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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 16 February 1917

THE COLUMBUS COURIER THE COLUMBUS COURIER PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN 1909 G. E. PARKS, Editor and Publiaher Entered at tho Poatofllco of ColumbuB aa second class mail mutter Subscription Rates, One Dollar and Fifty Centa per Year; Six Months, Seventy-Five Centa; Thrco Months, Forty Cents. ADVERTISING RATES Twenty cents per slnglo column inch; Monthly contract on eight inches or more, fifteen cents per inch for each insertion. Local readers Ten centa per line for each incsrtion, thrco lines for Twenty-flvo cents. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks Twenty cents per inch. No foreign advertisement accepted less than Twcnty-flvo cents. Columbus, Luna County, Now Mexico, Friday, February 1G, 1017 NEEDED LEGISLATION A bill Is now pending before the state legislature adopting a new ballot, which is something on the order of the Australian ballot. Now Mexico certainly needs a different system of voting. An amendment to tho bill that is badly needed is a provision to allow ...

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. — 16 February 1917

TUB COLUMBUS COUIUER ORDINANCE NO. 31 MM Wine House 418 S. El Past St. El Paso, Texas. A. T. Hciser, D. J. McCautcy and N. C, Kedall, Proprietors bricit Wholeule and RtUtl Liquor Store el It'i kind In the ioutkweit. Bonded Whiskey, Full Quart $1.25 12 YEAR OLD. Red Top Burbon and Rye, OUR . .SPECIALTY All Kinds of Whiskeys, Wines and Cordials. Mill orden ihippsl th: tame dy received. NEW MEXICO STATE "NEWS .rn Nw.par L'nl.m Na 1r ! IIHIIM. IM .! r'b. II-JI Twtnlrthlnl Annual II i union nf tlx Hcaiiluli IIIU klxnut , . Mmiiri ft. Jul I-C Annual llfiinlon of Cuwlwivr . atpiicUtiuii al I Mm Vtfaa. New Mfilco Ihla year set It&T. 425X1 for pol roaili from (lie ,fedcrH ' appropriation. . Deputy County Clrtk Wlllliim It. Tipton, Jr, ot ln V haa rndgnrt and will lime for Hound I'p, Mont. New Mexico, aa a producer ul beuna I Now Mealco plntu In na In attract- Inn attention thiouKhoul tin1 country, i Dlirolullon pupera were tiled with I In. Male corpn allon coinnilMion by I hi' Aitu Hwici...

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. — 16 February 1917

THE COLUMDUS COURIER Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS We have located and sold over 100,000 acres of Lower Mimbrcs Valley landt. 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, ff SSjlBS BU- Louis Hellberg Job R. Blair J. W. Blair, Local Agent Columbus, -:- New Mexic j FoXtforth-Galbraith Lumber Company Wholesale and Retail Dcalcis in LUMBER Laths, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Composition Roof ing a Specialty. Columbus, iLemmon Uk.m.kus GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone us your orders for Fresh Fruit, and anything in the grocery line. We can deliver the goods, CALL PHONE NO. 16 Columbus, -: -:- New Mexico WEDDED HAPPINESS can bo assured by Rood meats, j A healthy and well fed man makes the ideal husband. Lay 1 the best meats before him and merit his everlasting a...

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. — 23 February 1917

J Columbus Citizens Great and Small Unite with the U; S. Army IfoGrief for General Fred Funston. lie Vol. VI. Cutumbui, Luna County, New Mexico, February 23, 1017. No. 30 SOMETHING DOING IN 2ITII INFANTRY CAMP! SICK LIST IS NO MOKE IN COLUMHUS, Washington's lllrthdny Celebrnl cd wllh n Rood boxing show and other cvcnta Tho cheerful weather of the' last few days has brought out the invalids, to tho gratification of their frlcmlH. Edwin Dean Is again at his post, although looking weak. Clare Moore who has been con fined to his mom with mi ntlt.nl, control of the Columbus "Y"l(rf.piieumonla. Is much Improved, whcyi It becomes certain that f Miss Frances Dabncy is able It will bo good news to tho men of the "lighting twenty fourth" that there Is a plan on foot by which they may have nough will avail themselves of the comfort of the big warm hall, to jqstify sending a super intendent from the colored 'lrnnch of tho "Y" from Now York to take care of the Inter ests, physical and spiritual ...

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. — 23 February 1917

TUB COLUMHUS COURIER T II E C O L V M H U S C O U It I E R PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN 1009 G. E. PARKS, Editor and Publisher Entered nt the Post office of Columbus as second class mail matter Subscription Rates, 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 inche or more, fifteen cents per Inch for each Insertion. Local readers Ten cents iter line for each incsrtion, three lines for Twonty-five cents. Resolutions of respect nnii cards of thanks Twenty cents per inch. No foreign advertisement accepted less than Twenty-live cents. Columbus, l.unn County, New Mexico, Friday, February 2.1, 1917 LETS HAVE A REAL ONEI The Federal Trade Commission is about to start an investi gation of the rise in food prices. It will ask the President to approve an appropriation of $100,000 for that purpose. It pro poses to cover every side of the food situation. Go...

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. — 23 February 1917

THE COLUMHUS COURIER THE MEAT QUESTION is tho most pcrploxlng one that confronts the housewife. Prices of meats hnvo gone up, but our scalo of prices nro rcnsonnblo. Wo have expert selectors for our meats. No bob-veal horo. Only tho very best veal, perfectly fresh, but not cut and stored without proper preparation. You need STATE OF NEW MEXICO Certificate of Comparison United States of America Stnto of New Mexico ) 88 It is hereby certified, that the annexed is n full, true and com- plcto transcript of tho Certificate of Incorporation of ! COLUMHUS ELKCTIUC LIGHT , AND POWER CO. (No. 8811) PATiA (1 13 MAKKE T J I c f WILLI NO II AM & MIDDLETON, Props, f Ml I Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS have no fear of tho absolutely I with the endorsements thereon, high quality of our meats. ns Hame appears on flic and of record in me oinco qi mo state Corporation Commission. In testimony whereof, tho Stato Corporation Commission 'of thw stnto of Now Me...

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. — 23 February 1917

THE C0LUM11US COURIER Los Angeles 418 S. El El Paso, A. T. Heiser, D. J. McCauley and Larieit Wholesale and Retail Liquor Slort of it's kind in the Southwttt. Bonded Whiskey, Full Quart $1.25 12 YEAR OLD Red Top Burbon and Rye, OUR SPECIALTY AH Kinds of Whiskeys, Wines and Cordials. Mail orders shipped the same day received. YOU ARE INVITED To Inspect our Spring Goods, Consisting of Messalincs, Taffetas, Lawns, Laces, Embroideries, Etc. We are also having a Special Sale of Shoes. .'.. Moore & Moore HOOVER iHOTKlI, I EUROPEAN PLAN ( ( Large, Well Ventilated Sanitary Rooms j Good ScrOicc COLUMBUS COLUMBUS DRUG CO. f R., W. ELLIOTT, Mgr. f We Carry the Largest Line of DRUGS, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES AND NOTIONS In Luna County When in doubt as to what you want in regard to Job Printing try the Courier. VVc arc always at your service. Wc' know how. The Courier for Job Printing Wine House Paso St. Texas. N. C. Kendall, Proprietor? Reasonable Rales NKW MICXICO J MEMORY OF FACES AN ASSET Hot...

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. — 2 March 1917

lov. 6 VbLVI. WORK ON COLUMBUS- IFIIKD DARROW A REAL i DEMINO ROAD CONTINUEsI LIVE DRY FARMERl It is certainly gratifying lo!,f .V" nrc ,r'ng to farm nncl the citizens of the county, es- ,,ltlln 'n ""b 'jnc cylinder j vv,..,.j tnunu uniuK iiic, I..UIIIII1- bus-Domlng highway, to seo the! thoroiiKhly buslness-llko and workmanlike manner in which tho present Road Commissioners are nrocoedlnir with the task nf making, what has always been ""It that they condemn Now a rcaly bad road, Into such a lane Mexico, Luna County, and the of travel as will bo far towards valley In particular, laying the improving communication be-'blame for their failure on overy tweon the two points, not to Mini? and everybody but not mention the increased advan-jrtMl"y placing tho blame whore tagos it wii offer the rural popu-' blame is due; I.e. on themselves, lation, who arc, in reality the'11 pleasure, therefore, to And ones most to be considered. i Taking that portion of tho road which is now being worked 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. — 2 March 1917

THE COLUMUUS COURIER ARE YOU LOOKING UI the beat butcher shop? If ho Just let us in on the prize com petition. We comimte on the score of our line meats, poul try and provisions wo com pete on quality, fnlr prices ami sanitary precautions taken. We think wo win the race. Drop In and look us over, then tell us what you think. STATE OF NEW MEXICO Certificate of Comparison United States of America ) State of New Mexico ') 88 It Is hereby certified, that the annexed is a full, true and com plete transcript of the Certificate of Incorporation of COLUMUUS ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO. (No. 8811) with the endorsements thereon. as same appears on file and of record in the olllco of the Stato Mexico, 10 shares; H. M. Recti, 'executed the same as their free Columbus, New Moxico, 0 act and deed. shares. VI 1 1 T, Pli1 M T tr im 1 record in the olllco of the S W I L LI iftV i J Mil) )VbW? P r p h . J Oration Commission, '"''"'""'--.-"-.l Ui testimony whereof, The period limited for the dur ation...

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. — 2 March 1917

THE C0LUMHU3 COURIER all 1 I Los Angeles Wine House 418 S. El Past St. El Pass, Texas. A. T. Heiter, D..J. McCauley and N. C. Kendall, Proprietors Uricit Wuoleule and Retail Liquor Slore ol It'i kind In Ibe Southwell. Bonded Whiskey, Full Quart $1.25 12 YEAR OLD Red Top Burbon and Rye, OUR SPECIALTY All Kinds of Whiskeys, Wines and Cordials. Mail orden shipped the same day received. YOU ARE INVITED To Inspect our Spring Goods, Consisting of Messalines, Taffetas, Lawns, Laces, Embroideries, Etc. We are also having a Special Sale of Shoes. Moore & Moore 'll HOOVER EUROPEAN 1 L Large, Well Ventilated Sanitary Rooms Good ScrOlce COL.UM13UK WATCH THIS SPACE FOR , NEXT WEEK'S AD When in doubt as to what you want in regard to Job Printing try the Courier. We are always at your service. Wc know how. The Courier for IHOTJJ J PLAN Reasonable Rates NI3W MldXICO -Job Printing NEW MEXICO STATE NEWS i ihiimi i: r . March SO-il -Martina N.w MaxleoCal tie nj Hum tlruwet' AnocUitluii Ml AlblMll....

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 March 1917

THE COLUMHUS COURIER T II E C 0 I, U M II U S COUHIE R PUHLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ESTAULISHED IN 1909 0. E. PARKS, Editor and Publisher Entered nt the Postolllco of Columbus as second clnss mull mntter Subscription Rates, One Dollar and Fifty Cents per Year; Six Months, Seventy-Five Cents; Three Months, Forty Cents. ADVERTISING RATES Twenty cent er single column inch; Monthly contract on eight inches or more, fifteen cents per inch for each Insertion. Local readers Ten cents per lino for each inesrtion, thrco lines for Twenty-live cents. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks Twenty cents per inch. No foreign advertisement accepted less thnn Twenty-fivo cents. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, Friday, March 2, 1917 COLMURUS GREATEST KVIL Nothing since the raid last March has ever happened that has caused one-tenth part the worry that has been caused by the circulation of rumors without the slightest foundation in the world. If people hove left the town and valley on account of fear...

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. — 9 March 1917

Military Co-operation Makes Possible our Memorial Services on the FirstAnniversary of the Raid. MM .3 mm jranet Vol. VI. Columbui. Luna County, New Mexico, March 0, 1017. No. 38 RUFUS WILLIAMS WINS 'SYMONDS A BOOSTER OF OVER BART GORDON i DRY FARMING Winner matched for a Mar bout with Mexican Pete Everett this afternoon at 2:00 . Those who did not attend tho fights held lieforo' thc Midway A. C. on March 3rd, -missed tho best series of bouta cVcr held in rnitimliim. Fur faaL well-man aged and clean exhibitions tho should ho not? Lost year hcl three preliminaries ana ino unan planted ten acres in beans five bout would bo hard to beat and 'in white and Ave In pink beans. we nra glad to sec tltat Henry ine white beans averaged him Five acres of white beans aver aged him 600 pounds per acre last crop-bad year There are plenty of farmers In the valley that always speak In favor of dry farming, but no one speaks moro enthusiastically than W. E. Symonds, and why Dnvls. the manager, arrange...

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. — 9 March 1917

THE COLUMBUS COURIER PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN 1009 G. E. PARKS, Editor and Publisher . Entered nt tho Postoflko of Columbus as second class mnll mntter Subscription Rates, One Dollar and Fifty Conts per Year: Six Months, Seventy-Five Cents; Three Months, Forty Cents. ADVERTISING RATES Twenty cents per single column inch ; Monthly contract on olsht inches or more, lUtocn cents per inch for each insertion. Local readers Ten cents per line for each Ineartion, three lines for Twenty-five cents. Resolutions of respect and cards of thanks twenty cents per men. no iorcign advertisement accepted cos muii i ni'iuyiivu cciun. THE COLUMBUS COURIER R0YALH0USEISWEAttHV THE DEPARTMENT IF HEALTH ANI SANITATION Ily N. K. Chimn, 8nlUrln ot Mjndui, N. M. Teachers Must Teach Health Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, Friday, March 9th, 1917 THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. The Columbus boanl of education has done good work dur Ing the past two years. They have served without pay and have devoted as...

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. — 9 March 1917

Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS Wc have located and told over 100,000 acres of Lower Mlmbrcs Valley landi. Know every foot ot the valley and can secure for you the licit bjrgainx. A few government claimi yet to lc had. Buy your town lots 'from us and get them first hand; best terms given, purchasers. HELLBERG & BLAIR, Louii Hellbtrg J. W. Bl.AlK. Columbus, 11 iiiii 11 mm 1 ip 1 mm 1 I FotforthGa1braith j j Lumber Company Wholesale and Retail Dealcti in 8' LVMBER Laths, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Cement, Lime, 3 Plaster, Composition Roof ing a Specialty. I Columbus, Lemmon I)kai.i:uh In GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone us your orders for Fresh Fruit, and anything in the grocery line. We can deliver the goods, CALL PHONE No. 16 ARE YOU LOOKING Ul uic uubi uuituui Biiyjn 11 bo just let Ufl In on the prize com- J Dctltion. We cOmrtcto on the I U I i I...4-1 l 1 bcoro of oilr flno meats, poul- 3 try nnd provisions we com- J pete on iiunllty, fai...

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. — 9 March 1917

THE COLUMBUS i ."Jjmmffggggga COURIER "ENJAMEN 11. UEVINS Los Angeles Wine House 418 S. El Pass St. El Past, Texas. A. T. Heiier, D. J. McCauley and N. C Kendall, Proprietors Larieit Wholeulc tad Rttail Liquor Store ol it'i kind in the Soathweit. Bonded Whiskey, Full Quart $1.25 12 YEAR OLD Red Top Burbon and Rye, OUR SPECIALTY All Kinds of Whiskeys, Wines and Cordials. Mail orders shipped the same day received. a We Have On Hand A NEW STOCK OF GINGHAMS, PERCALES, WASH SILKS. TAFFETAS. CREl'E-DE-CHINES, GEOR GETTE. CREPES AND SPRING SHOES FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Moore & Moore HOOVER EUROPEAN ( Large, Well Ventilated Sanitary Rooms Good ScrOice COLUMBUS Satisfied Customers Means that those who come back to us again and again to buy after they've made their first purchase at our store always receive satisfactory service They know that whatever we sell them is thor oughly reliable. t They know we do not ask more than fair profit on our sales. They know they can rely on our advi...

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. — 16 March 1917

Experience is The Reft Teacher Read the Experiences of Dry Farmers in .vvnn r vi r Jlach Hdition or ine uhhk Vol. VI. Columbut, Lunn County, New Mexico, Mnrch 16, 1917. No. 30 lie THE TRES HEHMANAS COUNTY ROAD BOARDS WONDERFUL RECROD SANTA FE WOMEN MINING DISTRICT ABOLISHED IN N. M. Oi' CHINO COPPER CENSOR FILMS Second of a series of articles on Some iiuu hk ihu ihhkt udvo ,. . . .. ,, this Mining District, by .mini Hint the cmmy r.,,,,1 iMwn1. "'' '" ' Thomas Q. Lackland n iinw foiiMiiuliil In nlmlUliwI. nml V( York, h.- Jl htoiJ a mi that llio ilulio nf lid hoard bo tnktn il need Mn'ement tif lit hiiiM, : Nnnl I'e, Mnrch 1.' Mr. W. II lamUcy nnil a number (it other Hnnlii COLUMDUS OBSERVES FIRST EARL MOORE SUCCESSfUL ANNIVERSARY OF I9IG RAID AT DRY FARMII With hearty my-opvniint by tin Has sixty hens which more than military our memorial nirw on Acllrlly in lln Tn llonuiiuii Milling ltrlil I in rruMi.it wr T,, ,., ,., ,,,,,, , , . , - ,. , . .. . lu.rro in hid hump nnil, Hecmiuaiy...

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. — 16 March 1917

TUB C0LUMI1US COURIER Los Angeles Wine House 411 S. El Paso St. El Fast, Texas. A. T. Heiier, D. J. McCauley and N. C. Kendall, Proprietors Larttit Wholutlt and RtUll Uqnor Store ol it's kind in the Soulhwtit. Bonded Whiskey, Full Quart $1.25 12 YEAR OLD Red Top Burbon and Rye, l OUR SPECIALTY All Kinds of Whiskeys, Wines and Cordials. Mail orders shipped the tame day received. -. We Have On Hand A NUW STOCK OP ttlMJHAMS. I'HItCA t.ItS. WASH SILKS. I'AFI-'KTAS. CI t K l I-M ) I-:-1" 1 1 1 N IIS. (iKOR. (JKTTK, CRKI'ES AND SPUING SIIOBS I'OR MBN WOMEN AND I'UH.DREN. Moore & Moore HOOVJiJK HOT 111 j EUROPEAN PLAN Large, Well Ventilated Sanitary Rooms Good Service Reasonable Rates j COLUMBL'IS - XJ2W M hiXICO Satisfied Customers Means that those who come back to us again and again to buy after they've made (heir first purcluse at our store always receive satisfactory service They know that wlutcver we sell them is thor oughly reliable. They know we do not ask more titan fair profit...

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. — 16 March 1917

THE COLUMBUS COUIHEFl 1 . 1 PALiAt'lO mark 10T j WILLINOilAM & MIDDLHTON, I'ropH. Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS We have located and sold over 100,000 acre of Lower Mimbrc Valley lands. Know every foot ol' the valley nnd can secure for you the lies! bargains, A few government claim yet to he had. Buy your town lots from us and get them first hand; best terms given purchasers. HELLBERG & BLAIR, ff ftSSTrSBS l.ouii llellbfrg John R. Blair .1. W Ml aik, Local Agent Columbus, -:- New Mexico FoWorthGa1braith sr Lurnb'ei Goymt)anv I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LVM3ER Laths, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Cement, Lime, Plaster, Composition Roof ing a Specialty. Golumbus, a KtmBJt r. rj&ms.'t wkm ry --vase Lemmon & Payne 1)ki.i:iis In GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone us your orders for Fresh Fruit, and anything in the grocery line. We can deliver the goods, CALL PHONE NO. 16 Columbus, ARE YOU LOOKING UP V tho best butcher nhop? If go ....

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. — 16 March 1917

THE COIAJMHUS COUKlElt THE CILUMI US C 0 U Rl E R rrnMHiiED kvekyhiiday k&taiii.isiikii in won U. K l'AUKS, Editor mid lnhll.hcr Knlcred at Ihe PoMnf fice of Coliimhu tin t-ccund eln innll iimllrr. Suit- reived morn limit .'1,400 viltor at hi ! office t lie Inn nent out more llinn ! 85,0011 ImtlctttiA nn.l Ictler; lio lm iihuIc 061 nt1dreef In n mini of rp.i ui iiip riiMnrtk-e .it Colmni.a n i-crond rln inn.ll innttrr. Suit- .i nn,, " wril.ll.rn llnlM. One Dollar nr,d Kifty Cent ier Yw: Six Month. I T '',n" ' 0,0,? 8ovet.ty-Kive Cent; Three Mounlh, I'orty Cent.. I Ain,'i,r'! "r '''jn " " nn or- I miiitrntJoii which linn isinhleit him la I buy 11.1100.00 -worth of crum and ADVKKTIBINfl ItATKH. Twenty rent cr ainm column inch; Monthly in.ntnict on elKhl Inches or le" " ,no fn1" tt,1o more, nflrii rent r inch lor enelt incrtinii. Utenl nitder. Ti rent mt Imp for ench lin.rrti.in, thrtu linen for Twrnty-ftvc rent. lteoltilion of recct and curd of thittik, Twenty p.! er Inplt. No for...

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. — 23 March 1917

Vol. VI. CelwnlnM, Lum Cwty, New Mexico, March 23, 1917. No. 40 CITIZENS ATTEND NEW MEXI CO PROBRAM IN EL PAW A was proper, Columbus had tlx) largest rcpretcntntlon of ony town In Ilia stale, nt llm exercise held In Kl I'tmt mi Monday, when Oenoral J. J. Pershing Hn presented with n nlcdsl roled him by llio legislature of IhU .title, In niprcclntlon of his work on the border unit In Mailco; niul wheu the NW Mexico National (Innrd re cotrcd Certificate of Appreciation vetcd llicm by their law maker. Col. Alibolli representing l lie Ut New Mexico Infuiitry; Copt. Clio. Dellre liiond, representing llnttcry "A" nntl Dr. 8. 1). Swope for Hip Sanitary COnn wrro tho rcclpitcuts nf Hie ecrilftenttH for HiHr different ..rgniil tnllons, Monday vvns Now Mexico tiny in HI I 'a m mill tlio town wot virtually turned over to tlio people of t lint tutu who with (Inventor . I. Mud IMPflRTANT LAWS OF THE LAST LEGISLATURE The Australian ballot law passed liy tlui last legislature will become effective...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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