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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 10 August 1917

tiie cqwmum cotmiiift Personal and Saciai. Kutrrtahi for First Aero ftptadrmi. Complimentary to tlio First Aero &tikilntii nml to Captain and Mm, ltrll am) lUiptatn mil Mrs. Whllhatn. all of whom have been ordered away from Columbus, I lie furl nightly Imp of llw Army Hop Aim elation wan given at the Chamlicr of Commerce building nit last Frl day nielli Instead of on tlic usual Saturday night. A most enjoyable, time um had by all who attended. although It U wllh d.Tp rcgrel thai we see lliriso army MopIp leave us. Among those attending weros MnJr I'.lillly, I'.'th Cavalry. Captain and Mm. Ill, Wlh rivalry. Ilsptaln and Mrs. Whllham, Medical Uurps U'lli Cavalry, Lleulcnlnt and Mrs, Mooncy, lath Cavalry, Captain and Mrs Bsa, ll'lh Ai'ni Squadron Lieutenant and Mrs. (lal up, HI Aro Squadron, Mli Maiy l.ot Helen ami Minnie Swope, Mis Sinilh, mid Ml Hamilton fmm iMttllig. Miss Marie Srhwiil'lf, of r.l I'iso. Mli Trent Ultilr, I'jiptcln UuIhtIoi'ii. Iimwu, llynn ami Naldeu Ltcutcmiiil...

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. — 17 August 1917

MM YOfiUMBUSriSLTHE ONLY F0RT"6f ENTRY AND HAT fritAL GATEWAY FROM-OLD MEXICO INTO NEW MEXIGd. Mmahmi (Sonfief ti..m Celtw&M, Lmm Cmy, Hew Mezke, AttfMt 17, 1917 No. 9 a n. iiub t - .1 i.w:w.'swant - TO GO HOME ctlfngJ.TIcfil of Accepting Ainu From Government. lwvrirHm:cmN wv state Taking AfllilnvlU Prriiaratory In Bringing fiiilti In Cmirls. I NY" W- W,', ar0 8U,IW! .lumbui will Mill lm under the onir llrcd of (.alumnus and want to k P-nt management of Mr. ami Mrs. I. hum). Titer have eiiisved Uie ho. U CnlK'n. who have-met with such ...fallt,- of M Km. emWh they say, and bate wired Allninc) (leneral Wiley E. Jones and Gover nor Thomas Campbell, of Arizona tlittUify w(ai, )n ehini In Ibeli hnmrsTol mice, Th men arc ofralc r that their arival In lllsoen wilt ranst - arts similar In Ihnso which look 't P'sro (hero July U'tli. Th"y claim J they want to uvnld any breach n' - praro uud have asknal (he attorn") I general to inriii'Mimle In Ins re t xrt somo method by which Ihey. ' wi...

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. — 17 August 1917

THK COLUMBUS COUR1EH Published Every Friday Established In IWU J. H. Kmllh, Editor mitl Publisher tcrcsts of tHMtorit' before present raso and cum full. What call In Mid, tlirn, of Hie young man or woman who Is nut concerned uvrr the outcome of this slnugleT Thit they have no con- 1....I..M.I ll.ji Dnaliifllrn nf l!ltlUtll I bus, ti. M, an second class mall crrn for the beat Interests of their matter. Subscription llateat IIAI'iiwii. Present rase ami cnmfori Iter year; Blx months $.75; Three Lclgn, . wn (hem than the months (.10. Advertising rates furnished on appl leal Ion. HOW WILL IT BE RAISED? In disiilntc the question of raising Hi'' I'ltnrmuuH amounts of revenue necessary even lurlni the coming: twelve months, an ex- change after domonstraliug tho ut ter Impossibility of raising the vast amount by taxation, and the cor rescinding necessity of resortliiK lo Ixind Issues, concludes as follows: "In a sentence, unless tho his loans are balanced wllh heavy taxes upon those who ore....

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. — 17 August 1917

THE COLUMBIA C'WjKllilt 1 1 .', s Chlldr Cry far Fi tokcr's XlM KM Yw Bar Alwaya Bought, .and which fata bee a t HM ftr mr thirty yeri, hn borno tbo signature of - "d h been made under hla per. fSLsjitfl-trrf-. wal supervision since its Infancy. ' rmwtm4im aiiqW bo om to deceive you la thk. AH Osvatarfefts, Imitation and " Juit-as-good " are but Xxfertamtt t tile with and endanger tbe health of KaJaMa a4 Wr Xiperlence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Catteria k a karaleae substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drof aad Seetalag Syrups. It la pleasant It contain wither Of Ian, Morptilno nor other narcotic substance-. Its afe k Ha guaraatee. For more than thirty years it baa been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wted Oik aad Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, aad by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural aloep. The CUUfM' JPaaacea The Mother' Frlead. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 Bears the ...

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. — 17 August 1917

Li - i j o . I I .!. nut lii.(r i,nt Monday Mrs Itrliulilliil ilniHC fur Wiltons MilMtlrlliiii. in I'm. .Ill,;, wU iliMt HI licr lirutlii'i', Mi'. James litiil., ul .Nuw oik Ml, might lutte u uih. tol.l ( I X Ill' tlUliti lll-IIUIIS llllj I It)' -UllUtl till. ICIolllnllip III Ml'4 Yt l.lllfgluilll, gv It Ili.'M il ilBllitlll llUII (Ml VtllOlft CVt1l itu el I It in week in llie Cluninvr ol Uiimucrte uuiluitig, in lioiior ul these Inmi guos.a who were islton lii 1 1 id iioiiio ui.uicir parent, .Mr ana .Mm. mini, puiiciiig was '' Joyed inr a fi'w hour nl lor whirl dalnlv irfreslunciit were ertcd i .Mn. W illundiiiiu, ussutcd liy tier ftnti-r, Mr. MrAulry nml Mr. Kur il. Ihiniiu tiit iiitermiMiim Mr, James IIiiiIK In hi iwial pleasing manner, miiiu "A Perfect Day'" nml a jolly lrlli melody, which wa ureal It cnJiiyril by all iiresetiL at wa Hie dance nf llie fnirlitt given by lllllf Jiumile Smith. llie ul lowing were (ln furltnial' one In cluded In till iiifuniial ilinant. Mr. ami Mid. ...

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. — 24 August 1917

I C n. Ituehce t-t. ih COLUMBU IS TH ONLY PORT OF ENTRY AND NATURAL GATEWAY Ft CM OLD MEXldWN VJ. VH. CoIhhJhh, Lhm Ctwrty, New Mexico, Aufwt 24, 1917 pin oottnef NOT AFRAID TO GO BACKTOlHEXICO SclUen Gradually llrlfllnu Mark In Their Claim. Think Tlinl llio Wont H Over Aero tho Rortlrr. Settlers who. cemo pub nf Mexico with General Pershing arc gradually drifting back In llml country am! taking up thehvelalms. Homo of those who haVe recently grossed ulirough Columbus aiann inai inry believed' that lliu situation In now under conrol and that they feci per fectly info In moving Jiock, and oomo of them aro Inking tliclr rami Ilea and all tliclr household rlTrcIs with them for the purpose of set tling In that country permanently. Mr. D. II. 'llruwn, of Oanullllo. Texas, accompanlod by tho littlu eon df Joe) Martin of the aamo place has been In Columbus for the past three days with lit two team and personal effects, en route to Mexi co. Mr, Drown will he joined hero by the Taylor Brothe...

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. — 24 August 1917

THE COLUMBUS COURIER THI2 COLUMBUS COUHIER Published Every Friday Established In 1009 4. K. Smith, Editor and Publisher Entered si the postonico of Colum bus. N. M, as ccoml class mall matter. Subscription Hates: IIJM per year; Six months $.75; Three months 1.10. Advertising rates furnished on application. FOOD HOfiS AT IT AGAIN. Ileporls have reached us of the sale of crops "In tho field"' by some of tho ranchers in this section in advance, of the harvest, to bo do. Ilvered on Iho order of tho buyer, or to bo harvested by the buyer at his pleasure. I'ast experience has shown In some sections that In many in stances Iheso crops nro never har vested. This Is nol an oversUnt on the part of tho purchaser, as some credulous perrons might think. It Is deliberate and with a purpose. Tho corps nro bought with this possible end In view. Our food Iiors arc shrewd. Oov crnmenl and slalo reports presage a record production of food crops this year. In Iho natural order of things Ibis would be l...

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. — 24 August 1917

THE COLUMUtIB (M)l)ttitii It - J1 1 i rnlinl.-.l pelt OtXT. mm im Minim uiec rrt m " . , .Vi nc tihtr Oplam,MwpHne wr yMftmUjoTNootic 2 r Simile SMajJtftrt gxatt Copy of Wnppcr. pa TjA av WILLINGHAM & M Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS 5. , .We'liavc locatcil anil sqjdvcf (PP.PflO aerf? ' 'fsSiMs w"' 'm')re8 Valley land. Know every I joottof the valley anil "can eecure for you the lf" ''st bargains. , few fipYErnqent ca!rn yet tp I! : ' be liaili ' Buy j'our town lots.from u and jet tlicm firU'liand; beit ttrms given-purchj5ct. J. R. BLAIR, Manager CQlumbus, New Mexico g i -mi an in ii pi- iri'"nr I FoXtforthGa1braith lumber Company Wholesale and Uctall Dealers in LUMBER a,ths, Shingles, Sa&li, CUSTOM Tof InfMitwiwk Okildreis. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Boors tho Signaturo of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Wl-.t-.lt-ll- : vn:w viih I'iiiim: a ft 1 1 r nwit like Hut. Vh are jutliy proud nf iiur liui Willi 111 llni' ....

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. — 24 August 1917

TilE COLUMHJH COURIER Periiiil aid Secitl. Tii ulinw their annree latlon of her rood work and unllrliw effort In homo, rlvlo and church life, the many friends of Miss Mary Page cnltiorcd nt llm cliurtll Tuesday whero they, spent a very cnjoyablo evening pfayliiB nmtt, listening lo good muslo and lossllna MIm l'age, who will leave us nliortly to lako up Imr ilnlliva teacher near Kl Paso After soelablo tlmo was Indulged in by an present, acucious ice rrcam and eoko was served. Itev, N'nrvoll cavn a very touching fare- writ tnlk In Minlf of the Kmvorlll I.eotuto, lio wero loath lo liado MIm I'aso Kuodby. Wo feel that tho rand noon a of El Paso are muc Ming by our loss, and Miss "ago will always lw remembcretl by her host of friends In Columbus as ono who hs not wailed her sweclnesss on thfl desert air, but has rather reaped a bountiful harvest from the seeds of good will and kindness which sue nas sown. Tim Tlpd Cross meeting held at tho church Wednesday afternoon was presided over by ...

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. — 31 August 1917

C. II. Hug"' l,,I",H COLUMBUS IS THE ONLY PORT OF ENTRY AND NATURAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO INTO NEW MEXICO. Ijmfie Vd. vu. CelMbw, Um Cewrty, New IsWxico, Ahl'b1 31, 1917 Ke. 11 EXECUTIVEOFFICER I.W.W. ARRESTED .Embrcc and Smith Taken to Drill ing mill Mmlrd In JhII. LENGTH OK KKIHT8 WILL HELP W IS WAH. V. W. a A. Ak Ilrniliio Glrli to He Conservative In Their Drum. CH AHO El) W1T1I VAGRANCY. Will Bo Given n Hearing at Colum bus, September I. A. B. Euibrcc, chairman of Ilia executive cominittco uf tho 1. W. V. rcfugco camp licro ami Eugene Smith, a camp follower, hut who claims not Id io a member of llio I. W. W.'s, were arrested here lute Wcdncsduy evening uu (lie charge of vagrancy by Deputy Sheriff Lie Caldwell and Constable Jess Fuller. ' and taken lo Demlng mill placed in Jail to await trial, which ha been act for Bcplcmbcr 4lh, Tho war rants for the men's arrebt wore awwn out by Dcpuly Caldwell. It U stated thai tliu arrcsl of Em broil, and Smllh on a charge of vag rancy grew...

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. — 31 August 1917

THE COLUMBUS COURIER THE COLUMBUS COUHIEH potent meter in stimulating effort, Published' Every Friday ' T,ho ,,,B I'0'" U, fe3, Established In lt09le"D u' luo "'el,on " J. H. Smith, Editor End Publisher doc when wo too It decorated with the bluo ribbon. Wft appreciate tho Entered at tho I'osloltlco of Colutu- nno poultry In tho chicken yard, but hut, ,N, M, us second olass mull nro doubly proud of I horn in the mutter. Subscription Hales. 8lJv riblion-dockcd coop. In short. pr year; Sit iMOOth. 8.76; Tilt. . achievement wlllionl nnt.rln(L.ui u .hut half success. Tho spirit of competition will HUVIMi HIE Vll().(i TIIAIL. carry u a long wny on Iho road to One of tlm leading farm Journal successful' production. A deslro tu of the south l authority for the excel! our neighbor l n powerful staUmoal Dial In tho rurul high stimulus. Tho friendly rivalry spur us to unusual effort. month S.to. Advertising rale furnished on application. HOAII WI'ltOVlCMKNT. school of North Carolina seven ihoi...

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. — 31 August 1917

THE COr.UMHim CUUmlik At rnirnl.1 pnn DENT. S AVeictablcrrcpaniUfeA mfl-isHiiH ."V :ilAnl4M9 . o intrcoy --" w .Aji, OKcrTuincsiaJwiw-'-nchfccr Orlam,MorpMneti Mincml. NotJIAhooti t A helpful Remedy fcf , ConsllpailonnndDlantioM unit Fcvrriinn 'I.OS5 OF SLEEP rcsutUna ihOTfWjnwa'v- 4 Buct Copy of Wrifpo, I PA T.A H13 f WILLINGIlAM & M an s PROMOTERS m We have located and told 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 rts anil get' them first hand; best U rins given purchasers. ,1. R. BLAIR, Manager Columbu-, i am trci srjisji ? ta kSiA V j Fo&vPot in-Galbraith 1 Lumber Company $ Wholesale and Retail Dealers In y JU JL ii JU JLJ JLi. Latlu, Shinnies, Sash, Lime, Plaster, Composition Golumhus, CASTORIA Tar Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA wn vii'...

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. — 31 August 1917

THE C0LUM1WS CdUhtfcft Persnal and Social. Tho attractive homo of Mr. nml Mm. Ia-c lllggs never looked prcl tier (linn iliil il last Friday even lug when Ihoy entertained at whist tUo members of "The Twelve Trump" and their husbands. The tallies were placed on tho luwii which was profusely lighted with numerous Japanese lanterns. After tlie games delicious refresh metils were served by the hostess, who always excels in this special art. During tho evening Mr. Jus llurlls rendered several oeal -lections, occomtanlcd bv Mrs. lllggs, which .s thnrouglily Joyed by all present. Tho following members and guests enjoyed tho hospital!!? of Mr. and Mrs. Wegs: Mr. and Mrs. King, Mr. ami Mrs llroemvood. Mr. and Mrs. l'eters, Mr. ami Mrs. Cox, Mr. and Mrs, Vllllugham. Mr. and Mrs. Hoot, Mr. and Air l.ingo, Mr. and Mm. I'earee, Mr. and Mrs. Heed, Mr. and Mrs. Ollan Mr. and Mrs. Hint' Mr. and Vu Smith. Mrs. Vlule, Mrs. Hrit Misses Patterson, m--Cauley, Hlessner .Moorr, Jimmy Smith, Gladys Lingo; ...

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. — 7 September 1917

1-12-18 snpiwi$TTiiT e Nt. 12 C. l. Hughes (Sointnimi fattier BEEN MURDERED Goes to Ascension to. Rrlng His Ife to Border. DRIVEN BACK DEAD IN HUGOY Wife Ssys SfeooUfifl 1 Wu An Acci dent A captain in llio Mexican arm)' whoso namo was unobtainable, and who was .stationed at tho border. gaU left his poet a few days ago to go to Ascension, Mr.., to bring his wife back to tho border with him, nuking the the trip in a buggy. Tuesday his wife nrrived at tho gato driving the horso and buggy, sjnd sitting beside her was hrr hits band dead, hp having been shot through the heart somrtlmo during tho return trip 'rom Ascension, Juat hqw.lhci man. mot his death ' has not. been settled And the Mcxl can authorities arc investigating tho case. TIiq woman slates that tirr husband drew his revolver to shoot a rabbit and In doing so it ace I dentally, fell, from his hand to thn ground and was discharged, tho ball passing through the captain's heart, killing him Instantly. 11 Is staled that the Mexica...

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. — 7 September 1917

$rtfe$i b itdR Jen Published Every Friday Established In 1000 J. B. Smith, IMitor auU I'uMlshcr Entered at tho Postotllco or Colum bus, N. M, m second class mall '"TiTaWcrr'Suhsoripttoa-ftalosr-fliSO rtfrycar; Six months $.75; Throe -BiOMM-rW. AdtcrUslnff-rBtes fondsfccU'toni 'application. FATlONSNOT nk(ep&uulx FATAL. Wq read, aha hear K great deal llicto days o to tho Inllucnco of factionalism lu rcardlng. tho. growth of a town.. Ami whllo It Is true that many towns. aro held, back frpma pronounced and .gratifying growth by tho facllouat fights within .their confines. It is uot always tho case, nor 11 is inevitable. You have doubtless heard cllltcns of more, than .ono town remark: "No use to star,t anything for this tuwn; it divides all questions and Iho faclious start, lighting each other, and as a conscuucnce nothing Is dune" Thlsslalo of affairs is common to many towns. Factions do exist, and do fight each other. Hut illll there Is a way around of this If tho citizens of tho...

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. — 7 September 1917

TUB COLUMUUH CUUm la mm . . ,im -n Pl'.II DENT. Abuf hfe lYM.vatkin&rAJ 9 iil.itn,rit WKrfnU- GASTQRll rot- Irtfantn and ChHdrou.y iIWW 1 t ...ifiiiKrmraYKT ConMlpftUonanaDUhWc'- AMI tOTTnn", NEW "1 Mothers Know Ttafc Genuine Castorfe:-: Always Bears the Signatu: of vr Use tor Ett Ccpy of Wrapper. hr Thirty Yers , m ifonrrn a a 7 '."II J, IrellnM In Hip day thitf arc brtaro .' W nr. iiViiiipti.faffi'Wf) up of tt inixUiri- uf imm; Aitoh ttii' ualdfc i-taWdruMlVui niiiiHi-.i in .it-auTy ronfTpl. ami wwl iilfffJfvri (in the l( anoihi'i 111 III'' I 111 1 1 1 1 U I YI'IIM. Ir, (III). 1 1 rfm 4wiA I il ll I III 1 KfLW uil lli out' II iill Inn 1 r Hull. I Inn- i-aJ l.itiWflWWAiTl-'l'.l l.w il s' HnT ifWtf f. i .ni apt Watt ail HwiHfhiwii llnil will WMtH inifv i-t n - fiWIMhi i,r, lliah all n( .IK" Mill liftMIMs f lli.' -iNfMMni Vrwilort V'l'ii'iii l lllllll lUUiilU iifi unjyll.ili. I li Hifl l.M itW'IMJI lt, map r .' It' f . . . i ) n.'MIHIlMi Ufllil U'-'IMr.MuffWt sittri -Jt-. - ---- ...

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. — 7 September 1917

Tllfe c6LUMt)J3 COUfttBft. PtrsoBal ftHtiStciWl. A wry enjoyable afternoon was spunl by a jolly crowd of ladles last &tlurday at llio cozy home nf Mrs. Arthur Hock, west of ttiu ctly. A plunge In Ihc swimming pool wes Ilia most important and thoroughly injoyed 'features of the afternoon, Upon their return to the house the odor of good olfl Jua was discern llilo, and Hicso hungry but happy bathers look rara of thu abovo men tioned Java as well as a delicious italad courso was nerved by tills charming hostess. Those who did and somo who did not go In bathing were: Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Moody, Mrs. Willlngham, Mrs. Mc Cauley, Mrs, Smith, Mrs. Alley. Mrs. Orccnwood. Mrs. King, Miss Norvell, Mrs. Kulflln, Mrs. Heed, Mrs. Im don, Miss McGauley, Miss Moore, Mrs. Wggs, Miss Pallet-son. Mrs. Mrs. Moselcy, Mrs. Callcn. Mrs, Chadborn, Mrs.- Weld. Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. IVach. o Mrs. Callvn, in her charming man ner, entertained a number. of her dear friends at a theatre parly -Mon day evenings '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. — 14 September 1917

1-12-18 C. IV HUB" CoTtllBUS IS THE ONLY PORT OTeNtRt AW NATURAL eSMWAYWdM OLD MEXICO iW&rmmc. otifxrf Vil. VH. 1 Csk, Uu Ctwtjr, Ncvr Mexke, Spt 14, 1917 NEW RAILROAD INTO MEXICO Arrangements Being Mado lo Flout Necessary Bond. COLUMBUS TO BK Tt'RMINL'8 Road Will Open Up Hlchc.il District In New Mexico. The renewed interest being taken In llio Columbus A. Mexico railroad, nd the likelihood (hat thr road will he built at an rarly dale, Is a source of great rejoicing and encourage- .incnl to tho business men ami elll seus of this section. That Hie pro tnotcrs will bn given tho assistance the project drsmrs by Iho capital ists nt southwest Nrw Mexico there is uo question of a doubt. With the completion of this road Columbus would at once become one of the most Important ports of entry into Old Mexico in the southwest, and would soon liuvo a population of aovrral thousand (Kicplc. New In dustries would spring up to give em ployment to our people, and tho many other advantages that ...

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. — 14 September 1917

l'ubllslicd Kvrry Friday KstahtiMin j. n. U...III, l .tllnr mill PllhlfOirr ilutcrril nt the 1'nsloHlce of Uplmiiai bus, N. M as second clan iiiiitl -matter -BubscrlpUon Hates: 11.60 per year; Six months $75; Three .-inonthl.lo. Advertising rtr furnished op application. it -jy J..K a t in: l 1 With the arrival of the flrtl con- tlgont of the new national army al III? eantBomwtctlito wtek, tli tatu of construction of the vnrlwi caniH will bo of nubile IiiIm-mL Allogeth it sUletm military cIIIps Iwvp Iwii llUlll Hie BVUTIIIlMMll trt dlOIISP tin1 CHI.00II cltUiMl soldiers selected for wrvlce by ho dntft. New Mi-xl-en wus favurvd sllh ww nf llmiH- Camp Uudy at Utnilmt, 01 Him- clU's sneu vvfru muly m IIivm Im m'ol llvulr mllr iiuuUi.nf HIck iiml 111IW11I inti. An hdh)' af prur tkully I4WM utm w I'liipluyril Ut tin' rtiiittlriMtktH uf IIh- i'uUiiihmiU up I" llw llrtl of SJat?iHlrr. Mihu? Hint ilnlr IIm fOt-Cti Im bjHHI !- iMlly rwlurnl. Ilf Hrtf M-rlHlii uuUfi Ui cm nwlhiu Willi tjHiih o...

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. — 14 September 1917

THE COLVMBttH COUKlBlt Children Cry for Fltchrys The XM Ton Rats Always Bought, and which hn been la Me for ever thirty years, baa borne the signature of - and has been made under his per SJ sonal supervision since its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you In thfej All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Juitas-good " are but Xxperiaeat that trifle with And endanger tho health of Infanta and Children Experience against Experiment. What it CASTOR I A Caitorla ts a harmless substitute tor Caitor. Oil, Paregoric; Drops sod 8oothlng Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither flutn, Herphfae nor other narcotic substance. Its ngj ts its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fererdhnets arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Dowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giring healthy and natural sleep. The Calldrta'a Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Si...

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