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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 6 December 1912

"ST NotIi ft roil VI IH.H ATIO.X Department of ! lie Interior, I'. S. Lond 01' Uce at Roive!l, X, M. Nov. I, 11)13. Notice is hereby given that Salllo B. AVolf, of Kenna, N. M. nho on Sept. tl, I'.nw. made H- 10. serial no. M.v.4. for NWV SeetlonSI, Township. 0 S Knnire, 31 11. N. M. 1 Meridian, has lllecl notice of intention to make linnl three year proof, to eslnblish clnlm to tlic land nhove desci ibrd, before Pan C. SnviiKe IT, S. Commissioner, in his ofrloet Kenna. N. M. on Dec. 10, lalS. Claimant names ns witnesses: Frnnk L. mlih. George W. Prch Mnlvin B. Peelj-i Oscar i), Hiinfl nil of Tfennn. N M T: C. Til.Lin'SON, . . rtifftst.ef: Ntibo NOTICE FOR ITIU.ICATIOX. non-coal. . F.S. 0500U CS. Department of tlie Interior, U. 8. Land Office nt Fort Sumner, N. M., September Si1, 11S. Notice Is hereby itlven Hint Hartley M. Walts, of Elian. N . M who, on Feb . 1908. made homes) ad entry no. 0.7X10. for SE! Petition S3. Township .'i S. It an ire 31 K. K. M. v. Meridian, linn tiled no...

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. — 6 December 1912

RELATIONS WITH OTHER NATIONS Foreign Affairs Is Subject of Message From President. IS FIRST ONE OF A SERIES Merit Syttem In Consular and Diplo matic Corp Department of ' 8tate'a Good Work for Latin American Republics. Washington, Dec. 3. President Taft submitted to congress today the first of several messages. It was devoted to our foreign relations and In part was as follows: To the Senate and House of Repre sentatives: The foreign relations of the United States actually and poten tially affect the state of the Union to a degree not widely realized and hard ly surpassed by any other factor In the welfare of the whole nation. The position of the United States in the moral, Intellectual, and material rela tions of the family of nations should be a matter of vital interest to every patriot lo citizen. The national pros perity and power impose upon us du ties which we can not shirk if we are to be true to our Ideals. The tremen dous growth of the export trade of the United States has a...

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. — 6 December 1912

HURR If SESSION OF CONGRESS BEGINS BOTH HOUSES FINISH ORGANIZA. TION PRELIMINARIES, THEN ADJOURN ON FIRST DAY. PRESIDENT DELIVERS MESSAG: Cheers Greet Clark and 'Cannon In House Senate Tangle Over Pre siding Officer Unsettled First Message Dealt En tirely With Foreign Affairs Congress' First Day. Sixty-second congress, third ses sion, opening day. Senate. Convened at noon, Senator Ba ker, president pro-teporare, pre siding.' Chairman Clapp of Interstate commerce committee, announced an effort would be mace to reach an agreeemnt on a report recom mending amendments to the anti trust law. Campaign exepnditures investi gating committee will resume bearings December 10. " Adjourned at 12:22 p. m.-, until 11 a. m., Tuesday, out of respect for the memory of Vice-President Sherman and Senators Hey burn and Rayner. House. Convened at noon, Speaker Clark presiding. Estimates for running govern ment during' fiscal year of 1914 submitted by secretary of treasury. The aggregate $823,415,455, an...

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. — 6 December 1912

Some Pretty Breakfast Caps BULGARIAN ADVANCE ON THE TURKISH CAPITAL By JULIA BOTTOM LEY. i i.-v'' v- . W W r"V V -til r "Wi i ui, v.. 4 ' . xs. SZr 4 i ' When ChristmnB gifts bear with them kindly thoughts or careful work on the part of their donor and a recog nition of good taste In those to whom them are given, the recipients are sure to be pleased. And, whether the purse be fat or lean, good manage ment and cleverness make it possible to embody these Ideas in all gifts. Those which are the handiwork of the giver are whose which make the strongest appeal to our hearts and bring home the sweet, gracious spirit of Christmas. What taxes us most each year Is the matter of deciding on what to give. After this has been settled upon and our list made out, the rest is easy and the work a pleasure. There are Innumerable pretty things for women and girls. All of them love articles made to decorate their homes, and those made for their personal adorn ment; so the choice is not so hard. It do...

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. — 13 December 1912

J. r 1 NNA RECORD. VOL. 6. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1912. NO. 43. EE .K.E FOR VALUEJECEIVED Mary Finds Out All About the - Farnleys, Disliked By Her" Aunt By GEORGIA LOTT BELTER. Boo Farnley slapped the reins over the sleek backs of his big black team, and huddled Into bis fur coat With the disappearance of the sun, the winter day seemed to gain rapidly In chill gloominess. Glancing up, he caught the flutter of a woman's skirts at the side of the road ahead. ."Why that," muttered Bob, "must be that little Walte girt Isn't It like old Mary Walte to send that child to town afoot a day like this." The Waltes had always been bard, close people, keeping much to them selves la their gloomy, unpalnted . homestead at the end of the pine lane. 80 when Mary Walte was left to spend the latter parFof her life, the last survivor of her family, no one won dered at her living alone and working the few cultivated acres of her farm as best she might But when It was know...

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. — 13 December 1912

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. A. Pub. KENNA : NEW MEXICO Philadelphia is offering a bounty on rats to get the fleas off them. A tick lish proposition. Naturally the baBehall fans And In the restored Venus of Mllo a southpaw with good curves. The price of steel hoops has been advanced $2 a ton, but not because hoopsklrU are coming In. A Minnesota health official says the only place to kiss a woman Is on her photograph. Not on your tintype! A man recently found $4,000 In an old mattress he was going to burn up. Probably some one left It to the hair The nnxt thing to become popular Is the auto milk cart. Then we'll probably find gasoline in the bottles. A New York suffragette says: "I'm thirty-eight, and I don't caret a whoop for the men!" Probably It's mutual. A New York woman of ttghty Is starting to learn a trade. A person is never too old to learn, even In New York. "Is heat a substance?" asks the Lit erary Digest; and any householder can tell the magazine that beat Is an ex ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 13 December 1912

SERI STORY Y J Si IMWngUb, UN A. u. Jtcuiurg uo. SYNOPSIS. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consults i fardlng anonymous threatening letters he as received. The first promise a sample of the writer's power on a certain day. On that day the head Is mysteriously cut from a portrait of Cameron while the lat ter is In the room. Clyde has a theory that the portrait was mutilated while the room was unoccupied and the head later Jemoved by mcanp of a string, unnoticed by Cameron. Evelyn Grayson. Cameron's niece, wlln whom Ciyde Is In love, finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to n tree, where it was had been used as a target. Clyde pledges Evelyn to secrecy. Clyde learns that a Chinese boy employed hy Phlletus Murphy, an artist living 'nearby, had, borrowed a rifle from Cam eron's lodgekeeper. Clyde makes an ex cuse to call on Murphy and Is repulsed. He pretends to be Investigating alleged Infractions of the game laws. ..,, v ijtir, nrwsimnt-r puoiisner, re- i CHAPTER V (Continued). ! At...

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. — 13 December 1912

The Kenna Record D. C SAVAGE Editor and fWr PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febuary 8th 1907 at le Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, as itr ond Class Mail Matter. - Subscription 100 Pf Advance fear In Adrertiselne rates madeknown application THE CASH GROCERY. 8 8 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mrs. P. T. Bell left tins week for different points in Texas where she will visit her mother and sisters. Mrs. P. C. Smith left this week for Oakwood, Tex., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Hammett. F. J. Williamson and Bob Roberson are off this week for the tail timbers about 33 miles west of here. Said they were going rabbit hunting. Mm. Frank Good and children of Lamesa, Texas, arrived Wed nesday. Frank Good, her hus band is on the road with car of house hold goods and is expected to arrive in Kenna this week. They expect to locate here and will remain in town this winter convenient to school. :1TS. v. 1. Ldiuciieiu a-iui ikm to Roswell this week after a months vacation on the ranch north of town....

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 13 December 1912

NOTICE FOIt 1TBL1CATI0N. 0123H1 . Departnmct of the Interior, U. S. . Land Office at Roswell. N. M. . Deo., lflii. Xotlce Is lwie'iy given tint John W. Hamni, of Klklns, N. M.' who. on April 9. IflOT, nmde ii. K. litwi. Serial No. in.v,o, for SWV. and on Oct. 12. 1W, nindo utlillt entry S"erlal J?o. tf.'lHol fur S'K'I See. 1.1, Township 7 f,JRaniKi 21 ft. N. Mi l, Mellritiint hits tiled nut'lee of Intention to make Mnnl me mm three Sear proof, to establish claim to the land above riesclbed. before II. I'. Lively, V. S; Commissioner, in his Office at F.'ltlns, N M, oh January 15, 1913. ' Claimnnt names ns witnesses: fteorse C. Cooper, William D. Smith, William T. S. Burns, Georwe W. nice, nil of Klkinc N. M. T. C. Tlllotson. DI3 jlO Register. olite tut i'liliiientimi. . oust.' o:o;7 Department of the Interior. V. S. Land Of flee at Hoswell. N. M. Nor. 8". WIS. Notice is hereby uiven that John CI. Astrom, of Thornham, N. M who, on Slnreh. 7, 1908. made It. E. 14370 Serial No. 011212, ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 13 December 1912

i CONGRESS HEARS SECOND MESSAGE President Tells of Treasury and Army Affairs. PHILIPPINES ARE INCLUDED Bill for Native' Independence De nounced as Premature Progress of Panama Canal. Washington. Dec. 6. Congress today re vived from President Taft the second of his messages to the short session. It deals with fiscal, military, Insular and . Judicial affairs and In part Is as follows: The condition of the country with ref erence to business could hardly be better. While the four years of the administra tion now drawing to a close have not de veloped great speculative expansion or a wide field of new Investment, the recov ery and progress made from the depress ing conditions following the panic of 1907 have been steady and the Improvement hs been clear and easily traced In the Itatlstlcs. The business of the country Is now on a solid basis. Credits are not unduly extended and every phase of the Situation seems In a state of prepared ness for a period of unexampled prosper ity. Manufact...

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. — 13 December 1912

GREAT BRIIi'S PnOTESTTO KNOX PANAMA CANAL TOLL BILL VICV J-ATES THE HAY-PAUNCEFOTE TREATY, IS THEIR CRY. mil PROPOSE TO ARBITRATE hernial Note Sent Secretary ef State Fear Bill Might Be Applied to American Ships In Foreign Trade Taft Is Wrong, Saya Grey. Washington, Dec. 10. Great Brit ain's formal note of protest against that section of the Panama canal act which exempts American coastwise shipping from payment of tolls for passing through the Panama canal, a document written by Edward Grey, British minister of foreign affairs, was presented to the secretary of state, Philander C. Knox, tonight by the British ambassador, James Bryce, who read the note word for word to the secretary at the latter's home. It Is an elaboration of the points of objec tion in the note presented to the state department last July. In brief these objections are: That while It was clearly In viola tion of the Hay-Pauncefote treaty either to remit or refuld tolls on nil American shipping using the canal, the...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 13 December 1912

FERGUSSONRE-ELEGTED WHERE W00DR0W WILSON IS RESTING NEW MEXICO IN BRIEF CONGRESSMAN FROM 8TATE OF NEW MEXICO. 1 State Canvassing Board Computet Count of Votes Cast at No vember Election. YHtprh Newspaper I'niun Newa Sorvire. Santa Fe. The State Canvassing Board has completed the count of votes at the November election. The votes show: For (ontrrnmii. II. M. Fei-Kiisson (D.) 22,1 3 Nathan Jaffa (H.) 17,800 M. V. tie Baca (P.) 5 883 A. ICggum iS.) i.tm Total vote cast 4.fB6 Fei'KUMSon'a plurality 4,239 For Presidential Elector. E. C, J. 11 S. I) Oe Baca (D.) 20.41 1 IJitham (U.) 19,997 rltennlH, Jr. (D.) 20,108 A Hiliihps 111 I 17. U4 Ievl Kufraclo (Salleiros (R.) 17,7:1.1 Matt Fowler (R.I li.2r8 Ceorire W. Arniljo (P.) 8.347 !. K. Sturiley (P.) 7.704 lora F. Thomas (P.) 7,787 Walter ion. (8.) 2.S59 I.eroy Welsh (S.) 2 8ii6 W. T. Holmes (S.) 2,859 ountitiitttiunl Amrndmeut. For 2. Against 13, Mnte HlRhnny Bond Iwm For 2 Against 17 6G3 68 333 338 Good Prices Prevail for Cattle. Carlsba...

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. — 20 December 1912

,' ' 1 '7 6 ' V 4 I, .THE. KENNA RECORD. VOL. 0. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY; DECEMBER 20, 11)12. NO. 44. u - ' ' BRAVE ROXn'FALLON She Is Called Miss Fireworks Because of Her Many Nervy Deeds. By MAUD J. PERKINS. Jimmy O'Fallon tried to straighten up and look his daughter in the eye. Roxy waved her whip In front of him airily, but decisively. "You might Just as well fall in, dad, because I shan't let you drive those t horses tonight. You'd run the whole shooting match over the edge of Kit cat mountain, and I'd have the funeral ' to manage. Put him to bed, boys." "I suppose you can drive?" Roxy turned on her little high heels at the Insult. With her eyes; clear, sparkling defiant eyes, she took in the full attire of this stranger who dared to ask her. Rcxana O'Fallon, whether i- she could drive. "I was born in a grub wagon," said Roxy, mildly. "I've driven horses all my life. Why? You afraid to go along?" i He looked amused. He was very tall, fearfully tall, standing be...

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. — 20 December 1912

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. A Pub. KfTNNA : NEW MEXICO feg - - - 1 i 'aninlca'B torrential rains ought to mollify the ginger. Youth has been defined as just one lamed blunder after another. Propuets are bum leaders. If flont' believe It, look at Turkey. you A Parisian hotel will bo opened without servants. Also without guests. Skirts slashed at the knee are thi latest fashion. Handy to get at the money. Statistics show that more bachelors, than married men become Insane. Why say more? A New York paper advises Its read ers to start a pearl farm. Still seed pearls are expensive. Vr W V 0M WAV VJl llXX M y ... tro Aft That town which seeks to bear the name "1912" can never hope to be up to date next January. Cuba certainly Is learning the game. It Is now crying fraud over the elec tion and demanding a recount Money that Europe does not spend on a general war it can InveBt nice ly In buying shoes for the baby. Our only fear of a woman In the president's cabinet is that she would...

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. — 20 December 1912

SERI STORY 53 I 1 3 Pi ft 0. I TSie Sable Lorclia -J M ' BT Horace Hazeltine 4 8YN0P8I3. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consults Philip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re- fiardlng anonymous threatening letters he as received. The flrst promises a sample of the wrlter'i power on a certain day. On that day the head Is mysteriously cut from a portrait of Cameron while the lat ter Is In the room. Clyde has a theory that the portrait was mutilated while the room was unoccupied and the head later removed by means of a string, unnoticed by Cameron. Evelyn Grayson, Cameron's niece, with whom Clyde Is In love, finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to a tree, where It was had been used as a target. Clyde pledges Evelyn to secrecy. Clyde learns that a Chinese boy employed by Phlletus Murphy, an artlBt living nearby, had borrowed a rifle from Cam eron's lodgekeeper. Clyde makes an ex cuse to call on Murphy and Is repulsed. He pretends to be Investigating alleged Infractions of the game laws 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. — 20 December 1912

The Ken n a Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor end Pub'r PUBLISHED WFTKLY Entered Febuary Sth 19117 uti'e Kctin.i, New Mexico, Post Office, as i" end Ctass Mail fvfrittrr. ... Subscription 100 Pe? fear Advance In Advertiselnc rates made Known application LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Turkey Dinnor Dor. 2"Ah at the West Hotel. uO cents. Harry Davis 'if the Dave How ell Ranch left, this week for his Christn.ns vacation. Leslie Marsh of the Pud Wilk inson Ranch was in town over two nights this week. Mrs. J. M. Slierinan and her daughter, Miss Edit.li returned this week from Roswejl A. C.Reithor of Elida is in town this week gathering anoth er two cars of cattle for the Kansas Citv market. flay m on d West passed here Monday night with a train of sheep, hound for Nebraska. He vrill he at ieast ten days on the ti ip. Mr. and Mrs. John A. North cutt left this week for a months visit with their son, J . (. Noi th cutt in Amarillo, Texas. Mrs. W. B. Scott, left Thurs day morning for San Marcus, Tex., to atte...

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. — 20 December 1912

Or. A 7V T ' notice ran n irucvmn', ni .to o.'ncn Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Offite 8t Roswell. N. M. Pee. 2, 1H1. Nolice Is c' " irlvi-n t)i:il John W. lliimm, or N. M. who. on Ai'iil '. lOOLmndc II. I. lltwi, Serial N". ni2v",n, fur SWK: n'i1 on Oct. 12. l'Kr'. inndc ml. lit o-.ury Serial No. fl'Pi it fr KKU See. U. Tnwnshl; 7 S.nnnire'iT- X. . P. Meiht'an. has tiled notice of Intention u make Final In e nnd three .tear iroof, to establish claim to the land nhove rtoscibrd. before I!. !'. Lively, I'. S. Commissioner. In his O'tlee nt Eiklns, X M. on January 15. 1'ii.L Claiiiiiint n.imos ns wltnorsc-s: Gcorne C. Cooper. Willlnm I). Smith. William T. S. Hums. (lenrtre V. nice, nil of Elkins N. M. 9 . ( '. TUloison, D!3-j!3 Register. Notice f.ir Iiil,llcntlrii. OHM! ();II9.7 Department of H e Intci lor. 1". S. I.n nil Of " flee nt RuhwcII, N. M. Nov. 30, 1D!2. Notice is hereby Kiven thnt John (1. Astrom. of Thorhhnln, N. M Who, on Mnrch, 7, 1WC. made II. M. 14.170 Serial ...

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. — 20 December 1912

M CHRISTMAS ISLAND Land of Fond Memories and Home of Saint Good Will. . A tea in ft I"!'"I1EN, ss wo Jour P H " neyed eastward to the Land of Hearts Desire, we came to an Island which Is c a 1 1 d ChrlBtmas, where all good pil grims go ashore. But those who have ventured far from their course, or have no liking to company with their fellows, sail on to the north, which la a chilly sea. or to the south, where the blast Is not tempered. For Christmas Island lies straight in the way of the honest mariner, and the stream which runs as a river through the sea hath warmth and fragrance, whereof the shores of the island give pleasant evidence. Now, the gales that sweep the Island sweep westward upon the approaching pilgrims, and eastward upon the departing sails, so that the stay within the gracious port is but a part of the joy of that sea. And as the shores came out of the horizon, a little chid called, "Christ mas Isle! ChristmaB Isle!" bo clear Is the air of these parts to infant eyes....

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. — 20 December 1912

BANDIT FIGHTS SHERIFFS POSSE UNDER SHERIFF KILLED AND THREE WOUNDED IN THE . BATTLE. IS SUM Bf THE OFFICERS Sought For Attack en Santa Ana Girl Fatally Wounded, Outlaw Lies In Ditch and Keept Up Battle Until Company of Militia Lend Aid. Santa Ana, Cal., Dec. 17 In a battle today In the hills at Taraato Springs, 12 miles northeast of Santa Ana, be. tween a young desperado and mora than one hundred - county officers, militiamen and citizens, the outlaw who had attacked a young girl last night, was killed. Under Sheriff Rob ert Squires met death and three of his deputies were seriously wounded. The battle was the climax of an all-night pursuit of the bandit by a sheriff's posse, which brougnt him to bay at dawn. Turning upon his pur suers, the bandit opened fire. One of his first bullets fatally wounded Squires. He lay in a gulch calling for help throughout the long fight, but each time an effort was made to reach him-one or more members of his posse fell wounled. - It was not until Co...

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. — 20 December 1912

MR. WILSON'S DAUGHTERS AT BERMUDA WOMEN SMASH COST OF LTO PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKEEPERS SELL EGGS BELOW MARKET. . NEW MEXICO IN BRIEF COMPILED BY 8TATE BUREAU ON NEW MEXICO CONCERNS. DATA Oil CORPORATIONS Since 1865, There Ha Been 4,268 Cor porations Organized In the State For Profit. Western Newepaper Union Nwi Service,. Santa Fe, N. M. In order that the State Corporation Commission may have all available data on the sub ject of New Mexico corporations, it has had compiled by T. J. Sanford, one of the clerks of the commission, a list of all the corporations organ ized in New Mexico since 1865. This list also shows which have suspend ed, which are active, meaning by this designation, those filing annual re ports in accordance with the law of 1905, and those which are dormant. The law of 1905 provides that each corporation must file an annual re port for which a filing fee of $1 Is charged. A penalty .of $200 Is also imposed on corporations which do not file the annual report as required...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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