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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 28 December 1917

OBsMHHflsBgHBBMMMs THE COLUtflbS COUKiUK II. il i -' 'ii ,if,i i i i a g Published Every Friday Established Ju 1000 Entered at (he Poatoniee of Colum bus, N. M, u second class mall mailer. Subscription Hates: 11X0 per year; ttix mouths $.70; Throe aouttii MO. Advertising rales , furnished on application. IS FOOD CONSEI. r TKN- FAM.IMG. Reports come from' .many tec. Nona of thecountry that, tlio uns to tlif appMil forj mi' TY.it ion it uul by. nny muni" wliat it simulj ! and what I Ik authorities had everj reason to tapool It would!, tiai boon some tmi" sme ; 1 wersvurged tu MMitutuia on whe yot-we ix luforrowl thai the con sumnthm tf wheal to this country for lb, "month of October, 1817, w 18 par Mr MW' than for Or HMf month !, yaw. Now) hystejrl te the watt t iff y w I M i h !-. I til, tu lh Km. girt no dmil fT of Itf l-r n mplMtM. HiH white Mm people enn not t' vnrerf Into netinwny, If the matter Uttm More llitiu In ttt proper livht. i-AMimen w tliould Induce Hi m to economise. Th...

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. — 28 December 1917

run coLUMiia coimn:u v STOMACH TROUBLE hcvc HiM 'nntl hessvy fetflns Met my iMais, a noet sfeafreeabk taste In my mouth. H I ate fctytttfof with knitter, oU or ire sec. I vfoutd ac I'm 1 Usjm to have XUr sck hwdiAe. Tlw4 steed! Mid tafefcts, but. a fours of wmt, I wuM be twfwtlpeted. It ut , aasmtd lo fev my 4ocM H up. I faimi they were no good ( ail for my trouble. I heerd THEDTOKDf Black-Draught recommended very hlehly, eo beon to use It It cured me. I keep H In the house at! the time. It l the best Hver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or ttomach trouble any more." Black-Draught ads on the Jaded liver and helps It to do He Important work of throwlfle; out watte rneeriels and poisons from the sys tem. This medkloe should be In every household for use. In time of need. Get a pacfenge today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to sBorrow. Price 25c a package All druggists. ONE CKN7A DOK .. HIT ITfcR ploymertt Exptrt What constitute a good letter? ...

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. — 28 December 1917

K .1 lioltdnv ihuh. 'On fthrUfnu Pvrt OatMmLmT ' " I Treva lilr entertained at her ,bOHW wHIt an lflfefMtJai(In parly. Amoag Jt guests Were nnl.tn uJ Ura ttHj.- A MONTH far teMnfTror mm f.ni !! f,?? rrw?, self aoifOKM MM " r Tu"' , -7. MtHone crow CapUki Fab Shlpp and Lliirfewants ixmMr atenory rem Hu Dr. and Mm. Dean, 12th Cavalry. Ms fu, entertained at their homo on Chrst- TJ kopci antjoyi e treat, m tort Ima day with 0 o'clock dinner. j.A.iZ??Zrlt'.?T , .i ThlrrMUwefoChiptalh.andMr Lieutenant and Mr. Voss, Mlu Blair i na uaptain McDonald. MIm Vonla DrayTof El Paso, It the holiday guest of Mils Treva lllalr, coming Tuesday for tho 2llh Infantry hop. Blie will return to her homo Friday. Mr. C. n. Itogera and family have returned home, after a month's vil li with relalivee In Arkansas. Mrs. Jesse Lea and daughter, Miss 0 aoary month! In rtfioni ef the aorta end frt The long o lint ami riffling ef tht root ar (taut. And Kalire'l ihouMni therm lummrr tfayt hart fitd. There tlortai ref...

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. — 4 January 1918

COLUMBUS IS THE ONLY PORT OF ENTRY AND NATURAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO UNTO NEW MEXICO. Vol. VII. COLUMBUS IS NATURAL ROUTE Knr New llnllniuil In Ho Ilullt lulu Old Mexico. 18 TIIE NATUIIAI. (5ATI5WAY. Coal ShnrtiiDf Will llnalcn Con-""Strut-lion of Mill1. ' If Hip rtiwrl l Irnr Hint Hip rnll niacin u.iw usjnx nil r.ir Ii.i-i mi no ImcR to con I It imlxilily iihmi. llu In.nn-illi,!.. rn...l. II.... ,.f ,. roilruail Irom lieiiilutr. nr inoi nn Im Binliitillnii nf lln mini ulil l,., iln.i IwpIIj. Mr. polrl nn ii KfliiHicrn pnrlilt- In new MoxlM. to Hit? fcm Junn rnim- Iv coal 11 iil, prohnhly im.. hint al (li.Hii. Ilio S. I'. nwim n pii'ii ilwl of mnl Inml lhii' nml Ilio rnnntriir- Hi (i nf 'irli k Hop ..III in . n i in. tpt'.ilun Inln Mnxtfo from lUi!uinlm, Whlrh li tin' niiliinit r.iIi v. n M Ifn, Hi" nHpln.ll iTllhNiil pm- Inutlun for MoxliKi ttinli-iiiplali'il Hti mlratiri' nt Oliitnlnin, hihI nil ox- Hip nnluri.1 rmito from Hip putlrn tmrthw l nml wprlpin inrl nf Hip I'llIM fftnl...

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. — 4 January 1918

tiir coLt'isaus cotmaw "WORTHY PEACE" ASSURED SWEDEN F8 FORD the UNIVERSAL CAR IN ME88AQB BY PRESIDENT WIU 80N READ IN DOTH CHAMBERS OF SWEDISH PARLIAMENT. A LEAGUER NATIONS AND FREEDOM OF THE SEA WILL DE INSISTED UPON BY AMER ICAN EXECUTIVE. WbI Ntir t'al Nf f .rtlrs. StookhQlm, Dec. Si. A message from Piesldent Wilson ws read la both chambers o( the Bwedlsh I'arlla incnl Friday. It w a follow: 1 muo received with the ureal!, satisfaction lb mcge which tha two chambers of the Swedish Rlksdsg wrre generous enough to ernd ma and 1 aceept H a a moil welcome ex pression of tha confidence of the chamber ' I lioo and believe that by com mon counsel a peace worthy of the aspiration of the people of Europj can ami will be aecured and I (hall with pleasure and pride do all 1 can, to promote It. (Biguvdi -woodrow wilson." I'arU. Dec. J3. The President'! tint week In franco flnda the pre liminary altuatlon aurroundlni tha' peace conference fairly well developed towaru tha point where, accordi...

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. — 4 January 1918

till: Col.UMuUiS I'OlhttHl. m mi; coi.UMUUH couiiii;. Published Every Friday lUUililished in KMI Entered at (lie I'ojtofllco of Colum but, N. M, on second clam mat matter. Subscription Holes: tl per year; tlx iiiuutli Tim moutlii 1.40. Aiivertlimg tale furnished on application. IS KOOI) CO.NSKUVA- TIUN FAlLINlt. Hcpotts com from many sec Hons nf tlii co.iiilry Hist lhi answ to tin' appeal for emis rv. lion s u by uny means what it l uul und wlnl tin- outlioraii' had o. reason to eipect it would be. lit K'u some lime sln the were urged Ui loononilie on who yet we are Informed thai the con iiinption of whmt in Dili count, for thn mo. .Hi of (kto.-, IUI7. w IB per cent greater than fur j i. mu iiionlh lull year. Now, hystsrfo m tin matt.r n in)- w I n't nwhr. I i . . . .i ill y - ii. tl to Iw n. I' 'SMtue loilK k .ll. StS UK O ui rt tattle wwk li diwe. I' i i .o .'vorywharf km naming, urn Hll. Ull II I .u ..... llimu ill lit pr i light, .minium ai'nn should Indu. tl. iii to acwiDinlfe....

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. — 4 January 1918

THK COLUMIUK COIIRIIIK STOMACH TROUBLE . Mr. Marlon Holcomb, ol Nancy, Kyi, says: ."For quite a lofifiC WrvHc I suffered with stomach (rouble. I would have pains and a heavy fcellnir after my meals, a most disagreeable taste In my mouth. K I ate anything with butter.oil or crease, I would spit It up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It Just teemed to tear my stomach all up. 1 found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard THIDFOKD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT recommended very highly, so began to use It It cured me. I keep It In the house all ilieti-nc. It Is the best liver medicine made. 1 do not have sick headache or stomach trouble anv more." Black-Draught nets on the Jaded liver and helps It to do Its Important work ot throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be In every household for use In time of need. Oct n package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose...

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. — 11 January 1918

COLUMBUS IS THE ONLY PORT OF ENTRY AND NATURAL GATEWAY FROM OLD MEXICO INTO KEYV MEXICO. V f I Wop tolttmtntf loiiftef Vol. vu. COLUMBUS IS NATURAL ROUTE For Nrxv Itallmnd lo Uf Hulll lnli Old Me.lin. 18 TIIK NATUIUI. (1VTKWAY. Coul Shnrtmir Will llwlrn Cm-' Mtui'llnn of l.lnr. If (lie rxrl I' lru llml llie rail road now iikIuk nit fur fuel i.lui rii tiack lo run I II probnhly iiimiii liniirillfil'' ruinlnicil'in or i rallmnd fimn nenilnir. iir mii" Biiilnnll'in nf i' null HI li ' "li.i point mi lln- Mouthem I'Hrlllr III nrw .Muxlru. to the Han Jimi i-.mii- ( vMlib :ik probably ton- ldnn ( 1 (Inllmi. Tlit. X. I', wtittii iflvl dull of mat litmi Iheiv anil Hie rmi!itir-' tlnn of Kuril t line will in n n x (rmlon Inln Mejdro fiom tl'diinihilt Ahii'li Ik tlir iiiiIiii-hI imI "') I" .Moxlrn. 'I hi' nrlmird reHmed im iiiollonii for .Mnxlco rmiUin'lnl mi cnlrnnce at KnluinhiiK, nnd nn et tlm natural rnnti' fmm the entire. iinrtl.iv.nt nml xvoKtnrn nnrl of lln' Unlli'il Stale lo ilii! i:il...

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. — 11 January 1918

Tim coi.u.Mhtw (totiitiiiii lilt: UOI.UMDUS 001 III K I'ubllihod Kvery Friday Kttnblishcrt m iifc Entered al the l'ostofllco or Coluin Dili, N. M, as second class mal mailer. Hubscription Hates: tllA pvr year; Six month V.)&; Thre month I. to. Advertising rale, furnished on application. IS FOOD CONSEitVA- TION. FAIL1MG Ilcports come from inuiiy see lloiu ol the country itint tlx) ;uu ui the ixl (or conservi turn n liy ny mentis what it shouW 1m and what the auUtnrit.e had i-mv ), IM.I i I it WIMlM Ims lieen ik. were urged to eounomue oil wu yet w are iHformrd Hint the ear lllll(l ..' . for tlw nwith iii . 18 per eul r ii. . hmm(Ii Uft yr. Now, ii).... i III;;)' . M w4l ( lit , It Sik m . i he. , . hhwmi m Mw4u i.. Hi ii la ctwunri'i. Tin l"Ml ro f hlch prkie I In the iwlweuf a windfall--n tm r n Hint cn mil. In tht nmur i. tuss. Minim i- niti id ii iy. K i. nslly ttte etus war must be l . wl. ti )ii i will .uii .r- m- hng lie r th' Ir mil l i. nH vfhii. whil uitu ewe uifcu.1 til...

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. — 11 January 1918

Tim COLUMIMS COt-ML'K STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marlon Holcomb. of Nancy, Ky., says: "Ft quite long while 1 suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a. heavy fcellnit aflcr my meals, a most disagreeable taste fit my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit It up. 1 began to have regular sick headache I had used pills and tablets, but after, a course of these, I would be constipated. It Ju&t seemed to tear my stomach all up. I fount! they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard THEDFORD'S Black-Draught I recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep It In the house all the time. It Is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on the jadetl liver and helps it to do lis important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be in every household for use In time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, lake a do...

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. — 11 January 1918

X rim comjmiujh courick Personal and Social. December a iiiiniw f (iiri-niwi mwimI (a:oiu;r, itunw nnii'K Mtivnw. v linn UW11 fl' tliirllW tin boll.lay min. On chrMnm ,.,,, rfrlmil,l fir- MIm Trnvn Hlnir enlmttihxM nl lui , honm on inMnwl ilwrtw ln"v ,,r '',"",,r iwrly. Aiiiumk li'T will ho ' nl thn (..ilimilu Hifn- uiviein unit Mm. Price, l1iiil-niint ' iro nn .Month . Pre. III. in Hi Ollvrr .ml Mr. Ilallonl, I.l.'iilviimii nfii! ,1)rif I'nralmnml l'lclntr. "Ills Mr,. ifcmlnir. tii.l-ln Mr UnaW i ... , lllH ,.,,. By i. C. OLIVER. OHOXTIt (nr .rnir Tnr rl(r fyi (ind lMi tmomra iittt vi' jihI MfWo. --it - r. mxl Mi. Hiim. Nth Oanlr , 'tih rlfllnitl ;il llH'lr h"M" mi t.lui iw iki Willi f! nVI'Vki illnili'l' 'I Mr tin 'n wr Rlmplnlii mi I Mr I Mho. Captain nml Mr. Ilwnliii l.lwiltnanl ntHl Mr-. V1.1-. Mi IUaii mil OlpUIn MrPiiiHiyi. I M(- Vmihi limy, nf HI l'. t Hi" hnti.la) piiM' nf MM 'IVfvr lllntr. eiimtiif 'IWwIry fur the tUl lnlniM Ms lw iH rvlHrn h ht-r htmii' I'VWwyt iflrlom rr...

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. — 18 January 1918

galttfttltti aonfief N6$JI Vol. VII. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, January IS, 1918 COLUMBUS IS NATURAL ROUTE .For New Itallroad lo lip llullt Into Old Mexico. 18 Till: NATUIIAL OATBWAY. Conl Shortage Will HnMcn Con atrtirtlon ot Line. If Ilia rciMirl Is true that llio rnll roail now using oil for fuel limit go back lo coal It probably means (ho "Immedlalo constrtictloii of n rnilronil from Doming, or some nmlnallon of llio map will shou that point on the Southern I'acillc In new Mexico, (o the. Ban Juan coun ty coal fields, probably toucbiiiK at Gallup. The 8, 1'. owns n Kreat ileal of coal land there and" the construc tion of such n line will mean an ex tension Into Mexico from Columbus, which Is the natural galowny to Mexico. The original rallroail pro mollons for Mexico contemplated an enhance at Columbus, and an ex tha natural route from the entire northwest and western part of the United States to the City of Mexico is through the little town of Co lumbus. . ItAILIIOAD KN...

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. — 18 January 1918

Till: COI.LMIlUM COUuiKK tiii: column us cor it i r.u I'lililillinl l!vtry Friday BMnhlrtlieil In IIHHI ;. II. 1'nrl.s lidllor sriisciuiTioN iiatkm Qoo Xm IM ytk .MiittltM .. 'IV- Month 10 Snliscriili)ii air mnlilo Mrlrtly In ihIwiiht mill will lie illvronllnuril liHiii)U ill rilrntlim, vdvwUfwmHt will t nrc'tl 011- ly Ml Hih inli of 2iv hT I'liluniii null Mrh litwrlhw. Utrnl UK mt Hit hikIi liwrlbHi. Itral . liHKiwwl! at tm tulf. Kntavit at th imIo)Ii at Co liimbWt New Maxtoo a wninl cIum i.i II WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number SI Ollllt and Jlmml Will Ttkt MlllUry Training. "Now," tald Uncle Dun. with snn nrnrttliro. "nhen men trnlnlne diw 10 uiucli good, niakr t Itrr rllltrnn nnd It the ume time fltt n tnnn to difriid hit country, why liould not Uncle Bom fumlh tlila training at the RitTcrn mcnt'i cxrentet The gorerntnnr-hn the right to call anyone to acrre In cae o( war. anil without training, a man It worth nothlnr a aoliller. Un' rle Hum ha plrmlld new training rampo that will to...

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. — 18 January 1918

I THE COLUMmiS .COUMKK this Is Our Winter of Test SMITING food li n lo cal problem for ench i community. Prices ' and definite, ruin (or every one cannot lo formulated. It In n duty for each one tn eat only so much oi li ncccsaary lo tnnlnlHln Hie liuinnn body ncnlihy nnd atrong, Thla winter ')( 1018 li the iwrlod when In to be tealcd hore In Amrrlcii wheth er our eoplo nre capable of vol unlnry Individual ancrinrn to aave (he world, Tim I In the pur Imae nf tlio organization of llio United mntea.rood AdintiiUtrii tlmi by voluntnry effort to pro tldo tlio fowl Hint tlio world need a. V. H. 1'OOD ADMINI8TIIATIO.V NEED BIGHERDS Europo's Meat Supply Must Como From America. Warring Natloni Have Depleted Llvt Stock at Enormoua Rate, Fvei Killing Dairy Cattle For FooJ. American alock breeders nro being aaked to rnnaervo Ihelr Ihwka nnd Words of Comfort For the New Year Dy 8amutl Qardlntr Ayrta. miheNewTfcar Maggie' checks and licr oyea blnicd. I low dared lie IiikIiiuiiIo Hint one of Ilnh...

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. — 18 January 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIEll Personal and Social. December By J. C. OLIVER. OUOSTU fir timed For iMw dayt ant ntshti renowned. y frowcnf, with haUotctd bene iffeHons crowned lc's annual rlearino novie or ret roipertlre thought, inhere penelre memory recatli IAe smiles. Me If an. TAe Aopri and oyi 0 youlA, the lore 0 ranlincd years, and tip la see ie ha we, tad, lAar Time hat urought. 0 hoary monthl In region, c the Oo',n"' eIKMKI.I. nerIA and Mil I o TAe ton 17 0 tlrd and Hppllna 0 the brook hart ceased. And .Vafwre't thouiant eharmt 0 tummer dayt hate fiet. There ttortat relent, fieret Oct of irtnd and sterns Ant vinter all a rerdiirr. Into Brown ant uhttt transormt Ant Irtii ri no traea 0 tle and bran- ly sped. A number of Informal social events hove tnkt'U place during (lie lioliila)' season. On Christmas Kve Miss Tmn Malr entertained at her home wilh nn Informal dancing parly. Among Iicr bhp1 were Captain and Mrs. I'rlce, I.louti-natU mid Mrs. ll.ill.ird. Lieutenant and Mr. DoSaussare,...

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. — 25 January 1918

s"sr Unfit Vol. VII. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, January 25, 1918 No. 32 OIL WELL STILL - DROPPING DOWN Writ Is now down 1700 fret nml alt formation rnrotintrrril ao fur Indicate oil or gn Tho deep well being drilled llirco mile southeast of town I" now to tho 1700 foot level anil tho work is progressing ok rapidly at can be ex pected al tills depth. Them has been no new developments for the pad few day, tho formation al this llnio being a ilialo rock. Tho for mation all Urn way down ban been principally shale and limn ruck, the latter being mixed with parotide. A strong flow of nail water was tin '.doubt In tho minds of several geolo which was forced nlsivo llin casing by gas pressure. II wvs al llrst de cided that an artesian How bud been found bnl It was learned thai tho How was caused by the gas. The water was soon cased off and tho drilling continued. Oil and gas have Im-ch found In small quantities Invariably after a light formation had been penetrated. The Valley Oil C...

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. — 25 January 1918

TUB COLUMBUS COUuiUK Tim coi.t uirs c.oi itu.it Published Bvery Prlila)' Hslahlhiheil in I POM (J. i:. 1'nrltt .. IMttor I HUlltfCIIIITlUN IIATKS One VW Six Miwrtlw 74 Three MimllM W $uhvrlitliinx nrr mwble 'trlrll In n.luinre mill wilt In" iINiuhI linusl limmpllj til lAillriillnn. WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Numbtr SU Dllll and JlmmU Will Taka Military Training. "Now," Mid Uncle Dun, with great arncstncss, "when such training does to rnuch giMHl. makra better cttltcna and it the name tlmo fill n man to defend hit country. hy should not Uncle Sam furnish this training at the gotcrn mt nt'a. expenicj Tho gorrrnment has the right to call anyone to acrrc In case of war. and without training, a tie Bam has splendid new training I Tin1 snow which foil last Katur ramps that will toon be available for tay n,Klt ,, tmil n vt'ry iiillmlsllc Hie purree, increiorr. nrre is umiui. ,.mH ,,., ,,, rntitivtl nllil rnnch- II. ('.. Oarter. of Carter fi I'arrlsh as hi ("oils the Kninc number of loaves of b...

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. — 25 January 1918

a thi: comjmiius coumrcu This Is Our Winter of Test SCnVINO food li lo cal problem (or rnch community. Tried ' tnd definite rules for every one ninnot bo formulated, u ! n duty (or each on lo rat onljr io much bi I necessary I" mntnUIn lha liutniin body nealihy nnd (Irons. Thin winter tt 1018 Is Ilia period when U lo be tested here In America wheth er our people urn capable n( vol untary Individual nrlflre to lave ttie world Ttint la the pur lorw of Iho nrganltatlon nf the Untied States Food Administra tion by voluntary effort lo pro vldo the food Hint the world needs. U. H. FOOD ADMIN'IHTHATION NEED BIGHERDS Europe's Meat Supply Must Como i From America. Warring Natlena Have Dtplittd Llv Stock at Enormoua Rate, Evri Killing Dairy Cattta For Food, American atock breeilera nro helnn anked to mniervo their floeka nnd herda In order In meet Kun.H)'a Ira- inenihiua deinanda for im-ata durlnK tho war and probably for tnnny yeurs aftarwanL The United Rtnlea food ndmlnla trallnii reHirts H...

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. — 25 January 1918

THE COlUMnUS COURIER CORN WILL WIN DEMOCRACY'S WAR America's Greatest Cereal Crop Is Now Moving to O, Market MAINSTAY IN NATION'S CRISIS. Surplus Whtit af In Unll-.il SUIm Ha Bmd Sent to Famine Threat cntd Europe. NOTICE KOIl I'lULICAHOV. Department of the Interior, t. S Land Office at Ui Cruces, V M, December 19. 1017. .Notice it hereby Riven tint lvn il llobl-s, of Cotumbus, N. M, who. ; n Xttveniber 0. I0M, mad liwne- ilal entry Vn. Olfrtll, for NW I-. Um (I, Township 27 8. lUnirr H W .V M. I. Meridian, lias filed ih Ik f iHlfiUiHi In make final three yr ptwef. in stahlth elalrn Ui Hie land above deserilHil, lfre li, M Kml, f. a. OtHHimtlirficr, at Colum bus. N. M, (HI Hie Hlh day of Fe ruary. IktlH. Claimant Mum at witnesses: F V DaiH, of OtwHtw. X. M.; Ctar tc It. StevftMon, of Celumhus, N. M.. Hugh J. Kami, of Columbus, N M.; William I. Hebbs, of Columbus. X. M. JOIIX K HUtNSIDK. Iw. SH-St HgW.r America's great corn crop, ejee4 lag 8,0WXM),O) bosheta. Mt Mil th wartd'a feed It...

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. — 1 February 1918

c. II. ihmiK-1 lonfief Vol. VII. Columbui, Luna County, New Mexka, Febrairjr 1, 1918 No. 33 SELECTS NOW APPEAR lee HONES AND HAYDEN MATCHED FOR FEU. 22 Hock IJonos, colored middle OIL PROPOSITION BRING ' INC. NOTED MEN HERE Denver mnn noes over Hold very thoroughly nntl expects to be Kin drilling north of track at early date. Thnt Columbus will roally be tlio center of nn oil Held Is the opinion- oxprcscd by different ge ologists and oil mon during the past weok. A. Wngnur, of Donvor, Colora do, wont over the (told very thor oly this weak and before leaving the vullcy expressed himself as being convinced that this wan to be an oil fluid. Hu In a geologist with a roputntion, and can get all the fundH needed to back up his judgement. He contracted for thc'leasos on n block of hind and expects to sink a well nt n point nurth of the railroad track in the nonr future. The exact lo cation of tho proposed well lir did not disclose. Ho hnd In his possesion n map of the surround ing torritor...

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