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List of letters remaining in the Post Office over 30 days on June 1st, 1910. If not called for on or before July 1st, 1910, will be sent to Dead Letter of fice, Washington, D. C. Letters. W. F. Hay Miss Ethel Smith Post Cards. Miss Maggie Latimer Teria Jones When calling for any of above, please Btty "advertised." CLAUDE! J; MARBUT, P", M. C. II. Allen and family are moving out to their claim this week, and the ranch property will again be vacant. J. G. Greaves was in town again Wednesday, and reports he has a big crop planted. Mrs.. J. II. King, of Judson, has returned from her visit in Oklahoma. The Methodist meeting which was in progress at Union School house, conducted by Rev. Sheld on, of Elida, and Rev. William Beauchamp, of Kenna, closed Tuesday night of this week. There were a number of con verts, and a baptising will taki place at the Willie Pounds place next Sunday, at 3, p. m. Miss Edna Crume, who it court stenographer . at Claudell Oklahoma, is expected home ir a few days, to spend a vacatior. visiting her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. T. P. Crume. S. W. Combs and his son B W. Combs, of Nevada, Mo., ar rived here Tuesday evening anc are visiting their old friends and neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Jame Spillman and family. They have traveled over a big lot of coun try since they left home anc this looks the best to them oi anything they have seen. It u very probable tney will locatt here " shortly. T Mr. Combs it greatly impressed with . this country as a stock raising prop osition, and says "it looks gooc to him to see fat cattle roam ing the ranges, and to note th fact that "mud" is something wt don't have to wade through, f matter which appeals strongl to the Missourian, who has nev er known anything but mud mud, mud. Many of our citizens are still pelting each other with mu balls. Oh, Kenna, Kenna, Ken na; how oft might ye be gath ered together as a hen either eth her chickens under her wings, but ye would not! Col. W. P. Littlefield camr down last Sunday even'ng fron his ranch near Kenna, and wil' spend a few day3 with his far ily in this city. The Colon0 is interested in the L. F. D ranch. Register-Tribure. Harvey Fry, our ex-te'ephonr man, who has been work'ng a' Roswell for some time, return ed Sunday and has gore out t' look after cropping on his claim Mrs. Overstreet and a .".art of her family went to Roswe'l Mon day evening, and the rest wen1 Tiiesday, all expecting to be gone until sometime in tcs fall Clarence Northcutt has beer on the sick list this wre'e. Nr was attending the meet'n? ou at the Union School Inure and took sick on the way hr.no. The singing convention which is to be held at Kenna w;ll takij place on the 25th and 23! h of this month. All the cVeqateu arc requested to be present on the 25th, at which time the busi ness of the association will be transacted. Dinner on the grounds. MONEY ! q For Us and for You! $ B Don't go "half naked" when you can buy ; Clothing: & Dry Goods $ h AT COST. ; K CASH never talked louder at OUR Store ! 0 than it does RIGHT NOW. We "Need the h b ft We are sure UP AGAINST IT and MUST 8h ave the "Rhino Felerio." And we're go- 0 ing to get it, sure as you're born. Invest!- I! gate QUICK if you want : 8 0 if Boot pnr! hne .Making. I wish to cull trie titroin, to the fact that that I am fully equipped and prepared to make . . . BOOTS and SnES to ORDER. also do nil kinild cf Icp:wr m-k. Have had' 30 years experience and have nil tb laterl improcd machinery to do perfect work, and will giiai-fn1 to please you. Will be at G. J. PRICK'S Store on hiuuntuys, an 1 you can lelivej.vour work there anytime diirimr le week I'.. .. Resp., A. H.BUCHHCL2, shoe Make r. P. T. Bell, Ward Hine and Charley Bell left overland Tues day for -the Hondo to enjoy season of camp life, fishing nd picnicing. They expected to be gone about 10 days. Mrs. John Cadenhead is aga;n 3ick, with her old trouble, and will go back to her old home in Texas soon, to recuperate. John will remain and look after hi? crops, and this fall expects U commute on his claim. J. F. Brodgen, accompan;ec' by his sister, went to Hereford Sunday and took his childrer. to visit with their grandparent!-. Miss Brogdon will also visit fot a time at Hereford. Base ball game Saturday, to- l orrow, at Kenna between hon": team and the Ingram boys. Th. games last Saturday at Boa was won by Kenna, 14 to 9 and 12 to 2. C. J. Green, of Rock Valley, came through overland from Arnarillo last Saturday enrout for his claim. He had beer isiting his son, C. J. Green, Jr. ".ho is in the auditor's office a! Arnarillo. He made this office quite a visit while in Kenna, anc jlso subscribed for the Record Mr. Green has had considerabl experience as a newspaper cor respondent and feels in his ele Tent around a print shop. John Kimmons, who has an nounced as a candidate for County Commissioner, is down ii the Valley this week, look'na lfter his political interests. He 'eft for .Roswell Monday even ing. Beatrice Cooper is stayin? with John's wife during his nl- Dave Howell and Ab Mc - uowell made a business visit to)pe0ple pay for taxes?" Elida one day this week. It is somewhat out of their range, but they found their way there arid back without a guide ju.t the same. . . arsrains. ' h ' 3 7&i A new . boy is the attraction this week at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. V D. Chauricey of enna. He arrived .Tuesday night, and has not yet' met his father, as Mr. Chaiincey, Sr., is away taking the census in the southern part of the county. Rock Valley was represented in Kenna Tuesday by Prior Ba ker, H. W. Colvard and George Overly, all welcome visitors at all times. Mr. Colvard talks some of moving to town after he gets his crops all planted. Harry Gocdin, our- station agent, is a lone widdy this week. His wife left him Tuesday. She may come back if Harry gets too lonely. Quite a number of our settlers will make proof on their claims now within the next cpuple o weeks. It's the wet weather we dor.'t have that is giving people the rheumatism. If it don't rain and soak us up pretty soort we" all fall to staves. The shower we had in Kenn a couple of weeks ago startc the grass some, and cows can be milked now without priming them. But we'll have to b.ivc more moisture soon or the grnss will again quit business. $100 Reward, $100. The Traders of thl paper will be pleased to leant that there Is at least one dreaded disease thut aeieuce Itiui becu able to euro la all lu Btauea, and that la Catarrh. Hull's Catnrro Cure is the- only positive cure now knu.vn to the mcOtcat fraternity. Catarrh bcltiR a constitutional dlsea.se, requires a constitu tional treatment. Ilall'a Cutarrh Cure Is taken In tenmlly, art in rtlreetly upou the blood and mueoua surfaces of the ay mem, thereby destroying the fmnJatlon of the dWtise, and giving the patient tlrt'imtli by building up the constitution mud iwbist lii'i nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative power that they offer One Hundred IoUara fur any raae that It latin to cure. Se :d for list of teatiiuuuiuls Address F. J. C UK NICY & CO.. Toledo. O. Hold by all lru n'istB. 7c. 'lake lUU i l aiiiily lUi f;r coi'-Mpation. "Paw wVint thpv Hn with all the money they make the "Tommy, my son, at last you have asked me a question I can't answer. There are limi tations to your father's know ledge." Chicago Tribune. Boaz, June 14, 1910. Fred Moore will start for Claremolid, Cal. tomorrow. lie will go th-.re to see If ir, will improve his health ; and also to visit his son Alex, who wtnt there last autumn. Word came to us that Mr. and Mrs. Will Parker, of Clov's. arc the proud parents of a daughter They are both well and favor ably known here. Mr.;. Parker was formerly Miss Pearl Wil liams. Mis. Donna Co :; cr. ft ';V Vista, l'ti-. ana i ni'1 v. ;tr.c in Sunday to spend a few days with her brother W. K. McCor- mick. Little Roy McCormick died this morning, after a two weeks illness of cholera infan turn. This is the second deatl in the family within a month both being the twin babies. The; have the sympathy of a larg circle of friends. C. J. Acre was up and spen' Sunday with his family here. Mrs. Emma Lee went to Ken na Friday to visit with her so' H. II. Goodin and family. R. M. Dunn is drilling a we' for W. L. L. Parker. Mrs. Ophelia Phenix, who ha been visiting with her parent Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hinshav has left for her home at L Lande, N. M. Mrs. J. D. Hearn has returr ed from a visit at Roswell. . Mrs. J. N. S. Webb who ha been at Chilicothe, Texas fo some time, returned home Satu' day. Elmer Carrell, employed ar mail weigher oh the train, h? been here to see after plantin his crop. T. H. Zimmerman has left t find work in the irrigated di' trict. Thomas Hill is carryin the mail in his absence. A. M. Hill went to Roswe Sunday morning to work in th hay field. Mr. W. C. Eaton in charge of the blacksmit" shop, and if you don't believe Y is a success, just bring yor work and see. H. E. Frasher, wife and T. Williams have gone "to Texa for a few weeks visit with re' atives. LeRoy Pattillo is helping P E. L. Smith drill, near Roswel Mrs. Lucy Smith has bee sick for a few days, but is bettei better. Temperature. Mean maximum, 83. Mear. minimum, 47.5. Mean, 67. Max imum, 96; date, 10. Minimum, 32; date, 23. Greatest daily range, 49. Precipitation. Total 28 inches. Greatest in 24 hours, .16; date, 19th. Snow. Total fall, none inches; on ?round 15th, none inches; at end of month, none inches. I Number of Days. i I With .01 inch or more pre cipitation, 3. Clear, 3; partly cloudy, 2; cloudy, 26. D. C. Savage, Cooperative Ob server. Po?t-Office Address, Boaz, N. M. "Why do you consider womer superior to men in intelligence?" "A bald-headed man buys hair restorer by the quart, doesn't he?" "Er yes." "Well, a woman doesn't waste time on a hair restorer, she buy hair." San Jose Palladium. r.L. ROBEREO.I The Barber Noirrii si;)1:-- Laundry, of Amaril.'i Tkii Agent the .iiulle Str:i.u Phon. rj0l 13 H. THOMAS, LI. D. r Minan a. ourreon, . KEN r'A. NEW .MEXICO : Cns Promptly Answered. CONTEST NOTICE. 7878. Department of thn Interior, United .tares Land Office, Roaweil New Mex co, April 19, 1910. A giiffidcnt ronrcst nffi.l-.ivit havlnir jeen filed In u,n offlre lv .In'm h: .-loach, of Elida, New Mexico, contes tant, against Homestead entry. No. juuj. maae a a loth., mo.', inr an. 3EV4. Section 19. and XL'. Ron. Hon 30, Township 4 S., Kanse 27 E.. uy iiowen c r ltts, Uoatcutee. in whlcli .t 1b alleged under date of Anril 4th. 1910 that said Howell C. Pi!t3 has never established resIJenco cn said land, has wholly abandoned same ana as Bjen absent therefrom for a pericil ;f more than six inor.ths next prececl. g December 1st., 1901;; that he 1.4 till In default In ti c matter cf e& ablishment of resluentc ou said land r hat he has not resided upon said land lor cultivated same nor any part there of as required by law, That said alleged absence from sai t '.md was not duo to his employment i k he Army, Navy, or .Ma vine Corps c t he United States in any capacity i ime of war. and this the- eaid con estant i3 ready to prove at such Urn i nd place as may b.? i sr:ied by th I leglsttr and Receiver for a hearln ; n said case. Said paui' s are heret lotified to appear, respond and offi evidence touching s.aid allegation i 10 o'clock a. m., on June 20, 1910, b fore C. E. Hall, V. S Commlsslone . at his office in Elida, N. M., and th : final hearing wil lbe held'at 9 o'cloc 1 a. m., on June COth, 1910, before th i Register and Receiver at the Unlto I Hates Land Office in Roswell, Npa Mexico. The said contestant havieg, in l iroper affidavit filed May 7, 1910, S' I "orth facts which show t'.'.at p.fter duj diligence personal service of thi3 no tice cannot be made, it is hereby ordei d r.nd directed that Euch notlcu hi Ivcn by dus and prtrier .'.ib!ication. T. C. TII.LOTSON", May 13-June 3. Register. w. o. w. Meets every 2nd and Jtli Sai- iii'dav e veninsrs in ci-ii nior, i,. All membeis aro e.xi'odt d t-i come nut. And ;tl! visitin-' S veif igns are cordially invited. J. F. Bi-nploi;, (nit. i-oin. J. A. Kiinntoiis, clerk T. Cowgill, U.S. COMMISSIONER and NOTARY PUBLIC All business c.i:oft:l!y ai I .mnil.tly atttinl.'d (o. Drop; i .nd wm! me. Always ;;h'.d i meet friends, and it i ;t pU'.msu 0 co givo you aiiy iniuniiiitio i within my knowli dc OOice at homo, Printing 011i c luiiiuing, Kenna, N. TT. David L. Cover. All Kindt of Busiiu-ss l".vforc I'. S. Land OHiie Piomptly AiUmlcd to. 4)t 4. 4i 4 )i .( i', . 44 4. Filing Papers, Ap lii:.tio:u to A incnJ, Leaves of Al sciu-, in-, etc Carefully and Accuiaicly 111 i-.le on. 4. 41 , . 4, ,j. ,,i . .j. ij. .j. I'cir More Than Nine Ycarii Re ceiver U. S. L:nnl cJlr.ce. OfTicc: West ir.A Sveet. SI Roswell, N.A1 1 Subscrib-j fur Tin: Kk.nna Kcord.