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;m s .uAyCTiy! iim;iagtfJU3gjf jaws i&i 4fi ' IIEGENIIB'MW US WlNS MNTHOr TlOMBiJFE 5 " ' ANY MAN CAN BUY A FARM. -. tKlt o a ay 5 ' 1 have a widow. client who owns 400 Nacres of wild land in r 1 - 'V'-, aVT J J fi r iorinwei Wisconsin n wnicn isorinffino: her Mffftm a 4 no income. She has 113 it t1- 'rite"-!'- V V.r.fl ' aVJ I Kimball's DairyFarmetv 6"-.. ji&SSA ORE EN'S Fruit Grower IM0faBBaaaaBajaaBaaa i . ., v. I $1.25 Our 'aper and Any One of These Clubs5 $1.25 SEVERAL leading publishers of magazines have joined with us in one of the greatest subscription bar gain offers ever put out in this country. Through this combination everybody will be able to get a yearly subscription to three magazines in combination with our weekly paper at practically the price of our paper alone. J In this list you will find forty different periodicals formed into thirty-five different club3. Each club has 3 magazines, except one Special Club which has four magazines; some of these maga zines sell for as much as $1 a year. They are all good and cover a large variety of choice reading matter, including History, Music, Religion, Education, Fashions, Fancy Needlework, Illustrated Current Events, Home Decorations, Fiction, Literature, Drama, Art, Science, Inventions, General Farming, Dairy Farming, Live Stock, Vegetables, Fruit and Poultry. On account of the splendid contract we have made with the publishers of these magazines, we are able to give our readers a choice of any one of the clubs in combination with our paper one year for $1.25. Just 25c more than the price of our paper tlonp. This offer is made to everybody. If you have never subscribed to our paper before, we ask you to take advantage of this offer. If you are a subscriber to our paper we ask you to renew so that you too, may get 3 magazines extra.' Look over the list and celect the club you like best. Send your order today or give your order to our representative or call at our office when in town. If you are now a subscriber to any of these magazines and want to renew just send your order to us and we will have your subscription extended. If your subscription to our paper is past due, we advise you to pay up and take advantage of this bargain. If you are in the habit of buying your magazines through other channels, we ask you to justly compare our clubs and prices with that of any other offer you receive. You, no doubt, are now a subscriber to some of these periodicals. You can save money by sending your renewal order to us. Herets a chance to get your home pp.per and a yearly supply of good reading at a real bargain. If you want one or more of theee magazines s-nt to different addresses, just mention it. . TEIX ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ABOUT TH13 BIG OFFER ;i.i b '. t McCU' (with free pattern) Farm Life Everyday Life ( I.VD No. 2 Woman's World Peoples Popular Monthly Gentlewoman Cl.l'B No. 3 Hearth and Home Farm Life Household Maeaxlne OLU1I N.4 American Woman Farm Life Household Oueat CLUB No. 5 Today's (with free pattern) Farm Life Household Marsilne Vl.l'H N. Today's Iwith free pattern) Everyday Life Gentlewoman CLUB N. T Fancywork Magaslai' Everyday Life Woman's World ci.cn No. a Farm and Fireside Wornan'e World Horns Life t F.l'B No. Farm and Home Woman's World Household Guest ci.rn No. i o Today's (with free pattern) Woman's World Home Life CLl'II No. 11 Good Stories Farm Life Everyday Life CI.cn No. 13 Green's Prult Grower! Everyday Life Farm Lile ci.cn No. 13 Today's (with free pattern) Prairie Farmer Household Maeasine CLCn No. IS Today's (with free pattern) Gentlewoman Home Lile r:i.TH iw. 8ucce9nfu1 Farming Home Life Everyday Life ci.cn No. Tarmer'a Wife . Home Life liver j-day Life CLCIt No. Happy Hours Vnrm I.tfj. Gentlewoman 10 20 SPECIAL. CLUB Si Wommn'm WoHd Horn Lit i me Price Otht Poultry Item farm irev CI.cn No. 14 People's Popular Monthly Farm Progress Woman's World C1.CB No. 15 Poultry Item Today's (with free pattern) Farm Lile CLUB No. 16 Boya' Magazine HomeLl fe Gentlewoman CI.Cn No. 17 Kimball's Dairy Farmer Home Life Gentlewoman Ct.Cn No. 21 Farm, Stock and Home Woman's World -Home Life Cl.Cn No. 23 Vegetsble Grower Today'a (with frea pattern) Everyday Life - CI.Cn No. 34 Woman's World . Farm Lifa Today'a (with frea pattern) CLUB No. 25 Wornan'e Horn Weekly Woman's World Home Life ' Cl.Cn No. 20 Fancywork Magazine Gentlewoman ' Today's iwith free pattern) CLCIt No. 27 Kansas City Weekly Star Farm Life Everyday Life CI.CB No. 28 Gentlewoman Woman's World Home Life CI.CB No. 20 Kansas City Weekly Star Kveydny Life Home Life CI.Cn No. 30 Southern Rurallst Home Life Gentlewoman ci.cn No. at Farmer'sWkly. Dispatch (St. Paul Home Life Farm Life Cl.Cn No. S3 Rural Weekly (St. Paul) Gentlewoman Everyday Life CLUB No. .13 American Home Wornan'e World Gentlewoman CLUB No. .14 McCall'a (with free pattern) Everyday Life Household Guest n 5 -Ci'AaAlLWX--'!I.-l 4 ft .Y -VtoaWaaftfllfatal " t.-n a. Fabulously Rico Gold Strike Reported at Pin os Altos; $15,000 Shipment Made. (Santa Fe New Mexican) Siler City, N. M , Oct. 1 The news v as brought here yes terday of a fabulously rich roW strike by bothhe C. & 0. Min ing company, operating the Langston mine at Piuog Altos, and Wright and Siauber, lessees of the Pacific mine on adjoining Coincident with the report there was brought to a b a ri k here, m consignment of gold ore said to be worth between $12,000 and 15,000, taken from the Langston in i n in the past week. It id naiil that a v in has Ix en encounttred in the Iitnpston niillft W I) it'll p. ft I' 1' i irf.l,) nr - . . w -r - O ' - " assaying thousunds of dollars ri riiu rnn ftiui iiifir. r.ria fva in sight indicates the owntis have l)Oiianza that may rival the inin Pilv KTovml l mul llic i icli tnkes made at Uokliield. Likewisw Wright and Stauber tliv 1'iuino iniuv, by vroia All Kinds, of Job Work neatly done ut The Kenna Record Office. We carry a nice line of Writing papers, Envelopes, Cardu, Statements, Invoices, etc. Your patronage solicited. cutting, have struck a vein of gold quartz whioh carries values wkose richness in gold is almost unbelievable. . Mert Sugar Scandal. Th Oroctr'a Wtfe "Ach! no. my child, ve Mntiot to da beach so In da vlntar; but Ten da customer hat went awiy, you may take your iddla pall und tbvtt I aod play nit da iranu Uu iuiT''"tfrir'i Mmilast To Revolutionize Battles. It will be neceesary for the poeti t the future to revise Imagery nt they describe the conflicts of arms. Furi ous Frank and fiery Hun bo lenger straggle under a sulphurous canopy. Tbe lines of Tennyson In celebration of tbe eiplolt of the Light Brigade will become archaic. Soldiers on the eve of battle will not continue to dance until the roll of distant guns summons them from their partnors. Tbe battle field during the mobt tremendous grap pte may be as smiling a a plain of freveutie, aud the long of birds may ft fcmrd ii mlMllvi waintp ton EXCURSIONS Account of Dallas State fare at Dallas, Texas, Oct, 17 to -INov. 1, inclusive, 1914. Tickets on sale Oct. 15 to 29, inc., at $ld.40 for the round trip fare from Kenna. Keturn limit Nov. 3, 1914. One-half of these fares wiU ap ply to the sale of tickets to chil dren between the ages of 5 and 12 years.. For further information see T. O. Klrod, Atrent KENNA, NHVV MEXICO authorized me to sell this land for $8.00 an acre, one third down and the balance on terms to suit the purchaser. Will divide tract if desired; Purchaser can rent part ly improved sarm close by or can buy same. This with other adjacont lands I can sell so as to suit al y most any kindof cus- n tomer. Write mcv freely telling j u s t what you want, and $ i 1 believe I can do you i a lot of good, ft EDL.PEET, f DANBUKYvWISCOXST.. tf. Bulls! Bulls! When vou need a Bull j SEE 1 FRANK GOOD, l Kenna, New Mexico. I I j 100 BiCST QUALITY ENVELOPES witll your name and return address printed on them, sent postpaid for only 35c. I HAROLD HURD, Attorney. . Praetlcing before all courts. Kspecial attention to United States Land Ofiic proceed This is no more than you pay for y oar envelopes plain with out your return card. No matter where you are,, what your business, or where you live, you should use an envelope with your name and return address for every letter you mail. ' The envelopes we give you are the best quality white. The return card will appear as fol Isws: Afier 10 Days Return to THE KENNA RECORD " Kenna, New Mexico. jpeOOGOQOOOSOGOOGGOCOOOOCKX R. L. ROBERSOIM. 8 The Barber? -NOHTH 81DB Q Agent for tlie Panhandle Steam k v Laundry, of Amerlllo, Texas v Phone No 13 S &COOCOCOCOOQOOCQOOOOOOO(X9 4i SH'54,t I DAVID L. GEYER LAND OFFICE PRACTICE ,i A8PECILTY. ROSWCI.L, " N. M. :