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, ? i "HI y it? .U. Yi. 31111.. RECORD. ylj'rt A I " VOL.10. KENHA. CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 2,1916. NO. 6. SOME SPRING CALLERS I (wttMirui I i W 'mil 1 1 tCopyrlglil.) . - ANNOUNCEMENT. f Chaves Countv Teachers' Institute. Vhb Chaves County Teachers' Inslituo will be held at the Cen tral School Building in the City of Roswell, beginning Monday, J une the 5th. 1910. . i It will continue for two weeks, tiyt tifitiatea will be iield on FH: day and Saturday, "June lGlh and 17th. Supt. W. 0. Hall will nerve as Conductor, and Prof. W. C. Todd and Miss Dorotliy Russdl will serve an additional instruc tors. The Manuals have not yet ar; rived, having beeil delayed on account of failure to procure pa. ....... ... 4 per Upon Whlcti to print mem. I cannot at this time say when they will bo out but trust it will be toon. Teachers should be prepared to pass reading circle 'examinations, Tho rending" circle books may bo procured by Writing Chas. llfeld Co,, Albu querque. 1. For teachers vvith- first grade elementary or profession al certificates: ('0 "Sociology and modern Social Problems,", price $1 00. American Book Company, Chi cago. ' -XQ . "The Rural Schools-Its Methods and Management," price $1 00. Silver Burdetr. & Company, Chicago. 2. For teachers with second ,i i ttuu iiuiu ;iauc c.fiiituu-cii v cer tificate!,: (a) "Everyday Pedagogy," price $1.00. Ginn and Company, Chicago. (b) "Rural Life and Rural School," price 80 cents. Amer ican Book Company, Chicago. The Institute fee will be two dollars. Examination fee will . ... . v ue one aoiiar. uoou ooaru may be procured at th-3 many .board . , ing houses and in private homes at reasonable rates Will be fcl.ivyto have you with us. Respectfully, C. O. Hill, County Superintendent of Schools. lor God's Sake tell tile People to Quit Mon keying With Gasoline". , (Following the. sad. fatal ick1ent of Mrs. vi'llson last wbtfk, Sir. Whitman nntl olierj Iflve the following; to the Roswell Record, j - 'For (iod's sake; for the sake of the wives and mothers of the city, for the sake of, home and humanity, again calf the atten tion of the people to the danger of monkeying with gasoline,'' That s A statement from Charles Whitman, fire chief of Roswell. He continued! "1 have been Are chief of Ros well for years. There have been threa deaths from fire Everyone has been the result of Gasoline: Ernest Mounts' sis ter was burned to tteath as the result of gasoline) Luther til ant was burned to oeath as the iodult of gasoline, and now Mrs. Wilson pay the penalty. Theft have been some forty badly burned as the ivsdit of gasolinS fti'es. "Will the people ever learn?" Every product of animal life wool, silks, feathers, furs when washed in gasoline, will produce the necessary spark, by friction, whtcn means An igni tion, and in this climate it takes less air to mix with the gas va por than in the damper climate. That's why there are so many more explosions out liel'ej that's why there should be ho mdnkey. ing with gasoline. Dr. Galloway issues a warn ing. "Will the people never learn the danger of gasoline? Tell the people to leave it alone. People don't understand gaso line. You could have a whole room full of gas vapor and as long as there was no air to mix with it, you could Btrike a match in it and there would be uo danger; whenever air mixes there danger; you will always hive air, unljs you are in a laboratory. So leave gasoline ulor e. When you want some thing washed send it to some one who understands the use of f.-asoline." Moving picture men, airship irtnii, who have been in Roswell. say that there is more static in the valley atnio?p! 10 than any where else they know of. That makes the use of gasoline more dangerous, Police fur rubllciitlon. P2WOI Department of U)9 Interior, V. s. Land (Mice, fit RoSwtiJ, N. M.. Notlee It hereby flf?n ilt Winer f. Scott oflledland. N. M., who, on July I. 1 'l 2. mode HK., Serial No. OTIHU, for KM. fWe. T. 6, S., IluBffe S! E N. M, P. Meridian, has (lied notice of Intention to make final Three-Year Proof, to establish claim to the land nbove described, before Will A. Palmer, V. S.f'om- mlssloner. In hi ' office, at Itedland. N-M on lllliu SOj l'llo: Claimant. nsmoB ai w'UrieSEeB: - William E. JlrHiTllFyi WlljlilnT 0. Sllimi Georo-e H. fttirroarlf Loafs if. I'ropps, nil of Uedland. N. M. Kmmrtt Patton. Iter'mter NOTICE FOB rt'DLICATIOJf. 03W5 Department of the Interior, U. S Mind onit-e Ht rt"teti, , M.. Mny j, ino. Notlea In hCi-SI' flVrti that WMiiftfrt Pl!tett Graves of KnrHiin. N. il; .wIlH.ttrt .fliKe SI, 1915. inutle HR. Serial No. OWPW, f'r $k'4. See. et: tind NE', setion;33. Twp. 7 S Kunire 31 K.. N. M.P. MerMInn, haa Hied notice of Intention to mnke Kinl lhree--yenr liroof, to establlxh claim to tho Innd Hhore descibed. before C. K. Ooebel, IT. S, Oomitiltsioiier. in his Ofllce at Knlrlehlll. N. M on June It. r!0. Claimant nHiiies sa wltneKges: Albert 1. AtUlnacn. Willlnm W. Heaty, ClaudU C. f'rtWmiHii M"nro J. Brown, nil of JSh'fclelml.aiiltf. Ktnmetl Pntthri; flP?itSr.: Ma5'!2-June9, Xotlce for Publlrdtlon. 01870J Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Offltffj Kt Hotl!, if. M., Mat JT, 1918. NoiiotS lg IjdMfy Jfirt'rt 4Ht lltui'jr Ernst of Iloz. N. M., who oSJifHo frt, mde Add'l liR.. Serial No. 0IH7W. for NWSBM: unil S,V'SK!i. SetH'on SH, Township 7 S Ilnnire 10 K K. M. P. Meridian, hn tiled notlee of Intention K mnke Una; (He-year proof to es tublUh claim 10 tbo land ahoe dsailbeil, be fore fn O. smrnite, O.- S, X'odimWslonor, In his otllee t Kennfti N, !,. on JutK, , 131a. Claliilftfat t)Hn.'t!8 r. s WitnfesSeB: Charley K- Ne'.z. tJeortfn Y. Oiet-iy. Joftn I. Ketner Wllllnm Horner, all of lonz, N. M. tan t Patton, Iteulstar. 'otite for Publication. N fn Cnli foot? Dopaftihbtit elJhn Ihtflflor, U. S Land Ofllce nt Fort Sumner. Sett Mexico. May S.r, loio. Notice is hereby uiven that John rf. Lone, 8f Inirrom, N. )., wha on Aug. 28, 1KW, made hnmeslend entry Jlrt.ffetHT. fnr PMSK. Sec. . Township i Sf IMriifO" 30 Ei. N. M.P. Weri1 Citin. tadind tio'iti e of intcritlon to Ui.ikO una! tlTe-renr liroof. tti eS(iti(ish clndn to th'o lar.tf above (Tbiicrlbed, bdfdie'p'anO. jfavnite, U. S. Commission r, in hisoflice. at Kenrin N. Mi on the 10th day of July. l'JIo, Claimant naraeB as witnesses: Moves Galdston, Ktherldce Taylor, JfniM filtfton, 0csr Hell, of Ellda. N. M. A.-!. t'MAnO, Rru'er, j a -Srt. Nodce for Publication. 027330 Departmont of the Interior, U. S. Land Ofllce at Hoswell, N. M. May 28, 1H16. Not io In hereby iriven that Lafuyette M. Pettcol of Itlctllatitl, N. M who, on June iHi. made lit). Serial NO.OijBJo, for feH. Ht. S3.Twp.B8., . 38K.I M. it. P: Mdrktlrtn, has II led notice of intention to make Urial ttiree- year proof to eel ablish claim tg tliel ind above described, before O. K Pooniba, U. S Com- iiiissioner, in his ofllce, at Nlchlund. N. M.. on July .1i 1910. Claimant iiatnefc as 'witnesses: John H. Kidd. of Iledlnke. N. M.. Je'sse i: Bates, of Oarriaon. N. M., Mabory O. Danforlh, of Allie, N. M lllake Williams, of Iltchlaud. N. M. EMMKTT PATTON, June -30 Realster, The other day the Gilder Hotel management complained to the electric light company that there must be a 6hoi t cir cuit, a3 guests wer complain ing of slight shocks yvhen they stood on the heavy wool car pels and unlocked their doors. The trouble man was" ent up. Nothing was found, but it was proven again that the static in the atmosphere caued the whole trouble. The telephone users and company have had like experiences. am mm mmut By R6BHTA CARSON. i Paula, windblown and ralnsoaked, burst Into the living ftOv where her mother was reading. "No luck, flioOV crl There Isn't a maid, black, white ft;' lodlfferant, who will budge a foot lr! eur dfrertioti just because we're a c6upie (t fimts out ,f town. Mc Manus at the eOiJjloj'fn.'tit ofiics says they're all that way and he can't do Anything about it. I told him to send out tihjtm who came along. A man would do if he' Pfnld Rot one. Oh, Why did dear old faithful l!ain have to get married? And just now of ll times!" She dropped dismally into a rboir. "What can we do?" Mrs. Cotirtland tapped her book thhnrlitftilly. "If It Wro anybody-iii tiie "-M fnty t)) Remfhgtons who were cominjr il ft&itf r'Wfl't niako so much difference. But (hey frv ( well and arc so precise about ever' thing." "And there's a son coming, too'." groaned Paula. "Oh, we just can't NOTICE of CONTKST . r:t H. ci .'loi C'iX'l'SfT. n.niriinsnl nt.tbp Iiitcrlnf. V: P. I.nnrl Office, al Kurt Stunner. N. M April iiCH'. f'. To Wllllnin T,. llraixbin. record address. roe, WiH.,ConteHfee: Tnn nre Itpri.bv n.itlfiod that .1 urison R.Owens, vim irw If ..iimi. S. Jl. Hi hi" IMiMunU'C adilrow.dW on Maroh 3.1, 101H. l l tlila offloe Ills duly f.oroboratatl application to content ami ...j... ,f,n ..rf ...mi 1 1 ........ l,n-niufn,t pntrv. r lit, j "i. - SeilSt Wi:MiMt MnWlt llb. l"i". elry relustatcd, s.- i-. ' t fr fis:. 'I'nwiiHhln 4 S.. lianire S7 VI. N. In' V: Morl'linil, and as Rivnnds for bis contest he nlle'leS H't said cntryman hs wholly abandoned bbW lauditbat he bus not resided upon or culti vated an)' part ilu reof for more -4ban tlirse years last pas'; Toil are; therefore, fiirtll-r lidlifiivl tint the said all)'if:tiM tvlll M takcu aficonfcs-ied, ami your snld entry Will I'd crfnt'i'!e;4 without further r'L'bt to we heaivl. either bi-l'ore tills offleeor on apiicai. If you fail to file In this office whlilu tf-fntv daya after the fOI'KTII publ.falli.il of tlilu luitl.M. ..t pb;vn hclliu-. VOlll' ttllMver. under :lh, speclfleally r(.'.wi(t to th"e al!o-j-atloiia of contest, locxitbcr wltli iff?" iioof that yon have aerved o copy of your answer on the Haiti contesluiit either in person or i'! le. Ilerej mall. T.ni li.il.l Mtafc In vnnr answer the name of lKMt orfi:e t-f vrlilt'li y.'.i'iluiiro future notices to be wilt to yun. A.J. Mvaii", ltegiater. May 12. 1016 May I". aie May '!", liie Junes, 1H1rt rtotfluf fhst publleatlon 1 -('( 111 li " ' ''llihd ' " fourih ' NdTICFf of CONTEST. 031611 CJ45 D:partinent of the Interior V. S. f.url O fflc tt Hoswoll.N. M-, AluH'.T. IJlfi. 1'otiai'lH, Hoydaumof KasrlelilH, N. M.. eon- l"atee: You lire herebv uotlflcfl llial. Walter A. Slrun,vrho itlves New ll.ipo, H J! as Ms pustofflee tf'U'i ess did on March S.". IwiO, Hie In this office h'.s diiijr c'oroboratuil npiilleatlon to contest ami securo ;tlie crtni-ellathm of your homestead entry. Serial No, (UltSli ifrade April IS. 115. for Sec. II. Toivusl.ip 7, Itanlfe SI. i: N. M. P.. Mcrldliin, anil as(fromnls for Ills (.illtcst lie alleges that "Kalrt Hurl H. Iloyii'ton. nils mad lio Improvements on said laiul and Urtswlidlly abandoned said land for a perlmiof more thtui fin irioiitHs liitl past." Yon niv. I hertfore. ftlillinr nolirivd thai the said allegation will bo taken 1 this oftlee usliavmu been uoiifce(t, Vy von, ul your said entry will bora ;?"lel '.Hereunder without your further right to bo heard therein, cither before thlsofflee or on anneal, if you fail to file In Hits office wlthlrl twenty (lays after the KOl'liTll iiiiblleatlon of thlsnol co. as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically meeiln.' and resiKindlmf to these allcirat lot. s ef contest, or if you fail within that timo to tile In this office due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the satd contestant either ill person or by registered mil'. If lblsprvice is made by Die delivery of a copy of your answer to the contestant In peiwm proof of siieh service n-.ust be either the said contest ant's written aOKiiowlertimient of hi receipt of the copy, uiinwln the rf-te of Its its receipt. or the iitll' davit of the person by whom the delive'y wa ton. le siHiiiia when and where the copy was delivered: if made by registered mall, proof of such service consist of the affidavit of the penson by whom copy was mailed -stutiiiirwhcn Hnrt the post ofllce to which it asniailcd, and this annlavil must be accompanied tj Die postumstei a receipt for tbo letter. You should state In your asswer the inline of post office to w hich you desire future notices to be sent to you. Kmmetl Patton, liegister. Date of first publication May 11. I'M 8 ' sws nd ' May II). I')t0 " third " May 2H. ims " " fuuiib " J'ini lie nave them. Father tufglit telegraph to Remington pater that aofnebody bus died, or that we've had a fire, or Fmallpox, of omethlng." "They are motorlnct here from Bos-: ton,' Paula, and left the middle of the wook. V'e would not know where to reach them by wire." ; "Wfll. then we atlll liave two days!" Paula got tip and ttaok off her hat."" "For forty-elRlit hotr I'm going to clean the house till it ihittea. What ever the Itcmingtona And, it won't be dirt.'; Pang! Hafig! Bang! wont the car pet beater wielded by a round, white arm, strengthened and Beaconed by many rounds of golf und tennia. Paula was talking to a man. Siiw had aeen Mm pass slowly along tb side street as if searching for a house.. "McManus has sent U8 a man I do' believe. Stop! Walt a mlntn! Ar yotl looking for Courtland's?"' ; "Yes." "Did Mr. McManus, the employment: man, send you?'' ; "Yes bur how " "Never mind! There's no lime to talk. No matter what you can or" can'4 tfo now yon are better than no body hU4 w6 need you. I'll give you' an old coat (if father's till your thing come. Then beat these ruga and sweep them off. Get tho bone in thrt laundry and scrub the porcJie and walks. Shine the brasses around th front door and then come up stairs. I've forty windows for you to clean. Sounds like a lot, but it's got to bo dotn'I" So Chtfrlio banged rugs, scrubbed etnlra nila,f fiietra. flAanarl vlnrlnu'a rbeat egga. stripped the fat off the ham, ground coffee, ran errands, changed furniture and cut glaas. "At tho last minute on Friday he helped iron the curtains after Paula hart shown him how. and then after dinner he washed the dishes carefully, put tfmm away and cleaned tip tho' kitchen". 1 Then he presented himself to Paul in tiie library. "Mlsa, I'm sorry, but I've got to leave." "What? You can't go now, Charlbs," She sat down with shaking knees. ' . "Sorry, but I gotta." "VSut why?" "My fiHfiJiy needs mo. I gotta go. I. trid to help all I conld." "Oh, you did. Charlie. YoiVre a Jew el, Hut what will wo dO when the compniir comes in the mornllJjt? Not one to do dislift or anything!" "Mebbe the company can help." 1 Paula-laughed weakly. "Yes, may be they can. but then again mayb they wen't. Rut of course you don't understand, Charlie. All right, if you've got to go, we've got to let you. I'll get your money from father. Four dollars is that right?" The next morning the Courtland watched tbo clock anxiously, fearful lost their guests Hhould arrive before the work was done. But things were in order and mother and daughter in faultlens tollula when an automobile conlcivinp th'-dc people drew tip to tho curb. Mr. and Mrs. "Remington were greet ed -cordially and the Courtlands wait ed expectantly for the begoggled son. wno was nusy v. nil iue cur uuiBiue. Then he came, and something in the travel -worn suit and shapelese cap seemed familiar to Paula. Off earae the goggles, and behold Charlie! The Ilcmlngtons enjoyed the situa tion so hugely that the astonished CouitiundB joined In the laugh. "We have heard from our son how the land lies!" laughed Mrs. Remington, "so we are all prepared to roll up our sleeves and pitch in anil help." Later. Charlie Remington had a. few words alone with Paula in the library where he had handed in bis resigna tion the night before. (Copyrislit. W. by the MeQlnre Newspa per Byndiinte.) Philosophic King. ' Though King Peter has refused to leave bis Serbian soldiers, he is not a military man at heart. Rather is ha a scholar and philosopher, as is shown by his admiral ion of John Stuart Mill, whose works he has anonymously translated into Serbian. When in exile in Paris and Oeneva, King Peter lived very modectly, renting upper fists at o0 a year in each place. In the ngreement with his Geneva landlord was a stipulation that if he should be summoned to the Serbian throne his lease should terminate. Iondon Eve ning Standard.