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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 June 1912

X - f ffofaeya fit Cam, Canrloffice Practice a Specialty. 7orf Sumner, S'ew silerico 'SEEDS ADAPTED .to the SOUTHWEST' Bee-keepers' Supplies, Foultry Supplies, SWIFT'S Fertilizers. KOS WELL SEED CO., Iioswell, Deafness Cannot De Cured t)y KnM Application), on ihry car.not fonrh the dlft eitiica (Ninio.i i mo our. I .htp w imiy on w.iy t cum rir:iftii'HH. ami that Is by omimjtkmnl nm'Mllr, ixwrtMfW h rmruM Ity ri 1 1 M;tticl rorulinon or tht mii'oui (Hit ik of i Wo l.iMt.irhii i Tub. When Ihtt tulw In I 'll.iinrtl ym hrtvo a nimblln numl or im prfrrt hnurinr, n'ld wlic It h entirely rloHwl, Ienf ni'Wi M tho riilt, o nl ii tlciw f Lill.Tiinnntlon can lt tnfcen out anl tiiln tube r.tnroi to Ma fotmnl condi tion, hi'.irl:iic Mil Im ilrf rnyM fnrevrr; nine cm" out of u- en f,wl by la'arrh, mlitrh h nothing but ill I Aimed oo.Httlloi of the tmitin mirtium, Wo wLI rive One HirulrM l'll.ir for Any ctiw ol Defies frmisrfl by catarrh) that cannot be cur4 ty JIjii's t.aUirrh (.lr. H"ticI for c...

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. — 28 June 1912

Clothes and the Man. A colporteur In South Carolina, Walking many miles through mud, ac cOBted a pasBerby and ruggested the purchase of the Bible. He was re fused. The next day, says the Record of Christian Work, after a night's rest and cleanup, he set up his stand In town and had the pleasure of selling a Bible to the very man who had re fused to purchase the day before. "I met a muddy man yesterday with Bibles," said he, "wfco looked like a Methodist tramp. When I buys a Bible I buys it from a Baptist gentleman." BURNING ITCH WAS CURED "1 deem It my duty to tell about a cure that the Cutlcura Soap and Oint ment have made on myself. My trou ble began In splotches breaking out right In the edge of my hair on the forehead, and spread over the front part of the top of my head from ear to ear, and over my ears which caused a nftJst fearful burning Itch, or eczema. "For three years I had this terrible breaking out on my forehead and scalp. I tried our family doctor and he failed to cur...

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. — 28 June 1912

HI Choice "This enterprise Is a promising one." "Is ItT But what I'm looking for Is a paying proposition." Half a loaf Is better than a loaf of the bread some bakers turn out. - ... - i Surely? You can rely on HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters to ou In cases of INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA POOR APPETITE CONSTIPATION MALARIA FEVER AND AGUE REMEMBER it has served three generations faithfully. Try It today but insist on having HOSTETTER'S ST0L1ACI1 D (ITERS WENT BACK ON THE SHELVES Crowning Insult to His Beloved Books Was Mora Than the Professor Could Stand. Perhaps the bitterest moment In the life of a lover of books la when he unds that his treasures are valued by no one but himself. The late Prof Churton Collins once tried to weed out his books, after he had become convinced that either the surplus or their owner would have to move out of the library, "f The weeding was a painful process, but at last the second-hand book-dealer was Invited to name his price for the uprooted "weeds." "They're no ...

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. — 28 June 1912

AND The National Republican Convention at Chicago Finishes Its Labors After Week of Hard Fighting. ROOSEVELT DELEGATES REFUSED TO VOTE ITast Time Was Made After Committee on Credentials' Report Was Adopted Taft p.nd La Follette the Only Candi dates Placed in Nomination. Convention Hall. William Howard raft of Ohio at 9:25 o'clock Saturday night was renominated for president o.p the United States by the Republi can national convention on the first ballot. Tte vote was Taft 5C1, Roose velt 107, La Follette 41, Cummins 17, Hughes 2; absent C; present and not voting 344. Vice President James S. Sherman was renominated as Taft's running mate on the first ballot. Nominations for vice president were called at 9:36 o'clock p. m. The roll of states was called. Alabama yielded to New York. 01- oott came forward amid applause to nam Mr. Sherman of New York for re-nomlnatlon. C. T. Kratz of Pennsylvania, evi dently In derision, named Boles Pen rose. It was not seconded. No other nominations wer...

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. — 5 July 1912

Z7 i f ' r NNA RECORD. r VOL. 6. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1912. NO. 20. ricn .K.E JUL UJJ El II a Fateful Miss Douglas By Fanny Burton Mrg. Ransom surveyed ber tall brother while be returned the scru tiny with smiling cheerfulness. John MacPherson was enjoying to the ut most bis little visit to his sister, whom be bad not seen since ber marriage a couple of years previous, so he did not in the least understand why she shoula-slgb and remark seriously, "It's too bad; yes, It is I" "What?" be asked, lazily. "Why, that you got here Just the day after Isabel Douglas left town," responded pretty iittle Mrs. Ransom. "She's the dearest girl! She's" "Lives in Kentucky, beautiful as a dream, glorious brown eyes, most charming disposition on earth. Is " "Where'd you meet ber?" broke In Mrs. Ransom, breathlessly. "I never bad the pleasure," laughed her brother. "Only I bad to sit one whole evening during my visit In To ledo and bear my hostess recount the charms of thi...

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. — 5 July 1912

LADY JURY REFUSES A DIVORCE COURT AND BOTH ATTORNEYS WERE WOMEN. Colorado Case, Brought Before Fe male Justice, Results In Verdict for Mere Man. Meeker, Colorado. A suit for di vorce, brought by a woman here, heard by a woman judge, prosecuted nd defended by women attorneys, and lastly decided by a Jury of 12 women, resulted In a victory for the unhand. The feminine Jury, without leaving the box, returned the verdict denying Mrs. Hiram E, Peck a divorce. Cruelty and failure to properly sup ply her financial needs were the al legations made by Mrs. Peck. Attorney Hazel Clark represented the plaintiff and Attorney Eva Skin ner defended Mr. Peck. Judge Mar guerite Harp occupied the bench. The clerk of the court was Miss Dorothy Smith, all residents here. Mrs. Peck, who Is a large woman, In her testimony asserted that Peck who Is a very small man violently assaulted her with a deadly weapon following her request to him for a small amount of money, and finished the Job by cruelly draggin...

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. — 5 July 1912

SERIA STORY The Fool o Flame v By , LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Illastratloas by Ellawortk Tn OopyrigQt ltkitf, by Louis Joseph Vance U 8YNOPSIS. The story opens at Monte Carlo with Col. Terence O'Rourke, a military free lance and something of a Rambler, In his hdtel. Leaning on the balcony he sees a beautiful girl who suddenly enters the elevator and pasties from Bight. At the gaming table O'Rourke notices two men watching him. ene Is the Hon. Bertie Ulynn, while his companion Is Viscount I)es Trebes, a duelist. The viscount tells him the French government has directed him to O'Rourke as a man who would undertake a secret mission. At his apart ment, O'Rourke, who had agreed to un dertake the mission, finds a mysterious letter. The viscount arrives, hands a sealed package to O'Rourke, who Is not to open It until on the ocean. A pair of dainty slippers are seen protruding from under a doorway curtain. The Irishman finds the owner of the mysterious feet to be his wife, Beatrix, from whom he ha...

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. — 5 July 1912

ONCE MORE WORLD'S GRANARK Turkish Government Indulges In Am bitious Schemes for Development of Mesopotamia. Tn cplte of Its external troubles, the Turkish government Is engaged In ad vancing the big schemes for the de velopment of Mesopotamia, which, when completed, will result In the transformation of an arid desert . re gion as extensive as the Nile 'valley Into smiling cornfields. The sum Involved In the huge Ir rigation works which will be neces sary to accomplish this transformation Is put at some $150,000,000, and the Immediate concern of the Turkish au thorities Is to place a contract for the Initial stage of the schemes, which provides for irrigation works in con nection with the barrage which con trols the flood water of the River Eu phrates, at present under construc tion. Some Idea of the vast Importance of these schemes may be gathered from the fact that their accomplishment wtll enable sufficient grain to be grown to affect the wheat markets of the whole world. In the o...

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. — 5 July 1912

BEST OF SHORTCAKES INCOMPLETE RETURNS. .1 in .aWBERRY the acknowu- EDGED KING OF THEM ALL. ill n II rj . ;.n i.t.i .1. n I fa.' ST -M l m Wm HI .-v 'M ii Mi. i 1 1 1 I J '.4 1 1 jl rsti I -mtr fid ia iur mm -ir Mott Delicious Confection It That Made With 8our Cream and Soda -General Proposition of the Compounding. First In tha list of strawberry des lerta, and, all In all, the most satis factory, is the strawberry shortcake. This la the testimony not of one per son or two but It la true by a sort of national acclamation. i Perhaps there l not a (train of doubt but that the original strawberry shortcake was made with a very rich biscuit dough, and so made before baking powder was in general use soda biscuit dough' and made of the small wild strawberry. A rich dough In our grandmothers' day had plenty of cream in It, and the finished pro duct was called a cream biscuit. I know pretty positively about this, for the first time I ever put my hands to flour was In the making of these same...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 5 July 1912

0 1 J ct A. 11 i X ti X It 8 c N t V I o t, t; 8 c .N In ia i s b 1 2 5 1) f c I. C f o 42 BALLOTS AND SELECTION DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION BREAKS ALL RECRD3 FOR TIME OF DEADLOCK. DELEGATES TIRED AND PEEVISH Little Change In Votes All Day Mon day Roll Call Became Mechanical While Fatigued Candidates Sought Vainly to Adjourn Quit at 12:43. Baltimore, July 2. The deadlock In the Democratic national convention over a presidential nomination seemed more complicated than ever when ad. Journment was taken at 12:43 this morning until noon today. Woodrow .Wilson had made steady gains during Monday's balloting until he reached a high-water mark of 501i2 votes on the thirty-ninth ballot. He remained sta tionary on the fortieth ballot and then began to lose ground. The last bal lot was the forty-second, when Gover nor Wilson polled 494 votes. Speaker Champ Clark reached the lowest ebb of his candidacy on the bal lot where Wilson reached a crest. He went down to 422 votes at that time, but Immediate...

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. — 12 July 1912

7 1 RECORD VOL. G. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1912. NO. 21. -(A KENNA ELE A. The Schoolmaster By BRYANT C ROGERS (Copyright, 1912, by Associated Literary Press.) There had been talk for a year or more among the resident of Laurel Core, high up on the Cumberland range, that a school for their children ought to be opened, with a "reg'lar schoolmaster" at the head, and the thing was an accomplished fact -at last. An old log barn had been re modeled, the schoolmaster bad ar rived, and Laurel Cove was congratu lating Itself on the boom. "I don't reckon this yere Cove will ever be as big as Raleigh or Nash ville," observed Uncle Jim Henderson, the leading man of the hamlet, "but what I'm sayln' Is that we've made a right smart beginning to see thejllrt fly." The schoolmaster was a bachelor of thirty. He had been picked up cheap. He had tried preaching, ped dling and two or three other occupa tions and made a failure of each. One to look at him would know that be 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. — 12 July 1912

MISSOURI HAS A PETER SHARP FAMOUS KANSAS CASE DUPLI CATED AT BIGELOW. BRICK LAYER TURNED SLEUTH iFIRE C0ST- packers $250,000 BLACK MAN IS STILL CHAMPION Johnton-Flynn Fight Stopped In Ninth Round by Police Battle Was Disgusting Sight. A WELCOME ARRIVAL. KANSAS MAN LOCATED ESCAPED ROBBER IN DENVER. After Separation Since 1872, Woman Finds Her Husband With Second Family. St. Joseph, Missouri. Nearly 40 years after she had last seen her hus band In western Kansas, Mrs. Mary Overley, or Clark as she has been known a quarter of a century has found him living at Bigelow, Mo, mar ried again and with a family by his second wife. Mrs. Clark, under the name of Over ley, was recently granted a divorce by Judge Amlck, from Henry C. Overley, who is a railroad man at Iilgelow. Now she wants the divorce annulled, on the grounds that she testified false ly in the hearing. According to Mrs. Overley-Clark's story Overley left her in western Kan sas in 1872 to come to Missouri, and when she did not be...

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. — 12 July 1912

r7 ERIAL TORY - ea mm 'S a or lame LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE Ulestratloas by Ellsworth Toast Ceprlgal lU, by Louis Joseph Vanoe 8YN0PSI3. The story opens at Monte Carlo with Col. Terence O'Rourke, a military free lance and something of a gambler, in his hotel. Leaning on the balcony he sees a beautiful girl who suddenly enters the elevator and passes from sight. At the gaming table O'Rourke notices two men watching him. One la the Hon. Bertie Olynn, while his companion is Viscount pes Trebes, a duelist. The viscount tells him the French government has directed him to O'Rourke as a man who would undertake a secret mission. At his apart ment. O'Rourke, who had agreed to un dertake the mission, finds a mysterious letter. The viscount arrives, hands a sealed package to O'Rourke, who is not to open it until on the ocean. A pair of dainty slippers are seen protruding from under a doorway curtain. The Irfshman finds the owner of the mysterious feet to be his wife, Beatrix, from whom he had run aw...

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. — 12 July 1912

1 he Kenna Record W" T, COVGILL, f'ditor and Pub'r -MRS. COWGILL Local Editor. PUBLISHED WF.EKLY. f.nred February Sth, 1907, at the Ken Da, New Mexico, Post Office, a etond CVasa Mail Matter. Subscription 81.00 Per Year, In Advance A4Tnisin(t Bates Made Known on Application Notice for Publication. if. S. 03491 C. S.) Department of .the Interior, II, lnd Office at Ft. Sumner, N. AL, June 4, 1912. .. Notico la hereby r-.iven that Sarah L. Haney, cf Kenna, N. M., who on Au gust 27. 1906, made homestead entry, No. 03481, for the EV4 SE!4 and SW Section 13 au.l NSVi NlOH Sec tion 24, Township 5 S., Range 30 E. K M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before W. T. Cowgill, U. S. Commissioner, at his otrice, nt Kennn, N. M., on the 25th day of July, 1312. Claimant names as witnesses: John A. Klmmons, William II. Coop er, Joseph A. Cooper and Harvey E. White, all of Kenna, N. M. ARTHUR E. CURREN, Register. 'oti...

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. — 12 July 1912

SPaasonS tf- &clVarrs, Jffotntisi at Can; Caneoffice Practice v a Specialty. Soft Sumner, J'tit tteric LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Cold driiiUs and home made candy, at my store." " ' Oscar Kobcrson. If you are Proving up on your claim be sure and read your Publication Notice care fully when .it "appears in the paper, and if there are any er rors notify this office promptly and they will be corrected. PROOF DATES. The following dates have been Bet for making proof, and the notices will be published in due time: Ed S. Denson. Sept. 3. Harvey W. Fry, Sept, 3. Morfes J. Rippee, Sept' 12. James T. Ball, St-pU 13. Edward D. Clay, Sept, 12.; Basley M. Garner, Sept. 21. Ckrence A. Beall, Sept. 24. Aaron Cooper, Sept, 23. - WILL OPEN FOP FILING Department of t.hn Interior, Ur ited -States Land Office, Roswell, TM. M.. July 5, 1911, Notice is hereby given that, approved plats for Townsljip IS) S., Range 20 E., and Township 6 S, Range 34 E-, hove been filed in this office, and that filing ap plica...

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. — 12 July 1912

CANDWICHES! What's tastier than Potted Ham It's exceptional in flavor and doesn't cost a bit more than ordinary kinds. At Alt Grocmr Libby, McNeill & Libby CUcaie Ask for this Box WW It'ethe roodnts of this root- bear as well aa ita tonic Drooer- tiea that maka It ao treat a favorite. On pvcksv( nks fall on t. If your grocr lis' applied, w wlU null yos a psckvf on rMtlpt f too. FUftM flVS Mj SIS). Write for premium possf. THE CHARLES E. HIRES CO. 255 N. Broad St.. Philadelphia, Pa. MORE HOSPITALS ARE NEEDED Situation Improved, but Further Work I Needed to Stamp Out Tuberculosis. Only four states, Mississippi, Ne vada, Utah and Wyoming, have no beds whatever In special hospitals or wards for consumptives. Eight years ago when the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tubercu losis was organized there were 26 states in which no hospital or sanita rium provision for consumptives exist ed, and the entire number of beds in the United States was only 10,000. "While thes...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 12 July 1912

CULL FOR A HEW PARTY IS ISSUED 8AID TO BE FOR THOSE WHO WANT POLITICAL AND SO. CIAL JUSTICE. TO BE NATION-WIDE 'MOVEMENT Forty States' Have joined Plan to Name Progressive Appeal Made to Farmers and' Wage-Earners to Insure Legislation , - Their Welfare. SEVEil YEARS OF MISERY How Mr. Bethune was Re stored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. WILLING TO SHARE PENNIES New York, July 9 A call to the peo ple of the United States who are In sympathy with the "national progres sive movement" to send delegates to a national convention to open in Chi cago August 5, wag given out today by United States Senator Joseph M. Dixon of Montana, Theodore Roose velt's campaign manager. The call is signed by members of the committee chosen at a meeting In Chicago and also bears the signatures of Roosevelt followers In forty states. "The "jrritorles have no place in a national convention, and will not be considered," Senator Dixon said In commenting upon the stgatures. "As for the mlssi...

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. — 12 July 1912

IS 01 AND MARSHALL Democratic National Convention Baltimore Finishes Its Work Outline of Proceedings. at TOOK FORTY-SIX BALLOTS New Jersey's Governor Had 990 Votes on Final Vote to 84 for Speaker Clark Unanimous Choice Vice- Presidency Easy. How They Voted. 5; P o 5" a : a a a 3 3 I I 1 440V4 324 117V4 1-18 31 22 1 t 446 3:s:i; in vi 141 31 2a 1 I 441 345 lHVi 1-1'Hi 31 14 1 1 4 443 8494 112 l:ir. 31 14 .. 1 I 445 Jf4 121 135 31 .. 1 1 446 354 121 135 31 ..1 1 t 449H 352'4 l-'.'.H 12'J'4 31 ..11 I 448ft 351ft 124 130 31 .. 1 1 452 SSlft 122ft 127 31 .. 1 1 10 (56 350ft 117ft 31 31 .. 1 1 11 664 354ft llS'.i 29 30 .. 1 1 12 649 354 123 29 30 .. 1 1 11 644 356 ft 115ft 29 30 .. 1 0 14 650 362 lt;i 2!) 30 ..2 2 16 652 362ft lllift 29 30 .. 2 2 16 651 362ft 112ft 29 30 .. 1 2 17 645 362ft 112ft 29 30 1 1 4 15 635 361 125 29 30 .. 1 3 19 632 358 130 29 30 ..7 1 to 612 3X8ft 121ft 29 30 .. 1 1 21 608 395ft USft 29 30 .. 1 1 22 600ft 3!i6ft 115 .. 30. .. 1 1 13 497ft 399 116ft .. 30 .. 1 ....

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 19 July 1912

E KENNA RECORD. VOL. 6. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. NO. 22. Aunt Judy By PHIUP KEAN (Copyright, 1912, by Aisociated Literary ! xress.j Aunt Judy In the eyes of her neph ewg and nieces was too old for ro mance, yet Aunt Judy was only thirty eight. When Newton Hale mored to Queen's Point he brought with him all the belongings of a man to whom money Is no object. There were motor cars, riding horses and dogs, golf sticks, a half dozen trunks, a man and two maids and a housekeep er. His coming revolutionized the dull little place. "He says he likes the Oakes so well that he's going to buy it.' He enjoys a Olllnt Ufa anil hnlu tho ltv " Natalie said to Aunt Judy as the older woman fitted a sheer pink lawn on the girlish figure. "He's sensible," said Aunt Judy. "There isn't a prettier place in the world than the Oaks." Natalie turned to get a better view Df herself in mirror. "Don't you think you'd better make the skirt a little horter in the back?" she asked....

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. — 19 July 1912

"DDPosTOR3D!l" "CIR E L Fin VAT "TO m SO LB PVerT These mysteriou9 characters will bo readily understood after reading our new seiial story H BIOCaOQB GIPDLEQ The Opening Chapter of which will appear in these columns NEXT WEEK A fascinating story written arourd the Mexican revolution, involving foreign spies, Becret service men, Mexican outlaws, cipher messages and concern ing many of the baseball stars you have read about. The following synopsis will -give you an Idea of what the story Is like: SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I Secret Service Chief Wll klns, puisled over the theft of the Gov ernment's cipher, calls to his aid Detec tlbe Pink well. They think they have discovered a new cipher, when the office boy, Brockett, tells them Its "The Dla mon Cipher" and starts tor the ball park. CHAPTER II Brockett, Chula ton Kan, a 81amese, Ramon Solano, a Cuban, together with some twenty other young sters prfi?ttce baseball playing until dark. One of Wllklns' stenographers Is seen to pass a paper to m...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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