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eg Watch Our Windows For Our New Spring Goods Which are Arriving Daily! bbbhbbw wmmwau' num. iwfciayu.ingiBnCT We have just received a shipment of new Skirts, Silk Petticoats, Waists in Lace, Challies, Crepe 'de Chine, Silks and Wash Silks. We are also showing some pretty Silks in Belle 'de Cygne. Our Suits, Coats, Mackinaws and Overcoats are going at a great reduction. Come in and look them over. You can't afford to pass them up at the prices they are going at. Come in and let us show you some bargains and something new. Don't fail to visit the Department of the CLOVIS MILLINERY COMPANY. This Department will be in charge of Miss Margaret Jones, of St. Louis. A full line of Patterns, Un trimmed Shapes, Veils, Etc. at popular prices. This line will be ready for inspection by March 1st. Warehouse Collapied. . The J. A. Latta warehouse 'inOhich was stored about 20 'cars of sacked grain, purchas ed by Ramey and Latta col i lapsed under the weight Sun day afternoon entailing a loss of several hundred dollars. A section of the roof, floor and sides gave way scattering sacked grain about promiscu ously. The building was of sheet iron and the floor was several feet from the ground. They were holding the grain : for shipment until March 5th when the new, reduced freight rate becomes effective, but will now be compelled to ship it. Albert Vohs, a merchant of i Bernalillo, stopped off here Tues day to-visit his brother-in-law, A. Mandell. on his return trip from St Louis, where he went to purchase goods. Clovis Woman' Club. An exceptionally delightful afternoon marked the meeting of the Clovis Woman's Club last Tuesday afternoon at the pretty home of Mrs. H. W. Crawford when she was hostess to almost the entire membership of this Club. The study for the afternoon was "Early American Settlers." A most tempting luncheon served by the hostess as sisted by her two little daugh ters, concluded a very pleasant afternoon. ' The Club will meet next with Mrs. C. L. Snyder on March 2d. Mrs. Nelson returned Satur day from St Louis and Kansas City where she went to pur chase dry goods for the new Mandell Dry Goods and Clothing store which will also occupy the Kendall store rooms as soon as vacated. Boy Scouts Picnic. Troop No 1. CI ovis boy scouts went on a little "hike" into the country about 3 miles Monday evening. After many "Scout games" a campfire was built. and the boys cooked their even ing meal and returned. The troop is being thoroughly organized and drilled in the Scout Law. end are planning great work. Recruits will be welcomed on passing the customary examina tion. ' 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 Thos. Reagan, Clovis, New Mexico. ... AINNOUINCfciVlblN 1 ... The Klein Grocery Company Have moved across the street in the building until recently occupied by the Model Grocery, opposite the post office, where they are ready to greet their many friends and customers with their complete line of 3G GROCERIES 3 which are as good as the best and as reasonable as can be purchased in Clovis. We are not now quoting prices, but we Bell as low or lower than any competition, quality of goods and quantity considered GIVE US A FAIR TRIAL- Everything New I We are First with the Latest things on the market. Just back this week from our fashions centers with the latest fads and creations now worn in the cities. See our new Neckwear, Suits, Dresses, Coats, Everything A lot of new goods came in during my absence and I brought back a big ship ment with me. The Klein Grocery Co. "THE POPULAR MAIN STREET GROCERS" Be First I and get your choice of these new things. Stylish, Serviceable, Selling like "hot cakes" in the east. We congratulate ourselves on being first in Clovis with the very latest and most popular goods. Mrs. E. G. Grisamore. JACKSON BUILDING-OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.