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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 14 February 1913

Everybody Reads THE JOURNAL VVhy? Becaus It Prints Today,s News Today and . Lots of it. And because it Is Independent In poll tics and wears the collar of no political party SO CFNTS A MONTH BY MAIL Albuquerque Morning Journal .1 i?r Fresh. AelltOle n-rdnf r and f ;.1,!i.i;-.T Planter. sboutd tfst tliil ftunnrlfir merltsof Oilf S or thnrn Grown Seeds. special, orrca 10 CENTS 4 portrait! out" COLLECTION . i to 111 FO b 'J wew i FA MO 1 pkgwoODmf Tonal t pkf. TrlMMH Klih ft fVt, Arrow-bi iSlilmfj ft utkg. fNiHnrtott Market Ultvn 1IM it 1.UO IfrlU todnyl Fend 10 en- lo fcMti pay Hthand p'lln nJ rocciv tl lmv 'Vaiiiotw CoiUctltilt, W Mthor with our Nw rid ltistrurtiv Harden ttuid. GKKAT fcOUTUliltN SKK.O :. 1409 Koho St. Kockfortl, lUinoU .Notice fia Publication. " 01 13 IS ' Department. of the Interior. U.S. Land Office nt Roswell. N. M. ' Jan. 2-", 1913. Notice Is hereby given that Edward I'V Har-rinifton,-of Klkins, X. M who, on March 7, . 1908. made H. E. 1JJT3, Serial No. 01(215, f...

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. — 14 February 1913

Backache Is aWarning Thousands suffer' kidney ills unawares not knowing that the backacbe, head aches.afid dull, nerv ous, tdiizy, all tired condition are often ue to kidney weak ness alone. Anybody who suf fers constantly from backache should sus pect the kidneys. Soma irregularity of the secretions may give just the needed proof. Poan's Kidney Pills have been cur ing backache and sick kidneys for over fifty years. Furry fttturt TtUsm A North Dakota Cim Mrs. 0. J. Trier. Cando, N. D., aT: -My feet and Itrabfl wcreawolW'n and lcnuhlnt sleep on aeonum of kidney weakness. Mj bark was fame and tore and 1 felt miserable. an's Ktdner rNllnonred nieand wben 1 have had occasion to use them since, they bare never fatted Die." Cat Doaa'a at An? Stora. 50c a Bos DOAN'S SiVLV rOSTER-MILBURN CO Buffalo. Now York WIS' msrstotuurv SINGLE SIKAISHT&C16AR always reliable JAKEY'S FAULT VERY SERIOUS Father Rightly Felt He Could Never Be Captain of Industry Unlet He Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs took great p...

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. — 14 February 1913

BRINGS THE FRIEDMANN CURE WIFE OF HITT8BURS PHYSICIAN TO BE TREATED. Only Enough of the Culture for One Patient In Possession of Dr. Held. New York. Hurrying homeward from abroad with tuberculosis serum In his poBnesslon that he-says Is the first of the widely discussed Fried mann culture to be brought to this country. Dr. Austin II. Held a phy sician of Pittsburgh, arrived on the steamship Potsdam from Europe. , He took a train for his home at once, where his wife, a tuberculosis patient, awaits the arrival of what Doctor Held hopes will" be a cure for her. Dr. Held has enough bacilli for only one patient, he declared. That patient Is his wife. . v Doctor Held was met at quarantine by Dr. Milton H. Foster of the Ellis Island health service, and questioned In behalf of the United States gov ernment about the Frledmann cure. Doctor Held told Doctor-' Foster he had been convinced of the efficacy of the cure, and had obtained from Doctor Friedmann just enough serum to treat a patient s...

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. — 14 February 1913

MAKING J5ALARY BILL COUNTIES LISTED ACCORDING TO ASSESSED VALUATION. A VALENTINE. CUPID'S ESPECIAL DAYr IS THAT OF GOOD ST. VALENTINE. NEW MEXICO IN BRIEF V.v:.v "i-...:-.VJ' "-XV ( "V;,V f a- Most Important Measure Pefore New Mexico Legislature Assuming . Final Form. TVeMem Newnpappr I'nlon New. Servlc. Santa Fe, N. M. The joint commit tee of the finance committee of the Senate anil the House Is making good progress with tlio county salaries bill. The. amounts of the different salaries for county officers were practically agreed upon, with only three dissent , lng votes. Provision is to be made, however, that the classification of counties shall be upon the basis of the assessed valuation as finally deter ' mined by the courts. The bill as prepared by the sub-committee divides the counties of the state into five classes. The first class con sists of Bernalillo. Chaves, Colfax. Dona Ana and San Miguel counties, all of which have an assessed valua tion of over $4,000,000, and salarie...

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. — 21 February 1913

! i KENNA VOL. 7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913. NO. 1. RECORD THAT WORN PAPER Teacher of Music Tells Pupil of His Greatest Interests in Life. BY ELLA M. BANGS. (Copyright. 1913, by the McClura News- paper Syndicate.) As Rudolph Hartraan drew his bow through the concluding strains of the Dvorak Humoresque, he glanced up to meet the intent gaze of a young girl, animated, vivid as a tropical flower In her dark beauty. She was leaning for ward, with glowing cheeks, and red lips parted, and from that moment the young violinist was conscious of no one else In all the vast audience. Who she was he knew not, and she ' was lost to sight as the program ended. Eagerly he looked forward to the next concert, and yes she was there. Again h realized only that one presence and through the following days the thought of her was the deep undercurrent be neath whatever else might occupy him at the moment Suddenly one evening as he sat alorrfi in his little room, something...

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. — 21 February 1913

THE KENNA RECORD SENT TO PROTECT AMERICANS IN MEXICO ENGLAND MOURNS FOR SCOTT NATION'S LEADERS ATTEND LON DON MEMORIAL 8ERVICES. Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA : : : NEW MEXICO Mexico's revolution items to be a victim of the bookworm. Rime. Scmbrlch says that wiggle 1ntices arc terrible for young .folks. Also fat folks. A C'hkago girl almost wedded the rong twin. These hasty marriage should be discouraged. A Chlrngo waiter died leaving $1. OKi.OOO To paraphrase: "He gets bla too, who stands and waits." New "'oik man sent a live lobster throiv.n the mall by parcel post Must have done It In a pinch, though. Chicago chef found a $.")00 pearl In an oyster. Fays reports. Press dopa to advertise the Iioubo, quite likely. The English language Is employed by 1 50.000,000 people. Of that num ber, a few speak it. The rest mangle It. A vast amount of oleomargarine wae manufactured in this country last year. r.nd some ol it was eaten by mistake ' jt butter. I New York moving pictures are b...

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. — 21 February 1913

CAM!! BOOH1! liJ STREETS The City of Mexico is Still Torn by Shells of the Federal and Rebel Artillery. DIAZ STILL DEFIANT MADERO FORCES - FAIL TO TURE ARSENAL. CAP- After a Short Armistice, Following Week of Hard Fighting, the Battle Wat Resumed With Renewed Vigor by Both Sides. The City of Mexico. Hostilities were resumed with renewed fierceness In the Mexican capital-'after a truce which lasted only a few hours. The armistice, signed at 2 o'clock In the morning by representatives of both sides, agreeing to suspend oper ations for twenty-four hours, was broken before noon. Soon the sound of heavy cannonad ing and the whirr of machine guns an nounced the return of the federal troops to their posts in front of the arsenal. It appeared as if the words of Ma dero and Diaz might prove prophetic and that this time the battle would be to a finish. President Madero haB reiterated his refusal to comply wllh the' sugges tions of. the senators that he resign. He declared flat he was still ab...

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. — 21 February 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WFTKLY Entered Febuary 8th 1907 at ire Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, atiarond Class Mai! Matter. Subscription 1100 Pm fear in Advance AdTertlnelnir rates made known application LOCAL AND PERSnNAL. G?orge Malone is on tho sick list this week. Alvin White made a business trip to Elida Wednesday. Oscar Koberson and wife left for Roswell Sunday in search of employment. W. B. Scott has rented the Carmichael resedence for a few months until he can build. K. C. Kramer of Biisto, Neb. is here this week looking out a location. George T. Littlefield made a business trip to Fort Sumner this week. 0. E. Bledsoe of Rice's ranch Htopped over night here this week on his way to Amarillo. Mrs. W. I Littlefield and daughter came up from Roswell Tuesday to spend a few weeks con the ranch. John lii?iness week. A. Kimmons made a trip to Roswell litis We haven't heard a real good f rabbit; yarn for nearly two weeks ; what is the trouble? Come on ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 21 February 1913

Everybody R;a:l3 THE JOURNAL Why? Becaus It Prints Today.s News Today and Lots of it. And because It Is independent in poli tics and wears the collar of no political party SO CFNTS A MONTH BY MAIL Albuqi lie r quo Morning Journal 'm rrssli, fiollatiie, Pur Itt.i-sntood to Pleas T.'.vrfrflKflenoT find Viaa P'" HlMHl 111 ittt Ul in-prtor Tnei'.tsnf Our .ithirtirow.i Seeds. SCJRl. OFFER 3 . CENTS COLLECTION . . . .is 81' 1 pkg. 6fl Ttnj l ortipu 1 ptif. Pflnc.M Itu'.'.Mt 1 Kg. si.-i.ioT.nr i fi-ry 1 P.tt I, in-.,-!' .'fci i'i ft pkjr. fnllprton ;t ;.t lttti,et . Too TTrito trulsyl rnd 10 "t llp pwtaa,""! packluK il r?.- tlie -unoii. . .-ub.u. . to- ...... . . . . , . ...... .... CLLIi MM It9 llo.u SU '' Poclifnvd, Illinois - Notice for Pnlillondon. OH ! to - - ' ' tjepnrtmenr. of the Interior. V. h. Lnnd Offiee'ot Roswell, N. M. " .Inn. I-J1S. Notice la hereby i.'h-en Hint Edward V. liar rtnuton, or Klliins, N. M who, on Mnrch 7. 1908, made H. E. U373, Sedal No. OU245. f i SE!, Section...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 21 February 1913

Hit Doubt "fay, Billy," called the Junior clerk "liow do you spell citizen?" " C-i-t.' " "1 know about the front end of It, but la It 'z-u-n or gun?'" "Can you beat it?" Surely not, especially when it comes to a case of Poor Appetite, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Costiveness, Bilious ness, Colds or Malarial Disorders. It is then that HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS proves its merit. You really should try a bottle without delay. It will aid you won derfully. Refuse substitutes. Get Hostetter's. MOTTO FOR CHRISTIAN HOME Ideals, Which Consistently Lived Up to, Cannot Fait to Make for Hap piness in Life. This home Is dedicated to good will It grew out of love. The two heads of the household were called together by a power higher than they. To Its decree they are obedient. Every tone of the voice, every thought of their being, Is subdued to that service. They desire to be worthy of their high call lng as ministers of that grace. They know their peaco will go unbroken only for a little time. A...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 21 February 1913

FALL PLOWING ON DRY FARM Fourteen-lnch Gang Plow Should Average Five Acre Dally op 130 Acres In Month. (By W. R. POHTER. BupflrlntenoVnt North Dakota demonstration Farm.) Fall plowing should be done as early aa possible, as more -weed seeds are started In early plowing, the stub ble decays better and more nitrates are formed and other plant food Is liberated In larger quantities. Early fall plowing can be plowed deeper than late fall plowing without so much soil at once from below. Early barley stubble call be plowed to good advantage before the general wheat harvest. A'H-lnch gang plow travel lug 18 miles a day will plow five acres' la a week It would turn over 30 acres of land, ir there Is any de lay In threshIngor stacking the grain due to wet weather or high winds, the gang plow should bo Started, even If the shocks are on the fields. They can be set over on the plowed land with but little difficulty by the opera tor of the plow. From 75 to 125 hocks will have to be set over a d...

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. — 21 February 1913

f SERIAL STORYJ I $ 14 The Sable Lorcha 1 BT 1 Horace Hazeltine V. (Ouprrlftm UU1, A. a MoOlurs Oo.) 14 SYNOPSIS. Robert Cameron, capitalist consults Philip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re garding anonymous threatening letters he das received. The first promises 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 removed by means of a string;, unnoticed by Cameron. Evelyn Grayson, Cameron a niece, with whom Clyde is In love, finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to a tree, where It had been used as a target. Clyde pledges Evelyn to secrecy. I'lyde learns that a Chinese boy employed by Phllatus 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 Infraction...

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. — 28 February 1913

KENNA RECORD. VOL. 7. KENNA. CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1913. NO.2 VIIAT LOVE MEANS How Doris Lorimer Learned That One Person Had Become Very Dear. BY M. DIBBELL. Gilbert Farrandale bad reached the age of thirty-two without ever having had a serious affair of the heart He regarded with rather a patronizing and pitying manner those of his friends who considered a wife and home the best that life could give them. "I would rather be free to go and come as I choose, than to be bound with the matrimonial chain," be told his friend Frank Whiting, having over taken that young man on the street a few days before the date announced for his marriage to pretty Kitty 81o- cum. "I hope you will be happy, Frank, but nothing cuts like the fetters with which one has manacled himself He smiled with the complacency of as sured wisdom. "Oh, rubbish!" retorted his unappre clatlve friend. "Walt till you find the right one and all the chains in creation wouldn't keep you from marryin...

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. — 28 February 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA : ! NEW MEXICO England is la acute need of elastic, window glass. However, aa for bobble skirted wom en, bow can she expect tc "win in a walk?" A Peruvian aviator proposes to fly over the Alps. In a Peruvian bark, probably. "Bashl-bazoukesses" may fit the crime, but it's altogether too bard to pronounce. A Vienna astronomer says 218,000, 000 tons of cosmlo dust falls on the earth every day. A Pennsylvania man has contracted smallpox from a roll of bank notea. But who'a afraid? A professor of music says that there are 10,000,000 melodies. But of these, how many are original? Man needs a tew more soft spots In bis heart, says a western preacher, yind a few less in his bead. A Chicago thief was kicked sense less by a woman the other day. She must have been a ballet dancer. A New Jersey man claims to have Invented a seamless coat as the result of a dream. It sounds like one. A St Louis newspaperman bought twelve engagement rings In on...

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. — 28 February 1913

4. SERIAL STORY hi i i M The Sable Lorcha CO BT Horace Hazeltine (UoprrislU, A. O. MoClui Ui.) u 8YN0PSI8. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consult Philip 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 Is mysteriously cut from a portrait of Cameron while tho lat ter la In the room. Clyde has a theory that the nnrtralt was mutilated while the room was unoccupied and the head later removed by means of a string, unnoticed by Cameron. Evelyn Grayson, Cameron a niece, with whom Clyde Is In love, finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to a tree, wnere it naa Deen usea t rpt fivA ntavoa Rvoivn to secrecy, Clyde learns that a Chinese boy -employed by Phllatus Murphy, an artist living nearby, had borrowed a rifle from Cam eron'a lodeekeener Clyde makes an ex fllftjk tn enll nn Kfurnhv A nil Is reOUlsed. He nretenris tn he Investigating alleged Infractions of the gam...

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. — 28 February 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febuary 8th 1907 at lie Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, aiitrond Clasi Nfail Matter. ... Subscription 5100 Pw fear In Advance Advertising rates mndc known application LOCAL AND PL'n& WAL. Kaymond West aul family liavo moved from the West Hotel to the Flick building on the west side of town. Mr. A. G. Birtle of Mena, Ark. came in Wednesday to spend at least a few weeks here, on a real rest trip, to visit with hio Mena friends and to look over t!ie country in general. The probabilities are that he will lo cate here permantly. A good letter accompain;d by a one dollar bill for a years subsciiption to the Kocoid came .111 is week from an old time neighbor and friend, Banipy Kientzle. We are glad to have him on the list and to know that lie is doing well. lie is travel ing out of Chicago selling goods. A telegram from Vernon, Tex. was received' here this week 1 hat Mattie May, the little eleven months old daughte...

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. — 28 February 1913

Frsah, Rttlablts Pur Cuarantetd (o Pla (is f Krf rj Osrtln T nd Plintersbnuhlvpsilh v- ' ' it uiierlor niprtiaof Our t. - ,k .-l Northern Grown Hoila. 7 , , -JtJiJr PKCat. OFFER '. 1 FOF 10 CENTS L J we will d postpaid our FAMOL COLLECTION Iatf. niar Taaita . W(. rrlann Kadlmk a . I0l I akp RIMlrwt,,f Calarv to 1 kg. Vnrlf arraw4iaa4 CaMiaf ! 1 afct. rnllartoa Markat l.Haaa . lna AIM it TarUllaa VS.Ua I laaar Saada . . In Hull Wrtta trxHyl Fantt 10 eant to ltalp pay r-ottaaa ant parklnf and ramHa tlta fthma ' Varnoaa Collacttoii," to aaahar wllh our Naw a-id ln.trttrtia flantan Ouida. OltKAT NOlll'llbKN SKK1 CO. 1401 Itoso BU Kockford, Illinois Motive for Publication. . ' . ' ou;i5 Department of the Interior. U. S. Lund Office at Roswell, N. M. Jan. M, IUI3. Notice Is hereby (riven tliBt Edward F. Har rlnjrton. of Elkins, N.- M who, on March 7, IOCS, made H. E. 14373, Seriul No. 01215, for 81C!, Section 33, Township S RnnKe 28 F. N. M. P. Meridian, haa filed notice of intention to m...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 February 1913

eF FOLEY'S HONEYS TAT? J COMPPUND V STOPS COUGHS - CURES COLDS CmII N. Opiate, b Safe For Children Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief Permanent Cure CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never fail. Purely vegeta- Eru&rsf CARTERS tne liver. Stop after dinner dis tresscure indigestion. improve the complexion, brighten the eyes. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE, Genuine must bear Signature PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM i ClfniH maA b-aotifieej the tufa. PmaoUsi a luxuriant duwth Mrf Tmllu to BMtort Oragrl PrvranU hair falHnr. If some men were compelled to pay as they go they would never get started. When a man begins to think of get ting married he never figures on a church wedding. LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES one else smaller after using Allen's Foot Ease, the Antiseptic powder to be shaken In to the shoes. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy. Gives rest and comfort Refuse Substitutes. For FRF.B trial package, ad Ares Allen S. Olmsud. Ls Roy, N. Y. Adv. Its Style. "The child actress in that...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 February 1913

I mmm mil VOICED ALL THEIR THOUGHTS GREA I RAPIDITY THEY ARE EQUIPPED FOR FOR EIGN 8ERVICE AND READY FOR ANY ORDER8. THERE WILL BE 10,000 AT GALVESTON 8ent From Many Forts Men Ordered to Texas Scattered From Canada to Gulf Entrain In Half the Time Required In 1911 to Mobilize on hte Mexi can Border. Washington, D. C. Feb. 25. Mili tary orders flew thick and fast today in redemption of President Taffa promise to have an army of 10,000 men assembled at Galveston, the most convenient port to Mexico, all equip ped for foreign Service and ready to execute any order that his successor might choose to issue upon the basis of the conditions that will exist after March 4. These orders on the whole were supplementary to those which began to flow from the war department to ward the end of last week and were calculated to insure the assemblage of the second division of the reorganized army at or in the neighborhood of Galveston. The completion of the or ders to move the entire second divis ion ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 February 1913

r GOV. MARSHALL SPEAKS FAVORS CLEAN CURRENCY BE FORE 8TATE LEGISLATORS. Wanti It Secured So Fairly That Financiers' Children May Cut Teeth on Fathers' Earnings. Western Newspnper t'nlon News Service. Santa Fe, N. M. Thomas R. Mar shall, vice president-elect, and Mrs. Marshall were the guests of Governor and Mrs. W. C. McDonald here. The vice president-elect addressed the State Legislature and was taken for .a. trip about the city. His speech was non-partisan and he dealt only with political affairs in general. He asserted that he was not op posed to wealth nor the wealthy meit. but that this government was not founded for men to make money, but for justice and equality among men. He said he did not mind If men made money providing every dollar of It was so clean that their Infant offspring could cut their teeth on it. Albuquerque Gets State Fair. Santa F6, N. M. The House, by a vote of 35 to 7, passed the act estab lishing the state fair at Albuquerque, and by a vote of 2G to 17 pas...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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