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title: 'The Columbus courier. (Columbus, Luna County, N.M.) 1911-1920, June 27, 1919, Image 6',
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THE COLUMBUS COURIER
LOCAL AMI PERSONAL
11. II. Charles it Co, who nro do
inn a lot of cement and nilolio con
stiueUou have affiliated themselves
Willi the Chamber or Commerce.
Mis Ornce 0. Ooebel, formerly
rounty superintendent of icliools,
accompanied by tier sister, Hlclln.
dnno over from Doming to visit
Mr. ami Mrs. John L. Harris.
Kveryfeody gst ratt.ty'to celebrate
Iho geo-loriMis Fouriti at Colum
bus. Mr. William Klein and -children
uml Miss lliilh Kelly or I ns (Truoen,
slsler of Mrs, Klein. leil Tuesday
for n summer sojwifti on the ln
The HI Paso Tliiiw l authority
for thus tatemciit that Mrs. Her
man oitulwr rsrciilly won Kvi
lritra at a soiMl function given at
the swntt Inm- in in P.lse.
Wlml H The Oroatest Thing In
llofliily spols In Columbus: The
f;lkvay reitdtMe, eewipled by
I ' ii l forget Major Jnmleson's
oiIiiioiiIUqii In wnl tho fly."
Nv the New Mexico Oil 1U-chamo-
for anything In stocks thai
v.mi want to Iwy. Courisr building,
A. II. Toyter, manager.
Tbr UtM ATHseelely will mtel
at Ihn MetlHdlt thurih Wednes.
il- afurmwn al 3 o'eloak, July 1
All imlr are urged to he pres
CoiiitMP Pally Arhudlst Onyx
J. A. Urtwftl went In Doming anil
Kl V tn Thutwky ami Irtday tm
Katberlm? nwl HscHter Pendtr of
Kl ar vtssTtjig G. A. I'sstdef
Wlml Is "The Oraaleot Thine In
J. F Vinson iuy nut alxmt $8)
per nioulli in wages, which or all
expended right lure u Columbus.
Is this any reason vny you should
palrimlio the Colummts fafeiini
Lieutenant W. 8.' Ma)thcws,
formerly Instructor lit the Will
training hat (cry, nt LouisUllr, Ky
arrived from Ihc easl Tuesday ovo
hint? to upend tho summer with tilt
sister, Mrs. J. A. Turvcy. Hp has
Just been granted a right lo don
Postmaster Hurkhcad- enjoyed n
brief outing in (he Florida this
Zeno Johnson has wen spending
a lHirtlon of tho week In Kl I'aso.
Joo Puehl wan taken into cus
tody by E. V. poylo of (ho depart
ment of' Justice, ami Borgennk Wil
liam Cass man, of the mounted k
Hqk, this morning. uion a staldtory
charge. Hulled Hlales Commission
or Cole liouiul him over m Hie sum
of (500, to appear In Judge Ncb
lull's court at Santa Fe.
What is "The Greatest 'tiling In
The Fourth of July Committee
want to thank Sergeant doode of
tho 'lwenlyfourlh Infantry, Co. I,
for obtaining from the Murrny
liayno company, Lis) lbs of lus
cious watermelon. Yinnl Yuml
Pmvnsl Marshal Hudson hat led
a ihiiii of money with the Courier
that he picked up in front of the
Columbus theater Wednesday even
ing. The currency was wrapped
In a handkerchief. Upon proving
prorly and paying fOr Ibis no
tfc the owner may haw Ihe
money. I.leutennnl Hudson Is an
hnnwt representative of the finest
flsihliug forre In the world.
Ywi ean'l mint nmllng Kein's.
Ue A. Dwyer have put five signs
m the fain store this week, aside
flam Ihe art pta sitm.
The NordhaiM slow will smhi
have a handseme pkile glast front.
"The OimiHeror," 8 oels, Ony.
Mr. J. T. Dean has been obliged
lo lake a rest from her arduous la
bors. She, is reeuperatlng at home.
ONYX 'niKATKn I'OHMALLY
OI'KMCI) HY MdH. JICOY
Tho grand opening of tho fine
new Onyx theater Just completed
by W. 1'. King adjoining his store
on West First slrecl, by Man
ager Fred MrCoy was an Interesting
feature of Columbus lifo Tuesday
and Wednesday eveungs.
Tho opening attraction, 'The
Heart of Humanity,' is one, of the
world's noted scrccu productions
and was brought out In a manner
that was most plcasjng. Tho green
ceiling lamps furoshed a diffusion
of light that Is very pleasing ta
Ilia eye and do not In any manner
nffeel the clearness of the picture.
In fact, it Is quite enjoyable.
Tho Twelfth Cavalry orchestra
furnished music for the V !ng
and II Is Manager McCoy's Idea In
have music from Ihe camp oichu
tras on the regular program.
Mr. King is to be congratulated
umiii Iho completion of his fine
(heater and Mr. Mcy can shake
hands with himself every morning
lo think he Is manager.
Ilev. Iloffpuui lo (Jomn Again
Ilnv. Hoffman, who preached two
very Interesting sermons at the
Methodist Church Sunday, has been
requested (o return for another
good day, tho third Sunday In July.
Tramp Hay, Dutch, (hit pipe of
yours Is somo stinker. Do you Ho
It to your bed at night to keep It
from running awayf
Bandy I'll pet you don't thusl
know how old this pipe Is?
Tramp Not a darn till older than
I think It is.
Mrs. S. a I'lerce anil Mrs. I'aul
I. Wrlker ore entertaining their
V. It. Illalr, who has been fore-
nun of a mill in tho Ulla valley.
ai rived in Columbus this wk.
There are morn delightful Jobs
II nu being n member of Ihe town
The rrllsnce that womrnklnd hMisugar-tillttl mtr ntilcb lby sup
Ira rood la put la crackers Is
well Illustrated at tho leas
tlrttl far rttamlns soldiers
Krery wemsn In the luetropoll
his in tier psniry a arnrrnus
ply or Ihe Nsllonal I
nan? always iiseiui
ailly serrpleit prwluel.
Nellie, a oiuirljr jilinu '
yeoman of lj
rnterlslnlng a rompsuy at I 'a at
uptonn home tne olber sri
liicmuinc tererai youns om
a tuttleslilp In Krt.
Rhe had Fig
Tlicre was no Question tbotit Iht
piinplcto success of Nettle's dlscor-
as Ihe fragrance or I no rrnn
nf tea which she served addnl
Ihe limllns reil.
iMirllo al Ihe lea hour
them almost as much
hreakfost ami JujahaQu Is Ihe
robust appo- m
titcs is natural and propor. It is a sign
they are strong, well and growing.
Encourage them give them N.B.C.
Graham Crackers even be-
On a thirl
, jona and Lotus hlscTT
fonie hrulsed leare 1st at the
lorn of the basket, ami Ibe petals
rinltted a ilellratr fraaranee. addlni
(harm lo Ihe drllshtrnllr Karnretl.
es a more
I knew a man
irom Kranee remitlr.
hail fniind It I err dlmer.lt
lo procure bread that was cither
palatable or ilbrsllhle lie had re
foiirw lo N. II. C Orale in Craikrra.
I'UltCIIAKi: LOCAL lllt)VAti;
N. 1). Ilamiilon has sold his splen
did hardware and fumlluro busi
ness to Carroll Norwood, Iwo
energetic young business men of
Louisiana, Mr. J. L. .Norwood tak
ing immediate ennrgo of (ho
business. He has leased the Knlf-
f in rosidenco on Hruadway, form
erly occupied by O. II Parks, and
will soon havo his family located
Willi a hustler liko Mr. Norwood
In charge, tho success of tho busi
ness is assured from Ihe slnrL Ho
Is tho typo of man Columbus is
glad and proud lo welcome.
Mr. Norwood nrrlrd in time to
attend our wonderful Chamber of
Commcrco meeting, which pleoscd
him very much, and gave him a
splendid .oplnlqn of J"r commun
ity "1 was awfully glad I was hero
to attend Ihal meeting." said Mr.
Norwood lo Iho Courier "It makes
me hsvo a lot of confidence In Co
lumbus and her prosperous pco-po."
LUCK UNLI HITED
Tho Germans got off lucky at
that. Tbero Is no amendment to
the (realy making Germany bono
dry on July I. Brooklyn Eagle.
s 8H0AIIWAY fOMU KITCHKN
Coolest Place In Town
It's the Place to KAT
(Cpuarnlrtur irUa CSosnforl. (Comfert 0tirili assr
Sag (S. Iatt0ltt-
ffiontrartor inb Hullorr nf
Old Way New Way
r o t ii o s i: w ii o c a it k
Have your eyes examined and glasses fitted by one who
cares whetheryour eyes are filled correctly or not.
A GOOD LINK OF JI-VVKLItY
Nothlnn Hut the llrst
Dr. Chas. V. Oxenf ord
JFAYKLF.lt AND OITOMKTIUHT
Clark Hotel lliilhllnu Phone 19 Co)iimbii, N. M.
IN Till: IIAItllWMIi; AMI FlilMlt'lti: Hl.StMSS iN f.OI.U.MIIf.S
Picklna Coliimhiis nt Ihe uhuilnu louii In Hie Sunshine State we hmr piirrhiied
Ihe IIAIIIIWAIII. mid IT ItMIL'Hi: liutlurM of . II. lluiiiplMi, und hair uduplrd
as our motto:
"We've Got It. Can Get It,
Or It Isn't Made"
Willi our faionihlr lorntlou, miNleru mid iip-lu.date stock of lliinlniirr und Fur
niture we eon M-rte the public demands In new mid M-vond-liaiid utHn.
We lH'llee In Irlllnu Hie puldlr know of Hie b.irunlus ir lintc lo otfer and there
will nluu)N he a miMJii uhy you .should trade nt our More,
Cash or Easy Payments
ci.L ami cirr At:uui.vn:i. voiti.l i.iki: ls ami wkiii: iioumi to
Carroll & Norwood
(Kiirccssors to N. II, llumpton
I'OI'lLMI IIHOADWAY llAllltWAIti: AM) IT ILMTUIti: STORK V .
i:uUii',.Mi;vr for watkrwohks o.n hoad. iiiiiiici: umicr coNRiitutrnoN.
KiHF.inS Al.ltlCAIlY CRAIIFI).
' 'I IHS fS A HICSTHICTLT) RICSHHiSCE DISTRICT
PRICICS WILL 111: AIIVANCIil) IN 'llllRTY DAYS; HKK -
Garl & Engendorf