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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 February 1918

THE COMJMMM COURIER WAR TALKS Dy UNCLE DAN Numbtr Flit JACK RAIHHT.S VALUA- HLE AS A FOOD Methods used by Mrs. A. L. Tny- lor in preparing the meat of the jack rabbit fur the tabic. It must bo understood first of nil thnt muscles of propulsion In ormm Ooy Clash Uj rabbits whethor cotton tall or jnck arc oncnsd in tough DIFFERENT WAYS OF COOKING POTATOES (Jive Potatoes More Prominent Plncc in bills of fare this wn win's crop of I libera unusually large. taken out. Sprlnklo with salt and serve at once. Potato and Pork Stow: Threo or four slices salt pork cut in small pieces, four medium sized potatoes, one onton, one-half cup of water, three-fourths teaspoon ful salt, one-fourth tcaspoonful pepper, rry tlic pork In a deep frying pan until it is light brown then to the pork nnd fnt add the it wi a warm evening, no Uncle muscles knot while running, and I the United Statos Department .u... .1.1..1.. n 1 ..i Pan went nut ton Uimi under-the from whlch tne 1HjWer or Hprtnr .of Agriculture, ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 February 1918

THE COLUMBUS COUMEK AMERICAN SUGAR SENT TOFRANCE American Price Rigidly Regulated by United States Food Administration. CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9o. ,8ugir Coit S3 Cenlt Pound During Civil War Reflnsrt' ProflU Now Curtailed. Sugar li selling todny throughout America at from 8Vi to 0 cents a pound to tlio consumer, even though there It n world shorlngo which has reduced Dili nation'! sugar nllotuiciit to TO per rent, of normal. Through the efforts of the United Btalre food mlmlnlitrnllon the augar market liita hren regulated aa far aa the producer, rrtlner nnd wlwleanler la concerned. Tho fowl mtniliila t ru I lou haa no twiner to regulate retail prim except by public opinion, liven though more limn Inna nf augnr havo heen shipped to France In llic lt four months tho retail groccr'a augnr price la nroumt 8 to RM cenla. He should aril thla aiiKor at RSi to cents, the fixxt administration believes, anil nska the American luii Ifo to pay no mure than thla ntnoiint. hast August when the fooil ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 February 1918

thi: comjmhuh coUhiKu Till: C.OI.L 1IKI 8 COt 111 Kit 1'uhiniiwi livery I'rMer KetaMlahed In IflW U r. Park .,HaJr Hl lim.HII'llOV H.vu; ( Y-ar - i M.mlN . . .to Ihn- Mnutha Sut i IfOww aa-abar ri.-H In ii.Hiiii.r- mimI ulll fee arMtlnsll nt.utfil' vl rijl:-a!t m. i. .ii it"iiU WHI bo aavetrd mi- ' at Hip rml- i JOr par eoiiuaiU . ii .-arti iiiawtatn. Iuh'U nuwcaa ! i Imm cli tnaiwtlun. LneeL i;nt.l al .! itifl;i at i. .., .Vw Mt i. u iK.u,a ctw " "TuHL x a. w r. more roon w wt win this war It wflTbe - ity united arwliur Mai 10 nM MUM the ffuna, each '!! 'vpaana: upon the oth- . Ou- We at th front ami . it . tt 111 m ory trum, I o for u, v no hunger, cm us a nev . .ie boat food Mora than i.urope ri io food and ibout three 'nlesa hiltlrt' rnd wheat , p.. viow year, i r.ur boy will ' m.giy. Than i of women. l crippled sol - '.. i an1 ow i ii to reach l k ng t- tin j : tUuda fori :licr ii I nted State ' . dU'y b'-t;itl. . i..r Pmulent is taking that ' '-n atay at home obecrve i.Kdt!ca ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 February 1918

1-12-ia VolFVII. Colttttbu, Lwt Cemtr, New Muke, February 8, 1918 No. 34 ICUTIIYOI. I'OIMI IN' Ill-Ill' U'UI.I-IIKill vaiai: HV.XKS MILLIONS KTATtTH UUOTA OK W. a HTAHI'8 oo.vt ovi:iii.ook YOl'H incijmi: tax hki'oiit I.OCAI. UCII CIIOSS HKNII8 KM ITCH OOOOS AWAY 0. II. UiirIioi (Bolnrnhns msmtut wiu. r.i.ccT cotii'i.ini: si:r ikiomi on. comi-wy iacc.it 01" STATIJ-rOCVrV OI'I'ICC.IIS III KrAUT IMIIM. tiOINti On the llflli of NovemlMT. IUIH. I lie IIimiIIi Oil ( j.Iiiiiiii. 11 Ini.. Analysis of a sample of II 11,1 Santa Fo, N. M., I-Vh. 4, The mo l.l -.. In,i II,., n ull I. ..I,,.. .1, ltlu.1 ..... .l...l I...U.II.... I.. V . by I lie Valley Oil CnmiMiny, liy J. IiJmoxIco ns liiailiiinrli'ra fur o Unln;d lllalr nml .lark lulnn show nlstute War Suvlngs club, with the tract nf ntimiila-lclilliyol-iliiiiti .iff school children as club members, which Is formed front fossil llsh. Was Hip plan presented to the ns- 'I lit! sample uf nil Inked xvn skim. ini'il ii IT thi tup nml wan mi doubt n...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 February 1918

THE CO I, DM litis COUKIKU -4 WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Ftv Jlmmlt and a German Day Clath Muit Do Three Thing, to Siva Country. It wi a warm evening, ao Uncle Dan went out tn a lann aeat under the tprradlng hranehea n( th great tree that aurgettcd the farm' name of Oak llltl. Itllllr and Jlmmlt had bn Ur ine for lilm, Unrip Dan waa cap tured by the boya on ihort order. "Say, Uncle Dan." Mill, bexan. "Wo had a red-hot argument at achool yea terday with Carl Newman. Carl aald that Herman echoola were mllea ahead of our achoola and that no one could rome up to the educated flerrnan. Well, Jtmtnle mt hot under the collar and handed It '.ack to him good and plenty, Jlmmte aald If their education taught them tn torpedo I.utltanlm. alnk ho- Pltat al.lna. munler hundred en and children, make elavee the ltelgtana, pilon wella, dcatroy fruit : treea and commit all aorta or crime. MITH'.K FOIl I'LTIUCATION. No. 09011 for W'a nwi, Wi aw'i eminent, wn only a little inure limn Department ot H...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 February 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER AMERICAN SUGAR SENT T0FRANGE American Price Rigidly Regulated by United States Food Administration. CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9o. 8ugar Celt 33 Ctnti Pound During ' Civil War Refiners' Profit Now Curtailed. Sugar la idling today throughout America it from 8tt to 0 centa n pound to tbo consumer, oven though there li n world shortage which has reduced thla natloii'a augur allotment to TO wr rent, of normal. Tlirouitli the effort of tlic Untied Htalea (immI administration the sugar market baa been regulated na far na Ilia produrcr, refiner utid wholesaler la concernnl. Tlio food administration lioi no power to rrgulnto retail prlcea except by pulillc opinion, liven though more tlian fftOOO tona of sugor hove been shlptied to France In tho last four tnoiilln Hie retnll grocer' sugar price la nmuml 8 to & renin. He should aell thla sugar ot R'i to n rent, the fond administration believe, nml naka the Amerlrnn housewife to pay no mora llinn thla amount. Lost Attcimt when...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 February 1918

THE C'GLUMUUH COUmKIt Notice for Publication Imatl.-r under favorable ronshli'ra Itnm. A ureal llftht Ii now Ix'tim Department of the Interior, "vi;;:.;; . Land Olllce, Las Cruccs, N. , h mt f(,nr ,,,,., linJ inn'")" the War Having I'lnii provides 'Mnry urown, widow 01 iVinn- pmiHisiunn mm n nm- an opportunity for tlio Individual l. om ijroWn, deceased, of Colum- "i ..mlllnlf..iml l.m and a lly In , ..,.,. i II,.. iw..; .,.riiv ...'lUia. made homestead entry .m. ,., r lUt, r.-maintuii slab will Till: C 0 1. U Mill's 0 0 1' P. 1 Kit mothers ond children to make sacrl-j L .in flees and to render servUo which Published Kvery Friday w'H measure up In imortanco In Established In 1000 that being rendered by our brave i: i.; Kdllor ..it- 1...1. ik. .. M... nlinr r.M., January -J.J, 1918 1,,,.,. ntm Mlhtorfuiic by Intro - -t,Cr country. With this importun- Notice Is hereby given that r,,u-uw a bill proimslnii n referendum One Ywr . tix Mimlln 'Ihrc Months Uiilivirliilliiii urp tmwthlr Mrlrl...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 February 1918

i-ie-iB Dlnmbn .Vol. VII. Cekata, Uu Cewtty, New Mtiko, Febmry IS, 1918 No. 35 THRIFT STAMP CAMPAIGN GEOLOGIST GIVES COLUMBUS MMIfl DESIGNATED UNDER NEXT (Jl'OTA IS GOING TO FIRST LESSON ON THE WAU DE.MI.NG TAKES IT 18 OF VITAL IMPORTANCE FIKI.I1 BIG BOOST BIO-ACHE HOMESTEAD A(rT CAMP FEIIHl'ARV 2nitD RY GOVERNOR LINDSCV VERY SCIIIOl :. u. Hughes WW flonfief Dack of all llio work of the cam paign for war savings, being con ducted throughout New Mexico and tho United Btitci, la tlio deslro In convert a spendthrift nation Into a nation of thrift and saving. The workers engaged in thla campaign nre, therefore, performing not only n patriotic .duly but aro sowing seeds of thrift that in years to coma will yield a golden harvest. 'I ho average business man is much inclined (o undcr-value tlm penny, and oven tlm twenty-live-cent piece. It lit the big things (hat appeal more strongly to all. To sell n 25-ccnt thrift stamp seems small, but that the results aro of vital Importance Is evidenc...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 February 1918

tub colum nua couimku WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Ftvt Jlmmls and Germsn Boy Clash Mult Do Three Things to Sava Country. It was a warm evening, to Uncle Dan went mil to a lawn scat uudrr tha (Treading branches of the great tree that suggested the fnrm'e-nsme of Oak 31111. llllllo nmt Jlmmle had been lay Ins for lilm, so Uncle Dan was cap tured tiy the hoys on abort .order. "Say. Uncle Dan." Illllle began. "We hail n red-hot argument at school yen tertlay with Carl Newman. Carl aald that Oerman schools were mile ahead of our schools and that no one could come up to the eilucntcd Oerman. Well, Jlmmlr cot hot under the collar and handed It 'jaek tn him good and plenty. Jlmmle mild If IhHr rduratlon taught them tn tnrpeilo I.uidtnnlas, sink ho pltal sWps. murder hundred! of wom en ami children, make slaves of the Ib'lgtann, polon well, destroy fruit trees and commit all aorta of crime, then we did not want that kind of ediicntloti here. What do you think about It. t'nele DanJ I told J...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 February 1918

i-irrs on i'hivatk nixivicitv A. I). Frost, uiir biggest hardware, furniture nml rjig store. ntiininrcji Hie csinhiisumcni or a private (lo ll very service for the convenience of customer, which may ho cnllcd Into piny nl any llmo by ringing 'plump ,S'n. 3. There lit no limit to llio sen Ice, nml customers nro In vltccl to make their wants known- wltelher they nro in need of n lack hammer of a kilcheti rntme. This progressive store is now four years old, nml lias Increased lis llcor cpaco from the original I.V.VJ siunrn feet to I, i!5 sipinro feet, the stnrn.pow liultiK four times at big as it was In the beginning. This store enjoys n large inttall- menl Imsiness in ndddition to Its cnah trade, and has the. distinction of lieiiiK thn first' liarilwnre-furnl-liiri) store In offer its pulroiui Ihu ndvuntnge of the easy pn)luent plan of buying furniture. Us slogan is "Ounllly, Service, , rtallsfaction, nml the ImiUKurnlloii nf the delivery service Is uxpectrd to emphasize, the Intter 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. — 15 February 1918

TIIH COMJMIIUti L'OUiuKIt the coLUMnus coi'iiir.n Published Every Friday KMahUhcd In 1000 15. K. I'nrki Editor rU'llSUIIII'TION IIATKS One Yir I.B0 Six Mtttitto .75 Tlirw .Mmttti U) SiiIim i IiIIcmis nrc pnynlilr Mrirlly In uilwiiirr imil will In dlM-nnllmird iniiiiill ill rilrnllnn. Ad-Hi -nmiU wilt tx xcf itnl mil i Ml thf ml of ttc f milium i m-Ii iwrh lifrtiim. UwhI lwillce litr fr Mite tHrllHt. I.eitol mtvwil'HiwMlji nt rnt. KMwl M th' potMHf nt ( limit tin. ,rw Mi'Xleii m cowl el i mil uwllor. It I MuqMM itU ut tilt flrt li.iw n InmMt viT In Arlumn (In1 f Xk Mcir put liwivy luriMi mIimi Oh HHitliwtni Kir- 'i' Mtd ni ll nMlrwufe. t vrit i n hhmv iiiiIimmNimm of I. W. W. i ...iiirtf n N' Mrxko town. Til I'.-iiff i simtiit thai .Now Miviru run hullicr InNiMta unuuvli of Iit huh. uihI llHl AHmhki sltmild ! mailt tn I muNi Mr imti Intor Inmlilrs. . An effort hmilil Ik mmli1 lo mirt tin1 coiwlnii'IMtfi if tHirderland i.miU' fiin to wIhk lurmvh (inlumbu. All mules rani. 111 tM wmilil...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 February 1918

1-12-18 EVERY TRUE AMERICAN WANTS TO SEE THE GERMAN ARMY CRUSHED. HELP DO If BY BUYING WAR. SAVINGS STAMPS imfief yti. vii. CetaaUi, Una Cewrfy, New Mexta, Fckwy 22, 1918 No. 3G C. II. Hughes MII.O, KAFIR AND KETEHITA DEVELOPED BY WAll INTO MONEY CHOI'S OK STATE Nerd for. Wheal" Substitutes Brlnn Higher Tlian Indian Corn I'rlre of Grains That Wrnl Hrpglnp Few Years Aoo. Sunt Fe, N. M, I'M.. S&-The sil ver llnlnK to tho food shortage war cloud In New Mexico ii Hio foci that tho search for wheat flour substi tute! hat dcvrlnpcd into big money crops and popular foods three cereals that ten years ago were curiosities and regarded 111 only for stock feed. These are mllo maize, kaflr corn and fetcrlla. Under (tress of war New Mexico has learned that those great droiigh rcslstnuts, which rnn he grown practically anywhere In tho stale, are splendid for human food; mills arc grinding Ilium, consumers are smacking their lips over them and New Mexico has a tremendous op imrtunlty to nave 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. — 22 February 1918

wnzi THE C0MJMUU8 COUiuBU hi TIIK OOLUMHUS COUHM.lt l'tibllshcd Kvery Friday Katabllshril in IIW (i. I- Park-. lCilllor Sl'liyCUII'TIO.N IIATK Ono Year . IIAO Blx Month 75 Three Months to tubrrlitlims are payable Mrlrlly In ailiunrr mill will lie illM-uitllnurit promptly Mt expiration. Advertisements will be accepted on ly ill the rnto of 20c per column Inch each Insertion. I.nciil notices l(V per Him eanh Insertion. Iejial ndverllseiueul nt legal ratrs. Entered at Ihf nUillle nt Oo luuilius. New Mexico as second class mull mailer. ii. it. holt, or cot'nsi: TImhihis IVetitim t'-alnm It n dig mMH. Imt I if i ml blc cimhiiiIi to wfHt Ihf nple nf Hit state fnini IU Mm that llm tsMilherii half I iww mlllld In n I'fllled Slnte sen atr. Cntntn should take Into coti atdntltl Hie fact Hint one Fulled Uitt Kotmlor I ii reldeitt of n tmvM n little more 1 1 hi n lift)' tulle n the pmv Met from huiita IV. and llw Mpwienee of Hi' Mate with III' peNt trial furnished us by Smilii IV l mi mmIi h In...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 February 1918

THE COtUMBUH COURlKlt THE Wll.l. TO BlillVn lly Thoinnn Aildlsun, of the Vigilantes. Not every man may carry o Rim. Klao I would liu carryink one; Yd, please God, for the. Flag uf Hie Krco I will do my licut ns II mines to mi. Anil whether with hand, ur vnlcn nf cheer, Whether II coils mn little or dear, Whatever tlio Insk, may It only In Within the streiiRth that is given mo. 1 Not every man may carry n gun, Hut for those who" stay there is work to he done. God help me II ml to my hand some deed i That I may do for my country's need, If only to yield a spade tir n hoe, To smooth tho woy of those who go: For whether we go, or whether we sUiy, It's the will to smr that shall win tiio day. FOH SALE: Sovcrnl lined In. cubators, different sizes. In quiro at tho Courier ofllcc. t WANTED TO RENT: Twr or three room ndobo house. Address Box 313. ti Let him do It. Hons" palntlnc nil naperlliR. titinlnir. mnf nninlinc und vnrnlslilng.-Karl Moore. Hp Personals and Locals Miss McAulley slsler o...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 February 1918

tub cuLtfMmia counifcii i MM Kt'KI'IAII LAWS TO I.NUIKASK hBA FOODS New Mesicn, Is much interested til an 0livuiH-n1 plan nf tlir I S. Food aihioniMralioii t iiiresie (lie sup- Nollce for Publication Department c' Hi - i-iutor. I'. IS Und Ofllee, Us Cruces, N. .M. t'lb- ruary-fl, 1018. Notice I hereby given that Frrjik II VVallara nf (iliiml.n. V M ntin iHit-n ..f a IihhU emanatuiK fnun' .. .,m i. i .i..i the imif of Mon there has lfiii,re v nTiu? t,'ii. i i -u. Mary M. Brown, widow of Mah r - ii-ianital hirlaan in m food1,, Itc m, tWp. 28 , r 8 w, mid lorn Brown, d-ceascd, of Colum-suppli-. and a mu.li idcriN 'on j.nuary 13. 1915. made additional bus, N. M. wlio on September IB, Notice fot Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, Las Cruces, N. :M January 23, 1918. Notice is hereby given that """""'', homestead entry o. OlW) for nwn 1953 mntjc homcbtead entry No. e..,d.a.,iri.y lb fart that the , , ffl r 8 w N. M. . . , .5 . gulf n.er.e. lvr bem much re- Ur,dlan. ...

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 March 1918

0. II. Hushe J-IMS I EVERY TRUE AMERICAN WANTS TO SEE THE GERMAN ARMY CRUSHED. HELP DO IT BY BUYING WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Vol. VII. Colunbui, Luna Coanly, New Mexico, March 1, 1918 No. 37 OAI'TAIN MOLINAHI FA I I.F.I OBSKHVK TIIK 8KCOM) It. II. CASK KII.I.F.D'IIV I IIIM IIIIMII Vi:iH)l(i MKKT 8ATLTIIIAY TO CAPTAIN HliNKCS (ilVliN TO PASS EXAMINATION I ANNIVF.HSA11V OK HAM ins win: in savi a it: w as iik; atthaction aiiiianci: pitoartAM 23 visits i. the pun ffje iolnmlmf uuraner Captain T. J. Mnllnnrl, wliu wns commissioned cnplnln of din New Mexico National (lunnl In lull mid served nl tlm border, Inter ol Allnw qucrquo anil tlii'ii nl Camp Kearney, lias railed In pass Ihellnal physical examination, it la said, anil Is coin ing dark to .New Mexico, Officers who served with lilm in the guard as a stole anil later as a federal or--gnnlintlnn, In appreciation of the captain's many flno iiuallties, gnve a banquet In his honor at lliu (irnnt hotel In B.i u Dhgo. He will kd t Portales, where...

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. — 1 March 1918

TlIK CoLUMnDS couniKU Till: COLUMBUS COUU1EK Published Kvcry Friday Established In IIW9 Editor (i. E. I'ark .. StHSUIIPTION HATES One Year l Six Moulin .7S Three Months 0 Sulwrlill"ii hit poynhV strictly In iidtnm-r mill will be discontinued promptly mI nplrallon. Advertisements will be accepted on ly at the rate of SOc per rolimin Hull well Insertion. Local notices l(V per line each insertion. Legal advertisements at Ii-koI rales. Entered at ttio postoflle al Co bunion, New Mexico us second class matt niottw. m m IM tmlti nlhers as you would have Ihmi do tmtit m. -Christ Hope to nn vufi of which one may pet the ywlk. another the white, and h Ihnl the shell. Danish Proverb The bwsue of a wise man uelh VnowlMlne arinht; hut the month of mil Mir-lli ihiI foolishness. -Ktnp NitUMHM oke. all Swhswi has suitneslrd ii smo i IWJ. II n tttnm riippi'-iiini, nn iirlil. hut who the Sam Hill wants hy1 I he Vlllaue lection is drawing nr. l thirty days away. Per Iihw there will he a wood crop of ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 March 1918

THE COLUMBUS COUIltEll ferwials h3 'Locals II, CTolley Va Vibllor hero (till week t rom El Paso. M. D. Schneider, of Albuquerque, U In Columbus thin rcek on bull nc. Max Havel, nephew of Bam Havel, ' has been slopping at llio Clark hotel for the past fnw days. II. 0. Traeey.'tlerk In the remount ' station at Camp Cody, spent Sunday with his family at this fclari. Two cars of visitors from Camp Cody were guests at the Clark hotel this week. The Ilaptlst Ladles' Auxiliary held IU usual business meeting at 'Iho Itaptisl churclt Thursday. Mrs. John Oxenford. of Lake City, Iowa, Is Visiting- tills week Willi her son, who Is In' tho camp- hospital. Captain Sharp, camp Inspector; Captain Hugh Mltchcl and Llcu 'tenant K. M. Ficheut, came down 'from Ilachlta Tuesday to spend a few days at this plaeo. 0. A. Monlgomeryand famTly, of Bault St. Marie, Ontario, Canada, and Mrs. Woods, of Milwaukee, are hero visiting with Lieutenant Woods this week. J. II. McLaughlin, of Doming, who is n represent...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 March 1918

run coi.i'Mnijfl coi'iuun Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U S. Land Ollko, Ias Cruccs, N. IXKCTION MOCI.AMATION Notice for llibllcatloii III areordsuce with Ilia law of i Department of the Interior, U. K. the slate of New Mexico providing !,and Offlce, Las Graces, N. M, Feb for the election of village trustee ruary 0. 1018. and ntlur nltlcer for Ilic village of, .Notice is hereby given that Frank jt January 23, 1918. Ctdumhiu, notice in hereby given , Wallace of Columbus, N. M, who Notice is hereby given that IlKit Ihere shall be held on Tues- on February I, 1013, made homestead , n, ...i,inv.. nf tnt. .Uy. April twl. I-JIH. an election for entry n. 07017 for lots 3 and r. eV, Mary M. Brown, widow of Man ii, n iMt,uw of electing the follow- .wi. in in-n. m r. 8 w.. mid lm Drawn, deceased, or Loliim- lug omew: on January t3. 1015. made additional bus. N. M. who on September 15, One nra)r. to serve for a term of homestead entry No. 010050 for nw 1913, made homestead...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 March 1918

1-12-10 c. n. HuguCl ionfirf Vol. VII. Columbui, Luna Coanty, New Mexico, March 8, 1918 No. 38 i:nlir ii. a COJIl'I.KTK NKYV I'OWEII DKNVKH OEOI.OHIRr I J. II. III.AIII ANMIINCICS lOUC.IIII l:. JACK CANDIDA ll. illA.AAH 10 IllllUri' A 1'I.ANT IOII COl.L'MIIUS IICIIU HI I.NVI-SI ir.ATKI l(IU CUV MAYOH tAIIIlill IS lll", FOII VI1.I.ACI; TIIIJSIlIi: I.AIHii; IIIIICK IlLII.IIINti mt Will He IIIITrrrtil Location ami Will Have Conlhitimu Cunrnl llir I'rrsenl I'lanl li Oul-ortmn. The Columbus lllcelrlc I.IkIiI and Power Company has purchased nn enllrc, new equipment which will furiilih light ami power for Colum huii and Camp Furlong day und night. Thn new plnul will ho of sulllrlenl site to furnish much more "Juice" tjjau Is now needed, but the management Is llguring upon the needs of the future. The new plant will he located at aoiiie H)lnl different than the pres ent one, himIIiI)' near the railroad "trucks where fuel can he unloaded at decreased coils, 'lhe exact spot Is yet to he deter...

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