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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 15 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA. NEW MEXICO. EL1AIID IIUERTA FREEU.S. CQilSUL WHILE PEACE PLANS STAND STILL, 8TATE DEPARTMENTS PREPARES ULTIMATUM. m NOT KEPT HIS PROMISE Consul 8tlll In Cell, Though Huert Promised to Release Him Huer .. U Complains Because Amer- . leans' 8elzed Lighthouse Off Tamplco. Vera Cruz, May 12. The steamer Kron Prlnzessln Cecile sailed from here late today with Huerta's three -4'teace commissioners aboard. The steamer also carried 6,000 ri fles and much ammunltnon for Iluer ta, which it was not permitted to land. Washington, May 12. While peace negotiations marked time pending for mal sittings of the South American mediators to begin Monday on Cana dian soli, the mediators and officials of the state department here today were occupied with several serious phases of the Mexican situation de manding (mediate attention. Secre tary Bryan called at the Argentine legation late In the day and confer red with the South American envoys discussing the continued detention of John R...

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. — 15 May 1914

. THE RECOIiD, KENNA, .NEW- MEXICO. The Kenna Record - mr jf r v r w mmm ' REAL RUDE D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r 0 Jeff D. White President, . Frank Good, Vice President. O N " saejr-s. .-Trrr PUBLISHED WEEKLY THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. Knterfil Febuary 8tli 1907 t the Kenna, Ntw Mexico, Post Office, as second Claw Mail Matter. o Subter'ptlon 1.00 Per Year in Advance n ft nm n In c ft fit ft si i. . ' r, AJveitiwInff rules nmrteknown on ppl'ion t tun There are people who geeni to think that the expedition to Vera Cruz is a complete failure unless it furnishes a fight every day to creatt. popular excite ment and keep alive the jingo clamor for war and annexation. Hut they know that popular sentiment is strongly against them, and that the general fell ing is that the sooner the Mex ican questioucan be composed on a sound plan the better it will be for both countries. Gen. Villa's responses to the friendly overtures of the Huerta forces may never be adopted a patterns for youthful...

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. — 15 May 1914

.... .-,-... .- .. - MULE RAISURS TAKE NOTICE. This black Jack with while points 14 hands high will make the season at our barn in Ken- na. To insure colt to stand and suck $10.C0, insure mare to be in fold $S,00, season $0 00, single sorvica 4.00, special prices on two or more mares. Season ends Jul vlth. Every pre caution will he used to prevent accidents, hut wil not be responsible for any should they occur; . . . , - . btason becomes dile when mare is known to be in fold cr traded or leaving the country. (ad) Jones & Pirtle. How's This? W OlT On Hundred Do lara T1 etri.nl fnr ant. mm nl Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls P. J. fREvrv a m TniiiM r We, the tinde -signed, have known F. J. Cheney tor the but 15 years, and believe him perfectly hop. orable In all business transactions and financially muk w varry mi any umipnuona maae oy OIS DTOl. . Waldino, Ki.mnan Marvin. . Wholesale Drumlsis. Toledo. O. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken luternnlly, acting directly upon the Hood a...

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. — 15 May 1914

THE ftECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. BAUMGARDNER LEADS ( George Baumgardner Walter Johnson not only twirled more victories last season than any other American league pitcher, but he pitched more complete games than anyone else. He went the route 29 times, being knocked oft the rubber only once. Another hard worker was Jim Bcott of the Chicago White Box. Death Valley Jim labored In 26 com plete games, while his teammate, Reb Russell, did almost as well, figuring In 25. George Baumgardner of the Browns pitched 24 full contests, Vean Gregg and Fred Falkenberg of the Naps each 23, George Dauss and Jean Dubuo of the Tigers each 21, and Ray Collins of the Red Sox and Roy Mitchell of the Browns each 20. Of the champion Athletics, Eddie Plank, pitched more full games than any of his teammates. The Gettys burg Guide was In 18, while Chief Bender was in only 13. The Indian was used often by Mack as a rescuer, none of Mack's young pitchers except Bush and Shawkey showing much cleverness at being ab...

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. — 15 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. PLACED HAROLD m Ptdures P;? CD. 8YNOPSI3. Eleanora de Toscana was slnelng In Parts, which, perhaps, accounted for Ed. ward Court lanrit's aoDearance there. Mul tlmilllonalre, he wandered about where fancy dictated. He might be tn Parle one day and Kamchatka the next. Following the opera he Koes to a cafe and la ae posted by a pretty younn woman. She elves him the nrtriraas of Flora Desimone. vocal rival of Toscana, and Flora Rives him the address of Eleanora. whom he la determined to see. CHAPTER'iII Continued.. Oh, stubborn Dutchman that he had been! Blind fool! To have run away Instead of fighting to the last ditch for bis happiness! The Desimone woman was right; it had taken him a long time to lome to the conclusion that ejie dnne him an ill turn.- His Jaw set, and the pressure of blajlps broke the sweep of hl mustache, converting it into bristling tufts, warlike and reso lute. What of the pretty woman in the Taverne Royale? What about her? At whose...

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. — 15 May 1914

TtlE HECOTtD, ICENNA, 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. 0 ! K.riano i y - ..y P A. STARCK PNL-6IDENT No Money TWf inAitrnnce li'JtVaXSVWitt I i tiou.Gnnv '!frW-"''-Vi:c Vf& j lwrel Net rit?-"'7-". 3 Price- Kaaieaf Terius A Saving ol SlOO to SOO From I"nc (ury Direct 1. i Youn OlH HOME Sava $153.03 cr Mors Vi ahlp ilinct t yi:i from our tirtory, st prices Unit buv you i.nwunls of 11').U0 in the edit i"f yur iiiiino. W guariiittrc to funiUh it a b.'tli r piitito for money tlinu Vou can "trp eUfwIii i't. Yc:i ure u-surici of ffooivlni? satisfactory Bwcet toned tlumlilc liirli frmde piano. 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL We will ship you a beautiful Slarrk riano fi.r ::o rays' frco li-l.il. In your iiome. Iso ensh payment rctiulreii. All we auk Is thut xu will iluy uponusi1 aim lent thin liluuo for ;i) ilny. U. nt the end or that t...

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. — 22 May 1914

1. THE IL 1. id. Ml 7 RECORD. VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914, NO. 14. KENN A fcr J MEMORIAL DAY PROCLAMATION Memorial Day is again approaching, when all pood citizens will reverently and affectionately pay tributes to the Nation's dead. Thisdiv appears to become more, and more significant as the years pas?. Tho ranks of the Civil War veterans are fast thinning in the inarch of time, and the boys who took up arnu in the Spanish American War have to some extent taken their places. Within the last d thirty days a number of young I1UI1U1 ul inn utai? auu n. 1 l lucau cue tin? xiaiiuu a heros and the object of our respect and devotion on Mem orial day. ; Now Therefore I, Wiixiam C. McDonald, Governor of the State of New Mexico, do hereby proclaim - Saturday May. 30th, 1914 as .. ' " ' Memorial Day : in the State of New Mexico. May all true citizens of. the State fittingly observe this great day, this day of the high est and noblest sentiments, by participa...

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. — 22 May 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. WESTERN CANADA'S PROSPECTS FOR 1914 Excellent Spring for Work and Wheat Seeding About Finished. The writer has Just returned from an extensive trip through the Prov inces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, In Western Canada. The crop conditions are the very best, and no one locality seems to have an advan tage over another In this respect. The uniformity In growth is remarkable, and in all parts of the three provinces spring wheat at the time of writing, May 10th, is well above the ground from two to three inches. Consider able fall plowing was done last year, and this, with the summer fallow, is already seeded, so that practically wheat seeding is over by this date. Everywhere the farmers ar6 busy and the whole country presents one great scene of activity three-horse, four horse and flve-horse teams are busy preparing land for barley, oats and flax. On some of the larger farms batteries of steam and gu'ollne out fits are at work, but in a great ma...

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. — 22 May 1914

f he itEfcORb, kenKa, Nfcw MEXICO. LAY PIPE LIIIE TO GULF OF MEXICO GOVERNMENT MEN ARZ IN KAN SAS AND OKLA. THIS WEEK MAPINQ OUT PLAN. HILL BE A 600 ILE TUBE Would Hit "Oil Trust" and Aid Navy -When They Will Stop on tha s Trip Think It 'an Economic ... ' and Successful Schema. Washington, D. C, May 19. Begin nlng today at Independence, Kansas, hearings will be held in various places in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas and Louisiana on the feasibility of the United States government construct- - ing 'and operating an oil pipe line, approximately 600 miles long from the Mid-Continent oil fields of Oklahoma to a convenient port on the Gulf of Mexico, to supply the navy with its . fuel oil. In accordance with a senate resolution, Commissioner of Indian Af fairs Cato Sells and Lieutenant 3. O. Richardson of the navy, left Washing ton tonight to conduct these hearings and report on the plan. The Itinerary after leaving Inde pendence will be Bartlesvllle, May 22; Tulsa, May 23; Oklahoma City, May ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 22 May 1914

T THE RECORD, KENNA, I S f MEXICO. The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r SURE - 4 Jeff D.White President,- Frank. Good. Vice President. I i PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Fchuary Sill 1907 t the Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. - - - THE KEIMNA BANK & TRUST CO. 8 4 Subser'ptlon $1.00 Per Year In Advance AdvpHisfilnB rules mnrteknnwn on iiillnaiion RAIN AND HAIL, DOES MUCH DAMAGE On last Sunday erening am nignt one ot the heaviest rains fell here that was ever known to tall in this country, covering the territory from Boaz to Clovis. Great streams of water were flowing everywhere," talc ' a . jm wunmem iences, lt irtcrew railroad track etc. In, some neighborhoods the rain was accompanied .by the A i a . - worst nan storm that was ever known here, doing, much dam. nrn '.. .1 lX. . .1 T age luuuiw aim live siock. in the Gandy and Wear neighbor hood about ten miles northwest of town great drifts of hail was said to remain on the ground nours- arter tai...

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. — 22 May 1914

' THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. - f L ) RAISERS TAKE V NOTICE. - This black Jade with while points i handa high will make the season at our barn in Ken na . To insure colt to stand and suck $10.00, insure mare to be r in fold $8,00, season $6 00, single . .sorvica 4.00; special prices on . t wo ' or more marcs. Season ends July 15th, - , . Every pre caution will be used to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible tor any should they occur. -Season becomps due .when mare is known to be in fold cr traded or leaving the country. ' ' 1 (ad) " June &' Pi rtie. bust quality; envelopes with your name and return address printed on them, sent postpaid for only ' - This is no more than' you pay for your envelopes plain with out your return card. No matter where you are, what your business, or wl ere you live, you should . use ai envelope with your name and return address for every lettei you mail. The envelopes we give you are the best quality white. The return card will appear as ...

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. — 22 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. WHEAT IIUIEW MEXICO CONDITION OF WINTER PLANT ING 18 S3 PER CENT. , SECRETS OF BACKSTOP PIRATES END LONG HUNT FOR A PLAYER STATE NEWS OF INTEREST TO ALL NEW MEXICO PEOPLE HOW CUB CATCHER PROTECTS HIS HANDS DURING GAME. . ,i Buieau of Statistic. Forecasts Ylsld of 937,000 Bushels In Stats From Present Conditions. Wotnn Newapaper Union Nawa Service Banta Fe. Estimates aa of May 1, made by the bureau of statistics In connection with the weather bureau. United Statea Department of Agricul ture, with comparisons, are given be low: United New Met States. WINTER WHEAT Planted area aban doned, per cent... T Area remaining to harvest, acres .... 42,000 85,400,0 JD Condition May 1. '14 SI 6 Condition May 1. 10 year average (I-yr. av.) 8 85.6 Forecast from con dition report, bu... 957,000 630,000,000 Final eatlmate of yield. 1913. bu C51.000 528,561,000 MRAPOWS (for hay) Condition May 1, '14 S4 0.9 Condition May 1, 10 year average II 88.1 PASTURES Condition May 1...

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. — 22 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. HQNEY- JAOON 1 lAKVJLU Rcfures CD. I SYNOPSIS.' -. Eleanora de Toscana wu singing In Fans, which, perhapa, accounted for Ed ward Courtlandt'a appearance there. Mul - tlmllllonaire, he wandored about where . ancr dictated. He mlKht be In Parla one day and Kamchatka the next. Following the opera, he Rons to a cafe and Is no coated by a pretty younn woman. She rives him the address of Flora Deslmone. ocai rival of Toscana. and Flora Rives nlm the address of Eleanora, whom he Is determined to see. Courtlandt enters Eleanora's apartments. She orders him ut and shoots at him. , CHAPTER IV. ' Captive or Runaway. At the age of twenty-eix Donald Ab bott bad become a prosperous and dis tinguished painter In water colors. His work was Individual, and at the same time It was delicate and charm ing. One saw hie Italian landscapes a through a filmy gauze; the almond blossom of Sicily, the rose-laden walla of Florence, the vineyards of Chlantl, the poppy-glowing Camp...

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. — 22 May 1914

r THE RECORD, KEN-NA, NEW MEXICO. How They Forecast the Weather. Washington, D. C, April 29, 94, im' fci.ii iijm i miit mm m 101 F3 Rta m If I tr m u y n Lumber, Hardware, Tanks, Windmills, Windmill We Handle Your Patronage Solicited, KENNA LUMBER CO. i Groceries, Repairs, Watering Troughs, Well Casing, only the Best Satisfaction Guaranteed No Money it Adrmica Sniiteo Jot Gi'.ai n t e e d I..owoNtNet Factory Prices K a h i if t Terras A Saving oi SI no to s a o o Krom I'ac" tovy Direct We will sMp you a beautiful Staik bom. ciiHii lnvimrt reipilrerl. .AH land te3t Ibis piano f.iv 30 liny.i If, ut the ( P. A. CTAriCK be days' seen for th money, yon nro ut porli'i l liberty to send it fca.'t, and we will, In that event, pay Un- f"vi;lil bold yujm. Tills jSU.ic'.i I'iuuo must make good with you, IdKiiest crat'.e. sweetest tor.ivl and linent or there Is r.o sj'o s Sava SS3J.G3 cr Mora We ship di't to yv from m;r frtcry, et prices; tlmt m you i pw.inlj cT i?l."0.0() i;i the ctst of your ...

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. — 29 May 1914

NNA RECORD. VOLS. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. NO.' 1 5. THE Rib Events of Interest from the Seat of Govern ment. Washington, D. C, May 23, HM4 Special to the Reconl. Wide Harriets the Grand Canyon. Kalph II. Cameron, of Phenix Arizona, is in Washington, and lie lias unfolded a greatest plan over proposed to reclaim any section of the country f o Camei on is going to do nothing less than harness the power of ' the Grand Can on of the Color ado; and he has a hydro-elect lie development project which ' in comparison makes the Nia era Falls and Keokuk Dam developments look like children' ships in a mud puddle. Mr. Cameron is the man who huilt the Bright Angle trail on the rim of the Grand Canyon and people said it was "Camei on s lony. " cut mat was years ago before the hundreds . of thousands of touiists go their first real thrills in life en tering Arizona by this passige way from the north down what has become the most famou 8Cic route in the world. When t...

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. — 29 May 1914

TIIK RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. ABANDON HIT-AND-RUN PLAY Tumi of Few Year Ago War Mora Adapt at 8olntlflo Play Than They Are Today. While the hit-and-run play la often used In baseball. It la really a loat art Nowadays when the hit-and-run la suo cessful the batter usually cornea through with a clean-cut aafa drive for one or more bases, which, when the play is pulled off aa it should be, is next to impossible. Hit-and-run requires a sclentlflo bat ter. His object is to shove the ball toward the place from which the In field ur has moved in order to cover the bag toward which the runner haa started. It might be the second base man or the shortstop. The batter Is supposed to so place the ball that If an lnflelder can reach It at all he haa to cover enough ground to make a double play Impossible, and nine times out of ten. If he manages to throw the batter out at first, the play has succeeded In moving up the base runner. There Is chance for the ball rolling safe, but the double play ...

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. — 29 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. PLACED hQNEY- moon HAROLD MACGRA' Pfckires CD. nTTMMl 8YNOP8I8. Eleanora de Toscana was alnfrtnir In Paris, which, perhaps, accounted for Ert ward Court land t's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he wandered about where fancr dictated. He mlftht be in Paris one day and Kamchatka the next. Following the opera he goes to a cafe and 1b ac costed by a pretty young woman. She Sve him the address of Flora DeBlmone, vocal rival of Toscana, and Flora Rives him the address of Bleanora whom he Is determined to see. Courtlandt enters Eleanora's apartments. She orders him out and shoots at him. The next day Paris Is shocked by the mysterious dis appearance of the prima donna. I CHAPTER IV Continued. There! the dusky princess peek ing out again. The truth Is, Abby, If I could bide myself for three or four , Tear, long enough for people to for get me, I might reconsider. .But it should be under another name. They envy us millionaires. Why, we are the loneeomest d...

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. — 29 May 1914

-THE RECORD, KENNA , W MEXVCO. The Kenna Record D. C SAVAGE Cdilor airf Tub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febnary Ith 1907 ft the Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office ai second Cm Mail Matter. - - Subscription $1.00 Ptt Year In Advance AdvertisetDt rates mad known on application INTERLOCKING DIRECTOR ATES. The house of morgan, and practically all large legitimate business interests of the coun try, have reccgnized the fact that interlocking directorates in the conduct of large business could be used to the injury of the public and stifling of legiti mate trade; and a law to pro hibit interlocking directorates in corpouation is now ' pending in Congress. Through the control of railroad and steamship lines, coal and iron mines, factories etc., by a set of business inter ests, it would be possible to re strict trade, control production and prices, drive outcompetion, and otherwise conduct- such business interests to the great injury of trade aird commerce.- But what about interlocking political...

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. — 29 May 1914

THE RECORD, KE&NA, NEW MEXICO. MULE RAISERS TAKE NOTICE. Tin's black Ja;k with white points 1-4 hands high will make the season at our bum in Ken na. To insure colt to stand and Buck $10.00, insure mare to belwm ";e Mnteiiiiwinperiiiorb7 . . Z , I ivKiHtcrod mall. If this survice Is made by Uic in IOIU 70,00, season U OU, Single servica $4.00, sjecinl prices on two or more mares. Season ends July 15th, ' Every pre caution will be used to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible tor any should they occur. Season becomes due when mare is known to be in fold or traded or leaving the country, (ad) Jones & Pirtle. BEST QUALITY ENVELOPES with your name and return address printed on them, sent postpaid for only 35c This is no more than you pay for your envelopes plain with- out your return card. No matter where-you are, what your business, or wheie you live, you should use an envelope with your name and return address for every letter voti mail. The envelopes we give you are ...

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. — 29 May 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. Memorial Day- Reconciliation By ALFRED R. CALHOUN rm catting bowed and I've lona-bsan rrr O friend from our South ern land. But a voice from the peat thrill my soul to day. At the olup of your itroti brown band Many y e a r a bare passed Ince you and I met. Though It seems scarce a day to me, filnoe-we burked our dead, with the battle in wee. On "that hill by the Tenn A bugler In gray came down to the shore. And signaled a truce to the bluet Two captains rode out, 'mid the wrack and the gore, I was one. and the other' was von: We met 'neath a tree, where two young aoiaiers layi We shouted, but ther save no aim: The one was your brother, who'd faOn in the fray. The other was brother of mine. There, under that oak, we made them grare. And your eyes and my eyes were damp. As we out In the bark: "They were foe- men and bravet Then each turned and rode back to bis camp. IJka true men you fought, OH fighting was vala. For those who drew sword on your side. B...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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