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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 April 1918

I THE COLUMDUS COUUIEIt the coi,imnus oouuiKit I'ubliihed Every Friday Eilabllthed In 1000 ... Kdllnr (!. I'm I'arks SUIISC.IUPTION 11ATH3 Ono Ycnr 81.50 Six Monihi .75 Tlirco Month - 10 Subscription arr payable strictly In odvanre ami will bo discontinued promptly ul expiration, Advertisement will bo accepted on ly nt Iho rale of 20V per column inch each Insertion. I.ocnl notice 10c por lino each Insertion. Legal advertisements wt legal rates. loitered nt Iho postoftlo al Go lumhtts, New Mexico as second elaif moll mailer. It I' Y I, I II i: It T Y II 0 N II S moiik or IT The Slher tyty Knlerprlsc one of n lillle ruterlo of .New Mexico lle-puhlti-nii papnr that has khikIiI lo HDum nil Kilrtntlm with dtllrs--lenmincr the 'talc fiml ndimnt Iralur for intetilmtMll) appointing mo alien enetu In n i-itln In I he 1-hhI ndniitihdrulnm I'll Knlerprte. of roume, know IImI iH wh charge wait ever made lie entire incident whs given full .ntiii. in the Alhuiuerue rxi Mxvn as Ihe alien enemy' li...

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. — 12 April 1918

THE COLUMHUS COURIER 1 LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE. EVERY month wo make enough Lucky Strike Cigarettes to reach, end to end, from New York to China, -.the long way Mound. That's 15,000,000 A DAY Regular men like the Lucky Striko Cigaretto good, solid' Kentucky Burlcy tobacco, fine for a cigaretto because IT'S TOASTED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. K(!(!8 for tiatcliinu: Iiit-o lilood Ithcdo Island lti'd mitt pure blood Ilhodn Islnnii Willi". -II pjr.doxcn. -J. II. UIMII. II Wnnled: Yniinn Indy In tciirri'lft operate llitutyp. Tim Courier. If you havo nmlliiim lu ncll ur want to liuy try Mils coliuiin. Rent n word n vvfk. How dull It your butcher knife and household ilienrs't The "Plx-ll Shop sharpen lli'm. Up I'Ull BAI.K Oil llliNT-Cohl drink stand mill nil llxlurt. I.lvlim mom In rear. NfHid door cast of Ilia Courier. Hee Juilgu Colo. Hp The -llx-lt then Him vwyllilng and sharpens cut thing, lie lST C.M.I- lime Hld your poll lax? Ilecehal nt t efllco ol J. A. Moore. Ilr roil fil,llt Olher 1...

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. — 12 April 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER Will You HELP Bring Back The Boys of This Community? car y , Our boys, the boys from this town .and this county and this state, are fighting the Huns. They are in the trenches in France, they are sailing the U-boat-infested seas, they arc going "over the top" in the face of German cannon and machine gun fire. Many, many more of our boys are now training and will soon be in France, and more are yet to be called. Will you help to provide them with the things they need,-with clothes and food and munitions, that they may complete as quickly as possible the terrible task assigned. to them? Will you support our boys while they are fighting for us, fighting the German autocracy that seeks to destroy our ideals of liberty and justice? And, remember, these are our boys; those who are near and dear to us. They are doing their ALL. They are giving their ALL. They are prepared to make the extreme sacrifice that our homes, our town, our nation, may escape the ravages of the ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 April 1918

C0I.UMIKJ8 aWM &VKR TOKj.T(H BAMLV IN WEEK Rnttmbus subscribed Ittr qiila of Liberty ltonils early In the week will I dins gono xvcll ovor llio mark wllfi prospect of doubling .her (tmtn The name of Uto subscrib ers Jjclnvv havn taken bond, to llio amount of IC!,rim, Only I bono who have paid for their bonds, or mtiiln n payment on I hem ore titled here. Tho oilier subscribers' name will lie printed soon a they are given in from tbe Columbus Stale Hank. 'llio list Ik'Iow was turned In In tho Courier fnmi llio bank. Any one who mites die ntnlsslnn of their name will please call our attention to the furl, though, ynur name will not be turned In by Ibe bank until you have mado a paymfnl on your bond. Dr. T. II. Dabnry llarry.O. Tracy W. F. Murphy A. II. Carter .Mrit. II. W. Elliott G. E. Jack W 0. J. Wilkinson Mijl. (1. .1, Wilkinson John KjiCoIbou i ijQowglH . ,I..F)Sfnenle Mm.. Sinner M. Dean (I. A. Ijiwrcncu O.lloese. W. F. Kin Frank W. Calleti a1!, MeAutcy '1 be' Puehi Bros. Co...

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. — 19 April 1918

THE COLUMBUS OOUMKll taa'ajaaapaaaaM ' "BtVm SILKS FOR TAILORED GARMENTS. Sltk It taking a new position In the .ealm of tailored garments. Weavers of It realise that the time U at hand when It matt be depended on to make ep for the scarcity of wool and they are turning out substantial and atnart looking new fabric for atrret and rporta wear. These are heavy and loath In texture, brilliant In surface and sturdy In wearing qualities. New fabrics are an tajplrstloa for new modes; designers discover posslblll ties In them and the tailored salt. In silk, of the Immediate future fltls us with pleasant anticipations. We look forward to exquisitely tailored clothe! made of eiqolslte materials, less pro sale than the refutation wool salt and equally refined and dependable. The tailored suit shown In tho picture employs a familiar silk for a formal and strictly tailored coat and skirt It Is of handsome moire effective In al most any color with coat cleverly cut and baring a double skirt at 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. — 19 April 1918

TJM COLUMBUS OOURIM 6AAAA A a A AAA A Bird in (petel Information Bsnrle, United BUtn Dspartmsnt of AgTleultUNk) BAKED FEED GIVES CHICKS A HOOD START A Serttnid Fitdlng Pin Through Which tht Chick Csn Run Will Kttp Oldn Fowl Awsy t Fssdlng Tlmt. BEST FOODS FOR YOUNG CHICKENS Begin Feeding Any Time After Youngsters, Arc 36 to 48 Hours Old. BAKED JOHNfJYCAKE IS GOOD Put tho "drew" In Young Fowls by Giving Drsad Crumbs and Rolled Oata Mixture Five Tims Dally Also Qtvo Milk. Glvo tho young chicks a good start In llfo by feeding carefully prepared, nourishing food. Feeding should begin any time after they ore thirty-alz to forty-eight hour old, whether they aro with tho hen or In a brooder, and for Uio tint month or two they may bo given food a often a flvo time a day. Ilaked Johnuycaka composed of the following Ingredient In the propor tion named 1 a very good feed for young chick : One doxen. Infertile eggs or ono pound of sifted beef scrap to ten pounds of corn meal; add enough milk to...

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. — 19 April 1918

THE C0MJAMU3 COURlEIl M 1 -! I I You are asked to spend wiscfy to buy only the titngs honestly needed to main tain your health and efficiency. This is intelligent thrift. The Government asks it of you as a war measure : : A CONVERSATION Between Mr, Doubtful and Mr. Right Mr. Doubtful: "I don't bco how I can buy any more Liberty ISondn. I bought all I could last (all. I'm not a rich man and I don't think it's fair or ji.'st to expect me to do anything more than I have done." Mr. Right: "Let's sec your next door neighbor's boy enlisted, didn't he?" Mr. Doubtful: "Yes, he's over in France now. Mighty fine, stalwart boy, that!" Mr. Right: "Exactly, and some day that splendid boy, the pride of his par cuts' hearts, may go 'over the top' in n gal lant charge, stop a German bullet, and Tall in the mud and debris of No Mun's Lund. Isn't that asking too much of him, and of his family? Is that 'fair?' Is that 'just?'" Mr. Doubtful: "Why, it's awful, of course, but it can't be hclncd. This is ...

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. — 19 April 1918

THIS (mUMKUS COURIER LIKE BACON YOU know how cooking brings out all tho rich i.- pungent flavor of bacon there's nothing that taste3 bettor. Bat you wouldn't like - it raw. , IT'S TOASTED So wc lonat tho Burloy tobacco " used in LUCKY STRIKE Cign- " rcttca for exnetly tho same roason to brinu out tho rich, solid flavor. ZQunrantced by Bat 'Em Out From the Columbus Drug Co. BASEBALL Season is fast approach ing. Wc have a line of Bulls, Bats, Gloves, Etc., that will make 'em (.11 set up-and take notice GiOc Us Your Order for Any Sort of ATHLETIC GOODS DR V GSS TATINOERY Golyniiiys Drug Company K. W. ELLIOTT, Manager. IIBW dull U vniip Imlclicr knlfi and hoipwlinld shear? The "Plx-tl Shop sharpens litem. 41c CLASSIFIED ADYERTISCMCMTS. F.0U8 for ImlchlngMMirJl IiKkjiJ llhodo Island lied and ptlre liltxxl Jlhorto l&Janil Whiter, ei'p'-T down. J. II: DI.MIl. tf Wnnlrd: -otittg Indy lo leant to operate. lltmlye.-Tlie Courier. If rati Imvn anything lo sell m want lo buy Iry (hi column. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 April 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER UNCl 5ir) TAK65 STOCK SCt H HAM for the flrat tltui i the hltory of the Unltrd State has taken etnek of tin' tin tlnnal larder A mon ster inventory ha liven mnl. of all food re pnurrc In the United 8iuit'. and now t'nrlc ,i fair wuy tn know what food atiHk h.; bus hand to last over itstll next u"H' "ft" eowo bow rauch food h can spare for tho alllw. and how sparingly he should make use of ltat lumw. I'nilar art of iiSKMII approved by the president August It. 11417. the secretary trf ifrtfcwlttir waa authorised to Investigate ami ascertain the tie- ( wand for. the supply, consumption, cost nnd price of. ami the Pas c facia relating to the ownership. production transportation, manufacture, storage am! distribution of food., food mate- naia anu any ariivirn n-u,wuv m i.'.. nectlon with the production. dlstrtu tton or uttlliatlon of food. An nppror prtatlon waa eranled for the surrey, nnd within n week after the bill bad been stcned by the president schedule wcr In ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 April 1918

two oolumiuc ooumie Ow Part it Feedii the Ntfn W41 IsrformaUon Service, United Btataa litrartratnt of jafrlcoltsrs.) IF WOMEN SHOULD BE NEEDED IN FARM WORK Mil Kitfllsh Wom.n Learning How to Uj Dairy Work Should Thiy Be Niedid to Replace Man and Boys, WOMEN WORKERS NEED TRAINING Essential Points Given for Con sideration by Department of Agriculture. URGE CAUTION IN PREPARING Voluntas Should Bo Orgtnlxid In UnlU and Provlilon Mdo for Thslr Own Living Quarters Matron p for Each Unit. PRELIMINARY TRAINING If It becomes necessary In caso of an acute farm labor stringency to accept woman vol unteers for farming operation other than tba lighter onea to which they aro accustomed, somo eort of preliminary training will b necessary to ntlllto the largo data of woman Tolnnteera from the dtlei who are unfamiliar with farm work. This artlclo polnta out aoma suggestions and precaution! that shonld be tak en Into conildcratlon In prepar ing women fqr these tasks. The auggettloni given here hare b...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 April 1918

THE C0LUMBU3 COURIER ALLIES KMAND MORECEREALS kmem Mat Reslrlelkm Re taxed to Effect Qreattc Wheat Sarin. ARGENTINE ARRIVALS SHORT. Mat Supply Hsr Conaldarably Bn Urged Food Administration, Hewavtr, Warn Against Waste, - Ttt aUiei bav mad further and Increased dtmands (or breadstuffa, th-we enlarged dtmanda being caused to M-tn degree by shortage In arrivals from th Argentina, It Is, therefore, necessary fur ttia V. 8. food Adrolnle trallon to arc a still further reduction lo tlx consumption of brrad and bread aiulTa generally If w r to meet oar etport neecssltle. Th Kood Admin Ittratlon baa laaued a statement ex plaining th situation In detail, partly ularly th reasons which lead It, for the purpose of centering effort for the time being upon the cereal situation to relax temporarily the restrictions on meat ronsumpllpn. Kxperlence shows, tbta statement eaye, thai the consumption of breed- stnrfs I Intimately associated with the consumption of meat. For various reasons our supplies...

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 April 1918

'$4 ' V' J; UmbUm, 1mm rW Hoi, April X, Hit No. 45 ? WILL-OMDtVE ' LMITt DAT Ma, After Wei Ufcertr Loan Kg'WIl We KrtwIaCllie r IW WHrr. Columbus will patrtollrhlly ob serve Liberty. Day as proclaimed in n proclainallon Issued liy Ilie presi dent. Tho program for llio clay will lio found In anoUior coliiniu of thin Issue of tlio Courier. Frank Callcn. Jack lmilon and William Klein conceived llio Idea of a pntrlollo demonstration after rradlug llio proclamation, and, after conferring Willi Mayor T. II. Dahney talked tin- mMler lu'll. ii'4 men In town. "d ovtuiic wU In sympathy ' villi lit mivriiient ami agreed In rime Ihet. places of busi ness at noon. 'fbey conferred with Colonel Wilson Cliasc, commanding officer at Camp Furlong, who thought tlio plan an uxrcllcnl one, and readily offered hi assistance in very way mssI1!c. A Columbus has ovrr-sulwrrjlied Iter quota of the Third Liberty U)an on thin day her honor Han wilt he mined over llio postofllce. The fed eral reserve hank wired...

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 April 1918

Tin WLvmxm couxntx "2& (Copntoki. MM. fcy i awOHw FOR MOTOR AND GENERAL WEAR Coats (or general wear It almoat goes without laying should b weatb trproof ; but weatherproof garments have to be that and much mora to tneet the arproTal or the sophisticated woman of today. She require crisp style and substantial quality In them and checrfnt colon. Two rainproof coat! that declare thtmaelTea read to meet the moat critical eye are pictured abort. The only departure they make from the ml fa that govern In the acaaon'a coat atjles, appear In the matter of length. Nearly all coata are aereral Inches ahortcr than the frock worn under them, but the rainproof coat la prlv lleced to be an loch or ao longer. The coat at the left la a smart ex ample of the military style and Both tsf will be qulto so appropriate for a coat for all weathers. It has big patch pockets on body and skirt, a convert' able collar and narrow, looae belt of the fabric. It fastens with a fly, to the left of the front an...

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 April 1918

OOlPMlUg 0OUMM WAT NEED FOR HOME m MORE WORK Horn Feed Ptoti Like These Help Table and Poekslbeok Thy Help Na. tlsn, Too. "The obligation of every man, woman and child out of uniform to help feed hlraelf trill be greater In 1D1S than In 101T. Thtreforo tho homo. Burdening and canning activities of lait year roust be repeated." Thl la tho message of tho United State Department of Agriculture to every family. Tuoao who cannot pro duce, can conacrvo and aaro food. 'There must be" no backsliding among experienced gardeners; they mutt re peat their contribution of food. Ab sence of novelty mutt not deter thoi who tried gardening for the flnt time In 1017 from capltalUIng their lucres ed knowledge and skill. Those with experience must make every seed count -to get satisfactory retume from their work with hoo. rake and watering can. There must be no slacking off. Gar dening Is everybody's business, but In 1018 everyone mast attend to that busi ness. And now a word of caution. Don't try to ...

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 April 1918

THE COLOMHUS COUH1ER THK COLUMBUS COUKIHK .Published Kvery, Friday Established in IVUU (!. Im Parks Ktltlor Bi'iiscini'TioN uatks Ono Year JI.&0 8ii Month .75 Thrco Months - 0 KiitMcrlnltons are navnblo strictly In advance ami will be discontinued promptly at xplrallon. Advertisements wilt be accepted on ljr at tho rata of COo per column Inch each Insertion. Iakk notice too per lino each Insertion Legal auvcrnsc,memii hi irgai ruies. Entered nl the postolllo at Co luinbus, New Mexico as fecund class mall matter. DIXIE BREAD WHY AUK WK I KillTIM; il'rom n fpn-cli Hun. I'alrlrk II Kellcy. of Michigan, attended into "The Hecord' by Hun. II. Ujrile Kelly, of l'ennylvnnln.) Cune iteople who would rather Imve Ibis country a province than n free rnnnlry stand around on our Miwl comers hiiiI ink the question ' I'nr what are wo llghtlngf" We lire Ughllng so that the I'ullnl Klntnn tbnll not Ihvoiiic nnolher ravished Illinium. We an- lighting so that no country ran ever nra In repudiate e...

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. — 26 April 1918

TMt C6LUMHJS COURIER GKTTIMJ VAMJK IIW. v oi- cats m mtm - I'liwii am csllmnlnl to lw IWWl tw'nntl a Ilka numlwr of cnU In Js'ew Mcsxlco, a raljiiul a dog U roeh fiiur pvOpTc. Probably Mjm f II"' tlog-j Imvo " vpIuo a watch dona of nno fori or another. Tho ullicr 60,000 liavo pracllcally no economic value. Of iho cats number that pay 'fop tlirlr keep li vrry small, so wis ihay rrgard llirm as almost lOO.ono sources of wnste. Oats tiiat " arc fed will hunt very llllloi cat .. that are not fed, a a rule, kill more . bfiicilclal birds than injurious ro ' denU; o they are worse than waste, lliey arn an actual detriment. Cat ore worse destrvyara of birds than nro hawks. Hat and mouse control nhonl Kranarlcs and mills slioulil Im biited on'prcvcntlou of the mlranco of Iho rodents. Actual killing of such roibiils may usually Imj donn morn efllrlenlly anil wllh less Hunt pxpenso by means other than rin pjpyment of cats. However, cats "aiwui such placrs come moro closo- ly than any others tn...

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. — 26 April 1918

V THE COLUMBUS OOURIKR Demand Ibr "War Nur 5rinds Probfen 1 Public Must Aid bu Re leasing Trained Workers for Armu Service HE (HtOWINO demand for nurset for rxi I'X wrripn wiwi me American nroiy i A I W creating a problem which eventually Vj I jjj. mint be solved by Ihc civilian papula- Every city ami town In Hie country l anWlMl lir th linlxmllnll mil far nurses, for upon every community r ' ""fr0 ret" ,ne responsibility relent- Inc it many nurses na possible for military service and adapting lUelf to the new war time cnmlltliint which nro bouud to follow. The country hat shown determination that lit soldiers nml tailors thall have pro;cr care, dc claret Miss Jono .. Delano, director nf the depart ment of nursing of the American lied Crou. Mlu Delaio hat been responsible for tho organization of t'o great war nurtlug icrrlce of tha lied Crou. "The calta mad upon the Ited Croat mining ten I co by tbt government liars been met up to thtt time," aatd Mitt Delano. In discussing tbt crow...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 April 1918

not ooitmipf ooroin fNTTO 'HaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBWi. .aftLaaaUaafi I T mm .snaaa Th Roman Frum Cld In'Snew. Imperial noma clothed Id ermine waa th vlalonlh Tanlablng 7 far of 1017 tare to a surprised popu lac. Th Eternal city mantled In anow wa th unusual and almoit unheard of apectael which erected th Roman on th morning after Chrtat mas, wrltra Alice Iloh la th. Kanaaa city star. Thoa who wok to flkd th city chaatened with Ita whit Teetmente, lying peaceful and mysterious, felt th pell if th unoiual and wondered If It conli bo a sign of peace. Winterer prlrate emotlona surged through an aatonlahed people, th an cient chronicler announced that for th first time In thirty year a heary anow storm had deacended upon Home. Ther are thot who record tnor re cent anow, but not of a almllar heary fall. And anowatorma In Home, gen erally occur la January or February. Thli time for three daya anow fell upon th ateeplng city and then dlaan peared with tba inn' ray at noon. Not only the people ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 April 1918

THfc 8TAKS AND fHWrKS (Acl of February 20, IlKOj Section 5: ("hat mi marts by Which the goods of tlio owner of tho mark may to distinguished from other goods of tlio samo class shall tjD refused registration as a trade mark on account of tlio nature of Mich mnrk unless, sucti mark con sists of or comprises tho flag or coat of arms or other Insignia of the United States, or any state or mu nicipality, or of any foreign nation. Tim abovo l tho only law which has lecn passed by congress In re gard to the use of tho American Hag, and In hi Is only In connection with trademarks. The Amcrlran KlfciJ. (Passed March ti, llsO.) r Mrxlro Stale Law In Itrmird to Section IHIi: The use of tin American Hag In this stato Is pro hibited for any other than the pur Mi$t for willed It was designed h the congress of the I tilled Slate nnd ns an emblem of our common rountry, to be used and displayed in a seemly and decorous manner in public or private place. And any person who shall by wurd or art offer...

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. — 3 May 1918

i-ta-io ft l, lll(JS Y-H..VM. CoIumW, Lmm CMty, Kw Mexkt, May 3, ltll e. 46 (Jonftrf LIMKrlT V BAY ITTTLNULY OtlSI'rlVKD Willi I'HOC.HAYt I.ust Frldny, which had been designated a l.llMTly Day ly tlic pnjiiiilMit, was fittingly obscrvrd In (Julifinbtn, l'ronii(ly nt noon all ImilncM houses In town dotal. It was1 not go rmich.llic program, though it was very, very good, wlilcli initio tins cITorls of the committee rctonslblo for it n success, lint It was tlio spirit of the people, both ntllllary and civilian. "Al 1SW o'clock tlio Twenty-fourth Infantry Hand, a battalion of the Twenty-fourth Infantry, the school cfilufrcn and several automobiles loaded to their rnpnclly left tlm school bulldiiiK and marched (u tlio band stand. Tlm band played pa triotic music, and tlio infantry added voonl music, which was very much rnJoxfd. Arriving at the baud stand, IJr. T. II. Dahney, mayor, look cliarec. Colonel -Wilson Chase, command ing ojlfcer nt Camp Furlong, was Intmduced as the llrsl speake...

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