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The Kenna Record i wiiaon-Mayshaii
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PUBLISHED WEEKLY
Bu'wtd Frfciury Ith 1907 it the Kenna,
New Motro, Post Office, as r.econd Class
MjiI Mallei. ...
Subscription $1.00 Per Year in
Advanoe
AdvartlMlnt fttg made known on application
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Don't forget to register.
Books at the Kenna Bank.
John A. (Daddy) Scott whip
ped two car loads of cattle to
Kansas City market last Sat
urday. There will he several cars of
cattle loaded here Saturday for
the Kansas City market, by
Messers Littlefidd, Littlefield,
Swisler, Cooper, Kimmons,
Benz, Greaves and others.
Carmichael, Grumes, Coleman
and French are shipping three
cars of cattle to Kansas City,
to-day (Fiiday).
Ah French was brought be
fore Justice of the Peace A. O.
Pirtle, Monday on a charge of
assault with intent to kill hy
dragging with a rope to saddle
horn, sworn out by Loi Kim
mons, and waived examination
and was placed under bond to
await action of the Grand Jury.
A warrant was sworn out be
fore Justice Pirtle against Lee
Kimmons by Ab French for
drawing a knife. Lee appeared
Thursday and waved examina
tion and was bound over to
ava't action of the grand jury.
Everybody h voting this year.
See that you are registered.
A. C. White and family are
now on their ranch west of
town. .
Wyley Tow and family left
this week for the plains of Tex
as. C. H. Wear has sold his en
tire ranch property consisting
of 93o acres of land 8 miles
northwest of here to George Lit
tlefield. Consideration said to
be 4000.00.
C. II. Sims has this week sold
his entire ranch property, which
adjoins tow.i containing (iiO
acres of land and the old ranch
house to Charlie Wear. Con
sideration said tobe$4(J00.00.
The Registration books are
iiowopenat the Kenna Bank.
It is necessary that you see one
of the board and be registered.
Charlie Barber came in Wed
nesday from Galesburg, III.,
where he has been for a couple
of weeks with hi wife. Char
lie reports that an operation
was performed and that she
stood it fine and is now building
up nicely. However it will be
several weeks before fhe will
1 e aide to return home.
The Four Lakes ranch ship
ped about (100 cattle Thureday
from here to the Kansas City
markets. The shipment con
sisted of ons, twos and threes
mostly.
Mr3. Lois Curry and two
children lei t Thursday morn
ing for an extended visit with
parents and other relatives in
Missouri and Teimessee, She
will probably le gone the great
er part of the winter;
Monday liight, the 9th, was a
stormy, unpleasant night, but ft
number of Kenna and Valiey
View democrats met at the City
Hill according to announce
ment and organized a Wilson
Marshall Clnbb, with 1). C. Sav
age, President, W. J. Stobb,
Vice-President; A. G. Pirtle,
Secretary. The meeting was
an enthusiastic one in which
several real political speeches
were delivered.
There was some time given
to the discussion of the mode
and plans by which the clubb
can best assist in the present
campaign for Wilson for presi
dent and the election of the en
tire democratic state and county
ticket,after which they adjourn
ed to meet next Monday night
at 7:30, Oct. lGth. All demo
crats are invited to come and
unite with the Club.
OLIVE ITEMS
Mr. Jones who recently made
a business trip to Kansas City,
returned home Friday.
Ora J. Cloppert is improving
his place by adding some more
buildings to it.
J. W. Jennings made a busi
n.'ss trip to Kenna Tuesday.
Mrs. Waters of Oklahoma is
here the guest of her son. Lake
A. Waters and family.
Mrs. Ross. Kimble of Elida
was an Olive visitor Friday.
Mr. Lamb of Texas is visiting
theC. G. Stroud family.
School is getting along nicely
with Miss Wright as teacher.
Mrs. Jeff Word called on Mrs
Stroud Friday and speiu a pleas
ant day.
Mr. and Mrs. Sturman made
a husiness trip to Elkins this
week.
Mrs Cloppert called on Mrs.
Waters last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jennings called
on Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sunday
and spent a pleasant day.
CUMBERLAND CITY
Here I come from Cumber
land City with the request that
Frog City sends in his report
every week, as I am interested
in the Frog City neighborhood.
Alfred Mesick was been in
Rosweli last week on business,
lie reports fine grass and fat
stock on his ranch near Frog
City.
Mr. Morman of New Hope
was also seen in Rosweli on the
21. Ho reports fair crops in
that part.
R. C. Baker of Frog City, who
has been working in Dexter for
the last few weeks was seen
passing through Cumberland
City on the train a few days
ago. Some one asked him
where be was going. The an
swer was, "I am billed for
Frog City.
The record of Wilson and
Democracy for the last four
years is a power ful plea for the
verdict of mandind, and for a
favoiable verdict from the
American peoplB at the polls in
November.
Mexican Problem
An Inheritance.
(Continued form Kt I'iige.)
Uting editor, had an editorial
calling attention to "Hie anti-
American demonstrations which
have lately taken place in Mex
ico," in which "great student
demonstrations were made.
mobs broko windows in build
lugs deed pied by Americans,
attacked street cars containing
Americans.''
On March 25, 1911, the Out
look said that "events in Mexi
co are very confusing" and on
April 22, it declared that Mexi
co presented a serious state of
affairs.''
It was on April 29, 1911, that
Senator Stone, a Democrat, in
sisted that President Taft be
authorised to enlploy whatever
force might be necassary to re
store order in Mexico. Senator
Root, now cue of President
Wilson's most bitter critics,
said that a threat of force would
be "to reverse the policy of the
United Stales and take a step
backward in the path of civili
zation." Senator Lodge, Re
publican, and another bitter
criric of the Wilson administra
tion, said that President Taft
would not ask for force until
our diplomatic methods had
failtl.
It was on April 29, 1911, dur
ing the Taft administration,
that the New York American
(Hearst's) said "through a lag
gard and chicken-hearted presi
dent. American threats of inter
vention baVd become the laugh
ing stock of the insurgents and
regulars alike." '
It was in Febr uary, 1913, dur
ing the Taft administration that
the New York American
(Hearst's) referring to the Mex
ican situation, paid "One hun
dred or more of American citi
zens have been slain" and it
asked "Doas anyone think that
Germany would have endured
this outrage for a day? Does
any man believe that English
warships would not already be
bombarding Vera Cruz for a
similar outrage upon English
citizens?''
. The Mexican situation under
tire Taft administration was so
serious that in its issue of Sept.
21, 1912, the Baton Roug-, La.,
Times said: "The American
flag is only a rag in Mexico."
El Paso, Texas, and other bol der
papers expressed similar sen
ments. All of which goe3 to show
that the Mexican problem is an
American problem rather than
a Democratic problem and that
it was as much a problem under
Hughes as under Wilson or
Taft.
J See that your name is on the
registration books.
Public Speaking
There will be public speaking
and a general handshaking at
this platoon Friday. Oct. 20ih,
hy County candidates and other
speakers. All are invited to be
present.
They have promised to have
the Hagennan Bajid with them
to make the music which will
be free.
On Friday night of the same
day, there will be a grand dem
ocratic i-Hlly at the City Hall
here. The Wilson-Marshall
Club has engaged prominent
speakers for the occusion. It
will be worth your while to
come. Come and bring some
one with you
WE WILL GIVE YOU
Ciose Prices
On Dry Goods and Groceries
For Strictly Cash
Have in transit one of the finest lines of premiums
ever given away.
Will have them on display in a few days.
Have you seen our assortment of Star Brand
Shoes? If we haven't your number, wo can get it.
Eggs 25c, Cream 31c, Hens 10c, Turkeys ltfc.
Butter BOci
W. B. . JONES & CO.
The Depositors Repr
sentative and Safe-Guard
THE STATE BANK EXAMINER
Has just called on us and after going through our
records of business for the past six months, gave us a
clean bill-of-health and paid us the compliment of hav
ing out bank in a highly satisfactory cdndition. We ap
pelate the complement bat are not PUFFED UP ovt r
it, neither are we inclined to egotism, for we know with
out being told that we have a safe and sound institu
tion We are doing a big 'ir, b ?r.ter and safer business
than ever before.
We only know but one way to treat you -That is the
right way. Give us a trial.
THE KENNA BANK & TRUST CO.
New Fall and Winter
1 Goods Now Arriving
We are now receiving lots of New Fall and Winter
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hats. Caps. Shoes for Evoiybody,
Men's Heavy Coats and Pants, Bed Blankets, Comforts,
and numerous other items you will need for winter.
Come in and get your supply while our slock is com
plete. Our prices are always the lowest.
L. C. Denton
General Merchandise
Motel Wilder I
EUROPEAN PLAN
1J
JACK GULLAHORN,
V Manager
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Make the Gilder Your Homo When in Town
JOHN GILDER,
Owner
ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO

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