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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 1 February 1912

ONE STOOL OF WHEAT Astonishing Range of Root Sys tem of Dry Farmed Product. Proper 8ytem of 8ummr Fallowlnfl f Rotation of Crops, Together With Thorough Plowing Conserve Much Moisture. ny ED. h. WATflOtf, Director I'arrnlnir Hxperlmvntn for St Wyoming-.! The accompanying lllimhatir fPRente a dingle stool of Turki Winter Wheat secuiwl ileal Wyo., under the direction of tl "niing dry farm board. A treuc " "t long, four feet wide and oIk "pep was dug one and onc-hn from the plant. By means of fcpray of water from a force pn soil was washed away from -the s. which as far as possibl nrrserved. There were more t Dry of of them in num ber, and they all penetrated the soli to gravel whlrh lay six feet beneath the sur face. Kach single root was provided wlih aa enormous sys tem of rootlets ranging from one to six Inches In length, with a gen eral average of about three Inches, and spaced along the main root about one fourth of an Inch apart. It would be a conservative es tlmatt to say that 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. — 1 February 1912

'" . juui The Clovis News w CURREN CURREN. Editor. - PUBI.I One Year Six Months $1 Territory of New Mexico, Office of the Secretary. CERTIFICATE OP COMPARCSON. I, NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for record in this office at Nine o'clock A. M.. on the Sec ond day of January, A. I). 1912; ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of THE UNION MORTGAGE COMPANY, Number 7041.. and also, that I have compared the following copy of the same, with the original thereof now on file, and declare it to be a correct transcript there from and of the whole thereof. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of San ta Fe, the Capital, on this Sec ond day of January, A. D. 1912. NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary of New Mexico. seal articles of incorporation Of THE UNION MORTGAGK COMPANY. Territory of New Mexico County of Curry I We, the undersigned citizens of the United States and citizens of the respective states hereinaf ...

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. — 1 February 1912

resbyterian Church. Sunday School at 10 A. M. Preaching at 11 A. M. A good congregational singing and the choir to lead and a book in the hanfl of every one is our motto. Evening service at 7:30. This service will be in charge of the young people in connection with young people of the Christian church, meeting to be held at Presbyterian chyrch. See special program elsewhere. Prayer meeting on Wednesday night and choir practice Friday night at 7 o'clock. A most cor dial invitation to all to attend the services at the church. S. H. Jones, pastor. Christian Endeavor Day will be observed in a unien meeting of the societies of the Presbyte rian and First Christian church es of Clovis, at the Presbyterian church 7:30, Sunday evening. Feb. 3. The following program will be rendered: Song Congregation. Prayer Anthem Presbyterian Choir. nture Reading, Miss Grigsby. mM. It. Mesdames justice anu nu- chenhull. Objects and aims of Christian Endeavor, Prof. V. L. Griffin. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Greetham...

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. — 1 February 1912

About Homestead Laws. Curing of Laches, Presumption. Legal In Frank A. Norton vs. Philip Cases (serial 01000, Chamber lain, South Dakota), the Interior Department held under date of Jauuary 26, 1910, that laches might be cured six years after entery. Entry was made Dec. 4, 1902. and contest for abandon ment filed November 28, 1908, "but notice was not served upon defendant until December 4, 1908' when he was at breakfast with his wife upon the land. It ap pears, therefore, that notice of contest v. as not served upon the defendant until he had cured his laches by continuous residence upon the land for a period of at least three months prior to ser vice of notice of said contest. There was still sufficient time left within which defendant could submit commutation proof and it appears he has made ap plication to submit such proof. There was no attempt to show that defendant went upon his land with any knowledge of said contest, and in the absence of such showing it must be pre sumed t...

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. — 1 February 1912

Notice to Homesteaders. Compare your proof notice with your papers. Look them over each wrek, an type some times drops out. We'rs careful as wo ran be, hut four eyes are better than two Ofcnure'ho serial number will he new. you muft trust us for that Notic Joseph A. MH'orml John V Stanford. William E. Rood of Bl Arthi rCormick, r. N. M. Notice For Publication Nan cnsl land, irtmrnt of the Interior Unltsfl Stnts Inrul at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, Dec John S who on irthewtt quarter seetlon 10 njre 8T oast. New Mexico as Aled notice of Intention ta proof, to establish claim rlbed before Wm. J. Curren nlaeloner at his office in on the 5th day of February Wallor B Adair. of C June 20. It aerial No. 0581 township I nor prlnolpal merit' to make final c to the land alxiv United State Clovis, New M 1912 Claimant namea as witness ea: WillL.m P. Curtis. Homor H. Hal Cramer, John T. Curtis, all of Clovis, N M Arthur E. Curren. J4-fH Reg-later. Notice of Contest. Serial No. 0MT7. Con tee t 9OT. D...

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. — 1 February 1912

HAS COMPLETED ITS REPORT ON THE WOOL TARIFF UT BLUING. 'D GROCERS. Lies. ; If there really Ves Indeed. A offhand ars the and stre Ins, and - fj !: f; i JHMtJMflHI fP '. BsssaHBasssHl any price. It J "'Zfl ' "ie u'r' Bjfci MjjBj nirfh. Ignorance the Joy of learn- Use thick cram nnd maple sirup for KtHH sMJfcSsl following: If the glory of salvation. sauce. WINTER BREAKFASTS. There are those who will say that they want an egg. a piece of toast or two, a slice of bacon and a cup of cof fee, without variation, throughout the cold months. The breakfast table should never be no fixed In Idea that one may not. look for a little change In some families the buckwheat cake Is In constant demand from December until Apr'l. The luickwhest cake Is a perfectly good cake, but we all know when we have enough. To most cooks and housekeepers the breakfast. If any variety and study ts put Into Its menus. Is the most difficult of the day. for appetites are at the lowest ebb and need to be coaxed by appet...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 1 February 1912

QIwLovb ivSXuihorofWHBN SYNOPSIS. The at a i Las Im flernt start the llr IMI fieer a I.a1y of th Nor eees 'Oioitpr In a !" dark a huge The girl shoots The owner of th Ma wife appear horsemen appro nan claiming; to proves to be Ml cffiior whom thi He orders the ar nd he la brougl th rcatena him w Veals the secret t Edith Brennan t "rennan He la who start to Wayne In dWula room, benea'h v if by l who ian, a Federal rirl recognises, fayne as a spy flnrrldan who nifay. while prisoned Mir lnor and bwrolv eacnne S -d Edith Brennan. rmoitr ays she will save him Be through the lines, they are Brennan. who Is knocked se blddlnv Edith adieu Way daah for liberty. He'er.coui hay reach the T,e camp with reinforcements to Join ronfronter By nseless. Then, ne makea a iters Bungay; and are aent Early. CHAPTER XXI. Continued. With the ardor of young manhood I looked forward to the coming battle, when I knew the mighty armies of North and South would once again contest for the fertile Shenandoah. It ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 1 February 1912

1 A Message To You I i ABOUT WHITE EDODS. ETC. Grumblers about business being quiet can't stay in our store for we never listen to this tale of woe. We Veep busy making business good. It's now time for you to get busy making up your spring dresses, waists and muslin underwear. February is the White Goods month in this country, not January. We are knock ing at your door with a message to you to remind you of our ready February offer in White Goods, Ging hams, etc. We are daily receiving white goods and our spring wool and fancy colored wash goods and such like combined with our white sale. We offer anything else in the dry goods line in shoes, hats, notions, clothing, shirts, trunks, suit cases, etc. We reserve nothing, it's all for sale. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, FOR ONE WEEK YOU WILL FIND IT HERE CLOSING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. Ladies Ready to Wear Skirts and Dresses We have 50 Voil Skirts liaiiRinK in Price from $6.00 to $15.00, they are the only skirts for spring Because you can shake...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 1 February 1912

'''-'"'..''':. Notice for Publication .rtmmtoftha Interior. 11. S. lniul ofll Arthur K. Currnn. Roormlor For Publication i conl Inml. Nni ire ! hrrrby willow (f John S. who. on July 2, 1901 fnr Norths,! n 21. Mrr- M iilian, linn filed notice of Intention to.makn com mutation proof, to i-ntnhllsh claim to the land above ilencrfhed. before A. I.. Await, Irolte Clerk. Curry County, in his office, at Clovis, New M. mi-.), on the 3rd day of April, 112. Claimant name-as VV Uneaaea: Chester C. Mc John R. Dunlap Walter P. Greenfield, allof lllm-ktower. N. M. Frank A.Weathoffof Haven- r, N. M, Aj thin E. Currcn. Tlctriatcr. Notice for Publication Non-Coal T,and. Department of the Interior. U.S. Land OlTice a. Fort Bvmnar, N. M . February ill. 11)12. Notice is herchy iriven that Elirar O. Whips, i . r ih- heirs of Joint Whips, deceased, of Met rone. New Mexico who. on January?. 10117, made Homestead Entry. No. (I209S. forSbuth-east quar- t i r (8K1-0 Section 6. Township north. Rawre 3 East, N...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 1 February 1912

The Clovis News k-!- ' : W. J. CURREN. Editor. A. L. CURREN, - - Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OneYwr $1.00 Six Months 50 Suggest Mabry Start New Custom The question has been asked by numerous persons this week if it would not be a just and fair proposition to put Mr. Mabry the same proposition he has of fered to suggest to the city council that of resigning, and ascertain from a new election whether or not the people really want him? He might start the ball to rolling and thereby de rive considerable distinction as the originator of a ready pro gressive custom. Despite the fact that the cus tom of retaining a portion of the various boards, and councils in order that the members thereof .hould previous to their incum bency have some knowledge of working order of things, has ex isted from time immemorial and is as popular now as ever. The Journal man proposes that we oust the whole lot of city coun cilman and put in a fresh bunch of raw material. Clovis Should Plant Trees This is ...

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. — 15 February 1912

County Cleric (file cop?) The Clovis News AND TEXICO TRUMPET VOL. 5 NO. 45 CLOVIS. STATE OF NEW MEXICO FEBRUARY 16, 1912 91.00 Per Year VVinters-Pappan Bout Draws Large Crowd. The Winters-Papan bout at the Lyceum Theater last Fiiday night drew one of the largest crowds ever assembled in that building. The door receipts am un ted to something like $427, the receipts were divided 40 and 60 per cent. Winters received as his share about $202. while Pappan got $185. The exhibition met the favor of ne rly every one attending and it is safe to say no one left the building with the impression jtt.t it was "a frame Up." As "Pboxing bout it gave satisfac tion. The bout was a snappy one from the start, each man be lieving himself to be a shade better than his opponent. Only once in the 2nd round did it ap pear as though the Indian had a chance, when he handed W 'iters it right and left simeltaneously at will. Winters terrific right swing proved the "bug bear" which eventually decided the conte...

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. — 15 February 1912

PICTURE IN CAPITOL SLASHED BY VANDAL Th ran man who Paradise might go iV asked i, "during didn't do at the ai In his face Had tc An oHI "Wh "Voi Peter, first n the hi onBiitution. gave as his tree ! known by its fruit, ai Impossible to shake de po "Yon don't even know the e of golf to keep your eye on BBBBBBBL a e I XT f ni7 """V The Dog Is this a free concert? The Cat (pausing la his contented tonologue) No, I get so much pur. Dissatisfaction. "So you were given an interest In High Aim. I taker will be sorry. "- o to live that even the under--Mark Twain. His Exact Sort. "What kind of a glass did Ophelia consider Ham loug as she called him Loi I Huppose she considered 1 fashion ?" "As Hamlet, . a peer "but I made a mistake I f had less worry as a reg than as a minority stocl is youth; epting it employe Before ths Scrap. "Why are you rushing around so to day?" "I'm trying to get something for my wife. "Had any offers?" Iou'svllle Courier-Journal. THK recent slashing of the large pain...

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. — 15 February 1912

7 u WTxrrnsFS I II fitfaiJk v n LJ rYY a N KA8 Y thing U Fow dl- To tiiuiiK I Hut when t M gift of thine; in to this. HOUSEHOLD SANITATION. W hear much of the dust enemy and we should hear and heed the re peated warnings given na In regard to the evils of dust. The children in our schools today wilt know much bet ter how to keep clean, sanitary houses than did our grandmothers, providing they follow the teaching. A grain of dust- loo small to be noticed by the unaided eye may be the abode of hundreds, of microbes which can cause us trouble. The vacuum clean er Is doing good work to wipe out dust and keep us free from sunn ex posure to disease, but where one may have the advantage of a cleaner hun dreds of thousands are obliged to wield the broom and dustcloth. When sweeping. It Is beat to have a damp broom and something like dampened paper or lea leaves to keep the dust from flying. One can by a little planning keep and dry the tea leaves, moistening them as needed. In sweeping a ca...

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. — 15 February 1912

The Clovis News W. J A. L iDlTOR. Pttbi.ishrr TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Six Months .50 mm " " " 1 State of New Mexico, Office of the State Corpor ation Commission. ''RTIFICATE OP COMPARISON I georok w. armijo, Clerk of the State Corporation Commis sion of the sfate of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for retrA'd in this office at TjWl o'clock A.' "M. on the Third day of February, A. D. 1912. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of tht MANSFIELD-CLAIBORNE COMPANY. Number 7069., and also, that I have compared the following copy of the same, with the original thereof now on file, and declare it to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whola thereof. In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the 3eal of said 'Commission, at the City of Santa 'Fe, the Cap ital on this: Third day of Feb ruary, A. D. 1912. GEO. W. ARMIJO, Clerk, State Corporation Commission -of New Mexico. sealI articles of incorporation of- the MANSFIELD-CLAIBORNE COMPANY WE, THE UNDERSIGNED,...

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. — 15 February 1912

Offical Acts Performed by U.S. Commissioners arc Valid. The impression now existing that the admission of the state to the Union had operated to ef fect the abolition of the Office of U. S. Commissioner is a wrong one. The office of U. S. Commis sioner has been in no way af fected by the admission of the state and official acts performed by such Commissioners are as valid now as they were at any time in the past. Notice to Homesteaders. Compare your proof notice with your papers. Look them over each week, as type some times drops out. We're careful as we can be, but four eyes arp better than two. Of course the serial number will bfi new, you must trust us for that. Notice for Publication Non-Coal Land. Departmontof th Interior. U.S. Land Office at Fort Sumnor. N. M February 10. 1912. Notice la hereby given that Edfsr 0. Whips, for the heira of John Whips, deceased, of Mel roae. New Mexico who. on January 7. 1907, made Homestead Entry. No 0209B for South-past quar ter (SKI-1) Section...

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. — 15 February 1912

TO RETAIN MOISTURE Question of Conservation Is of Prime Importance. Cultivation Not Only Aids by Prevent ing Evaporation But Also Keeps Broken Surface That Catena Snow and Rain. Agricultural college men tall ui that It takes 45 tons of water to grow a bushel of wheat. Thirty bushels will use twelve luches In depth over an acre of land. For very obvious rea sons, a twelve-Inch rainfall would not be enough moisture to mature a 30 bushel crop If there were not some moisture already In the ground. Du ring the hot and windy days of sum mer evaporation might amount to three Inches or more in a week. If no means were used to prevent It At this rate the whole year's precipita tion might be lost In a month or two. At the very beat, some of the soil moisture Is bound to be lost through evaporation, a rainfall of, say, twenty Inches, during the year does not guar antee that the crop will have that amount upon which to grow. Plow, harrow, and pack as we may, the air will pick up a good deal of ...

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. — 15 February 1912

A flood Turn Oeorgs Ade. with the gentle cynlr dam of the confirmed bachelor, was talking In New York about New Year resolutions. "Every wits," he said, "loves to see her husband turn over for her sake a new leaf In his check-book." MYiLADY "YheXovE Story or A Gray Jacket f c 8YNOP8IS. The torr opens In a Confederate tant (t a critical tufa of tha Civil War (Jan. Imparts to Capt. Wayna an Important missRKt to Longstreet. AccomDanieu: by g'rt. Craig, an old armv scout Wavne starts on his mission Thrv irat within the lines of the enemy and Tin tha dark ness Wayne Is taken for a Federal of fice! and a young- ladv on horaehack is elver. In his charVe. 3he la a northern flrl and attnmots to r.n. nn. t th horses eurcumbe and C with the dispatches wh I.ady of the North art aeek shelter In a hut the dark a huge mast The Rlrl shoots the b The owner of the hut his wife nppear and ' horsemen approach. 'I man claiming to be He proves to be Mai. Bi officer whom the Unl He orders the arrest o and...

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. — 15 February 1912

The Things Which Indicate Most pronouncedly (he ability and dispo sition of a Bank to ho of service, are: courtesy, willingness, promptness, and reasonable exactions. AH of these qualifications the growing customer ap predates. "Speaking for ourselves." We do not jeopardise your interests by political indulgence and we have never found it necessary to go outside of the Banking Business to make The Glovis National Bank "The Bank That Accommodates' Local Notes Q V. STEED Undertaker & Embalmer Manager Clovis Cemetery Day Phone 14. Night Phone 38. Davidson's Transfer Co. HAS CHANGED, Call 85 or E. T. Jernigan & Co. Jewelry Store Instead of 3ol. When You Want a Transfer Call us Postoffice Box 544 Clovis, New Mexico Clovis Woman's Club Protests. Believing that the women of a community are largely respon sible for the moral tone of that community, the Clovis Woman's Club enters public protest against exhibitions of the class that has benn of such notoriety Kansas City Land Show Feb...

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. — 22 February 1912

wvuuiy lMftfa U- cos J The Clovis News AND TEXICO TRUMPET VOL. 3 NO. IB TATE OF NEW Reported Pope and Davis Have Been Elected Santa Pe. N. M.. Feb. 20. - A private message received here i late this evening is to the effect that the nomination of Judge W. H. Pope as district judge and of Stephen B. Davis Jr., as United States district attorney, has been unanimously confirmed by the senate in executive ses sion. Morning Journai. W. C. T. U. The W. C. T. U. met at the 200 de- one of Mrs. Swearirurton. orth Wrencher St., for a votional meeting. At the close of the business meeting, delic ious refreshments were served consisting of coffee, pickles, cake, fruit salad daintily encased in lettuce, whipped cream and cherries. Those present were: Miss Mary Knight, Pres.; Mrs. S. C. Nutter; Mrs. Calloway; Mrs. Claud Downing: Mrs. Moore; Mrs. K. C. Childers; Mrs. J. V. Rice; Mrs. Turrentine; Mrs. J. W. Stewart; Mrc. J. A. Lau- er; Mrs. Hardaker. The visit ing members were Mrs. T. J. Evans and M...

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. — 22 February 1912

THE HOME LIFE OF THE SETTLER WE8TERN CANADA AFFORDS ALL THE COMFORTS AND MANY OF THE LUXURIES. young ladr of Wisconsin secured certificate at the Milwaukee office of the Canadian Government, and on presenting this to the ticket agent ot the railway at the Canadian boundary Une she secured a ticket at a reduced rate which carried her to Edmonton, Alberta, from which point, about for ty miles, she had frlendB. This was a couple of years ago, and the young lady is now married to one of t no promising young farmers of the dis trict. In writing of her trip to the Mil waukee representatives of the Cana dian Government she says: "I enjoyed my trip up here very much, and ex pect to go qut to our homestead in the Pembina district next spring." To the housewife the Information that she has "put -up twelve quarts of rasp berries" Is important, as they "picked them themselves," and they might have picked ten times the quantity '.f they had required them, for there la no country where wild fruit...

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