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KOTIC'K rOB FUfiLICATIOJ.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Roswell, N. M.
Sept 13. ign. Notice is
hereby give that William E. Veazey,of
Jenkins, N.M. who, on Au. 4, 191,
made add H. E, No. 049149, for
Lots 3. & 4, StfNWtf, WjiSW
Ssetion 3, WJiSEV. Section iR,
Township 9-S, Rang'! 35 E, N.M. 1
Meridian, has filed notice of intention,
to make final three rear proof, to estab
lish claim ta the land above described,
before William i. Blanc-hard, L'. S.
Commissioner, at Jenkins, N. M. on
the ii), day of Oct 1921.
Clalraaat name as wltnasaes :
. Fletcher Wilson, Joel I). Black,
D. Alonzo Glenn. lake I-. Hebison,
all of Jenkins. N. .l. 816014
Emrartt i'attcr.. Register.
Notice for 1'rMicntion
Department cf the Interior
U. S. Land C:'i-.e at Roswell, N. M.
Sept 2.s, 1921. Notice is hereby
given that Donnie A. Morris, formerly
Dnnnie A. Leu tar, of Milnesand. N.M.
who on July, 24, ij'3, rade H. E. No.
43773i for E,', Sec. 3, NJ, Sec. 10,
Twp. -S, Range 35-E. N.M. P. Meridian
has filed notice of intention to make
.i.ie year proof, to establish claim to
;helaaviabuve described before Wm. R.
hlanchiird, U.S. Commissioner at Jenkins-
N. M. on the 19 day of Oct. 1931.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Albert E. Williamson, Joe C. Ains
warth, B.?a S. Hudspeth, Frank Fails,
all of Milnesand, N. M. a 16 014
K.."iiett Patton. Register.
Potlno I of FaaHeattoal
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Roswell, N,
October 14, 1921. " "
Notice is hereby given that Harry
W. Sonthtrd.of Kenna, N. M., who on
Dec. 19. tgi6, made orig Hd. E., No.
133288, for SW V, Sec. 14, WjiWjj,
Sec. 23, and w ho on March ia, igtr,
made add stock-raising E. 043629, for
KEV, Sei. tj, EtfWtf.Sec. ?3, Town
ship, 7-S, Range 31-E, N. M.
P. Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tionto make final three year proof, ; to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Alvin C. White, L S.
Commissioner, at NW, Sec. Ten T.
6-S, R. 31E, N.M. on the 15 day of
Dec. 1921 .
Clalnsaat aames as witness: 1
William M. Bast, Thomas D. Gouty,
Landon B, Webb, Thomas R. Sonth
ard, all of Kenna, N, M. o23 1125
Emmett Patton. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Roswell, N. M.
Aug, 24, 192 1. Notice is hereby
given that Joel D. P.lack, of Jenkins,
N. M., who, on 'October 3, 1916,
made Hd. E. 035731, for W,
Section 25, Township 9-S,
Range 35-E. N. M. Pv Meridian' has
filed notice ef intention to tnake una!
three year proof, to estabisU claim to
the land above described, before Win.
K. Blanchard, U. S. Commissioner, at
Jenkins, N. M.' on ttic 23, day of Sept.
1921. ' . .
Claimant names as witnesses'.
J. Fletcher Wilson, Jake E. Hebison,
Ben R. Warren. William C. Glenn, all
of Jenkins, N.M. a26 623 :
Emmett Patton. Register.
By Mr. and Mrs. A. C. TfiBt
gMcrta Ftaroarv tik lTvtrt tks
New Mcsioo, Fen Ofict , mc.ss OMm
Mai' Matter. '
Satesor'atnan St;G9 Par Tr Is
AAvartisetBt rates waakaowata avalea ttea
Notfce for Publication ;,
Department ot the Iatsrlor, tr4
U. S. Lund Office at RoswelL N:, W.
Sept 14, ig2i. Notice is hereby
given that Mrs. Novella Ford, of ,Elk
ins, N. M., who. on Nov. 25, 191.
made oris. Hd. E. No. 0385a?, ifr
WtfSE.X, StfSW.V, Sec. 17, SEX,
Sec. 18, T. fi-S. R. 2S-E. and Auf.'.iS,
1920, made add., H. E. No. 046385, for
StfNE.V, NiSEX, EtfSWX, Lots
Si 7, Sec 6, Township 8-S, '. Range
28E. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed uotice
of intention id make final three year
Proof, to establish claim to the ' J.nd
above described, before Dan C Savage,
U. S. Commissioner at Roswell, N.M.
on the 19 day ot ('Oct, ig2i :
Claimant names as witnesses!
Popular Japanese Amusement.
Wa of tha. western ww-ld "loop ttie
loop" and "shoot the chutes" In our
ntnupenipnt parks; bnt In Jnpan ths
people fndnlge In more gfntle forms
ot amusemeur. ' One of their inoHt
Uirllltng rides Is across Tokyo hay in
an aerial railway.
The cars hang on stout cnbles that
are stretched across the hay and tbey
are operstwl by a meturmsn who
stands In front. The csrs are umde
so (hat they will float, In case of acci
dent. Popular Science Monthly.
Champion lg 8tate.' r
It -way be surprising to many east
erners to learn from the census that
Iowa Is thfl champion pig state, With a
count of l!H.304. The second lo rank,
Ultnols, falls to around 4,000,000, while
the 3.000.000 class Includes only Mis
souri, Indiana,' Nebraska sad Ohio.
Kansas, which used to boast of Its
great droves, now has fewer than 2,
000,000, a drop since 1010 from 3,000,
00O. The- Sunflower fanners have re
cently been going In strong for wheit
r oats, In preference to corn, th greit
pig food.-1 Providence Journal. f
GIVES SCHOOLS 10
First Farm School in Italy Sup
ported, by American Boys
O. Lee Wright, Lewis N. Todd, rail of
Elkins, N. M. si6 014 ;
Emmett Patton, Register.
ODTED Jill HUE
PLEA FOB RED
That the American Red Cross Is a
zation Is evident from the many loi
ters received In Washington' recently
John F. Van Eaton, Fred J. SturmaD,4 from men of national nnd InternutlonaJ
M. W . Hodges
RANGE CATTLE aod SJIEEf
RoUce for PnMIeatlon.
Department of the Interior
V. S. Land Office at Fork Sumner, N.
M. Sept. is, iq2i. Notice is hereby
given that Henry T. Jones, of Olive, N
M. who on October it), 1918, made add.
H.E. 012843, for SEXSEJs, Sec 6,
SEXNE, XEVNEV, SWVNEV, Sec
5. T.4-S. H. J7-E. and on Dee". 23. 1918,
made sdd H. E. 016341, forNSEX,
XHNWX, SWSWV, WNWV,
Section 9, SWH'SW', Section ' 4
Township 4-S. Range st-E.' N. M. P,
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
tomake final three year proof , to estab
lish claim to the land above described
before Alvin C. White, i:. S.Commis
woner, at Kenna, N. M. on the 27 day
01 uot. iriai.
Claimant names a witnesses:
Noy Clayton, Mattie Jones, ttiese of
Olivo, N. M. Ralph M. Maupin,
rJoyaMaupin. thesa of Canton, N.
W. H. McGiil, Roister,
R0gKLL, H. M.
F'aatlolna aoforo all Courts
. Espacial attention to United
ytate Land OfEc proceed-
Off las First National Bank Strfa-
Dr. Chas; A. Staehlin
Optemctrist and Optician ,
EYE GLASSES THAT SATISFY.
Roswell, New Mexico.
It is the
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G. W. ZiNt5,
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New Records Received Onde 1
ffoncB fob rraucATie!.
Di'riartmctit tit thn Tntorlnr
' r T. ,
U. 8. Land Office at Fort ' Sumner,
N. M. Sept. 15, 1931.
Notice is hereby given that Ellsworth
prominence, fongrntulpting the new
Clmlrman of the Ked Cross Central
Committee, Judge John IJnrton 1'nyiie,
on ids appolntnieut to the. head of tlie
orgautrniion. Mesraja-s ww, received
from President Hardlnx, Vice-President
(.'oolldee. General John J. Per
shing, Chief JustU-e of the. Cnltwl
States William Howard Taft, St-cretary
of (Stnte Charles E. "Ilujthes. JII
'.inlnence Cardinal Dougherty, th
Surtcou CJeneral of the Army .tiennral
M. W. Irelund, Secretary Denhy of the
Navy, from 'Bishop Wllllnm V. Mc
Dowell of the Methodlut Episcopal
Church, the pollKh Minister, v Prince
Cuslmer Luhomlrskl, His Kmirience
'ft'iirdliiftl O'Conwll, Secretary tof fom-
merce Herbert Hoover, lognt uevererm
Bishop Daniel 8. Tuttk ProHldlng
Bishop of the Episcopal Church In
America, Kathleen Booth of the Sal
vation Army, ' Secretary of Labor
James A. Davis, Secretary Andrew VV.,
Mellon of the Treasury, Iiabbl Stephen
r. Wtsu of New York, and from others
of equal' note. Letters from Cardinal
Dougherty and O'Connell follow;
' "His Excellency, file President of the
United States, having declared by
' proclamation that the Annual Member
I ship Roll Call of the American Red
Cross shall bettln on Armistice Dny
fend continue until November ,24th. I
deem' It a duty te exhort all our cltl
Ettns to enroll themselves In this ad
mirable organization, which, for ninny
years past, and especially during the
World War, has rendered to rilanktnd
such noble services and benefaction.
"In times of peace. It has fonie to
the rescue of the victims of pestilence,
famine, fire, floods', and other -groat
calamities ; and It strives to devise and
carry on measures for preventing the
causes of suffering. .
' "In war, It has been a .medium of
communication ptween the American
people-and their Army and Navy; and
It has cared for the sick and wounded
throughout th "world, .Irrespective f
race and creed.
"I bespeak for 1t a wide Member-
MP. . ' ' ' :
D. CARD. DOUGHERTY,
Archbishop of Philadelphia.
"The American Red Cross Is an or
ganization of which our country Is
Justly proud. It Is dedicated to a nsbla
purpose, the alleviation of suffering
maplind, and the story of Its Achieve
ment speaks for Itself.
"In order that lids organization may
continue faithful service and bring( as
sistance Ut sufferlngumanty In, tW
variouscrlses which arise from time
to Mint, It needs constant encourage
ment and .support. 1
"It hss ever been tiie Just and proud
toast of America '.that she has never
been wanting In generositty In any
need, and I am confident that Anierl
oan citizens will not fall to respond
as they have In the past to help the
The Junior American Rod Cross Is
responsible for the pioneer foreign
school of Italy. This school Is locat
ed In tlm province of Uinbrla, not very
fnr from Rome, and Is houfied In a his
toric building consecrated In ancient
times by St. l'rancis fl'Asslzi. In this
Kchool Ituly Is trying Its first exierl
ment In student government: as a
means or training die children of that
nation In the duties and responsibili
ties of cltint-'liship. The success Is
not yet assured, but the exiierlineut
Is-Httrnctlng nation wide Interest and.
has brought much renown to the Jun
ior Red Cross of America.
When the army of Austria
over-ran Italy In the fall of 1917, many
school teachers nd to the South with
their pupils. One of these, who Jad
taught lu a boys' school and had man
aged to bring his entire class through
'to safety,' planned the farm ' schoul,
which Is known , as' the Collestrada
School. Officials of the American Red
Cross ulded lu the selection of th site,
a. huge, well-proportioned old hospital,
where, years ago St. 'Francis d'Asslzl
used to visit the sick. The Junior Red
Cross of America provided the menus
for supporting these .Itullan children
who were orphaned iy v-ar, ' and "In
recognition of this fuct nn Inscription
was placed over the rlpor as follows: ,
"The Junlof American lted Cross re-
stored i his historic building,: conse
crated In ancient 'time's by St. I'rimcis,
and It Is now the'1 home of the Italian
children orphaned during the' vjar.":
The hoys In this farm' scliool ' ttlt
work together for thu common good.
They anuortioii the work nmoiiu' thciu-
selves, have u school president", whom
they elect by popular vote, and hnv
a regular disciplinary code,viind a
board of discipline, members of which
are appointed by tiie school as a whole.
This board decides the punishment to
be given offenders against the school's
laws. '. " ' "
With the old of their teacher In
mathematics, the boy farmers keep
their own accounts. ' Under the gu'.d
Jince of .their vt her t.eaehePi.UPy,.rultl
vate the school's lands rulse clilckens,
turkeys, rabbits -and bees, .arid with
the surplus of the proceeds of their
farms they support other orphans like
themselves who wish' to Join the col
There now ore fifty boys 1 1n the
school, and other schools In Ituly are
trying out in a more or less complete
way the co-operative system In use In
the Collestrada School.
TEACHING PUBLIC TO PROTECT,
ITSELF FROM ACCIDENT
The American Red Cross Is engaged
at present on a' campaign to teach
accident prevention and flrst-nld-to-the
Injured, to the men, women and chil
dren in the United States, with the
Idea of making ' ever individual his
own first-aid agency hi case ot emer
gency, and to create vblunteer forces
of men qualified for such duty, in casa
of war, If war should coins' aguln to
this counjry. . ;.,
Classes In swimming and wafer life
snvjng methods have, been nrgaiilzed
wherever Chapters are near enough to
bodies of water of sufficient size to
permit such classes. In linJustr'nl
communities Industrial first-aid and
life-saving Is taught In factories n:id
In community centers. Good results
hw been, obtained everywhere thus
far, although the work still Is wore or
leess In Its Infancy. This Is one of the
Interesting lines ot activity followed In
the community center, Work of the Red
Answer "present" during the Fifth
Annual Red Cross Roll Call, Arralstlea
Day to Thanksgiving Eve.
TEXAS RED CROSS WORKER
AIDS THE MEXICANS
W. CARD. COONNBI.L.''
C HnlmM nf Kii,i. n m v. Red Cross to continue Its sinistra-
May &, ,9,8, made add.. H. E. No. . to tl1 anfortuaata and sufferlnr
0x6006. for SSVK' See. 1. T. I iminaai
3-S, R. 30-E, WK.Sec. , SEXSEX,
Section 21, NEJtfNEX, Section a8,
Townhip-5.S, Rantt ao-Ei, N. M. KANSAS JUXIORS DOINQ '
P. Meridian, has fifed .otica af . BIO COMMUNITY WORK
menuon 10 uiaaa ntui Utrc roar
proof, to establish claim, the
and above described, fcofor Alvia C.
White, U. S. Commissioner, at Kenna,
N.M. on the 27, day of Oct. 19'ai, 1
Claimant name as w'tntasea:
Orien N. Miller Floyd G. Holmrs, I
Waltei A. B-adley, Fred Hawkins, all 1
of Elida, N. M. 3 031 . I
. W. R. McGiil, Register 1
The Junior Red Cross of Republic
County, Kansas, has been, especially
active duritig the last year In organ
izing classes conducted under the
Junior plan, such as health word ,n th
school, patriotic program, coujinunlty
play, making of toys and hospital sup
piles, clvie training, making of Easter
cards and equipment, and preparing
hot lunches for school children. .
The American Red Cross has extend
ed Its work beyond the Mexican bor
der, according to Information recently
received at the headquarters of the
Southwestern Division, American Red
Cross, at St. Louis. Nine Mvxlcau
civilian families left destitute In a re
cent cloudburst near Eagle Pass, Ter..
were assisted by - a volunteer Red
Cross worker belonging to the Eagle
Pass Red Cross Chapter. This volun
teer worker was able, through her In
ttniute knowledge of Spanish to render
material and worthwhile assistance to
many who were In dire need. j
, lted Croa Fifth Annual Roll Call,
I ArmUtle Day te. the ova of TLack.
giving, i ' ;
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