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Ail it TO 11 Mi Saturday, November 7th, 8 A. M. to Friday, November 20th, 6 P. M. We are overstocked in Ladies' Suits and Coats and are going to make a general reduc tion in order to dispose of a limited number of them. They will have to go at this special sale. We will make the price right to move them at once, the quality we guar antee is the very best and in make-up style and finish they are unexcelled. It's now up to you Ladies' Suits from $10.00 up. Ladies' Coats from $5.00 up. MILLINERY SALE Everything in the Millinery department going at special reduced prices. When we ad vertise special reduced prices, we mean just what we say. Hats from $1.00 up. A fine line of Plumes in black4 and colors at one-half price. $12.00 Plumes now $6.00. WE ARE GOING TO MOVE BACK INTO THE JACKSON BUILDING where we will have more commodious quarters, but we must first reduce our stock. Grisamore & Osborne Died. Jacob D. Thoma. age 78 died at the home of hU son It. L Thomas, last Tuesday. The lemains were shipped to his old Lome in Oluslee. Okla., Wed nesday. Mr. Thomas proved up on a Rood 320-acre farm a few miles south of town and his Clovis friends will learn with regret of his death a he was n honorable gntlemn h tu highest sense that term implies. Those left to mourn the loss fa father are. Will Thomas. R. L. Thomas, Mrs. M. B. Tur ner, of Post City, Texas, all of whom were present when the final summons came, and Mrs. W. W, Jones, of Lampasas, Tex. who was unable to be present. The remains were in charge of Undertaker C. V. Steed. Pumpkin Center Items Miss Boone and Mrs. Douglass called on Mrs. Copeland and Mrs. Flournoy Wednesday even ing. Clarence Atwell visited home folks Sunday. The' Douglass family accom panied by P. McDaniel were in Clovis Friday. Several parents from the country attended t h e school meeting in Clovis Friday even- Lost:-A man, who thinks he is a cowboy, finder please return to the Pumpkin Center commun ity and receive reward. s hi B. Djugla3s and family spent Sunday with the Ledbetter t'a.nily. Miss Boone spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks in Texico. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe are the proud parents of a new( heir, who arrived last Friday. Rea McDaniel and Tom Riley h lve been working on the Am- born well of late. Mrs Douglass was surprised but glad to see her son, Deverne, who came in Tuesday evening after several months away from home. The "Wise Guy's" Dictionary i igoH. ho and c I ran li i r wa- lt?l , UdLII IIJ'Mlia UHU nut W Q I v I Reub. A man who owri9 240 acres of farm land valued at about $201) an acre. Jay. A man who owns a 1915 automobile. Country Jake. A man whose home is f quipped with gas- heating plant. Yap. A man whine sn is leading his class at the Univer sity. Hick A man whse signa ture is good for $10,000 at any I bank in the county. Boob. A man whose daugh ter finds herself worth $25,000 when the will is read. Simp. A man, tocrr.il win?, vote the Congressman .tramp? over forty acres of plowed land. Wise Guy A city cnap-with about thirty cnts in hi p islo1: who m-s th Htvw teTi t. Fairfield Happenings Rev. Rodgers was in this com munity getting acquaint 'd last week and preached at our school house last Tuesday and Thurs day nights. His ngular appoint ment is the second Sunday ot each month at 11:00 a. m. Jim Harding and Misses Turn er and Harding visiting at the I. F. Curry home Sunday even ing. Quite a number of Fairfield folks attended singing at Locust Grove Sunday night. Rev. Shepard spent last Tues day nighc with Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin. A. T. Williams butchered a hog Tuesday. The fourth Sunday i n this month is singing convention day at Locust Grove. The Point Enterp ise Sunday School visited our Sunday Scnool Sunday morning. Qaite a num ber from Union and Locust Grove were present, also. There .was dinner on thegronnd and preach ing all day, as there were four preachers present. Rev. Rodgers preached a very interesting ser mond in the morning ana Rev. Shepard gave a temperance lecture in the afternoon, which was enjoyed by all. Notice. Any trading or trafficing in pony contest votes is contrary to the rules and will not be counted. Merchants. A First olass Market R IS WHAT WE ENDEAVOR TO KEEP j Good Meats, jtJjy Produce, Vegetables, tytt'.-., Fruits, Eggs z&& Fish and Oysters, Dried and Prepared Fish Pickles and Chow Chow, Bottled Goods. 1 We will buy your good heavy hens at 12 cts a pound. 10c for others. You will usually find everything here to be found in an up-to-date market WALKER'S MARKET J. R. WALKER, Prop. CLOVIS, - NEW MEXICO.