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THE CLOVIS NEW?. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921.
1 1 it t 1 ! I ij 1 tt r 1 Clovis Cream and Produce "n Plenty of Delinquent Taxes in N. M. a SPOT CASH BUYERS OF VOOL, HIDES CREAM, EGGS AND PRODUCE The man who is always on the job, not com ing or going, but always staying. 4- 0. M. REESE For the year 1H20, there was out standing in uncollected taxes in New Mexico on June 30, 102), a total of $3,131,29K.0H. The delinquency for 1D1S) und prior years on that date was ; pproximately $3,000,000. This means thr.t ubnut $6,000,000 was, due the schools, counties, cities and the slate front taxpayers who were charg ed for the support of th government. As compared with last ycrr, wo find that otic month after the delinquent tax date there was on June :i0, 1920, tt;icoll eted I'Jl'J tuxes amounting to $ 1 ,025,370.5K. In other words, the delinquency for i:i20, is twice s j.Tcnt one month ;:ftt r the delinquent date as for l'.H9. On June. 30, 11)20, X2.73 per cent of the 1 y 1 i taxes had heer. colloctt i while on June 30, 121, only 71.33 pe.- cent ' f the 1320 taxes had heen collu-ted. The figures The Quality of SUNLIGHT FLOUR It's Too Hot To Wash Why wear oui your energy doing washing and ironing this hj weal her, when you can have us re turn your soilul dollies each week clean and nice and at reasonable prnees. Our laundry has Hie very he.st eqiiipinriil ciialiling us io liandlc your work in the most, modern manner. :;'78ii Call us-phone. -we're no farther away than your tele- are taken from reports u the office I j of the State Tax tomniiis.on. f llelnw in column I ur" thown the per cent collections of li)20 taxes on !.1un 30, 1021. In c lunm II arc I . ., . ... .1, .:. . ! sn:wn we per c :h c neruo . 1 l'Jl!) taxes on T.t,- .'10 1!.'20. I II ! Bernalillo .1 85.47 8C j Clu'.vos i Col fax ... ..- Curry lie Eaca - Dona Ana . Eddy Grunt Guadalupe - - . - I.ea Lincoln Luna -McKinley -- -- -Mora .04.11 83.9S .H.2B 01.15 H2.:2 110.51 71.1U 97.11 The Clovis Steam Laundry PHONE 48 74.32 55.58 91.45 .75.-10 40.52 .70.07 K2.68 X4.62 70.92 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Id Offico ut Fort Sumner, N. M., August 9, 1921. Notice is hereby Riven that Pryor R. McDoniel, of Clovis, N. M, Route A, who, on September 23, 1916, made Additional homestead entry No. 014091, for the NE ,i, Sestion 12. Township 1 N., Runge 33 E., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make Final Three Year Proof to entablish claim to the land above described, before A. L. Phillips, Pro bate Judge, Curry County, Clovis, N. M., on the 15th day of September, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Nels Anderson, J. C. Foor, Mollie Stotts, and George Lcdbctter, all of Clovis, N. M. 8-ll-5tp W. R. McGILL, Register. Talk abou; women belli fiekle! A man is either trying to get a woman or trying to get awuy from her. News Want Ads Bring Results Otero 70.87 Quay 83.72 Kio Arriba 57.40 Roosevelt 72.70 Sandoval .. -- 01.01 San Juan 67.07 San Miguel 55.43 Santa Fe 70.79 Sierra 02.00 Socorro -- -- 51.11 Taos 45.71 Torrance 78.09 Union - -- -- 51.42 Valencia 77.62 67.83 76.83 93.56 85.91 75.35 87.18 86.93 87.11 87.06 77.03 1)3.10 74.36 91.32 67.55 75.30 76.81 65.07 79.32 68.14 71.13 89.64 83.59 77.17 Is a guarantee of its strengthening properties. It's THE best. It's MADE at home. Isn't that enough? We Want Your Grain Cramer Mil! and Elevators Co. ' IP IT'S THE BEST IT'S SUNLIGHT Clovis, New Mexico X 4 4 I t X 4 4 X X X t t t t .(..K--r it t'4 11 BILLION COPIES OK AMERICAN r.EWM'APl-RS PRINTED EACH YEAR State n.33 i Washington, Aug. 15. 11 oi"; t'la'it eleven und 'i quarter billlin copi of daily newspapers are printed iMinual ly in the United Stut.'S, averaging one i copy a duy for every three and nne i fifth persons of the country's total population, latest statistics of the bu ; voau uf census show. Circulation of the nation's '.'.,433 I dully newspapers aggregated 32,72.", j 937 copies a day, an increase of 13.8 I per cent in the five yaars since Iflil. The circulation of the r.i'S Sunday newspapers was 11,929,834 copies each Sunday during l'Jl'J, an increase of 14.9 per cent. The aggregate circulation of there g2 73 I dully and Sunday newspapers, there- 718,515, an increase of 116 per cent in five years. Newspaper subscriptions and sales aggregated 204,958,214, an increase of 105.9 per cent. Advertising totaled $407,760,301, an increase of 121.5 per cent. duy. InvesUgiVtion's by the Tax Payers . was 11,270,550,315 copies, or Association show that k-linquency exists among nil classes of tax payers. In Santa Fe county ubout 30 per cent of the persons listed no the tax rolls of 1919 were delinquent; in Socorro county there are nearly 1000 delin quents and in Dona Ana county near ly COO delinquents for the year 1919. Tax delinquency is not peculiar to the large taxpuyers, therefore, the demoralization is far Teaching. As a mutter of fact it will be found that 106.6 copies per capita for the year. Total circulation of the country's 20,431 ncwspipcrs and period'cals aggregated IS, 475,145,102 copies for the year, an increase of 7 per cent per issue in five years. That includes duiiy, Sunday, tri-weekly, semi-weekly, weekly, monthly, quarterly and all other newspapers and periodicals. The printing and publishing indus try's products were valued in 1919 at $1,528,856,503, of which newspapers most of the counties of the state periodicals contributed 1808, w IS NOT ALL WE SELL and tliat is one mg lea- i! neiieve in service lure of our husiness. We will be glad to help you in the planning of your home, furnish you complete plans if necessary, jive you an estimate on the eost of the material, frankly tell you the best kinds to use, the best or tho cheapest and fit the plans io your pockctbook. We will help you in securing workmen and advise you honestly as to Ihe various materials reduced. Service and price are essential. LET US HELP YOU LONE STAR LUMBER CO. Telephone 23 Clovis, New Mexico it is the prompt payment of taxes by corporations and large individual tux payers which enables the schools to he run, roads to be built, and the lo cul government to function and keep its credit good. 066,035, and newspapers alone $C12,- PLEASANT HILL ITEMS I'lea-ant Hill won again on the gridiron Saturday Pleasant Hill, 18; Fail-field, 10. Mr. W. H. Bell has purchased a new tractor and plows. Mr. and Mrs. McCain were visitors at Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hungate's Sunday. Miss Totts from Southern Texas is here visiting her sisters, Mrs. Joe Smith of this place and Mrs. R. A. Carter of Grady. Miss Adollia Keamper, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Day of Elida, has returned home. Messrs. Emery and Lester Colwell, Paul and James Kays, Jr., went to Hob Springs, N. M on a fishing trip Messrs. Henry McClintock and G. W. Hyde made ub usincss trip to Clovis Saturday. Mi's. E. C. Barnes was visiting her mother, Mrs. S. M. Snoddcrly, Sun . tut liiiTan iiiii f.iuiily nti HI' 6. W. "vkvtU fterc Mo-srs. Melvin Tint; : HeLozier drifted nuili. day. Mr. Henry Kenmrif were visitors at Mr.ii Hyde's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. . pleasant visitors at the tu un. cf Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hunt.v,t nndaj. Mr. C. M. Page i. uttmp u a new filling station ;. ftciiuiit Sill garage. Rev. Rarb from Tnkwt. Furuetl and Mr. Woodward f:oiu it Woith, were visitintr in this it inlnutul) Wed nesday evening. Mr. L. G. Burnt &r.d mii Iwrad, went to Roswell fur fruit ' Ftuldi I specialize in tt, tttuuiuutita and fitting of childmu E. Worrell, RegiKtcred C'lteSucttta at The Optical Shop in Ljttttfta Tfeutt Building Ultfc. EP WORTH UA41IK The Epworth Leagu of tU Meth cdist church mt' orcd U lit Btt&ity'i furm east of town Frukj night and enjoyed a chicken fti4 lruus games were playtdl and twnree fet ed an enjoyable eveniin: News WttOt Ads lu ttift JUwult. IT'E UNANIMOUS Clovis, New Mexico, is elated over the plans for the l'unhandle-Plains Tri-State Fair for Amarillo. Unani-1 minis indorsement was given the pro-' ject by the Clovis Chamber of Com-j nieree in recent meeting, when it was' the belief of the B.iard that Curry 1 and other pluins counties of New Mexico should have large exhibits at Amarillo. The Board went on record as being anxious to co-operate with ; farmers and stockmen to secure the i proper exhibits to bring here. I i No other action on the part of Clo-1 ' vis was expected, especially by an ' : who are familiar with the progres I siveness and co-operation shown at , 1 al' times by Clovis and the city's chamber of commerce. j j Clovis rculizcs tli-.' value bound to j ; remit from u great regional fai,- in I Amarillo. But Clovis is not alone among the i surrounding towns in supporting the fair. Reports to the same effect pour into Amarillo from I'linhnndle-I'lnins towns from all direct ions. It's unani mous. Amarillo Tribune. Come on along ! Fill up your makings papers with P. A. New Mexico Construction Company f PAVING CONTRACTORS DHREHIE DITULITIIIC General Offices Albuqurque Branch Offices: Clovis and Las Vegas NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR JANITORS Board of Education of Clovis, New Mexico, calls for scaled bids for the position of janitor of the East and West side schools of Clovis, and all bids should be filed with Prof. Jas. M. Bicklcy on or before 10 o'clock August 20th, 1021, when same shall be opened and let to the lowest re sponsible bidder, but with reserve of privilege to reject any and all bids. BOARD OF EDUCATION, 8-4-Stc Clovis, N. M. M. W. McCraven and M. C. Clay pool of Eldorado, Kansas, were here for a visit at the home of their neph ew, W. H. Bowman, Santa Fe agent at this place. Both these gentlemen are well pleased with this section. Greatest sport you kno-y to pull out your makin's papers and some Princo Albert and roll up a ciga rette ! That's heco use P. A. is so delightfully good and refreshing in a cigarette just like it is in a jimmy pipe! You never seem to get your fill P. A.'s so joy'usly friendly and appetizing. Prince Albert will be a revelation to your taste! No other tobacco at any price is in its class! And, it rolls up easily because it's crimp cut and it stays put. It's the best bet you ever laid that you'll like Prince Albert better than any ciga rette you ever rolled! And listen! If you have a jiminy pipe hankering by all means know what Prince Albert can do for you! It's a revelation in a pipe as well as in a ciga rette! P. A. can't bite or parch. Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process. Prinit tela tr-' A. f.rf,' lild tltU', tt K.' 4IIIV I'UUI'ti ttnj .'i.7 povw rtn hc.n.idrrf jniimttf ptuU t T) Aflll klttfiM UniiJor wit V aJKrigir mo,, tt rtw top. eAimt XL V the national joy $mok j Wy M J. Rwlb WlDtm-SJ N.C.