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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 March 1913

a ua ax "w k- -j- -' DULIiliilL '5 LtS iLALlM .v- .... SPECIAL OFF EH: i 7 Lm4 U hnIM New BimlneM A tllftl Will V.J I J make you ovr prninnimat customer. V I ..... Tl . I & Uf" II im'. , iripi f rutin , inn n, n lw-f-. i io- tlfttltf prlitf'wrlitf ltlln i YRTIflirt III ttU ARANTKKD TO l'LKAKfc. Yd to-day; Mentkvt this Paper SEND 10 CENTS JwillWHWil II I, Mini M I "J . EXCURSIONS Account Panhandle Hardware and Implement Dealer-: Associa tion. Armrillo, Texa?, April ' and 8, 1913. " Tickets on pale April 6-7 Re turn limit April 9l,li. Round trip fare $6.90. Account Base Bull Chicago White Sox V. Game, Am-i rillo April 2nd 1913. " Ticket9 n n 6ale April 1st, Round Trip fare 6 90. I. L. Fuller, Agent, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. SEEDS Garden, Field and Flower Seed Vegetable Plants. Poultry and Bee-Keepers' Supplies. Ask for Catalogue and Price List. ROSWELL SEED CO., 115-117 S. Main - Roswell, N.M. ,Sed Adapted to th Southwest NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 03289 031753 Department of the Interior, ...

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 March 1913

. And Yet the Dane Hall Thrive. Young Man (approaching a girl) "Eer-er may I have this oneT Oh, you're too kind.' You don't mind if I hum, do you? Do you know, I'm Just dippy over this here dip. Tee-hee, Joke. Floor' swell tonight, ain't it? Oee, but I like to dance with you! Tell that to every girl? Not on your life! Seem as If I must hate met you aomewheres before. Wish I had, though. Well, I'll be; that's all. Short and sweet, hey Just -like you. Tee hee. See you later." n Banish "Dull Care" Most ol your downhearted ness and "blue feeling" can be traced to a lazy liver. Biliousness Is a sure de stroyer of health and happi ness. IIOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters will make the liver active, assist the digestion, help the bowels to become regular and make life a pleasure. Get a bottle today. Li BIGGEST RACE PROBLEM. "Bre'er Jones, does you think de devil Is a black man or a white man?" "I dunno; an' all I does know Is de biggest race problem is how ter keep ten yards ahead of him!" Deep ...

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. — 28 March 1913

BEGGED FOR I RIEDMANN CURE Hundreds of. Women and Children Swarmed About the Doctor's Cr in New York. New York, N. Y. Four hundred women and children hemmed in the motor car of Dr. Friedurlch F. Fried mann begging him to treat thenf'for tuberculosis. The crowd surrounded the German physician outside the hos pital for deformities, and Joint di seases, and a squad of police reserves had to be called to make a path for him to the hospital door. Physicians from all parts of the United States earlier In the day gath ered at Mount Sinai hospital to watch Doctor Friedmann administer his vaccine, but were refused admission. The only other medical men at the clinic were three representatives of the government, at whose request oth er physicians were excluded. 10 VERDICT IN THE BEERS CASE The Jury Could Not Agree and Were - Discharged After 44 Hours Deliberation. Topeka, Kan. After deliberating 44 hours the twelve men who heard t,lie svldence in the trial of the Rev. W. L. Beers for the murde...

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. — 28 March 1913

HEW LAWS APPROVED MEASURES 8IGNED BY GOVER NOR TURNED OVER TO SEC RETARY OF 8TATE. Governor McDonald Approves District Attorney Bill In Its New Form, Along With Many Others. -Wftitarn Newapaper Unlo New Service. Santa Fe, N. M. Governor McDon ald gave executive approval to many measures passed by the recent Legis lature, and as fast as he approved a measure, he sent It to the office of the secretary of state, where It was promptly stamped with the time of re ceipt and filed. Among the bills sent to the secretary's office was the new district attorney bill providing for those officials. Following are the bills filed with the secretary. Senate Bills Approved. No. 26 An act to authorize auditor and treasurer to . transfer certain funds for legislative purposes. No. 30, as Amended To prohibit mutilating public records and pre scribing penalties therefor. No. 130, as Amended To provide for the payment of interest on the bonded debt. No. 154 An act to empower Su preme Court to adopt seal....

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. — 4 April 1913

7) 1 THE KENNA RECORD. VOL. 7. KENNA, CIIAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913. NO. 7. ' MEMORY HELD HIM And His Reverie Took Him Back to a Far-Away Country Home. . By RICHARD P08T. . It was -a full bait hour after the cur tain rose when Travis saw her. Even then he was doubtful. In the mace of pretty girls who weaved through the Intricate and bewildering combina tions of dances and marches on the stage he could not be certain that the slight, girlish figure was Ceclla Ray mond. Now the chorus formed In a billowy line of white and surged for ward like a foam-crested wave to the footlights. The girl he watched was third from the end in the second line and the young man could not distin guish her features. "A very common-place chorus," MIbs Davis commented to her escort, as the curtain fell. "I thought that little brunette near the end In the second row was, well quite pretty," he ventured. Miss Lorene Davis glanced at him sharply. "It's all a matter of1 opinion of course," s...

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. — 4 April 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA ! : : NEW MEXICO This is the open Reason for Turkish rugs and hot tamales What Is wanted Is a cold storage egg that bears the date of Its sepul ture. Some of those new songs . would make a respectable family phonograph blush. Pythons have gone up. They now cost $5 a foot. Isn't that awful, Mabel? Tarts may have seen the last of the hobble skirt, but they are still popular lu America. The French aviator, who flew 281 miles In 185 minutes, had little time to rlew the scenery, The San Francisco dog, with a gold hinge on his back leg, wouldn't be safe a minute In Chicago.,,- Noah was more fortunate than present day circus men. He had no press agents on his salary list The Boda fountain industry Is traced as far back as 1552. Surely the soda thirst has not existed that long. Fashion may decree mannish skirts for women, but why masculine when they talk of embroidery effect? Strange as It may seem, while beef and lamb and butter aviated,...

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. — 4 April 1913

L STORY j The Sable Lorclia m m Vs) m BT Horace Hazeltine SYNOPSIS. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consults 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 the lat ter la In the room. While visiting Cam eron In his dressing room a Nell Gwynne mirror Is mysteriously shattered. Cameron becomes seriously ill as a result of the shock. The third letter appears mysteri ously on Cameron's sick bed. It makes direct threats against the life of Cameron. Clyde tells Cameron the envelopo was mpty. He tells Evelyn everything and plans to take Cameron on a yacht trip. The yacht picks up a fisherman found drifting helplessly In a boat. He gives the name of Johnson. Cameron dlsap- rears from yacht while Clyde's back Is urned. A fruitless search Is made for motor boat seen by the captain Just be fore Cameron disappeare...

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. — 4 April 1913

JEWELRY Dr. H. L. "Fiscus. Physician 4 ifurgcen, and Prep f . $u Pienna SDruqstere. Pure, fresh Srugs A "Chemicals. Ml hinds Patent Medieines & iftcek Rem edied, iftatlcnerq. Rubber "Seeds and Seilet iirtidcs.'SS .. . Vienna, - - - 5,1. Ba4a'M 4 D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. JeffSD. White Pres. Geo, 3. CittlefietJ Vice 2res. Strictly a home institution Your patronage solicited. PUBLISHED WEEKLY The best and most reliable . Entered Fcbuary 8th 1907 at the Kenna, 1 1J New Mcitico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. " - . X Subscription $1.00 Par Year In Advance 18 9. The Kenna Record jjpOOOOOO:iSSO Advertiselng rates made known on application Local and personal. .-Mrs. F. L. Smith left last Sat urday morning for Goldona, La. to be gone probably several months visiting her mother. - Mrs. W. P. Littlefield left for Roswell Monday after a two months stay on the ranch north of town..' Mrs. William Campbell of Inez, N. M. visited with Mrs. I. L; Fu...

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. — 4 April 1913

BUCKBCO S SHEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER u.a- -t - -aw a a a.r-.1 will make you onr perroauoiit customer. V 1 11 ilM tnmt i T.r-l,. T .plnmlhl ; CI... fl txsn v&rl,. tie. ; 10 vH'r-fln1lrH'f - TuiMtri lo all. ULAU.Ml: l TO PLk.AtK. Write to-day; Mention thlt Paper. SEND 10 CENTS Inrnnr mater an 1 fact In arid re4 thta Yalta.!. ociioetio or Her rim jtoMnaia, iuuier n-ur. my big l 111 .11 .boat Ui. Jt .rftliu o Sw1b, Plmu. lc 1 II III O .-I I. I4US BU.HflU SIHttT V Hi Ht BUSCB, KOCKrOAQ, lit. EXCURSIONS Account Panhandle Hardware and Implement Dealers Associa tion. Amril!o, Texap, April 1 and 8, 1913.- Tilrt.-s fin B.nln AtVril G7 Rfl- turn limit April Oth. Round trip fare ?6.90. Colonists Fares t o Pacific Coast. From Kenna to most of Color ado points '$30.00. 1 ' 1 J! or particulars but I. L. Fuller, Agent, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. SEEDS Garden, Field and Flower Seed Vegetable Plants. Poultry and Dee-rxeepers supplies. Ask for Catalogue and Price List. R0SWELL SEED CO., 115-117 S. Main...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 4 April 1913

SURVIVORS TELL OF FL00DTHRILL5 Lecturer Saw 28 Bodies Recov ered at Delaware, 0. MEANEST MAN A BOAT OWNER College Girls Relate Death Scenes and Heroic Rescue Work by the Students Storlea of Other Refugees. Chicago. Thrilling stories of the flooded districts in Ohio were told by Rev. E. O. O'Neal, who returned to this city from a lecture tour. He saw rescuers take 28 bodies from the river at Delaware, O. "All of the small towns along the river have been swept away," he said. "The greatest problem Is food. The victims are starving and freezing to doath. Those who are able to work are making every effort to rescuo and help others. There Is no communica tion between towns. "When at Delaware I saw college students make many thrilling rescues by swimming out Into the swift cur rent and swimming back with a flood victim. One young man swam out and and rescued 30 persons in one day. He was the bravest fellow I ever saw. Women and Children Afloat. "I saw a house with one woman and three chil...

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. — 4 April 1913

TWO DESSERTS THAT PLEASE Raspberry Charlotte One of the Most Oellcloue Baptist Cakes Worth Gitlng a Trial. ' r i , . . . n . . . . naspuerry unanoue uuuer a quart pudding dish, sprinkle In a layer of coarse bread crumbs (use the crumbs free from crust), put butter In little bits here and there, a "layer of canned raspberries and a sprinkling of sugar Continue In this way until dish Is filled, using about equal measures or ..-.v miu u uuiui, one laoieBpooiuui 01 butter and three-fourths cup sugar. Have the last layer crumbs. Cover and bake half an hour, then remove cover to brown top. Serve hot with cream. Cheap and delicious. Baptist Cakes Place tn a granite basin two cupfuls milk, one-fourth tea spoonful salt, one-half teaspoon sugar. one rounaing teaspoon butter; simmer only until butter Is melted, remove from fire and when of blood heat stir In half a yeast cake dissolved In one fourth cup luke warm water and suf ficient sifted flour to form a dough; cover and set In a warm place...

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. — 4 April 1913

TO FIX WATER RIGHTS CHAMPION GOTCH'S FAMOUS TOE HOLD READY FOR BASEBALL NEW- MEXICO IN BRIEF SUIT AGAINST EL PASO A ROCK ISLAND R. R. and 450 OTHERS. Many Leagues Finish Schedule Making for 1913. The U. 8. Government Demands Im pounding of 80,000 Acre Feet of Water a Year. WMtern Newspaper Union News Service. Santa F6, N. M. A case said to be without parallel as regards the num ber of defendants there are 450 named hag been filed in the United States District Court for hearing be fore Judge William H. Pope. The suit Is one brought for the United States by Attorney General James C. Mc Reynolds and United States District Attorney Stephen D. Davy of New Mexico .against the El Paso & Rock Island railway to adjudicate the rights of the government over Hondo water stream systems. This stream rises in Lincoln county and runs to Fort Stan ton, Joining Pecos river below Ros well, where Hondo reservoirl is sit uated. The suit is known as No. 23S, and Is brought at the instance of the of f...

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. — 11 April 1913

, I HE KENNA RECORD. VOL. 7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913. NO. 8. St J in GRAH DM A'S PARROT It Could Repeat the Lord's Pray- an Frnm - Roninninn tn Fnrf. f VI I Will WVKIIIIII V "H A . and Then Some. By BRYANT C. ROGERS. Mr- Fred Dorwent vbi twenty -four year old. He was referred to as young Derwent, In fltder not to mix him up with any old Derwent who might have reached the age of a hun dred. Youg Derwent was called an artist Thia was to distinguish him from the many house painters one saw at work every fine day. He was an orphan, adopted and reared by his grandmother in Connec ticut Shehad much to answer for. Toung Derwent developed a talent , for sketching with charcoal and chalk. At nine years old he could sketch a ronntar nn nAtumllv that hnnfl would .Tj gather around the picture and cluck. a year later ne arew sucn a natural face of Elder Comstock on a barn door that his proud grandma had to pay a fine Of $10 to keep him out of Jail. Toung Derwent ...

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. — 11 April 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. 8avage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA : ! NEW MEXICO The new nickels are no easier to get than -the old ones. Our Idea of the "perfect" gown Is one that can be wished on. Hasty marrlagos Ere proverbially likely to lead to long repentance. Many men tahe their work more seriously than others do their loafing. Llpton cannot lift tbe cup, but all true sports lift their hats to LIpton. Get busy. Did you ever notice what hard work It is to keep on doing noth-InT A California scientist says the sun Is a magnet It certainly does draw attention. A Japanese expert has arrived to study the New York police. Possibly tor points to avoid. Adding insult to injury Is where a man asks for a light and then blows the cigar smoke In your face. Now a scientist has risen up to say that cheese causes appendicitis. But some cheese can do worse than that. Insects have one advantage In that many of them mature thirty minutes after birth. Some men never mature. Disapproval of the design of the ...

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. — 11 April 1913

) 7 ER!ALv L STORY J 3 55 I 8YN(3PSIS. Robert Cameron, capitalist, consult! Philip Clyde, newspaper publisher, re garding anonymous threntenlnir letters he his 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. While vlsltlnu Cam eron In his dressing room a Nell Owynne mirror la mysterlouxly shattered. Cameron becomes seriously 111 as a n-sult of the shock. The third letter appears mysteri ously on Cameron's sick bed. It makes direct threats against the life of Cameron. Clyde tells Cameron the envelope was empty. He tells Evelyn everything and plans to take Cameron on a yacht trip. The yacht picks up a fisherman found drifting helplcnsly In a boat. He gives the name of Johnson. Cameron dlsap- fears from yacht while Clyde's back Is urned. A fruitless search Is made for a motor boat seen by the captain Just be fore Cameron disappeared. Johnson Is al lowed to...

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. — 11 April 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r i PUBLISHED WEEKLY j Filtered Febiiary 8th 1907 tl the Kenna, j New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. ... I Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Advertising rates mmle known on Application LOCAL AND PERSONAL. W. B. Scolt is now erecting a modern five room residence just one block south oE his former residence. FOUND. A pair of Men's leather gloves on main street. Owner come and identify the gloves and pay for this notice and get the good9. Ed Rickard and Dudley Jones returned a few days ago from the timbers out west with two wagon loads of fine cedar posts. News comes to this office that 8. S. Squire of P.oaz, has at last brought in one of the best wells in the entire community. The well is found on his claim 5 miles north of town after he has drilled a number of "dry wells"' on his place. We are always glad to hear of a good well, but especially delighted for one who has worked so diligently and faithfully in the 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. — 11 April 1913

SEEEDS Bb'CKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER U balM Hew Maalaeea. A trial WlU make vou our Dermaueot cnatomer. Prize Collection !. l'varieiieatt. a .aa. . - "- IV llrtlSj BWW"- 11 ttk flrxwti T -raj 1m t plndM i 0u, a haa varia VltMll ii.r V U rkLANb. WVtt to-day ; Mention thin Paper-. SEND 10 CENTS a owf pM 1 pfC iciT till Talafttl ikwwhtbi naiiwmi iirMoa riaai Wat, . auto alt UmI Um mHMlM C KiU, pltata. II V RitrMiM 1409 MCmi STRUT EXCURSIONS Colonists Fares t o Facific Coast. ; From Kenna to most of Color lido points $30,00. " Ninty day Tourists tickets to Health reports ia Texas and all Gulf points on sale any day. For full particulars see I. L. Fuller, Agent, KENNA, "NEW MEXICO. SEEDS Garden, Field and Flower Seed Vegetable Plants. Poultry and Bee-Keepers' Supplies. Ask for Catalogue and Price List. ROSWELL SEED CO., 115-117 S. Main - Roswell.N.M. .Seed Adapted toth Seuthweet.' IN THE JUSTICE COURT. PRECINCT NO. 11 STATE Or NEW MEXICO, COUNTY OF C1UYE8 N.TJ.Wyatt Plaintiff '...

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. — 11 April 1913

! FIRST MESSAGE WILSON WASTES FEW WORDS IN TELLINQ CONGRESS WHAT IT SHOULD DO. TARIFF REVISION HIS TOPIC President Say th Schedule Mutt Be Radically Changed to 8quara With Present Condition, but Work Re quire Careful Consideration. Washington, ' April 8. President Wilson' first message to the Sixty third congress, assembled in extraor dinary session, was read In the senate and house today. It was surprising ly short, being In full as follows: To the Senate and House of Repre sentatives: I have called the congress together In extraordinary session because a duty was laid upon the party now In power at the recent elections which It ought to perform promptly, in order that the burden carried by the people under existing law may be lightened a soon as possible and In order, also, that the business interests of the country may not be kept too long In suspense as to what the fiscal changes are to be to which they will be re quired to adjust themselves. It Is clear to the whole country tha...

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. — 11 April 1913

THE DEMOCRATIC WOMEN FEAST Annual Breakfast of Their Club I Brilliant Affair, But Partisan ship It Left Out. Washington, D. C The eplrlt of orthodox Democracy, aa exemplified by those ardent souls who breathed anathema upon devotees at other po litical shrines In Jeffersonlan days, would have received a sad shock had It been present at the much-heralded Women's Democratic club breakfatit here. To begin with, the line of political fealty was completely obliterated by the hostesses of the affair. It ts true that such Illustrious Democratic women as Mrs, Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. Champ Clark and Mrs. Thomas Riley Marshajl were the guests of honor, but on the other hand there was also present a large representation from the Republican and Progressive par ties. Among 'these were Mrs. Robert La Follette, Mrs. John Hays Ham mond and Mrs. Albert Cummins. ETHEL ROOSEVELT IS A BRIDE Daughter. of the Colonel Is Married to Dr. Richard Derby in Oyster Bay Church. Oyster Bay, N. Y. Miss Ethel Roosevel...

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. — 11 April 1913

APRIL 11ISARB0R DAY CITIZENS KNOW IMPORTANCE OF TREE CULTURE AND FORE8TRY Gov. McDonald Recommend That Day Be Obeerved Holiday by New Mexico Schools. Weatern Newspaper Union Newt Service. Santa Fe, N. M. Governor William C. McDonald's Arbor Day proclama tion Is as follows: ' "Whereas, the laws of this state provide that the governor shall des ignate a day to be set apart and known as Arbor Day, but that the ac tual planting of trees may be done at a time which may best suit local cli matic conditions, such time to be des ignated by the county school super intendents of the respective coun ties; "Now, therefore, I, William C. Mc Donald, governor of the state of New Mexico, by virtue of the authority In me vested, do hereby designate and proclaim, Friday, the 11th day of April, A. D. 1913, as Arbor Day. "I recommend that this day be ob served as a holiday In all the public schools of the state; that the county school superintendents give proper notice of the day that may be select ed ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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