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1 h0 Kenna Record
V i, COWOiLL, Editor and Pub'r MRS. CCWOII1 Local Editor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Fntcrcil Fel-niary 8tli, 1907, nt the Ken na, New Mexico, Post Office, as sccotiJ Class Mail Mutter. Subscription 1.00 Per Year, In Advance. fltii; ltnls Ma lo Known on Application The Rev. lrl R. Hicks Almanac for 1910. Ready November loth, 1909 a splendid year-book on astron omy ami meteorology, the only one containing the original "Kicks Weathor Forecasts." Dy mail, postpaid, 3 5c, on newstands, SJOc. One copy free with a year's subscription to Woitn and Works, the Rev. Irl R. Hicks Monthly Magizine, the best $1 monthly in America. Discounts on Almanacs in quantities. Agents wanted Remember, the genuine "Hicks Forecasts"' are nt published any whore else you get them only in his own publications WOIU) ANiMVOltiC PVllLISlIlNTi CO. 2201 Li emt S: . Ft. Louis. Mo. Easy Monsy. Grift You lock prosperous, old man. Grafton Yes, I suppose fou road about Nuvitr'i's ambition to oe a Ben liter? Griff Well, jos; I sco by the pa rcra that lio says he's th tho hands of his fiif'uds " Grafton That's it. I'm one of his frionds. Catliolia Standard and Times. Begining With SaturdQu, Jan. 29, 10, Kenna will have regular Weeklu Sales D'aus Under the management of W. H- Cooper Everythiug sold for everybooy Come in and list your stuff, and arrange to attend all these sales. Sell what you don't want and buy what you do want, and also have a aood social time with each Every Saturday, begining the 29th. Don't forget. Wo 11. Kenna, - The Clovis Supply Co. of Clovis, N. M. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Qroceries, General Merchandise and Country Produce. We ray HIGHEST MARKET CASH PRICE for CHICKENS, BUTTER and EGGS. Send us your Produce' Wepay express charges at this end of line. Boaz News Mr and Mrs. Horn, of Elkins wero in B az this weak on busi ness Lewis Ro'cnson is now with Walter Eaton turning sod. T A Howard of Roswell is in Boaz this week shaking hands with old friends. John Foster has sold his home stead to R. R. Reed. This makes Mr. Reed a full 320- M i s Kiphen came a few days ago from Findlay Ohio. Fred is happy this week and 13 living at home in every sense of the work W. T. and T. T. Thornton of Westville Texas, are hero look ing over the country with Mr. Crowson in search of a future home. The cofd wave checked the plowing this week for a few days. No coal in town, but plenty of grubs to be had for tl it digging. Mrs Bicdenkani; and brother John Yierliug, of Walker Mo., are here visiting with Will Rover and if they like the country, wiil probably take up land here. W. O TV-a Uy of Cedar Rapids, armed a few days ago and will move on their claim east of tow -: on Mr Btatty resigi ( d I n position with a railroad Co i. Iowa and expects to make Ibis his future home. DAY other. - I COOPER, - New Mexico. W Evans was in Tuesday fil ing contest on the Elijah Wob fold and brederick Vuimier Homestead Entries. ' Chrisman Powell was in from 8 mills north of Keiina. in Rousevelt Co., last Monday and tiled on 320 acres of land;? Akin P. Smith; of Bojaz, was in Kenna last Monday and filed two contest on the plainis of R A. Weycrand E. S. Veyer. M O. Mills was his wittjese. R. Rod was. here from Boaz last Monday tiling on th'&Fo.sl or claim, of which he had rmrchas ed the preference rightk This claim joins the ono Mr. Reed has has a contest on. , Mis. Ida Bredenkanip of Boaz, was in Kenna last Tuesday and filed on 1G0 acres of latvl- Mrs. Bicdei'kamp recent 1 arrived from Muthweet M'shhuiJ and will make homo. MerttcJo her Rerid the Kenna Moira utile (Jo's ad th's week. Tbey are making a Kpcial drive ontSuat this time. N-x! WW -k tfjey vi!l have .1 11.. w ie;;dor. Vaa1i their ad every issue during )b"eir big Sale. There wiil ho something loing every time ,. ' ' A- The flreatet Blunder, of My Life. $ In a, Chicago library iV' h ok in which five hundred rilreu, out of work, have written about the greatest blunder of thierllves It is a collection made by Dr. Earl Pratt. Here are some of tneni. Didn't save what I earned." Did not, as a boy, realize the value of an education-"' ' . . . i- "If I had taken better care of my money, I would be better in health and morals " "1 id not realize the imior- tance of sticking to one k ind oIj employment "The greatest blunder pf in lifo was when I took toy first drink." "One of greatest blunders of my life was not to perfect my se'f in one of he lines of business I started out to learn." ; "My greatest blunder wa: when I left school in the fifth grade." ' "The turning point iii iny life was when, at fifteen, I rati away fron home." "Spent niv money foolishly when I was earning goodWagcs "When I let myself l3 misled into tniuking that I need not stick to one thing." "Self-conceit", ftnd not. listen ing to my parents." Was'o fool away iiiy time when at school." ki4 oven ttA5 V. ' KXPCNIKNCC 5 V -4, A TnDt Mam jiV Dedion Cof vmcnT Ac. Anion aendlng pkcta mi4 5.ortntlAO mfj -1!(-iilf .''lnl ur oi iilh trm mUmhmr u I. vi-mlin l. proh.l y f.i:yv cMn. Cc.Kinninl'-. tniia.triuii,p,iiiiiiji-'i::il. lnifit-ijCOX I'a'ta' u.. it (ri. ll-li-t mwf U'V fi-cum f pteti'.v lv.ioma lacn t'.ir h Jtur.u Ok (Matr :pirllnotic4, witt.vuKianro, iiith Scientific Jlrcericati. A hwidtomelf HlntTt4-fi wklf. -Afirst ctr culatioti of any ienuDfl Journal, 'j emia, I'J jHiirt four mi'iiiiiM, ti Bo)4 bj&ll rcwadwuvra. r(lur,&Co.aeiB-'NG;vYcrk iiiaiicti uniM. M Y 8t, Wui)Uiiiw, it. c Why Net Send to You know He handles DELEC TABLES, as Cei.khy, Oysters, and a constantly in stock. DHONE FRICK J The number is twenty Z 1 N K THE JEWELER "When you want to buy a Watch or Clock ; when you want a Watch or Clock 10 paired; when you want a Wedding Ring, an Engage ment Ring an thing in the lino of Jewelry; when you need glasses, crwant your ey sight tested ro member Ziuk. tb Jewel ?r ami Optician :: Q. W, Z1NK, j I M M ! iN. il . Roswell, Advertised. List of letters remaining in in tne Post -lllcr; at Kenna, N M , over ISO days on Jan.' ill 1010. If nut called for on or bt.loie Manh 1st 1910 will be -sent to the dead let'er office, Washing ion, D. C. Mrs. Lou Oi.l H)ii. Mr. Shorty Havens. When calling for any of the ahoveplease say ADVERTISED Claude J. Makbut, Postmaster. W. T. Cowgill, ya a COMMISSIONER and NOTARY PUBLIC All business carefully ami promjitly attended to. Drop in and see me, Always glad tiJ meet friends, and it h a pleasure to give tu any informatioo j within my knowledge I Oflice at home, j Printing 0:liee Building, j Kenna, N- K. i Oeorge Dixson had what": might have been a very serious ' team runaway Monday night. He started home in the evening and got about, three miles from home when one of the bridle bits broke and the team started to run. Ono horse l'an faster than tho other, which -started ihtm on a circle and tbty made a complete turn and headed again for town, Gecrge remained in the wagon until thy got back here, and began chafing around tho tin cans and debris, when the gaino beVMiie .i little l-o lively for liv-inij'.j's uerv ainl lu; slid j.ia eitiliy i-ut cf th w."ig"ii. T)sj team contini...! in its mad flight unLii it t catteretl the wagon over one or two block b ai d n r.de a faiily con; plete disnieinbi-riueiit of tin Frick$- lane finishes Mien t Minis variety of tropical fruits ace A entire on! fit wagon box wheels and harness. Tuesday m'rning the owner gallured up tlx) piecies and sections and put them together again, .complete Very little danage was done only to George's nerves. Contest Notice Deportment of tho Interior. V. S.Innd Office nt Koswell. N. V. Jnn. 14. 1910. A siifllnlent contest affidavit liavlnu been tiled in this office by James T. Ten u-ile. Kenna. Xe"-' Mexico, contestant, aim Inst Homestead Kntry No. 10S10. mnde Dec. r. 11( 6. for V'H NB Unnd W',i Xl-H. Section is. Tow nshlp 4 S.. Rnnitc!9K by Newton P. Saacly contestee in which it is aliened under dole of January 4, Kilo, that said Newton F. Smrelyhas wholly abandoned said tract, bus not resided upon, invp-'otrd or militated said land or any part iherrcii for n ore tlmn sLx nionil s rest pric- In dm-of nnUliiit. und tlniL-snid iiiiciccd nt seni-e from Jhc said land was not due to his employment in the Army, "'-av.i or Mirlre Corps f the t'nited states, in lime of War: Suid tinrties lire hereby ns'itled to all-ear re spond nn'i oiTer evidence toui-hlnir suid alU; po tion at 10 o'clock n. ni. uu Varclittli. iuto. be' fore W. T. C ill, V. S. Commissioner, at his olilce in Keiinn. t ha vc Count y. New Mexico, (und that llnnl bi-nrlnif will be held nl 0 o'clock u. ui , on VhivIiH'. I'H'. bclorc the KenlHier and Receiver a l the United Mates Land office In Unswcll. New Meiicvi. The lid ciititestunt hnviuif. in a prorer afft d'Hil. Illi.il Jiiiiuuiy U. I'll', set forth faetn which show that utter dui' dil!lcnee 1 .cntounl scrxloeof ibis notkeean not be ninilc.lt Is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be ulven by due and proper publication. Jnn. 38 Keh, 18. T. .'. Tilujtsok. Uenlster. Notice For Publieatlcn. Depurlnienl. of thelnleilor. U. S. Land Office at Koswell, N. M., Jan. 2S. 11)10. Notice U hereby ulven that John M.Mimsof Kennn. New .Mexloo, who on Nov. S4. !907. made Homestead Kntry No. lS-.'Tti. Serial No. O1SI0H, for SH. 8 WW. Sections'. Township 4 South, nndN. KtNW H. Section 5. Township S South, all in Kiine SO E.. N. M. 1. Merdian. hns tiled notice of Intention to mnke tlnnl com mutation proof to establish claim to the land uhove described, before W. T. Cowgill, U, f, Comuii-s!oner in his oftico at Kenna, Chnvei founts'. New Mexico, on the 5th day of March, lfltc, Chilmnnt names ns witnesses. i llftivey W.Kry, John O. Keller, William P. Lit tlelield and Marion K, Loveludy all of Ken na. New Mexico. Jan. Ss-March I, T. C. Tlllotson, Register. ; e;j.i ' i ' 1 1 I . 1 1 I Haf vl i .1 I' ? Kenna Lodge No 35 I. O. O. F. Meets every Thursday night. Visiting members cordially in vited. P. L. Club. N. G. G. J. Fmck, Sec We will pay 3 1-2 cents cash for Mexican Beans, f. o. b your nearest rail road station. Write us what on have. CLOVIS SUPPLY CO. Wholesale and Retail , General Merchants, Clovis, N. M.