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itEJlS FIiG?I TP. 6, It. 83.
Well, Mr. Editor, hero w
come again, shooting at every
thing in sight. StilUiving; and
having a good tirao, as tho King
of the Universe has ordained.
We should therefore bo led by
the direction of Ilia Omnipotent
Hand, speaking to our fellow
man in ways of kindness and
A. J. Shropshire returned
from Clovis Wednesday night,
where he had gone on a flying
Oscar Hunter is in Clovi?,
where he will possibly remain
for work the balance of the win
ter, notwithstanding the ''death
and burial" of that once pros
perous little city.
We are informed that D. K
Fitzhugh is building for himself
a town Northeast of Elida,
which he proposes to somo day
make the county seat of Roose
velt county. The name of the
town is Kermet. Success to you.
Miss Myrtle Creek has been
visiting her brother John, at
Judson, the past week, and has
no dobut had a very enjoyable
The young people spent a very
pleasant time at the home of J,
Luster and family New Year
J. B. King, owing to feeble
condition and failing health, is
compelled to keep in doors of
late, which we regret greatly.
We need him very much in our
locality to survey our lands.
Stephen Price, C. F. Price, A.
J. Shropshire and wife, and Mrs.
Williams went shopping last
Thomas Bledsoe has been sell
ing a lot of feed and grain
lately. We are very glad he hah
it to sell.
We are exceedingly pleased to
see so much interest manifested
in early breaking this season
That's the proper thing, keep
old Buck and Jude on the go
whenever the ground is not
frozen to hard, and you will
have the advantage of the
"warm weather" farmers who
wait until mid summer to nlow
and plant, and you will have
; nog and hominy to eat when the
other fellows have to go visiting.
' - ..1 T" r -r -i
lace, or. juason, ha. a
ery interesting school in this
strict. He commenced the
;erm on January 3rd. We wish
tA: :i and his pupils success.
Arthur Van Wickland, of Kan
t City, Mo., has been tht
guest of A: J. Shropshire and
family. He is looking for a
place for him and his mother to
locate. He comes highly recom
mended, and we commend him
to the good will of our people.
Remember the Church Organ
ization, by Rev. C- D. Suillman.
4th Svhday in January, being
ZJramst.i at 11 a. m.
We would be glad to seeeverv
farmer who is really interested
in farming use some space in
the Kenna Record, and learn by
questions and answers some of
the practical experiencw of each.
and especially of those who have
! Deen longest here.
WithTbest wishes, wo will
now nang up again, to com
latr, when another target pre
W II. H. Cloppjit and wife
of Olive, were the guest of the
West hotel Thursday niuht.
They came after a load of
Work Begins on Urton
It Begins on Our
cut prices right
We are Busy Marking
Prices to Near Cost, at Cost
and below Cost,
and we are going to astonish the natives. No mat
ter why; that's our business. But when it
conies to taking advantage of a
That is Your Business.
You have never bought goods in New Mexico at the
prices we are going to make you for the next 30
or 60 days. We want some of your money
and we are going to have it. Going to
draw it right out of your pocket
and we are not going to steal it,
either. We are going to give
you big value for it, and
make you glad.
Here are some of our p; ices, how do you like 'em?
We have prices to make you even better
than these on some lines.
Men's Hats, Sell at S3. 50-3.00
Men's Hats, Sell at S3.00-2 50
Men's Hats, Sail at S2.502.oo
We have cheaper Hats
Men's Pants, $5 OO-Si 25 Men's Pants, S3 502 75
Men's Pan I s. $3 00 $2 05
We have more pa its and cheaper Pants
Men's Fleeced Shirts. $2 00 SI C5
Men's Fleeced Shirts, SI 5081 25
Men's Fleeced Shirts, $1 00 75ct3 .
Cotton Shirts at any old Price
Calico, 6, 6J now Sets Gingham, 12i, 15 now lOcts Ging
hams, 10, 12 now Ginghams, 8 now octs Best grade
Hickory Shirting, 12 now lOcts Outing Flannel, 10 now 8c
Wool Flannel, 50c now 35ct Wool Flannel, 35 now 25cts
Good 9-4 sheeting, 30 now 25 Good C-4 Blankets, 50c Fleeced
Dress Good , 12$ now 8Jcts.
The above prices aro only samples. We are going
to cheapen ALL Coods. Come and see, and
Kenna Mercantile Co,,
Kenna, - - New Mexico
J. It. Hooper and daughter
Maud, of Ranger Lake, were
guests of the West hotel last
Wednesday night. Miss Maud
was on her way to Itoswoll.
C. S. Ilerringtoe, of Stuart,
Nebs., came in Sunday night
and left Monday for Ranger
Lake to visit the family of J. R.
T. E. Staack, of Rochelle, Ills.,
who has a claim near here, left
here Tuesday for Ainarillo,
Texas, where he will help place
some gasolene engines.
. L. ROBEKSON,
Agent ' the Earhandle Steam Laundry,
of Ainarillo, Texas,
Prior No, 1J
K R. THOMAS, M. D.
PTyslclan & Surgeon,
KSNrA. NEW MEXICO.
Cans Promptly Answered.
Meets every 2nd and 1th Sat
urday evenings in each month.
All members are expected to
como nut. And nil visiting
Sovereigns are cordially invited.
P. L, Clubb, con. com.
J. A. Kinnnons, clei
David L. Geyer.
All Kinds of Business Before U. S.
Land Office Promptly Attended to.
it if ! H' ; 4 jr
Filing- Papers, Applications to A
mend, Leaves of Absence, etc. etc.
Carefully and Accurately nude out.
For More Than Nine Years 'e
reiver IT. S. Land Office.
Oiiire: Wen 2nd Srcct.
j. Roswell, N. M.
The Second-Hand Man.
Opposite Court House, Ros
well, N. M , when you need any
kind of second hand goods.
Roth New ami Second-hand,
and the best prices on Standaid
You can find in the West.
Goods shipped to Kcnn.i as soon
as order is received. Write me
what 3 ou need and I will make
W. S. Morgan,
Roswell, New Mexico.
House near school house
EnquiieofJ. A. Kimrnons.
Deportment of tho Interior. United Suites
Lund oftlofi ut 1'ostvell, N. M, Dro. 0,
A sufficient contsct affidavit having been
filed in this oil'.oe by Edna L Pattillo, of
Boa, New Mexico, contestant, against
Homestead Entry nmrber 070s, made July
14, 3903, for southwest 1-4, section 23,
township 6 south, range 29 east, by F.learor
Jester, contestec, in which it is alleged un
der date of blank that said Eleanor Jester
has whoily abandoned said tract, has not
resided upon, improved or cultivated said
land or any part thereof for more than six
months next prior to date of affidavit, and
that said alleged absence from said land
was not due to lie r employment in the
Army. Navy or Marine Corps of the
United states, in time of War; said rallies
are hereby notified to appear, respond and
offrr evidence touching said allegation at
10 o'clock a. m. on January 3 1st, 1910,
before W. T. Con-gill, U, s- Commission
er, at his office in Kenna, Chaves county,
New Mexico, and that final hearing will be
held at 9 o'clock a. m. on February 10, 191!)
bcf.ire the Register and Receiver at the
United Stales Land office in Roswell, New
The said contestant having, in a proper
affidavit, filed December 6th, 1909, set
forth farts which show that after due dili
gence personal service of this notice cannot
be made, it is hereby ordered and directed
that such notice be given due and proper
publication. T. C. Tillotson,
Dec. 24-Jan. 21. Register.
If you contemplate building
in concrete, block or stone, droo
a card to A. J. Shropshire, Jud
son, New Mexico. I have ex
p rionce in all lines of this
work and can turn you out a
l satisfactory job, and I work un-jdt-r
u strict juai nut t-e.