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A dozen Photos, the cheapest
and most acceptable remember
ence for the people at Xmas.
117-119 West 4th. St.
Roswell, N. M.
Pleasing ; Your Head
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and yourBefJ,your w'fe and every bod who looks .
at your hat in an easy job if you bring your head
to u. You'll loak right and have a l.at that will .
look good much longer than the ordinary kind.
us a chance at you HEAD.
- ! ErJ.l Willlama '
Roswell, New fisxic.
W, R. Hope and children who
are moving from Roswell. to
Oklahoma, passed through, Ktn
na, Wednesday afternoon. Mr.
Hope was one of the early set
tlers of Kenr.a, having moved to
Roswell, apout 11 years ago.
Mrs. Hope did abcut a month
ago and was buried in Okla.
W: B. McCombp, W. L. Sears
and Dave Howe,ll ere shipping 5
cars of cattle from here to the
K. C. market toclay.
Lushen Fowell has moved his
family, to Clovis, where he is
running a filling station.
advise Hie parent ami Induce them to
ct on tin; udvlce of tlie school doctor.
She wntctio nvc families In w1i!ci
there are contagious disoasesi sncli as
.vphtlierla, scurlet fever, whooping
rough mid Influenza, ond teaches the
families liow to Isolate the patient so
lo prevent Infection.
She takes care of the mother liefore
he baby arrives and builds" for the
future hv showing the mollier how to
are, for her baby. She gives lnstruc
lon In sanitary living condijlons, and
even at times In question of diet.
She Is the closest point of contact
between the great American Red Cross
und the public.
There Is n known shortage In the
United States today of several thou
sand public health nurses and there
is a greater shortage of hospital and
private nurses. Many chapters.. In, the
Southwestern Pi vision of the Ameri
can Red Cross maintain public health
nurses and conduct work, of a greater
or less scope through the agency of
such a nurse. These chapters an; de
fending upon the membership fees
oinlng in from the nnnual Red Cross
Koll Call to finance their public health
nursing program for the coming year.
The -Koll Call will take place Novem
ber 11th to 24th, according to an
nouncement given out at the local Red
lUgfc for PabUeaMea. P
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Roswell, M
No 24, igai.
Notice ii hereby given that Charlie C.
Layton, of Boaz, N. M, Devisee's un
der the last will and testament of
Elizabstb V. Calhoon, deed,, wbo, on
Eeb. 17, ijao, made add. Hd. E. Not
43969, for NEXi Section, 8,
HWJ4, Section 9, , Township
6-S, Range ao-E, N. M. P. M vid
ian, haa filed notice oM in'entiia to
make., final three year proof, to
establish, claim to the land above describ
ed, before Dan C. Savage, 0. S; Cptn
miisioner, at Roswell, N. M. on the
tSday of Dec iqai. ' -r
ClUwatit aants at witnesses:
Florence B. Clark, Anna L. Clark.
William Horner, Sidney S. Squjrefall
of Baa, N. M. nil da j?,
Emmett Patton. Beg-later.
i Terry W. Brown,' these of Boas, N.
M. John N. S. Webb, of Elida, N.
M.,Mt. Rt. A. ate 014
Emmett Patton, Register.
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1 A PtIALTY. V
J. C. Stuchey has been sperd-
iing the past two weeks on his
homestead and doing some im
Marcus Jones of Roswell, spent
a few days at Wm. Horner's this
I week and enjoyed quail hunting
Dodrill Tire Company does
Guaranteed Vulcanizing and R-.
treading. Satisfaction Guaran-
teed. Roswell. N. M.
J. C. Belcher was a business
visitor from Elida, Monday.
Miss Pearl Bramlett spent
Saturday and Sunday witb home
folks at Portales.
Oa your next trip to Roswell,
don't forget your Xmas Photo's.
!.' - Mahoney Studio,
117-119 Wt 4th. St.
, GC. Layton had the miBfor
tune to lose a fine horte last
W... A. Shira and wif i Jeft last
Thursday on an overland trip to
C. E, Netz and family and
Wm, Horner and family spent
Sunday at Grant Newlin's.
A party of hunters from Clov
is, visited this fection last Mon
Pursuenttto the 1921 tax Laws,
it becomes the duty of the County
Treasure to collect, along with
other taxes a ..three dollar per-J
sonal road tax, this tax is to be
paid. by every male citizen be
tween the ages of twentyohe
and sixty., years unless persons
due to pay said road tax have
work d the reals for a period of
thi ee dt ye. 1
Now in ordes (hat we may
collect this road tax for this year
we, The Board of County Com
missioners, have authorized the
County Treasure to appoint in
each precinct a collector to col-,
lect this rosd tax and turn same
over to the County Treasure,'
jnd for such service the collector
will receive ten per cant of. all
money collected, Appointments
and receipt books wil be sent
. . Signed.
Chas. S. Tolar.
- v ; Chairman,
Board of County Commissioners.
Grant JJewlin has been on the
Miss Eleanor Gardner spent
last Saturdarand Sunday with ick ,ilt the past week
W. A. Fry and Ed Archer have
been transacting busines in
Roswell, this week.
Miss Anna Schram, Mrs. F. L.
Smith and Harry Schram were
up from Roswell, last Saturday
visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F Schram.
PUBLIC HEALTH NURStS
CURE FOR 200,090
: IU THE SOUTHWEST
Workers in Red Cross Chapters
in Seven States Have
Mrs. J. T. Teague and Mrs.
H. E. White and son, Dayton,
were shopping in Elida, Tues
MALNUTRITION IN AMERICA
AMONG RICH AND POOR ALIKE
Only four per cent of the rhililreji In
the plains section In the United Slates
are normiil, according to a survey re
cently tnudu hy the Amerlcim Ued
Cross nnd the United States l'ubllc
Health Service Jointly. . A large per
centage of suhnorinul children nre so
bceuuse of malnutrition. Malnutrition
Is answerable for more Ills In the child
life of America than uny other one
cause, It has been ascertained, and this
condition Is found as frequently unions
the children of the rich as In the fam
ilies of the poor. '
The lied Cross, through Its nutri
tion classes and diet educational work.
la endeavoring to correct the wide
spread condition of under-nourishment
and to lay the foundation for a
healftiler next generation by building na"
up the strength of the children. In
the United Stales there are over 1,0(10
nutrition classes In which more iliun
22,000 children are enrolled. In addi
tion to this there lire 10: classes In
Food Selection wllh over 1,500 stu
dentsf all of whom either are In ad
vanced school grades or nre adults.
Wttn n wortc of this magnitude, with
an effort constantly to Increase its
seniie, the Hed Cross hopes in the next
few jears to tea'ch, American children
what to cut, when toat It, and how
much of It to eat, so that niuler-nour-tKhment
will no longer he a menace to
the health of the nation.
Dr. 63. SB. icGee,
Dffice Odd Fellows Bldg.
Elida. N. M.
50TICE FOB rCBLICATI05.
Department of the Interior v
TJ. S. Land Office at Roswell, N. M ,
Nov. 2r, ifrir. Notice fa
hereby given that T. Eugene Stcckar. 'i
of Boa.N, M. who, on pct aj, igj1,
made add. 14. E. No. 1(36801, fr ;
SWJV.Seci , SEV.Sec 23 Twp.7?, !.
Range 29-E, N. M. P. Meridian ha '
filed notice of intention to make final
three year proof, to eitablla'i claim
to the land aboved described, bafora
Dan C. Savage, U. S. Commisaioo.
ar, at Roswell, N, M. on the t6 day of
Clalaaaat imn n rItftMa:
, Jess Cave, of Elkins, N. M. Robert
l'een:s, Robert Bean, Aura S. Keagy,
these of RosweJ, N. M. mi dg
Eramett Patton. Register.
HOTICB OF PUBL1C1TIOK.
Department of the Interior
U S' Land Office at Fort Sumner,
Sept 28, 1921. Notice ia hereby Bien
that Raymond K. Wallis, of Elida,
N. M.'who on Fe'o 12, 1920, made H.E.
No. 018158, for All Sec 21, Twp. -S,
Rge, 27-E, N.M.P. Meridian, haa iled
notice of intention to make final thraa
year proof, to establish claim to the
,land above described, before Alvin C
White, U. S. Commissioner, at Kch-
N. M. qn the in day of Nov.
Claimant names a witutMe1.
lleiijamin F. Good. jr.. Hanry T.
J.meo. the.e cf Kenna, N. M. Charlaa
1. Kinard. Gaorga Ray, hen of Eti4a,
N. M. 07 4
VV. R. McGill, Register.
SERVING A8 RED CROSS
NURSES IN RUSSIA
Notice for Publication
Department of the interior ?inKetina, Wednesday.
U. S. Land Office at Roawell, N. M. 1 ...
Sept 14, ijai. j
Notice S hereby fiveu that Williaiu- A. i
Shira, of Bom, N. M. who 00 Feb. k
14, 1921, mada add H. E. No. 037164, '
forSKNW, swy, Section 14, -tli-NWtf.Sec.
23, Twp. S.S.Ramje n-K,.
' N, M. P. Meridian, haa fl'e 1 ectine uf
intention to make filial three yr proof
to aatabliah claim to the land above da
If th 14 public health nurses now
orklnu under the emblem of the Red
Crorts In' the Southwestern Division of
the American lied Cross were with
drawn tomorrow, more than 200,000
atck. and Infirm men, wotiten and chll
drea would be left without nursing
Hick Sturmail who, is serving care und advice, according to Miss
in Uncle Sams Narv. ia here via- OUve pman. vuector 01 Mimms
in uncieaams rxayy, is nere yi3 rf the Sou0)weBtern Division or the
King nis iainer ana momer, wr, American Red cross.
and Mrs. J. F. Fturman of 01iv 1 Tlie Public Health Nurse Is one of
tlie most Important officers In tlie
American Red Cross today. Her Job
Is (o help the people to get well nnd to
keep well. She teaches mothers how
to look after their babies and school
children how to avoid Illness and dis
ease. She is found In schools, homes,
Dluygrouuds, .Industrial plants, depart-
Bill Moore and J. C. Hays of went stores, hospitals, and health cen
Elida, were transacting business
C. F. Schram is in Roswell,
this .week serving on the Chares
county grand jury.
W. 11. Randoll. J. T. Abbott
and son, Clyd, motored over to
. m aI a 1
, r.ir. una airs( J.r . i;r.c!Tnfi
visited. Mrs. Majpgrie Scott of
t scribed, before Alvin c. White, u." s Jenkins, last Saturday and Sun
'Commissioner at NVVX, Sac. ten T.Jay The BrocktnOnS and Mr.
oft J!'' " a t9' dfy0f; Scott' were- childhood friends but
uJTJat (an, u wttaa.; ' this was. the first time they had
f1otbc-j B.Clark. Claries c. Layton, ' meet in twenty years.
tera. Her work la In ttie small towns
and in the hie cities, In the rural com
munities and In the lonely mountain
regions of the West. She is wherever
there is need for her service, repard
less of ,race, religion or aoclul condition-"'
Any form, of community work la
which the health' ct tho public Is con
cerned Is her. Sho visits the rich and
'he poor alike Mid teuch-s both the
common sense rules of good health.
She locates tuberculous patients uud
cares for them, pnd at the same time
teaches the fumllles how to prevent
the dtfeaKe from spreading to other
members. She assists la aehool medi
cal luKpvctlon of children and follows
(Wecrtve children Into their homes to
The American Red Cross Commis
sion to western Russin nnd the Baltic
States, which Is under the direction of
Lieutenant Colonel Edward W. Ryan,
Issues a 'monthly bulletin printed In
English, and Riving news of tin work
of the commission. The last number
to reach this country is the September
Issue. In It there Is mention of three
Southwestern Division workers who
had arrived during August. They are
Miss Nell Crouch, of Lawrence,
Kan. ; Miss Hazel M. Drake and Miss
Gladys S. Nicholson, of Kansas City.
They have Joined the' commission as
nurses and bring the total of nurses
on the commission's staff up to twelve.
Ilss Nicholson and Mis Crouch have
been assigned to the Llhetiu District
and. Ml? Drake coes to Knvno.
American Poieonoue Snakes.
There are four poisonous groups of
nakes within the boundaries of the
L'nlted Slates. These are: "the moc
casin, rattler, copperhead and harle
quin. All are easily distinguished by
ihelr laru'e, broad' heads, deep-set
'jlack eyes, small neck, sioul bulky
')ody and short tall. The most dan
gerous of these perhaps Is the nimia
In, for It usually rests on branches
of low trees and shrubs and strikes at
nasslnir victim. However, it will re'
Train from striking unless Irritated
and will give battle only when teased
fori ci ron ruBUCAifo.
" Depai-tnient of the Interior , '
U. S, Land Office at Roswell, N. M.
Nov. 3, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that Mary F.
Booth, of Jenkins, N. M. who, an
May 28, 1920, made add.. H. F. No;
0f?4e, for EM. Section 35, Township
9-S Range 34-E, N. M. P. Meridian, ttaa
filed notice of intention to make final
three year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Wm.
R. Blanctard, U. S. Commissioner, at
Jenkins, N.M. on the 16, day of Dec.
Claimant naaaee aa wltaavM:
Pelham Foreman. Lawrence A. Gray,
L. t). TaTkersley, George W. Watson,
ill of lenkins, N. M. mi d)
Emmett Patton, Register. "
AOTICK FOR PFBLICATWH.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Lnnd Office nt Roswell, N. M.
Sept. 30; I9t-
Notice ia herey given that Edwin N.
Faust, of Kenna, N. M. who, on
M irch 29, iqts, made H. E. 03J513, for
S.Sec 4, Townshij. 7-S. Ranje 31-E,
N. M. V. Meridian, has filed noiice af
infection to make final three year prof ,
to establish claim to the land above
described, oefore Alvin C. White,
V. S. Commissioner at his off.se on
NW V. Sec. i", T. 6-S. K. jr-E. N. M.
V. ,f. on the 7, oi Nw, kjji.
f;Hinnt hba wit.rie:
William A. Mai' owe)!, lck D. Jones,
John A. Kin-m-T, V il'ipm P. Kc
Combs, all of K-anna, N. M. oj 114
Emm ft Patton, Rejister.
Xotlca I PnMIoU .
Departmei of the InV"'
J. S. Land Office nt Rosweil, X. M.
fept., 2t, 1921. Notice
is hereby Kiven that Joseph F. Helms;
of Krtina, N. M. h. on S-pt. "5,
toii. male H.K. No 03.7. for.N'EV,
Sec. 23, K;ty), Sec. 24. Twp. g-S,
Range 32-E, N. M. T. Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
Some One Else's or Some One's Els.
The expressions some one else, any
one else, everyone else, somebody else,
etc., are used cortwtly as substantive
phrases (that Is, used us a noun,
servlns as subject or object, whether
n single word, phrase or clause) and 1 throe year proof, to establish rlsini to
have the possessive Inflection upon the n,e av above dencrioed, ''' re Alv:n
L'. S. Com in is sioner t
else, as some one vises lions;?, home
hold these phrases ns 'elliptical ex
pressions (expressions having part
omitted), as, the house is some one's
else (ihat ts, other limn Hie person
previously mentioned). Therefore,
either some one else's or some one's
et?e Is coiiect. However, ouie 0110
eUe's Is the expression lu eneral us
at the present time.
NWK, t:. 10. 'JVp. 6-S. l'autf.. Ji-E
N I, on the 7 day of Nay. 141.
Claimant nam ltiMH-
Whit Robinaon. Hc'bert E. Fisheri'
tlu te of Caprock, N. M. : V.VsVy W-.
Wilkirihi.11, William J. 'WiiV-ii'san.
these ot Knnua, N. M. j0 ijS
Emmett Paiton, IteTSterJ