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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 3 May 1918

Helping the Heat tSptclil Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture.)' DOGS THREATEN NEEDED INCREASE IN SHEEP Deg-Tlvht Inclosurtt In Which Sheep Art Htrdsd t Night Offer Ont Way to Reduce Losses. HOW DOG LOVERS CAN SAVE SHEEP Owners of Canines Can Aid by Supporting Fair State Laws Regulating Menace BIG HINDRANCE TO INDUSTRY Mort Strloua Loaa li Fact That Farm ra Art Kept From Engaging In Sheep Dualneie Dog. Proof Fencet Deacrlbed. Thnaennda of sheep arc ruthlettly killed every Tear by dogs. The mone tary lo of more than a million dollar a Tear to sheep owner does not cover the tnot aertoua aspect of the damase. The fact that the dog menace keep manjr farmer from engaging In the sheep business, even at this time when there aro urgent demand for more wool and meat, I the most arleu result which may be attributed to sheep-killing dor. Specialist of the United State department of agricul ture are urglni efilclont atate leglsln tlon aa one of the but war to deal with ...

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. — 3 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER IFMDNS nil HIKE mm scaniM viir nuiu uiinvrl rUTi Int MUKCId inn mn mum HOW. TO MAKE A CREAMY LEMON BEAUTY LOTION AT HOME FOR A FEW CENTS. Ml' Tour frpcer has the lemons and any drug itoro or toilet counter will supply you with tbrco ounces of orcbnrd whits' (or a few cents. Bqucexo the Juice of two fresh Itmoot Into a bottle, then put In tho orchard wblto and shako we TbU makes a Quarter pint of tba ycry bet lemon akin wbltener and complex ion beautlOer known. Manage tbls fra grant, creamy lotion dally Into tho face, neck, arma and hands end Just aeo bow freckles, tan, sallovrness, redaeia and rougbneaa disappear and how imooth, loft and white tbo ikln become. Teal tt la harmless, and the beautiful reiulti will surprise yoo Adr, Wouldn't Stand for That A good story la told by Kir Auck land Oeddos concerning nn Interfering taloon loafer and n Cnnailtan potdler who bcra on bin iboulder the Initials JC. R," which stand for Candlnn en gineers. The soldier, his face ...

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. — 3 May 1918

THE , COLUMDUH COUKIER ADVANCEMENT OK 1 Till; COLOtllll) HACK Ninety branches of llio National Association for the Ail nncoinuul of Colored INHinhj, scattered thrwigli out (lie country fa nil tin- principal cities, are Jnlutvl 1n a nation-wide "Moorlleld Storey Drive" for 60,000 members. This membership drive Imit been undertaken by these branches ns n testimonial to Moot Held Slorcy of Uoaton, (he association's president. In recognition of his service to the colored people cf tliu nation In the Loulsvlllo segregation case. In that cn.o compulsory residential segrs gntion of colored people was dc- dared unconstitutional by imam moos decision of the supreme court of the I'nlled States, handed down last No ember. The colored ieople and their friends declare the auti-scgrefutltMi victory to lw the greatest legal land mark affecting the ikwi since the Fifteenth Amendment wns enacted I'oundrd In l13. The National Aoclnthm for the Advancement of Onturnl People was founded 01 Lincoln's mrl...

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. — 3 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER f ? ? ? Y ? ? ? ? X ? ? t ? V t t t t X 49-. mm HuatioOficeNiHfimte&t' smbotw .CI(lt:H la the Amrrl ran nurjr urn classed JyWf ss (ho hest fed Ixxljr MAT I of mm In IhA world V.V I In Ilia ship's galleys K&kt El every effort I mmle to rHi' Ij rlluilnnlo waste, kkjxl In thi iipxr rlinlo me nf the cooks nn thn North Do kill n I t n I In ii n inrnl Kllrrr Hint mtii tinrnn with tho IrnM twsslhlc wastage. Fnt l furl for fishier. Ilscnii 111 badly Dmlrd In tin allied annles anil , narlea. Ths silled needs In pirk prod urn are iM.nM.nno pnnmla monthly, Anothtrwnatecllnilnalnrnn the Nnrlli Dnknts Is the ftitntn pevler, limvn In the lower plmtn. Nothing Is lot eept Ihenrtnsl pntnln nkln. Thero I a sufficient quantity nf pn-' EVERYONE MUST HELP. Wara cannot bt fought without monsy, and upon tha Treasury ctntsrs avsry financial demand upon tha Nation. Tha rich of thla country cannot alona matt tha needi of the Nation; tha men of the country cannot do It alone; tha ...

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. — 3 May 1918

THE OOLUMBUB OOUBIBR bNomea New rcpuguq - mt MitKtt tiquirt ei nstsingtors. The recently created republic of Finland, where bloody, clrll warfare has raged. Ilea In the urao IntlluJc aa Greenland and Alaska. It It not small In alio, for Flntani! Is about a largo as the whole of Prance. Tho ('Inlanders themselves siwak of their land ns 8uonirn-tuan, or Smmil, It Is n region of lakes ami granite rocks, much of It desolntn and water-logged, where winter relent supremo for from seven to nine months In tho year. At lenst one-ninth of the surface Is covered with hikes and the greater part of the rest Is forest. Lest than one acre In thirty Is arable, hut a somewhat larger amount I suited for grating. We think of Greenland as frozen and desolate lam, lit only for the abode of the hardy fteklmna writes Nerin O. Winter In the Christian Her ald. And yet In Finland, In a severe northern climate, has crown up n hardy and Tirllo rare. Perhaps It was because only the sturdiest could sur Tire unde...

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. — 3 May 1918

Ksfl THE OOLUMBUM COURIER Tie Hovaevfe aid the War (ssclal lafirmaUM 4-t1, Ualts SPRIN8 (WEENS SOOD If Tak Half Bushsl of Splnaoh Has Valuable Iron and Mineral GREENS GOOD TO HAKE RED BLOOD Houtewlfo Should Not Overlook Dandelion, Lamb's-Quarter or Wild Mustard. IRON NEEDED FOR THE BODY 'Leavee ef Varleua Vsottablss Furnlih Anelhtr Ussful SubiUnee Net Yet Named Cream ef Dandtllen Seup rtselp. It la sprlnrttmsl Don't neglect -to .(Ire jour family eome good old-fash-toned greens. If you lire Id a largo city, yon may hare to depend opoa the green which tome country woman bring to market or upon tplnaeh or kale, nhlch can usually be bouiht urea In winter. If you lire In the country, perhapa your Inatlnet haa already told you that the tender green leave of the dandelion, lamb'njusrtcr, wild rotutard, or whstevtr variety of-greens your locality afforde are writing for aomrone to gather them for food. Teople from prlmlttTe Urate to thla hare msnlfetted a craving for tret a food ae winter p...

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. — 3 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COUMER ui j 'LimjiB.'TiiJ'i.i",', i ntsvxrxrrxsnT , ;, nm, n .1 , J .... - , . ... T" Ec 'l"."" 8 , v n ,f "ml w I list of CslwuWlOO J Published Every Friday Established 1 In 1000 0hrks KUIUir Bl'USCIlH'TION HATES One Year 1A0 Six Months .75 Thrco Monthi 40 Substrlptloa are 'payable strictly In advance, nnil will be discontinued promptly at expiration. Advertisements will bo accepted on ly al the rale of SOo per column Inch each Insertion. tycal notices 100 per lino cacn insertion, wgai advertisements at legal rates. Entered at the, postofllo at Co lumbus. Now Mexico as second class mall matter. TUB MONEY COMES HACK 'I'lu cycle of money invrstiil in Liberty bond is short and complete. The people lend tho money to the pi eminent, the (?o eminent lends Mime to our allies, and our govern ment and our allies straightway spend (tie mono)', nr the greater IMirtlim of II. niniing (he people of lite United States. In some Instances llio money paid hi by wage earner on one insta...

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. — 10 May 1918

c. n. nughci 1-11-18 falmwlml ' (font ief Cohjmtwi, Lun Cowljr, New Mexico, May 10, 1918 No. 47 I- N WW aim' m RAISE $2,000 FOR RED CROSS iT.'holM-rt M. Marshall Appointed Mnnnurr of llir Cauipnlon-llitH Co-Operation of I'll Urns Anil .Military Alvi Columbus In asked In raise $S.ot for tin llfil Cross In tin- lilit ilrlvi1 fur nun hundred million during Mm week nf Mny !tt-7. nml Cnlumhu is solim tn raise .mi. Dr. Uulxrl M Marshall ha lieen elected man ager or tin rntnpalKii. and I roIiik lull) the J'il with lmiourIi rnlhuilaim to raise ' vrral llrr. the amount. lie has tlic authority to appoint all the committee he Hunk neces sary, anil aa this la work that cvejnr Ainerlran l Intrri'sled In, tin will have Hie nsslslanee of Hie people whether or not I hey happen (o ho on u committee. Among Iho Colored people. Chap lam A K Thomas of the Twenty fourth Infantry had heen nlven Iho authority to timiinm' n- drive nml lo npiHilnl his working i nilleo. Ope IhliiK he has heen asked In do, pln...

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. — 10 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER Vi)hal-Uell Dress VoAsneri Will NEW VERSION OF THE TAILORED SUIT. Here li a version of lln tailored suit thit li distinctly new nml In excellent Style. It content" wool to the lint inch In the coat In order thnt the klrt may tw Imluliceil In nn unnccus tomed lilt f drapery at the back. In nearly all the new spring nulls It I the tklrt thnt hm not nn Inch of cloth to spare, for the regulation tklrt I ni plain oa the experienced tailor knows how to make It. The coat la made interesting with the remainder Pf the goods f rom the allowed yardage which must not exceed four and a half yards of M-lnch goods. Hmall checks In which blno aod black, brown and black, or green and black, are the predominating color combination, nro featured this spring made up with n plain fabric of the color In colored check, ami the colors arc dark, but vivid. There are quiet, er checks, like that In the picture. In taupe and grajr and an occasional black and white. The small, fltlcd-ln coa...

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. — 10 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER The Housewife and the War (8pcU1 lafermstlon Henries, United RICE-GROW MORE, EAT Msde-ln-Amerlee We Might Advantagcouily Consume Urtater Quantities of This Nutritious Food and Grow the Increase In Our Own nice Fields. RICE FAVORED AS NUTRITIOUS FOOD If Consumption Could Be In. creased In United States More Wheat Could Be Saved. GREAT VALUE NOT REALIZED Most Important Article of Diet In China and Japan Increased Pro duction Would Release Grain fer Our Allies. Hero In the United Slates It la dim cult to realise that there It no other edible pniduet, excepting meat, un which more iwuple In tho world are de pendent for food, than rlco. Wo might advantageously consume much greater quantities of this nutritious food and grow the Increase In our own rice fields, according to the 1018 crop-pro-iluctliui program recently announced by tho United States department of agriculture. An Increased production and consumption not only would ex pand it protltablo Industry, the fed...

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. — 10 May 1918

'TO'"1"' '" THE COLUMIiUS COUUIRR THE COI.UHIIUS C Oil HI Kit Published Every Friday OtnhllshctI in I WW (I. K Park Killlor st'iisoiiiiTiox iiaths One Year f I.S0 Blx Moulin .75 Three. Months 10 KiiltwriiillniM nrc payable strictly In advance ami will lie discontinued promptly at expiration Advertisements will be accepted on ly ul the rale of iOV pur column inch each Insertion, licnt notice I ft? r line each insertion. I.eul advertisements at legal rates. Kntvred at the pustolllo at Co lumbus, New Mexico as second elas mull matter. DIXIE BREAD Male According to the Govcmmfit Formulae TIIK HHTHtl.Vi IIUSTKKS The retiring Ismnl nf trustee, lr r. II. Ihthncy. II. W. Klllntl. .1. P. White ami J. I,. Walker, ihirtmt their twit years in nfHre liu been I lie object nf very much rriliclwu. which without a doubt ban ! in n targe measure unjust. "'I'h err is hninflti" l an old saying, but Jul as true II I tild. Nil doubt the old lnl inn ee many nf their mistakes, but we ran lint hehee Dial nn...

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. — 10 May 1918

ft THE COLUMMJS COURIER imiivilkci: to uhi: ONE HUNDRED MERCIFUL MILLIONS By HERBERT KAUFMAN ONE Hundred Millions for the Hcd Cross nnd not ono penny of it for red tnpe. The mightiest charity, the noblest nnd broadest roluntecr movement of history. The Red Cross chnrcs no enmities, fcerves no flnR hut its awn. It is God's npent, Hh healing, merciful will the answer of twenty cvcr-gcntlcr centuries to red hnrbnrism. Twelve million orphnn children nrc wnndcring nbnut Europe twelve million frightened little hoys nnd terrorized little girls, sent ndrift to sob nlone nnd perish in the wastes to live like swine nnd die like curs, unless magnificent America ransoms them from denth nnd worse. How many of your pitying dollars will search the deso lations and .snvc them for Tomorrow's works f The Red Cross needs another Hundred Million, to glean the Imttlc areas for this precious seed before it rots in mind nnd body before grief and horror nnd disease nnd unre straint irrevocably blight them....

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. — 10 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER FLOWERY CLOTHES IN WORLD AT WAR New York The attempt to Dolly Vardcnlzo oar clothe began In Palm Iteach In January. A toon aa tho French openings began In February, we. over here, learned that they, over there, had beRun tho aamo trick In costumcry, auerti a prominent fnsh Ion writer. Organdies, printed voile ami flow, cred chiffons were the materials uwl Chinas Influcnc Prtftrrcd. Thero nut much feeling of aattt faction In the adoption of Japanese clothes. Once upon n tlmo whatever crime from tho I.lltlo Kingdom wa. eagerly seized a hating nrtlatlo merit of the highest order, but ttmei and thought! hnvo changed, Japanese art has been so cheaply commercialized I throughout Auerlea, and Its llttlo ' sho outline the boardwalk of the pleasure resort In such n proline maimer, that we prefer to go to China the vat spaces around tho Great Wall for suggestions. The grittier designer In Pari havo preferred China to Japan for half n ihwen years, and wo In Amcrlcn havo lu...

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. — 10 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. a f- Helping the Mwt'tnd Milk Supply Rr."a.icainai. iSTi.-.r-TTriT: t-Tff-ntT-r .n "i-f m-. - 1 I (Spaclal lnformatUn Mrvlce, United Hates Department f Agriculture.) WANTED: 200,000 BOYS TO RAISE PIQS. Forty-Flv Thousand Msmbere e( Plo Club "Junior Soldiers ef th Com mlssary" Produced 10,000,000 Pounds of Drttud Pork Lit Year. PIG CLUBS BEST FOR TOWN YOUTH Boys and Girls Have a Part In This Food-Producing, Money Making Enterprise. GOOD USE OF TABLE WASTES Four Plant of Work Available Out lined Pork Produced Will Aid Poor Famlllee In Combating High Cott of Living. Two hundrvd thousand boys nnd girls wanted tu gruw pork lu pig club I hi year: You can figure (he contribution tuch n plg-rnlalng nnuy might mako to the meat supply bjr what ASM) member produced last year approximately lo UOO.UA) pound of dressed pork. Ttint rontrtbutlon mean that tlio pig ciutiJ have iiu Important part In lie "luyxji "meat"" program Hod fprrtaltil of the United titatt'i department of ...

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. — 10 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COUKIER ! WHAT IS WORSE THANWAR? Consumption Four Titnes More Deadly Than Bombs and Machine Guns. Tlcrr Ilatsp, Fundi medical an lliorllr. estlrostcs that of the Won, 000 people of nil age Mill Urine In Krance -1,000.000 must die of tubefcu Inela. Tho war "III have kllltd alwut l.omi.fHO. Thla mm ni llMt man will) nil of till lnrttets la far In in dent than Nature a a man kilter. . . " " , , ,, There have been over 400,000 new I 1 W ""wlrnl IMInr raeea of consumption In Kratice aliiMim gold n lewitnl for llif litre tha war began. Thla la why, tlcplt awl convtelioii. Uhiii receipt tha the number of new hospital, there la imrly ha lieeit routined In the pell ailll not etimelrnt apace available far I ilrnlmrv ,. mivotie caught aleolllii I'lUerctimM cases. 1 1 It I, entile or I' O I. horso. Cultl Tht Question of Pen.lons. frn.I-l im Ml lil.'; horses oil lei Of course flrat conalderatlrn la ae , corded tn the eer popular wounded ' I' vs- HUH III IKI.1. Mum men. TherHn Ilea 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. — 17 May 1918

I M8-18 lonfief JV..VH. Columbus, Ua Cettatjr, New Mexico, May 17, 1918 No. 48 B a J COHtt ACROSS 8THOM1 FOR THK RKI) CROSS Women Have Rem OonaUno a Mine Pari of Tlielr Time Ami Now Men Mini I'-mik ArneM With The (Villi 'llio ikillea of Columbus, Limit county, the stale of New Mcxius and 1 llio mounlnln stale, have licen giv ing a large part of their tlmn to Hod Cross work. 1'lin following token from a lied Cro publication proven l!i In statement beyond Hiiy reasona ble dotilit: "Morn than l.inm.uu iirlirles. mini' hy the workers of the Hcd Cross In I'Uih, New Mexico uml Wyoming, were ahipctl direct to Franco fur lieneral Pershing's Ihi from Hie Mountain division warehouse In Denver the past week. The hope cniisigimirtiU requiring six 'urge rain was the divisions rcsimlise tit n re quisition from the haltli front, thru the Paris office of the American lied Cro. On the day that the I (UKMi articles arrived at the coast mliil lo which they were shipped they will he plarcd al)rd for hn...

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. — 17 May 1918

tub columhus coumuit Till: COI.UMHtH COUIIIKII Published livery 1'rlilny listahlislicd in IIKKI (i. K. Parks . INIItor 8UIISCHIPTIOX HATK8 Ono Year . I.M) six Months .... TO Threo Months 10 Subscription nrr payable strictly In udumce unil will be discontinued promptly at rxplrullon. Advertlsemrul will be accepted on ly Hi the rnlo of SOo per column l tit-It en i' 1 1 tnspitlon. Iak'bI notirtt I IV per Hue inch Insertion. Legal advertisements al lentil rate. Entered al Hip Mto(m nl Ce liitnhus. Xew MpxIpo ni worn! clas mall matter. CAP I AIN JOMtPtl UlitSKNUKHHY DIXIE BREAD Made According to the Government FirRmlM Standard 10 Oz. Loaf icalcil in waxed air-tight paper. We are installing an entire new equipment including new Bread Moldi wliicli make a very at tractive LOAF. :: :: :: :: :: :: Xpw Mo.xhii ne!i to salute Hi spirit of Captain .liwpph (.iiieen- liprry. wlww body ll Im ii mildlpi timxe U oiip of Hit Iwllle HftiN "I II vna hi Imiwr In I'" one of Hi find American In m (! IIm f...

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. — 17 May 1918

Tlln COLUMBUS COUltlER FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR When yon buy n lAml rnr ymi liny nil eslnblMicil iinntlty. it provrn ipmllly-n i(jif rnr Hint I KlvtuR jMitirncllnii In lii'ui'lfmlly every form ufflgvrviri' nnilcr e.ery rmnlilloii whriv on nntnmoliilu enii lio ihkil. A rnr that mny he iliprmlpl uti in rvcry rlrruinnliiiieo. No nm will ilHpiito (hi fnrl. Thru why not place )our orilcr for n I'nril lit nncof Itmm I hiiiI, ITt Tnnrlim llnr. lfiO; iSinpolil, Jfinft; Town dir. W.fi; PHali, Mir.; On'-Toii Trntk CliaiU, C). Tlir prlres f. ii. It. IMmll. Ynnr unler will hnvo pmnipt nllention. A. J. EVANS GARAGE COLUMDUS. N. M. GEO. E. JACK The Busy Corner Newi, Tobaccoi, Stationery. II It' n New Magazine Get t At J A CK'S HOW DLCKfi KKHVICII THKIH COUNTRY ft) imm tmi w?a w usatyxi ngwarj t&warj vzsubta rr Foxworth Galbraith Lumber Co. 1 Wholesale ami Ketnil Dealers In LUMBER Latli,Sliiii)lr3,Saili,Di)n'x.NI()ui jn", Cement, Lime, Plaster, Utf, 0 COMPOSITION ROOFING A SPECIALTY j Columlnii,...

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. — 17 May 1918

& u " 4 y x y Y ? ? y y y y y y y y y y y y x y y y y ? ? y ? . y y y. y. y. y y y y y. y y y y. y y y y. y. 35 y. y. y. y. y: y. y y. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y f x THE COLUMBUS COuiUKR OIL! OIL! DRILLING SITES BUY YOURSELF A LOT ADJOINING THE DEEP WELL Attention: We have subdivided a tract of land into oil lots or DRILLING SITES and these sites are located within 100 YARDS OF THE WELL t . Which is now being drilled southeast of Columbus. The drillers EXPECT A GUSHER From present gas pressure We are offering these lots at prices which will enable everybody ' to actually own a drilling site close to the well. A; soon as il is struck these lets will be withdrawn and the luck owners will reap the picfit. The owner of one lot will have an interest in the entire tract. $25 invested now may make you Independent &r life If you win on oil yA win big S ee CARL fi DAVIS Temporal Office: Hoover Hotel, Columbus, New Mexico 4 .4i 4 ri v t V y y T ? ? Y V Y Y y y x y x y y y y y y y ? y...

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. — 24 May 1918

4f (Jottfief i Cewtfy, New Mie, May 24, 191S tiWKKMm t'KOCLAIMH hi;i tIKOSS IIHIVF. NOW I'l.Htilt tNNdV BK BIMHJCHT HOAIIII OF THL'ffTEES HMUt 'FIX AIIHINTSTHATMIN IIIWIGNATKS T.O.L WITH" The Tck of Jnne 3rd to Bill has IN FULL 8UJ 4 HLMOHIAL DAY lly law nnil custom, llm llilrlti'lli tiny of May. In cnch ycnr la n public, holiday day In ilio sluto or New Mexico. 'lho imlurnl love of llio living for Itinlr companion nml heroic dead Is iiiailn manifest by llic placement of luill, nml flower Mid decorative wreaths iiiKin lomli, inomiiiiciit, rp ulchcr nod burial mound. 11mi Hiu mortal Is made lu put on Immortality nml Hit soul of lit liv ing man It sublimated ami made re ceptive In the Impinging form of tliu principle of Justice, lovo and Immlllly, trim anil sncrcd allrl hulr of llio children of llm rlpli lemts Ood. Till year, Memorial ami Decora lion day call Ilia living tinman heart td lower depths of vvne ami sorrow because of added millions of man forced deaths anil graves uimiii t...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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