Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1770-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of New Mexico
Newspaper Page Text
THE RECORD, KENNA, NEV MEXICO.
The Kenna Record D. C. SAVAGE Editor and Pub'r PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Fcbiiary Ith 1907 t the Kennm, New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. - - - Subscription $1.00 Per Year In Advance Ad vertlselng- rates imuleknowB on applleatloB The following was taken ftom Th Rosweli Register Tribune and will be of special interest to many of the first settlers of Boaz and vicinity as T. B. Robe son, better--known there as "Tom Baker," was one of the first to land there. Then in hit knee pants. No man is more delighted than the writer to see Tom Baker pushing himself forward and gaining respect and atten tion of the business world. Editor. Rosweli lias two young men w ho are foregoing to the front as successful moving picture authors, or scenario writers. They are J. D. Gillespie and T. B. Robeson. Both young men work for the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph com pany, and are in partnership in all the creations. They have already had six scenarios accept ed by the moving picture films companies, and each time re ceived what would be consider ed a good weeks salary. They have a half dozen more ready to file with the scenario editors. Their highest paid one- was what they called "When Pug ville Went Crazy," a comedy. They write mostly western dramas though. The Good Citizen's Decalogue. First Remember the garbage can to keep it covered lest the garbage become a stench in the nostnls of the people and breed rfies . Second Thou shalt cut the weeds in thy vacant lot lest it becomes a hiding place for old tin cans, papers ami divers sort of trash, which catch water and bieid mosquitos. Third Thou shalt not bear witness against thy neighbor's rubbish heap, likewise his dirty back yard. Fourth Thou shalt clean out the habitation of thy horses and thy cow frequently lest the stable fly tlouiisheth and spread infantile patalysis and the housefly breed by the thousands and millions and annoy thee and thy beast and produce much sickness in thy family. Fifth Thou fhalt prevent the breeding of the fly in the spring time that thy children unto the third and fourth generation need not swat him later. Sixth Remember the back yard and alley to keep them clean. Six days shalt thou labor to keep thy premises clean, and if yet'the task is not accomp lished thou conldat do worse than continue on the seventh, SeventhThou shalt covet all the air and sunshine thou canst obtain. Eighth Look not upon the milk when it cometh from the unclean dairy, for the doctor will in t hold thee guiltless if ( thy infant sickeneth therefrom J and die, Ninth Remember the clean, ingupdayaud keep it wholly Tenth If thou dost barken unto these sayings to do them thou slialt live long in tho land. LOCAL AND PERSONAL W. A. Fry spent two days at Rosweli this week on business. Lee Crosby made a flying business trip to Rosweli this week. L. C. Denton returned Sun. day from a business trip to Ros- wen. - - . Oscar B. Crawford was up from Rosweli this week attend ing to land business. Mrs. Elizabeth V. Calhoun of Boaz, was in town Saturday on land business. Mrs. J. A. Cooper returned Tuesday from an extended visit with relatives in Texac. Willie Crume came up Mon day from the Hagerrnan Ranch near Rosweli where he has been working for some tima past. John Cooper came up Tues day from Hagerrnan where he has been working for the past few weeks. Ed Jett of Boaz was .in town Tuesday and received another fine registered Hereford bull from Texas. Missess Ola and Setta Jones and Beatrice Cooper are attend ing Teachers Institute at Ros weli at this time. W. B. Scott has been on the sick list this week having be$n laid out since last Saturday on account of his back. Porter Peters of Mena, Ark., a nephew of Mrs W. B. Jones came in Wednesday and will stay probably throughout the summer. Albert L. Bechler of Fort Worth Texas, paid the Record a friendly visit Tuesday on his way back to Fort Worth after a few weeks vacation with his brother Frank and his u n c 1 e John Scliirck at Olive. Mr. Bechler hag a position at Fort Worth with the T. P. R. R. s Train Dispatcher, and while here filed on 320 acres of land expecting to make his perman nt home here in a short time. RAIN, RAIN, RAIN, One can scarcely realize that such rain" can fall in new Mex ico, one big rain after another for two weeks. The ground has not been so thoroughly soaked for vears. perhaps never was so wet be fore. At Ieat there are no records of such rains ever falling here as this part has received the lat two weeks. There is no place where vegetation responds more readily to a little moisture than nere, as evidenced by the growth on weeds, grasf, cropj and trees at this time. We will have more fat cattle and good 11 Jeff D. White President, .fjTHE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO. $ mm r! Strictly a home institution Your patronage solicited. v Vert respectfully, o i i i ; crops thh year like .15)07 and 1908, which will bring the wrinkles from the faces of the eld timers and replace them with a smile. Saturday, May 30tJv. was a busy day in Judge W.-'jfL Coop ers' court. Ernest Mullens, a stockman, east of Titornham and A. M Scott Postmaster at Thornham mei he prairie on the 25th and haov niall fight. Mullens appeared t, Justice of the Peace W. H. Cooper on the 30th and pleaded guilty of fighting and was fined $5.00 and costs, which amouutedhi all to about $14 50. K Scotts trial was- set or June 9th. The same little fight re sulted in Scott's having'Mullens and three other mertj' J. W. Taylor B. F, Bennett and Cleve George, who were with .him at the time of the fight, Vnested, charged with mob violence. All of whom were arraigned before Justice of the Peace -W. II. Cooper on the 30th and were given a jury trial. One J. W. Taylor being tried first, was found not guilty. Thu other three cases were all dismissed There being no evidence to show that there was any intention on the part of any of the men to mob Mr. Scott. ' II. M. Scott represented the state and made at-hort .and im pressive talk, to the jury for the conviction of Mr. Taylor. J, L; Giave reprtsenting the Di fi nseoccupii d the floor for some t'n'ngless than an hour ina most earnest and determined fight to clear the boys STILL THEY COME New goods of all kinds. We are going to sell them 'to you cheap, too. Another thing we are going to pay you a big price for produce. Eggs, frying chickens, hens and dry hides are all in good de mand. Cream is also bringing a fair price. Bring us what you have in this line and receive the - top market every day. L. C. Denton. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application!, u thrjr rannot rttoh th dav ea-l portion of u iar. 'luvr. to only on way la cure drafon. and tht It by cu;ialltutkual rvairOlta. Ik-uIiicm to cauMxl by a tnlUutnl condition V lb. aiucou. linliif ul th. Kuatatlilan Tube. VMim UiU lutx to Innitmed you have a rumbling aounU or liu. perfi-et hruriiiK. and wliru It Is entirely clum-t, iM'tat acM to In. riuU. and uulcsa lit. tulluimnalkra rau ba takcu out aivt llito tub Kiu.r.-u lu m nofmal condl. Uoa. btrui( will bo ili-lrirrl forever; nine c.... ul ol Iru an aauard by lalarrh. wlil.-ll to uoililntf but an biftaiatid cunUUUia ol Hie niuuoua auriaccK. Vt will give On llundrrd llollkra liw any riie ol Deafnraa ii-auwd by aaurrb) tltat canaot tr i-u(4 by UaU's Cataifb Cure. Hi'tid for elrtulara. free. , 1. tULNtV U., ioalo, Ok Hold by DniKliu, Iba. Iitkt IUU t iaiuily fiil (or foutlpatlo. - W 2? Quit experimenting medicines with the guarantee of this label 5 McCain Drug Co. Rosweli, New Mexico. . . - . , . , 2: We are still at the same old stund and better prepared than ever to furnish our customers with fresh groceries at prices as cheap as the cheapest.' We are agents for the cele brated R. T. Frazier Saddle, come in and let us take your order for that new saddle you are intending to buy. We pay the highest'' market price for butter and eggs. Make our store your head quarters when in town. Remember satisfaction o r money refunded... v - Yours for business, Jones & Pii tle. VALLEY VIEW ITEMS Miss Ellen Miller was in V-i'ley View Wednesday. . Mr. Henry Assiter was a pleasant caller Wednesday. We were sorry to learn that Mr. Fred Davis happened to a bad accident by getting his foot bad ly crushed in a well machine we hope he niay recover ohortly. Mr. Lewis J. Ea1 twood made a business trip to Rosweli Thurs day. ' Tha Valley View country was visited by a nice rain Sunday and Sunday night, crop pros pects were never lietter. Mrs. R F. Bonhani was u pleasant caller at Valley View Monday. James Morris came in Satur day night from the Eagle Hill country stayed over Sunday with hi? sister Mrs. Gullahoin. j Frank. Good, Vice President. 1 O sW l a 0 q 0 0 0 0 SR. Scott. Gash 0 Be sure. Buy drugs and y, , a' tOld S Ta for dfrw . s new cook- answered, t wai busy and I ain't . :ej THB Mr. and Mrs. Eastwood mov ed to their claim Monday, Mis. Mollie Ward, sister of Mr. East wood, accompanied them, show ing them how to get straight ai'd make a home in New Mex ico. The Valley View people wish them success. H. E. Myers, Fradk Dunn, John Taylor and Jack Berry oame in from work at Elida and stayed over Sunday with home folks, they say so much rairT makes work rather slow. Henry Ansiter and B. B, King made a business trip to Kenna Tuesday. , George Cross stopped in at Valley View Sunday, on his way to Elida. He says the Baker Flat country has had fine rains. W. W," Bracken is bending his back this week over the hoe and plow fighting weeds. Valley View Times. - Meant tht Same Thing, tn England to call m woataa homaly mean that ah lg fond of anything about home and la unpretending; la the United State It meant not hand some. To be clever In England means Lo be dextrous and with ua the tern algniQea good-natured or honeat. We ay cracker., they aajr biaoult; ou mall la the poat; and a baggage check In England becomes braaaee, while they aay luggage for baggage. A tram In the United States la a vagabond, 4t , l England any traveler may be'ie ' called. But there la even a greater dif ference of terma In different parta of the United States than la the twa countries. In New England a man Is brought up and In the south he fa reared and a colored man raitad.