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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 5 February 1914

r C L O V I S, N E.W MEXICO, NEWS SEEDS ON DRY FARMS Producer Must Understand His Business to Succeed. If Person It Going to Cator to Cus tomer In Seml-Arld Sections Ho Mutt Pay Strict Attention to Deilrod Varieties. (By n. P. 8. IIAKR18.) All practices In dry-farming focus around tho one Idea of saving tlia moisture. This Is done In two gen eral ways. First, by preventing loss as ueur as possible and, second, by using the limited supply which It present us economically as possible. In regions of small rn In fall all the various factors entering Into the pro duction of crops must be ns favora ble as possible If profitable yields are to be obtained. Pry-farm crops are growing under the stress caused by a lack of water, and If other things In their environment are not favorable. Is difficult for them to ma ture properly, Hy supplying their Deeds In other respoctt they can In part overcome the handicap caused by the scarcity of water. Only certain kinds of crops can withstand the withe...

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. — 5 February 1914

Homesteading in New Mexico Until May 1903. t h e word Homestead" had no particular meaning for me, but when I was informed that we were to take up a claim in New Mexico, all at once the word jumped into prom inence in my mind. Of course I had not the slightest conception of just what "homesteading" meant; the absoluta newness of everything. It meant truly get ting "back to nature," The land was here but it was just as it had come from the hands of the Creator. Our nearest railroad point was Texico, then a town of less than 100 inhabitants and not more than a dozen buildings, all told. Within six months from the date of filing the law required us to "establish a home" on our claim, accordingly in November we gathered together enough of our home equipments to enable u'.a to do extremely "lipht" housekeeping in a small tent, and hied ourselves to Texico. There we met the usual land sharks, always ready in a new country t o tackle every new comer. As coon as they ham ed we were already ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 February 1914

Htivouer, W A HO-11 VOL 7. NO. 36. BIG CROWDS ATTEND FARMERS DAY MEETING Not in Four Years Have the Farming Interests of Curry County Been So Well Represented as Last Saturday. Saturday was a gala day in Clovis and the big event of the last three or four years, us far as the farmers of Curry County are concerned. It was a splen did day and the weather brought out the best representation of actual "tillers" of the soil that have been seen on the streets of Clovis in three or four years. It even exceeded in attendance the county fair of the last three years. The Lyceum theatre was secured for the meeting and hre a large crowd of farmers, stock raisers and poultry growers listened attentively to the ad dresses made'by those who have had experience and training on the subjects they covered. The meeting was called t o order by President, B. D, Old ham of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce who presided and who introduced the speakers: Victor L. Cory of the Texas state agricultural farm at Lub...

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 February 1914

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS ADMIRAL FLETCHER THE SCIENTIFIC SAILOR OF UNCLE SAM'S BIG NAVY Noted Naval Officer Has Invented Some of the Most Valuable Mechanical Contrivances In Use in the Service He Is Also Exceedingly Well Read In International Law Was Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, in 1855. Washington. Friday Fletcher ev erybody In the navy culls him. lie got bis nickname In a rather odd way. It so chanced that the officer who now commands the American na val forces In Mexican waters was born on the sixth day of the week in the town of Oskaloosa, la. The exact date was November 23, 18C5. tils fath er on this account used to cull him "my little man Friday." When he was a little chap of seven his father died. At fourteen he was appointed to Annapolis, and In due courso was escorted thither by an older brother, who when called upon to put the youngster's name down on the roster of boys entering the Naval academy, wrote "Frank Friday Fletch er." Tbls did not particularly please the family, bec...

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 February 1914

CLOVIS, NEW M E X ICO, NEWS SOIL SURVEY RESULTS Interesting Statistics Announced by Government Owirf Kafir Corn Has Provsd Profit bit Farm Crop Peruvian Alfalfa Valuable In Warm Cllmatte Diseases of Potato. During the year ending June 30, 1813, au area amounting to 62,609,600 acres was covered by eoll surveys by the department of agriculture. Ol this amount 21.210.S80 acre wer sur veyed and mapped In detail. Part of thirty-one state were Included In this work and all sections of the coun try were represented. The remainder of the area surveyed was covered which took In a reconnolssanc sur vey. The total area of which soli surveys have boon made up to June 34, last, la 703,235 square miles. Dwarf Kafir Corn Has Proved a Prof itable Farm Crop. The department of agriculture an nounced that the dwarf kafir corn has been extensively distributed through federal states and commercial agen cies and has proved to be a very de sirable and profitable farm crop. Keterita has awakened much Inter...

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 February 1914

r Woman's Club Mrs. W. E. Carroon was host ess to the Woman's Club. Tues day afternoon. Roll Call was responded by original valentines. Love Letters-Each lady was requested to write a valentine love letter. Hearts; was then played the remainder of the afternoon. Refreshments consisting o f pink and white ice cream, pink and white cake, coffee, pink and white after dinner mints.were served. The Club will meet March the 3rd with Miss Anna Curren. Sixteen ladies were present. The guests were Mesdames Childers. Atwood, of Artesia.1 Scott and Rice. The wealth o f interestinjj things to be presented at the Biennial Convention of the Gen eral Federation o f Women's Clubs in Chicago, June 9-19. in dicates that n o club woman should fail to attend. Between ten and fifteen thousand women are expected and hotel managers think the number will be great ers, estimating by the reserva tions already made. Following the complimentary concert to be given by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, on Tuesday ...

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 February 1914

LAVISH ENTERTAINMENT FOR VISITING STOCKMEN Oklahoma hospitality will be wall axempllfled In the antertalnment pro vided tor tha thousands who are ex pected to atteiid the annual conven tion of the Panhandle and Southwest ern Blockmena' Association March 3-4-8. Every hour In which the conven tion Is not In business session Is filled with some kind of entertainment. The forenoons ure left clear for the business sessions, so far as Ihu men are concerned. Kor the women vis itors soma form of ontertuitimeni will be provided earn forenoon by the women of Okluhoma City. There will be receptions, luncheons, shoppinc tours aud various functions in which women are especially interested. Each afternoon and evening will be taken up with some form of general entertainment. During the entire three days, morn Inn. afternoon and night, there will be bnnd music In profusion on the streets, In the con vention ball, at the . hotels, every where that guests of the city may bo. Visitors Will Tour City O...

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 February 1914

r The Clovis News The News Printing Company (Incorporated) Arthur E. Curren, Manager. Entered at the post office at Clovis, N. M. as second class matter under the act of March 8. 1879. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months 50c Least You Forget Ir January 1913. just a year ago the Curry county tax payers league, numbering hundreds of the largest tax payers in Curry county was organized. But aside from passing a few reso lutions and severely criticising the actions ofsjme of the county officials, little was done in the matter of reducing county ex pense and thereby reducing the county tax rate. Isn't it about time to awaken to the fact that something MUST be done? If a determined people will work in unity, something will be done. Least you forget, we are repub lishing a copy of the resolutions of the Tax Payers League, which was unanimously passed in Jan uary, 1913. RESOLUTION Whereas, in July 1912 the County Commissioners of Curry County, New Mexico, did pay to the Clovis J...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 February 1914

counw REUS LETTERS The Havener Headlight Br Mim Aur Anduuon W. W. White received a car of coal Saturday night and from all appearances, is selling it very rapidly. Miss Nellie Willis gave a party Saturday night for the young folks of this neighborhood and fifty persons were there. All report a very nice time. Mrs. Hopkins has sufficiently recovered from having her hand cut so that she is able to do her own work now and Amy Ander son is no longer staying there. The Havener Literary Society is going to have a box supper Friday night, the 20th inst. The proceeds are to pay the expenses of the society and pay for the new curtains in the school house. Prof. C. C. Ford must be get- ting very industrious. He was too busy to go to Sunday School. Sunday. Amy and Grace Anderson were in Clovis, Saturday. A correction: Last week I said that Mr. and Mrs. George Birdsall Sr. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Zeph Birdsall and I understand i t was only Mrs. Birdsall, who was visiting. Bessie and Dewey Es...

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 February 1914

OKLAHOMA STOCK YARDS EXCHANGE BLDG. REMOVAL SALE! 1 i -V --V- i v.,.-; :rjV .... ' 1 ."- Mu.lu l,y That .Man Mune, OKI. City. If you huvo Ilia Idea (but a modern Stock yard and puckhiK plnut dls Irlct Is a sordid, unsightly place to be avoided unless compelled by busi ness Interests to visit it, you have a pleasant disappointment comtiiK to you when you Join the thousands who will attend the anuat convention ol tho I'anhundlii and Southwestern Slock men 'b Association which ineetB in Oklahoma City March 3-4-5. The accompanying picture shows the building which houses tho Htock yards olllces, the olllces of tho various commission linns who buy and sell live slock, telegraph olllces, a post office, telegraph station, a big restau rant on second floor and In the base ment the pressroom of Ihe Daily Live Stock News, a publication devoted to the Oklahoma live stock industry. It 1b located on a beautiful liiwn adja cent to both packing platits, the stock yards and thu horso ond mule market...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 19 February 1914

fll Alex Shipley, Pres. v J. C. Nelson. Cashier f g Fred W. James. Vice Pres. J. R. Hull. Ass't Cashier g The Clovis National Bank 8 U of Clovis, New Mexico li CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $28,000.00 u "The Bank That g WANTS YOUR Time Table No. 113.. Ar. from Chicago, Kan sas city, Wichita, Amarillo and points east 10:50 a. m. 113.. Dep. for Melrose, Fort Sumner, Vaugn. Mountain air, Belen, Albuquerque and points west .11:20 a. m. 114..Ar. from Pecos, Carls bad, Roswi'll and Portales ,. 10:55 a. m. 114.. Dep. for Amarillo, Wich ita, Kansas citv, Chicago and points east 11:45a. m. 117..Ar. from Chicago, Kan sas city, Wichita, Amaril lo and points east. .12:15 a. m. 117.. Dep. for Portales, Ros well, Carlsbad and Pecos 11:25 a. m. 118.. Ar. from Albuquerque, Mountainair, Ft. Sumner, Melrose and points west 4:30 a. m. 118.. Dep. for Amarillo. Wich ita, Kansas city, Chicago and points on Coleman i cut-off 4:35 a. m. John Gilley, chief engineer' and architect of Western Lines and L. R. Borden, wt...

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 February 1914

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS Needed Supply of Oitmtil. It li tbs nature of an Irlabman to glv a spice of whimsical humor to commonplace Incident or observation. Pat ai crossing a broad, ahallow stream, carrying a bag of oatmeal up on hli back. Mike watched him from the bank. Now, a hole bad broken In the bottom of the bag, and aa Pat moved the oatmeal trickled down In thin rivulot Into the water. "Pat," ahouted Mike from the bank, I'm thinking If the oatmeal Isn't plenty wltb you, you'll have thin porridge." Natural One. "They told me I could find a game tenter here." "So you can. Here's my pointer's nobe." Balking at That. "Come, we must call on Miss girl. You inuHt toe the mark." "Not lt'H the inifltlftoe." Old- ALC0HOI.-3 PER CENT ANogt'Uile Preparation for As similating the Food ami Regula ting the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digclion,Cheerful ness and Rest Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral Not Nabc otic Wjw sou orSA.iiEinrwat Ami JttJ bntfrmtmi fit f'titmmtl$i4 hrm St...

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 February 1914

C L OVIS. NEW M EX ICO, NEWS USES FOR THE MARSHMALLOW Dellelou Sweet 8indwih May Bt Mid From Confection Good In Either 8alad or Deeeert. A new and delicious sweet sandwich li made bb followa: Melt aome marsh mallow In a granite dlsb In hot wa ter, add two tableepoonfula of eyrup from preaerred ginger, one tablespoon ful of finely chopped ginger and tbe aame of finely ground walnuts or al mond. Mil well together and iproad on thin buttered bread. For a dainty salad use diced marah mallowe, walnut mean, aeeded white grapea and a few cherrlea to give a touch of color. Serve In a neat of green and juet before aervlng cover with awcetened lemon Julae and, If dealred, a dash of sherry. For a dessert make a plain lemon Jelly. Juet a It begins to aet, beat In a cup of diced marabmallows. Berve with whipped cream. A delicious deeeert Is made by cooping out the Inside of stale cup cakes. Fill the cakes with marahmal lows cut very One, just a dasb of lemon and a spoonful of any good jam. Put I...

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 February 1914

Twenty Years With The Santa Fe. J. E. Lidengton, one of the pioneer citizens of Gov is, who is interested in property here, left the employe of the Santa Fe Railway this week after twenty year's continuous service in the bridge and building departments of the road. He has purchased a twenty acre tract of land in the suburbs of Moline, Kansas, where he has a well improved place and all the modern con veniences where he expects to permanently reside in the fu ture. Mrs. Lidengton and Miss Geneva proceeded him to their new home some time nr and report that they are well-pleased with their new surroundings. It is the town where tb,ey "first met and married, Mrs. Lideng ton at that time residing there and the parents of Mr. Lideng ton also lived there. Their many Clovis friends extend them best wishes in their new home. TO MARKET Elks' Ministrels March 5th. Something is going to happen in Elkdom. The antlered tribe are going to pull off one of those "stunts" that are calculated to bring ...

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 February 1914

J . - ... VOL 7. NO. 37. CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. FEBRUARY 2G. 1914 $1.00 PER YEAR Grand Jury Report. Clovis, N. M., Feb. 13. 1914. To the Hon. John F. McClure, Judge of the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of New Mexico, We, the Grand Jurors, duly impaneled, sworn and charged at this February term of the District Court of Curry County, after five days of continuous labor, beg to report as follows: We have dilligently investiga ted all matters brought before us, and have examined during the course of our session forty witnesses, and have found and returned into court five True Bills and five No Bills. We have examined by com mittees, the books of the vari .ous county officers. In the Treasurer's office we find that the the tax rolls are badly blot ted, and bear a great many erasures and alterations, and several pages of additional ren ditions of property something like two hundred cases had not been assessed by the Assessor; also found a great many...

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 February 1914

CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO, NEWS GREAT CHANGE IN TWENTY YEARS Shaw Lady Looks Younger Instead of Older with Lapse of Time. Shaw, Miss. Mrs.. V. N. Smith, of tbln city, makes an Interesting state ment of her experiences, as follows: "Twenty-nine years agok I contracted a serious form of womanly trouble. We called In our fmnlly physician, Mid bo treated mn for It, but It seemed to do no good. It went on Into other bnd troubles, and I com menced taking all kinds of medicines to see if I could get relief, but to no avail. I suffered with that troublo tip until eleven years ago, when I read about Card u I, the woman's tonic, nnd bought a full treatment. It relieved me at once, and after taking the full treat ment. I am now well and stout. I sent my brother, whom I bad not seen in twenty years, one of my pho tographs, nnd ho wrote me that ! looked younger than when he last saw me." Tor more than GO years, Cnrdul has li en relieving women's sufferings, and building weuk women up to health htiil st...

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 February 1914

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS BURDEN OF BEING A HERO llaouf Hussein Hoy, captain ot the glorious "Hum Idle." U advertising for nine mm who will take off his shoul ders the burden of being a hero. A year's experience hns proved that be Inn a In ro Is tiresome. Ituout can tolerate his popujurity, the display of hll photographs, the fllrker of his moving picture fare and his prospects of becoming admiral and marine min ister. Hut against this stands the fact that when you become a boro In Tur key Influential people Insist on marry ing you to a princess, ltnouf resents this. Thour.h a Turk, ho is more Eu ropean than Europe Itself, and he much prefers the European system under which pretty girls who want to marry heroes send along their photo graphs. In Turkey thoy do not get their photographs taken. The sultun merely commands tho hero to marry princess of the ancient, mighty and terrible limine of Othman, without even ktinwlnir what she's like Captain llaouf H'i.soln la a dark-eyed, thick-no...

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 February 1914

The Clovis News The News Printing Compuny (Incorporated) Arthur E. Curren, Manager. Entered nt the post office at Clovis, N. M. as second class matter under the act of March 3. 1870. TERMS OK SUHSnill'TION One Year $1.00 Six MonthB 50c Don't patronize home talent. If you want some one to give a lecture, don't employ any of your townsmen, no matter how well qualified they are; send for some stranger so that you can let him carry your surplus money away with him. Don't patronize home schools; it is not stylish, you know. Send your children off, it will cost you more, but then it is more loney. Patronize all the HniJe shows that come around. You can use a pood deal of your surplus cash in that way. But ho sure and do mt attend our home entertainments: it might further the interest of your town. away. There is i o excuse for this. The farmer boy is entitled to his vacations, to several re laxations, his visits to the city, good books, magazines and his home paper. To the observing one i...

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 February 1914

I Visit Us in Our New Location We now occupy the big brick building one door south of the Southwestern Drug Store, and are now busy endeavoring to make this one of the most attractive stores in the city. Spring Millinery now arrriving. MRS. OSBORNE has just returned from the East, where she purchased one of the pret tiest lines of Spring Millinery ever brought to Clovis These goods are already coming in, and we ex tend to our old patrons as well as new; a cordial in vitation to come in and inspect them. Grisamore j& Osborne Death Warrant of Gunmen are signed Albany, N. Y.. Feb.- 26. "Gyp the Blood," "Lefty Louie" "Whitey Lewis" and "Dago Frank," the gun men joi.tly convicted with former police lieutenant Charles Becker for the murder of Herman Rosen thal, the (rambler, will be elec trocuttd during the week begin ning April 13. The date was fixed by the court of appeals to day when the j'idges signed the four death warrants. The formal order of the court of appeals, permitting th...

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. — 26 February 1914

The Clovis News The News Printing Company (Incorporated) Arthur E. Cukren, Manner. Entered nt the post office nt Clovis, N. M. as second class matter under the net of March 3, 1879. away. There is 10 excuse for this. The farmer boy is entitled to his vacations, to several re laxations, his visits to the city, good books, magazines and his home paper. To the observing one it is plain to be seen that the old farm is the best place in the world for the average young man and never fails to bring a happier and more useful life man I no city, loung man, you c f - pi out "vi wn s THE GOOD SAMARITAN. Luke 10:25-37 Jan. 18. "Tkou 4h.il Ion l nHghbor lAywtf." uart n ji. CR Stuillci ilnce tbe flret of th year relule to the lont sli months of our Lord's ministry. Jesus knew that I tin death was niiroii. lilnK; that He niunt, Rs Hie mil liypli nl I'nssovor I.niiih, lie put to death I lie followliijj Nprinis, on (he 0' who till the noil and earn your j '"'"t'-oi.th day t tin- first mouth, nu ' TK...

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