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in in I -lilFjnMrW1-""""1"'- l'ra-"rl'Pii .T-m . I - ALE ! Operjs February 4th Closes February 20th $175.00 in Premiums Given Away During the Sale SEE THE BIG CIRCULAR FOR PRICES 1 We must reduce our stock at least half in the next 15 days so that we can move to our new location March 1st. It Will Pay You to Borrow Money to Trade at This Sale J W J (Cms Company Havener Happenings Mr. and Mrs. C C. McGea and Mr. ami Mrs. II bt Byrnes spent Sunday with 1'iof. and Mrs. 0. C. Ford. Mr. J'.nd Mi.:. 0. L. McCormick and G j-'i'fT lliiiis ill Jr. cnt Sunday iti'ii. rivmii will1, t h e Uanklmu.-p famdy. Mrs. I.ul . :v:iit,, and litt le s.j.i, J. T., Wire viM'.m-s at the Nels And.rs n lvi:n' the latter part of the v. (i k. An eiitertuinin: it was given by j Mrs. Annie Davis at ha1 home near Blacktowcr Saturday night and it was ve attend-d. Nels Anderson's water storage Tank burstcd lust week. The pie supper Riven last week was pronounced a success. Miss Mary Birdsall was a guest at the Jim Willis home Sunday. Grace Anderson was absent from school last wiek on account if being on the sick list. Mrs. C. M. Ross and little daughter "'Bunch" were visitors at Havener Saturday. The sound of the hammer is again heard in the shop at Have ner. Mr. Etheridge, an experi enced blacksmith from Fort Worth Te. s, is in charge. Th" Post office Grocery stire hi: install. 'd a gasoli.ie lwht yb'e:n. Mr. White shipped a car if v. iii.' Knllir Coi n to seine Cali fornia point las", week. V. Tate took the train at Have ner last Tuesday for ilicardo, N. M. Pumpkin Center Items Pete McDaniel move I north east of Clovis Ia3t Wednesday. He, at the time, ha 1 a family with him. Mr. Flournoy and son, Robert, returned Monday from their old home at Eastland, Texas, where Mrs. Flournoy was buried. Miss Boone attended the Teachers' Association in Clovis Friday and Saturday, Mr. Hileman has placed a poll tax notice on the school house. A. B. Douglass and family are preparing to move on the P. Mc Daniel place in the near future. Blacktower Budget (Too late for last week.) Here I am again after mis.-ing a few weeks in the paper. Biackto.ver is a threMiing ma chine center, there are o all in a half mile of each other. R. II Crook h ;s erode J u big gn.inery on his farm We are .sorry to hear of on e of our neighbors, Mrs. Flournoy, OF Notice of Suit. No. 8:57. In Tiik District Coi;kt Curry County, New Mexico EMve Perkins, Pliintiir Jess Perkins, D.-f-jtulan1:. To the defendant, J.-sh kins, in the above suit: You " ill take noiio" that a s;;it has been filed against you in the District Court of the ! i fih Judicial District, Cu;-ry Pe- br ing dead, as we will miss her County. New Mexico, in which oo The Praetorians are Growing Since the Praetorians were organized at Clovis with IS members, about a dozen more have given their applications for membership. Our Regular Monthly Meeting for February will be held at the W. 0. W. Hall next Tuesday night, Feb. 9th. Every member is urged to be present. A crown for the Praeto rian Queen has been ordered and every member will have an introduction to the Queen. EVERY MEMBER GET A MEMBER. in our community. Miss Claudie Grain visited Miss Dela Eller Sunday. If next year will be as good crop year as this has been, it will place New Mexico on the map. J. R. ELMORE, Deputy REPRESENTING The Praetorians Home Office, Dallas, Texas. Lone Prairie Pickings Mr. McCurrie and family have all been on the sick list the past week. Miss Mary Glenn attended the Teachers' Association at Clovis Friday and Saturday. Sol Rumbaugh visited his daughter, Mrs. Fred West, of Clovis, last week. Mrs. Lessie Justus returned from Missouri Thursday. John Young was at Clovis on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hughs visited their daughter, Mrs. McCor m'ck, near Havener last week. Mrs. Phillips has been suffer ing with throat trouble the past week. Mr. and Mr?. H. R. Justus and children visited at Mr. Phillips' Sunday. Mr. McQuality is having a well drilled on his north quarter, Mr. Simons is doing the drilling. Mr. Faulk and wife have re turned from Kanses and Okla hama where they have been for more than a year. We are al ways glad to see such people as them coming back to make-their home among us. Eflie Perkins is Plaintiff and Jess Perkins is defendant and numbered M:t7 on the ducket of said court. You ure further notifi.-d that the general objects of said suit are as follows: To secure a de cree of divorce dissolving the marriage relation existing be tween the plaintiff and defend ant. You are further notified that if you fail to up pear or plead in this cause on or before April 10th 1915, judgment will be rendered against you in said cause by default and the plain tiff will apply to the Court for the relief sought in the com plaint herein. W. A. Havener is attorney for the plaintiff and his post office and business address is Clovjs, New Mexico. In Witness Whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand and af fixed the seal of said court this 2nd day of February 1615. W. C. Aerwer, (Seal) -F26 County Clerk. M. A. Colwell, of Loveland, Colorado, has bought the G. W. Hyde place located 13 miles northeast of Clovis, also the J, Curtis place in the same neigh borhood. Mr. Colwell is related to W. W. Hungate. Spirilla Conetier Mif. J. T. Fullen, 111N. Shel don, Phone 287, has the exclusive agency for the Spirilla Cc-set. Satisfaction guaranteed. 4-t. .. Enterprise Echoes Toe rains we have had the past few days with the moisture we already hail aim st iusuivs a bumper cro; for Curry County in 1915. Trie revival meetings, wiii'.-U are being conducted bv !'r' Rodgers, of Cameron, is b.-ine well attended in spite of the let 1 weather. Rev. .1. T. L"wis and wife n tertained a number of friends. Wednesday evening in honor Mr. and Mrs. Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holden ani Earnest Kingry took dinner with Mr and M s J Houston. Stoneware, Crocks, Chums and Jugs. - Barry Hardware Co. Notice. Orders takn for all kinds of nursery sfnei;. Would b pleas ed to call in you and serve you for anything in this line. W. F. Hay loss. Queens ware and Kitchen Useful Barry Hardware Co. ...THE CLOVIS BARBER SHOP... CRANE & WILLIAMS, Props. First Class Work. 112 1-2 South Main St. Hot and Cold Baths Clovis, New Mexico. LEE HAZELWOOD DRAY ANI) TRANSFER LINE The Oldest Established Transfer Line in Clovis Down Town Phqne 123 Residence Phone 321 ...K. C. BARBER SHOP... SNELLINGS & GREENWOOD, Props. A Clean, Sanitary Shop with Best Fixtures in the City. Hot and Cold Baths. - Shining Stand. CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO. Magic City Furniture and Undertaking Co. (JOHNSON BROS.) Embalmers and Funeral Directors LADY ASSISTANT Day Phone 211. AMBULANCE SERVICE Night Phone 235.