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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 staying until Christmas. C. V. Steed, the undertaker, went to Fort Sumner Wednes day to attend the melon day festivities. Mrs. E. R. Hart entertained a number of the young people Monday night in honor of her sister Miss Maggie Bruce. Mrs. Harry Springfield re turned Thursday from a trip to Denver, where she has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Abe Meek. I want to buy some second hand posts at a very early date. Write me at once or call on me at Claud, New Mexioo. W. B. Shipley. Mrs. Appleman, mother of the Misses Ata and Orpha Apple man returned Monday from a trip to Winfield, Kansas where she has been visiting her daugh ter. . GOATS FOR SALE. Five hun dred long wooled Angora Goats; thirteen head of tine Shropshire Sheep; three splendid rams. Address (Mrs.) James C. Stewart, Portales, New Mexico. Route 1 Box 4. 2t Caught a Bad Cold. "Laal winter my uoa caugrnt a very bad cold and the wi.j he coughed wan Homething drmd ful." writaa lira. Sarah E. Duncan, of Tipton, Iowa "We thought aura he wa. going into consumption. We bought ju.t one bottle of Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy and (that oue bottle .topped hi. cough and cured hU cold completely." t'or sale by Ail Druggills. Havener Notes. Messrs. Harry and George Birdsall transacted business in Portales, Monday. Mrs. Ella Lett kept store for Mr. W. W. White Tuesday af ternoon while he and Mr. Bert Eahleman, accompanied by Mrs. Memhart and daughter, of Clovis, went rabbit hunting The Havener farmers are getti g better satisfied every year. It has been pretty dry but crops are good. Messrs. Geo. Biadsall, Jr. Frank Magee, John Stanford and Nels Ander son among the number who have bought binders this fall. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Shoup took dinner at the J. A. McCor mick home. Sunday. Work is progressing nicely on the new school house and the Havener people are very proud to have a school house of their own again. School begins Oct. 20th with Mr. C. C. Ford for teacher. He taught at Blacktower several years and is known as a go )d teacher. Mr. Wm. Eshleman is enlarg ing his barn this week. Viotti Croft, who has been employed during the summer by Attorney Harry Patton as stenographer, left Sunday for Albuquerque where he will en ter high school and expects to graduate this teim. Free Baking School The Magic City Furniture Co. invite the ladies of Clovis to attend a Free Baking School at their store beginning Thursday, Sept. 1 1th and continuing until Sept. 1 7th. Mrs. E M. Aldrich, an expert in the art of prac tical and economical baking will prepare and serve new and delicious dainties. Seats will be provided so you may sit in comfort. Lectures each afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30. Monday's menu will consist of Health Club Tea Biscuits, Devil's Food Cake, Corn Bread, Doughnuts, Health Club Special Cake. A Standard Glass Measuring Cup will be given each lady returning to the Baking School the front part of the label which reads "25 oz. One Spoon" taken from a 25 oz. can of Health Glub Baking Powder "For Success in Every Baking'' PROFESSIONAL DR. A. L. DILLON Physician & Surgeon Special attention to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and Fitting: Glasses. Over First National Bank, Office Phone 15.1. Ht-fridence Phone 5. Clovis, - - - New Mex. Dry in Tennessee. Miss Francis B. Morgan, of Watrace, Tennessee writes the Newts regarding conditions in Tennessee. Watrace, Tenn. Sept. 4. 1913 News. Clovis, N. M. Glad to hear of such splendid rain there. Here the crops are ruined from the dry hot weather. Hoes and cattle are being dis pos d of at a sacrifice because of crop failure and scarcity of water. Like Mrs. Benton, by expe rience, I have learned that the prairies are the nearest ideal place for home. The sand storms are pleasant amusement compared with the storms of this country. The News is ever a welcome visitor. It keeps fresh in mind the faces of th"ae we have known in other days. Many good wishes to the News and its force. Miss Frances B. Morgan. D. D. Swea r i n g i n of the firm of Dra. Presley A Sweartngin of Roswell will be in Clovis from the 10th to 20th ot each month treating diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and Fitting Glasses. DR. H. R. GIBSON Osteopath Treats all diseases both acute and chronic. Special attention given to diseases of women. PATIENTS EXAMINED FREE Office over Skidmore Drug Store Office Phone 383. Res. 390 Clovis, New Mexico. L. A. Dickman, m. d. ...Physician & Surgeon... Office opposite Antlers Hotel Office phone 53. Res. 219. ...I ALSO FIT GLASSES... Clovis, ... - New Mex. Remember The Clovis Studio for all kinds of PHOTO WORK Your patronage solicited W. E. Copeland FIRST - LAST and ALWAYS The Clovis National Bank "THE BANK THAT ACCOMODATES" STATE and A. T. & S. F. DEPOSITORY ALWAYS CONSERVATIVE. ALWAYS SAFE. WE HAVE IT Just what you want in Fresh Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Produce. The Blue Front. Phone 36 Next door to P. O. Clovis Cash Grocery Co. McCormick and Deering binders, twine and repairs at Barry Hardware Co. WE SELL at Wholesale or Retail Corn Meal, Chops, Maize Chops and Kaffir Chops. All kinds of fed. Chicktn and hog feed We can do your threshing now Clovis Mill, J. B. WAITS, Prop.