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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 27 December 1912

KENNA RECORD. VOL. C. KENN,A. CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. DEOEM HER 27, 1912. NO. 45. 1 JnLJdj DOUDEillOirS LUCK After Numerous Mistakes and Accidents He Gets the Girl He Was After. By CLARA INEZ DEACON. Ex-Judge Rosser of Marion was a Vldower and lived on the Interest of the money be had, been wise enough to lay by In bla younger days. Colonel Grafton was the owner of the Orafton Woolen Mills, and making money out of the capital Invested Fate was going to bring these two men together, but she was In no huiry about It. Tbey haj lived In the same town for five years and had never met either In a business or a social way. They simply knew each other by sight The Judge had a daughter named Bessie. At the time the happenings that follow took place to stir up the country ' and almost precipitate an other panic Miss Bessie was twenty fears old. Her aunt was her chaper on and her father's housekeeper, and i large and fresh assortment of young en were seekers after her hand and ler f...

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. — 27 December 1912

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KHNNA : : NEW MEXICO The greatest happiness ot all U that which cornea from making others happy. If you happen to be from Wisconsin this Is one of the finest football year on 1 word. A Seattle boy of twelve has a crop of whiskers. A precocious little shaver, at It were. Rabbits experimented upon with coffee died. Now try oysters and ham and eggs. Science has yet to devise a way to close the railroad switch that ought not to be leif open. The ancient Egyptians used para sols. But that had nothing to do with their complexions. We suspected a long time ago that those Turkish cigarettes would get the Turks, sooner or later. Emperor William of Germany has a clock that speaks the time. Time la money, and money talks. Another aviator killed shows that the lure of the akr Is as potent as before Its tragedies began. "Be a Bulgarian," said a housewife, as she sent her husband out In the yard to beat a Turkish rug. A New York physician says there ...

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. — 27 December 1912

7 S E R I A L v t STORY J m The Sable Lorcha 1 BT $ Horace Ilazeltine &j L m tuop-nim itm, A. V. Mooiurg (Jo.) SYNOPSt PSJ Robert Cameron, capitalist, consult Phillip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re garding anonymous threatening letters he ha received. The first promlsrs a sample of the writer's aower on a certain day. On that day the head la mysteriously cut irorn a portrait or Cameron while the lat ter la In the room, rlvrle 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. Everyji Grayson, Cameron's niece, with whom Clyde Is In love, finds tha head of Cameron's portrait nailed to tree, where It was had been used as a target. Clyde pledge Evelyn to secrecy. Clyde learns that a Chinese boy employed by Phlletus 'Murphy, an artist living nearby, had borrowed a rifle from Cam eron's lodgekeuer. Clyde makea an ex cuse to call on Murphy and Is repulsed He pretends to be Investigating alleg...

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. — 27 December 1912

The Kenna Record SOSOOSOOCOSasscsasG D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY pntcreJ Fcbnany 8th 1907 atle Kcnna, New Mexico, Post Office, at onil Class Mail Matter. - - - Subscription ?100 P Advance) fear In Artvertiselne rntos mmle known mIWtitiin tm , (f THE CASH GROCERY. HAS nnini.ntM.tSiiSiVVNiM,MiMM,W . L0C4L AND PERSTMAL. W. II. Harris came up from Itoswell "Wednesday to spend Christina? Holidays with his family. W. B Scott spends Christmas Holiday in Fortales reluming Thursday. ... George Could made a short visit to the Pecos Valley first part of this week, stopping a few minutes in Kenna Wond er if they have their eye on the prospective new rail road. Mrs. King of Judson, her daughter Miss Lena and her son Frank, spent a few days in Kenna visiting friends durit g Christmas Holidays. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kim inons served a lovely dinner Christmas day to a few of their friends Those present .were Mrs. King of Judson, her daugh ter Miss Lena and her son Frank, Dr. and M...

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. — 27 December 1912

r- - n mi ai " ' - v ' n i i -' i'. ' . Mitiffc Finl r( itiiicAiioN. ni.t-f) , o-t.i( t Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Off.rn nt Roswell. N. M. Deo. , 1HW. Nollrols bcio'iy Ulvrn that John V. lluniin. of Klklii, N M. who. on April 0. 1007. made U. E. HO'll, Serin I No, 0U3TK). fur 8Wf: and on Oct. 11 1W, made addrt entry Serial No. O?0loj for SE' Sec. 13, Township 7 S. Knire SK E. N. M. I. Meildhin, ha Med notice of Intention to mnke Final (he nnrt tlirce year proof, to establish rlalm to the land above fleelb.d. before It, 1 ElvolVi l?, H. t'omnilBHloner, lb hlNOHce nt Hlltlns! N SI, m Jrtnilnfy 18. I'll Claimant nmripa its -ivltrieF3cs: Heorirrt C: Cooper, WlliinnitJ. Smltll, WIlllHih I1. Hum, neoi-ife W: ilu'c; nil of riiuiilr- f. M: , T. V. TIltntMih.' otlre tor i'lililloollon, 01 121! (rM'.i Department of ilie Interior, t. S. Land of flee at Uoswell. N. M. Nov. HO, WIS. Notice Is hereby (riven that John (J. A Strom, of Thornham, K. M who, on March. 7, 1908, made H. E. 1...

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. — 27 December 1912

OFFICIAL PARCEL PUoi iAH. This man ia (or use only In unit No 1C71, in which the cfty of Washington I located. Numbered squares represent units cf area; circles Indicate boundaries of zonts. HOW PARCEL POST RATES ft FIX Charges Are Regulated Under the Zone System. B1Q ENTERPRISE LAUNCHED Eleven Pounds Is the Limit In Weight .for a Single Package Anything That Will Not In jure Other-Mail Can Be Sent. By EDWARD B. CLARK. ' With the coming of the New Year the United States government will en ter Into a new field of enterprise the transmittal of merchandise by what la known as the parcel post. It Is no exaggeration to say that thousands upon thousands of Inquir ies have been made of the postmaster general as to Just what the parcel post will mean to the people. It was the law of congress establishing the system which made provision for a division of the country Into zones and Into 35.000 units which are to be used as centers In describing the cir cles which mark the boundaries of the zo...

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. — 27 December 1912

ERMS OF PEACE ill ri i in ii in mill aa n mm iiiiAillll AHt ilUJt lUIUWH BALKAN DELEGATES ANNOUNCE TERRITORY THEY DEMAND FROM TURKEY AT LONDON PEACE CONFERENCE Indemnity Proposals Not Yet Ad vanced Demand Aegean Islands, Crete and Part of Mainland Albania In Powers' Hands. London, Dec. After several days ' of I jn accord- TeTbUeirffaditlons ol "uiplomacy, Turki.ii delegates today faced the real ati.ick of the tunes ai me iu:n mecang ui iut peace conference which ha as an ob ject the settling of the wA between the Balkan allies and Turke The victorious allies laid thmost important cards on the table. Tiese were In the form of territorial cc tlons which they had agreed to impost on the Ottoman empire. The demands as set forth were: FlrstT-The cession by Turkey of all the territory weBt .of a line starting from a point east of Eodesto, on the sea of Marmora, to a point in the bay of Malatra, on the Black sea, and ex cluding the peninsula of Gallioplt, Al bania's status to be decided 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. — 27 December 1912

uHOOLS E SUPERINTENDENT GIVES OUT INTERESTING STATISTICS An Increase of Over 1,600 of School Age Shown, Compared With September, 1911. Veatern Newspaper Union Netv Pervlre. Santa Fe. There are 101,648 per sons in the state of New Mexico of school age that is, from five to twenty-one years which Is an Increase of 1,603 over the number in September, 1911. Statistics on New Mexico schools, pupils, etc., were given out 6y Super intendent of Public Instruction Alvan N. White, who has just completed the school census and who is apportion ing $33,543.84, the current state school fund. This will give thirty-three cents to each pupil. Mr. White is working on his report and further "interesting statistics" will be given out for publication when the report is finished, and submitted to the governor. "General school conditions are show ing marked improvements," said Mr. White in commenting on the disclos ures made by the census. The fol lowing' "wil! be striking features of the report: School d...

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. — 3 January 1913

J ( i THE KEN'NA RECORD. VOL. G. KENNA. CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JAN I - All Y 3, 1913. NO. 4G. OGGItJG HIM UP J Man Convinced by a Woman That Being Neighborly Is a Paying Business. By GEORGIA LOTT SELTER. It was the worst snowstorm that had visited the hills that season. Frederick Huntley stood at the small paned window of bis snug library and watched the mall-delivery man as he struggled up the long hill In the teeth of the bhurp wind. - At Huntley looked, he saw his man hasten down the drive laden with a covered pan and a small tin bucket, from which he proceeded to refresh the faithful horse and his chilled driver when they paused at the gate. "That is some of Mrs. Brim's non sense," Huntley muttered impatiently, turning away from the window, "and I can wait for my mail." No one on Wind mountain under stood the master of The Pines. He was not old. He was so fine to look at that tho fresh-cheeked country girls felt a flutter of the heart when they drove past his gate. 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. — 3 January 1913

I- THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. A Pub. KENNA : NEW MEXICO A Chicago woman say American I girls are too artificial. It ta self-evl dent A Chlragoan who wanted good, long Bleep shot himself. No doubt ba a satisfied. A Kansas doctor aska a divorce be cause his wife constantly Bcolda him. A mighty thin excuse. Tuberculosis leads to crime .accord ing to a ntnghamton Judge. Ia there anything that doesn't? Trouser skirts are predicted as the next thing. They have been coming for. lo, these many moona. From Paris cornea the announce ment that aklrts will not be narrower thta ses.son. They couldn't be. A Columbia university professor aays that vacations are unnecessary. Certainly, if salary stops during them. The price of egg sandwiches has gone up In Washington. Are they getting ready for the Inauguration thla early I Mere man will be grateful If wom an will learn him bow she keeps the hobble skirt from bagging at the knees. A Detroit man wants a divorce be cause his wife talka too m...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 3 January 1913

ERI STORY The Sable Lorcha I I I 1 1 BT Horace Ilazeltine (Oopjrllit, UM, A. a McClurg Co.) 8YN0P8IS. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consult! Phillip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re garding; anonymous threatening; letters he has received. The first promises a sample of the writer's power on a certain day. On that day the head In mysteriously cut from a portrait of Cameron while the lat ter la In the room. Clvde 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 rmmii'i nnrtrait nailed to a, tree, where It was had been used as a target. Clyde pledges Kveiyn to srrrei-j. flvria Uarm tVint n phinpne hov emDloyed by Phlletus Murphy, an artist living nearby, had borrowed a rifle from Cam eron i lodgekeper. iiyae manes " r.,, -a a naii nn vr i , li v and la renulsed He pretends to be Investigating alleged Infractions of t...

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. — 3 January 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Felmaiy Stlt 1907 it tr Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, a 'oml Class Mail Matter. ... j'o- 4 THE CASH GROCERY. IWI 11 111' WMH1itt ' HAS car In Subscription 10G Par A dvanee j Advertlsc-ina mot made known nppllentlon LOCAL AND PERSJNAL. Horn to Mr. and Mis. I. L. Fuller on Sunday, Doc. 29, a ten pound boy. Mother and chile are doing nicely. Fuller is not out of danger yet. There Ins just been unloaded in Kenna. a car of Moses Best, flour. To those who have tested it, it needs no recommendation. It can be had at P. T. Bell's at the same price as you pay for cheaper grades. adv. WORDS FROM THE WISE AND OTHERWISE A man would tell his wife more if ho was certain it would stop there, but it makes a man hopping mad to have a neighbor refer to some business difficulty that one wife has learned from the oilier. Teople in this old world seem bourd to be unhappy. The man who fails to win a girl is not satisfied no more th...

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. — 3 January 1913

r NOTICE FOIt ITKLIC.ITION. ot-.'.ro . n:no Department of the Interior, U. S. I .find Olfit at Itrmvull. N. M. fcepiilltiu: .!:o Ii ll.-rl-'.j- pK"rt ll.nl MM W. Hnmm.of EIMiisn. M. w bo. on April lltnT. made H. K. llfl'il, Serlnl Nit, m2X for SW!; ""it "ii Oct. 12, VKK, innde addl't entry Serial No. Olrmil for SEW Sec. 13. Township T P. llfltitte 2N E. N., M. P. 1eiUHun! hns Med nott.ee oUntentlon to make Final Ihe and three year proof, to establish claim to the li'inh above hesolbeil. before II- P. Livelyi V , CHrrinlisiiiiieri in htont-ti tit Klktuit; N fu Oil Januury 13, I'll J. Claimant nauica nrs witnesses: Georife C. Cooper, Wllllnm D. Smith, William T. S. Uurns, Cieore W, nice, nil of Kilting' N. M. 1 . C. Tlllotson. 1)13 jlO Register. Xollee for I'lihllcntlon, 01 111! , n-WT . Department of the iiiilr.or. I'.s.f.Shab' ,Hce at ItuHwell. N. M. Nov. 30, 1012. Notice is hereby (.li en that John G. A strom, of Thornham, N. M who, on March, T, lWd. mulu II. K. 14370 Serial No. OH...

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. — 3 January 1913

TURKS' LAST STAND FREDERICK PALMER TELLS HOW THEY STOPPED THE ADVANCE OF THE BULGARS. PROVED MATCH FOR ALLIES Fighting on the Defensive From the Start, Their Brave Resistance at Adrlancple Saved the Ottoman Capital From Capture. By FREDERICK PALMErt, Staff Correspondent of the Chicago Record-Herald In the Balkan War. MuHtapha Pasha. The minarets of Sultan Sellm! Needle-like, I have seen them rise over the Indistinct mass of Adrtano ple from the distant hills, then as sub stantial columns from the nearby hills, and again so close from the ehellproof of an advanced Infantry po sition that 1 could make out the til ings on the dome of the great mosque Itself. The simple grace of the minarets dominated town, and landscape, and siege. Weary drivers of the weary oxen of the transport and still wearier artillerymen, bringing up additional guns through seas of mud, saw them for the first time as a token of de fiance, of work unfinished, of battles yet to be fought, and of lives yet to be los...

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. — 3 January 1913

DYNAMITERS ARE GIVEIIjpflCES THIRTY-THREE ARE SENT TO U. 8. FEDERAL PRISON AT LEAV WORTH, KANSAS. SIX SENTENCES SUSPENDEE Judge 'Say Some Are Guilty of Mur der Prisoners Sing on Way to the Jail Crying Wives and Chil dren Follow Prisoners From Court to Cells. o a 3 o 0 0 D o 0 0 0 0 0 0 a o o o oooooooo The evidence shows some of these c'efendants to be guilty of murder The evidence In this case will convince any impartial person that government by injunction Is Infinitely to to preferred to government by dynamite. Judge Anderson, In sentencing the dynamiters. A fairer Jurge never lived than Judge Anderson. What I say Is from what I have ob served throughout the trial. I wish all the judges of the country were like him. Murphy of Detroit, one of the men whose sentence was suspended, oooo oooo Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 31 Impris onment In the federal penitentiary at Leavenwporth, Kan., today was im posed upon thirty-three labor union officials convicted of having engaged in the destruc...

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. — 3 January 1913

SHIPPING BEAR GRASS SIXTY-SIX CARS SENT OUT PORTALES PAST SEASON. OF Farmers of Portales Valley Received $6,600 for Baling and Hauling Same to Town. Wel-i-n Newspaper l.'ufon New Service. Portales, X. M. Probably the most maligned and cursed product of the state of New Mexico Is the yucca fili mentoaa, or "bear grass," as it Is most commonly designated, yet this pestif erous product that has been anathe matized for generations Is fast prov ing to be a source of revenue that should Dot be despised or overlooked by anyone. Take this year, for In stance, one company has shipped out sixty-six carloads of this "bear grass" for which they received an average price of $100 per car, over and above the freight, making a total of $C,00. The total cost to the farmer was the procuring of a very simple device for baling and the labor expended In cut ting, baling and hauling to market. For this the farmer received from $7 to $S per ton, or practically, what the ship ping firm received for it. Tru...

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. — 10 January 1913

THE KENNA RECORD. VOL. 6. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1913. NO. 47. 4 ;. v A FIGHTING DOCTOR How One Young Physician Lit erally Fought His Way Into Fame and Practice. BY JOHN PHILIP ORTH. When a medical student taai re ceived his diploma and is turned adrift to succeed or fall it is the crisis of his life. Not one In ten can figure out how he is going to support himself until he can get a foothold. When he has selected his town and his office and his home he must wait for pa tients, and weeks and months may go by before his prescriptions begin to be handed in to the drug store. When Dr. Charles Chisholm made his advent at Lansing he found seven M. D.'s for a population of 3,600. That was 500 each. In the course o fa year, as doctors figure, ten people out of every 600 will need the service of a physician. That Is the average, out side of epidemics. Taking the doctors' figures again, the charge to the ten pa tients will not average over $16 each. That means ...

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. — 10 January 1913

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. A Pub. KENNA ! : NEW MEXICO What Is so useless as a pair of tight kid gloves In zero weather? A Minnesota man fasted for 105 days, this being juBt 104 days too long for us A Chicago Jurist says thut a motor cycle is a dangerous weapon. tie must ride one. The spring fashions will be devoid of curves Again, the thin woman comes into her own. A new Japanese battleship Is called Helyel Sounds more like a battle cry than a battleship The women of France are not good cooks, according to expert evidence. Hut. ah. the styles they wear! A Paris doctor has discovered a means of fattening one by electricity. Jt must be a shocking operation. A ChlcaKO woman says she can't live on $10,000 a year She might try starving to death on that allowance. A New York woman, under a vow of silence, hasn't spoken to her hus band for eleven years. Lucky man! Rats are causing much trouble In Washington by devouring postage rtamps. Why not poison the stamps? Kansas City compl...

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. — 10 January 1913

SERIAL STORY lUupjrlfUt, IMi, A. 0. McClurg Co.) 8YN0P8I3. Robert Csmeron, capitalist, consult! Phillip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re garding anonymous threatening letters h pas received. The first promises a sample of the writer's power on a certain day. On that day the head Is mysteriously cut from portrait of Cameron while the lat ter la In the room. Clyde has a theory that the portrait was mutllnted while the room was unoccupied and the head later removed by means of a string, unnoticed by f&jneron. Evelyn Grayson. Cameron's niece, with whom Clyde Is In love, finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to tree, where It was had been used as a target. Clyde pledges Evelyn to secrecy. Clyde learns that a Chinese bov emp'oved by Phlletus Murphy, an artist living riearby, had borrowed a ride from Cam ron'e lodgekeper. Clyde makes an ex ruse to call on Murphy and la repulsed. He pretends to be Investigating alleged Infractions of the game laws and speaks ft finding the bowl of a...

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. — 10 January 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor end Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Felmary 8tli 1907 at Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, at ' end Class Mail Matter. ... Subscription 100 Pr ear in Advance AUvertiselne rates miulcknown uiilk'n lion LOCAL AND PERUSAL. Mrs T. T. Hell rcturrod home Thursday from an extended visit in Texas with her mother and sister. Mrs. It. M. West is confined to her room this week with a good case of La G'rippo. W L. Sears and V. B. Mc Coinbs left a few days ago over land in their auto for Mineral Wells, Texas,- where they will probably spend a good part of the winter. Pope and Tom Smith of Elida, were in town this week on land matters. It is a sure thing now that there are more people coming to this town and community than are leaving. Slowly but surely they will fill this whole country up again. It is reported that several families will return by spring who had proved up and gone expecting to stay. "An election is called to be held at tho several (seventeen) vot...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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