantly saying to the people: "What 'cher goin' to do about it"? The new town of Littlefield, Texas, a new town on the new line of railroad now building be tween Clovis and Lubbock wili celebrate the 4th of July in great shape this year. Littlefield is a very promising town with many arid varied fine resources, in ad dition to its many other good things it has one of the best fel lows (C. J. Dugan) as town agent in Texas. For full par ticulars about this new booming town address him at Littlefield, Texas. He's Honest Anyway. In speaking of Harvey B. Fer gusson and his vote on the "free wool bill" over which the newspapers of New Al exico are making such a fearful roar -the Las Vegas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 June 1913

'pane, J3rjdklyn 7 Joieph'a Temptation. BIBLE-5TU0Y'ON AFFLICTED, YET A COMFORTER. Geneaie 40, 41 May 4. "Qe4 gtrtth greet to Vie humble:' I Peter s .S fOSEPH, the model vonnjr man of Old Testament timed, lived before the days of spirit beget tlng, and benco was "meroly a natural num. not a Christian. He bad Inherited strong faith In the God of Abraham, who had promised that ulti mately a blessing should come to all people through Jacob's posterity. Jo seph reverenced God, and sought to Jive nobly to have God's approval. Joseph's falthfuluess was rewarded by bis advancement to the position of steward in his master's house. But just at the height of bin prosperity, his master's wife, angered by his stead fastness to principle, falsely accused him, and be was cast Into prison. Only God and himself knew of his Inno cences Ttfe Adversary had tnude cir cumstantial -evidence so strong that Joseph's guilt was unquestioned. Dreams of Butler and Baker. Joseph remained for years In prison, pr...

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 June 1913

r u SYNOPSIS. At the racs t ho of great automnbll an of the Mercury, .Imps dead. Strange volunteers, and li ae t during the twenty a Carlisle, whlrh he Ig neets Miss Carlisle on a iht to take walk, and anton and Miss Carlisle Accident by which 8tan- noroa. Btnntoi train. They t train leave, follow In auto ton la hurt la mysterious r loyd. at lunch with st . t es race. They have accl tirt, hut not seriously. At flu Stanton of his twin Stanton becomes very 111 Piousness. On recovery, at Ion receive Invitation and They go to theater togeth Mlsa Carlisle. and loset his hotel visits Jei er. and CHAPTER VIII (Continued). "Don't Ff-o or hear too much, and don't tell me If you do." advised Stan ton suddenly, and leaned forward. The Mercury uttered a vibrant roar that cleared the Parkway for & quarter of a mile ahead, and leaped. Floyd kept his eyes upon the road !n front, carefully avoiding view of the hubbub left In their wake. He had a fleeting glimpse of one scandalized offi cer stru...

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 June 1913

ft 1 F GROWING TREES FOR POSTS Moat Endurable Arc Black and Honey Loeuat and Hardy Catalpa Sat Clooa Together. Almoat erery Irrigated farm has ome small piece of land which can not readily be used for growing Held crops, out which might be suitable for growing enough fence posts to supply the farm in the future, says a Colo rado Bulletin. The most endurable timbers, naturally, among trees adapted to this region are the black and honey locust and the hardy cat alpa. The hardy catalpa, however, is grown at Its northernmost limit In most parts of this state north of Dea rer and Is liable to suffer from winter Injury, at least during the first few years. The most rapid growing trees for fence posts are the willows and the Carolina popular. Of the two the wil low la considered somewhat more dur able! The Carolina popular, however, Is capable of making such rapid growth that it will produce, under favorable conditions, three or -four posts In five years after planting. Its straight, singl...

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 June 1913

Texico New. By Walter A. Hurlbut. Oh, the rain, the bountiful rain! To nourish the growing grain. It comes in copious showers, one after the other, and now, lets watch things grow. H. J. Smith and wife, of Far well, are going to seek pleasure in a fishing expedition. They will leave Tuesday for Here ford where they will try their luck at catching the scaly beau ties. Rev. 0. T. Wattenbarger, the Congregational minister of Far well expects to move his family and goods to Hurley, tomorrow, (Wednesday) where he has been serving a church as its pastor. E. D. Garner, who was for merly a merchant of Texico, but now in business at Turkey, Texas, visited Texico on busi ness the past few days return ing to his home on Monday the 16th. The Methodist church of Texico are contemplating be ginn ing a series of revival ser vices next Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Rev. W. R. Evans, of Clovis, has been engaged to assist in the meetings. Come out and hear him, Mrs. G. W. Bell, of Texico, received a telegram...

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 June 1913

i 1 vo i K 1 Wh NO. CLOVIS. CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JUNE 26, 1913 $1.0 12. it Appointed. Af fa i" of American Bank in Safe Hands. C Dennis, manager of the Union Mortgage Company haa " been Appointed Assistant Bank ExamhW to take charge of the defunct American Bank & Trust Co., whtfchwas closed by order of the state Auditor as stated in 3t weed's issue of the News. Mr. DenW'sy is one of the most areful yid conservative ac- in the south-west, and shears of experience in (orti loans and -securities, b'intment (which practi unts to the same as Re sets with the approval L jpositors, stock-holders oncerned. The deposit rest assured that Mr. will get all out of the se possible and give them ! deal. Pris with lerjl. j. Moye, accom puty Thomas left 4th the four pris e sentenced to one e state pen at the the District court. oners were Gabe Beas rnard Beckham, Joe d Robert Zamora. to Fight on 16th. C1, June 25. -Carl 3aipa, Ok la., arriv 'rning to begin en round bout jyer, of Denver, e h...

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. — 26 June 1913

The Clovis News. A. K. CURHEN, Editor CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO Loafing as a steady Job seems to be Inculcated by this brand of weather. It la time to teach Towaer that all really fashionable dogs wear muzzles. You will have to do your own swat ting. The regular fly cops have other dutlea. Here's honing the home team can let all the goose eggs remain In cold storage While swatting the fly 'Us well to remember to coyer the sugar and but ter bowls. In the National league they are pausing the pennant hopes around for general Inspection. Monte Carlo Is reported to hare cleared nearly $40,000,000 last year So, what's the use? One complicated way of being un happy Is envying the man who has to worry about the Income tax. New Jersey has barred tho sharp tipped hatpin. Thus tt will be no Joke, even If the cops see the point. To the mind of the rough neck, there's no doubt that there Is more than one simp In Blmpllfled spelling. Yes, he's In again. The pest ap peared In our office yesterday with th...

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. — 26 June 1913

SIMPLICITY IS CHARM WKLL TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN ORDERING GRADUATION DRESS. The Mora Qlrlleh the Frock, the Bet tar Will the Wearer Appear, and There Are Many Material to Seleet From. Girlish simplicity la the correct thing In graduation frocks even the moat ambitious of graduates recog nises that fact But there are many versions of this simplicity, and it la attainable at varying prices and dif ferent degrees of elaboration. It la easy nnough to make a distinct ly girlish frock of sheer lingerie or bet or laoe and ohiffon coal 1G0 or 1200, if ona goea to a fashionable 8hadw Lace Over Foundation of Meeaallne. dressmaker for It and glvea carte blanche In matter? of handwork and real lace, and there are many girls In ultra smart boarding schools who have ordered frocks of this type. But the great host of girl graduates la by necessity limited to a less costly va riety of frock simplicity, and after all, the Indefinable charm attached to youth haa more to do with the success of a graduati...

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. — 26 June 1913

Royal Society Packages j T Hymeneal Martha L. McGregor and Samuel 0. Maddox, both of Clovis were united in marriage at the Catholic church, Saturday evening by Father Sixtius Kopp. Both Mr. Maddox and his bride arc well known in Clovis and have a host of friends who wish them unbounded joy. The New extends congratulations. Miss Ethel Sears and Mr. Oscar Todd were married Mon day, at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. Milton Reece ty ing the nuptial knot Mr. and Mrs. Todd will make their home on Mr. Todd's farm south of Clovis. May success and hap piness be their lot. Surprise for Company K. Mrs. F. C. Blumlein very pleasantly surprised the boys of Company K of the New Mexico National Guards at a "Tackey Party" given at the Amory building, Monday evening. When the boys returned to the Armory building after their practice drill, they were greet ed by a crowd of towns people, dressed in peculiar garb which provoked much amusement and laughter. Dancing was the amusement for the eveni...

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. — 26 June 1913

Texico News. By Walter A. Hurl but. Rev. W. H. Hurlbut, of Friona visited his brother Walter A. Hurlbut, of Texico, last Monday returning home the same day. A short time ago Rev, E. Franklin Cramer, the Methodist pastor of the M. E. church of Texico, accompanied by the writer, drove over to the Plain view school house which is lo cated about 6 miles South East from Farwell. As their Sun day school came before the preaching service, we had the pleasure of seeing a thriving Sunday School on the plains with Mr. Frank McElroy as its superintendent. Mr. McElroy, who is an efficient worker along this line, also had charge as teacher, of a class of small boys. Mr. Good taught a class of girls while Mr. Watkins in structed the Bible class. Aa the lesson was well prepared by both the instructors and the in structed. The services were interesting indeed. Then came the preaching services which were also interesting and we hope to be permitted to visit you again. Tne rain, oh the rain, it has c...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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