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TIIE 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. Uztttt Of Mjtn Titaat Ct. 'J 20 for 18c 10 for 9c Vacuum tin of SO - 45c Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccosblended it 1H OUTLOOK FOR PRINCIPAL CHOPS The condition of winter whnat in the dry area of the Southwest, which was greatly improved by the heavy snowfall early in March and subsc iltirnl rains during that month, has not continued to improve during Hie past month to the extent that was hoped for and expected. The latest Kansas crop report shows (hat the condition is the low est at this season with one excep tion in i.'0 years, and indicates the abandonment of at least three mil lion acres, whiel is over J6 per cent J "31 Oversize Pistons" Fit BelU'i- Than .New When KelKircd and Ground in ut Our Shu We Carry in Stock SPRINGS, PISTONS, PISTON RINGS, GENERATORS, .MAGNETOS, AXLES. NEW AND USED PARTS FOR PRACTICALLY EVERY 5IAKE OF CAR REKORING AND REGRINDING FOR FORDS Clayton Repair and Wrecking Co. Phono 177 C. C. ELLIS, Mnr. We Don't Feel Blue- DO YOU? TWO FARMS TRADED THIS WEEK. ONE 320 ACRE FARM SOLD OUTRIGHT. We Have A DANDY GOOD HOUSE IN AMARILLO TO SELL OR TRADE. Real Farmers WANT GOOD NEW MEXICO LAND AND THEY ARE ASKING US ABOUT IT. IX) YOU WANT TO TRADE YOUR FARM? COME Wt VK OAN, LOCATE YOU IN KANSAS, MISSOURI, ARKANSAS, -.- COLORADO OR TEXAS. '" M "COME IN TIIE WATER'S FLVE" United Realty Co.! "DEALERS LN LAND OF WORTH" f C. K. LEWIS, Mnr. CLAYTON, .N, ML X of the entire wheat acreage of that state. It is also intimated that a larger abandonment is probable, and that growing weather will develop a very small grain prospect in many sections of tho state. Condtions oí Oklahoma and Texas are similar to those in Kansas, while complaints come from Missouri, Ill inois, Indiana and Ohio, that tho long continued rains have mnde a very watery plant in some sections which, should tho weather turn hot, win do rurther impaired, also that some acreage will be lost on account of the low lands being flooded. Very little seeding of spring wheat has been dono in Minnesota and the Dakolas. Whern flin annsnn iu nhmil two weeks later than usual, and it conditions do not improve very soon there will be a material decrease in the wheat acreage and an increase in me acreage or coarse grains in those states. Tho pcrkd for tho seeding of oats nas passed, wan very little seeding in th lower half of the belt, and the acreage will bo greatly reduced in me umo valley, as well as other sec tions. Corn planting in the south is very backward, as the fields are too wet and the season throughout the coun try is tho latest on record. with tho coats of this Balo, and a rea sonable feo to tho ñpeolal Mastar hero in, to bo fixed b tho Court. Witness my hand this 26th day of April, A. D. 1922. M. P. HAItVRr, Specl.il Master In Chancery. 4-2S-S-19 notice Hon rimuoATioN Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office t Clayton. New Mexico, April 1, 1022. Notice 1 hereby irtven that Ernest 11. Smith, of Aoíos, N. M., who, on Juno 14. 191S, made Homestead Entry, No. 024808, for Lota 2, S. 4, Section 8; Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, Section 17 NWK of 8WU, Section 19, Township 29 N., liante 37 E., N.M.P. Meridian, haa filed notice of .Intention to make Three Tear Proof, to establish rlnlm to the land above described, before Register & Receiver, IT. S. Land Office nt Clayton, N. St., on the 2nd day -)f June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses; Henry Callaway, J. P. Collins, Kills Collins, Fiank Wood, al of Moses, N. M. H. II. ERRETT. . 4-2S 5-26 ReKlster. NOTICK TOR I'UIILICATIOX Department of the Interior, IT. S. Land Offieo at Clayton, New Mexico, April 14, 1922. Notice Is creby Riven that Candido Hnndoval, of Kcphart, Union Co., New Mexico, who, on April 10th, 1918, made Homestead Entry. Serial No. 022222, for E'.JSK. Sec. 30, WV4SWW, R.iSWM, WHSEi. Section 29, Township 22N nance 30E., N.M.P. Meridian, haB filed notice of Intention to make Final Thrco Year Proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, before P. H. Fos ter. IT. 8. Commissioner, at his office In Hoy, N. M., on the 26th day of May, 1922. Claimant names ns witnesses: Oasparlto Romero, Canuto Gonzales, Simon OoninlcB, all of HueyeroH. N. M., and Ilenjamln Oarcla, of Kephart, N. M. II. II. EllHETT, 4-21 5-19 neater. NOTICE eon PUBLICATION In the nuirlct Court of Union County, .New Mexico W. D. Kllburn, Plaintiff, v- No. 6479 John Perrito nnd Annullxa Perrlifo, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Public notice Is hereby clven that on tho 17th day of Feb., 1922, Judument was rendered In the above numbered and entitled cause by the District-Court of Union county. New Mexico, In favor or said plaintiff nnd against the do fendants, John Porrino und Annaltzn PcrrlRO, for the sum of 1670.87, with Interest thereon nt the rate of 10 per cent per annum, from the 25th day of January, iz. together with costs of suit, and forecloelnK tho mortgage up. on tho following described lands In Union County, Now Mexico, to-wlt: 'Southenst quarter of Section Twenty-Six 2S), Township Twenty-Seven (27), Ilnree Thlrty-Ono (31), containing one hundred and sixty acres (160) according to tho gov ernment survey." Tho said Judgment nnd decree, of foreclosure having uppolntad tho un. derslgned Speeln' Master In Chancory and directing him to advertise and sell said lnnd nccordlng to the law gov erning BUfih cases, and to apply the proceeds from tho salo thereof, uoon said Judgment, Interest und coats, to gether with tho accruing costs of ad vertising and Bile thereof, In the event that aald defendants should fall to re deem said lands within ninety days irom me li'.n aay or Kobrunry, 1922. THEREFORE, notice is horeby gtv en that the undersigned, as Special Master, will, In the -event said land la not sooner redeemed, on the 22nd day of May, 1922, at the east front door of the court house In Clayton, Now Mex ico, at 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon of said day, offjr for Bale and sell to tho highest bidder for cash, the above de scribed land, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Judgment, Interest and costs of suit and the ac cruing costs of advertisement and sale. That the amount due and owing on ac count of said Judgment on the said date of ate ta na follow: Amount of Judgment. HW4.S7. Interest therein, tet.St. Coat of suit, SUJO, Department of tho Interior. U. B. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, April 25, 1922. Notice In hereby given that Hobert E. Potter, of Kenton, Okla., who, on September 13. 1920. made Additional Homestead Entry, Serial No. 026525, for SWViNEK. WWSEVi. Sec. 30, WNEli, NV4SEM, NEU8WM, Section 31, Town ship 32N., lt.mge 36E., N.M.P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, bo fore Charles 1. Talbot, U. S. Commis sioner, at his office In Clayton, New Mexico, on tho 1st day of June, 1922. Claimant names ns witnesses; Alejandro Crnlne, Alex Mackenzie. Caleb E. Giles. Thomas Giles, all of Kenton Oklahoma. H. II. E It RETT. 4-28 1-26 neglBtcr. Tom Wo 1 fords Shop CLEANING AND PRESSING Alterations of All Kinds WE ARE PREPARED TO OIVE YOU THE REST OF SERVICE. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK. Phone 282 Col. Geo. Goodyear Auctioneer CATTLE EXCHANGE AND REAL ESTATE Clayton :: New .Mexico Col. J. 0. Tignor AUCTIONEER Office 'Tignor Harbor Shop FARM SALES A SPECIALTY CLAYTON NEW MEXICO UNION TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY ADSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEYANCING NOTARY. Clayton, :: New Mexico FRANK 0. BLUE attorney at law practice in all courts CLAYTON, NEW MEX. i Dr. C. W. PRESNALl I EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT I SPECIALIST T .liciormu-k Hliln. T THIVin.Mi rmmiAnn NOTICE FOll REPUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8 Land Office at Clayton. New Mexico. April 24, 1922. Notloo Is hereby given that Itefuglo V. Munoz, of Moses, New Mexico, who, on April 9, 1917. made Additional Homo stead Entry, No. 021863, for SWNEVi. SHNWK. NWW8WM, Section 16, Twp. 29 N Itnnge 36 E., N.M.P. Meridian, has filed notlco of Intention to make 3-year proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, before the Reg liiter and the Receiver, U. 8. Land Of fice, at Clayton, New Mexico, on the 30th day of May, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Isac Muñoz, Isaías Martines, Jacoho Martinez, Feliciano Aragón, all of Moses, N. M. n. II. ERRETT, 4-28 6-26 Register. DR. E. A- HOLLOWAY Osteopath Charlton Bldg. Clayton - - New Mexico ATTENTION nOMKSTEADEBS AU legal advertising- In this paper la read and corrected ac cording; to copy. Read your no tice of Intention to maU final roof, and If error ia found, nawcrer silent, notify tu at onoe, o It may be corrected. Call 1 5 If you want to know bow to safe guard your business at every vul nerable point against loss by fire. You can get information about every phase of insurance rates and kind of a policy nnd tho amount you snouici carry. When you buy insurance from this agoncy of the Hartford Fire Insur ance Company you rocoivo freo lire prevention service. UNION COUNTY AGENCY MeFADDEN A RIXEY rXsBOAXCH Til AT INSl'RES NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tno Interior, U. 8 Land OfflnA at ntnvtnn ftrvl.. April'l7, 1922. Notico is heroby given that Ralph Mnrlrdce, one of the Heirs of Lorln H. MorledRe, deceased, for all the heirs, of Clayton, Now Mexico, who, on Sep tember 4, 1917, mnde Homestead Entry, No. 026375, for NEV4NWÍ4, NEW, NEVi 8KM, Sec. 26 WHNW, Sec 25; T. 30 N., R. 30 E., and on September 13, 1921. Additional Homestead Entry, No. 026801 for SEUNEU. KWSEW, Sec 30; 3W NWVi. WHSWti, Sec. 23; EHNEVi. Sec. 31, Township 32 N.. Range 36 B N.M.P Meridian, Jirh filed notlco of Intention to make final 3-yenr Proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Reoolvcr of the U. S. Land Office, at Clayton, New Mexico, on the 22nd day of May, 1822. Claimant names ns witnesses; Klni Moore, of Kenton, Okla., Alex MeKcnxle, of Kenton, Okla., Chus. Ilann of Clayton, N. M., Joe Vilobus, of Moses. N. M. 4-21 S-19 H. II. KRRBTT, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tho Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexloo, April 11, 1922. ' Notice Is hereby slvon thnt Ethel B. Luckenbill, formerly Ethel II. Downey, of Kenton, Okla., who, on April 3, 1919, made Ilomostead Entry, Serial No. 026608, for SWUNWW, WHSW, Sec 14; 8BÍ4NEVÍ. BE Si, BWWH, NW NWM, SWHBWK, Bee. 16; NHNWM. Seotlon 22, Township 10 N., Range 3CE., N.M.P. Morldlan. has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Heelster and Receiver, u. 8. nina Office, at Clayton, N. II, on the 26th day of Mar, t:. Claimant names as witnesses: Ralph Morledge oí Clayton, N. M., and C. J. Cochran. Herman Qllieaple, William T. MaNnlly, all of Kenton, Onto. B. ft ERRETT, f-1 Resistor.