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oty Mtd stlt ifto wil You
ktiM," WiW Oli!rwo T can't
stop tbe men from cemtnff In
hero tm tmylfi', cn ir Ah4 ittk
son waved Mr, Arsewet
ami (old kvbn.iic wh terffrN(
with (ho orcheslrallofi.
And how lhi vMhi how worked
lint rci' (if Mw Htvi-nkw. Jackson
u not-nlon. elllicr. Seven oilier
Instrument wVro workltw, Thero
was muslo and MMiMhliHr else In
(Iiq souls of eight ttikln. i
Jmt ft sfcerl onoi Onq Individual
ml hli win wfco havo been dead
head to. Ibn CetotmbCi lhetor en
n pan for tome time, walked tip
to (he ticket window, the- nhrtil ((
er (lie closing and lahl down mm
"iiiich ror two tickets. The young
lady behind the screen said "Tlial'g
all rights you don't have- to pay."
A Hal Tlml INdn't Sinfll After
KrliiB Iril For 4 Months.
"I fw'car II was dead at le.nl 3
raonllii," laid James 8ykca.bulelicr,
Wmlfleld. N. J. Vb saw this Vat
every day. Put a cake of HAT
BAMVtHiltul b liarnd. Months
later. my wlfn nfked altonl tlm rsU
tJlvmcmbcred III? haiTel, looked bo.
.hind It, Thro wm the rat dead,
not tho )lhlcH odor." Threo
tires. 3Se, 6c, Mja. Bold and
guaranteed by A. D. Frost and CoU
Umbus Drug Company.
kul (he man aruffly iuld her lo
lain a hark mid to lake a linff
foliar ntit uf tn .sllvur. We dhl
And Iho slum- never loiiu;i littler
and(lho music imver sounded Imlr
as well lu this rodple hvrorc. Tim
truth Is dm shaw wus punk, hut It'
wasn't t this cotipln on lliat Jiiglitl
Tho news of dm Cli'wliis of (ho
Stale Hank was heard In Diiiiluit
In an lm.nr, and IKmiiIiik luilikors
had iiothluy but kind and hopeful
words.
John 0'I.eary of 0't.eary's Corner,
Doming, a new s';lwcrilxr to (ho
Courier, says ho would sooner bo
Ji L. Oreenwood of Columhtts and
broke than a lot of people with mon
ey tli ut tin has met' in his (ravels.
Two colored women went In tho
rear uf the Columbus Plato Hank
will knocked oa tho door Monday
morning wldlq the bank examiner
waa Ihero Mr. Orernwnod stepped
out -and asked what was wanted
and one of tlicni said alio had a roll
Hurt TrMy, mm f
tors of Ut OH nmt xKMMs), Is
now earryhifi hU lunch til mi froiu
thi) office. In fuel M ltff m
(ye how m li fH4 iwtlle nd the
oI4tr on H r smen hW exiwrl
6nd Oi TwW.l
At ReOH Hsai star K wchittin
ih'mhi nsuttl krtrt wtsvM h returned
hi f'iwnl the oil stfttlon hsd bcn
broknti tnlo and the till "touched1
tor, MS. No clfewsc .
rmr rayam) m ypw
nam t cAVKm
Accordlns to reports reaching (V)
lumbiis Fort Heyard, Hie l'nl(el
Htates Public tervire Hospital, is
now tilled to rapacity Willi (tatlenls.
IndicalinR that more than a thou
sand men are now Under Ircntmctkl
(hero.
Fort llayard Is cotiiliSKod the
israei ni an uio puimc ueaiui nos
pi In Is In Ibis country. "
XON MYKSHIN WH.I. W.
NtXNUITKI) TO FUU. 8TMKN6TM
WashlnKlon, I), C Nov. t-Orf
tiers wero sent by wire today lo the'
HBHBBmS'HNBBMHBBMHBM W 'AtHHN'' HmMBBhHwi falflH
Wlih 1VH41W litfinbsni IhroBjliout tht country loy to tli brotherhood, their chlcfi, ho nra flglitlnf Die 1n
mrenit" strike of myMc!non, tay lliry cannot lost. 8lllnr at III labia art John Ilsnnon, 81. touts; A K tvtillney.
Chlcumi. and J. A Fsniuharson. Muskogte, Oklu, all Ties prtsldenls of llw brotlwrhoutt, Tnrt John Urunsu. hlf
of llir "Insurjent" sullcliutrn, nho wh S2 other Isadtrs In the strike, was arrealiN la Chlrszo under enters from
AIIMiir (Icnvral I'almrr In WaihtRfloii. They sre charted with Interfering Witts. Dm mornumt uf ths nails and
violation of th prnvUlon of the lvrr art, and loterfsrlni with Inlenitala nuniucrco.
WtmilLT COl'KT IN
"SI WCKStON AT BOHSfl
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(Dcmlntr Oraphle.)
Tlic civil diH'ket was called yes-'
terday morniiiR In tho .district court
la? Luna county, Judge llaymnnd It.
Kyan presiding. Civil suits arc nu-
nrmy recniillnn sTiMee lu m-rItm4rou,, on ,htM ot
Iho secontl illvlslon In full strength ",r"! ",l um" ,,,u ,,"u
Immetllalelv: No einlnnatinn of tlm ,Frm 9n ' lwo n.''ul"' Jur'c'
order was rIvvii In Iho nlliciul an
nouncement.
cumpsi: ins aiAUtEHS yct7
John P. Mack, not to bo out-duns
by bis friend, Chris Mohr, lias been
hitting (ha high-spots around Co
lumbus In a big dun-colored nlne
pasiengrr Chalmers, originally built
for the Marahajab ot Siuo(-lang.
CLAHK NOW HAS .rtfrKJKKK.
J. J. Clark,, owner of bin Hold
The criminal docket will prove of as
little interest unless I lie grand jury
Indiets some of the leading politi
cians of (his vicinity. The grand
'Jury wit report Monday.
The petil Jurors will bo railed
next Monday.
Following nre Ibe members of the
grand Jury: H. II. Dlckfort. fore
mdrt; C. V. Andrews, II. I), firecn,
II. II. Watkinr, W. W. Whllehlll. W.
U. Lar.'l. 0. U tubman, II. S. Carter,
J. t). Henry, K. B. Msrr, Kd 3. Hern-
wlck, J. I). Williams, S. W. tlucbush,
Lndian Governor Greets Maine Governor
Clark-Uemlng stage line, likes toiE. Floivs. Jr. Paul J. Case, a D. Am
drlvo bis Sludibnker In fair wenlb
rr. When tho other kind comes In)
will put bis striker lo work. .
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BANK
Columbus, N. M.
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prose, James A. Illicit. 1). U McKln
ney, Harvey I. Dsan, and J. A. Ma-
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POLlCli OFFICtiH CHASK3
. t oirn.w FOtt MONTHS
NATIONAL
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM;
United States
Depositary
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UNDER GOVERNMENT
SUPERVISION
Your Actwint Respectfully Solicited
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Tbfrn Is a wealth of scenery In
ihe wonderful snow wastes of the
froieil norm in tho picture Tho
lllvor's Knd." which will be exhib
ited at' Iho Columbus theater this
Sunday. Nov. It. t'p In tho north
(hero is tiniv n rhanre while man s
tlui. some din' Making u refuge from
the world of mm, an outran! front
Itln own iKtiple. Occasionally Ihcre
slll Im IId rudi Ippecs uf Ihe tinrlli.
ni Indians ami perhaps (he igloo:
of (he F.Ulmanx. Hut mostly it Is
Y a ureary wnte. in a mng. tong iimo
ilmrc i a troll, mid n wlild' man on
t.mn)wsl;oes trnveiing across snow, or
I perhaps a slnl drawn by huskies,
.t.w'hlto, men on somo uiunuat mis-
111 this, kind uf a selling is laid n
glory of ' tremMidoiis arlmn nud "f
lefp'heart inleresl. Ibn story of n
man driven tnlo Nile lHt-nun Im
was charged Willi murder, of n
Ihrilliug cliae whhdi lnts for sev
eral months tho relentless ltoinl
Mmmled Police.
Hark to clvilitatlon runs the story
and there are many mysteries, Beo
litis at Iho Columbus Sunday.
NKVAIIA I'KtH'Li: MOTOK TO
FI.OOH OF IHCATH VALIJiY
Heno, Nov., Nov. 1). Desconding
fiooo feet from Chloride CHIT, In the
I'tiucral range, to tho tloor of Death
Vallpy, approximately ' 300 feel lv-
iuw sea level, Mr. and Mrs. C A,
lloak and Miss Hlatirlio Ilobb re.
ceiilly molorcd Into that historic
valley. They have Just rpturned tn
their boms hero. IX-scrlbng the
lflt, Mr" lloak ileelanil ho consld
ered tint vl(5v from Chloride CHIT
Uic rmial uf, if not ulterior to iu
or uranu canon in Aritona.
In IVatlr. Valley they visited Hm
oply whlln man there, named Den
ton. l(o" live nt Furnace Creek
t flinch, ownnl by n Iwrax wunpauy
.jiuid iiiiilntalnnl elmply l protect
S 1 ttu' wator right or Fnrnaeo Cmh
A I ''HiomVhI no tlum ilnrinr nnr
Xions of Ihe two days we spent in
around Wv1 Mr. Deflton. who has
lived, Ibrrp lgbt yf srs and keeps
a weather, record told lis only I3t
lit tlio sliido wo the warmest on
record." , '
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llntMT at 8nn Juan Club.
Thanksgiving eo and night there
will be dunces at llto Fan Jmp flub
unit Ibn musje will bo furnished by
Hid Klito JnviK.
JVmud imiKir at (ha Courier ufilca.
Uovrrnor Nrptun of ths I'stuiasquoddy tribe of Mains ImllntiK null
Ins with his children, 8usle and Ilenjsmln, to tttrr Oov Carl U .MlllUrn
or Mnlnr, at ) hlslerlc old Indian battleground at Drerlng Onki, nlien Hi
Kotrtmor made Ids format calf on tht Indlsns during ctaliorate rrrrmnnM
which attracted about CO.000 persons. Deerlng Osks l near I'ortlnml, lie.
Leave your order with us for that nice
fat Thanksgiving
TURKEY
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We can also furnish you with all the
trimmings necessary to make
your dinner a success
NEW U. S. MARKET
Prctmcr & HolliRion, Prop.
Aleii PMtofflcc ColumWs, N. M,
CflhiRriNts Elictric SInk Step
W are peOer too busy to Voyeur
Shot Repairing. Come In, We'tt
giOeyou a QUALITY JOB. ,
W. A, W A KEFIELD, Proprietor
J. L, WALKER -Hardware
ami Auto Aemb
The most coHiplrte llrte uf Martitvare Ut 'HstTsits'.
WCAlHJJUAHTKSsS FOR C(MHVKII AITQ CAMfNa, lime
All aises of Window Gtsxs. A aosHfilolo lnv f a.
A. full lino of Crockery and Glawwarei Kiwmcl kmr Tl
In fact, ynti will And anything that ta carried in a ftret-etyM
uaruwaro mnrp. . . . . i
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