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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 December 1917

0: TO THE HOUSE KEEPERS OF KENNA, N.M. C. li. Sttwart was the first man that found ut ii different Tray to make Extract's. The old way was to take the oil, and tkaa place Alcohol, in it to cut it asd then the balauce is water. The way that there is different Qualities, of Extract's, is the Manufactors, place more oil and Alcohol in their hot ties, of cearaethe more of the two the btter and stronger, the less of those two the more water. The new way is that the oil is p'aced in Giicoresn, and of course all knew that Olicoreau i jnst a heathy as Alcohol. . This way they are placed into Tubes, a full ounce, and when yeu want anything flavored with any of the Spice?, it only takea two drops (for the average person) to lake the place of a teasjaoonfu.il of your hoot Alco hol Extract's. Theoiher Fiav rs it takes about 3 oiul 4 drops t9 uncial a teaspoon ful I of ti e ether. You readily see that thin ounce of the Tithe Erttac'H4 it old for 25 cents will rearli'y take the place of 3 to 4 bo...

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. — 4 January 1918

ry- jTji rp i... il il ii y EC .. Y TX Y A -X A XII 11 A , 1.x VOL. 11. KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, HEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JANUARY, 4, 1918. NO. 47. LOCAL and PERSONAL HAPPENINGS. building vacated by the post office. FOR SALE Thoroughbred young Plymouth Rock Roosters Ringlet Strain.. Price $l.5o. Mailorders to Mrs. J. T. Tea- gue, Rt. 3, H)x 11, Elida, N. M I Archie Cooper loaded another 'car of bear grass (his week, This makes the third car IT. L. Deweese, John Assiier and son, IleQry, of Valley View were transacting business in town Saturday. .. Born! To Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Berryhill Dec. 29, a nine pound girl. aner urn ana ramuy ame nip from Roswell, to feast with lii3 father M. T. Hill and family during the holidays. that he has shipped. Come on you bear grass choppers and rabbit twisters and spend some of jour dollars for the Kenna Record. W. L. Sears as other directors. P. T. and O. V. Bell: were re elected cashier and ' assistant cashier with and increase in salery and thanks from t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 4 January 1918

Xost. 3 I lg::g's rival By JOHN ELKINS. 19 V : a to AlrleA lonjr, working utoiulily dnjr Ik and day out In theAldlne Insurance ctiwpany's office, and InyJnjr by a lit- tre each week, had always been think log of tha time when he could hove W own business. But the little pile Ktew Tery slowly, and one day wheu he round himvclf In love with his cou W clinm, Anne Yuters, the pile Kerjaed of such very puny proportions that a sort of desperation seized upou Wm at his powerlessiiess to at once Striae out into larger fields. lie rwnniR't ask a Klrl like Ann to share hla small salary, and even If she would, that luennt aii end to the laying Yj rf anything to start for himself. As fur Anne, 'she drifted along In tu enjoyment of Alden Long's society taking pleasure In the modest little treats he gave hep, and not tnuklng It at all cortulu to him whether she would say yes or no'to the momentous fltrpsrloa If he should ask It. One evening Long , met at Anne's Itaiae an elderly gentleman, Amos M...

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. — 4 January 1918

Kotie for Publication. OSfTBO IpartmeDt of the Interior, U. S. Land OIBce. t Roiwell, N. M.. Sept. t, 1917. Notlee Is hereby siren thut John AaMter, f VHe View. N. M., who. on July 8. nu, Me HD. E, Serial No. 038790. for Lots 3 4 M RHNWV. nod the SWk. Seo. 1. Townhlp 7 S., Rnntr 3J E., N. M. P. Meri dian hat filed notice of intention to make Onal three-year proof to establish claim to the nd above described, before Dan C. Savage. U. S. Commissioner. In his offloe at Kenna N. M.. on Jan. g, I9ie. Claimant names as witnesses: lenrt I Deweese.John O. Whltson, Walter b Smlf r John P. Smith, allof Valley view IV. M BmmettlPatton. Rrster. Not. 80. Oct. t8. 0 Jfotlce for Pabllcatloi. 01160 Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Ft. Sumner, N. M.. Dec, Ik Not.'ee Is hereby glton that Jesse L. tow. of Kenna, N. Mu who on March. s, 1915, made HD.No 01W66. Mr the SE.K8W V. Lot 4. SMSEM Sec 30, nn NGSec.SI, Towp, 4S., Ranite M E., N. M. P. Meridian has Bled, notice ef Intention to make...

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. — 4 January 1918

NO CALL NOW FOR QUOTA'S DEFICIENCY Balance Will lie Included In Call On February 15, According To Crowder. (overner Limey toilay was informed ly wiie Ly 1'ro'osl Marshall General Ciowder that there will le no' more fonnal calls fur defej r.'d'pieeenfag0. rf the jro&piit dm ft .quota miti' after Fehi nary 15, It is rsked that the greatest publicity possi ble be giren to this new ruling. The telegra' ; to the governor is as f..l.ows: "Washington, D C., Deo.2G, 17. "Governor W..K. Lindsey, ''Santa Fe.'N. M. "dumber A sixteen forty. II lias been dic'ded that there will be no more formal calls for de rVrred pi'ecentages of the pres nr or.ota be for Frliim y 15. While boards : curd, until tl.e have enough men finally clus i fie in Class one, fend forward promptly men selected undr theold regulation, to make rp deficiencies in calls already ma le, the result of this decision will be that wo shall be able to giTe the benefit 'of tie new slassifkation system to all nun whose order number...

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. — 11 January 1918

i ii 11 in KENNA RECORD. VOL.11. KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 11, 1918. NO. 48. FOR SALE Thoroughbred young Plymouth Rock Roosters Kinglet Strain. Price N.50. Mail orders to Mrs. J. T. Tea gue, Rt.3, BjxH, E'.ida, N. M LOCAL and PERSONAL HAPPENINGS. Dudley Jones is loading a car of bear gra3s this w eek. Frank ShermaD left Monday for Halo Center, Texas, after spending a week here with his father J. M. Sherman. John Eiland, deputy sheriff of ChLves county, was in Ken na, and Tacinity Saturnay attending-to officwvl business. - Hardy Morgan is here from Lamesa, Texas, this week tran acting bu: 1 iess n I looking aftej his cattle that aie luing pastu ed by Frank Good R. J. Cato and son, Vergil jof Rock Valley, came in Saturday to meet Miss Calla Cato wfiio arrived from Granefield, Okla homa, to make her future reli denco here. CORN! CORN I OATS! OATS! I have a car of corn and oits which was shipped the 5th am expeting thi3 car to arrive any day. Will appreciate ...

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. — 11 January 1918

HISTORY OF THE PANTOMIME Wai First Introduced to the English Stage In 1702 Has Alwayi Been Popular. The first pantomime Introduced to the English, stage was "Turn rtlik ctb," and was by John Weaver. This wa In the year 1702. It was produced at Drury Lane. The great lnstltutor of pantomime In England was, how ever, John Rich, who devised tbii form of entertainment In 1717. Ills first emphatic success was In 1724. when he produced "The Necroman cer; or, History of Dr. Faustus." So successful was Hlch with his panto tnhue that Garrlck, Quinn and others became exasperated. Ilich lived to Bee pantomime firm; established nt Drury Lane and Covent Garden. He died In 17GI. Regarding the subjects of panto tn lines the most popular theme this year Is, we are Informed, 'Cinderella," with "Habes In the Wood" second and "Dick Whittington" third. If the Lon ion and suburban pantomimes are taken alone Cinderella" will again be first, while "IJabes in the Wood" and "Aladdin" tie for second place. 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. — 11 January 1918

Jiotlce lor Publication. 01806? Department of the Interior, U. B tnwi Office t lt. fmnncr. N. M., Deo., It Nrjt'cii i.-i Hereby triren that Jesse I.,. Tow, hf KNnua, N. Mi, who on March, it, 1915, made HD. No OlSOOe. fur tlie SK.XSW, Lot 4, SiWSE'i Seo 30, nml NE' See. SI, Towp. 43., l!ine M K, N. M. i'. Meridian lms Died, noltoe of intention to mnke Final Threa Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land boT described before Dan C. Ravatre. U. S. rrtttlmiKHWJner, In his odlce at Kenna, N. M.i Januaryi i, iqis. -" Claimant names aa witnesses: ' Frank M. Bech'er, of Olive, N. M. Alvln C. White, John Q. Keller, James T. Teague, all of Kenna, N. M. A, J. Evans, Register. Dec 8. Jsn !5, IT J Church Director tiAt'ltST CHURCH. Preaching Services every Fourth Sunday of each month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School, Sunday mora ine at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting;. Wednesday evening at 6-30 o'clock. C.'A. Todd, Pastor. OO TO KEMP LUMBER CO. j Li LI DA, N. M. J For Wire, Tost, Cement, Lumber...

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. — 11 January 1918

X. j I NO CALL NOW FOR QUOTA'S DEFICIENCY Balance Will Be Included In Call On February 19, According T Crewder. Govenier Liusey today was informed by wire ly Provost Marshall Geasral Ctowder thai there will la c more formal calls for deferred precentajr. s cf the prebent drnft quota until after February 15, It 19 askftd that the greatest publicity pfdssi- ble he e'nftt to this new rulinr. I The tjlegram to the goternor is as follows: "Washington, D. C, Dec. 28, 17. -, -"Governor: W. E. Lindsey, . "Santa Fe. N. M. "Number A sixteen forty. It has been dc:ded that there will be no more formal calls for de ferred pr'centngjPs of fh pres n. ," 'pf F 'u- y 15. While bo-nls , unt i ev havH e'outf iiih-! i a 1 1 mg i fle ' in (.V in. , -frxi f r-v.rd promptly me-- yt' cc en '() the old rtgu -'t on m..k -i p deficienci1 ' ii; :lls niif iiily made, the result or tins decision will be tha shall 1 nblo to five the benefit . ' tl new class. tkation h.vs '" tt. ail .,tn Whose order nuinhers hi wo...

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. — 18 January 1918

THE KENN A RECORD VOL. 11. KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1918. NO. 49. FOR SALE Thoroughbred young Plymouth Rock Roosters Ringlet Strain. Price fl.So. Mai! orders to Mrs. J. T. Tea gat, Rt. 3, Box 11, Elida, N. M LOCAL and PERSONAL HAPPENINGS. R. R. Kimbrel and family moved to Elida, this week. C. F, Wortham returned from Oklahoma, Monday. Joe Wilcox was in from the Wilkinson ranch the fiitof the week after feed W. J. Oower of Judson, was a business visitor in town Monday. alter spending his .-old weather lay or! in Kenna. Geo. Brawley was in from near Olive, the-first of the week on business. Geo. Cary of Cap Rock, and M. O. Berry hill and Elmer Kel ler went to E!ida, on business Tuesday. Geo. Overly and wife, pioneer residents of the Kenna, vacin ity left this morning for Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Sims and baby of Port n lea, . are visiting friends here .this week. C- II Wear and children left on the morning pissenger for Delta, Colorado. Cranford Co...

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. — 18 January 1918

L TEXAS PEOPLE HIT THE STORY OF A HOME REGIMENT THAT IS TRY ING TO PULL THE KAIS ER FROM HIS THRONE. Few people know that there I a Texas Heg-iment playing a great ipart in the war. In its ranks are to be found a girl school teacher; a confederate veteran of 77, maimed for life in the war; there is an alder man, some locomotive engineers, a doctor, and several clergy men. Many women are in the ranks of this strange regiment. The uniform consists of well worn civilian clothing, the regi mental motto is "Service"; its standard the Stars and Stripes. To explain further, there is in certain Texas city of about 12,000 inhabitants a set of peo ple, drawn chiefly from those not rich in this world's goods; who have made up their minds that they must personally help win the war. They have read carefully the advice given by the Government, they have de vised ways and means of their own to accomplish their object, and they have placed themsel ves on record, in writing, over their signature, th...

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. — 18 January 1918

.OlK'l tr 1' I. Ill It'll lull. 0UP66 oepanment of the Interior, U. B Cod Office at Ft. Pumner, N. M.. Deo., Ik WIT., Not'ce is herohy given that Jesse L.Tow, of Kenna, N. M., who cn Miirch. !3, 1915, made HD.No OI'--Oe. fir the SK.I4SW4, Lot 4, SHSEM See 30, nnd NF.! See. SI, Towp. s., RanneNE, N. M. p. Merldlnn has (lied, notice of Intention to moke Final Three Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described bnfore Dan C. Bavire. U. S. Commissioner, In his office at Kenna, N. M.. on January, , 191R. Claimant names as witnesses: , Frank M. BeihW, of Olive, N. M. Alvln C. White. John a. Keller. James T, Teaitue, all of Kenna, N. M A. J. Evans, Register. Deo 8. Jin IS. Notice for Publication. osxr.83 department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Oloe. at Roswell, N. M.. Jan. Ml. 1918. Notice Is hereby . Kiven th Sllie 8liftrer, of Ksnna. N. M wilnw. of Julian c. Shafer, de leased, wiio oi Miy in, imi, maile HD. E, No. W.-5S1. for SK'i, Soo. It: WHSWX. Seo 10; and W!i N WH. Sectio...

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 January 1918

t t t. i s i NO CALL NOW FOR QUOTA'S DEFICIENCY Balance Will Be Included In Call On February 15, According To Crowder. Goveiner Linsey today was infoimeil by wire by Proiost Marshall General Ctowd-r t hat there will le ro more formal calls for defeired pieccnlaK:i f the pres-ent dritft quota uuli after February 15, It is asked tliatthe greateat publicity ppei b!e be giyeh to this new ruling. The telegram to the governor is 9 follows:; Washington, D. C, Dec. 20, 17. "Governor V, E. Lindsey, "Santa Fe. N. M. "Number A nix teen foity. It has been d. o'ded that tliete will be no more foi nial calls for !? furred precentnges of the pres ent quota before February 1), While bor.rls should, until th have enough ineii finally classi fied in Cl--4 one, send foiwaid promptly men. ".selected un1-i the old ifgn'ftt'on to make i deficiencies in calls already made, the result of this decision will be that we shall be able l give the benefit of the new clasv'lieat ion system to all im n whose older...

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 January 1918

TT T 11 II il KENNA ITD CORD VOL. 11. KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 25, 1918. NO. 50. FOR SALE Thoroughbred young Plymouth Rrtck Roosters Ringlet Strain. Price Sl.So. Mailorders to Mrs. J. T. Tea gne, Rt. 3, Box 11, Elida, N. M LOCAL and PERSONAL HAPPENINGS.: FOR SALE! 1 coming 2 year old horse, 1 3 and 1 c year old mares folded by jack. 1 saddle. Cash or time on approved se curity. Vv. J. Grume, Kenna, N. M. ;. Sie Evans .and sister, Miss Texie and D. C, Savage made a business trirj to Boaz Saturday. Mis. T. P. Crume airtt little1 son, who have been visiting re-' latives in Oklahoma, fol' several j weeks returned home Saturday.! . Prof. E R. Frost .made an important business transaction in portales, last Satu'rd-jy. Washington, D. C Senator A A Jones has received his allotment of flower and vege table seeds and will be glad to furnish a quanity to those de siring same upon request. The Department cf Agricul ture has also advised the Sena tor that they have a...

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 January 1918

n i. -i-j L SUGAR CONTROL i SAVED MILLIONS i lAmerloin Coniumer Profited by ! 1160,000,000 French Situ atlon Helped. HOME PRICE HELD AT 9 CENTS. ;Thl Natlen'i Sugar Supply Rsduest) i t wsvtnty Per Cent." f NarmaL Java ttookis Unavailable. ' Suo" control um'ssyw tlie Araer toaa pablle 1180,000,000, Htrbert Boot United States' food administrator, 'declared the otter day? ! Be pointed oat that sugar wi sell mt tot l casta a ponnd last August 'aad that It would liaTa' advanced te 20 ; casta a pound, with the world short jar aa a stimulus, had' Dot tha food 'aaaornlstrtitlon secured' tha co-opera-itto'H ef tha refiners .'and wholesalers !aad ftxsd a sugar price that today en ables housewlrea'to buy sugar at from ta 9 cents a pouRd. ; "Erery 1 cent ' raise In sugar from . Stptetuber 1 to Jaunary 1 means $18,- Oat), 900 ta Uia American consumer," My. HoeTer said. "Numbers ot gen jtietaen win tell you that 20 cent sugar wvuld have prevalledand tha public jrtrbaed of flsWHW.CHXMuls year If w...

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 January 1918

WB1I I.ILJJlJJlaMJMIlil!LlL hi fimiuigw Katiea far ratltcatlen. tlBM irtoitBt of U laurlor, U. Lm4 mm at n. ttaMr, Jf, M Dee.. II Hie., Baee li karat? dTa tW jesae L. Tew. a Keaaa, W. af , wae oa March. It. till, mU KN . VltaM. for tke SB.U8WV. Let 4, 0MBSM Baa Se. m NB 8m. II. Tow,. fB., aate M , N. X. p. MrIH kM M. tatttni to aafce ftaW TVae Tear lYeaf. to eetakHaa claim t the Ha ere Hk aefere Dsn G. Sartf a. y. a Crwaikaaener. te kla eae el Keaaa, jf. u iuwt. i. m 11. CUImaat wunae m wttaeeaea: Break M. Bwler. of Olive, N. m. Altta C WW. Joke . Keller, Jamea T. Tmim. all A. J.RTftM, &tictar. NJH at. Jafflaa for ria&eaUea. Urtnht ef tha laterlor, U. S. l4 MKUkNttll.H. W..Jao. II. mi. NettaetoaareDr ClTa tkat Bailie 8W e. I Keaaa. . M.. widow, at Jallaa c. Skater. eaeaaM. wko, as Mar 11. w. CMe BD. . OMMI. far SBM. Baa. it; WMftlTM. Baa M: all WM NWk. Baatlon II. TowMklp 7 8.. Baaie 11 B., , k P. Merl ea kaa alea Bailee of Ifltoatlou te make Boel three-year reof U aktablisk...

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 January 1918

1 c 640 Acre Land Is Being: Classified. Kenua Recotd. Kenna, N. M Gentlemen 1 have just been advised thai A'sUUnt Secre tary Vogelsang, of lht Interior I Department lias approved the classification under the Section Homestead Law of 124,836 acrts of land in Iht Ft. Sumner, Tucnmcari and Roswcll land districts to become effective Febursry 1Kb. 1918. The par ticular la i ds classified are situated in the foiling township and range?, emhiacing the larg er pait of KooFeelt County, a email portion in the south of Curry County van.1 another email area in northern Chaves County: Twp. 1 N , R. 29 E. 4 1,. o 3 1 . 2.9 29., 29,. o ow ,, 32 37M 37 ., Twp. 1 S. R. 30 2 30 3 :j0 30 0 30 ,, . 1 33 M 2 33 ,, , 3 33 f,. 33 ;' m :3 ;, 2 37 .. 1 37 Twp. IN., R. 30 E. 2 30 3 i, 30 ,, M 1 3:j ,, 2 ., 33 3 33 1 ,, 35 ,, TV p. Js., R. 28,, - n 28 28,, 1., 31 2,, 31 3 31 31 f 31 1 34 4 -34 n i ' . l " 3 37 5.. 37,, Twp. 1 N.,131 E, 2 -31,-, 3 31 4 : 31 1 34 .; 2 34,. 1 . 30.,. 4 ,, . 3g ,, Twp. 1 S., R. 2...

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. — 1 February 1918

NNA RECORD. V0L.il. KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, I, 1918. NO. 5 A . FOR SALE 1 coming 2 v old horse, 1 3 and 1 c rear mares folded by jack. 1 sadJ Cash or time on appro vedJ se curity... vv, J. Crume, Kenna, N.fM. LOCAL and PERSONAL HAPPENINGS. Malone Aids Hoover. . Joe Cooper received 2001 head iof heifer and steer yetil lings Wednesday that he had I '.light from Mrs. Reese and Mr.l Bee- man northwest of Elida Miss Elsie b'ry visited f rtenda in Portales Monday, F. M. Miller and famill Plainview, Texas, are KuestsofMr. and Mra. M. Berry hill this week. Mr. i . . ter is loomng at tne count with a view of locating here. Jess Tow, 0. H. Hewatt." Frank Bechler and C- G. Stroud of Olive, were business visitors in town Tuesday. Not in proclaiming more meatless days, but in helping to .supply the demand. From November the Oth. to January 2t)th. G A Malono of the Olive vacinity killed and sold $200.00 worth of rabbits $82.00 of which he made in two weeks. This not...

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. — 1 February 1918

In the Ranks. , V - v t f , v v -s It .31 v...' Th American House Mnnciffrr 13 tedy a member' of the niniy Hint 1l flghtlng to kdvo (loinoorncy In tli world. Mmii tlnm U.OW.OOO WiBagers of ' Auioilinn lioines kav enlisted for the duration of tb war and pledged tlicmselves to Hppurt tlie fij,'lnln.n; nien ly tlie way they buy, conk and serve food. Food will win tl'.a war, find there wouien will help to win It. Amer !c must send food to Europe. Tlie armies rannot hold out if w fall to aend It. '."iitly certain foods (Copyright by Lira Pub. Co.) Courtesy or Life and Charles lana Glti. can be slilppod those that pack the most food value into the small est shipping spnee. Theae fooda are wheat, went, fats, lugar. We cannot ent them and send thelrt too. We cannot eftt them and send others. We must aend thexe foods, and In order to do that we must eat other fooda ouraelres. The American House Manager will see to It that no food cornea Into her home that does not do Ita full duly under her ...

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. — 1 February 1918

Mi ! l( . i ,m VI HIM A ilOS. 4b-; '( ( int. rlnr, u. S. Lan 1"1 " " v ' ' '' rnr ir.,.d ' " : t-t . a j t.,r. ' " Ten fs:-:i. T i.m.nn i:;;., ;,i I'. .V'-i.i!.hii liUHiii. -l t, ! ! ,if iiiutuiiou f m.ike Oihi lloee e,ir iirwt to t-Btaulmh claim to the land above dasoribed, before Dan C Savage V. S. Commlmlonor tn fill olllce at Kenn. N. M., on March, IT. ins. Cl iiiuAiu naiiien H8 witnesses: John W. n. Watd. Wl.ile, H. Oyer, these of Vallla Valley. N. M. T. Dexter Gouty. Jo!.n A, Jonxs, thnae ot Kun. N. M. Kitimiti Paiton lierster. Feb. I Ileal Notice (or Publication. 0PM3 ..-wiiartinmit of the Interior, U. 8. Land UHio. at Boswell. ,. M., Ian. 10. 1918. M.Hloe lahereuv uiven thv Sllie .slisfer. of Kenn. M. M., wllow. of J iiUan G. Sharer, deceased, who. on Mav 18, Hit, made HD, E. No. OliSSal. fur SB1, Se. IS; WHSWX. Seo SO: and W'K N WM. Section 54. Township 7 S., Range Si B., N. M. p; Meri dian hu aied notice of Intention to make final three-rear proof to establish claim to the...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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