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I' r-tj ad r i.r Mill ' x THE CLAYTON NEWS 53 SECION KSl'ANOL MX CLAYTON NEWS Conllnuando La Union Del Pueblo NOTICK I'Ort PUBLICATION ! pueblo sabe perfeclamenle bien IlUONCOS bajo Tala Wilson, el Pu ra. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, May IS, 1922. Notice Is liereby Riven that Ezra 01. Freeman, of Kenton, Oklahoma, who, on .Sept. 11th, 1920, made Additional Homestead Entry, under Act of Deo. 2, 1916, No. 026693, for North Half, .Section 6, Township 31N., Range 36B.. N. M. I". Meridian, haft filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles 1'. Tal bot, U. S. Commissioner, at hre office In Clayton, New Mexico, on the 2Srd day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Ale Mackenzie, Thomas K. tilles, Jack Davis. Kdgsr Giles, all of Kenton, Oklahoma. H. H. BRRETT, 5-19 6-16 Register. notice ron pimii.ication Department of the Interior, tT. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, May 15, 1922. Notice Is hereby given that Eulogio Lobato, of Kenton, Oklahoma, who, on April 1, 191 R. made Additional Home stead Kntry, .under Act of July 3, 1916, No. 025071, for HiiNBU, NHSBM, Sec tion 33, Township 32.1T IlanKe 35E., N. M. 1. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention lo make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles P. Tal bot. U. S. Commissioner, at IiIr office In Clayton, N. M., on the 23rd day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Alex Mackenzie. Thomas B. Miles, Jack Davis. Edgar (Siles, all of Ken ton, Oklahoma. II. II. BRRETT, 5-19 6-16 Register. notice on im;iii.ictio. NOTICB KOIl PIJIILICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land office it Clayton, New Mexico, April 18, 1922. Notice Is hereby given that Brnest 15. Smith, of Monos, N. M who, on Juno 14. 1918. made Homestead Kntry, No. 024S0S. for Lots 2, 3, 4, Section S; Lots 1. 2. 3, 4, Section IT; NW'i of SW'J, Section 19, Township 29 N., Range 3" i:. .S'M.P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, before Register St Receiver, n S. Land Office nt Clayton, N. M., on the 2nd day of June, 1322. Claimant namos as witnesses: Henry Callaway, J. P. Col!lns,"Éllls Collins, Frank Wood, nl of Moses, N. M. ' H. H. BRRETT. 4-28 5-26 Register. notice ron itiilicatio.n n partment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, Now Mexico, April 14. 1922. Notice Is ereby given that Candido Sandoval, of Kcphart, Union Co., New Mexico, who, -on April 10th, 191R, nindo Homestead Entry. Serial No. 022222, for E,SEH. Sec. 30, WHSW'H, EViSWVi, W4SK(i, Section 29, Township 22N.. HaiiKo 30E., N.M.P. Meridian, hns filed notlco of Intention to mako Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before F. 11. Fos ter. U. S. Commissioner, at his office in Roy. N. M on tho 26th day of May, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Gasparlto Romero, Canuto Gonzales, Simon Gonzales, all of Rueyeros. N. M., and Ilenjamln Garcia, of Kephart, N. M. H. H ERRBTT. 4 21 5-19 Reglstor. NOTICK FOIt PU11MCATIO.V Department of thev Interior. U. R Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, May 13, 1922. Notice Is hereby given that George D. McBIroy, of Guy, New Melon, who, on May 29, 1917, made Homestead Entry, Scrlnl No. 02M03, for SVt Section 27, T. 31 N., It. 34 E., and on O-.-l. Id. 101 Add. Entry, Ser. No. 0257S6, under act of December 29, 1916, for NEfcNW', Sec. 34, Sffii, WSE', SWVÍNW'Í, Sec tion 26, Township 31 N, Range 34 East. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles P. Tal bot, U. S. Commissioner, at tils office In Clayton, N, M.. on the 22nd daj" of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas Sayre, of Kenton, Oklahoma, and William E. Gregory, John E. Me Elroy, Hubert Young, all of Guy, N. M. H. II. ER RETT. 5-19 6-16 Register. NOTICE' FOII PUIILICATION Interest and costs of suit and the ac cruing costs of advertisement and sale. That the amount due and owing on ac count of said judgment on tho said date of sale Is ns follows: Amount of Judgment, J670.S7. Interest thereon, $22.38. Costs of suit, $21. B0, with the costs of this sale, and a rea sonable fee to the Special Master here in, to be fixed b the Court. Witness my hand this 26th day of April, A. D. 1922. M. P. HARVEY, Specl.il Master In Chancery. 4-Í8-Í-19 L. A. A. F, No. SC42 n the District Court of Union Count New Slrxlrn. Wiknff, Plaintiff, vs. Robertson and Sarah F. Robertson, Defendants. NOTICK OF MALE It.VKMH ATTACH MENT ' Public notice Is hereby given that on the 1st day of January, 1920, Judgment was rendered In the above numbered and entitled cause in the District Court of Union County, New .Mexico, in favor of said plaintiff and against the de fendants, A. F. Robertson and Surah F, Robertson, for the sum of $620.21, with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 por cent per annum, from the 31st day of December, 1919, together with all costs of suit and foreclosing the attachment lien upon the following described lands in Union County, New Mexico, to wlt: "North Half Section 19, Twp. 25, N. Range 31, East of the Now Mex ico Principal Meridian, In Union County, Now Mexico." Tile said Judgment and decree of foreclosure having appointed the un-, dorslgned Special Master In Chancery and directing him to advertise and sell said land according to tje law govern ing such cases, and to apply the pro ceeds from the salo thereof upon said Judgment, Interest and costs, together with the accruing costs of advertising and sale thereof, in the event that said defendants should fall to redeem said lands within ninety days from the 1st day of January, 1920. THEREFORE, notice Is hereby given Dint the undersigned, as Special Mas ter, will, In the event said hind Is not sooner redeemed, on the 19th day' of June. 1922, at the east front door of the court house in Clayton, New Mex- ;it 2 o'clock In the afternoon of said ico. Department of the Interior, IT. S Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico May 2. 1922. Notice Is hereby given that Alejandro Craine, of Kenton, Oklahoma, who, oi April 26. 1922, tunde Additional Home stead Entry, Serial No. 027712, for Lotf 1, 4, NEÍ4SW4, Sec. 5, Twp. 31 North Range 36E.. S',4NEi, SE'JNWH, Sec 22. .SB USE '4, NE'ÍSWH, SByNWVi Section 29, Township 32N., Range 36E.. N. M. P. Meridian, lias filed notlco ol Intention to mako Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land nhovo described, before Charles. I'. TaI hot, IT. S. Commissioner, at his offloi In Clayton, N. M , on the 6th day ol June. 1922. Claimant namos as wttneises: Hartólo ValloJoH, Carl H. Potter, Rob ert E. Putter, William F. Thpmpson all of Kenton, Oklahoma. H. H. BRRETT. 5-5-6-2 Regjster. Department of thd Interior, U. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, April 25, 1ÍÍ2. Notice Is hereby given that Robert K Potter, of Kenton, Okla.. who, on September 13. 1910, made Additional Homestead Kntry, Serial No. 02S526. for SWUNEH. W14SKK, Kv30, WHNEK, NW.SKli, NKUSW4, Section 31, Town ship 3JN.. Range J 6 II., N.M.P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Charlea P. Talbot, U. S. Commis sioner, at his office In Clayton, New Mexico, on the 1st day of June, 1922. Claimant immw as witnesses: Alejandro Craine, Alex Mackenzie, Caleb B. J3I1m, Thomas 0 1 les, all of Kenton Oklahoma. II. K. ERRBTT, 4-28 6-26 Register. In tlijv HUlrlct Court of " ITnlon County, Neu Meilco W. D. Kilburn. Plaintiff, vs. No. 5479 John Perrito and Anuallza Perrlgo, Defendants. NOTICE Ol' roitr.ci.oMiii: S.M.K Public notice is hereby given that on the 17th day of Feb., 1922, Judgment was rendered In the above numbered and entitled cause by the District Court of I'nlnn county, New Mexico, In favor of said plaintiff and against the de fendants, ,I )lm perrlgo and Annuliza Perrlgo, for the sum of $670.87, with interest thereon at the rnte of 10 per cent per annum, from the 25th day (if "January. I'rii, together with costs of suit, and foreclosing the mortgage up on the following described lauds In Union County, Now Mexico, to-wlt: "Southeast quurter of Section Twenty-Six (26), Township Twenty-Seven 127), Rat no Thirty. Ono (31), containing one hundred and sixty acres (160) according to tlifl gov ernment urvy." The said judghient and decree of foreclosure having appointed tho un dersigned apéela' Muster In Chancery and directing him to advertise and sell said land according to the law gov e in log such cases, and to apply the proceeds from the sale thereof, upon said Judgment, Interest and costs, .to gether with the accruing costs of 'ad vertising and sile thereof, In the event that said defendants should full to re deem said lands within ninety days from the 17h duy of February, 19 22. THEREFORE, notice Is hereby giv en that the undersigned, as Special Master, will, in the event mid land Is not sooner redeemed, on the 22nd day of May, 1922, at tho east front door of the court house In Clayton, New Mex ico, at 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon of aid day, off r for rale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, the abovo de scribed Ian,d, or so much thereof as may be 'necessary to satisfy said Judgment, day, offer for sale and sell to the high est bidder for cash, lire above described land, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Judgment, In terest and costs of suit and tho aocru Ing costs of advertisement and sale. That the amount due and owing on ac count of said Judgment on the said date of sale Is as follows: Amount of Judgment, $620.21, Interest thereon, $157.65, Costs of suit, $31.00, with the costs of this sale, and a rea sonable fee to the.Speclal .Master hero in, to bo fixed by the-Kourf. Witness my hand this 12th day of May, A D. 1922. M. P. HARVfÍY. Special Master In Chancery. OTT C-19 6-9 In the I'roliii'i- Court of Union Count. New Mexico. In the Matter of tho Estate of Matthias L. Sovll, Decensed. No 460. NOTICE OF I'l.VAl, ItBI'OKT Public notice is liereby given by the undersigned In pursuance of an order of tile above court, duly mnde and signed, that he has filed his final :e port in the above estate and that the hearing thereon will be had befgre said court on the 3rd day of Ju'y, 1922. Any and all persons having objec tions lo sueii ropovt are, hereby miV- fied to appear befirre the coiirt on said hearing day, and present their objec tions. Dated this 1 1 til day of May, 1922. R. E. HAMULEN, 5-19 6-9 Administrator. NOTICE FOR I'l'llLICATION Department of the Interior, V. S. Luid Office at Clayton; N.w Mnx'co, May 6, 1922. Notice Is hereby given that David 15 Mock, of Seneoa, N. M., who, on June 13, 191S. made Homestead Entry, No. 024209, for KVfc Seotloti 26, Township 27N.. Range 36E., N. M." P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish olalm lo the land above described, before RcglHter and Receiver, IT. S. lind Of fice, at Clayton, N. M., dn tho 14th day of June. 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: F. W. Campbell, of Seneca, N. M, D. O. Waters, O. Hnlston, H. K. Mock, all of Clayton, Jf. M. H, If. ERRI5TT, 5-12 6-9 Register. N. M., who, on April 17, 1918, made Additional Homestead Entry, No. 022700 fer W'AWH Section 21, Township 22N., Range 30E., N.M.P. Meridian, has filed nofjee of Intention to mako Final Thre Yenr Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before F. II. Fos ter, U. S. Commissioner, at his office at Roy, N. M., on the 26th duy of May, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Canuto Gonzales, Juan Madrid, botH of Uueyeros, N. M. ' Candido Sandoval, Ilenjamln, Garcia, both of Kephart, N. M, H. 11. 15RRIÍTT, 4-21 5-19 Register, v NOTICE I'OH rUIII.IOATlO.V Derailment of the Ititerlnr 17 .and Office nt Clnyton, New Mexico, pri Su. 19ZZ. NOTICH Foil I'UIIMCATIO.V -In the District Court of the Eighth Ju dicial District of the Stale of New Meilco, Sitting Within and For hr County of 1'nlon. Frank C. Simpson, Plaintiff, vs. - No. 567? Annallsa Perrlfto and John Perrlgo, 'Defendants. The said defendants, Annnllza Perrl go and John Perrlgo, are hereby noti fied that tho plaintiff. Frank C. Simp son, has instituted In the District Court of Union County, N. M., his cer tain suit entitled and numbered as above. Thut the nature of plaintiff's demand Is as follows, to-wlt: Money demand on two ccrtntn nrnml.Dn. itcs. That the amount clnlmiuf l.ir plaintiff as duo and owing from said iienuaniB, is tne su mor 1535.00. with iterost thereon at tho rate of 10 per nt per annum from November 1st, 21, togetheryalso with tho sum of 50.00 as attorney fees, and all costs SUlt. all as IllOre fullv net fnrth In the complaint in said .cause filed. That nlatntlff in said net Inn fnr,v,n prays that his certain mortgage deeil securing ine payment of said promis sory notes, which mortgage deed wa executed on the 26th day of October, . I). 1316. liy the defendants, Annallzu errlgo and John Perrlgo, her husband. onveying and mortgaging vnto Okla- '"v "i nereoy given mat Carl H e-"""'111" '"ongaging vnto UKla- 'ottor of Kenton, Okla., who, on Dec. boma Farm Mortgage Company, the ft miC I .. , , . . n I fnllnu'luv ,1..DrtKlt..l -1 ... . ......... ... 1 en, ttiuuie, lO-WIl houthwest quarter of Section Twen ty Six (26) In Township Twenty Seven (27) N. R. Thirty One (31) E. N. M. P. M., containing 160 acres. and which said morte-nn-e ii.M t :ether with the notes secured therebv wore assigned by Oklahoma Farmt Mortgage Company to this plaintiff, e foreclosed. And said defendants. Aimnilrn to-- rlgo ami John Perrlgo are herehv nn mien mat 'unless thev and ennh mem entor or cause to be entered their appearance In said suit on nr h..fnr.. tho 26th day of June. A. D. 1922, decree- i iiu-LUftHissu and Judgmont by de fault therein will be rendered against you. IN witness wiinnnnp t ... hereunto set my hand and thn tal r.r sum uourt at Clayton. N. M.. thi. ii7iv. any or April, A. D. 1922. (SEAL) c. C. CALDWRT.T. Clerk of the Dlntrlnt uugn u. Woodward Richard A. Toomey Clayton, N. M Attorneys ror Plaintiff. 5.5 191S, made Original Homestead En Serial No. 024986. for HttJJWH. NJtSWU. SWi.íSWU, BV4SEU, Sec. 20; yí. neo. .-ii, .NMiNWH, NB'i, NE'iSE'i, Section 35, Township 31N.. linage ai.K, N.M.P. Meridian. h.i filed notice of intention to make Final Three ear Proof, to establish claim in th. land above dcrcvlbed, before Charles Jainnt, U. S. CominlKMltiner nl hio office in Clayton, N. M., op tho 1st day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Alejandro Craine. Alex Mncltnniin llorman P. Gtllrsnie. Thomas nilleonle all of Kenton, Oklahoma. H. H. ERRBTT. 4-2S 6-26 iioni.t?r - ta NOTICE FOII PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. Land Office at Clayton, New Mexico, April 5. 1922. Notice is liereby ulven tb.if Pimmin S. Dotson, of Cuntes. New Mevlrn tvhn on March 15, 1920, made Homestead En try, .No. ii20i,lb. for SWUKEti. srci.4 SWVi, Sec. 5, NWiSW4, SWiiNW'i, ec. WiiNEtí. KEliXKI!. rail SEÍ5, Sec. S, Township 30N., Range 35 r... .N.M.p. Meridian, has filed notlco of Intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the l.nn.l above described, before Charles P Tal. not, i.nlted States Commissioner, at his office at Clayton. N. A!., on ih asn, uay 01 .May. 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: C. C. Doby. of Guv. N. M.. !..! tit t AbeytB, John Taylor, Julian Mestaa, all or i,-iiiites, N. Jl, H. H. ERRBTT, -21 S-'" Register NOTICI I'Oll IMPLICATION" Department of the Interior.- II. S. Land Office at Clayton, New Mcklco April 25, 1922. Notice Is hereby given that John L. StltCB, of Amistad, N. M., who, on Feb. 21, 1919, mude Homestead Entry, No 026129. for Stt'l;, Section 6; NWW Section 7, Township SIN., Range 33E., N.M.P. Meridian, has filed notice of In tention to make three year proof, to es tablish olalm to th lanrt above d. scribed, before Recial U. S. Land Office, at Clayton, N. M., on me .no aay of Juno, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Ell LauJreth, of Hayden, N. M W. C Joffroy, of Con-f, N. M., Peter W. Frank of Clapham, N. M., Demetrio II. Mon- toya, of Clapham, N. M. H. II. ERRBTT, 4"is 5- Register. NOTICE iOIl PIIIIMCATIOS Dena riman. . Land Office at Clayton." NeMexicS .vprn u, izz. Notlco Is hereby given that John A Allen, of Stead, New Moxloo, who, o Fob. IS. 1920. made AHlltlnai tt .'lead Kntry. Serial N.f niiCni r W Sotlon 15. Township 22N Range above described, before Charles P. Tal 001, united states Commissioner, at h of May, 1922. j Claimant names as witnesses: James S. Savage, of Stead. N. M., Sam .Ury.T erecutlo'nand ftvlnr, nt T 11,1.1,. VI nr t,i . . I . -wvuiiuii HQU me i Taylor, of Thomas. N. jr.. rtnt.ar, 're 11 1 Ion, of Clayton, N. M George N. Matt , hews, of Stead, N. M. H. H. ERRBTT, ,4-1 6-'9 ReglBter. NOTICE FOII PUUI.1CATION Department or the Interim, tt Land Offloe nt Clayton, New Mexico, Anrll 14. 19S Notice Is hereby given that Qasparlta rAMAMA . .. 1 .1 ... . T J . . ceased, of Rueyeros, nardlng County, ' E-5-5-26 of 26; In the DNtrlrt Court of lie Eighth Jn- uiriai Illstrlet of ll.r Slnlr of Se,v Mexico. .Sitting Within nnd For the (.'ounlT of Union. The Morey Mercantile Comnnnv a corporation, Plaintiff, VS. Xf Defendant. SHERIFF'S .SALE Hy vlrtuo of an execution la.,, of and under the seal of the Dlst-let Court of the Eighth Judicial District of tho State of New Mexico, slttliiK v.,, uno mr me County of Union upon a Judgment rendered and docket ed In said court under ñm .1.. .... day of February. A. D. 1922, In an no- ....i wnorein The Morey Mercantile Company, a corporation i ni.i.i. and Sam Hadad is defendant. In favor of said plaintiff and nsninst said de- ien nam, ror the sum of SIX HUNDRED SIXTY-FOUR and 78-100 ($664.78) Dol- ITÍm ín0,,f 'iMd dnmnKs, together with $38.00 plus costs that may accrue, P us Interest to date of settlement, was directed and dellvored to mo assherlfr i and for said County of'Unlon, I have evlcd upon personal property belong ing to said defendant and described as follows, to-wlt: , 6," .Valr i hoes: C nrn8,e8, ia(i88; c mi, OH,: 21 LHale' Coats; Children's Coats; 20 Men's Suits' Sheepskin Vest! 24 Children's Calls; ',. T; ln veral': 13 Men's Work sn.n,:r., lMaleB' Underwear; 5 Suits Children's Underwear; 26 Work Shirts for Men; 1 Box .Children's presses; 37 Girls' Dresses 26 Pair Ladies' Silk Hose; 19 Pr. Ladles' o Í ton Hose; 64 Pr. Men's Hose; 2 Sweat- "u M,7: 32 1V' Me",B G'0ves; 16 hllk Handliereli Uf.. 1 . ce dry goods; 3 Ladles' Sweaters; 5 bx. As- 14 15 3 Hi., N.M.I". Meridian, ha fitoi! .i ... ' ...wm .t..,,.; . j hi'uur. i.nriifiR- v,uo.i... r , 01 intention to make Final Three Year sorted Handkerchiefs- sT.r . Proof, to establish claim to the above deaorlHo.1 h.f u... " " :.' '?""'" ""ng. t 'J he, ""''erslgned Sheriff aforesaid. p.rsonai properly, or so much thereof as may be necessary to of sale, to the hlaheai t,i,i,i. " at public auction at tho front door of Jess Jackson's store In Dedman, N. M.. In the County of Union. State of New i ?í lí8 "th day of My. A- "D 19Í2, at tho hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M on sold day, to satisfy said exeoutlom together with Interest and en.,. ...., i - - -Mr. scatv a on. DatefKat Clayton, New Mexioo. this 27th day of April, A. D, 1922. DAN T. nortTjnmo Sheriff of Union County, State of New Mexico. \n\n A. G. MIEIU .IKditur y Publicista OTHO CAÑONAZO DEL ESTADO DE NUEVA YOKK, QUE LES1 1A HECE THEUNO Y QUE DEJO A LOS DE.MOCHATAS MAS ATU1 DIDOS QUE EL DE MAINE. LE AN ESTO Y ECHENSE ESK TllOMlH) EN LA UNA. Hubo vid elección especial en el distrito No. :)7, on lias pasudos en el Estado de Nueva York, con ol fin do eligir un sucesor al Congresista A. H. Hougton (uien ileinilio de su cargo cuando fue nombrado por el l'residenlo Harding como Embajador a Alenianja. En esa campana la cual fue breve, los Demócratas con el fin de ensenar eme ellos son los hombres y con el doble proposito de probarlo al demás del pais quo la Administra ción esta unpopular, so metieron alli y hicieron una campana muy acri moniosa, pusieron su mejor pió ade lante, nominando al juez Irvine, el Candidato mas fuerte (pío "podían o pudieron haber hallado en el Dis frito y nuc son lns resultados o rc lumbidos? que el Congresista electo Henry. Republicano gano a su com petidor con una mayoría do cerca de 5.000 la cual es mas que la mayo ría normal de anos anteriores en este Distrito, el cual en varias ocasiones ha elogido Demócratas al Congreso. Si sacan algo do satisfacción los De mócratas de estas elecciones especi ales que lian sido tenidas en oslo o el ano do 1921, no sabemos como, que el Presidente esta haciendo lo mejor que es puedo bajo las eircunu staneias en que hallo la Casa, des pués de la Orgia do extravagancia y dispilfarro rio fondos Públicos en los ullimos i anos de régimen de los oblo recuerda' ojos días tenebrosos y no va a caminar de dias do buen juirio por dias de airón en !a Cabe Ya sea que crea uno in la teoria do evolución o no, entendemos lodos mejor que cualesquier eienlifiro la diferencia entre un Elefante y un Thirro. El Nueva Eslado, Tierra Amarilla, N. M. DEI'UNSION Necolasa Domínguez de Miera, ele condado, hija do Don Jose I. Domín guez y esposa murió en la residencia de sus padres en Miera, la semana pasada a roullas de un alumbra miento fue bien atendida por buenos doctores pero natía le biso beneficio ninguno, la devina providencia la llamo y tenia que irse. Sam Hadad, nys t,uits: 20 Rlankota. 7 ci..-. K ..; , . """"i i n s 1, me unders gned Slmrirr ., l" May" l'0'" M " U,e 2Mh dny SI?."' t0r -SJSi the0""''. NOTICB IS ITRtttinv .,,,J.