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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 19 June 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. THEY ASK HIM TO READ1T AGAIil CARRANZA 0ET9. NEW NOTE FORM MEDIATORS TO MAKE HIM UNDERSTAND. PST HAVE TRUCE TO TALK PEACE Long Not From Rebel Chief Brings Curt Answer Asking That He Read Their Note Once More, ; Pointing Out He Doesn't Get the Idea. In their last note to Carranza the mediators asked that he agree to a truce (as Huerta and the United States have) and call off hla war while all talk peace. Carranza accepts the bid to send delegates, but doesn't mention a truce. An swering, the mediators simply ask him to read the last para graph of their note over again, referring to a truce . as a requisite to his entering the conference. . Niagara Falls, Ont., June 16. The - three South American mediators for mally advised General Carranza by telegraph last night that they would "not admit his representatives to the conference here unless an armistice were, declared and inetrnal as well ae . International phases of the Mexican problem accepted " as the ...

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. — 19 June 1914

tiTe RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r kw av r CAUSE FOR THANKFULNESS aV 'Ai t V W Jeff D. White President, Frank Good, Vice President. PUBLISHED WEEKLY 0 jjTHE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. Entered Kelniary Sth 1907 t the Kenmt, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. ... Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Adfertlselng rate mndr known on application CHILBREXS DAY. (..inluirns day was approp riately observed the 14th. A lieautiful program was rendered by the little ones, after which a bountiful dinner was spreao and all feasted to their satis faction. Singing in the after noon by the congregation, let by Prof. O. M. . Rogers. The house was well filled at al services. I his paper is anxious each week to issue a epicy and inter esting local page. If each of our subscribers would hand us in one news item, what a newsy paper we could issue. Try it a few weeks and mark the change. LOCAL AND PERSONAL W. II. Cooper made a busi lies tri...

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. — 19 June 1914

THE KECOIM), KENNA, NEW MEXICO. POKEHEIMER TALES. His Whiskers and the Family Cat Get AUxed up With the Vacuum Cleaner. (Special to the Record.) . )nt vacuum cliuir liaf .gat, a determination lik o a lnill (tor; alietty. Von it guts lio'dfc off homeLliing it lets go liht avay not, yet, iy ;!-olly. Mine vife hIk; .--ay slm haiT got to hafi vone oft' dose vacuum cleaners, so I go uud buy vone. Und vilJ iss looking down der little tube like a gun barrel, she goes und turns on der ehuice und -avay it goes. I dink vot I am in a tornado, yet. Cbiminy, dot business half got a strong bi path. Mrs. Pokebeimer she yell3 me to let go olf der tube und hold it by der floor on, yet. - Ty cholly anypoty vot, cn hoidt do tnnchiun by dt-r floor ven der machine gels held off him first iss a dandy. Vin I iss looking in der barrel und der chuiee iss trued on, mine visiters is taken, down dot tube "like a airship. Und ven a vacuum cleaner is pulling your visiters you don't feel like- entertaining, compa...

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. — 19 June 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. GEORGE M'QUILLAN IN OLD-TIME FORM PRAISE FOR YANKEES' B0S3 8talllng Declares Frank Chance Has Finally Developed Real Contender Lauds Caldwell. Big Chief Stalllngs, the leader of the I if- - - - UllUUlUllUUlMMUIIUIllllllllUUIUUIIlllllHlMllliniHIillllllUUmmUilUlUUUiJtllM: f ! p ' f Pitcher McQuillan of Pittsburgh. George McQuillan lias been performing as handBomely and easily In the box as any hurler In the National league. He has entirely regained the form he displayed when he was with the Phillies several years ago and Is going to be a great help to the Pirates in their struggle for the flag. Big Mac is a grand fielder and he cuts In once In a while with a hit and wins his own game. Mac objects to being called a veteran pitcher. He Is only twenty-nine years old, and Is in as good shape as he ever was in his life. Mac and Dabe Adams will have to bear the brunt of the Pirate defense In the box. So far they have been able to get by very neatly. BIRDIE CRE...

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. — 19 June 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. 5 PLACE 1 HQNEY- jvvoon HAROLD MACGEA' CD. 8YNOP8I8. Kleanora de Toscana was stnoina In I Paris, which, perhaps, accounted for Kd- I ward Courtlandfs annearance there. Mul-T IJLI2i!IfS ! ..he wandeJ?l bo whe" fancT dictated. He mlsrht be In Paris one I iday and Kamchatka the next. Following ine open be soes to a cafe and la ao looated by a pretty young woman. Bhe gives him the addreea of Flora Deslmone, Tocal rival of Toacana, and Flora gives Italm the addreaa of Kleanora. whom he la (determined to aee. Courtlandt entera Kleaoora'a apartments. Bhn orders him out and shoots at him. The next day (Parts la shocked by the mysterious dis appearance of the prima donna. Realising that he may be suspected of the abduo jtlon of Kleanora Courtlandt arrannes for an aHbL Kleanora reappears and accuses iCourtlandt of having abducted her. His laltW Is satisfactory to the police and the charge is dismissed. Kleanora flees to 'Lake Como to rest after the shock. She is...

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. — 19 June 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. ii WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING." litre is wh&t ore man frtm Ttxas says. Seven months ago my ciops binned up pretty badly and what I lie tun didn't finish U:e water and floods wiped out for me. I, therefore, made nothing fioni my crons, but I bad three dairy cows and I was putting cream on the market every day, and I managed to keep my head above with those three" dairy cows I went to the bank, who was mighty close banded, ar.d wanted to borrow some rw ry, and $P00.00 was the limit. After I got the $C00.G0 I went lack In me to my wife ar.d talked over the best way to invest this amount. She said, never mind the crops, we will run tho crops as a .side issue, but don't invest this money in the crops, but go out and buy five more dairy cows and a cream separator. So I went to the store and bought a Sharpies Tubuler Separator for $55.00 and bought five cows some for $40.00 and some for $00.00 and they averaged $250.00 for the five, then I had eight cow...

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. — 26 June 1914

IT TT TDv VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. NO. in V TV V A ir iriv Uvents of Interest from the Seat of Govern . ment. Washington, D. C, June 20, 1914, Special to the Record. Tlift Trade Commlsdort. The . Administration trade pented to the Senate by Mr. Rowlands of Nevada, and Presi ilent Wihon says that it and T- 'oinor anu-uusi legislation must be passed at this session of Con gress The President declares UKIl MIC VUlilll llllll tllUt tWH'l happen to business volkl be to keep it guessing us to legislation. Jle therefore insists that there must be no compromises, and that the present Congress must complete the Wilson program, and give the trust legislation to the country. According to the President big bus-ness is in thwH same condition as a patient af " flicted With a disease that needs a capital operation. lie says that I lie eoonei it is over and the patient; allowed to have a long rest, the better. Senator Newlands in submit' ting tlie report in f...

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. — 26 June 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. MP This Farmer Man Knew Something About Crows WASHINGTON. Consider crowds: . A farmer man was going along a business street op Georgetown way when, above the clash of traffic, be beard sound that caused blm to look upward. And there on a chimney things watchln' my corn hilts from the fence rails, and the first thing I hear when I get to town Is this Infernal cawln". What do you reckon that rascal up yonder means by wasting his time here where there are no crops to rob. huh?" "Oh, we've got a rookery of 40,000 crows near Arlington, and I've watched their goings and comings for forty years. Vou could time a clock by their movements. Every morning In the early gray they fly down the Potomac to their feeding grounds." "That's where they get me, blank 'era!" The farmer man made his adjective good and strong no, not good, just strong! "Caw, caw, caw," shrilled the crow. Not So Bad as Cynics Would Have Us Believe A MAN was limping through Lafayette square. It...

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. — 26 June 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. r. GET ALL THREE lil TiiEMEETINGS NEW PEACE PLANS WILL LET THE REBELS IN. ONLY I). S. AND HUERTA JUST NOW Present Parleys Are to Take In Only United 8tates and President Huerta's Interests Into Consid eration Secondary Con ' ffjrence Soon. . Niagara Falls, June 23-AJncle Sam's determination that the rebels shall get Justice has brought fruit in a see ' ondary peace meeting which will be attended by Huerta and Carranza en voys. This conference will be dis tinct from the mediation meeting, but essential to it. Peace between America and the Huerta regime depends on what Huerta and the rebels agree to In this meeting, which the mediators hope will be - held soon. Rebel agents were barred by the South American diplo mats from the first conference because they refused to stop fighting. The proposed conference would have the same practical effect as a tit-partite conference, and yet will keep the South Americans' dignity intact. To save Mexico from further wa...

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. — 26 June 1914

THE .RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO: The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r AT THE MUSICALE Jeff D. White President,- . Frank Good, Vice President. PUBLISHED WEEKLY gTHE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. ! Entered Felniary 8th 1907 t the Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. ... 11 K Strictly a home institution Subscription 1.00 Per Year In Advance .Advert iselnu rates madeknown on application PERSONAL, If any of ur subscribers wl o paid us for the club of magazines liave failed to receive them, we request 3011 to write, us. The Subscription Agency to whom we 6end these subscriptions ad vise us that en;ors are liable to occur in having names and ad dresses properly entered, and for fear that some of our subscrib ers may not be receiving the magazines, we ublish this notice. It is the wish of the Subscrip lion Agency and the publishers of the magazines as well as our selves that every subicribar re. ceive the magazines promptly and for a full year. On ancount of -t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 26 June 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. POKEHEIMER TALES. - He Buys an Automobile and Declares it is as S-ubborn as a Woman. t (Special to the Record.) Autymobeidsiss all right for bizncfis, but they iss no goot t K'spoct a iiiaii'n dignity, py cholly. Last Vock I am dfifinpj mine 'new cardown der street on, tuit bo nopody vould know vot id isi der first time I haft owned a . Car, 1 am driflng mil ven steady handt und vun light heart. Furty quvick fife ladies pass me by und I dake mine liandt from der steering veel to say how die doo mit mine hat, and der car it chust turn quvick tovard der sideyalk. Ach llimmel, such oxcitementings! Dor ladies jvjeamt unt a perlicemans runs up'andlie say I vas violating derpeeces. Py cholly he vas right too. You vould dink so if you saw dot autymoboele, al- retty. I echmashed indoa hitc! inj; post unt dore offAlr whole face of der machine. Violating der peeces! Acb! der yas nod dii g b'lt peeces- to violate Anyvay, for vy do we half hitching posts ven efery...

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. — 26 June 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. WARSHIPS PROTECTING ALBANIAN CAPITAL FLOOD AT HILLSBORO STATE NEWS . N ..'sv'':..;:.'. : . ... ' i. . . . .!.. i . j iiMijtiwktHjNAri View of the harbor of Du ratio, Albania, with Austrian and Italian warshlpi ready to go Into action against the lnaargenta who are trying to depose Prince William of Wied, their new ruler. BEEF FAMINE NEAR Ranchmen of Southwest Slow to Begin Shipping Stock to Market. SLAUGHTER BELOW NORMAL Kansas City Packing Houses Killing Far Less Than Capacity . Prices Are Reasonable. Kansas City. Buyers of cattle from the dressed beef houses say a tem porary beef famine threatens Kansas City and vicinity, its duration depend ing on the will of the ranch owners in the great grazing sections to the west and southwest. The slaughter of cattle in Kansas City has been far below normal for some time past, but reached an acute stage when fewer than. 11,000 cattle have gone to the six big dressed beef concerns la four days, or no more than e...

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. — 26 June 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. PLACE on HQNEY- JVOCN MJCGEB TV I tC CD. SYNOPSIS. Eleanora d Toscana was singing In Paris, which, per hops, accounted (or Ed ward Courtlandt's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he wandered about where fancy dictated. He might be In Paris one day and Kamchatka the next Following the opera he goes to a cafe and is ac costed by a pretty young woman. She gave him the address ot Flora Dealmone, vocal rival of Toscana, and Flora gives him the address of Eleanora, whom he is determined to see. Courtlandt enters iBleanora's apartments. She orders him out and shoots at him. The next day Paris la shocked by the mysterious dis appearance of the prima donna. Realizing that he may be suspected of the abduc tion of Eleanora Courtlandt arranges for an alibi. Eleanora reappears and accuses Courtlandt of having abducted her. His alibi Is satisfactory to the police and the charge is dismissed. Eleanora flees to Lake Como to rest after the shock. She Is followed by a...

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. — 26 June 1914

J ! il y TI1E RECORD, KKNNA, NEW MEXICO. ?"??!"w,"rf warn mim miwih nnniia i : .' n-jr, i i i i i i - - - ammmmm WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS - ARE DOING." licit is wh&t cio nan fn in Ttxas pays. Seven months- ago my cio s lunud up ptttty tailly ai d wl at (lie tun didn't fir.uh tie water and floods wiped, out for n:e. I, therefore, made nothing finm my cions, but I bad Ibree dairy cows and I was putting cream on the market tvery day, rtr.d I managed to keep my bead abeve willi 11. ore (luee dairy cows I went to (be Ink, vlo v.as mini fy elope banded, ai d warded to borrow h me m r.ey, ai d tKOO.CO was the limit. After I got the SCOO.OO I weld lt(k l. me to my v.ifeai d talked over Uie best way to invest Ibis r, mount. She said, never mind t lie crops, we will run tbe cr ops as a side issue, but don't invest tbis money in thb crops, but go out and buy five mor e dairy cows and a cream fceparator. So I went to tbe store and bought a Sharpies T.uhuler Separator for $55. 00 and bought five c...

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. — 3 July 1914

3T NNA 'RECORD.- VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914. NO. 20. KE A VOTE OF CONFI JDENCE? YESl Does The W.iid think the Democratic lower hoiiKa has justified the confidence of those of us who hailed it with co much hope?'' asks Collier's. "Would The World advise a man at the Congressional election this fall to vote Democrat or anti-Demo ci at?" These are fair question which merit tair answers. The World decidedly thinks that' the Democratic House "has instified (he confidence nf those of us who hailed it with so much hope." This Congress has revised the ohusea out of an extortionate tariffj It has imposed an iri ,come tax which lifts part of the hurden of taxation from poverty to wealth. It has enacted a Banking and Currency law for which the American people have been striving for nearly twenty years. Whatever differences of pinion there may he about the administrative details of this measure, all financial suhnite.- agree, that under it this count ry canno...

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. — 3 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. MAX FLACK IS FASTI BEST FIELDER IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE DIMINUTIVE FED OUTFIELDER IS 8ECOND TY COBB. Lemuel Was Wrong He Came Back Next Day i Hit Ability to Beat Out Bunt Hat 8urprlaed Many Pitcher of In dependent League H I Alto Rated at Hard -Hitter. Max Flack, the diminutive outfield er for the Chicago Feds, It looked upon by nearly all of the clubs of the new organization at the fastest man in the league, writes John O. Seyt in the Chicago Daily News. His abil ity to beat out bunts has caused sur prise for many pitchers and third basemen, who, upon fielding the ball cleanly, found Flack had reached the Initial bag. Maxmilllan is built much on the lines of Tommy Leach of the Cubs, although he is a left-handed batter, while Tommy hits naturally. In the outer garden Flack's speed has carried him under many hard hit balls which with a slower man In the left park would have gone for long hits. He also has a marvelouely good left arm, and has stopped half...

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. — 3 July 1914

TIIE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. PLMT- HONEY- JAOON: . 1 JiUWJUL CD. rhod: 14- n-rt- - Jk' vc- rr wot SYNOPSIS. . EleanorC de Toscana was elnKlne; In Paris, whlcri, perhaps, accounted for fid ward Courtlandt's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he Wandered about where fancy dictated. He might be In Paris one day and Kamchatka the next. Following the opera he goes to a cafe and Is ac costed by a pretty young woman. She gave him the address of Flora Deslmone, vocal rival of Toscana, and Flora gives Mm the address of Eleanora, 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. Realizing that he may be suspected of the abduo tlon of Eleanora Courtlandt arranges for an alibi. Eleanora reappears and accuses Courtlandt of havJng abducted her. His alibi Is satisfactory to the police and the charge Is dismissed. Eleanora flees to Lake Como to rest afte...

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. — 3 July 1914

THE RECORD KENNA, NEW MEXICO. The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febuary 8th 1907 ?t the Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. - - - Subscr'ptlon SI. 00 Per Year In Advance A DIFFERENCE Advertisrlnff rates mmle known on nnpllcMlon Democratic Central Commit tee Meeting. Tho Democratic Central Cora, mitbce met a Roswell on Mon day the 20th at 10 o'clock a. m , and called a Convention for August 11th. Each precinct in the county will be allowed rep resentation in the convention as follows: North Roswell 20 South Roswell, '. ,- 12 South Springs, 2 Dexter, 0 Hageimun, . . . '.. 4 Lake Arthur.. ." '2 Lower Penasco, I Plainview, I Cedar Canyon, 1 Dnnlap 2 Kenna, 2 Elkins, 2 King 1 Ranger Lake, .-. 1 Richland, 1 Primary Election to he held August 4th for the purpose .of nominating three candidates for the house of representatives; One candidate for district Judge Fifth judicial district. . To select deligates from each precinct to ...

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. — 3 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO, POKEHEIMER TALES. He Blows up Stumpy, and other-things with dynamite. (Special to, t he Record.) Yen Tonce you is3 ackwainted - mit dynamite you riefeV foiftit itl. Py tliolly, I ishes me I liaff never knowed it mineself. But, O,-veil. 1 hj hose rot if v don'd it .killed by dynamite ve Till git id py spniedinys else, al- retty. ' .... I bought me vot a nice'little farm py der. outside o a town, vunce. Dei' Httie fariu.it iss got drees all ofer id, vmd I do notvant the drees, no. tio 1 haff Home men come tint axes for to cut der drees out. Und -flen I sees more stumps as vot dere vas drees, und I have me to get rid of der stumps. . Der stumps iss too hit; a job . fer a xf so I tells der hardware man vot I do, und he say I use dynamite. Veil, der Jiardvare man he wrap me up a lot of der tuff ane say all vot I got to do iss to make a little hole pelow - der stump vot I vish'it come der stump out, lighted a fuze, ' ; and- der stump it vill he dere not some...

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. — 3 July 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW RfiCXICO. 5ioicrs of lW uito laferbeMfif I - -J "V SSS III -. ' I- Tllfl m V 111 ill m I fSf 1 T Hx? FJZSS V'i I t S . -fc'ST' A. I J I eyes of AiJ A m f. lean P e o pie the Declara tion of Inde pendence meant freedom! To the English It meant high treason! When, the Fourth of July. 1776, the continental congress finally adopted the draft of the Declaration, this country as a whole became a traitor to the crown of England, but the men who later subscribed their names to that document written proof of their defiance of England's king became martyrs to the Decla ration! In 'order that thle country might lift from around her neck the millstone of English oppression they placed around their own necks the hangman's rope. Nor did those men who made up the continental congress believe other wise. When, August 2, 1776, the en Crossed copy of the Declaration was about to be signed by those present, John Hancock, president of the con gress, said: "We must be unanimous; t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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