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00" r I n 1 f m ft race M.I i 15 Bargain Days o Beginning Nov. 4th. Ending Nov. 19th. o 15 Bargain Days You will find the "things" that count at THE MODEL GROCERY, price, quality and courteous-treatment to all. For the next 15 days we are offering toe public some ex-, ceedindy bw prices on good dependable groceries. The cry of "hard times" that seem to be over the south and east has not affected us in the least; our business was never better and we are showing our appreciation of same by giving you the most of the best for the least. Below are a lew-01 trie many uaiaiua w uc wiv, v-,. Irish Potatoes, per hundred Sweet Potatoes " " Sugar, 14 pounds Rio Coffee, 6 pounds -Peaberry Coffee, 4 pounds V: B. H. Tomatoes, No. 3 can $1.65 $2.00 $1.00 $1.00 90c 10c Hominy, No. 3, per can - - 10c String Beans, Victory brand, can 7 l-2c Red Pitted Cherries, per gallon 90c Apples, this year's crop, per gal. 30c Pie Apples and Peaches, No. 3 10c Swift Premium Hams, per pound 22c We have iust received U shipment of the celebrated Beech-Nut brand canned goods, prmQiQtino- of Jellies Beans, Mustard, Peanut Butter, Vinegar, Catsup, etc., etc., etc.! REMEMBER JfflGHBOT MARm PRICE for all, kinds of PRODUCE! X-SPECIAL! To everyone buying $10.00 bill of grocerie. during thi. sale, we will give 20 pounds of Sugar for $1.00! ...THE MODEL GROCERY... a r AUSTIN. Proprietor . . "strictly cash sale- - Phone No. 29. NiMH A Mavo Bradfield was in Clo vis the early part of the week, making arrangements for his attraction the "Gilpon Bradfield Stock Co." to play atthe Lyceum Theatre, 3 nights next week starting next Monday Nov. 16th. Mrs. Bradfield (Rose Ainsworth) will be remembered by Clovis people as living here for two months a year ago last summer. The Texas State Bank., of Farwell is a Guaranty Fund Bank." tf- Mrs. Geo. Calhoun, mother of Mrs. C. A. Mallard, who re cently fell and sustained a fractured shoulder, is reported rapidly improving. Texico-Farwell has five wheat buyers this season. Their names will be sent you upon your request to the Texas State Bank of Farwell. tf Now is the time for the mer chants to begin their holiday ad vertising. It will not be long until Christmas. See the $15 special Suits at Kendall's. Edward Nye returned Tues day from Carkbad where he has been visiting friends. (?) LOST-A black fur collarette on Oct. 26ih at Elk Hall. For further particulars, inquire at this oflko. Len Turrentine and De Verne Douglass have returned to .Clo vis after seeing a good portion of the United Slates. Mainsprings replaced for $1.00 Why pay more? J. M. Hook Watchmaker. Clovis. N. M. tf We are in receipt of a letter from Mrs. E. Ogden, in which she said that the attended the Dry Farming Congress, which was held at Wichita, Kansas, in October and that she was re ally proud of the showing made by the Sunshine State, and would come back next spring for keeps. House News. See the $10.00 special coats at Kendall's. Father Kopp returned to Ros- well, Friday. Mrs. Paul Mersf elder, received word that her sister, Mrs. Will Wilson was seriously ill at Wich ita, Kansas, and will leave at once to be at her bedside. Messrs. Tom Clary and wife and John Barry and wife spent several days outing at the Breaks this week. See the $10.00 special Coats at Kendall's. W. K. T. Club met, Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Hackney in West Clovis. Mrs. T. J. Burns- worth was the only guest out side of the regular membership. Several pieces of finished em broidery .work was dis- plaved, The next meeting will be with Mrs. Await. Jewel Compound 10 lbs. for $1.00 at J. A. McFarlins Clovis Feed Store. tf Lfona Fine and Mrs. C. C, Jones were in Clovis, Monday from their claims 9 miles east of Clovis. Granulated siijiar 14 lbs. for $1.00 at J, A. McFarlins Clovis Feed Store. tf See the $15 special Suits at Kendall's. Miss Ella Curren entertained several guests at her home Monday evening. Tables were arranged for twelve guests. Rook and music were the ev ening's pleasures. At the conclusion -of the games, cake, chocolate and can dy were served. J. A. Willis was in town from Havener, Monday. Peaberry coffee 5 lbs. for $1.00 at J. A. McFarlins Clovis Feed Store, , frxuv-W J , Thresher and Harvest Sup plies. 3 ITS PLAIN SAILING for us, and it will be for you if you will per nit us to do your LAUNDRY WORK People who are particular are customers of ours, because we please them. We have the machinery and ski Med help to turn out Laundry work that cannot be equaled by anyone. Is it any wonder, therefore, that we do a large business? Clovis Steam Laundry South Main St. Phone 4 W COA Burns Right and the Price is Right! Our Dawson Coal has made a great "hit." The farmers want it! Everybody wants it! We handle four grades and have good storage bins. - We also handle WOOD. WHEN OUT OF COAL PHONE 131 THE CLOVIS FUEL YARD W. F. SWARTZ, Proprietor. lTPl New Mexico Educational falSl A 7J Aissuciauuii VLJJAlbuaueraue. N. M. Nov. 21 to 25. 1914 For the above occasion tickets will be on sale Clovis to Albuquerque and return, on November, 20 to 23. Good for return until Dec. 1st, at rate of $13 00 for the round trip. L. R. CONARTY, Agent. Mayo Bradfield, advance man for the Gilson-BradfieM Stock Co., left the early part of the week for.Amarillo and other points east, he will return to Clo vis during the play, which is scheduled here for iN'ov. 16th. Potatoes 100 lbs. for $1.G0 at the J. A. McFarlins Clovis Feed Store. tf Mrs. E. W. Tucker gave an in formal Auction Bridge Party, Monday afternoon. Dainty re freshments were served, J. R. Frost & Sons ha-ve gone out of the grocery busi ness. A Mr. Harrison, of Am arillo, is this week packing the remnants for removal. Charles Justus, the St Vrain Sheep king, was in t h e city Wednesday from his ranch. He has just returned from the Yeso country, where he went after a herd of bucks. E. A. Gurley and Family and Thos Davenport and Family went out to Stanley's place on the breaks Wednasday and re turned Snnday night. They went on a quail hunt but it devel op into a picnic party as Mr. Stanley rounded up about twenty five of the neighbors and they had a dance every night and hunted quail durirg the day. The entire party killtd about 200 quail.