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YlIE CLAATON SaVS, SÁTWIDAY, FEtíMJAJlY J2, 1&21.
g'iü1.. 'r THe Clayton Sews fficJal Paper oí U. S. Land Offiec, Entered t the Pnit-firriro mi rhrtnn. ffeer Mpxleo, a Second Class mall atat- 'cr, October 20, 1009, nc.r the act et March S, 1ST i. C. SMITH Publisher $2.00 per Year Advertising Hates on Hequest (3 airi.nl Artvnrtlaln, H mn nM.u 1 1 v ifHE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ITtc Legislature Is Griitiliuu Th legislature now in session at Santa J'V is grinding out more laws, bettor laws and "wnsscr" laws. Some of the golong feel tlinl it is llicir plain duly to write high and low upon the statute booVs. laws, it makes ho matter of difference what kind just so it is a law. Willi some it is a matter of personal pride that maybe some day ho can shout from the house tops that he himself is the author of such and such leg islation that saved the dear old statu from the brinks of everlasting ruin. In this respect the senator from Union will ho overburdened with happiness even to (he end when be tells of how he snvaJL the stock inloresls of New Mo'xicofrom.utlcr damnation and taxation, osnooially taxation, by deferring payments of .state leases for a year, and reduced the taxes of those blessed with a contract to purchase slate land. Oh, Glory lie! Two Timos I! Don't you wish. Air. farmer and Mr. land own ing Stockman, that you who own your own land and arc permitted to pay (axes on its full val tie, and in loreet on a loan of half its actual vahw), that your homestead was slate property, and you hail a contract to purchase on the terms ju-escribed Ity fhe legislature. Wowdn'l it bo mice if you could be as fortunate as the state lamí holder: practically no taxm to pay and interest a myth. Then you could dress up the wire and kids and send lliein on a visit to "the old folks at home;" or buy yourself more horsepower and red jilows and blue harrows. i 51 1 - Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Wikoff are in Mineral Wells, Texas, where they will nemam for several months. A COmtECTIGN. Grenville High School students complain about an oroor that ap peared iu the C. II. SL nfites, publish ed ia this paper lest week. If there was au error we are sure that it was not intentional, on the part of (he one wming itie notes. It was nil about the basket bojl game between Clnvton and Greiw villa, and in juslicA-lo all, we arc publishing Hie score ns given by the Orenville team, which is ns follows: Hoys' Oameu-Urcnvillo, 10; Clay ton, 8, Girls' Game -Orenville, 6; " Clav Idi), 10, The Clayton High School notes as published last week gave -Clayton credit for both games.11 Mrs. Emma Norman relumed the first of the week front Lindsay. Okla., where she ba spent several wct&g visiting with her daughter. Ito.ccpllon for 'Mr. Davis-. . Friday evening about,-fifly Pres byterians gathered at the homo of Mr. W. M. Gentry lo mtí.ot thou new pastor, Hov. Guy Davis, who is now at Wichita Falls,Trxna. but will soon take. up his work bore. Everyone was gixen uxiHiynl wel coifie by w. and .Mrs. uontiy and Hie evonnig was umrkly and .pleas anlly pawed with music, conversa tion an dvarious "stunts givrn by the unfortunate. Iterrosliments of sandwiches, cof fee nnd pin were erved at a. late lronr, and .the guest went to their homes hoping that-they might bo invited to' the home (f Mr and Mrs. Gentr.y soon-again. j." Near Ea.st Itelicf Takes Over (crinan I'roperlj In Jerusalem York, Feb. FOILSALH OR TIIADE 10 acres of gom 'kind in Butler county, Mo. 'Price $1000; one-hair cash, balance easy ttirtns. Will trade for stock or automobile. It. D llowen, Thomas. N. M. 7-8 Dr. C. E. Keller, Hie dentist, left Tuesday for Oklnlinma Gity, Okla homa, where he will spend a couple of weeks visiting friends add' relatives. G. W. Taguu of the Otto commun ity, was a Clayton visitor this week, and while here slopped at the News office Ions enough to renew his subscription. , . I'Olt SALE. One two and. one four-room bouse, eloo in, on Hickory St. See or write Florencio Gonzalo, at 202 Madison street, Clayton, ?s. M. 7-8'. b. J.J02I. Arrange ments nave neen nicme ny toe .ear East Relief to assume entire charge of the million and a half dollar or phangc in Jerusalem founded by Gorman missionaries until such time as the Germans are able to resume -its support. Since the Red Crff&g. turned oer its activities in the ear East to the reliof organization in the aprinjr operated the orplianage under tem porary agreements with Hie Brit ish government (if Palestine. The Syrian, or Schnellor orphan age, as it is known in hniior oí its founder, Pastor J. L. Schnnller, is one of the most thoroughly equipped of iW kind in the world. It was founded in 185Í, and now has about twenty-five buildings, all complete ly equipped with' modern sanitary plumbing and lighting systems. Schnnlsrnre maintained at the or phanage for the instruction of lis inmates in shoemaking, printing, pottery making, bakjug, tailoring:, farming, and sewing 'and embroid ery. Special (raining is also pro vided for the blind. ,Ifprovides for the care of inpre than five hundred children. t The Itriíi8li took over the institu tion as alien property wlion they captured Palestine in 1018. Dr. Theodore Schneller, of Cologne, Germany, a son of the founder', bad charge of its management at the time, ' I Dr. II. IMIrowh Is Appointed Suo- I i .. n ...i i t... .... Gov. Meohcm Imb announced the appoinlmont oí )r. Henry Ilolfe Drown of Albuquerque as adjutant general. The apoljilm 'lit i a per sonal one nnd does not require the confirmation of the sciia'e. Lljjhl JaineS'-Sells Ranch A deal was closed last week wlmreby pnrties 'from Texas be came the owners of the Light James rtuich of 10,000 acres, lying east of Grenville. We could not learn the exact price paid, but it is generally believed that the deal amounted to almost 9100,000. Mrs. O. T. Whltefield has taken elmrge of the Clayton Hotel, and stales that she will, reopen the din ing room next week. When in the 4iily and in need of a room over night, you aro fmite,! in call at the Clayton Hotel, where nu will find clean' rooms with pleliiv of cover. Adv.-7. "Tve imp itittfti 1umiiu hiKiiii Wedudsrlay oí llus week in Dallnn t. whefe they received I he Cdtjncil De liro of Masonryi All of them rc- mfivi a" most enjoyable time. Wo have no Council Chapter in Now Mexico, and it is the pufpnsa of Clayton Mufuna to organize a HotiiiV. cil -here, fftftbe near future. STATUS UK .NEW MlSXIt'o. i'ountyof Union. in the Probate Court. Tn the Matter of Hie Last Will and Testament of .Tune tíomc. deceased. So. JÍOTICK. Notice Is hereby elven tlint the un- dereimii'd, wan, on the BUi day of January, íazi, appdlntod .Adrolillstrator with the Will ntuiexed. of the eetittu of .ItiHe Gotnuü, deoeiiHPd. by Honor, itblo Miinuel CJaPbln, I'robiHe J ml Be of L-'nluir Coiinly, New Jlexlc-o THHUI5KOHH,. nil ppr-on hnvliiK clalniH SBRliiBt nalil estate are heroby nnttried to file til' Hume with the bounty Clprk of Union C'eunty, within one year from date of aald appoint ment an provided by law. or the same will be barred, IllTBtífc AUAI.I'ANnO, Adniinlntrator, with the Will An. nexed. Feb. 12 Kel 20. A-OTIO-: VOIt "I'l'IIMt'XTKI.V. r 1 1 1 1 linn I fun In tlMtilé Ta nt, wrr, it... . 1.1. . . i. . x-... mmIm, nrAj.1in.. in tt,.. aril O. Cok, Jhawy 0y80n,'aH oí County. New Mexico, attached; that Tale, N. M. credits and effeote In Uie hand Feb. 12 March li. ttelster. VOTH'U! OIC rUIII.ICATION STATE OP NJSW MKXICO. County of Union. In the DlBtrlct Court of TJnlon Coun- juuiciai Ulelrlct of New ty. IClKhth .Mexico of Orenville, No. 5008 xne i'iret state lTalntirt, vs. N. C. Ie-e et at. . Uefendante. The aald defendant, N. r I.eel hereby notified that a suit In attach ment has been commenced agalnnt him In the District Court for the I'oun 'M' P.f I'nlon, ICIgrhth Judicial District or tne tate -of New Mexico, by aald and it. Townshlif 28. North of Itañg-e H. East. V., ?nf',-i'latp Br New Mexico, by an J'lalntlff, and his property and effec P SKH, Sec. 4T and NH, Sec. 14. been attached, the mid U. P. James and J it. Htettier navina been served with writ In attachment as garnish, ees, as more fully set forth In the bill of complaint and affidavit In attach ment filed In said action and that un less you enter or cause to be entered, , your appearance In said, suit on i before the 26th day or March, A. I. llt decree PrtO-CONFKSSO and .luiyfimeH? by Default therein will be vKudered against you, and your proper ,'y Sold to satisfy same, and your moneys and effects in the hands of the garnishees applied thereon. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said Court nt clayon. New alexico, this 2nd day of February, A D. 1921. C. C CALDWELL, Clerk. Frank O Blue, Clayton. N. Si., Attornev for Plaintiff. Feb. 12 March 6. tltcpiilillentlfiii.) lieuartnient Of tho interior. IT. S. Land Office, Clayton, N. at.. FeM'ua:y S, 1921. v , Notice is hereby given that oscr N. Itoeder, of Tate, N. M.. vh. on September 22, llí, made Uomesteiiil MW4. Sou. 17. SKi NtC'i. Sec IS. NW' Sec. 2U, T. '84 N., H. 33 i:.. N. M. P Meridian, 1ms filed notic- of lo tion to make Three Year Proof to es tablish claim to the land above des cribed, before! Kei?tefer and Hecelver, r. S I.nnd Office, at Clavtnn. New Mexico, on the lltli day of .March, Cl.ilmnnt names ua wltnessc:-. We make a study of the business of furnishing homes. It is a busi ness by itself. When you eome to u. for a .sunnesllon in the -furniture line wo meet you on our oround and you will be sorvetl. We solicit your furniture problems. You will be pleased each timo you call. JLJf X-X. ouv many miles does he walk ? Hae you seen the little WALKING WALK-OVEIt Man in SISKIN IIIMIZSTKIN'S WINDOW? Gucas how many miles he ualUs ami win a wir of -over Shoes - Stmts SATU11DAY, l'lUHtL'AUY lililí, ami will end SATUHDAY, FCIUIUAKY 2(!tli,' at 3 1 SI. Winninn answer will bo announced at i I. SI., FKniUAUY 2Cth. J' ' Hot Water Hans, Itutilior flocs, Itiibbcr Klesh I(riisbcs, ete., ele., are not needed every day, hut are very necessary when tliev are needed. We t arry a line of these articles that will meet your ideas as to both quality and price. Whou you bae n need iu this line come to us. " i vvvvvwv, I M H M M f 7 Nt I "The Question The Utile mail walks 15 hours a day for 7 days, bow many miles does ho walk In. the jpvon time?s The man, láhy, hoy or tlh'l uuesshin the elosest will receive a pair of ?Í0.(I0 Shoes. In caso oí a tie, 10.00 worth of 'SthoM will be equally dliidcd amono ibose tylntj. , . s':v Come in and Guess " F IE IE ? Simon Herzstein's ? CLAYTON', NEW MEXICO iMef (10NTKST OI'KX TO SHIN, WOSIKN AND CHIUHUiN. COSlll ISKSD SEE HOW FAST HE WALKS gBMsHssssKjjlE PRESCUQrTQgBBBBMM sssssssssssssssTLl-.-Jrrv:if;'low dtoke b 0 \n\n of 1010 the Near East Helio? hasi Of U I. Jamen and J. H. Stettler hare necia. liiiirj, erial mo. uzuhimi, to- v.