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THE KENN A RECOR 0 . t. Ini ii. I r , t ' i- -nt - JI1'J!L!! ' '''' ' " .nirirTrann in. mi. , . i . i m mn i mm mi h i i ji i ill mm Vol. 4. Kenna, Chaves County, New Mexico, Friday, January 21, 1910. Number 1 i.TTr r ' ' ? - .- - - - ' . , , I" i I ' -mmmmm 11 I IWl'W 1 1 1 ' BW J. P. STONE, Prtiidtnt G. T. LtTTLEFIELD, Vice-Presidftit W. B. SCOTT, -Cashier -The- KennaBank&TruGtCo. OF KENNA; N; M; The depositors In this Bank are secured by the laws of this Territory to the extent of $30,000.00. Our officers are bonded and we carry burglary insurance. Every safeguard of modern Banking pro tects you. Come in and see us. J The Kenna Bank & Trust Co. 4 !" f - DO YOU READ YOUR AD In this paper? If you have none, do you read the OTHER FALLO WS AD? Will "you read this one? It is a new old one, telling you where you can get neat job work done. We have new job type that is up-to-the-minute. Try us for LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS STATEMENTS CIRCULAR LETTERS ENVELOPES SALE BILLS CARDS Of all kinds. In fact anything you . want printed, you can get at the RECORD OFFICE. Out of Town Work Solicited. Record, 1 fc -m Mil I LIJ . "Seeds Adapted to the Southwest" Catalogue for 1910 now Ready. Roswcll Seed Co., Roswell, - - New Mexico, She She She Sh She She She I She IT she MAY NOT BE VERY BIG she She "" - "" """" She She may not have rod hnir But when She she saya she wants a new house, or a new she she porch, or anything in the 1) aid ware line, e you had better get busy and avoid trouble! ' " She And when she tells you that the best she PLACE to BUY all the material is at the s KENNA LUMBER CO., don't argue be- st caus'j she knows and we are ready to She . , , . J She help her prove it She She We handle everything in the line. She Shr Kenna Lumber Co. s,e j She She She he She She She D. C. Savage the co-opertive weather man of Boaz was a Kenna visitor Tuesday. Dan, in hia present capacity is an own cousin to "Old Probalititiee," and we must court his favors somewhat if we waut the host grade of weather. I Mrs. L. L. Cadenhead and children movw) to Acme Mon day, here Mr. Cadenhead has steady employment. Jim Hunter of Elida, made Kenna another of hi3 semi-occasional visits Monday. Local. Mr. Bynum and a Mr; Ever hart of Bynum, wero in town Wednesday. - Charley Barber, of Amarillo, was in Kenna Tuesday on his way to hia claim. T. W. Carinichael and family attended the M, W. A. Supper at Elida last night. Frank Akormau, lawyer, of Alburquerque, was in town for a few days on legal business. C. D. Carinichael and T. J. Pollard went to Roswell last Wednesday on business at the Land Office. Dr. J. Odd Hamilton left Sun day for Dexter on his regular trip to fill appointments for dental work. Robeit Little and E. Kersey, who reside about ten miles East were trading in Kpnna on last Thursday. Some of C II. Preiwees rel atives are here visiting. They arrived Tuesday evening of this week from Minnesota. John Mima returns to Good night, Texas, today after his family, who have been at that place for about two months. J. J, Garner has re-opened the Central Hotel, practically refurnished it, and is now pre pared to cater to the hungry and the werajV In the obituary published last week by Her, J. N. S. Webb the name of the deceased should have been Miss Susie B. Colvard instead of Mrs. as it appeared. The Railroad company has discharged the section crew at this place and installed Mexicans in their stead. This is not very satisfactoay to our citizens. Miss Bessie Dull arrived Wednseday from Wichita, Kan sas, to visit 1 er brother, D. M. Dull and family, at the W. P. Littlefiald ranch. Statehood is now a conceded fact. It'B coming at last, and the prolonged Statehood ''Talk fest" may soon be passed up to the Territoihl Archives for preservation as an historical antique. T. L. Reagan and Rev. J. N. S. Webb, of Boaz, were in Kenna Wednesday, transacting business and meeting Rev. Webb's friends. Mr. Reagan is one of the well to do farmers of the Boaz section. He came recently from Eldorado, Okla. Richard L. Ballard Pro bate Clerk. Richard L. Ballard has been appointed Probate Clerk, to fill the vancancv if F. P. Gale. He had been chu t deputy of Mr, Gale for a long time and is well acquainted with all the details of the office. Mr. Ballard stands very highly in the regards of the people and is considered not only the logical successor to the office but an e itiiely satisfactory selection. Wanted. To borrow $250 on 8 month's time, and have more than $1,000 collateral wilh which to secure payment. C' 11 at Record office for name and address. tf Z I N K THE JEWELER When you want to buy a Watch or Clock; when you want a Watch or Clock re paired; when you want a Wedding Ring, an Engage ment Ring anything in the line of Jewelry; when you need glasses, or want your eyesight tested re member Zink the Jeweler and Optician :: :: .: 0. W. ZINK, Roswell, - N. M. Amended 320 Acre Bill In Part. "That any entryman, under the homestead laws of the U. S- within the state and terri tories above named, who own and occupy the lands heretofore entered by them, may under the provisions of said Act of Febru ary nineteenth, nineteed hun dred and nine, and subfect to the provisions enter other lands contigeoua to their 6aid home stead which shall net, with the lands so already entered, owned, and occupied, exceep in the ag gregate three hundred and twenty acres; md residence upon the originial homestead entry shall be accepted as equivalent to resfdeuce upon the additional lands so entered; bat final proof shall not be ollowedof such ad ditional lands until five years after entering the same, and un til the entryman has fully com plied with the requirements of said Act of February nineteenth, nineteen hundrad and nine. "Section 2. That any home stead entryman who has enter ed land under section twenty two hundred and eighlynino of the homesteae laws of the U. States within the states and territories designated in said Act of February nineteenth, nine teen hundred and nine, and within the area designated un der said Act by the Secretary of the Interior, upon which final proof has not been offered, may make entry under said Act for the full amount of three hun dred and twenty acres of land; Provided, That in his applica tion therefor is made to appear by the affidavit of the applicant and two witnesses that there ia no land subject to entry adjoin ing his said former homestead; And provided further, That an applicant under this section shall relinquish to the Government of the United States the land em braced iii his said former entry: Proviced further, That nothing in this Act seall bo construed as to forbid an entryman under the provisions of this section from celling Ins bona fide im provements on his said former entry at a fair frice. ' That any person who has made homestead entry under any of the homestead laws of the United S'ate3, or who may hereafter make homestead entry under any of the homestead laws of the United States, and who, by reason of the bicknisss or doath of any member of his family or by reason of extreme loss of property or by reason of any other unforeseen accident which in the judgment of the Commissioner of the General Land Offico would warrant the same; may he entitled t,o make a second homestead entry. Fred P. Gale Dead. F. P. Gale, one of the oldest citizens of Roswell, who had been Probate Clerk of Chaves county ever since 1891 died, at at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Peck, at Roswell last Sunday morning. He was one of the most loved aud highly esteemed residents of this part of New Mexico, known tar and wide, and all that knew him were his friends. As an officer no complaint, so far as this writer knows, was ever made against him and their was none to make. He was efficient genial, and accomodating. The Roswell Register-Tribune ;ends his obituary which with a pretty verse that in itself speaks volumes, for only those who have lived a wholosoma life can die as this man died. "With a smile of good cheer, And a wave of the hand, He wended his way. To the unknown land."