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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 24 April 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. 1). S. WON'T FIGHT MEXICAN PEOPLE THEY ARE OUR FRIENDS, SAYS PRESIDENT WILSON IN AD DRESS BEFORE CONGRESS. OUR QUARREL IS WITH HUEBTA Object Only to Restors to Mexican People Their Right and Govern ". merit Again Meantime Prep arations Go Forward for War Should It Come, WAR NEWS IN BRIEF. House vote to authorize president to use army and navy to uphold hon or of nation after Wilson addresses congress; senate argues over resolu tion without vote. Republicans In house, led by Mann, fail to stand by president, some call ing attack on Mexico personal re prisal against Huerta. . War college notifies cabinet heads 200,000 volunteers will be needed If army Is sent Into Mexico. Riot In Arizona where Mexican pa triot is beaten by Americans shows popular fervor. , Panama Canal can be made ready for passage of warships If necessary, says Governor Goethals. Government orders war airships rushed by Dayton factory that Is building them for navy. All officials and cl...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 24 April 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. Lumber, Hardware, Groceries, Tanks, Windmills, Windmill Repairs, Watering Troughs, Well Casing, We Handle only the Best Your Patronage Solicited, Satisfaction Guaranteed KENNA LUMBER CO. Y V ii teas? ffeHKil t Easiest v?tf C Tan A R O'lv I s 3.11 - I 1 4 I !H YOUR Easy Pjsynetfs r.we: t tont J lur$Me hiH gr;ir)c 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAl We will f-lri;i jih ii Haui'ittl fctlr.rck T'lano ti.r r. r.iy:i frrx ii '..!, iu ji u: hump. No uniili r-n iiu-nl wfiuii'pi. .All we ual; Is thnt yi u v.ll .h'.v upon, iw und teat tills iiiino for :!() iluytt. jf, lit tho onil i f thut t:irc, Mil ilo ;t.t drul ll the IJghest gra.le, sweeten! Iflrjc.l iirkl finest plnno In every way, tVnt you have ever seen for Hie money, you nio i:t "perfect l'berly to send it hac':, ur.ii vu v. Ill, In that event, pay tl; t - : nh-t b'irti ways. This iitarck Piano mujt r.ti'.:o s'ood with you. in- mere if no raie. . Sava $253.00 cr Mori We ship t:ret I.i v.j: fvwi our friflot'.v, nt price ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

)3cd& KE CORD I I VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914. NO. 11. T IP? NNA RE Events of Interest from the Seat of Govern ment. Washington, D. C, Apr. 25, 1914, Special to the KcrorJ. The Funny Representative. . Ninety-seven Congi essmen voted to reduce their own salar ies from 7.500 (o $0,000 a few days ago but there were 205 in opposition, and had there been any real danger of tins proposi ilyK. going through, about nine' fy of the iinety-seven would have found a speedy method of changing their vote?. The Iiu resentatives ag a tule me very much impressed with their own greatness, and their confidential opinion that they are "working" altogather too cheap. A few years ago legislation throughout the country started in to advo cat flitting out i ailroad pass 8 diiect primal io?, restricted cam- paign contributions, and a lot of of other things they never want d. Uut the public look up the suggestions, and so thoroughly -.approved, that the public ser vants ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

ft THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. FIGHT TO FINISH War Correspondent Describes Mexican Dictator as a Man of Iron Will. MORE INDIAN THAN SPANISH Perhaps the Strongest Man In the Re public, Though Not Military Gen- . lue Willing to Take Gambler Desperate Chance. By N. C. ADOSSIDE3, War Correspondent In Mexico and Stu dent of Conditions There. During my stay In Mexico Vlctorl ano Huerta was the head of Madero's federal army, and so exceedingly hos tile to the representatives of the press was he that he Issued orders for the arrest of many and used means at his command to hamper the efforts of others. One correspondent, Gerald Brandon, was Imprisoned and sentenced to death, but was released. At Torreon, where I first met him, the commander-in-chief's quarters at the Hotel Francia were two doors away from my room; I dined at his table and, unwelcome guest that I was, found him exceedingly suave and po lite. I saw him so Intoxicated that offi cers had to assist him to his apart ments, and ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. PLACE sn HQNEY- 1 WKJL,U i CD. CHAPTER I. X2 At the 8tage Door. Courtlandt eat perfectly straight; HO OlllfJJU rUUUIUCIB UIU UVb t.uv back of his chair; and hta arms were loided tightly across his chest, "ine characteristic of . his attitude wai tenseness. The noBtrils were well de fined, as In one who sets the upper Jaw hard upon the nether. His brown AVRB th f t "r a A 1 mnt fiH tnWflrrl th ft stage whence came the voice of the prima donna epitomized the tension, expressed the whole as In a word. Just now the volco was pathetically subdued, yet reached every part of the auditorium, kindling the ear with its singularly mellowing sweetness. To Courtlandt it resembled, as no other eound, the note of a muffled Burmese gong, struck In the dim Incensed cav ern of a temple. A Burmese gong: briefly and magically the stage, the audience, the amazing gleam and scln tlllatlon of the Opera, faded. He . . 1 At 1 1 uoiuu uuiy me vuiuu am raw umjr the purple shadow...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

MEXICO. o. The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and l?ub'r POOR PUSSY! 11 a Jeff D. White President, Frank Good, Vice President. 8 PUBLISHED WEEKLY 0 8 THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. Entered Febiiary th 1907 tt the Kenn, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. - Subscription $1.00 Per Year Advance In THE RECOUb, KENNA, NEW o 8 AdTertisetnc rate made known on application HOW CAN IT BE HELPED. Any one seeking the reason for the continued decrease in the number of cattle in this country, may find tome assistance by contemplating the maiket for veals, which now range in price in Chicago from $10 to $11.50. The slaughter of veals is enor mous. running into the millions yearly in Chicago alone, and in the country at large probably to eight or ten times that number. lhen the milk, tramc is so great and the demand so constant, th&t dairymen cannot resist the temptation to dispose of the calves as quick as possible and stop their consumption of milk a nunarea and ntty years...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

the itncmm, kfjstna, new MfcStfo. WATCH THE KENNA PRODUCE MARKET TRICHS PAID BY L. C. DENTON. We quote vou for nromnt m. livery the following for produce: unickens 10c per pound, cood liides dry 2.llc per pound, fresh epgs lJc per dozen, Mexican been 3c per pound, highest market puce for cream an 1 but ter day received. We have a full sunnlv of fresh -groceries, new dry goods, shoes notions ect Remember w e guarantee prices and satisfaction in every way or money back. - (ad) L. C. Dm ton. MULE RAISERS TAKE NOTICE. A black Ja;k with white points 14J hands high will make " the season at our barn in Ken na. To insure colt to stand and suck $10.00, insure mare to be in fold $8,00, season $G 00, single semes 14.00, special prices on two or more mares. Season ends July 15th. t Every pre caution will be used to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible for any should they occur. season becomes due when mare is known to be in fold cr traded or leaving the country; . , (ad) Jones & ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW .MEXICO. PEACEMAKERS Ambassadors From Argentina, Brazil and Chile Try ing To Avert Further Bloodshed and Invasion. Wilson Insists Huerta Must Quit Politics and Leave Mexico. WAR PLANS GO ON Navy and Army Hold Vera Cruz -Soldiers at Border Eager to Invade. INJURY AND INSULT STILL Mexicans Riot, Destroy Property, Hold Refugee Americans Prisoners, Tram ple Stare and Stripes In Many Places They Threaten to Kill. Washington, D. C. There are two serious obstacles to peace between the United States and Mexico. One Is the positive elimination of Huerta from Mexican politics, which Presi dent Wilson demands. The other Is the continued heaping of insult and Injury upon Americans marooned In the southern republic and the de struction of their property. When the ambassadors to Wash ington from Brazil, Chile and Argen tina approached President Wilson and Secretary Bryan with offers to mediate the troubles between this country and Mexico and bring peace without further loss...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. FARMER SHOULD GROW TREES It's a Trea CHIEF CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM Comfort la Added to Homo By Provid ing 8urroundinga of Reatful and Beautiful Character. (By J. J. RING.) Protection is one of nature's Brat laws, and aeema to be the first law of nations. Then, why not protect our 'homes by planting trees for. wind breaks and shelter-belts. They add to the comfort of the home by provid ing surroundings of a restful and beautiful character, and shelter It from the winter winds and snows. We can not over-estimate the value of tree planting In the prairie prov inces. The economic value of the shelter belts can not be expressed In dollars. For many reasons, an ample, properly located windbreak should be grown around the farm home. Its protecting arms embrace the dwelling house, and the barns, stables .and " sheds. The strong, hardy, beautiful trees are set for defense, and when the winter blizzards come charging across the prairies and find the farm home Intren...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 May 1914

THE PiEOOIirt, KENNA, iNKV MEXICO. PREVENTING ONION- FLAVORED MILK, Department of Agriculture Washington, D. C. April, VJ4 Stereli:Riisl Lumber, Hardware, ranks, Vindmills, dmill We HandlVonly the Best Your Patronage Solicited, KENNA LUMBER CO. Groceries, Repairs, Watering: Troughs, Well Casing, Satisfaction Guaranteed No Mmy 111 AlIvHIItB SliIC" tion- Gur Bulked V a b t o r jr Price I3bieat Term A Saving oi S lOO to 8 S OO l?f&m Fac tory Olreet P. A. STARCK 30 DAYS' FHE V'e will Kl'lp Vou n Vautifvl Slari-I; linme. No ..! ni'nt rwiulivd. .Ml nd lest tlil iun fr 3 ilu.s. -), Til ihn huriiest made. MweeU-l ti'iu'u mid hiiuxl event, tay tlio f ivtjiit boiii wuys. This or mere la no sale. - - Save $150.00 cr f'ora W shin I'in-et to w: f .01:1 our Sfujtory, nt price Unit ,c you i.pw.ir.U o( $lfliU0 in Uvt cost of yo;ir piatio. V.'-i f;uur;intrp to rurHinh V"U a nciUM pi.mi r r ilw urom-y ni.uv yon can uruwrp Hufiwhi re, Yi:i wit anrnl of ifvciviupf a Katisfartory two-, t t 0 ;rrl1c ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

THE KENNA RECORD S'vf VOL; 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. , NO. 12. J . Events of Interest from the Seat of Government. Washington, D. C, Apr. 25, I94. (Special to the Record. Unregulated Discriminations. The Interstate Commerce Commission lias come to be known as the sworn enemy of discriminations and inequality in transportation rates A peculiar instance outside the jurisdiction of the Interstate Commence Commission has been brought to ligi-t. It relates tt. ocean traffic. A few days iifo a party of foreigners . who liad been thrown out of impbymenl and were disgusted with tlie .."land of theree and the home of the brave," called at Wash ington steamship offices for the purpose of purchasing tickets t Europe, . Two were going to German ports 'and two to Eng land, and beiTlg friends, the decided to travel by the 'same steamship. Going into the of fices of one of the big British steamship companies they found 5 that while the two men travel ing to Liverpoo...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO; FEELS LIKE A NEW WOMAN As Lydia E. Pinkham' Veg. table Compound Dispelled Backache, Headache and Dizziness. Plqua, Ohio. "I would be very trr. grateful if I failed to give Lydia E. r..iii w.yil., ..,i,!,!.Jl rinnnam s vegeta ble Compound the p r a i 8 e it deserves, for I have taken it at different times and it always re lieved me when other medicines failed, and when I hear a woman com plain I always rec ommend it Lastwin ter I was attacked with a severe case of organic weakness. I had backache, pains in my hips and over my kidneys, headache, dizziness, lassitude, had no energy, limbs ached and I was always tired. I was hardly able to do my housework. I had taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound on one other occasion, and it had helped me so I took it again and it has built me up, until now I feel like a new woman. You have my hearty consent to use my name and testimonial in any way and I hope it will benefit suffering women." Mrs. Orpha Turner,...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. n f V.v DICTATOR IlflW HEAR THE END HUERTA'S OWN GENERAL PLAN 9 TO ATTACK HIS CHIEF. MPmno MCK THE CITY Chief of the Southern Rebeli to Open . Assault on ' Capital City. Vera Cruz, May 5. A proclamation dated May 1, and signed by Zapata, published today In the local Mexican papers, announces that the southern rebels will today attack Mexico City. It also condemns General Huerta and General. Aureliano Blanquet, Huertar chief aide, to' death. Zapata's proclamation is regarded as disposing of reports that, he and General Huerta were acting together and that Zapata was moving on Vera Cruz with his followers. , ' Today, when Zapata says he will attack" Meixeo City, Is the anniversary of the Mexican victory over the French, and Is usually . celebrated as a national holiday. - The members of a commission sent by the Mexican government to Induce Emiliano Zapata and his rebel follow ers In the south to Join forces with the federal troops In case of a foreign In...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

Tin: recoiid,.. kenna, new .mexvco. The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r FORK OVER Frank' Good. Vice President. f -Jeff D. White President, it PUBLISHED' WEEKLY fj THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO .Entered Ftbuary th 1907 t the Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, a second Class Kfail Matter. - 0 Subier'ptlort $1.00 Pf Year In Advance AJrVerttselni rites made know on application Mow that spring lias come, let unclean up our yards and sur roundings, thus adding much to our personal comf oi t and hy gienic safety and at 1he same time-helping to beautify our Tillage. Naturally we are ad mirably located, but there is al ways room for improvement. A nicely kept lawH, tastily ar ranged shrubbery, a little paint brings happy results, and aside from ; the effort on our part, costs little, but speaks volumes for our thrift, enhances the value of property and creates a desire for dwellers of thrift to oome and abide with us. '. Welcome Valley. A. L. Fales of Roswell, Mis sionary of the Amer...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

(awi re 1 v. MULE RAISERS TAKE NOTICE. This black Jack with white , points hands high will malie the season at our barn in Ken na. , To insure colt to stand and Bck flO.CO, insure maro to be in fold $8,00, season $0 -00, einele 6ei vic3 J4.00, special prices on two or more marcs. season ehdi Julv 15th, Every pre caution will be used to pi event 'accidents, but wil not be responsible for any should they occur. - Season becomes due when mare is known to be in fold cr traded or leaving the country, (ad) ; Jones & Pirtlo. DAVID L. GEYER . LAN O UFflKt PHACTICE. A SPEC'l LTY. ROSWELL, ' N. M. FARMERS! , Send 25c for a copy of The I armor's Rapid Figurer' and -Calculator; the handiest ; book you ever saw;" money back if wanted.?':. C. Foster, Assump. tion, 111. . SEEDS Have just been admitted 'to the mails on Parcels Post rates.- Take advanf 1 age of the low rates and 1 'order your seed of the ROSWELL SEED CO., Roswell, New Mexico. The -nearer home, thei cheaper the postage. beginning...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. SOME SIDELIGHTS OH THE MEXICAN VAR ' By A VETERAN. The fever-port . of Vera Croi bad keen captured four tlm.es before Uncle Bam seized It on April 2L Once It fell . to Qen. Wlnfleld Scott, once to the allied forces of France, England and Bpaln, and twice to the buccaneers of the Spanish Main. I know several men today who were present at the siege of 1847. It is probable none of these veterans of the first Mexican struggle will see service this time, although I have Just seen a letter from Brig. Gen. Horatio O. Gibson, U. 8. A retired, eighty-seven years ' old. In which the venerable fighter offers his sword to the stars and stripes and refers to Major Gen. Leonard Wood as sponsor for bis physical and mental ability. General Gibson served through the Mexican, Civil and several Indian wars. It was March 7, 1847, when the fleet bearing General Scott and hie little army appeared off Mexico's principal seaport The troops landed without much trouble after th...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA. NEW MEXICO. HCPsl-Y- HSEOLDem CD. khwF 8YNOPSIS. - Eleanor de Toucan was Ringing tn Parts, which, perhaps, accounted for Ed ward Courtlandt'a appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he wandered about where fancy dictated. He might be In Parle one day and Kamchatka the next. Following tha opera he goes to cafe and la o- CHAPTER II Continued. There was a minute wrinkle above the unknown's nose; the shadow of a frown. "She la very beautiful." i uia sne sena you alter met Give me ber address. I have come all the way from Burma to Bee Flora Deslmone." - "To " see. 'her?" She unguardedly clothed the question with contempt, but she instantly forced a amtle to neutralize the effect. Concerned with her own defined conclusions, ehe loet the fine Ironic bitterness that was In the man's voice. - "Aye, Indeed, to see her! Beautiful as- Venus, as alluring as Phryne, I want nothing so much as to see her, to look Into her eyes, to hear her voice!" ; - . "Is It Jealousy? I hear the t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 May 1914

.tllE RECORD, KENNA, xEV MEXICO. I rrr- " - r is Lumber, I Hardware, Groceries, Tanks, Windmills, Windmill Repairs, Watering Troughs, Well Casing, We Handle only the Best Your Patronage Solicited, Satisfaction Guaranteed KENNA LUMBER CO. - i V. . , ' 0 i (Ji-VX ' 'ti-jf I P A. STAfiCK PrlCQIDV-NT il AttvanotK -i-Knlitias" ilou Ci;iar 4 n t c cl Factory Pt i eo K a e i o t Terma A ' R a v i n (J oi 51 1 OO to 52 0O - From Foe tor y Wire it Err-to n 'cii 8 b" 1 M sua L n; your OWN KOME Wa will t.u u brtontlfnl Kin'vk l'lano fi.r : i'..y..' f '"fi t:-'cl. In ymr home. No f.isli puyttu r,f rci iviirt it. All nxk i tlit't y u v. . I !ny xti:n. nil tcsL this plan.. I r ijuy l. II', lit tho onil i f that t .i , 'Ml o l i t Il.nl It tin' MKtieKt firude, swectosl tohOil nlirt Bnret piano In i'Vry way, V.-.l y:m liave ever fcen for tlie mont y, ynt tiro ut lnirtcct lil.'orty to fvncl it w.e'c, nnl v.'e win, in tnai cent, pay the f-oiht boi- vayH. or there la no sale. This atarck X'lano mr.Jt ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 15 May 1914

erf T 13 JtX KENNA -RECORD. VOL.8. ;KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. NO. 13. TriE K v Events of Interest from the Seat of Govern ment, . Washington, D. C, Apr. 25, 1I4, , Speciil to the Record. "Get Together and play Ball" : Democratic Le.idur TJndei wood came from the White House, bringing the announce that Congress will adjourn July 1st, after passing several big Administration bill?, ' The mo gram takes in the anti-trust bill, which has been marked out by a number of Congi-res-men, so that it- will "hint" all the bad trusts. The intei state trade commission bill, the bill to regulate issuances of stock, as well as a rural credits bill, are all to be finished by fire cracker time. Underwood say it can be done "if we all get tog9ther and play ball." A Democratic House caucus is to be called to grease the' way. The in terstate trade commission bill provides for a permanent commission of three, who will have power to con troll all sorts of investigations into c...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 15 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. ELEANOR WILSOII BECOMES MRS. MOO tafM Washington, May 8. Eleanor Ran dolph Wilson, youngest daughter of the president, and William Glbbs Mo Adoo, secretary of the treasury, were married at the White House at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Rev. Sylvester Beach of Princeton, N. J. The wedding procession proceeded from the main stairway into the cor ridor, through the north door of the blue room, to the platform erected In the south bay window of the room. Miss Salll'e McAdoo led the proces sion, followed by Mrs. Sayre and Miss Margaret Wilson. Miss Nancy Lane directly preceded the bride, who was escorted by the president The groom, with Dr. Cary Travers Grayson, met the wedding party at the altar. Mr. McAdoo wore evening clothes and Dr. Grayson wore his uniform. Rev. Syl vester W. Deach performed the cere mony. After the ceremony the wedding party proceeded to the red room, where they received congratulations and good wishes of the company. The Marine ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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