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TlIE CLAYTON NEWS, RATI HDAY. APIHL 1C, lD2i.
SUDAN ITKiMS W'.mI.Iíiiuí, weddings! hoar thr bells' On Saturday, April 2, Mr. Finis Sartiini nf 1'ato, and Mis Norma Hrtwii f Sedan, wen- united in matrimony il Dallmrt. Texas. Tin bride i teaching school near Tale. On the same dale Mr. Kd Hickman and Mis Johnnio Dumb, IkiUi of Sedan, were joined in wedlock Monday. April lili, Mr. W. D. Thompson of Sedan, and Mrs. Joyce Akin Calloway of SUjad, wero unilod in marriage at, Dalhart, Trans. All conl raeting parties aro well and fa vorably known in .our community, ami here's wishing litem all long life and prosperity. As woddings are tlio order of the day, we'd like lo know "who'll be next." 11. n. Akins and family have left for the west lo look for homes. Mr. Akins has sold his home U Mr. liar Ian, who took possession last week. JJoth nafties linve the good wishes of Hie community in their new un dertakings. Fred Hoggs, accompanied by Mr. Kyle, loft last week for tlie Hot Springs in Jlernalillo county, New Mexico, where- he will roct'ivo treiil ment. Mr. Hoggs lifts been in poor health for some time, and we hope tin; chango will benefit him. A millibar of ur residents are Ink ing advantage of the offer of the Prairio Oil and Gits Co., and are bringing lo their homes largo loads of good coal at $8 por load flll you can haul. Mr. Goorgo .lack was elected a member of the Sedan consolidated school board at. the rocont election. Two now stones wore placed in Simba cemetery recently, in memo ry of Mrs. Kiln Hammond, and the infant son of Mr. and .Mrs. Everett. Shaba. Mrs. l'nlur Kierans is seriously ill. Dr. Winchester wis called and she is some belter at the present lime. It. W. Miller and Jesse Massey made a trip Saturday to Trinidad, Colorado. Geo. Mosser of Clayton, accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Theodnro Lobb aro the proud parents of a baby boy, born on Monday, April 5. Mesrs. Jack Seroggin and George Messer wore Sedan visitors Wednesday, Mcmorium Mrs. Marlha McPhail died at the home of her grand-daughter, Mrs. A. G. McNcel. on March 2!). 11)21 Martha McNeel was born in Missis sippi November 2, 18U. and was mar ried lo William Duncan MclMiail at the age of twenty-two. To this union two rliildren weie boni; a boy ami a girl. Soon after her marriage she came to Texas where, she speTit Hie remaining days of her life, with Hie exception of the last few months spent with her grand-daughler, Mrs. Arthur MciNeel. who wiUi (bree sis ters survive her. Grandma, as she was lovingly call ed in the homo where she spent the last days of ber life, professed faith in Christ when about thirty live years of age and uniled wilb ( lie Haptist church. She was laid for her final rest ill Iho Shaba cem etery near Sedan, after service had been hold at the U. U. church. conducted by Hev. D. I. Hammond, on Thursday, March 31. j $, J $ $. J ,f j. $ j. j j. $ $ j $ J ; : HOUSEHOLD HINTS . . .. .. .. A . .. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvv Lvery time a woman appears in an attractive now spring hat it n not safe to jump nt the conclusion that it is a $26 hat and begin to win der how she can afford it in these hard times. w probably made of two old ones since some cominundy farm bureaus have placed millinery on their program for spring work. Aren't you discouraged when you look at Mint stocking bag. Some of those old stockings aren't even worth mending. AVhy not cut the feet off and then cut, the tops into strips an inch wide. If you oil lhee strips and put them in a mop you will have a dust mop far less ex pensive than one purchased at the store. Tho old tops, especially of silk ones, are fine for dust cloths. The health and appearance of your family are a wood indication of the wholesonu ness of their diet. Girls of high school age should never be permitted to go witb'oul ! i i. . . i IJlCUKItlHl. CLEAN- UP SALE é COLUMBIA ECORDS i Over 200 Selections to Choose From all Next Week Your Ch otee 59 Cents J!l;lllB;i!!!Birain!ll'!!lllll :;i: i:it!"Hj!r'i)4mrn'(.tnit!"i nj'iHTiMmnniiRmMBiimffrETmHHm CITY DRUG STORE YVANSEH & RECK, Proprietors. notice run priii. ration Now is a good lime lo plan to screen the kilcehn porch. If Ibis is dono and a comportable chair and table placed there, much of the pre paration of food may lie done where it is comfortable and tin' work will be enjoyed instead of being a-monotonous task of getting three meals a day for :tM days in the year. Linolouin when covered with a coat f wax anil placed on the kit chen floor, save. hours of scrub bing. It can be wiped up with a duslless mop and is always sanitary. Men who are to bo trusted seldom tell you of it. Department of the Interior, V. S Land OIflc;e at Clayton, N. M , Slarch 21. 1921. Notice Is hereby given that Silvu Jane Harris, of Pasamonte, N. M., who, on November. 14, 1017, made Homestead Entry. Sorlai No. 1)25555, for S13U, K V. SWU. NW'i SWU, Section 21; SW U SWU, Section 22, Township 25 N., Range 30 K., N. SI. 1. .Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year l'roof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register anil Receiver, U. 8. Land Office, t Clayton, N. SI., on the 12th day of May, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Itobort Coombs, I. C. HarrlB. C. C. Coombs, all of Pasamente, N. St.; and Elmer Thorn, of Sofia. N. JI. PASS VALVKItDE, April 9 May 7. Register. The most Instme- thine about, the Kntry, sdriai No. 023302, for SEU.áec- niodern gown of a woman is the bill, tion 20. Township s n liange 20 B.; ,M. L . ,tit-riuiitu, linn iiiou uuiiuo ui intention to make Throe Yoar Proof TREES I have in surplus trees for salo Apple, IUuin, Poach, Pear and Cher ry Trees; some largo Hlack Locust; plenty in tho smaller sizes, Box El dor and Silver Poplar. Seven varieties Climbing Rosos; some Everblooming Hoses; Shrubs and Climbing ines; Everbearing Strawberry Plants; Rhubarb ana Horseradish Plapts. Priced as low .as first-class trcos can bo bad anywhere. Nursery 3 blocks nortb from First National Rank. Phone No. 219. G. A. RODELL. Read THE NEWS. KIRS C "h'b A u'm CLOTHES SPRIN G T92T ll A BUSINESS MAN'S SUIT Merchant! Banker! Lawyer! Doctor! All men who prefer dignity, solid quality, quiet conservatism and who do not overlook economy! Here is a group of Kirschbaum Clothes tailored especially for you in worsteds, serges and cheviots. The price is forty dollars. A. B. Copyright, 1921, KirKhbauai Coatpaaj c H if - .1 ; Its style never chances, NOTICli FIMl JPUni.ICATIOX Department of the Ihterior, U. S. Land Office a. Clayton, N. 31., March S, 1921. Notice Is hereby given that William J. Doby, of Kenton, Oklahoma, who, on January 29, 191C, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 0S0736, for SV4 SEH, SWH, and S NWM, Sotlon , Town ship SO N., Itange 35 B., N .it! P. Alo ridlan, has filed notico of Intent! 511 to make Flrriil Three Year Proof, to es tablish claim to tho land above des cribed, before Charles P, Talbot, V. H. Commissioner, at his' office In Clay ton, N. SI., on the 21st day of April, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Florencio Iíodrlquez, of Slosce,' New Miwílco; J. s. Naranjo, Qdell Harris, C. C. Doby, all of Kenton, Oklahoma. PAZ VALVERDE, Star. 19 Apr. lfi. Roister. XOT1CK FOlt IMJIIMOATION Department of tho Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, Now Slexlco, Slarph 8, 1921. Notico Is hereby given that OeorBO I.lttle, of Gladstone, New Mexico, who, on November 3, 1917, and April 22, 1918, made Homestead Entries, Serial Noh. 026619, and 025927, for SWU NW Yt. Section 4, BH SE'4, SEÍ NEM, SWV NEVi, Section 6, Township 21 N., RnnKo 28 East. N. 51. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Thrco Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, bofore Charles P. Talbot, U. S. Commissioner, at Ills office, in Clayton, Now Mexico, on tho 23rd day of April, 1921. Claimant names s witnesses: to establish claim to the land nbovo described, before Charles P. Talbot U. S. Commissioner, at his office In Clay ton, New Stexlco, on the 7th duf- Bf May. 1921. Claimant names a witnesses! flohn Stoynoff, George lielolieff, Krlst Naum, Arthur Spencer, all Of Sofia, New Mexico. PAZ VALVI3n.DK, April April 30. Register. NOTICIÍ POH 1'Um.ICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Offlca at Clayton, New Mexico, Starch 8, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Marceli no Ulan, of l'asamonte, New Mexico, who, on April 21, 1916, made Home stead Entry, Serial No. 022084, for EH5, Section 36, Township 25 North, Range 29 Hast, N. SI. P. Meridian, has' filed notice of Intention o make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to tho land ubove described, before Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Clayton, Now Mexico, on the 21st day of April, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Juan J. Chavez, Pablo Romero, San tiago Romero, Rafael Romero, all of Pasamonte, Now Mexico. PAZ VALVERDE, Slar. 19 Apr. 1. Rejr'síer. XOTICH FOIl PUHLIOATION vJnTcnwwla",' y?"e wo,íley; Mr ; is v. iu,,;;; s: 7. M" p. i.??.1!.?; aJd;.1'J7,nk Jo"eS' a" 0irldian, has filed notloe of Inte Gladstone, New Mexico, PAZ VALVERDE, Slar. 19 Apr. 16. ReKister. XOT1CK FOIl PU11LICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, N. SI., Starch 8, 1921. Notico Is hereby given that Altonzo Grlne, of ISeenham, N. SI., who, on January 8, 1918, made Homestead En try, Serla No. 025702, for N NE'. SWU NEW, NWVi SEU, Section 12, Township 22 N., Range 30 15., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notico of intention to make Thr'eo Year Proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver, of the U. 8. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M on the 23rd day of April, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Juan Del Valle, Tedro Del Valle, Fi del Jimenez, Slelqutarcs Gonzales, all of Pasamonte, N. SI. s PAZ VALVERDE, Star. 19 Apr. 16. Register. I Department of the Interior, Land Office at Clayton N. M., Miucb 8, 1291. Notice is hereby given that Jose Del A'alle, of Pasamonte, N. SI., who, on ! April 10, 1918, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. OÍ050S, for NWH SWU, SB I W NWU, Wtt NWU. Section 8, Town- Me entton to make Three Year Proof, ' to estab lish claim to the land abpve described. oeiore jioRiBier ana iteooiver, or tn9 U. S. Land Offtco at Clayton, N. M., on the 22nd day of April, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Pedro Del Valle, Juan Del Valle, Ig nacio Jimenez, Alfonzo Grlnt, all of Pasamonte, N, SI. Otto-Johnson Merc. Co. M CLAYTON ( I N)TICIS FOIl rUIlLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office nt Clayton, New Mexico, Slarch 8, 1921 Notice Is hereby given that Frank Wolford, Jr., of Silera, New Mexico, Who, on September 17, 1918, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 024852, for NWU, Ntt SWU, SEU SWU, 8U NBU, Section 18, SWU SWU, Section 17, NWU, SU NEU, Section SO, Town ship 22 N., Range 31 East, N. SI. r Slerldlan, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Charles P. Talbot, U. B. Commit) PAZ VALVERDE, Slar. 19 Apr. 16. Register. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION Department of the IrOfrlu, Wqgbmaári Land Qftlco at Claytoffi (Wew,'.,MéxJ53H6 Starch 8, 1921. ... -- Notico Is hereby given that Andrew , J. Turner, of Stead, New Mexico, who. on June 6, 1916, made Homestead En- -try, Serial No. 022295, for E4 NWU, Lots 1 and 2, Section 19, Township 21 N Range 35 E. ,N. SI. P. Meridian, "ría filed notice of Intention to make Tlne Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charle P. Talbot, United States Commissioner, in hla office, at Clayton, New Mexico, on the 22nd day of April ,1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Fred Hartram, of Stead, N. SI.; Ben jamin Dlken, Grover Welckel, WllllanV ' Welckel, all of Hayden, N. SI. PAZ VALVERDB, Slar. 19 Apr. 16. Register. Notice (o Whom It Slay Concorn: In the Probate Court of Union County, Now Mexico: Notico Is lioreliy given that the undersigned, having been duly ap pointod Administrator of tho estate sloner, at his offloe In Claytdn, New of ISfWC N. Powell, deceased, the tlt Mexico, on the 19th day of April, 19J1. ,ly of March. 'ii)2i. herehv s-ivna tin. Claimant names as witnesses: i.,- tn ,, .,. ,!. .thin,. Louis A. Shugart, Tranolto Romero, William Wolford, all of Mlerj. N. SI.; and Julian Gonzales, of Pasmaonte, N. M. PAZ VALVHRDB, Mar. 19 Apr. Jé. Register. NOTICB FOU PUIJLIOATION Department of the Interior, U. & Land Offloe at Clayton, New Mexico, March 21. 1921. Notice Is hereby given that Kosta Dlmitroff, of Sofia, New Mexico, who. on October 21, 1916, made Homestead. against the said ostalo of Isauo N, I'owell, decoased lo prresenC Cb ' same within the time próscrload. 'by law, fur the purposo of having Hi. same adjusted. All porsons iuUdiit- ed to said estato are requeetod t6 inako immedialo payment to tlwiun dorsigned. FRAUK O. BLÜI5, -Administrator or Executor. B, Cf Clayton, N'gw Mexico. '. hot us send you The Clayton News. j