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Railroad News Master Mechanic Hugo Scha fer took a hunt on the lower Pecos Valley a few day's ago. Mechanical Superintendent, A. Dinan, was in town- the first of the week, going west with Gen eral Manager Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Evans are spending their vacation in the east. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McMahon, former Superintendent here, now located o n the Colorado division as Superintendent, pass ed through Clovis Tuesday en route to Carlsbad. Mr. McMa h n is looking very well, indeed, and his many friends here were very glad ft see nim. J. W. Walters, division engi neer, has been out on an inspec tion trio the past few days. Traveling Auditor, G. A. Gaf ney, who has been doing audit work on the Southern Kansas division, passed through Clovis Tuesday enrouteto Albuquerque. Mr. Galney states he was at his home in Wichita, Kansas for a few days also. General Baggage agent. Chas. Walsh, of Amarillo, was in our city Tuesday on business. He kit lor Carlsbad and Pecos Wed nesday. J. M. Doug a, wi ) h n bean one of our popular clerks in thd Superintendent's oflhe, and who also has been on the sick list for about six weeks, left for the east fcr a few weeks. He will visit in Kansas City, Kansas be fore returning. Did you know that Dutch Kuhns lost his lantern the other night? He sure did, though we don't know where he was wnen he h st it. Sonie say he was with a joung lady. Have you seen tl e new agri cultural cases the Sanm Fe has put up .at the Gran Quivira? There is something to be proul of and the Clovi3 people should appreciate it. Mr. Bainer and his assistants were liere several days getting the cases lined up lor a good display. Who says the Santa Fe is not good to Clo vis? Dan Daily, special agent, was in town Fiiday and Saturday on business. S. E. Busser. Superintendent of the reading room department on the Santa Fe lines was in Clovis Tuesday en route to his home in Los Angeles. IL , t been in t he east tor several weeks on covuuany business. C. O. Deigh. one of Mr. Con ( ,y's clerks, left Tuesday for Shrevesport, La., where he ex pects to remain permanently. John Hnnry Tate went west with Mr. Fox Tuesday on an in spection trip. Several jarties of hunters went to the breaks Saturday ad Sunday to hunt the elusive quai 1. Lee Singleton, foreman on the News, is takinu a vacation this week, visiting with relatives at Taiba:.. Cash Austin is holding down the job during his absence. Watches cleaned for $100. Why pav more? J. M. Hook, Watchmaker. Clovis. N. M. tf n ,n . .1 . . . . . J . - I Money! Money We want your farm loans. Can handle them on short no k k k k k k k k k k k tice. See us at once! The Union Mortgage Co. JJJJJ.JJ,JJ,J,J,J, PROFESSIONAL . M. Chapman DENTIST Over First National Bank. Phone 95. Clovis, New Mexico. Dr. J. R, Haney Physician & Surgeon Office Opposite Postoffice D. L. Connell, M. D. Physician & Surgeon OFFICE IN ELKS HOME Office Phone 146. Res Phone 326 W. A. Gillenwater LAWYER Clovis, New Mexico. R. R. DUNCAN DENTIST Office Opposite P. 0. Phone 89. CLOVIS, NEW MEX. DR. A. L. DILLON Physician & Surgeon Special attention to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and Fitting Glasses. Over First Nutlonl Bank, Office I'hnrte 153. Kvsidence Phutio 5. ' Clovis, .... New Mex. D. D. Swear ingin of the firm of I)r. Pronley & Sweat ingln of Hunwvll will be in Clovis from the 10th 10 20th ot each month treating diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and Fitting Glasses. DR. H. R. GIBSON Osteopath Tn ats all diseases both acute and chronic. Special attention given to diseases of women. PATIENTS EXAMINED FREE Office er Skidmore Drug Store Office Phone 383. Res. 390 LovifC New Mexico. L. A. Dickman, m. d. ...Physician & Surgeon... Office opposite Antlers Hotel Office phone 53. Res. 219. ...I ALSO FIT GLASSES... Clovis, - - - - New Mex. Walker's Market for all kinds of Meats and Produce Phone 123. Phone 123. The "Million Dollar Mystery" pictures at the Lyceum ai e ne? r hg the close. Don't miss the n 'Xt ones on Monday night. Mrs. Hanna Monday from Roach returned Horton, Kans. Plowing, Grading, Team Work. Can do your plowing, grad ing and in fact any kind of team work. Have plen ty of good teams and im plements. Prices reasonable Tiios, Reagan, Clovis, New Mexico. The Gilson-Bradfield Stock Company coming to the Lyceum Theater NextWeek eymoon. Seats on Sale at Southwestern Drug Store. Price 25, 50 and Claud Items (Too late for last week) A Literary Society was organ ized Fiiday night Oct. 30 a t Washington School House the: following program was render ed: Recitations Frances James, Bruce Roberts, Addie Jones, Grace Stahl and Viola May Roberts. Duet Moss Boyd and Elizabeth O'Hara. Recitations Gertrude Stanl, Lannie Roberts. Addie Jones, and Creola Marks. Play, "Courting Under Diflicul-ties"-Chester Marks, Donnel ly James and Florence O'Hara. In addition' to this program was a "pie social," which was more interesting to the hungry people. The proceed, which w, s over $21.00 will get uni forms for the basket ball team. Many thanks to the Clovis y oung men. Come again and we will entertain you better Nov. 27, next literary. J. L. Moore, teacher, is doing some fine work in his 3chool, Mrs. Tiieodor Dieks and son from San Francisco, Cal., was visiting her niece, Miss Mildred Rork last week. Miss Curtis Boyd was on the sick list last week. Dale Eyer, from Clovis, was doing some painting for C. V. Kelly at Claud, Thursday and Friday, also stayed for the pie social. Mrs. Pattison and sister weie at the claim most of last week. A. L. Marks was visiting his children Saturday. The Gilson-Hradfield Stock Com pany will be the attraction at the Lyceum Theater for I nights. He ginning next Monday night Xov.H). This company is not new to the theater pairons of Clovis by any means as Messrs. Gilson and Brad fiele have given Clovis theater goers two of the best attractions that has ever played the Lyceum in"The Old Clothes Man" and"A Bachelor Hon- ft This company is considered by the best critics to be the strongest trav eling stock company plaing the southwest this season. They have selected for their opening play Mon day night, a dramatization of E. P. Roe's famous novel "Barrier Burned Away" a comedy drama in 4 acts that appeals to all classes. : : "The Million Dollar Mysterv" will ne run Monday night in connection with'Barri'r Riifiwl Away'without extra chsrv 75 cts. November 16, 17 and 18 jj LEE HAZELWOOD OR AY AND TR.WSI KR Ui: The OMest Established Transfer Line in Ciovis Down Town Phone 123 Residence Phone 321 Magic City Furniture and Undertaking Co. (JOHNSON BROS.) Embalmers and Funeral Directors LADY ASSISTANT Day Phone 211. ...THE CLOVIS BARBER SHOP... CRANE & WILLIAMS, Props. First Class Work. Hot and Cold Baths 112 1-2 South Main St. clovis, New Mexico. 3ESSKZESCEaQ3RBBOC3ia& Q V. STEED Undertaker & Embalmer Manager Clovis Cemetery Day Phone 14. HEBQX3BBNE AMBULANCE SERVICE Night Phone 235. Night Phone 38.