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tions are met in its operation for FCU''3 TIME FOR LITERATURE the benefit Of the people Who are English Literary M.n Astonished to taxed tO foot the bills, they may j Find Accurate Scholarship taka it to a higher authority or to j AmonB Americn- the courts and have the objec- An English literary man, wh visit tionable feature set a8Íde for theed "1,s country some years ago to lec- oceasion-the established facts !,ure- fnkI"lf H"" that he came not . , , ial expecting to find accurate scholar- in tne Case alwsys warranting I ship "among Americans, especially on Such action. ! purely literary subjects, adding affa- Our new settlers Often retard 4011 have been too busy and useful the Cause ef education in this!" nation In practical matters to give section by insisting that, virtual-1 mhJ "H" ,0 the ar,s and sraces of ly, the schools be conducted only j During the dinner at which lie made for the 1 Americans for that ÍS;lhl8 remark he criticised Shakespeare. exactly what it means where they ' sbRrply declarlns that his metaphors 1 1 n i- 1 , ""ten were absurd, "as, for example," employ purely English speaking he said. - Sleep that knits up the rav teacher3 to teach the Mexican eei sieave of care.' now ridiculous to figure sleep as knitting up a torn sleeve of a coat!" A young American sitting near him said modest'y: "l think the word is not sleeve, but slave, the thin fluff of a damaged web. It Is a technical ex pression among weavers." "In the Tnlted States probably!" retorted the critic Irritably. "Shake speare never could- have heard it. He meant sleeve." "I believe." persisted the American children. The Mexicans have lived in this country for the past 300 years and have attained 1 higher civilization without assis tance than many European coun tries. Have they no rights in the matter? The idea advanced by some new comers that if onlv Eno-lisñ speaking teachers are employed R. "old 7L IT the Mexicans will be forced to American word, but has been used for centuries by weavers' In Scotland and the north of Kngland." The visitor frowned and then with English frankness said, laughing. "Thank you. I was mistaken. Per- flaps I am mistaken about other things and will be corrected before I leave your shores." Won't Slight A Good Friend. "I." ever 1 need a cough medicine again I know what to get" declares Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals, Me., ..for, after using ten bottk-s of Vr. King's New Discovery, and seeing- its excel lent results in my own family and oth ers, I am convinced it is the best medi cine made for Coughs, Colds and lung trouble." Every one who tries it feels just that way. Relief is felt at once and its -quick cure surr rises you. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Hemorrhage, Croup, LaGrippe, Sore Throat, pain in chest or lungs its supreme. 50c and $100. Trial bottle free. Gnarantted by Sunnyside Drug Company. TO CONSUMPTIVES. Edward A. Wilson's Preparation of Hyphotpht te. and Blodg.tti from th original formula a the Soveiisn Cemedy for Consumption, Asth- m. Ulanh, La Urippc, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Maladies. Thousai-.ds of people any they have reliev ed by it. Those who have used it will have no oth er, and reccommend it to their fellow suf fers. It has cured many after they were itiven up as incurable by their phyaicions. Fur full particulars, testimonials, etc., address C. A. Abbot, Sole Agent, 60 Ann Street, New Yrok City, N. Y. learn the language is laughable were it not so serious a matter to over half our population. Cer tain bellicose elements in the North have been trying the past 60 years to force the South to equalize the negro. Proud races are not to be forced. Education being a business proposition, the same principles apply to it as to other businesses. Ifamarchant went to China to solicit trade, he would not force himself to learn Chinese, but would get an en- terpreter and pickup the langu age by contact and by aid of those who could speak it. Just so in the matter of our native people learning the official language of the United States. Let them learn it properly so that it will be of service to them and will hp n pleasure to have the accomplishment-just as thousands of .oui bright Mexicans are proud of their qualification to translate or . interpret. The human mird is the most plastic thing known to man. A jug factory would not employ a man who did not nrvW. stand the nature of clay or know how to mould it. Yet we are told by these people who favor the method mentioned, that a teach er who does not know a word of Spanish is the proper person to mould the minds of children about whose ideas and.'environment the teacher is as ignorant as the child is of the teacher's language l comers that I have not a very -.u upinion oí the so-called culture" of the east. When I mira Boston to get a view of that , much-vaunted culture , my eyes meet the rottenness of the Pennsylvania grafters and the methods of Tammany Hall . and I am thankful that I live in the -vest, where the grafting is conftned;mostly to the importa tions from that cultured section aforesaid. ' This article must not ba closed without mention of the present educational administration. The principle criticism of that admin istration is that it works 18 hours a day and expects its subordi nates in the counties to do the same, and it pays too munh nr. tentiorf to figures and reports and not enough to mixing with the People and allowing them to ab sorb some of its energy ard ideals. Superintendency, terri torial or county, is a business job, and must look to finances first and ideals of application next. Mr. Clark is now sur- rounding himself with business men who have been practical ed ucators in the past. At our De cember meeting the teachers will have many papers setting fcrth their ideas and the business eno will be there to take it all In. fui that we may expect suggestions mat may lead to better under standing, and therefore barter legislation for the future. . To ah of which let us say "Amen." GENEROUS AT WIFE'S EXPENSE Tired Wife Explains How Gets the Reputation He So Well. Husband Likes - "Yes," said the tired-looking , wom an, "1 have a very generous husband, and this is the way he gets that repu tation. The other day I worked and slaved in the kitchen for about ten hours making jelly. It was my first attempt, so 1 had considerable trouble and burned my fingers about seven teen times. It turned out pretty good, however, and of course I was proud and delighted. That night 1 put some cn the table for dinner, and husband got enthusiastic HOW HE SAVED THE CIRCUS Wonderful Story Put Up by Owner Called Forth High Compliment from Editor. Willis Cobb the circus man told this story: Years ago he was traveling through the south "with a wagon tent show and the press agent among other glow ing accounts of "what's comlm:," an nounced a "herd of 20 camels from the sandy desert of Arabia." When the show reached town. In stead of 20, there was but one sickly camel. Some of the country newsnn- pers paid no attention to thi3 slieht discrepancy, but when Cobb entered the office of a Georgia country editor he was mad enough to fight. "I saw your parade, sah," said he, "and you lied to our people. I've a good mind to roast you. Where are your 20 camels you made my paper say vou've got In your show?" "I'll, tell you how it was," explained Cobb. "When we passed the swamp on the way here It was full of alliga tors, and without the slightest warn ing they leaped upon the bank and devoured all but one of the camels. We put up a brave fight, but it wns no use." v The editor gazed at Willis a couple of minutes and then said: "Yours a good one. You ought to be a Geor gia editor. Come out to my house '.a dinner today. I want to Introducá my wife to the biggest liar on earth. She'll be glad to meet you." Office Femininity, Women may flaunt their independ ence as much as they like," said the "Next day he was visiting a sick ' servant man, "but they seldom juse meir lenanimiy. ir you take mend of his, a man, by the way, quite able to buy anything he might want and whose wife never lifts her fin ger. On leaving, Mr. Generous Hus band says: 'Wife made some pretty good jelly the other day. You might like some. I'll send you up half a ,d07.n jars.' "N'ow, wouldn't that frost you, or rasp you, or whatever they say? Half a doten Jars! After all my work, to hand that jelly over to a man whose wile is too lazy to breathe! I made exactly eight Jars, so we will have one more, unless be has already promised it to somebody else." How to Receive Advice. More wisdom is required in taking than In giving advice. It should sel dom be taken whole. The great thing, as we believe. Is to take none which is out of character. To do so Is to regret It. If we are naturally slow of decision, we shall be hurried into promptness at our peril, if we are by nature placable and polite, we must not. take advice to be arbitrary, even In the best cause, says a writer in the London Spectator. If we are impulsive, we should take counsel with a man of the same temperament and stronger mind; but not with the phlegmatic, though he be the wisest slowcoach on earth. We all know our own defects, and If we are decent people at all our moral constitution has set tin certain compensations. To disturb these Is to court failure. So far as the Isolated act Is concerned, rashly accepted advice may be good enough and successful enough but how are we to go on? We have started on a course which is out of character, and we shall stumble until we get back Into our stride. A Popular Fallacy. The generally acoepted belief that a person Is useful In proportion as he Is busy Is controverted by a writer, who says: "I have a dog that is loaded up with fleas. In the summer time, when the fleas are plenty, that Is the busiest a look at those stenographers and type writers wno nestle about In every downtown office, you will find them between business hours at work on sume little thing they would hftve done If they had been nt home, a piece of embroidery, a doilie, hem stitching a handkerchief or embroid ering a centerpiece or something. The lop drawer of their desk Is alwa."3 fii'l of feminine things, needles and thread and srdsfors. In fact, there aro very few of them that I have seen who don't make their part of the of fice, in spite of their work, as much like home as possible." New YorK Times. Artificial "Ccffec" Factories. According to the statistics of a Paris paper which has investigated the subject, there are no less than 106 factories in Prance for the man ufacture of artificial coffee. These factories turn out 24.000 tons annu ally, while there are 588 such estab lishments in Austria-Hungary, in cluding 412 for the manufacture of coffee from figs and in Germany nearly líí.On hands are employed in the trade and the annual output Is 100,008 tons. It follows that a large quantity of "coffee" which we drink has not an atom oí the real berfy in It. The list of substances out of which It Is man ufactured Is alarming. Cereals soaked with beer, brandy or rum. chestnuts and horse chestnuts, haricot beans and broad beans, carrots, dates and, finally, the hard roe of the cod. The annual output of what Is charmingly called "fanciful coffee" for Europe is estimated at over 257,000 tons. WORK OF THE GENEALOGIST His Compensation Depends ori Hi Being Able to pet Up a Really Handsome Family Tree, The principal workers from the out side in the library of congress are those who are hunting up genealogies. They begin early and work late at this task, and they are paid variously, ac cording to the genealogies they work out, declares the Washington Herald. "To trace down an ordinary genealo gy, said one of these researchers the other day, "I receive $20, but if I am able to procure a real, handsome gen ealogy with a duke or a baron or a touch of royalty in it, then I get al most any price my conscience allows me to charge. One American family now don't be curious, because tho family happens to live outside of Washington gave me $500 for getting up a lovely family tree for them, which included the privilege of using a coat of arms with royal quarterlngs. I believe they were called down for using tills coat of arms in England, and so they lay It aside when they are in Europe; but in America it appears in great splendor on their stationery, carriage doors and table linen, and if is said the women of the family have it embroidered on their lingerie, being unaware of the fact that the distaff side of the family are not entitled to the coat of arms, but only the quarter lngs of their father's and mother's arms on a lozenge. Don't pity the poor genealogist, for we are probably as well paid for our work as any of thoso who must work for a living." HOTEL de CAMP. ROOMS, 25 Cent., MEALS, 25 Cents. DAY BOAD, $4.50 per WEEK; BOARD and ROOM, $5.50 per WEEK. D. HOODENPYLE, Proprietor. SUNNYSIDE, NEW MEX. After the Dance1 Have a Midnight Lunch at FORT SUMNER RESTAURANT Light lunches will be served after each DANCE or ENTERTAINMENT held in A. Brawn Harris's New Hall ;'. Mrs. M. Philion, Proprietress. 5th. STREET MEAT MARKET. CURTIS & WOLFLEY, . Prop's. . The Best Line Of Fresh and Cured Meats In Town. "Cut Of Town Orders Solicited." livery Stable and Feed Yard. HORSES BOARDED BY THE MONTH. ADOBE CORRAL CAMP WITH CEMENT FLOOR, HACK MEETS ALL TRAINS. W. M. HUNTER, Prop. SUNNYSIDE, N. M. Plausible Explanation. , The depot of Meridian, Tex., is about a mile from the business part of the town. One night a sleepy, weary trav eling man said to the darky who was driving him to the hotel: "Old man, why In the name of dog I ever saw; when he isn't biting, n 0 tlley put tnls de"ot 60 far at the fleas he's snapping at the flies, i '"l twn,?" He nevnr has a minute to spare but ' y scratched hlf head in when he Is the busiest he Is the least ; tl,0l'sht- aind replied: account for practical purposes And' "Waa1, bo83' la fot,pd to a'mlt dat there Is a young fellow In my nelirh- 1 hasn,t Kivo de matter s'flclent cog!- borhood who has a Waterbury watch, ' lJuon' oul f 8 JUInPl P fer a answer u,o, í a yvov uev uuue uai so as tn ana ne snioKes cigarettes. When he Isn't winding his watch he Is lighting a cigarette. He Is a mighty busy young man, but he Isn't worth two hoops in a water barrel." Rule (Tex.) Review. j have de depot as near as possible to ae railroad. I.lpplncott'g, THE MODERN GIRL AT HOME Dainty and Pretty, and All That, Their Ways Would Shock Their Grandmothers. tne two girls had written, asking the woman to tea. Thev wanted tn meet her, to see how she looked and behaved, for some reason or other. When she arrived she found a beauti ful studio furnished In exquisite style, lor one of the girls was an Interior decorator. She found the two girls of much daintiness and prettlnees and exceedlng'y modest and lovely, so much so that she was half afraid to breathe In their presence, afraid she might say or do something to shock them, bavin; lived for some years In a Hohemlan set. She drank the tea they gave her and talked on different topics which she thought would inter est young girls. Finally one of the girls, pointing to a cigarette stub, in an ash tray 011 the window sill, said apologetically: "I suppose that shocks von awfullv. uoesniir; It belongs to Stella. She will smoke now and then." The woman took heart, "it doesn't shock me so very much," said she. "I'd like one." Stella hastened to find the box of cigarettes. "That was why I left home." she said. "My father told me I liad either to leave home or qu't smoking." I he other girl. In the beautiful n'nrl dainty white lawn, with small pink roses in it, arose and eninir tn tho drawer of her desk brought out a box. She opened it and took out a small perfumed cigar. These," said she. "suit mo liottor Cigarettes are too mild." Notice to Homesteaders! If your notice of intention to make final proof on your homestead appears in these tolumns, read it carefully, and If you find any error in the dates, de scription, or spelling of names, it should He reported to this office at once, so it can be corrected. It might delay your final proof should an error be allowed to remain in the notice. CCNTCT KOIKE. Deperir""it n t" Tr.tpH'r, U. S J-sind Office. Roswell, N. M.. Cc;. 2, 19.:. A mifficiii.. tUiLai. MifUv.L navi, it tiern fiitd in thin uihee by I-'ticr YocKty. irn estLnfc, ai aliiHt npftt-ai.' Fntry No )l?4ij murif Oct. 1- li''"'. f t north-ecst 1-4. Scttim 2.T1.wn,jli:T) 2 n.. Ri.nae 25k.( n.m.p. Meridian, byTA iili ni'ltm a n Cotues- .11 v.iiicn it .s J...P.V.U .hj,L a:d tntrvrntn hss who.ly abanUdned sait! It-n t f r n.oi-e thnn 8ix mtnthslast pas.., eaid rartita sre hereby notified t ar-tar, respond, i.nd olt'i r evicence Luuhiru said al'i paticn at lu v dock n. m. cn I'iec. 1, 19()9, before Kr eiftrr fir.fl í wc-f-r at the Un.tiid States Land Office in Roswell, N. M. 1. C. lUlotBi.n, Register. oct nov 27 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'. Department of the Interior. U. 8. Lr.ml Ofiiee t Rcswelt. N. M.. Oct. 21, 1909. Notice is hereby given that Lea William, of La Lande, N. M. who, on June 1st, 1907, mae'e H. E. 18092, for SW 1-4, Section 25, T.mnahiv'a N. Eaue 26 E. N,M P Meredian. hu filed notirt of intention to mako Final CommuUtion proof, to establish claim to thn iand above drauribed, before Charlea C. Henry, U. S. Commiasioner. at hi of fice in Fort Sumner, N. M., cn the 8th day rf De cember, 19.9. Claimant names I'd witneraea: W. M- Hunter. J. A. rerkins Cud Purkitis, P. G. AlltirHse, all of Sunnyside, N. M. T. C- Tillotpon, Kv'.vleter. Oct3ftdee4 CONTEST NOTICE. Elvira's Way. The teacher (reading) "Then the gfrl warrior faced the mocking foe ind unsheathed her deadly weapon. H What doea that mean, children' Well Elvira? Elvira Please, ma'am, I think It means she stuck out her tongue Cleveland Plain DeaLr. Department of the Interior, Uuitcd States Lend Olice. RofiWfcll, K. Nov. tí, .j&. 9. A p-jfheirnt ctnttsL i-fhdavit hav ns been filed n íhia ofiiee by tftury E, McFr;.nci, cintestunt, 'gainnt rtemtalead ntry No, 5J4i9í, marie March feih, 198, for UC0 acres) Norihwtat Quarter Section IS, Tov.nBHp2 North, Rane 25 East by iomund l. tarrcl, CLnlestee, m whicn it ia al-t-Red ihr.t Ecmund T. Carrol has failed to t Bt so is n his rtskunce tn said Ii nd, i nd that said ;ract is not flettled upon, cultivated and improved, ty said party is required by law. Saiti pprt:es ere nt-rtby noiitíed lo appe: r respond, nd offer evi ience touching a id alienation at lu o'clock a. m. n January Si h, 1910. before W. M. Wetíd'ngion, wii.ted States Ctmniifisi ner, Ricarr e, N. M., 'ano 'hat final hearing will be held at n ne o dlock a. m. n January lt5l h. 1910, before) the Pesie ter and Keceivcr at the United Statts Land Clfice in Rcs e!l, N. A. Thenaid ccntCEtant having:, In a proper affidavit, liied November bth, 11V9, set firth facta which ahow that aftrr due diligence personal service of ih;s notice carnot be macte.it ia heieby ordered md direc ed that such ni tice shall be given by iuc rnd proper publication. (Nov20) T. C. Tiixotson, Register. Serial 04238-9 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Inferior. U. S l.uni at Koswell. N. M.. Oi t Ui ui . Notice is hereby yriven that Wtd n F C.wñ-m one of the heim of Ewell F. Gillespie. Ee,"i.v who on Juno 22. 3P99, made H. Entry 115, Serial ñ 04239, for E 1-2 N-EJ-4, Section 2, Twp. I n , it PS E.f and on July 29, 1899, ms.de H. E. lHTO Serial Ko ror k i-z b-e 1-4. section ih. Township a n I Hsr.pre 26 E.. N.M.p. Meridian, haa filed notice of i intention to mike Final Five Year Proof, to '( Uish claim to the land above described, before W M. 'VVeddinííton, U. 3. Comr.. at Ricardo N. IA .in the 11th day of l'-ecembfr, 1309. I Claimant names t-s witnesa: Brov.n Tíarris. Will Mnxwtl;, Ira p. Gillespie, banc Scndoval: 1 all of Sunnvside, N. M. T.C. Tiüotson. Rep-hter. oct23-nov27 Serial (WÍC3 . NOTICE FOS PUBLICATION. Department of the Intent r. United States Lani Office at Rnsweil. N. M., m. Notice ia hereby priven that Martha E. Walker, of Ricardo, Guadalupe Co., N. M. who, on Marvh 28, IÍH8, mate Hcmeatead Entry, No. 2467. Serial no, 08603, for N-E 1-4 Section 32, Township 2 n., Ranei 25 e.. n.m.p. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Commutation ntfoof, to tablish cLlim to tha IfnH nhnu (it .-rihiul u4-nnA ! V. M. Weddington. tJ. S. Comr., at Kic&rclo, N. m.. ku wi qui nay oi uecemoer, isu. Claimant names as witnespes: J. R. Walters. J.J. Black, W. K. Montague, J. N. L'ne; all of Ricardo, N. M. T. C. TiliotBon. Register. oct 23 nov 27 CONTEST NOTICE Wonderful Clocks. Five wheels and a . small hfitton i no uuuure of tho Age. virtually consume the mechanism of a We are now passing through the wonlerfl dock just Invented in Eng ag of the Distribution of Knowledge i land' u run three years without The pread of the English-speaking a,,e"on. and at the end of that time race since JS50 and the cheapness aU ,hat iB Telred is to attach a new of printing, hnve brought In primers batterv- and handbooks hy the million. All ' An0,her new English clock enables the books of the older literatures are the Possessor to ascertain at a glance far lh& mm 30 DAYS' THIftL FOR S:.00. On sale at tie bminsuio llru Co's. being abstracted and sown abroad in popular editions. The magazines ful fill the same function; every one of thorn is a penny cyclopedia. John Jay Chapman, "Emerson and Other Essaps." An Excuse. Mttle Fritzie If you please, papa, (Jan't whip me so hard remember how It hurts mamma! Meggendorl cr lliffotter. the mean time, thf meridian and rela tive position of every part of the em pire, besides being able to witness the actual speed and direction of tho earth's rotation. The motive power Is a clock in the base of the stand, and the apparatus requires winding only once a week. In a Questionable Enterprise There are occasions when it s i,n. íoubted,, better to Incur toss than to make gmn. Plautus. "Bread" and "Pigeon" Seed School children In the crowded parts of New York do not speak of corn and oats and wheat by those names, but r.'ways refer to them as "seeds." The other day in one of the big schools the teacher was talk ing to her pupils about earrlent,,!. She ended with a request for each pupil to bring a few seeds the next day to be planted In the window boxes. The following morning the children appeared mostly with either oats, wheat or corn. While putting a few rjrains of each In the earth the teacher referred to them by their fa miliar names. One of the girls in the class took courpge to "set the teacner rigm" and said: "Some one must 'a to'.d you wrung, teacher That" pointing to the wheat "Is bread seed, an' that yellow stuff ain't corn; it's pigeon seed. We always call them that In1 the block where we live." Department of the Interior, United States Land Oflice. Santa Fe N. M. Oct.. 25 19..D. A sufficitnt contest affidavit having been Piled in this office by John A. Miller, contestant, a- rainat Homestead Entry, 144589, made June 9th, 1908, for Southwest 1-4 Section 7. Township 2 N. Range 21 E. N. M. P. Meredian, by James F. McMeekin, Contestee' in which it is alieged that said James F. McMeekin has wholly abandoned said land for a period of more than six months, next oreceeding October. 22nd 1909 the date of said contest añida vit and was not at said time residing upen and cultivating the same. . Said parties are htreby notiñed to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegations at 10 o'clock a. m, on Dec. 27, 19C9, before Frank N. Page, U. S. Court Commissioner at Buchanan, K. M., and that Una! hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on Jan. 7. 1910. before the Meglster and Receiver at t'ie Uni ted States Land Office in Santa Fe, N. M. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit filed Oct. 26 1909, set forth facts which shów that CONTEST NOTICE. . Department of the Interior, United State Land Office at Res eil N. M., Oct. 2, 1M A sufficient contest affidavit bavin? been filed in this office by George Vockey, contestant, against ;meieao: fl-ntry, wo. sum, made Sept. 23. for N-w 1-4. Section 25, Township 2 N.. Ranjr2fi k, n.m.p. Meridian, by William T. tilasscock. Contes tee in which it is alleged that said en try man haa wholly abandoned said land for more than six months last pant, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allefration at 10 o clock a. m. on November 30, 19ii9, before the Register and Reciveratthe United SUtes Land Office at Roswel!. N. M. JT. C. Tiilotaon, Register. oct2.1nov 27 that such notice be given by due and proper pub lication. Manuel R. Otitro, Register, nov 80r-(?ec 4 ,,-jCaaotn ano jo jojoo oin nam JiiBdop jnoX jo ajXja qj oas jaqjBj pj nq nmu 5Snb oqj P9J9MSU8 op naA iqnop oj , "aoajsil paqjnoui -pnoi pa.iT.pop t,'o3 i su Ana Ag-pooo Xes oj 6uM CONTEST NOTICE. Tepartment of tho Interior, United States Land office Roswell, N. M., Oct.. 70i. 19C. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Susan Duvall. contestant, against H. E. No. 11011. made Feb., lith, 1907, for N 1-2 NE. 1-4 N 1-2 NW 1-4, Section 21, Township i, N. Range 27. E. by Wülinm Akers. contestee, in which it is ailedged that said William Altera hss wholly abandoned tho said tract: that he haa changed his residence thereform for mora than after due diligence personal service of this notice "ix months since making said entry and next prior can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed , to tne dnte hereof; that said tract is not settled upon and cultivated by said party as required hy law; that his alleged absence from said land waa not due to his employmtnt in the Army, Navy, or Mar'ne Corps of thi United States as a private soldier, officer, seaman or marine fiuring th. war with Spain, or during eny other war in which the United States may be encoged, and t his. the saU contestant, is ready to prove at such tima siiL place as may he named hy the Register and ver for a hearing in said cate, and he therefor asks to be allowed tn prove said allegations, afU that said homestead entry No. 11011 may be dit" clared cancelled and forfeited to tha Ilnli.j j States, ha, the contestant, pay my the expeasss of such hearing. Said parties are hereby notified to ! appear, respond and offer evidence touching said I allegations at 10 o'clock, a. m. on Dec. 4th, lgon, j before D. J. Townley, U. S. Commissioner at La j Lande, N. M. (and that final hearing will bo held at 9o'clock a. m.-on Dec, 18th, 1909 before) tha Kegiatcr and Receiver at the United States Land Otiiee in Hoswell, N. M. Em Hucceed when everything else fells. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remcciy. as inousanas nave destined. FOR n!DNEYll.!VER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It is the best medicine ever sold I over a druggist' counter. i. r T. C. TiLLoiaoN. Reenter. Oct. 30. Dee. 4.