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THE CLOVIS NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920.
NOTICE OF SUIT PENDING To th Universal Wrench Com pany, a corporation under the lawi of the State of Colorado, Ransom Y. Bovee, and nil unknown claimant of the property hereinafter describ ed, GREETING: You and each or you are hereby notified that suit has been filed and is now pending in the District Court of Curry County, New Mexico, wherein C. S. Fitzhugh is plaintiff, and the Universal Wrench Company, a corporation under the laws of the Stute of Colorado, Ransom Y Bovee, and all unknown cluimants of the property hereinafter described, are defendants In Causo No. 1614 on the Civil Docket of said Court. The general purposes of said suit are to quiet the title, to the prop erty hereinafter described, in Plain tiff, and to estop defendants and and each of them from claiming any estate adverse to Pluintiff's In said property: To establish Duintiff's title to said property and forever set the same at rest. Said property is described as being situate in Curry County, New Mexico, and being all of Lots Seven (7) and Eii;ht (g) in Block Sixty-Eight (68) of the Orig-' E. Davis, of Clovia, N. M., who, on March 23,. 1917, made Homestead entry No. 016380, for E'j, Section 14, Township 8 N., Range 34 E., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before C. V. Steed, at Clovis, N. M., on the 8th day of July, 1920. Claimant names ,- witnesses, Ross S. Cherry, J. B. Hendrix, R. I. Duke, and Delmar I. Burnett, all of Clovis, N. M. W. R. McGILL, 6-3-5t Register. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by focal apptlcuilohi, at they cannot reach Ihe dta'aaid portion o( the car. Tln-re I only one woy to euro catarrhal itafn.i. ami that la by a oomiltuilonal remedy. Catarrhal Dcainree la caun-d by an In flamed condition of the muuoua lining of the Eua'uchlan Tube. When tbla tube la Indamed you have a rumbling aound or lm prrfrct hiarlng. and when It la entirely cloaed. lifafncaa la the reault. L'nleea the Inflammation can be reduced and tbla tube reared to Its normal condition, bearing wt.i bo dpatroyed forever. Many caaee of dfufm-ia are oauat'd by catarrh, which la au Inriumcd condition of the mucoua aur facea. Hall'a catarrh Medicine acta thru the blood an tbe mucoua aurfaoea of the ayeifm W will give On Hundred Dollara for any oaae of Catarrhal Deafneae that cannot be cured by Hall'a Caiarrti Medicine. Or oulara free. All Dninnn, 11c. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, a mil TiurneitA nt Pl-iuiu !nui M,.v ico, according to the official phlt I "hhed woto by couple with ,. . urun. i none iew uiiice. FOREMAN SAYS IT SAVED HIS LIFE MAHONEY NEVER EXPECTED TO GET OUT OF BED AGAIN. NOW BACK AT WORK. "It was talked among my friends that I was going to die, and I don't believe anyone ever had a much closer call.," said James Mahoney, a well known foreman of the Richard Naustudt Construction Co., living at 22 East 15th St., Los Angnles, Cal. "Closely following an injury to my back, my whole system seemed to give way," he continued. There seemed to be a lump in my stjmuch and I could not eat a thing without intcnoe pain afterward. My appe tite left mo completely and I got so weak I cculd not even lift my feet to so ud the steps. I was in misery all the time and could not straighten unp for the pain In my stomach. Then I became constipated and my kidneys began troubling me so I could not sleep sound at night. Be fore these troubles started I weighed a h'.riiiircd and forty-five Pounds but dropped eff until I actually did not weigh but sixty-five pounds, and if there was a living skeleton, I was. I could hear my friends whd came to see me say: 'Poor Jim! Ho can't last much longer,' and I had no hope of ever noting up. Finally I waa told that nothing more could be done ex cept to operate ar.d I was too weak to stand that. . "A friend urged mo to try Tanlac and ugii cd to slip me a bottle as my wife objected to anything but pre scribed medicines. Weil, to make a long story short, I soon improved so much that I quit taking everything but Tanluc end now I am back nt work feeling as strong end fit as I ever did in my life. I weigh one hundred unci thirty pounds and I haven't an ailment of any kind. My wife now thinks as I did, that Tan lac is the greatest medicine in the world." For Sale Flemist Giant Rabbits, Pedigreed Stock from Blue Ribbon Winners. Write for price list. Frank J. Shea, Box 27, Belen, New Mex ico. 4-29-1 Otp FOR 12 YEARS RELIABLE RESPECTFUL REASONABLE FREE USE OF CHAPEL PRIVATE AMBULANCE Magic City Fur. & Undertaking Co. JOHNSON BEOS. Day Phone 211 Night Phone 235 Wanted Two furnished or unfur- without chil- thereof. You are further notified that un less you enter your appearance in said cause on or before July 23, 1920, judgment will he rendered in said cause against you by default, and plaintiff wilfapply to the Court for the relief sought in his com plaint. Plaintiff's attorney is J. S. Fiti hugh, whose address is Clovis, New Mexico, , Witness my hand and seal of office this 1st day of June, 1920. W. C. ZERWER, (Seal) County Clerk, 6-3-4tc Curry County, N. M. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION U. 8. Land Office, Fort Sumner, N. M., May 27, 1920, Notice is hereby given' that Joseph R. C. Snelson Groceries Old Lone Star Wagon Yard YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED MuIm, Hot tea and Cattle Bought and Sold. D rotitSi isiraice as well as Hail Insurance written by THE OLD HARTFORD Plenty of money to loan on farms The Scheurich Agency L (JSSrS tr ilCsAV "I The man who waits for building material de mand to slacken, for prices to recede, will lost; much in profits and possibly pay even more in the end. There is profit in building. Otherwise people would not build. With all prices high the profit remains. Why wait? : It is our earnest advise that you build now that you eoine to us for your estimates. LONE STAR LUMBER CO. Telephone 23 Clovis, New Mexico BEFORE the first Indianapolis 500-mile race in 1911, Barney Oldfield christened the contest "The Battle of the Tires." In that race, and in each of. its yearly renewals until 1920, tire troubles in varying degree have handicapped every fast contending car. Years ago Barney Oldfield determined to build tires which would go through the whole 500 miles of this terrific test. In 1919, Barney Oldfield's own company began to build tires. On a set of these Oldfield Tires, Gaston Chevrolet, May 31, 1920, accomplished the hitherto impossible when he won the eighth annual 500'mile race without a single tire change. 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