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HHHK
"If I Only Had
the Money"
WHAT 18 VOUB DHKAMT
Is It to owf u5r liomo some,
homo sotnn dayt-Uo buy n
farmf--lo set up In huslncs
for yoursoHT
WHAT 18 Y01J11 DIlEAMt
la 11 to. give. yourfchfidreiL n
belter start fit. II fo lrin.1 you
had T n college, training for
your ttojr or glrlT
WHAT IB YOOn DIlEAMt
To own your cart dV li
on "Eaay "Blrccl"? frco from
financial and money worrleaf
to Imj somebody? successful
anil prosperous?
Perhapifyoffr own particular
dream Is nut one of thcte, lmt
whaUivur It Is, you will surely
nrr-d'inoro money than you
liavo now.
A dream worlli dreaming I
a dream worth making coma
true Dream) coind true
through saving.
Blurt n bajik account keep
a liank account save tome
llilng and deposit It regularly
every pay day buy War Sav
ings titninpa, loo.
THE COLUMBUS STATE BANK
A. J. WELD, CMr
nai.f m any
Th ntw Brwllltti ambaaaador at
Washington.
Beauty Chats
By EDNA KtT FORBES
Hot Weather CoHVemeitces !
1HHHH(WHIHIWttlllllllllllllllllllllllllll
Thera if no use of the ladies of this city making
housekeeping burden when there are so many
clectriu.1 p .ances to lighten the work. You
can cook breakfait on an electric toaster, clean
house with a vacuum clcsncr, and do your iron
ing with an electric iron. If you will call up we
will send a man down to explain their merits.
The Columbus Ice & Electric Co.
A TALK OX HAIIl
MOHT hair troubles twin with
dandruff. Now, dandruff la a
germ, Jual like any other disrate rrrm,
isd. Ilk them. It la ralrhlni. If two
Ins llii- Mine bruali and on haa dan
ururr, tne otner nnn win eaten it. a
thorough ahatnpon with coconut nil
snap, following tlir drying of a whole
tag nn the acalp, will take away all
dandruff for ttie time, and eventually,
cure It for good. Title may take any.
where from two months to two yearn
driwndlng upon the health of the hair.
GAS GOES UP
kilo the
BIG BOTTLE
ski: what voU gkY
cirr WHAT YOU SKH
Columbus Filling Station
MADE IN COLUMBUS
BREAD
AND
PASTRY
HOT FHHM OVEN KVKHY DAY
NEW COLUMBUS BAKERY
Adolnlug Hotel Clark;
w
estern r ront
WILL GRAY, Proprietor
After thd Shows' visit this well known Cabaret and listen
to the latest Jazz Music and be served with
COOL, REFRESHING SOFT DRINKS
STAPLE AND FANCY"
, GROCERIES
FRUITS and VEGETABLES-
- FRESH AND BARBECUED toEAiTS '
CITY MARKET1
Toxworth-Galbraitli Lwdtor Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUMBER
COMPOSITION RQOFINgTsK IALTY
LmIIi, Slilndtm, HsU,
Doors, Moulding,
inrtil, Urry I'loster,
rtt
Good Hair Can Da tht Poiattslon of
Evary Woman.
Moat people need a hair tonic. Dry
hair tmw I lie eralp la not producing
enough nourlahlng oil; oily hatrahuwe
an over production. Ihe effort of the
acalp to oTerrome dandruff and oilier
troubles. Tonlra Containing niurli al
cohol 'are usually lo he avoided, for
alcohol drtea and oflrn make the hair
graf.
Fulim hair and pada era to be avoid.
eil; they heat and Irritate the aralp.
The enda of Ihe hair alio iliJ be tinged
or cut once a month lo preri-nt split
enda, 1'oor lialr ahnuld have a Ionic
raasiagcd In every night, good hair
once a week.
(CopjTiaht)
What tho Sphmx Says
By NEWTON NEWKIRK.
1 1 a
I hi an
niant do. but
when you're
HaVsMaloHH don't do
the slo-vlllalni do,
DIAMOND
moras
Mll'J LUInrMrmV M4r wtlh Hie
HeW Hot wa .brief.
Pat Jlnran la havlnc trouble setting
Kl "heat pitching iiaff In the IragtM"
aMalftftlrnrrJ away,
,.t t
Oroter lowdrmlik. fchlcsgo Whllo
ffox pitcher, has been relumed to the
Minneapolis A. A, club.
Kinm City la making another aao
at bolstering lla outfield by buying Joe
Itlerafmm the Chicago Nationals.
Nearly verr Bitmher of the Cleve-
land cloh la a heavy peanut enter.
Other cluba ahoutd try the nut diet.
Walter Johnton la gelling lilt bump
ing tee often for the peace of mind
of Clark Griffith and Washington fana.
The rimer that Jack Coontha tnlaht
supplant Hush Jcnnlnca a manager
of the Tlgera la llaleil In telrnlt a
One of the raving graces of the Oak
land teem la Hark Miller, who la hark
on the job and hitting them a mile ae
niual.
The Union lied Roi. having let nut
all of Ihelr alar player, are now In
a pmltlnn to win Ihe pennant In the
American league.
To make room for hie new pitching
mnterlnl Managrr llnndrlrka of the
llMMlrr eold Karl Adama lo Tulia of
the Weatern Icasue.
Waller Hchmldt being on the Jolt, the
riralea had no further e for Nig
Clarke and the veteran catcher waa
given hla rrleaie.
e
Max Flack la the bright alar of the
Chlregn Cuba Iheae daya and la having
a big eenvin to date, billing, fielding
and bate running.
Ollle O'Mara la trylnir hla bet to
prove what Jack Itendrlcka uld of
htm that he'a the beet ball player In,
the American aMorlallnn.
Turk Turner, the pllrher aecumt by
Ihe Cuba fMm llloomlticlon. haa le,-n
rtlenaed In Totnla Turk had plenty
of iluff, hut lacked control.
Uiiplre Ollle Chill U m amnll that
when he atanda behind Tmrk llnunah
ho can't aee na much of the game ai
the klda In the center Held bleacher".
Tom lwghnat. fermer long dlatance
running rhamiilnn. haa applied tn the
Canadian anldlrra' aettlement hoard
for a grant of land to take up farm
ing. Owner Kbbctta of the Dodgrra' la
thinking of elrlklug off medala mm
ineinorallnc t'ne M Winlngt of bate
hall -plt,)ed by hta team In three
daya.
Mr. Dodo 1. I'ankert. the reluvenaled
gardener, eonllnura to grab off hla
dally baae hlla. The aun la ahtntng
brightly for the veteran, and each aft
ernoon la perfect.
,
Fred Toney la matrxllan of the Tex
an wildcat, the Olanta' maaeot. Toney
haa a trained hear at hla home In Ten
nrce, and Mcflran- thlnka he la ijual
Iflcd to lame the wildcat.
Joe Harrla, the Drat aarkrr. ao badly
needed by the Indian to help the vet.
eran Doc Johnaton take rare of Ihe Ini
tial bag, ia with thn Franklin tram
tn the fennaylvanla hi eel league.
Several major league cluha are
keeping arouta on the trail of Kmle
Knob and It looka like the eoulhpaw
will return In the majort. He recenlly
hurled a no-hlt game agaloat Kaniai
Cliy.
Mike MrNnlly la going ao good that
Harrow apparently doe not dare to
dltiirh Urn prenent arrangement '
hla Infield, even nllh audi' another
brilliant performer at Oartr Vltt
available.
EXTRA SPECIAL
Mf?rHtllHWfr4lttffr)
AH of Our Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear at
Great Reduction !
Any Ladies' Dress, Skirt of
Waist
20 per cent Discount
The Bazaar, Inc.
tMI M-M I mi 1 1 1 I'M !ttl Itl 1 1 H II ltlllMMM rtM I T W4Whmill l-
COI.l'MHlH l.ltDUV NO W I
has h.uu maciiim:
J. V. Vinson, manngrr of Hie Co-
lumlMia Kleam lumdry, liaa tnillt
tip a laundry Imalne which la I he
Inrgrat In Hit alalc of New Mexico
and einnllril only in Kl l'n
Tills epleinliil Imi.Iiiiii Iiih Ihh'II
ilexeliipril liy Mr. VIiimiii lliniuuli
Army eontrarla. Ilnndirapiinl at 1 1 1 -tart
hy laok or rqiilpincnt ami liar
naaril Jiy frrlglit congeatlon which
prevented tlellvary of euplle, Mr
Vinson lias hail lua own Inmlilea.
hut liwlny hla Imtililea aa fur na
i'iiilptnrnl Is ronri'rneil are over
A new rtillur mnehlni" luia nrrlviil
anil la bring Insliilhil. iiiul will Ira In
working ronilltion Monday. July 10
Mr. Vinson ijiianiiilri-s to iron cnllara
i-qiinl or tiiperior lo any Ininulry In
Kl I'nso.
(Viluiiihtu peuple alioulil reson(l
lo Ihe oxerllona of Mr. anil Mrs. J. K
A'liison-hy eenilino' all of their laun
dry work lo Una enlcrnriimg firm
.Vox I Moniliiy (eleptmne No. and
II llirm to rail for your lnurlry
8TAND OFF Kl. PAW) NOW.
IVopIo who wear alnrched collars
ran now have llicin ironeti in mo
must up to date manner by cndlni;
llirm in Hi" uiiiimmis hi cam iiun
dry. iiliimo VS. A new collar mnchint1
lias Ihhmi niiiii'd in tup eqtiipmcui.
riaklim thin concern not only the
lurgt'st hut onn of the heal laundries
in the slnlo. The payroll or Hie
laundry Inst week waa 525, nnd It is
approximately Ihe tame every weoK
Johnson Bros.
frWrJFsfpSaBSaaa'l
. V
0 CONNOR DON
cPy VKKBSDEBXM
Uit year the Cincinnati IleiU
couldn't get runa behind Jimmy King
and he had tn pitch n shutout tn win.
Thla aprlng the lleda have generally
bad great hatting beea when King wit
pitching for them.
The pitcher who utea the eplthall
llila year evidently flgurea It la hla
lait time on earth and be might at
well keep na Addling while Home
hurne, getllngwhat aailtfartlon he can
nut of the muilc he makea,
The nirmlngham cluh hat aerated
Mrvka, young outfielder from Iul-
vllle. Hla ntmo la ao much like that
of Hurry Meeka or faruoua memory
that the nirmlngham fana are expect
ing htm lo ba a great twtttcr.
Whenever a hateball magnate hat
reached the limit and thinks ha ran
hold the rant' patient a little bit long
er, he glvet out notice to the presi
that ho'a Jhlnklng of algnlng Nap M
Jole or liana Wagner. Foolt nobody,
however.
Thett ara the daya when the active
llltle fellnwe mora and more win fa
vor as catchera In the major teaguta.
fTL D 1 n hackaiop that wouldn't trade him for
1 IIC 1 i mtc maifttl , pthnik, a Hurl, ao O'.
' I'lNE MliUS XKU unwmwa tcra or a 1'crkloa,
O'Connor Den of Clanalla, Iralahd,
la to marry hie klntweman, Qwtndo
line O'Connor The O'Connor Den la
a direct lineal dcaeandant of King;
Roderick O'Connor who extrtlttd an
prtm tovtralgnty In Ireland until
1172, whan he aurrendtred hla tceptar
to King Henry II ef Knjlind.
ust Ti;t:iii:us- iixaminations
I doairt lo liring lo the ntli'titlou
ol all teachers In the rniinty and
those that oxpect lo trarh in l.unu
county who are not pniperly cert ill
ruled under Ihe laws of the elate or
New Mexico, that tho next nnd last
loachera' examination will he held
July St nnd Si I WD. in Ihe orriro of
the sjuperlntenilcnt of echonls in tho
l.unu county court liouao nl Doming.
It la necnaury that lenrhrrs nl
lend In Ihis mailers and are their
rerlirirnloa hnvr not j'xplred, do
uol ni'i'd lo he extended or renewed
tor no aalary warrant ran legally
he drawn iinhws (he tenrher haa n
proper rerllflratr nlhiwlm; her lo
teach. Teacher hnvlng permit to
tench ru only draw n aalary equal
to Ihe holder of u mini grade ccr
liricato.
Kindly nidify the auperiiileiidrut
If you ilealre lo Hike the eiamma
lion July Kl and 31 In lime so that
nht will hac Ihe reoulnil tuinilier
ol exniiilnation quealiona trom the
department. amrb i. M.MITH.
Hupt. or Kcnooia or i.uun ixiuniy
.NNO I N WIKNT I
1 tnko meal ph'iiMire in announc
ing that I ran now uiako my anxo-l
iihone tn k. onr trulv
II. 1. I'AllHIMS. I U i;ilNMian Srlenre mhcocIi) m
Haxophonlsl. Klilo Jnzrem. I mnkliig ua hrlleve llirrr is no such
I thing aa pain, it will ndi a lot of
Toilet paper. 3 roll for 25c. ol Hie1 iwoplo of Ihe peasur' Ihey lake it)
Dally Courier oMcp. helng inHfrnhlr.
NDTICKl
You are Invited lo attend Ihe re
hear I a of thn Klilo Jailers daily
from I p. m. till !l p. in. at tho
OilinnhiiH theater. The Klite Jau.rrs
will display their lalenta nl -a danru
to Ik given Friday. July 1. at (ho
Khaki Chili.
'I idly t'-nnK
The Ially Courier lias Just pi".
reived from tho (llh'ini Art linn
party of Cineinnali, Ohio. Ihe very
Inlesl in aucllou and hridco lolly
nurd und arore pail.
Will Warren will ilenHuilrnln on
the cornet nl the Kllle JaWera' hull
Friday evening. July SJ.
Weill or a Wat-
WE WANT YOUR COLLARS, CUFFS
AND FINE SHIRTS j" ' '
IT is no longer necessary to send your
Collars, CuiTs and Fine Shirts to
El Paso as our machinery for doing
this class of work has arrived and is
being installed this week. Commencing
Monday, July 19th we want your col
lars and cuffs, in fact all your laundry-'.
work. W e guarantee perlect work and '
prompt service. Our phone is No. 25.
COiUttfiU STEAM UWJrttRY

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