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Tlltí CLAYTON NEWS, Mtl.LHHS OF STATK TO MIÍIÍT IN ALHUyUliHQUH Tin- M.'xiii) Mlllarn' assoria linn will hold it fourth nnnuHl ion al AlhÍHIUlTilim thin wk. About twnntjr riplrgalra to llio inciting aro oxpeclwl, coming from Hoswoll, Hale!), IjM Cruce, the Ks-lani-in iillcv. La Veras and olhur nainU north. - A number of ttiMreum are sclied uled in which t lit railroad ralos on mill products, wheat prioos, out look -for crops anil oilier topics of interest lo tun members or inn anao ciatin will lie discussed. The committee in clmrae lias ar ranged a good program of onler luinmenl Tor Huí delégales, which will include a banquet, to be fol lowed by a smoker. STOCKAIIIN ANO FAltMUlts FILE KICK oN HAIL HATES Denver. Colo, .lune 2. In a foil- HKil application before L. K. Disque of Hie interstate commerce commis sion, representatives oí six- leading . . i r.. . western siick growers mm luunuro organizations yesterday presented a l'orinal demand for lower freight rales on livestock declaring that the present freight ralos were 'unjust, unreasonable, excessive and unlaw ful." Practically all of the railroads oí tho country bundling livestock of Iho stoekgrowers' associations are nam ed as defendants. A general cut in freight rates on all western rail roads is asked by Hie stoekgrowers , who are represented by S. 11. Cowan, of Fori Worth, Texas; Clifford J). Thorne, of Chicago; tiraddy Gary, of Louisillc, Ky, and S. C. Howe, of Fori Worth. A second hearing of the case was to be held late today. Final hear ings will be in Chicago .lune ti. ItKI OllM SCHOOL AT SPIUNC.EH HAS NEW S U I E H I NTUNO EXT Springer, June 2. W. A. Wake of Hutchinson, Kansas, was this week installed as the new superintendent of the New Mexico, reform school, succeeding David Padilla, who was serving under a temporary appoint ment. The board of trustees chose Air. lilake after a careful survey of the applications ceived and hen asmire tils being in good condition when he faces U Hare. The Aortbeni New Mexico Fair Astmciatiou is going la make the July 4 card an all slar event, ac cording to Ernest D. Reynolds, sec retary. I l'rogrcis is being made on the July i program and a few days more will see everything in readiness. The automobile- parade in (he morn ing likely will draw a largo number of people with decoruiod cars. l'rizos of 950 and $25 are being of fered for tho most patriotic appear ing cars. Reservations for Iho fight aro el ready coming in. Thoso Who desire choice seats should call Mr. Rey nolds. Tho ball game is being arranged by J. L. McDermilt. Italon Range I'UHLIC NOTICE Sale of Clajlon, New .Mexico, School iMsiricl i"tdiiiu HijiiJs. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VKN That on Monday, tho 7th day of June, A. D. lltól, at the hour of 8 o'clock P. M., of said day, at ttie High School Office in Clayton, New .Mexico, the Board of Judication of Iho town of Clayton, N. M, will soil (he negotiable coupon building bonds of the School District subject to the jurisdiction of said Board in the amount of Eighty-Eight Thousand Dollars ($8,000,; to bear date the 1st day of June, A. D., 1U21, and lo bear interest at the rate of six nor centum nor annum, payable semi-annually; the said bonus to bo dito in not less than zo years nor excecdmii 30 years from their dale, and redeemable at the pleasure ol the Board ol lulucatiou at any tune after 10 years from their date. The said Ponds are issueu oy saiu Board of Education for the purpose of purchasing school sites and erect ing anu completing scnooi nouses within the territory under Iho jur isdiction of said Board. - - IM! I !.!.! i' It... uiicuiiuiuuiuii ums lui uiu iiui chase of said bonds will be received until -l ie hour above named and should bo sealed and addressed to II. 11. Errelt. the Clerk of Hie Board of Education, at Clayton, New Mex ico. An unconditional certified check on u responsible bank, in tho sum of iwo per cení oi me price uiu, siioum r.-iTi,,! 7 i,n,i i.,.!,' i n accompany II bids, to he lorreiled Which had been le- aU(, j,, Í1S liquidated dam eve thai they select- ..,. Tí n.., ,...,m( n,i. ti,,. nni'ulias- ed tho best man lo be found. He has u; rus lo t.omi,iy with Ihe terms of iiiauo ooys ins uiu mini mu iui n pld. many years has been engaged in tins ..,, S!lili ilin,.(i nr K.,in,.ntinn will kind of work in some or the rmest ascertain the best terms upon, and schools of this kind in Ihe country. Mm lowest rale of interest at which said bonds can bo negotiated, nui N. Y. HANKS V ja3,7.'W,WHl said bonds shall not he sold lor less ON (EHAIAN REPARATIONS than ninety-live cents on me uoi- lur. said Hoard ot jyjiiealion nere- IM'Vv 11JIK. .llllllj Lilian iiui-i -v . ... .7 . . - ... 1IOII, ?.W,lúü,ml IU .umi.lli.vn i m, . . , i if it lIlMllllS it for tho rnnnnilinim iliSlnlltllcill. lo Hie ill OS U I" .?.1" SAllL.',U. 'l,Uh" r . : V. . . i i i. IH'Sl uiierosi oi sum jiuuiu ui iuii Willi their checks against. Gorman 1Jy onL.r 0f n, Hoard of Edtica- uovoriunenl funds en deposit with Hon of the town -of Clayton. Now them. Mexico, dated tins üist uay oi uuy, The inoiiev vvas ill the New lork A. D. NOTICIS roil 1'1,-pMOATIOW. Department of tlx Interior. U. 8. L4ind Office, at Clarton, N. M., May 17, 1821. . , Notice Is hereby tvn that Irvin W. Fleming, of SeneoH, N. M., wio, on January I, 118, made Homestead Hn try. seilal No. 0II68S. for NUM. Sec. 2: T. 2S ti.. n. it E.. N. M p. Meridian hits filed notice ot Intention to make Three Year I'rnnf. to ar.tiiblleh claim to the land above described, before Charlen P. Talbot. IT. S. ("ommlBSIoner. at hlf office In Clarton, N. M , on the 16th Jlay of July, 19S1. Claimant names its witnesses: Ural Vi. Johnson. Hush It- Baker, all of Seneoa, N. M., Muy 28 June St. Iteetster. I'AZ VALVBIlbE, yoTicii ron ,1'iiiiLicA'rio.v. DeiMirtment of the Interior. U. S, lMtA Office, at Clayton, N. M., May IT, 1981. Notice Ishéreby slven that Thomas UHt 30, 1918, made Additional Kntry under Act of Deo. 29, 1916, Serial No. 0X4491, for Slüil ÑB, Nll SHU, Sec 8. T. 29 N.. 1L Í3K.. N. M. P. Meridian. lias filed iioUcb of Intention to make Three Year ivroor, to cstablisn claim to the land above described, before Chur- les P. Talbot, V. S. Commissioner, at his offiae In Clayton, N. M , on the 13th mi y oí juiy, i'.izi. Claimant names as witnesses: George I.arkln, Cary O. Yopp, Lucus Trlbelhorn, W. S. Itlley. all ot Uuy, N. M. PAZ VAI,VU1UB, May 18 June 28. Itetrlstvr. NOT1C12 FOll PUm.lCATIO.N. Department of tho Interior, U. S. I-aiid Office, lit Clayton, N. M., May 17, 1921. Notice Is hereby given that Cary O. Yopp, of Guy. N. M., who. on Feb. Í, 1917, made Homestead Kntry, Serlnl No. 024139, for 8ft, Sec. 32, T 30 N., It. 33 K., N. M. V. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to estubllsh claim to the land above described, before Chnrles P. Talbot, 17. S. Commissioner, at his of fice In Clayton, is. JI.. on the 13th day of July, 1921. uiaiiuani names ns witnesses: GcorKe Larkln. Thoma-i J. Parry, I,ucns Trlbelhorn. V. S. Itlley, all ot Guy, N. M. I'AZ VALVKItDE, May 28 Juno 25. Itegister. NOTICU l'OIl PUIll.IfATIO.N'. Denartment of the Interior. IT. S. I-ancl Oflce, at Clayton, N. M., May lti, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Bences lano Leal, of l'asamonte, N. M., who, rll 17, 1918, made Homestead lin erlal No. U229C5, for Ni SWV,, n April 17, 1918, made Homestead Kn ry. fecrlal No. U229C5. for NV4 SWV. Sec. 6, T. 22 N., It. ÍU IÍ.. N. M. 1". Meri iinB iiiou nonce oi inieiiiion to Ian. make Throe Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Charles 1. Talbot, U. S. Commis sioner, ot his office In Clayton, N. M , n i lie uay oi juiy, 1:121. uiaimani names us wnnesseH: lleniamln Gnrcla. Valentin Tintillo. Julian TruJIIlo, Francisco l.eal, all of Casamente, N. M. May 28 Juno 2G. IteKlstcr. . ViY. VAIiVKHUlS, NOTIUi: FOR 1'UHMC'ATIO.V. Donnrtmont of tho Interior. U. S. and Office, at Clayton. N. M.. May 17. 1921. Notice Is hereby Klven that Jack A. uavis, or Jieiuon, UKia.. wno, on csep- ember v. 192U. made llomesteua Kn try Serial No.02Cn73, for NW'5 SKVi, 1JU SWVi. Sit SW , Sec. 22, WV4 W ., Sec. 27, T. 31 N.. It. 3S K, N. M. 1 erlillan. has filed notioc of lntcn- I1111 to make Three Yonr Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above des cribed, before U. S. I-iind Office, Hpb lstor and ltecelver, at Clayton, N. M., 11 me a 1 11 iay oí J uiy, u2i. L'laimant names ns wiinesses' Alexander MncKeiizle, Thomas K. lies. John C. Giles. WlUliun T. i;ai.li:., nil of Kenton, Oklal.miia. paz VAi,vi:itni. May 2S June 26. Jteglster. MITICK I'Olt PI'1II,ICATH),. federal reserxo bank today to the credit of the Hank of Knyland and the Hank of France. The hanks representing Germany were: Hallgarlen & Co., Kquilablo Trust I'oinnan.v. Speyer & Co., and tho Guaranty Trust company. DKIIINK TUHMS OI-' I'OIUCHiX MATKltlAI, I (H'NI) IN WIIUAT There are Iwo terms in Ihe Fed eral wheal standard- which apply lo foteiiiii material, explain special UU of the Bureau of Markets, V. S, Deointinent of Aiiricullure "doek- aire." and "foreign material oilier than dockage." The term dockage ...... I! y I l llt.k r.ii!rit itni il l uiinrii i" ill" in .-iMi 1.. Iim,. lO'l Which can he retimed readily from JimL tho wheat by Ihe use of appropriutr sieves, cleaning devices, or other practical means suited lo separate tlio foreiiin material presold, Kor- jeign material other Iban dockage is .. f ,l...l : 1 110 loriMgu mait'niii uuu 1 mn i' H. II. EIUIKTT, (Seal) Clerk. First publication, .lune í, Htól. Last publication, .lune 20, 11)21. NOT1C.K OF FINAL IIKA1UNC Leo tipell, Deceased. ytate of New Mexico ) County óf Linou. ) Olfho of l'robale Court To All lo Whom These Présenla M:iv Come. Greeting: Tnúe Notice: That the Dili day nf .lulv. 11)21. has been set by the Honorable l'robale Court of said County for the final hearing' in tin; mailer of tlio esiaio 01 IjCO apeu Moe.eiised. " 11 vi onus W loreo . I nave plac ed mv iianu anu auixeu 1110 sum oi said l'robale Court this 2nd uay 01 (Seal) Í3. R. CALDWELL. Clerk of l'robato Cour Per Vito M. Miera, Deputy. FüH.-23-i NOTICI2 OF FINAL IIIÍAH1NC! Tstttn T tin nil 1 )ífitiiftíl araien in uie si-ri'tMiniK ami miiiiiiii-i yia((, 0f mv Mexico in tin (locivage-iree saiupio auu is t.ounlv of Union. a faclor in the grading, ilehnlle per eenlagos being permitted within eaeli numeriral grade. Dockage doe not affect the grade nrrlen r Probnto Court To All lo Whom These Presen l Mnv Cnirio. tlronlllllf: Take Notice: That Iho alb tlay nf Jul v lOL'l. tins been sol bv 111 lionotanie rrouaio uouri ui suju Denartment of the Interior. U. S. .and Office, at Clayton, N. it, May . 1921. Notice ly hereby given that Bessie I Lee. of Orenville. N. M.. 'who. on March 15, 1918, mado Homestead IJn-1 ry. serial No. U2&8&&. lor Ki;'i Sec. 34. T. 27 N.. IL 31 It. N. M. I' Meridian, hns filed notice of intention to maku Three Yeur l'roof. to establish I claim to the land nbove ttescriocu, dc fore Iteirister and Receiver, of the U. S. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M., on tne uiu uay or juiy, ívxi. ijiainiaut. names as witnesses: Mocklln M. Lee. Gordon R l'earce. William It. Holtsclaw, John Uert Al len, an or urenvme, .-m. m. I'AZ VALVKUDU, May 2S Juno 25. Itoglster. XTiri KOIl I'UIUilCATIOX. THORNTON GARAGE The Place Where Service Counts 1 Bring us your repair work. Our mechanics are the best and their services are at your command All Repair Work Guaranteed! We aro agents for tho Oakland Automobile, none belter. Uo oenlly the price or these ears lias dropped $200.00. You eon now buy an Oakland TouriiiQ Car or Itoadster for $1,315.00. We ara in position to nlvo you terms on these cars. We buy, sell and trade used cars on easy terms Gasoline, Oils and Accessories. LAMBERT THORNTON, Piop. i Jnst Across from tlio Post Officc,- Claylon, New Alex ico Thete walls willn ever cracV Theinterettinv Danel treat" ment and beautifully painted fheze make thu room ac ddedly above the ordinary. 'ten Make The Plain Room Attractiye WHETHER buildinfi or remodeling, you will be better pleased with your rooms if stiff-as-lumber Black Rock Wallboard is used for the walls and ceilings. There 9 no muss or litter in applying Black Rock Wallboard. Once in place, it stays there permanently without cracking, warping or falling. It gives an added comfort and attractiveness to the rooms no matter what the character of the building house, bungalow, office, store, restaurant, church or factory. Note the moisture-repellent black centre that identifies the genuine, rigid, 4-ply veneer Black Hock Wallboard. Black Rock Wallboard is protected against all kinds of weather and needs no priming coat in decor ating because it receives a special surface sealing and sizing treatment. Give as a chance lo explain the adcanlages of Black Rock Wallboard for your particular buildings. STAR LUMBER COMPANY Clayton, New Mexico Thono 158 A. EX MONTElTh, Manafjer The DIXIE STORE Denartment of the Intfirlor U. S. I.iind Office at Clayton, N. At., May 17, 1921. Notice is liereiiy itlvon tnat wiuiain T 1 1 . . . 'I V I i.lm .1 I Ull. Ul I. IJ lull. ... 1 ..u, u.. i Mtuad Kntry, serial lío. n:r.i:z, lor dis Vi, HfO. 11), T. 27 N., It. 30 U., N. M. P. Meridian, has tiled notice of Intention to make Three Year 1'roor, to esinnnsn claim to tne lami uuove uuBuriueu, liHfnrn ItntrlHter mid Iteeelvur. U. S. Itud Ufficu, at Clayton, IS. M., oil me 7tn nay ot juiy, ivzi. rmimunr iinmnH 11 m wiuiiihumh. J. M. Hare. D. A. Carroll. FranU Hoover, all of Clayton, N. Jl., Jerry Itarton, ot Seneca, N. i. PAZ VALVBTtDB. May 28 June 2S. . Itegliiter. KOIl I'lini.lC.VTlON. -n.Miiiv.M-ji.ui V'f; , .... cmnily for tho final heariiiKin tho SI-XF UITII IU5 OIA I.IU nniUef. of lho ogtnte of onio J. Spell, While clwt.tins a revolvor, (Im-al.l l,ft8Mtf - , Wlinrftr i illlVo nlac Pr est, 33 Norm J irth stroei, - H, iy hand and affixed Iho soal of rulonlally (lischart?fd Iho weapon, suj(j lrnbato Court this 2nd day of llio millet longing in nis iep. Juno, 1021. Tim hnllul nil :i rlivnn linio inlo P. ('. HALDWELL. the lwiie and did not break iU The Sil) Chrk of Proba to Court. lol rtMiiiMed that nrndn hi' h Per Vilo M. Mlora, uopuiy. drill. Thf act'idenl woirred Mon- l,OU.-a-; day night. IlaUui ilaiiQi. " LLI)WKI,L HAS COCHi TUAINIIIIS FOU JULY Jack nooney. a well known mid- (llewo H it. anivoil in Jlaion ya- lorday to train Walter Cnldwoll for Iiíh fight hero July h, with Kdtllo O'ljara. Itooney is known as a hard tiitUr, If an opponent Can bo found for lilm, he will fight tho wnii- wintlun. In Uie Caldwoll training camp with Hoonay Uiure will bo added sovoral mora boxors to mix it with him to THE OIL GAME Its Fací and Fallacies; Pro moters' Tricks Exposed; líooU uty s. Experience; 'Wildcat" Wells!!! A History of Ousher. This pamphlet' for 10 conU. Oil Fluid Inspector Ralph E. Pearson '201-5 Larendon Uuilding Houston, Toxa8. HUllto of Davl no Horn Department ot the Interior U. , S. tjind Otfioe, at Clayton, K. M., Moy 10. 1921- . . Notice U hereby Riven that Louis C. de llHca. of lloueliud, .N. M., who, on June 10. HUG. made Homoatead lüntrj Serial No, MUI. or SK NB. mm N. St. p. Aferidlan, ha ílltd tiotloe of itueillion io mane uiree iwir x-iuui. to establish claim to llie lann auove iloHcrllifiil. before A. A. Wynne. U. H. ConimlHHloner, nt Moaquero, N. M., on the 13th uny or juiv riilmnnt iimnHtt aH WItneflBes: omero. Uoth of Bueyerug. fj. M. PAZ VALVBRDB, May 28 June 26. r.eglater. NOTIt'K I'lin IUlU,10.VTIO.. nunartmAnt nf thft Tnterlor. II. S. Ind.'Offloe, nt Clayto, N. M., May 17 1921 hoUcé U hereby Klvwi that Albert a. Steel, of Clayton, N, vrhp. on AiiMuil 9. 1910. mada Additional Home- atela Bntry, Serial No. 0SÍ618, for 8KKvKc. 30, T. 27 N, It S it, N. M, i'. aierjtllHn, utin uiqu iiufcivv ui. Himii' tlort to rnaKe Three year vropi, to IKDUBI) eiaipi io uje :avn U. 8. For Ladies and Ghildrens Hats Racket Goods and Notions ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co., Inc. HONDEI) ABSTUAGTRHS CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO - M. P. HARVEY, Manager. . Phone 223 .... - i. . áfmant nai to the land jujovb de. uller. Soot Hufflne, all of Orenvlila. N. it, Jarnea UrlKBU, ot Mt Mtty 18 June 35. VALVHilDH, Reclster. LUMBER IS NOT ALL WE SELL We believe In service and that la one big feature oí our business. We will be glad to help you in the planning of your borne, furnish you complete plans if necessary, give you an estimate on the cost of the material, frankly tell you the best kinds to use, the best or the cheapest and fit Uie plans to your pocketboolc. 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 Jo Lumber Co. CLAYTON- nEW MEXICO \n\n i t m.,ti ..,. iv i-iisorvns tin- nun. 10 roiuci unv . .,r n,.,. ..i- i r..,u ami ai iiuis anu lo sou ino oonus Was paill oy lour i'W iuri ununn, L,a,un June 13, litis, mailo Ádltlonnl Honre- lion 'Kouato, pedro AiOdoiq. uotn . .1 .1 XT , I.. ....n miunu s,h.