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A. M. Lumpkins of Ft. Worth, Texas was here Monday. Jessie Warren of Topeka was here Monday. J. M. Barry of Denver was a Clovis visitor Tuesday. J. H. Croft made a business trip to Amarillo this week. Arch Deacon Warren will preach Thursday evening at the Episcopal church. Dr. A. L. Dickman is enjoying a visit from his mother of Miu neoplis, Minn. Rev. Reece will preach next Sunday afternoon at the Liberty School House. Mrs. S. L. Long, who has been residing in Ciovis, is mov ing to Tulia, Texas. Basket Ball nirls of the High School went to Hereford, Satur day. Just to remind you about that picture, don't forget the Clovis Studio at rear of Lyceum. It. Mrs. ,. K. Curren and daugh cr. Miss Anna, left Wednesday, for a short visit with relatives in Kansas. Messrs. W. J. Curren and W. A. Foyil went to Tucumcari, Saturday returning the early part of the week. Mr and Mrs. F. W. Strange left Tuesday for Smithville, Texas, to make their future home. M. E, Veis, who has a good farm northwest of town, was in the city the first of the week on a shopping expedition. The Clovis Studio will do your photo work on short notice. Kodak d'avelopin? a specialty, 2t Mrs. John Anderson is taking care of the home of Mrs. Michel, her sister, during her absence in Wichita, Kansas. W. F. Cummins, traveling representative of the Under wood Typewriter Company was in Clovis several d lys the first i the week. Jewel Kimberlin and wife re turned to their home in Senti nel. Okla., after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends in this city. Bert Mackey, of Woodward. OkU., passed through the city Friday from Artesia, where he had ben visiting, enroute home. John Dunlup, a prosperous farmer living 18 miles north west of Clovis left on 11:45 train for Colinsville, Okla., on business. ill return in about 10 days. Mrs. Pattie Holland and daughter, Mrs. Henry Michel, left Wednesday for Wichita, Kansas, to be at the bedside of Mrs. Holland's daughter, Mrs. Mona Beck, who is critically ill with pneumonia. Mrs. W. A. Looper returned Thursday morning from Fitz hugh, Oklahoma after four months visit with her son, A. B. Looper. Mrs. Looper says she is glad to be back and is sat isfied to live in New Mexico. A. E. Siegner left last week for Nebraska points for the purpose of bringing homeseek ers and land buyers into this section of the state. Mr. Sieg ner is representing the Stewart Land Company of Clovis and an irrigation company of Tor-tales. I WHITE GOODS We have received our Spring line of White Goods, in Flaxons, Crepes, Ratines, Dimity, Persian Linens and India Linens. Also a new line of Spring Patterns in Silks and Fancy Dress Goods. We cordially invite all of our friends and customers to visit our store and see the New Merchandise we are showing for Swing 1914. We will have a more complete line of goods to show you this year than ever before. $6.98 SPECIAL We have 10 Ladies' Suits left in Blue and Brown Serges and Bro cades. Most of them the new fall styles. Values $12.50 to $25.00. while they last, your choice for $6.98 See our south window. Ginghams We have received 100 pieces of Gingham for Spring. All nice new patterns, a dandy value for 12 per yard, for the next ffw days we will sell this at 10c Dr. Westerfield i s suffering from a sprained ankle. Dr. J. P. Caster and- Mr. But terfield. of Topeka. Kansas, were in Clovis last week in specting the hospital. For Sale-Lot 6. bloik 62. Clovis. Make me an offer. C. H. McDonald, Roaring Springs, Texas. 3tp Mrs. A. L. Await, wife of County Clerk Await, was visit ing on their rarch near Melrose, this week. Of course Miss Await went along too. On February fi r t doctors, Westerfield, Scott. Haney and Swearingin will move their offi ces to the second floor of the old Worley Building, now occu pied by Grisemore & Osborne. LOST. -List Thursday morn- ine-a Rebekah pin. Return to News office. Mrs. E. F. Reynolds and two children, Miss Bessie and George r.rrived Friday from Texas Cily, toagain make Clovis their home. Thev are boarding at the Reidoria Hotel until their resi dence, which is rented, will be vacated. For Sale. -Good paying Drug Store in Albuquerque, N. Mex. Fine Location. Good Stock. In voice $4,000. Address P. O. Box 103, Albuquerque, N. Mex. The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. P. I. Baldridge at her home in this city on Thursday afternoon at 2:30. It will be the monthly missionary meet ing. "Uncle Jake" Reichart re turned from Kiowa county Ok lahoma last Saturday after an absence of some time. Mr. R"ichart has a fine farm north west of Clovis which he says now looks better to him than ever as conditions in Oklahoma arc deplorable and unless the farmers of that state make a good crop this year, many will have to leave. $6.98 Melrose Happenings Mr. Langheen and family, of McAlister, Okla., were in town, this week. Harry Brown made a trip to Magdalena, this week. Mrs. A. L. Orr has been sick. Mr. Orr was called in town and arrived Monday. Carl De Graftenreid has been visiting his mother and friends i n Melrose and returned t o school in Clovis Monday, morn ing. Carl Davis i s visiting his mother, here. A family by the name of Rosenbury moved in town this week. B. S. Everman was in town the first of the week. Chas. Burkes returned from Deming last week, C. Hart was i n town this week. Walt Williams, one of the Hart ranch boys, stuck a nail in his foot, which is causing him much trouble and pain. They have taken him to Portales. Mrs. Sarah Lay ton was i n town this week. Olton Kirby made a trip to Taiban, Wednesday. Ted Andrews, of Plainview, has been visiting relatives in Melrose. He returned Thurs day. W. C. Dorff, circulation man ager of the Albuquerque Herald, is in the city in the interest ot the big New Mexico daily. The Herald gives the Clovis people tne latest news in the morning, until the arrival of the noon train from Roswell and then the credit belongs to the Roswell Morning News. A meeting of the county as sessors of ..Chaves. Roosevelt, Curry and Eddy counties was held in Roswell last week at which time it was agreed to adopt a uniform tax rate on un-irrigated lands. County Assessor, Ambrose Ivey return ed from the meeting last Satur Special Prices! on all Winter Underwear, Sweat er Coats, Outing Gowns, Blank ets, Comforts, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, and all other Winter Merchandise. Buy winter goods while you can save money on your purchuses. Muslin Underwear We have the celebrated line of American Lady Muslin Under wear for Ladies in the Nainsook long cloths and Persian Lawns at prices that will astonish the most conservative buyer. The Government has posted up income tax notices about the postoffices and federal buildings. All country editors will please take notice and be prompt in making their returns. The Clovis capitalists are not making a fight for the location of a regional bank here but will remain contented to let such small places as Denver, Kansas City and Omaha fight over the matter. With extreme cold weather in the east, deep sniws in the north and destructive cloud bursts on the Pacific coat, New Mexicans are contented with azure skies, bright sunlight and haimy breezes. "Land of sun shine, warmth and light; Skies of azure, cloudless bright; From all storms and darkness free, thou twin land of Italy. Where the Rio Grande doeth flow, beautiful New Mexico." 5 U. S. Commissioner's Office W.J.CURREN FINAL PROOFS o CONTESTS o LEAVES OF ABSENCE O FILINGS, ETC. Three years experience in the Land Business. Claud Clipper V. C. Johnson is in Clovis this week on business, while there he will file on a fine 1-2 section in Curry county. Mr. Johnson and family reoently came here from Denver and the people of this vicinity are very glad to have such worthy people perma nently located with them, Mrs. Johnson is the daughter of one of our most successful farmers, J. P. Reichart. better known as "Uncle Jake." While enroute to Rosevalley school, where Miss BesseTrimbie of Claud teaches.- the rig i n which she and her brothers and sisters were riding, collapsed. Fortunatly no one w as hurt. J. P. Reichart returned from Oklahoma Sunday. We are glad Uncle Jake is home again. Mrs. Johnson visited Rose valley school, Tuesday. A. J. Kos left this week for Texas, on business. Mr. Kos expects to move his family there this fall. Mr. and Mrs. -Gurley of Clovis spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dannely, tak ing Mr. Johnson, an automobile expert, home with them to re build thi'ir car this week. Miss Josephine Dannely was in Clovis last week, filing on a quarter section of land joining her father. M. V. Pigman, this week, pur chased a fine short horn yearling bull from Mr. Hain line, which he has just shipped i n from Cameron, Mo. Better graded stock is being now hronght into this country. Mr. Hiinline is a brother of Alderman Lee Hiin line, of Clovis. Lost: One blue roan bronco mare about 8 years old branded II on left thigh. L'beral reward for information. 4 t pd, L. II. Sanders. Public Sale On Saturday, Jan. Rl, at 2:30 p m., on Clovis public square, we will sell to the highest bidder for cash, a Victor Piano, Mosler money safe, roll top desk, office chairs and tables, stenographers table and chair, etc. If you wish so buy or sell anything you should attend this sale. Perkins & Forres, Auctioneers. My furniture for sale. L. M. Caisidy. day.