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fmi r mm and a mm wtto t well
MrMmhI e4iWl and hM had
nfn iiniihii t Won maor re-
iin twwiltoM In Iho law eHles
.etinVd that Doming should be Bfc
Utayajaj) it Im he? Ih Pak tMfe
mJMMt ivm iff urn
fMA or Hut himt hwture aw wwniuw",
(hi, wettenlty niirit m- cMlfHW K "Mat w ,m
k klw wh,ttMi tnrtt trtky, M W W
ha MMMten m mm' iw mm. ma
anVldtoswd feature for the wimfort
of ttw fcwr wWk- MonVmly
cultt at ewmpfcto ft every
UH, the Park Motor Uwapany
wmtM mj a credit to Wy mI
InaaH Ike the of Dan.
J. C. O'Leary wa established here
uivler Iho firm name fifteen months
a buy In out (ho one-half interest
of Mr. P. A. McLaughlin. Tho flnti
w formerly known a Mclaughlin
OLery for period of 4 month
hifore Mr. O'Leary took over the
buMneas. Mr. O'Leary had complete
charge of I he sates for a year heforc
he, established lilmoelf under the
Mr- O'Leary it from Detroit Mich
ln, here and ia a native of the
home eltr of Democratic Presiden
tial Nominee Cox. having been a euh
iyjortr on tho paper that Mir. Cos
tinv own In that city. Mr. O'Untr
wan aeeountanl for tlm Michigan
MclleaMe Iron Company or Detroit
foi a nerlod of four reara. He went
from there to tho position of head
boekkoeiior of the American Agri
cultural Chemical Company of De
troit, which In the glue, and gelatin
end of the Standard Oil Company.
Mr. 01-cary also traveled a year for
Colller'a Weekly in the circulation
ilrnarlni-nl. He originally started
foi Doming In 1014. Maying a year
In Colorado, where he wan con
Hlhulor to the La Junta Tribune of
La Junta. Colorado, reaching here
In the fall uf 1913. Mr. O Lary was
f.ir aome lime on the staff of the
timing Headlight and at one lime
dM all the city reporting. When
the United Platen entered the World
War, Mr. O'Leary was itaff corre
svmdcnl for the F.I I'mo Morning
Time for Ihe nilli Division at Camp
Cody, also lielng with Ihe Associated
O'Leary'a famous corner It lo
cate at Silver and Tine. He han
dled a general line of tobacco.
clears and eignrelte. inrludliiR ran.
die and ronfecllona. One feature
wnrlhy of eaneclal mrnllrn 1 that
01-eary'a la run In Ihe open air the
year round. Tho (Inn Melllie
In rlnra. huvina ami atoeklog all
the leading brand carrlM by the
western ditrltmlnrs. Mr. 0'iary U
-rrv nroiid of tho cnndltlfin In
wklcli hit larjw stock of elani 1
ket. evenr iioseible modern met ho. I
I oit.g emplnved to keep them atway
rrt h. in ihe com urmK line is ica
tttMtl a a4rwalk buffet, which l
m.w.IaI lnrln itin hot months.
Tills department averages over fceao
salra a mnntJi during tho hot season
in this line.
J. a 0'iary' has shown a steady
Inrreane in busings and Is building
up one of Mm mol popular' lobareo
end sort drink shop in Iho South
veM. due In no email manner to Id
uninite method of adverlUlmr which
are pcullarly his own. Tho O'lare
adverlllng Is known and moled
over the entire slate. The firm
nvikea delivery to the downtown
rtl'lrlrl, and Ihe "bigg! little Mnre
In Dem'ng has for iu mo'o.
Mr. OTary la a consistent Dem
Iiik bofisler and slalea that h enjoy
life more here than tie has at anv
olher place. He aaya that the peo.
ritn In Ihe east and In the crowded
fmnky cities do not realle our
wonderful dlmaie nere ano ail"
ihai Ihe neonle of Di'inlng are ex-
Irrtnelf courleona and frlemlly ami
Ihelr naluralneM aerves in masn iu
entirely worth llvlnjf in una pari
llie world. However, it ia a w
known fact that In Ihe optimistic
cifl pleasant, man all things are opll
mlllcat and nleaiant. and perhaps
thin arcounta jn a great mcaiure for
Mr. Olary s contentment here.
aXhered to by 'hi
What ran bo accmltied liy Lr iv.
motkrn bwlncH mctno, cmmieu ntc solklW yr
with ham woric ami auemioii u promIJK,g ,ou every aci
OCW, Wimr Trim ino . COMptHble Wltll MH
-rquaro wnimrm mi, ii r i ct)tM.
can oe no iwiut nnmiuiim
Ivmlmr than trv the ailmirahl! man
ageil Mlmhres Valley I.nmtier Corn.
uiauuwini nero uniirr mic iiiw
ml firm Hme ten years afo, this
firm l an Incorporation dolrg tisl
ncas umeir Ihe state laws of New
Mexico. The eic. ll.nl grouth and
utcrss aKame! by this firm Is due
In no small manner u Mr. J. v
KrhnrtT- iii whose charge Ihe lul
ncsa ba been ror mo taai citsni
rear. Mr. Kliuril 18 a nauvo oi
Missouri, and.canw nere rrom .mb
moffonio. Ho has had eltnen years
ciperlenee. In the lumncr pusinras
and is familiar wllh Ita every de
tail. Tim officers of Iho firm are:
E. Poo k. tirenuieni: J. .
rVhurtt, general inanager. Mr.
'nulla Is cashier or urn iwMmnH
Tlie building occupied Is ISO by
ISO feel and three people arn em-
ninvpi therein, a iwcniy mummm
dollar slock of building material Is
always carried on liami. I ins linn
stocks and sells all kinds of hluldlng
material. Including; Iho Kcnulno
Heaver Hoard, for which Ihey are
exclusive ag-nla, lime, cement anil
plaster, roofing and paint, reaiuring
Sewell'a paint, which Is rrcognUed
as one or Ihe leading and standard
brands of paint now on Ihe market
Mr Heiiiirix. I lie manager. i a
riutaUlrnt IVmlng tiooslcr and lie-
lieves Ilia! Ihe fall picking up of
hoMness will cause ItRO to be one
of Ihe leal year in his particular
line. One fact alanda out clearly In
Mr ftr'liiirli'a litis ness nollcy. aim
this fad enough In llself lo wl him
m-.il hfs firm anarl in these mmlern
daya of proflleerlnR. It Is, "Living
jy HaKnii ink
Pnii kMir CiMNMy
Torsi AuWiurianl Mr mi Service
One of the largest auUmnlillc
boibes In Doming and of this part
or the state for that matter. Is tho
l'erk Motor Company, locoled on
linllritail avenue. This firm h
shown a remarkable growth inco
1U Iwglnnlng and ita ever Increasing
popularity aeems to assure us in
The firm is a copartnership coiv
sisting of Fred Sherman and James
P. Kerr. Mr. Bherman ia a well
known attorney and has been here
(rii years. He Is a native of the
ulttln of Iowa. Mr. Bherman Is
family man, a home owner and
own other cltr nronertr. Mr. Kerr
has been here eight year and was
formerly a paniier in tne rar
(tai-age. wllh Mr. Sherman for flv
years. He la n family man ana
The Park Molor Company, author.
Ited Font Sale and Service, main
UiitB a 2t hour service. Haliodoea
a WRerl lino of repairing ami
service. It t especially equhMw!
wllh machinery to make Ford re-
phh, Tho firm carries a general
'lltHt rf accesaorlee. lire atwl tubes.
Ia Uro department la fealurd
NtWUM ,tvi thmdrlch HrlM, both
wrM! knini'A and natlosMHly Wvr
IsaetC The ImlbsiiK osolMcU te
br Mt, aawl elsritt reite are em-
Ifterew. (He tmmm
tlM ImMv WallalMI Bui' the
matter nf bKtMiM ItSalliaM, At
their aaai aA m aaaaltaglil oe
boatte were NaBlafda W JMalr ett
AtkA tiisaaMkaaa fcaa ,ajMfllH HyaM
Wm&lfWm urn VWt aTBHIWVnnJjfir.
umnmm vm aasiiisai aa kmik
of latin da. TIsHi. Immw
aervartlro mttay aetttateit anal akkllV
8asVs aassl Asasaasallja
ftmrof Demttw's newsot a4 itwiti
.duirlui.fa ISm Miuwl.
grraa Molor Company. samNsa&q to
Sam Watkins. AllhotMtk bavMsl been
etlahlWied hero a little, over live
months. Ibis firm, under whs aipcf I
enced manacemenl of Mr. V). O,
Rnodarca. has succeeded ta'kulld
Ing up an enviable reputtvUtW among
I tin titialneiu houses In this cH. nifl
Is tMlly ctmcpJCd u U9,' wts-1!
IcadiiiK auto Homes in ihw eecium
of the stale. - !
Tim firm was estatfllehett here
Frhruary SI of this year. Mr. ShihI-
gres liuyliiB oul Ihe Inter est .ofjSam
Walklns. Mr. Snmfcin-M H lieeii
In Iho automobile bustit IrWStor
tho jiast lx years, aid H w ur
mi r.krUtl. Tex. ond WM( M"M-rly
wllh I Park Oarao of HsaFrlly.
Mr.-SnmlgrcM is a native irfImva
am! has been in Iho SouttweH for
almut fifleen years. We waa a see
end lieutenant In Iho recent world
war. lielng In command of Service
Park Unit Qli. He has Had bboip
leu i-eara' exuerleliro In I ha aiilonii
bile trade, monlly in Ihe mechanical
end. Mr. Suodgrcas a lamny man.
a property owner and a mcmlnnr of
Iho Chamber of Commerce. .
The firm emoloy six peone. The
building being utilized Is W by 00
reel, and Is located at 115 I'lmvatreel.
Tlie Snodgress Motor Company and
cuslomcrs are Indeed fortunato In
Ihe firm securing Mr. Kd ntnry
an exaervlce man. who waa fortner
ly with ta Matalt pnaj a M-
peri. sax tumr
rrawro and la fcera tmaemmg. ,
TH flrtVi madiei mm mnmM,
Huhk, HiutoJtk pa OaalGtaAW
t aa4 Jt. wlkvim mA.km
lire and Uti. IT Maowirweo
and parts for t abt jwmUtiw)
ear, ami ahm watetaifi
iiwm. tim neaa naa a im ssrew
aiMl carrtea a tok trf aattd Urv A4
UMtr tip4o4tot rutsac iwmm, tw
umI Mnkltw s)l awiduaar m m
Iutm. TM Mmtary I'lrwaji aay
Iho asreneV uf Una flraa la Obhunbut,
itentlM. HtehUa. loraWwra. Lak
alley, HHiasjoro aM tna mtnau
(Wintry. T- aiHtuai nuatatiM wme
hr I hi firaat apiiroaunales onb tittU
deed Itxiuaand dollar.
Servtea la tha keynote of tho bual
iwh4 pwttey of this firm ami hard
work and attention to detail! have
beeti paadtitf faator In ihelr arowlh
and awecew, IAnIM aM smmk ear
are. the main feature, theso cara
bemtc peeullarty adapted to this part
of the country Mr, Snres "tale
thai hia exneriencfl In Ihfl Army
(Miftil him thai Dad Meoihert in
the. "only Ibrhl cat-. It may be
mentioned that the Doroht tho only
HaM car carried with Mm Tranaeou
I mental Convoy from WMhlimlon It)
Ran Franclaco 11 h n4e by Ihe
Army and which 1 acheduted to
paaa through Demlnr aoul Aw. Si.
Wltiniwr his war upward step by
etep from a mero employe Ihroiwh
sneer crron ami win power w iwr
iimiiaiteHitHt and coulrol of Iho huai
ness. Is the ikumhwI record of Mr.
J. K. ('.lardy, sole owner aad maaaaer
of Ihe CHtnty Shoo more, located at
l?l South OoM avenuo,
Tlie firm ha bcea ostahlishrti
here bIkhi! three mtmltia under the
present rirm name. lelng romirrly
known as t lie Hodgilon Shoo Store
for a period of twelve to fifleen
tear. Mr. CUrdy I from Missls-
iinnl here, lielne a native of Stark-
vllle. It ii understood Mr. r.iartiy was
well acaualnieil with the murdered
girl. Mr, ('.lardy liai hud aioul
eight year' exinrlenco in the ihoe
business ond I a family man, a
homo owner and n tnemher of Ihe
Chamber of Commerce.
Clardy'a Is IKiulnga only cxclu
atve shoo store. Tlio firm carrlea
shoe and hosiery, beltiK exclusive
at. Paaajharty f Oetuwaw,
mm WMw f Hi4H' Hard
ln' camaalija far w
htr taai'lWIaaW faW ll aaaa
rnsMkitt M jNarwr
t aaturo IM M
UaM imtJMi ftraft.
agtnl for lia1lou shoo for men
and 11. JEdwwd Jmllh iilioo, ,fr
women, and WlHWli aline for chil
dren. Armor I'lalet hotlery I fea
turet In tho hosiery iteparimeni
Only xtarokrd ifooiH aro stocked and
mrrlml nit the wav Itiroliall. TtlO
hulldiiiff ullliMHi h so by ) i'i.,nno
two people arc uatfiwycti laerem.
Tlio beautiful Werlor
Class by itaclf, HfH.the -rleou
treatment and I He pi cum person
allty of Mr. Clar has nwdo this
lore one of Iho must popular in Ihl
city. The future of Ihe Clanly Shoo
Store seem assured.
Uratthg, Preenka and Heiwlrli'0.
Perhaps what may be said (u bo
llio leaning ci ran era in ucniing, ami
especially popular among uio youngs
Cox. Proprietor, located at lit Ksil
Allh.nuah (he firm has only been
.ttaMttharf Hnrtar tha i
Mwrneat-la abwif three '
.dull th Km is rajMcVy
m? mi Me ki eatobttah
raeord tit tb w futnra. M.
nuv i a
lurrt Hiieepsa nf
Those who wieh Wat fcjaj Umm
lima will inae WJM""
lug Wfj, and wpeeaaHr w M a
jut VrAiw in rmmti .,
jtnrm sm.isiom m
(HiaHO, III, AtswiaO w
wlio bad. nol m M .Ma W ymp
in varlou im ad anasfair
Hi ;m hd b?e 1W yew wieWst
penllentlary. both a' (waaNr of
tho Salvation Army, arc itsW W
slAlitilci cimifirlehits a reporl oh
..ri.no work made SHtMle Ma by
l(hn3lvallon Aiw. 0theeet horn
ii,. m.aii' rnrn MtJ keMS.
tpiartera in inn siaiea wi-h "
Mllsslppl. Ihia report will be In
eluded with CMletii aWjatka and
presented lo the notwreaj or iwo
American Prison Association In (
lumbus. Wilo, Oclolier II. H)Jadler
Frank WB or wonoium reporis
Ihai 'mcA protilhllli wenl hilo
effect Wtern I very Utlki prlm
work to lie done except ai-Hw lerrl
Mm rm rvxmr w
nsmm. ymM mxm
Tho first hMillcallott for a permit
to keep and raise wild rfH-k to bj
iiitide under Iho federal migratory
bird law ho been made to Federal
ftame Warden ilrlllaln by H. MH
kUi. wl ra Ihlrly Ihreo wild mal-
lords at 111 Home in .vnunucnpir.
U I unlawful lo have or raise wild
migratory bird without a Koveni
mint permit. Mr. Haskin' appllca
lu.il was forwarded lo Washington
by (lame Warden Hrlltaln, who'rec.
llecelpt liooks at tlio Courier" of.
flee, wllh stubbs and backs an'
ovcrytblng. !Sc each, 5for,,tMi .
Knlernrise. suwilemenicd. with
keen business Judgment, haa ever
been ooo of Uio leading factors in
the devclonment of a succeasiui
Iiiulness liutltutions. ' and Domini
owes much to her cltltrns and their
nlril of enlerpriso and unerring
Jiuwineni. i-rouaoiy in uio minurj
or Ihe renresetilatlvo butinesa con
cerns of this city, and of this part
of iho stale ror that matter, mere is
mi more slrlkiiiir oxamnte nt what
may lo accomplished by perslslency
or punwe, well uirecieu enori ami
Ihe energy anil pusn w -no iiiingi
than Is exemplified by the admira
bly managed Demlng National Hank
The Demlng National Hank V
orruniKHl In HKU. and has Iho di
tinrtien or being the only notional
hank In this city. Mr. J. J. Henurl
was tlie original organizer of this
bank. Mr. Iiennet la a well known
banker of I his part of the country,
The orflcer arc: J. O. Cooper,
Presldenl; J. W. Hopson, activV Vice.
President, and r . u nortiiiou. ice
Prraiilenl: C 11. Hughes. Cashier
W. 11. Orcull, Assistant Cashier,
Mr. J. G. Cooner. President, lias lHcn
witli the bank ror six years, ami has
been president tor about one year.'
Mr. Cooper is a ramiiy man. a iioino
owner and preaidenl of the Chamber
of Commerce He I a native or Uio
stalo of Texas, and has Had ten
years' experience In Iho banking
business. Mr. Cooper brings to Ihb
bank not only Iho combination of
his year of experience but also a
pleasing personality and a courtesy
which will prove lo be onn of its
biggest assets. Mr. Cooper Is one of
the most prominent cltixvns of this
clly, and has at all time near lo his
heart any and everything for Ih"
good of the clly of Demlng. Mr.
J. W. Hopson, active Vice President,
has lieen wllh tho bank about one
year. Mr. Hopson i from ftena,
Arkansas, and Is an experienced
banker. Mr. F. U Nordhaus, Vice
Preaidenl, Is not active. He ia a
member of Nordhaua A Bop, one of
the largest stores in I Ills' part of the
state. Mr. R. C Hiwhea. Cashier, ha
hern In Demlng foe tho past nine
teen year. Hn was county clerk of
Luna county for a tterlod or seven
years, Mr- Hmthea; haa beep wllh
Die lank six months. Ho is a family
man, a home owner and a member
of (he amhfr of Commerce, and
is well known an;! well thought of
hi htntaft! circle. Mr, W. H. Or.
eulL AmMmI Cashier, hat also hero
wHfc ihe. hank sir moot ha. cowlms
here from (he Federal Heserro Bans
BtF.I.PMO. Mi'. OreoU hi a family
pn, and has hail conaWeraJile e
lierienco It) Iho banking busliM' .
, 'ihie bank was organised wllh an
orioioal eabllal of tOijm and ton-
eolltMH wllh tho First Statu
hi Bank In J 4, which hank Mr-
ALONE in the tire field
tbeFirestone 3V4 takes
its place, beside the half
dozen products of universal
use which manufacturing
.genius has made standard.
. . Built in a specialized fac
tory by experts with, all
the economy of concentrated
? What die bulk of the peo
' pie accept as 'the standard
' "6f valueis-right.
r . :ou owners of small cars
; can forget tire jdetails -yp.u
r petd not bother with mdth
" o&&, features, or guarantees.
. Gall for the Firestone 3Vi.
Gray Tube 93.70
Red Tube 94.80
hy Mr, Hhfftnaai'. awiloci IVhijum- orajsnlant nt IMf. The pretf--.
ami mi sawsi kawM fcfjent efMi m4 mrfU (a mp.