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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 23 November 1917

11 BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP C0NTEST .4 CRYSTAL THEATRE Columbus, N. M. -Thanksgiving Night THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1917 15 RCM'NDS . Young .. ijiuxJ-- 120 Pounds. Aniai ur B.intu . i(lit Champion, P iof12t'r v . Jack V i 122 Pounds. E. Pui . T . " . . rci-trijit of the YOUNG DUNJ )l AG DlWDKi; tho amateur 11 it . , tho fastest liltla boxer now I ir ' r.' W sit- 1 1 1 1 ' i Ii ollhy wallop, a command JACK ARNOLD r AltNOI.D need no introducll . r ui continuously liero on tli ' ' 'i? nlljpumcrs avo one, wh liardiit hitting llttlo Ymi'Mn real assured tha y to ice. r' Imliig f n, lm r fur tint nt two yrai. I , Ih U the ru liu.1 ;iin 1 1 in w H h,? worth it' tug n SEMI-WTNDUP 10 ROUNDS 10 ROUNDS Fighting Tommy Nelson Vs. 'Scientific Willie Sieber 125 Poundi, El Paio Tcxai. (Enough Said) 128 Pounds, Hospital Corps, Columbus, N, M General Admission $1.00. Reserved Seats $1.50. Ringside $2.00 , - All Seats Reserved and Numbered -Dp'ors,,Openvatfc7'6?cIdclt: Bout Starts at 8 p. m. tickets on Sale at Jo...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 23 November 1917

v , . ' rjiiiui'.k.-.i.ix.iij. tIIb comamua coumkiI 18 couvriKH gi vb mv t. . MAJORITY OP UfiMl IfSWH V LMIK M.IVICR. "It ws- t4 beBe Bert asked in hoir much a pound Ot ulrloln steak coK" Ta4 crnfliVd to Ulster Ann. "Aad 1 Mhl that I didn't know Just hr NMMk posml It was,' though I did know that tat atsak we luid (or (Hum eoet Jt one'dotlar and three , cent. Ht dhta't In the least mind our . .h.rta eapeaaira steak, la fact, I hare It because he like It. Hot he -ranted bm to Mow tmi how much a pound It wet. And then' ho asked me ho much larob waa, sod I aald I didn't know, though I know Jait how niuth Umj Joint wt had On Bandar cot. And then-" bat hero Tad'a tear fot th better Of htr and aha leaned on Blitrt Ana'a broad J puns' ahouldcra and hook ulth sobs. "And then and then h Mid that bo Mid that It mom niea run their businesses a carelessly a women rnn their bcmettbey would alt ba rained. Oh, how could ha, Annr Ana had ions to her brother' little tmajalow after a frantle appeal fr...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 23 November 1917

. 'WB C0LU.MU1M COUHlEn ' PerstMal aid Social. JIw Julio NorvllI Mnrrlri 4. iVSS5l,,D' S)IfU Vlll bo. o( much merest 10 mptr many mends in .Columbus, wm thnl which united ilini" marrlasn Mint Julia N'ni-vlltn nn.l ;L"!culenant Leo 0. McQulltr. of the ;i 3th Cavalry stationed nt Columbus, Jbut now of Iho Aviation School at llcllevillc. III. Tlio ceremony wis periormeci November otn, nl Lake wood, Ohio, al tho residence of Mrs. 0. V. Grill Jlstcr or tho bride,' Dr. Fuller, of tho Lakowood Methodist Church omcmtlng. Tho houso was profusely decorated with .whlto chrrsanlhomums nml nltiV mM while hundreds of mlnlturo flaps were floating ever) where. As the wedding march was being play! by Mrs, O. W. Grill, tho bride and groom coming down the aisle stsp ped Into an archway made of roiH and chrysanthemums, and as the fmprceslvo words or tho marriage vows, were spotfen a huge llaij, which had been concealed, slowly unfolded ta fmmi a background. The brhle was becomingly ntlircd u wlilte cra...

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. — 30 November 1917

ft, m, mi KJTOGSTAMfS Wa 'BaiiM Mm IUm 1 Inla rgff) W v omj I wwi In I IV mm -v si GOSB I'jMt MUIX INVESTORS. Postmaster L. L. Durkhead. yes-. tcruay rrceivou a supply ci savmga tamps from Washington for tlio now. wac .savings plan to bo Inaugu rated by (ho government. Tlio slumps are of hswdsome design, ant) will no doubt prove a siicrcts In raiting war funds as well as profit able (d Hie purchaser. . T)hi war mvImm nlan nrovlded for In'.Ute test kn4 act, pf September 24, 117, M hn formulated ond announced by the Treosury Do .nartmoal and goes Into operation oh'Montky. December 3. Tlio plan puts It easily In reach of every American cllitcn to save money and at (ho same tlmo aid tlio government by supplying It with the of war; Stamps, which arc (ho govern ment's certificates ofc indebtedness, are to be sold in two denominations thrift stamps, which cost 23 cents each, and war-av(uj Blamps, which cost Trom 11.12 to 91.23 each accord ing to the month, In which they-aro purchased. With...

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. — 30 November 1917

THIS COiUMSUiJ OOOwKk )uiIlshcd Every Friday , Established in 1003 altered il (he PotofT1ci of Colum bus, N. M, n second class mall matter. Subscription Kates: flJBO Iter year; Blx months 1.75; Threo months &W, Advertising rates furnished on application. LOANS AND SAVINGS. When the history of tho Amerl ran war loans Is finally written, Into it wilt bo written tho account of a people converted from extravagance to frugality, from reckless spend- Ins to prudent saving. It will con lain tho account of a nation that uhlto giving freely of It wealth, yel In the very net or giving re eclved more than It gave. Yes, great as will be the money outlay necessary for tho successful prescculion of this wrr, the solid. enduring benefit to tho people of this country will be infinitely great er. In (he first place, II has caused us to lake stock of our resources. A prodigious demand has caused us to reach out for an equally huge supply. Hut unliku tho flush per iods of former years, when the ad...

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. — 30 November 1917

ItHWKW.Y Tilt TODAY. Hy Margaret Kcekr Ha me. Wo , hear complaining from nil quarter about Iho "Urcadlcss Mval." I.cl'ui look Into the wheat flour ai Hvo havo II today. "Wheal whrn cairn an a whole gnrlii, Sfrcn from I lid IndlgcsUblo bran, ground Inio coarto Hour. is llib best of nil foods today for devel oping Mini power In tho body. ' But as wo havo It today It Is de prived of It nutritious coiU, iul those nutritious coats nro fed to afock, to develop .Irongth and vlll ily, fats, etc. Now Iho brendlcss, or white brnadlcta meal is a 1)Us ng, If wo "will uso corn meal, o. meat and rye flour. II yd Hour Is used In making brown bread! fully , unu fourth more avallablo protein, twice tlio fuel value, and three times ls much calcium and from flvo to six limes is much Iron ts will' bo found si In tlio same amount of wliilo Ho ir. In using these co,rsr flours wo will all bo hencfltojby them. Wlion whlto flour Is used, the ipilsffim'.bf bWiJiealtli, , There havo Wen conmierers in oycry de...

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. — 30 November 1917

II TkR C6UJMBU8 COUKIKH Mff L. Walker Bw4w tos TKb Twelcve Trumps mfrLm&ti !ellWfully. entertained tt later-' L .Mamuin ! hit hnmA of mr. J L. Walker. I'rotrmlvi "SW was. 110 game 01 wo BiirmovB na L. A. Wr gs mado ft score- of WW, which b tho highest scoro that has been mafo alnco tha ctub kas.bcen playing this game. At tho doio gt tho B&mo a very dainty nlad courso was aerveil. All tho Twelvq wore together for tht first time (it months, which Included, besides tbq hostess, Mcidamcs Peters, Plerco, Greenwood. Rig, Lingo, King. Wll llngham, Moody, 8lsco. While, and Mlu Floy Mooro and .Mrs. C.11. Mc Aulcy as guest of tho day. ' ThaaVofUInn VaudevHte Good. Tho "Night Defoni Thanksgiving" Veudovlllo given by talent made uji from member of the llth Eavalry and 21th Infantry l the Columbus Theatro Wednesday night derw a crowded house as Welt as- added quite a nest sum to the Red Cross war fund. Tho talent displayed by some members of the company bordered on tho professional, .lli...

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 December 1917

'iittJPwHES l 4' situ-- -ww- 1 I BACKIV..BY tprTVMMW i Und"; FhoritoraWtW'lhti ' ' met OwrmlMfaft on .VriKfi Activates, the ColunVburl f ?TT?5 , i" ISW' T"1 n weawwasy nun, me meeting fWlMAi'-ivi rrom IT lira .uiiq nn vuiiimih ku bMti of tMftottn. .-we, ' the Wir "Swvfea Hoard cMd do rocros(.nu pfuerMWfHT!". .for tiw soldier boys at.TJirtnp' -Tw,lon,c'$f hw Ihla amt wrk tnu IwlwrVca-r rled rerjifl6ir "ieeWn hvhocs troops wjsro located and of what Vi f to" providing rccrcatjoa anu . wholrwrns entertainment Wr-'liB ' toldler. Mr. Flak wai fdllbWcd by taidnol Chaw. wo.ysM,eflx on the MIliMii a War mUlUc M way Flak "wtko Yor a'sodl 3j-oaIn-uUiFTutty -eaKMttfc" Ihilsalalle ; bi to how ftnatselal assMasco could ' Th, okM.M ItasCflusabu JA"c Service Aeard, t ssd, -witt bo ta ; provide, ch itep, sad tUw: jf Wr fceWSin asrisw civilians or OqIuw. irYr ateat punfon,tli War DertmefAi IfutidVof 14,000,060, Whlc.M'li WVttiid'at u IDA etnlonmtnU and lrWinremM.- y Columbua'.aharo of thla fund will ...

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 December 1917

"'-ft- ... I'HE GOOjMlRJh! COUKikik Kr fntsWeeTfcvery Friday" EtbH.yd la i8 BftttrAdPat-tffo PMtoMco of ColuM ya, -X-.Mv-t aeaoadxclaea H - jtotsr." Subscription Rates: QIAO .mt Mr:.'Mc,'Bwbib. $.73; Thrsa jprtenlha .. Advtlsla . rates "'MrtUshett application. THE WAR SERVICE BO AW. . Human activities havo from lime Immemorial,, been roughly divided Into two oWaacs. commonly desle- mrled br Uw plain-spoken, the VmmHII" tnij lhi) "trlmmlnjo.' -.The tllvjsjon it an, aihl.trarjr one, nnd ,llk rnb'sl arbitrary definitions Is - irequcntly unfair. ' It Implies that tte one It vitai'i? necessary "bllo the pthr h superfluous. This is. far r.op Deinj me irtnn, Many j cst.:leJ. a great 'Tcertier declared that "Man shut not live by bread alone" This Jroth has, Inst nothing qf s force with the ifliiiKo of. time There aro mcny vital Interests In Ufa bo- 'hat of a men subsistence. Ttv s htop-sts are they which mark tbi (liM'Mno tlnr txilween man nn tit brute yrfoliov Tlit-v aro lh dsmnmls of, lil...

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 December 1917

TO & ar t '8 ' ' Aft a l!W fm -1 . aA 1 ni-.i Mil yeeM ss, sayitstaiih vm H i erf I mut r.-Mr Oftiia m ui. vti. .It task M tMtts,U test aaa, Hy f pstila 'Imh. ! waa Yety weak... I MeMM I atn ! -. prttM ft ttuwnfc teW m I Iomw H - itm MgMr ismalii for tilt ffllW -4 OaBBBl pnLBSj ft. ft ffVTfc WiTti mi l fcMa Mmtr. oowsia M4 aeAwalbr aa4 tiut iMt REVIEW OF "GERMAN . 9f64' o'r Hid fcftckeaP page In all hlilory. compriw:.doeufnmUfy record of "d4d that mV ons d ipalk.ljh,,iftitTO p ijia hurmm race," are'found in a book, named "Onw,jT WrJP'ntcUcc,C-whJh hk .nit hmn iu a l ill h - s 1 liriiiilnR nflii'v iy !h'' i!ii')v . .. . . I... II II iUI .. lm(lon. It it edited liy iro . . -Munro, of PrinOelon, and olhr ' 'leholtrj. -.1 .JThexdumbfoundlng vldnco wh)h thli 'booWpresenU'to thojurr of mink'lnd it dra-n mainly from Gcr- nn,,and American eource. and in ctudee officii! proctamatioiii and uttarinces of' ttid rcponlbto heads of the Imperial Oreman government, lettera and eUarlea of arunn ...

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 December 1917

rise miMkatMatkfiawft)ii an-- "i Frl ih 5cial. row cetujipcs, aessKius'vfoMnWt. wbo it la oer Jw'c neat Thttrsdiay, m dkeetor, A MM orchestra tha vjlll, furnfa swwle for The Eyes ofjthe WorM." will .tso .tpMar on1 IWe'daeitoay', tea Frenklyn FftniuM ajifta l "A Blonriy Knight" There will be no- cxlttrtenargo for this 'aUraCllon, and l- who ertjoy "good nUI4 should not fall to hear Madam 8tBstonc on this Weapon. EahiaWc MHHaryBwcc. Thrf first nd on of the m6sl tin JoyebW of army social events' since lh departure of the '1st Aoro Squadron for France, occurred on Saturday owning when tho oBcers of the Tlilrd Battalion bf tho tlh L 8. Infantry entertained t tho Ch umber of Commerce building In honor of tho returning 1st and "nil Battalions of the regiment, to wh eh orflccrs'.bf ttie 12th Cavalry ond tlie Medical Corps were Invited. Tho building was decorated with V. B. Ilan and lanterns and' presented a' beautiful appearance. Tho 2Uh In fantry band with its usual Irresisla bllV-Jurnlthr...

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 December 1917

c. n. tiugtics i-is-ia LULU MJi.UirfO I nt 'UKi, Ir,U 1 Urfcrt i'K I-AnU nA I URAL "UAWWWI f'C'KvM UJU'U MfcAlLU lfl . U HMfMfcAlCU. u . - it.jssasssteMa. 7,1 5 , . .tali . - - " lU 1. .. I Xi -. 1. VH. X..2C LOCAL YILKjANCE CORPS WANTED Government Appeal for AM In Flghtiroj German Propsjando. IMMEDIATE ACTJON NECESSARY American Often) Society Send Request to Mayor Habney. Mayor T. It, Dabney today mtsSa public n request received from illchnril M. Kurd, Chairman of tho Hoard of Trustees of tho American Defense Boclcty, urging citizens hero to Organlxo a local vlgllanco corps, for the purpose of aiding tho government In putting an end to German propaganda and enemy ac tivity which has been rcsponslblq for Arcs, ammunition plant explos ions, sabotage, food .scarce .and 'other attempts to damago tho mo ralo of tho American people, "P.cci'iil events in this country mako il plain that tho German method of propaganda which has been so effective in Russia and Holy Is now being attempted In...

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 December 1917

THE C0LUM11UH CUUKiUk Published Every Friday Established In 1009 J. R. Smllh, Kdltor mIPi&wr Entered at the PottofUce of Colum bus, N. M, o second cli mall matter. Subierlptioa lute: ttXU per year; Six months $.75; Three monttn I.W. Advertising rale furnlshdd on application. prlnclplesfqf Jtutlco andflWg!iljfor which Wo'eland will ultimately rule the earth, and man see his follow man for that which ho is his brother. WOMCN LABOMH& ?9S9S71W9 mrplus.of.labor that It aA' cnilless ource of tr6ublo"Landil'sUlf. Wo have recalled a point when a rest readjustment of labor ia Im perative, and this adjustment Is up to ino leaucra oi luo-'anor world. Tho spirit displayed by tho loyal , ,71i , LV?y.V women of this country In the atrug- f1 ou ,,n u teM'if'fMjwnUy Bio that Is before us, Is matter for ,u'1 " anx,ou lu u Pul ' Just prldo to every truo lover of i .... , . country, Tho unanimity with i . " ; " .l , ... , :h they have risen to the occas-, PJ " ort skirls from the ihiiivi ui un...

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 December 1917

CALU m HOHIY; TO HER BEDSIDE -k Wtl, SirMf Wmmm awl fata CarM Fr ----- Her Itarorjr. ' Royse CKr, "W-ri. Miry KiV ma, of Ul pi, W! "After Ibt birth of CT Ultl. at'L..lny lid com. aweed to tart tat, t M to to bsek to 14. W eallsd Uii doctor. IT treated mt...but I tot no betttr. I tot worse and wofft until ths misery tu unbaarsblt...t wit In bd (or thrto month and suffered inch agony that t wss Just drawn tip Iq knot . t told my hatband It h would ft ms t bottle of Cardal t would trr It. . . t eommrnesd taking It, bowtvtr, thai mint t called tar family beut b... (or I kntw I could not tut maoi: day nolss t had a chant (or WAR TALKS By ITNCLB DAN ' Numbtt Two , BET: rivw . the better. That wa tlx year aro and I am Kill hero and am A well alronr woman, and owo tny Ufa o CarduL 1 had only taken1 half tb bottle when I began to feet better. The mltery D tor tlda got lets... 1 contlnned right on taklnt the Cartel until I had taken thiee botUei end X did not need any mora for I wae well and ...

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. — 14 December 1917

Perstml and Social. Tnehe Trumps Entertain Tbjlr Husbands. Tho member of tliej Twelve Trump Card Club entertained their husbands with a big dinner party Tuesday, November S8, elven at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wggs. . Tlio dinner was (ho llr( Ihlng on (ha program. It was served at 7 o'clock and was thoroughly enjoy ed by all, after which cards were Indulged In until a very lato hour, llils It tlio first of a aorlea of par ties tho club is planning to give this winter. Those present hcsldc the host and hostett were Mr. and Mrs. Georgo peters, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. l'lerce, Mr. and Mrs. William Klmc, Mr. and fin. JL. Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J. Floyd White, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. fleck, and MrtJand Mrs. J. II. Cox,! and Mr. Murphy, as guest of tho i oiun. Mrs. Sarah Hoover, of Porlala. Mas the guest of her eon hero this week. Mrs. Hoover was enroute to California, where she will visit reln tms for some lime. she feels In her heart that alio Is playing n traitor l...

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. — 21 December 1917

0. l. Uum COLUMBUS IS THEONLY P01T OF ENTRYAND .NAlUJtAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO INTO NEW MEXICO. CslisaLni, UM'CMiMy, New Mcsiee, Dec. 21, 1917 No. 27 - --ikjn las . Sign ojf a fftbu year NEW RAILROAD v. WILL BE BUILT COLUMBUS HAS it ED CROSS FAlLY Vmitjlgn For New .Members stats) Wllh Sneecs. School Children Aitwd. FtX RaWng at Petofc J it Prcildcnt ct 'Hw jArowiean Mel lor ipedil raembersMp campaign. Ho' Ak for 10,06djGOO addition! member. Special ernphsiU U placed upon tba memberblp Idea ut tlili tlmo. On olijocl of the campaign li to )iow lo the world tbei the Ameri can pcoplfl are presenting an Indi vidual and loyal front to tha enemy; that we, aa a nation, aro giving vol untarily our moral a, well as our maienai auppori to our government i hi crista. .Every loyal Ainorl ' , or ought to ba a member ot ho'Ited Cross. '' epmmlUea composed j)f;Mls -Mfr rii!n(Y. Mrs.'Knlfflh' aml'Mrs! Wllklnion waa appointed lo conduct Uio campaign ot Columbua. 8ub unmlitcea were appointed and Voo...

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. — 21 December 1917

.C J i A.- X A ... , . i . TNT. COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday Eslnbllshcd In 1000 t. H. Umlth, Editor nnd Publisher M ii ii i' t i mil I as Entered at the I'oslofllce of Colum out. .N. M, a second clasa mall mnkier. Subscription flat: 9I0 per year; Six months .75; Three months 1.40. Advertising rates furnished m application. THOSE "EXCESS rttOF.TS. If congress has a real desire 10 eipialUe Iho burdens of taxation that are to pcy fo- the war. thai body, will bo compelled to approach llio nuesllon In n dilTerent spirit from that now mnnlfcsled. If (hero is one truth Hint slr.ub nut mora plainly than any olhr In this country, It is that cnpilsl and capitalists have been mure favor" ' than In any other country on the glole. The United Stales lias mire princely incomes than any other nation In the world. Th- proll from her Industries aro prejl-r, than the of any other country. It Is the expressed purpose lo ta these Income and prolHs. As ti Iho former, they aro rnnlrlhulln' pro...

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. — 21 December 1917

wv wf -STOMACHTRbuBlSl Mr. Markm Hotcowfc, of Nattcy, Kr., Mytt Tor quite a tone white I sttfterta whh itotMCN troubtt. 1 wM. have imIm and a heavy faaMssf after my nwak, amort VaagrMaMe (at bi my mouth.' M 1 ate anytbtnc wtfc btriter.ollorKraaae.I weuktapMHHlk I basjantokave raenlr fclc Madacnc. I Ink! mm ftjltt and tablets, bttt after a course ot these, I wouW be conetipaVed. It fut teemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were ho good at all for my trouble. I beard TfOtDFORiyS Buck-Draught I recommended very hltbty, o began to use li It cured me. I keep It kt the bouee all the tine. It l the beet liver medicine made. 1 do not have slclc headache or atomsch trouble any more." Black.Drauaht acta on Hie Jaded liver and helps It to do Its Important work ot ttirowlnjt out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be in every household for use In time of need. Oct a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonlsht. You will feel fresh to morrow. P...

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. — 21 December 1917

THR CUV 1JMRU3 cotinn:n Per$inl tvul Social. Pmc and Good WiH, GocdWill Aero the ferJudea hllte I STo latent irpamu cltoiwf wif, At midnight, faintly, tonf f, jnW, Din, dtttant tongt, lit tcorrftos lays, lFAf all IA lor togeltier emng. And they,thethephtrdi,lltltnlng lony, M'ith beating heartt, lit oieetfHd wood ; Htfl k( Aff tong Orion tnng, The myttlc, ooMrn eUlrt aston in jwfmmrd toHMit Or were thet Alpha" axthenl grind. Borne duiky temple diilc!tfKfit, Wn heavy crori ilauly strong, irAer wnialnt wallou, ftdfnff. Out ail tlr olt, milered, nMftnf Ctrarl fernis stood forth, their gltiU looted, It'll facet toward the midnight sty; And, lribM0, trailed, ((ft orf, . Llmbi tent, where fullest miclc Hart. And qlrcrlng arm vpralied high. Clearer the lound waret Ivept tho plal, A nil the lelit tcerWs plt itood Kill, Till 0ffy woVd ell IA strain, From Zlon'l Aflll fnnt back -again, Ttaee and good will, good, will." Down went the ttalwart ihephtrdi there. In humble poie. Kith heart aXame. T...

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. — 28 December 1917

lit . Pine utnrtittihntf at 1 nilll . M V , tU.2B COLUMBUS IS NATURAL ROUTE For New RaHrd to Be RwRl Into OM Mexico. IS THE NATURAL GATEWAY. Co.il Shorts? WIH Hasten Con atruetlon of Line. If tho report is truo that (he tall io.x.a now using oil for fuel mui go bock to coal It probsbly means tti Immedlato construction of r tajlrooil, rora Doming, or some amlnallon of tha map will thoit that lolnl on tha Southern Pacino In new Mexico, to tho San Juan coun ty coat field, probably touching at Gallup. Tim 8. i. owns a (treat deal of coal land thero and the conslrtio tlon of auch a lino will mean sn-ex-tentlon Into Mexlro from Onliimhu, which la tho nntural galewoy In Mtlco. The orlRlnnl railroad pro- . '(-"ho rnnltmplrtnd f p ' hi. . nd an cx- Miiurai.routo from the entire northwest and western nart of the tinned Wales to tlio Cllr or Mexico yiroujb the lilllo town or Co- lumou. RAILROAD ENGINEER COMING. A aoon as he is allowed by his physicians to leave his bed, W. p. liolnday. tha chi...

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