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THE CLOVIS NEWS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
IS! Official Paper of Curry County EDWARD L. MANSON Editor and Publi.bar Entered at the postoffice at Clovis, New Mexico, at second cIsm matter irder the act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 12.00 Biz Months .$l.u0 Fereiffii Advcftitinl Rrpmratntive ' JHE AMKRJCAN FHKSS ASSfKIATION J THE COMMISSION GOVERNMENT Thi' editor of the News will vote for the commission form of govern- nii'iit lit the election next Tuesday, ments of the future. datory clauses who finance and con trol the reactionary element of the Republican party. Just how the Western constituents feel about it is well expressed by a Western weekly paper, which says: "The farmer is (fritting his teeth and biding his time." o PROMISE YOURSELF. To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind. To talk health, happiness and pros perity to every person you meet. To look ut the sunny side of every thing und miikc your optimism come true. To think only of the best, to work only for the best, and to expect only the best. To forirot the mistakes of the past and to press on to the greater achieve- While it will not and can not be a cure-nll for all municipal trouble, we lilieve that it is a step in the right direction and believe that three coun cilmen with a city manager ran gov ern the city more efficiently than ctpht. The question, as we look nt it, sums itself up to whether a small body of men con serve more efficient ly than a large one and for this rea son it will have our vote next Tuesday. To wear a cheerful countenance lit all times und Rive every living creature you meet a smile. Ex change. o TIic fact that a voter favors the commission form of government does not mean that he dues not appreciate the services that have been rendered by the city council. Practically every person supporting the commission form of government is doing so on o the theory that three commissioners FARMER I'.iniNO HIS will bo able tc work more effec'.r.cly TIME FOR REVENUE than light. The regular session of the Sixtv- ., ' ' , , 0 " ,, ,. ,, ., 1 lie -News believes that much good beveiith ( ongress opens with a well- . , . , , , , , in '!"i come or public discussions of the defined cleavage between the Rene- , ... . i ,i 'proposed commission form of gnv- tiomnics and the 1 Ingres, ives. 1 lie 1 ., . , , ,, . ... , ,, , . eminent. .So tar the voters have latter know Iheir strength and have , , ,. , , . , ... ,. . . ;-t-ii t I much enlightenment on the had a fresh taste ol victory. I iplest ion ami the ille-tu- -Mould be Tint the Reactioi.aiies wll n.nCn- s ,,lHllv ,,;.,,.,, that .Ven ue to dictate to h, is apparent ',,,., ,. , , :,u,.iiri.Ilt'. r 4 1 i ..en i .... 1 1 i ' uu" " ' "-"l ",! ,lv eypres.i lus sentiments n xt message reprimanding tliein lor loin- ,.lV ing w ih the IVmnenits in pa -'sing the j ' IVmncrntic aniemlnnnts t the tfJ T.,M; .,, rnv newspaper head bill, and his plea for party harmony ' ,,,, x( ,OIWf .,u,, ,,.,,,,. , ,. and party government. !f ,he w. .tern Kansas counties t"l ! Hut out in the West is an ml elli-: f a K,, w,, dressed in her dad's gent and watchful constituency wlreh .. dollies, ran away from home to be has been disillusioned on the tariff; J hia; r'ed. The h.adbue of the story which has lost or is los'ng faith in was, "Flee in Father's Pants." Eliza- Kcpul.lican promises of lower taxes' belli Ann. and economical government; which is POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the will of the Democratic Party TTTTTTTTfffffffffttfTTffff FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce as a candidate for Sheriff of Curry County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. D. L. MOYE. I hereby announce as a candidate for Sheriff of Curry County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. E. L. McCAULEY. Di Di Dl C'l Di Di a D5 Dl q Q Dl Dl Dl e Dl Dl I hereby announce as a candidate 1 R for the office of County Treasurer of P; f r -..i....i a- it. D: V. TATE authorizes tho News to announce his candidacy for Sheriff of Curry County subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party. I herebv announce as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Curry County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election. L. W DOWNING. FOR COUNTY TREASURER Curry County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. JAS. II. CURRY FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT MRS. I. EN" A S. MAXWELL au thorizes the News to announce her candidacy for the office of County Superintendent, subject to the action of the Pomocrntic primary election. I hereby announce as a candidal'- flics- '"' ' ntirty huperint i mleiit at '. inry County, subject to the act oa n' tie Democratic party. S. A. JAr; ;')'. beginning to realize that the party in power docs not understand the prob lems with which it has to deal and is incompetent therefore to solve them. Above all, it understands now as never before that it has no identical interests with the privileged and pre- Some livestock kept on n farm is a means of utilizing feeds that ore not marketable and would otherwise go to waste. o The News wishes each of its rood-1 tin The fancy shop proprietor had ran sacked the shop in tin iii'l'Mivur to please the rather exacting woman who wanted to purchase a present. ".Vow arc you sure this is a crocodile skin?" critii ally examining a neat lit tle satchel, "tjuite, madam," was the reply. "You sec, I shot the crocodile myself." "It looks rather dirty," re marked the customer, hoping to gov. a reduction in terms. "Yes. madam," replied the shop keeper, "thill's where animal struck the ground when :l ers a Merry Christmas. fell from tlu' trie." ISurrowcd. Di i . C d: r.: . If' f r -i' F. CM iu'3 r. r, & . r fa,' r u . r. Di C:i d; Di Di d; hvh i ?hristmas- ahappi it milestone alonthe roai where friends stop a moment be fore pressinon into the New Year a season of rejoicing and hope, of laughter and handclasps and warmtn of$eetin a time when we maij sag to old friends and new the thin$ that lie closest to the heart when we maij) speak our appreciation, of tho happi relationship the ijears have woven between this compani) and its manu. friends when we mail join in the glad chorus of A Mwnj Christmas and ANewYiar Brimming G'er with Happiness and Prasporitij to everij friend the cor.imunitiLOver or TI.XAS a 3 a a a a a a ;a !a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 3 a a a n J "1 I or.cnM,:a.W if 3 a a 3 ;3 a -j a a a . 4 a a m m (0) B (di Electric Floor Lamps "SEE THEM" Glass and Queensware Safety Razors-Pocket Knives Carving Sets Thermos Bottles Children's Toys Boys' Wagons 4 fey j In tin '" : i mint;.-, y. ' .'- V- ORDER OF PUBLICATION. 1 1 strict ( Slate of N Clark, l-hi. .inV Vel', ( Lira V. I'm Karl C. Parker, .las. n;.i Klivah'th lle'.i V'.l'i '..nrt ev.- M miff, v.. wyi r, lii M. I'.ickl , his of Curr' mil vife. t i i!ruv Sullivan, .li.hn II. liany, S ,i . W 'Tax C.iimiiisslon, S ate of Ne'- Me i ico, J. S. .Morcan, Tax Collector Cur- (fi. ! ry C'.'iinty, mid ."H unknown iieir- or (P iadvi"-.:-- el.iiinaMs, I) fendaiiK .No. I o the aiiove named del inlan'.s, and any ami ail iit'ki""pi heir.-, and adverse claimants: You and each of you ai ' heivhy not fied that a suit has lieeii tiled auninst you in the Mislrict Court of Curry County, of the Dili Ju l;cial District, State of New Mexico, in which J. V, Clark is the plaintiff and you uro the defendants; that said cause is numhered 1!)25 on the Civil Docket of said court: That the (,'enornl ohjoct of said suit are as follows: To secure and recover judgment on five certain promissory notes and one mort gaffe deed, executed in fnvoi j of plaintiff hy E. W. Bowy . (''' ri I W, Bowyer, his wife, and Karl t' Parker, in the total sum of $7,0MVn with interest thereon from February 18, 11)20, until paid, nt the rate of eiffht per cent per annum, and for all costs of this suit, attorneys feci nod taxes, anil for the foreclosure of the mortffnffo jriven to secure said notes coverintr the following described real estate situate in Curry County, N. M., to-wit: The northeast quart-r of section twenty in township two north of range thirty-six east, N. M. P. M.. more particularly described as the Ciimpsi Addition to the town of Clovis. and to have said rufcVitute sold bv I February, hllii;, j'.idi:ineiit hy default Will he taken n -ainst you in aid -'hi,' 1 and jad:: nt r. iiderei' I'm- pliiuii iff ins pi aye, I, ami the alligation f saal plaintiff's complaint ti.ken a- t,u and cm, I ssed. i I Fred K. 1'ennis is attorm y for tin : pla.nl ff and b.s post office addn ..-' C.uv.s, New Mexico. I Wit' c my hand and the s ul of this court, this the 20th day of I'e-1 ci ndii r, l'.r, I y V(..ir' ! (SKAI.) HANIKI, lit MINK, luill ' '., .Many long-haired caltl- are living wild n the foot lulls of the mountain of e riain parts of Washington, Stat-, aeonling tn account.-, of (Izette ln 'l.aiis. In sunnm r they follow tie w Her eoiii'M s do" n to the low laud . I ''ei ii g liiint-rs v. I, en they come m ' '.'lit. 'I'll. Indians say the meat ol 'h. -e cattiii ta.-ti s of cedar and is not ,e to eat. 12-22-ltc. County ( lerk. iv. Sul s suh.-eriptiou to the Ni ,v pn sent fur the entire fam- iscnae now. il oiaen Eiie I aitors Phone 96 CLOVIS, N. M. special master to Bilge, .iiiilgment, cosn est and attorney's fe lish and declare the nior'l tiff n firit lien upon sal mid to cancel, set osideS naught, a double tax mnde against said real pstafl sale of sa'd iand for ta: year 1020, and to enjoin lector of Curry County fi 'i!? of plain- "i estate; i Vld for V mcnt, k the oi tbe 1 I Open for business Monday, Dec. 19 Rear Farmers State Bank TO ENJOY CHRISTMAS You should have that suit cleaned and pressed for $1.50 n n n Call and learn about our Cleaning and Pressing Club PHONE 72 ing said double tax assessment PROMPT DELIVERY You are further notified that i R. J. PAGE, Mgr. nd each of you fail to anwJ plead in thii cause or make ap(i nee on or before the 4th V J daypi