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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 October 1917

V 3tL . J-, mT Between the barn imt tho wood. wtooitfoia Jfrwr wmjwi rtistmitft twas: on wselfsatiW ww Weked'EUiiiklh II ceW -Wear th' cImc of U-he And also poor Annie' refrain, od when the family reached hciv ene was wriming: ffl&tnaroamnir with pain. CMStkef ttbopoil JowfTto caresTherf rjjjbijlay there alun'hed'on tho fsreuml.' n ; lp " " And purtblr. simple 'minded brother, Thouslii ha should exatnlno tin.' vrmml without IhaJC or. hesitation, He topped jo hit knee in llio Mill, -V.il. .kii I... .1. ..i 1.1 1 Okod Artnh lure, Hr.E. Jr Jultfta cmo..u. .from Hachlta WoAtj to mato proof fur M claim oW fMLHwB. 'FdU ion Teporta thai Ira it getting, alopa WW wiUttto'WtVweWhe Is'SJrlil tag for he sovemweai'At lliehila, npd that. he. expect to brine Ih a big ljtHcr, Utters received by frlcndis of Meat. ft T. Neoly, lormcrly rtillon ;ed.al'CoIubjls, but now. in France, ilsles that ho has been promoted to e,cplalney. CdpL Neely hajfihany friends hero Vuo.'.rlU br pleased to hear-of hit ...

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. — 26 October 1917

M2-18 i, ft, UugUo 0OJJUMBUSISOHLW ' y'' yi!J?J'JaU-J" 1 1 BBgBggg8gBBCBBBg-llllll HII'UI.'II wj..L'JX3 . l-Sjlf jjL..: L. . . ''-a, i " . .I'.L..' LJ-UJH . f, ..v., Cilwifciw, CMr, ew Woto, OH. 28, 117 Ke. KAISER WARNS UNITO) STATES "ijrffAWFrRir HWHrtfct1 Look Out After-Mm Wkr." fclHULd8TANli NO NONSENSE." Buy a Liberty Betid nnd Protect Your Home. (By Bruco Barton, Every Week's Famous Editor.) ,Ono; paragraph In Ambissador Oonml'i book' bored iisclf deep Into mymfnd, II U In IhA Ah.nl-,. l cftfU tells of his Interview with " tho'Kalrtri-IUd Interview tint was planned forTt few minutes, andwas prolonged by Wilhelm to moro than an hour. "JlfjjSiA cafe-Wdm, nervous, vln cHctlvo tain whom Mr. Ocrard talked with. , "lie ahowedt great' VHtcrncss against the United Stales," Mr. Ger ard ""wpoTUr "and repeatedly aald: ' America had better look out after thUiwar and 'I shall' sland uo non sense from America after the war. Tills was beforo America' en trance Into the war, remember; bo for'o...

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. — 26 October 1917

tiik coi.umiius coimiKtt ME'COLUMBlIS 6ur1eh ..'Published Every Friday Established In 1000 Smith, Editor mid Ptibttvhrr Knlcrcd ol Iho I'ostofflco of Colum bus, N. N, u second class malt nutter. Subscription Hates: 81.60 tr year; Six months J. 75; Thrco niontLs 9.4a Advertising rates furnished on application. "SAFE FOR UEMOCltACY." Just at this time tlio world Is onx- louily inquiring (ho Inward mean ing of President Wilson's Immortal phrase, safe for democracy." Just what Is "safe," and Just what In tho lint place. mMv, lnl. n ow'r h xvIhI,i "p "'.w" tmnt nipIristW slncrUy ol'oUf'fprtnsYpIo of human volition amPln- dcclurations n to the objects of this country in tho world struggle. They point out that our President Is moro of o dlctalor tliim any llolicn zollcrn or Hnpshurj;. Even our friends tho Drlllsh seen unable to reconcile hit great powers with our proud boast of personal liberty. Viewed from the Old World point of view, wo must confess tho prob- labll'hed" prtcVs, seem Incl...

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. — 26 October 1917

1'HE COLUMlitM COUKDik 'opular Wild Animal Circus Commg. CALLED m FAMLY to her mm 9h Ymh A, HUsfaff Mm Mfb K, 1 Tmm LaJf, Brt Ntw Me h a W J, 9km Wmm sstsl Mm CH ht Kef Rectrefjr I I AMeUsfcr?isf 1 n nclr St"?""!. Am ConjUpaiofiawlDUrrte" and FoTTkhwst GAST0R1A Tor Infinity and Ohtl , Mothers, Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of tMtX Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TW Himl 4Tr MfW fTf, AT A n&lSONAULC PRICE that Is our omlom and be- jluvo ui, our customers llilnk f wo faithfully llvo up to it. Iloosls, chops, tolm, milk fed poultry from tho farm direct. AH tho market's moil delecta ble delicacies await your In pection hero. PALA OE MARKET JOHNSON BROTHERS, Props. Columbus and Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS 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 f...

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. — 26 October 1917

o - hi i in i , m msmmtJkti H essM I III II lilt 1MB ills. wMe eeeune Sttnu:.javcMe& m ..tgJaMk In UM'.koflM wlch " m TJm aavd prepared for the kH, OhaMh sfcttoti Beefce, eUhe ' Mh Cevalrr, rf!nr tho ewe- . HMMVa 318 WM M rtUWiol fi? lhy, Ssler, of Chkatjo, fMer a MM.irpom, wklle gergt. Stra ijd na best Man. .After tfici ccro 'meny o reception and cntcrltM- - U,l .... I. .1.1 .1 II. . r Commerce Bullrflo whfro Ilio Ivy Of Uw'JroaiiapeBt. a. ;iwst, enjoyable ' .Y??1- ifr.-fBflr. W. C. Has rmiwen, of chicaio. parents Df the bride wero pmcnf'oV tho ttqddinft. ThomahyWcnd's orScrgt. tieolre wUtt for blm'ena lifa brldo a long j t . nd Jiappy JJfc W. II. Juller and daughter, Mls,Erma 11 1 1 ' tcr, of Springfield, Mo, returned to 'their homes laftt Saturday, after a ctet daya pleasant vitlt v. 1th Uiclr 'sons, Hoy fitter of froop E, i!th Cavalry, ' and' Reymond Trlscll, of f Troop, F, 12th Cavalry. Tho mem ber of Ihcso'twb 'troops are greatly iodeb'-ed to .Ihcao ladles for tho 'wa'ay '...

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 November 1917

0. ft. Hughe 1117 5CHOOLWOWC AsawssoWsrt to CoovifciHlon Not 4 ' Pe- Wi Educators. WILL SUFFER State Board of Education Against Proposed Law. In'tho fait growing Interest In tho amendment fgr Blalcwfdo prohibi tion,' (o bo Voted on next Tuesday, November (J, New Jtcxlco. peoplo arc likely to lose sight of another pro posed amendment to tho conslllu- llotl. to ba Voted linon kl tin nmn time, tho adoption or rejection pf which win ooicrmino 10 o very large exIcnS; tho fulflro progress ami' efficiency of the state's wholo publlo school system. This Is the nmrwiw! "Tar AmonHritint 4 K which (hp existing law of tots, HmlllW'ker0 .hi Ill IovIm in any onp year lo 5 per cent would do wnusn into and msdo a part af tho epnitlUHlop ,of tho stite. Ac- coruins io ino view iiom ny tua au Ihorlllcsof tho Department of Ed ucatlop, and by leading educators throughout the state, adoption ol this amendment means that cduoc llonal progress In New Mexico, If not absolutely cheeked, will bo ser iously re...

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 November 1917

B9BB8SBSSBl !!HBBSS TMK CeLVMBUS'coURIER Published Every Friday Established In 11)00 r n i mi, ii 'ihii i i i n hi J. H. fsKh, EdWor and Publisher Entered al the rostofflca of Colum "P bus, N. M, at second fetaas mall matter. Subscription Ilatct! tUA ' rfcr year; 8lxmonlhii 1.78; Threo months. 9,40. Advertising ratca furnished on application. AIDING THE ENEMY. Just now this is a familiar phraso In American llfo. Exactly what Is In tended to bo conveyed by tho phrase many do not seem to understand. 'It might bo well to study It closely If we aro to bo loyal citizens as nur government expects us to be. Flint, it Is not at all necessary Hint wo actually minuter to the enemy's material wantsj In order to come ' under tho meaning of thfl term. There aro a thousand and ono ways, . Indirect ways of aiding an enemy. Our present endiiy is fully awaro of this fact, and his knowlodgs Is shown In hl extraordinary activity In our country. 'Ono of the mpsl cffccllvc ways to aid a causo is to dest...

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 November 1917

AUMIOL-a PSD CfKU ImiixllxllnllMlWWlMvM-! ana rcvtnwm Sxsct Copy o Wrapp?. PA IiA 0 13 JUHH5UN UKUIIItKS, Props. Columbus and Mexico Townsite Company i PROMOTERS Vc have looted and tola over 1U0.UU0 acres of Lower Mirabrei, Valley lands. Know every foot of the valley and can secure for you the beit bargains. A few govcrnmentjclaims yet to be had. Buy your town lots from tit and get them first hand; best terms given purchasers. ' J. R. BLAIR, Manager I Columbus, -:- L. nwi wwsn-firi mmiTiHTTTi mam J Fo&tforth-Galbraith 1 Lumber Gomnanv ,3 Wholesale uixl LVMBER Lathi, Shingles, Sasli, L 1 1 m.. b uiuic, toaster, v.uHipuiifon Columbus, CASTORIA For Infonfr tod CLtldrtn. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature, of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Twt MWf M NMt kiw rrr NOTHING TEMPTS tho appotito mora than somo delicious chops. If you would servo a dollghtful breakfast buy your chops here. Wo mako .a specialty of tho choicest lamb chops you over ate. All ou...

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. — 2 November 1917

THE COLUMBUS coumkit fho most thoroughly enjoyed .event which kM tke3dce to C4 1Sm)h for temi vi the MiHowe'en party given Wednssdcy venlng b the .Epworth Lcapio bi th3 Methodist Church. Black' Cats wnd witches werb profusely ulod ti dcjorntjnglho church ptrlor, whIU tho conventional colira of gold and black were visible everywhere. 11 tlfil not seem ppsslbl'o tlial to many .of'.thn tcwl iolk In Columbus could ' keep in hiding for to many yean, "but every 'one who was present at this Hallowe'en party will vouch for Ilia statement that "Columbus fs'prclty well populated after all." Thcro were, pie eating contests for tlie girs, pie eating contests for the boys, end, even one for the Utiles; eppla contests, marshmel iovvs on a string to bo eaten string ami all and tho old stand-by pec nut race. Tho reading by Mrs. Smith and Mlsi Burton, and song by little Jlmmle Smith, was greatly enjoyed by all present, fcs welt as the panto nilno play cnllllde "A Center Ituih," in which Miss Ritchie...

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 November 1917

o ?40UJ1.0:IS THE ONIJ 10RT OF EHTRr AND; MTUltAJ. TEWAY'FltOM .OLD-MEXICO INTO NEWMEIC0. attfief NEW MEXICO IN DRY COLUMN CoUmfcus Mo 6ei e the Water LJ6UT VOTE POLLED HERE. thly 86 of the WO Registered Voted ... On TusJey. jColumbui followed suit with tha Stale' o New Mexico, Tucsdsi fiijd voted "dry" by a majority of 18. There were only BO voles ppllod out of b registration of over 400 In Ihli precinct. Fifty one voles were cast for lao. prohibition intendment and thirty Ave agsnsl It. The proposed tax amendment wu also,, defeated In Ihla precinct. ytthout exception every tror Vmt "city and town In tho etio voted against the aaloon, whllo In llio rural dlst'.jla the volo was aU most unamlnwus In favor of n dry NcwMeilco. In several of Ihe smaller towns where the population U Isrgely Spanish speaking, proprietor of saloons joined forces with the pro- hlbltlonlsla and worked openly for the abolition of their own busmen. Doming gave the prohibition amendment majority of tZS. There 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. — 9 November 1917

. , TUB COLUMHUS COURIER "t MKC M 1 U 8 0 0 iJH I K R Tho government has again rolJcJl ii ii m i in l---- of tho Industrial Workers of Published Ever Friday tho Worm in Anions, nnu ii is Established In tWO J. H. Smith, l-Ultur und t'ubllshrr Entered at thu 1'ostofUce of Colum bus. N. M, ss second class' null .matter. Subscription Ilalea: il.60 per year: Blx months $.78; Threo months 1.40. Advertising rates 'furnished on application. TEACH PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM. In seeking for an explanation for tho opithr and lack of patriotism manifested in many parts of the country, one is confronted In al most every Instance with thn one underlying inllucnco Ignorance, Ignorance of American Ideals, tra ditions and principles. Ignorance of the plain duty of every citizen of a bcneflclenl government to preserve and defend tho institutions of that government. In the schools of this country from this time on, a department of practical patriotism should have foremost place Love of country Is not all he...

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 November 1917

;' if BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST CRYSTAL THEATRE Columbus, N. M. THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1917 SSflMSSflaBaasaaMMBi RUFUS WILLIAMS 155 Pounds, "The Old Master" Middle Weight Champion U. S. Army THOMAS HAYDEN 145 Pounds. "Speed Ball" - .. Welter Weight Champion of the 24th Infantry " - " - 'RUFUS WILLIAMS, (the Old Master) needs no introduction to the sport-loving public, being the undisputed champion of the whole U. S. Army, having successfully defended hit title in the Philippine Islands, Hawiian Inlands, in Old Mexico with General Pershing's Erpedi tion, and also here on the border. Williams has not lost a decision in the last four years. '- "SPEED-BALL" HAYDEN, the Welter Weight Champion of the 21 th Infantry. A young boxer, but has shown more class than any boxer on the border, having won all his bouts with such case he is bcttei known as Knock-um Dead Hay.ien. He carries a knock-out punch in either hand, at his record shows his last 7 fights were all won by a knock-out inside of 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. — 9 November 1917

the cowmum courikk Perwitl aid Sttiai TtM) 114 Cm Entertainment. All Ihe patrlotlo resident of Co lumbus aro being promised one of the bifgcsl times of their Uvea llili coming Saturday when llio lied Croee of this city wilt giyo o nIcklo' patriotic tea and luncheon In tho old bank building. A program has been arranged fcrhlch Includes atl the best talent In tho dir. and this will bo Interspersed with aoleetions from tho I2lh Cavalry Band during the, cntlro tlmo from thrco until ten o'clock p. m. Tho proceeds of this lea will go to buy yarn (which by the Wky costal a round hundred dollars) to knit warm garments for the boys In the trenches. Tho ladles of tho city havo worked un ceasingly for this tea and If they aro willing to work to earn tho money In order that tho material may bo paid for, then willing to do the knitting, it seems that every palrlotio man, woman and child In Columbus would answer the "bugle call," which translated means "swell tho fund." Atl aro xtcndcd a cordial ...

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 November 1917

C$5j($riS f rIE iOKM' P6t, OFr ENTRY AfiD MTUltAL GATEWAY FROM 6t6 attM6 lW6- NEW' MEXICO. t . ( , (Sonner 1. VfcrtV'v TORABE FUNDS" EORY.M.C.A.WORK CMMHTTKC WHJ, 60UCIT, Give Aa Huck As You Can To Help Movement. There are dayj of military maneti. vcrlhi" for every American citizen though ho is not In army uniform. Among rmrjTnancuvtjrjng In to work IfrtSrtJTlwcJveld .eighteen Ifours a Sfflcvarjrj &yj In tho month an J year as' long as the wnr lasts, to Uiat Jbo soldier may bo loyally supported in iuo iruning camps and1 on 'iho Uatllo front. An other maneuver for ua civilians In giving. giving every month In thu year whllgjljovrtr lasts' ant) io bly.siv fgbecuuso it Is a big war and there are. big needs to bo mcU" Ho Mid' Mr. A. Ulnkhorsl of Tuc son, Arizona, District Secrelary for lligjArmy V. M. C. A, who was In Columbus Thursday to remind Co lumbus to do Iter ahara toward Iho 33 million dollars that am to be raised this week In Iho United Stales -Army Y. M. 0, A. Hot tig, mJ:...

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 November 1917

i t, : n TUB qOLUMRUS COURIER Published Kvpry l-'rlday Established in 1000 J. K. SmMh, Krfllor and. PuMMter Entered al (ho Postoftlco of Colum bus, N. M as second class mall matter. Subscription lutes: 8,1 AO . per year; BJx months $.75; Thrco month MO. Advertising rales furnished on application. OHSTRUCTrONtSTK. In ordinary time, times of peace and quietness tho exigencies of gov crnmciit will permit Of vvldo diver gence of opinion nnd much discus sion of net Ion and policy of public affairs. As a matter of furt, t lie cause of popular government Is helped nnd forwarded In tho earth by this very (Attitude. Hut these aro not ordinary limes. They aro very extraordinary times, and In extraordl y limes, extra ordinary proceed!, becomo nieces aary. Tho real patriot, In this emer gency, will place not a straw In tho way of 11)040 charged wlh carrying out tho plans of Iho government. It mailers not tho shade of political belief in days past, Iho man who tvnlly has the welfaro of his coun ...

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 November 1917

riife ttit.LMuus c'0Uuii:i STOMACH TROUBLE Mokpmb. ol.Nahcy, Ky., atys: Tor quite to I Mfered with 8omh trouW, 1 would taveprtjt and a heavy feeling aher my meal, a most filJgMifMt tote In my moulh. If I ate anything wMi bwr' lLSf tlt3,K. W0.uW " 'P- 1 1" to have ryttUtr afefc S0chc. 1 had ud pills nd tablets, but far a cowm of these. I would bo conatlruM. it iut i -i ,rl " "f"n an up. i iouhu nicy were at atl ter my trouble, t beard buck-Draught rtcotnjMnded I very hlahly, so befjan to use It It cured me, I keep Kin the house all the time. It Is the best Wver madlcliw made. 1 do not have sick headache or 4omch trouble any more." Black-Draught arts on the Hd liver and helps it to do Its Important work of MhowIm out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This -medicine should be In every household for nee In time of need. Oct a packago today. If you feet alueKl&h, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh to morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE HKAHIN...

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 November 1917

-7-- t- r Tnfc 66L1MIU8 COUttlKK Ma N'mM hmifUmh tcti jh$ 'jSHj' lajsf .4 ;Mt ii 'an - cfeatU wr vc 0 iMpM KH, Wli sjf ' n HMmmm would acknowledge fa fet immR the "booby" m4e Jul sp pfWrMct k Iho form of 4 blckvcal ytWtotoi adored with sl dt( at bind. Mrs: Itoovcr tfc llcMwli Mm guests with stvcral pla51ccioni and lulls Jtry MeanssaW n Instrumental n "well as w&lj jofy. mo&t delicious ltd count (ws tcrvcd (o about fifty guest's. iJTho lively laughter end chatter gave cvldcnco of (he ear' and charm with which thl lovily hoal? entertains. The af ternoon was pronounced a sued fy ah. ;tioraT, IJTib '"fickle Tea" Riven last 8al urdky1y the Red Cress was a sue rcs In every way flnnriclally as woll.a Socially, Whllo the goat of sfciqiWtj not rjhed, nltnosl (lirco fouuht of this amount was taken In and the ladlen whp,wprkcd so faltlu full? fc- yalo JUie1' money to buy irh for the boys' in the'ttench cscitcnd to all who, so Jlbrally aided their cause (heir heartfelt thnks and appreci...

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 November 1917

C. R. MuHM l-il-l Ifte CJohttn otifief THJEWGHT THAMCSGmMG Mr VylWe fcMcrtatiMMftt y BKMsrrr tr mm mm funb. i '"' tftmey to Be Usee! (o lHy Yarn Mil Tho Mght Bforo Christmas" lini long been famous In song and story but the "vNlghl Bcforo Thanksgiving" I..Mln Ir. k ... IL. ...... . "'""t H Ull 1 1 1 J Bl Columbus. Wednesday Kvcnlnv tovemfetr 28, tho Military Vauda- iniu .uuiinocs HQ evening 01 JOIIIiy, Tun and laughter. A li0 3u want to see IIiq adventures ' 71 l""11""'" wiapnn as a rooKiaT J JDoiyou want to hear (ho faclnal- Ing music of tho Saxanhonn Guar. IcttoT Do you want to hoar song you win nnu yourscir humming tho next1 day, and watch clog dancing thai will ael tho ttaldoil feel to beating lime? .Do roil want to look In on a. rati arc.t eccno that will bring back laughing memories' of 'Lllllo Old Voxr VnrV Then remember tho tlmo and tho place and the people who aro work lug hard to glvo you Just this even fng of unlnteii-pled enjoyment. Mr. Greenwood haa Generously do. wiled ...

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 November 1917

TMK CtJLUMBUg C6UHIKR mm ii i 1 1 iiiiidii.iiii.'iiiiij in'iWV ij rtaife44Ari Svsr Water Established In iWB &t atMli Editor atse! aaMisltef Bwterml at the PoetoSce ef OlUM tXM. N. N, H MCOBli CltM Mlt matter. SAacrlfitlon Rates: MM fvr year;, Hi istoaUe ,1.7;; Tare months (.to. Advertising ratae lurnienea .on appucauo. AMI SHALL WE WT THANK MM? Tan season Is aeln with ii when, from custom and from the inner promptings cf the spirit, wa re wont to tin gratetful heart to a .merciful and bountiful Creator in thanks tnd gratitude for Jill dealing with. u during the year that la And shall we yet thank lilmt. -Let ua aee. At this t-mu s.sou nno shir year ago wo thuihed II m I: hearts Hut II o n opt at Iron the madness that w.s deviating our kinsmen across tho water, nut today -wo have beaten h' pnmm hook Into a sword, and from octi to ocean the tramp of armed foreea resounds. In view of the staggering issues wlth.whlch our people are face to face, are we to content ourselves with than...

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 November 1917

2 ""ir Columbus9 Progressive Merchants lyno -Are wiii rar. noover in riis Kreav nooa saving jampamgn. Waste Not Want Not i EM IS WDI Now. moro Ihnn ever, does this old proveri'hold good "Waste nol, want not! "But we ro not wMler, tout, of -you good ww.cn will Indignant ly a.y. "Wc can't alTord to bo." Of coursa you fannot afford to be. li' r n t youf 1 How nuiiy an 'i I U in lb lr- y atler dlnn r y a r y. -i ... . v.: n I Wly, In no direction can American women so c really n.sslst bs by tn llsllno In the M-rvIre of the Food AilAiliiLUntlmi nml cheerfully ac fC;llno Its Ulrcrtlon and udtlrr. WOODIlOW WILSON. rTbe worry about the pemifcliilits o( losing hoarded weajth wilt take VMM fmm u&n'l 1 1 f ThM MnWaiii. faf rti rLkr n fir LW away rrom lilm all chance of properly enjoying life. This bank atrlct Iradtiears to the banking laws and Is managed by bualneas men whose IN honor k unquestioned. Hoove rie by opening an accowl'wltti' " Columbus State Bank TKe Bazaar The Exclusive Dry G...

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