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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 24 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW BIEXICO. -A VILL HIT TIIE BIG FiilAE.CELEADERS GREATEST MEN IN THE BUSINESS WORLD TODAY TO BE 8UED CRIMINALLY. F.ESHLT OF KEVV KfiVEM KIXUP Parley With Government Fall at Last Case to Go Before Cabinet Morgan and Rockefeller Are Involved. - Washington, July ' 21. Civil suit to separate the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad company from Its subsidiary rail, trolley and steam ship lines will be brought by Attorney General McReynoids in the United States district' court at New York within the next few days. A final effort today to settle the problem without litigation failed, al though the attorney general and T. W. Gregory, special assistant in charge of the case, with a committee of New Haven directors were In con ference many hours. The committee came to discuss the sale of the Bos ton and Maine stock owned by the New Haven. It desired this sale to be made free from conditions Imposed by the state of Massachusetts, and is said to have declared that an ...

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. — 24 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. File Kenn a Record POOR MAN D. C. SAVAGE Mitor ind Pub'r Frank Good, . Vice President. 0 Jeff D. White President, PUBLISHED WEEKLY THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. Jj Entered Fclmary Hlli 1907 t the Kenna, New Mexico, l'osl Oflii'C, as second Class Mail Matter. - - - Subscription Si. 00 Per Year In Adyanee Strictlu a home institution Adrerttaelne rates madfknowa on application The old-lime mother used to wonder where her boy was. Now, according to Aba Martin, she has a grandson who wond-j era where his mother is. '' The sbr.t of husbands a good many of us are, my friends, leaves us with very small excuse to poke ridicule at old maids. When a man declares he hasn't any good neighbors and you wish to see the reason for it, just look straight at him. Have you noticed that when the weather just exactly suits some folks they are sure that it will not last long? Dorthy Dix says the woman demands of the man she loves that he be a cash register, sweet heart, phi...

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. — 24 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW, MEXICO. 2n5 -.'.M.r.ls J 3 EXCURSIONS Account f (Jooil Roads Coi. ventitn at Santa Fe N. M., July Si)to August,' 1,1 91 -4. Tickfsts on sal July 21), 30 nnd SI, 1914, atone and one third of the one way fares for the round trip. Final return limit Auj;. 2, 1914 One half of these fares will nj -V'.V in the sale of tickets to children between the age of 6 and 12 years. T. O. Elrod, Agent KENNA, NEW MEXICO. 100 .r.KST QUALITY ENVELOPES wit!) your name and reUirii address printed on tlieni, sent postpaid for. only " This is no more than you pay for your envelopes plain with out your return card. - No mutter 1 where you are, what your business, or where you live, you should use an envelope With your, name and return address for every letter you mail. - ' s The envelopes we give you .. are the' best quality white. The luMirn rvil will nuiiMMf fi fnl- Isvvs: Af'er 10 Di jri Return to THE EN N A RECORD - ' Kenna, New Mexico,- .' DAVID L. GEYER LAND OFFICE PRACTICE A S...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 24 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. BASEBALL PLAYED AT NIGHT WASTINCffipN CITY CHICAGO FEDS HAVE NEW KEYSTONE KING League Games In Saskatchewan Be gin at 7:18 o'clock In Reglna and Terminate at 10. Reglna, the capital of Saskatche i 1-. Johnrty Farrell, Clever Little 8econd 8aokr. Chicago has a new keyBtone king, and hlg name Is John. No, Evera has not Joined the "come back" class. The lew King, John the Second, U none other than Johnny Farrell, the clever little second sacker who Is creating a sensation In the Federal league. When Joe Tinker Jumped last win ter and took charge of the Chicago Federal league club he did not have to look far for a second baseman. He gave Farrell's record the once over and was quick to make a decision. Joe's judgment was good, for Far rell has proved the wonder of the league, and there Is not another In flelder In the league, veterans includ ed, who has anything on the Chicago lad. Tinker to Farrell to Beck, that's the by-word at Weeghman park, and with OLD...

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. — 24 July 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. PIACEsn HONEY MOON 1 UMXJLU MACGRft ft CD. A srssr .-'VwS CHAPTER XI Continued. Nora, without relaxing the falsa mile, suddenly found emptiness In everything. "Sing!" BRld Herr Rosen. J "I am too tired. Some other time." He did not press her. Instead, he whispered In his own tongue: "You are the most adorable woman In the world!" And Nora turned upon him a pair Df eyes blank with astonishment. It was as though she had been asleep tnd he bad rudely awakened her. Us Infatuation blinded him to the Itruth; he saw In the look a feminine desire to throw the others off the track as to the sentiment expressed In his whispered words. The hour passed tolerably ' well. Kerr Rosen then observed the time, rose and excused' himself. He took ithe steps leading abruptly down the terrace to the carriage road. He had come by the other way, the rambling stone stairs which began at the por , ter's lodge, back of the villa. ; "Padre," ' wbospered Courtlandt, "I am going. D...

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 July 1914

THE RECrVRt), KENNA, NEW MEXICO. "WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING." Here is wh&t one man f it m Ttxas says. Seven month? ago my ciofs Untied up pretty badly ar.d v bat the tun didn't finish tr.e water and Hoods wiped out for me. I, therefore, made nothing fjom my croos, hut I had three dairy cows and I was putting cream on the maiket every day, and I managed to keep my head ahove with those three dairy cows - I went to the haik, wl o was mighty close handed, and wanted to hoirow some money, and $300.00 was the Ihnit. After I got the $300.00 I wt iu lr.(k Ik me to my wife ai d talked over the best way to invest this r. mount. She said, never mind the crops, we will run the crops as a 6ide issue, but don't invest this moiey in the crops, but go out and buy fiye 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 eig...

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. — 31 July 1914

7 nr . . THE KENNA RECORD. VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. NO. 24. Old Project Revived. Santa Fe, N. M ,. July. 18. ' Exgovernor M. A. Otero , presi dent of the Urton Lake, Land and water company, after con sultation with governor McDon ald and land commissioner R. P. Irvien, is renewing activities lo put through a gigantic irriga tion project under the Carey act at Fort Sumner, - Guadalupe county. While the capitaliza tion is only $250,000 and the paid in capital G0,020, the estimate coSt of the project is $1,779,350. .auom au.uou acres are 10 oe re claimed and an appropriation f 1500 second feet or 319,000 acre feet was originally asked for. Irving B.' Melville of Denver and Floyd Siglerof Salt Lake City, Utah, are the other officers of the company. Thediversion dam in the Pecos is to lie concrete. The head gates are also to he of concrete. There 'are to he supplementary storage dams and an qualizing reservoir fur which a dam 100 feet high, 1109 fe...

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. — 31 July 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA. NEW MEXICO. OGLESBY STRIKES ORE GLISTENS WITH GOLD REPORTED WORTH $100,000 A TON. Langston Mine, Noted for Years for Its High Grade Ore, Show Riches Far from Exhausted. Western Newspaper Union News Service Silver City, N. M. Another rich strike of gold ore ia reported from Pinos Altos which promises to be a repetition of those made recently by Bell & Wright and which produced for them something over $50,000 worth of high grade ore. The present strike was made by John Oglesby, one of the pioneer miners of the Pinos Altos dis trict, on ground adjoining that from which Bell & Wright took their big values. A little of the good stuff was encountered Friday afternoon and during the work on Saturday a sack of ore was taken out that will be worth, at a conservative estimate, $100,000, per ton. Since that time more of this high grade has been found and since it occurs In bunches rather than In a thin stringer, as was the case on the Bell & Wright ground, it loo...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 31 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. PLACER HAROLD MA.CGM TV I riciures t .D. m ruam CHAPTER XII Continued. "Tou have spoiled ltl" cried Celeste. --She bad watched the picture grow, ; and to see It ruthlessly destroyed this "Worst I ever did." He began to change the whole effect, chuckling au dibly as he worked. SunBet divided honor with moonlight It was no ' longer Incongruous; It was ridiculous. He leaned, back and lauKhnd. "I'm going to send it to L'Aslno, and call it an afterthought" "Give it to me." "What?" 1 "Yes." i "Nonsense! I'm going to touch a match to it I'll give you that picture with the lavender in bloom." "I want this." "But you cannot hang It" "I want It" "Weill" The more he learned about women the farther out of mental reach At. . . . . winy eemea to go. wny on earth did she want this execrable daub? "You may have It; but all the same, I'm going to call an oculist and have him examine your eves." ; . "Why, It Is the Slgnorlna Fournlerl" - la Drenarine ' ntllrilminlw tn l...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 31 July 1914

the record, kenna, new Mexico, The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febuary 8th 1907 rt .Oie Kcnna, New Mexico, Post Office, ds second Class Mail Matter. - - " Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Advertlselne rates mnde known on npiillcnlion Form Santa Fe New Mexican. FOUU-DOLLAR COAL. Editor New Mexican: One of the things that makes the cost of living high in New . Mexico is the retail price of soft conl. There is soft coal enough in the state to supply the whole nation for hundreds of years Yet it sells' for seven, dollars a short ton throughout the state. It costs about a dollar and a half a ton in the railroad cars at the mines, and the haul is down hill all over the state. Seventy-five cents a ton, or $22.50, for haul ing a 30-ton car to any point in ho state is a more .than ample freight rate. That makes the cost 2 25 per ton, Surely $1.75 per ton is enough for im loading and delivering, and so soft coal ought to sell anywhere in the stale...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 31 July 1914

TIII2 -RECOIiD, KKNNA, NKW MEXICO. p.Yf! TTDcrnwc Account f (iiood Roads Coi. vontinn nt Santa Fe N. M., July 30to August, 1, ltfU. Tickets on sale July .29, 30 and 31, 1914, at onq and or.o third of I lie one way fared for the ro.und trip. ' , Final return limit Aug. 2, 1911 One half of these fares will ar ply in the sale of tickets to children between the ape of Gnd 12 years. T. O. lilrod, Agent " KENNA, NRYV MEXICO. P.ICST QUALITY KXYELOPES with your naifiH iiml return address printed on Mu ni, 'sent postpaid for only BJ5 5c 9 TJiis is no more than you pay for your envelopes plain with out your return card. No matter where you are, what your business, or where you live, yon should use an envelope with. your name and .return address for every letter v mi mo i I , " The envelopes ' we give you are the best quality white. The return card will appear" an fol lsws: - Aftr 10 JXyt Return to THE KENNA RECORD . Kenna, New Mexico, , DAVID L. GEYER LAND OFFICE PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. roswkix...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 31 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. WAR CLOUD GROWS Austria Gives Servian Minister His Passports Despite Humble Reply. RUMOR OF CLASH ON DANUBE Report From Semlln Says Servian Forte Fired on Austrian Trans ports No Formal Declaration. London, Eng. Recent developments appear to furnish new proofs that Aus tria Is determined to make war on Servia and the possibilities of a gen eral European war seem greater than ever have confronted the present gen eration. The Servian reply to the Auatro Hungarian ultimatum was an accept ance of almost all the Imperious de mauds except that Austrian officials participate in the investigation and fix the responsibility for the antl-Aus-trlan propaganda. Servia proposed an appeal to the powers at The Hague for the settlement of that feature. Not withstanding this humiliating surren der, which was more than Europe ex pected of the proud little nation, the Austrian government gave the Ser vian minister hit passports, which may be construed virtually a declara...

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. — 31 July 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. GETTIilG DUSY TO STAVEJFFVAR HOPES TO GET BIG POWERS TO a KEEP HANDS OFF IN AUS TRIAN IMBROGLIO. GERMANY TO- KID HER ALLY Kaiser 8corn English Move May Narrow War to Austria and Ser via Ask Four Nation to Join Russia May Conciliate. .London, July 28. An engagement between Austrlans and Serviana la re ported to have occurred on the Dan ube river, but no details are avail able and It Is not believed to have been of importance. As far as the censorship permits to be known, Aus tria hag not yet opened her military opert&lons. Meanwhile diplomacy is proceeding with energy along two separate lines to avert the war If possible, or . at least to localize the conflict First, Sir Edward Grey, the British secre tary of state for foreign affairs, has proposed to the powers a plan for joint mediation which, it is stated, France and Italy have already accept ed. Germany has not yet replied and her acceptance is regarded doubtful. Sir Edward Grey explained to the...

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. — 31 July 1914

THE nEconn, kenna, new mexico. ii WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING." Here is wh&t one man firm , Ttxas pays. Seven nionlliF ago my cicrs luined'up pic-tty badly ar.d v l al 1 he fun didn't finish ti e water and floods wiped out for n:e. I, therefore, made nothing fiom my crons, hut I had three dairy cows and I was putting Cream on the maiket every day, and I managed to keep my head above with those three dairy cows s I went to the baik, wl o was mighty close handed, and wanted to borrow seme money, and JIM). 00 was the limit. After I got the ?3O0.00 I w nil tack b me to my wife ai d talked over the best way to invest this f. mount. She said, never mind the crops, we will run the 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 wentto the store and bought a Sharpies Tubuler Separator for 155.00 and bought five cows seme for $40.00 and some for $00.00 and they averaged $250.00 for the five, then 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. — 7 August 1914

N7 Hint if f tf-H RE VOL. 8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914, NO. 25. CORD, - Cattle Shortage. The report shortage in mark etable cattle is a reality. There ,can 1)6 no doubt concerning tml statement, ftvitkMiCd 6up ' porting it is found on eVerj hand. Poor pastnies invariably bring about a rush to market cattle If there are any in the country, - they hud their way to the l i g etockyrds, -when grass begins to wither on the fetding areas. ' Within the few weo'ts last past, most of the available stock from ' sun parched n e c t i o n of the country has been shipped to packing centers. The Live Stock World pre- : diets anothershcrtage next year lx'cause of the marketing o f cattle which should be held over to keep up herds. If it's esti mates be correct, the outlook is not so good as it was when the campaign for rehabilition of the country's cattle herds was in augurated. "A survey of the supply hor l8on,'' it says, "reveals no sign of relief for packer Or col...

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. — 7 August 1914

THE RECORD. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. KAUFF RANKS WITH Benny Kauff, Hard The Feds mar not be offering aa rood a aample of the national pastime aa the American and National leagues, but there la one individual enrolled with an outlaw team who doffs his cap to no one. His specialty is hitting, and In that respect he equals any of the famous sluggers in the other cir cuit, not even excepting Ty Cobb of the Tigers. This particular player Is in our midst today, and is a member of BUI Phillips' Hoofeds. His name la Kauff, Benny Kauff. Russell Ford, star hurler of the Buf fed s, and at one time a member of the New York Tanks, is authority for the above statement. Rus' words may be taken in all seriousness, for the former Highlander has faced Ty Cobb, Joe Jackson, Trls Speaker and the recognised sluggers of the age. When the Buffalo team was here on its last visit, Ford, in an argument as to who LEON AMES PITCHING WELL Former New York Giant la Having Good Season With Cincinnati Reds Is Not All In ...

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. — 7 August 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA. NEW MEXICO. GREAT DU EC1DES TO 7A WILL 8TAY OUT OF MIXUP UNTIL ' THE GERMANS ATTACK THE FRENCH COAST. - FORCES ARE ON WAR BASIS House of Commons Cheer Sir Edward Grey's 8peech Pleading Slow Move Navy Fully Mobl lized. London, Aug. 4. Great Britain has mobilized her forces and awaits events. Today she Is not a belliger ent power, nor is Bhe a neutral one. .'The government has given France assurance that the British fleet will not permit the German fleet to at tack the French coast. It has not yet pledged Itself to contribute an army to the continental war. The British government regards with the deepest disgust Germany's violation of Belgium's neutrality but makes no declaration at to whether It considers that measure provocation for war. This pronouncement of government policy the result of two days' almoBt continuous deliberations was made to the house of commons this afternoon by Sir Edward Grey, secretary of state for foreign affairs. Therefore the trying hour ...

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. — 7 August 1914

TUB' liEC'DRD; KENN'A, NEW MEXICO. The Kenna Record D.. C. SAVAOE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered 1'cltuary Slli 1907 t the Krima, New Mexico, Pout Uflicr, s sefotid Vhss Mail Matter. - - Subscription $1.00 Pr Year In Adyane Advertlselng rates m.-uleknown on application LOCAL AND PERSONAL fi. J.. Rogers left Wednesday for Roswell for a few week?. Protracted meeting begins Monday night Aug. 10. Mrs. J. A. Beavers went to Roswell Wednesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers July the 28th a boy. Mrs, L. C. Denton made a few day 8 business trip- to Roswell the first of the the week. W. A. Stansell came in Mon day from an extended trip over Kansas. T. P. Crumes' daughter Mrs. Ava Porter and children ot Oklahoma came in Saturday. Charley Spriggs bought the Lem Crosby house of B. F. Good and has moved same into town placing it on his lots in east part of the city. ' Associated.Press News gives out that Mrs. Wodrow Wils n, wife of the president of the United States, lies at the poi...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 7 August 1914

tiifc itEcoitn, KfcNNA, new tmxicfi. a I I I EXCURSIONS ' '' V X '" .Account 'of New Mex'ci Innf Uito of Science imd Education at Santa Fe N. M. Aug.' 3 to 29 inc. For the above occasion the fol lowing is authorized to Santa Fe, N. M. on the certificate plan on the conditions of an attendance of !0 hy rail holding rei'tificati .1 showing the purchase of one waj tickets Co Santa Fe, N. M. at regu lar one-way fares. ' Certificates showing the pur chase of full fare tickets on July 30 to Aug. 5 inc. Aug. 7-8-14-15-21 and 22, 19U wjll be honored for return ticket at one third fare. ' T. O. Elrod, Agent KENNA, NEW MEXICO. 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 where you live, you should tise ah ; envelop with your name and return address for every letter you mail. ' -' . The envelopes -we give...

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. — 7 August 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. EXPLANATION OF EUROPEAN CRISIS IS HARD TO FIND Diplomats and Observers Unable to Understand the Attitude of Austria. RECENTLY STRONG FOR PEACE Count Berchtold, Only a Few Weeks Ago, Bitterly Criticized the War Party, and Hla Change of Front Haa Not aa Yet Been Explained. "Confusion worse confounded" 1b the one phrase that aptly characterizes the war situation in Europe. The leading newspapers and the most experienced observers are unable to agree on any explanation of the crisis. And the rea son Is not far to seek. Only a few weeks ago the foreign minister of Austria, Count Berchtold, waa earnestly defending the pacific and moderate policy he had been pur suing toward the Balkans and Russia. Berchtold for Peace. In a speech to the delegates at Buda pest he vigorously answered criticisms of spokesmen of the war party, partic ularly of a delegate who was sup posed to be expressing the sentiments of the then heir presumptive, the late Archduke Franz Ferdi...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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