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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 6 October 1916

THE COLUMBUB COURIER MISS NLAIK Public Stenographer OtlltUn fiWrnli, DuiMlny LAW AND INSURANCE Or net Ot W. C. Hoover U. S. Ct'M.MISSIONKK NOIAK) IMJHI.IC I'ln- ln-jw Itir i Deed. Miii'Urag-es. . 'iinti-uel imil ull Ij'vai 1'ain'i's given puiileiilur utte iitliin. Mno ull mutters prctilthlug tn l'. s i iiuiiiilotloniM' ilutli'S I UU Wl'ltC .illlll III !' nill'e II tic ik-iI lit ('(iinpiiiiiMH FINNEGANSPHlLOsOPHY Single Track Mind. 'Whin la in'' naked Klniiegiio "Sure iii lu.litlliu)piili- In nld hi was full r Aiitiiiintiil I'niii-ert'tlaiu l'w tint's iluil )t ii) t T l I In- linn utile m I- nn linn k inln. I i kiiH4 -pin-. in rniiiiil nml rmmil mi lvii h iimn .i,ii tell tulmt awlti'li II will ilik up. Ii .l.nii. in iiwlf Su e Uliiiutu ntii'i'i' '" 1,1 '"' " Tn Mid Hip mrumed rrplgfil 'They're mil warship, he nya. , unlcM I change me iiilml.' In uya. which I lime.' hi snys. 'an Hiuiywuiij o is ii Uur.' he an., Inn I , i efllse tn illncu-in It. lie any, 'I'll , pus, the liuefe tn ('nl...

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. — 6 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. T II E (" 0 1. V M B T S C 0 t' K I E K 'lIU.ISHKn KVKRY FRIDAY KSTABLISHKO IN l!W.) 0. K. PARKS. Editor and Publisher NOTES HY THE M. E. CHl'ItCH PASTOR Hood congregations greeted the preachers last Sunday the mterwl at tho Postoliice of Columbus as second class mail matter ow in the evening that listened Subscription Rates. One Hollar and Fifty Cents per Year; Six o attentat vely to (. hnplain Months. Seventv-Five Cents ; Three Months. Forty Cents. Maddox s able discourse being exceptionally large. The Sunday iwimjtibivi' t?amh.' School also had a larger attond- AP LRTIMNt. BAILS ance than usual, wenty cents per single column inch: Monthly contract on eight An enthusiastic meeting was inches or more, fifteen cents per inch for ench insertion. Local held at G::?0 p.m. tor reorganiz readers Tpn cents per line for each inosrtion. three lines for ing the work of the Lpworth Twenty-five cents. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks League. The attendance was T...

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. — 13 October 1916

J. It. Hughe Columbus is the Only Port of Entry and Natural Gateway From Old Mexico into New Mexico Vol. VI. Columbus, Luna County. New Mexico. October 13, 1916. No. 17 lamftff BLAIR HEADS LUNA .COUNTY ORGANIZATION Columbus man now heads the Organization in (his county Was the unanimous choice of all the candidates for the county offices. At a meeting of the precinct Jiairmen of Luna county, held m Denting last Monday, J. H. Ulair of Columbus was unani mously elected chairman of the republican central committee. I'he candidates and the party were dissatisfied with Noonan, who elected himself chairman .,t the republican county con vention, and his resignation was .liiuiivtl. A limuhpr nf the lpnilpra assembled in A. V. Pollard's of- iiu last Saturday and received i he resignation of Noonan. A man to take his place was not lei ted at that time, but a meet ing of the precinct chairmen was called for Monday, which was unanimously in favor of the Columbus man. It seems that none of the c...

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. — 13 October 1916

r fjj iVTiM.'1 i For Infants nnd Childron. . - urn rrvr. u ALCOiiui. '"-TT sunttaUnrt. we roou - OniuMorptoeiwrlitnta Not S.uicoTic. fig? 1 ""'ioSSOFSUSEB Exact Copy of Wrapper. -n.t wim c em The Palace Market j Willingham & Middleton, Props. Fresh Beef, Pork, Sausage Located just opposite tbe Drug Store We tfant you busines and tiill giOe you ' the right prices j Columbus and Western New j Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS I We have located and sold over 100,000 acres of Lower Mimbres Valley lands. Know every foot of the valley and can secure for you the best bargains. 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, ftSjiSS BH!- Louis Heilberg John R. Blair J. W. Blair, Local Agent Columbus, -:- New Mexico nsips J. A. MOORE When in doubt as to what you want in regard to Job Printing try the Courier. We arc always at your service. We know how. Mothers Know That Genuine Casto...

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. — 13 October 1916

Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" THE BEER OF QUALITY Bottled HUGHES PITILESS ON In His Mind and on His Tongue More Than Any Other Single Problem With Which Mr. Wilson Has Paltered. CRAZY CHAPTER OF BLUNDERS No One Can Hear Him Speak Without Seeing the Reality of Hit Indigna tlon Over the Heartlen Policy of the Democratic Administration Toward American Men, Women and Children, American Cltliena, Sol. dlera and Sallori Along and Acroia the Rio Qrande. Soon ufter Mr. Huilies n iioml .uited it frli'iul Milit to linn: 'tiotrruor. if the Aiiirrlt'iiti tHii!i. foicrl Mcxl tin tlUiinu'"' the) ilo not deserve to lme oii foi I'rrsltlent." Quick ' tliish lif replied: '"rite t'linilliliili' h dodge.4 Hic'MrxIciiu illriu'c docs ml dinTe to lit I'rcslileiil." II'' did iu uround1il B'ddfesx of iicerptuiiie 'or compliment or cilllclxiu In ml mill' of lis uVlhery lull (lie tiliiotmt "f ""e lie devoted to llif Mcxlenii dincnu'c tiiur fotirtiied Thinner or (hinder"-.Mir...

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. — 13 October 1916

THE C01.DMBTI8 COURIER. ON THE TRAIL OF HIS SECOND TERM FORTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ; FOR MCDONALD'S GAME WARDEN; TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS THE REMARKABLE PERFORMANCE IN OFFICE OF TRINIDAD OABEZA DE BACA, NEPHEW OF THE DEMOCRATIC CAN-J DIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. WHO IN THE FIRST NINE MONTHS OF 101C, HAS SPENT MORE PUBLIC MONEY PRO VIDINQ HIS FATHER IN-LAW WITH A JOB THAN FOR PROPAGATION OF FISH, GAME AND BIRDS. WHEREIN "JOBS FOR DESERVING DEMOCRATS" GETS IN ITS FANCIEST AND MOST COSTLY WORK1 l iiiniltid Cube tie lima in plii M of I if IVmoi tutu- cmitllilate lor OOteluor of New Mexico. It. a uesurtiuy Inuiuc-rat ' TllllUlml H a fatorile Willi tile McDonald ailmiiitstriillun lie did nol gel utitu Hi.' lob as Kisb uiid (iHtiie Warden of Nev Mexico for apteral months .ill" William ' McDonald became li.vernor There were kcm-i.i1 . nun tiales fm i lie offlee gome from the Heco allot. sonic fiom '.it 'outit.t. some ironi among sterling Democrats In Albuu.net uue Sev -ihI of these Hit n weir r...

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. — 13 October 1916

THE C PLUMB DB COURIER. FIRST STATE BANK THE TRAGIC STORY OF THE SACRED STATE SCHOOL FUNDS USED FOR PAYMENT OF DEMOCRATIC POLITICAL DEBTS ah Accurate Statement From the Public Records of New Mexico Concerning the Durkwt Chapter in the History of Banking- in This State and of Public Adminiitration of Rnnbin.r p.i,,i.. . With Verbatim Quotations From the Testimony Given Under Oath by Officials of the McDonald Administration Phi: 1 'ii Ml Slulu Hank of Ian 1 i i (lies fuliid December 8, l'Jil, . .Ii a tiush lell ull Uiiough : lit' male . ti.i.ik had bten lootttl b I lie pirn ... ut. 1'. It. II. Slnitb. uml IiIb (re. l . i - . of something in excess of $14ii. I u Hie failure lefi a iu.il ol inlun ...I illdlgllutiOll in I lie .u.-HIIU Mill . I ll ull but ' blOke ' llli' New M'-XIIU - .lie College, of Agriculture und Sin . Art.-, fundi- oi which were do ,. il ll.Cle. i ..I i.m v. C. McDonald and liU i. a ee. I Ion e Hti.esi. atnte tratel ..udi.oi und bank exumlller, had , ... ii tin uuiti...

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. — 13 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. T II 15 C O I. r M H l' S (' 0 l' K I E K IVBLISIIKD EVKUY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN IflOD (',. K. PAUKS. Editor anil Publisher IIEUI1EKI2 ENTKH. TAINS YV. ( T. V. Cnntiiiui'd from Pago I KnUral iral at the Postolllce of Columbus as second c Ihw. mal mnttoi , t, , of oup Subscription Uates. One DollHr and fy,8Mrrnn?i' church to combat in every way Months. Seventy-Five Cents; Ihroe Months. 1-oi t Cents. vpp of inlcm,)Cranccto ADVERTISING HATES practice total abstinance our selves and lovinjily and earnost lv inculcate it on all by word , 1 NEW MEXICO I STATE NEWS I j , ., , N.olP" ' m n N"" " '"' I . IIMiM. HV5CVIV i i i Hons Ana rouniv l'-"' ' .. ! '.'""?, ...v.nllon rt' I wontv cents per ahiKle column men; 4uoniniy cumrnci on uik , v.i Ami the Uev " ' ' xnn,,sl ,'m,vrn"?. ,,;, iv lfi or more, fifteen cents per Inch for each Iniertlon. Loca J h; Mclean "of New York! .7j; KS,' ?' - readers Ten cents per lino for each most-lion, three lines for f .'. ,,tUrized public...

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. — 20 October 1916

,. ii. Jiugbeo Columbus is the Only Port of Entry and Natural Gateway From Old Mexico into New Mexic Vol. VI. I en Pages Columbus. Luna C o-ii.n New Mexico. October 20. 1910. No. 18 LOONS MUST ALL CLOSE ON OCTOBER 31 CHEMICAL ENGINES NOW , HEADY FOR BUSINESS "WHY WORRY-ITS NOT AN ISSUE" The chemical fire engines be longing to the city, which arriv-! ol several days uko. have been net up and arc ready to do their work m cane a (ire breaks out. Order issued by the mayor to .They were stored and no one effect that all near beer joints) seemed to think anything about must close with this month. , them until the little lire Tues Means ureal reduction in the day evening. The villas trus villnge revenue. tees liad a meetinjr that eve- , ning and the first business eon-! Notice whs served upon the Uldored was getting out those proprietors of all places in town (ire fighters and getting them so where the drink known as near they would be of some tme to eer is sold Wednesday to the i the city...

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. — 20 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS COUUIER. T II K V 0 I. V M Ill'S COURI E II PntLlSHEO KVKUY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN 1009 0. E. PARKS, Editor and Publisher "DOG-GONE IT ALL!" Notice For Publication Entered at the Postoilke of Columbus as second class mail matter Subscription Kates. One Dollar and Fifty Cents per Year: Six Months. Seventy-Five Cents ; Three Months, Forty Cents. ADVERTISING RATES Twenty cents per single column inch : Monthly contract on eight inches or more, fifteen cents per inch for each insertion. Local readers Ten cents per line for each inesrtion, three lines for Twenty-five cents. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks Twenty cents per inch. No foreign advertisement accepted less than Twentv-five cents. COLUMBUS. LUNA COUNTY. N. M. OCTOBER 20, 1016 Is it not amusing to note the disappointment th" is shown on the face of the average easterner when he alir .rom the train? Thov seem to have the idea that us westerners all have a big six-shooter strapped on our hip and do not object ...

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. — 20 October 1916

THE WRECK OF THE FIRST STATE BANK THE TRAGIC STORY OF THE ILL-FATED BANKINfl tnrtttii 11 iu in im, MONEY OF NEAR SIX Himnnvn inha S? VAW fob n5ptNi!HAT10N AND WH0 WAITED IN VAIN FOR OFFICIAL HELP OR A WORD OF WARNING. SACRED STATE SCHOOL FUNDS USED FOR PAYMENT OF DEMOCRATIC POLITICAL DEBTS An Accurate Statement From the Public Records of New Mexico Concerning the Darkest Chapter in the History of Banking in ?.V, V,nd of Publio Administration of Banking Regulation With Verbatim Quotations From the Testimony Given Under Oath by Oliicials of the McDonald Administration u tuitlnueil tioni o" i tie merest him oi 'he bor.k .o'lni! mine to then r.ie, (lovernor MclHinnld's Bi1iiilnlntr.it on. which i ew all about It Dn th other hand, ptople uu tin- governor's r... t n'iihe tho regents of the i?lnte t dlege- -putting the ncre rum-. f i - eollcgt- Into Smith' bar-l. -pi,, v i m 'hot the Kltst State ll.niU had 'he , ,n'ii.np n thn tn'.. ,,..n ,i, They ern even urged b) Mute utli-iiuls- the reg...

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. — 20 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. TAFT EXCORIATES HIS SUCCESSOR COLUMBUS DRUG COMPANY Asserts the Democratic Party and Its Candidate Are Seek ing a Vote to Power by Disingenuous and Un sound Pleas. LEFT CLEAN SLATE FOR ! WRITING MEXICAN POLICY ! Farmer Pretldent Oeelirti Thit the Panose Under Oureit of the Adam ten Bill Wit One cf the Greatett National Humiliation! to Which Our Countr Hat Even Been Sub JeeteJ. I taring i bat the (Hiiipulcu of 1PIO i as ImiMirtunt n tho emtipulKti of HW and resembles thnt cxnumleri In Mint tlis I -niH-niUc party nnd tt i ' uulwlate nr sei'Mtn; a vote of power 1 f'ir illHliijfiMniinis, ufioutnl, but nllur- I h b rfHmia. WttllnM II. Tnft. former i "resident of tht Unltt-d PfHte. n.'ttv i "I'd the npenlw; allures' of the Now i .i"rey Itrpiibllctin state rnmpiiik-n nt 1 unton Mr Tuft smUI, In jmrt "TIip Kri'Ht public nilxiintnjto In or Kiinlintlun rnd combination of cap ital and of wage-earner:) wo all reroc nlie. Tho power tltey acquire maj. however, become no grea...

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. — 20 October 1916

Trinidad Cabeza De Baca Is the Game Warden of New Mexico By Appointment of GOVERNOR ile is a near kinsman of ezequiel oabeza de 11a0a the democratic candidate for governor of new mexico. governor McDonald s oame warden took of. f1ce june 10, 1912. since that time he has spent $43,514.72 of Public Funds of Which Only $2,261.02 HAS BFEN SPENT FOR THE PURCHACE AND DISTRIBU TION OF FISH, GAME AND BIRDS. The Balance, $41,253.70 Ifas been spent j.v De Baca for salaries of himself and deputies. fr his relatives as "Special Deputies," for traveling: and of I ice expense, for purchase of automobiles and gasoline. DURING THE FIRST 9 MONTHS OF 1910 WAPDEN DE BACA HAS SPENT $1J.,05G,57 Only $203 87 Has Been Spent for Stocking Our Fields, Forests and Streams IN THIS SAME PERIOD (FIRST 9 MONTHS OF 1316) OAME WARDEN DE BACA HAS PAID TO HIS FATHER IN-LAW, MANUEL SOSAYA, $897.00 IN SALARY AND EX PENSES, AS a "SPECIAL DEPUTY." Tlir inrtMi'. n nt New Mexico, those vtlm fish nmi limit, iimint 'ii tin- ...

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. — 20 October 1916

THE CCl I NK'S C0UK1ER ROADS AS AN ISSUE IN THE NEW MEXICO CAMPAIGN By Dr. S. M. Dr. 8 M Jonuson k kiioh tor bin advocacy of better roads and roi the wide publa .ti hi writing n'l add"-. sc ll'- given l.' H) li tl.i' Hitler 'ii i!n laist 1 1. m eighteen vcar i( ,, ft iv " i. fill ill I if ih. Prealnteri.iti in pastorates ot mcreaa i- i iiu e r. Iowa .!i Den li I ,ii i . t.-eil eitkito n ' 'loo N'lWItl ten ''.la g on .1 m " .v.'i'v ,it I! all. ll I. Ml i li.-re i.. . He lid- been 111 li- wo-king relation with Ho vi v use busin-aa men have l.c Hil'v behind hiiu in hts wo's iv roads Im inimson won for himself a ostionai reputation through the impetus he gave the (lood Rout It'll la loogree aud m nartlcu lar the provision of a milium ilo1 iar a vear for ten vara foi nda on nutloual forests . . . UKTlNATELt or otherwise the road Issue haa become a leading road Iaaue haa become a leading 'stie In the campaign in thta atate Theoretically roada ahould be kept out or politic Practically It s...

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. — 20 October 1916

TAMPICO SCUTTLE THE OOLUMBDB COURIER. SAYS ROOSEVELT F ELECTION WERE G.LRY .'hll DemocriU Are Admittedly th Champion Queitlen Flendi, It It Believed Thlt Quli It t Un niwerble at Their Matt Childlike Effort. If elei'Mim ilny Here relil.iil VVlUnn iniilu- mt tvutilii llltlr of tin Constituted So Grave an Offense i.nn.u ,r uri.nrntioti m unni-uiui ujainst the Nation's Honor and Duty That the Man Responsible Should Be Removed From Office. WILSON CANNOT SHIELD HIMSELF BEHIND DANIELS Authentic Proof That Americana In j Peril Were Deierted by Their Own Government Agalntt the Pretetta of the Senior Naval Officer Preterit Moat Pualllanlmoua Episode In the Naval Annal of Our Country. ' Thfuilnre ltifu'.exelt In u letter lu I l-iii lleulenhilil. the unwil rliif. .-rltu l'reslileiit Wllnw .mil Seere i ii) Ihllll.'N III tiilmri linn nltli I tie Tunipk'ti ulTiilr, when I lie AlherU-nn MirlilH twre ivltlulrunii li oilier iif i lu Atluilnlstrutlim. Tilt- rtitunel n : You huve presented mithi-mlr p...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" THE BEER OF QUALITY Bottled W pa p 11 V ill The Beverage for Health and Strength NOX-1 NTOX I C 'AT I NO GERMAN STYLE LAGER BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - - - PHONE 305 BnEBBHBBlSSKS9BaEBHSB3EI Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS W'c have located and sold over IQ&QOO awes of Lower Mimbres Vallev lands. Know every foot of the valley and can secure for you the best bargains. A few government claims jrat to be had. Buy your town lots from us and get them first hand, best terms given purchasers. HELLBERG & BLAIR, figgSS m' Louis Hellberg John R. Blair .1. W. Blair. Local Agent :- New Mexico WILSON'S PERU PROTEGE i Children Cry for Fletcher's xvwwvww Recognized Benavidcs as Presi dent After He Had Obtained Power m a Sis'er Republic by Treachery and Violence. ACT DOES NOT SQUARE WITH SMUG DICTUM IN HIS SPEECH cor.-...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 October 1916

HARVEY REDHOT FORHUGIIES Espousal by Distinguished Edi tor ol the Cause of the Re- ' publican Candidate a Significant Campaign Feature. ORIGINAL WILSON BOOSTER rl Tskrs Thlt Action Not Oeciuie He Is the Victim of Ingratitude But Decauee Wilson Stand for Wllion Flrit nd Col. Harvey Cannot Aitiit m the Betrayal of Hi Country for n.e Gratification of Pertonal Ambl. tion A Democrat' Patriotic Stand. Tile HVimnl if the eiiuse uf Mr, Hushes liy (.'olntiel (itiri;r Harvey Ik .. nf (lie distinct ttiiiurcs of die pies.nl eiiinpnliiti. It n until he iiillrtint III Itself Hun ii mini iif Ills pieMlk'e. who liHtl nluii.ti trained with ilie lleliniftiitle jmit Imil epued i lie cause of Hit- Itepubllenn .until. .iHie Hut In Mr. Hare' ease ilie -iKiilllciiliee Is vci-j iuiiiIi renter " ell lis the Importmiee of the eeul. He lias been mil im! a lii-nmerat, I. hi ti Wilson lieuuierill. .Moreover, In- wu the llrst uiiin of ironiliienee 10 iiihiKnte the eleeilon of Woutlniu lUNiiu us President, unit f...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. i NEW MEXICO STATE NEWS :;-ao Socorro county ha .".i-'4 pupil uf "i liool age. Th.. now I'arlabad urtuor building U a fine one. SuRai boetn will be lalsod next ear tiy UtmilUK farmera. OlwmtorB are now at flam a Fe pro faring to Ut 111 for oil. Too iJanta Ki ta levy ha been ' 1 1 l at IS.62 per $100. Claude ttosfctn of Roy ground bin : lingers In a elder preea. There are 17S cadet enrolled at lie Roswell Military Institute V. H. Burin of Mountaineer had hm jaw broken by a well drill. The l of 42.HUIT acres of Mtmbres alley land was reported at Detnlng Ernest latherman was burned b bucket of biasing fasoltne at tlo After years of Idleness, ibe u' nils at Alaniogordo an again bu Two man alleged to have taken gold .re from toe Altec talas made tbeir . ncape. The Curry county grand lury was uncharged after indicting twenty-four persons. There are twenty-seven student teachers enrolled at the New Mexico formal University. Three ions ol gold and silver ore icro shipp...

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. — 27 October 1916

Columbus is the Only Port of Entry and Natural Gateway From Old Mexico into New Mexico mntut Vol. VI. I in MilHes Columbus. Luna Counn New Mexico. October 27, 1916. No. 19 Fall and Bursum Behind Move ment to Get Troops Here Chas. Heath Elected Head of Luna Co. Road Commissioners COURIER WILL FURNISH ELECTION RETURNS The Courier lias mack- a con tract with the Western I'nion Telegraph Company for the com plete election returns and will have a special wire put into the Courier building. Bulletins will be posted just as fast as they come in on a board in front of the ollice. Ti.ll.nllnnn nulla .ll Iw. ,, Mr. Heath-Plans mapped mil ;i wmI a, njjl ,0'nf iU1(, ',. for immediate action Will untin.. r.r m rv.,...,.. ...m i. .... appropriate funds. tlu slruols earjy Wednesday ,. " , , 1 morning giving complete results I he new road board recently, ,. ., .nnrh na ia ni.oiioi.i,. t movement here at a mass meet- appointed new tneir tirst meet- that time. ng Wednesday evening to get ing Monday a...

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. — 27 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER i II H O I. I M 1 S (' o l' R I 15 It P' lil.lSIIKD K Kin KRIDAN KSTAHLISHKD IN' I'liKi (i. PARKS, Kclitor ami Publisher Kntered at the Postottkc of Columbus as second class mail matter Subscription Rate. One Dollar and Fifty Gouts mv Yam; Six Months. Seventy -Five Cents: Three- Month. Forty Cents. ADVERTISING RATES l enty eonts per single column inch: Monthly contract on eight J. R. Chadborne is among the democrats who cannot auptKirt I W ilson this fall. Mr. Chadborne says In has been a democrat for forty years, but has become so disgusted with Wilson policies thai I ho cannot support him. He does nut believe that it means war u tiugncs is ciccieu, oui nun 11 uson is Hieciuu mui win m- i.uv.-.i upon us by the Mexicans, unless wo give in entirely. Many of the newspapers of the state have refused the ud- jvcrtising sent out by the republican committee. Some give as u reason that the ndvortimnp; is libelous, and others mat tney mo noi need the money, while still ...

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