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WE ARE DEPOSITORY FOR THE STATE, COUNTY and A. T. & S. F. R. R. CO.
t' WE WANT YOUR DEPOSITS J THE GLOVIS NATIONAL BANK "BETTER THAN THE LAW REQUIRES" ninFrrnRS. J ALEX SHIPLEY, Pres., JNO. T. SHIPLEY, Vice Pres., J. C. NELSON, Ca,hie A W' H0CKENHl!LL' Wt H; DUC0RTH L' R SANPEj!r j u Mrs. Holland Entertains the Old Ladies of Clovis. One (u' ti.e most unique, enter lainni'.i ti -f" tlio season was given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Vv.uk- II. Holland at her pretty Iv m 1U0 N. Calhoun St. The affair was i:i honor of the must a-'. il l.idies of Clovis, the elde.-t b.ij:r 81. and youigest tlO yt ars c f age. The house w is tastefully dec oraU'.l With ptttcd plants anJ paln.i' I or the occasion. Amu-iea' program was ren dered by Mr.'. David Isles who hang s-ev r..i l auiiful solos and was uc? nipanid by her sister, Miss K i'ker::;o McNamee. of Topeka. Kansas. Miss McNa mee played a number of the late popular pieces, among them, "It's nice to get up in the Morning, hut i's Nicer to Lie in Led," vl.ich was heartily en cored bv ail. Misu Arrm Curren played 6evcral beautiful selections, amo?gth;m, ' When You and Were Young," with variations. Mrs. Holland suggested that tlu-y drop the word "Grand mother" and say "girls." in stead. So tiicy Ivartily joined in and for awhile th wheels of time .-temed to turn back and what the world calls "old la dies," were girls again. It. was indeed a beautiful sight to see this group drop the burden of their jtars and with faces, i tho "m il ked by care and suf fering," yet radiant with the joy of knowing that they hid been selected as the honored guest of one whose friendship is true. Tin se who enjoyed Mrs. Hol land's ho.-pitality, a ere as fol lows, "Grandmother" Single ton, who is SI, mo: her of "Un cle vleeige" Singleton, as he is familial ly called, and a pioneer of C'lov:s , Mrs. Virginia Lay ton, a? e 81. Mrs. Martha S. Avery, i'7. Mrs. Eir.ma Tate, Mrs. ! ra Smith, Mrs. Wm. Ol son, mother of Elmer .Olson who helped to build the Belpn Cut oil' and platted the city of Clovis, Mrs. D. N. Croft. Mrs. Dillon, mother of Drs. A. L. and Fred Dillon. Visiting friends were Mrs. Clarence Silvers, and Mr?. Emma Johnsey, of Sul phur, Okla. At a late hour dainty refresh ments, consisting of chicken sandwiches, pickles, fruit . salad on lettuce, cake and coffee which was served by the host ess, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Henry Mitchell, and little four year old grandauRhter Lucille Mitchell. For a memento of the occa sion they had their pictures taken, and after having flpent one of the happiest afternoons of their lives, they were taken home in automobiles by Bill Sin gleton and Dr. Connell. The latter, had charge of Mrs. Vir ginia Layton, who is ah invalid and had not been outside of her home for many months. They all join in saying Mrs. Holland is a most charming hostess. It's always policy to keep our money where you can get accommodations, we are taking care of our old customers and are in position to take on some new ones. Texas State Bank Conductor Tom f;l rnswrth has sold his residence Sheldon street. t bn north New R. R. Fate. Through' the efforts of the Clovia Chamber of Commerce and assistance of Agent Conar ty, a new freight rate will go into effect on March 5th which will give Clovis the Texas fre'ght rate plus 3 cents per I LET US SAVE Everything in the Grocery Line Do you want to reduce your living expenses? If so, let us supply your needs in a grocery way. We would be glad to have you call and get our prices. We guarantee everything we sell to be satisfactory or your money refunded. - - - - A few prices for the next 7 days Commencing Saturday, Feb. 13th - Ending Saturday, Feb. 20th We Sell Model A. B. AUSTIN, Prop. hundred. This applies to all classerf of freight aa well as grain ship mr nts ai.d is considered a vic tory for Covis shippers. Hire tpfore much ol .ur freight has been shipped to Farwoli and freighted from thore to Cio-vis. ON Sg ar, 15 pounds for - 12 lbs. Choice Idaho Irish Potatoes for 8 lbs. Fancy Bradley Yam Sweet Spuds Ideal Table peaches, No. 3 cans, per can Irwin's Pride Pie Peaches, No. 3 cans, 3 for 4 No. 1 cans Victory String Beans for 4 No. 1 cans of Pallas Pork and Beans for - 4 bars of Pummo Toilet Soap for - - No. 3 can of Regal Tomatoes for 3 packages Krinkle Corn Flakes for Regular 25c package Coffee, 6 lbs for One quart of Sour Pickles for Justice brand Blackberries, No. 2 cans, per can American Lady Flour, per hundred Mose3 Best Fiour, per hundred Five Gallons of Coal Oil for Five Gallons of Gasoline for - Fifteen pounds of good Jap Head Rice for Swifts Premium Hams, per pound Swifts Premium Bacon, by the strip, per lb Choice Apples, per box . - - - Fancy Apples, per Box Compound, large size bucket Cottolene, large size bucket 3 No. 2 cans of Wisconsin Peas for Pint bottle of Cupid Preserves for Pint bottle of Del Monte Catsup for Regular 25c can of Fitts Baking Powder for 4 pounds of good Peaberry Coffee for 1 TUFT PRICES ARE All Other Groceries a Little The recent fight over the grain rates led to the efforts irade by tho Chamber of Com merce to get a better rate and the announcement that they have been sueeeasr'ul in secur ing the Texas rates on all class ei of fr-ii.rii will save a grea deal of money for the shippers. T YOU MONEY g FOR CASH ONLY! Cheaper Than the Other Grocery 1 elephone 3. Tho report of the killing of Charley Acrey, of Carlsbad, will be of interest to many Clovis people as Mr. Acrey fed a large number of sheep at the Oldham ranch here a couple of years ago and is known to many people hure. $1.00 25c 25c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 10c 25c $1.00 20c 10c $3.75 $4.00 65c 90c $1.00 19c 28c $1.60 $1.70 $1.10 $1.35 25c 20c 20c 15c $1.00 Fellow! Railroad Locals O. V. Mormon, formerly gen eral foreman of the Santa Fe shops here, was in the city for a short time the latter part of last week. He is now located at Miami, Arizona in the employ of a large mining company and was on his way east, a? far as Springfield, Mass,, on business for Ids employees. Conductor "Bobbie" Clark. who has been holding down the plug run between here ani Lub bock for the past year, his taken a run from Amarillo east. Mr. and Mrs. Clark and little son left for Amarillo, their future Innj Saturday morning. "Jack" Kuhns is out of the hospital and at work again. H e bad a severe cold and was threat ened with pneumonia. E E. Bundy is able to be out again, after undergoing an oper ation for appendicitis, at the hospital. Claude Downing, an employe of the store department, de part ed the first of the week for Los Angeles, Cal., on a several days business trip. Conductor, K. I. Rad and wife were in the city between trains last Sunday on tlv'ir way from a visit in Oklahoma to their home in Carlsbad. Engineer, Jim Stalker, has gone to Carlsbad, he having been assigned to the passenger run betwe -il there and Itoswell. The many friend of K. 0. Greene, formerly manager of the Harvey News stand here, will be glad to know that be is pleas antly located with the Harvey system again - thai; is, m pleas antly as it is possible to bo in Needles, Cal., where according to advice received in thi.i city, he now is. Notice of Suit. No. 837. In The District Court of Curry County, New Mexico. Efliie Perkins, Plaintiff vs. Jess Perkins, Defendant. To the defendant, Jes Per kins, in the above Buit: You v-ill take notice that a suit has been filed against you in the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District, Curry County, New Mexico, in which Effie Perkins is Plaintiff and Jess Perkins is defendant and numbered 837 on the docket of said court. You are further notified 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 plain i iff and defend ant. You are further notified that if you fail to appear 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 Clovis, New Mexico.' In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and af fixed the seal of said court this 2nd day of February 1615. W. C. Zerwer, (Seal) County Clerk. F5-F26