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THE CLOVI3 NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920.
PAVING PROTEST NOTICE City of Clovii, Nw Mexico Notice of Haarinf to Property Owner Under Paving Resolution. A provisional order having been adopted and approved by the City Council of the City of Clovis, New Mexico, on Feb. 16th, 1920, ordering certain streets, avenues and their intersections to be graded, gravelled, paved, macadamized and otherwise improved, the cost of such improvements to be assessed against the property and the owners of property abutting on such streets and avenues and their intersections and a resdutlon haviim iwcu ujvt:u uy vim vuy council oi me iiy oi movis, fllarcn 1st, Vivi, ordering a hearing to be given to owners of property abutting on such streets and avenues and their intersections (it being proposed to pave and otherwise improve such intersections and assess the cost therefor against me property una owners or property BDutting thereon within one-ha!i block in each direction from such intersection. NOW THEREFORE, you and each of you are hereby notified that pursuant to such resolution ordering a hearing to be given to the owners property affected by such provisional order, a public hearing to such property owners will be given by said City Council in the Council Chamber of the City of Clovis, said Council Chamber being situate in City Hall nt 110 North Pile Street, in sitid City, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, P. M., March 29, 1920. such hearing to bo adjourned from time to time and from dn to day as the proceedings may require, nt which hearing you, as a property owner affected, or a person interested therein, may appear before tlu en id City Council in person or by counsel, and be heard as to the propriety and advisability of making such improvements, and as to the costs thereof, and as to the manner of payment thereof, and as to the amount thereof to be assessed against the property abutting thereon. In person or b; counsel, you may appear at such, hearing and contest the proposed assess'' mrnt for such improvement, the regularity of the proceedings with refer ence thereto, the benefits of said improvement to the property, or any othei matter with reference thereto. The total cost of said entire improvement is $248,217.40. The property which you own or in which you are interested, and against which it is pro posed to make an assessment for such improvement, all of which is located in the Original Townsite of Clovis, New Mexico, and which is described as follows: C. W. Harrison, East 40 feet of lots 1 and 2, block 65. Harry Highfill and L. H. Sanders, East 25 feet of the west 100 feet of lots 1 and 2, block 65. B. H. Blockson, East 25 feet of the west 75 feet of lots 1 and 2, block 65. C. E. Dennis and W. A. Maupin, West 50 feet of lots 1 and 2, block 65. Edward J. Myers, lot S, block 65. .' Anthony Clinton, lot 4, block 65. John T. Edgar, lots 5 and 6, block 65. W. T. Brown, lot 7, block 65. "N. A. Hardeman, South 1-2 of lot 1 0, block 65. B. H. Blockson, East 42 feet of lots 11 and 12, block 65. D. C. Houk and R. S. Gray, West 42 feet of the East 84 feet, lots 11 and 12, block 65. 7. S. Burns, West 56 feet of lots 11 and 12, block 65. Geo. W. Singleton, lots 1 and 2, block 66. L. C. Morgan, lot 8, block 66. A. L. and F. A. Dillon, lot 1, block 76. ' N. B. Morris, lot 2, block 76. Jim Si Cavender, lot 8, block 76. 3. R. Dunlap, lot 1, block 79. Daisy Shupe, lots 10. 11 and 12, block 79. ,, r Sam G. Button, lot 1 and north 1-3 of lot2, block 6. X. C. Childers, South 2-8 of lot 2 and north 2-3 of lot 3, block 6. ' John H. Barry, South 1-3 of lot 8 and lot 4, block 6. C. E. Dennis and W. A. Maupin, lota 6, 6 and 8, block 5. Jeremiah B. Stone, lot 7, block 5. R. C. Snclson, lota 4, 5 and 6, block 47. . . ' A. B. Austin, East 112 feet of lota 6 and 6, block 48. John R. Cook, West 28 feet lots 6 and 6, block 48. ' Martha E. Bryand, West 70 feet of lots 7 and 8, block 48. ' ,i M. Bryant, lot 9. block 48. Mary Churchill, lot 12, block 48. flattie Massingill, lot 1, block 61. D. C. Houk, lot 2, block 61. ' ; , L. C. Petree, lot 8, block 51. i 1 . J N. T. Scott,, lot 7, block 51. ; Ed Melton, lot 8, block 61. " ' V;,' V E. T. Jemigan, lots 7 and 8, block 52. Fred K. Mason, lot 9, block 62. Fred M. Murphy, lot 10, block 52. Thos. F. Blackmore, lots 11 and 12, block hi Adelaide L. McCallcster, lot 7, block 61. . W. H. Perkins, lots 8 and 9, block 61. J. B. Westerfield, West 70 feet of lots 10, 11 and 12, block 61. Mrs. A. M. Hill, West 85 feet of east 70 feet, lots 10, 11 and 12, block 61. Wm. Holdinghauscn, East 35 feet of lots 10, 11 and 12, block 61. J. W. Malonc, East 1-3 of lots 1 and 2, block 62. G. P. Miller, West 2-3 of lots 1 and 2, block 62. M. R. Mathers, lot 3, block 62. C. F. Downing, lot 4, block 62. ' ' : I " l 7. B. Herod, lota 6 and 6, block 62. S. D. Hammond, lot 10. block 62. E. W. Mean, lots 11 and 12, block 62. A. L. Dillon, lot 1, block 30. l-H. P. Turner, lots 11 and 12, block 3D. :R. A. Moore, lot 6, block 27. ZD. C. Sears, lot 7, block 27. "L. C. West, lot 8, block 27. .J R. and Harnett Carver, lot 9. blnrk 27 Tom Lucas, lot 4, block 26. -, 1 R. S. Roland, lots 6 and 6, block 26. ' ' 4 W. W. Weddington, lot 7, block 26. "W. E. Marsh, lot 4, block 25. i F. B. Herod, lot 6, block 25. . . 'Margaret S. Wright, lot 6, block 25. ' ' A. Crane, lots 7 and 8, block 25. R. J. Sanders, lot 9, block 25. i -i t H. Ashcraft, lot 4, block 24. ' C A. Scheurich, lots 5 and 6, block 24. - J. C. Nelson, lots 7 and 8, block 24. " , Josephine 1. Ivy, lot 10, block 24. " D. F. McCarty, lot 11, block 24. ' C. E. Dennis and W. A. Maupin, lot 12, block 24. Jas. M. Bickley, lot 1, block 23. ' C. H. Shannon, lot 2, block 23. .'J. C. Core, lot 8, block 23. -i Mary F. Hart, lot 4, block 23. ' Josh Miller, East 1-2 lota 7 and 8, block 23. J. W. Welch, West 1-2 of lota 7 and 8, block 23. J. M. Reed, lot 9, block 23. a.i ,r, . Mrs. F. C. McMinn. lot 4, block 22. ' H. H. Hall, lot 5, block 22. .John H. Lewis, lot 6, block 22. : Nettie M. Klien, lot 17, block 38. C. A. Scheurich, lot 1, block 35. . S. A. Jones, lot 2, block 35. . John H. Barry, lot 17, block 35. Chas. F. Hariwick, lot 1. block 34. Cash Ramey, lot 2 and north 10 feet of lot 3, block 34. W. B. Cramer, South 60 feet lot 8 and north 10 feet lot 4, block 34, Ous M. Bryan, South 40 feet of lot 4 and lot 5, block 34. Mary Knight, lot 6, block 34. Ned Houk, lot 7, block 84. John H. Lewis, lot 9 and south 1-2 of lot 10, block 3 t. Eva R. Mott, North 1-2 of lot 10, block 34. Marie I. Smith, lot 11, block 34. J. W. Bush, lots 1 and 2, block 33. ' . V W. F. Baylcss, lot 3, block 83. J. W. Wilkinson, lot 7, block 83. .', '. ', . L. B. Gregg, lot 8, block 33. Ida B. Osborne, lots 9 and 10, block 33. , Mrs. S. B. Mersf elder, lot 11, block 33. G. F. Mickey, lot 1, block 32. T " ' ? ) ' i ' Mrs. K. C. Randle, lot 2, block 32. Cash Ramey, lot 3, block 82. ; T ' i ! ' , J. W. Boyle, lot 1, block 31. Fanny Boyle, lot 2, block 31. S. J. Boykin, lot 3, block 31. I ' ' W. K. Morely, lots 10, 11 and 12, block 31. L. C. Cox, lots 1 and 2, block 49. . 'Chas. F. Hardwick, lots 3, 4 and 5, block 49. , , ' Joe C. McClelland, lots 7 and 8, block 49. , Wm. Ogg and E.. Boss, lot 9, block 49. , , J. V. Rice, lot JO, block 49. , , Vf. H. Duckworth, lot 12, block 49. J. W. Stewart, lot 13. block 49. I'. O. M. and D. M. Croft, lot 14, block 49. Caih Ramey, lot 15, block 49. K. W. Mears, lot 16, block 49. First Nntionul Bank of Clovis, lot 17, block 49. J. W. Puckett, East 25 feet of lot 1 8, block 49. Mrs. Zella N. McFarlin, West 3 feet of lot 18, and east 22 feet lot 19, block 49. Cash Ramey and J. W. Wilkinson, West 6 feet of lot 19 and east 19 feet of lot 20, block 49. .7. 3. Morairty, West 9 feet of lot 20 and lota 21 and 22, block 49. H. R, Gibson, lots 1 and 2, block 60. I. C. and A. W. Johnson, lot 3, block 50. W. Howell, lot 6, block 60. ' J . ... . . .. ' a. nr.- h Joe C. McClelland, lots 6 and 7, block 50. Dora Rice, lota 8 and 9, block 60. J. A. Nichols and S. J. Boykin, lot 10, block 60. S. J. Boykin, lota 11 and 12, block 60. Cash Ramey and J. W. Wilkinson, lots 13 and 14, block 60. Joe C. McClelland, Cash Ramey and J. W. Wilkinson, lot 15, block 60. Cash Ramey and J. W. Wilkinson, lot 16, block 60. J. M. Love, lot 17, block 60. W. A. Moore, lots 18 and 19, block 60. G. W. Johnson, lot 20, block 60. J. C. Hyatt, lot 21, block 60. J. A. Nichols and S. J. Boykin, lot 22, block 50. I. C. and A. W. Johnson, lota 1 and 2, block 63. Eva M. Cavender, lot 3, block 63. L. C. Cox, lot 4, block 63. Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co., lot 5, block 63. The Clovis National Bank, lots 6 and 7, block 63. Chas. F. Hardwick, lot 8, block 03. A. E. Curren and Wm. Curren, lot 9, block 63. Mrs. Ida B. Osborne and Mrs. S. Grisamore, lot 10, block 63. John F. Taylor, lot 11, block 63. C. O. Warriner, lot 12, block 63. John B. Anderson, lot 13, block 63. Clyn Smith, lot 14, block 63. Mrs, H. F. Curren, lot 15, block 03. W. W. Gibson, lot lO.ilock 03. Mrs. Margaret Heffernan, lot 17, block 3. Long-Bell Lumber Company of Texas, lots 18, 19, 20, 21 und 22, block 63. D. N. Croft, lot 1, block 64. C. F. Hardwick, West 26 feet of lot 3, block 64. I'hilo Al.len, East 2 feet of lot 3 und lot 4, block 64. Arthur E. Curren, lot b, block 64. Mary Lyonj, lots 6, 7 and 8, block 64. G. W. Singfuton, lot 9, block 64. A. J. Kodea, lot 10, block 64. City Drug Company, lot 11, block 64. E. B. Leepy, lot 13, block 64. W. A. Archer, lot 12, block 64. Lelia E. Kendall and Nannie E. Kcmlull, lots 14 and 15, block 64. Mrs. W. Wismiller, Administratrix Estate of W. Wismiller, deceased, lots 16 and 17, block 64. K. Rcusser, West 25 feet of lot 20, block 64. Elizabeth Boone, lot 21, block 64. Walter H. Brown and Fannie E. Brown, lot 22. block 64. fit in TrtilnvA Inta 1 nH 9 kluk V7 'l E. E. Gentry, lot 8, block 77. Quick Service Garage, lots 4 and 5, block 77. L. C. Copkn, lot 8, block 77. R. C. Reid, lota 9, 10 and 11, block 77. F. Divers, lots 12 and 13. block 77. First Savings Bank and Trust Co., of Albuquerque, New Mexico, lot 14, MOCK 77. Ida Hunter, lot 15, block 77. E. F. Reynolds, lot 18, block 77. Chas R. Daniel, lot 17, block 77. W. F. Swartz. lots 6. 7 and 8. block 78. The First National Bank of Clovis, New Mexico, lot 9, block 78. Benjamin a. uuncan, lot iu, block 78. Mrs. W. Wismiller, Administratrix of the Estate of W. Wismiller, deceased, lot 11, block 78. . W. F. Baylcss. lot 12. block 78. Southwestern Savings, Building and Loan Association, lot 13, block 78. J. K. Burnett, lot H, block 78. W. F. Swartz, lota 15, 18 and 17, block 78. A. B. Austin, lots 9 and 10, block 97. Ford Brandenburg, lot 11, block 97. t Fred Gallamore, lot 12, block 97. R. C. Reid. lot 13. block 97. Ford Brandenburg, lot 15, b'ock 97. J. V. Rice, W. S. Higgins and all the heirs at law of E. R. Rice, deceased, icib io, i i ana is, diock v i. H. R. Neal and F. C. Herbert, lots 1. 2 and 3. block OR. J. P. Fenet, lot 5, block 98. W. G. Rinehart, lot 12, block 76. J. R. Dunlap, Iota 2 and 3, block 79. samuei a. McMurray, lota 10 and 11, block 80. Amelia Church, lot 12, block 80. -i. ' First Mortgage Loan Co., lota 6, 6 and 7, block 35. ' " Albert Means, lot 3, block 35. C. A. Scheurich, lot 4, block 35. Lone Star Lumber Co., lots 4, 5 and 6, block 37. City of Clovis, lots 18, 19 and 20, block 38. Mrs. Daisy Conner, formerly Mrs. Daisy Merritt, administratrix of the estate or frank Merritt, deceased, Mrs. Daisy Conner, formerly Mrs. Daisy Merritt, guardian of Dorothy Merritt and Dean Merritt, minor heirs of Frank Merritt. decerned. Bettie Miser, Jerry Tremain Miser, Aletris Lohocfnr and Bettie Miser guar- man oi jerry xremain Miser and Aletris Lohoorer, minors and Ethel Hendrix, and all the heirs at law of R. H. Miser, deceased, lot 19 ami east 3 feet of lot 20. block 64. Clovis Building and Loan Association, lot 9, block 51. Kemp Lumber Co.. lots 10. 11 and 12. block Rl. Long-Bell Lumber Co. of Texas, lota 7, 8 and 9, block 62. jteia-nianstieid utnd Co., lot 8, block 26. Geo. Owen Thorne and J. J. Jaffa, guardian of Geo. Owen Thorne, minor. lot 9, block 26. Reid-Mansfield Land Co., lot 7, block 22. Fred E. Dennis, R. F. Pixlcy, and W. H. Duckworth, Trustees Clovis Lodge a No. 1244, B. P. 0. E., lots 18, 19 and 20, block 35. A. Curlesa, lot 8, block 34. A. L. Dillon, W. I. Luikart. Geo. Roach, A. J. Whiting and W. H. Tavlor. iiusiei-B, iiuvib l,ouko io. a. r. at a. ivi., iou o and 7, block 77. All the heirs at law of H. Divens, deceased, lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, block 78. All the heirs at law of Sam Holland, deceased, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, and East 70 feet of lots 7 and 8, block 48. Leach It Coulter Grocery Co., lots 7 and 8, block 97. A. Curless, sole heir at law of Celeney Curlcss, deceased, lot 9, block 24. m. u. canton, lot iu, diock .IU. Carl C. Smith, Paul Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Kate Smith and T. E. Smith, heirs at law of I. P. Smith, deceased, lot 4, block 50. Annie Hough, lot 2, block 64. Wm. T. Brown, North 1-2 lot 10, block 65. Kate Whitehead, lots 4, 6 and 7, block 98. Mrs. T. D. Skcen and Mr. W. H. Ballou, lot 11, block 49. C. A. Scheurich. lot 12 and north 1-2 lot 11. block 32. The Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe Railway Company, beginning at the south- west comer oi ioi . or diock iuu and running in a southeasterly direc tion along the north line of the rinrht of wav of the uid AhUnn TV peka k Santa Fe Railway Company to the southeast corner of lot 6 in block 98, thence south along the west line of Main Street in the City of Clovis, New Mexico, a distance of 101.5 feet, thence in a north westerly direction. Parallel to said north linn of rioht nt mentioned to the east line of Rcnchcr Street in the City of Clovis, Now wrxii-u, inance nonn iWa.o lect to mo place ot beginning, Amelia Schorer. lot 14. block 97. K. C. Childers, S. A. Jonea, C. V. Steed, W. I. Luikart and W. F. Baylcss, Trustees of the Methodist Church, lota 6 and 6, block 23. Erie E. Forbes, H. E. Locker and Gus Herfurth, trustees of the Church of uoa, lot i, diock 37. Lester Stone, A. W. Johnson, Chrmn., D. L. Moye, A. W. Hockenhull, J. V Foreman, W. H. Harris and J. W. Mordecai, trustees of the First Bap. tist Church, lots 4, 6 and 6. block 61. All the hoirs at law of Pat O'Connell, deceased, lot 18, block 64. G. M. Hockenhull, South 37 1-2 feet lot 10, block 32. E. Peterson, north 1-2 of lot 10 and south 1-2 of lot 11. hlnrk .12. You are further notified that if you desire to be notified and advised in advance of the probable cost of the imnrovement to he mwuixl your real estate, you may obtain general information as to the character of the proposed improvement, the frontage of your property which it is proposed to improve, and the approximate estimate of the probable total cost to be assessed against you and your property by calling in person, or uy yuur niiumcy ur aKeui, hi ine omce oi euner tnc llty Clerk or ine City Engineer in said City, during business hours on any week day between tnis aaie ana ine aaie set lor the nearing. By order of the City Council of the City of Clovis, this 1st day of March, 1920. Attest: LESTER STONE, Mayor, City of Clovis. ROY McMILLEN, City Clerk. et The News Do Your Printing First National Dank Of Clovis Capital and Surplus $120,000.00 First Mortgage Loan Co. . OfClovb Capital and Surplus 65,000.00 Combined Capital $185,000.00 Wo are iu a position to handle your business and want you to know that we appreciate the ac counts of those who do business with its, and want as many new ones as we can get. No matter how small your deposit may bo, wc want you to deposit your checks or cash with us so we may get better ac quainted, even if you are compelled to cheek out every dollar the same day. YOUR CHECKS MAKE THE BEST RECEIPTS. See Us For Farm Loans We pay you the money the same day we make the loan. - ; Denhof Jewelry Go. Registered Optometrists EYES TESTED GLASSES FITTED ALL WORK GUARANTEED Let Us Take Care Of Your Eyes Satisfactory Service Every Farmer Needs Money At Some Time! And there is no more independent way to get it than through a farm loan with a company where the red tape is cut out and the borrower gets all the money he applies for without miscellaneous deductions. Ask me about it. H. F. YOUNG FARM LOANS Representing the F. B. Collins Investment Co., oi uKianoma uity t CLOVIS NEW MEXICO l M44.wi The News gives all the news and is only $1.50 per year.