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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 8 March 1918

We'll Make You A Suit nt llio ;ur.c price .vmi pn.v for 1 1 - onlii.m.V iTtuly-to-Wfiir kind, and out? !l:iu wo will ".imiinilce tt lit. m peileetlv. V litn in tttwn drop in ami ' l, k nvertlie new SPUING WOOLKNS. ALL THE LARGE 5HAPE5 IN STETSON HATS. 1 i ii forjret the Cattle Men's Convention March Mb. '.th. and Tth. THE MODEL Uoswell's I'xiluslvc Haberdasher. Rotwell. . M. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY 1 NewjOrgandies, New Voils, New Lawns, New Drapries, New Curtain Materials, Neyv Cloth for Knitting Bags, New Dimities, New Percals, Njpw Summcr White Wash Skirts, Wh-fe Gabardine, White Pique, Russian i. " Cord, Waffic Cloth. Everybody's Cash Store The Store That Sells Tor Less on the Wrong sideoftlu Street N. M. Ro&Well, -: -:- School Notes. T y i F.lii tl it u!i' a huntis tn' loPoitaks Thui(l;i y. Tl e end "f tliosch ml ytnr i dnr ug near. Tlio HulI exam inations arc ciiiuiiiK bi;om. Do C: 1 -i) V Mg March I nil reahz emv mnrh vniir ' ci.i'd mist.es every day it is nl-sent. Tlio l...

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. — 15 March 1918

I Inlh TT V I I " In A o IP CORP. VOL. 12. KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MARCH, 15, 1918. NO. 5. Notice for rnlillcntlon. 011B37. 013113. Department of the Interior, U. 8 t.and Office at Ft. -Sumner. N. M.. Feb., I, 1IH. Not'ce U hereby given that Ruby II. Hei. speth of Kcnnv N. M who on On. Mb. 1011, made Original HD. No. 0110.17, fur tlie 8WV, tee, 3, and on Oct. i5. 1 11 ft, made additional IMC. Serial No. 01.1113 for SI4N1TM, Sec. 3, Towp. 4S.. Range 3) K . N. M. p. Meridian has dim notice of intention to rnnko Flnnl Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before Dan C. Savage. IT. S. Commissioner, inhlsoltlce .tjKenna, N. M.. on March, 10. VH. Claimant names as witnesses: Willie A. Fry, Jaines W. HrooUmon, Ueorire fi. Charers, Colon S, Wilson, all of Kennn, N . M. A. J. Kran., Register. Feb 15 Mch 15 Notice fur ruMIcution. 031514 Department of the Interior, U. 8 Land Office at Roswell. N. M., Feb. B, 1118. Notice is hereby given that Issa...

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. — 15 March 1918

f r i t GO TO KEMP LUMBER CO. KM DA, N. M. Fur Yir, UtmtHt, i-iir-riVer aai Sniljine Material, Hath Door and Hatd.vait. E. GUY W'lNNlNGHAM. ill I mi HI ai if 'ciLJ iLjL.i? kAj'il; Suit..' 1 2 'h&JuitteJb .ml. r. ii SMITH STUDIO Portrait View littlarjclnj i KODAK WORK. R. C. WHITE, Mg One Half Jiock fyartheast r. O. litis. Roswell, ' New Mexiito i 3 ( Ax tnd tin imwti jfc 8 I til 4-1 I BLACKLGQO! D 5 K.i. . . .,.... ay.. a ins only sate ana riui veRc, S FOR BLACK LEO. B.B.McGeo, M. D. OFFICE OVER F.LIDA, DRUG STORE, Phone: ?:- -:- 25 ELI OA : : : N. M. DENTISTRY I. R. HOUGH, D. D 5 of l'ortales, ". M. Will be in Elida, 1st. Saturday in each ruaiith, and Friday of 'sine week, toayclid t ) slentul work required. Guarantee cartful and com pet 'lit work in all cases and respectfully lolict your patronage. REMEMBER DATES -- -------- -- - When In EliJa, Stop at The Central Hotel, Good Meals, Clean Beds, airJ courteous treatment. J. t WALLI5, Prop. EUuA, 0- N. M M. W. Hodges ? o O 7 S g...

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. — 15 March 1918

MOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Ooe t Roiwell. N. M., Mch. T. 18. Notice isherc by given that William H. Nic hols of Vnllpy View, N. M., w'io on Mali. , ItlS, mad") HD. 15. No. 031?62. for SHS'tVM: 8eo. X8; N'tXYVM. See. 56: and the NBk. Sec. I": Tonsh:p 7 S, irnmre ?!K N. M r. Meridian, has II led notlno of Intention f nake final three year proof to establish clalir Vo the land above described, before Dan C. Savare U. 9. Commissioner In his olflee at Kenna, N. M., on April, 17, lit 8. Claimant names as witnesses: John II. Miller, bee E. Col.ins, these oi Taller. View N. M. dames H. MoArthur, Harvey E. Myers, these of Rt, S, Elida, N. M. Kmmctt Pntton tleister. Moh. IS - API. IS 046635 037303 Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U, 8 Land Office at Koswell, N. M. Feb. 7, 101. Notice Is hereby ilran th.it Henry C. Mur Sock, of Boass. N. M.. who', on Feb. 6. ant Jan 16, 1013. mado Orlir. and Add 1 HD. lis. 0;Ws and 0J7J8S, for the SWM: and...

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. — 15 March 1918

There Must Be A Ecason!!I Wliv si nvmv IJ.vswcll .. ph wcur oiif IIA'I S, Sllllil'S, mioks im,i i her .u Vo i-t;i;mshings. Why dh: iin csiiyalc on yum- next vi.sit to our good t.iow. WrVi !t!v:i s i to sre y ii-r-nnd wo wtuit you to mnke ytirsclf ut homo in ovr store. THE M O D L E. J. Williams, Agents Kl V. Price & Ko.val Taylor. Roswtll. ' N. M. OLIVE 1TI'.M;$- II. iL Li fas nince ;i bu.-dmus trip to the II. T. Jones ranch Saturday. ' l-3& Jewell Rti oud Fpent H e week enl with her teacher, Miss Ceci' Lucas. Some Dollars Have greater purchasing poaver than others because thsy have been wisely invested. W hat Kind of a punch has your dollars? If you do your business with the credit merchartoron a credit, your (dollar is not earning jcu what it should. . Get ths trading-for-casii Iiabit at Every body's and pui a punch in your dollar. Everybody's Cash Store The Store That Stlls l-'or Less on the Wrong sideoftli: Street Roswell, -:- N. M. .5. 'W- 1 1 TIRES- Don't waste hard ea...

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. — 22 March 1918

1 1 i i I li li IL: ilk iHNA li v- i 1 - - I : KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, KEY LIEIIICO, Fa I DAY, IJAKC-I, 1913. ?;o. a. Charter No. 4906. Report of the condition of ' THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. AT KENNA, IN THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO, AT 'I HE CL03r: OF BUSINESS ON MARCH 4, igi o. KESOUKCES 1. Loans and discounts .$'38 .417.(10 Total Loans , 38 417.(10 1. Overdraft, secured, $ None; unseen red $ None, None 7. (a) Value of banking' house. (if unencumbered) . 2.300 00 8- Furniture find fixtures oDo.OO H. Net amount duo from Na tional Banks 8 931.SJ) (b) Net amount due from re serve banks 11.030 42 19.9CS'3l 15. (a) Outside checks and other ensh'iteiris 13( 7." . 0) Fractional currency, nickles and cents rS.GT ID i 70 lG. Coin and currency 1.99.1 SO TOTAL... 63.2(10.47- LIAB1LIT1ES, 20. Captial stock paid in . 1.1.000 00 21. Surplus fund ,-400-00 22 (c) Less current exyensis, and taxea paid . L233.3 24 (a) Net amount due to Nat ional banks . Ncnc 27. Individual deposits subject to chec...

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. — 22 March 1918

1 uo 10 I KEMP LUMBER CO. 3 tiLlDA, N. M. For VYii-f, Tost, OmrMit, Lmnlier and Rtiildinj: Material, yaili I) or and llinl.vat. E. CMJY WINN INGHAM. Manager. i IT!1 SMIT H I S T UP I p . . Portraits View Enlarging and KODAK WORK. R . C. WHITE, Mgr. One Half Block. Northeast P. 0. Bldg. Rosvvell, New Mexico. B.B.McGeo, M. D. FriCE OVER EL DA, DRUG STOHE, Phone: -:- -:- 2 ELI OA : : : N. M. 10 . h -t -M DENTISTRY L. R- HOUGH, D. D S of I'ortzlct, N. M. Will be in F.lida, lit. Saturday in e It month, and Friday of tame week, to attend to any dental work required. Ciuarantce careful and competent work in all cases and rcy cctfully solid your patronage. : , UK V EMBER DATKS r o O 3 CI a 1 O to n .,hii1'.Mii'iW'',',''',''v",'"""-'"',r0"" Swt.arlr.glti Presley aiJ Von AlmtH S I BLACKLEGOIDS jj The only safe and reliable Vaccine. (S FOR ULACK LEO. g) THE POCSCQIPTION DAUG, , Rosweil, N. M. 'f ....... Vt Buy your Baby Bonds And Thrift Stamps NOW And Vote May nth. for W. E. -Emzy- Roberts, Ca...

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. — 22 March 1918

HOTICE FOR riULICATION. 0H3e . Department f the Interior, U. 8. Iani ! at Kotwall. N. M., Mch. 7, ion. IWtfaalaatrabyftTeothat William H. Nio holaaf Vallar Vlew.N. M., who on Mch. f Had HD. B. No. tourel. for SHSWw' ; NMNWW. Sea. tt: and the NEK..' . 17; Towashlp 7 . Riinge ,ise fj. M a MsrUtaa, kaaRied notice of Intention tr tasks leal three Tear proof to establish elala "t,aM aboTe described, before Dan C aaafa U.S. Commissioner In his office at Keaft, M. M., on April. 17. 1U. Claimant riarns a witnesses: Joha H. Miller, Lie E. Collins, vheae ef Teller. View N. M. James H. McArthur, Mtrrer , Mjrers. thase of Rt.S. Elida, N. M. Eramett Patton Register. Moh.lJ - Apl. u Botlce (or Publication. 0840 department of the Interior, U. 8. Land OBoe, at Roswell, N. M.. Feb. l. iig. NetleeU hereby flten that James J. Rose f Klida. N. M., who. on Hay s, mm, made HD K No. MM), for SEX. Seo. 11; A a WW Seo' lx: Township e S.. Range 18 E., N. M. p. Meri dian hi oled notlee of Intention to make fi...

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. — 22 March 1918

Tlitrt Must Bo A Reason!!! AY by . r-.r. ::.v Ko;w II ... !, v.-e:ir .!,- 1 1 A SHIRTS, Hl(!' :m.:I (Ik-!- Ail A'.-v l-'L'u.H.niN(iS. W li.v i c -i lis vl c I'iT ii( x visit ! our good tnow. W ' ;.!'.;i s jrlad to : i ! , i u- s'lid we want you to make .voiirst If ill home in oMr More. THE MODEL E. J. Williams, A lti'iUs lvl . Price !i Royal Ta.vlorj. Roswell, - nl. P.I. Political Announcements The Perord is iiutlio; i.ed to make i the. following announcement, subject to tlio action of the Demo cratic Primary , Roosevelt County: i neint FOR DISTRICT JUDGE: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of District Judge of the."tli. Judicial District of New Mexico, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries in the counties comprising said district . R D. Bovvkks, FOR PROBATE JUDGE: Ci.kvk C)MiTON(re-eleftion) F. (r. C-UXAYVAY A Large Line of New Soring Millinery! Shapes Flowers, Ribbons & Trimmings. Some More New Dresses :!; Some More New Spring Coats Everybody's ...

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 1921

'1UT & Jill 4 HA 3 I i - IV A ' id rq3 p ii. ILa 1 J VOL. 14 KENNA, ROOSEVELT COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7 NO. 43 fi'O BILLIONS IS LOANED FARMERS KANSAS CITY RESERVE DIS. TRICT FIGURES ARE $229,433,000 f."QHE TH1N"D0UELED IN YEAH JMHGBEESJO UM RULE PLAN A TREATY BETWEEN JAPAN AND U. S. California Congressman la Very Hope ful That the California Troubla May Ba Settled. The Amount of Such Redlacounta In 1019 Was Estimated at $71V 260,000 It ia Stated In the Report. Washington Nearly two billions ot dollars worth of paper, baaed on pro duction and sale of farm products, haa , been rediscounted by federal reserve tanks thi year, Governor Harding of , the federal reserve board estimated , In a special report sent to Chairman lOronna, of the senate agriculture com mittee. The amount of such redis counts In 1610 was estimated at 1719, fe60,000, it is estimated. The figures Include eleven districts. There was no report from the New fTork reserve hank, at the board said there wa...

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 1921

THE KENNA RECORD YOUNG FITZSIMMONS NO FIGHTER Bob Fltzslmmons, Jr., will never fill the boots of his distinguished dnddy as a boxer. Lftorts of a few nioney-snotehing managers to put Hob, Jr., forth as championship hope within the Inst few years hnve ended In dlsmnl fall ure. The lnd's Inst "coming out" af fair wns pulled off down In Newark, N. J., after the boy wns discharged froiD the army, lie made a fair show ing with his opponent that was all While stationed at Camp Dix, New Jersey, young Fltz boxed with the sol dlers and appeared In exhibitions there'; so when he wns released from service more than one manager be lieved he could be turned Into a fight er of the stripe that made his father famous. To ,ihose who knew Bob In his boyhood days when he resided at Dunellen, N. J., the turn of events was no surprise. Young Bob was a modest chap and detested the word "prizefighter." lie loved to roam about the fields, Ann In old Stony brook, catch butterflies and kill snnkes, and play ...

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 January 1921

THE KENNA RECORD ARTIFICIAL DAY FAVORED BY HEN Poultry Flock Given More Time for Eating and Exercising During Winter Season. INCREASES EGG PRODUCTION Many Farmers Find It Profitable to Illuminate Houses for Several Hours Each Day to Encour age the Pullets. Domestic lowls originated In the tropics where the dnys and nights are of about equal length. As a result of this, the reproductive and digestive systems of the hen are developed to fit the environment of a 12-hour day. and a 12-hour night. For Oils reason she Is somewhat like an alarm clock, except that she must be wound up about every 12 hours Instead of every 24. In the winter In the North, her digestive system strikes at about 8 or 4 o'clock In the morning. As she is unable to locate food In the dark she lias no alternative but to wait until daylight or until the caretaker gets around to feed her. Habits, Not Nature, Changed. Up In the north-temperate cone where during the fall and winter the nights are from 13 to 15 hours lon...

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 1921

4 THE KENRA RECORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR FORD CAR CHANGE IN KENNA TERRITORY. IHK KKNNA TERRITOUV, is How opened to u. for thcMleof FORD CARS, TRUCKS" nnd SUPPLIES. This territory inc'udea Kenna, Boaz, E'.kins, 01i?e. Jenkins, Tatum, Urton Banoh, Dereno, Tolar, Ranger Lake. Valley View and all territory adjacent to all these places. We have many friends in this territory whom we believe had rather buy cart from us than from Roswell Dealer?, and we propose to make regular trips tbroujih thi territory, vi.-it:njr jfriend and prospects and soil the FORDS in this territory. We have FORD Catalogues and other phatnplets for Jin tribation and will appreciate you writing 'i for them, and with out the slightest obligation to ever buy from us. , When you do buy we want a chance to sell you. You will find us a live bunch who will appreciate all business. Write Us, fhone U", Come to see Us. THE UNIVERSAL GARAGE, PORTALES, N. M. es'eje . mw m immwimm'mmmim'wmmvmmwrv,i-'r i j n II ii o I T II ii ii ! ...

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. — 7 January 1921

TUB KENNA RECORD Nine Days of Real Joy for the, man who needs c'othes. For the first time since we hare been in busine-s we are having a tale. It began January 6. IT ENDS JANUARY 15, Here are some of the prices on o,ua'ity goods - you jude for yourself whether they're bargains. OVERCOATS 4 coats . $22.50 40 coats f 20.00 All others also half price UNDERWEAR l.00 Union suits 13 13.00 " $1.50 All . prices cut one-half CORDUROY SUITS tJ5,00 suits $15 wo.oo suits ia.oo SUITS C0 suits $25. f40 suits $-20, others also half price HATS f8 75 hats $4.40 Lower priced hats olF Stetscns 20 per cent off SHEEP LINED COATS f 16 75 coats $10.75 J 19 7. coats $13 7 J Proportionate) reductions in leather vests, pants. fiannelshirts moleskinand corduroy, hose, sweaters. Though this our firit sale, it will be the last this season And at these below cost prices you can understand wly we must ask ca?h during this sale. We' 1 be glad to see yHi. Notice to Taxpauers! E. J. Williams Roswell, New Mexice. LOC...

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 January 1921

THE KENNA RECORD ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine se-Gar Conductor; Take Aspirin or.ly us told In each package of genuine flayer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions nml dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and proved sufe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you see the Buyer Crors on tnblets, you can take them without fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Itlieumattsm, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for 1'ain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Iruj;cists nlso sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of I5ayer Manufacture of Mononeetlcueldester of Sallcylicacld. Adv. Tight Skirt Is Really Ancient. The modern sheath skirt Is the re vival of a very ancient fashion. A statuette In the Louvre, Purls, shows an Egyptian queen of from 3,000 to 4,000 years ago In n gown cut low In the neck, with sleeves stopping well short of the elbow, and with a skirt that fits even more closely than the tight skirts of today. Thousa...

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. — 7 January 1921

THE KENNA RECORD Sure Relief 6 Dell-ams Hot water Sure Relief RE LL-AMS ItnrVFOR INDIGESTION His Species. "That follow Is always swelling him self out to call nttentlon to his re markable development. What kind of a nut Is he?" 1 "I guess he must be a chest-nut." Wise. BIx I have a cnpltal Idea. Dlx You can't use my capital. Boston Transcript. 73 fnis will fix my cold T ALWAYS keep Dr. King'sNew I Discovery handy. It breaks up hard, stubborn colda and stops toe paroxysms of coughing." 'No harmful drugs, but just good medicine. At your druggists, , 60c and ?1.20 a bottle, Tor CGldgsmdCoughs DnKhigls! XNewxiscoverv Stubborn Bowels Tamed Leaving the system uncleaned, clogged bowels unmoved, results in health de struction. Let the gently stimulating Dr. King's Pills bring to you a regular, normal bowel and liver functioning. Same old price, 25c. All druggists. D'Promptyforft Gripe WW Vf Brings More Years of Usefulness l&m whose occupations art confining; who mrm overburdened with bu...

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. — 7 January 1921

THE KENNA RECORD piIftlllHtllTIITMIIHIIIUmiTTmiHTITITIIIITIITHTIirilllttHHIIIimTm M We bster By PETER D. KYNE Author of "Cppy Ricks," "The V.Iley of the Giant," Etc Copyright by p,tar B. ICrn. QmmmiTiTTTTTiTT""TtitiitiiitiiiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigiimiiiiiiiiiirmi "TOO OLDI" John Stuart Webster, mining- en gineer, boards a train In Death Valley, California, on his way back to civilization after cleaning up $100,000. lie looks like a hobo. Then he rescues a distressed lady, who makes hla heart flop over. He eliminates the offending man. She Is Dol ires Huey. In Denver he la offer? a !5.000-a-year lob by a capitalist friend, Edward J. Je rome. He receives a delayed letter from his own particular pal, Billy Geary, asking him to finance a gold-mining proposition In Central America and go fifty-fifty with him on the profits. 60 he starts for Sobrante. Jerome goes with John to the depot. They meet the distressed lady on her way to the same train. John tells Jerome the whole Btory. Jerome secret...

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 1921

T TT n 4 I 4 II l II II VOL. 15 KENNA, ROOSEVELT cdUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 192ft NO. 43 nii AimniA 10 m wanis sla rowm Htuuubu uiUHnumMio iu CET NEW SOLON THE AMERICAN PROGRAM IS THE LARGEST 48 NEW MEMBERS RECOM MENDED BY THE HOUSE COMMIMTTEE Borah Objects To Inviting France and: Italy Into Navy Conference Being Planned. ARE HALTED ON NEW ALIEN LAW ELECTORAL VOTES INCREASED Several Mefmbers Expressed Doubt Whether Any Measure Could Be Taken. To Stop Flood of Immigrants. Washington. The membership of the house of representatives would be . Increased to 483 under a bill which was reported by Chairman Siegel of the census committee to fix the reap portionment for the next ten years tin. tier the 1920 census. The bill would mean an increase of 48 over the pres et membership of 436. No state would lose any representation. At the same time Representative Siegel will Introduce a constitutional amendment to limit the size of future louses to 500 members. Adoption of the reappo...

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 1921

THE KENNA RECORD VOODLOT WORTHY OF PROPER CARE Like Other Farm Crops Trees Must Be Well Taken Care Of. HARVEST SEASON IN WINTER Two Type That Require Different Method of Handling Cutting Aa alsta Greatly in Thinning and Cultivation. Wheat, com and potatoes require planting, care and cultivation. The crop of wood that grows on the farm woodlot requires much less care than these others, and In the majority of cases It Is already growing on the farm when the farmer takes the land. Doubtless this fact makes it difficult for the fanner to see this crop in the same light in which lie regards the others. Any other farm crop must be cared for or it will fall, and the stand of wood on the woodlot Is no excep- v - w-fc ,v- w W 7 p. -v W-BT- ; . -. i V" V v 'Cutting a -Crop Fronthe Woodlot tion, though the progress of deteriora tion is not so rapid and may extend over a long period of years. I A properly cared-for woodlot will furnish the farmer a cash crop at reg ular Intervals and will alway...

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 1921

THE KENNA RECORD All OPEN LETTER TO IVOHEtl Mr. Little Tell How She Suffered and How Finally Cured' , Philadelphia, Pa. "I was not able to do my housework and had to lie down Imost of the time ana felt bad in my left side. My monthly , periods were irreg ular, sometimes hve or seven months apart and when they .hd appear wouldUast for two weeks and were very painful. I was sick for about a 'year and a half and i doctored but witnout any improvement. A neighbor recommended Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound to me. and the second day after I Btarted tak ing it I began to feel better and I kept on taking it for seven months. Now I keep house and perform all my house hold duties. You can tise these facts as yon please and I will recommend Vege table Compound to everyone who suffers as I did' Mrs. J. S. Little, 3456 Livingston St, Philadelphia, Pa. How much harder the daily tasks of woman become when she suffers from as did Mrs. L&tlefNo woman should allow herself to get into such...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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