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THE CLOVIS NErs, THUaSDAY, JUNE 17, 1820.
OSMSBSSMi 3 111 llliRr NNING JUN J-WdD K Ml ISfth Millinery and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Apparel for Every Passing Mood of a Summer Day at Rock Bottom Prices For the two weeks following the 15th we are positively slashing prices. Unheard-of values in all ready-to-wear. All our suits and spring coats at greatly reduced prices, also big reductions in bungalow Aprons and house dresses. Everything in our store goes at reduced prices, so you can't afford to miss these wonderful values. Visit our bargain counter and get the shock of your life. Hose, voile blouses, And other bargains too numerous to mention. Quality always the keynote of our offer ings. And the woman who shops with us is quick fo recognize the superiority of our goods. Many of our best hats at half price, others at great reductions. Everything on sale. GRIS AMORE OS BORNE NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S Land Offiee nt Fort Sumner, N. M. May 15, 1920. Notice is hereby Riven that Frank I before R, E. Dent, of St. Vrnin, N. M., who, sioner, nt St. Vruin, N. M., on the on August 8, 1910, made Additional I 2fith day of June.1920. Homestead entry No. 014295 for! Claimant names as witnesses: NE"lt Section 35, Township 2 N, James B. Roy, Will L. Glen, Edwin Raniro 33 E, N. M. P. Meridian, has 1 V. Bookter, Joe Randolph, all of St. ; filed notice of intention to make Viain, N. M. Final three year proof to establish W, R. MeGILL, claim to the land above described, . 5-20-5ti Register D. Elder, U. S. Commis. Wanted to rent threo or four loom house close in . Thone The News. Proceedings of the Hoard of Coun ty Commissioners of Curry County, No. 97. CWC Nw Mexico, at a meeting held in the established n of $50.00 to one Henry Osborne be and the sume is hereby approved; and it is further ordered that said damages be paid and the Rwl Sup erintendent is hereby authorized and directed to pay said damages; annd it is further ordered of the Board that the said roud be and is hereby IsftMsfittESll'V Zig-Zag Tread amct for frcilnt tMiultr I ' It.' I and til rotd oDudiUou. Th 1 ' : i ' l a y . y TEE 1 SlUrntto on both iMa nr.th.lT I utn Hid., hurt lrt Skid- f , . 7-N J i their f Bu Bum of It. 'Tin 1W' f sT. I ud triliht CnUr Lin. of TV 1 trrad f thick rubbrr itudi f I II i f thu tuiit la kxclui tha f II i I hii "kMd I TfA 111 :iii- mm , A; ,;r,;- ' I I , rn nn Three Times Guaranteed TIRES are guaranteed without limit by makers. They are further guaranteed by the records of actual performance over the roads of this local ity and in every other part of the country. And because all Lee Tires in this section arj bought from me the responsibility for satisfac tion rests on me. I take the risk confidently, because I know Lee Tires are all I cl" im for them. My success depends on your satisfaction. Whether your preference is for Cord Tires, or Fabric Tires, or the patented, exclusive Leo Puncture-Proof (either Cord or Fabric) I know; that you will get more than your money's wortK in mileage out of every Lee Tire. Let me bIiow you one. You'll want it when you see it, Sloan & Graham Tire and Vulcanizing Co. n tilll.lin I.?..!...... ...I I i, u uuuill. IHKIIWUV. UllU County Clerk office at Clovis on . the Road Superintendent is hereby Monday, June 7th, 1920 J. D. Fleming, Chairman, A. L. Phillips, Cammissioner, Ger. W. Ryle, Commissioner, W. C. Zerwer, County Clerk. authorized and same to travel. directed to open In the matter of the Road peti tioned for by Chas. Brady, et al, TOO iA-Smild at Miles? The Board met for the purpose of ; and beirnninir at tha northwi.st sitting as a Board of Equalization, . ncr of section 8, Twp. 4 N., Range whereupon appeared J. C. Halliday, , 35 E., and thence running west along the section line to the northeast cor. ncr of Section 8, Twp. 4 N., Ranne 34 E.j the report of County Road Superintendent recommending that said road be established is approved; and it is ordered that said road be and the same is hereby established as a public highway; that the same be opened to travel, and tho Road Sup erintendent is authorized and direct cd to see that said road is opened to travel. A. C. Pace, J. C. Foor, M. A. At well, C. J. Liebelt, Paul Shunell. Fritz Liebelt, J. W. Thompson, C. P. Hielman, T. M. Ruckman and Chas. Keifer, complaining of exces sive valuation of real estate, account of land being located in what is known as deep sand, and on run ning water draw. The Board being of opinion that valuations should now remain the same as fixed by them at their February meeting it is order ed that valuations of the above nam ed parties remain as fixed in February. In tho mater of the Road peti tioned for by J. A. Smith, et nl, it in nrrlpriwl Hint nfiitl n.itiiitM K, n It is ordered by the Board that hmA t tw Co R . g intendent for the purpose of ascer taining if the same cannot bo e. ib libhed to connect with highway n .'.'tr jeal estate ase3sej tD Mrs. J. I Downing , Melrose, N. M., lie and tho same are hereby reduced in value on as follows Lots 20, Block 10, Brownhorn to Melrose, from $40 to $25. Lots 13, 14, 15 und 10, Block 0, Brown horn to Melrose, from $170.00 to $110.00 Sitting as a Board of Commission era acounta for salaries of County officers for the month of May, 1920, were examined, approved, and war- ants drawn on the. proper funds in payment. It is ordered that Manic A. Mil ler be paid the sum of $50.00 out of the indigent fund, and that war rant be drawn in payment of said sum. In tho matter of County Road run ning south from Texico, New Mexico, to the sonjh line of Curry County, and located on the state line, it is ordered that the report of the Coun ty Road Superintendent, Geo. Mc Lean, be and tho same is hereby approved; that his award of $50.00 to one George Landers and his award Pleasant Hill school house. Quarterly reports of J. P. Noble, Justice of the Peace, examined and approved. Monthly reports of County Cler'c and County Sheriff examined ant approved. The Board now adjourned. J. D. FLEMING, (Seal) Chairman Attest: W. C. ZERWER. County Clerk. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION U. S. Land Office, Fort Sumner, N. M., May 27, 1920. Notice is hereby given that James1 Antle, of Clovis, N. M., who, on May 14, 1918 made Additional Home stead entry No. 015963, for W'A, Section 29, Township 1 N., Range 86 E., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make Final three year proof to establish claim to the land abovfc described, before C. V. Steed, Probate Judge, in his office at Clovis, N. M., on the 6th dny of July, 1920. Claimant mimes as witnesses, Adolph Amborn, John S. Martin, J: D. Truhnugh, and Henry Wiggins, all of Clovis, N. M. W. R, MeGILL, 6-3-5t Register. X t t West Side Garage Corner Mitchell and Otero All kinds of mechanical work done. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Give us a trial. D. W. Criswell Manager