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THE CLAYTON NEWS
PAGE SEVEN. Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Lia t H V Mjtrl Ttbactt C. "3 hesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos bletided 20 for 18c 10 for 9c Vacuum tins of 50 - 45c 00) Dollars. T. H. niXET, Special Master. John D. W. Veeder, Attorney for Plain tiff, Los Vegas, New Mexico. 4-2S-5-19 STOP THAT ITCHING If you suffer from nny form of skin disease such as Iloli, Eczema. Tcllor, ningworm, Crackhanils, Sore Feet, Dandrufi, Falling Hair, Old Soros, or Sores on children, or anj oilier skin disease we will sell you a jar of Ulue Star Ilomedy on a guar antee that if not satisfied wc will return your money. Wanscr Drug Co. Tom Wolfords Shop CLEANING AND PRESSING WE ARE PREPARED TO GIVE YOU THE BEST OF SERVICE. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK. Phone 282 "7- HOPS FOR WHEAT LANDS Present conditions are that a con siderable acreage of wheat has been so badly injured by drought and i blowing that it will not make a ; crop. Two methods of handling such I fields arc suggested by President Kent of the New Mexico College oí "Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. One ts to fallow the land and the other is to plant it to row crops. Fallowing is I he mol tlnsiralilc method of preparing the land for an other wheat crop, but means no re turn from the crop I his year. To lie of value, a fallow must bo handled so us to prevent any growth of weeds whatever. The purpose of a fallow 'in the plains region is to store mois ture, ajid weeds, if allowed to grow, jyftsta fiil moisture. As soon as weeds make a growth of one or two Inches, fallow land should be thor oughly disked to destroy the weeds. When the second growth of weeds appears, (ho land may he plowed or listed as time permits. If listed, a wcedor may he used to throw down tho ridges and level the land later. This throwing in operation may de stroy n third crop of weeds. If the land is plowed and the summer is wet, the field may have to be disked again to destroy the third crop of weeds. Late summer tillage should he avoided us much as possible as it leaves the soil loose at the time of seeding and increases the danger of blowing the following winter and spring. If a return from the land is desired Ibis year, it may be plant ed to corn or one. of the sorghums. Tho choice between corn and sor ghum will depend upon the adapta bility of the particular land to each crop and the uso to be made of the crop. If corn is to lie planted, a variety of Mexican .June will probably be as profitable as any. Locally grown seed, if good, is always to be pre ferred lo imported seed for field planting. If sorghums are lo Do planted, a choice between grain sorghums or forrtgo sorghums must be made. Tiie records of the Tucfnucari field sta tion show dwarf milo as the best grain crop, with dwarf kafir second and corn third. When the same till age methods are used, milo outyiold ed kafir one bushel per acre in an eight year average. Corn for tho food at ie same period yielded three bushels per acre less than kafir. Moth corn and kafir have a much higher for age value th.iti milo. Early Black ball kafir. Dwarf Rlackbull (Dawn) kafir, and Dwarf yellow milo made the best yields at the Tucuincari station. Early Rhickhull kafir pro duces the iikhI forage with Ihe grain crop. For forage, the sweet sorghums are generally preferred and yield the lai-gest tonnage. Honey Sorghum is the heaviest yielder, but is coars er, requires a longer growing period anil more often fails to maturo seed. Sumac and lied Amber are in Ihe order named tiie next heaviest yield ers and usually mature seed. These sorghums make excellent forage when sown broadcast. For very late planting, Freed's sorgo or Sudan grass are best. Sudan makes es pecially good hay for horses. Full information for rate, date and methods of planting these crops is given m bulletin 4o. 130, of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, State College. N. M. The bulletin will be sent free upon retpiesl. State of New Mexico, County of Union. IN THIS DISTRICT COUItT O. O. Oranvllle, I'lalntlfr, v"- No. 6376. Henry llrunncr, Defendant. Notice or rorrcloKiirr Snle Notice In hereby given that on tiie Cth ilny of December, 1921, Judgment was rendered hi tho nliovo entitled cause against tho defendant. Henry lirunner, for the Bum of 11091. IS with Interest at 10 per cent per annum from December 6, 1021, uui paid: that In and by decree of court awarding said Judgment It was ordered that a certain chattel mortgage, covering with Its lien the chattels hereinafter described be foreclosed; that Lester C. Walker was appointed as special master for tho purpose or orrerlng for sale nnd selling said chattels for the purpose of satis fying said Judgment, all na more fully appears liy the aforesaid decree and Judgment, of record In tho office of the clerk of the District Court of tho eighth Judicial district of the State of New Mexico sitting within and for the County of Union. That said decree also orders that said property bo sold to the highest and best bidder for cash, and thereupon, pursuant to said Judg ment and decree, notice Is herehv ,Hvm that tho undersigned special master win, m the evont said Judgment is not sooner paid, offer for sale and snll to the highest bidder for cash, on the i si nay or May, A. 1). 1922, at the east front door of tho Court House. In Chiv- ton, New Mexico, nt 2:0u o'clock In the afternoon of said day, the following iiL'Boriuca property, to-wlt: One Sandwich Corn Shelter. Num. ber 1A. In order to satisfy tho said Judgment. interest una costs above men tinned That said Judgment Is In tho sum of lorn. IB and the Interest thereon to the, dato of salo will bo M5.U0, and the costs to bo added thereto the sum of f 17.85, together with the accruing costs or uuvvriiHement and sale and a rea. sonable fee for the special master to uo rixed by tho court utter the re.Dort ot saw. Witness my hand this 4th day of April, A. D. 1922. I.RSTKH O. WALKER, Special Master. Frank O. Hlue, Clayton, New Mexico, Attorney for rialntiff. 4.7 4.2s Col. Geo. Goodyear Auctioneer CATTLE EXCHANGE AND REAL ' ESTATE Cluytoii :: eu. Mexico NOTICK OK MOHTKACK SAI.K WHEREAS. In n certain action pend Ing In the District Court of tho Kighth Judicial District of the State of New Mexico, sitting In and for the County of Union, wherein tho Aetna Uullding Association of Las Vegns, Now Mexico, Is rialntiff and A. (!. Hay and Mabel liny, 1Mb wife, Mrs. N. A. Hosfcld, D. . Messenger and J I). (lamer are De fendants, the iaid cause being No. G357 upon the docket of said Court, said ac tion being n mlt to foreclose a certain mortgHge deed upon tho property here inafter desorlbed, the said Plaintiff did on tho 10th day of February. A. I) 1922, recover Judgment for the sum of Sixteen Hundred and Thirty-Four and no-100 1634.00) Dollars, with Interest thereon at tho rate of ten (10) per cent per annum from tho first day of Sep. teniber. A. D. 1921, until pnld, together with the cost of suit, AND wiusHKAH, It was In and by said Judgment and Uocroe provided, that in the evont the said Defendants should fall to pay said Judgment within the tunc provided by Law, that the under signed, as Special Muster, should pro ceed to sell the mortgagod premises neroinafter described, AND WHEREAS,, tho Defendants have not paid said Judgment or any part there- ot NOW. THEREFORE, notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned will, on May 22nd, A. D. 1922, at 10:do A. M., of said day, at the Court House In tho Town of Clayton, New Mexico, Union County, expose for sale, nnd sell nt public auction to tho highest bidder for cash, the said mortgaged premises, whlah said premises uro. .desorlbed an follows, to-wlt: Alt of Lots Eight (8) and Ten (10) in Mock Nine Hundred Fifty-two (962) In the Town of Clayton, Un ion County, New Mexico, awarding to tho plat of said Town now on 'file In the office of the probato Clerk and Bx-Offlalo Recorder of said County, to pay tho amount due the rialntiff, together with Interest, attorney's fee and cost of this proceeding nnd cost of eats. At' said Sute, said Special Master will deliver to tho purchaser a. good and sufficient deed to the BAld premise! and the total amount due the Plaintiff at data of said sala, exclusive of costs of suit and costs of sals Is the sura of Bevanteon Hundred Fifty. four (U761 Col. J. 0. Tignor AUCTIONEER Office Tignor Harbor Shop FARM SALES A SPECIALTY NEW .MEXICO CLAYTON UNION TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY AUSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEYANCLNG NOTARY. Clayton, :: New Mexico FRANK 0. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW PRACTICE L ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW .MEX. i Dr. C. W. PRESNALf A. I"t1 t.,lll rVIIWlV nt-wl TIIIIIIMT SPECIALIST McCormick Hide. ritLNIDAU, COLORADO Inte of New Mext.o, 'eniiiv of I ' .if. IN TUB DISTRICT COURT a. a. Granville, rialntiff. vs. No. 5321. H. C. Small, Defendant. Voder uf Puree los urr Sale Notice Is hereby given that on the 10th day of March, 1922, Judgment was rendered In the nbovo entitled cause against the defendant, S. c. Small, for me sum or H357.25 with Interest at 10 per cent per annum from said date until paid: that In and by tho deoreo of court awarding said Judgment It was ordered that n certain chattel mortgage cover ing with Its Hon tho chattels herein- nfter described be foreclosed; that the sheriff of Union County, New Mexico. was directed to offer for salo nnd Bell said chattels for the purpose of sat isfying said Judgment, all ns more fully appears by the uforesuid decree and Judgment, of record in the offlco of the Cleric of tho District Court of tho Eighth Judicial District of the State of Now Mexico sitting within and for tho County ot Union. That said decreo also orders that Bald property he sold tu the highest and best bidder for cash, and thereupon, pursuant to said Judgment nnd decree, notice In hereby given that tho undersigned Bherlff of Union County. New Mexico, will, In tho event said Judgment Is not sooner paid, offer for Balo and sell to tho highest bidder for cash, on the 1st day of May, A. D. 1922, at tho east front door of tho Court House In Clay ton, New Mexico, at 2:30 o'clock in tho afternoon of said day, the following described property, to-wlt: One No. 5 Sandwich Corn Pheller; one 3-year-old mule; one 2-year-old mulo; four E-yoar-old rnules; ono 8-yoar-old mule and two 12-year-old mules, or so much thereof as ran be found, In order to satisfy th said Judgment, Interest nnd costs above mentioned. That said Judgment la In the sum ot $1367.30 and the Interest thereon to tho date of sale will be 118.85, with Accru ing costs of advertisement and sale nnd a reasonable amount for taking possession of nnd caring for said prop erty to be added thereto. That said salo will be reported to the Court for confirmation. Witness my hand this 4th day of April, A. D. 1922. DAN T. ROBERTS, Sheriff, Union County, New Mexjco. Frsak O. Bine, Clayton, New Uaxlc. Attorney for Plaintiff. 4-7 4-21 DR. E. A. IIOLLOWAY Osteopath Charlton Bid?. Clayton - . New Moxlco ATTENTION UOXESTKADBIta All legal advertíala la tfcU paper la read and corrected ac cording to copy, llead your no tire of Intention to maki final proof, nnd If ai error la fonnd, however alight, notify ns at once, so It may be corrected. NOTICK 1'Oa PUBLICATION Department of tne Interior, U. H Land Offloo at Clayton, New Mexico, April 17, 1922. Notice Ih hereby given that ltalph Morlcdgc, ono ot tho Heirs of Lorln 11. Morledgo, deceased, for all the heirs, of Clayton, New Mexico, who, on Sep tember 4, 1917, made Homestead Entry, No. 025375, for NKÜNWH, NEU, NBU SEU, Sec. 26; W&NWW, Sec. 25; T. 30 N., It. 36 K.. and on September 13, 1921, Additional Homestead Entry, No. 026801 for SUViNEU, EV4SEU. Soc. 30; 3WU NWVi. WHSWW, Sec. 29; B'ANKU. Sec. 31, Township 32 N., Range 36 E., N.M.r Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final 3-year I'roof, to estab lish claim to tho land above described, before the Register and Reooiver ot the U. S. Land Office, ut Clayton, New Mexico, on the 22nd dny of May, 1922. Claimant mimes as witnesses: Kim Moore, of Kenton, Okla., Alex MoKonzio, of Kenton, Okla., Chas. Ha un of Clayton, N. M., Joo Vllobus, of Moses, N, M. H. II. KHRETT, l-!l 6-19 Register. NOTICK l'Olt PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. I S. Land Offioe at Clayton, Now Mexico, Am-ll 14, 1922. Notice 1b hereby pjlvun that Iitnei 1), Luokenbtll,' formorly Ethel B. Downey, ot Kenton, Okla., who, on Adril 3, 1919, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 026508, for SWU NWVi, WHW!4, Sec. It; SEUNK. SBU. EViWK. NWU NWH, 8W8WK, Sec. lí; NfcNWU, Seotlon 22, Township 30 N., Itango 36E., N.M.r. Meridian, has filed notioe of intention to make Three Year Froof, to establish claim tn the land above described, bofore Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M., on the Z&tb. day of May, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Ralph Morledge of Clayton, N. M., and C. J. Cochran, Iltrman Ulllesple, William T. MoNaltyT all of Kenton, Okla. tt. JL KRRETT, 4-31 6.1 Register.