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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. tffc ' It A Russian Legend tJJ Jlt-LtJRlJ-.L4-M'RI l-ifJ-'';lj-M-t:ma-l - Land Office at Ft. Sumner, N. M., Nov. 17, 1920. Notice' is hereby given that Joe C. Foor, of Ciovis, N. M., who on Aug. 117, 1016, made Homestead Entry, No. 014377, for SEVi. Section 11, Twp. 1 N., Ranee 34E, N. M. P.Meridian, has filed r.otico of intention to mako Final throo ycer proof, to establish claim to t'r.o land above described, be fore Probate Judge C. V. Steed, In his office at Cbvlo, N. M., on the 28th day of December, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: Andrew C. Pace, Charles P. Hile- man, James C. Hallidny, Albert B. Douglass nil of Ciovis, N. M. U-18-5tc W. R. McGill, Register. "WE OO TO WORSHIP TUB KINO." TUEY SAID. Babouthka stood in bar doorway Whan tha Thraa Wiia Man patted by, We fo lo worihip tha Kin," thay Mid, "Wa have saan Hi Star in tha sky. Wilt thou com with ni, Baboffihka, Or ever tha Star ba sat 7" "1 will coma and saak tba new-bora King, But ah, My lord I Not yatl "I nuil tat my house in ordar, And I mut spin and sew," Tba Star bad sat ara sha mad an and, And tha winds beta to blow. And evermore Babouthka Goas saakinf throufb tha wild Tba Thraa Wita Man, tba shining Star Har King, tha naw-born Child. But on tha ara of Christmas, Whan thara ara nona to saa, Sha eomos with gifts in aithar hand. To dock tha Christmas Traa. Sba comas whara sleeping childraa Lia dreaming of tha morn, To saa if onca again on earth Tha Chritt-child bath been born. Marion L. Adams. 8 There are more than 22,00,000 1 Honesty, of course, is the bent widows in India, one third of whom policy, but is not always the most are under fifteen years of age. profitable. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All persons are notified that the undersigned was appointed the ad ministrator of the estate of Rutha J. Crass, deceased, by the Probate Court of Curry County, New Mexico, on the 22nd day of November, 1920, and all claims must be legally pre sented for payment within one year, or same will be forever barred. ll-25-4tc JAMES D CROSS. Administrator. If IDEAS i Train Passes Over Baby; He Is Unhurt Pensnuken, N. J. Commuters gasped In amazement when thy saw two-year-old Robert Olt, al most unhurt, crowl across the roll after a train passed over him nt the Union avenue cross ing nenr the Pennsylvania sta tion here. The train hnd struck an au tomobile In which the child's mother, Mrs. Kra Olt, and broth er, Frederick Olt, 13 years old, were riding with Urn. Doth wero thrown out and hurt. .Mrs. Olt, who wns driving, saw those on tho platform sii nnlliiK wildly when she was nearly on the truck and put on all speed to puss before the train. The three were thrown In to I lie ulr, and tha bnliy landed between the rails, directly In front of tho locomotive. Mix Olt fell Into a ditch and suffer ed fractures of both arms. Fred erick was sliKhtly Injured. News Classified ads get results. Try them phone 97. Electric Irons Flash Lights Electric Percolators Electric Washers Electric Light Fixtures Round Oak Ranges Round Oak Heaters Pocket Knives Razors and Shears Glassware Silverware and Queensware Boys' Wagons and Bicycles . i i . s. . . s What to Look for in Buying a Phonograph NOTICE OF FILING FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISCHARCE The Ninth in the Scries i ) i f m ( t p c o There are many little conveniences, highly desirable to the purchaser of a Phonograph, which in a way effect the complete ness of such an instrument. One of these is the automatic stop which accurately stops the motor when the record has finished playing, making it unneces sary to do so by hand. An automatically balanced lid or top is desirable one that can be raised or lowered with one hand, and remain in position without the aid of a "catch." A proper system of filing a goodly number of records that will keep them in first class condition is another desirable feature. A compartment for such accessories like needles, needle cut ter, oil, record duster, dust cloth, etc., should be provided in the machine that you buy. In tho matter of the estate ot J. Morris, deceased. Any and all persona interested In the above estate are hereby notified that the administrator, W. W. Harvey, has filed herein his final account and report of his doings as administra tor of the foregoing estate. That said final account contains a com plete statement showing all receipts by said administrator and all dis bursements. That the Probate Judge of Curry County, New Mexico, has made and duly entered an order fix ing and setting the first Monday in January for the hearing and settling of said account and all persons inter ested in said cstato are notified that said administrator will submit said account for approval and will ask that same be allowed and that ho be discharged as said administrator. l2-2-4tc W. W. HARVEY. . Is The Instrument You Will Eventually Buy Nunn Electric Co. OF CLOVIS READ THE NEWS WANT COLUMN FOR BARGAINS NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned was, on the 3rd day of December, 1920, appointed adminis trator of the estate of Richard Wat- kins, deceased, by the Judge of the Probate Court of Curry County, New Mexico Therefore all persons having claims said estate are hereby notified to file the same with tho County Clerk of Cury County, within one year from the date of this notice and appoint ment, as provided by law, or the same will be forever barred. JOHN T WATKINS, 12-9-4te Administrator. Dodge Brothers Cars Chevrolet Cars Traffic Trucks Waterloo Boy Tractors Skarda Auto, Truck and Tractor Co. NOTICE. ttt THE CLOVIS NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000 Surplus $27,500 "The Bank That Accomodates" In the Probate Court of Curry County, New Mexico. In the matter of the estate of Her man J, Niehaus, deceased. No. 328. Notice Is hereby given that R. W. Niehaus was appointed administrator of the estate of Herman J, Niehaus, I deceased, on the 3rd day of Decern-1 ber, 1920, by the Probate Court of Curry County, New Mexico, and that he has duly qualified, and all persons having claims against the estate of the Mid decedent are required to pre sent tame within the time prescribed by law. Dated this 4th day of December, 1920. R. W. NIEHAUS, 1 2-9-4 tc Administrator FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ciovis. New Mexico Capital, Surplus and Profits $135,000.00 A Strong Bank In a Growing Town t44444444W44444 THE CITIZENS BANK OF CLOVIS "The Fanners' Friend" We solicit your banking business.