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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 September 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. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 More Printing Graft. Several weeks ago the News was instructed by the deputy district court clerk to bid on printing certain court blanks copies of which were furnished for that purpose. We submit ted a bid of about $90.00 where as, the bid of the Clovis Journal was about $135.00, but notwith standing our bid was much less purchasing agent Doughton of the board of County Commis sioners gave the work to the Journal. The clerk mentioned says that he advised the District Judge that about $30.00 could be saved in the transaction, but was in formed by the court that it was a matter entirely left to the dis cretion of the County Commis sioner. Again some people may wond er why the county funds are de pleted. Quien sabe? ! By way of illus...

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. — 4 September 1913

When the Engines Are Rushing to answer your alarm of fire is too late to think of insur ance. And no matter how quick their arrival, how ef fective their work, your loss is'bound to be more than the cost of insuring. Get Insured Before the Fire occurs. Be wise and stop in today and direct us to get you out a policy. This is the day before the fire. To-morrow may be the day after. YOU NEED THE BEST FIRE INSURANCE YOU CAN BUY. -SEE- Fleming Insurance Agency 105 W. Otero St. Clovis, N. M. Notice of Suit. In the District Court of Curry County, New Mexico. Louise Munther, Plaintiff, I vs. I Edward L. Munther, Deft. I No. 660. To the Defendant Edward L. Munther: You are hereby notified that a suit has been filed against you in the District Court of Curry County, New Mexico, wherein Louise Munther is plaintiff and Edward L. Munther is "defend ant, and numbered 660 on the DoSket of said court. You are further notified that the general objects of said suit are to secure a decree of divorce d...

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. — 4 September 1913

CL0VI8, NBW MEXICO, MBWS ID H BUILDER Mr. William A. Radford will utwer questions and lve advice FRBUC OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the aubject of building, for the reader of thla paper. On account of hla wide experience aa Editor, Author and Manufacturer, ha la. without doubt, the highest authority on all theaa subjects. Address all Inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 178 West Jackson boulevard. Chicago, III., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. An eight room, full two-story house, with a splendid cellar and a good at tic, la what every large family needa. There are a great many different atylea of eight roomed houses. Right rooms seem to be about the size re quired by business men in the small er towna and country placea. A great many farmers are now building new houses. Farmers have been prosperous of late, and they are using considerable money in building. This house is about as large aa necessary on the average farm. It la about as large as a furnace will heat ...

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. — 4 September 1913

CLOVI8, NEW MEXICO, NEWS WORTH GIVING A TRIAL SOME APPROVED METHODS Of COOKING VEGETABLES. "Carrota PouUtte" Naw Way of arvlnfl an Old Favorite Stuffed Cabbage Makaa Rich Dish Re cipe for" Muehroom Pie. Carrots Poulette Wash and scrap the required number of carrota. place them In a bowl of boiling water to acald. Take them out, drain, slice and put them Into a saucepan of boiling water with a little butter In It and boll until done and quit tender. Put a little flour and butter Into a frying pan, cook for a few minute, sprinkle ia salt and pepper to taste, and add a little lemon juice, tba yolka of two eggs and some rich stock. Place tba carrots in this and tosa over a Ore so as to cook without boiling. Turn the whole on to a warmed dish and serve at onoe. Stuffed Cabbage Procure a large bead of cabbage, boll it, but remove from the Are before it is quite done. carefully Uke out the middle and fill the cavity with a mixture of a table spoonful of minced suet, two table spoonfuls of ...

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. — 4 September 1913

Clovis Woman Club Give Musicale. The member of the Clovis Woman's Club entertained about fifty invited guests at a musicale at the Elk Home, last Friday afternoon, which was tastefully decorated for the oc casion with simple summer blossoms and the hours spent within its doors will long be remembered with pleasure by those in attendance. As the guests arrived they were ushered to the punch bowl which was presided over by Mrs. A. E. Smith where thev were refreshed with de licious punch. Ihe following program of music and readings was ar ranged by Mrs. A. W. Hocken hull and many guests expressed their surprise and delight- at the amount of musical talent displayed among members of the club: Piano Duet. "Charge of the Hussars." Spindler Mesdames Hockenhull and Mersfelder. Piano Solo Miss Wilson. Reading, "Daddy" Lemon Miss Mabelle Davis. Vocal Solo. "Mine" Mrs. Skidmore. Piano Solo, Miss Curren Ladies Quartette, "Angels of Eventide" Martin Mesdames Roose, Winters, Hockenhull, Miss Wint...

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. — 4 September 1913

RdoKir. "f strfll no k Jnj Oa." OMaB3rt MEN OF DESTINY. Exodus pv!H 'aSi 27- "Blasted art (ftery faaf mourn: for Ike sasH t ooMforM."-JrIMi .. Jk "T APOLBON wu styled man IV of destiny, find surely many J thing connected with hla ex- perteoces look as though the Lord bad something to do with him. This does not signify that be was a errant of God far from It! But It signifies that OiTlne Wisdom can al ways overrule the wrath of man to serve Him, and the remainder re strain, thus caus ing all things to work out' the Di vine purpose. With the eye of faith Bible Stu dents can see many ways in which Napoleon's campaigns work ed changes which undoubtedly had to do with the world's progress during the past century. The Pharaoh of the Exodus was also a man of destiny. We have the Divine assurance of that fact: "For this cause have I raised thee up. for to show in thee My Power; and that My name might be declared throughout the earth." (Exodus 9:16.) St Paul de clares that God hardened this ...

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. — 4 September 1913

I Local dp an ersonal Judge Geo. L. Reece, of Por tales. wag in Clovis on legal business Tuesday. Mr. Gran, of Grady, appeared before the court and was grant ed his naturalization papers. Mayor E. R, Hart went to Yeso on business Monday. He will return Saturday. W. 0. Oldham, of Portales. who is interested in Glovis National Bank securities was a visitor in the city, Tuesday. Mr. Dendinger, of Fort Worth, Texas, who is one of the largest horse dealers in America was a Clovis visitor, Tuesday. A report from Dr. J. Foster Scott, Jr. is to the effect that the doctor is hunting big game in the mountains and endeavor ing to regain his health. Stanfield & Gryder of the Clovis Feed Store are now ready to fill your order for Groceries Hay, or Feed. Phone 43. tf. Harvey and Morris, the popu lar grocers, have arranged some very attractive show windows. The decorative genius of 'J. R. Walker is responsible for one of the fancy displays. District Court is in session this week with Judge Gra...

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. — 4 September 1913

oai I m in- kx collect- prohibit- ig a large owned by lpaid taxes, inpr that an ras put on i the tax- should not Reynolds of the injunc- IbleOct. 5th will decide Tction shall be or dissolved. suit comes up 1a county, where Iwas trying to sell for taxes which delinquent several owners f the prop- lat the tax sale law last legislature re- nous laws in re- Uei, and hence ar enforcing the that vylfe de- the law came l he district judge Ht the treasurer. Kb been appealed Bwurt. Be opinion that the business to en- country is that of H and dairying. Apll kinds can be nd in abundance n abundance of and horses, re healthy and n in any other th-west. There Clovis for hun- ustrious sort of t afraid to work, of reward in 'g is get- e. Some Clovis are $50 per he pro- bunch mm Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Whereas, on the 17th day of July 1911, in an action pending the District Court of Curry unty, New Mexico, wherein es Wall was plaintiff and mas wilbourn was defend- said cause being numbered o...

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. — 4 September 1913

p i? in Bnday I son, fcday The Lyceum theatre is being treated to a new coat of paint and other improvements. Jessie Moore left Saturday to teach school at the Bell District, four miles eat of Claud. Miss Verde Norris arrived this week from Holton, Kans.. to teach in the primary grades. Wm Duckworth left Thurs F Baking ree py in M. as n me ed today na where by the s tne Theo- ed here r Iews, Mr. Ift last Joods Co., aluminum retty and cups are lildren. student at Canyon to hrr ,with r day for the eastern markets to buy goods for the Southwestern Drug Co. Jake Noble left this week for Bonham, Texas, where he has accepted a position with a cotton concern. Miss Delia Unruh, sister of V. S. Unruh returned to her home in Lamed, Kansas after a pleas ant visit with her brother here. Miss Mabel Puckett left this week for Ft. Worth Texas where she will enter the Polytechnic College this winter. Miss Mabell Davis has accept ed a position as school teacher at Blacktower for the winter's term. M...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 11 September 1913

. . ii 1 1 -ii ' i" 1 ' 1 .. . 1 "!.; VOL. 7. NO. 28. CLOVIS. CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. SEPTEMBER 11. 1913 $1.00 PER YEAR COUNTY FAIR DATES CHANGED, OCT. 13, 14, Fair Will Handled Through Cham ber of Commerce and Committees Appointed Friday Night. On account of a desire to ex hibit the Curry County Fair products to those f rom the east who might arrive on the first homeseeker's excursion in Oc tober, and also not conflict with the the fair dates of the Pan handle and Albuquerque fairs to be held from Oct. 6 to 11 inclu sive, it was thought best by officers and members of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce, who will have charge of the fair, to change the dates from Oct. 1, 2. as announced in last weeks issue of the News to Oct. 13 and 14. Through some misunderstand ing, the Chamber failed to meet last Friday night and the matter is to be taken up at next meet ing and handled througn that body instead of by an individual association. Though the dates will not be definitely fixed until Fri...

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. — 11 September 1913

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS TELLING ABOUT $75,000 JEWEL THEFT LIFE IS RESTORED Electrical Device Used in Effort to Save Hero. Man's Heart Beats For Two Hours, After Being Pronounced Dead From Drowning, by Use of Instrument. Mrs. Charles C. Rumsey (!eft) 1b here seen telling her mother, Mrs. E. H. Harrlman, how she was robbed of Jewels valued at $75,000 at Narra gansett Pier. Other society fo'iK also have suffered heavy losses at the hands of clover burglarB In that fashionable summer resort of late. TWCTSSt Fine Clothes Help Spanish King to Keep Throne. Monarch Believed to Spend Money on Wardrobe- Than Any Ruler Except Czar of Russia Wears Startling Vests. London. The king of Spain !s the most elaborately attired monarch In Europe. It Is doubtful If the youthful mon- . .1. I W n.wi uaa cvqi uueu M'rn mure luan half a dozen times In the same suit, and It Is certain that there are many suits In which he has been seen but once or twice. When he takes a fancy to a particu lar tweed or clot...

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. — 11 September 1913

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS o TAKE Tuff's Pills The flrnt dnee often aatonlahea the Invalid, glvlm elasticity of mind, Nnivancy at body, GOOD DMrfSI'ION. W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 34-1913. Paw Knows tverytl Willie Paw, what la a st itnw. Anvthlni? two wor know, my son. Cincinnati Mra.Wlndow'it Soothing? Syrup teething, softens tuejruma, reduc Won .allays pain .cures wind colle.1 Children Differs With Him. . "What do you think about that man's claim that he has Invented day light?" "1 think It's moonshine." ron WEAKNESS The Old Htnndard a of Arric- henlnc. tonic, rlvea mt Ma tub tonic and Natural Instinct. "Poor Billy has had a case of puppy love." "Evidently that accounts for his fol lowing his -Inamorata around like a dog." The Tender Skin of Children Is very sensitive to heat. Use Tyree's Antiseptic Powder for airsummer skin affections. It quickly affords the little sufferer relief. 25c. at druggists or sample sent free by J. S. Tyree, Chemist, Washington, D. X3. Adv. Just Her Hus...

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. — 11 September 1913

The Clovis News Valverde Wins. The Clovis News is glad to an nounce that its old time friend and fellow "worker," Paz Val verde of Clayton, Union county, has, after a hard struggle suc ceeded in landing the job of Register of the Clayton Land Office. The following telegram in the Clayton News says: The News Printing Company (Incorporated) J. E. Cubren, Editor. Arthur E. Curren, Manager. HE HID HIS MONEY IN THE GROUND. ITS GONE IF HE HAD HIDDEN IT Ih OUR BANK IT WOULD BE SAFE NOW 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 60 Crops in portions of Curry county are better this year than they have been for five years. Some splendid exhibits will be shown at the Curry County Fair. Another good shower fell Sun day and again Tuesday of this week. While the rain-fall in town Sunday did not amount to much, it is reported that good soaking rains fell at Claud, and also south of town for some...

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. — 11 September 1913

MILLINERY The MISSES TAYLOR of Am arillo are in your city for a few days with an elegant line of The Newest Fall Hats We want every lady in Clovis to see them. On display at the Antlers Hotel, rooms 15, 16. MISSES TAYLOR Local and Personal Rev. W. R. Evans made a trip to Portales, Tuesday. Attorney H. D. Terrell was in Portales on business matters last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Schulzleft Tuesday f t r a several week's visit in Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. F. W. Smith, formerly of Clovis has accepted a position as operator at Encino. Our esteemed County Com missioners were ' in from their ranches Monday. Get vour Groceries at the Clovis Feed Store. Stanfield & Gryder will treat you right, tf. Frank McCarty of Bronson, Kansas arrived Saturday and is the guest of his nephew J. W. McCarty. Rev. Shepard, of Texico, for mer pastor of the Christian church at Clovis, was a visitor in the city Monday. Miss Ida Nowak of Ft. Worth, is the guest of Mrs. Hugh Woods Miss Nowak is contemplating stay...

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. — 11 September 1913

How to Kill Rabbits. Dean Collinsworth announces a system by which rabbits can bo killed, after years of obser vation and experimentation on his farm two miles southwest of Macy, New Mexico, to the southwest of Por tales. Mr. Collinsworth uses a combination of salt and strych nine, the former as bait and the latter as poison, following being the mode of procedure: Having determined that rab bits frequent one or more places especially rather than the field or pasture as a whole, he selects such frequented places for his operations. During the month of May. which is the mating season, bucks will follow the does or females in numbers, even when the trail made by the latter may be one to three days' old, thus congregating in unusual numbers and making the ani mals easy prey for the poisener. Another fact aiding in the de struction of the rabbits is that in the early spring time they have a great craving for salt, they eat it when mixed with the dirt. Salt is mixed one part to four or fi...

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. — 11 September 1913

Notice. I have been instructed by the City Council to enforce the Dog Tax ordinance. Same pro vides that each person keeping or harboring on their premis es, a dog over two months .old, shall, on or before October 1st of each year, pay a license and receive from the City Clerk a tag with license numbor thereon tag to be attached to and worn on a collar around the dog's neck. I will enforce this law. All dogs not having collars with tags, will be taken up after October 1st 1913, those not re deemed witnin 48 hours as set forth in said ordinance, will be taken outside of town and killed. License fees: Male dogs $1. 25 Females $3 S. Frank Ivy, Marshal. Notice of Suit. In the District Court of Curry County, New Mexico. HEBERD SMITH, . Plaintiff, vs. JAS. A. TAYLOR and E. H. FULLWOOD, Defendants. No. 558. John Havden, Miss Lee Hay den and their mother Mrs. Hay den left Sunday for San Diego California. Miss Lee expects to teach at San Saba this winter. Miss Clara Bingham left Wednesday 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. — 11 September 1913

MEXICO, NEWS or Suitors of MELISSA PREFERS A SINGLE CODE OF MANNERS. Mrs. Merrlwid's maternal maiden Aunt Jane'a eyes glowed with admira tion, and a faint color appeared on her cheeks. "His manners are simply ex quisite, Melissa," she exclaimed. "1 don't think I ever saw such perfect politeness combined with such abso lute ease. I do hope that he will come again." "It's the one best bet that he will, dearie," said Mrs. Merriwld. "You may set your fond, fluttering heart at rest. He will come again and yet again, and then some more, but 1 have a premonition that he will ultimately' discontinue his visits, and we will have to pick up our handkerchiefs ourselves and open our own doors with our own weak, incompetent femi nine hands." "I must say that I like a man to be well mannered," remarked Aunt Jane, rubbing her nose resentfully. "I am aware that there is a modern ten dency to sneer at the good breeding that in my younger days was deemed essential, and the manifestation of which. In ...

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. — 11 September 1913

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS EXPERTS ON DRY FARMING TO MEET International Congress Opens Late in October in City ot Tulsa, Okla. GREAT CROP SHOW PLANNED Many Nation Will Be Represented by Eminent Scientists and by Fine Exhibits In the Ex position Buildings. Tulsa, Okla The eighth annual meeting of the International Dry- Farming Congress and Imposition, a world-wide or ganization with branch offices in nineteen nations and members in sixty, will open here on October 22, and the at tendance Is ex pected to be very large. Tulsa has been hustling to provide accommo dations for the affair and is do ing well. Forty acres of land are ready as exposition John T. Burns. grounds, and 80 acres more have been set aside for farm machinery exhibits and demonstrations. Five great buildings are under way. One pavilion, 80 by 100 feet In size, will be given up entirely to an exhibit on which the United States depart ment of agriculture is spending $20, 000. Fifty counties of Oklahoma will show their pro...

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. — 11 September 1913

In Honor of the Misses Winters Friday evening a number of the young people of the Baptist church, enjoyed a fine ride out to the Winter's home, four miles west of Clovis and spent a most enjoyable evening. Va rious parlor games were indulg in, and with music and pleas ant conversation the time pass ed only too quickly and the merry crowd did not arrive home until the wee hours of the morning. All knew that it would be some time before another evening at this hospit able home would be afforded them as the Misses Winters would soon leave for Albuquer que where they would enter the hospital as nurses. Clovis Woman's Club. The members of the Clovis Woman's Club enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. C. Mersfelder last Friday. An interesting pro gram was rendered after which a novel contest calied the "Pictorial Sketch of My Life" arranged by the hostess, kept all present pasting magazine pictures in little books which were provided. This hold the interest of the guests...

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. — 25 September 1913

OL. 7. NO. 25. CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. SEPTEMBER 25. 1913. $1.00 PER YEAR V Tax Assessments for Curry County. The following figures show the actual cash value of real es tate in Curry county sold during 1912 and 1913, and the assessed valuation of the same land. These figures were prepared by the railroad company. In Curry county in 1912, in acreage property, there were 40 transfers involving $52,980, which property was assessed for $12,880 or 24.3 per cent. In 1913 there were 46 sales involv ing $60,000, which was assessed at $11,435 or 18.8 per cent. In lot property in 1912, there were 30 transactions involving $27,245 which was assessed at $5835, or 21.4 per cent. In the same class of property in 1913 there were 22 transfers in which the land was valued at $24,110, but which was assessed at $5225 or 21.7 per cent. During 1912 there were 32 transfers with a consideration of $40,322 which could not be found on the 1912 assessment roll, and in 1913 there were 30 transfers ...

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