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Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! If you expect to take advantage of our Special Sale Closes May 31, 1913 RIBBONS the best selected stock in Clovis. The lowest prices because we bought them right. See our new Bulgarian sjtyle rib bons. They are the latest. . . Grisamore j& Osborne Mr. and Mrs. T. M. MacCork indale left Saturday for a four munths tour of European coun tries. They will visit Germany, England and Ireland and spend some months in his old child hood home at Campbelltown, Scotland. Mac has been a boilermaker at the Santa Fe shops the past year. Their friends in Clovis regret to have them leave. Miss Magdalene Hamphreyj left Sunday to visit her sister at Portales. Santa Fe Agricultural Demonstration Work. It is asserted by the New Mexico Field man, H. C. Mc Cowen, of the Santa Fe agricul tural department with head quarters at Amarillo, Texas, that the Clovis co-operating far mers outnumbered the co-operators in any one of the other 31 New .iexico towns where this work is done. And "thanks for the efforts of the Commercial Club which selected most of the men. These formers rank among the best and most intel ligent it is the Santa Fa's pleas ure to work with at any town. Here is the list: W. F. Braswell. early amber corn, two acres; brown crowder cowpeas, two acres. J. W. Eller. (Blacktower) white dwarf milo, five acres; black amber cone, two acres; Z. N. Harvey. Santa Fe dwarf kaffir, five acres; feterita, thirty acres. J. D. Hopper, red dwarf milo. five acres; feterita, three acres. Wm. I. McConnell, Santa Fe dwarf kafir, five acres; feterita, three acres. J. N. Parrett, Santa Fe dwarf kafir five acres, white dwarf milo fivo acres. F. W. F. Snell, Santa Fe dwari kaffr, five acres; white dwarf milo, five acres. L. J. Skarda. Santa Fe dwarf kafir. five acres; red dwarf milo five acres. Texico ranks second in the number of demonstrators, ihere being six farmers who re ceived seed from the Santa Fe agricultural department as an inducement to practice improv ed farming methods. The Texico farmers are J. W. Bynum A. L. King. Andrew J. Moor man, J. Simpson Morgan. Al bert Pratt, Triplett Bros. Two farmers at Havener, Robt. Byrnes and Anton Hank house are also co-operators. Messrs. Roy Morgan and Leo Evans have purchased the tailoring shop formerly owned by Mr. Anderson and will con tinue to conduct the business. Good Times Here. If any one has occasion to doubt the above caption, they should go straight forth to Wismiller.s or to Barry Hard ware Company and inquire about business conditions. Barry sold two Ford automo biles last week in addition to a number recently sold and their hardware and implement busi ness is on the increase. Their demonstration of the fireless cooker recently delight ed the ladies and was all that could be expected. A greater demand for the fireles cooker will undoubtedly follow this demonstration. W. Wismiller, likewise is en joying a splendid business. He has sold an even forty John Deere corn planters this spring and his line of buggies and har ness is moving at the sam ra tio. Prospects were never bet ter, good times prevail and the people of Currv County are happy and contented. The Lakewood Pi ogress in commenting upon the "dutch lunch" advertised by some of the church ladies says; The Iadie3 of a certain church in a neighboring town not long ago advertised a 'Dutch Lunch.' Now we have never attended but one kind of dutch lunch, in fact we don't know of but one kind, and from our experience with dutch lunches (and we've had some) the main item which makes a dutch lunch worth while, is something that ladies, and especially church ladies, are averse to using, or allowing their husbands to use when they can prevent it. So we have been wondering what those ladies served in lieu of the "mainest thing" in a Dutch Lunch. Wanted: Lady to sell our goods at Clovis, on commission; good proposition. Write Grand Union Tea Co., Denver, Colo. M2i J 19. War in Mexico Damages New Mexico. The vast majority of the citi zens of the United States do noi know the difference between the Spanish-American citizens of New Mexico and the average men of old Mexico . Of a truth, there is a va-st difference. Men tally and physically, the New Mexican native is far superior. The railroad construction bosses claim that one native New Mexican is worth threr laborers from old Mexico, In nearly all the construction camps it will be found that the foremen are native New Mexicans. Back in the great cities, all people of Mexican decent are classed the samv. Just as "all coons look alike ' So the state of New Mexico - especially to the ignorant is looked upon as an undesirable place for immi gration and investment at the present time, when in fact, con ditions here were never better than now. Anarchy reigns in Mexico. The poor are suffering. Women and children in a short time will be starving. Thousands have been butchered. It is a well known fact here in New Mexico -that a great majority of the poor people in Mexico would wekome intervention to restore order. This is also known in the state of Texas, in the border counties. Mean'ime our native people and state have an undeservedly ill repu tation, in all the centers of population. -Lis Vegas Demo crat. Wells Fargo & Co., have put on anew horse and wagon to deliver express. The wagon is black with the company's name in gold letters. The wagon has been here for some time but the horse was just received Monday. Chelsea Forbes will have charge of the delivery of express. Miss Anna McMahon arrived, Sunday fn.m Carlsbad where she has completed a n est suc cessful year teaching scho c). Mr.'C. J. Quante made a business trip to St. Louis last week. He came back with the opinion that there are lots worse countries than New Mexico. T. Smith, of Melrose, was in town Thursday. Rheumatism Quickly Cured. "My titter' hu.twnd had an attack at rh.u matiam In hia arm " writes a well known ra' dent ot Newton, Iowa. ' I cave him a bottle of Cnajubarlln'i Liniment which he applied tn hla arm and on the next mom n the rheumatism waa cone" For chronic mu.cular rheumatism you will rind nothing bettr tqen Chan berlain'a Liniment Sold by AH Drucslata. 3 THE DIRECTORS 3 OF THIS BANK are successful business men. Men experienced in the handling of financial affairs. They give time and care to the workings of the bank- -the safeguarding of all funds entrusted to its care. Fully realizing that each and every ac count, on our books, be it large or smll, has its influence in the up building of our town and commu nity, they respectfully solicit your account. The American Bank & Trust Co. Skidmore Drug Co. . Headquarters For Imperial Crown Toilet Preparations. Every preparation backed with a Guarantee. Our Drugs and Drug Sundries line is complete in every respect. A trial in our store is to become a regular customer. Our MUSIC stock is a line of the very latest. Call in and have some of them played over and then make your selection. Make our Store your Headquarters while i r. town. SKIDMORE DRUG CO. WT O TI TnMrn Successor to -.- JOHNSON & TURNER General Merchandise 2 Groceries, Dry Goods, Furni ture, Queensware, Fruits, Vege tables, etc. A New Stock at Right Prices Once a customer, always a customer because we give you A SQUARE DEAL Buy right and avoid high expensive prices. We deliver free to any part of the city. W. S. Turner Phone 377 South Main St.