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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 18 December 1914

THE 'RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO, : GRGCE When you conie to Rosvvcll come in and get g? I i Jhardware lumber, ) building material, t ' ...... ).STORAGE TANKS, WATER- 1 . ',' ; TROUGHS. WIND MILLS, WELL CASING Your Patr nage Solicited, KENNA LUMBER' GO.. acquainted v!th Joe McCain, at McCain Drug Co, Roswell, New Alexico. REAL ESTATE OFFERINGS No. 172. 6,000 acre ranch near Clayton..,N. M,; good grass, well watered. Price $6.00 per acre. No. 173. - 15,000 acres in New Mexico, nbundanes of vvaser, fine grass. Price 16.00 per acre. No- 10-A. ' i 18,000 acre ranch in. Culbertson County, Texas, finest crazing land, wll watered. -VFnce 12.00 er acre bonu, $1.40 Pfc acrft du state. ; , ' Vs-' . - ' -v - - -"- &nJ a,?10 acres fi Paso County, Texaft, 8 miles from Sierra Blanco; good grazing land; $L46 per aero due state P rice $2.50 per acre bonus. No 100. " , .'" . 26,000 acres New Mexico; solid liody; good grazing land; abundance of gocd water. Pi iqe $2.00 per acre. No. 167. : 10,047 ac...

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. — 18 December 1914

T11K RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. If fe-s45 H a2 r7-T p . : ' mi No Money in Advance Si!infno (Ion Gur nnteed I''Btory Prices Easiest Terms A Saving oi $ L OO to 2 O O From Fac tory Direct P A. STARCK presioent We will shl!) you a bPautlful Starck Piano for 3n davit' froo trial. In ycur home. No cnsh lmymerit required. All we ask la that yxu will j-.lav upmi, tine it Ml test this piano fur So days. f, nt the end of that time, yi,u tlo i.i t find It tin hiKhest prr.de, .sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you hao pvh si en for the money, you are at perfect liberty to Fend It hae'e, ar.d We will, In that eent, pay the freight both ways. This Start I; Piano must maUc good with you, or there la no sale. Sava .50.00 or Mera Wc "Isip (ii:-rtt io ymi from our factory, it price' that ttavc ycu i:v;!rd. of $150.00 in the tx.at or yc.ir 'i:ii.f. Wo fpiarantef to fumiih y'ni a btttir p'riiio for 1h money than you can at-rur. clsc wlii'i-j. Yon are assured of receivina; satisfactor...

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. — 25 December 1914

V) ( ( , A THE KENNA RECORD VOL.8. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1914. NO. 45. War News from day to day. The operations of the allies in Flanders, after a long priod of sporadic fighting at detached points, apparently have now assured the character of a general inurement in an attempt to press back the entire western nd of the German line. v The latest French official statement says that appreciable gains have been made, although it is admitted that the Gar, nans are re sisting with determination. It is reported from London, but not confirmed, that the Germans have evacuated Dixniude. In Poland, the Germans continue to close in on Warsaw, forcing their wed'fl nearer to the city. Thsy .have reached the Russian position on the Bzura river and are lets than thirty miles from Warsaw, Heavy Russian reinforcements are being dispatched to the front ani undoubtedly severe fighting is in progress today. Petrograd reports that the Germans hare sus tained' great losses...

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. — 25 December 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAOE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY t.V. e are Headquarters Entered Febuary tth 19CT t the Kenna, Ntw Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. ... to id Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Adyanco Advcrttaclof ratea made known on application w LOCAL AND PERSONAL Fresh oysters on ice at Jones & Pirtle. R. R. Reagan from Boaz was here'Monday on business. Miss Evelyn Schramm came up from Roswell Wednesday. John Ern inert came in Wed nesday to spend Cluii tin as. The good that is in you is of small use as long as it stays there. John Keller left Wednesday for Oxhhoma City to epen d holidays, Clarence W. Long cf Olive was a business visitor early Mon day morning. Many people have become good speakers by first, beiug good listeners. .. W. P. Littlefield left Wednes day for Roswell to spend Christmas. Why not try some of your good New Year resolutions be fore hand and see how they work. Miss Rabb who teaches the Garland sch...

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. — 25 December 1914

THE RECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. ' GROCERIE When you come to Roswell conic in and get ' acquainted with Joe McCain at McCain Drug Co, 'if . 0 . . Roswell, New Mexico. HARDWARE LUMBER. BUILDING MATERIAL, s, ;0 I UIIML IAIMf, WATER- TROUGHS. &WIND MILLS. WELL CASING, Your Patronage Solicited, f KENNA LU-MBE CO. Kotlce for Publication. OSOJS . Department of the Interior, II. S. Land Office at Roswell, N. M. nee. 3, 1"14. Notice Is hereby given that Maude Hamil ton, of Kenno, N. M. widow of .lolin E. Hamil, ton, deceased, who. on Kept. 8, 1908. made HD. E. Serial No. 0302?. for NE! See. 54. Tu p. 7 3., Kanxe 31 E., N. M. P. Meridian hns illed. notice of Intention to make Final Ave year Proof, to establish clnim to the land above described before Dun C, Savoce, U. S. Com missioner, In his office at Kenna, N. M. on Jan. 12, 10'5. Claimant names as witnesses: Samuel V. Southard. John A. Scott, William A. McDowell. T. DexterGouly, all of Kenna, N.M. p'l J8 Einmett Patton, KoBlster REAL ES...

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. — 25 December 1914

THE IltiCORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. No Money in Advance Selif ac tion Uuar olcd LoweatNet Ftotorjr Prices Btiitil Term A Saving ol SI CO to S200 From Fae- tory Dlraot P. A. STARCK PHES1DINT 0 DAYS' FREE TRIAL We will ship you a beautiful Starck 1. nV. .......-.,.... ........ I All iiuiitt;. iu.-iii iujiiitriii iwutivru, and test this piano fur 30 days. If, at the highest grade, sweetest toned and flnt si-en for the money, you aro at perinct liberty to end It back, and we will. In that eent, pay the freight both way. This Starck llano must make good with you, or there Is no sale. Sava $353.00 or Mort We Miip i.ircct to y.r.t from our factory, tt prices that save you i.pwardd of $150.00 In the co-it of your pinno. Wo (pi a ran tee to furnttli you a better pit. no fir the money than you cut M-onrn eIHvheri. You nre Assured of receiTinf satisfactory awect toned durable high grade plilllO. 23-Year Ei.arar.tcQ Kvery SLarck Tiaro is piara:itecd for 2t yur.J. 'i his guarantee liui luck of it o...

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 January 1916

1 7, 1910. NO. 47. - At A letter on , (j..!S ,,f Ian, ting licenses for the 1imU:g ,r k1 trapping of coyotes wildcat has be: n et- t p & I'.t lan iti'inirer by ..;-:.! :;t T):i "l A tioiney A. I'i. i'"..ivan;-, 'Hhiacit.y, This bdter r;- ! ''1 have your letter i-i v,d.; b , 2 -u ask wlielhcr it h ;y f 'far-wion e:sr- I i i i1 ' ii ' t------ - . . . ... lasts to fxoc:r.? a i:-'"-; ' :se before i';;;ir? i.: tnch "'The law does nut require, a. ' 1 noting license for Rich hunt ; aad trapping. The only (!ulty wliic.Ii may arises u -r Section 7 of Chapter 101 lie l;lw of 11)1.1, Whir!, ! r . s that tiie presence, of any 'On in any open tinKl, ptairsr? forest with traps, gains or ,3r weapons for hunting iout having in ins posossion proper hunting licence, it; iia fa;w evidence of viola- i of the game law. If arrest' under such ciicumstancr 3 ; A violation ot the game law, ' burden would be upon th iter to prove that lie was ely trapping the wibl anj la fur which a license to hunt. .; n...

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 January 1916

The Kenna Record O. C. SAVAGE Fditor nnd Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Fcbuary 1907 at the Kenn, Hew lvnCO, Pout Office, as second Clasa bUQ Matter. Subaer'ptlon Sl.OO Per Year in Advance uuil. jkwws. iue-.4wuub. s JIliUHte.lllUlMwalWtMWl- uftUuL. .JrttMU. JiiiiMMIb. diUMMMU littV. .''iUfc. xb. .JittUttiJ AdvOTtltelnc rates mucteknown en application LOCAL AND PERSONAL Bob and Jake Baker of the Judson community caught a young lynx in their traps last week. It was larger than a full grown coyote and strong enough to pull down a young calf. A representative of the Rec ord was entertained at the home of Uncle Clayton Bakr, in the Judson neighborhood last Saturday night. Uncle Clayton and the boys raised a good crop last year, have a barn full of corn, an immense rick of maise heads, a smokehouse full of meat and a pasture full of young mules and are still feed ing maise from the 1911 crop. W. A. Stansell left Wednes day niorning.for Portales where he expects to make his home and will e...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 7 January 1916

I Talcums, Perfumes, PREPAREDNESS Should remind you that you have buildings that should be repaired before crop season is upon you. Or perhaps you need a new barn or windmill tower, if so it will pay you to lei us figure on your lumber bill. Don't forget that our 1916 stock of groceries are the best that the markets can supply and the prices are right. The Kenna Lumber Co. ' 'M' - 1 4 r t ome Tiummers FOR THE OPENING OF 1916 Our Motto for this Year is Quick Sales. In order to move a big quanity of stuff, we realize that the price must be right. Therefore our aim will be to se cure for spot cash, this merchandise in every line at the Lowest Possible Price, and likewise pass it out to you. We give below a few sample prices while they last. Wichitas Best Flour ...$3.15 per 100 7 lbs. Grab or Hike Along Coffee tl.OO King Komu3 Syrup. . . .... (5c Sugar, per hundred. $G.50 Honey, pergalon 11.00 " .. - - I V. sjr- ,yvj- ..sj' .v- .vv. y v: JJ 1 V I X 1 M :0 '! i J " y- 1 1 If f.'J u - f.:...

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 January 1916

A V . Wj V. A I ' . A t P. A. STAFfCK 30 DAYS I'7o Money in Alvrneo n.'itooil J'nolory f ' r v ; r c h ' . Mauioat ', . i .Tcrinn A , Sa vi 3iJ oi 1 sion to I o i i From I'bo lory Direct x' 3 r rB r"8 r-rr, THE TMRICE-A-WEEK I Dili ON OF THE NEW WORLD YORK it y q i n j t.-:l, in ;i.m- Wa will f-lil) y tt a bi-iuHIfu! Starc-U I'lam f,.r TO Horns. io can Twy instil fCMiiirm. .mi wo l.j t:.u j..u v.U r-.ny upon, use yii',1 tst tills ii:oii ftir a it I'nys. if, nt t!:o r.l if thnt tire, y; .1 i I fi::tl 't ttin JfiK-'t'1 Hdo, sweetest It roil mi I (most 1 i;:!iu In rvory v. a-, 1' it ',.". h.'ivo ever t't' l'e money, ou ur.j i.t iii.iiert i.v-i i iy to ."tl ,1. liur i, tii.it v.v '.viii, m trmt efe'M, pay 'the fru Unlit bull v uya. 'this Stank l'Uno iti::t nutko i.oc. I Willi you, ur ttiWf ia no pale. Savs S.7.3.C2 cr r;a We kM dirwt tft y:i fieri oir ru-fory, &t pries tintt save you vuwnnii of t.'tO.OO in tita otjst f jfir piano. Vu p-tj.i ra tilt-r to finr.;'ili juii ft Iifii,cr p...

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. — 14 January 1916

V: ... 1 "' ' v. V rr Tfjj ipn Ij i j! j . -fc i.i J to ff IT ENNA i- 3 r, VOL.9. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW IIEXICt), FRIDAY, JAN. 14, 1010. ' HO. 48. Walt Mason On Home Patronage Kersmith & Kicksmith deal in wax and Chinese) eggs and carpet tacks. They aio good sports in every way; thoy cough up money every, day to make the feovVli a better place in which to live and push your face. Thoy Is ire a couple ,f cleiks or more who wait on patrons in the store. Our cross roads burg they woyld upbuild, and see it with people filled, And lo that eiiCl'tijey blow their scad like truly patriotic lads But when we nee of eggs a few we send away to Timbuctoo, and when a carpet tack we wish, it's ship ped from Ypsilanti, Mich. Each lias the notion in hia domu'that tilings lire Miist away from home; and so we order liotls alid hats und humming biids and maltcsS cats from strangers in some town remote, who would not know us from a goat. We ship away our hard earn ed kale, and get out- foititn r...

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. — 14 January 1916

! i.T i ' ' !. . The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY EntctcJ Fvbuvy 8h 1907 t the Kenna, tint Mrico, Poit Office, as second Class Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Avectisolnr roles made known on application Mid' ,5011 rv' Goo St LOCAL AND PERSONAL - M. O. Mills of Roswell .was a busmees visitor here Monday. Marvin Roberson is clown from Clovis on a visit to his parents. ' - Messrs Baker and Collins of Rock Valley were Kenna visit ors Thursday. Mr?. J. B. King of Frog City, is; visiting her daughter, Mr. J. G. (.reaves this wck. G. J? Rose of Judsrin is mar keting corn in Kenna this week. Oscar Roberson of Clovis was on the streets here th'i week at lending to business. He an noiinces that he will soon he passing here often firing one of tl? Santa Fe's locomotive en gines. It is not at all necessary to dwell on tho drop in tempera ture 'J'uefcday night, for all the dear readers evidently noticed it,, or else I hey have more cloth es, thuu the editor....

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. — 14 January 1916

r PREPAREDNESS Should remind yon that you have buildings that should be repaired before crop season is upon you. Or perhaps you need a new barn or windmill tower, if so it will pay you to lei us figure on your lumber bill. Don't forget that our 191G &tock of groceries are the best that the markets can supply and the prices are right. The Kenna Lumber Co. " t. . - t I t Some Hummers FOR THE OPENING OF 1916 Our Motto for this Year is Quick Sales. - In order to move a big quanity of stuff, we realize that the price must be right. . Therefore our aim will be to se cure for spot cash, this merchandise in every line at the Lowest Possible Price, and likewise pass it out to you. We give below a few sample prices while they last. Wichitas Best Flour..-.- .. $3.15 per 100 7 lbs. Grab or Hike Along Coffee tl.00 King Komus Syrup G5c Sugar, per hundred .$6.50 lioney, pergalon $1.00 DRY GOODS 12 l-2c Ginghams. . . . . 10c 10c rercale.. 8 l-3c 15c Linen 12 l-2c 15c Flannelette. 12 l-2c Outing...

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. — 14 January 1916

( - :i .-v -. i., P 'a. . -ii I.VlC'! I'-.---,. V . -(!. 1 ' : - .' !' the thrice-a-week NEW YORK WORLD l l-IU Of.--! r. ,i t o e J net ! y ' I: 5 ? f. t rV : r.' j .v r 3 4 " i.r v' ' '"v'-'--i....--;.-. Practically i Daily at the price af a Vk iy. Ko other Newsyaytt in tSe world iv as min H et I low price. I . . . : ,r ;. o i. I ... It r. '1 V u- W'9 v.l'I P mi l I i:st tl,.:; ill..;. hi (-,! tor l!:(- Hi..'!-. V. -. ev.-nt, j ii v it' - f ' or t'.i : e iJ. imi ijuIo, l: t iKlrfc l!y;'. hh'O ".'' l J i f V,!l ;v I '.'r( r f--,' l.-i; " '4. p'l. ft r 515 YOUR I It ycu: . i , upon, uan -.. i. f.-ul U (!) v- u 1 v ever - .i ...a, in tliat , v..i ith you, f.i.-iurr. at ii . I ;l: 'Ml-:?' '1 l:i i !i:ir-.r. . I .n I .. it il. "i r ' VrfV of r.'. i ti-rli r-.. .-- I (' - r: ; I 'i -.Il . ( .1 ' . . - ::.',( v.'UlU - Ti rviy J t r n; hy uia'M i ,i: r t. i J P. A. 3' r : 1 i..-.l J U;iK.K.O v.i -t"'i-l.:ir. l p:'.Ma of ei! )t. I r.nv .l-'t f lr.-;! . .1-5 r"..l.vT-t'MW-. T-llaW v.- $n.v'3...

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. — 21 January 1916

r ,.- - ' v k t nn it Tf i il Ji II 1 BNNA Bp CORD VOL.9. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, pV MEXICO, FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1910. NO. 49. vIS-AiJj TO ERADICATE CATTLE TICKS te";artnii3nt of Agriculture1 .Will Co - ,Oberate With State or County ' Authorities In Battle. "Ticks tako as much as 200 pounds Cf blood a year from a 1-000-pound steer; cut the milk production of cows nearly E0 per cent; reduce the homo price of meat animals from one half to out cent a pound; prevent bftultora from lending ninncy to pro mote Use live stock industry; keep down fertility and production 6t forms; end make the southern farril fe'9 .Jiay juO.HOO. ft yrar to supply -the" iiover-ceasiug barbecue df btbod.'1 Thus Carl Vrooman, assistant secru tary of agriculture of tho United States, remarked in telling of the new tick campaign the government has started. "Dip the tick" is the slogan which the department of J agriculture has 7 vr. x J V; ; 1 f!x, J-fX" , - - . ' I J" V , Dipping Tick-Infested Cattle. adopted for a sp...

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. — 21 January 1916

I The Kcnna Record D. G. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY wd FohuMy S 190f at the Kenna, New kirafax), Pott Otfice, at second Class KM Manet. ... Subscription S1.00 Pop Year In Advance Li'uL-iiWi.. Jaunt 3Uii3iUluk:i nt'ti. k& idJ. J iitoi Sukt SuiiiiL 5nut JUa. .laiiill JmtJwsufe.iii. m&. iuk-. - A4vrt1elnr ntrj niide known en application 640 ACRE Stock-Raising Home stead Bill Up Again. Tho 010 Aero Stock -Raising Homestead Bill was again intro duced in Congress in December That is a bill identical with II R No. 15799 which was introduced br II. 13. Ferguson in the G3rd Congress and passed the house January is, I9lo and was re ported favorable by the Senate Committee, but by some means or other the bill failed to pass tho Senate, was introduced. Most all readers of the Record are familiar with the Fergusson bill and will recall readily most all of ita provisions. The bill has been m the hands of the Committee on Public Lands for several days past and they on January...

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. — 21 January 1916

Coal Salt We have just received a car of the famous Dawson Nut Coal and a car of Stock Salt, block and Ibulk. We also have a complete supply of California Evaporated Fruits in 10 pound boxes. The Kenna Lumber Co. t ! - t t ' i i i N ew Clothing1 We are just in receipt of a new lot of Men's and Boy's Ready-to-Wear Suits and Pants. This is one new line we are adding, and we are making some extra low introduc tory prices. We expect to add many more in a short time. In fact our aim is to make this a general merchandise establish ment in every sense of the. word. .We also expect to greatly increase our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,- Notions, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Our. Hardware Line will be found more complete, and everything better linel up than heretofore. Give us a show at your business and we will see that you get a square deal. Yours for prosperity. L. C. DENTON, General Merchandise. r h The Kenna Record (One Year. One Dollar) WITH THE T Atlanta Constitution, daily, 1 yr. J4.00 . ...

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. — 21 January 1916

e v., v V,.3 ti IP A. 4Vh-rt'. in Advuofe BiiCnoil I ; Nt Factory r.-, . '. ' Prices - ' ' , ri r f tor j' iirc5Ct 30 BAYS' FRgg TiilM, OvHii'H'.u hiamn I rfttt jr;r c t':.1 li voce ,v p. r, K la time Mil v rouse ; Yo will nn.'t, im : 5 , ,r. r ' r.' -.""' h . k is mat ' ii V...I x-y vvn. us.; r , . . " ' ". 'V mat Ice, v u 7. ret find l the Inp'-rst prate, swet.ni t-,; rj ,nt p'.-nn in even- tjv. f-r.t v.,u h.vf evr sren the -norty. are , . ti-.t in.-ri.- to ro.'. t -,-.v h-'11 in that r.r"iVr8f?x mk? ! lh'9 1rti'CK r'ia51 n'1' '- !sioj Witl. ou. Ssiva S!j3.03 F'sn V'p ..Kip i.',;t ' : i yf, t fm; n;-r ff'ory, at n:iut'- tl,t f.-iv ;ou iinar' tf f ."(:. ii ti tt;r:n pIm-wIhtp. Von ir Tfil of .Vi!itiy 25-Yetr Cu72:;!c3 I'-vrv Jiuiri'u 'i mi-tt.-ii't'"! it-r , ? 'lti K'r-tui'V j.i ci it o'.r j ycur of r, i. f XT.r!r,"f.( 51, .( fl.p 3 Free f'yeb r:i t! ; hi vmt own tt"i.i oik v(.jii fr-" (H'".r: cMon. 6 t r...t rt i n t n. ic liiiie riia t,n I. .n v a r Id rd t tuw .i j ' . . 5 fi ci...

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. — 28 January 1916

T HP RECORD. VOL. 9. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW IIEXICO, FRIDAY, JAN- 28, 1916. NO. 50. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. beiiurtmHit of (ho thtferforj V. 8; Land Office at Ro'well. N. M., Jn. . 1916. Notice Is hereby cWei that John VT. Stigall' of RichUnd, N. M., Kf.on Jan. 7. 1016, mud. HE.. Serial, No 039950, for Lots 3. 4, 6. U; SK!4 K'WM: KSW! Sea. e, Tp. 7 8.; mid Lots 3. Section 31. TownsMp 6 S., Rang. 36 E, N. N. M. P. MeHOlan, ha tiled notice of inten tion tomak. Hna tti,j ,.vear proof, to estab ilaii lilhliii io ilis luiiWSboTe dSiikflbed, berb're C. E. Toombs, (I. S, Commissioner. In his ottlcei Bt Kichluud. N. M.. on March 4. I916, Claltuaut Dames as witnesses Siln' F. Beeman. Charles R. Peek, Jarne W. J. wall, James I. Betts. .11 of Richland, N. M. Emmett Patton, Register. Jan. 28 Feb. . IJ! U J Li '-' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. i. Land Office at Roswell: M. M Jan. 12. I'M". Notice is hereby given that SilnsF. licemlifi. of Riohlnnd, N. M.. who on Jan. ...

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. — 28 January 1916

Tha Kcmia Record D. G. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Eeitl FWhiu tfc 1907 it the Kcnna, Mm sV-viro, Post Office, m second Class MOT kfSMtei. ... Sueser'ptlon $1.00 Par Year In Advance Mrtlseln ,tes madelcnonD on aillonl!on LOCAL AND PERSONAL' Mrs. W. J. Stobb of Valley View, N. M., wa8calletl to the bed sido of hor mother, Mrs. L. K. Tampke of San Antonio, Texas. We find by follow ing the pro ceedings of congress in the dis cussion and passage of the sec tion law that after a lengthy debate the lull passed the House allowing entries to bo made within 20 miles of the original entry.. There was considerable feeling exhibited on thi j part of the bill. Some wanted nothing but contiguous entries, come wanted a ten mile limit, some wanted state line limit, and many eastern congressmen wanted the distance unlimited, and after a debate of several hours they compromised on the ilO mile limit, requiring full com pliance with the law as to resi lience and impr v ments. We can only ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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