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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 23 May 1913

THE KEN.NA - RECORD. VOL.7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. NO. 14. WINNING OF A MAN What Happened When a Real Man Entered Upon Winona's Horizon. By HARMONY WELLER. Winona sighed deeply. She felt that her reasons for Blghlng Were many and good. In the first place Winona flrmly be lieved that the numerous suitors for her hand were merely after her money. She had not stopped to realize that her eyes were gloriously blue and her hair a shining mass of copper, nor did she know that her character was lov able and her mentality above the aver age. All she reckoned on was the fact that her money was a snare for fortune hunters and she doubted her swains, one and all. Secondly, she sighed because she had had a splendid art education, yet wealth and social obligation had kept her from manifesting her talent. Wl nona had taken a course in interior decorating and In her heart she felt that she would reach supreme heights of happiness If she were allowed to dab paints on...

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. — 23 May 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA NEW MEXICO One way to avoid cholera seems to be to avoid war. The baseball fan b iles and the farm er smiles when it rains. It Is all right for charity to begin at home, but It should not end there. Motto for the office boys "If busi ness Interferes v.lth baseball, quit the business. An eastern scientist has discovered a substitute for tobacco. Possibly Its a nve cent cigar. London doctor says, "Lacking love. you ought to be drowned." In the sea of matrimony? We feel safe In making the positive announcement that the frost Is all out rf I. v. .111; giuuuu. Any woman will tell you that It Is an awful strain to have a husband who thinks he can cook. The Jury that anDralsed the value of a wife's love at 15 cents had In mind one particular wlfq. An eastern artist describes a man s neck as a "thing of beauty." What aDout the roughnecks?" We should not overlook thj fact that our dear fjlend, the Iceman, should be included among the cubis...

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. — 23 May 1913

FREDERIC S. ISMAM author or "mi: ernxLERONDro ILLUSTRATIONS DY COPYRIGHT not BY ThT BOBBJ -tfRRIU. (XX 8YN0PSIS. Comtesse Elliie, daughter of the govern or of the Mount, has chance encounter With a peasant boy. The "Mount," a email rock-bound Inland, stood In vast bay on the northwestern coast of France, and during the time of Louie XVI. was a gov ernment stronghold. Develop that the peasant boy was the son of Seigneur De aurac, nobleman. Young Dasaurac deter mines to secure an education and become gentleman; sees the governor's daugh ter depart for Paris. Lady Ellse returns after seven years' schooling, and enter tains many nobles. Her Ladyship dances with strange flnherman, and a call to arms Is made In an effort to capture a mysterious Le Seigneur Nolr. He escaues. I-ody Ellse Is caught In the "Grand" tide. The Black Seigneur rescues and takes her to his retreat CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) He regarded her silently; the beau tiful, impatient eyes; the slim, white fingers that tappe...

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. — 23 May 1913

The Kehna Record D. C. SAVAGE F.ditcr and Fub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Primary Silt 1907 it the Kenna, New Mexico, I'ost Office, as second Class Mail Matter. ... Subscription 21.00 Per Year In dyance Advert lsclne rati"3 made known on -ip-ll-Rtion LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Legal ?)!ani;H pi inted and for salt; by tlio Kenna TJpcouI. Quarterly (J.jr.iVieneo con vpiios iii Ko;nia on Sunday May 25th. IHnneron the rronnd. Mr. 1). l'i. Jones of Cress, Tex l)ivt!n-r of V. T5. Jones of thw place came S.itnnl.iy. Leave your citlcr on Tuosdays "witli O.-car lvol"n-o:i for'frth Ca!fi-h to come in on Frith v. JI5 Will VAlufit, this week deliv ered 210 head of one year old steers to Lo:i Jenkins which were shipped to Pampa, Texas for grass. Messrs. Fjnk Parker,-C, II. Prievvo and J. P.. llolm in linve each expressed their intention of digging an underground silo tli is summer for the fall provid ing that they make a ci op. FOR RENT. Good two room house -with good well of Yiter, locate;! near the sc...

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. — 23 May 1913

"GROCERIES'-' FANCY Arfo STAPLE All new and fresh goods. Everything that is good to eat will be found in our store. Our Prices Are Right. All kinds of country produce bought at the high est market prices. Livery and feed business In connection. Call and see us, " ' JONES & PIRTLE KENNA, California State Life Ins. Co. . SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA Capital Paid up $500,000. Policies that Fit the-People. RYDER & HASTETTER, STATE AGENTS. EXCURSIONS . Account of New Mexico SuniJ mer School. Silver City, N. M. May 20 to July 18, 1913. Tickets on sale May 23rd to June 1st. Return Limit July 25th. For full particulars as to reduced rates see the Agent. . Account Automobile Show and Race Meet, May 23-25. Tickets on sale 22, 23 and 24. Return limit May 2G. . Round trip fare $22.45. I. L. Fuller, Agent, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. SEEDS Garden, Field and Flower Seed. Vegetable Plants. Poultry ancT Bee-Keepers' Supplies. Ask for Catalogue and Price List. ROSWELL SEED CO., .115-117 S. Main - Roswell, ...

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. — 23 May 1913

A pessimist Is a man who thlnfcg that when he gets to heaven It will be ft waste of time for him to look around for his earthly neighbors. Mealtime is Near Are you smiling? Look ing forward with pleasure and a keen appetite or is your stomach so bad you "just don't care"? Then you should try Hosfefter's Stomach Eiders It assists digestion and makes you "forget" all about stomach ills. W. IM. U., WICHITA, NO. 21-1913. HUBBY WAS LEFT GUESSING And at This Date He Still Is Wonder ing Just Who Was the Unklssed Female. Mr. Brown Issued forth from Fair bank Terrace and wended his way toward the village inn. An Insurance agent named Dawson was holding forth. "Do you know Falrbank Terrace?" Several nodded assent, and Mr. Brown became more deeply Interested. "Well, believe me, gents, I've kissed every woman In that terrace except one." Mr. Brown's face assumed a purple hue, and hurriedly quaffing his ale he quitted the barroom. RuBhlng home, he burst In at the door. "Mary," he shouted, "do yo...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 23 May 1913

TWO FINE VEGETABLES MUCH MAY BE DONE WITH 8WEET POTATOES AND SQUASH. First Named, Baked In Butter and Sugar, Are Really Excellent Recipe for Squash Served In Creole Style. Sweet Potatoes Baked In Sugar and Butter. Steam tour medium-sized sweet potatoes until tender; or slice them raw, and cook In little boiling water for ten minutes. Drain from the water and place a layer In the bottom of a baking dish. Sprinkle with sugar and spread with butter. Add another layer of potatoes, mora sugar and buffer. Fill the dish up In this manner with sugar and butter on top. Then nearly cover the pota toes with the water In which they were boiled and place lh hot oven fdr three-quarters of an hour. Sweet Potato Pudding. Boll or bake six smooth potatoes, peel and press through a fine sieve; add the yolks of six eggs and beat well. Add one and a half cups of granulated sugar, beaten with one and a halt cups of butter and ono pint of milk. Beat all very light, then add the whites of the eggs beaten t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 23 May 1913

MOST SUPERSTITIOUS ? 5 'Jm fef' yC j Manager Frank Chance of Nearly every ball player on the verge of a great series is extremely nervous, Irritable and ready to take a poke at hla very best friends, but the champion of thorn all Is Frank Chance, former manager of the Cubs and, now leader of the New York American league team. As every ball tosser knows. Chance la a chronic grouch and one of the most superstitious men that ever appeared on the diamond. A photographer was lucky enough to IT- . -V. t jr' tk, X Harry Davis. pet" the Cubs' leader to smile when posing for a picture with. Captain Da vis of the Athletics before the world'B series started. It was the first time the peerless leader had . smiled In weeks. Shortly after the train bearing t! (players left Chicago for Philadelphia to start the series several men began to sing. It was O. K. until they came to the song "Casey Jones." Chance thinks that song Is the jinks, lie lm mediately jumped up from his seat and announced that t...

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. — 30 May 1913

( U cut s' .- 'i, I VOL. 7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1913. NO. 15. j E EENNA RECORD DUKE OFJICHMOND He Was Counterfeit and Tried to Marry a Rich American Girl. By JOHN PHILIP. OP.TH It was whispered that Brian Dins dale, the young lawyer, and Miss June Temple were engaged. It wasn't true. No young lady on the face of the earth ever waited over ten minutes to spread the glad tidings, and In this case they hadn't been spread, That Mr. Dlnsdale was calling on MIbs Temple, and with her mother as chaperon was escorting her to the theater and other places, was a plain fact, and that their attitude toward feaci other was all that could be hoped for, was whispered with other whis pers. ' Then came what they call down In Texas a "norther." The balmy wind suddenly shifts into the north, and those who have been swinging In ham mocks and eating ice cream hike Into the house and build a fire in three stoves. It was a "norther" thatMr. Dins dale got. He had been so "succe...

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. — 30 May 1913

' THE KENNA RECORD A CALIFORNIA PIER COLLAPSED NOT EVEN ONE RAY OF HOPE Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA : NEW MEXICO See a fly and kill 1,000,000. Pilgrimages to the summer cottages will soon be under way. . The S. R. O. skirt may not stay, but the C. O. D. variety we have with us always. If the ham In some restaurants Is cured, the eggs certainly are conva lescent. Nowadays It's Impossible to telt whether It's Ignorance or simplified spelling. Still, there are aviators who Insist that aeroplanes do not need to be made any safer. Many a daughter who can turkey trot all night In a ball room shies at a dish rag in the kitchen. Anyway, the man who Is in church on Sunday morning Is not endangering anybody by Joy riding. The Boston police have started on an anti-hatpin crusade. The women meditate a sharp resistance. Chicago girl dropped three stories nd Is unhurt. As a boy. If we told that many, we got badly mauled. Harvard law students plan to give legal advice free to the poor. Why...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 30 May 1913

AUTHOR.Of THE TROLLER'UMDr? WROX" HZ ILLUSTRATIONS KYftAYWAtfznS COPYRIGHT 109 BY TWf BOBBJ -Mf CO. 8YN0PSI3. Comtesse Kline, daughter of the govern or of the Mount, has chance encounter with a peohant boy. The "Mount," a small rock-bound island, stood in vast bay on the northwestern coast of France, nntl during the time of Louis XVI. was a gov ernment stronghold. Develops that the peasant boy was the son of Seigneur De saurac, nobleman. Young Desaurac deter mines to secure an education and become a irentleman; sees the governor's daugh ter depart for Paris. Lady Kline returns after seven years' schooling, and enter tains many nobles. Her Ladyship dances with strange fisherman, and a call -to arms Is made In an effort to capture a mysterious Le Seigneur Nolr. He escapes. Lady Ellse is caught in the "Grand" tide. The Black Seigneur rescues and takes her to his retreat. Ellse discovers that her savior was the boy with the fish. CHAPTER X. (Continued.) "'By this time the ship of the Bl...

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. — 30 May 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febuary Stli 1907 tt the Kenfia, New Mcxk-o, Post Office, as second Class Mai) Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Advertising rates nimle known on application LOCAL AND rni29CMAL. Legal Blanks printed and for halo by IlieKenni Keconl. J. F. Cnrroll U. S. Ccinmis Moncr at Elkins was in town lUoiK.ay on business. Harry Snoddy left a few days jigo for his home in Wichita Falls, Tex. Charley Northcutt and sister Mrs. Hawkins left overland this week for Rilverton, Tex. FOR RENT. Good two room honse with p;ood well of water, located near the school house .v Inquire of John A. Kimmons. Judge V. T. Cowgill former IT. S .Commissioner at this place 1 ctuined a few days since from Los Angeles, Cal. where he and family have been living since last October. IT. S. Tepner, wife and little sou of St. Paul, Minn, are visit ing with the Feeley Rros. south of town this week. Mrs. Tepner is their sister. Mioses Ola and ...

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. — 30 May 1913

GROCERIES FANCY AND STAPLE All new and fresh goo.ls. Everything that is good to eat will be found in our store. Our Prided .'Are Right. All kind of cduntry produce nought di the High est market pricey. Livery and feed business in connection . Call and see us, JONES & PIRTLE ReNnA, EXCURSIONS Account of New Mexico StiniJ tiler School, Silver City, N. M; Jttay 2tt to Jiily 13; 1013: , Tickets on sale May .23rd to June 1st. Return Limit July 25th. For full particulars as to reduced rates see the Agent. Account Convention Christian Church at Roswell 5 to 9 of June 'tickets bil sale June 3-4-5-G. Return limit June llth. Round trip faro $3.00. I. L. Fuller, Agent, KENNA, NEW MEXICO. Garden, Field and Flower Seed. Vegetable Plants. Poultry and Bee-Keepers' Supplies. Ask for Catalogue and Price List. R0SWELL SEED CO., 115-117 S. Main - Roswell.N.M. ,Sd Adapted to the Southwest.' Notice for Publication. ' non-coal V. H. osjeo Department of the Interior, II. S. Land Office at Fort Sutuner...

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. — 30 May 1913

Pimples Boils M dunr ela-nab heed the warning In time. When the blood la ImpoTeriehed the fatewar la even for tha fferma oj dJeaaaa to enter and eaaaa aieknaaa. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Ditcovery erartlwilea the poteone from the blood be ronstoe tha llrer Into rlrnrnus action pari frlne and enrtrhln the blood, aud thereof lii.troratlnff Uia whole er.tii. Skin and arrofaloua diMaaea readily dlaappaaraftar Woe IbW oid-Uine noed. Ha haan Bold by dntta for trrmr etO vi mntX alwaul MUafavctorUe Room for the Cat The doors of a certain new bouse bad shrunk horribly, as 1b the way of the modern door made of unsea soned wood and left to shrink In use. The builder would not send the Joiner to replace them. So the householder tried the Ironclad meth od and wrote: "Dear 8lr: The mice can run un der most of our doors, but our cat cannot follow them. Will you please end a man at once to make room un der the doors for the cat, and much oblige T" Next day the Joiner came. Man chester Guardian. M...

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. — 30 May 1913

GOOD TO REMEMBER HOUSEHOLD HINT8 THAT WILL BE FOUND OF VALUE. Easy and Effective Method of Polls Ing Floora Removing 8moks Marks From Celling To Marble Freshness. When Polishing Floors. Make a thick pad of felt or velvet and fasten It over an old worn-out. and hairless broom. This makes an excellent polisher and saves the trouble of kneeling on the floor To Remove Smoke Marks From Ceilings. Mix a thick paste of starch and water, and with, a clean flannel" spread It over the mark. Allow to get thoroughly dry, then brush off with a soft brush and the marks will have disappeared. ' When Cleaning Mirrors and Win dows. Sprinkle a few drops of metal polish upon a cloth and rub over the glass. Leave to dry, then polish with a clean cloth. This is the quickest and easiest way to clean them. Before Sweeping the Carpets. Take an old round tin, pierce holes In the bottom, and fill with common salt Sprinkle this over the carpet. It pre vents the dust from rising, brightens tho colors, and preve...

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. — 30 May 1913

MEMORIAL DAY MAY 30 i NEW MEXICO EXECUTIVE ISSUES PROCLAMATION. Asks All to Join In Honoring Memory of the Dead and In Paying Trib ute to Those Who Still 8urvlve. Wtrn Newspaper Union News Service. Santa F6. On May 17 Governor William C. McDonald issued the fol lowing Memorial day proclamation: ' From the dawn of hlstorv until to day men have rendered giateful, ad miring homage to the. memory of tnose who had risked or nobly laid down their lives for what thev be lieved to be the honor and safety of their fellow-men. Pericles once said: "The whole earth Is the sepulcher of illustrious man : and Edward Everett contln tied, "All time, he might have added. U the millennium of their glory." The day which has been set apart for honoring the memory of the dead and paying tribute to those who still .survive from the struggles where they risked all for their country, will soon be here. Now, therefore, I, William C. Mc Donald, governor of the State of New Mexico, do hereby designate and ap p...

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. — 6 June 1913

KENNA RECORD. VOL. 7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, ,) UNE 0, 1913. NO. 1G. T E PAYS TO BE GOOD One Was Pretty Bad, but the Other Was Good Enough ' for Both. By JOANNA SINGLE. Richards sat down and wrote the letter with a distinctly virtuous feel ing. He liked the Golden Rule. If his girl was off In the country and in process of what Richards graphically called "acting up" with a chap like Eaton, he would thank any friend for putting him wise. Richards was al ways more bef than elegant. Therefore In the stuffy little coun try postofflce he pushed his hat hack from his plump, perspiring counte nance and with his tongue slightly protruding to help him along, he pen ned the following letter shutting his ears to all June outside. He wrote thus: "Dear Fred: "You must have gone off your nut to stick there making a little more beastly cash on this first day of June! What's the use of making more money to get married on and meanwhile let ting the other fellow get tha girl? Ab I ...

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. — 6 June 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA NEW MEXICO i I Loafing as a steady Job seems to be inculcated by this brand of weather. It Is time to teach Towser that all really fashionable dogs wear muzzles. You will have to do your own swat ting. The regular fly cops have othor duties. Here's hoping the home team can let all the gooue eggs remain In cold storage. While swatting the fly 'tis well to remember to cover the sugar and but ter bowls. In' the National league they are passing the pennant hopes around for general Inspection. Monte Carlo Is reported to have cleared nearly 140,000,000 last year. So, what's the use? One complicated way of being un happy Is envying the man who has to worry about the Income tax. New Jersey has barred the sharp tipped hatpin. Thus It will be no Joke, even If the cops see the point. To the mind of the rough neck, there's no doubt that there is more than one simp In simplified spelling. Yes, he's in again. The pest ap peared in our office ye...

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. — 6 June 1913

TT Mods FREDERIC , author or "m smoiitRd'rwDm wKoocnc ILLUSTRATIONS BY ftAyiOAtTzKS COPYRIGHT 1908 BY THf BOBOJ-MfRRIU. CO. ' 8YN0P3IS. Comtesse Ellse, daughter of the govern or of the Mount, has clmnce encounter with a peasant boy. The "'Mount, " a Bmall rock-bound Island, stood In vast hny on the northwestern coast of France, and during the time of I.ouls X VI. was n kuv erninent stronghold. Develops that the pennant boy was the ami of Seigneur Pe paurao, nobleman. Yonnvr IVsininK' deter mines to secure an education and become a gentleman; sees the governor's daugh ter depart for Tarla. I.ndv Kline returns after seven years' arhoollng, and enter tains many nobles. Her Ladyship dames with strange fisherman, and a rail to arms Is made In an elTort to capture a mysterious 1 Hclgneur Nolr. He escapes, l ady Kllso Is ratight In the "Orand" tide. The Black Seigneur rescues nnd takes her to his retreat. Klise discovers that her savior was the boy with the fish. Sanche. the Seigneur's ser...

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. — 6 June 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WC1KLY Enterid Febuary 8tli 1907 t the Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. ... Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Adrertlgeln? rntes miule known on Application LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Legal Blanks printed and for sale by the Kemvi Record. Leave your order on Tuesdays with Oscar Rob'jrson for fresh Catfish to come in on Friday. JG Joo Good has purchased a farm, team and crop southwest of here near the river. Raymond Webt and family have moved into the Covvill residence adjoining the Record office. B. W. Newlin, V illiam Horn er and Lee Robertson of Boaz, were in town Monday on land business. M. O. Mills passed through town Monday with a bunch of horses which he had bought up at Boaz, bound for Iledley, Tex. where he expects to sell. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cowgill left Wednesday morning foi their Oklahoma home neai Mooreland, aflera few weeks visit with their daughter Mis. J. A. Kinimoiis. FOR RENT. . Good t...

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