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08790 uapartmsnt of the Interior, U. 8. Land one. t Itoswell, N. M.. Sept. I, 1917. Notice li hereby (rlren thst John AsMler, of Vslley View. N. M.. who. on, July I. 19M, insde HD. E, Serial No. M8TO0. for Lots 1-4 d SHNWK. and the SWM. See. 1. Township 1 8.. Range 13 E., N. M. p. Meri dian has filed notice of Intention to make final three-rear proof to establish claim to the and above described, before Dan C. Sarnie, U. S. Commissioner. In his office at Kenna N. M.. on Jan. 8, 191!. Claimant names as witnesses: Henry L. Deweese. John Q. Whltson, Walter D. Smith. John P. Smith, all of Valley view n. m. EmmetttPatton, Ri'str. Not. 80. Dot. 18. Kotlce for rabllcatloa. 011844 : 08108 Department of tne Interior, TJ. 8. Land OIBoe at Roswell, N. M., Not. M. 1917. Notloe It hereby riven thst Irene A. Hutoh erson. of Jenkins, N. M.. who on May. 1, 1915, made OHg. H. E. 031844. for Lots l - 3-4, sec. 30. T. 8 S R. 84-E: and on July 18, 1915, made Add'lH.E. oajJOB. See. 84. T.8-S. R, 33 E. and SWWS WW, (Lot 4) Section 19. Twp , 8 -S.Raoge 34-K. N. M. P. Meridian, has Bled notice of Intention to make Bnal thiee-year proof, to' establish claim to the land abore described, before William A. Watson. U. S. Commissioner, in his office, at Jenkins, N. M. on Dee. 87, 1917. Claimant namea as witnesses: Ueorce W. Watson. William Ki Blanchard, John E. Forbes, Ben Warren, all of Jenkins. N. M. Emmntt Patton Register. Not.IM Deo n. Notice for Publication. 088408 Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Roswell. N. M., Not. 84, 1917 ' Notlee (s hereby len that Fred" O. Henry f HMsy. N. M., who on May. 13. 1914 Mads HO E., Serial No. 028468, for N WWNEW, Lot 1 Sea.. 9. and Lots 3 4 8eo..4. Twp. S3. Xante 38 E, N. M. P. Meridian, has Bled notice f Intention to make final three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above describ ed, betore Will A. Palmer. U. S. Commissioner la bis olBoe at Emir. N. M., on Dec. 81, 1917. Claimant names at witnesses: Henry Rudder. Thomas D. Jtoobs, Till Tram ssall. -Jesse M. J. Campbell all of Emzy, N. M. Emmett Patton, Not 30.-Deo. 8 Baptist church. Preaching Servicps everv Fourth Sunday of each month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m, Sut'dav School, Sun. lay niorn mg a; 10 o'clock. prMVfr nio"f'tr, WVdnedav v,intr Mt 6 30 V..ck. C Tot), Pastor ao to KEMP LUMBER CO, EL1DA, N. M. For Wire, Post, Cement, Lumber and Building Material, Sash Doors and Hardware. E.GUY WINNINGHAIYI. Manager. iaism aTiafcafciafcisV ssia afc sisi dfc il l I fTTT I 1 1 II sBipwww B as iiasjan HHmm J III HP miaj sill IIP! II II It nnr""T' "T r-""" " " a- I SSVilTH STUDIO Portraits Views Enlarging and KODAK WORK. R. C. WHITE, Mgr. One Half Block. Northeast P. O. Bldg. Roswell, New Mexico. . n. .wnmiL-Mmii. mm jiniwif minii jiiih". "m w- B iHMMfii limkifc SMliUllB SMlkiMfr ti'Mmtui jfclllWM" TMimSi ff-lr'" -llfriil 2 ';,- 'w "ww "w w w w'wyi ww,w v' "Nrf vww i J I? Early Christmas Buying Is Wise l( Especially this year, when all of the markets are dis- (L $L arranged by the war. As usual wo will be glad t.t i f to set aside any purchase you may make now and deliver them Christmas eve or morning. And we Jj3 have worth while presents for ladies or gentlemen 5 m endless profusion . ' j 3 l Roswell, N. M. ' Jjp Church Directory AT. THE METHODIST HURCH. -u- .la S h ! it 10 o'cicck '-'ill i ib: v . Pray r m- i i .h )i t!ncM div.ljvi rting iv 7 o'clock. PivacbinK Sf'i'vicen ;uf hk f ! !ow,: Tbf Fiist Sundiy of . each month. Moiiii snrvict 11 o'clock, F,viji('iiitf services at 7 o'clock. Tnep'iblic is cordially invited to attend all the sei vices of Un church. W. H. Carter, Pastor Department of Agrlcul ture ymatAr ixjureau. Station, - 8oam, A. -di MONTHLY SUMMARY. Month of September, 1917. Temperature. Mean... 49 Maximum 76 Minimum 16 i Precipitation. Total inchec Number of Days ' Clear 24 Partly cloudy Cloudy, . . . 2 . Wm. Horner, Cooperative Observer, For sale one new Eclipse wind mill, at this office. I4ft Call Get the safety habit. Subscribe for the Record and keep posted. .: -j- II km o . This fine Furniture at Reasonable prices. The new style shown on our display floors are very ATTRACTIVE. Old IVORY, WALNUT and MAHOGANY are the popular finish NOW and our PATTERNS in these WOODS are SURE TO PLEASE DILLEY FURNITURE CO. ROSWELL; N. M. r -8aVSBj 1 rADTFR-RnRII!C;ni! ?! a ssm s a a -- -w 1 1 Abstract Co. Bonded Abstracters, ? We solicit your businessi and will Cive you prompt services rortaies. III II n. m. faa8sv4svav's'ss it I' n o ! o i) rt 44k4Sl!444alt44a4a4iS) ws s-sy wJ-W a srwisil' WAR! WHERE? AtTho Elida Drug Store on HIGH PRICES, On Fresh Drugs. Tan-a-Lcc, Nuxatcd Iron,' Swamp Root. and ail Patents needed. We have them at reasonable prices. For fresh Toilet articles Sandrys, Jewelry, Stock Dip and a large Assortment of Al AS Presents bought from eastern markets. SEE US. Prescripton Work A Specialty. Make Our STORE Your STORE. ELIDA DRUG STORE. P. S. The Ellda Drug Store has cut prices from 10 to 300 per cent. TRY US. j 40 t s 4s n . it o Don't Know What To Do With His Money . Stock but I want to warn you tha'. owing to trade conditions being upset of course the Stock might be low Just when you wanted te Bell. Would you mud tfcatr "Yes, I bftlleve I would. Of course, I know all Stocks go up and down a littt tn price, but I must have some thing that can't go down too low, be cause I might want my money, any time, and I can't afford to lose 5 to 10 of my investment just for thr take 6f securing 5 to 107. Interest." "So you want something that Is so safe It will not cause you one mo ment's worry, you want something thai you can purchase, hold, and feel safe about without your having to learn anything about stocks, shares, or roar ket prices." "That's it, exactly." The business man had known righ! along what investment this man need ed, alii he wanted the farmer to sell himself first. "Well," be said with s smile, "What's the matter with invest lng with the United States Govern ment? You won't have to sit up nights wondering whether they are going tc fall. You don't have to know one thing about stocks, shares or markets, in order to get In on the proposition, and your little 4 comes around twice a year regularly." ' "Oh, you mean buy a Liberty Bond? "Yes, why not?" "Well, I guess I can't do better." Better, why, man, you can't do a well. It's tho only kind of investment for a fellow like yourself who knows all about farming and nothing about finance. Your bond is the best col lateral in the world, you can always sell It If you have to, and believe me there is a feeling of satisfaction about owning one of those bonds that you can't buy with any other security The bond Is Uncle Sam's certificate that you are an American In good standing and you feel that you are helping our boys In the great fight Look at It any way you like, It's the 3 a est investment in the world." The Kenna Record PUBLISHED WEEKLY By Mr. and Mrs. A. C. White Entered February 8th 1907 st the Kenns, New Mexico, Post Office, ai second Class Mail Matter. TO THE HOUSE KEEPERS OF B0AZ, M. M. Subscription 4 1.00 Par Year In Advane aOertlMlng rates sonde knows o applies rlo family a fair deal, and helping to down this great Monster, said ALCOHOL. If you use this brand pf Extracts, you will be helping some of your little bit. to all of those t'k??.t- eat your cooking. These No-All, Exlract.s are for eale at all up to date stores, Wm. Horner, of Bosz, has a full and comp!ete line of them for eale. Adv. , C. H. Stewart was tho first man that found out i different way to make Extract's. The old way waa to take the oil, and than place Alcohol, in it to cut it and then the balance is water. Tha way that there is different Qualities', of Extract's, is the Maaufactors, place more oil and Alcohol in their bottles, of cotarM the more of the two the better and 'stronger, the loss of those two the more water. The new way is that the oil is placed in Glicorean, and of course all knew that Olicorean Li jtist as heathy as Alcohol. This way they are placed into Tubes, a full ounce, and when you want anything flavored with any of the Spices, it only takes two drops (for the average person) to take the place of a ttaspoonfull of your best Alco hol Extract's. The other Flav ors it takes about 3 and 4 drops te equal a teagpoonfull of the other. You readily see that this ounce of the Tube Extract's, sold for 25 cents will readily take the place of 8 to 4 bottles of your Id style Extract', and that they will sate you all the way from 50 cento to $1.25 per year also there U a grand satifaction in know ing that you are useing the purest flavorings that are on the market today, and giving your To Registrants For 'Military Service All registrants for military service in Chaves County will receive in a fsw days, if they have not already done so, a copy of a pamphlet called a Question naire, containing sixteen pages ot questions. There will also be designated to each registrant a timo at which hois to present the questionnaire to tho Locil Board at Roswel'. The regist rant should not undertake to write on the pamphlet, biit he should read if over caiefnlly be fore presenting it to the Board, lie should then present the questionnair to the Board in the Federal Building at R-Rwell at the time designated and the le cal counsel and the Board will aspist him to fill it out. These instniPtkum are important. Flease t;ive them proper atten tion. Bo pure to have at hand when you re-port, all tlirt data neces sary to answer qt-es ions, espec ially 'when exemptions are to he claimed. .1. lf. llervoy, J. C. (Jilhert, Tnnilmon Fol ly Legal Advisory Bunnl. A man had three daughter. The fiif o'ic tint v;is mnriied weiil. to I'l Iwiit citi"s, Minne apo'.H 'tit S. I '.mi. en Iht wed ding tiip. LVer !-he gave birth to twins.. Yeo!'. t!ir secend dauclitn- Wii- m iiii-d her" hus lnnd twfk I,, i- im-r tc Tripoli on u we.l ti:;:. She wmt he .lister oii' h. ! r by having trip lets. Ti ' n tl.'- t lilt 1 1 daughter hecane-' ; d. .'.lid the oimg man tiisi u ! the v t lining plans with t: el.illnT. llna-ked the old linn i! In: cmid suggest a place (' u fie l'nv- in nil. "I don't care w Ik-io yai g cr what you do," s-aid the rid mun" but for heaven's s ike keep a way from Thousand Island. Exchange,