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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1920.
j Let's Go, Boys! We're Ready LAGKMORE-ZERWEPi CI , Upstairs Opposite First National Bank Abstracts Fire and Hail Insurance Our assurance that in whatever manner we may be able to serve you, we shall spare no effort to serve you well. ORDINANCE NUMBER 132 ' Aa Ordinance calling an election to ota upon the issue of $116,000 of bonds for the purpose of enlarging, improving and extending the system of Water Works for the City of Clo vis and for the acquisition of further water and water rights, necessary real estate, righto of way, privileges and easements, and ncccssury appur tenances for such system. Whereas, the City Council of the C'ilT nt rinvi. Nnu, Msvlnn k..li,.u,. that for thn nuhlin hmilth mnA matalv i.nd in anticipation of the growth of ine vny oi uovis it is necessary and is tor tne ocst interests of said City nd that the sum of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($115,000) be spent in enlarging, improving and txtondlng the waUr works system of the said City and in the acquisition of further water or water rights, neces sary real estate, rights-of-way, priv ileges and easoments, and the neces sary appurtenances for said syntem, nd Whereas, the said City of Clovis has not available funds to pay the cost of enlarging, improving and ex tending the water works system of snld City, and Whereas, Oscar Dobhs, the City Engineer of laid City of Clevis has filed with the City Clerk of said City, a rareiuuv nreoarcd eatinintn r the approximate cost of improving, en larging and extending the water works system of said City, and Whereas, the aum of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($115,000) does not exceed that estimate which is in an amount of $117,200, and Whereas, before the said improve ment can be made, it will be neces sary for tho City of Clovla to borrow the sum of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars, ($115,000) and to iwue negotiable bonds therefor, and Whereas, prior to the borrowing of said sum of money It is necessary that the said Council shall causo the ques tion of issuing said bonds to be sub mitted to a vote of the qualifittd electors of the City of Clovis as have paid a property tax thcroin during the preceding year: Now, Therefcre, Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Clovia, New Mexico: That at the time of the holding of the next regulnr election, to-wit, on the first Tuesday in April, being April Sixth, Nineteen Hundred and Twenty, there be submitted to the vote of the qualified electors of the City of Clovis asdmve paid n proDertv tax therein during the preceding yeur, the question as to whether or not there shall be issued by the City of Clovis negotiable bonds of said City in the sum nf Dim lliin.l-.l v,t teen Thousand Dollars ($115,000) to secure money to be used in enlarg ing, improving ar.d extending the water works system of the City of Clovis and in the acquiring of water or water rights, necessary real es tate, rishts-of-way, privileges, and and cunements, and tho necessary ap purtenances for said system. Be It Further Ordained, thut such bonds, if issued, shall be issued in denomination of Ono Hundred Dol lars ($100) or any multiple thereof, and shall bear interest nt the rate not to exceed Six Percent (C) per an num, payable semi-onnually, and shall become duo and payable ct such timo or times, not exceeding Fifty (50) years from that date, and at such place or pieces within cr without the State as the City Council shall de termine. Provided that the City Council shall have tho right to pay any such bonds at any time after Twenty (20) years from their date. Bo It Further Ordained, thut the ballots cast at said election shall be deposited in a separate ballot box and snuu reaa: FOR WATER WORKS BOND ISSUE AGAINST WATER WORKS BOND ISSUE Such ballots shall be of uniform size and color and anyone desiring to voto in favor of the issuance of said bonds shall place a cross in the first square, while anyone desiring to vote against the issuance of the bonds shall placo a cross in the second square. The City Cleric is instructed to pre pare ' le ballot and to give notice of said election as required by law. PUBLIC NOTICE AND PROCLA MATION OF WATER WORKS BOND ELECTION Tueadar, April 6th, 1920. Notice is hereby given, that pur suant to Ordinance No. 132 duly passed by the City Council of the City of Clovis, New Mexico, approved by the Mayor of said City and attest ed by the City Clerk and heretofore published in accordance with law, a bond election is hereby called in the City of Clovis, New Mexico, at the time and at the places hereinafter set forth, at which election there will be submitted to the qualified electors of the City of Clovis, who have paid a property tax therein during the pre ceding year, the following question: Shall the City af Clovis, New Mexico, Incur aa indebtedness of One Hundred Fifteen Thou,, and Dollars ($115,000) to b evidenced by negotiable bonds payable not exceeding fifty years from their data and to boar intarott not to aicaed sis par. eentam par annum (6) for the purpose af enlarging, improving, and extending the water works ystatn and for the acquUition of water or water rights, necessary real estate, right of way, privi. 'gas and aaaamentt, and nece. sary appurtenances for said syt tarn? ' Pursuant to La'w the following named residents of the City of Clovia. New Mi-Ti by resolution of the suid City Coun cil appointed Judges and Clerks of the said election to be held for the election of municipal officers. Ward No. 1Judges John Mc Minn, C. W. Cole and J. P. Noble. Clerks Bert Curless and W. E. Marsh. Wuijl No. 2-Judges S. L. Kick etts, W. B. Davis and W. C. Eads. Clerks Ralph Martin and J. R. Walton. Ward No. 3 Judges M. W. Pace C. V. Steed and W. D. Sutherlin. ' C erks I. N. Jett and M. L. Lynn. Ward No. 4 dudeos John U'll. son, T. S. Teeter and Ed De Berrv. Clerks G. V. C.nrnU an1 U D.'.ll Thut the polling places for the said ! ni'iuuii win oe as ioiiows: Ward No. 1 RniTu Tr,.r.i....... r Ward No. 2 Union Mortgage Co." ST B-P-H-ENS Salieit SiiC Ail-Around Road-Performance Helps Make Its Greater Value Its Greater Service In owner reports, we find the better basis forjudging the greater value and the greater service of the Stephens Salient Six rather than the striking records made on the polished floors of the speed way or the prepared track of the race course. For Stephens also has made rec ords on the Speedway that are striking. Here we repeat the owners' proof ot mat au-arouna road performance, which you can expect from your Stephens Salient Six: "Averaged 19 miles per gallon for 3,250 miles, 'That is salient which it strikingly manifest or which catches tin attention at ones" WEBSTER. one stretch maintained average speed of 45 miles per hout for 15 consecutive hours, not a trouble." (Name on request.) "Running without falter, 40 hours, 13 min., using distillate. carrying four passengers, traveled 1,197 miles, mountain route, completed in beauti ful shape. Average speed 29.93 miles per hour." (Name on request) , "Daily service during melon season, Imperial Valley. Hotter than pro verbial , 4,000 miles going 8 hours a day, using only l'j quarts of oil and one tea cup full of water the entire trip." imme on request.; You can judge from owner records, but to. know arrange to see and ride inthe Stephens Salient Six today. Fiik Cord Tires RefuUr Equipment on All Models ODOM & YELVERTON CLOVIS A GREATER VALUE NEW MEXICO Fifes MB) f.1.1 lit,? A GREATER SERVICE Manufactured ty Stephens Motor Works of Molint Plow Company Ward No. 3 Steed's Undertaking Parlor. Ward No. 4 City Hall. The said polls will be open from nine o'clock A. M. until six o'clock P. M. on the Sixth day of April, 1920. The ballots uhiph will ho nod nt I me siiia election win oe supplied by me L.iiy i utk to the Judges of said r.iccuon ana dv them lurnished to 9j4 etaaMM HOME-MADE Candy is best for the children. 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That at the said election the bal lots to be cant on the said bond elec tion shall be deposited in a separate ballot box in each of the said polling places. That the ballots to be furnished to the qualified voters at such bond election are to be printed and to be in substantially the following form: OFFICIAL BALLOT No. No. City of Clovis, New Mexico, elec tion upon the question of incurring; an indebtedness in the amount of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollars (1115,000) by the issuance of bonds in said amount for the purpose of im proving, enlarging and extending the water works system of said City, i INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS Election, Tuesday, April 6th, 1920. If you are a qualified elector in the Citv of Clnvin. Now Mpvicn nA have paid a property tax therein dur- 111 ir me nrecpilinff vnnr vnu hav. n right to vote on the question herein after stated. If you arc in fuvor of authorizing tho issuance of the bonds in accord ance with the question hereinafter stated, nlnce an X in the uminro fnl. lowing the words r or V uter Works Bond Issue If vnu nrp nnnnnotl tn tha it.-iiinnn of the bonds place an X in the square following the words: Against Water Works Bond Insue Shall the City of Clovis, New Mex- ieo incur an lmk'btedness of One Hundred Fifteen Thousand Dollun ($115,000) to be evidenced by ne gotiable bonds payuble not exceeding fifty years from their date and to bear interest not to exceed six per centum per annum (67; ) for the pur pose of enlarging, improving and ex tending the water works system and for the acquisition of water or water right, necessary real pstute, right of way, privileges and easements, and necessary appurtenances for said system! FOR WATER WORKS BOND ISSUE AGAINST WATER WORKS BOND ISSUE That on the back of each ballot shall appear the fur-simile signature of the City Clerk and worda OFFICIAL BALLOT Water Worka Bond Election Tuesday, April 6th, 1920 In witness whereof, the City Coun cil of the City of Clovia, New Mexico, has duly authorized the issuance and legal publication of the foregoing no tice and proclamation by the affirma tive vote of five duly qualified mem bers of the said City Council this First day of March, 1920, in Tegular session of the said Council. LESTER STONE, Mayor. Attest: ROY McMILI.EN, City Clerk. Approved by me this Second day of March, 1920. ' LESTER STONE, Mayor. NOTICE OF STOCK HOLDERS MEETING There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Clovis Union Laundry on Saturday, March 27th, at 7:00 p. m. at the Labor Hall for the purpose of hearing the report of the auditor of the books and to decide on a definite plan of building and for future progress. All stockholders are earnestly requested to be present without fail. 3-1 l-3tc J. D. LOOPER. President If its news The Phone us. No. 97. News wants it. Clovis Marble Works Dad Dwight, Manager. Patronize Homo Indjstry and select your work from a home concern. Quick service ann (ood Material. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no pay. We can save you tho agents commission as nj agent is al lowed to sell for us. Came look over my stock of Vermont Marble. I am a citizen of Clovis. Dad Dwright Crand Avanua. Clovis, N. M. v.