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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 February 1915

7& Columbus and the Lower Mimbres is fast coming to the front. People make a country great. We have the best L Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, February 10, 1915. No. 36 fie fEohimmts fionftef i Educational Column Br T-. A. WinJior m the month to touch This !h paflotlsin, but wlillu wo do it loU un also teach peace, not nllliturisiii. Some of tin i pupils liiiv been on tlx; sick list lately, namely: Llngitrn Hurkhead unci .loshor Estrado, In tin upper room, uIho Rby Elliott In Miss Puzo's room, mill there iimy brothers. Mr. Higgs, our efficient presi limit, of our Literary Society, informs us lln'it lie bus the promise of Miss (Jraeo Goebel to try to be pri'si'iit lit our .next Mission of tlie Society, Feb. 'JtHh. Tim Now Mexico teacher is expected to tnke ii regular course or reading neb year or bo relegated to tlin ri'iir. We have tinully gotten our school Hug buck Inline, together with thi' small Hugs iiiul bunting. Thanks to nil oor.cernod. It is gratifying to nol...

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. — 19 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS GOUREEB. THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Kvery Friday by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. Parks Editor KnfiFml ut the I'ostolllee. ul Coluiubui. Vew Mexico, for transmission tfiroujrh iHa.MsiII ntt Second Class Mall Mat- ; 4 Subscription Rat ?.fio h-i i.-ui in iiilvuiii-H lf.it per i ur il not iiulil In iuIvhiiis- SV- for x month In advance. Advertising Rates .'i cents f i" single column Inch, each nserttoii. 10 cents per stnirle column tl), contract. lAH'Ul COllllllll II Cellts ,i-r line ucli insertion. Florida Items M.ini nl mil' roiiri'sontittivc itzens nuciiucii uic grout (inn lllblll.ll ((icoilllg in n tni'i niu, ..it Suiiiluy afternoon iinil oven nig, vvliit'li was enjoyed to t'ti' .ullest ixisstble extent Tin- ..lognun was nicol. arranged, i, . ,. . . ... and W"h tendered MissWrnee, . . ., (.ioobci, our accomplished County School Supt., wits - Huasttfi' rureuniiiic'S ami iiImi iiai'tiuip ttetl i u-1 t 1 in uisciiM-iou hi various .lUbjcuts. llissCJoobul's eliei...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Chas. E. George, Editor and Publisher of tho "Bench and Bar Review," 825 Per. dido St, New Orleans, La. BB30CK3E3! Head Ciatarrh Cured by Pcruna. Tried Other Remedies .Which iFailed. p Having for years been af flicted with Catarrh of tho HcadI was finally induced to try Peruna. It effected va cure. I think Pcruna the 'best tonic ever put on sale ONE ON SECRETARY DANIELS Head of tha Nayy Evidently Not an Expert at to tha Odor of Aleoholla Llquora. ' A story la going tho rounds In Washington about Secretary ot tho Navy Daniels which may or may not rofloct credit on that official, accord ing to tho point ot view. According to this story the secretary was on morning conferring with an officer and In the middle of his conference Interrupted the proceedings to say: "This Is tho second morning that I havo smolled whisky on your breath, slrl" To which tho officer Is said to have replied: "I beg your pardon, Mr. Bec- rnlarv. It vni nhtaVv vnaterrlnv. but t Is gin this m...

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. — 19 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Call of til Gumbertands By Ctotlss Mils Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes In the Play (Court to. uu. tqr W. I. Wait CoJ SYNOP8I8. koto t"r aaelttance. Sameon South and Hnllv, inking- teecott to Bameon'e home, are met by Splcer South, head ot the rumlly. who tells them that Jtm Purvy hat two aliot and that Samson la eu pecttil of the rrlme. Bamson denies It The thootlnR ot Jeeae I'urvy breaks the truce In the ttollman-Routh feud. Sam eon reproves Tamarack Bplcer for telling Snllv that Jim Ilollman la on the trail with Mtodhounria huntlnn the man who hot porvy The nlooilhountls loe the trail at Splcer Bouth'a door. Leecott dis cuert artistic ability In Sainton. CHAPTER V Continued. Tho two men had lost an hour huddled under a canopy beneath tho cannonading of a sudden storm. They had silently watched titanic battalions of thunder clouds riding tho skies In gusty puffs cf gale and raking tho earth with lightning and hall and water. "My God!" e...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS GdUBIER. IV HB flint maiden to kindle - Pm i iwvu verses. In ono doggerel uwjLm - 5 WSfctlS X ho tell, about hi. "Poor . lW&-&' - . &!?HM $9 Ilesl.tless Heart." sur- l -, -.':S :. .?V.'J3.Si ill M'l I IHH i MM I ) iH I I I III l SHOOTS THREE, THEN KILLS SELF MAN, FOR LOVE OF GIRL 8LAY8 HER FATHER, SHOOTS MOTHER AND WOUNDS DETECTIVE. RICH MINING MAN SLAIN HIGHWAYMEN SHOOT WM..DICK AS HE DRIVE8 IN AUTO ON LA VETA ROAD. Wtnlcrn Ntwapir Unlftn tfw 8rrlM. Denver. Frenzied when told ho must cea.0 hi. attention toward their 12-year-old daughter, Carmello, und was ordered nway from their home, Caul Itlgo, an Italian railroad laborer, $3 year, old, .hot and probably fatally wounded Mary Sacco, 00 year, old, turned hi. weapon on her husband, Lucn, CO, and Infllctod wound, which caused hla death an hour later In the county hospital UK first maiden to kindle the divine .park In the breast of Ceorge Wash ington was a young Tody, whom ho called hi. "Low land Ileauty," and...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 February 1915

THB OOLUMBUS COURIER. LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THS PROORESS OF EVENJ3 AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAVINGS, D O I N Q 8, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS. HOPES AND FEARS OF, MANKIND. Wttttrn Nt wipapar Union wawa Btrvlea. ABOUT THE WAR. The Constitutionalists' consul has announced that Carranza troops havo recaptured Monterey. Russians lose 26,000 prisoners In Itaiurlan Lake region and retreat from East Prussia, Germany and Austria proclaimed the Independence of Poland and will tatabllsh a kingdom. Tho Italtnn government approprl ited 131,000,000 tor runner military ixpenses up to July, 191?. The battle which began In the Car pathians on Feb. 7 still Is raging fu riously along a front ot sixty miles from Mount I'olonlna-Huna to Mount Mako, according to the Information received at Genoa. The evacuation of Lodx by tho Gor man, lms been confirmed, according to a Prtrograd dispatch to tho 1 lavas News agency, which states that stores, offices, commissariat and transports are...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Courier Ceni-A-Word Classified Adds THE AJLAMC) OAFE3 Under New Management Everything strictly sanitary Advertisements In this en'iinm will Ik. InM-i-teil In thin column at n rnt ini twit a won!, each issue. I .veil huvu anything- to sll, trnile fir real, or If in wunl ti liny or trade tin- yminjr. ten we worm i " Kvuryimtiy roans n. DON'T FAIL TO TRY OUR SUNDAY 2N- N.ER ...... , .. ., a ay thing, to 1I1U column. Dry battcric Store. Itoncw your tlie Courier. lit Miller"' s Dru:;. tf subscription to, i Street Pickles Dry batteiies for tin eiinlno at I Miller's Drtin Store, tf I M-E-N-U SOUP Gonsomme Royal RELISHES O I Itics ENTRIES Celery Try it Con i iff results.. mid, tlif'.v ui't Ituy your spark plugs for your .into lit Miller's iU'xw Htore. Sulificrllie Courier. for the Columbus If you wunt fi rent, buy or ell u' house call at tlie Town Co. -flice-.!. W. Ulr.ir. . tf E. P. & S. W.Time Card No. :t ,7it 7 No. I West Umitoil Mixed East -Limited Hound Ho...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. A. E. KEMP (Successor to Columbus Outfitting Co.) Now Open For Business 1 Have purchased the bankrupt stock of the old firm and will sell out same at a 25 per cent discount. A lot of this stock will be sold at and below first cost. iSpending 4 years of merit are back of our Store 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 thai everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us what our customers demand. We certainly haOt enjoyed our four years residence here. We came here when the town Wat tmatl and our business hat grown With tht town. In celebrating our fourth annlOertary wt offer thi finest line ol iion pro ducedthe WALK'OVER. Also Ladles' and Men's Clothing. Our line of Groceries Is complete. nD((jw(.' Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, Your mnnev wiselv is Snpnrlino j j i - it at o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

The Columbus Chamber of Commerce Has a Membership of 92 Boosters. Put Away Your Hammer and Get into the Line (iLilnmlni'j Conner Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, February 26. 1915. No. 37 Educational Column By T. A. Windsor Whenever a boy (or girl) in allowed to drop ma of school u day bore mid one there bo Ih pretty Hiiro to want to drop out HUinu moru. He begins to lose tntiiri'Ht, nol no inucli because there is not enough to interest any good working student, but -because ho Iiuh found ho much on the street and ut other pluces tliut I iv. is learning lo-llko better. Horn should come ill tho author it.v of tlu parent, .so tliut tbolr Jiidgointml would co mo into piny, during the. time in which Hie boy's judgement could aot bo rollod 11 m n . lit. will bless .oii lor your authority, futhur or iniitlioV, when lie ponder on it in uflcr years lie, sure it in real love fur your child Inn toad III' a sort oT safeguard that "actuates you, and while 1 am saying this 1 will also...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER I'imIIi-IhiI Kci'. Kridu.t by The Courier Publishing Company PJ, G. E. I ARKS, Editor - . hntered ul the t'oslotllee utColumbus, New Mexico, for irutiHitilnsIfin Uiittiifrl) J hi- Mails ii- Second Clitss Mull Mat-1 h,.. i I ry , . .. n . Subscription Rates M 50 mr yar in advunce ill.i) per "Br If mil hi id In advance. 8fi for ix month- In ariviiDt?. AdOertising Rates !2 t ents per single column Inch, each usertion. 10 cents er single column ' 'null. Mintract. I,ochI ciiIuiiiii 5 cent" lr line each Insertion. The people of the Lower! w;i I .1 . " ,u " "a.vt look torward to now. With a commcicial club to look after the advertising of this section and a system of irrigation that will be completed before many .1 ii i . .. months capable ot irrigating . . 1 i i several thousand acu-s. besides a large number of small irriga- tion plants being brought in all the time, and with the amount of moistu.e there is in ,1C soil, wc can expect some real r .L: I .1 .a..,...,B m....

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS GOURIEB. HUGE GUN FOR This buss 16-Inch cun, the biggest single piece ot armament In the world, was on Its war to the United BUtcs arsenal at Watertown, Mass.,to bo mounted preparatory to shipment to the Panama canal for zone defenses. The gun, which weighs 284,810 pounds, bad to bo shipped on a specially constructed steel bridge car, which alono tips the scale at 192,420 pounds and which required a carriage of 32 wheels. Carries Colonel to Safety and Re turns Under Firo to Rescue Englishman. SUCCORS A DYING GERMAN French Doy's Thrilling Deed That May Win the Victoria Cross of Great Britain Cyclist Wins French Decoration. London. Tho Dally Chronicle pub lishes tho following from Its special correspondent nt Angers: "Joan Ilergcr, 'simple soldat' of tho Second regiment of Infnntry, should, after the war, be Jean Merger, V. C. Ho Is n Frenchman yes, but listen to his story. "He, a boy of about eighteen years of. nge, lies In hospital here, wounded badly, but not dangerous...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

THE OOLUHBUB COURIER. II of the Cumberlands By Gharlos Novllla Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play (CepjiUtu. wu. br w. j. Wsu cj 8YNOPSI8. On Misery creek Sally Miller nnJi George Lvecott, a landteapo painter, un ounedoun. and, after relvlnir him, goes for naaletance. Splcer Boulh. henil of the family, telle Barnuon South end Bally thnt Jeeee Purvy Uaji been shot and that Bam son In suspected of the crime. Samson denim It The shooting of Jesse Tuivy break the truco In the Itollman-Bouth feud, gamson reproves Tamarark Splcer for telllnir Sally that Jim Hollman la hunting with bloodhounds the man -vho ahot I'urvy. The bloodhounds lose the trail at Splcer South' door. Iacott dis covers artlatti- nhl'llv In Ramion. While sketching with tearott or. the mountain, 1 Tamarack discovers Samnon to a Je-rlng crowd of mountaineers. Samson thraihea him and denounce him as tho "truce- buster" who ahot Purvy. U'seott trlea to CHAPTER VI Continued. "Thar's a-goln' tor bo...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUBIEB. MUD- MlLRtrOPE SOUTH CAROLINA'S EXECUTIVE Richard Initio Manning, who has succeeded Colo Uleaso as governor ot South Carolina, is a product of tho stato he now rules. Ho was bom at Ilomesley Plantation, Sumter county, on August 15, 1859. Ills father died when he was only two years old and when ho was a mcro lad ho assumed tho responsibilities of tho plantation. This gavo him lots of outdoor excr clso and ho grow up a strong, healthy boy. Ho attonded tho primary schools, then was for two years a student at tho Kenmoro university high school and later nt tho University of Vir ginia, which ho left in 1879 beforo completing his course ot study. When twenty-two years old ho started farm ing with threo plows on poor, sandy, unimproved soli. In 1S81 Mr. Man ning married Leila Ilernard Mo-e- dlth, a daughter of Judge Meredith of ftlchmond. For several years ho had a .hard atrugglo and then hnd soma success. In 1892 ho was elected to tho stato legislature nnd In 1S9S wa...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROQRE33 OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ADROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES 8AYINQ3. D O I N a 8, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. W..i.m NwpAptr Union nmi s.rTtc. ABOUT THE WAR. The German claim that tho Rus sians loat 130,000 In the retreat from Bast Prunta li scouted by tho Petro grad general staff. Further reports concerning tho German victory of tho Masurian lakes, In Bast Prussia, make It ap parent that the llusslan defeat was a severe one. The blockade of the United King dom by Germany Is on. With tho dawn of Feb. 18, thero went Into ef fect the German notice warning neu tral shipping to avoid British waters, and Great Ilrltaln Is waiting the first blow. The Norwegian steamer N'ordkyn woa sunk through striking n mine near Uorr.holm Island in the llaltlc Sen, according to n dispatch from Copenhagen to tho Central News at London. All of tho crew were drowned. The, following official stntoment wns Issue...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

THE OOLUMBUS COURIER. . The Courier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds THE ALAMO UmlcrrNcv Management ( TPl WOULD NOT BE DISCOURAGED.? "g savea liirrs Liie s Mark Twaln'e Detormtnstloiilo Leirn French Took Ho Note of Po Ible ObtUelet. Advertisements in till co'imin will In. Inserted In this column lit n cost "I one eeut ll word, each Issue. H ' liiivn mi) thing t sell, trade or mnt, .... it vnu uiliii iii Ihiv or Iruilo or iinytldnir. tin- wiirlil hIkiuI It In I this column. Kver.vlioily nuiln It. Dry butteries ut Miller's OruK .Store. If i Everything strictly . sanitary if DON'T FAIL TO TRY OVR SUNDAY DINNER When t!ii famous humorist was n I young reporter, working on the San Francisco ('nil, lie inmle up his mind 55 I to loam Ilie French language. He W did not want to no to the fK-nso of W M U Uonow your till) Cottriur. Niibsi-ript ion Id! l Stfect Pickles Dry batteries for the engine uti Miller's Drug Store, tf i Try u Couiier add, they get! results. J Huy your spiirtc plugs for your au...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. V. K E M 1 4 years of merit are back of our Store (Successor to Columbus Outfitting Co.) M gj M I 1 Now Open For Business J Have purchased the bankrupt stock of the old firm and will sell out same at a 25 per cent discount. A lot of this stock will be sold at and below first cost 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 thai everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us What our cuttomer demand. We certainly haOe enjoyed our four years retldence here. We came here when the town was rmall and our business ha grown vlth the town. In celebrating our fourth annlOersary We offer the linen line of shoes pro duced the WALK-OVER. Alto Ladle' and Hen' Clothing. Our line of Groceries I complete. Initestlunt MMHHI l!iJil!yflSBGSS3 ffiHNHSES WWfflW O 3m Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, AVEL ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 March 1915

There will be a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Monday evening, March 8th, at 7:30 sharp. Everybody come. fotoftmi fittftef Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, March 5, 1915. No. 38 Whatsoever Is Right I Will Give Makes Fanning Pay Field Meet Draws Large Crowds A Word to the Wise A town In Illinois is advert is Inn for a ih'wh paper and offering a liberal cash bonus for some nowspsipor man to install a plant and begin the publication of a weekly newspaper. A few years ago this town had two good papers, but thu merchants com bined to cut down expenses and agreed to stop advertising; in the nuwsupcrs. Thuy linn red that there was just so much business to bo acquired and everybody in town knew where eacli store was located and what each handled for sale; therefore ad vertising vu8 a useless expense. Tho owners of tho papers soon exhausted nil means of support and could not secure enough foreign advertising to pay their bills, so they closed their shops and l;lt town. Tlu mai...

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. — 5 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUREEE. THE COLUMBUS COURIER; l'utll nhfd KvtTy Friday by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor ,nUml t tln Pcntolllw ut (ilumtiun, aw Mo.xk'o, fur tratisinlsilon llirouifli ' lit" MnlN in Second t'lnaa Mntl Mm- Subscription Rates I ."o nr enir In lulvinirr B.IHI per ur if not pa lil In uilvitinv. Hoc tor x nmiitlis In iulvnmt. AdOertising Rates .'I oeiiti. ht single column Ineli. ptteli 'loerttim 10 rents pur slniflp column 1 untuirt. UK'ul iliiinn .1 cents I lim- phi'Ii insertion Give the Chamber of Com- merec a boost by paying your I membership fee anil dues. Every man's life is a failure who does not try to do some thing to leave the world richer than lie found it. sin No matter how small is. examine its tracks and you will find that they point straight to the pit. ' Another good snow fell Tuesday. There is plenty of moisture in the ground now and it can be used to a good advantage later in the season, The salary bill is now a law, same having been pas...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. MTIQNAL CAPITAL AFFAIRS Speaker Clark Robs Congressmen of Pleasures WA8HINOTON. "And whllo the chair Is about It, he will suggest that It Is a good thing; for members to keep their feet down from the tops of the seats." Thus spake Speaker Clark, scolding his colleagues as a school master chides errant children. Homo of the house members were violating house rules by smoking In the cham ber, despite the rigorous censorship on smoking upheld by the doorkeeper and his minions. Speakor Clark, himself a strict observer of the house rules In every sense of the word, rose upon the rostrum, tare! In hand, at the close of a vote on one of the bills, and said: "Before taking up the next bill the chair desires to make a statement The rules of the house prohibit smoking Inside this hall. Complaint has been made more than once about the violation of this rule. Now there Is plonty of space outside for gentlemen to smoko. "And whllo the chair Is about It, ho will suggest It I...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 March 1915

THE OOLUMBUB COURIER. The Gall of the Gumberlands By Charles Neville Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play (CoprrUbu igit. to W. I. Wan ft C) 8YNOPOIS. On Misery cmk Rally Stiller flnds aorsa Leseolt. a lamtacap painter, un conscious. Bplcer South, head of tho hm lly. trlla 8amon South and Sally that Jess Purvy hai been shot and that Sain ton li suspected of the crime, samion denlea It. Tht ahootln or Jm rurvy breaks the truce In the llollman-South feud. Samson reprovea Tamarack Splcer (or telling Sally that Jim I!llman li hunting- with bloodhounds the man who hot Iurvy. The bloodhound! loie the trail at Splcer South'! door Lscott dis covers artistic ability In Samion, While sketching; with Lescott on the mountain, Tamarack discover! Samion to a Jeering crowd of mountaineer!. Samion thraahei him and denounce! him aa the "truce buster" who ihot Purvy. lescott trlei to persuade Samion to go to New York with him and develop his talent Sally, loyal but heartbrok...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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