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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS, County correspondence on matters of general interest is velcome and appreciated. Neigh borhocd news is especially de sired. All matter intended for publication should reach us as early in the week as possible, not later than Wednesday at farthest, and if by southbound train Bhould be mailed so as to reach us Tuesday evening. In writing names please use care to write them plainly and do not say "Mr. Smith, Miss Jones or Mrs. Farris," but write it "J. C. Smith, Mrs. A. II. Far ris or Miss Hattie Jones," as the case rosy be, so that the readers may know which Mr. Smith, Mrs. Jones or Miss Far ris is the subject of the item, and thus svoid confusion of names and parties. MRS. W. T. COVv'GILL, Local Editor. Let wonderful WASIIWAX do your family washing; save? rubbing and saves the clothes ; makes them clean, sweet anc snowy white. WASH WAX i: a new scientific compound tha washes in hot or cold watej without the use of soap. It is entirely harmless and differ ent from anything you havi ever used. Send ten cents stamps today for regular sizi by mail. You will be glad you tried it. Agents wanted to in troduce WASHWAX every where. Address WASHWAX CO., . St. Louis, Mo MONTHLY SUMMARY. JANUARY. Temperature. Mean maximum, 02-1 meai minimum, 30-15 mean, 47-52 maximum 78; date; 13&30ih minimum, -14; date 3rd Greatest daily range, 50. Precipitation. Total, 7-100 inches. Great est in 24 hours, 04; date, 23rd. Number of days with .01 inch or more precipitation, 2, clear, 18; partly cloudy' 8; cloudy, 5. D. C. Savage, co-operative ob server, postoffice address, Boaz, N .M. The Sweet Uiei of Adverelty. Yon cn wear out your old clothes You are not troubled with visitors Yeu are not persecuted to etanc sponsor. Begging letter writers wll let you alone. Impostors know It U useless to try and bleed you. You car practice temperance. You are not fool iihly flattered. You save many a debt and many a hoadache. Finally, If you have a true friend you'll find It out. Life. Gladstone's Literary Ambitions. Gladstone's literary alms nevei failed to annoy Sir Robert Peel. That literature would seduce Gladstone from politics was his fear. Lord Houghton, for Instance, related how he was at Drayton when "Church and 8tate" reached Sir Robert. Peel hastl ly turned over the pages and threw the book on the floor with the exclama tlon: "That young man will ruin his fine political career If he persists In writing trash like this." And on an other occasslon he marveled that man with a career befu'8 should waot to writs books, KENNA is one of the best located towns in New Mexico. It lies in a little valley on the Eastern Railway of New Mexico, a branch of the San ta Fe running: Southeast from Amarillo Tex,, through the towns of Hereford, Texico, Clovis, Portales into the far-famed city of Roswell, N. M., thence through the fertile Pecos Vally to Carlsbad, and on again into Texas. But first, a few lines about the NEW STATE; N ew Mexico. 122,000 Square Miles; 72,000,000 Acres of Land, 50,000,000 Yet Subject to Entry; 7,ooo,ooo Sheep, Producing, annually, 2o,ooo,ooo Pounds of Fine Quality Wool. l,5oo,ooo Cattle, Shipping over 2oo,ooo annually. RICH IN MINES. . GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, LEAD, ZINC, IRON ORE, and Billions of Tons of Fine COAL. A Population of 326,396 Must be a good country, where so many people pre fer to live. Now a little more about New Mexico, and then "we'll talk again of KENNA. There arc 3,500 miles of railroad u;l 200 miles inoro under- con l ruction. There are f i nils of ill kinds larg.i in size, best in nuility, including figs but. not ihrs, vegetables of -all classes dory shipped a thousand mil a, paigus, Mesiili valley edible i don (excellent Ionic for rheu nalisni or noui a'gia,) and all trials. Our wheat took first iiize for weight and quality at he World's Fair nt Chiougo, als second prize. 'ow Jfexico lfa!fa vk-lds fioni thioelo five crops a year. We have hay and all farm products, besides the precious metals mentioned In various localities there me tur quoise, unexcelled in the world, garnets by the pack, that cut in beautiful designs, onyx pctri fied wood peridots, bicarbonate of Roda, marble of many colors, billions of tons of gypsum, notio leum sail and building stones in varieties and co'ors. New Mexico has a doz'ii daily 115 weekly, nevei I s mi-weekly and n umeruus n. n it I dy and qui r terly periodical;3, rj ctt -gj New Mexico has a good system of public schools as can be found anywhere. Towns have from one to eight school build ing?, some costing $50,000 or more. There are 1, 300 teachers nule and females, about 100,000 pupils; many religious denomina tions havo schools and colleges in many towns, cities, vilages and even in Indian towns (pueblo-) with thousands of pupils. What we want to impress on your ml::: ibout KENNA is this: It Is a lit tle new town in a new country that you v.l-.t to live in. It is in CHAVES COUNTY, one of the best counties in the state, we have schools and churches, ;ood water, healthful climate, and we are surrounded by good lands. It is a dne farming and stock country. You can cet vou a vnnd is still good Government Land-within 15 to 20 nifes of k pnna ji ft li vnn run wt- 320 acres free by residing upon and cultivating it.. We have a United States vumiiiisaiuiici iKvv, anu ne win neip you to get land. We want you to come and build you up a home. If you want more information wi?tc this racer. GET YOUR EYE ON - raa, No M.