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Homestead Entry No 11765
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, Land Office
ai Clayton, is. rl., Nov., 21, 1907.
Notice is hcrebv iivsn th.it InrriRR I'lnn
eiy, of Tucumcari, N. M. has filed notice
of his intention to make final commutation
proof in support of his claim, viz:
Homestead Entry No. 1 1765, mado Oct.,
1, igoo, lor tno sown isast yuarter Sec
tion 11, Townshio 10N. Rancm 10K. nnr
that said proof will be made before K. P.
Donohoo, Probate Clerk at his office in
Tucumcari. N. M.. on lan.. 8. tons.
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He names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon, and
cultivation 01, tno land, viz:
Harry Eades, Fred Smead, Etta Eades,
j. u. listie, an ot rucumcari, N. IN.
11-30-8-Gt Edward VV. Fox, Register
Department of the Interior, United States
t,ana umce, uiayton, N, M.
Clayton. Now Mexico.
November 16. 1007.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
ueen iiica in tnis otlice by Gifl Stapp
contestant, against homestead
entry No- 9G10, made August 13, 1906,
for nw4 Sec 26 Twp 6n range 36c by
Robert W Edwards, Contestee, in which
it is alieged "that Robert W Edwards has
wholly failed to at any time establis his
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aciuai ana oom-nae residence upon said
tract: that said tract has hnnn
abandoned for a period of more than six
montns next prior to the initiation of this
contest; that said tract has never been set
tled upon, improved and cultivated by said
pariy as required oy law, it being now in
its original wild state; that said defaults
nave not oeen cured, that said alleged ab
seuce irom tne said land was not due to
his employment in the armv. nnw nr mu.
rine corps of the United States in time of
war m any capacity.
Said parties are hercbv notified tn .in
pear, respond and offer evidence tnnnhinu
said allegation at ten o'clock a m on Janu
ary 31 1908 Detore ti R Putnam U S
Court Commissioner at his olU en in Tnxm
Si M and that final hearing will be held at
ted o'clock a m on February 7 igo8 before
theiRegistor and Receiver at the United
States Land Office in Clavtnn New Mim
The said Contestant, h.ivi nff in n nrnnnr
aumavu niea November io, 1907, set forth
facts Which show that, after due dillirrenrn
personal service of this notice can not be
I . . t .
maae, 11 is nereoy ordered and directed
that'such notice be riven bv due and nrmwr
1 1-23 7-Gt Edward V Fox, Register.
Department nf thn Ininrinr lTr.;Q.l
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States Land Office, Claytpn New Mexico,
November 22, 1907.
A sufficient contest affidavit h.ivimr hHn
filed in this office by Albert B. Capps con
testant against Homestead Entry No. 3807
made June 18, 1902 for SW4 Sec 10 Twp
8n ranee toe bv Nanoleon 13 Icro. conte.?teo
in which it is alleged under date of Janu
ary 3, 1907 that said Napoleon B Igo has
wholly abandoned said tract: that he hat:
changed his resideuce therefrom for more
than six months next prior to the date of
said affidavit; that he has not settled upon
and cultivated said tract as rcmiired hv
law; and that said alleged absence was
not aue to nis ompioymeut in the army,
navv or marine corns of the United States
as a private soldier, officer, seaman or
marine during tne war with Spain or dur
ing any other war in which the United
States may be engaged.
Said parties are hereby notified to a p
pear. respond and offer evidence touching
said allegation at ten o'clock a. m. on Jan
uary 24 1908 before R. L. Patterson, Pro
bate Judge of Quay county N M at his
office in Tucumcari New Mexico, and that
final hearing will be hold at ten o'clock a.
m. on January a 1908 bofore the Register
and Receiver at the United States Land
Office in Clayton, New Mexico.
The said contestant havinp. in a nrnnnr
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affidavit filed November 22 1907, set forth
facts which show that after due dillicennn
personal service of this notice can not bo
made, it is hereby ordered and directed
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ia-7-g-flt Edward W. Fox, Rogiiter.
Department of the Interior United
States Land Office, Clayton N. M.
Nov., 18, 1907.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Susannah Mulvania
contestant, against Home2tead Entry No.
4261, made December 22, 1902, for Nei
Section n, Township 10N, Range 34E by
Justin VV. Preston, Jr. Contustae, in which
it is alleged under dato of February as
1907, '.'that said party never mads any
improvements on said land: that he has
wholly abandoned said tract; that he has
changed his residence therefrom for more
than six months since making said entry
that said tract is not settled upon and not
cultivated by said party as required by
law, and that said alleged absence from
the said land was not due to his employ
ment in the Army, Nary, or Marine
Corps of the United States as a privata
soldier, officer, seaman or marine during
the war with Spain or any other war in
which the United States may be engaged
Said parties are hereby notified to appear
respond, and offer evidence touching such
allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on January
17, 1908, before N. V. GalJegos, U. S.
Court Commissioner at his offlc n
.Tucumcari, N. M. and that finsl hear
ing to be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on Jan
uary 24, 1908, before) the Register and
Receiver at the United States Land office
in Clayton, N. M.
The said Contestant having, in a proper
affidavit, filed November x8, 1907, set
forth facts which show that after due dili
gence personal service of this notica can
not be made, it is hereby ordered and di
rected that Altch nntir U L.. ,4... 1
u-30.8-6t Edward VV. Fox, Register.
Homestead Entry No. 9484.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Tntnri nr. T anil nKn.
at Clayton, N. M Nov., 22, igoj.
Notice 13 hereby given that Aaron Sharp
of Endee, N. M., has filed notice of his in
tention to make final commutation proof
in support of his claim, viz:
Homestead. Entrv No.
8, 1906, for the S2 Se4 of Section 35, Twp
TlM Ttrtnrtm oAT? tk.. J t Vn
1 0"-i nuu lUKI SilIU JrOOX Will
bo made befora Rnrrr T? TJr!ornts n
o ..vugsvuan, j
S. Comraisssioner, at his office in Endee,
N. M,, on January 3, 1908.
He names the fnllnwincr oritn
Prove lllS COntinumin mirlKnrn imnn il
cultivation of, the land, viz:
Ernest Wheeler, Claud Fallwoll, w. F.
Phipps, John H. Rowe, all of Endee,
u-3o-8-6t Edward W. Fox, Register.
Homestead Entry no 8357.
Notice for Ftiblicfetien
Denartmont. nf t.hn Tnfnrim.
U. S. Land Office, at Clayton, n. M
vuu. XJ, itfUl,
Notice is herehv clvn f,hf. TTnuru
Tovvnsend, of San Jon, n m, has filed
notice of his intention matrn Hnui
commutation proof In support of his
v.u., ..... uuiuwusau auuijr iiu. Oiu j
made May 0. 190(1. for f.h noi
f 1 - waaw w Ari W
twp lOn range 30e, and that said proof
will be made beforo Eugene E.
Hedirecoke. IJ S CnmmiiHlnnAf mt.uta
ottice in Endee, n in, on January 28,
he names the following witnesses
to Drove his eonr.ln nona Tali
on and cultivation of the land. viz.
W. J. Pittman, Luther Colyar, C.
M. Swan. John MoTueruo. all of Snn
Jon, n 111.
13-21 Edward W. For. Rrlsfcr.
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Homestead Entry No. 8704.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Donitrtment of fcho TntatJnr. T.nnr)
Oniceat Clayton. N. M., Dec. 13, 1907
wolico is nereoy given mat Vf 111 lam
u. uuumuut), ui uuviuu. xexus, nan.
iled notice of his intention to make
tinal live vour nroof in Rimnnrh nf hia
claim, viz: Homestead ontry no. 8704
mado June 10, lOoO, for the w2 ne4
and w2 sc4 sec 25 twp 7n range 30o.
and that said proof will bo made be-
1010 Eugene m, liedgecoko, U. S
Comraissionor, at his offlco in Endee,'
n m, on January 28, 1008.
ne names ine roiiowing witnesses to
)rOVO hisCOntilllintIR rnslrlnncn tinnri
and cultivation of the land, viz:
Blld OllOOn. Rt.np.v Ononn llnvinn.
Texas, N. B. Claunch, E. II. Claunch,
liuuuuc, u in.
12-2i Edward W. Fox, Rgitr