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MILK VANckllPS
8 LARGE CANS 25
4 SMALL CANS 25
'fresh rnuirs, vegetables, can goods
XMKasIT i4 KXtUA KX OV'Xtt
CITY MKAT MARKEtpiiONK 49
(Ry A. V. ttyma. Ceyarnt.)
(kvopcrftttafl, dwhg lha -present
reconstruct km period. I every,
wherr receiving acrlotM cotttUkra
tiOQ. It I true that a largo num
ber of people are pessimistic as la
thn UeHrHis of the various co-o(Kra-live
movement, wnllo other bo
Have thai cooperation in MMmr and
varied line of our public- Ufa will
wive mny of Iho problem of nur
present reconstruction period.
Two elements re essential In any
ro-operallvo movement; they are n
knowledge of cooperative prin
ciples, ami the spirit to work In c
rnrd with these principle. .Whcro
these conditions fcVe found amoH
the people of a community coop
erative movement "nave a splendid
chance of success. Without them
cooperation will fall. But wo biome a new movement known
rd of soe&ia.
Them wM'. Ue mheiilfc W
mil believed Haw reihrion
individual affair; that ewK wm a
cotmtable, for hH own uui only
lie, therefore, wRfeftrew frem Win
frivolous ' crewd to the won!
where In e !! to ctniW giv) ex
pression to the faith that wh with
in him. Hut asceticism, as it
should, failed because It Individu
alism and Mtltislon kept It from
touching other lives, for belter ur
for worse, In order to perpctualo It-
seir.
Hut when mtn began to re!lia
that religion wm a social affair, and
that the individual could help him
self best by utriifling (hose about
him, small groups cc-operaled to
carry out a cwnmon program. Ai
their knowledge of co-operallve ef
fort and willing spirit lo work In
nether Increased, churches and d.
nominations wero .formed. Now
lleve that the time U rapidly -ap
proaching- when the people of tnoit
communities will hilly understand
the principles of cooperation In
liuiiness because cooperation In
government. In religion, and In.ed
ucatkm, has shown the advantage
of cooperation along these lines,
and this has partially prepared the
tievple for co-operation In business.
(The Pilgrim forefather were
among the most enlightened In Ihelr
native land. They hated tyranny In
all of its fonrtSJ Ihey believed In
liolltlcal democracy; and the strong
were willing lo surrender certain
powers for (he benefit of all. There
fore, they were 'well equipped to
lay the foundations for tho might
lest cooperative movement the
world his ever known a demo
rraUe government. Hut without Hit
knowledge and the spirit of coop
eration, on the pan of the people,
Mexico's government based on the
same principles as our own lias
failed. Only an enllghtfned and
fair-minded peoplo can carry on a
drmocratio form of government;
and these ran do It only with many
mistakes. trial, and IriWatlofls,
As to farm add tyiies at religion,
craitc haa bee aaoat aJfttUiat for
raWng tfce moraj ww soe
the tnler-Church World Movement
which Is more democratic and co
operative I ham any previous re
ligious movement, as It seeks lo
co-ordinate nil of the evangelical
forces of Hie world In tarry out
with a united front, a common pro
gram. This Is a inlghty co-operatlva
movement, ami H will succeed be
cause tho denominations co-operating
in It have reallted Iho value of
cooperation and are willing lo work
In accord with I run cooperative
principles. Tills (raining, even
though many blunders will tie made
In attaining tho desired results, will
partially prepare Its cooperalors In
succeed cooperatively along olliir
lines.
In the days when education was
an Indvidual ins tier only one out
of many thousands could boast of
even an ordinary learning, and clvi-
litalion In those cays ntade very
slow progress, because the people
In possession of the largest ability
used that ability to further their
own schemes and purosrs only,
and often at the expense of tho
many. Finally. It dawned on
mall porllosi of the mass that' more
education was necessary to rope
with their more formidable enemy.
the educated man. The entire evo
lutionary procesa of education need
not be detailed here, bvt Us re
MllM of IhW proMM It WMaMMti
nv sytief.! er wimatm t& wfcte
who
M othr smHMsssiii is
sffH an edwathiswf aiaya f
In vww business
enitttemihOt h irii sn
trktw. at hML not km uw
Watw. Xrorwktea, amow
may s twewinswn m vm.
Me pofiw ht aiay m
m taw unna Mtwi am m a
losmMelMasi ehftraetar tM la Mri
the uria? couartriaa dita l
eawmiyt wwf wv iMsam s as
Mmm for mm ItMm a bwndfttf
ream Hwo coi)0(MtMsM msbsJ
to More or le uoHU(i; sjassjt afi
lhm arc poaaested wKh MP fat-rkh-sjtttck
aswl leM tett-sway aawM.
.wuraRr, uiey mi itm mom
(dace ad this makes it iMncwM.
wmoet Impossible lo MitM lss
proper community spirit aod UaW.
ei for a coopwaiiee kmmm
terprfee,
Tho second reason for Use
develotHiient of the purey
erallve liualneM enVevisrssa
een the lack of sunkteM
experleaeo en Uw prt e
rlth
Hse ev
oneratora (a com w
IneM. Privste bustocu Is
aware Uiai it wW deefeaH m tax
same proportion thai caoyarirtaw
nusines increase, attf H
slnilo In every way (isnltlu
maintain Hself. and bavhsg had
advantage of experience, privsio
business has succeeded n cauaamt
the failure of a larsn maJerHs' yt
cooperative bustftcM rntwpriea.
Hut In splto of failures, the -
operative moveinenia keefi
ONYX THEATRE
The place where everybody goes
WEEK CoRiHiencing SUNDAY, April 11
Last time today! Special mm .
"Male & Female"
Cecil DeMHU's Latest Production
with All Star Cast
All tho passions and Yeanlnjs of the race fused into an inspiring
story that tcats with red blood.
MM)AY, ATWK. t3
My AllMoti in
tETJMi OF MAIT
Will girl chooto love beforo weaftli?
TUMMMY, AMH. M
'TIGHT SQUEEZE" SmcMn Mr
CHRISTY COMEDY
A NMUiT OF JOY AND LAUfiNTKit
wmmmux, Amu if
EVELYN NESBIT in
1 UNT TJ PBRGEF
One
: 14M II vh han in the batearo.
TIKJBal&A dWBL i5
Elsie Ferguson in
"S FkHSMN IK"
It h wlw tor man to wed a Frwtth cirl?
-UK imam ttrmx returns rKvrvmm nmcn iuh
FAttte rnvrnvn mkawt nkws
lMm.1t NMMf mAMA .WIT MMrT MMN tmi 'lMOt.
i
tummmrn, mm. n
iW tm WlMfFT
featuring Miy Allison
Ing up, because, in theory, at NhL
they are" recosjuleed as Msisj vari
recijiy opponents as well 'M by
promoters, Ihouab. In. praeMte
mese movements mvo
largely in failure.
through educatlott and ex
the mass Is gradually learnt; tHe
reason for the defeat and downMI
of these Institution, and 'a$peirs
lo be determined lo train Maetf In
succeed. The mass, therefore, will
continue until It has learned thor-
mutiny me lessons of cooperative
business.
Anyone familiar wilh lha hlstnrv
of tho development of human so
ciety must recognize that the . co
operative movements are a part or
the evolutionary process making
lowara a more perfect and har
monious society, "and it doth not
yet appear" what tho end ahall he.
Hut It must be remembered tfcal
tills movement toward htdustfUt
democracy, which Is boufcd to eonsp,
will, in thn cemiita;, make as aisar
blunders as the fcMvcttad tawwrd
political, reltaloiw Mil educational
democrae'.
Wo predict, IhereforA that eo-
operative Business, bhc rally wHI
succeed sooner or Isder. And tho
community thai dednKely commits
ilself to such a project, fam(arlies
l(self with the genuine cooperatlvo
principles, resolves to work In ie.
cord with those principles, and
gusrds against tho undermining in-
turners oi privaio business, will
do mo ursi m succeed.
Mr. and Mrs. Frost EuterUln.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Frost fitter-
tained with two tables of five hun.
dml Thursday evening. The most
delicious shcrbcrt aud cake were
dispensed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. a Franklin. Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Cox, Mesdamcs Chop
pin, John Cooney and Floyd Whito
were those enjoying Mr. and Mr.
Frost's hojillality.
OMMTKa; AM.
WK UUY. HAiafi. AND IWIX PUIl.
harlu rabtdts and other fur-
bearing animals. List what you
have with us, statin your lowest
prices on urge lot shipments
Tiie Fur A Specially Farming
Co, BI5-SI7 K. t. ave, Fargo, s.
- "k. aprlS
FOK BALE 1817 DODGE TOUR-
w car, in good condition; good
rubber; two spare casta, one
new. Phono or tee T. L. Darn
house at t:th Cavalry Service
Club. - marM-AprS
FOR 8AI.U ONE CHARTER OAS.
mm ettitie. It h. p.; l-S-lnch
ceatrifual pwnu, geod coHdUton;
both, 9mm. AddrM A. L.
Whtw, ar sWIIvery, Kl
rsso, Texas,
FOR RE.VT--7 R00M HOUSE, FUlt
nli-llP.1 ll nr url nf bmunr I..
ctd on NprthFlrt alrceU AU
room iJctxi houw on North Sec
ond street Se Mrs. Wm. Anderson
or call at Courier efce.
FOR HALB--MILCH COW, 4 YEARS
ow: pari NClfttln:.RtvlMt over 3
eatkns milk per day; HJC for quick
sale. 200 while brick, cheap; 60
ft-neo post. ROHKRT CUCK.
ROOM FOR RKNT FURNISHED
ireHi room, wkn uotwieeimig
riie; m private home, rc-
IsSU
WmTT
Iied tires, bras m peacUcaily
a hw car. ree atr, ufMOft, am.
24 TM l.NTNTflY NDfU.
JoTomU Md Mr.
of a dsikoMful immlif
parly Itoaday aaghi. Mamy gtfeMN
SenMMit mst Mm. WUIkaan ft.
art aa4
ttsrtMMgfA tkiistgal MLvia TWWBl
ThOM wiiuiiM Braa (sjara; fttsavsay
Hergesnt WHHmi IfAita, lat
pels; Mia Da via. tatoMl pttm,
heating Sara WiMa t
thre nnaria, wfctoh ifciswsa Mat sad
Mrs. warran ht rtt) tw aatass to
tl her. Btow naasay anlwss mm M
take la win Use mH
After the aM aavd a lively (,
iMIckm refTMhaassata wero Mtvd.
The guU atl 'dagmlut ai a kite
hour, eWjwKiaj Ut Hns)Mt awd
and detktriwt IMsn the real host
and heat of th iivaalm. '
"Well, I n state thee are My lm
provmiinti arauod hare. The 4
dler I laarovfatf tft-e riglouat mi
the ri'atnat m liiaas u rhiig th cKy.
In fael, evsrylMwg ks tamrevlaf.
Th4 aa4dira a-a kasassjviaat hsr
having their hair ttraWHanad. and
aiao ism ajfets are tansravhag b
using saere powder and crm, and
'vervthliUF.
The govern inent hi making- a awed
Improvement by kmihNg an ke and
cold storage plant, and Axing up tho
basenau wammxt atv4 "very in ing.
Our Aral K-rgeawl I proving
now akca his Meney IHhkIi has
been coming lo tea him, til full of
smiles and vcryihrac.
Yes, (wtr captain to also Ifnrov
ing. Ho Has sold hk Ford carml
now 'ha a line Hupmoblle, and
veryifrwg.
I ahw aM.tome mlgMy pretly
dre womc Wirowth tho camp at
times. FrM Mm1 I judftc that the
Haaaar aad Fein's have Improved
a i so.
Sergeant John Hrvey Is Inmrov.
Ing (its hotel on Iho west of Villa's
hill. It seems as though he Is ex
tw ting a great deal of company In
un near ruturc.
Our cooks made a great Improve
meni lau Htinuay ny having some
nice roast Bork and brown araw:
also aomo creamed pcaa. All of
winch Just stilled my apfellte and
I was talking lo a young lady Iho
other day. Her conversation was
flno and 'verythmg, but sho did mil
talk as sho usually docs. Judging
rrom inat I ihtttk thl Cornora
Weley Royera ka been over to cU
on cr.
Vow Utey Have setoff! hero for
lM'SOMm. aMd Htoae wha euttuA
read ad write have alafcaflco In
(ram, and lot of them are gomg
becatwo tbry realise that they need
Mw inHHroVefHem ahd 'verylhlng.
TOMEf H C McOtLU
Orderly Co. "C," 2h Inrantry.
Woman'a- Oak Mrcta.
The Stth Infantry Woman'a Chili
met In their regular ineetlng .Wed
nesday from 4 to 0 o'clock at the
reaideneo of Mrs. William J. Town-
tends, Mar. 30th,
Tho meeting was a very nleasinl
one. Tho main event wos election
of officers for tho ensuing year.
i9 oiHcer elected wero as fol
lows:
Mrs. fj. Stewart Recording sec.
rcxary.
Mrs. E. Swagerly Asi slant sec.
relant.
Mr.T. Majors Treasurer.
Mrs. C Tnwnsend Chairman of
trustee board.
Mm. L. Folkcr Orator.
Mr, a VanConpor Vlcenresl
Jdr. M. H. Brooks-President.
8taawg or sick commWtee Mrs.
C. Tow at rod. r.balrmaa; Mrs. K.
Swaawtj-, Mrs. L. Stewart, sec ro
tary ; Mr. I. UavM, Mrs. L. Baxter,
qumwim abb.
UMTDf) STATES CIVII, SKRVICK
'COM18MON-Th(i United Slates
CIvM Service Coulion announces
that a scasMtresl noK-educatloiial
MlaaHon will bo held on April
M, MM, for Iho pwpoao f Allhtg
a vaeaacy m the potlllon or (cam
itmi ta the Satvago Department,
at CetamfcM, N. M. AppllealkM)
hmkrn4 further Iwfermation my
Kh obtained from lha local seen
Tary, sWd of Civil Bervleo Kxam-
imm; k tM uohHwtJUs, . , . po
w
slsssadsssSaHaiaHaa
.awgs" m aassssar "
Jr .r ?f '' --
JFTX)T-FITTE&Tl
Iniji tfkmmgim A km.:'
AtMf tmJ imp mmntm tim i mid ImK , Jk
rtcK keeps foot fkm ski L
ing forward! Narrow and siwpi
hel-swit rvd counter folloi) i$&unl
curvature cf foot tKi KoldinfJ it' "
petrtien! Rig tK fa aJt oW Mm
the pjpr an vtal 7k at4y mm f .
ki'l&wl in 4m ivorkst
rHy to artM 'VM at tttminatrmtiun U 'fSlST -t
"FOOT-FITTERS" FIT ALL F1ET A
saa ii ill m aia a
II Sli II alii till aWJ
CUT Tl AD OUT AND 8F.ND TO
wwmi a rwt of Rim and we will
dW4afi and make ofte print of each
raweaure fm f charge. Nat
aad after Aarit w. Anson Wit
Itisa, Bax N8. Khtvm Cily, Mo.
WAXTBO A fairly well educated
aM ta wsrir hi arkUhwr ofgeo.
dhdrshwW type, etc.; 8 hour a da)-;
want" g4ri who will stick, who
neatat hk mmcy, uourter pixco;
FOU RENT Two seAUy furnkhed
Mwmw with bftth, bet and cold
water aMi ;eteclrlfl light. InaHlro
of CitwadiWttNf Wtw.
WW W&Kr-Z MtavN tecofld
MM re)atrat Ml; oip.
Msawtr si Onyx thoer or at
Gewter trfe.
yr8Ai.t-OaQ e (ke iwot up-to- FQft JtKJJT FHrthed liouse. three
room ana nawi; ysra lenceif;
m. Mrs. J. K. Of.
' dato biMgatowa Hi Columbus. Run!
ROLUHBUS THEATRF
af"""" I' I'l ll )) '
SATURDAY, APRIL 10
ALL STAR W1STHRN AND COMEDY
"THE HEART OF BIG iftlf
T-tiH JOHN LOW EL MISS DAKOTA LAW
RN& !. ' "".
"THE JFARMERETTEM
Wkfc CALK HHRY, 1 fm
"MUSTEREO CMJT
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