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n Y : ' '- A P. A. STAKCK PRR3tDir.T It u t o 1 0 t-"roj!i Foe- f a;::' '-.-r- : . - iVv. ; jl fi- FREE' TRSfi t toun Sava 3150.G3 cr Ksra shfn i:ini'l ti v . 1 (ti.tm orr fnftrv, nt prions Uwt nav? y m vpwn:-.! '.( P'fiO.no in (ho cost of ymir "i ? vAtunUx to f.nnih I you a btt-T liail'i fr tl:e money tlmo you v:ti Imviiio (ituwlv-rv. 011 are nsiirp t or i-:ninx a satisfactory swet ton. ! tlund.le hfli gradr? piano. 25-Ysar a2r:?co livery Stare!; ri.-. I; p-iuruutwil fr 2' y:i:-. TV (?iiur.int' 0 I:;: 1 I'ir'.; ot it our 80 yr.tr of pi.ino rvrMriciite, am! the repu tation "f 11 ii old-rst iWA-lied, responsible pi:no lie use. 60 Free WtvJ.c Lcscsns s 1 ton ci We 'w ill elilp you a fconu!fit Htau k r!cn f. r C9 iVy f-o 1 rial, !n your home. No c-afh vV'u;nl Uiiuiie.l. All we r.slj I.i tha.: yi,u v.-1 1 1 play upon, uhii uiiil test this ijhiiiu f.r ;:u i'nyj. :(, nt i 'ie -!!'! i f Hint litre y; u do m-t find It tho hic'u-st K'.'i.h nwct'ii't t-TiP.l un I tinrst phirm In i.vory v,:iy, i'.,ut you hnvo ever scon for Uie i'io!i' , y-tu aru r jK-ri'pct l.'.'rty to s- if it )ar,j:, and will, in that e&nt, I '.y tl...- : ii; b-:h ni-jj. Ihls i'tarok 1 Inno nusl n.ike nood witli you, or thore in no flc. Von pay no oj .h il-iwn, bi t nitor 20 tlayi rt tml, you cuti hrpiti pityniftit on the lovf i, rr;-i"St term1! over siiKjfstnl by a piano in- ;iu!uiMitri,r. Thfse ti'nns aiu omuufcU to ruft ! tr ;iintiintxv nr.J it ii poKsibl for v-ju t.i buy u pieno (or your home, without . S zrck Piayer-Manos Kiaix't I'Jyor l'irtnoa ain tN-j trst o?mI most leautt ( il i'K'.vcr Tianos on the i.iarkrt. Voii will be de liuhted with the nmny cx cliuive features of lliest! wmuii-rful iiHln.mnilfi, and will b? pli an'a with the v-y low prirts nt tvhich Piano Ccck Froa Krrtl tothiy for our nrvr bnaKtifi'Uy ilhrstmte piano book WiiicU gvc you a Ir.i'ge anrount of Itu'orma Hon rrpardir.g- phir.oi. This book . will interest To rvr ry pu rt hr. -or c f Ptawk Pianos, wo cive frf mu:!e IrssuH, in ore t f the brst l:rio-.vn tehoold in t'liioaifo. 'I : -so h'saoin you ran tUe in your owr. liome, by niitih 'J'hi rcprrspnta one vnii'j fri-e imt;';?rthn. P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., ttar.raTgai.'ag- a l.i. -i?e mmihrr ot -lightly nv r.nd frcv'niri-hjnJ pianos of all )tful;nl maUe toict n In ex r'.i;tiRi' for r.ew fcit.ire?c Vinno-i nnI Flayt-r-IManoa. The foMow h'j ar a few supla bargains: We'jcr 110.00 Steinway 9200 Chiclrcring 00.03 Kimball 05.00 Staick 105.00 Rend for our latest complete second-band bargain list. 1326 torsk B!d., CHICAGO Hog Colera Serum Prevents the deadly disease. Use it early. McCain Drug: Co., Kosweii, ix. m. " I1 Furstnow Saddlery Originatop'of the Saddle that made Miles Cty Famous. No. 88 Saddle Price S60.00 A n i rifttiuku n u rt U 4 RrtSwfcl.h, N, M. Attorney. f Praetlolng before all court. I Especial attention to United States Land Office proceed T . in"? TOffle BRAND DIRECTORY TiBTRicB.A.wnnK seFlret National Bank Bldg.l It L. &0BERS0N THE BARBER . NORTH side -:- T KENNA, : : NEW MEXICO I 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.4'f'l-4'iH'4' MISS FLOHENCE D. CLARK Boa?,, New Mexico. HEHSOME "in, NO OTHER LIK IT. NO OTHER Aft C60D. Purchae the NEW HOME" and you -will have a life aiwet at ihe price i-ou pay. The eli miration of repair ex pence by superior work manship and best quality ef material injures life-ionK service at minimutu cost. I ' . - WARRANTED FOR ALL TlNiS Timixt on havinit tha known the WorW over for superior sewing quati tiei Kot sold under any other name. ' The new home sewing machine co ORANOC, MASSACHUSETTS, roii alc av Dealer Wanted. - The New Hdme Sewiwg Machine Co., Chicago, III.. FTT EXCURSIONS WRITE FOU FREE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. I 5'M''-508 Main St., Miles City, Montana. . Account. New Mexico State Normal School, Silver City, N. M. Season 1916. . On condition of an attendance of 50 by rail, holding certificates howing purchase of one-way tickets to Silver City, on May 2(5 to June ii, inclusive, at reg ular one-way fare, will be hon or'd for return tickets at one third fare if presented on or be fore Aug. 2, 1916. For further information se 1 T. O. Elrod, Agent KENNA, NEW MEXICO National Highways Associa tion, Washington, 1). C, in the interest c;f "(loud Roads JO very, where" i.-; Oj'iioring It!'! cash lrizes total in . ,?'2.j(mj for jiholo grajihs. I'd! J n r i ; u!ar:j may bo obtained by addressing the Association. AH photographs mutt bs of pome road in the United States. It may bo the best road or the worst road to bo found. Kemp Lumber Company, ELI DA, N. M. Wire, Posts, . Cement Lumber and Building Material, -Sash Doors and Hardware. CHARLES J. MACKEY, Manager There la more Catarrh In this section of the country tlian ail oibvr 4lMvwe put together, and until the Uat tew Yiws Wks suppuied to be lnetirabie, hn a (treat msriy yera tloctors pronounred It a toral diseai and prescribed knl re wt tea, and by vouuntly fuiiiun to cure with total treatment, broimuiitttl a birun&ble. Mi imice has proven C nUrrtt Ui Iw eoiibtliuttonul tlv ett!t, and uereiura reouirea oontltutionsl treaimem lull's tatarrb Cure, manufactured by V J. 1 beuey r Co., 'loledo, Ohio, la Hie only ( Mtstliut tonal etire on Ihe market.- It la taken internally tu dowa fnua 10 unM to a euapKMtui. it acts direetiy ou uu blood and mucous tmrfitcee or the ayntein They offer one nunurra umiars lor any ciuw it laiia to cure, bckd lor rirruiars and testunoniuts. AudrrM: K i. ( lit ;Li' A CO.. Toledo, Ohkx ffrX by InticlvtA, Ibc. 'iaka Hall t uiHy 1'Uls for couttaatloii. ten IV Practically a Daily at the price af a Week- TS'o r ier Newspaper m the worm gives as m. i at so low a jint-c. C. C. LAYTON, Boaz, N. M. Saine brsntt on left nhouklcr of hoi s. J. il GREAVES, Kenna. - - , - N. M W DAN C. SAVAGE, Kenna, - N. M Bulls! Bulls! When you need a Bull - see FRANK GOOD, Kenna, Neav Mexico. 8 O -.8 Watches, Clocks and Jewelry KEI'AIKED BY . O. W.'C. Smith, Graduate Kansas City Polytechnic, ' ELIDA, NEW MEXICO. All work Guaranteed. SOOCOOOOS09000000&( I W. J. Smith, M. D. I V Physician and Sergeon Calls Answered Night lor Day. v y ELIDA, NEW MEXICO : Kesident 98 NEW MEXICO .Office : 18 Resident 98 CHAS. A. REYNOLDS ATTORNEY-ATXAW OFPICE ALLISON BLDG., S. E. COR. SQUARE R0SWELL, NEW MEXICO. DAVID L. GEYER LAND OFFICE PHACTICE A SPECIALTY. ROSWEI.L, N. M. 'A NEW YORK WORLD There has never been a time when a newspaper was more needed iu the household. Thb treat war in Europe has now entered its second year, with no promise of an end for a long time. These are world shaking events, in which the United States, willing or unwilling, has been compelled to take a part. No intelligent person can ignore such issues. The Presidential contest also - will soon be at hand. - Already candidates for the nomination are in the field, and the cam- nnimi owinc to the extraordi-,. nary character of tho times, will liu (if siiiii-piyih mtfifest. No other newspaper will inform you with the promptness and cheapness of the Thrice-a Week edition of the New York World. The TitKttJfi-A-WEEK WpfeUiy regular subscription price is only $1 0v) per year, and it pays for 156 papers. We otter tins un equalled newspaper and The Kenna Record together tor one year for $1.65. : Ttio rerruiar subscription price of the two papers is $2 00. Every Intelligent Person Should Learn How Id WFitC; More than a million people are employed J in tje publishing , business in the United States, and all of them "had to begin." They are dropping out every day, and some one must take their place. There must be writers for The Newspapers : Magazines Moving Pictured - They pay more for the same class of jervice than most of the professions. With a table, a chair, paper and a typewriter you can begin now; and you do not need to give up your prasent occupation or employ ment. Even if you do not wish to take up journalism as a profession, there is no bet ter mental training than learningfto write. --y The man or woman who write, is auto matically throvn in touth with the big peo ple who are shaping the destiny of the state and the nation, and the big things that are. taking place in the new development of the country. The fundamentals are carefully and simp. y arranged in our Correspondence Course of Instruction. A Washington correspond ent who has written for every class of publi- cations during the past twenty-five years - has arranged the work, and is in charge of the course. Money "back if you are not , satisfied. - - Write today fo, infotmation, U. S. PRESS ASSOCIATION, ' Bond Building, WASHINGTON, D. C. FARMERS! Send 25c for a copy of The Farmer's Rapid Figurer and Calculator, the handiest book you ever saw; money back if wanted.';. C. Foster, Assump tion, 111. Node for Publication. X'oc-CorI 010538 0107J8 Department of the Interior, U. 8. Lnd Office 't Fort Suuiner, New Mexico, May If. 1310. Notice is hereby given that Jnmes M, Slier. man. of Konn. N. M., v im on Feb. 1, 101 1, made Homestead Entry. No, OllfilW. for NWK See. J5 anil on ly H. 1HS ninrte Add). Entry. No. ollT-.'S for NEW. Section VI. ITownblilp 9 , ltnuueSO H.. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed Doticie of intention to mnlte tlnal three year Proof to establish oIhIiii to the land above describ ed before Dn C. Hvie, U. S. Coininisnioner. 1 1 hi offlco at Kenna. N.. M., on the th day June, I'M). Claimant names aa witnesses: OnnrifeT. I.lttlelleld. Thouina C. Dlahona'un. Charles M. Hurher, Robert K, Fletcher, all o Kenna, N. M, A. J. Evan, Reglnter, M. SB-June 83.