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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

; Mundteds of people tVilRfi&t this sedtion of country during j&e year. Show them around and we will keep many of. them v J- voi.iv: Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, January 15, 1915. $.31 "Heaviest Vote Ever Polled Here , li.Vf AlAMIiln ImM l.nm fhn. ', rfluythere won ii much turgor vote '14)HSt lllftH has ever boon recorded 'Mr;...,.f.f,.... n. ...... ir..i 1 1 It I V I If 1,11 J, VHULU UUIIl 1U1 Vjftjitf Hilled. At the precinct cumitonhero two years ago thoro ! avmflulyRS voles. At tint last oloeftim lipid mi the !lrd (Iilv of "M&viujiibor UO votes wore jiollcd. il oTiitorest was taken in Mon dlty 'rt ttleation than has over boon Jshotyn in any uluotioi! hold ut ' "CoJuTiTlhis. Thu Officer elected vvorJ constable mid justice of tlio und the prusent incum- bunts wuro reelected, .'ludgo Ij. lJpiuili win elected b.v ohly u'limjOrfty of seven votes and tlio constable, Mr. T. A. Hulsey, 'was tetilrned to office with the Harrow majority of throo votes. There vure only two...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

- ,UStMMalMlMW UUUWIUt BRAVE WOMEN Vndauntcd by Iholr mltiortuno In being driven from their homes la East Prusila by the cxar's forces, Uieso German peasant women, who are com pelled to tnako their homes In temporary shelters thrown up In the fields, are huslly engaged knitting woolen socks and mittens for their men (oik, who are fighting with the kaiser's forces. SINGS 10 SOLDIERS Breton Bard Inspires Spirit of French Armies. Under Orders of Minister of War He Travels From Camp to Camp Entertaining Men With Stirring Ballads. Pails. The role that the minstrel Taltlefer played at Hastings, that no land took at Roncevaux and IllonJol filled when he found the Imprisoned Richard Coeur de Lion In an Austrian castle Is being played In the present war by Theodore Dotrel, the Breton poet, who has been sent to the fight ing lino by M. Mllleraml, the minister of war, to sing and recite patriotic and warlike chansons to the French sol diers, to Inspire tbem to mighty deeds. For the last month ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

Fish Doctor Wanted for Government Hatcheries WASHINGTON. ktongrosa has been asked by the bureau of fisheries o( the department ot commerce for no appropriation of $2,500 annually to cover Uia salary of a family physician for all tho domesticated dines ot tba United States. It lias been estimated by Sib ing baa mado blm an expert In diseases of tho tinny youngsters, Oaco tho $2,500 is secured, It Is proposed to retain a male flsh pathologist who has made a life work ot one of tho strangest paths of scientific endearor known. Tbero are barely a scoro of recognized flsh pathologists In the United States at the present time. It Is said, and one ot the possible sources ot diffi culty tho government may experience Is tho employment ot such an expert at a salary of only $2,600 a year. lie will bo required to make his headquar ters at Washington! and receive here the reports of threatened outbreaks ot epidemics at government hatcheries In any part of the country. It is not particularly well...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER. I , , , ,,, m.iiimi (ii-mr-'r''-Hr'''''' THE COLUMBUS COURIER , ltitmh?l ttwrj KriR fry. The. Courier Pubiiihirig Company I ,. G; E. Pakks tdltor) . . -istewl entry, No.OllltM, for SKJ. ec Ifttarml at tfw ltnffimai ('uliimbUN : 'wnJilt H. raujfo " V. N. M. I Vft Mexico. Alrru-tmlHiiin lliruujtl' msrtillun. Im lllrd notlcu of Intention tit Mails (i Sfwmtnl Oln Malt Mat-1 , ma, ,nil wmrautllon proof, to r ' MtaAtMf ufalm uAha land almvp ile- ' 'wilicd. Mtitw V t:. Hoover- IT. 8. Subscription liJtes . ' I 'liuiiniKKlmiM-. 'At PiitiimiiUK. .! M.i ar yMi In mlvnmw. M.UU uttr . ' Mhli day of January, lpl ,.nr trot ll.l In ii it vij no. SStj Tori 1 tninuim uaim m wlniv i mnntln In wlvaitw. ( jtttnM s.Ainlroii of foltimljiia. N M Advertising Rates I'.'t mttlM Mr -.login ooIiiiiiii Iih'Ii. wh'Ii mrttmi. )n wntR mr alngl eolfflnn im-li. i-onVruat. tnaal coliiinn A SM)t imt line etuili Insertion. BANK DIRECTORS MEET ' The regular annual meet ing of the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

f THE dOt'OMBUS COURIER. The Courier Cent-A-YW Classified Adds Advertisements Id thlt co'umn will bt lnertcdt!n this column at ft cost of, uyit'contiaHWord, each Issue. II you KiSSninvthlnlr to sell, trade or rant. ft1 Uiyou want to buy or trado for tlits'cojuinn. Everybody road It. Dry)nttrloa at MlUor'a Drug 3t6Yov Renew j-ttur tl(Sfurir. subscription to " nw11 1 't ; . Dj-ifbatyjrlcn for tlio'cnirino at fnrtST)rtji?v8tcira. tf ' iff ' " " a (purler add, Uip.v got rtiTvSvniic'MDiirk uluirsfor vour autorttMllliir'K drug store. 3ufH&rUu for tlui Columbus Courier. Dy Peter Radford Xtcturer Kutlonnl Farmers' Union Tho farmer gefs more out of the fair than anyone else. The fair to a city man Is an entertainment; to a fanner It Is education. Lot us take a stroll through tho fair grounds and llngor a moment, at a few of the points of greatest interest We will first visit the mechanical department and bold communion with the world's greatest thinkers, You nro now attending a congress ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. In the Absence A Business Adventure By EDNA JrtAw sf 'Dam O '. Osprrlf M by Vitdttidk This U a lor story. But It Is a Ioto story with a logical ending. Which is cans that In tho last paragraph no one has any one, else In his arms. Since, logta and ltnro have long been at loggerheads, tho story may end bad If. Still, what lore passages there are hull be left Intact Since 8 a, m., when she had un locked ber office door, Mrs. Emma Mc Chesney bad boon working In bunches ot tlx. Thus, from twelve to one she had dictated sis letters, looked up memoranda, passed on samples of pet ticoat silk, fired the office boy, wired Spalding out in Nebraska, and eaten her lunch. Emma McChcsnejr was en gaged In that nerve-racking process known as getting things out ot tlto way. When Emma McChesney aimed to get things out of the war she did not use a shovel; she used a road-drag. Now, at three-tblrty, she shut the last desk drawer with a bang, locked it, pushed back tho desk-phone, ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

Dancing Frock of NET-TOP laces over foundation skirts of taffeta itlk are so excel lent for making dancing frocks that tbo girl who Is devoted to dancing can not make a better choice of materials. The taffeta Is Just crisp enough and the loco has 'Just body enough to keep a dancing gown from becoming crushed and "sleoij-looklng," and taf feta seems somehow especially well aulted to youthful wearers. It Is an unpretentious material with a shining surface which looks particular); well under laces. The Quaker, or shadow laces, If se lected In the right patterns, look Just as well as tho net laces nnd aro a lit tle 'less In price. All or them are reasonable enough. A very fine model for a party gown Is shown In Ute picture The under skirt of taffeta Is cut full enough for dancing, with a slight flare. There I a full ruche of the taffeta box-plaltod (bout the bottom. Three flounces of lace are sot on the nklrt with only moderate fullness. Thero Is a narrow box-plaiting of taffeta at the ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 January 1915

mft TH COLUMBUS COURIER. FGXW0RTHGALBRA1TH CO. 4 years of merit are our otore Four yers of merit have placed us where we araiodayt Why? Be cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers and patrons. ; Our motto is, "To see that our customers are well pleased and tliat everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us" what our auttomtrt demand. Wm certainly haOe enjoyed our four years retlflenei '.fieri. We came her when the town war email and our hnqlnett hat grown With tht town. In celebrating our fourth annlCartaryvit oftir the flneiijlne of iKotb pro ducedthe WALK-OVER. Alto Ladles' and Men's Clothing. Our line ot Gtoccrlei' ti iampUu. InOettlgote. Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER SASH DOORS ''O -it. Si' MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING We are offering 10 per cent Discount on all Paints COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louis Hellberg John R.Blair J. VV Blaik. Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

The people, of the Lower Mimbres boast of having the best climate known. Have not had a sno w since January. 1913 tEolmttbms (Bonner Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, January 22, 1915. No. 32 Cactus, the Friend of the Dairyman) T1io mllowinir discussion of enutus us a dairy and poultry feed Is appropriate at this limu. The stihjeut will continue Ui at tract mure attention because (it its vital importance in the South west with only Us desert rainfall. This is-u reprint ot an article ro codtl.v written for and published ii Mic Burning Graphic. - UAUTUH AND TIIK OAlltYMAN It Is with'supreme satisfaction J.llUl tllO Wl lUM' Obsel'VOH tile in- creasing Interest in lliu subject if dairying ami its ixHsihilltics in lliu Mimbivs Valley. For some time tin; Ucming Chamber of Commerce has noted the feed ing value of cactus and some months ago distributed slabs fur planting, hoping hereby to de termine by test the variety beat adapted locally. Tho tmportun inatter is that cactus as f...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

HOMES I'randllla, a suburb of I otunantlnopla on the Asiatic tide of (bo Boaphorua, the Uritlth and open to attack by tbe Turkish warships. TAKE WAR LIGHTLY Hindus Cheerfully Patient Under All Circumstances. One Complalm That Prussian Soldier's Nesk Is Too Fat for Strangling Meet Old Comrades In Arms. London. A correspondent of the Times, who signs himself "An Anglo Indian," contributes tbe following: "One would not have recognised the tired, war-worn crew who came lu yesterday In a hall of pelting sleet Most of them were sitting up In their beds chatting and laughing: pears, ap ples, cigarettes, chocolate and war pic tures wero strewn on the tables by their sides. A hot scrub-down and the oiling and massage of the head, which the Indian loves, bad altered the color of life to them. A Mussulman from the Khyber whom 1 bad seen lifted In the day before on the shoulders of two orderlies, his face pitted with tbe .. iuiU.u up uy a sueii, was ly- Ing hack peacefully smoking a cig arctle....

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. "Good By, Jack!" C " SjfBiJ Jack London (03rrriktbjMeClrHwippr87ttdteu) Hawaii Is a queer place Every thing socially la what I mar call topsy turvy. Not but what things bio cor rect. Tltey are almost too much ao. But still things are sort of upside down. The most ultrnexclusive set thero Is tho "Missionary Crowd." It comes with rather a shssk to learn that In Hawaii tho obscuro, marytr- dom-stieklng missionary sits at the head ot the table ot the moneyed aris tocracy. Hut It Is true. Tho humblo New Englander who camo" out In tho third deendo ot tho nineteenth cen tury, camo for tho lofty purpose of teaching the Kanakas tbo true rellg- Ion. tho worship ot tho only one genu Ino and undonlable God. Bo well did they succeed In this, and also In civil izlng tho Kanaka, that by tho second or third generation he was practically extinct This being tho fruit of tho seed of the Gospel, tho fruit ot tho seed ot I ho missionaries (tho sons ot tho grandsons) was tho possess...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER; I'uWUIhhI Bvury Friday l j The Courier Publishing Company! G. E. Pakks Editor Katered nt the I'ostolllea at Oolumbiik New Mexico, for transmission liitougli the Mulls hi Second Clus Mall Mnt Subscription Rate. t .60 per year in nikunw. 2,00 per ear IT not piiid In lulvnnw. 8fie (or six month In advance. AtlOtrtlsIng Raft i.'l etuiu ier hijfle colniiln tneli, Puch uwrtlon. 10 rants )ier dtu:Ie column ncli, contract. tocul column fi cents lHr Una each Insertion. If you can think of anything that can be done to build up or beautify Columbus, go to it. Kctp your capital at home; patronize home industries;Tie!p your merchants so they can sell cheaper, always get your work done in your home town; subscribe for the Courier and if Columbus does not build up and improve it will not be your fault. Try it. noih i: l-oit ITIII.K AllllV iR'imi liiirnl. i(f the ti.iH'Hor. Itnltrd Stales Land Office. Las Gruwix, N. M. Jan. ID, IW Noltuo la herby jdven th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. :,The Courier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds . Advertisement In thin co'umn will iKuipserted In thin column at a ,r.ost ol onCtxrat a word, each Issue , P you liavTr anything to sell, trado or rctit, iifif'-you want to buy or trado (or anything, toll the world ttlxnit It In this column. Kverybody read It. tiry batteries itt Miller's Drui 3e. t( llohow your subucrlption lo tlrg Courier. ' J)ry battorius for the onnino at MUlor'H Dru SUirc. tf iHtkit 1 fljry a Courior add, they ut NAT ON'S LABOR PROU Buy your spark pltiKH for your until ut Miller's dru Htnro. Snbtioribo Courior. for tlic Columbus I? you want fo rout, buy or snjl u lioiiHo will nt tlu Town Co. office-.!. V. Blnlr. tf ' Er P. & S. W. Time Card West Hound No. !l,I,imited 1:07 p.m. Nit. 7 -Mixed 11:47 p.m. East Hound No. I Limited li!:ir p.m. No' 8 Mixed :i:55 a.in !li!0 acres deeded land for hiiIo or trade threo miles -cast of Columbus Address- William Tuto, 711 West Lake avenue, Los Angeles, Cnllf...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

-nra.noT.miBPS ooukibb. THE OOLUMBU3 COURIER. WHAT YEAR 1914 ID HI Chronological Record of Most Important Events of the . Twelve Months. EUROPEAN WAR STANDS FIRST Mexico's Muddled Afflr Pope Plue and Eirl Roberts Among the II. luttrloue Dead Oleaster and Sports Financial and Induetrlal Happentnes. COMPILED DY E. W. PICKARD. EUROPEAN WAR Jun 3. Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian throne, and hie mor ganatlo wife, the duchess rr Hohenberg, hot and killed by a student In Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia, after a futile attempt had been made to blow them up with a bomb. July a. Austria sent peremptory note to 8ervla demanding punlehment of all accomplices In murder of Archduke Fran cis Ferdinand and suppression of all so rfetlca which had fomented rebelUon In Bosnia. July St-Troopa mobilised by Austria Servla, Rueela and Montenegro. Servians moved their capital to Nlsh. July It Austria declared war against Servta. July St-Austrtena Invaded Servla and helled Belgrade. July 11. Ka...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

WESTERN PREPARED BY THE c 1TC rkffBAftTMFMT ) of Agriculture toco, uzazrjcocv. atitM7ZJfu&z ACII year poisonous plants are responsible for large losses ot lire stock on tbo western ranges. Al though there Is a largo list of plants whose poisonous qualities might pos sibly do harm this an nual loss Is almost entirely the work of a very limited number. If stockmen. Indeed, would learn to rocognlie without fall halt a dozen of the moro dangerous plants their stock would go through the year practically un harmed. .Many stockmen already pos sess this knowledge but It Is also truo that there oro othors who do not know what plants to arold or where theso cnomlon oro most likely to bo found. Common names, suoh as "loco," "poi son wood" and "parsnip" are used In a Tory lndoOnlto way. , Of those plants the clcuta, or water hemlock (KIg. 1), Is the only ono that is dangerous to man. It causes ex oossIto frothing at the mouth, gnssh Inn of tooth, pain and nausea which result In vlolont conv...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are back of our Store EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER SASH DOORS MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING We are offering 10 per cent "Discount on ail Paints COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO fi Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louis Hellberg John R. Blair J. W Blair. Local Agent Promoters of Columbus We have located and sold over 100,000 acres of Lower Mim bres Valley lands. Know every foot of the Valley and can secure for you the best bar gains. A few government claims yet to be had Buy your town lots from us and get them first hand; best terms given purchasers. Hellberg & Blair, 4i?SSlBEByB" or Columbus, New Mex. Four years of merit have placed us where we are today. Why? Be cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers and patrons.. Our motto is, "To see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody gets" their money's worth." Our experience has taught us What our customers demand. Wt certainly haCe enjoy...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 January 1915

There is a system of irrigation under way three miles southeast of Columbus that will irrigate more than 10,000 acres of land Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, January 29, 1915. No. 33 Cactus, the Friend of the Dairyman Tlif proceeding article (Hh uu'sscd general phases of cactus i wlillo this Is intended to discuss itfe specific food vuliio or this I forage pluiit. , Compare the green and lent feeds such us young W corn, turnips, boots, rutubueua, green grass, utc. cuciiis stands xIi.hiI.1lm- to shoulder in lilii' un.l I answers lis share oi an uie tpiostions .in. I iiroliluiiis put to it. Not only that, but it actually stunils at til.' liou.l of tlii' class oT green succulent fi'.'tls for reasons that are to b! precisely stilt. '.1. Huuk of the coat or piercing thorns, thorns .bat haw iiiudo botli man ami beast beware of it anil which has cutis. '.I it to bo despised, luck of those thorns Is green leed that is as good as grass when grass is at its green est mid best. I-i...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 January 1915

THE OOLUMBUB COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER' l'iillh,-i Kvrr; Friday lij The Courier Publishing Company G. E. Parks Wutensl Ht llie r'tntnllltw ut Columbus 'WMjurta,, tor k-unMjrW-iou throujrh th MS Tift S SwvHd tifa Mntl Mat- Subscription Rat I SO uei yer to urivnnm- nr IT mil paM in advnmi ix HtAttHi 1 HlUte. Advertising Rat lift cent r -tiifflM column iiu'li. xui'li murtlim. Ill rmt per dnprb- t'liluinn 'tCII. INinWWl. UHiBl I it line meli Insertion. tifxwit I'olfl'UiTi'll'lllXi l'i iiim-iiI nf tin- tiili'rliir fulled Htnles blind Office t.u Cniifi, N. M. .Inn. 1(1. Ilfi I Nolle N herliy (riven that TlmmftH Editor .t. foli- cif CohmibiH. N. M . who on Atiir. 31. lull, muile lnmH-iteuil en try No (AIM, tor SVA't. nee .14, tou ship 2" S. i-uniff 7 , ami on June ST, 1011, made additional home-Uetul entry OU'72, for the MHt see. .11. town ship 27 S. nngv 7 W.. N. M. I. M , Iiiih llleil notice of Intention to mukr Hnul three yeur proof, to etnhltHli uliilm to thi' lnwl ulxive dwrllml, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 January 1915

' THE COLUMBUS COURIER. A real guarantee on roofbg I ' useless tux m ioi luniniM or a reiponiiwe intern. When y&u bur our toofina . BMuulactufn las end Buy materials that last ertain-teed A Mnr teater for proif. nctMntebx u-tbtr bear eafAum, BUSarfM4SUatl ApUFlM Roofing HI l'plygunuitctd 5 rear General Roofinp; Manufacturing Company Ba4a Okai. rthleri. niUtWJ AUmls Omloi Di(n Elteaa aetata ImmuCBj B1m..,.B. lurnadm tMtttt lUm fli.teri Irlur Khaki for the Navy. Navel medical authorities, after ex perlcwjoealnod In naval operations at Vera' Cxui, are ot the opinion that while clothing, particularly 'white hale, wo too- easily penetrated by the aim's raya and are therefore unsuit able fer use In the tropics. It la rec .ommeadod that only khaki or forestry notjpnai clothing be supplied to the navy far landing parties. The Path finder. . A GLftCS OF SALTS WILL END KIDNEY-BACKACHE Says. Drugs Exolta Kidneys and Reo o'rnm'snda Only Salts, Particularly If Bladder Bothers You. When your ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. & ollt CUMBERLAND5 ) CHARLES NEVILLE BU WITH ILLUSTRATIONS FRD2& PHOTOGRAPHS OF SCENES IN THE PLAY CHAPTER I. Closa to the serried backbqna ot the Cumberland ridge through a sky ot mountain clarity, the sun seemed hesi tating before lta descent to the hori zon. The sugar-loaf cone that tow ered above a creek called Misery was pointed and edged with emerald trac ery where the loftiest timber thrust np Its crest plumes Into the sun. On the hillsides It would be light for more than an hour yet. but below, whero the waters tossed themselves along In a chorus of tiny cascades, the light was already thickening Into a cathedral gloom. Down there the "fur rtner" would hare seen only the rough course ot the creek between moss velvetod and shaded bowlders ot titanic proportions. The natlTe would have recognised the country road In theso tortuous twtstlngs. A great block ot sandstone, to whose summit a man standing In bis saddle could scarcely reach his fingertips...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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