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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920.
Fixed Up and Ready to Serve You We arc prepared to give you the very best Groceries and Market Service in our new location. Our stock is complete and we invite a share of your business. Our Meat Market carries the choicest of Meats at all times. NED HOUK Next Door to Clovis National Bank Phone 22 ELECTION PROCLAMATION Whereas, by virtue of the laws of tliti state of New Mexico, and the Ordinances of the City of Clovis, an election should be held In laid city on Tuesday, April 6t.h, 1020, for the purpose of choosing a mayor, a clerk, a treusurer and member of the City Council from the various wards of aid city, notice is hereby given that an election will be held in said city and in each of the four wards thereof on Tuesday, April 0th, 1020, for the purpose of choosing the following of fice to serve for the following terms: A Mayor to serve for the term of two years. A City Clerk to serve for the term of two years. A Treasurer to serve for the term of two years. All the above mentioned officers to be chosen by the qualified electors residing within the limits of the said city of Clovis; also, One member of the City Council from ward one to serve for a term of four years. One member of the City Council from ward two to serve for a term of four years. One member of the City Council from ward three to serve for a term of four years. One member of the City Council from ward three to serve for a term of two years. One member of the City Council from ward four to serve for a term of four years. Each of said members of the City Council to be chosen by the qualified electors residing within their respec tive wards. The following are the designated polling places at which places votes limy bo cast in said election : Ward No. 1 Barry Hardware Co. Ward No. 2 Union Mortgage Co. Word No. 3 Steed's Undertaking Parlor. Ward No. 4 City nail. The following persons have been selected by the City Council of said City to serve as a registration board in each of the wards of said city, to wit: Ward No. 1 John McMinn, C. W. Cole, Tom Smith. Ward No. 2 S. L. Rickets, G. E. Jones, W. H. Duckworth. Ward No. S I. N. Jett, C. V. in Mew Oiarte We are now located in the Klein corner, across the street west of Barry's Hard- ware store. &UCTDOW Registered Hereford Cattle WE..' 1 One of the biggest and best sales of pure bred cattle that has ever been held in Eastern New Mexi co will be held at the Tom Ross Horse and Mule Barn CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO 65 Head of Registered Herefords 23 head of cows, ages 2 to 5 years old, some with calves by side, rest bred. About ten head Heifer Yearlings 32 Bulls, ages 1 to 4 years 1 extra fine Herd Bull of the highest class and quality The above cattle are of the highest class and this is an ideal time for the fanners and stock raisers of this county to get first class stock at their own price. Not show ring cattle but just as good. All raised here and acclimated, so why go elsewhere to buy when you can buy right here at home. TO BUYERS THAT COME FROM ELSEWHERE: We have ample hotels and rooming houses to take care of you. Good railroad connections. TABULATED PEDIGREES: We will have tabulated pedigrees of these cattle catalogued which those interested may obtain by writing to Fred E. Dennis, Clovis, New Mexico. We earnestly invite one and all to attend this sale We will Provide a big tent in case the weather is bad Remember the Date April 7th, 10 a. M. TERMS OF SALE: Time up till one year will be given if desired or 5 per cent discount for cash W. M. LANCASTER, Manager We have a good roomy office and want our friends to call in when in the city and have a rest and a visit whether you have any business to transact or not. Sometime ago we told you in our advertisement that if you over expected to buy the farm adjoining you, not to wait too long, as it would go higher. Ask yourself if it has not already proven true. We think it has and we think it is still going higher, if you want it, better buy it now. 'If you are fortunate enough to have the money, use it; if you don't happen to have enough, come in and talk it over with us. We think we can help you we have helped others. Ask your neighbor about us. We buy, sell and trade farms and city property and cattle. Clerk sales and buy sale paper. When in need of our services in any of our lines, call on us or write a letter explaining your wants. We buy, sell and trade farms and city property and cattle. . Clerk sales and buy sale paper. When in need of our services in () any of our lines, call on us or write a letter explaining your wants. . ' : Yours for business, l Union Mortgage Co. J Steed, M. W. rope. Ward Kn. 4 F. B. Herod, W. I. Luikart, John II. Lewis. The registration book for each of said wards will bo kept open for the length of timo required by law at the following places in each of said wards, respectively: Ward No. 1, Barry Hdw. Co.; Ward No. 2, Nunn Electric Co.; Ward No. 3, Steed' UmVnlnkingr Parlor; Word No. 4, City Hall. The following; persona have been se lected by the City Council to serve as Judges and Clerks in tha various wards in said City for said Election: Ward No. 1 Judges: John Mc Minn, C. W. Cole, J. P. Noble; Clerks Bert Curless, W. E. Marsh. Ward No. 2 Judges: S. L. Rickets, W. B. Davis, W. C.Eads; Clerks: R. S. Martin, J. R. Walton. Ward No. 8 Judges: M. W. Page, C. V. Steed, W. D. Sutherlin; Clerks I. N. Jett, M, L. Lynn. Ward No. 4 Judges: John Wilson, Thos. S. Teeter. Ed DoBcrry; Clerks: G. F. Cornell, H. Bell. The polls at said election will be open at the various places in said wards as herein stated from 9 o'clock a. m., until 6 o'clock p. m. on said Tuesday, April 6th, 1920. Dated at Clovis, N. M., this 1st day of March, 1920. (Seal) Lester Stone, Mayor. Attest :Roy McMillen, Clerk. V. Tta and others, Auctioneers Dennis & Sea, Clerks STATE DEMOCRATIC MEETING To the members of the Democratic State Central Committee, Advisory Committee, Executive Committee, County Chairmun and Committeemen at Large: The Democratic State Central Com mittee is hereby cnl'ed to meet on Monday, April 12, 1920, in the city of Albuquerque, at Jefferson Hnll, 110 North Third Street, at ten o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of naming the time nnd place for hold ing the State Convention to elect del egates and alternates to the National Democratic Convention at San Fran cisco, and for the disposition of any other matters which may come before the meeting. Committeemen may give their proxies to women of their County and they will be recognised by the Chair man. May I urge that wa have a full at tendance. ARTHUR SEUGMAN, Chairman. Phone 97 for your Job Printing. The News gives all the news and is only $1.50 per year. . I- V,. UNIVERSAL. TRACTOR kjthaUiswa Willi two IS-iiiA bottoms, under vcroge plowing conditions, the new Moliuu Univcisul Tractor, Mode! D, plows 9 seres in 10 lior.rs, as mucli as ordinary 3-plow rtr.e!ii::e. The su perior efficiency of the Molina Um vcrsal is d;ie to I;i lii .licr t4 ocd, s!i miks an hour, tv.-o l tioi:is r.t si miles ' r.iviiii ti e sane niv.r.Ur of plow-miles as three bottoms at S miles. Plowlaj nt 8' i miles on 1 cur givca iilcal results, tlic crour.d Imi.t pi:l vcriicd more t!i roi::,:.!y iliun at .'lov.ir srcds, wiih lc.s a'r space. Toityli sid ll:-.t cannot be turned at nil iit r'i miks an hour is plowed with c.-.ce. Perfect work Is assnrca v.'i'.h the Molina I'nivcral t!miu0li l!ie advan-t-iRcous i osition of the Oiicrator, wlio sits on the implement, where lie must sit in orler to do good work. Tl; Mulinc Universal ii tas'ly handled, turns short, and backs as readily as it eoes forward. Waste of time In the field is elimi nated and the tractor kept at produc tive work a maximum number of hours a day through a complete elec tric starting and li&hting system. Th Moline Universal is the only tractor, thus regularlv equipped, Tho secret of t!ij s;v-J nnd power of the Mol'me Ur.ivcrs.il lies in its perfected overhead-valve engine and two-w'icci construction. The rngina develops 13 horsepower ct the belt, end 9 r.t V..i drawbar, every cuncc of which, is avail::' !e for f.-..i. There B-9 r't derd w'ycU l 'r::g along that o:-.'y c;.rry v.cijht ai.J steer. For Jt.v.vuijr h extreme!;' soft rjrounJ, t!:e if ,;ne V';iivcf'al ia equipped v. ilh a ih:.Vrciut .l I.k-'.: that cnahlvs t':e t'-j drive w!:eels to bs loelcd together, tlouL'iny tlicir pull iug power. - Wlien plov.-injr t':e lar.J vliect i railed s that the tr.icivr is level. The whel is very easily and quickly raiaed or lowered. The l!;;!:t we'clit of the Molina Universal, 3.1FO pounds, and its bigli clearance, S9J 5 inches mai;c it adapt ed for all other field work, bcsulcst plowing. W illi it one man can plant 40 acres a day, cultivate fi acres a day, harvest 5 seres a day, br do any other work with equal speed. It is the ideal tractor for any sired farm, practically eliminating horsea and solving the farm help problem,. Call one kt nt thou jjoxr this re. tnqrkablt. pachiiit, nun ii i Miiiiniii iiiiiikiiiinMr x i na i t ygj R0BERTS-DEARE0MIE HARDWARE. CQ t . ur Money Cack tf You Vnl It"