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THE CLAYTON NEWS
PAGE SEVEN. OBSERVATIONS BY A READER Simon Ilerzstuin has a packing plant in mininture. From acorns big oaks grow. His practical cured moat employe knows his business nnd is producing breakfast bacon thai makes you Ihink of starting llio day right. Wlio knows but a big packing plant may spring up from this beginning. It is short-sightedness to ship our hogs to Donvcr or Fort Worth to bo butchered, then ship I hem back piecemeal to bo con sumed. Perhaps aflor paying about three cent per pound to the rail road and ten (o fifteen cants to tho packing house for their experienced service, we are a bunch of suckers, surely. , Applo blossoms and "now aro mix- cu logotner m tho nocky Mountains. , it&3 lÉi nÉllP war jr :,Jv ;Ftw. 1 This new sugar-coated gum delights young and old. It "melts in your mouth" and the gum in the center remains to aid digestion, brighten teeth and soothe mouth and throat. There are the other WRBGLEY friends to choose from, too: 19 The Pullman Cafe PERRY MILLER, Prop. 35c eals - - 35c ROOMS IN CONNECTION OPEN ALL NIGHT OUR MOTTO: (I SERVICE - CLEANLINESS - QUALITY "31 Oversize Pistons" Fit Better Than New When Rebored nnd Ground in at Our Shcfl We Carry In Stock SPRLNGS, PISTONS, PISTON RINGS, GENERATORS, MAGNETOS, AXLES, NEW AND USED PARTS FOR PRACTICALLY EVERY MAKE OF. CAR Clayton Repair and Wrecking Co. Another week nnd tho present school year closos. What plans have' the boys and girls in mind to make themselves ueful? Do not figuro on big things. Every little offort strengthens the muscles and mind and loads to larger things. Don't bo idle. Thoro is not truor saying than, "Satan finds some mischief, still, for idle hands to do." Idleness in tho world today is the cause of so much crime going on. Hunt some kind of a job. If you can get wages, all good. If you cannot got wages, work for the experience you get. Sometimes that pays hotter than the receipt of money. Don't stand on the street nnd wait for (he cow n back up to you to be milked. Slip won't do it. Renewal of mining reported in tho Lone Canyon district. Silver City summer normal srhool expects large attcnilunce. Wo noto that the fashion makers have put a gingham coret nn the mof-kot. Seeing that the oldtime corset has gone glimmering it was necessary to invent something to take its place. We suggest a large silver buckle be worn across I lie kneecap by (lie roll-down slocking group ns a bumper, and to give the silversmith some patronage. John D. Rockefeller is usually hold up ns an exemplary citizen. As beau of the Standard Oil company. no doubt ho has been the guiding star in tho making of prices on their products. A very prominent mem ber of an orthodox church who lias given away millions on millions to church and school institutions. Tho question arises, 'Can a man accumulate n billion dollars on a legitímalo profit from manufactures or industrial pursuits? Today, caso line is twice :is high as it was nine years ago. The small oil man is whipped out of the business so the price can be held al a figuro that smacks of robbery. iot many years ago tho Congregational church in a certain city declined a donation of 9100,000 coming from a saloon source. Aro John D.'s gains any more honorable? Is a man justified in robbing another mun in order to give to the wor? Will some able-minded minister of the gospel tell us where to find the proof in tho old testament of the resurrection of -the body? Or course wo are told that God tool: .Moses, and Elijah went up apparent ly in this bodv: and David's over the dpalb of tho child: "He can not reiurn to me, nut I can go to him;" grand illustrations of future life and beautiful in think nhmif but What of the resurrection nf llin body? NOTICB FOR. rUHLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, Now Mexico, May 6, 1922. Notice 1h hereby Riven thit Alexan der Ilclnze, of Cuatee, N. M., who, on November 10th, 1917, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 02SG49, for EH, Sec tion zu, -rownsnip zsim., itango 3&is., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles P. Tal bot, IT. 8. Commissioner, at his office In Clayton, New Mexico, on the-tTlh day of June, 1922. Claimant names ns witnesses' Jacob Heinze, of Cuates, N. M., T. D. Irons, Win. Ilehm, John Wetland, all of Moses, N. M. II. If. ERRETT. 5-12 6-9 Register. REBORING JLND RÉGRIÑDING FORmb- Phase t77 C C. ELLIS, Mgr. REPORT OP CONDITION OF TUB STATE BANK OF COMMERCE At Curtan, In the State of New Mexico, at the close of business on Muy fith, 1022, No. 33. nnsonncns. Lonns and Discounts ..$106,399.14 Overdrafts, Secured $472.40 Unsecured 212.86 Other stocks (other than Federal Iteservo Hank Stock $2,000:90 Total Bonds, Stocks, etc Furniture and Fixtures .. Iteal Kstato owned other than Ranking JIoubc Net amount duo from banks ami uanKcrs . 85,217.10 Cash Items . Coin and Currency 685.25 2,000.00 1.055.98 9.394.30 1,299.11 5,903.38 TOTAL $511,964.26 MAIULITIISS. Capital stock paid In.. $ 30,000,00 surplus t una ... 60,000.00 Undivided Profits $19,994.47 Less Current ex penses. Interest. and taxes paid S12.913.0S Net Undivided Profits Net amount due to other banks or bankers ' Individual depositor (Inolud- imk as. iv. ji. j;j .'b.avb.7x Cashier's checks.. 5,160.34 Time Certificates or Deposit duo In 30 days 6,787,41 Total Demand Deposits 268,333.47 Certir. of Deposit $136,504.53 Total Time Deposits .... 7.081.39 lio34.87 136,504.53 TOTAL $511,954.26 SUte of New .Mexico, County of Union, ta. 'We, T. Iff IUxey, .President, and H. C McFadden, Cashier, ot tho above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement la true to the best of our knowledge and belief. T. IL RIXET. President IL C. McFADDEN, Cashier. Correct Attest! T. H. Itlxey, IL F. nixey, A. II. Rlxey, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me mis ism oay 01 May, irzs. VERAL J. UAinilXH. (SEAL) Notary Public. ay- V.OQI nues ion expires itf-i'iuc. Summer Session June 10 July ill Six Weeks Stale I'liUcrsily of Now .Mexico lint Id S. Kill, l'h.l).. I'rrnldent I.jnn II. Mitchell, I'h.II.. Dean of Summer SrRMlon Alhuittierriiie, New Mexico Altitude, .1,000 iect COUIt.NUS in EDUCATION, Alt CHAEOLOGY, CHKMISTRT, ENGLISH, HISTOHY, HYOIENE, HOME ECONOMICS. LATIN, MATHEMATICS, MUSIC, PHYS ICS, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, PSYCHOLOGY, SPANISH. FACULTY Includes' men and women with credentials of grad uate training In leading univer sities. IlEClllJ.VTION Popular lectures. Visits to mountains. Indian vil lages, ancient ruins may bo made. Out-of-doors swimming' pool. Sleep under blanket every night of summer. lirnrrnl Keen, $12.50 for Session, $20.00 for Non-resident of State, llonrd nnd room on enmpns, $25.00 to $30.00 per month. Ac commodations are for limited number only. Itcmlt flvo dollars for advance reservation, Opportunity for vacation study and fWeatton in tho grcnt "Well Country." Intended for teachers, college students nnd adulta sock ing self Improvement. Addrean Registrar, University ot Nfw Mexico, Alliuqaeniur, N. M. Tom Wolf ords Shop CLEANING AND PRESSING Alterations or All Kinds WE AUK PREPARED TO GIVE YOU THE REST OF SERVICE. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ALL WORK. Phone 282 Col. Geo. Goodyear Auctioneer CATTLE EXCHANGE AND REAL ESTATE Clay ton :: New .Mexico Col. J. 0. Tignor AUCTIONEER Office Tignor Harbor Shop FARM SALES A SPECIALTY CLAYTON NEW MEXICO UNION TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY AHSTRACTS, PLATS, CONVEYANCING NOTARY. Clayton, :: New .Mexico FRANK 0. BLUE ATTORNEY AT LAW PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS CLAYTON, NEW MEX. iDrTcOhSNALi un:., l..n, ilnij mill llllVUill SPECIALIST McCormick Rldo. TRINIDAD, COLORADO NOTICE FOIl IlKl'mUCATIO.V Department of tho Interior, U. a Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, April 24, 1922. Notice Is hereby given that Refugio V. Munoz, of Moses, New Mexico, who, on April 9, 1917, made Additional Home stead Entry. No. 021863, for HffNB, SHNWVi. NWM8WW. Section 15, Twp. 29 N Range 3C E., N.M.P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make 3-year proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, before thu Reg ister and the Receiver, U. S. Land Of fice, at Clayton, Now Mexico, on tho 30th day of May, 1922. Claimant names ns witnesses: Isac Muñoz, Isaías Martinez, Jncobo II. IL Kit RETT, 4-2S 0-26 Register. Cclll 1 5 O You can then learn of the best de fense against tho destructivo Intrud er, Fire, wldcli may causo ypu Joss. Information regarding tho bent means of keeping loss down and be ing paid for tho destruction caused by fire is youra for tho asking, Lotttils agoncy of the Hartford Fira Insurance Comnany oxDlain firo ure- vpntion service and reliable insur ance. UNION COUNTY AGENCY HeFADDEN A KIXKTY INSURANCE THAT IN 8 LUES DR. E. A. HOLLOWAY Osteopath v . Charlton Bldg. Clayton - - New Mexico ATTENTION nOMESTKADERS AH legal advertising In this paprr Is read nod corrected ac cording to copy. Rend yonr no tice of Intention to niaU final proof, and It ni error Is found, however slight, notify ns at oner, ma It may be corrected. NOTICE roil PUBLICATION Dcnartment of jtno Interior. II. a Land Office at Clayton, Now Mexico, April 17, 1922. Notice Is hereby given that Ralph Mnrlcdge, one of tho Heirs of Lorln 11. Morledge, deceased, for all the heirs, of Clayton, New Mexico, who, on Sep tember 4, 1917, mndo Homestead Entry, No. 025375, for NEV4NWV4. NEtf, NEK SEÜ, Sec. 26; WWNWtf, Sec. 25; T, 30 N.. R. 36 E., and on September 13, 1921, Additional Homestead Entry, No. 026801 for 8EWNEVÍ, EV4SEW. Soc 30; SWH NWS, WViSWH, Hec. 29; EtfNEU, Sec. 31, Township 32 N.. Range 36 11., N.M.P. Meridian, has filed notlco of Intention to make final 3-year Proof, to estab lish claim to tho land above described, before tho Register and Receiver ot the U. S. Land Office, nt Clayton, New Mexico, on the 22nd day of May, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Kim Moore, of Kenton, Ok la., Alex McKenzie, of Kenton, Okla., Chas. Ilann of Clayton, N. M., Joo Vllobus, ot Moses, N. M. 4-21 5-19 XI. II. ERTIETT. Register. NOTICB POR PUDLICATION Department of the Interior, ü. S. Land Offloe at Clayton, New Mexico, April 14, 1922. Notloe Is hereby given that Ethel B. Luckenblll, formerly Kthol B. Downey, of Kenton, Okla., who, on April 3, 1919, made Homestead Entry,' Serial No. MWOSrfor 8WUNWM, WttSWW, Sao. 14; 8EKNEK. SHU. HHWfc. NWH NW, SWÍ48W V, Bee 15; NWNW14, Seotlon 22, Township 30 N., Range 36E., N.M.P, Meridian, has tiled notice ot Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, bofore Register and Receiver, V. a. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M., on the 25th' diy or Mar, 1921 Claimant pames aa witnesses: Ralph Morledge of Clayton, N. M-, and C. J. Cochran, Herman, Qlllespte, WlUVam T. McNulty. all. ot Kenton, Okla. n. n. nnnioTT. 4-il 6-U Register. \n\n Martinez, Policiano Aragón, all of Monos, N. M.