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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 December 1916
WE are Headquarters for all Xmas Good Eats and Want Your Trade. CJService and Quality can not be equaled outside of the great cities. String Smilad for Decorations, 8 feet long 40c Holly and 'Mistletoe Strawberries drape per lb .20 (iuava per lb 12' j Quince - per lb 10 Pomegranates Pineapple ... . per lb 20 Artichoke ... . each 15 Red Cabbage . .r ... .per lb0t Routing Barn - ... .-. 2 for 15 tiale . ...... each 10 Kohirnbnir . each OS Leeks- 10 Parsle bunch 05 Pnrsnlpw .. .. ..per lb OS Hanamw .30 to .10 Doz. Oranges . .30 to .00 Doz. i W. N. Pcarmtan Hweot Apples Jonolhan Rellflouor ' lb . l-:i I Win tumps S Lettuce, fancy bend 10 Ccller. etra fancy bunrli 15 CcHerj. good CranherrtCN t lire Hone in enmb I'rcMlt 1'ntnto I hips CHEESE (ierimin Hrenkfrun Ncufchntcl . . Pnninento (irccn t'ltilli Cauliflower Sweet Potatoes .. bunch 10 . .per lb 15 . 15 . . each 15 each 15 each 15 each 15 per lb 12' 2 per lb 05 Something Neti and Artistic: Ladies1 Toilet Sets from $1.50 to $12.00 Gtnt'...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 December 1916
Columbus is the Only Port of Entry and Natural Gateway From Old Mexico into New .Mexico Vol. VI. ANT CLAUS TO VISIT POOR KIDS OP STATE ill In' no empty .stockings on Chri-tnms morning Ir I)r, I. likens is notified Their will be no empty stock-' ngs hanging by the fire side in Sew Mexico on Christmas morn ing ' 1 ''"ku'is. superin temlent of the Children's Homej .Societ . lias his way. No home, i "howevoi humble, will be over looked by Santa Claus, nor will jjiere In- a lack of Christmas hour and Christmas plenty in any family in the state. Dr. I. likens has asked that all who know of a needy family in Sew Mexico, the members of jhich lace tile prospect of a lack if yulrtide merriment, eommuni atc tii' name of such family to him. Especially does he want he names of families where the hiMri n are likely to see noth ing of Santa Claus or his bene totncc on Christmas morning. lust the names and addresses is j that Dr. Lukens wants. He iml :-anta Claus will attend to lie rest. "Kih Kring...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 December 1916
THE COLUMBUS. COURIER. T II B C O L V M U US CO I' It I E It Save Money on Your Purchases at COLTMAN'S Everything in the line of Men's Clothing, Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear. A Large Assortment of B.V.Ds A Specialty in Trunks and Suit Cases C O L T M A N tmepSet , PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN 11)0!) (1. E. PARKS. Editor and Publisher Entered nt the Postolliee of Columbus ns second class mail matter Subscription Ratos, One Dollar and Fifty Cants per Year; Six Months. Seventy-Five Cents; Three Months, Forty Cents. ADVERTISING RATES Twenty cents per snide column inch: Monthly contract on eight inches or more, fifteen cents pur inch for each insertion. Local readers Ten cents per line for each inesrtion. three lines for Twentv-fivo cents. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks Twenty conts per inch. No foreign advertisement accepted less than Twenty-five cents. We extend you a cordial . . . . i visit the store invitation to and inspect our Ch nstmas ;t...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 December 1916
Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products 46 OUTHE SELECT" Bottled Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY i 1 Vdl Beer The Beverage for Health and Strength XOX-I XT( )X I GATING GE M AN TYLE T BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - - PHONE 305 NNOt NCEMENTS Diin nrnc ii a nrA a nr VJ LLsULL.l& 1 1 rt. l U VY A l IL lilM'ks. II' Klltllls, Hilars .lllli llllll'l ll.ll'thv.tlc KlXtll't'.s lor Ji.'Olil nr .i.v Home need caretul .itii iitii.n From uur .stuck of Huildeis Hardware .viu can clct t just what you want fur making repairs or in a ii"W building. 1HtU at thom before you buy. and hack of then, is uui guaranty of quality. J. L. WALKER The Makdwakf. Man POLITIC VI r . i 0) u 1 7V1fvjrri-1cf'HnmilOTi First Secretary of theTrcnsur When eleven years old lie was put to work as errand boy in a bank. By study. industry and thrift he learned the business, saved enough to make profitable investments, became prom incnt, fought in the Revolution, signed the ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 December 1916
THE COLUMBUS COURIER. I, A ('10 V ilAIM'Y NEW YEAR j is assured to ymi if we furnish ou with meats and provisions There is no greater cause for ' satisfaction than the finest meats the market affords. A f well-fed and healthy stomach . looks out upon the world with J an optimistic eye. This is the right priced market of highest j iialit it-s. f M A U K 10 T . T .Tv m, im n....n ,)0lM1 nviln!)ll to properly pursue K0R SA, K6 Houses and lots. AN I M)IA hl.Ol'hl) development work. On he east ., lwo m)m Rt0bes and 1 tlirw KhSOl'Kl L. slo,H. of thlW Hlm. ,u.ks HU- fnime hU80i a 1.0I)U,(, t 77 c .i patrick has carried on extensive , ,0,mn((, prce 1,000. Conipnntivcly few of the per- ,n.os,,ct work anil as he is conn- E1Bon(Iorr tf .mium mm iumi- nit lAjnti .- ,. Wise mi nor is n u'" bres Valley their home ronlUe iliu.liur Hxcellont lead. that nature has placed at their j tML, Krjdns, Carroll, Wad-' j.qh RENTThc old Postof disposal one of the best resources 1U othors have duplicated fjci, ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 December 1916
SsfUfiKssififiifiifiSfiif aswwifHffifaraRfnfCfiif Th wm UBJECT: 5fittfi!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi!fi$!fiS WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR And Take this Means of Thanking our Many Friends and Customers For a Share of Their Patronage, and Trust that our Service will Merit the Continuance of Same. eadows' Drug Store By W. A. Grundy, Mgr. M Columbus Th Open aturday Dec mbe AT 5:30 P. M. WITH A FOX PROGRAM 66 REGENERATION 99 In FiVe Acts a; w ifi ifi ifi ifi Si ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi a? ifi ifi bh ifi if; ifi if; i if ifi ifi ifi if! ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi Hi $ ifi ifi a? if; tre
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 December 1916
W! WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR And Desire To Thank our Many Friends and Customers For Their Liberal Patronage, and Trust that our Service will Merit the Continuance of Same. J AS. T. DEAN CO. Xmas Greetings TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS mm w ion i uu- A iRimj (Shnstmas auft x ffiajtjiij attft Jjlrn&pmuts Nrut f ear ANSCTO CAMERAS C SPEEDEX FILM yOU can depend on the Ansco Vest Pocket Camera to re cord in picture form the happy events of Christmas day. Do your part towards making the day pleas ant by giving one of these compact little cameras. It makes pictures so clear and sharp they ran he enlarged success fully. Several styles and sizes. See our assortment of I Ansco Cameras, priced from $2 to $55. COLUMBUS DRUG CO. R. W. Elliott, Manager COLUMBUS. N. M.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 December 1916
"The Courier" Wish Its cs Many Read ers a Very Sussessful and Happy New Year vol."- v mnus. Luna t. ountv. New M exico. Dcicmbcr 29. 1916. No. 28 fliVPV CLAL'S VISITS OFFICIAL HKT11HNS (ilVK hAM (OLUMHUS KIDDIES WILSON HKJ LEAD t ui miMic Christ mns trees fur- Complete Count or Ballots Cast ni'h much amusement and i for Presidential Kace shows ...kI ulentv o! Hwccis wem. riuraiily STATIC SPENDS $2,000,000 HIt lll'Tllf)V!,'l) in- rivnv tr i rwnnv itn nnt immui it r. n uin UHK TI0N HUE CIIIUSTMAS DAY HKi HOLIDAY TRADE HKi SHOWING THIS YEAR :nllll!!tHwoMmUln,lpMK;,,l. n TiIP ,mrn l,'lonin to nry I'liint well prepared to take care Probably no town In the south- i)l8,822 education in tl, imr "M yoiojumcry uesiroyeu oi an local nusiness, mil is west mis made more rapid .. " V "-"' '""'lUlU. U.V lire (lllt'ini? the ItOIlVV W nil l.'iml rnnn nn ...... ,ull, ll...r. I , , i-hriHuinw trees wore Complete ollleial returns on S!!? X!? :l.ti-t .11. . ' )V the Sunday School; the presidential elect...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 December 1916
THE COLUMBUS COURIER IL Save Money on Your Purchases at COLTMAN'S Everything in the line of Men's Clothing, Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear. A Large Assortment of B.V.D.'s A Specialty in Trunks and Suit Cases t ii h c o i. r si h r s c o r it i k k PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN 100!) G. E. PARKS. Editor and Publisher v COLTM AN OPPOSITE THE CABARET Entered at the Post office of Columbus as second class mail mattor Subscription Rates. One Dollar and Fifty Cunts 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 rondors Ten cents per line for each inesrtion. three lines for Twenty-five cents. Resolutions of respect and cards ot thanks Twenty cents per inch. No foreign advertisement accepted less than Twenty-live cents. COLUMBUS. LUNA COUNTY. N. M. DECEMBER SO. 11) Hi The charges made by the AUnni...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 December 1916
Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" THE BEER OF QUALITY Bottled Beer The Beverage for Health and Strength NOX-INTOX I ( 'ATI NO GERMAN STYLE LA.GE BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - PHONE 305 4 " mi iuiwiiiiiiinniiur-tiiii i.-: imTiMimm-mt-.mTmrv mm I. Till! I n BUILDERS' HARDWARE I .''!;. IIddi Knulw, llini' t nd I liber Hani i;uv Kixl 'in-. ttir . Ii Hil or New Hume iii'i-il f.uvlui ulteiitiiin From our stork ot Minlil" !'".' Ilanhuiir y-iii c;m -! i I iii-i what yuii want lur making rcp.nr-. ur in 11 n"i liuililinu Iiink ,it thiMii before .vim Imy. in id buck (if them is our u'uiii inity "I in.ilit,y. J. L. WALKER Tiik IIardvake Man POLITICAL AN NIU'NCEME.YIS r? Robert Morris Fmoncicv oi lc REVOLUTION Animmigram boy, he ran errand a for a Philadelphia store worked, studied. stved a little out of meager earnirtRS against later needs And during the Revolutionary war Morris gave ganarously of his resources for ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 December 1916
I II nmn I l nil VtBraimw t?r?r:rT,! patticim ucvw Mcvinn THF I1FPARTMFNT OF mibiN w u.AMv ur i uh I ILL 111 HtintlLAlUU """"J Yin PU!TTIRM meat expenses and Mmpnrc f HEALTH AND SANITATION you're ahead oi the game if j you do your trading here. Our ' I. motto is the selling of the fin est meats obtainable at prices that permit us but a slender margin of profit. But. re member on a big business and on the large sales made to highly gratified customers on the bulk of it all do we look for our compensation. M A R K 1CT SANITARY BOARD ESTIMATES 1. 100,000 HEAD, WORTH $40,000,000. i liiiptmin. MuuliiH. N Totil of 270.C00 Head S'tlppcd Out of Stale During Year, Compared With 250.000 in 1915. j thing for granted, but sometime the tide will not return. Some day the last invitation will be given and will be accepted or spurned by you and then eter nity and face to face with life's record, and if the evil has not been wined out by the blood of .n nm,mn t.n.vip is snid to Jesus the only remedy...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 December 1916
1 SOCIETY WILL ENTHRTA1N MILITARY The management of the Harvey . . ii l . I-- iltusc will enierwtn me furnnwnwi of th tMirth Briirnde. together with " h(s stntT, at dinner toniirht. The Kuet will be Col. Fdwin F. Glenn, commander; Cant. William H. Ray mond, chief of stuff: t out S. L. Pim-. udkiuint: Cant. ( ldo N Clarke. srstant to the vljutait. and Mr Clarke; Lieut. K. i. Haii.renr, brigade quartermaster; Major Fred . Stnt Iner, Jr., camp quartermaster, .uvi Mrs. StrHrtnger; Capt. Tillman Camp bell, awietant camp riuartenrast r: Major M. A. DeLarety. camp surgeon; Mr F. W. Weed, r- ,tjiiit csimr SUrttetHi; Lieut. J. A. Daves. ordnance tHneori Cpt. C. .1. Hamilton ihstrutt or inspector Wyoniru Inf. 'pt Imm, lns.u. ti.r monitor it Ark.; Cap. F. P. T rre'il. intru t. i Itlieetr, Del., and Mrs. Ttrrell Owing to illness m tl.tit famm- -Lt. Cel. Hml Mrs. L. A. Fuller. Major and Sirs. II. C. I'illsbmy and Capt Btl Mrs. B. J. I'tllm-i bi unable to be present Major F. Ki bb- will also be n...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 January 1917
J. Lefts All Join Hands and Make This Y&ar A Prosperous One for the Valley Vol. VI. Columbui, Luna County, New Mexico, January 5, 1017. N .. 29 ffte soli 8. J. SMITH SUCCEEDS HEATH ON 110AIID Former County Representative President Wilson Friday sign appointed by McDonald ah I cd the Ferris bill, opening up 010 Iload Commissioner acre homesteads for stock rals- I Ing and grazing purposes. It Is Just before Governor McDon-' accounted to bo of great import aid retired as Now Mexico's chief ance to the West, executive ho appointed former i Tho bill passed the housu a loprcscntntlve 8'. J. Smith as n member of tho Luna county road board to succeed Charles Heath, whoso term expired. Governor McDonald asked tho a few days ago. Representative other two members of tho board i Ferris, of Oklahoma, Its author, soon after thoy were appointed ' says that a considerable part of to make n recommendation for the 300,000,000 acres of public tho office stating that ho would i lands in the West an...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 January 1917
THE COLUMBUS COMUHB. 8 i PATjA Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS Wc have located and sold over 100,000 acres of Lower Mimbrcs Valley lands. Know every foot of the valley and can secure for you the best bargains. A lew government claim yet to be had. Buy yonr town lots from us and fet them first hand: best term given purchasers. HELLBERG & BLAIR, Louis Hellberg J. W. Blaik, Columbus, -:- I FoAtforthGa1braith j Lumber Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ILVMBER Laths, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Composition Roof ing a Specialty. Golumbus, r.j7: in rz&zzt Tjtzuzz rzsKZ4 WILL CONSIDER OPTION ON Original Discovery Lapis Lazuli Semi-Precious Stone and Ultramarine Blue Pigment. Claim in the Tres Hermanas "Mining "District. Location Work has been Completed and Property is Ready for Development. WIRE OR p nnnUJII 809 East Boulevard, RITE""' BKUff El P. Texs, !2 I meat expenses and compare you're ahead of the gamo i...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 January 1917
THE COLUMBUS COURIER .'..T!IE "fcOLUMUUS C 0 U It I K.U, ESTAIiLISIIEI) IN lUO'l ruULlSHED EVERY FRIDAY mam 'nm G. E. PARKS, Editor nnd Publisher ' Cfs.ldren Cry for Fteichor's Entered nt the Postodlcc of Columbus ns second class mall mntter i Subscription Rates, Ono Dollnr nnd Kiftv Cents per Y .; Si Months, Sevcnty-Fivo Cents ; Three Months, Forty Cents. Save Money on Your Purchases at COLTMAN'S Everything in the line of Men's Clothing, Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear. A Large Assortment of B.V.Ds A Specialty in Trunks and Suit Cases COLTMAN OPPOSITE THE CABARET ADVERTISING RATES I Twenty cents per sinjtlo column inch; Monthly contract on eight inches or more, lift sen cents por Inch for ouch insertion. Local rcadors Ten cents per lino for ench inosrtlon, throe linos foi ' Twenty-five cents. Resolutions of respect nnd enrds of thunki Twenty centa per Inch. No foreign advertisement aecipl.v less than Twcnty-flvo cents. A Full Line of General Merchandise and Furni...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 January 1917
THE COLUMBUS COURIER m" ' rw'-mr"1-? r-r-, T7 zzzujm THOMAS G. LACKLAND The Peoples Choice for JUSTICE OF THE PEACE In The Election To Be Held Monday, January 8th HE BELIEVES IN - 1 1 . The Strict Enforcement of the Laws, and a Fair and Square Deal to All.
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 January 1917
THE COLUMtlUS COURIER Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" Bottled Beer E C A C L --- ! ( Co THE BEER OF QUALITY HIAWATHA "Near Beer" The Beverage for Health and Strength NON-INTOXICATING GERMAN STYLE LAGER BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - PHONE 305 t : : BUILDERS' HARDWARE ! IjocUh, Door Knobs, HinL't'snnd Other lliirdwure Fixtures lor kite Old or New Home need careful utttmliim From our stock of Hutlders' Hardware you can select just! J what you want for umkinu; ri'imlrs 01 in u ii.w tiuildinu;. 1 Look nt thorn before you buy. anil back of tliuin is our J KUiiranty of quality. J. L. WALKER 'x The Hardware Man Robert Moms POLITICAL AN NOUNTEM ENTS I hereby announce myself us u candldale for re-election In the office of Justice of the Pence, Precinct No. ., Luna County, subject to the will of the voter of wild precinct on .Monday, Jan unry 8, 1917. L. J. PEACH. I hereby announce my candl dacy for the office of...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 January 1917
Columbus is the Only Port of Entry and Natural Gateway from Old Mexico into New Mexico Eoitfief Vol. VI. Columbui, Luna County. New Mexico. January 12, 1017. No. 30 THOMAS J. COLE ELECTED JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Joss Fuller heads Hal in (he race for Constable. 219 votes were recorded Monday Tho precinct election held In the Justice of tho peace's olTka.has been incornorated for 3500. Monday January 8. for the pur-1 pose of electing n Justice of the Peace and Constable resulted In , the election or i nomas J. loic and Jess Fuller. A record vote for this precinct was cast, nnd eighty-eight voters selected the man to administer justice in Co lumbus for the next two years. Thu constable received eighty seven votes. The election day passed off ve ry pleasantly,, there being but littlo drunkeness nnd practically no disturbance of any nature. It was thought by most of those near the polling place that Thos. G. lackland was ahead, but the ' count showed him to be behind Cole by thirteen votes....