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Public School Review
VOU II. No. 5.
Mlas'I'sgo lias been abicnt from
Kliool duo to (llneM.
Mr. Editor when are wo going lo
hate lite new itrcl sign.
Two new pupil have been en
rolled In MIm Wilton' room.
Lost My good behavior; reward
offered (or It. Orland llollliiion.'
ftuel Brown it a new member of
our high, lie It In the tenth grade.
Delia Johnson wa abjent several
day this week on account of alight
.Ml of the pupil arc now gelling
down to hard work; no vacation-un-tll
I.osl One banana, for lunch Ih
finder will pleaio return to MIm
I wonder when we am Ruing to
have a new school housef rVi are
gimd many other.
Miss Conner missed a half-day au
week on account of nines but re
turned in the afternoon.
Mr. Harris wa absent Tuesday
on aeeounl of lllne. but was back
on the Job Wednesday morn in g.
HANK K.XAHIXKH GIVE AN
FXLCJDATION OF ECONOMICS
Hank Examiner J.Jl Head, who I
now in Columbus, nays that aheep
men should sell their wool at 20
cent instead of waiting for a more
favorable market. Mr. ftcad siy
there is nothing lo indicate that inv
higher price will come within the
The bank examiner. who has. a
state wide reputation ai an author!
ly on matter financial. alo repeal
hi advice and ay that at least tho
partial liquidation or paper falling
due should lake place.
JUST think of having 'delldous, rich;
- creamy, fresh cows' milk InMantly by
merely adding cold water to a powder.
That la exactly what you can do if you
use Kllm Powdered Mi&.
Kllm is net aubotkute for milk, but
No matter how limited the milk supply
In your community, no matter how r
way you are from milk, no matter
whtvt eswon you have
BmtUt In abundance if -you
Xmfaient phyaldan and
leading food horltlee
Adertw KUm. Maey haaw
fii re u4ng Kliv as are
'Jas. T. Dean 8c
KJiin 'i on lo at Selected pioi-w, There Is n sloro mrat you, "rl(
mmm;iA-tmnx sum r.mv m.r ms,
Sat. 10M) IMimkl (H, jeiaf , Aj-Imm,
Columbu I'ubllo School, feeuM Sverr Friday
A rumor wh ate! MiuiUv I La I
ot,'the lenchw's mbm hd been eV
icl arid roUmsJ. ' M pfcrlkrwfoe.
Every on enjoyed tlio A anally
Monday HiorHlc Mely torn Were
u,the moil popular one being
-Oliyl'air .New Mexico."
Mnrr I.ee tarrenllnir flntvem tmm
Winnie, -Oh, how exquisite, but (I
wins mere js some aew on mem.
WnUilc Yc; fit pay that tomor
Miss Miditower: fltiy ElliotL are
Hoy Elliott Yes, main.
Ml Illghtowrr Benny Canln.'are
Dennlo Canln Nd. ma'm: fni lie.
"Good Speech -Week" ha been
continued and every one t iiiiprpv.
in?.. iiiii grauo received the least
per rent (if (am last week 'and will
receive a beautiful picture a a
prlie. The contest it individual Hit
week and not a a room.
Miss Winifred Cartmlll enleHal,.-
ed the member of the K. K. K. Club
last Saturday evenlnir. Th iim
wa penl enjoying variou games
..... iciiriou refreshment
of Jelly cako snd-eocoa were served.
mi mere reported B M nw.
With tho election out of the way.
there will undoubtedly bo 'further
progress toward slabllhlng financial
condition yet, there are many oth
er factor lo be considered which
win necessitate slowne In the gen
eral adjustment. It must bo remcm
- Jbcred that but lilllo money from
the oulMde ha come Into New Mer
ico during the nasi year ami 11-.1
New Mexico' stapje products have
beenhltbanlerbythefalllnnrlee.'lho department oecunlea and ii'rA' trom .lho ,nl'n. '"'
ir ulalM Wnnl r Ml Ion nnn..
imi-oukk. lunincr," wncai, corn, po-i'v
lattjes and other nmdnela Itavn anr.l rM.nM . nnnn. i ...
ferkl heavy declines; Take the rase
MILK real cows' milk that is hours
fresh, not days old. It is fresh milk with
nothing removed but the water. You
replace tho water and instantly Klim
becomes again liquid milk as pure 'and
fresh aa the beet milk you ever drank.
Aalc your own physician about Kljm.
Know the aeety, the convenience, the
dependability of supply an quantity, the
ecenemy, that KKsn brkifalto you.
Make your pantry your dairy. Oct
supply ofKIlm to fill your family needst
KHm Powdered Whcte Milk (full cream)
for drinking, for coffee, for cereals and
ksari; KMati Powdered fjkimmed Milk
foraM eswMng purposts.
Oh a wipfrfy ef KU Mty.
torn. coi.ttjk ftffifa
wlH HAmU'wMMm tfc mM aaM
so assi tomfif' 4
wim etui secure SB Mm mtM
rer m hm - M gw at
tM. ri& UMktMK ws JaW -.
Kcfetfea of isw f"ia Mm
In M MMHrMt. TW j bap Mail
fnwa eeotitkwt k ts
mats tle wilt tftJt a tmkiU
Httirt 4 ths tnWfuaek ettd
bank wHt co-oper.o to foWtfoto
the Htflveefi of bvoeiaelr tip kW
anirpea, so the Mm ii Wk for
dliWtin la more pronotweel.
hs tMi ft K awr. H U a mL
for caption imi eonrvU.'aMt
banker shonW bend Me miiiailu
toward eeuriiiir at -a4"Wl
liquidation of the paper Mm it M-
mlnd tkew that any banter wtw-t
rrcclvlac dcpotlts or mkln;
extenrflitf loan when hi reserve
Is below tho legal 'minimum U vio
ltl)lr the law and Hsklo- Ik a.
vero penalties that it pmcrHses.
The first duly nt" litis time i lo
build up reserve In preparation for
eventualities. While thl odlco U
the frlemL and will ma out of U
way tu do everything it can to as
sist the state banker who is ob
serving the law it must set Its face
llernly arklnsl amr and everv vln.
lator of the law. no matlrr whn ne
Irtinalulu thai MiaWeail.
where he it. Ohvlously, It can play
and mii enforce the statutes
partially. K Invite every banker '
i n minw oyerr Hirr
call upon It freely lo consult with'
It franktr and offer whatevnr rrM.
IcUm of Its policy or acts he Ksie
The reason ror Ih'o bank examlnrr
ad bis drnartment I not In nmlivl
tho bank or the stockholders of the
bank so much as to protect the pub
lic uie lormer are in position lo
take care or thesmolves, but when
mo panic examiner pronounce
bank sound the public has a rlghl.
lo lake hi. word for !.. u u S,
l.ninn .,r ....mc f.. ii..7
must hold the banks and bankerA
tin alnnlnlo rnnrnpmllt. .illt. ik.
Urease In buying power, growing oul
n tcr Ihl
"i . vrimuuny, u can piayi" wu uio ihiimu
nn ravnrlllxa wlion li i. it!- wliieh. nf rniimi. la II. n-al -nn
iColuMttfo, Nlw Wk.
nf au IsepiMtM la I
tho hoUiftg ttower asuoin wf4 awl
livestock Brow, ate nreaVicwaaswl
the vomumt4toa (f reserve' k
ulileh tssnv dmI hive1 kwii llv
Inr. All of lltk lMlaSii ikti Utr
will iw M eleetMM k Mk DwianaVs
l or nionoy BAB ue, bhmc must cm
lliAu lo lfl the taeiltealiwe . tr
llals ad for te inihstmance ef Mw
uruduitive fcower of h4s cttetemers.
even thousjH ka decllftea 4plKa-
tlons thai ihwmm bhuter reiuin
ami Rf-caier prunjs.
All in all, Iho lto Is to m con-
xratiilaled uiioa llm wiv ti bav iUai
far oaMwsl Mwwh Mm eriaU. far
crisis It Is, hI there w Indication
tistv auu intra trni iruni how vn
(here will be at least some gradual
Tax problems will be to the ore
In (ho coming legislative session a
wen as in ttie congress or tho Unit
ed States. Hankers should sTii.lv thn
questions Involved and exert their
muuence inward a rallnnal anliillnn
of the problems that ftiusi be meL
There will be opportunity for
amendment and revision of t m
banking statute as can lie Improv
ed. Tills office will placo all or Its
facllllira at (he service or the tank
er of the stiAe and Is caitcr for anv
4Uggetlon and recommendation
Which will still further itrehirllirn
the power for service and for good
to business interest and tho public,
.siderallon and aim of every roncl-
cnllous and wide-awabe banker.
Tllt.VK ALLMON mWMWtm
on mcxkan wmun
Bearch Is being made along the
Mexican border for Guy Allison, Die
wealthy cattle dealer, formerly of
Mountaineer. N. M, who I alleged
to have made a sensational escapo
from officers on a railroad Iraln
whllo being taken from Mountain-
' ", nvn , ",utwcn .Z on
c",r! of andonment, to Ten-
'ew. ior arraignment. Tlie ilalr-
NO I'MCK FO A FAT MAN.
Tlib Courier editor visited tho
county teat Mpnday and look n look
at Iho swell Office Treasurer "hill"
Berry is going to occupy, lie stroll.
ru irom mere into County Clerk
jiuxhrs ofljco and soon discovered
this office was no place for a fat
man, m the court crowd was loo
lame. Other rooms Wto-n nvrn tnnfn
rrnu-ilMl lu.Km.ii. it.. ...
were about to begin a recount of
tne vote ror several or the eye-lash
ftfiUli candidates. Jess Fuller was
found. Jess rnllulitrni-d llm niiiAr
on conditions and men In Columbus
during the good old days. Visits lo
lh newspaper offices were enjoy
able as you can alwav talk .linn
At Iho Oraphic office Mr. .Ramsey
was munu now at work, but as he
had sold oul hi Interest in. the
Graphic lo Mr. Klv .Htli! Il tirau nnlv
a printer we couldn't possibly con
verse wiiii mm, so ho was passed
up. Editor Ely when a.LisI Blmni
thexhange said "Oh shucks, Itamsfy
Happened to Know i nan some mon
ey ana-ne w on pins and needles
schcmltw some wav to nt it ll
couldn't borrow it, so he sold me
nis nair to gel It and he got It. You
know, you can't have money and
printers laylna- around In lh nm
ojflriy they always gel It, no mailer
foe, Wotliflg PafM-r, largo sheet,
for office dwkujalso lluwtb
Tmtka to keep II In place,
WrKfof futttrs for ladles and
gentlemen;'all t-olora and sltoi.
Ma-ail colors, and ink Welta.
h'me waste n,isirrs
(Tlie Large alie.)
Larg Meek Ocpo Pprr, all
entsfir, for sIkkM every imv
' Th Book StSop
(The Courier fob PffoUns Ilfyt)
IttiMia Cjprisii) aWasm .'fH
Gim itsc Vim m lM Afck
ay roaHgft cohhsmman clym h. TAVtR
tnbSbltant of Hi
mous In tnlr tie'
.aire for Indepeod.
Tbls U the
slon thit I hurt
brnucht bsrk with
ro 'after lonrtna
tb Island froin
on end to the
eiy H. Tavsnntr. eihr. and after
having com In
contact with sll classes ef the peopt.
I found, howovf r, that the Viewpoint
f American In tb riilllp(itn, and
Americans In th United State, on the
UiJt of Independence, I not lt
Hie attltnd of the American gov
ernment, and tb great mass it the
people of the United Stale. I to con
tdr th Philippine question from th
nnsetMi viewpoint of what I best
for the rtllplno people NlnrtytH.
per cent -of lh opposition to Inde
jenilenrs emanate from American In
inter In. the Island who ar quite
natnrslljr more Interested In the tlie
Of their eMvldend than th freedom of
in alien people.
The unfortunate feature of the sit
tuilten Is that th opponents ofjnde
pemlenee, In order lo convlnea Hit pe
pie of the United mate, that th Fili
pino should not be granted llielr In
dependence, And It nerrutry to llhel
an entire rare. To HI a aensltlve
Christian people tint they shall nut
bar their promlptd Independence be
raus they are not at for II will In
Iho end prove a mistaken poller. II
will only niak theTrylemaud for In
lepeiiilenr the atnuiter.
At the pmtenl .time, however, the
masse of Hi Filipino people still
hsu kbaututa enntldenre In tlia god
faith of America. Their loyalty and
fratlla4 to Uncle 8am ha not as
-ret been tfuflrd by th pilsrrpre
leotatlons of the retentlonltta. Their
eader ar Inlelllffent enouili to dis
tinguish tietween lho American
alio oppose, their asplrallon. to In
lependenc fer purely Mlflsb reasons,
ind th great m of the American
oeople whom, they, know desire this
lovcrnineut to do by Ui Filipino
inly that which la Just and right
In this connection, (t Is Interesting
o revUw the development nf the pro
mt friendly relationship between the
Tlllplno and American people.
I'retlous to 1010 th I'lilltpplne
Lmerlcao relstlonslilp Is declsreO lo.
atvt been not of tb best, Put wllh
th psssage In that year of th Jone
law by practically both th tlepuhllcin
ind Democratic memberships of Con
tress, a belter felljg daveloped. This
"better feeling" hss now grown Into
very strong bond of sympathy and
The happy attitude of the Filipino
people toward America I due not prin
cipally to tb fart that Americans
have tbown the Filipino bow to make
their country belter place to live In;
oot principally to the fact we have
superintended the ImplasUng In the
Philippines of on of th finest edu
cations! systems In the world; por to
the building nf high Class roada,
bridges and public works but I dus
THE UNIVERSAL CAM
llero li the Ford Runabout, ft perfect whirl
wind of utility. Fits into the daily life of
everybody, anywhere, everywhere, and all tlie
time. For town and country, it is all that its
name Implies a Runabout. Low in cost of
opernnon; low In cost of maintenance, with
all the sturdy; strength, dependability and re
liability for which Ford carsarc noted. We'd be
pleased to ha ve your order for one or more. We
haVC about evervthirur In .
sories.anchilwaya have a Jul! line of genuine
Ford parts give" genuine Ford service.
CiMsts Mtftf Ci,
COURIER ADS ATTRACT!
, principally to the ret tt tm-m
Jonee lw America gee H nH';'
her word of honor that bis seen .v
stable government eW be
fnm the Phlllppln Wen.
It might, at nrt tbt, .sssasV:;
Strang lhat In their sincere H .
rlallon ef all tbt w have done-fee . .
them the Filipino opl should phK
most emphasis on the prowl lo erSHKfH
Ihem llielr Independence. For It can
not be uccesfully denied thiit on t-he v
whple the United Htatts b treeteH
the Filipino people belter than sny ,
ntlon ever treated a deyemknt alW
people In all the day since the curtain
roe xn the dawn of ctvtHeallon. K'
we do.jjot k)II It, It I a record that
ran be proud of, .
But It really Isn't so strsnga that,',:
the kHlpIno should loje us more for
our promise le glre Ihem sovereignty -,-over
themselve tta for dm ether
good work, for which, after 'all, out-
side of tray and navy expenditure,
the Filipino have been taxed, ' and
properly to, for eWry cent nf the cost.
ir w but rerer the sit us II on, and .
plic ourselves In iht hue of liis .
Filipinos, which cannot be ld U be
an unflr way of gelling at thf other
fellow- viewpoint, w shall tee ,lbat .
It Is not Strang. 'f '1-"
fliippos that Orcat Britain or any '
other power that you can tblna of by W-
ferrtng to your geography or history,1 'f
should lmKse It overlgtty upon us w
against our will and Iben gtvs 'us an
Infinitely Utter government thin w
now enjoy t Could any inch foreign ,
power ever succeed In convincing uisj,
lhat II had our welfare more at hvart ,'
than we have ourselves. """
llut to return lo my alory, the FIIU.
ptno heartily thanked u for tlie."" '
jonr law, conalderlng It a sort of a
covenant belweeo tb Filipino aad'; .
Ainerlrau people, and Immediately
pplletl Ihemvelvee to I he tssk of -,'
(lag up the prescribed stable govern-
menu And I bey set It up, ll-Mln
the Philippines now, Amrrfca's own
represenlitlve In Ihe Island, th gov
emor general, .oAcUlly report It !.,
there, and Recommends that tlnce'tho"
Filipino have earnestly fulfilled their
part of the agreement, America should,
be as prompt In carrying out Its part
of the contract.
80 lhat. In a few words, It Is not . -th
Philippines lhat now ai 00 trial,
hut the United Qlilea.
There la but one answer. America
will carry out lis agreement And
sine we are going lo da It, we cannot,
afford lo quibble and split balr and
hesitate until eur tardiness rob us
f half Ihe glory of , eur achievement
lJt os ct with a promptness and will
Ingnesa really worthy ef America.
And when the people of th United
Ststea set up th Philippine Republic .
a the Bret Christian democracy of
the Far Kait, they will be building a '
monument lo themselves that will
tiud throughout eternity. On that
day th beacon light of hope, humanity
and Justice will flush around tb world,
itucli an example by America will ac- .
compiled more for Ihe weak andstrug- '
gllng people of the earth than th"r
four year world war, with all II cost V '
In life sr.d trcaiuro. ."