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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 21 March 1912

The Th Which Indicate rcasr f 1 The Glovis National Bank "The Bank That Accommodates" sent the interests of the sovreign state of New Mexico before the i i Local Notes and R. Clark of Roswell is in the city attending court. Want Good Hardware? Go to MiUeretl-Buchanan. R. H. Adams of Portales was in Clovis Sunday a guest of the Antlers. See our nic e line of framed pictures, noting to equal it this side of Kansas City. Clovis Furniture Co. John B. Ottowa rnd wife are in the city the guest of E. E. Bundy and wife. Mrs. Bundy is a sister of Mrs. Ottowa, Watch for E. E. Peoples Co. Big Opening. Owen Woods representative of the Magnolia Land Company, Texas Gulf Coast Lands is in the city in the interest of the con cern. Incubators & Poultry Sup plies at MillerelT-Buchanan Hdw. Co. L. C. ' En Hard, ex-sheriff of Chaves County was in Clovis from Roswell attending court this week. Every man's suit in the house goes at cost during this Mistake Sale at E. E. Peoeles Co. A. Foyil left Thur...

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. — 28 March 1912

VOL. 6 NO. 51 Three Year Law Passes House Washmgton. March 27. - The! house today passed a bill reduc-1 ing from five to three years the period of residence required on homestead lands before patents are issued. It also permits entry man and their families to be ab sent from homesteads five months in each year. - Albuquerque Eve ning Herald. Colmor Cut-Oft. Five grading outfits are now at work on the grade of the Dodge City-Colmor cut-off. Colt and Son, who drove in from Las Animas, two weeks ago are at work on mile ten. Ransom and Cook have two outfits at work, one on mile six and the other on mile eight. J. H. Hanson got in Thursday from the west and his outfit be gan work on mile fifteen. He writes that roads west were very heavy and his progress was slow J. C. Allen, who begins work at the Rock Island bridge, has been in town for several days and ex pects his outfit in today. The fence gang reached the Hell ranch today and is working right along- Dodge City Journal Antlers Chang...

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. — 28 March 1912

u f "Y&Loyiv Stoky of A Gray Jacket f a . -ai -aar . . mar. f w IT ILLUSTRATIONS BY 4CTI1UR,T WILLI AMADW 8YNOPSI3. trk-of- rhev II the ft ks Wayne t tn time, ngny. and party of The lrl shoots the The owner of the lni his wife appear and horseni'Ti uppfoai'li They are led by a man claiming tn he Red l.owrte out wnn proves to be Mai. Brennan. a Federal officer whom the 1'nlon (Ctrl roroKnl7.es He orders the arrest of Wayne as a spy and he Is brought before Ph'-rldan, who threaten! him with death unless he re veala the secret message. Wavne believes Edith Hrennan to be the wife of MaJ Brennan Fie Is rescued by Jed Rungny who starts to reach Oen. l.ee. while Wayne In disguise penetrates to the ball room, beneath which he had been Im prisoned. He Is Introduced to a Miss Minor and barelv escapes being unmask ed. Edith Brennan recognizing Wayne, anys she will save him. Securing a pass through the lines, they are confronted by Brennan, who is knocked senseless. Then, bidding Edith adie...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

BROOM CORN COLTIVATIOJ Discussions by Man Experienced in Growing This Valuable Crop No. 3. No. 2. THE AEjvE ILLUSTRATION NUMBER TWO AND THREE QUALITY. Number 2 Ib an Inferior growth, very coarse, kinky, curly and twisted straw in some stalks, with heavy cen ter stems and a very large, coarse, flat, uniform straw, which Is only fit for shop, mill, railroad or factory brooms, for 'such trade desires only the cheapest corn that is stiff and rugged. Growers should raise as l'ttle of such broom corn aa possible, in the best, or Number 1 quality, there are enough scattering stalks to supply such demands. Number 3 Is a stalk of crossed brush, between Kaffir corn and Broom Corn. It contains a very large, pithy center stem and very kinky at formation on stalk. Kaffir Corn, Milo Maize, Sorghum and Broom Corn are all a species that cross very readily. Growers should by all means never plant broomcorn adoining any of the other feed Bturf mentioned above, or allow volunteer heads to grow up and ...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

Baptist Chucrh. Regular services at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. every Sunday Bible school 9:46 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed nesday 8 p. m. Ladies Aid meets every Thursday 2 p. m. 8. B. Calloway, Pastor. Chris tain Church The pulpit of the Christian church will be filled next Sun day by Frederick F. Grim, of Albuquerque. 9.45 Bible 8chool. H. L Stude- vant. Superintendent. 11:00 Commmunion and Sermon. Subject: Taking One's Religion Seriously. 0:30 Christian Endeavor. 7:30 Worship and Sermon. The members are urged to be present. The public is cordially invited to worship with us. Brethren's Church. Services at the Brethren church, North Thornton Street each Lord's Day. Sunday School at 10 a. m' Preaching 11 a. m. Busy Worker's meeting for children at 3 o'cJock Sunday af ternoon. Christian worker-, 7:00 p m meeting Preaching 8:00 p m. "The Min istration of Angels" will be the subject for a special sermon, Sun day night, Mar. 31, bythe pastor. All are invited to be present. Teacher Traini...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

Notice For Publication Non-Coal Lend. rtmn? of the Interior. U 3 land office mner N. M.. March 13. 1912. re Is hereby R Nw M n'.rlhl range iva year proof, to establish claim t above described Kef ore Wlllli n. V. 8. Commissioner. In his off . Ne-.T Mexico, on thw tnd days of njsmin F. Hall Daniel L. Moye, Pet tel. Prseton Worley all of ClovK N. M. Ar.hur K. Curren, Regiat Notice for Publication. nd , U. 3. I .n ml Office Deparlmen rose. N. M. who, on Jan. 7, 1907. made Home stead serial 02100, for the Northeast quarter and on November 11. 1909. made Homeatead Serial "7272. for the Southeast quartet Section 7, Townahlp 1 North. Rnnire 8 East, New Mex. P. Heriillan. haa filed notice of Intention to make Final Five-year Proof, to establish clal fa to the land above deecrlbed, before William J. Curren. tJ. S. Commissioner In bis oHlce at Clovis. N. M on the 4th day of May.-1912 Claimant name as wltneeaea. Reuben A. Millsaji. 1 "iter A. Oleic man. both of Clovl:;. N.M. Ora G. Mi-imons, E...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

The Clovis News W. J. A. L. CURREN, CURREN. Kimtor. - Publisher. One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 Amended Section of The Three Year Homested Law ever, shall be given, or patent issued therefor uutil the expira tion of three years from the date of such entry; and if at the ex piration of such time, or at any time Within two years thereafter the person making such entry, or if he be dead his widow, or in case of her death his heirs or devisee, or in case of a widow making such entry, her heirs or devisee, in case of her death, proves by two credible witnesses that he she or they have a hab itable house upon the land and have resided upon or cultivated the same for the term of three years succeeding the time of fil ing the affidavit, and makes an affidavit that no part of such land had been alienated, except as provided in Sec. 2288, and that he, she or the will bear true allegiance to the Gov ernment of the United States, then in such case he, she or they if at any time citizens of the Un...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

A i 4 n iv k a r 1 Owing to business at other places that needs our attention we have decided to close out the entire stock that we recently purchased from the Dearborne Hardware Co. This Sate will commence on SATURDAY, MARCH 30 and will continue until the entire stock will be disposed of. This will not be any fake sale but will be the real article. EVERYTHING GOES, NOTHING RESERVED. HARNESS We have the most up to date stock of Harness in town and it will suffer the same great reduction. $20 00 set single harness - - $16.50 $17.50 set single harness - - $14.00 $22 50 set double buggy harness $17.50 $26.50 set double buggy harness $19.50 $35.00 set 1 1-2 inch work harness $28.50 $3.75 collars with wool face and re-enforced throat - - $2.00 $3.00 collars - - - $2.35 $7.50 Humane collars, each - $5.00 BUGGIES Our line of buggies must suffer the same recuction as all the rest of the stock. $125 Mc Farland Surreys - $90.00 $125 Mc Farland Hacks - $85 00 $95 rubber tire buggy - - $72.50 $...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

STOCK ON DRY FARMS SUCCESS IN A DRY SECTION 1F1 RAISING POULTRY FOR EGGS FOR HIS OWN P Crops Are Made More Sure and Productive. It Has Been Found After Many Year of Experience That There l Muoh Money in Keeping 100 Head or So of Cattle. Tbe dry land farmer should raise live stock because feed crops are more sure ami productive and at the same time greatly reduce the cost of mar keting the products of the farm. In my farming; and stock raising opera tions, I had for some years access to free range, but the country In my Immediate vicinity was Anally all set tled upon and naturclly I had to con fine myself to my own farm In my stock raising operations, writes W. F. Gardner, In the Denver Field and Farm. After having tbe free range to myself for so long I, like many oth ers In the west, thought I had been put out of business by the new set tiers, but how easy It is for a fellow to adjust hlniBelf to conditions, If he will get his head to work. After a good many years' experience I find...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

INCREASE IN NUMBER OF AMERICANS GOING TO CANADA Although Western Canada suffered, aa did many other portions of ths west, from untoward condition!, which turned one of the moat promising; crops ever seen In that country, into but little more than an average yield of all grains, there la left in the farmers' hands, a hlg margin of profit. Of course there were many farmers who were fortunate enough to harvest and market a big yield, and with the prices that were secured made hand some returns. From wheat, oats, bar ley and flax marketed to the 1st of January. 1912, there was a gross rev enue of 175,384,000. The cattle, hogs, poultry and dairy proceeds brought this up to $101,620,000 or 21 million dollars In excess of 1910. There was till In the farmers' hands at that time about 95 million bushels of wheat worth at least another 'sixty-five mil lion dollars (allowing for Inferior grades), besides about 160 million bushels of oats to say nothing of bar ley and flax, which would run Into...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 28 March 1912

1 The Things Which India Most pronouncedly the ability and dispo sition of a Bank to ho of service, are: courtesy, willingness, promptness, and rensonahle exactions AH of these qualifications the growing customer ap preciates. "Speaking for ourselves." We do not jeopardise your interests hy political indulgence and we have never found it necessary to go outside of the Banking Business to make The Glovis National Bank "Tfye Bank That Accommodates" Local Notes and still the The pulpit at the First Baptist church will be filled by Rev. W. E. Dawn, Sunday morning evening. Rev. Calaway is in ciuarentine, .but reports sick as being much better. Mrs. C. H. Brown is expected from Arkansas to join her hus band at this place. Mr. Brown is engaged in the real estate business. Business is picking up at the shops several new men have been employed lately. Carl Galloway is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rhino have given up housekeeping and are now boarding at the Commercial. Mr. and Mrs...

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. — 4 April 1912

County Clerk, (filecojr) The Clovis News AND TEXICO TRUMPET I. 5 NO. 52 Frank Epparhimer Dead. After an illness of about one week with pneumonia. Frank Epperblmer died Sunday at the Arlington hotel He- was 54 ears of age at the time of his death a id le.ives a daughter, Miss Cleo Epperhimer, of Clovis and a son in Missouri who him self was ill at the time of his fathers death and was unable to attend the funeral. The funer al service was held at Steed's Undertaking parlors and was conduct by Rev. Clark, pastor of the Methodist church. Uncle "Ep" as he was familiarly called was a member of the Eagle Lodge at Roswell, and that order sent a beautiful floral offering for the funeral. Among those who added to the floral offering were: Mrs. Tom Davenport, Mrs. Pat O'Connel and Miss Daisy Rainbolt. The pali bearers were, W. C. Wood, Harry Keldell, Will Cav anaugh, A. E. Seignor, Bud Copeland and Doc Jenkins. The funeral wa largely attended. The News extends condolence to the bereaved. . V....

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 April 1912

TURNED BUND ALMOST FELL Mrs. Hansen Says At First Her Case Seemed Hopeless, but She Finally Won Out Mobile, Ala. 'Tor seven year," Mr Mrs. Sigurd Hansen, of this city, "I suffered with womanly troub les, and, at last, was operated on. I felt better for a time, but soon I had the same trouble as before. I had dizzy spells, and would turn blind and almost fall over. I had pains In my back and side, and was not able to work. Half the time I could not eat any breakfast, and I always felt weak and had a headache. One day, my husband pot me a bot tle of Cardul, and I tried It. I felt better, so I took Borne more. Now, I am well and feel fine. My doctor says I am looking better than ever. I have a good appetite and sleep well. It Is all due to Cardul. T only wish very suffering woman would try It. They would soon feci as good as I do." You may be sure, when Cardul will relieve and cure such a serious case as that of Mrs. Hansen, that It will, much more quickly and certainly, help those wom...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 April 1912

IS THE PAIN THERE ? m i.IKK unent In brtiBlilna clothes, and waahlna- crocked. """ "xi'.plnj flnora a life which the proud of the earth would have treated a the dimt under their rent- a life nnnnt at the clerk's desk; a life 'apent In the narrow shop: a life' aprnt In the labor erg hut, may yet be a life ao enibled by Ood'a loving mercy that for the -sake of It a king might gladly yield hla crown. ,-. p.rr-r ECONOMY IN LIVINa In these days of high prices It U well to remind ourselves that meat Is an expensive luxury that can be cut In two. We do not need so much meat as we usually have served. A pound of meat mixed with vegetables and served as a stow will be as satisfying as a fifty-cent steak which is often only half eaten and thrown out to the dog or Into the garbage can. We eat too much of proteld foods. It has been often proven that well masticated food eaten slowly will sat isfy the appetite on a third less than when It is hurriedly eaten. The over amount taxes tho bodily func...

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. — 4 April 1912

The Clovis News W. J. CURREN. Fmtor A. L. CURREN. TERMS OF SPBSCRIPTION One Year $1.00 Six Months 50 Interested in Sunshine State That the many people in ev ery section of the country and Mexico are interested in the Sunshine State ll indicated by Hip fact that the weekly bulletin of the New Mexico bureau of Immigration in the last issue contained the names and addres- ses of nearly 400 people who are anxious for literature and other descriptive matter of the oppor tunities and resources to be found in this state. The names contained in the bulletin are of people rosidinpr in other sections who have written to the bureau of immigration for literature. Like other states. New Mexico has established this bureau for the purpose furnishing inform ation to the outsiders with the idea that it will assist in attract ing people to the Sunshine state. Thousands of inquiries are re ceived from month to month by this bureau, the inquiries com ing from people in every state of the union and from...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 April 1912

ft ). :ore 148 eral rom Am baf- ICIMSIME MBl SALE Many people have availed themselves of the opportunities offered them to buy good goods at cheap prices at the opening of our sale. While many articles in our stock have been sold there are plenty of good things left. Space does not permit us to mention only a few, but if you will call at our store we show you plenty of bargains. Fireless Cookers Above Vmnmicn tn trfinr fiinl Hill . JUHVIIIIiKj VII T Ulll i.i. ' 1 hying a fireless cooker. We have only a few of them worth $12.50, :hat are going at $9.00 Refrigerators Hot weather will soon be here so come in and get one of our refrig erators while you can get them cheap. $7.50 Ice Chests - - $5.25 12.50 " - - 9.00 11.50 Refrigators - 8.00 12.50 " - - 9.00 15.00 " - 11.00 17.50 Automatic Refrigiators 12.75 20.60 v " " 15.00 Gasoline Stoves We have only a few in stock but we can save you money while they last. ALWAYS INSURES A LOW TEMPERATURE 1 Burner Gasoline Stoves 2 3 2 " Ranges 3 - 2...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 April 1912

Christain Church CLOSING OUTfi Old Timers Are Busy 6:30 Christian Endeavor. The experience of the old timers, men who have been in Clovis since the city was founded, teaches them that now is the time to buy property before the price advances and while they can get such desirable locations as we are now offering in The Liebelt Addition During the past two weeks a number of these old timers have been busy. They have bought a num ber of lots; some expect to build homes, while others bought for investment. What about you? Don't procrastinate! You expect to buy some time. Then get in while you can get a choice site. Prices as be fore. Terms to suit purchaser. The Mansfield-Claiborne Co., Presbyterian Church. Anthem h ture's Easter. Na- ening. The Ladies Aid of the church will have an Easter sale of good home made dainties at Mear's Drug store Saturday. Pastor. INCORPORATE!! W. I Office Over First National Bank. Owners Liebelt Addition Mansfield, Sales Manager Clovis, New Mexico. - ,-T. i...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 April 1912

Notice For Publication urm-Coal Land, department of the Interior. U B land office I t. Sumner N. M., March 13, 1918. Votlce k hereby siren that Danial M.. Simmons i.r i.invie, New Mexico, who. on Nor. ISth 1905. mslr homestead entry, serial no. 01MJ, for northeast quarter, section K township 2 north rinmSJFIml, Naw Mexico Principal meridian has AM notice of Intention to makr flnul Ave year proof, to establish claim to tna land above described before William J. Cnrren, U. 8. Commissioner, in hid office. st r,'"li. New Mexico, on tha 2nd days of May, 1912. Claimant names as wltnaaaaa: Benjamlq P. Hall, Danial L, More. Pete Mc Danlel. Preston Worlay all of Clovis. N. M Arihur Cnrran, Raciater. Notice for Publication. Non-Coal Land Department of the Intarior, U. 8. Land Office at Fort Sumner. N. M March IS. 1912. Notice la hereby (riven that ames fl. Mosher of Mel rose, N. M.. who on Jan. 7, 19(17. made Home stead s risl 02100. for the Northeast quarter and on November II, 1909. made Ho...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 April 1912

WHERE DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound Restored Mr. Green's Health Her Own Statement Covington, Ma "Your medicine has done me more good than all the doe r's medicines. At 'ery monthly period I had to stay in bed four days because of hemorrhages, and my back was so weak I could hardly walk. I have been taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and now I can stay up and do my work. I think it is the beat medicine on earth for women." Mrs. Jennie Green, Covington, Mo. How Mrs. Cllne Avoided Operation. Brownsville, Ind. "I can say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done me more good than anything else. One doctor said I must be opera ted upon for a serious female trouble and that nothing could help me but an operation. "I had hemorrhages and at times could not get any medicine to stop them. I got in such a weak condition that I wouid have died if I had not got relief soon. "Several women who had taken your Compound, told me to try it and I di...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Clovis news. — 4 April 1912

8YNOP9I9. The story open In a Confederate tent sat a Tltlcal stage of the Civil War. Oen. 1m Imp!" to Capt. Wayne an Important jnrsMfo to Iai 'KRtn-et. Accompanied by Herxt. Craig, at. old army scout. Wayne Mite on hU m'sstort. They get within rthe Ilnea of the enemy and In the dark iwi Wayne Is taken for a Federal of iflcer and a young lady on horseback la lven In hie charge. Bhe Is a northern jglrl and attempts to escape. One of the horse eucciimh and Craig goes through -with the dispatches, while Wayne and My XjMy of the North are left alone. They awek shelter In a hut and entering It In the dark a huge mastiff attacks Wayne The girl ahoot the brute Just In time. rTha owner of the hut. Jrd Bungay, and his wife appear and soon a party of horsemen approach. They are led by a nan claiming to be Fled Lowrle, but who proves to be MaJ. Brennan. a Federal officer whom the Union girl recognize. We order the arrest of Wayne as a spy and he Is brought before Sheridan, who threaten him with...

Publication Title: Clovis News, The
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