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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 10 January 1913

NOTICE FOR iTnMfATIOX. oioro o.tim Department of the Interior, U. S. I-nnd Office, at Koswell. N. JI. r?c. 5, lfil J. Nullco in line'iy given Hint John W. Hifmm, of Kiklii', N- M. win), on April1). I'.Hir, made II. E. llti'H, Serial No. cu.v,o, for SWX; ""l on Oct. 12. foo. nmilo mlili'l entry Serial No. 9.WI for SEX See. 13. 'Inlilt 7 S. RaniCSE. N. M. 1. Meildllim hns tiled notice of Intention to make Final li e and three year proof, to est ubli.sli claim to tlic land above dt'selhed. before II. I. Livclv, 17. S. Commissioner, in his Ollee nt Elkins, N M, on January 15. 113. Claimant namea as witnesses: George C. Cooper, V lllin in I). Smith. William T. S. Hums. (leorge V. Dice, nil of Elkln N. M. T. C. Tillotson. D13-J10 Register. Xullrc for Piilillcnilon. 01 12 1 ! 0 '03.'7 Department of the Interior. U.S. Land Ot lice nt Roswell. N. M. Nov. 71', WIS. Notice is hereby given tli: t John CI. Astrom, of Tliornhnm, X. M who, on March, 7, 190K, undo II E. U370 Serial No. 01212, for N...

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. — 10 January 1913

NATURALLY. Til 11 V 8ha I understand that Maud's mar riage was a great shock to all her friends. He Tes; I heard she married an elctrical engineer. He's Not a Chicken Fancier. Speaking of chickens a funny man writing In Puck says: "They are the most dadbusted, un certalnest creatures that walk the fam ily acre. Almost everybody tries to raise chickens at one time or another. Looks easy that's the deceiving part f It "And It Is easy after you learn one thing. Little chickens don't know anything, medium sized chickens don't know anything. If there is any change of an Intellectual nature as the size Increases the big ones know less, if possible, than the little ones. "If there 1b a wire partition In your pen with an open door at one end the chickens will try to plunge through the wire Instead cf going around and walking through the door." Self-Appreciation. "How do you know your speech made such a profound impression?" asked the doubting friend. "There wasn't very much cheering." "That...

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. — 10 January 1913

E CONCEDE ISLAND OF CRETE AND GIVE IN 'TO ALLIES ON THRACEON FRONTIER. THEY STAND PAT OMDBIQPLE Conference AwalU More Concessions Allies Expect Turkey to Relent Further Condition of Empire and Powers' Plans Will 8top the War. London, Jan. 7 The first stage of the peace negotiations which Is one W pretense on Turkey's part to avoid the appearance of yielding to the de mands of the allies without pressure from the nowerB. is now over. It is S BACK RIGHT 01 expected the second stace will soon begin, with the powers acting behind the scenesand pulling the strings which wljl compel Turkey t(f concede the bulk of the allies' demands. Without money, her army Inade quate and demoralized, her statesmen realize that Turkey is in no condition to resume hostilities with any chance of success. At today's sitting of the conference, " Turkey renounced in favor of the al lies her rights In the island of Crete and promised further rectification of the Thracean frontier, but Insisted upon the retenti...

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. — 10 January 1913

BEWSTATPSfBOGRESS NEW MEXICO ENJOY8 BEST SEA SON IN FARMING AND MINING. WEST INDIAN STEAMSHIP ASHORE THEY WANT NEW TARIFF IDEAS NEW MEXICO IN BRIEF HOU8E COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE SUGGESTION FROM PUBLIC. Development Along All Line Perman ent and Stable, and All Business Enjoy Healthy Tone. Wtern Newapapar Union Ntwi Servlc. Santa Fe. The first year of state boot! in New "Mexico was marked by the substantial progress that was ex pected to follow the unsettled condi tions which prevailed for so long dur ing the apparently endless and hope less contest for .self-government. In spito of this struggle, the develop ment for three or four years just be fore admission to the Union was steady and continuous and furnished a '.solid foundation for the Wore rapid growth now in ovldence. While the.inilux of homcReekers was hardly so great during 1912 as in the year before, transient and specu lative elements were noticeable by their absence and the development along all Una has been of the perman ent...

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. — 17 January 1913

HE KENNA RECORD. VOL.6. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913. NO. 48. L GIG REASON An Instance Where Logical Man Gave the Impression of Being in Earnest. By CLAUDINE 8ISSON. "In cms war la declared, what la the logical conclusion T" asked tbe professor of his class. , "That, some one Is going to get hurt," was the reply. "And In case of an earthquake?" "That buildings will be shaken down." . "And In case of love?" "That matrimony will follow." " "And In oaBe of pinching the tiger's tall at the i oo?" "You get the bounce." "Correct, gentlemen. Always reason from loglo aud you will always be right." Mr. Fred Clinton, a young man of Z4, had been using logic for many months when he set out to walk across the country, a distance of 80 miles, for a visit to his old aunt. He found nothing to reason about . until within four miles of his Journey's end. Then, as be was passing a farm' nouse of the better class, he saw . something that halted him. A young girl was on the...

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. — 17 January 1913

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. A Rub. KENNA : NEW MEXICO Mot stove baseball U a great aport aud nobody gets hoarse cheering It - It will be funny If the huge cotton crop does not make silk skirts cheaper. A contemporary says there are 4,000 poets In this country. Who supports "em? Ad u tiki sued girl has delivered a Iccturo on the decline of chivalry. Gee. the must be homely. Thpre Is no question but what It was a tough who assaulted the Chi cago girl who lost two teeth In biting him. Love of animals, says a New York specialist, Is a dleease. That New. port society circle must be an awfully unhealthy set. A Dostonlan has donated 100,000 to combat college athletica. Probably It will be used to start chess, checkers and plngpong tournamenta. A Kansas City women's Jury return ed a verdict in three hours in a case in which a male Jury previously had disagreed. They must have been talked out An Idaho feminine Jury adjourned court at noon to go home and get din ner. And still there a...

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. — 17 January 1913

0 O C D I A I V U ill r tmm STORY i y.i ".a mm V. MCVlUrg el vwj 8YN0P8I8. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consult Phillip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re garding anonymous threatening letters he haa received. The first promises a sample of the writer's power on a certain day. On that, day the head Is mysteriously cut from u portrait of Cameron while the lat ter li In the room: Clyde has a theory that the portrait was mutilated while the room was unoccupied ana tne neaa inter removed by means of a string, unnoticed i py uameion, n;veiyn urayson, amerwn a filete, with whom Clyde Is In love, finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to a tree, where It waa had been used as a target. Clyde pledges Evelyn to secrecy. Clyde learns that a Chinese boy employed by Phlletuif Murphy, an artist living nearby, had borrowed n rifle from Cam eron's lodgekeper. Clyde makes an ex cuse to call on Murphy and Is repulsed. He pretends to be investigating alleged Infractions of the game laws and speaks if ...

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. — 17 January 1913

The Kenna Record . D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY F.ntereil Febnary Stli 1907 alt' - Kenna, Ner Mexico, Post Otfire, at it' end Class Mail Matter. - Subscription 5100 Pf Advance fear In AdrertiBetng rates mmle known Application LOCAL AND PERSONAL. William Horner of Boaz was in town Thursday on business. Dave Howell received two car loads of cows Tuesday from Roswell for his ranch. E- J. Frazier, one of the fir. t settlers on the halfway grounds lietween Kenna and Boaz is in town this week. He is now liv ing at Memphis, Texas. Clark brothers of Boaz, were in town over night Monday and left on the Tuesday morning train. John II. went to Step toe, Washington, and Oscar E went to DeLeon, Texas, where they will spend the rest of the winter. The Election on Monday the 13th for Justice of the Peace and Constable was about the warm est little contest that has been "pulled off in Kenna. For Justice of the Teacc-. W. II. Cooper and W. B. Jones. For Constable: Al Hawkins, Raymo...

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. — 17 January 1913

, K . C. LIVE STOCK. Kansas City. -Mo., -T:m. 15 Cattle Receipts, 7,000 including 200 soul horns. Market steady. Native steers, $0(2,7.50; southern cows and heifers, $3.757.00; sfrickf l'a and feeders $5.50(7 73 tlills lltftMi caivesj .IO iO;: 25 ; western steers, $fij8; west em cows, ?3.756 50. IIOGS-Receipts 11,000. Mar ket steady to 5c higher Bulk of sales, S77.25; heavy. $7.20$ 7.30; packers, $7.107.25; light, $0.95(57.10; pigs, $G(6.25. , , SHEEP Receipts 9,000. Mar ket, steady to lOo lower. Mut- ions, ?-,ou'.:U, lamos, i.outti;; range tvethers and yearling, f3 6(8; range e'ves, $3.505.50. MM 5Ari'S tfoNEY. - Washington, J in 15 The condition of the tjnited States treasury at the beginning of business today was: , Working balance, '82,17G,75G. In banks and . Phillippines treaeury, $30,739,451. Total of general funds $135, 3GC.495. . Receipts yesterday, $1,829,171. Disbursements, $4,709,040. The deficit this fiscal year. $9,204,838, as against a deficit of $28,636,120 last year....

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 17 January 1913

A HIDDEN DANGER It Is a duty of the kldnevs to rid the blood of urlet acid, an Irritating t.' poison that IB con-1, stantly forming In 8 Ida. When the kid- bAVa fall, nrl Holrl causes rheumatic .J dizziness, gravel, urinary troubles, weak eyes, dropsy or heart disasa. Doan's Sidney Pills ftVp the kld !!. fight off uric acid brinelnz new strength to weak kidneys and re lief from backache and urinary Ills'. A Montana Cn Mfl. B. S. Andtvwa, HB1 Blrtith Aymioo. Omit Fulls, Mont., 8Ti! "Mr limbs, hands (nil fort Dwame wa Sttollrn I couldn't (land. I wn In amnr with the pain. 1 wassort1iicr4 In weight toijr jrarmenta Jtiat hnnf on m, and I bad alvon np In dxapalr. ixian'i Rldnojr Pllla cured ma compMniy. and oirnr hanalapagd wltliout theallghtagt return of lb a troable." Get Doan's at Any Stora, 60s a Bos DOAN'S Ktr?tllr FOJTEft-MILBURN CO.. Buffalo. Naw York I it Bait Coach Syrup. Tariaa Oood. I'm la Urns. Sold k DracrUte. i.raj.iiiH!ri.wwrp SHE KNEW. "Big men are the best lovers." "How ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 17 January 1913

PHI FOR THE WORK OF 1913 CITY BUILDING, RAILWAY BUILD. INQ AND FARM OPERATIONS IN WESTERN CANADA, BIGGEST EVER. Th machinery, the money and the men for carrying on the big works In Western Canada in 1913 are already provided for. The splendid harvest which was successfully garnered, and by this lime mostly marketed, re sponded to the big hopes that were had for It early In the season, and In- spired capitalists . and railroads to further Investment and building. From lake ports to mountain base ..there will be carried on the biggest operations in city building and rail way construction that has ever taken place in that country. The Canadian Pacific railway has everything In waiting to continue their great work of double tracking the system and bj the time the Panama Canal is open to traffic there will be a double line of teel from Lake Superior to the Pa cific coast The cost will exceed thirty million dollars. The Grand . Trunk Pacific plan of building a first class trunk line and t...

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. — 17 January 1913

NEW MEXICO METALS PRODUCTION IN 1912 SHOWN BY U. 3. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. Figures for Mine Output of Gold, 811 ver, Copper, Lead and Zino Show Increase Over 1911. Wlcn Nwpnper Union News Bervlc. Sanlu Fe. The mine production of gold in New Mexico, in 1912, accord ing to prcliminaiy estimates by Charles V. Henderson of the United Status Geological Survey at Washing ton, showed a uniall increase over tne output of $762,808 lu 1911; the output of silver an increase of about 150,000 ounces over the production of 1,354,540 ounces in 1911; lead an increase of about 1,700,000 pounds from the ylelii of nearly 3,000,000 pounds in 1911; and copper an increase from 4,057,040 pounds in 1911 to about 23,000,000 pounds in 1912. Tho output of zinc zuade little chance In 1912 from the output of 10,237,170 pounds In 1911. The increase in the value of copper alono adds over $ i.OOO.Ooo to the value of 'the output of New Mexico. The output of gold and silver from the cyanide plants at Mogollon, Socor ro ...

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. — 24 January 1913

) (' nniT KENNA RECORD. VOL. 6. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913. NO. 49. 71 L That Is Way it Appeared to Lu cille Until Right Party Came Along. By JANE OSBORNE. "Lucille" was a famous little Inter viewer. One might have thought she was too young, too pretty, too timid, too feminine perhaps too unassuming to make a first-class reporter, but that was what the editors of the Morn ing Planet considered her. Every one who read the Morning Planet knew her and the-Planet's cir culation was reckoned In six figures. They knew her name 'and they knew her-breezy, clever style of writing; and they also knew what she looked like from the little photograph that al ways appeared at the head of the daily articles from Lucllle's pen She was pretty and sprightly, but a certain rather weary look had come into that prettiness. since the picture was tak en, two years ago. The public knew her as Lucille her editors knew her as Miss De Voe .. Her frltAida knew her as but that 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. — 24 January 1913

THE HENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. A Pub, KENNA : : NEW MEXICO A naltlmore eugenlst demands In telligence In love. Impossible! Have a care for your health. Don't fool with a cold or monkey with a ore throat. New York haa a dog wearing ear rings. Probably the property of some of the 100 tippers. Our Idea of ultimate waste of money Is buying a $20 corset because tt gives an uncorseted effect A New York theatrical manager wants a "luarrled chorus." Most of them are many times. There Is grave danger that inex perienced young China will tall Into the hands of loan sharks. A man In Vienna collapsed when he learned that he had won $3,000 on a horse race At that, he was Justified. Statistics show that there are only 6,534 divorced women In the United States. Where can they all have gone? An Indian man got his first shave at the age of one hundred a close have to come . within the century mark. Having read "Years of Discretion," the son of the author proved that be hadn't reached them by ma...

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. — 24 January 1913

5 SERIAL STORY (oop'rigai, wu, A. u. uoUlvrg Ju.) v SYNOPSIS. . . Robert Cameron, cftpltallnt. consults Philip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re garding anonymous threatening letters he has received. The flrst promises a sample of the writer's power on a certain day. On that day the head la mysteriously cut from a portrait of Cameron while the lat ter Is In the room. Clyde has a theory 'hat the portrait was mutilated while the room was unoccupied and the head later removed by means of a string, unnoticed by Cameron. Kvelyn Orayfcon, 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 Eveiyn to secrecy. Clyde learns that a Chinese boy employed by Phllatus Murphy, an artist living . nearby, had borrowed a rifle from Cam erons' lodgekeepr. Clyde makes an ex cuse to call on Murphy and Is repulsed. He pretends to be investigating alleged l"f"ctlons of the same laws and speaks rr flndlnc 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. — 24 January 1913

an twm D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febimry Sth 1907 att'e Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, at end Class Mail Matter. . Subscription 5103 Pa rear In Ad vanes Adtertlselnir rntrs mftileknown niilicmiin LOCAL AND rER&MAL. T. E. Stack lfft Tuesday morning for Illinois to be gone several weeks. Mr. ami Airs. L. Biackwell left this week over-lar.il for their liom at Silveiton, Texas. Oliver Typewriter for sale. Good as new. Inquire at the Record Office. Bennie Good, sou of Mr. and Mrs B. F. Good, came In Tues. day from Texas. Sidney S. Squire, of Boaz. left this week for California to be gone probably a few mouthy. C. L, Osburn of Bryan, Tex., Avas in the city and community first part of the week prospect ing. He wants to buy a good farm. J. B. Liclity, special examin er in the Pension office was in town over night this week look ing after matters of special in terest to some individuals in the Kenna vicinity. John M. Minis and family left this week over-land...

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. — 24 January 1913

Everybody Reads THE JOURNAL SVHy? Becaus It Klrits Today, s News Today and Lots cf It, And because It Is Independent In poll tics and wears the collar of no political party 50-CFNTS A MONTH BY MAIL Albuquerque Morning Journal Freeh, Reliable, Pur Guaranteed to Pleats Every Gerdenet end Planter ehuuld tett the uperlor merit of Our Northern Grow a seedi. trcciai. crrm 10 CENTS vostpald oMf COLLECTION we v FA MO:- t pkf, A1) Pay TuwHO I rip rrlaa-n Raill-k In' 1 jr. H!Mlrw!m tVf'JT i t i ; m . j " I i .191 1 E.rlf 4rr.w-hM.il Cm.h.lrt t Jtkir. Kiillrrtoa MrLt liUa. . AUw 14 VwUliuio I'hiwftr Sm4i J WrH k.dfiyl Rh4 10 Km to lMlp PT pwUe iinil I packing n'i recriv tli ftbov. ' Vmoni Collation, to I cotli.r lth oir Nw M Instructive 0rd.n Child. I GREAT NOKTUKRN SKKD CO. I14C3 Kom BU Itorkford. Illlnole If a man writes the same kind of love letters after marriage as he did Lefore, it is an infallible 6igu that he married happily. v It's peculiar that we can't get advice from those from who...

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. — 24 January 1913

gmnniiiiuiTO women iiiiiiiiiinini I Now $ The Xlme J those oalna and aches resulting B 5 from weakneaa or derangement of the organs distinctly feminine sooner or later leave their mark. Beauty soon fadea away. Now is the time to restore health and retain beauty. DR. PIERCE'S Favorite Prescription c B a a mm a e S3 tZ That am-at, potent, strenath-glvlna' S5 K restorative will help you. Stsrt IWar. 5 C1IIIII Trar Draff iit will Supply Tei!IUl3 stimulate the torpid liver, strengthen the digestive ergons, regulate the bowels. A rem edy for sick headache. Lncqualed as an ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE. Elegantly sugar coated. Small dose. Price, 28c. DIDN'T NEED TO READ LINES Amateur Palmist Had Other Lines of Information Which Aided Her In Revelations. The fair amateur palmist looked at the left hand of the sweet girl long and earnestly. Breathlessly she wait ed for the palmist's next words. "Ah! I see by your hand that you are engaged to be married," said the palmist. "And," continued the reader...

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. — 24 January 1913

Weight, 250. Duhl Do you know what Phstasom specialized In at college? Keene Judging from his appear ance. It was gastronomy. Judge. "Up Against It" You are certainly "up against it" when your meals cause you distress, such as Bloat ing, Heartburn, Sourness, Headache, Nausea hut 5 will soon im prove your condition. It strengthens the entire di gestive system and safe guards you against attack of Colds.GrippeorMalaria.Try a bottle and be convinced. The Height of Absurdity. "Your scheme Is foolish." "Foolish?" "Yes, sir, absolutely foolish. As foolish as well, as foolish aa the libretto of a grand opera." 8wat Indirect. Mandy What foh yo ben goln' to de postofilce so reg'lar? Are yo' cor respond! wlf some other female?" Rastus "Nope; but since ah been a readln' In de papers 'bout dese 'con science funds ah kind of thought , ah might poBBlbly gtt a lettah from dat mlnistah what married us." Ufa. Man's Preference. - Miss Lillian Hill, lecturing on eu gencies In Cleveland, said: "It is a...

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. — 24 January 1913

ASKS NEWTAX SYSTEM ASSESS ALL PROPERTY AT ITS FAIR CASH VALUE. Govrrnor' McDonald Makes Important Ktcommencationa to New Mex , ico Legislature. TPsstern Nwpaper Union News Rarvlcs. Santa F6, N. M. Members of the Legislature listened with marked inter est to the message of Governor W. C. McUonuU, which embraced recom mendations for legislation to that body, which has formally entered upon a sixty-day session. A new system of taxation for the state, whereby all property will be as sessed nt lis "cash value," and a law to enforce such assessments alike against the large corporations and the small properly owners, are the most important recommendations in Gover nor McDonald's message. "Thus will it be possible," says the governor, "to increase the assessed valuation of property in the state from $73,000,000, the present figure, to $500, 000,000, and thereby reduce the state tax levy from thirteen mills to two mills." In closing his message, the governor says : "This is a progressive age...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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