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Prosperity Begins at Home
"Charity hulus at homo,"
says the axiom. Charity Is I) in,
ouu ol' many tilings t:iut do. At
home, I kowisc, prosperity be
Tni! it itiot is a u. ii i of state-,
the statu a tt 1 1 . ol communities.
1 1 tlic vihiages and towns and
cities ot this country, with their
surrounding territories, are bu
sy ami happy, so will the nation
he busy and happy.
Thu nation's prosperity do
pendsnotso much on whether
they have legislation in Wash
ingtou or rain somewhere else as
on the disposition of the people
ol this community and a thousand
Are you doing your sharer
Are we doing all we can to de
velop our community, thereby
aiding .n the develo incut ot the
con ii try as a whole?
Prosperity is not some mys
terious thing created in Wash
ington or Wall Street and dis
tributed to the people by our ti
naneiers and legisla ors. Pros
perity is .something that origin
,.tes on the puuric, in the valley,
in tne shop, on the farm.
I nam rit v is m-mlticcd not so
much by legislation as by Indus-
iw. Tne man who is making
Uie most lie can out of his farm
his business or his labor and
in spending it wisely, is ;ho man
wools iiiaum toe town and nit
n,itu i prosperous.
Prosperity begins at
Lei s Mart some here.
j r j Concarcinalions J tfc J
u'avti-:!) -An organist ami a
boy ti oiow same.
WaNTKD An expe r ie need
nurse lor a bottled baby.
WaNTKI) -A dog by a little boy
Willi pointed ears.
Wantkd A boy who can open
ovster Willi references.
Wanted A furnished room by
a lady about Ml feet souure.
Why most of us really wish to
v.imi i tn have some one listen
while we talk.
What a lot of time we waste in
wondering about things that are
none of our business.
It is the fellow with the weak
nerve who is forever rolling up
i.u ci,...vi. and showing hi
Evil wishes, like c'nickeiis,
come home to roost.
as, is visiting with his brother,
I. W. Gooden, this wuek.
Poll Sadk: 1 stove, 1 rocking
chair, sanitary cot, cotton mat
tres, 'J wash tubs, I wash board,
garden rake, 2 shovels, one long
mid one short handle, 1 grubbing
hoe, 111 yards rag carpet, 2D feet
!1 inch galvanized pipe, i)U or 40
cot of pump rod, saddle, HO feet
inch rope P. M. Pillor,
."i miles N. E. o f Columbus.
riii'i-o'.s asulitlcc.lmrm wocun't express,
A spoil we can't explain:
This itit and sun. their sweet cut-ess,
iwkos to power ourselves utfiilu
Hurled hopes once inure iijrlow.
New Mexico! New Mexico!
Tin,' ladies aid society met
with Mrs. U. .1 . Yarbrougli, Wed
nesday, each lady bringing r. bus
ket of good things to eat. The
meeting was intended as a sur
prise on Mrs. Yarbrougli, but
somehow the "cat got out of the
bag" and the hostess greeted
her visitors with a large freezer
of delic ous ice oreu.a. Tne day
was spent in suitl enjoyineuo,
quilt making, and making ar
rangements for the purchasing
of various articles needed in the
new church. Following are the
names of those present. Mos-
dames Adis Albro, W. C. Sim
mons, Leo Thomas, .1. R White,
W. Bluir, A. L. Taylor, li. E.
Sisco, W. T. li tchie, N. Bri.zel
ton, Win. Tate, N. B. Iliunpton,
A. V. Moore, D. .1. Uhadborn,
Howard Alley, and Miss Myrtle
of (I JLjj 7t.
The soldiers started the scor
ing lit the third inning: Three
hits and two errors netted them
th rot! runs. They added another
in the lifth. Columbus tied the
score in the sixth, McAuley bat
ting in three runs and himself
scoring on a hit by C. Childs.
Cox hit for two ba os in the
eighth and scored on a hit by
In thu ninth the soldiers tied
the score and brought ovur the
winning run on an error and a
hit by Sio .
The feature of the game was a
running catch by Cox and the
battery work of Donaldson and
The line up was as follows:
Donaldson, p; Kieuell, s s;
Siub, o; Stell, 1 b; Shultz. 2 b;
Wilson, 1 b; Hawkins, c f; Dee.se
and Kane, 1 f; Willing, r f.
Moore, c f; 0 Shea, 2 b; Pen
nington, !l b; McAuley, c; Cox, r
f; C. Childs, p; Childs, ss, and I
b; Hankins, 1 f; Hlair, 1 b; & s s
SCOKK 1IY IKNINCS
12 I j " H .)
Soldiers: 0 0 II 0 1 0 0 0 2-0
Columbus: 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 1 0-.)
These two teams will play
again next Sunday at 51 p. in.
, Lieutenant JReccives Summons
Lieutenant P. H. Edwards,
comiiiundinir Troop C, is in re-
Prof. L. II. Davis, an export i eeipt of the following summons
Personal and Otherwise
Another line shower of rain
jell Wednesday night.
The next meeting ol' tin Whist
club will be held with Mrs. ,1. W.
Hlair, Saturday afternoon.
T. D. Goodcn of Del Bio, Tex
geologist came up from HI Paso
Thursday morning with ,1. W.
Grushorn to look over the onyx
deposit of the Tres llerinanas.
He is here at tin; request of in
terested tinanciers. No doubt
his report will be favorable.
Here's a Fly Dope You Can Make
A lly dope that has been used
at the Kansas Experiment sta
tion can be mixed at home cheap
ly and it is said to be very good
as a lly repeller. Taku two cakes
of laundry soap and dissolve in
warm water. To this add 1 1-2
pounds of resin, 1-2 pint of fish
oil and enough water to make
three gallons in all. The resin is
of course to be pulverized before
it is added to the mixture.
When ready to use add 1-2 pint
'f kerosene ami put on the cows
with a brush or spray pump, us
ing about 1-2 pint to each cow.
Three times a week should be
often enough to apply and whe t
the hair gets coated with rosin it
will not be necessary to apply so
often. Husiness Rinner.
Soldiers Defeated Columbus
In the second baseball game of
tho season Troop "C" 4th Cavalry
won from Columbus by thu score
from the army headquarters at
El Paso, which we publish in l ull.
The lieutenant lias acknowledged
receipt of same and informed
that august body that as soon as
the cuticle of his physiognomy
is sufficiently repaired, and ho is
relieved of the follicular intlama
tion of the auteror part of the
phyrnax, which has caused him
some recent solicitations, he will
proceed to propel his corporos
ity in that direction and give ear
to the solemn titterings of that
Headquarters of thu Kangaroo
Picket line of "Scrub Horses,
Camp near the Water-works of such quantities'
.July 25, 1011.
Lieut., Prank Grimsguard
Columbus Ku rales,
(Thru the Surgeon of tho Col
li m litis Uu rales),
It having been commonly re
ported to the owners of the
"Scrub Horses" In this vicinity
that you have purchased a thor
oughbred tlMy from the Insur
recto City of Juarez, Mexico,
thereby causing humiliation
among the owners of said Scrubs,
creating envy, covetousness and
dissention in the ranks of said
owners by departing from tin
rules known to be safe and sane;
That the Magonistus are be
coming active in Mexico when
there was a general belief that
they had subsided, is indicated
by the repo'rted betdegingof the
town of Parral. And that the
Magonisto are capable of making
a great deal of trouble in Mexico
see ins to be indicated by thu
manner in which they have insti
tuted operations. El PasoTiuies.
The prosperity of town is not
guarded by the wealth of its its
habitants, but by the iiniioi iinl.y
witli which they pull together
when any important undertaking
is to be accomplished. A man
with a thousand dollars at his
command and a love for his town
in Ins heart, can do more lor the
building up and improving ol it
tin it the millionaire who locks
up his capital and snaps his lin
gers at home progress.
It takes a sharp knock to
break an egg from the outside
while a weak little cliiulc with a
soft bill can break out from the
inside. It is the same witn the
town. The knocks front the out
side have little effect, its the
blows from a knocker at home
that hurts a town. Exchange.
i. e. o ning and ruling Dorses ol
cold blood that will eat out of
your hand, that any lady or child
can ride and that cannot possibly
jump over six inches in height or
twelve feet in breadth, and did
aspire to grasp the honors from
Gordon Johnson and fame that
would bring you befoio the pub
lic eye as well as that of Teddioso,
by owning and attempting to ride
an animal ol supposed great
jumping ability thus obtaining a
detai I to TI IE GK EAT A N D 14 H-
NOWNED SCHOOL OP EQUI
TATION AND HOW IT SHOULD
BE DONE, and by this attempt
at achieving greatness were
thereby thrown from a cast-off
skate from the racetracks; you
will therefore presort before
this August Assembly such or
tions of your honorable anatomy
as remain intact or in lieu there
stimulant as will quench the
thirst and heal the wounded feel
ing of the Safe and Sane Riders,
in order to stimulate a commend-
able emulation of your ambitious
aspirations to seek renown in the
Wooly West in tho art of equine
aet.al gyrations and terrestrial
perturbations and to oiicourago
other ambitions aspirants to "go
and do likewise" for tltu bonellt
of tho "Safe and Saners" who
are never averse to taking "a
littlu for thu stomach's sake."
By ordor of the Kangaroo Con r,
(Por and in thu absunce of)
Prank B. Edwards.
1st Lieut., lib Cuvulr, ,
Judge AdvociiU, K. I .