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II i. -.-i; II i ..:.-n..-r..:x .v.: I a tr c t i k n rti rn, .u r J I Mil llftxf&' n ' h HAROLD J4URD, I ROSWELL, N. M. Attorney. Practicing before) nil court. Especial Attention to United States Land Office proceed inge. . . . 3 Office First National Bank Bldo.1 TBItU. Hi YOUR We win k!ip ;-c-u a r-vi;i:lfui Ctr-.r. rir:iM f jr Co f:-co ir:.l. i.i your home. Nil ci-: h vuvkiom i eiiiui c-il. .All c ii k ! U..u u v.-:il lay upon. u r.nd test th! l!aim for S '.: . .. 1st ti c .: .! f tV,jt liv. . u .In ri.l linil It tho ii'Kbest Krutle. sv.i'cu': I tin-ivl au.i imm f i vvv v.i , y.m hiivn over -cen for tli" ni"i'' , ,n :,i t n"V'. I l..-,:r! . ixn.l it Iv.v. r r il .'lllt In that evnt, i-ay '.'. i b t;i .u;s. 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STAR OK PIAMO CO a' trial, ;.ru C; M If l.i;' iMlt OH tltB low- t f.;rk.-t turn- fi" HM;;rjU-i by a piuni I f':t our ctji:f-:ii( urft. nifl il h (nii;i"hl( for y.'M t.) hi y J fi.'iio f..r j-wr ! i ir, withoi.t 1:;'V; '.H :..ii:.l,.' tu l... 1 :i li'o iniiuliri' 01 .rt'ltlly u.'f! una wrnii'Miinl pi.in'ih ,i ull : i.'.'uhul iii ;.i taUrr. in r .. i'!nni for ivvv o:::rk ritini'. ifiu H.vcr-r:am:. f' !1 !;:g aro a few bujtrjiu;: Xfihcz $110.C0 Gteinwf.y 9.03 rhir'.:eiine D0C5 Kimball S3 00 atsrcl: 1D5.00 S?nl ft Oil' l;li(rt l-MlJ-k'tC c.n.l-ltnTiJ biu'auin Hit. . f teyar-iianos "Su'Vlhl i'l'yu-j jimou oro r'i list U!nl j'nist brnitti fi:l IMtiytr mi t!ic ir -irkr t. Voit will do 1Ii;L1! wah Ihc Hiitny ex cliiiiiv: f ntr.vii of iln :v WfTfulf-rfil iii-?t :Jiniii.l and v. ill N il'a,c.i ,-iih thr vtrv lcr prii-s nt vljidi l!:.-y c:ui !e nect'eJ f isr,3 Boo'i Free S-n I 1.rlny for oir new J-3u:f nJiy fHuTtmritl piino bnh: wlii'.'t b'K'' you a lurffo tx. fiint ct inionna li"n rc trflirrf piani'H. 1hh bok v,-;il ii.lr't it and pliaw yen, wnlo toduj'. siarvh nua,. cziic AGO 3? Hog Colera Serum Prevents the deadly disease. Use it early. ifS WWW McCain Drug: Co., Roswell, N. M. iiiJUiLWIl V'.Ifff'IIMSTi'r'AVCT Al Furstnow Saddlery Origlnatop'of the Saddle that made Miles City Famous. No. 86 Saddle Price S60.00 5V. M i - n .Jin ii. wlivw I j If I BRAND DIRECTORY the tmrice-a-week R. L. R0BERS0N THE BARBER , t NORTH SIPP -:- KENNA, : : NEW MEXICO I ft WKITE FOR FREE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. '500-508 Maiu St., Miles City, Montana. 8 The management of tlte State Li ve Stock and Products Expo sition announce the week lie-in-nils; September 18th as the next fair d.it' The boys and giild club wutk in poultry, hogs, c errata, sewing and co(kine; as c if;ani.rl y fctate will lio a fctions fcaturo this year. Word comes to Manager Crilu tie m all parts of the Valley of gnat er interest than ever. The swine and beef cattle depart ments aro making early prepa rations A full list of depart ments will bo announced soon. Evening New, ' 'HESH0ME Y my wife NO OTHER LIKE IT. NO OTHER A3 GOOD. Purchase the 44 NEW HOME" and you will have a life asset at the price you pny The elimination of repair opense iy uperior wtnrk tnamhip and best quniiiy vf material iuurc life-long service at minimum cost WARRANTED . FOR ALL TIME. Wit on having tho M NEW HOME". It i. knuwn the world over for mperior pewinff tiualU ttct. 'Not sold under any otltcr namp. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO., ORANOC, MASSACHUSETTS, re. .al. mr - . Dealer Wanted. The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Chicago, 111. Vi IS EXCURSIONS c 1 Prartically a Daily t the price a Week-' No other Newspaper in the world gives as much at so low a price. MISS FLORENCE B. CLARK Boaz, New Mexico. T" : if a , . P.oaz, ... C. C. LAYTON, N. M. Account. Reunion Scottish Rite Masons, Santa Fe, N. M-. June 1U-21, 1916. One and One-Third Fare for the Round-Trip, Tickets on sale June 17, 18, 19, 20, 1916, Final return limit June 26, 1916. Stopovers will bo permitted at Belen arid Albuquerque, N. M. One-half of theso fares will apply in the sale of tickets to children of eix and under 12 years of age." For further information see T. O. EIrod, Agent KENNA, NEW MEXICO Kemp Lumber Company. ELI DA, N. M. Wire, Posts, Cement, Lumber and Building Material, Sash Doors and Hardware. CHARLES J.MACKEY, Manager. 5100 Reward, $100. Tho rwwlert of thlu parxr will be pleased to lrn ttiut there to at Wtxui oih. diruricd dk-fuju; unit scw-nce ban beea able to cure la m jumn. ad that M Cttturrb. H-ll'i CalunU Cut,. the only positive tur uuv ktiown to the ineilj,ll fttUilty. Catarrh own a cuiint lit i lion al dHuti, : Hpurve a rtintu tlundl tretttitv ut. J lull's ( i.U.r; ( ur is taken in ttTiully. atiufj Ulrec tiy uooii i.e bio.l mii nut-oiis mtrfuLve at the e-tt-in. th?nl,y tleutroylnr iiw foumlatton of the dtnv?, and ilvli.u tho putiei.t btreiuih by buliiiing up t(m coi'tiiuitn and uiwmt btT imture In ilol.-i itj work, 'i proitrlt iitre l.nv ua nmch faith lu Its curative t-1 ttint tiiry vfit4 tne Hundred IoH.tr for my c ee tbal IV It" to iurr. Hf nd for Hut of t-nti moult' v A'idi K. J- ( 'HKN'KY A UU, . tlodo. O. Hold by all lritMK)4fi, 7fr. UXe liU ff l amiiy ltli Ir Ct. titmtU, Some lnna ori left ahouMor of hors. J. O, GREAVES, Kenna, - - - N. M rrr , DAN p. SAVAGE, Kenna, - - N. M. O9C0SGOGOQO il Watches, Clocks and Jewelry; It EP AIRED BY O. W. C. Smith, Graduate Kansas Ciljr Polytechnic, ELIDA, NEW MEXICO. All work Guaranteed. W. J. Smith, M. D Physician and Surgeon . Calls Answered Night )bt4 Day. i ELIDA, NEW MEXICO ' Phonss Office 18 Resident 91: CHAS. A. REYNOLDS ATTORNEY-ATXAW OPFICE ALLISON BLDG., S. E. COR. SQUARE R0SWCLL, NEW MEXICO. NEW YORK WORLD There has never been a time when a newspaper was more needed in the household. Tho treat war in Europe has now entered its 6econd year, with no promise of an end for a loz time. These aro world ehakins events, in which the United States, willing; or unwilling, has been compelled to. take a part. No intelligent person can ignore such issuest The Presidential contest also will fooiibe at hand. Already.',: candidates for the nomination W-v- are in the field, and the cair.w paign. owing to the extraordi nary character of the times, will bo of supreme interest. No other newspaper will inform you with the promptness and cheapness of the Thrice-a Week edition of the New York World. The Timicnr A-Week .World's regular subscription price is only $1 00 per year, and it pays for 156 papers. We olfer this un equalled newspaper - and The Kenna Record together for one year for $1.65. The regular subscription price of the two papers is $2 00. Every Intelligent Person v Should Learn How " ' to Write. More than a million people are employed in the 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 Pictures They pay more for the same class ( ' iervice than most of the professions. With a table, a chair, paper and a typewriter yu can begin nowj and you do not heed to !"? ' give up your present occupation of emply-5jf ment. Even if you do not wish to take up " journalism as a profession, there is no bet ter menul training than learningTto write. The man or woman who write is auto matically thrown 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. OThe 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 yeara ' 1 has arranged the work, and is in charge of the course. ' Money back if you are not satisfied. Write today fo, infotmation. V. S. PRESS ASSOCIATION, Bond Building, . WASHINGTON, P. C. DAVID L. GEYER LAND OFFICE PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. ROSWELL.. N. M. COWS FOR SALE I have between 50 and Co head of cows with calves, from 2 to 6 yeurs old, at my ranch north west of Kenna. Prices right. Address me for further informa tion, at Kenna, N. M. G.T.'Littleflfcld. X FARMERS! Send 25c for a copy of Th Farmer's Rapid Figurer and Calculator; the handiest book ' you ever saw; money back if wanted. JO. C. Foster, Assump tion, nr. Kotlc fur fulilUtiti'vB. Non-Coal 010&3 9107M Department f the Interior, U. 8. Land Ofllce at Fort Suoiner. New Mexico. Mny 18. 19ia. Notice Is hereby given that Jamei M. Sher maa, of Kenua, N. il.. who on f'.a. t, lW3.ui.de Homestead Knlry. No. OloWH, for NWM Beo. !5 and oa May t8, 1913 made Addl. Eotrr. No. 0107YH for XKM, Bactlon 6. ITowcahlp ( 8., Itanire 19 II.. N. M. P. MerldHo. Us filed notice of Intention to mull final three ear Proof to establish claim to the land above describ ed before Dan C. Havage. U. 8. Caintultuloaer. la his office at KeunaVN., M.. on the Nth day June, 1410. Claimant names as witnesses: QeorKeT. I.lttletleld. Thomas C. BUhoDglm, CbarlesM. Hnrber, KoVert K, Fletuher, all of Kenna, N, M, A. J. f.TaBV Reuister. M. 31-Juoe S3.