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ENAMELEDWARE When in need of Enameledware, we have Tea Ket tles, Coffee and Tea Pots, Water Pails, all kinds of Cooking Vessels, Pudding Pans, Milk Pans, Cham ber pails, Chambers, in fact everything to be found in a first class stock and at the lowest price, quality considered. Glassware WHIT ING'S "THE OLD 5 and 10c STORE" Tinware Local and Personal Read Whiting's ad this week. The Whitten family left Wed nesday for Rogers. Arkansas after a residence in Clovis of two years. They came here for the benefit of Mr. Whitten's health. J. II. Shepard passed through Tuesday tn route from Okla homa to his home in Portales. He has been conducting a re vival meeting at Carter, Okla homa, for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mears of Mears Pharmacy left Wednesday for a camping trip in the moun tains near Santa Fe. They ex pect to be gone several weeks and will visit in the meadow and ancient cities. Mrs. W. T. Boorman is enjoy ing a visit from her father, Mr. 0, L. Bass, of McKinney Texas. He is so well pleased with this country that he is seriously con sidering locating here perma nently. C. C. Baker returned from Arkansas Monday after a visit to his old home for ten days. He was glad to get back to cool New Mexico and cast off a few malaria germs which he had adopted during his short visit there. Clovis is to have a business college soon. A party of Fort Worth College people are here for the purpose of establishing a school. They made a trip to Portales Monday and recruited seven students for the Clovis College. Notice of Assignee's Sale The undersigned hereby offers for sale the stock of goods and fixtures of the E. C. Grisamore store at Clovis, New Mexico. The stock of merchandise con sists of ladies' and misses' ready-to-wear garments. The fixtures include show cases, mirrors, cabinets, etc. Prospective bidders may ex amine the stock and a detailed inventory by making arrange ments with the undersigned. Bids will be passed on Friday, August 6th., 2 p. m at the office of the undersigned. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Clovis National Bank. Clovis. New Mexico. "Uncle Billy" Townsend. of Springlake, Texas, wai in the city several days the first of the week shaking hands with his many friends. Mr. Townsend, who was one of the aldermen of Clovis, owns valuable property here. J. P. Courtney and daughter, Miss Delia, left for Ft Worth and Galveston on the Gulf excursion from Amarillo Saturday. Mrs. Tom Bowman who has been visit ing them for a month accompan ied them as far as Amarillo on her way to her home in Oklahoma. Plowing Now is the time to get that ground ready for wheat. Will do your work with Case gas tractor. W. W. Holland. Clovis, N. M. 3-t pd. Read This Advertisement ! If you are in the market for Life Insurance, why not investigate the Praetorians? Over $60.00 per member to protect policy holders. Accident benefits in each policy without additional expense J. R. ELMORE, Dist. Mgr. Our District Manager J. R. Elmore of Clovis will be glad to explain our plan and special benefits to you. See him at once. Clovis Council No. 770 Clovis has one of the best Praetorian Councils in New Mexico. This council is adding new mem bers each month. Give your application to Mr. Elmore at once. The Praetorians Home Office Dallas, Texas Melrose Curry and Roosevelt counties orchards are going to yield a larger fruit crops this year than ever before in the history of the country. Reports coming from all parts of the county indicate this. H. T. Bowen of this city, has a splendid orchard, that contains almost all kinds of fruits and berries. His vineyard is some thing great and the prospects are the best ever seen. A. J. Cain, one of our farmers who lives out south of town, has a young orchard that is showing up fine. Mr. Cain put out quite a few more trees this spring. J. O. Wade of the Rock Lake community has had one o f the best cherry crops that has ever been harvested anywhere. His berries, especially the gooseber ries and currents, are fine, the bushes being loaded from top to bottom. W. H. Reese, one of our pros perous farmers, three miles from town, has a record-breaker this year. His peach crop is t h e main fruit in his orchard. Eastern New Mexico is coming to the front along many lines that are going to be hard to beat. Melrose Dairyman-Farmer. Prairie Valley Items We have been having some rains lately. Crops are looking fine in this neighborhood. N. C. Firestone and family visited W. D. Busby Sunday. Monroe Echols is having a well drilled on his place. Mr. and Mrs. Cheis Firestone visited with A. W. Skeen Sun day. Some farmers are having their oats cut this week. Forney Gibbs had a fine young horse killed by lightning last Friday. Sam Baba's barn was set on fire by lightning with a total loss. Fred Hoover and family have gone to Texas to visit Mr. Hoov er's parents. J. W. Malone is fencing his section of land. Our mail route has been ex tended four miles which accomo dates quite a few more people. J. F. Skeen reports his corn silking. Had another good rain this morning July 20. Lincoln Locals Crops are looking fine at pres ent Alta Isham and Chester Vaughn attended preaching ser vices at Lincoln Sunday. Lincoln prayer meeting is still progressing. D. Houston, of Clovis, is visit ing his sister, Mrs. Brasher, this week, Mr. and Mrs. Palmateer and Mrs. Crick were in Clovis one day last week. Misses Bertha Fahsholtz and Bessie McLean were in Lincoln district Monday. , Several Frio boys attended Retreat a t Lincoln Sunday night. Some of the Lincoln folks at tended the party at the home of Mr. and Mr3. Brown, of Frio last Monday night. Nellie Mott has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs, Brasher and daughter, Ethel, spent the day at Mrs. Isham's Tuesday. John Westfall is looking for his sister from Iowa. J. R Hodges went to Clovis to work in the dairy, but he said he couldn't stay away from Lin coln and had to come back. We wonder why? Mrs. Bell was out making calls Friday afternoon. Miss Edna Palmateer spent the night with Ethel Brasher Monday night. Mrs. Clack came home Satur day from Clovis where she has been attending normal. Prof. Burton Rodgersand Miss Bernice McBrayer, of Shiloh, re turned home from Las Vegas, where they have been attending State Normal. Eula and Alta Isham attended Retreat at Lincoln Sunday night. The Lincoin farmers have finished heading wheat. Brown Eyes. Field News The people are all busy since the fine rains. Some are break ing land and getting ready for sowing wheat. Charlie Adams, of Melrose, has been spending a few days in the country with the Roach boys. Mr. and Mrs. A. Roach and son, Earnest, leaves Clovis the 29th of July on their way to Tennessee. They will stop over in Texas a few days as they go on. Crops are looking fine. Some of the corn is as fine as it grows back east in the river bottom. They never had the picnic at Plain the 4th of July. Every body was so busy about that time they put it off until the 4th of August. I guess the Roach boys will have some watermelons ripe by frost any way, if not sooner. We hope i t will be sooner though. H. E. and C. F. Roach was at Clovis the other day and Mr. Robinson took them for a ride on his new Harley Davidson motorcycle, which they enjoyed very mnch. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Quante made an auto trip to Hurley Tex. Tue. Railroad News J. M. Douglas, clerk in the superintendent's office, has gone to Chicago for a visit. R. F. King author o f the "Spike Malone" stories in the Railroad Mans magazine, has gone to work as fireman out of Clovis. Mr. King writes under the name of John C. Russell and his stories have many readers among the railroad boys. Seeds, Bulk Seeds. Garden and Field seeds now in, and a fine lot they -are. When you need seeds of any kind, get them at Clovis Cream ery and Produce Co. and save money. t-f Visit Whiting's Variety Store. Iron Clad Hosiery, the very best. A. J. Rodes. v H M H H M H H H yi rl H f t fel You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them bark to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. P. D. Nor. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as 1 ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin talcing Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. i FIRST CLASS WORKMEN HOT AND COLD BATHS The Sanitary Barber Shop Shorett & Petitfils, Props. WE DO THE A. T. 4 S. F. HOSPITAL WORK ANITARY - - - ALL THAT THE NAME IMPLIES ...THE CLOVIS BARBER SHOP... CRANE & WILLIAMS, Props. First Class Work. 112 1-2 South Main St. Hot and Cold Bath Clovis, New Mexico. LEE HAZELWOOD DRAY AM) TRAXSI I'RJJNE The Oldest Established Transfer Line in Clovis Down Town Phone 123 Residence Phone 321 Q V. STEED Undertaker & Embalmer Manager Clovis Cemetery Day Phone 14. Night Phone 38.