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Notice For Publication.
UKI'AKTMKNT )!' 'I'llli iNTKtUOIt,
U. S. Lund Olllce.
Las Cruees, N. M., .lul.v lllli. Mill.
Notice l.s hereby given lluit r'raneh
hi. Filler. of Columbus, n.m.. who.on
July Kl. Wot), made ItomcMciid up-
lllcution Nn. ll.lliin, lor SK l-l Section
itL rownshipls., KiuigcSw.. n.m. I'.
Riorldlun. Iiiis llleil notice of inlenlion
to make Final Five Year Proof, to
rrttulillsh claim to tlie land aliove de-
Kuril led. before .Icsnc .Miteliell U. .S.
2oinmiloncr. at Columbus, N. M.,
on the .list day of August, lt)l 1.
Claimant numo an vitnuu:
FJ. V. Mulr, of Columbus, N.M.
EU. V. Opdykc,
V. It. Pluming, " " 44
fll. . Oardncr.
A .IOSK (SCNZAhKS. Kcgihtcr.
Notice For Publication.
DKI'AICMKNT or' thk Intkiiiou,
V. S. Laud Olllce.
l,iiN('nicnv N. M.. .lime -js, lull.
Notice Is hereby given that Cornelia
U. (Hi, of Columbus. N. M., who, on
Felt. . H 1111(1, made Homestead entry
No. ill 1 1.1, for N. l-l Section .'lo.
Township L'S S., Kungc S w., N. M. I.
Meridian, has llleil notice of intention
to make Final Commutation I'roof, to
establish claim to the land above de
hcrilied. Iiuloiv .lesse .Mitchell, l.
S. Commissioner, at Columbus, iN.
M., on the llitli day or August, 11)11.
Claimant names as witnesses:
.1. It. ( hadhorn, ol Columbus, N. M.
V. F. King,
Addis Alliro, ,, ,,
A. L. Taylor, ,, ., ,,
.losK CiON'..i.KS Itegistcr.
Kuul your proof notices over
niiriiM.N uiiu u an error is do
t. cl (I id land iiiiiulk'r.s, spelling
in iiaiiu-s I'd'., report lo iIiimiiirv
ul nun-, Hull there limy bo time 111
wliii-n lo correi-l I he error. To
la it ijul, these notice uilll bo
Our Natural Advantages
Most lit' a I in l tt I climate of
1,000 loot above sua level.
Abundui eo of pure, walor, test
No alkali nor injurious salts in
Soil roaches down from !I0 to
UU foot without a break.
;100 .sunshine days a year.
Kiiiesi ull'aliii country in the
Conditions for poultry raising
United States port of Entry
Gateway to old Mexico.
h'roe government laud.
Kinest onyx and marble mines
in America. Copper, lead and
silver in abundance.
The truck grower's paradise.
drapes grow luxuriantly. Ap
ples, peaches and pears produce
no better any whore.
TAYIjOU, head carpenter and
chin polisher oHice at Columbus
Notice ol' Contest.
I)I4IA "I'M KNT OK TIIK INTHIIIOII,
I'nited States Land O.llcc.
has Cruces. N. M.. .Inly :i. lull.
To Sainiiel Jones of Colutuhui N. M,,
Von are hereby uolllied lhal Hugh
l. .de, ( 'onn who give Columbus, N.
M., as his post-olllce address, did on
.Mine I. 11)11. Ille in thlsoill-c his duly
corroborated application tocontest and
secure the cancellation of your Home
stead F.ntry No. U.M'io. Serial No. O.H
2), made Pec, '.'(). 1000, for H-F. l Sec.
I, Township :2s.S.,Hange 7 W.. N. .M.
P. Meridian, and as grounds for his
contest he ulhgcs that said Samuel
.lones has wholly nhandoned tho
land, not having made residence and
Improvements upon same as Is re
quired by law. There being no Im
provements of any description upon
said tract of land
You are, therefore, further notilled
that the said allegations will Ih taken
hy this olllce as having been confessed
by you, and your said entry will Ih
cancelled thereunder without your fur
ther right to le heard therein, either
lie fore this olllce or on appeal, if you
fail to Ille in this olllce within twenty
days after the FOUItTIl publication of
this notice, as shown below, your an
shit, under oath, specillcally meeting
and responding to these allegations of
contest, or if you fall within that time
to Ille in this ollice due proof that you
have served a copy of your answer on
the said contestant either In person or
bv registered mall. If this service Is
made by the delivery of a copy of your
answer to the contestant in person,
proof of such service must lie either
the said contestant's written acknowl
e d g m e n I of his receipt of
tho copy, showing the date of Its re
ceipt, or tie altldavlt of the person by
whom (lie delivery was made stating
when and where the copy was deliver
): if made by registered mail, proof
of such service must consist of the af
llda vit of the person by whom the copy
was mailed stating when and the post
olllce to which it was mulled, and this
allldavlt must U accompanied by the
postmaster's receipt for the letter.
You should state In your answer tin
name of the post olllce to which you
desire future notices to be sent to you
.Iosk (Ionai.KS, Register.
Date of 1st publication: July II, lull
., ., 2d !, Illll
44 4 4 ;id " " 'J.S, Illll
" 1th August I, Mill
Kim lKNT:Ni.'W I room house, oi
will sell on easy terms. Also,
horse and buggy for sale cheap
-.1. W. Illuii
If this square is ehookoc
with a blue pencil it is an in
dieation that your subscription
to the Cowjmiiuh CotMtiKu has
oxpired. Wo know you do r.ot
want to be without this paper
which keeps you posted as to tin
development of Columbus ant!
the Lower Miinbres valley; but
the postal laws forbid us sending
it through the mails after your
subscription has expired. Hence
we take this method of in
forming you, and asking that you
call and renew same without de
lay. -The Mitchell Co.
HINtS FOR HOME
How Women May Color Their Own
Rlbbcm, Lscco nnd Trlmmlnot
t smait co.t.
Mnny women like lo dve lite r n vn
nblioiiH, hues iin-l lriinnini.. In
know linw to dve imiTcssfully is put
ting money into one's own pursi4. i
rcnuentlv it is inipoHsinle to .get
trimmings to match n gown, hut if
one knows how to ike Miey are won
ohthircd. Hero are n few hints to
First test the similes nwl you will
soon lenrn thnt it takes Irs live for
billons ntiil line mnterinls limit it
does for cotton nntl other thick
goods. Before the mnterinls arc
dipped they should first be placed hi
wi'ter nml wrung out. If n siniiH
liere of soda is dissolved in the wa
ter in which the rive is mixed it wil
irevent streaks and putt hines.
Hillerent similes are made by coin
bining twi or more common rolor
Salmon pink is miidc hy milling
little (Team color to pink. A riih
dark (oral, so fashionable now. i.
made hy adding brown to the p 'lk
rurmioii( is obtained when n ver
little pnle green is milled to pd
blue. A heautifiil golden brown re
sults when yellow is mived wi'b
brown. To obtain peacock gre.m von
must add a touch of pile bine to
apple green, while the pr'lv mn
green is mnde hy adding a vrv little
rich black to dark green. Ilcbotrniio
will come when blue s ad b-d to pink.
The S'nlmis', (gazing though' ful
ly on palm of s' range gentleman)
I enn see that you are a suburban
ite. Suburbanite How in tho world
enn you tell that ?
Tiio l'almis' -Hv the corns.
The Palmist Yes. You linvr
been using the rake so miu'h you
have corns in your palms.
' HOW TO BUY FURNI8HING8.
If you had to furnish a home, but
hod very little means, what would
van buy first? This is a problem
that mnny young women have hnri
to solve nml that will have to be
solved in the future by .nnny more.
Tj'o best thing to do is to buy only
noVosHiiry articles nt first nnd to buy
furnishings of good qunlity. It is
fnr hotter to hnve a few good house
hold nrticles, and the 'ouch of n
woman's linnri over all tlinn to have
n house full of cheap things thnt
only "make n show." Huy slowlv
! tvIJ. ' IB 'lit '--:--4:'- '.,;t
r)imtH in nie lonu run. unapt
; iuiiii!-ii iwi uniaijc nrnuujuinont IF
HAAKON CARRIED THE B30T!
Pretty Little 8tory About tt'c Ver
Democratic King and Queen
A pretty little anecilo'e eo
from riirisriania. If seems tint'
ipiiet, tnilor-mnile little Indy, w;!
hnir of gold, went into one of th
shops one day nnd liought a pair of
'loots. The faleswomnn duly naked
"You need no deliver ilin," 'lie
little Indv re'died. 'Mint hnv 'lum
wrnpped. if vnu please. My l-iubitit l
will trrct me hero and he will carry
And h n inomenl his ma 'pat v,
tnlwirt Kiier tliinknn. enmo in, took
lie (pieen'4 pirel. and tliev Wftlkcll
out i one4 In r as if limy had novor
heard of the i rowi of Norway.
They are a lr ..pv-lonklng pnir
t.'tieen Matnl. who confesses nn in
ord'nn'e h:islifuhi("s. perhaps tho
mni tmevpec'id thing pnih!p In
one reared in the ntmopliero of the
ICn'.dish co'irf. and the voung kin?,
who is more lkr the nresi lent of tho
ru'ic democracy than n crowned
momireli. o at one is lie with tlio
people. 1 1 a rper's Ilazn r.
Miss Futelites Don't you think
she's n wonderful actress?
Mr. Hnrnes Tormer Sure. Why,
she has been on the stage for 20
years and hasn't had a divorce yet.
THE NEW FORCE, NITROGEN.
Word comes from lonrion thnt
the world is soon to lie propelled by
nitrogen instead of steam and elec
tricity. It is claimed the promoter
tins been granted a mnster patent
for tho production of nitrogen pow
er nnd hnrncssing it ns a driving
force, S'ifiO.tlOO lieing nlready sub
scribed by London financiers to stnrt
n capitnf fund of $1,000,000. Tho
scheme appears to lie the compres
sion of nitrogen gas in cylinders at
a pressure of 3,000 pounds to tho
sounre inch. There is nn ending
supply of tho gas furnished by even'
smoking chimney, but lord Vo
tagu publishes the pertinent co4i
mont that the weight of 'he cylin
ders nlone may mnko the sv'oin pro
hibitive for motor car and othor
forms of propulsion.
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