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Some Startling Prices!
Right at this sale which lasts from Saturday, June 27, to Saturday, July 4th is your opportunity to replenish your supply -OF THE- Best Groceries on the Market LOOK AT THESE! 25c Red Salmon - 20c 15c Pink Salmon - 10c 25c bottle Chow Chow 20c 25c Lilly Hot Reich - - 20c 65c Heinz Cherry Preserves - 50c 45c bottle Heinz Mushroom Catsup 35c 35c pint jar Peach Preserves 25c 15c can Corn, the best 10c 25c Club House Peas 20c Silk Soap, 7 bars 25c 10 lb can Cottolene $1.35 4 lb " " - - 60c 10 lbs White Karo Syrup - 55c $1.00 gallon M. Apricots - 75c 1 lb tin Jam ... 10c 1 lb Roasted Coffee 15c WE PAY 17 1-2 CENTS FOR FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Remember the date the prices are effective and save $ $ $ H arvey orris The Leading Main Street Grocers. Phone 25. Mrs. Dalton Reed, Hostess. Mrs. Dalton Reed commem orated their twelfth wedding anniversary Thursday, the 18th by entertaining a number of her friends at her bungalow home 300 N. Lane. The house was prettily decorated in sweet peas and carnations. Twelve ladies were present. The affair was a "Dinner Budge" and a seven course lun cheon was served. After the splendid repast, the hostess un tied the packages containing the many beautiful embroider ed gifts of linen, tokens ot appreciation and friendship from the guests. Mr. Reed also presented his wife with a set of cut glasses. The remainder of the after noon was devoted to seven games of bridge. Mesdames Scheurich and Tucker were win ners. Those to enjoy the hostess splendid hospitality were Mes dames Von Almen, Gibson. Duf fy, Pixley, Pritchard, Tucker. Scheurich, Mersfelder, Chap man, Schraeder, Clary and Lin-ley. Those to enjoy the occasion, were Mesdames Scheurich, Von Almen, Tucker, Pixley, Wm. Mersfelder, Reed, Clary and Pritchard. Surprise Party. Mrs. Von Alman was delight fully surprised Monday when Mrs. Chas. Scheurich entertain ed in honor of her birthday with a "handkerchief shower" at the Harvey House. Dr. and Mrs. Von Almen, as usual went to their noon meal at the Harvey House, suspect ing nothing unusual, Mrs. Von Almen accepted Mrs. Pritchard invitation to go to the parlor, where to her surprise, the guests were awaiting her. All repaired to the spacious dining room where a dinner es pecially prepared for the occa sion was served. After dinner the hostess es corted the ladies to the parlors where a most enjoyable after noon was spent. j New Superintendent For The Harvey House System. J. S. Baylis, formerly super intendent of the southern divis ion of the Ford Harvey system, has been apnointed superintend ent of the Harvey house divison. extending from Colorado Spring Colo., to El Paso and has taken up his new duties. He succeeds the late E. T. Plowman, and will have his headquarters at East Las Vegas, N. M. Mr. Baylis is expected to visit El Paso at an early date to inspect the local Harvey house. W. O. Roose, the popular ex press man, will leave Saturday for Victor Colo., where he has accepted a more lucrative posi tion with an express company there. Mr. and Mrs. Ro se will be greatly missed i n Clovis, where they have many friends, who wish them much happiness in their new home. Mrs. W. B. Cramer left this week for points in Kansas to vis it relatives. M. E. Weis. one of the sturdy farmers of the northwest coun try was a visitor in the city, Satnrday. W. W. and J. M. Metcalf, of near Hollene, were in the city Tuesday after harvesting sun- plies and enrolled as News sub scribers. Mr. Metcalf has a fine crop of wheat this season. The Lyceum has been having extra attractions this week. "The Three Musketeers" on Tuesday evening and the Shadow of the Cross" on Wed nesaay ana inursday evening were much enjoyed by the theatre goers. Hayden Croft, the well known jeweler, has packed his belong ings and gone to Amarillo to hang out his shingle and make his future home. Good luck to you Johnnie. We will not say good bye because we expect you back they all come back t o Clovis, the best town i n the West. Bull Andrews a Candidate. Albuquerque. N. M., June 18. W. H. Andrews, former dele gate in congress from New Mexico tonight announced he would be a candidate for con gress when he was presented with a petition signed by 1000 republicans urging him to get in the race. He was chair man of the Pennsylvania State Republican Committee in 1889. No. Time Table 113.. Ar. from Chicago, Kan sas city, Wichita, Amarillo and points east 10:50 a. m. 113 . Dep. for Melrose, Fort Sumner, VaugnMountain air, Belen, Albuquerque and points west 11:20 a. m. 114.. Ar. from Pecos, Carls bad, Roswell and Portal es 10:55 a. m. 1 14.. Dep. for Amarillo, Wich ita, Kansas citv, Chicago and points east 11:45 a. m. 117.. Ar. from Chicago, Kan sas city, Wichita, Amaril lo and points east. -12:15 a. m. 117.. Dep. for Portales, Ros well, Carlsbad and Pecos 11:25 a. m. 118.. Ar. from Albuquerque, Mountainair, Ft Sumner, Melrose and points west 4:30 a.m. 118.. Dep. for Amarillo, Wich ita, Kansas city( Chicago and points on Coleman cut-off 4:35 a. m Grand Entertainment July 4th At Martin's Lake, 15 Miles North East of Clovis, N.E 1:4 Section 14,4-36 Programme Forenoon Singing .... "America" Prayer Address Music - - - Orchestra Singing .... "Hail Columbia" Declaration of Independence Singing - "Star Spangled Banner" Music - - - . Orchestra Amusements Fat Man's Race Boys' Sack Race, 10 to 15 yrs Young Ladies' Hen Race. Walking Contest to stake and return. Cake Walk, Boys and Girls to 12 yrs. Boys' Foot Race. 8 to 12 yrs. Girls' Foot Race. 8 to 12 yrs. Little Boys' Egg Kace, to 8 yrs. Little Girls' Potato Race, to 8 yrs. Burro Race, 200 yards and return. testant to ride his own burro. Potato Race on horses. 75 yards 50 yards 200 yards 100 yards (n con- Water Sports Boys and Girls Boat Race, across lake and return. Boys Swimming Contest. Girls Swimming Contest. Boys Tub Race. Water Basket Ball. Reports are current that one of our leading young business men is married, and is now on his honeymoon trip. Well, we'll wait and see. Garden Hose and Garden tools. Phone 72. W. I. Cummins and F. C. Miller were in Clovis the first of the week, representing the Underwood Typewriter Co., ami placed several new machine among our business men. Mrs. Mattie Hammond ami daughter Miss Vera, arrived tlu early part of the week from Leu Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Hammoml will again take charge of th Crescent Hotel, in this city. THE HOME of Quality Groceries When For A Meal You Have A Guest You will want to serve the very best THE KIND WE SELL! A fine meal is half the entertainment A Car of Soft and Hard Wheal 3 Flour. The "Dictator" Brand. We ? guarantee it. Our business is growing by leaps and bounds .... There's a reason. J. R. FROST & SONS Next Door to P. O. Phone No. 36