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Ml MM CM 4
faWt Ak Mr.
''toaja wb ' tatal- "TifHlw
(Ma rrMr aftoraao wh
.'. . KW Re, dancing aweler ef Uw
Stitory, win spend suneay m
'K..O. Tnef lhnka ills frk
f3ftMr BSSpfWft MMi t wkh. Um
efM Mtk Infantry will leave Co-
3as4e Milter l muMterorUi9
rSA'tkm at rH Muaehuca. Mr.
MWtor.'ia wKh htoi.
torck rhlliw ii tbfl Sunday
now. Many tMemHd
arc to bo wn.
Prewwtcr Coleman of Iho Co-
Iw'waim AUtlelte Clutt returned from
KlFaso Thursday evening.
J, H. Kino wi & busy man
around the polls. It looked to an
outsider thai, ha wh roping them in.
It Is rumored that soldiera an
they are discharged will leAVo Co
lunua on a certain day each week.
William Mean, the carpenter
.contractor, fell In lino last week
bbsTwIII receive the Courier for a
Ira D. Clark, expert on shoes
for lv' U. 8. A; and a reldciil of
Colusajys. sseai Stwday ttt Kl
,wTmAo Colo hand out a few
"atl Haas mm week ibero W a rea
jam Mm. Cok It vittWag to -XA
ti Maaw owt-of-faMHtSvMiw' weco
'ht (aawavM BundayjMHl mavka
Md NMlaVlfik tnl M a M bu.l-
few Hultey aya ho couldn't
' rctM't-Ke attraction of election day
and arrived bright and early on Iho
A' liow a picture how that
outranks- Iho "Mirth of a Nation"
. will ke'at the Onyx Saturday and
Thiifsdy night wa the regular
nrVltf , mMillne nlltit Of tllQ local
Th6 usual "turnout'
PUJHHi wmi a reirctiifi unim
iMIvpm to your door, read Iho ad
- of t)t101umbU4 Kottling Works In
the Dally Courier.
' Cftptelti Edwards and wife of
the 2H (chaperoned Librarian Mac
'"douiM Ut n'sht looking for be-
- eSiiWis U too W for a week-
ly hpw: To provo.it, nearly 800
JcopU El fato asMHPB are sold
ever kw Oeao Wright
syiaa p4r.no aaeoiMHHmni' iu
Ecl8t- NoT Well, tucre-s
wMHr-wacky ryttusi to It.
EvettsA Marsh, a wcl know cat.
tio.HkMif Hachlta, had a serious
,wM jlt liow hav a
Blf i i i I M At
,',Wrt Club buMma
;if3MiBMMk"tH amy alfalfa fa
- ,aciani.rrop'ag a proncuo. uy nav
Vv bw alMwwsi aimott torn off.
" ' ' A-M' Dm naaatona and ycarnlna
of :14m raco, fnaed lata an insplriiw
' sMy ,tMl btma mhw rm .eiuou.
Onfx, Saturday and Sunday.
, Thw wilt be a hkt Ahko at
,CoiUy Ma" Saturday
' mM, April to. Speclat cofiwunlly
orefceatra. All arc welcome.
: tTw HuUwy I U. S, null cairlcr
how. T, M. says ho doesn't, like- Iho
UM and is looking for a sub-
s4HMi fw Iho Waterloo Iris.
'EP'Male and Female," probably
tyjbfrt picture play ever pro-
,, WKCU, Win ue "i " wiv
" "'','wMt!8uiidy-& two-day stand.
".'.MautawlvH, hero la a bargain
-four,3HM cnoi van uaatus mi
v .forJ cents; same price for two
. . kH$e;ea-Bl tin? Cily Market
"-iColumbus young lady y this
, r. C H lt yoar and sha 1 Koln to lake
. " .hraiweelheart to tnat blg dnnco at
tf CowBiuhlty Hall on Saturday, April
. ' ' h Vntttln nf (tin Plrit N
.T r tloaal Bank and brum navo rcnwn
; i .iHjJLU'BBCB riuf nco u jwinii -
-.Itl tf -Vlmnn mnniiwr of the Co-
,hHihus Sicam Laundry, hal ccuned
whiMtf -ho seciKf lh,e laundry
eon rant from, Utwp i'unus
wnA at over 4.0W aolwra. rsv..t e Jon ovor to imo www ui unr
J.'!y)f?lVi:.T7 to m (Xum-
k a lfj ooa m4 InvoWn much
totolL Th Conrkr (HM 'WNl
prtajasl 840QQ bwndry Rato for this
M feral) la (Mm
Tlajtoaa', tir fee to
-sJtfc'atowsl Aitoa rf OavSr.
(fete. It. L. I a tww naWibar la
to Oewrter. tin. Alloy u Um
qggMan im Mrs. Yarboua
lsJa Um Uom tar OtAmAm
Wat to at taaaian- ana
fedd Mterfal to b utrt tn lb iwrw
sjBtpMWfaaW Hi ifaa m IsnfMf
'AMan4 OaWr Craiktock will
talus hi tfca M Casn auto chow. .H.i
la thlakiasi of Irad'rm m his "wlmo
r for Mi OveriaiM Chummy, ono
of Ummm. aaat-for-two affair.
Tie wt4t f (fee Colimibu
achoola are hard at work on a class
war. If me aciani aM km re tics
dacMe K ( "good, they will put It
m at the Hex ant Rive the public a
cstanee to view it.
Mrs. t. 3. Clark motored along
lo Demlast Monday. It has been
sM sm wMl lose som of her pop
uWMy wMk the lads around tho
Motel Clark and in Columbus if this
sfcould oeeur aaln.
Many a oao will say tonight:
Well. I voted for you. all right.
Cliarh!f..aW boy." and to the mayor:
"Sure, I voted for you, Mr. tMalr;
you know I did." Ttorse few lines
go for iho ewer cannidaics also,
The Laaw Aid held an all-day
meeting al (ho country home of
Mra, A. L. Taylor. (Milling and
coKtfort-tacklng were the vocation
al exercises. Each lady carried her
own basket and Mrs. Taylor had a
chanco this lime to Join the circle.
D. L. Craddock. teller of tho
First National Hank, has been pro
moted to assistant cashier, the
clmnire taking nlaco Anrll I. Mr.
Craddock's many friends aro offer.
lng Iho usual congratulations.
L. T. Scotl. mining contractor,
is In tho ell v talKlng shop with
new arrivals. Mr. Scoll calls tho
Elk's Club. El I'aso. his home, al
though lie has just como out or
Mexico. He is an old timer on Iho
I'iekart. he of Collate He la!
fame. auVered from an attack of
ptoometM p-attjply Wedc.s
tiair 'mornwa. tm cotxwmn ai onn
time' waa alarariMi, but Mo Wl
nesday afternoon h1lMd so far re
covered bo was able to wane uown
A. Llt-lis and his partner, U
rtoinbaeh. exnert lyniwriler men,
havo been busy in uoiumnus tins
week. Mr. Liebs tooK ne iook ni
Collexo HoIkIiU and laid In a sup
ply or loll. J. i. Clark, real estate
salesman and sub-division owner,
made the deal.
The El Paso & Southwestern. It
wu rumored at inn uiamuvr oi
Commerce meeting last night, win
sunn commence work on a new de
pot in uoiumnus. une mcmoer
stated that ho was informed that
as soon as work waa completed al
Douglas that Jlio grounu win do
broken In Columbus. i
It Is agreed by all advOtlilng
BEcnclcs thai each nowscanor It read
by three people On this basis tho
n-.ll.. fYmrlor la rrtfut tiv MM rill.
tens every night. Try Mw ctosslSed'
ad column It you havo aeamHmg
to sell or exchango or rent. A min
imum charge of BO cent or 10 cents
a lino will do It for you.
Jumnlmt from two Dawes to four
on tlm fourth day or Ma fcxiatsnco
waj not so bad. It required a page
ad to do ii ana tne readers may
thank Will King's Onyx, theater for
It. Mr. Klmr has tho greatest of nil
protection on for Saturday ami!
Sunday. "Male and Female" is
big show for Columbus and tho ad
was a big thing for tho Dally Cour
If Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mack's
new horn tefl-BOtUKt boy ever loses
track of his ago all ho will bo
oblld to do to refresh his memory
is subscribing tor uic uoiumnus
Dally Courier. Vol. I will toll how
many years M ha m, and oh tho
other end af. klw line In tho news
paper heading is tho number of
days tho patter. ,b as been In ex
istence. For Inatonce, today's Dally
Courier reads Vol. I., No, B. Five
Issues; so Young Mr. Mack Is flvo
Gattoat BauMitF Miatonw Cterstasito
90 tiMMifesHV WMAW
Danvillf, III, April 7.-Ouy Kllch
In, member orHaltcry A, IWlh field
artillery, commanded by the late
Co, Curtis 0. Hedd.cn, who was
elected town clerk of Danville at
yestcrdey'a election, resigned today
In ravor of his roloej' Widow, who
was left with three small children
Klkbln, .wlw fo'tht in 11 battles
In tho workl waf, was nominated by
a number of hli coawadea on tho
rtcpubllcan ticket for Hie purnone
I of wtwilnir Jha. c1ettoa and Imping
I of pnaimank attar aarvtof through.
,.,,( ikrt war. ' ' 7
tor QwMxm mum.
(Kacotsim,atlt by tnvmht of
1 aasMaY t ss istv
yrm n thm aM it mm, ,
.Waa lM ffM f aVaism h tmk'
I tuna, twaa CMtoMiaaa-alay,
WWht aasstoti hi btol1toi,
The vistott mm to Vtojf, " ;-
For M saw an apart ssstor,'
wtawwd to iiiiiiajaj aAtto aM
W-1. Tai tfm baW
Ttw 1 tuM Mt h 4toa i
tb avtotr im ttv t atorr :'
Aikd obi iw ilawi ttamat.
Yoov bean a friww (o tvrytm, '
And wnriKMi hard ntaM ami da.
Van hv astfeKWtod faany thotsft.
And trxm law reeafVed vor iMa-f
fh w waaat 'yuti mi to 'atory,
r or im mm labor e4 kmi. -
And thfl m4 Lord U p-trlng'
Your rtfifnal, Jwi rewsirt,"
Then Ihojuuel and the grocer
maried uti lowards glory atc,
Bui when- passing closo lo Madat, '
Tho anet murmured "waWl"?
I havii a place lo nhow you
M'a (ho hottest ulace In licll
Where the ones who nover paid yoti
In tormet always dwell." '
And, behold, the grocer saw (hero
nia oiii customers by Um score,
nd grabbing up a chair and fan,
Ho wished for nothlmr moro:
Uut was bound to lt and waleh
Al they'd slule. sIiiko and bum.
And his eyes woula rest on debtors,
wnicnover way mey u lurn,
Bald Iho angel, "Como on grocer,
mere a tno peony galea to a?er
Hut tho grocer only murmured,
"tins is neavon enougli for me
stWK mtm mm:
IN "UMMiK TUB TT
JHioIofday Alfords Noted Star Many
upac-riwiHira ror Mm Mtfl.
In tho early pari of "Under-the
Top," tho new Artcraft nlcturo
starring rrrd stone, wlilcli will Im
snown at the Onyx theater Ionium.
tho famous comedian has toJo n
dlvo down a ropo from a o'iuxli
steeple. Hie scene comes when ho,
as Jlmmlo Jones, a young village
painter, nulls for tho nnnn hour.
Fred came down Iho rono headfirst
al hreak-nrek speed, whlln Ihren
cameras "shot llio scene," and nu
merous peopld nlMitit tho Lasky
stuuio watched breathlessly, won
during If ha would land safely. He
did, and evcryono agr$H that when
it come to uoing Startling slums,
rrou Htnnn was in a class.by him
self. 'J ' ,
This is mm of many similar hnlr-
ralilng feal whlcli Mr. Blmnriwr
forms throURlinul (hi) action' nt Um
story of "Under Iho Top." As Jim-
mle, ho loves ronsy .McNeill, a cir
cus girl whoso guardians plot lo
uepnvo iter nr lirr inneriianco by
wedillng her lo ono of them. They
cause her to he hypnotised and Um
marriage is to be ccletiratcu wliile
sho Is In a hypnotic trance. Hut
Jlmmlo takes a hand in tho proceed
Ings wilh the result thai Iho villains
LADIES' AH) HAVB RIG
TIM6 AT MRS. A. L. TAYLOR'S
Hrlght and early Wednesday
morning several of the ladies or tho
M. K, Ladies' Aid met at tho home
or Mrs. A. I Taylor. Not all the
membcra were present, but deft and
willing finger flew and when Ihey
found time to slop for the Imslneii
meeting, two comtorU wcro tacked
and n qullt'aloul two-lhlnls aullled.
Hut say, don't mcnllon It, ror somo
reason thai bounlirul. delicious din
ner was soon out or slslit gonu but
ISvo new members wcro added (4
the list. Iktlh proved their worth
All ladies wishing to assist in
finishing tho quill will find it at the
homo or Mrs. Hobhs, pear tho ico
Tlie jieclal lea wilt be given April
si uy ,ira.. Dicpncitson ami Pin,
Ivan Hohbs dl the borne of Mrc. ci
ft. Blephenson in Mnnhnltni)'
iii-ignu). An lauies aro curmany in
vllod. I am glad I didn't miss ii.
SMawrecIt hi New HrtWc.
A careless helmsman, flirting with
the serving girl, wrecks a yachting
party on a desert tropical Itlnud f.t
"Male and Female," a Paramount
Arlcraft picture, produced by Cecil
H. De Mllle, which will come lo the
onyx theatrir saiurday and Sunday.
Moreover, -H'b a real yacht and
real rock that come together. It's
only ono nf the- bit aecno 'whero
lives and a largo Amount of money
wcro risked for Iho sake of realism
in this production. Which is
screen version of Blr James M. Dor-
rle's great play, "Tho Admlrablo
Catcxlco, Cal. April a- lack
Johnson, rormer ueavywcMlil rhanv-
piou pugilist, sent for Sheriff Ap
plestilt of Imperial counly yt-tUv
day and arranged lo havo Iho shoriff
lake him personally into custody
when Joinuon crosses tlm inlcrna-
tlounl lino lo meet fcli'ral charges
pending against lilm al Chleagtr.
Johnson aald In' hoped to bo ready
Uo eurrcntler wtf Johnson and hi?
Party left, tor Tla Juaua today.
W haw wttat ymt natM In
oot.uMflfH mva compajsy.
"Mate and remtt" 'tfl Vrr-
In order In Mitinlt I In- Inoot.. r,M-
the kland seeae lit "Mule and Ke.
male." founded on lr Jama M.
HarriaV famous play, "Tim Admir
able Crichlon." Cecil II. DeMill.
producer or IhU Inlert paramount
Arlcraft picture, romln to the
Onyx Uu-alcr Balunlay jWjlifilmlSF.i
arfangnn fllm hl'parPW the ar
linn on Knnta Cni;! Islsnil in Uu I'a
cidc ocran, Just uif Hip tlifurnla'
coast. Hut n tropical l-l.mil wai
needeil. Thii did not Worry lh" rr
Sourcefui director, vvlm had sreal
loads or milage and (roplcat piantn
Iransiilanleil. so lht tho AmTlcnn
litland resembled n iml in Iho South
Peas. This Is put ono exempli of
lavish scalti upon which llai
rle ptuy ha berti aildplcd Ho Iho
screen, though tin dellghirully liu
man touch of Hie distinguished dra
matist has been Hrv.y retained.
i no ciinrmtng siory or crlrhlnn,
Ilia Englhli hullcr who becainn hi
maslrr's master ami almost his son-
in-law when a private yacht wos
wrecked on a dcierl isle, Is inter
preted by n greal east of players,
Including Tlinnins Melghan. Olnrla
Bwanson, Llln I-e, Theodore Hob.
erts, Helm Daniel, riuy Oliver nnd
olhers. Mr do Mllle is said In ox-
rel even his rnfiimr prrat suecrstesJ
in iwini oi arnstic prouiictinn.
GRANT COi'NlT HILYER
CLAIMS Rllt.N'C $3fW
Silver Cily. April 8, Ten silver
tearing claliat In Iho Haiti Moun
tain dUtrlcl were sold tail wk fur
fUGCO, the propnrly i.i-lng bid In by
Charles Tale of Amh '!. Non Keo-
lla. rrnresenllng Hip storklmlders
or me wooilward Mining roiiinau.v
Tim sale wns ordeml iiy lite court
ii satisfy a JmiKinent obtained In
itio lnpiro Tnut company ror Ihw
principal nod inlrresi on lond.,
muney iield out by Hie (rmtre. mid
Iho cnls Incurred by reavm nt tho
sale. II Is said Hint the purrhanxra
aro plant ng considerable diveln.
ntcnl w ru for lite romtni; seatmi
(M.I) FOIHI RACER "900"
VAlXt MILE A MINUTE
FnruN Ulcer. "VXT which in 1WU-
01 statiil the I;nrd r-juit ati.m IP-
f. m,,m(. .T!?1 ,n. ",',0 '"""'.! ",'lwi'h Ml'erls'as Heitry Fmil. Frank'
.Harney Ohlfieid ami Henry FortU KuIlcIt a1(I UrMy 0,flncM -
liiliUL'll.. hii l-vuiiuy ui9t;u,i.-i-,i
and bought by w. I Hughsntt,
Pnril dt-nlAi Iti riiiti l-'rmtrtliimv Tlin
I er was cleaned up, shiued and In-
syretl ror OT.utQ. and sent on an
exhibition tour. It was shown (it
tlm Ban Franclwo automobile show
and proved In lio a greal, attraction.
This car undo its debut In lUOl
"Lcfs top it off with a good smoke"
NOTHING touches the spot IHce a okJ ChcsterfkU
amoko and nothlflft can tenck
Chestcrflcltta for tVulncly "tatltfylnf" beaty
tecco6 are Hernlatl to tarlatsi eut kw.mhI
flar quality M flavor.
Now ym ktum why ChaattHUldB "SMhftt"
AjmI hecsxMe thhi W1 to eactealv mmi emmrut
he copied, only QtcaterieUa cmn "satisfy!"
Each package ts wraffMd tot Hiaistwre-araac.
AhMftbse fafer that keea alt t tk otiAIsmm
ff a nra iMiAMAtii ikA i
New and Secoml Haiift Goods
tollHT AND SOLD
CSLIMHIS RMTWE (WttiY
H. H. GINSBERG
when Henry Ford drovo It lo sur-
ersj al a Speed or one mill in .K rt
seconds on nn Iro track built on
HMIimorn Hay. Tho "Ford Time,"
of July. 1603. refcrrinK to "utW
says: "It nn race nrtcr men tn
every part of Iho roun(rf'. Its per
fnrinaneo was a real sensation, net
only hero but nbmad, nnd did as
timrli lo liuke known the name of
Ford as any other cireumstiiiiee "
'Hits miiio nrtlele, after hoalum
nt the .000 Fonl owners lltero
aru now moro Ihau 3,00000 feoin
nn In tell why racing was dint-on-1
llnuetl: "la the rerly days of tip'
(nthiMry rnclni; uitdoubledly sUitiu
I.iIihI builnrs4 and was or hem-lit in
a Irade hiingnr Tor a new prodtl'i.
TtHlity tl in unnermsary to runnu"
in races ami sluitis lo awaken in
(errsl the Interest Is wide awak"
and Hie problem is how 'hesl in
provide fiirthal interrtl which t
crewluK demand ror cars gyldeoci.
thwflTwTii a llmo HioueIi. wlwiitit
entry .INI wn cniHldnntNl roitipleU
until I lie Kuril entry was In. ntttl
llti it'tmii rlhee fmir aiul'ftvn
jeer HRit are rojilcle wilh lrltiitiiM
in runi enrs, iiiuiii-u in victory iij-
Curry Vuuttfy Farinern tire I'liintluu
Clovis, Aprl! Q.0 rowing iteanuts
is n new industry whlcli will bfl
lrlel out by litany of tho tanners In
curry counly during the coming
soion and according to tho cxpcrl-
menls which were tried )ast year
It is rxiteotcd thai the Crop wHl to
n great success. Kmtijct Davis, of
llatirjivnlr, planleil ten acrra of
titilj nn hts farm last year in aMr
bale rows with malic, in ollu-r
word. Itair of Hie gnmnd was given
over In racli crop, end rnm tlm 30
aer' thresheil over BOO bulhels of
maue tieside raising a bumper
rntp or iteamtfs. Mr Davis Ihs
Also dlsrnvrrcd that the peanuts
left on Hie ground make a wonder
ful feed for hugs and fattened ten
head on (tie land alter (he crop
wem harvested. It I tttllcved How
thai in u lew years peattuls will bn'
one or the standard rrops of Curry
counly. ' 1
NKW STATIONERY HTWtK
Ail JoU printing estatillshmeiits,
necesjary adjunts to priuling of.
flcos, carry In stock bundrcils tf
dollars' worth vtiaperfftvetostca,
cartltxiartl; 'elr. Tho Cowricr job
ileparlhtenl carricjr-auch slock.
llavlns secured large,, roowsy
HuarterS Hip purler di-tirca bi
branch oukuiul litis week plarol Im
order fnrnrr up-Imlttte supply or
everything Renerally railed Tor in
an o.ulusivo sfnllourry store.
tjjiwiK'tlloiu shuw cases will be
adtleil fur display purose ami In
a few days this stationery utoro
; will be open lo the public