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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 25 October 1912

Aoilce for rultiiniUon. non-coal, F. S. or8!t, C. S. Department of t'.ie Intorior, 17. S. Land Otrico at Fort Sumner, N. M August 23, 1012. Nctice is hereby given that Oscar 11. Crawford, of Kcnna, N. M.. who, on De cember 9, IfltiS, made homestead entry No. or.SO, for NvV 1-4, Pi'tliun 12. Town ship f. S,, FtmRh :!0 K N. II, I Me;l tlian, hps tiled nctice of Intention to make Final three-year proof, to fftflli Jifch claim to the land above descilbed, before V. T. Cow&lll, V. S. Coniinis Bioner, In his olfke, at Kenna, N. M., cn tlio 12th day of November, 1012. Clfilmant names as witnesses: Oliver I'owell, Colon 8. Wilson, Will iam H. Cooper, John A. Kimnions, all of Kenna, N. M. C. C. HENRY, Kenna Record: Register. olJce for Publication. F. S. 02SG4. hon-dcftl, F. S. .07.104, C, S. Debar Ment of the Interior, U, S. Land Office at Fort Sumner, N. M.i Aur. 17, 1912, Notice 14 hereby given that FrSnH F: Miller; cf Route 2, El'rta, N. M.. who, on Dec. 2H, 1905, made home stead entr...

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. — 25 October 1912

HOT! HOTt C3.' J Inks Vegetables are very back ward this season. Blinks Yes but the Ice plant Ii flourishing. Accelerated Brain Activity. In the early days of Wisconsin, two of the most prominent lawyers of the tate were (ieorge B. Smith and I. S. Rloan, the latter of whom had a habit of Injecting Into his remarks to the court the expression, "Your honor, I have an Idea." A certain caBe had been dragging along through a hot Rummer day when Sloan sprang to his feet, with his remark, "Your honor, I have an Idea." Smith Immediately bounded up, as sumed an Impressive attitude,, and In great solemnity slild: "May It please the court, I move that a writ of habeas corpus be is sued by this court Immediately to take the learned gentleman's Idea out of solitary confinement." Popular Maga zine. Liquid Measure. It was the time of the 6inging lesson at the local council school, and the teacher was explaining to the young hopefuls that If a "treble," and "alto," a "tenor" and a "bass" sung toget...

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. — 25 October 1912

GOOD OF SILOJJN DRY FARM pe.ru-na Vd Ka-tar-no Gave All Corn Grown From Roots to Tassel and Adds SO Per Cent, to Value of Crop. (By PROF. ROY C. POTTS. Dairying Fx . pert, Oklahoma Agricultural College.) A silo saves all the corn you grow In the hill, from the roots to the tassel. It saves the part of the crop that evaporates, dries up end blows away wheTi you shock the corn. It adds 40 per cent, to the value of the crop over the old way of harvesting. When corn is Btored In a silo you can feed it at any time. A silo should be filled at a time when the corn is at its best, and if left in the field longer would lessen its value. You have your corn crop where it can be fed this year, or next, or in three years from now, with no loss by age. The total cost of filling a bIIo Is only one-half of the cost of shucking the corn crop. None of the silage is wast ed or refused by the stock they rel ish it every day in the year. A man with a silo is Independent of wet and dry weather, poor past...

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. — 25 October 1912

HAPPENINGS I N NEW MEXICO Wtatern Newspaper I'nlon New Service. OATKS I'OH COM IX (4 EVRXTS. November 18-20 Meeting of Si'Ottlnh Riia Consistory, at Sam a Fe. November 20-22 Veeva Vulloy Poul try Show Koswell. Brakeman Injured. Clovis. Walter Bebermeyer, a Wa bash brakeman at Moberly, Mo., was eevtrely hurt near the Wabawh freight epot. His father, who -lives about seven miles northeast of Clovis was at once notiiied. Badly Injured. Carlsbad. While unloading timbers at Oriental, eleven miles north of Caiiubad, Luther Dunaway, former sec tion foreman at Lakewood, was almost killed by a iimber falling on him. His shoulder was dislocated, bis teeth knocked out and a leg broken. Two Prisoners. Santa Fe. Deputy Sheriff Roy S. Walter of Eddy county brought two prisoners to the city. One Is Clemente Cardenas, to serve forty years In the penitentiary for murder and the other Is Jesse Crawford, who goes to the re form school at Springer. Lummli Regains Sight Slowly. Albuquerque. After being ...

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 November 1912

CORD. VOL. 6. KENNA. CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, NOV EM HE II 1, 11)12. NO. 37. T T? IJjJ KENNA RE ,'"v AUNT MARTHA REBELS Sort of Wife a "Sot" Man Should Have. Dy CLARENCE J. 8TERNES. Farmer Jacob Darwin was getting ready to go back to the field after a hearty dinner when the bill-poster's wagon (or a circus drove up anu the man in charge beckoned him down to the gate and said: "I want to paste six of my posters on your barn." "Circus, eh?" queried the farmer as he looked the outfit over. "Yes, and the biggest and best on the road. I'll give you six tickets" Jacob Darwin was sixty years old and a stern old man. He was upright and honest, and he flattered himself that' he was JuBt. He owed no man a dollar, and he was kind to his horses and cows. For years he had lived up- to certain principles, and no one had known hlrn to depart from them He was what country people call a "sot" man, and even the pastor of his church In the village sometimes thought he was a little too rigid....

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 November 1912

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savase. Ed. & Pub. True Brotherly Feeling. We must repeat the often-repeated aying, that It is unworthy a religious man to view an irreligious one either with alarm or aversion, or with any other feeling than regret and hope and brotherly commiseration. Car lyle. KCNNA : NEW MEXICO Girl born In Pennsylvania has a transparent back. Well backed up, Indeed. If t'ie men compelled the women to wear such clothes there would be trouble. London physician Bays vell3 make women's noses red. Sort of a veiled insinuation. A New York man ran up a laundry bill of S.1,5.'I0. Hut, then, New York Is a strange city. Half the population of France la agricultural And the other half lives In the Latin quarter. Large crops of preserves are report ed by housewives, not meaning the peroxide kind, either. A Kansas dentist succumbed to In juries while playing golf. And golf Is said to be a harmless game. P the way, what became of those , feminine faddists who were going te wear so...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 November 1912

7 S ERI A L STORY M .:.:::"::' THE '""'"i DSAf.lOtJD GIPIII .4 BASEBALL ROMANCE BtW. A. PHELON 3 u (Copyright, 1012. b.T W. O. Chapman.) (OoprlgM In Cujw1 and Ureat DrlUin.) SYNOPSIS. Secret Service Chief Wllklns. puzzled over the theft of the government's cipher, calls to his aid Detective Plnkwell. They think they have discovered a new cipher, when the office boy. Brockett, tells them It's "the Diamond Cipher" and starts for the hall park. Brockett, Chula I.on Kan, a Siamese, Ramon Solano, a Cuban, to gether with some twenty other youngsters, practice bn.ieball, playing until dark. One of Wllklns' stenographers is seen to pass a paper to a mysterious stranger. As outcome of Brockett's cipher, the ball player and Solano are' engaged by gov ernment for mysterious mission. Yazl moto, mysterious Jap. calls on Brockett. Brockett falls Into Yazlmoto'8 trap, a fight follows, Brockett coming-" out on top; Messenger McKane coming to the rescue. McKane was bearer of the mys terious cipher; ...

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. — 1 November 1912

The Kenna Record D.. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febuiry gtli 1907 at the Kenna, New Mexico, P Office, as icconJ Class Mail Mutter. ... Subscription flOO Per Year In Adyanos Advertieeing rates made known on application LOCAL AND PERSONAL. P. T. BELL I have just bought out the en tire business of Morrow & Lit tlefield also the btock of P. T. Bell & Co., I can sell you any thing from a paper of pins to a thrashing machine. I fell for cash, you pay no ones bad ac count, my prices are the BEST. Adv. W. B. Scott was called to Forfaits Saturday, on business E. W. Jett of Bouk, was in town Wednesday on business. Louis Latiphlin and Ruben Baker of the Nobe vicinity vveie in town yesterday attending to land matters. They report good crops in that neighborhood, much of which is Mill in the field. D. P. Bell of Goldlhwait, Tex. is visiting his brother P. T. Bell this week. Bad Wil. fi son was in town this week driving his new Haynes Car. The machine is a beauty,...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 November 1912

Notice for rniillcHtlon. , t)o8-co4it n ai or.9i Ci a: iVbaltment of the Interior, tf. S. Land Office at Fcrt Sumner, N. M., Aufcust 23, 1912. ' Notice Is hereby given that Oscar B. Crawford, of Kenna, N. M., who, on De ' comber 9, 1908, made homestead entry No. 0589, for Nvy 1-4, Section 12, Town ship 6 aj RariKe, 30 K.', M. M. P. Meri fc!ari hut filed rloHce of intentlorl to make FJnal three-year proof, to c'tuub tilth claim to the land above described, efore W. T. Cowglll, U. S. Commis sioner, In his office, at Kenr.a, N. M., on the 12th day of November, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Oliver Powell, Colon 8. Wilson, Will iam H. Cooper, John A. Kimmons,- all of Kenna, N. M. C. C. HENRY, , Ifsnha HsPoMI - Rri-ir. tlce for Publlcatioi. F. S. 02864 . non-doal, F. S. 07204, C. S. Department of the Interior, U. S. .Land Office at Fort Sumner, N. M., Aug. 17, 1912. , Notice la hereby given that Frank E. Miller, of Route 2, Ellda, N. M., Vho, on Dc 28, 190E. mada home i('aeBt,ry Nb; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 November 1912

1 r f i t t 1 a is CI a n o to fo m F Msr on; ala I H ajrsh r Lao T api ant liai I ceii He pi In( 11,1! Thoi X 1 II. 1 SEK add' N'K : Hang filed Final stat desei S. Ci Kenr Cla Jam A sit A Vslley Tr' at m 4owi RICH IN THREE YEARS EXPERIENCES OF A BRITISH IM MIGRANT IN CANADA-WEST. The following straightforward state ment needs no comment to add to Us force and effect. It appears in a recent issue of the Liverpool Mer cury. H. Patterson, of Nutana, Saskatche wan, Canada, when he arrived from Liverpool, had "Six of us to support," to use his own phraseology, and his funds were getting low. He secured a h6mestead 32 miles out from Sun darn, and started living on It April 15, 1907. The previous fall he put all his money, $137, Into a shack and lot, making sure of a home. As cook and caterer In a local hotel he made $75 a month, and out of this had some savings out of which he paid his breaking and improvements on the lomestead. The shack was sold to good advantage. Then Mr. Patterson te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 November 1912

LIEUT, BECKER IS CONVICTED Jury Brings Verdict of Murder lit First Degree Penalty la Electric Chair. New York, N. Y. Police Lieut. Charts Becker ns found guilty of murder in the first degree by the jury which has been trying him for insti gating the death of Herman Rosen thal, the frnnibler. flecker was remanded for sentence to the Tombs by Justice Goff until October 30. John F. Mclntyre, Tlecker's chief counsel, announced that he would take an Immediate appeal, but added beyond this he had nothing to say.- The charge to the Jury, In effect, was a ruling that the guilt or inno cence of the prisoner rested almost solely upon the point as to whether Sam Schcpps was an ' accomplice to the crime. By far the greater part of the court's Instructions dealt with murder In the first degree, the penalty for which is the electric chair. LIQUOR MEN GET'PROTECTION Seizure of Shipments From Joplin Dealers Enjoined by Federal Court. Pittsburg, Kansas. Judge John C. Polloct qf the federal court at ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 1 November 1912

NEW GAME FOR HALLOWEEN ON THEIR WAY TO MEET THE BULGARIANS 1 r i i . Jllli UiiUag5 MATCH PUZZLE IS CONFUSING All the Eighteen Little Pieces of Wood Muit Be Used In Each Case Answer la Given. In the Illustration IS matches are shown arranged go that they enclose two spaces, one Just twice as large as the other. Can you rearrange them (1) so as to enclose two four sided paces, one exactly three times as large, and (2) so as to enclose two A New Match Puzzle. five Bided spaces, one exactly three times as large as the other? All the 38 matches must be fairly used In each case, the Two spaces must be de tached, and there must be no loose end or duplicated matches. The easiest way i to arrange the 18 matches as In diagram 1 and 2, mak ing the length of the perpendicular A H equal to a match and a half. Then Jf the matches are an Inch In length, Fig. 1 contains two square Inches and Answer to Match Puzzle. Fig. 2 contains six square Inches four by one and one-half. The second case (2) Is a...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 15 November 1912

.1 RECORD. VOL. 6. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 11)12. NO. hp twit KENNA v CUPID V1IIS AGAIN Aunt "Fidelity's Ultimatum Not Obeyed by Little , i; ' Love God. By 6USANNE GLENN. "Mary Ellen, dldn' 1 see you talking la the lane with Ben Putnam thla aft ernoon ?" Miss Fidelity's voice Bounded un uauaLiy iharp. "I did not auppoae you law ua," an ward Mary Ellen with a laugh, though she felt her courage ooe Ing rapidly at light of her unt'a austere look. "Well, it so happens that I saw you. And tho sight was one that would have made your father weep for ah&mo!" Mary Ellen closed her Upa In a determined line and remained si lent. "You must take It from your moth- er; she was always pestering about be- "" Ing friends with Putnams." "I have been told. Aunt Fidelity, that the loneliness here killed her, and I can believe It!" "There la no call for anyone who Is Interested In her work to be lone some. And I would rather be lone some than associate with those dis h...

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 November 1912

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. A Pub. KENNA : : NEW MEXICO A German says electricity will cure Insomnia. But with fatal results. Turkey does not seem to have dona much for Europe except exist there. It Is not difficult to make the Jani tor believe lu that rumor of a coal famine. On the otner hand. It frequently happens that motorcycle riders are not hurt. "Everybody's going to get a red nose," declares a St. Louis physician. Happy days! Radium is advanced as a cure for gout. Gout always was a bloated j plutocrat's disease. A Pittsburg tramp was arrested with 1.000 pennies In his pocket He was coppered, all right A woman has been appointed con troller of Atlantic City. Control fash Ions, bathing suits, or what? Electric lights have now been used bout thirty years, but some people are still blowing out the gas. A German scientist says that tele phones make the modern man crazy, He must be on a four-party line. A Newport woman was fined for stealing a dress which she hid in her ha...

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 November 1912

SERIAL STORY :::..? THE ::::::::! :o:m::o::co::cco:::: BASEBALL ROMANCE ByW. A. FHELON .:::::::::::::::::::;..::"Ig (Copyright, IW'i, by V. (I. Chapman.) Kllivrlirht ttl I'HtiaiiK an.l IIhaI ll.il iuijrrigui in UtiutiU anil uroat UriUlu.) 8YN0PSI3. Becret Service Chief Wilklns, puzzled Over the theft of the government's cipher, calls to his aid Detective Pinkwell. They think they have discovered a new cipher, when the ofllce boy, Brockett. tells them " . 'ne Diamond Cipher" and starts for the ball park. Brocket t, Chul.i Lon Kan. a Siamese, Ramon Solano, a Cuban, to gether with some twenty other youngsters, PJ"1 baseball, playing until dark. One 01 Wllklna stenographers Is seen to pass a paper to a mysterious stranger. As outcome of Brocketfs cipher, the ball Player and Solano are engaged by gov ernment for mysterious mission. Yazi moto, mysterious Jap. calls on Brockett, Brockett falls Into Yasimoto's trap, a light follows, Brockett coming out on top, Messenger McKane coming to the...

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 November 1912

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor arid Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febuary Stl 1907 aM"-e Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, m i'cmd Class Mail Matter. - Subscription 100 Pf (er In Advance AdvertiseinK rates made known ui'Vllention LOCAL AND PER&MAL. W. A. Fry went to Roswell Wednesday on business. Oscar A. Gross loft Wednei day for Bellevue, Texas to be gone a couple of months. Mrs. Mary j. Orendoiff re turned Wednesday from Mar tha, Oklahoma. Tilden A. Maibut has moved to town and is occupying the Carmichael house. Dr. P. C. Smith left 011 Hie morning train Wednesday for Texas points where he will be engaged in Optical practice. M. O. Sampson and Jeny C!ay were here this week repair ing the R. R. stock pens, as well as some little repair work on the depot. Mrs. V. P. Littlefield came up from Ro3 ell this week for a vacation on the ranch. William Horner was in town this week on land business He is recovering slowly from the injuries sustained from his fall caily in Oct. But ...

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. — 15 November 1912

NOT1CK f'OR rrilMCATIOX. 0T.(W "pfrnnorii of tliw Inlnrlori IT, P: J,nnrl fSnwif.lli if4i. . 4, fyt. k ipi; , , Notion i h liTfbs iIvpii . flint', fitn'ide IJ. lllackwell, of Kennn, X. M. w no. on Dec, 7. 1"07, mnde H 10. mi:, fwrrlnl No. OT.&sii, for NK'f Section B, Township " S Rnnire PI K N. M. P. Meridian, lias filed notice of intention to moke Final three year proof, to establish claim to Hie land above described, before Dun C. Snvnt-c 1". S. ComnilHMluner, In his office, nt Kennn, N'. SI on Dei. !, 1019 Claimant nniiips as .witnesses: Mult I.. CUiMj. Jnmrs C'ltilil). ..Willing A. Me- i Liasottu noli i'h him M! of kennn, X. M. T. C, Til. LOT SON, Register. N l X-s8 NOTICE FOR 1THLICATI0N. 011530 Department of,vthe Intejlor, ..H. S. Pinti Otnefe it Roswelli X; uii September n, m. Notice in hereby given that William A. Pettitt, of route 3,F,lida,K M., who on April 2, 1908, mnde homestend eijtrr 11715. serial number 0M."39, for southwest M: nnd on Oct. 21. 1903, mnde nddltionn...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 15 November 1912

WESTERN CANADA'S PROSPERITY NOT A BOOM, BUT DUE TO NAT URAL DEVELOPMENT. One of the largest banks In Holland has been doing a big business in Western Canada, and Mr. W. Wester man, the President, on a recent visit Into the Provinces of Manitoba, Sas katchewan and Alberta, expressed himself as being much Impressed with present conditions and prospects, and was convinced that the great pros perity of the Dominion was not a boom, but merely the outcome of nat ural developments. V Not only has money been Invested largely In Western Canada by the Holland Banks, but by those of Ger many, France, as well as Great Brit ain. Not only are these countries con tributing money, but they are also contributing people, hard headed, in dustrious farmers, who are helping to produce the two hundred million bush els of wheat and the three hundred million bushels of the other small grains that the Provinces of the West have harvested this season. During the past fiscal year there came into Canada from t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 15 November 1912

DRY FARMERS GROW ALFALFA Conceded to Be the Beit Legume for Arid Reglone on Account of It Deep Rooting System. (By U C. AICHER. Idaho Experiment Station.) If dry farming la to become a per manent system of agriculture It la ab solutely essential that humus and nitro gen be put into the soil. There are many acres in the Intermountaln west where no other system of agriculture will ever prevail. The constant grow ing of wheat on summer fallowed land must cease, for such a system is sure to deplete the soil of its plant food. At the present, wheat farming meth ods largely consist of robbing the soil of its temporarily, accumulated fertil ity and then letting It lie Idle until such time as enough plant food has ' bee,n made available and enough wa ter has been stored to insure another good crop. Humus and nitrogen are very essential to successful wheat farming, and In order to secure these the dry farmer must make use of green manure crops that will supply these necessary plant foods. By...

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. — 15 November 1912

Q HAPPENINGS I N NEW MEXICO Wenurn Newspaper Union News Servlc. DATKS FOll COMIKU KVIONTS. November 18-20 Merlin of Scottish Kile Conslatory, at Kan I a Fe. November 20-22 1'ccus Valley Poul try allow Koswell. WILSON GETS 3,000 PLURALITY. Congressman H. B. Ferguson Was Re elected by 4,000 Majority. Albuquerque. With practically com plete returns from the election in New Mexico, Wilson appears to have car ried the state by a plurality of 3,000; II. B. Fergimson, Democrat, was re elected to Congress by 4,000. " 8 - A Si. I j V "--N HARVEY B. FERGUSSON The half-million state bond issue for good roads carried by 5,000 and the amendment to the constitution repeal ing the language qualification clause was defeated by 3,500. The estimated total vote in the state for three presidential candidates was: Wilson, 15,100; Taft, 11,250; Roosevelt, 7,800. ' CONGRESSMAN CURRY HURT". Was Caught In Overturned Auto and Had Three Ribs Broken. Albuquerque. Congressman George Curry, who was' seriously in...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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