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RECORD Vol.5. Kenna, Chaves County, New Mexico, Friday, May 19, 1911. Number 13 J. P. STONE, President O. T. LITTI-EFILLD, Viie President iWjJ i- W. B. SCOTT, Cashier The KennaBank&TrustCo. L H kill w4 mm 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. The Kenna Bank & Trust Co. 1 v U.IJJI ITS h. "i ludilif -amliit-g'iillli -Ji'ililife-:i."1UiiiF ai.'lini g aauiiag A..t:aj;.Bf you can bu.v nny- yCflflA (tiimr vim lwwl in the way of Groceries, Dry Goods, Farm Machinery, Posts, Wire, Nails, Lumber and all kinds of Hardware. If you buy your Building Material, Farm Machinery Etc. of the njK.enna J-?um6er C?o. you will greatly reduce the high cost of living, grow rich, get fat. and be a good fellow and enjoy life. Your girls will grow up to be music teachers, and most of your boys will be twins. Thousands have t ried our business meth ods and are satisfied customers. COME AND SEE US. "... BOY PHILOSOPHY. An incident oceural in a city j pclioolroom where boys and gills, from ten to thirteen years old, were practicing gymnastics "Which ought to jnmp better, the boys or the girls" I ques tioned. "The boys," was the prompt response. ''And why?'" I continued. ''Because boys aie always jumping. All their games are jumping games. Girls just sit in the house and read books." "Then tell mo something that gh'lscaudo better than boys." '"They can cook," was tho ready reply. "They can sew," came next. A third boy, with freckled face and merry eyes, added demurely "Two girls can stay mad at each other longer than two boys can." The situation was interesting. The cirls assented to the state ment, and the boys, upon further questioning, explained in boy fashion : "Well you can see how 'tis. Boys like to go with a lot, Jiid a trirl likes to go with one. When one girl gets mad at another girl, she goes off with her girl friends and talk it over, and they keep talking it over, and that makes it wor.se still, and they don't speak to the girl that they'er mad at, and the girl take sides and talk it over and keep it up; and sometimes they stay mad for weeks'."' Being in persuit of the boy's theory, I made no comment on choice of terms the word 'mad' was evidently understood hy all parties. "How is it that the boys make up so quickly?"' I pursued. "Wflll, you see, we sajfl Uiat boys like to play with a lot; and perhaps the boys that are mad with each other are on the same side in a basball game, and the captian says to 'em, 'You two fellows make up or get out'" Then they make up. Or, may be," the speaker continued earn estly, "the fellow you're mad at is on the base, a n d w h e n you're running to the base you ca'l to him to get out of I he way i. Thequestim was unanimou no contrary minds, "Oh, the oi who laughs when he is tensed and doesn't show tint be is mad'" Cungregationalist. and then you have spoken and made up. Even if you have been fighting you have to shake hands when the fight is over." "Is that the rule of the game?" I asked gravely. ''Yes," the boys assented. "Always," ' And do you learn, at the same time, not to show when you are vaxed?" "Well boys learn pretty soon. They have to. Suppose- you are walking down the street with some boys, and one of them says to you, 'Is that your grandfath er's collar you're wearing;" another one says, "llovr ma iy years have you worn that hat;" And another fays, 'Where are you going to put, the next batch of freckles? There isn't" room for them now.' If you just laugh they will stop but if you show that you're mad they keep on, and so you learn to laugh and not show when you are teased. ; The replies were suggestive, lo say the least. I warmly re cominand the girls to adopt the policy of the buys. Thinking of the various committees and clubs in which the power to work with a "lot" was demanded of wo men. How good it would bo if tin girl's training developed in her the power which the boy ac-' Y'st way to re TSsved Child From Death ''After our child had suffered from severe bronchial trouble for a year." wrote (J. T. Rich ardson, of Richardson's Mills, Ala., "we feared it bad con sumption. It had a bad cough all the, time. We tried many remedies without avail, and doc tor's medicine seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and are j (leased to say tbatone bottle effected a complete cure, and our child is again strong and heal! by." For troughs, colds, hoarseness, la grippe, asthma, croup and sore lungs, its the most infallible remedy that's made. Price oOe and 1 00. Trial bottle f r e e. Guaranteed by all Druggists. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for ny ease ot cuijirrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHUNKY 4 CO.. Toledo, O. We. the undenuzued. linve known F. J. Cheney for the last I't years, and believe him perfectly hon orable In nil buniness transactions and llnancltilly able lo carry out any ('h'atlons trade by his Drui. WALDING. KtWAN A MARV1W holeaalF Drumtlata. Toledo. O. Hull's Catarrh Cur-1 Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the bl'rfd nnd mucous surfaces oi the vstem. TcF,tlmonl:l:! sent tree. J'rlce .5 cents per bottle. Sol-1 by nil Dr'.lit.'IMs. Tuke Hall's I'amily tills fur constipation. KEEP YOUR GRIT. Hang on! Cling on! No matter what they say. Push on! Sing on! Things will come your way. Sitting down and whining never helps a bit ; quires! 1 on make up or get out," says the boy captian, briet ly. He recognizes that the suc cess of the game depends upon co-operation and good fellow &hip But it is in other games in which theplayets have not learn ed this vital lesson. Is not our failure sometimes traceable to this very lack; The question is worth discussing, 'The hoys have given me food for meditation, i was greatful to them. One question more I asked with my thought upon tho school curriculum. The question was addressed 10 the boys and girls: "If you lpd to select someone to live with, which would you choose, a person who was able to laugh when he was tease : and to keep, from showing when be was vexed, or 011a who never fails in arithmetic?" there is to keen tin vour gnf. Don't give) up hoping when the ship goes down ; Grab a spar or something ju.st refuse to d:own. Don't think you're dying just because you're hit. Smile in face of (larger and hang to your grit. Folks dies too easy !hey sort of fade away; Make a little error and give up in dismay. Kind of man that's tie dedistlie man of ready wit, . o laugh at pain and trouble and keep Ins grit Times. -J. E. Thayer in 'ov York j Nothing Hard About That. "A fortune teller told me I'd marry blondo girl Inside six months." "I ran easily be a blonde by tliat timo." New York Telegram. CIGARETTE PAPER Of the great army of cigarette smokers there is probably not more than one in a hundred who knows that rice paper, in which the tobacco is wrapped, has nothing to do with rice, but is made from the membranes of the breadfruit tree, or, more commonly, of lino new trim mings of llax and hemp. So light is this paper that oOU of the t iny sheets go to make an ounce. They are perfectly combustible and give off the minimum of smoke. Before- being rolled with tobacco they are analized to prove tiiat, they are free from ail deleterious ingredients and that they contain nothing but the purest paper liber. Only new miteii.il '1 ix and hemp trimmings is u.ed, and these are thoroughly puiilied. Chop ped by machinery into minute particles, .they are well mixed by a revolving f in, and than re duced to a dust, which is placed in a solution of lime and soda. After remaining in this solution for some lime, in o.-der that, all fueien substance mav be eli minated, it, undergoes a thor-' otigh washing process, the water ; being the piuest kino coining I from artesian wells sunk espec ially for the v.urpose. Then the I ,.. : 11. .1 4. Jlf.1 1 is I til u;i l tll II 1 1 o Kl JMU . b lbs! it is of a grayish tinge, the pure white of tne . finished pro duct being obtained by an elec tric process, which in 'bleaching it also cleans it f whatever im purit.es might have escaped the ! bath. The French manufacturers of cigarette paper practically sup ply the entire word, tho output of Austria and Itally being ns:gnifHM!it. Scientific Ami ' can.