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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 3 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. -A ORDERS EVERYBODY TO ESCAPE flOW -i BRITISH AMBASSADOR TELLS COUNTRYMEN TO FLEE FROM MEXICO CITY BEFORE TRAINS 8T0P. SIEGE AT PALME EXPECTED Official See Trouble at the Capital . City and Entertain Great Fears for the Result Hold Mas Meet ing to Get Ready and May Go' to Jamaica. - Mexico City, June 30. In view of the existing conditions In Mexico, Sir Lionet Carden, he British minister, today advised all Urltlsh. subjects tem porarily to leave J.he country. He said the shortage of fuel used In the opera tion of the trains was growing more acute dally and that the trains prob 1 ably soon would stop running, whlgh would make difficult the departure of persons In the interior. Sir Lionel Carden said he believed !t his duty to urge all British subjects to leave the capital immediately and he advised the women especially be removed. The minister declared he had no de sire to frighten the members of the British colony. He said he had not 'ordered them to g...

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. — 3 July 1914

f THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. v "WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING." Hero is lit-t ore nan frtm Ttxas fays. 'Seven niMitiF ago my ch-j s luintd up pietly ' Indly ar.d wl at the tun didn't fii-is-h tie water and floods wiped out for n:e. I, there-fore, made nothing fiom my crons, but I had three dairy cows and I was putting cream on the maiket tvery day, and I managtd to keep my head above with those three dairy cows I went to the bal k, who was mighty close handed, and wanted to borrow Ecn.emcney, and :)00.C0 was the limit. After I got the ?300. 00 I v( nt 1 r.(k h( me to my vvife ai:d talked over the best way to invest this t. mount. She said, never mind the. crops, we will run the crops as a side issue, hut 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 $60.00 and they averaged $250.00 for the five, then I h...

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. — 10 July 1914

V v 9 THE 1 VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES, COUNTY, NEW MEXICO; TRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914. NO. 21. T A 9 1 to- i Events of Interest from the Seat of Govern- . '' ment. : Washington. D. C, July vi, 1I4, . , (Sptcial to the Record.' . ' Like Superior or thf Gulf. The statta of Wisconsin and Minnesota have descended upon ' the Boaid of Engineers for " Rivers and Aarbors, and have pointed out the feasibility of a ' waterway between the head of rJthe Great Lakes and the Miss issippi River. This seems to be an era of canal?, since the Pan ania Canal is alout ready for business, while Cape Cod ha.s lecn served to shorten the distance between New York and Boston by many hours. Gov- ernor Eberhardt of Minnesota headed the commissioners and ..waj accompanied by S t a t e Senator George II . Sullivan of Minnesota and Ed L. Peet and ' John Chinnock ' representing the state of Wisconsin. The rei,tlemen pointed out that. . a preliminary survey of the pro posed canal has already been made by the government eng...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 10 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. HUSBAND SHOOTS WIFE! AMERICANS AT TAF.1PIC0 FEAR ATTACK STATE NEWS TV" WOMAN KILLED WHILE TWO RIDE IN BUGGY. OF INTEREST TO ALL NEW MEXICO PEOPLE V 1 f ; f w v V, Francisco VIJII Charged With Murder of Spouse In Pecos County Sec ond Tragedy In Month. WeiUrn Newpapr Union Ntiri Barvtce. Roawell, N. M. The second tragedy up the Hondo river in the past month occurred when Francisco VljU killed hla wife, between Hondo Junction and San Patricio. V1J11 is under arrest and was arraigned before a Justice of the peace from Lincoln. The report gives it that VIJU and his wife had been separated for some time past That the past month they hod been living together near Hondo, but had quarreled again. The report states they agreed that she should go to her brother's, at San Patricio. They hitched up the buggy and horse, and had ridden along sev eral miles, quarreling, when Just a few miles from the brother's home, he pulled a revolver and shot her through the heart....

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 10 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, ; NEW MEXICO. PLACE 1 HQNEY- synopsis. .MOONS ' CD. Jif ora e Toscana-was singing In , Paris, which, perhaps, accounted for Ed ward Courtiandt'a appearance there. MuU tlmllltonalre, he wandered about where funcy dictated. He might be In Paris one day and Kamchatka the next. Following - the opera he goen to a cafe and Is ac- 'gave him the addrefta of Klnra Dpnimntw. bvnivu uy a Drenv voune woman.. Mne vocal rival of Toscana, and Flora gives imn ins aaaress or Hleanora, whom he Is .determined to see. Courtlandt enters f Eleanora'a 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 iimi. hi may De suspected or the abduc tion of Eleanora Courtlandt arranges for num. jcipanora reappears una accuses Courtlandt of having abducted her. His alibi la satisfactory to the police and the charge Is dismissed. Eleanora flees to Lake Como to rest after the shock. She -is rouowed by a numbe...

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. — 10 July 1914

THE K EC OKI"), KENNA, NEW MEXICO. V The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r VERY SEVERE - "'' " xt "-Frank Good, Vice President, ft & Jeff D. White President, PUBLISHED WEEKLY sTHE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. $ Entered Ftlmaiy 8llj 1VU7 i't tlie Kenna, New Mexico, Post Olhee, as second Class Mail Matter. - - . " Ah i Subsor'ptlon $1.00 Per Year in Advance Advert iselwr rates mlf knnwn on implication . LARGE SUMS FOR GOOD , ROADS.- ' Funds available in all of the 6tatfs for the improvement of roads during the year 1914 are shown in the Official (loo d. Roads Year Boole issued by the ( American Highway Associasion, which is now ready fordistribu lion. This in one of the new features of the hook which wiU make it invaluable to every state, county and municipal highway official. The year book discloses for the first time t he appropriations 'made by the state legislature for road improvement in the various states which are aval -able as follows: Alabama, $700,000; Arizona, $5...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 10 July 1914

TIIR RECORD, KKMNA, NEW MEXICO. a b3- EXCURSIONS Account of Mountiiinair Cliau tauque, Sumir.pr School, State Sunday School and other Con tentions, at'Mountninair, N. M., July and August, 1914. Tickets on sale July 11 l 11, inclusive, ntid July 20 to Aur. '7, inclusive. Final return limit Aug. 18, 1011 One half of these fares will ap ply in the sale of tickets to children between the age of G and 12, years. T. O. EIrod, Agent KENNA, v NP.W MEXICO. BRST QUALITY ENVELOPES wittf your namu and - return address printed on tln-m, sent postpaid for only 'Thisis.no more than von pay for your en velopej plain with out your return card. No matter where you are, what your business, or wheie you live, you .should us an envelope with your name and return' address for every letter vou mail. The envelopes : we. give you are the best quality white The return caul will appear as fol- lsws: . Afler 10 Days Return to '.' THE- KENNA RECORD Kenna, New Mexico. . DAVID L. GEYER LAND OFFICE PRACTICE A SPEC...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 10 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. DAY FOR CELEBRATION "RABBIT" MARANVILLE IS SPEED MARVEL SOME PLAYERS DO UNUSUALLY WELL ON BIRTHDAY8. George Mullln Shuts Out 8t Louis Browns Without Hit or Run, While Sam Crawford and "Duffy" ' Lewis Boost Averages. Frank J. Navln, owner of the De troit Tigers, has had the suggestion made to him that whenever any of his players Is to have a birthday the fact be announced In the papers In the city in which the Jennlngsltes are performing. The reason for this sug gestion Is that on July 4, 1912, the De troit papers called attention to the fact that Geo.ge Mullln would that day celebrate his thirty-second birth day. Portly Oeorge, now with the IndianapollB Feds, proved some cele brater, for he not only blanked the Browns In runs, but denied them bits, too. On the morning of April 18 a De troit paper carried a story that Sam Crawford was celebrating his thirty fourth birthday, it being pointed out in said story that "Wahoo Sam" on his birthday anniversarie...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 10 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA. NEW MEXICO. mm slays FAMILY OF 4 BLUE ISLAND, CHICAGO, SCENE OF A MOST HORRIBLE CRIME. . ONE VICTIM fl BABE IN MS Stiffened Bodies and Blood Stained Weapons Alone Remain Whera Neighbor! Discover the Butchery. Chicago, July 7. A family of four was wiped out by blows from an ax in their home In the German settle ment of Blue Island, a suburb, - last night. . - The victims were Jacob Neslesla, a German laborer, C2 years old; his , wife, their daughter, aged 25 years, and the Utter s infant child. The stif fened bodies and the blood-stained ax alone remained to outline the story . when . the - crime was dlscoveerd by neighbors. . ... - Whether the butchery was the work of a maniac or of a person seeking revenge, was not disclosed ta the first cursory Investigation. It was learned the young mother of the Infant had been living away from. her husband for. some time, and efforts to locate him were begun. There was nothing In the house to show his yame. : The murderer, ac...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 10 July 1914

THE RECORD, RENNA, NEV MEXlOtl; -I- ilTiV tilt II WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING." - Heie is wh&t or.e man fn ni Texas says. Seven month? ngo 'mv ciors linned up pietty badly and wl.at the. tun didn't fiids-li. tl.e water and floods wiped out for me. I, therefore, made nothing fiom my crops, hut I had three dairy cows and I was putting cream on the maiket tveiy day, and I managed to keep my head above with those thiee dairy cows I went to the bai.k, who was mighty close handed, and wanted to borrow feme money, and ?300. 00 was the limit. After I got the $300,00 1 wmt lr.(k hi me to my w ifeai.d talked over the best way to invest this t mount. She said, never mind the crops, we will run the crops as a side isue, but don't invest this money in the crops, but go out and buy fiye more dairy cows and a cream separator. So I went to the Btore and bought a Sharpies Tubuler Separator for $55.00 and bought five cows some for $10.00 and some for $00.00 and they averaged $250.00 for the five...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 17 July 1914

ECOI VOL. 8. v KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW- MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY. 17, 1914. NO. 22. TH KENNA JD. Call for Democratic Pri maries and Convention. Pursuant to resolutions of the Chaves Comity Democratic Central Committee lujy assem '" bled at RofTwell on June 29, 19l4, the legally qualified democratic voters of said county are hereby called to participate in a pi i mary election in their respective precincts on August 4, l&H, frem 9 o'click a. m. to (5 o'clock -wp. m. of said day, for the follow A.i' Ihjf purpose?! .1. To nominate three Candi dates for the House of Repre sentatives. - 2. To nominate -one" candi date for District Judge. !i. To select delegates from each precinct to a county con . vention as herein after in this call prov ided for. 4.. To select precinct coni mitteemen, the number of said delegates being one for every twenty-five votes or major - fraction theeof and the mini bev of said 'committeemen boing one for every one hundred voles or. major fraction "thereof cas...

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. — 17 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENN A, NEW MEXICO. BROUGHT DEAD SISTER MURDER OF WIFE BY AGED HUS BAND MOST SHOCKING. Ramon Vigil, After Shooting Spouse Through Heart, Take Corpse to Dead Woman's Brother. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Carrizozo, N. M. The story of the shooting of bis wife by Ramon Vigil, seventy-five years old, as the two were driving on the Ruldoso road a mile from San Patricio, taxes belief and in view of the ago of the criminal and the cold blooded deliberation with which he perpetrated the deed, it is doubtful if a more shocking crime has ever been committed In the state. According to the story of the mur der, Jesus Morales, trudging along the road homeward with a sack 'of flour on his back, passed Vigil and his wife sitting In their buggy at the side of the road. Morales had barely passed the couple when he heard a shot fired and saw Mrs. Vigil fall forward into the bottom of the buggy. Morales dropped his sack of flour and ran for his life. There were two other eye witne...

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. — 17 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. Otic PLACED honey- HAROLD MACGRA' Pictures CD. OYNOP8I3. cmnora qo xoacana wai singing Paris, which, perhaps, accounted for Ed ward Courtlanut's appearance there. Mul timillionaire, he. wandered about where fancy dictated. He might be la Paris one dajr and Kamchatka the next. Following the opera he goes to a cafe and Is ac costed by a pretty young woman. - She Save him the address of Flora Deatmone, vocal rival of Toscana. and Flora gives him the address sf Eleanora. whom he Is determined to- see. Courtlandt enters Eteanora's apartments. She orders htm out and shoots at him. The next day Paris is shocked by the mysterious dlS ci r.n. n I I .1 DAH.lni -.-.. D u 1 1 1 C pi hum Ulll m;nii.i-B that he may be eunpei'ted of the abduc tion of Eleanora Courtlandt arranges for an alibi. Eleanora reappears and accuses Courtlandt of having abducted her. His allM Is satisfactory to the police and tho charge Is dismissed. Eleanora flees to Lake Como to rest after t...

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. — 17 July 1914

V i THE RECORD, KENKA, mew: MEXICO. y- I The Kenna Record D. C. ".SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r FELINE Frank Good. Vice President, O Jeff D. White President, Q PUBLISHED WEEKLY 8 THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. ;; r.nlcrcil Fclniary 1907 t the Kent), New Mexico, Post Ollice, as .second Class Mail Matter. - - Subscription $1.00 Par Yar in Advance s Strictly a home institution VI Advertlseing rates mndektaownon application LOCAL ANT) PERSONAL Arthur Fry went to Roswell this week.' . Oscar Parker made a business trip to Roswell this week. Mrs. W; P. Littlefield left last week for a few weeks visit at Roswell. ; . Miss Gertrude Good is attend ing Teachers Institute at ' Pot tales this week. Miss Minnie Cahill of Bryan, Texas, is here to spend several weeks with her-Aunt, Mrs. J. W. Brock mon. J; Wt Wilkinson of Harward, Texas, a brother to W. J; (Bud) came Tuesday for a few weeks visit on the ranch. Miss Waters left Tuesday foi her home at Mena, Ark., after a two weeks visit with Misses White ...

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. — 17 July 1914

r, i THE nftCOKl), KKNNA, NKW "MEXICO. I' Wot-. M-J EXCURSIONS Account of Koiwo.velt; County Teachers Institute nt lV)i tiilcy, N. M., July 13 to August. Tickets on Hale July 12 'to' 23, inclusive, at one and one third faro of the one way fares for the round trip. " f'inal return limit Aug. 10V1914 One half of these fares will ap ply in the sale of ticket s to children between the ogpof ft and 12 years. . . T. O. Klrod. Agrent KHNNA, - NEW MEXICO. BEST QUALITY . ENVELOPES -.'with your nanifiand return address printed on them,' sent postpaid for only . . , . 3 Sc. This is no more than you pay for your envelopes plain with out your return card. v' No matter where you are, what your businens, or w here you live, you should use an envelope with your name and return address for every letter you mail. ... .... : The envelopes we give you are the best quality white. The return card will appear as'fol laws: - .' '. . - ' ' At et. 10 Days Return to ' , T iTc" .KENNA RECORD ..-Kenna, New Mexi...

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. — 17 July 1914

' THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. i I - i 1 - "'LATE START" CLAIMED "Cactus" Cravath Denies That He Is a "Come-Back." Ont of the Greatest Slugging Hitters Ever In Baseball Is Slow Runner, Mediocre Fielder, but Lead , National League. Ha was born at San Diego, Cal., 'March 23. 1882. His name Is Clifford Clarence Cra vath. Ha goes by the nickname "Cravvy" or "Cactus." He la 5 feet 10 Inches tall, and weighs 186 pounds. He played baseball as a catcher on the local high school team. He left home at the age of fifteen years to make his fortune, and for three years didn't see a baseball. He -worked at various Jobs during these three years, and eventually learned to be a telegraph operator. He first played semlpro ball at San Diego. He began his professional baseball career at Los Angeles as a catcher. He was shifted to the outfield be cause of lack of good outfield material, and has played there ever since. He played for five years at Los An geles before he gained admittance to the major l...

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. — 17 July 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. 300-r.lILE TRIP VOHAIRRACE OHIOAN TAKES HONORS IN ELIM INATION CONTEST FAR AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS. -'SAILED " FROM ST LOUIS SATURDAY Hot Weather Made Flying Difficult Balloons 8ailed Around In Circlet - . Refuting to 8tart, Says One Pilot Needed Much Ballast. St, Louts, July 14. The balloon "Goodyear" piloted by R. A. D. Pres ton, of Akron, -Ohio, won the national elimination race to determine the third American entrant In the Internation al race for the James Gordon Bennett cup which will atart from Kansas City In October. This was determined this afternoon when a message from E. S. Cole reported that his balloon had landed eleven miles southeast of Mc Leansbqro, 111. The landing of the other seven balloons had been report ed Sunday night. , This balloon landed Sunday morn ing. The first news of his landing was contained in a telegram from Pilot Cole to the Associated Press. Cole landed In the country and appar ently rested from his trip before seek...

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. — 17 July 1914

THE HECOTU), KENNAi NEW MRXlCft. v.. "WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING." Here is whst one man frm TtSas fays. Seven monl he ago my cicfs tinned up putty ' badly and what UitMtm didn't finish ti e water and floods wiped out for tre. I, therefore, made nothing fiom my crops, but ' I bad tbree dairy cows arrfl I was putting cream on the inaiket every day, nr.d I managtd to keep my bead above with those three dairy cows I went to the bark, vtlo was .mip.bty close banded, and wanted to boirow seme inciu?y, and ' J300.00 was the limit. After I got the $300.00 I wtnt lack be me to my wifeoi.d talked over the best way to invest this t. mount. She said, never mind the crops, we will run the crops as a side issue, but don't invest this money hi 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 seme for $40.00 and some for $00.00 and they averaged $250.00 for the five, the I had...

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. — 24 July 1914

n -a RECORD. il 11 iilU. -ii VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 241914. NO. 23. . A $10,000,000,000 CROP WHAT IT MEANS. The Recretary of Agriculture estimated tlio total value .of " farm products in the United States in the census year 1910 at $3,920,000,000. The July flov " ernment crop remi ts would in dicale, upona similar basis of computation, that the total value of farm products will this year rise to $10,000,000,000. A doltar netds no measure; Ten Billion are better grasped J by comparisons. The vast sum would buy all the realettate in Now York and Chicago at assessed valuations, with something to spate. It would pay the huge and 'fast mounting' national debts of war-obsessed France and Ger- , ,many. It would clear off our on national debt nearly 'ten , times over; or pay its interest charges nearly 435 fines. -If next year's farm products ', were to fan" off a trifle of $400, 000,000, the 1914 Hud 1915 pro v ducts combined would still buy every railroad i...

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. — 24 July 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. HUERTA LASTED ONLY ONE YEAR AFTER WARNING ( His Flight Follows Twelve Months of What May Be Called Tottering. FALL CERTAIN FROM FIRST In the Absence of Recognition by the United State. It Wat Recognized That the Dictator Would Be Unable to Retain Power. Washington. Just one year haa elapBed niece President Wilson an nounced that his Mexican policy then consisted of the edict that "Huerta must go," and assured the American public that the Mexican president was "tottering," and soon would fail. For the first four months of Presi dent Wilson's administration he' was absolutely silent regarding the Mexi can situation, though It gradually be came known that he did not Intend to grant official recognition to the Hu erta government. Late in June, 1913, representatives of a number of Euro pean powers drew up a letter of pro test, in which it was declared that the United States had largely contrib uted to the anarchical conditions in tlexlco and that it ought e...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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