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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
MANHATTAN ISLAND LOSES POPULATION I aclWcteuje,- mi mi in i " jiiil ) mm-w fiji r The old city of New York that is, the island of Manhuttan it los ing population. At least the railroad managers think so. They ba9e their belief on the great number of com mutation tickets now sold for subur ban places. Hundreds of thousands of people are living outside of the city and coming in every day. Some have their homes fifty miles or more from their places of business, and use up two hours a day going back and forth. There are several rea sons for all this. Land values and rents are so high in Manhattan that people who want comfortable homes cannot afford to live there. The is land is fast becoming a home only for the very rich or the very poor. Thousands of old dwellings have been torn down, too, to make room for business buildings. FIRST NATIONAL BANK j fianital. Stamina and Profits $135,000.00 X w"i F i A Strong Bank In a Growing Town i . PUBLICATION NOTICE THE CLOVIS NATIONAL BANK J Capital $50,000 Surplus $27,500 I The Bank That Accomodates" x I THE CITIZENS BANK OF CLOVIS j "The Farmers' Friend" J In the Probate Court of Curry County, State of New Mexico. In the matter of the last will and testament of Edward Lemoine, de ceased. No. ...... To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an in strument purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Edward Le moine, deceased, has been filed for probate in the Probate Court of Cur ry County, New Mexico, and that by order of said Court, the 3rd day of January, 1921, at the hour of 10:00 a. m., at the Court room of said Court, in the City of Clovis, New Mexico, is the day, time and place set for hearing proof of said last will and testament. Therefore any person or persons! wishing to enter objections to the probating of said last will and testa ment are hereby notified to file their objections In the office of the County Clerk of Curry County, on or before the time set for said hearing. Dated at Clovis, New Mexico, this 10th day of November, 1920. (SEAL) W. C. ZERWER, ll-ll-4tc Clert We solicit U PWI1I.1I J mil I'llimiiif, ..u. . . -j THE MARK ON QUALITY LUMBER Here's a Little Suggestion for the Man Who Doesn't Need to Build It is remarkable how a little lumber, a little paint and a good workman or two can make over a plain, old-fashioned, out of style house into a neat, attractive home. One man spent a few hundred dollars and the very day the simple improvements were completed he was offered $1400 dollars more for the property than he had ever been offered before. , The improvements he had made were better. than a 100 in vestment. But it isn't altogether the money investment that ought to be considered. Maybe mother and the girls are dissatisfied with the plain old house. The neighborhood has been beautifying and your folks, too, may long for those attractive little features that make the passerby pause and say: "Now there's a neat little home." Come in and see us. We have some interesting suggestions for economical remodling. And we can supply the materials. THE NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 1 Jov X T Tata Anrfinnppir : I huve been a stork raiser and buyer nil my life arid know the value of stock and furm implements and have never failed to sell tract of land when put up ut a fuir sale. Your sales appreciated. SeeVme or leave dotes at offioe of Harney & Wilkinson or Union Mortgoge Company. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office ut Ft. Sumner, N M 17, 1020. Notice is hereby given thht Joe C. Koor, of Clovis, N. M., who on 'Aug. 17. Ulfl, made Homestead Entry, No. 014:177, for SE'i, Section U, Twp. 1 N., Range 34E, N. M. r.Merldinn, Ins file tl r.otico of intention to make Final three yetr proof, t3 establish claim to tf.o land nbuve described, be fore Probate Judge C. V. Steed, in It's office at Cbvis, N. M., on the 2S!h iluy of December, 1920. Claimant names ua witnesses: Andrew C. Face, Charles P. Hilo- mnn. J.mea u. iiniiiuny, Allien a. Douglass all of Clovis, N. M. ll-18-5te W. R. McGill, Register. C2: ONG-fpL LUMBER "It Costs No More To Built It Right." Telephone No. 15 W. B. CRAMER, Mgr. 1 ffyrff'TTTfri-TT-rfTTT Tf ttfTtTTTTt Get the Money If you expect to make a fann loan this year, better get the money now, as no one knows what conditions will be later. We can use a few good loans on improved land. List your farms and city property with us if yo uwant to sell it. Union Mortgage Co. Claimant names as witnesses: W. A. Killen, R. J. Moore, G. C. Scarborough and W. H. Harrison, all of Texico, N. M., Route A. ll-4-5tp I. J. BRISCOE, Register ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that letters of administration upon the estate of Jennings Jenkins, deceased, were granted to me by the Probate Court of Curry County, New Mexico, on the 28th day of September, 1920, and all persons having claims against said estate are required to present tame for payment within the period of one year from said date, or they will be forever barred. ARTHUR JENKINS, 11-U-4U Administrator I Dad Dwight of the Clovis Marble Work on Grand Ave., ships his mor- bie direct Into Clovis fro mthe quar riof of the Now England States. Be cut it, polishes and letters it right ure and sells it direct to the custo mer. There sre no miaaie man s profits and It Is not hard to sm how he can save you money on your mon umcnta. Not only this, he is a citi zen of Clovis, has his home here and when you patronize him you are helping to build up the town and the IW F.n..im.ni county. lie nires no uiumnen iiu If these remedies do not prove sat- WnU and when you buy one of News Classified Ads get results. TEXAS WONDER lor kidney and blodder troubles, grov tl, weak and lame buck, rheumatism nd Irregularities of tho kidneys and bladdor In both men and women. If not sold by your druggist will e sent by mall on receipt of $1.26. One small bottlo often cures. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Olive st, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggist. News Classified ads get results. NOT REALLY NEEDED THIS YEAR (From the Ohio Stale Journni) You never can tell in advanco of course but if wo republicans had known nil along what wo know now most of the money we spent and pretty nearly all the lies we told might have been sted for 1924, when we Imagine they'll really be needed. ' News Classified ads get results. isfactory, your money will be refund' cd. RUCKER'S FAMOUS KORAK REMEDY (The Original Korak Womttir) For all disorders of the stomnch, kidneys, liver and bowels. A splen did blood purifier, removes worms from tho body, stops bedwetting. A great family medicine. Trice $1.00 per box. RUCKER'S FAMOUS KORAK OIL For rheumatism, and all aches and pains, coma, bunions, sare feet, also for wire cuts and gulled shoulders. Price 7Bc per bottle. FOR SALE BY SOUTHWESTERN DRUG CO. ClovU, N. M. THE H. D. RUCKER REMEDY CO. 11-11 Amarillo, Texas Dad Dwight's monuments ypu have to deal direct with him at his marble works on Grand Avcnuo, but if ysu can save from 20 to 40 per cent on vour monuments isn't it worth while? Ho has had 88 years experience in tho monument business. If you need anything in his line it will pay you to sco him. 6-17-tfc I Your Last Opportunity to To Buy Choice Licboit T w Addition Lots ON SMALL PAYMENT PLAN. SEE US FOR PRICES AND TERMS. ONLY 69 LOTS LEFT. CHOOSE YOURS. DON'T DELAY- The Scheurich Agency Clovis Furniture & Undertaking Co. 208-210-212-214 S. Main Street. OPEN PAY AND NIGHT Telephones-Day, 67; Night, 14 and 203 AMBULANCE SERVICE O. V. STEED, Manager . ! ; Undertaking Parlors 112 West Grand Ave. NOTICE OF SUIT In the District Court of Curry County. New Mexico. Pearl Cox. olumtiff. vs. Alf-ed O. Cox, defendant. N. 1G75. To the defendant Alfred O. Cox, in the above suit: You will take notice that a suit has been filed against you and is now pending In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District in and for Curry County, New Mexico, in which Pearl Cox is plaintiff and Al fred O . Cox Ik defendant and num bered 1676 on the docket of said Court. You are furthor notified that the Mineral obiccts of said suit are as follows: to procure a decree of dl vorce dissolving the marriage rela 110 WEST GRAND NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Tucumcari, N. M., October 26, 1920. Notice is hereby given that Nanh J. Dilbeck, of Texico, Now Mexico, Route A, who, on November 15, 1917, mads Enlnnred Homestead Entry No, 021831, for SE4, Section 27, Town-ltions existing between the plaintiff shin 6 N.. Ranee 86 E.. N.'M. P. I and defendant Meridlah, has filed notice of Inten- You are also notified that if you tlon to make Three-year proof to cs- fail to appear of plead In this cause tabliBh claim fc the land bove de- on or bef ore the 28th day of Decem scrlbed, befors C. A. Scheurich, ber, 1020, Judgment will he rendered United States Commissioner, at Clo- against you In said cause by default vis, Now Mexico, on the 14th day of and the plaintiff will apply to the December, 1020. ' court for the relief sought for In the complaint herein. W. A. Havener is attorney for the plaintiff and his post office and busi ness address Is Clovis, New Mexico. In witness whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court this the 23rd day of October, 1920. (SEAL) W. C. ZERWER, 1 0-28-4 tp County Clerk. Clovis Furniture & Undertaking Co. 203-210-212 and 214 S. Main Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Telephones Day 67; Night 14 and 203 AMBULANCE SERVICE C. V. STEED, Manager Undertaking Parlors 112 West Grand Ave.