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Think it Over and Get Busy At Once!
HERE IS A TIMELY SALE NOTED FOR ITS TRUE FACTS AND VALUES Hundreds of thrift 'wise buyers will find listed herewith, articles which they have been thinking of buying and will be among the throngs of early shoppers who, realizing the importance of this event will be here MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15th to take advantage of the marvelous saving chances which this occasion presents. S ile 0rirs promptly at 8:33 ftVoifc. Positively nn alterations of any kind will be made and nothing exchanged, and every purchase must be paid for before leaving the store. Sile will last u ti! every article is sold, as I, MRS. E. C. GRISAMORE, am withdrawing from the firm of GRISAMORE & OSBORNE, and must do so before leas expires. Watch this space each week for bargains and save money. You will find everything marked in plain figures as follows: $12.50 La-lies Skirts $9.75 $8.00 Ladies Silk Petticoats $6.52 Children's Flannette Petticoats 35cts gjj " I ' U n 3 , Ladies Sweater Coats at $2.98, $2.25, $1.50. 10.00 " " 7.75 S-50 " " " 2.98 ' Ladies American Beauty Corsets 9-00 " " 7.25 $1.75LadiesKlosfitPetticoats $1.25 Lot No 1 $1.75 8.50 " " 7.00 1.35 " Heatherbloom " 98 Lot No 2 1.25 7.00 " " 5.15 1.00 " " " 75 Lot No 3 60 6.50 and 6.00 " 5.10 1.75 " Knit " 1.25 Ladies Madame Grace Corsets 2.98 5.00 " 3.98 1.25 " " 98 Also see sales pries i on Lidie3, Missf3 and 4.00 " . 3 49 1.00 " Flannette " 75 Girls Suits and Coats. Keep the above prices before you, and remsmber the date and hour of sale. Special Prices on Hats, Feathers, Plumes, Ribbons, and in fact everything in the Millinery Line. Also Cut prices on all Furs and Holiday Goods. .... GRISAMORE & OSBORNE Local and P ersonaJ Holiday presents at Luikarts. was 1 1 i Coe Howard, of Portales, in town, Wednesday. Dr. H. P. Oliver was in town Thursday from Farwell. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Cur tis Higginj, Tuesday, a 91b boy. Willard Hurd, of Roswell, was in town Thursday on busi ness. Harry Stonehill and wife left Thursday for Ohio to spend th holidays. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Havel!, Saturday, a 9 1-2 lb boy. Mrs. K. C. Kirby. of Melrose, was a Clovis visiter in the city this week. Judge G. L. Reese, of Por taleB, was in Clovis Thursday on business, Born. To the wife of Fred Rathert a son, Saturday, Dec. 20th. Mr. and Mrs. Cregg, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs Swartz left Thursday for Pennsylvania. Mrs. Moss, of Melrose, spent several days in the city this week visiting her son, Ben Moss. Mrs. J. E. Linley left Tues day for Kansas Citv and other points in Missouri to visit relatives. There will be a ChristmaB tree at the Lyceum on Christmas eve. Patrons of the popular theatre will have the privilege of putting presents on the tree for their friends, and children will be remembered with candy J. L. Sparks of Havener was in town, Monday. Rev. A. B. Atwood, of Albu querque, was in Clovis, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Strange, of Kansas, are visiting friends in Clovis, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pearce left Tues day for Roswell after spending their honeymoon in Kansas. W. A. Hunt, of Dallas, Texas, was a Clovis visitor the latter part of the week. More candy than ever before for your selection at the Par rish Kandy Kitchen. It J. B. Briscoe left Monday for Wichita, Kansas. Dame Ru mor has it that he will not re turn alone. Christmas Gifts at Luikarts. 1 t Mr. Hodge Moore who has been in Chicago for some years is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Moore and will spend the winter in Clovis. Christnas is coming so is Santa Clau8.The gifts can be found at Luikarts. 1 1 Did you see Kathleen Ma- vourneen at the Lyceum, Wed nesday night. Well, if you didn't you missed a treat. The Wed nesday night films seem to be extra good. Mrs. AshcJaft and little son returned from Shanute, Kansas, where they have been visiting' her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robertson who has been visiting Bert Cur less and wife, left Monday for Arizona. Mrs. Robertson and Mrs. Curless are sisters. In the Spirit of Christmas Jollity. Many a woman is known by the Christmas presents she takes back to be exchanged. If there is a Christmas season in heaven the department store clerk will hardly want to go there. The woman who looks for the price mark on her ' present generally gets mad if she finds it. A good thing about some Christmas presents is tfcat they don't last more than a day or two. People who pu off buying things they really need until af ter Christmas hardly ever find them in their stockings. Some people don't permit their children to believe in San ta Claus because they selfishly want all the credit themselves. If Santa Claus were a wo man Christmas would always have to be postponed for a few days while she administered the finishing torches. Some Turkeys The Clovis Creamery a ij d Poultry Exchange, shipped 1.500 Turkeys for the Thanksgiving trade and have orders to ship 2,000 for the Christmas trade. They paid 12 l-2cts per pound for thanksgiving turkeys and will pay 11 cts for Christmas birds. Hgs on foot are selling at 6 1-2 cts. ' Dressed shoulders, 12 1-2 cts and dressed hams 14 to 15 cts. Whole carcass about 11 cts. Eggs 50 cts per dozen. PREPARING FOR SANTA DRAY and TRANSFER All Kinds of Dray and Transfer Work Will appreciate a portion of your Patronage Phone 101. W. E. PERKINS