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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 22 May 1914

PROFESSIONAL Alex Shipuet. Pres. J. C. Nelson. Cashier ( Fred W. James, Vice Pres. J. R. Hull, Ass't Cashier g The Clovis National Bank 8 f rinvU Nw Mexico 01 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $28,000.00 8 "The Bank That Accomodates" g y - WAIN Id IUUK DWiwwa Notice pf Sale. Notice Is hereby given that I will, on Saturday, June 6, 1914 between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. of said day, expose and sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described goods and property held by me to satisfy a lien for storage on said goods, and property, same being the goods and property of: Bill Bates. 1 box household goods. J. W. Clements, 2 boxes house hold goods and other goods. A. M. Cline, 2 barrels house hold goods. Dorthy Frazee, 1 box house hold goods. . Martha Keppler, 1 box house hold goods. C. Oliver, 2 trunks and con tents. Charles Overby, (Constable) 1 trunk and contents. N. B. Pond, 1 box, 3 barrels. 1 trunk and other goods. W. E. Payne, 1 lot household goods. E. O. SwafTord, 1 trunk and ...

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. — 22 May 1914

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS NEIGHBOR ASKED FOB JNfORMATION Which Wai Promptly Disclosed and She Lost no Time in Profit ing Thereby. Miami, Okla. "One of my neigh bors," says Airs, llunnah M. Turley, of this town, "tamo to my house last week, and said: 'Mrs. Turley, what did you lake to help you so quickly 1 told her it was just Cardul, tbe woman's tonic, and slio said: 'I wish I looked as wall as you do.' I told her If she would only get $5.00 worth of Cardul, and take It, she would. So she sent her husband to town to get the Cardul, and commenced taking if. title looked so pale and sick all the time, but is beginning to look better already. As to how It helped me I suffered for about G years, with womanly trou bles, and became so weak and ner vous, and would suffer such pain every month, that I thought, at times, I would dio. Was in such condition that I couldn't do my work half of the time, and would have awful smoth ering spells. My husband bought me a full treat ment of Cardul (t 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. — 22 May 1914

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS GIVE QUAIL A CHANCE IS FARMER'S FRIEND ANDMONEY. SAVER EVERYWHERE. Sportsman In Destroying Bird of Such Direct Economlo Importance Doea Damage Which Cannot Be Es timated In Dollar. Care'ul and conservative atudenti of It hablti have rated every quail a worth Ave dollar to the farmer. Few turkeyi yield so much, yet the farmer would feel lnaulted to have a iportaman ask or take without ask ing the privilege of shooting some of bis douieatlo fowls. The man with the gun may not malm or even frighten bis horses and cattle, though be frequently does In jure them more or less through the latter causa If not the former, but In destroying birds of such direct eco nomic Importance he does damage which cunnot be estimated in dollars and renla. Guiltless of even a little trespass ing charged to Us cousin, the ruffed arouse or pheasant, that of feaatlng on Eggs of the Bob White. young twigs, sprouts and buds, It has never been convicted of real damage at any season of th...

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. — 22 May 1914

The Clovis News The News Printing Company 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 op subscription One Year $1.00 Six Months 50c News bid Lowest The News and the Journal entered into competitive bidding for the city Rrinting Monday. The Journal offered to print all the proceedings of the council and ordinances and legal notices for nothing as they have been doing and to do the job work at one half the commercial rate. The News offered to do the work for ten percent less. One coun cilman in explaining the matter stated that the Journal offered to do the work for nothing and the News offered to do it for ten per cent less than nothing. The question now arises, h e said, whether thpy should let the Journal have the work for nothing or piake the News pay the city to get it. It is Little Use It is little use for the local editor to waste his lungs and sprain his spine in trying t o boom a town when...

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. — 22 May 1914

'I WHERE DOES A PLANT FEED7 Need la Emphasised of Having Soil Compact Enough That Moisture Can Readily Paaa Through. (By W. C. PALMETt, Agricultural Edi tor, North Dakota Agricultural Cot ' li n .1 Tha Drat thing to know In growing a crop la where doea It feed. If the crop la to be a aueeeaa It muet be given the eondltlona that It needs. The plant muat have (ood, water, air In toll, warmth and sunshine. The warmth la 1b a meaaure secured by growing the crop In a warm aeaion. The aunahlne la eecured by keeping down weeda and not planting too thickly. The problem left then la to secure food, water and air In aotl. Tbeae muat be where the plant doea lta feed Ing. and that la done principally In the aoll turned with the plow. The proof of thla can be even In any Bold. Note the amaller growth of the crop In tho dead furrow. Whether It be grain, legume, graM or cultivated crop, the amalleat planta will be found In tha dead furrow. Why entailer? Became the planta here had leaa plowed aoll ...

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. — 22 May 1914

Right Now! We can make you a remark ably low price on this club combination: The Clovis News $1.00 a Year Farm and Ranch Weekly Holland's Magazine Monthly $1.00 a Year $1.00 a Year All three papers to you Hir until Dec. 1, 1914 for only ' Oy The splendid fiction, beautiful illustrations, local news, timely articles that are both interesting: and instructive, household departments and many other things that you'll like, coupled with The Low Price Makes this one of the best subscription offers of the season. Tell all of your friends about it, and send your subscription today. This offer is for a short time only, and is limited to new and renewal subscriptions only. ORDER TODAY! A live local paper, the leading agricultural weekly in the South, and the South' only magazine success. SEND ORDERS TO THE CLOVIS NEWS W. R. Hardy was in the city this week. Harry Pat ton went to Amar illo on legal business Monday. Prof. Carey left Wednesday to visit relatives in Texas for a few weeks. W. H. Xa...

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. — 5 June 1914

TOL. 7. NO. 51. CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO. JUNE 5, 1914 $1.00 PER YEAR Mayor Oldham to Leave Is in with very much regret that the News learns of the con templated departure within a few days of Mayor D. B. Old ham 'and his most estimable family for Dallas, Texas, where Mr. Oldham has accepted a lu crative 1 position with a large mercantile firm. Some s i x months ago, or longer, Mr. Old ham severed his connection with The First National Bank, and has since been arranging his personal affairs in order to ac cept the above mentioned po sition. Mr. Oldham came to Clovis in its infancj and established the First National Bank, which he built up to be one of the strong' est financial institutions in this section of the country. He has been identified with all progress ive movements, which would serve for the betterment and up-bui'iing of the city and country. We feel safe in saying without fear of successful con tradiction, that he has been the most public-spirited of all our citiz...

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. — 5 June 1914

C L O V IS, HEW M E X ICO, WE W S GENERAL VILLA AND HIS 'hi: General Villa, commander o( the eotiHtltutlonnllat army In northern Mex ico, has abandoned tbo hone for the motorcycle. He ! here leen mounting hla rather unromantlo charger, which be rode during the operation! agaimt Torreou. RISE AND FALL OF ROYAL FAMILIES OF Combination of Whose Members Caused Mexican Revolt. TERRAZAS AND CREEL LEAD Former Began With 8mall Store, En tered Politic! and Accumulated Land Until He Waa Worth 1100,000,000 Latter Waa a Financier. New York. The hlatorjr of the "roy al family" of Chihuahua reveals condi tion! Uikt made a revolution necesaary and at the lame time furnished an al most melodramatic history of the rise of a popular Idol and his fall In the es timation of hla one time worshipers until be li now execrated as a villain. Chihuahua royalty consists' of the Terrains and Creel families, their con nections and descendants. Owing to In termarriages these are practically the same In both fami...

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. — 5 June 1914

Alex Shipley, Pres. Fred W. James, Vice Pres. J. C. .Nelson, Cashier R. Hull, Ass't Cashier 8 The Clovis National Bank of Clovii, New Mexico PAPITAI AMD CllDPi tic txnnnnn a nMi taWAXA irfWiJ yfcUyVvVvV p . r frThe Bank That Accomodates" W g WANTS YOUR BUSINESS Z 9) Notice of Sale. Whereas the District Court of Curry County New Mexico on the 14th day of April 1914, ren dered judgment against R. E. Turrentine in the sum of Two Hundred Forty Six and six one hundredths dollars as principal together with interest on the same at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from February 17th 1913 to April 14th 1914 at ten per cent on said amount as "at torneys fees and for costs of suit in a foreclosure suit against the said R. E. Turrentine, de fendant. by W. T. Shannon, plaintiff, being cause No. 720 in the district court of Curry Coun ty New Mexico, and the court in said judgment and decree, ordered and decreed that the property of the said R. E. Tur rentine, hereinafter described, be sold accord...

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. — 5 June 1914

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS GOOD AND INEXPENSIVE DAIRY BUILDINGS 8ldViswof Inexpensive Dairy Houm. (Prepared by the ITnltr-il flutes Depart mi'til of Agrirulture.) The department of agriculture ai the result of a great demand for In formation relating to the construction of dairy buildings started a line of In vestigation through its dairy special ists for the purpose of developing the basic principles of such construction. In order to make the work thoroughly practical, these studies wore extended to the planning and actual supervision of construction of a number of dairy buildings In different sections of the country. Few localities will require or even permit of the same treatment o far as exposure, site, form, or building material are considered, but the problem of light, floors, ceilings, etc., are nearly alike In all cases. 8table for 24 Cows. The plan shown Is designed for 24 cows, and allows ample room for calf pen and box stalls for bull and cows. also space for feed room, hay...

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. — 5 June 1914

Lone Prairie Item Charles McCurry'a team took fright while he was preparing to hitch them to the planter and getting away, they took quite a run over the prairie, but did not do much damage. Last Wednesday night, 27th., we had the biggest rain yet. The rain fall was two and one eighth inches and fell in about thirty, minutes accompanied b y some hail. There was no planting done in this community last week owing to the rains. Artie Shurley, Vera Hughs, Leota and Maud Easton and Herman Phillips took dinner at Mr. Glenn's Sunday and spent the afternoon boat riding on the lake. Chas. Liveston and Mr. Larwe went to Go vis Monday on bnsi-ness. John Young was transacting business in Clovis last week. A. McQuality and son Howard were callers at the Phillips home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hughs went to Havener Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Porter McCormic. Will Robison was a Clovis visitor Sunday. Bell District. H. W. Bell, John Westfall were in Clovis Monday. Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Westfall, ...

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. — 5 June 1914

iAin Clearamce BEGINNING JUNE 6th EVERYTHING MUST GO. Our goods are seasonable and we must sell the whole stock regardless of price. You have been looking for just such a snap to save your dollars. Here it is. Hats at Half Price $2.00 Hats for ... $3.00 HaU for.... ..$1.00 $1.50 Trimmed Hats, Untrimmed "Shapes. Silks, Mescalines, also a nice little line of Holiday goods at half price. Chiffons $1.00 per yard Chiffon 75c 75c per yard Chiffon 50c 50c per yard Chiffon . 35c Fancy Feathers from 25c to $1.50 Flowers from 15c to $1.50 All kinds. Ribbons 20c Ribbons for 10c 25c Ribbons for 15c 35c Ribbons for 20c 45c Ribbons for .... 25c Plumes from .. 50c up All Plumes will go at a great reduction. Sale will continue until all goods are sold. The opportunity is yours. MRS. I. B. L. OSBORNE. IN MRS. GRISAMORE'S DEPARTMENT Our sale on slightly soiled white dresses is still on. We are slashing prices shamefully. The goods are not damaged. You win. Somebody loses. GREAMORE & OSBORNE.. 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. — 5 June 1914

L .-V CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS tsasaJbaA GRAB APPLE CIDER By J. C. PLUMMER. Qeorga Washington Bangs, cook on the schooner Jersey Delia taking cargo of lumber at Newberne, carried breakfast Into the cabin and -Mr. Ilowen, chief offlcer, had started In to eat It before Captain Wales awoke from a letharglo slumber. As the skipper was member of the church In Ilelleport and had often ad dressed the Sunday school scholars on the subject of cleanly life, It seems cruel to say be resembled a man just wakening from a drunken stupor, but glance at his blotchod and turgid face, his bleared eyes and his whole appearance as he tumbled out of bis bunk he had turned In all standing certainly gave grounds for the assump tion. Steadying himself on his feet and uttering a groan as an Introductory, the skipper entered the cabin. "Good mornln', Cap'n," saluted the mate, cheerfully. The captain said nothing. He natched a pitcher of water from the table and drank thirstily. "George." said he, replacing t...

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. — 5 June 1914

? a ' ) The Clovis News The News Printing Company Arthur E. Curren, Manager. Entered at the post office at Clovis, N. M. as second class matter under the act of March 8, 1879. TERMS OF" SUBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months 60c We are rather anxious to see that state auditor's report on Curry County. Former City Clerk Baker did not get the appointment of Probate Judge, for services rendered, but the County Com missioners have given him a nice fat job of transcribing the records. Recognition is better late than never. The County Commissioners have been in session again thin week on tax matters. The News is informed that the County Assessor is now to be made the "goat" and must fig ure a fifteen per cent reduction. Ivey says that he is figuring that fifteen per cent reduction on all town property. Some of our good citizens who have been mixed up in some "affairs" lately have thought fully asked the News not t o mention their names. In other words we should eschew all con glomerations...

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. — 5 June 1914

rvrVTCMT?WMT?. V T C O NKWS BOTH NUTRITIOUS AND " 7 Try Rle Porridge m Chang from Oatmeal Qood Alto With Mil Sirup or Fruits. ' Wash cupful of rice through many waters until all cloudiness la removed. Drain It thoroughly. Put tore brim ming cupfula of water on the stove In a saucepan. Add to It rounded tea spoonful of salt and a saltapoonful of pure lard. When the water bolla furi ously, drop In the washed and drained rice, a few grains at a time, so as not to atop the boiling. Do not atlr; the rapidly boiling water will keep the gralni moving. Cover the saucepan, having Its lid slightly pushed to one side. In 15 minutes the grains should have absorbed all the water and should be soft, not gritty. Remove the lid, and at the same beat let the rice dry out Then put a clean cloth, eeveral tlmoa folded, over It, and place on a cooler part of the stove for 15 minutes. Then, If ready to serve, pass a knife around between the rice and the saucepan, and, holding the rice over a dish, give I...

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 June 1914

town D. Hardy of Portales was 'in Go vis. Monday. Mr. Lewis. Sana Fe officer, left Monday for Vaughn. Billie Fairchilds was in Clovis Sunday from Melrose. lone Austin went to Portales the first of the week. Miss Lillian Berry left last week for Raton where she will visit friends for the summer. Mrs. Willis, of Missouri, is ' visiting her sister Mrs. George Houk. Frank Carroon has accepted a position as news boy from Clovis to Carlsbad. Miss Pearl Doyle arrived this week to visit her mother Mrs. Morgan. R. E. McCarthy went down the Pecos Valley the first of the week on a short business trip. Miss Estes, assistant court ( reporter arrived Monday ror court this week. Farmrrs should see the Texas State Bank of Farwell, Texas for loans. Adv. Mr. Lilly, representing the Fox Typewriter Co. was in Clo vis Saturday from Amarillo. Mrs. Frank Berry left last week for League. S. Dakota, where she will visit her sister. Charlie Houchen left this week for Albuqerque where he will ac cept a positi...

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. — 12 June 1914

r 0 VOL 7. NO. 52. CLOVIS, CURRY COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, JUNE 12, 1914 $1.00 PER YEAR The First National Bank. Bow doth Um llitl bu.y HE, Run from thorn to brlor, t Oottinr ntwi horo nnd thrro, rranovanr willing LAIR, since trie advent or the new management of The First Nat ional Bank of Clovis, much of the undesirable has been elim inated, thus putting this bank on a safer and saner foundation than it has been for some time, and why some one, with more corrupted energy than good judgment, should start the re port, "better get your money" is beyond the grasp of a sound and reasonable mind; particu larly so when it is known that this bank is owned and conduct ed by bankers of ability, raised and nurtured in the admonition of the the National Banking Lawf, and the same applies to the Clovis National Bank. Look at their statements, this must be evidence and convincing evi dence too. " Eight hundred years before Christ was born a man on the plains of Assyria wrote this prophecy, "And the de...

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. — 12 June 1914

CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, NEWS . . ... . m mm . RnSTflN FISH rlFALfcRS LEAVE ULU WHAnr LADY MACKENZIE ON WAY TO JUNGLE i m-M w w t) mm mm w - - - H 1 1 inn ii nnrn ii $jf 'I v of luggage. However, she Intends to buy most of her outfit In London and In Africa, before she enters tho unexplored Jungles. At Nairobi, she Is hav ing a boat equipped now for the expedition. There ahe will put off her female attire and dress in a costume appropriate for the undertaking. She would not describe the costumo, other than to say It would be difficult to distinguish her from the two white experts and guides who will be her personal attendants. MADE CONVERTS WITH FISTS "Tony" niddle of Philadelphia, society pugilUt and Bible claas or ganiser, Is back from a trip to Canada with his boxing gloves, snow shoes and a bundle of papers bearing the names of several DrexeMllddle Bl ble elasaes enrolled In the land of the lumberjacks. Behind blm niddle left a stack of Bibles and three perfectly sound front teeth. T...

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. — 12 June 1914

V Alex Shipley, Pres. J. C. Nelson, Cashier Fred W. James, Vice Pres. J. R. Hull, Ass't Cashier f ) (i The Clovis National Bank of Clovis, New Mexico CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $28,000.00 "The Bank That Accomodates" fc WANTS YOUR BUSINESS Notice of Sale. Whereas the District Court of Curry County New Mexico on the 14th day of April 1914, ren dered judgment against R. E. Turrentine in the sum of Two Hundred Forty Six and six one hundredths dollars as principal together with interest on the same at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from February 17th 1913 to April 14th 1914 at ten per cent on said amount as at torneys fees and for costs of suit in a foreclosure suit against the said R. E. Turrentine, de fendant, by W. T. Shannon, plaintiff, being cause No. 720 in the district rfourt of Curry Coun ty New Mexico, and tho court in said judgment and decree, ordered and decreed that the property of the said R. E. Tur rentine, hereinafter described, be sold according to law to sat isfy said judgmen...

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. — 12 June 1914

C L O V I S, NEW MEXICO. NEWS FortunaU Indiana, In a composition dealing with the Bablta and cuatomi of American In diana, a boy deeply Impressed with their free-and-easy life wrote the fol lowing: "Tba Indiana bad few laws, but they were well violated." Wa Must Have It Peaalmlat Tba coat of living la tar rible. Optimist Out lt'a worth the price. The unskilled cook la often aa dan geroua aa a smallpox patient at large. 00oo"i The Winner In order to do things to suc ceedyou must have health, and this means taking care of the digestion, the liver and the bowels. For this particular work HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters is well adapted. It soothes and tones the tired stomach and promotes bowel regularity. Try It. DO 0 SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing and germicidal of all antlaeptica la A soluble) Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh, Inflammation or ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by femin...

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