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Kntrrrd ol tho po'loMco at Co
lumbus, is. M. a second class niai
Friday, April 30. J32.
An American legion post Is as
sured for Colnmmu. teerelary Mr
hVmy nf I hi Chamber of Cnminerro
Is now in correspondence' with Hip
imxr officials ami a call will wmi
lie made for a meeting of Ihe nrw
Henry llnrlon nay thai when Hip
next libel trial cpmes off he will
put In ecral citro wire between
Columbus and Demlnir. "Ton much
alratn for one wire, said Henry.
They mid to your trouble.
They subtract from your pleasures.
They divide your allenllnn,
They multiply like h I.
The fellow who watchra the clock
in liable In remain a ham!,
JACK O-ftttlKN. COWBOY:
HOW UK LKAKIOCl) TO Itllll
Jack O'llrien officially John II
O'llrlen, director general of the Vir
ginia I'earson I'hotoplays, Inc. was
a member (if the old western Kssa.
nay company that made Ilroncho
Hilly pictures. That was, nf course
long before Im directed I.llllau an
Dorothy Olsh, under I). V. Hrlf-
nth a supervision, and Mary I'lcx
ford In several Famous Player pie
A humnroua twinkle cornea Inl
O'llrlen' ryea when be relate the
Incident leading up to hi cutticc
men wllh Ilroncho llllly'i famotlf
western outfit. Hiding wa lint first
requisite nf any one applying for
Job In weslernersnnd the question
wa immediately put up to u iirirn
"Id never ridden In my life.
O llricn confessed to na. "Hut
wouldn't bo downed so easily
thai and pretended that I bad ha'
a lot of experience.
"They brought over n horse ini
there wan a certain look in Ilia'
hone's eye that I didn't emrlly
like. Hut 1 had gone too far hi I urn
bark at this late stage of the gain
and I mounted said equine.
"Well, we rode! I can't rememb,
much about that ride ewpl Hint
held on to that horse with all my
might. He Jumned over fences an
dilche with dlsionccrling Imnar
llallly, and I held on, prayinv Ihal
the end would lie sudden and nol
long drawn out
"Then Ilroncho Hilly himself
came In my rescue. 'Here, you
hn shouted, 'you don't have to show
us all that fancy stuff wp can sec
you can ride, all right.
"Well, I was hired and Iben
bewn to take, lessons In earnest."
O'llrlen directed Virginia Pear
son's newest picture, "Impossible
,uamerine, which is snowing to
night at the Columbus.' II Is a
dramatic farce-comedy and present
MM 1 I'wson in nn entirely new
role that of a hoyden and a man
Little Stories of SuceftM.
A'manliftll':of an editor wbn start
rd 'poor twenty years su and has
retired with a comfortable fortune
of 3O,00O. This money was oc
quired through Industry, economy,
conscientious effort to give full
value, indomitable perseverance, and
the death of an undo who left tho.
editor tUWOZO. Die Pella ,low
Where? WI10T When?
It looks tike a wet summer. Ne
braska City (Neli.) Press.
(hy Aunclated Pre'
V1F..NNA, Anlrhi, Aivrll HiBy
mall.) 0e fiNh nofiuUtlofl of Aiu
Irla, lna,me member of the fam-
llle of cenlrsl, iimVIiicM imd hvu
icinal govrnimcnl emwoyes. se
supported by the Uniyei-s, aeoesl-
ing to Ilia naner. "ew nwit
o'ejock." In an artlclu suesllonlng
stale iiy the flnwire minister,
In the negotiation recently con
luded between tho esMiet council
and employes of the cenlrs;! gov
ernmenl for a Keneral iurew ht
salaries and allowance!, the top-
heaviness of Iho Austrian govern
menial machine was revealed. For.
elgn ohsnrvers and Investigators
having In do with bo tieace seltle
nieul repeatedly hnvo commented
on the extravagant number of civil
servants employed - In all depart
Dr. Helsch admlttt In Ilia dis
cussion that tli civil list mini-
tiered 220,000 persons. The New
higlil n Clock, however, cballengnl
thai flgtiro as Umi low and declanvl
Ihal If the varlmls liquidation com-
mifslons and nlher positions cre
ated under nfler-war conditions
were laken Inlo ronslderallnn
would be limvn that there are not
far from 000,000 government em
Austria Jik only 0.000.000 norm
lotion, and It Is estimated (hat
each miveniment salary supiiorts
a ramlly or four. The newspapers
generally are uniting In a demand
that the civil Hit be reduced by
the immediate dismissal of 10 per
The adjustment reached about
March IS adds a round 5.000,000,000
crowns to the already appalllnc
deficit that confronts tho govern
mem. It Is In tie met by anolhc
increase In tho price of tobacco
products and in public utility
rales, such as railway freight and
passenger tariffs and possibly post
aire and telegraphs.
About the only concession the
government won was an Increase
In hours of from tlx to seven
day with the Understanding that
possible extension to an eight-hour
day would lie the luibjecl of fur
Employes of Iho national states
or provinces, apart from those of
Iho central government, are also
demanding a heavy increase In sal
arles and allowances. At first they
made an effort to Join force with
the latter, but this liecsme com.
plicated and was defeated by the
demand of the municipal employes
or Vienna In bo admitted to th
combination favored by the new
government scale. Government
servants In Austria enjoy a siieclal
low railway rale, but among the
demands they made, which was
refused, was freo transportation.
Figures Just compiled show that
In 1013 an average family of foil
persons, living in the most modest
manner and eliminating all luxu
Hps, spent 3970 crowns a year
while: now the sanm necessities.
available, would cost about Z3ffM
The more lliougblful and serious
newspapers point out that Iho in
creased wage, scale Is only another
step In the "vicious circle and
that the uncontrolled merchand'xer
will put up prices corresponding!
On every band Ihe question
asked. "When wilt tho end come
and what IhenT
Meanwhile the government Says
It ran nol decrease Ihe civil list
and dismiss so large a number of
men. when there Is no employment
oncn to them, and einlirratiou
practically prohibited It would.
ther say. bring about "a crisis.'
In some quarters. It If asserted.
we government is powerless 10
break down Ihe old bureaucracy.
It is a firmly entrenched relic of
the empire. It Is said, and In touch
it would mean political izMi for
lli KOvernm.i JtravS enough to
Twenty Mile to the Cation.
It is said a gentleman from town
went to the country and saw lacked
pn a wayside house this .legend:
"8!der fur Sail " ond fnterlngv osked
of tho rural dispenser, "Is this bard
"Sure," said he.
"How hard Is It?"
"Well, my litres) man, who never
was right pert, filled up nn the
stuff Iho ojher-dty an' III down the
big road ycllln' 'fllory hallelujah!
Cm still in th' home of th' brave
an' lh' land of th free,"
"Glmmo a gallon," said the Delni-
nlan. Ilelioni (Mlts.) Hanncr,
Klllmg Over Omrt Case.
CAIlLSIua N. M, April sa-o.
0, ChancO was arrested here Tu
day (it connection wllh tho death
of ). T. Hawkins. Hawkins was
killer near Knowle, N. M. II 14
said it dispute arising out of a, court
caso on U-ial. at .Lavlngton was re
sponslblofor Die tragedy.
do to thn '
- KUMU cum
JOE JACKSON, Prop.
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Ws4l Ctiy, t AtsSs
8avt ThtmsslvM a TrssH.
Mr. and Mns. Bpencer and sen and
Vtr. Itodsers and Mr, Scott, H from
near Fairfield, came over last wek
o look at the church ... Mr. and
Urs. Jake tllshnp, Mrs. Pnra Mshop
ind Mrs. Tvd Donovan were at K9
eka Bsjnnlay erenlog to'm tho
hurch Kuresa Correseeisea
Yashtngton, la. Journal.
NOT TO BE COMFLAINtNO.
Oar M ( bsolt 1st
slug JJgnl Is th puVlle
U 9 a eolltotloBil un4
Quick. Wausn. th Hat Plnl
Desr OITacIn: Should a mother la
snnrn, t. tie called a paeeea-SMr
. U Dcihlcr, Ool.
Tpcwrlter ribbons. Ink wells at
iho Daily courier ouicc.
Democratic Cowity Ttettei.
J. L. ORENWOOq.
P. L. 8MYEH.
For County Treasurer:
W. J. HEftHY,
For County Assessor:
J. T. HUNTEll.
For County Clerk:
1. A. HUOIIES.
For 8iiierlutcndcnl of Schools:
MIIS. JOE WILLA HKI.lj.
For I'robale Judge:
u. m, anovK.
For County Commissioner, D1L 1
J. L. LOITI8.
For County Commissioner, DHL
JAME8 A. nttEA.
For County Commissioner, DIM. .';
D. J. CHADIiOIlN. f
"11 LACK Ac XVII ITK"
Just received big tub full
of Black and White Oint
ment, a big liox full ilf Rterk
and WhHe rV rouble CreaHH,
big quantity of Hk Brenln,
Face foHitrr, Taktmt Poh'.
tier, ftutntno fofnwtr, fro
acrhWH No. V2323, both
slsrs, etc. at ,
C0LUMWS MUG CO.
Aentsi for Cohtmsnm
Wtte WoUhtf Pafier, largo sheets,
for office desks; also Tlituni
Tack to keep It In place.
Writing ropers for ladles omS
gentlemen; all colors and sizes.
Ink alt colors, and Ink Wells.
WIRK WASTE BASKETS
(Tho Largo slio.j
Larg stock CregM Pupcrs, sM
coters, foe almost every dm.
The Book Shop
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The Palace Market
FiSE MEATS AM) qnOCEKIEi)
Mr. O'Loone, Corsetl lere.
Pj.II al H'tjinnn Mia.
Paul I. Walker,
CswBer Wast FewrtJi
Saves you Monoy on Grpeeriei
B. BOX80S -t
s.i . ,j . ' u ,P . ,
mm nn, Amui atnunman wntm.
TiiT ili 1 1
Our Guarantee ft Our
together with honest, ablo and experienced
officers and tho financial standing of our
stockholders; Wo are subject to tho strict
liuwctlon of tho
V do a conservative Hanking business.
YOr Ill'N NO IU8K. Wo bavo tho most
uiKtddalo vault equipment and carry In
surance against burglary. Try us for sound
Hanking on lluslness Principles.
COLUMBUS STATE BANK
Interest l'ald on Tlmo Deposits; Iians Made
MANHATTAN HEIGHTS I
IS THE SELECT 5UBUI VISION Vt I HIS till J
Its location is ideal, Streets Graded. Plenty of Water Back 1
1 2room frame, close
I Two 2-room houses
1 4 room adobe and
2 room adobe and
! Residence lots near
Carl 8c Engendorf
OWNUS Of MANIIA1TAN ItKtOllTg
SECOND STREET SOUTH. COLUMBUS N. M.
n 1 1 M l I H II 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 II I H-W4-H I W 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 H-l 1
i'OR DRINKS WITH VKL
COLUMBUS BOTTLING WQftKS
VTR DI8TRIUUTE "EXMLSO"
TRY A CASE AND
J. R. BLAIR
Columbus & Western Hew
Mtxko Townsiti CsoTf any
PROMOTERS OF COLVMBVS
See iu far town lots, buiincK and residence
projMiTjr. Oil Lcuci tsd Valley Land;
B. E. SISCO
Ono Mock BcrHi mi lsssK Mock
Kant of th M. K. Otwck.
in; house & lot $ 500 i
and 4 lots. . 1250!
2 lots, cloe iii,,,1500i
1 lot. . . . 350;
School House 70 1
1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 HI I M 1 1 II 1 1 WWHHHH-1 1 1 1 iT
BE CONVINCED l?
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mttk) rat bo M tUlly at