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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 June 1917

xii E coulMmjs countbit THE COLUMN US COURIER Published Evnry Friday Established in WOO R. 1- Park Editor ond Publisher Entered at the l'ojtofllco of Colum Jms, N. M, as second class mall uintlor. Subscription Hates: tt0 per year; Six montlis $.75; Three months 9,io. Advertising rato furnished uu application. II UY A MnK.llTY UONU Thl Is n message to all good AnierUns from tho United Staler government. 11ml message Is, "Huy a Liberty Iktnd." It is mir duty and your privil ege. It is good Americans and good business. Good Americans because by sub scribing you will bo doing your 'Ml" tmvurds making the world safe for democracy" as our pres ident Itas so aptly phrased It. timtd business because the bond hears 3 1-4 pr cent Interest per annum, and is free from taxation. Ytm eon obtain a bond for as small Mil amount as $60 and you do not lmo to pay for It all at once. Many a person will keep their bond and band them on to their children with pride, mementos of the wurhl crisis, and as pr...

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. — 1 June 1917

THE COLUMBUS LOUkiUK . fJWtJ U i"Zn$ini.a pen QEXT. 1 riuil.9 pen QEXT. SMMBears the neither Opwm.M.orpiwii Hntral.NoTKAHQOiv, I""- ana remii-- Eiut Copy of Wrapper. I PA Jm C E WILLINGII AM & MI as i Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS ' We have located and told over 100,000 acres of Lower Mimbrcs 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 1 first hand; best terms given purchasers. J. R. BLAIR, Manager Columbus, i NOTICE Ft) It PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Ofllco at Las Cruccs, .New Mex ico. May I7lli, 1017. Notice is hereby given that I.lllio I.. Clone, widdow of William D, Close deceased, of Columbus, N. M. who on April 3d, IW, mndo desert land entry, .No. 0305 1, for NWI, section 25, Inwnshllp 27 8, ttaniio H WV, N. M. I', meridian, has Died nolico of intention to make five year hohie stead" proof under Act 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. — 1 June 1917

THE COLUMUUS CdUMER FOR Milk, ( Cream and Buttermilk CALL AT THE Peach & Peach Milk Parlor MISS BLAIR Public Stenographer OHiflmUtnlllt imIUlm, SsBKSHiV Tho public esteem in which vo nre held la a deserved tea timonlal of the consclcntioous manner in which we render public Bcrvice. Wc nro pnlnn taking and poamtss an equip mcnt that make it possible for us to furnish a funeral of marked distinction. B. E. SISCO Unou Columbus by patronlalmr her inuimrirt. Homes for llenl -ll.ili Flack, If NOTES OF THE SI. L CHURCH On Friday nrniiifr May Kill the Kpworth League gave n farewell so cial In honor or some of thn mem bers of llio Id Aero Squadron ami civilian working In the Quarter master department. This Included C. F. Morris rellr- ititr president of llio K. 1., Misi;s. Hucon. llakcr, Tate, Wall and a few oilier. Soma mrmbcrs of the I2lh Cavalry llaml rendered some splendid music which was wry delightful to all those In attendance. gillie simple games which brought bark childhood memo...

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. — 8 June 1917

, C. R. Hughes , XOtUMBflSvIS THE ONLY PftRT OF ENTRY AND NATURAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO INTO NEW MEXICO. lonrief VeJ. VI. Columbui, Luna Cwty, New Mexico, Jane 8, 1917 No. SI. GYHKANA MINE LOOKS ENCOURAGING TO OWNERS 303 YOUNG MEN REGESTEHEII LOCCAL AMI PERSONAL PO5T0FI H E HATING RAISED SENATOR I'ALL INTRODUCES I PLAN TO FARM MILITARY IN COLUMBUS TUESDAY ITEMS 01 INTEREST EFFECTIVE 4UI.Y 1ST HEIGHTS THIS SUMMER gomnumg Hie body of ore found last week in an old slmft nl Hip Oymkana mine is proving to bo much more valuable than was al drat biiIIcI- . paled. A cave of what la known ns lead rarlwnales xvllh a value of possibly Il5a.j)cr ion In largo bul unknown nuSndOca It 'Jiial'lla-y nave now. Tills is one of the greatest dlscov erlcs,ccr made In this district, and it is veryposslhlo that this find will 1x3 I ho means of interesting much moro capital. The other mines now being work od'nro looking good In Iho owners nnd aome largo' deal are oxpccled to bo closed for mining properly ...

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. — 8 June 1917

THE CftMtMliUA CMfltfF.ll THE COLlhlltUS COUHiKH Published Every Friday Established in HW ;. E. Parks Editor and Publisher Entered at tho loilonice of Colum bus. .N. Mk- M second Class mail mutter. Subscription Hales: ilJW per year; Six months $.75; Tliree months MO. Advertising rates furnished on application, WAI1 LOANS Orent llriltnn.'s estimated wealth 1st W.iX.UHW.lH)0; sins hM undo three treat Iwihi since tho commenco inent nf Hi" war, aggregating IIO, tsm.tW'wi. Her last loan was for l8liuJ0.iu. which was Ufa great est single I' Kin ever floated III the bislqry of the world. It was taken up In thirty ibtys, 5K,ono Individ uals subscribing to the loan. One licrsen in every eleven inhabitants of Hie I'nlM Kingdom subscribed to thfe loan, and the average sub scription wns tt llioutxh a great iiMHy subscribers took only S. The great nunilier of subscribers to tills I. urn h pointed out as evidence of the iHttrbttimit of the llrillsh people. Germany's wealth is estimated at $e(Mvni...

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. — 8 June 1917

THE COLUMBUS (JOUKiKtt Ksfii KrcP2 s!sf)J inwiulfttMsndRtAW" "K'tl f neither Orfam.NOfT;: im Mineral. KoTJOTie .if Ml S3 V i mftiv ConMlpflUonsndDUntrt" and Vemlhn I i S3 8H! m rcsii;ie$i4ii2." . rvnKf. ,1 NEW y''J Exact Copy of Wrappe. I PAM GTS. W 1 L, li 1 i (ill AM Ml Columbus and If ..wwiiaTI 1 1 r Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS Wc have located and sold over 100,000 acres of Lower Mimbrcs Valley lahds. 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. . R. BLAIR, Manager Columbus, .-:- New Mexico 8 NOTICK l ()ll I'LHI.ICATION DepBrtinent of tho Interior, t S, Land Ofllco nt Las Cruccn, New Mex ico, Mny I7lh, 1017. Nnlico la hereby Rirn that I.llllo I.. Close, uidilow of William I). Cluso diceasiMl, nf Coltinihmf, ,N. M. who on 'April -:l, IlkHi, mailo desert land ii'iilry, No. onnsi, for NWI, wwtion 25. lownshllp 27 8., lla...

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. — 8 June 1917

T FOR Milk. f Ctcatn an Duttcrinil CALL AT THE Peach & Peach Milk Parlor z MISS BLAIR Stenographer OKI fin Ultt t.HJlHf Tho public esteem in which we aro held is a deserved tes timonial of the consclcntioous manner in which wo render public service. Wo aro pains taking 'and possess an equip mcnt that makus it possible for us to furnish a funeral of marked distinction. B. E. SISCO I loot l t'olutnlms by patronising lier inuusinea. lluiln for Drill -tnb 1'lnck, mollis lf tllC gUBriUtllCU to UlC HJVV- r lino extending from Trinidad to Colfax county cotil properties, and also to tin mines In Hint count)' unit In tho Gallup district in Mc- Klnley county. If permission Is granted by Hcncrnl Parker, arrange ments, for tin' distribution of the mm will 1m? made at once. Governor Llndey hns not yet heard from Hit? war department In reply to Ills wire concerning tlic proposal to construct frame Midlers for Hie men at Albuiucrn.ue, or olh er mobllirallon point. it molilllrntion point New Me...

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. — 15 June 1917

r. U. Itugtae t'11'1 Hrann mit AKb HAturAirmEr kkom old Mexico' Hito new 'HEtico. onfief Vel. VI. Cilnwaw, Lw CawMy, Ktw MmIm, Jwm 1917' Jfe. 52. GOLD STRIKE IN TRE8 proportion of mcn UfIAIiLL.VfliajUSO. . COLL'MBL'8 'CITIZENS INVEST MOUNTAIN ROAb 18 BEING , 1 .HKHMANAS MOUNTAINS TO BE DRAFTED ClOOt) PRICE AT CLOV18 1 IN LIBERTY BONDS WORKED INTO SILVPE (MnittoHj r migm R. W. ELLIOTT AmMNTLO p. W. Kllloll, proprietor of tho Co lumbus Drug Company, been ap pointed mayor of Colnmbus lo suc ceed Dr. T. II. Dabncy ,vho tendered Ills resignation. Tho appointment was up to llio board of trustees .CWlUtUWd,.l?AUi.,xXWISM?H iK'vcral weeks aim and Ihcrq Jias YjfflioMr.ffl- rt8"fn8 Mr. Klllott lias been a resident of CotaW-VW WvJrol years and Is In a position to know tho needs"!" i yy" txsf oc tbafj, anyone, iiftid'ii oTnan tVi'propYo can 1'rusl t$ servo theni 10 lio'bcl"a(vantaRO. )ln has served on the board of trustees or duties of bli ofllco and his appoint jnenl It satisfactory lo llio la...

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 June 1917

the ooi. mm us coumuit Published Ilvn-v Friday Wslablished in VW 0. F. Parks Hilllor nml riiblUtirr Lntered at the Pojlolllce of Colum bus, N. M, as second class mall matter. Subscription llstes: tl&O per yor; Blx months $.70; Three month. S.tO. Advertising rules furnished on application. tiii: ,miv mayoii Tint iult of Columbus should eomrratiilnle themselves iiwm hav Hid at hr hmt of the city alTnlrs the hh Of 11. W. Bitlnlt. He Is a tlturoMHb bntjKAM inn ami the politic aSJWrs will now bo handled in kasshMsss way. Tlwre lias for tin- pari ywr lwti no small amount r complaint in repard In the xis iion tstbati im ittffemit questions, mid now H tins not wm ttiat such Oi.iuM he the 4te. Mr. KHtoll. hav up by Iwn siwli. men as is J. I- WaMiw awl .1. I'. While, will N MM to HamH the sltimiMm n well HiieMiw Immllisl, and iiov wo tM njwet thiHps to hum akHin hi a much mm harmoulmts iimn- iiuii.m.Nc niLsiTii(rri().s Had OhtmlMM hntl the proper bmiiMmc raMrltUMM last summer a iliffeml r...

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. — 15 June 1917

THE COLUMBtJH COUKiKR i 1! Children Cry The XitA Ten Hre Always oucht, nsd wkk& nu been ta mm for mr lilrty years, hu Was tho slgnsturo of - Had baa beoa mado under hla per tfljCjCtyltfrfcr nl supenrfaloa slnco lta infancy. I f7 AUoer ao cap to deceive you in thw. All Cosnterfelta, Imitations and " Jast-as-cood " aro tot Xipor innate tkat trite with and endanger the health of Xafaata aa4 Calldrea Experience against Experiment. o What isCASfORIA Curort M a harmless substitute, lor Cut or Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrupa. It is pleasant. It contains neither Op-ltua, Xorpfalae nor other narcotic tubttance. Its age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant two for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wiod Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Femlshneta arising therefrom, and by regulating tho Stomach and Dowels, aids the asalailatioa of Food; tiring healthy and natural sleep. The CkJMfsm'a Panacea Xhe Mother's Friend. cknuini: CASTORIA always Bears th...

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 June 1917

tHE icohuamus GOURIEJR ECDRl luliJlJBSa pin iTTiir sflAkstLH ft iClKiH t MISS foL AIR Public . Stenographer ' Qttllt I Ufni'.f PulUUt ?4rw:rvf 1 .: iu iHflPwc esteem In whjcji o arc heltl la a ilciicrvcd tca 'tlMiirertlirfVdHicfentioouB rndnfieP TAhlEH'W renin.-!- iiubllc icrvkor 'Wtvaro p&nH taking and posses nn equip rdprH that rrittk It Tossltye lor us to .urriUJi h fuwal or marked distinction.. B. E. SISCO ?...$ ? ' ? vf'V' iwTofi -c5i EfJ 4, ,, , B)lrilMtDilft Jp'til No. 07390 i '&rTdiH'titri t: CMhcu uJ&ifcnl.N.iriliya. wit 1 ' ' ' ' '' ' ' TuvJosra & Walker of Columbus? 1 IIikmI (Muiubua by patronising licr uuiiairirs. Ilouaes Hip llentHob Flnck. I Fottforth-Galbraith ft Lumber Company W)ibcsalc anil Retail Dealers in T T1 Xf DTD 8 H Laths, Shinfilci, Sali, Doors, -Moulding, Cement, s Lime, Plaster, Composition Roofing a Specialty. 3 Golumbtis, ' Hetf Mexico GALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE Six Years Ago,. TEaki She Mljk Die, SsysTesu'Liir, Bat Nbw She Is a We...

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. — 22 June 1917

CflLUMBUS IS THE ONLY PORT OF ENTRY AND NATURAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO INTO NEW MEXICO. ohnnlm g (Sonne? VtJ. VII. COLUMBUS THEATRE WILL DONATE SUNDAY RECEIPTS Tlio entire receipts of tlio Colum bill Thculro will be given to lint ; Unit Cross Huiuluy. Tin) mailer wus suggested lo Mr. Greenwood by ono v (lay cvenlim by ono of (bo coinmil tecs composed 'of Mrs. Iliggs, Mrs. Parks nnd Mrs. McCu oubIi. Mr f Greenwood expressed bis sentiment . as very Kind lo liavo llio opportunl ' " ly of maklug sucli an arrangement. Bunday is llic bust day in the week financially for tlio slum, and as llio iiianagoniQiit has luVnrd the day over lo tlio lied Cross llio receipts should bo much larger than uatinl. The admission will bo the utuul prlci', but tlio citizens of Columbus should all pay II .00 enrh, nnd we aro of llio opinion that there will ,4 bo a largo number of dollar ad missions. The program for Sunday Is a Orcatcr Vltagroph production, and will bo as good or hejler than llio usual progra...

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. — 22 June 1917

TUB COLUMBUS COURIER Tim COLUMHUB OOUIULlt I'ubllshed Kvcry Friday Bstabllshed in iOOC . K. Parks Ktlllor nml Publisher Knlcrctt at Ilia Poslodlco of Colum bus, N. M as second class mail matter. Subscription llnlcs: SIA) per year; Six months 8.75; Threi months 8.t0. Advertising rales furnished on application. miss of noon citizens Columbus tills week has lost a man nf unwtlmalable worth to the com munity m V. a Hoover. When lie arrived In Columbus there was no town U spenk of. Only one or two little stores ami the townslte olHcc was In vlilHMKj. He gave the tow the first hwh! building sho liail, nn. by W MfllUlwic indueed others tn liuilil good houses. Mr. 1 1 never wns the man prlncl imlly responsible for' the organitx tion of the Celumbus State Hank, nf whieh Institution he has been vice president since Its organisation, and was mainly responsible for the sue I MS Ihe Imnk enjoyed from the llrst liy gBlnliw the confidence of the peo ple. He served the eommunliy In the capacity of ...

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. — 22 June 1917

THE COLUdHUB COUKiKk CMMtm Cry for flrtelitr' Tk Xtoi Ten law Always Sought, aa4 which has bees w M for mr tmrty years, cad has been mada un! sjF?-fr.-' 0I,1 esferrJalon since Vry7rHAH0 AUowBootiotoSeceirei ad dm All Counterfeit, Imitations and xxverusMW mat it mm wiui ana enaanger the health of lalftMa aa4 ChOdrea Xsperlenee fJmt Experiment, Wht,1CASfORIA Casterla is a harmless aubsUtuta for Csitor OU, Paregoric, Stom tuta Sootalag Syrups. Jt is pleasant. It contalna neither Oyltini, Xorphlsa nor other narcotic substance. Its as ia its guarantee. Jor nora than thirty years It has been la constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wkd'CsUe and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating tho Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; drine healthy and natural sleep. Th ChUdrea's faucet The Mother's Friend. genuine CASTORIA always 3 pBx8 the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years Th KlnsJ Ysu Hav. Always Bought 0 I PATjA C TJ3 m 171 Kb II...

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 June 1917

TUB COLUMmiS COURIER CHEAT DAM IN ANTIPODES Niw 8uth Wale Structure Hit Citchmtnt Area of 8,000 I.. 8qur Mill. "The first Isrje scheme for wler mnnvrriUon purposes In New South Walts i now ntarlni completion,'' mr a Canadian department of com merce report "Ilurrlnjuck Dam, at It la named, la brlnz constructed of ce raent, of which BO.0OO ton manufac tured In New South Wale ha been ued up to date. The dam l being placed In a narrow, mck gorge be tween hill 2.000 feet hi eh. It will Jiold up the JJurrumbldjen river for Ml mllra and the Ooodradlgbee and Vat rltcr for IS and S3 mile, re spectively. All these rlrer were sub Jcct to flood and runnlnc dry previ ously, hut now a eonttnnt supply I aured. "The catchment arm la MOO squar miles In rxtrnl. and mho of the x-oks In the mountain ranees are 8,000 feel high and arc curcreil with mow In the -winter. Tho arerace rainfall la 00 to TO inches. The ilam will be 210 feet hlith and 103 feet thick at the base, tapcrlne to 18 feet thick at the...

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. — 29 June 1917

c, n. ltugiics i-ic-ie COLUMBUS IS THE ONLY IPORT OF ENTRY AND NATURAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO INTO NEW MEXICO. Vol. VI!. Ctilamkui, Law CttMty, New Mcxice, Jm 29, 1917 Na.2. flolnnuml amtfief ItEII CHOSH FUM RAISED TOTA1.8 $520 - MOKE COMING Columbus raised for tho lied Cross tho turn of (310.15 during tho week designated by Iho President a led Cross week. Tills amount was all paid In and lias been forwarded to tho proper place, and doe not Includo a few subscriptions thai have not yet been paid, neither docs It includo IHO duo for tho sale of tickets to the danco that has not yet ben received by tho finance com mittee, but will bo paid in sonn. Tho first dtneo after the payment of expenses showed a profit of tiOSO and tho cash receipts after tho ex penscs xvcre paid froln tho dance Baturday night were $153.63. Dona lions were $231.85, and tho receipts from tho Columbus Theatre Kunday were $101.70. making a total of $510. tS. Tho committee failed to announce tho amount subscribed w...

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. — 29 June 1917

trP, COI.UMIUB COURIER SB woe or rao Al.TlPHMIII nn Hellik' nmnrti at the linn- "f the Itotointmn ii ry war. Mm W n-hllll.Hl In hnreil lm-e-tiill.v Willi hot arrv i in- in Hiiikl.it rtothitttf rr the anl nl-r, m-nrM kwltllMt imw) ilr nl ' Uni fur lliHr tta. Ami ajpnti Sl t i.in lnar ttm thr nM fcr rtl i npiihl m aner frillH In aim 1 t reirereii.e fnr hl mother hj l I .iiic lln- Hull rnllnae In lriterl.-kn 1 -ii.- 'i-here na nil ie tilw wnnh f rnm4 nfH entimrntetnrnt, whirl, '..iil.il.-n. fttlnJt.il their rt III 1 1' -ii-nl ranwo. Ami hn hhh nay ;hal Martha Wah il-i-'m .IM net rh In? part hrr Atnrri 'n ItwIot.-mWtH'i' whew ntw rnret tn i nidi winter In enn.p with Ihe em. ti.mi.t.r In rhl.-M The n(Urera ami tin l i.-ii -i.tmlHtt her oHrtJnt. fr hn I r. ..nee hrmtgttl them rher and In i ..mr rar mmlmi a rehvf I mm n"-nn Jake am unnl In M In hri I .ipr llf.- IImI fin- h.rH llw Hrl mi ii .i. hi in.- nfH-nlns "nit lb hi )' i-i.iiic nf nil Ik runiiMilinii ' lb' I:. ..inn. .win vrnr. Xn -nl...

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. — 6 July 1917

COLUMBUS IS THE ONLY PORT OF eMrY AND NATURAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO INTO NEW MEXICO. irafief .va;,vn. Columbus, Luu Ctwriy, New Mexke, JJy 6, 1917 Ne.3. lie ALASKAN FOOD PRICES HIGH .Potatoes nd Imported Vtgttablts N 1 Lengr Eaten by Any Except WelUo-Do, It U Oild. Prices for food conllnuo to mount higher and higher in Alaska; the war with Germany made the c'icum for boosting prices which wcro al ready almost out of ho reach of most persona of moderate means. It is re period that potatoes and Imported vegctablra aro no longer eaten by any except tlio wcll-to-uo. Mooso, cart l)oii, sheep, deer, goata and most furrcil and feathered gamo li pro- tcctcd by law at thia season, but ru- mora are abroad and not denied, that violation! of tho gamo laws will be winked at by tho public officials In rates whero gamo constitutes tho only nvnllablo food supply for a innuiy uccnuw ut 1110 ciuiuuum pnrcs. Heecnlly Alaskan merchants an nounred n further adranro of $1.80 a caw for canned milk. This...

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. — 6 July 1917

'tiIuIIIri mom o9iti'i?ji MSiHiinfi'JiWW SMILE IS WORTH NIDRt TODAt Ulul.i.lieil III iwu i: K. I'.iiLh. I.illtiie iiml I'lililWieiJ ,.,,i i iti-1 man -; -matttt. tmtavnpltmi Unit. Hp'4 r..,.ll Ultnl ill JutT nwU V-cW tIHrM 1 1, Tm ii .. Hi- iinlu'ii iTi JS.'iWi' 'Ktftirillm iR'trinifii'N ' V.iitlW'lii'ilWfHif toh ifliiird Vxl'llfffWiihti' -Slf(l l'i ilnHtWrJtiibrrtv - Ju'Hft-htii. .urU if ' . .it.' . .. .. . If W I'urki'P Jllllti f HUH. I "UI I i r uu.nud .JllJ VMil Uii al Hint ntAvia..a wuj:.nlKj! tlic mnounl --Don't kitrtw'-vslml WixhIoiW 1ii HIi liW'VrtMiimi liut you run J tf nmi.nnr in iwmikiiuui" iniik wi'i'-"-- Rft Wlit lV Tn Urn UMiat ttn. Hi" iiflil'Hi l unlll in tin llr. AHUv" ifCMftUI imm'i- nin llii1 wir wlli'iut llw ai?limce uf Dm. I ltllrl-)blhl4.' I""' - lIllRluiul t-Vn'rirr oulil taf I lllllli if 'fj frw IlllUltlH. Iiml -JumiI milJf it I rt l'i ml im: .i....i.r i.r.i ",ii..r'jk'ujii.i ' V. " 'o. -' .i . . 'J HUKliini i.i (.nuii. ,oniwM ftW'- ,,,Ml",V-WlYM,i Ui llw Wil...

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. — 6 July 1917

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Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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