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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 24 July 1913

The Clovis News. A. I. CURREN, Editor CLOVIS. NHW MEXICO Now It 1b the "Individual drinking cup" for the horse! It la embarrassing to borrow money from deaf friend In a crowd. New York la to have plegs cars. The much-mallgned hobble skirt did It What will the government do with all the microbes It washes off the cur rency? Still, "refined boxing" la not likely to become a popular parlor entertain ment. Despite the old adage, some people have married at leisure and repented In haste. It Is natural that general optimism should Increase with the abundance of cherry pie. Let us quit railing at the motorcy cle. It ranks am6ng the utilities that have come to stay. Cautious owners of motor boats will take along a pair of oars and keep within eight of laad. Europe would be still more dis quieted If It had two baseball pen nants to worry about Will the government experts who are to Investigate the oyster beds be classed as chambermaids? Press dispatches say there Is a rev olution In Venezuel...

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. — 24 July 1913

Social Democracy. (By Sam Skidmore.) How can democracy be other than social democracy? How is democracy conceiv able that is not based upon the equal rights of all to make a living and the equal opportu nity of all to realize life's possi bilities? What sarcasm is this to talk about democracy in a land that is owned and dominated by oil kings, coal barons, railroad magnates and land lords? What can democracy mean in such an economic, industrial financial and commercial des potism? There was a time, and not so long ago. when the average American refused to have any anything to do with Socialism because it was a foreign impor tation" and not adapted to the "free institutions" of America. But we do not hear any more of that silly talk. Like conditions produce Hke results. West Virginia is not so very different from Siberia. Indeed, it is called "Little Russia," and not without cause. We rejoice that the common peoples of all nations are ceas ing to regard each other with suspicion and ...

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. — 24 July 1913

Local and Personal Warren Elliott left Sunday for Oklahoma. J. H. Barlow made a flying trip to Elida Tuesday. Miss Ethel Herby is risking friends in Roswell this week. No, you won't break the ma chine at the Clovis Studio. Come and test it anyway. J. W. McCarty made a flying triD to Amarillo this week re turning Wednesday. Dr. Swearingin left Thursday for Roswell after his usual trip to Clovis. Frank Conklin is enjoying a visit from his sister Mrs. Rus sell of Warren Ohio. O. J. Camradt who has been employed at the shops, left Thursday for Pampa, Texas. Mrs. Mina Alexon and three children of Gushing, Oklahoma are visiting Mrs. Alexon's mother, Mrs. Shipp. Sam Quails and family left Thursday for Electra, Texas to make that city their home. Bring the little folks to the Clovis Studio. We get them with a flash light every time. Rube Knight of Amarillo, Texas spent Sunday with his sister Miss Mary Knight. Miss Jean Walker who has been the guest of the Misses Hayden left Sunday for Carls...

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. — 24 July 1913

PLANTS OF FRAGRANCE Those Used for Volatile Oils Largely Scattered. Sassafras Bark Alto Quite Popular aa Oomeatlc "8prlna Medicine" Sweet Blreh Found In Many Of Eastern State. (By F. tlADAK.) Possibly the number of wild aro matic plants which are used In the manufacture of volatile olla exceeds that of those which are at present cul tivated. The extent of the production of the oils Is much less, chiefly be cause of the more or less scattered condition of these plants, and there fore the difficulty of gathering them In large quantities. Usually these 8assafras Leaves and Fruit. wild aromatic plants are distributed over wide areas confused largely with other volatile or nonvolatile species, thus causing the rapid collection of the plants to be seriously hindered. A specific example of an Important uncultivated plant which yields a volatile ot pf considerable value Is the sassafras tree. Sassafras oil was one of the first volatile oils distilled In America. The range of the tree is fro...

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. — 24 July 1913

The Clovis News The News Printing Company (Ir J. E. Curren. Editor. Arthur E. Curren, Manager. 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 Six Months 50 The folly of harboring a "red light" district in the heart of the city, within a block of the main business thoroughfare and practicelly adjoining the freight depot is just now being brought to the attention of the Clovis people by evangelist Rev. T. 0. Reese, who with his singer J. P. Scholfield ae couducting nightly revival meetings at the Baptist church. Mr. Reese is handling the sit uation "without gloves" as the saying is and his criticism of this public nuisance is timely and correct. If the bawdy house is a nec essary evil then why not locate it in some remote section or se cluded spot on the outskirts of the city and not where the fam ilies of respectable residents can see them daily. It is said that the denizens of the district are b...

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. — 24 July 1913

A THOROUGH EXAMINATION On Tuesday, July 22nd, the National Bank Examiner of this district made a complete examination of the resources and liabilities of this Bank, and he made the report to the Comp troller of Currency that "The Clovis National Bank is in per fectly sound and solvent condition." Our conservative methods and careful attention to details insures this condition ALWAYS. With twice the Cash and Sight Exchange that the law requires, this Bank invites the business of those who appreciate "PROTECTION,' ' The GLOVIS NATIONAL BANK "THE BANK THAT ACCOMODATES" - Five Years Ago in Clovis! (From Clovis News, July 3, 08.) Mrs. S. G. Von Almen spent last Thursday at the home of W. S. Winters. It was expected to run the P. V. passenjrer trains over this road the first of the month, but arrangements cannot be perfect ed for a few days, although a time card has been issued. Everything will be in readi ness fo all traffic to be run out of Clovis on both roads within ten days. Division...

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. — 24 July 1913

f LOT SYNOPSIS. At the beginning- of great automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury. Stanton' machine, drop dead. Ptrange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and la ac cepted. In the rest during the twenty four hour race Stanton meets a stranger. Miss Carllrle. who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he Ig nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk. ar.J train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Stan ton Is hurt Is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stnn ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comis to track Ick, but makes race. They have acci dent. Floyd hurt, but not seriously. At dinner Floyd tells Stanton of hli twin sister, Jessica. Stanton becomes very' H and loses consciousness. On recovery, r.t his hotel 8tanton receives Invitation and visits Jessica. They rh to theater tM:'iii cr, and meet Miss Carlisle. ...

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. — 24 July 1913

FEW ALFALFA FACTORS Under irrigation It Is Better to Sow With Nurse Crop. Whaat and Oati Ar Used Quite E tensivaty Because They Pay Beat, but Bartay Haa Been Found to Be Moet Excellent. I tHlmatio condlttona and other fao tors influencing the growth of alfalfa occasion so much difference between the humid regions of the east and the 1 arid districts of the west that the ame rules are not applicable In both caaea. This is noticeable to a consid erable degree In reeding alfalfa. Some of the most micesafnl alfalfa growers have found It beat to sow al falfa alone, although a nurre crop la frequently used even here. Under Ir rigation conditions It Is usually best to sow with a nurse crop. I Ttath the time and manner of planting are determined, cf courso, largely by altitude and by soil condi tions. If In an altitude over 6,000 feet, it la best to seed just as soon in the spring as danger from killing frost Is past. This plan prevails largely in northern Colorado, In the high areaa of the...

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. — 24 July 1913

Prof. Taylor Entertain Normal Students. The students and faculty of the Curry County summer nor mal were entertained at the country home of County Treas urer, John F. Taylor, three miles scuth of town Saturday night. The party consisted of eight auto loads besides an ex extra load for the Clovis orches tra. The beautiful country home of Professor Taylor was ar ranged for the occasion and the evening was pleasantly ppent with parlor games and amuse ments of various kinds. Miss Davis gave two select readings and Prof. Mersfelder amusing ly entertained with his "alight of hand" tricks. Music was furnished by Messrs. Croft, Paul and Huff and Miss Neva Odom. No little amount of fun was manifested in the serving of red lemonade and red stick candy. It was a jolly party of young people and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were voted ideal -host and hostess. Old Fashioned Barbecue. An old fashioned barbecue dinner was given by Ab Daniels at his ranch three miles South of town Sunday which was en joyed b...

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. — 31 July 1913

NO. 17. CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, JULY 31. 1913. $1.00 PER YEAR I s MATERIAL BEING UNLOADED FOR THE SANTA FE HOSPITAL Big Structure Costing $50,000.00 Is Now in the Course of Construction. It is observed that the mate- ial it now being unloaded in large quantities for the con struction of - the big Santa Fe hospital being built on the Lie- belt Addition. Piles of rock were unloaded Tuesday and W. H. Seeley who is superintendent of construction for the C. A. Fellows Construction Company says that work will be rushed to a Anal completion as soon as possible. The main hospital building will be 60x130 feet in dimensions and will cost over $50,000. It will be a three story pressed brick and will be peb ble dashed which will make it harmonize in appearence with the other Santa Fe buildings. There will be a large east front porch with large verandas for the convenience of convalesc ents on the south side of the building, the floors will be con crete and pulp, making them noiseless....

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. — 31 July 1913

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS PROFIT IN ASPARAGUS One of Most Remarkable Vege tables Grown for Market. Ability to Stand Annual Attacks Upon Its Resource Depend Upon Re spite Granted During July and August. (By M. ROBERTS CONOVER Asparagus la one of the moat re markable of vegetables grown for the market In that It endures over two. m inths of steady drain by dally cut tings and yet the bed la a source of profit to Its owner for a number of years. Its ability to stand these annual at tacks upon its resources, however, la not miraculous, but depends upon its respite during July and August. During these warm months with the right amount of moisture and plant food the roots regain what Is lost and for the first few yeara a well grown bed more than makes up the loss Its yield being on the increase from year to year. Attacks of disease, a prolonged period of cutting, dry weather, or any condition which deprives the plants of this season of growth lessens the subsequent productiveness of the be...

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. — 31 July 1913

CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO, NEWS HUMAN INTEREST SIDE OF REUNION AT GETTYSBURG Tli observance of the fiftieth an niversary of the battle of Gettysburg wu replete with Interesting incidents nd prolific of tales both humorous tvad pathetic. The gathering from all parts of the country of the survivors of the blue and the gray on the bat tlefield ol the greatest contest of the Civil war was sure to abound In touch ing scenes and Incidents. The limits of newspaper space will only permit of telling a few of the best of them. One of the oldest veterans In the big camp Is Captain W. H. Flelg of Houston, Texas, who was ninety years of age on his last birthday, February 31. During the war he served with distinction In the marine department of the confederate nary. Captain Flelg Is one of the best preserved men In camp and Is more active than many of the other veterans a score of years leas advanced. grandson of Francis Scott Key, composer of "The Star-Spangled Ban Mr," la here. He Is John Francis Key,...

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. — 31 July 1913

The Clovis News The News Printing Company (Incorporated) J. E. Curren, Editor. Arthur E. Curren, Manager. Entered at the post office at Clovis, N. M. as second class matter under the act of March 3, 1879. office and have no political ax to grind we are simply defending ourselt and the public in general from. the false and malicious at tacks of a pre-concocted bunch of cheap one-horse would-be office-grabbing pap hunting poli ticians. Whose records for character blackening and boot blacking before they came to New Mexico may yet come to light. Let the carpet-bag editors await their turn and do some thing for their party before giv en all the spoils of victory. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months 60 A Defense in Behalf of the People and .the Pioneer Democratic Press of New Mexico. The News has long realized that any fight in behalf of the public or the "dear people" as a financial effort is a difficult propo sitionbut having a public news paper whose "duty" it is to not on...

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. — 31 July 1913

Local and P ersonal Mrs. Mary Deemer left Sat urday for Deming. Paul Mersfelder is having a neat rive room bungalow built in East Ciovis. The Barry Hardware Store received another car of Ford automobiles this week. Mrs. Ashcraft and son are visiting friends in Denver this week. Miss Ethel Herby. who is vis iting friends in Elida, is expect ed home the latter part of the week. Mrs. A. E. Smith returned Saturday from an extended visit with friends and relatives in Arkansas. Mrs. J. E. Lidengton and daughter Geneva, arrived Sat urday from a couple month' visit in California. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Davis returned Saturday morning from an extended visit in the East. Mrs. Ida Nooner left Monday for Portland, Oregon, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Gholson. Mrs. S. B. Tucker and daugh ter of Roswell. arrived Monday to visit Mrs. T. J. Linley. Position Wanted. On ranch by a young lady as governrss, companion, or practical nurse. Mrs. Otis Jones and Miss Ma bel Pierson spent Saturday af ...

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. — 31 July 1913

Million Acres to Be Thrown Open in Washington. Spokane, Wash. One million acres of land will be open lo en tries by white settlers when the Golville Indian reservation, fifty miles northeast of Spokane, is thrown open to settlement not later than July 1915, under act of congress. Of this amount a recent in vestigation shows that about 300,000 acses may be clasified as agricultural land, providing no timber reserve is established. The reservation contains 1,313,280 acres, and assuming that the resident Indian popula tion will acquire 2,500 allot ments of 160 acres each there will remain 913,280 acres to be classified appraised and sold at not less than $1. 25 per acre to bona fide settlers, as provided in the act of congress of March 22, 1906. James R. Sovereign, a resi dent of Keller, Wash., has made a careful study of the reserva tion. He says that out of the one million acres to be thrown open 300,000 is agricultural land and the rest may be classified as mineral and grazing. The ...

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. — 31 July 1913

o Certificate of Comparison. United States of America, I s State of New Mexico I It Is Hereby Certified, that the annexed is a full, true and complete transcript of the Certificate of Incorporation of W. I. LUIKART AND COM PANY. (No. 7618.) with the endorsements thereon, as same appears on file and of record in the office of the State Corporation Commission. In Testimony Whereof, the Chairman and Clerk of said Commission have hereunto set their hands and affixed the seal of said Commission, at the city of Santa Fe on this twenty fourth day of July A. D 1913, Hugh H. Williams, Chairman. Attest: Edwin T. Coar. Clerk. , (Seal) JHm: Articles of Incorporation of W. I. T UIKART AND COM PANY State of New Mexico) County of Curry ) We. the undersigned citizens of the United States and citizens of the respective states herein after named, being desirous of forming a private corporation under and by authority of the laws of the State of New Mexico, hereby asociate ourselves and have made, sign...

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. — 31 July 1913

Inside Light on County Ex penditures. The following facts and fig ures prepared by one of our county officials, and given the News for publication gives some interesting data on the manner of the expenditure of public funds by the board of County Commissioners: Mr. Elder, Chairman of the Board o County Commissioners tells the people through his little ''besmirching machine" at St. Vrain about the board of County Commissioners turning down bills in the sum of $500 for sud plies bought by Mr. Await, that was ordered unbeknown and without the authority of the Board. Now, it is a well known fact that all of the county officers had been buying such supplies as they needed ever since they have been in office, and the Commis sioners had been paying and did pay for everything purchased with the exception ' of the ac counts turned down at the April meeting. Mr. Elder does not tell you that among the bills turned down by them for essentials purchased by Mr. Await were something tike $300 wort...

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. — 31 July 1913

Mr. A. G. Wither Entertain. Mrs. A. G. Wither was host ess at an 8:00 o'clock dinner party, Thursday evening com plimentary to Misses Lee and Zura Hay den, who recently re turned home from a visit in Silver City. Covers were laid for fourteen in the pretty dining room. . The table was beautifully and artistically decorated in sweet peas, carnations, american beauty roses and smilax. And from the four corners of the table to the ceiling and encir cling the lights above were streamers of smilax intertwined with tiny flowers. Place cards were of green, written in white and decorated with sweet peas. After supper, attention was turned to Forty-Two and Whist. Those present were, Misses Lee and Zura Hayden, Hettie Lee Fitzhugh. Dottie Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradfield, Mr. and Mrs. Map Bradfield, Mrs. Hayden; Messrs. Roy Mc Millan, Wm. Duckworth and Ivan Bridges. In Honor of Miss Buchanhal. Mrs. Herbert Brown enter tained several young ladies at her home Thursday in honor of her sister...

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. — 31 July 1913

CL0VI8, NEW MEXICO, NEWS f asa-tB mBH HushrAons 8YNOP8I8. At the beginning of grpnt automobile rac the mechanician of the Mercury, Btanton's machine, Jropa dead. Strange youth, Jeaae Floyd, volunteer, and la ac cepted. In tho reat during the twenty four hour race Stanton meet a atranKer, Mlaa Carlisle, who Introducea heraelf. The Mercury wlna race. Stanton receives flower from Mlaa Carlisle, wljlch healg nores. Stanton meeta Mis Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Mlaa Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Stan ton ta hurt Is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of hla boyhood. Stan ton again meeta Mlaa Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton cornea to track sick, but makes race. They have acci dent. Floyd hurt, but not aerlously. At dinner Floyd tells Stanton of hla twin later, Jessica. Stanton becomes very 111 and loses consciousness. On recovery, at 1ils hotel Stanton receives Invitation and vlelte Jessica. They go to thea...

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. — 31 July 1913

C L O V f S, NEW ME GIVE THOUGHT TO GARNISHING lummir Saladt Appetltlno or the Re vert, According to How This Detail la Attended To. Salad arranged In a border of hard boiled eggs, pickled beeta, cold Willed carrot and allcea of potato cut In fancy forma hearta and circle and ring and triangles are too ornate to be tn good taste. But the ungarnlahed dlah la almost aa unappetising. Hummer garnishes should always he fresh, crisp and dainty. Watercress, fresh parsley, lettuce heart leaves, ca pers and small radishes, crisp and cold, all form appropriate and appetis ing garnishes for meat, fish and vege table dishes. Another way of garnishing is by combining two dishes. For Instance, if hashed brown potatoes are to be served with bash of lamb and pep pers, place the meat hash tn the cen ter of the dish and arrange the pota toes neatly about It Created fish can be piled In the center of the plat ter, creamy mashed potatoes can be arranged about it, and the whole can be browned in the ove...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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