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if? . A A. HE KENNA R ECORD VOL. 10. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916. NO. 12. '.W.'.W.'.V.V.V.'.V.W.V. a ...".. CASTLES El SPA!!. $ By IZOLA FORRESTER. W A Y.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VVVV.V.V.V.VY1 ''And what wilt ybu dd with llRrty?''' csked Mrs. Avery. "He could stay where be is. I don't ' want to marry a fireman." "Theip'a a widow's pension goes with i Jess, mind," her mother said soothingly. "And Barty's a fine lad altogether. It's a sight better than watching from that window for Mr tyelguardo to show up again," . v Jess flushed, Mowly leaning her. chin on her hand. It was a pretty chin and It was a pretty hand. She had not lived her life out down in the basement by a long shot. From six to fifteen she bad been in a con vent up the Hudson, and when she gave the girls her address she always, said she lived down In the old Wash-, ington Square studio district, which was quite true; but she did not add that her father was a Janitor. Always they had accused her of building castles in Spain and longing for the things she could never have. It had been a joke for years Jess and her high-flying notions and then out of the blue sky almost there had dropped a real live gentleman from Spain. Antonio Delguajdo, an artist who took the third flood studio, paid his rent in advance and acted like- a grandee. "Before his coming, Jess had gon out for an evening walk with Barry now and then when he was off duty, and had even taken In the theaters with him, or an occasional trip to the beach, but one day when she was sweeping the basement steps Mr. Del gardo had -stopped at the little Iron grill gate to ask it the mail had come, and Jess had told him she would take it up to the studio for him. .. "Ah, no, senorita, not at all," he had declined. "I will myself descend ' for it It Is not for you to come so far, I thank you." The whole world turned a somer sault for, Jess right there and then. Here was one human being who rec opnlzed at a glance that she did not belong to the basement stratum. When the postman whistled, Mr. Delguardo came talsurely down and received his mail, and he bowed to her and smiled. One day she w& directing the vacuum-cleaner man around the house, and came to the studio. She opened Us door delicately and stared. Could the grandee be doing light housekeep ing? There was what seemed to be an alcohol Btove, but of a strange pat " . tern, also some peculiar bowls of dark metal, much burned, and other tilings, including bottles full of liquids like photographic chemicals. All were rather mysterious. And while she stood - irresolute the gentleman from Spain walked In. His eyebrows lifted slight ly at the sight of her. He seemed sur prised more, grieved. Jess was all blushes and anxiety, as she explained. His tone was soothing. "It is nothing, senorita. It was the dazzle of sunlight in my poor studio that bewildered me for the Instant I thank you. I kiss your hand in token." Now Jess bad never had her hand Visaed before, and she went out a queen. When he brought her a gar denia that evening it seemed all part of the new wonder of life, a single gardenia given with such a bow and look. Jess was standing out on the front steps listening to the band over " In the square, and she lifted the flower to her nostrils, Inhaling Us perfume luxuriously after he had goue up. "My, 'tis hot, ain't it, Jess?" said Mrs. Avery, coming heavily up out of the basement for a breath of air. But just at this moment two strange gentlemen paused at the steps and in quired for Mr. Delguardo. "He's not had visitors before," Mrs. Avery speculated. Jess was silent. Vaguely her castle 1n Spain was taking Bhape, and she glided through its black and white marble corridors and watched from its terraces for Senor Delguardo, or ' would they call him Don, she won dered dreamily. It was about three minutes after jfcro ascent of the two callers when there came a smothered explosion from the third floor studio. Some body turned iu a fire alarm at the corner, and It was Uarty's company from gyer pnJJreerchjtrset tfeat responded. Jess stood down" in the hall when he passed by and he stopped just loDg enough to say: "The bulls got Delguardo." Sire bad seen It herself her gran dee with a handcuff on one wrist, puss ing out of the house In custody, lift father was busy telling the police" man about it and she heard. Dsl guardd was a receiver of stolen gold. He melted It up neatly into Ingots In his tidy little llght-housekeepttiii utensils, and his name was not Del guardo. It was "Gulney Jack." Somewhere at her feet lay the far denia. Unconsciously, Jess' arms were" like her mother's when Mrs. Avery was on the offensive akimbo a la County Llmorick. Smoky and dripping, Unfty was thS last to leave, after the. fireman Mad extinguished the blaze Mr. Delguatdii had started by trying to ignite the alcohol and escape In the excitement "How about tho movies tomorrow night, girlie?" he aBked. The castle in Spain became a mir age. It seemed good to strike earth again. Barty's foot crushed the gar denia as he gave her hand a squeeze and followed the rest out, (Copyright, 1MB, by the MeClitro Nwpa per Syndicate.) Notice for Piibllcntion. s Department of the Interior, U. S. I,nnd Office at Hoswell, .. M. A pi. , 1916. Notice is hereby iTiven (tint Motile N. Harrell, of Klklns, N. M.i who, on liee. t llll, fnltde I1E. Serial No.OSBSsJ, for fck, Sec. ID. Tp. 1 S.. R.tttK., N.M.Pi Mertdinni hasflleO noliee of Intention to mllho fliiiil thrCe-rear proof to establish olnim to the land above described, before Dun O. Savage, U. S Commissioner. In his odlce. at Kenna, N. !.. on May S3, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: fri-S-M ford E. Fuller; Sfmncl n. Henn, Oscar rt. Morrison. Thomns 15, Young, ail I'f FWns. U. Myri Farmers Bulletins The 1015 Agricultural Year Book is now ready for distribu tion, and until my allotment is exhausted, will promptly honor requests for copies. I liAve also to,mv credit a large number of Farmers' Bul letins. Many of theso publica tioin contain information that would bo of interest and benefit to the agriculturalists of oor State. I will be glad to mail com ploto lists of these ftuulications to those notifying me of their desire to receive same, and after the lists have been received and a selection of bulletins there from made, on advice, will have the publications promptly for warded. Albert B, Fall, ' United State? Senate, Washington, D. C. NOTICE OF CONTEST. Contest No. 9357. Department of the Interior, U. S. Lund Of Hoe, Roswell, N. M.. April 12, 101(1. To William M. Williamson of Eagle HIU. N M . Contested You are tereby notified that ilajjilb tt. French, who gives Richland, N. M., as his post-office address, did on Feb. f, 1916, file In this office his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your homestead entry. Serial No. 039KU3, Ihhrie Dec. 17. 10M. for SKHXWW. SHNEK. NUSKM. SEUSEH, 8ec. SI; E.'iXEK Section 28, township 7 S.. Itsnge 36 E. N. M. P. Meridian, and aa Kroundafor bis contest he u Ilexes that "Said William M. Williamson has wholly abrlldiinetl said place since date t)f his filing up to present time, making a period of moro than six months last past. That ho has never put any Improve menta on said place," You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken by this timed tls having been CoT.fcSsed by you and your said entry will be canceled thereunder without your further right to be heard therein, either before this office or on appeal, if yon full to tile In this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically meeting and responding to these nlloiiailohBot contest, or if you fail wlthltl that time to file In this office due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the stild contestant either in person or by registered mail. If this ervlee is made by the delivery of a oopy of your answer to the contestant In person, proof of such service must be either tho suid von testant's written acknowledgment of his re eelpt of the copy, showing the date of its receipt, or the aflldnvlt of the person by whom the delivery was made stating when and w here the copy w as delivered: if iiuide by registered mall, proof of auch service must consist of the affidavit of the person by whom I the copy w as mulled stating when and the post oftlce to which It was mulled, and this affidavit must be aoeompanled by the post master's receipt for the letter. You should state In your answer the name of the post' office to which you desire future notices to be soul to you. Emmet t Patton. Register. Date of first publication Aprtftl, I'Ho " ' second " April 80. lUt " " third " M S. 1U " ' fourth " Mey 1. ll A pi. Si-May 19, Emmett: Patton, Register.. S. JiOTITE FOR POLlf ATIOX. fS"tK4 Department of the interior, U. Land Office at Roswell. N. M.. A pi. . 14, iatfl. Notii-e Is hereby given that Nlles W. Harrell. of Elliins, N. M., who on' Sept. 18. 1911, made HE.. Serial, No. 0251H1, for SV.U. Seo, s. Tp. 7 Range in E , N. N. M. P. Meridian, ha filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Dan C. Savage, !U. S. Commis sioner, in his office at Kenna. N. M , on May SS, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Crawford E. Fuller, Samuel R. Henn, Oscar B. Morrison, Thomas R. Yoiihg, all of Klklns. N. M. F.mmctt Patton. Register. A pi. 51-May lffi NOTICE OF COrEST. cu$:i wipntf, Department of the Interior, V, S. Land Office at Roswell. N. M. Apr. 15. 1916. To Lee W. Riggleman of Roswell, New Mex ico, Contestee: You are hereby notified that Frank Myers- coughi who elves Roswell, New Mexico, us his pUst Ufllce hfluHiss. tlm oh Feb. 9i l')!0. file In this office his duly corroborated appli cation to contest and secure the cancellation of your homestead entry Serial No. 01K':' made May 57. 1009, for SHSWK, N!iSW' See. 58; ana NHM; BSC. to. Tp. 6 S.. Range 81 E.. K. M. P. Merldn, and as rotlh1a fdr his contest he alleges that said cntrvman has wholly abandoned said homestead and chant ed bis residence ttlerefrorU for more tHafl four years last tJast and since making nld entry, and that said tract lias not been settled upon, cultivated and Improved by said party as re linked by lw. You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken by this office as having been Cunes3ed by yott. and your said entry will be canceled thereunder ithout your further right to bo heard there in, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file In this office within twenty days after tho FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your rtnswer, under oath, specifically meeting anil rOsttondina to these allegations of contest, or If you fail within that time to (lie in this office due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either In person or by registered mall. If tbH snrvtcc is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer to the contestant In person, proof of such service must be either the said contestant's written acknowledgment of his receipt of the copy, showing the date of Its receipt, or the affidavit of the person by whom the delivery was made stating when and Where. tlrtJ dotty Wits delivered! If made by registered mail, proof of suoh service must consist of the affidavit of tho person by whom the Copy was mailed stating when and this pMt office In hlcH It rts Walled, and this aHittavtt rliust be aecoir.iialncd by the postmaster's receipt for the letter. You should state in your answer the name of the post ofllce to which you desire future notices to be sent to toil V,UiCu;ltl: litfneiVef Date of first publication Ayr 11 81, 1916 " " second " April 2H, 1910 " " third " May5, 1916 " "fourth " May 1V1910 Primary Officer Are Named The officers have been select ed by the Chaves County Cen tral Committee to conduct the Primary to be held in this County on May 9th. Sixteen additional voting boxes in ad dition to the sixteen already es tablished have been placed in tlitrsa precincts where the long distances haV? heretofore pro hibited many Democrat from volincr. The followinc is a list s. Notice for rolillcaloa. o:to Department of th Interior, U. Land Office at Roswell, N. M Apt. 11, 1916; Notice is hereby given that Charles F, Glaze", of ElTu, N. M., who. on August Si, ID'S, made HD. E., Serial No.i (W:i7i. for SK?SW', Sjfc. and NWNVtf: SE'tNWK: Se. 9. Two. 6 S., Range 26 E., X. M. 1. Meridian, has f!lw notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish cluim to the land above described, before Reglsteror Receiver U. S. Land Office. at lloswcll, N. M. on May 1'., 1916. Claimant names at witnesses: Madison M. smith. ICninieit M. N'orred, F. win Ulshoeffer, John M. Glaze, all of Elva, N. M, Emniett TatUm. Register, il. 1( Mny W NOTICE FOIt rCDLlCATlOS. 0J17 Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Roswell. N. M.. Apl. II, 1'16. Notice Is hereby given that Nancy A. Glaze, of Elva, N. M., who on Dec. 13. 1913. made I1D, E., Serial, No. (126745. for WKXKM: and XVH SEX. Sec. 1, TP., 6 8.. R. W N. M. P. M., Meridian, has Bled n"Uce of Intention to make final three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Register or Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Roswell, N. M., on May IS, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Madison M.Smiib. Emmltt M. N'orred, F.d' win Ulshoeffer, John M. Glaze, allof Elva. N, Mv. Euimctt Patton. Register. Apl. 14 May 12. FOR SALE Two miles north west of Boaz One 6et of second hand broom machinery, consist ing of ono broom winder, one htn!tWa hrooni press. ne broom clipper and one broom corn thrasher, all for S-so.OU For further information boo D. C. SaTBge. IJlSPAtlTMFfNT OF THE INTERIOR. United States tand Office, Fori Pnmnfr. New Mexico, Apr. 1. T'ld. Nol'ce Is hereby given that the State of New Mexico, by virtue of Die acts of i on- giess approvea .lune 21, 1K:, and June 20, uuo, has tiled in this office selection list for the fol lowing lands! Serial No. Ol.tss, List Tl.M. NJiNEK. NHNVl . SCO. fM. T 4 H.. It. 52 E., N. M. V. M., containing 169 acres. Protests or contests against any or all of iuehselecUoni may be .tiled In this office dur ing tHe period of publication, or at any time thereafter before final approval and certification! A, J. Evans, Register. Apr. II -May I j. NOTICE FOR TDBLICATIOX. 030917 1 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Roswell, M. St.i Mtm, 81, l'6. Notice is hereby iglven that Copllfl PM, of Jenkins, N. M., who ou April 12. 1915. made HD. E.. Serial No. 030917 for EV4. Section 1. Twp. 8 S., it. M E.. N. M. P. Meridian, has Hied notice of Intention to make Final Three Year proofi to eatablMi claim to the hind above described, before C. B. Gocl.el. V. S. Commissioner. In his office, at Eaglehlll, N. M on May 9, 1616, Claimant names as witnesses'. Mouroe 3. llrown. Claude C. Freeman. Rube Hardin. tbeSC of H flehlll. N, M.. Egbert Silies. of Jenking. N. M. Emmett Patton. Register. A. 7-M. 5. Old Culley Fred Beck, VV Schrader. Hall. A. B. Ctaig;, NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. oj'Mtif l7'ij Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at HOiwell. N Mu Mch: 97, Notice Is hereby given that Virginia ('. Rlckard, of Rt. 3. Elldn. N. M-, who on -Men. 26. 19U made II D. K.. Serial No. 02,'K7. for the SEW, See. and on May W, 1913, made Add lUE:, Scrinl No; 0S7S93. for the MJi. Sec. 17. Tpi 7 SultltngP as m.i N. xncr idlan. has Hied notice of Intention to mak Final three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Dan t. Savage. U. Commissioner, in his office at Kcnna, N. M on May 9. l'l. Claimant names as witnesses: John P. Smith, of Kenna, N. M Willie II, Cryer, M. David .Manges, tnesc or am-j View. N. M., Simon E. Hickard, Kt. a, Ellas. V. M. A.7-M.J. Emmett Pattou. RcgisterJI Uepartment of the Interior United States Land Oftlce, Fort Sumner New Mexico. March 17, 1918. Notice is hereby given that the State of New Meilco. by virtue of the Acts of Congress approved June Sl.l-9N.and June W. I9in. has has tiled In this office selection lists for tno loi lowing lands: List No. 7126. Serial N". 0137..5. All of Sec. 15, T. 4 S.. H. 25 E.. N. M. P.M., containing MU acres. protests or contest against auy or all ot sui h selections may be filed in this office during the doriod of publication or at any time thereafter before final approval and certification. A. J. EVANS, Register A.7 M. 5. The Kenna liecord, 1 yr. Tho Sunday Roswell btar, 1 yr Both papers one year for .$1.00 . .00 of voting places and the ofliccisi selected to hold the primary. Where he location iu any town named for holding the primary has not been Riven, it is left la the judges to selt ct the place. Three judges hav.i been select eft for eacli voting box and these three are to solecfc one of their number to act as clerlr. Ui the event any one of such judges ebovild fail to terve, his place is to bo filled by the re maining judges" of that voting bo. OFUCKKH OK 1'llIMAKV. Precinct. 1 N. Roswell; Plumbing Shop Robt Smith, G. 2 S. Roswell; J&i!.j Tj. Whitman, L. Tliornton Roswell. 3 E. U. Plains; School House. J. M. Wheeler,. R. O.. Whit ney, C. M. Ilest.ei'. 4 Dexter. A. Dtirand, C. W. Halliburton, Jas Forstad. 5 Ilagerman. 0.icar Walter?, N. S. Wust, I.'B. McCormict. fl Lake Arthur. W. R- Foster, E. C. Jackson, Will Vermil lion. 7 Lower IV n a seo. --To be ?e locted. Dunkin Adam Drace. Henry Gady, Joe Kintz. 8 Plainview. L). R. Allen, C. " L. Holder, Chas.'G. Wiggins. Buckeye Ranch. A, F. Maro noy, 1. R. Roach, Edga- Wil liams. Midway G. C. O'Neal, W.v W. Poran, John Moreman. 9 Elva- John West, Geo. Stockley, E. M. Ulshoeffer. Olive C.'g. Slroud, Clarence Long, Clyde Tetai's. 10 Dunlap J. 0. Dunlay. P. II. Lewis, W. W. McNeill. While Flat School House, J. N. Akin, Ja?. W. Patterson, 0 E Starr.' 11 Boaz W. A. Shira, M. (). MilV, G. T. Burk. Kenna. C; IT. Simms, A. G. Pit tie, R. L. Robeison. Volley View. Lee Smith, W. H. Crver, E. C. McCown. Pi ices' Cliappel. (i. J. Ros?. R. (.! Baker, Charlie Price. 12-Elkins. To he selected. lll-Kiog-J.R. Whitley, G. G. Jones, Cortez A. McDamel. McDonald. -J. T. Pointer, G. C. McClit.li, R. J. Hendricks. 11-RangorLake-J. T. Beal, J. 1(. Martin. Frank Bast. Junkins-G. W. Watson, E. R. Morton, B. E. Pyron. 15 Richland J. W. William son, T. Lee Beeman, J. T. Pardons. Allie C. C. Ashbiook, Joo Wilson, Joe McGaha. New Hope E. Rhodes, J. E. Burns, J. T. Smitliee Eaglehill Sclioolhousc Ernest Mullen, J. L. Graves, Jesse Burnett. 1G Tow Ranch Elie Key, Snm Tow, Geo. Collum. Tatum W. II. Keith, II. Alexander, L. M. Smith. Capiock J. P. Henry, E CVossland, Forest Jones. Wairen II. N. Floyd and John Harper of Warren, and R. B. Sparkman; R. 1). BOWERS, Chairman, April 21, 191C B. P.