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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 6 June 1913

s : ' " 1 , , f GROCERIES FANCY AND STAPLE All new and fresh gooJs. Everything that is good to eat will he found in our store. Our Prices Are Right. All kinds of j66untry pfodiJc6 bought at the high est market prices. Livery and feed business see us, JONES & i KENNA, !-- mnrnfrTToTirirrnriniirnra gruiWrri.- EXCURSIONS Summer Tourist Tickets on sale June JLst to Sept 30, 1013. to almost" all points in United States, Canada or Mexico. Full particulars given at (rltation. Ninty day Tourists tickets to Health resorts in Texas and all Gulf points on sale any day. For full particulars see I. L. Fuller; Agent, KENNA, , NEW MEXICO. Notice fo .Publication. non-coal Pi S: of3fii) bepKFtinbht ot tlib ihterlpr, U. S. Land bfB6e.it Fort Sumner, N. M. Mnrch W, 1013. Notloe Is hereby (riven that Robert Holl initsworth, of Klldh, N. M. Route 3. who on April to, 1908. mode homestead entry -No. 05860. for SE. See. 34. Twp. 5 S.. Ranife 31 E. N. M. P. Meridian, has tiled notice of Inten tion to ma...

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. — 6 June 1913

A- CIVIL WAR VETERANS TO MEET i'- ON GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD Huge Reunion of Blue and Gray to Be Held July 1 On Fiftieth Anniversary of Conflict 40,000 Are Expected to Be Entertained by the State of Pennsylvania. T- N Earrtsburg, Pa. On July 1 the vet erans of the Civil War, both Blue and Gray, will meet again on the battle field at Gettysburg, Pa., after fifty years, but this time It will be In amity nd affection. The state of Pensylvanla on May 13, 1909, created a commission to con sider and arrange for a proper and fitting recognition and observance, at Gettysburg, of the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg; to invite the co-operation of the congress of the United States, and of other states and commonwealth' defined the com mission's duties and prerogatives ami made an appropriation for prelimin ary expenses. Text of Invitation to Veterans. The Invitation Is as follows: "Penn sylvania, by Its commission formally invites the congress of the United States and her Siste...

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. — 6 June 1913

SENATE HITS AT GAMBLERS The Proposed Legislation Would Be Hard Blow to the Brokers In Sugar, Grain and Cotton. Washington, D. C legislation to prevent stock gambling in the neces sities of life Is to be incorporated in the Tariff bill. It was revealed that a substantial majority of the senate is pledged to an amendment to the Underwood bill that will place a prohibitive tax on all gambling in futures on the products of the soil. The pledges are to enact Into a la'w a reform that bas been agitated unsuccessfully for many years. Legislation making stock specula tion In the necessaries of life a crime and punishable as such has been at tempted, particularly in the various states. ' Experience has shown that this has not checked what the Wilson, administration regards as a danger ous evil. Accordingly, It ' Is now planned to provide for a tax that would be so heavy -that gambling in food products cannot be conducted at a profit BALKANS AND TURKS AT PEACE Treaty Signed In London by All 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. — 6 June 1913

YOUNG PITCHERS CROWD VETERANS HARD CAREER WAS SPEEDY RANGE III FINE SHAPEI NEW MEXICO Roscoe Miller's Short Stay in DECLARE THE STOCKMEN LIVING. Major League Company. NEAR CARL8BAD. IN BRIEF J" v' ; t" 1 v , -S J Hub Purdue of Extremes In age baseball age have been prominent in the big league pitching this seaBon, prominent by ef fective work. Such pitchers as MathewHon and Plank are arguments In favor of reversing the fixed custom and building up with age. Each has begun the 1913 year with a display of form up to anything displayed in more youthful times, as If the further away from youth they get the more youth ful they become. We find a considerable number of veterans going along with no appar ent diminution In skill and effective ness, among them Mathewson, Plank, Ames, Hughes, Rucker, Walsh, White, Falkenberg, Sallee, Richie and Cam nitz. If any of these men have gone back nothing that has happened this year is a symptom to that effect; and If any or all of these men have passe...

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. — 13 June 1913

j? . ()'3 a-U cu) o THE KENNA ECORD. VOL.7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JUNE, 13 1913. NO. 17. 5 i -. 1 HIS PRIZE ROSES To Him Their Loss Filled Whoie World With Fra grant Blossoms. the By CLARI8SA MACKIE. Mrs. Madison looked -forlornly at her sister as Barbara entered the room. "What Is the matter, Alice?" asked Barbara quickly. "Barker hasn't sent the roses for the table tonight." "Well, It Is only 6 o'clock perhaps y If you call him on the telephone " "My dear," Mrs. Madison spoke rath er petulantly, "I've called and called and the only reply I can get In 'They do not answer.' " "There Is only one thing to do. then," said Barbara with her custo mary decision: "I will go up and . dress and if ' the roses are not here V by that time I will go after them my self." "You will get so mussy," sighed Mrs. Madison. "But it seems the only way. I will have Clark get the run about around. I would send him, only he is eo stupid doesn't know the country around here." "He has been...

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. — 13 June 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. 8avagef Ed. A Pub. KENNA NEW MEXICO ' Just what Soestho prove T "slash" skirt Baseball la a good same, provide1! your team wlua occasionally. Also our notion of a useless occu pation Is that of raising artichokes. Id the barbers' strike riots In New York revolvers were employed. Nextl If all Jokes were Judged by points, a tig bunch of them would score minus tero. Another much needed Invention is a golf ball that will whistle whenever It Is lost The silk hat has survived a century. But the ' green one a few months should suffice. When the Balkan states feel like borrowing $1,000,000,000, wbat does Turkey feel like? The dollars are flowing in for tur tle serum, but where are the absolute proofs of worth? It Is our notion, -however, that the world needs simplified talking more than simplified spelling. Los Angeles has two lady "coppers" and It Is said to be quite a sensation to be pinched by one of them. After all, why correct the proof even If the compositor do...

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. — 13 June 1913

n bv FREDERIC S. ISM&M AUTHOR OF "THE TR0LLERONDff? WROdCHC. ILLUSTRATIONS BY TAY t0l7 COFWJGKT 1308 DY THT DOQB3 -MFRRIU. CO. 8YNOP3IS.v . Comtesse Ellse, daughter of the govern or of the Mount, has chance encounter with a peasant boy. The "Mount," a small roek-houni island, stood In vast bay on the northwestern coast of France, and. during the time of Liouls XVI. was a gov ernment stronghold. Develops that the peasant boy was the son of Seigneur Ie , saurac, nobleman. Young Desaurac deter mines to secure an education and become a 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 fisherman, and a call to arms Is made In an effort to capture a mysterious Le Seigneur Nolr. He escapes. Ladv Ellse Is caught In the "Grand" tide. The Black Seigneur rescues and takes her to his retreat. Ellse discovers that ner savior was the boy with the fish. Sanchez, the Seigneur'...

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. — 13 June 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Febtiary 8tli 1907 jt the Kenna, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. i. Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Adverilselne rat's made known on application LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Logal Blanks printed and for sale by the Kenna Record. Miss Beatrice Cooper left Sun day for Roswell where she will attend the Normal. W. W. Wood rettirne.l last week from an extended visit in Texas. Mrs. Dr. fl. L. Fisciis was in EI ida Wed nesda y between trains. J. O. Blackford of Elida was in town Wednesday transacting business. Rev. J. I. Seder bf Albuquer ne, Slate Superintendent of the Anfi Saloon League, stopped over Wednesday night on his way to Roswell. Tins section of the country has been visited by fine rains for the past week. Everybody is wearing a long fmjle, for they almost insure a fine crop. FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER ' EXAMIN ATION. Saturday July 12, 1913. The. United Stales Civil Serv ice Commission annou...

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. — 13 June 1913

GROCERIES FANCY AND STAPLE All new and fresh goods. Everything that is good to eat will he found in our store. Our Prices Are Right. All kind.) of country produce bought at the high est market pi'icea. Livery and feed business in connection . Call arid see us, JONES & PIRTLE 4 i KENNA, EXCURSIONS - Account Littlefield Grand Round Up Yellowhouse Ranch Lubbock, Tex., July 4, 1913. Tickets on pale July 1 2-3 1913 Return Limit July 8th 1913. lioUnd trip fare $10 23. Account Vater,Carnival Here fordrTex. July 14 to 19. Tickets on sale July 13-U-15. Return Limit July 21, 1913. Round trip fare $5.83. For full particulars see the agent. M J. Johnson. KENNA, NEW MEXIC07 Nolle, for tiilillcatla. noh-cool F. s. (0300 Department of tlx Interior, U. S. Land Office at Fort Sumner, N. M. Mnrch R. 1DI3. Notice is hetebr given that Hobert Holl lnssworth, of Kllda, N. M. Itoiite 3, ho on April 20, 1108. made home.itend antry No. PM0, for SE. Sec. 34. Twp. & S ttnnije 31 K. Mr. M. P. Merlrilnn...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 13 June 1913

ir w 'J' 11 111 lif tl: of t'l t) ae THOSE RHEUMATIC TWINGES Mtfch of the rheu matic pain that comet in damp, changing weather is the work of uric acid crystals. Needles couldn't cut, tear or hurt any worse when the af fected muscle joint Is used. If such attacks are marked with bead ache, backache, d is lines and disturb ances of the urine, it's time to help the weakened kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills quickly help sick kidneys. John H. Matthowa, 117 Kant lint Bt,, The imun, my nacs icnm no 1 coma hartllj sloop or Ktrmlgbtpn. The kldnpj awre- tlona became pnifnsn, oblglna- me to artaa many times a nlxht and the passages were very ralnful. My kidneys became so disordered that I bought I wasdune for. lkian's Kidney IMUb taow Tr. went rluhttothe seat of the trouble and for oyer three yeara my care haa been permanent." Cat Doan'i at Any Store, BOe Bos FOSTER-M1LBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. OF COURSE IT WAS THAT ONE Given Two Pennies for a Set Purpose Which Would a Boy Naturally' Prefer to Los...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 13 June 1913

STORAGE OF WATER IN SOIL On of Reasons for Greater Success of Dry Fallow aa Well aa Preven tion by Evaporation. from 300 to 600 tons of water are needed to produce a ton of dry mat ter, which makes the Importance of water storage In our soil evident Pastures are not only hard and non absorbent, but their crops rapidly use the water In the soil before it pene trates to any depth, and this Is One of the reasons for the greater success of the dry fallow as well as the preven tion of evaporation by the dust mulch. A quarter or half an inch of rain will greatly refresh a growing crop, but they have little if any effect on the fallow, as the sun rapidly draws out the moisture, for this agency Is constant during the sunshine hours, re turning the water that has run to the sea or fallen on land to the clouds, from whence it falls again on the plain and mountain. With a good fallow the depth to which moisture is stored is increased by every good rain, and at the North Platte station water ha...

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. — 13 June 1913

CONVICTS ASK PAROLE APPICATIONS MADE TO PENITEN TIARY COMMISSIONERS. Twenty-Two Inmates of Nw Mexico State Penitentiary With Chance to Be Good. A'eetern Nrwapaper Union Ncwi Service. Santa Fe, N. M. The following I rlsoners have applied for parole. Ac- iron on same will be taken at the June meeting of the board of penitentiary commissioners : Leopoldo Torres. Bernalillo conntv: Francisco Romero, Dona Ana county; Mateo Alarld. Sunt Fe countv: Ma nuel Martinez, Grant county; William Jones, Colfax countv: Juan Chaves Lincoln county; W. C. Holmes, Cha ves county: M. L. Linauist. Gunda lupe county: J. H. Sherwood. Gauda lupe county; Earl Womack. Guadalune county; W. P. Kocken, Chaves coun ty; Incarnacion Miranda, Chaves coun ty; Pedro Marques, Grant countv: Menzio Flrminl, McKlnley county; Vi cente Trujlllo, San Miguel countv: Angel Estrada, Giant county; Manuel .Garcia, San Miguel county; Gabriel Chaves, Guadalupe countv: Ladislo Juares, Grant county; Juan Martinez, Jaos county; Firso d...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 20 June 1913

RECORD. VOL. 7. KENNA, CHAVES COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, J UNE, 20 1913. NO. 18. THE KENN-A - V ClIANGEDjHER MIND She Had Called Him the Debu tante's First Discipline and Other Nanus. By IZOLA FORRESTER. "You've asked Captain Wallace here I Barbara, I think It's, simply imply fiendish of you." Barbara turned her head and bit the end of her penholder nervously to gain time. Up from the mass of pillows in the hammock had risen a towseled bead and shocked. Indignant face. "He'll only stay over the week-end, dear, and Duffy likes him. Of course I couldn't expect you wouldn't want ' me to explain things to Duffy, would you?" "1 don't care who you'explaln things to." retorted her sister haughtily, des perately. "You may tell everybody In the place, but I will not stay here and meet Jack Wallace for any considera tion." ' "You can't go to the city, and stay at a hotel, dear, and every one 's out of town, you know, anyhow. You needn't see him alone. I'll get Lilian to be nice to him." "Tha...

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. — 20 June 1913

THE KENNA RECORD Dan C. Savage, Ed. & Pub. KENNA A crying baby Is simply dereloplng 1U lungs. On some of the tight skirts one S. It. O. sign should be bung. Anyway, the grandmothers of the office boys have thus far not died id vain. There would be fewer failures could baseball enthusiasm be carried Into business. Germany Is trying to take the tang out of the tango by sending those who dance it to. prison. Joy riding is one of the things that ought to be done soberly which, man ifestly, Is Impossible. The housemaids having organized, the "copper" will tw exchange the back "porch for the parlor. It Is always interesting at this tlmn of the year to find out in bow many new places the old garden he Be leaks. The painted gown Is the latet fashion from Paris. It Is to be hoped It Is not Intended to match the face. At that, no one ever has attempted to describe a girl riding on the aft seat of a motorcycle as particularly charm ing. It begins to look as if the time had arrived when no ...

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. — 20 June 1913

AUTHOR Or" THE !TI01ElOTMDffiI7ff KOOTrJC ILLUSTRATIONS DY fAy tlM ,T COPYftlGKT o BY TMT flOBAS-MFHNU. XX 10 8YNOPSI3. Com tense Ellse, daughter of the govern or of the Mount, has chance encounter with a peasant boy. The "Mount," a small rock-bound Island, stood In vast bay on the northwestern coast of France, and 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 gentleman; sees the governor's daugh ter depart for Paris. Lady Ellse returns after seven years' schoellng, and enter tains many nobles. Her Ladyship dances with strange fisherman, and a call to arms Is made In an effort to captura a mysterious Le Seigneur Nolr. He escapes. Lady Ellse is caught In the "Grand" tin. The Black Seigneur rescues and takes her to his retreat. Ellse discovers that her savior was the boy with the fish. Sanchez, the Seigneur's servant. Is ar rested and ...

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. — 20 June 1913

The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Felmary 8th 1907 t the Kenna, New M exico, Post Office, as second Class Nfail Matter. . Subscription $1.00 Per Year In , Advance Advert isclnf rnt"s m:tle known on mipliontlnn LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Legal Blanks printed ami for sale by the Kenni Record. There is no man so poor as he who is rich in vain platitudes. The man who never gives up will some day have money out at interest. Cheerfulness is about the only contagious thing that we aren't afraid of. B,orn to Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Wilson on Wednesday evening of this week a girl. Mother and daughter doing nicely. Kenna Camp No. 49 W. O. W. will hold Unvailing Ceremonies Sunday June 22, at 3 o'clock ! m J. A. Kijumoi's, Clerk. If Christian Science succeeds in making ub believo there is no such a thing as pain, it will rob a lot of people of the pleasure they take in being miserable. Good rains continue to fall in he vicinity of Kenna and the ground is thoroughly soa...

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. — 20 June 1913

GROCERIES FANCY AND STAPLE All new and fresh goods. Everything that la good to eat will be found in our store. : Our Prices Are Right. All kind:) of country produce houccht at the high est market prices. Livery and feed business in connection . Call and see us, - JONES & PIRTL.E KENNA, EXCURSIONS Account Grand Round tip Littlefield Yellowhouse Ranch Lubbock, Tex., July 4, 1913. Tickets on nale July 1 2-3 1913 Return Limit July 8th 1913. Round trip fare $10 25. Account Water Carnival Here ford, Tex. July 14 to 19. Tickets on sale July 13-14-15 Return Limit July 2i, iDlil. Round trip faro $5.35. For full particulars see the agent. M J. Johnson. KENNA, NEW MEXICO. noiira lor i-unncai ion. non-conl F. S. oii.wo Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land rWhtu at. tts liiimriitK it it. MkM.k ii twice Is Hereby iflven that Hdbett Holl ihgaworlh. of Elldh. K. M. Rolite 3. who oh April SO, WIS. made homestead entry No. 05380. for SEW. Sec. 34. Twp. 5 S Range 31 E. N. M. P. MerliHnn. has .Hi...

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. — 20 June 1913

ALARM BOX LOCATES FIRE New Signal System Flashes Message to All Parts of the Building. A Are alarm box which indicates the floor on which the fire is located, and also in what part, designed particular ly for factory buildings in which a large number of women are employed, has been brought out by a Brooklyn inventor. BoxeB are placed on each floor. In case of Are, the alarm is sounded by pushing the button indicating the part of the floor where it has started. If the Are is at the east end, for in stance, the button marked "east" is puBhied. This sets off an alarm bell on all the boxes in the building and illuminates a number and letter to in dicate the Are's position. If, for ex ample, the Are is near the center of the third Aoor, "3C" will be illumi nated on every box. This tells every person in the building the location of the Are and enables them to determine the safest way to take to reach a place of safety. Popular Mechanics. A Rush Day. "Had a terrible rush day at the of fice...

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. — 20 June 1913

GARDEN FOR DRY FARM Land Should Be Plowed Deeply , in Strips Five JFeet Wide. Before Plsntlnj, Dead Furrows Should Be Given Extra Plowing and Some Leaf, Mold or Humui From Cattle or Sheep Corral. The correct principle in this domes tlo branch of dry farming is; To provide moisture for the rows of vege tables in the dry farm garden by drainage from the adjoining soil sur faces. We all know how easy It la even on the dry farm to raise flowers, plants, creepers, etc., in little beds Around tha hnnaa anrl nnrlor ilm rlrfn from the roof; this drainage from the roof provides precipitation from a larger area than the plant could other wise receive, hence it gets more than its' share more than its share would be in the field. This is the principle we apply to the garden; for a few feet of space more or less made little difference, and more space means more moisture, especially when we show how all the water which falls on this space can be drained directly to the roots of the plantB. The la...

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. — 20 June 1913

DP, SMITH 1lNfCASE BIG SALARY LIST OF MODERN PLAYERS CLYDE MILAN AND TY, COBB NEW MEXICO IN BRIEF GIVEN $0,912 VERDICT AGAINST ACYLUM DOAKD. It Wcs Shown That the New Mexko Physician VVa3 Discharged Eivore Term EnJcd. W.-.-l.'rn XVw-sp-il'cr l.Hlni NVw ;-VrvL-e. Kast I.us Vi;;:.s, N 15. .1 Uiie Da vid J. Leahy gdvc jtkiiuut hi tile sum of :i,!U2 In iavur of I in? pluiiitll'i In the case of Lr. II. ..I. S.uiili i fr.aiii,-.. the board of lim-ii-es of tlio New Mexico hospital fur Ut. in niiC Th- action v. as for tl;iiii;.fte:,. Ir. SmUii alleged mat trie tmsU'i s violated u contract with tjie former board when they dincliars:(!d liii:i us superintend ent Of the usih'.iil !::.:( S:M'1-mlier. in:l replaced Mm by In-. V. iliiam I'. Mills. lr. Smith asked for Si:,nim, the amount that would have been paid him In the three years the contrac nad still to e:;ist. Dr. Smith la a Ho publienn, while Dr. Mills mid the board that appointed him are Demo crats. It is understood that 'attorneys fo" t...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
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