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"FO T7 Tf p. M IF 9 V V I V ILd f . (el It is with a feeling of thankfulness and gratitude' that we take occasion on this turn from our fourth into our ' fifth year to express appreciation for support, and steadily growing confidence that THE CITIZENS BANK 1 has been of use, and can still be more useful to Curry County and the adjoining territory. 1 The following Is a statement of our deposits on the eve of each of our four anniversaries, and we take a dis- I tinct pride in informing you of our growth: Opened for butineu March 25, 1916 Deposits March 24, 1917, $184,639.99 March 24, 1918, $245,675.14 March 24, 1919, $303,952.88 March 24, 1920, $586,336.54 This bank was opened in the spirit of "Everything to help, and nothing to hinder" Curry County and Eastern New Mexico citizens. That was the spirit four years ago and it is the spirit today. We never have lost sight of our ideal we never will. 0. W. SINGLETON, President. CASH RAMEY L. C. PETREE, Asst. Cashier CHAS. E. DENNIS, Vice President C. S. HART F. B. HEROD, Asst. Cashier S. A. JONES, Cashier. J. E. LINDLEY S. L. JONES, Asst. Cashier Officers and Directors of THE CITIZENS BANK OF CLOVIS . , "The Farmers' Friend" Ml 1 - ..! 1 ;. A, i v J If f 'J 1 ft i'rt ; Vv r 4 C i "THE HYSTEKT OP THE YBLLO"V ROOM" J ah EMILCHAUIAKJ) ?boductkD!3-eeaiab.t PicionESi THE INFLUENCE OF YELLOW There nro five principle colors from iimong Ihi-m yi'llow hn always l)ppn clioncn as the color of Jealousy, Insnnity, nnd is known to have a nmrknd effect upon crime. The over "K" pdtirnt of im inpnno nnylum who may only bo suffering from mental delusions, if put into n yellow room would become violently in:nne. Colors nre known to bnvo certain vibrations nnd to nttinet certain elo Records of tho police in each city show that yellow has played a prom inent part in crime. What do you know of this color and ; Ha influence on tne lives of your acquaintances and the surroundings in which you live Ua.iton Leroux has written and Kniile Chuutard has directed a baffl ing mystery story around the color ! !lov. It is "The Mystery cf the Yellow Iloom," and the suspence is r;o well sustained that until the very last reel of this seven reel produc tion is well started you will positively unable to. solve the mystery. You will pet preat satisfaction from seeing "The Mystery of the Yellow Kooir.." It will be presented at the Lyceum Theatre Saturday night, March 27th. Try to get In. (J giKsssuueavi NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT 3 fcr thuir fl .g yellow also predoni' i-.rlja in the dr's und furniture of the Chinese. Yellow in National emblems gen erally b'ir.jTS on unrest mul misfor tune. Helgium, Sp-iin, Rusain and niinierous o'her countries in which there occurred grer.t national mis foil unni have the color yellow em bodied in their flairs. A vomit b'dv d 'ii rhler of n French i-Sent wt, w.na r'-ei-tlv nt'ncked in a ,'onni of tli.-ir Cl' -t-'u which wm en- mrnta unto themselves like a magnet I ir- i. deenr.it. d i:i .velto.v. Hie not nttracts pnrtieles of steel. Tho color. ordV.arily i. i I it'uua pi'ople were fellow acts upon certain brains l'ko -li.ir1.. .1 l.y .v cr;u which Inffled a nolo from a violin or organ will set li in lie Vrd Kin'i 1 e-'.nert. It pieces of furniture to vibrating. ,mi tliou;.;l',t tlu.t ilie influence of Yellow was tho'color schemo chor-'n . !l v w.i.j ei.i'r. ly to blame for the Ly tlio unfortunate! Chinese Empire, crime, Notice is hereby given that Isom Eblen, ndministrntor of the estate of Corn L. Eblen, deceased, hns filed his final report, and the probate court Hub set tho 3rd day of May, 1020, at the County Clerk's office in Cbvis, New Mexico, at 2 P. M., as the timo nnd place for hearing objections, if j anv. to said report, and all persons wijliing to object thereto shall cppeni ( in person or file same with the Coun- (C-I ty Clerk. M 1 TEX1CO HAS NEW POSTMASTER ' fl m James McDowell is now acting in the capacity of postmaster of Texico (q he having relieved S. C. Hunter onjgJ niarcn luin. air. mcwowimi whs ioi nierly editor of tho Teico-Farwelt News. tM ypJf yj.y 1 1 fer- 71 ':V! 4 ;!-2r.-itc W. C. ZERWEU, County Clerk. Big Public Sale at my ranch, 21 miles north and 0 miles east of Here ford, Texas, beginning promptly at ten o'clock Thursday, April 1st, of n n a t , n 1 J -1.1 1-: .-1- I. . .1 nuu neau a ana t year oiu iukii mirujj Hi.vnf nrl rnni hrnd tn recinterpd ! bulls, 9 registered Hereford bulls, t'. 9Rn VVliito fnpn i.nminn vearlinirs. 44 I Xl lind horses and mules, 7 hend young ho;;s nnd big string farm machinery. II. TROW, Owner. Col. W. S. Williams, Auctioneer. Ml Hereford, Texas. I- in ver been uncralod, with -200 chick brooder, nl.o pure whUo Leghorn Sl.n0 for 17. Lone Star Wagon COO egg Mankato "fhcubntor, new, h'OJ Si: d W agons Mr. Delmer Mouser is reported t be sick with tonsilitis at this writing!; Mr. D. I. Barnett and little daugh ter, Velva, left Saturday morning u be at the bedside of his father. Miss Boone, a senior from Clovis ij substituting in Mr. Barnett's place. Edgar Robinson has been breaking tod for Colodian TaU the past fevhJi days. Samuel Groves and Jack Groves went to Havener Sunday evening and- m sJn C - o f T VI 1 1 r reported a large crowd and a nicet O M. aOl A A UlsKV time. SHU FLY. I , ... riU'K witii a reputation, one tinu rlo good on tho farm, a speedy i)ii can use 12 months of the vear4 BLACKTOWER nViiiirltr lnw niil. riim llina iwnn. Jo more gas and oil than touring jlf starter, electric lights, pneu Mr. and Mrs. Dave Criswell went Wr(?g ft moJern fast fann Wng01I Texas' last week in answer to a tele.,.. ' gram reporting Mrs. Criswell's grand mother dying. They arrived a littu while after she had died. Some from here attended the sing ing at Havener last Sunday night. Mr., and Mrs. Jernigan of Clovi iOTOR GO. Dealers in J Speed Wacons, Oakland Cars I Up v Yard.