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THE CLAYTON NEWS, SATXUDAY, JAXUAUY 22, mi.
I, on I HEAD OF FAMILY GETS AN EX EMPTION OF $2,000 Income I'm Allows $200. Additional Exemption foi Dependents Under 18 Incapable or Sen-Support. Single persons, thimgh required ' 1(i fill' a return if (heir not income '!fr MSt whs X I .(H) tip mure, ape. if they ape Ihi' heads (if families, al lowed i special exemption under Hip revenue laws. Such a person is ilo flned 1iy treasury regulations as "a person who arliially supports ami maintain in nop household oiip op moro individual who ore closely connected with liim by blood rela tionship, relationship ny marriage op by adoption, and whose pigbt to exercise family control mid, provide for those dependent, individuals i" based upon some moral or legal ob- Kvnlinti " Sillnll nmttnna fien nllr.it.ait. . . . ............. . ,,. p. c CMCllll. (.lie CTAtriiiyiiuii (i p,uvw (cruiuroi it married person. In addition tlicy arc allowed a cpedit of $200 for each dependent under 18 years of age or incuplo of self-support because menially op physically defective. Husband and Wife. A married peison liviim with hus band and wife can not claim an ad ditional $2,000 exemption as the head if a family. His or hep exemption is based on the marital status, irre frpeetlve of the support of others ViBK iu Ibe same household. The HddlUolial 200 CPedil foi pen-l- cHA doe not apply to (he IiihImiiii op wife of a taxpayer. For example, it n married man supports n father, who is incapable of self-support, he T entitled to the 200 credit for uch person. If through force of ch'iuimstancos he supports his vif away from home he is entitled to the $2,000 exemption allowed airar ried person, bul not to a $200 credit, ior a (Icnpeiidenl. ' A son who 1ms left home but who sends his mother more than half Hie sum required for her support 1s enlitled to the it200 credit, pro vided tho mother cannot support herself. 'Otherwise, the nninuul must be considered as a gift, and, therefore. Uto credit is not allowed. A sou living at home and support ing his father, mother, or other rel ativo may claim the .200 exemption allowed the head of a familv. but not the $200 predi I unless such rel ative is under 18 years of ape or incapable of self-support. Galuttay mill Ills Lobby "AfllntintlB" Immaculate Legislators. John V. Conway, slate superinten dent of public instruction, is called on in a resolution in the house by HepresentaliM' Carter of Socorro county, today fop an explanation to the speaker and the president of the senate of a circnlup letter alleged to have been sent by Conway lo teachers in the state seeking a con t dilution of five dollar each to de fray cost of boot i up legislation for higher' salaries fop teachers. The resolution was house joint resolution No. 2. It states that the House is "astounded thai a staff officer should be the author of such a letter or that teachers should MHinlenanre if.'" TJie pesnlufion wus adopted by lntise b a ote of i2 to 2. Santa Jan. 17. Three Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before neg later and Iterelver, United State Land Office, at Claytnn, New Mexico, on the 21st day of Februaiy, 1921. Catmant' names as witnesses: William It. Scarlott, K. A. Clark, Au brey C Iehr, John V. Bewley. all of Mt. lKru. New Mexico. l'AZ VALVEKDK, Jan. 51 Feb. 1. lleaister. New Year's Prayer. LOCAL AND PEHSONAL Miss FlOronVe Mouncy returned to layton Monday, after spending two weeks in Denver Ibe guest of the Chamberlains. J. C. Unify of Amarillo, wus in luwu Monday attending to business , Mrs. Mildred Hill spent the week--ond with liep parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scarlott at Mt. Dora. Mrs. Hill is book-keeper, for the Four States iMill and Elevntor Co, for the morrow and its needs to not pray: . Keep mi- from s(hiii of sin. ju.t for today. Let me no harsh or idle word un thinkingly say Set Thou n seal upon my lips, just for today. Anon. The .Moslem liloa of Itenul.v. An educated Arab at present in London, explained the Moslem idea of beauty. He said: "Among us we say that the per feel woman must possess four at tributes that are black hair, eye brows, eyelashes and pupils; four that are white skin, hands, teglh and the while of the eye; four Unit are red- cheeks, lips, tongue anil gums--four that are long back, arms, fiitger and legs: fuup Unit are round head, throat, wrists and el bows: four that, aro small eye brows, nose. Hps and fingers. Here you have the feminine form divino as Allah fashioned it. London hx press. Income Tux in u Nutshell. nepartment of the Interior, IT 8. land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, January IX. 1D21. Notice Is hereby Riven that Albert R. Hunt, of Moses, New Mexico, who, on January I, ISIS, made Homestead En. try. Serial No. 0251NK, for Bk SWU, NE4 SWtt. Section IS, Township 29 N.. Range J E., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charle Talbot, V. S. Commissioner, at hla office In Clayton, New Mexico, on the 28rd day of February, 1921. Cnlmant names as witnesses: Herbert W. lavls, Herbert l.awson. Henry T. Galloway, Ueorge A. llalston. all of Mpses, New Mexico. TAZ VAl.VEKDi:, Jan. 22 Feb. It. Register. NOTiCH roil pini.u'ATio.v NOTICU I'tllt I'i ni.ICATIO.N, Deuartment of ih Interior, V. S. Office at Clutoii. N. M., January, 10, 1911. Notice la hereby given that Alfredo I January I Si 1017, made Homestead Hn- r.-.. O..I.I -V-' bl. aw n Hec'tlon S; SB W NK'4,' ihZ SEW, 8i 8KV4, Beotlon 4 and SVs 8Bt4, Section S, ToWnhlD M N., ItatiKe 2 E., X. M. j . lenuiani ia iiieii nuuee oí inten to make Three Year Vroof. to establish claim tu the land above described, be fore Itegluter ftlitl Itecetver. U. S. rami Office at Csajrton, N. At., on the 2lst day of February, 1921. Calniant tmiiiee as witnesses: Ulilfanlo aonsalex, of Clayton, N. M. Seferlno Homero, Juan Homero, Jttati ItodrlRtiea, all of Kephart, N. M. FAZ VAI-VUKDU, -Jan. 22 Felt. lil. lletrtster NOTIC'lt I'Olt lM'lll.lC.VTlO.V Sandwich Corn Shelters are making the money We have just received very liberal terms on ri . ,J. I. CASE " v - . Tractors and Separators :i, . . . Swastika Coal give more heat for the money G. G. GRANVILLE Kred Owtns made a l.iisiness I rip to Dalhai't last Saturday. Jesse .1. Oaves, one. of the good fanners of the Tau coniniunity, nlle.iulod to business in Clayton on Tuesduy and W ednesday. . Hen MorraW, a prominent farmer of the Tnlo country, was tradintr -with Clayton merchants. Tuesday. V. A. Steele of near Hecnham, at tended to business in Clayton Wed nesday and 'I'liursday. A AIICXICO NEW INDUSTIUAL HL- VIICW WHO? Single persons who bad net income of $1.000 or more for the year ISt-'O: Married couples who had net income of 52,000. WHEN? March 15. 1021. Is Iho final date for filing returns and mak iiiB first payments. WIIHItB? Collector of Infernal Uov- nue for district in which the per son resides . HOW? Full directions on form 1010 A, and ronii lOíÚi; also tho law and regulations. ; WHAT? I'our per cent normal lax on taxable incomo mí lo $1,000 in excess of exemption. Light per cent normal lax on balance of taxable income. Surtax from I per cent lo Cm per cent on not in comes over $5,000, I'idclas Class Kntertalumont Mora is seeking bids on a new $13.000 school bouse. Clovis bank dminsils aro Iioldliiir : SÍ80,000.00 payroll of tho Sunla l"e a Hiuirmii ' ''Tint Sru'inrra id Innbintv Pin ti.tiin n , iMiIliimg pnigruni. jttt. i. ii 1 . jiCA-AUU 0UllIWl!fv ..illlllier i.ouipanv :J&m tnCTii oyer u.e Holdings of Hie AlafJiognnlo Lumber Company, and 4 rebuilding their saw nulls and re--layiRis' llieir railroad .tracks .villi f steel, at a cost of SflOO.Oflf). , flluoh new land is iiemg nrokei, n .Ciirry county, and in Cidfax. Mora, Niiun Mjaufl and rnion count !es the futiriere are incrensinif their oper ations. BaQks throughout the slate show a guin of $3,01)3,130 in resource o er llio pruvious year. v 'r-Mnii. magic touch of the nil devcl-1 opipenl brouglil millions of dollars . ..-"do (hfrsjato in 1020. Silver City completes orpaniatcin to promote extent of cnratie iow v nr oi radium ores and waters at WVIUI Signal Station. Torrance county farmers areuped to give mine attention to wheat, i ala and barley raMng. 985J)00 irrigation dam is to be ouilt on the llio Hondo in Taos county. . Iloswell has shipped its first car of cotton to New Orleans. State shows big falling off in ,'dd production comparod with previous j jrsan. . . llagermanVNvotes $i5)00 bond i;ue l fltor Hew bchool liiulding. 'JP-La Vegas ripoHs only 3,000 loss VWr.ftm during the rwt year. On Tuesday evening the Pidclns Mass of the First Baptist church mol in the church pailops for a de light lul party. The mombers gath ered at 7:30 and aflop many inter esting gamos, a delicious lunch of punch and cake was served. .Nearly the entire membership of Uie class look part in this enjoyable affair and it is hoped that it will nut be long before another is given. Those present woi'e: Misses Jane and Leah Gray, Jewel and Uues.sie Stevenson. Hetty Magnuler. Jenkins. Opal and lla.el Lane, Kpiua Kvnns, Vipgiuia Thompson. Lola Callahan, ? ?? ? ? Hall. Hurna Vaughn: Mes srs. Jackson, l)ouglas Kvans, Charlie Wiley, Cecil Hoss, Callahan. Adams, Charlie Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Sale, Liz zie Slithers, Oraco Duran, and Mr. Hullinger, the teacher. , ' .ViPI ICH I'Oll IM'lll.IC.V'I'ION'. ' Ueimrtment nf the Interior. V. . Ijnd Offlue Rt Clayton, N. M January 12. 19ÍI. Xotloe Is liereliy ulven that Placido C. Onrclu, of Miera, N. M., who. on Sent. 17, 19191, made Mnmestead Ap-plt-catlon, Serial N'o. 024926, fur IV H SE Vi, Section 4, Township' 22 N . llutiKe Jt Ii, N. Al. )' Meridian, has filed no. tice of Intention to make Three Vear Proof, to estnlilish claim to flie land aliove described, before Charles V. Tal bot, U. S. Commissioner, at his office In Cluyton, N M., on the 21st day of February, 1911. Cnlmant names as witnesses: Imtdoro Onrcia, Mantln (Inrcla. Eu- frnolo (Jarcia, Fnilik CJ. CasadoH, all of Clayton, 'X. M. ' V.7. VALVKKDK, JhiiT-22 Fob. 19. ItOKlster. .NOTICK. FOIl I'l'lll.lfATIOA llepartment of the Interior, V S. Land Office at Clayton, N. M., January IS, 19X1. Notice is hereby given that Eilarl A. Gibson, of Clayton, K. M., wh.i, (Mi Octolier 10. 1 lV,. made Homestead En . try, erial No. 011119, for NVi Section 20, and Nfc KW14. ÍS . Sec tion 21, Toivnshlp 23 N. Hanst :t, K, N. M. 1'. Meridian, has filed no i4 oí intention lo mako T vee Vear l'toof, establish . !h1iii to the land iU"f described, before Charlei 1'. Talbo V S Commlssiiine", at his offion In i"lay tou, N. M.. on the 23rd day of Fe'oruaiy 1-92I. ( 'In tuiaiit naniHS as witneHsei Will lilies of Kcnton,()kln.. n Q IMliner of Clayton, N M. ; Oeo H.ilst'i-i of Moses, N M ; ("has. (iodfrty of .fa ses, .V. l. I'AZ AI.VKRfi:. Jan 22 Feb. 1. negister. Uoiartment of the Interior, V. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. 11, January 12. 1921. Notice Is hereby Riven that Mrs. Mary II. Hollnn, widow anil heir, for the heirs of (eo. M. Hollon. deceased, of Miera, N. M, who, on Sept. 13, 1916, made Homestead Application, Serial No. 0Í307S, for 10 H NW4, SV4. K', SKU, Section S, Township 21 N., llanise 32 a.. N. M. 1". Meridian, haB filed notloe of Intention to make Three Year Proof. to establish iilalm to the land above described, Mary H. Hollon, before Cliff Myers, Clerk of District Court, Okla homa Count". OklB. City, Okht., and witnesses before Charles 1. Talbot. U. S. Commissioner, at his office In Clay ton, N. M., on the 21st day of February, 1921. Calmant names as witnesses: Transito Homero, William Wolford. Elinar Hlklns, William Jeffery, all of Clayton Produce Co. lie khont snuiirr, clayton, new' mkxico IIICIIKST MAItKKT PltlCLS PAID FOI I CIUCAM, l'llULTOY. EGGS, BUTfEll, IIIIIKS, FUHS, AND ALL KINDS OP PHODLCK : : : : SUE : US : ItEFOItE : YOU : SELL !!!!!: T. T. McSPADDEN, Mgr. THE QUALITY STORE MI1K 13 I'OH ÍTIH.U ATIOX Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land "office at Clayton, New Mexico, January 12. 1921. Notice Is hereby given that Kuel Barton, of Mt. Dora, New, Mexico, who on January (, Kit, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 0Í144Í for NW Bee tle n 1", Township 2 N., Ttang-e is H., New Mexico Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention anake Final NOTICE OK PUHLICATIOX jm'a'i'm ni' w.w MP.vrr.n ' County of Union. In the District Court oí Union oun- ly Eighth Judioial Distriol of .New Moxioo. Slalo oí New Mexico, and County of Union, vs. "'No. Í8ÍH5 . C. Abbott. Jr. The said defenfant, A. C. Abbott Jr., of Texlino. Texas, is lierby noti fied thai a suit in Taxes has been commenced aginst hiin in tho Dis thriet Court for the County of Union, Eighth Judicial District of the Plate of New Mexico, by said Plaintiff, for unpaid (axes on the following described real estate: Southeast nuarter (SH Vt) South west quart or (líWM), Soction twen ty-one (21 , Township Iwenly-Uiree 23 north of llanuo thirty-six (36i east, N. M. 1. M. for the years 1014. 1915. for the amount or thztsu, to gether with I0A'i coiU. as more, fully s(t forth in the bill of com plaint filed in said action and that unless von enter or cause to be en tered an appearance in said suit on or before- tfie Mist day of January. A. D.. 1921. decree PHO-CONFE8SO and Judgment by default therein will be rendered against you. In Witness Whereof, I bve Iiore unli) set niv hand and the seal of said Court at Clayton. New Mexico, this 30th day of December, A. D, 1920. FIIANK G. CASADOS, (SEAL) Clerk. II. A. Klker, Clayton. Now Mexico, Attorney for Plainlif. Jau. it-Jin. 21, 1021. SPECIALS FOU THIS WEEK KOOKOO SYHU1, il.'.e Per Gallon, or UOc Per Gallon by the Case. ' 5 pounds of Coffee for $ 1 .00 MOILING .MEATS ONLY 8 CENTS PEIt POUND FIIESH VEGETABLES AND FIIUITS. DAVIS & SITZE LUMBER IS NOT ALL WE SELL . We bolteve in service and that is. one big feature of our businoss. - ( We will be glad ta. help you in the planning of your home, furnish you complete plans If necessary, give you an estimate on tho cost of the material, frankly toll you the best kinds to use, the boflt or the ohcapast and fit the plans to your pooketbook. We will help you in securing workmen and advise you honestly as to the various materials reduced. Service and price are essential. LET US HELP YOU Big Joe Lumber Co. CLAYTON- -EW MEXICO \n\n Martines, of Kephart, N. M , who, on Miera, 'N, M. PAZ VALVHIIDK. Jan. 22 Feb. 19. Iteifister