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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 August 1919

nil 6itawus mniku II 1HIHB SKMUWN WMXtfMBtiltMy. Upon srrlvul of Uir Second ..(Frum Twelfth OaVahy .rXaniirJ., lryXmmii'vl ?,?tA MtotWHeM1 Jf hUL A. Bertie, ktt Haehlta glvmi Uftttw 'rhH'd M.pswi brfW.3 ,,Vf cwwtm, maklnst 1M .march trooiw f Wrt-KHcadyiiiM, . ta lWt; ,yt, (ho Mho Mop Blllliy H'NBCIIIM UUH WCle- day nltflit hi tlio "rVfciiH.Hty nonao w pruwaed, A very IntcresHliHc jamfrkm waw given. In addition to tk oaohUic ad Ircsa by Iho CWft. Dmro wm mi.ilc by Iho Twelfth Cavalry Hi lid, sulua by . Ml Cully, Mis Hodnc.lL Ma MuwrML.or.KI Pats. and Hits Uolcher of Swi rrancWo. Tim Imh and Scotch rcad'jHj by Mr. Catnfibell, tha "IT secretary, Worn greatly en loved. Ilelef ad. drviitc of wrlcomo were made by tha aecrelarle of Iho- Hod CroH, V. M. C A, War Camp Community Service, American Library Asiocla tlon and Iho Chaplain. - Ilefrcslimenl were tirovldcd by th lied Cros and arvrd by Ui War Canm Community Service. 11 li planned lu repeat thn tamo rn- lerlMtnnenl at llarhila on Frida...

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 August 1919

THE ctaUMMrticatiim 8FRCUU. REPORT OHWHATTHE"Y" M WITH MONEY WIHLUCTII.FUWM VITALLY NCISANY OeJy Way Week tan Centime WfttH tn4 af VMr, When tmr. aey Will Qvtr. New Tork-(Bpelt.) The Nation. a) War Work Council of the Ynuni Mra't ChrUtltn attoetatlon, through Chaplain Zetater tfreachw irnmt Twelfth Cavalry HUtulard.) 'Clmplafn H. R Zollcr, nt ttio visiting Twelfth ruvatry, occupied Itiu pulpit of Iho First Methodist Kpiscopal Church Holiday evening lollwrinjr a powerful termon to n niiBtTKnlloii (lint required rxtm seating acenininodalions. llio Sot inul choir, under thn leadership f Miss Ward, sane and .Martllc Wnskom rvndored n tnlo. There were four copsetfratlon." Silver tjfty Eriterprige. If ynu want the bt'sl In .owplry !. Oienford. LOST A largo tan Htckct-lHV villi, rnnlmr.1 unit iwnlnli Phi.lni- M84!12tl!Ii,,h,V!:,,J;Ml''" I" Columbus Klrclrlr Shoe d.talled statement cf R,op. and reecho rward, aod expenditure to wfk ,n M country and abroad la the "'"l oe- orKiciXiifowil i Fro...

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. — 15 August 1919

FOHTMAKTKH RtlMfUrAli m hkahv Tiji KteajivE wucus Tlm Wof i)Uun fljUugll the director of sale, ttas tatilhort lied PostniMtet; BurkhuaK to ac ccjit orders for tlm following aill cloa In cane lott tl (ho price named, Ho Will receive order and liy goods will bo sent irom Camp J-Mr-lortg. . , Bscon, 0 12-lh, cant wr caso.24.00 Beef, Corned, 48 No. I cant per case 13,02 Beef, Corned, 24 No. 2 cans per caso ... 1320 Beef, Corned, 12 6-lb. cans per case "(.eg Beof, Ituast, 48 No. I cans per case ..v 13.41 Href, rtoost, 2 No. 2 can per case . 1&.12 Till .COLUMBUS COURtKft Ueof, rtossl, 12 (Mb. cam per caia ... r..:..-. ) Hull., VMnfi, lit I. II. fMl'.!4ijyi. IBM iiaou, i.iimoi'1 mni, c je-io, cans (ifrtwHW m Means, Baked, Hi No, I caua per cao ... 1.02 Means, .Diked, 21 No. 2 can per case .-i 1.41 Beans, baked, 24 No, 3 cans per cae 2,16 Deans, Btrlnfless, 24 No. 2 cans per cMe ... ........ 2.10 Beans? strlrisjlrss, 12 No. 10 cam per case 40 Com, Bwfet, 24 No. 2 cans per case .i 2.16 B...

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. — 15 August 1919

tfjliu T hmm. for mu es Sm4m s; ft sasi M ,m ,sv WHually. CWMWH. 238, 1 Spanish ihIi.ii. Kveatac aerv MaM Of I of Um d oo Mm, tfc etwrefc ad the mi ssatd a the ejasattsn be Uw pre vtatM iMrftr tviwlf. TMs nues- tSM -BM. fc hjUMKMOl Mm ssiwsst m a sable, il the rlfbU Naw thus aarvtcea are for alt IjsspU sHat ianrslaa BaHsh, and we bmim tM. Ufa taisttolio jrleat W Ik, yriif ir to aply to 'Owt we mh to know exactly site Mtsasttstc af any of the doctrines of ttrtitCatltoMa church. AIL who art aasteua to lean Ut truo aUI t4o ui 0a Catholic church on cer tain doctrines my place their questions In the aald question box. Lord MeCaulay cays: "The Catholic church- is an institution most worthy of Investigation." Neat Sunday the subject for the eventaf (8 o'clock service) will be "stave Catholic Priests, and Have Wsey the Power to Forgive Mm?" In plain words, "Do I, Fa kher Msfcop, a mere numan being as the rest, claim to have the powor to forgive slnsT In plain English, "Yea I dqf" Coma and h...

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 August 1919

0 A Moth m -M Let EryB6dy Boost fork Sanitarium for Columbus. Tlunk what tKcy KaVc done for Silver CilfyAlbuquerqueAm Pao i.:.i CLUtlH!S 1MR (ML, TWN OF NEW MCXtttt gibe iftlmtdrai CesLtJWtHJ.S COMtMl cuv w the OMKAT HWTHVVKST 44s.4 V(M IX C0LUMMU8, LIWA COUNTY, NISW JKCXK, AUGUST 22, 1919. NO. 10 ffioimef LAR6EST LODGE YET ORGANIZED Hi NEW MEXICO Deputy (irsnd Chancellor L. W. (allr Orflanlzrd In Cnlnnibtii Banner K. of' I. Ixxlflr. EL PASO-LODGE DID THE WOHK Alniu.it Continuous Work From 7 o'clock Saturday Evrnlno I" I o'clock Sunday Afternoon. Columbus lint acquired inch a habit of being a li'uilcr In every tliliiK tlmt wjien I.. W. dalles, deputy grand chancellor, Knight of Pythias, came licro In organlxo a lodgo of that great fraternal brotherhood, wo Just naturally put ono over on anything tho stale hail ever seen, holding tlio record for charier membership. Ualle rays It boats llu world, and he ought to know. He did Iho work in n week, Kl Paso l.odgo No. K, Knlghls of I'ythla...

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 August 1919

ftaim..1 :.i ,, um"1 fuggy TUB COLUMBUS COURIER THE COLUMBUS COURIER Publlilicd Every Friday Established in iOOt. Q. E, PARKS Owner W. K. HOLT-'.Edltor una Publisher Bt'HSCRIPTION HATES One Year 2.00 Kir Months IM Three Monlha 0 One Month ... .25 Subscriptions aro payable In ail vancc and will bo discontinued on dale of expiration, Entered at the poitotQe at Coi timbus. New Mexico aa second elan mall matter, Advertisements will be accepted only at the rato of 30o per column Inch each Insertion. Five cents extra per column Inch will be charged on alt onc-llme ads. Lo cal nulices lOe per line each Imcr lion. Legal advertliemonU at legal rates, Bpanlsh names out of a total of 03 1, Rio Arriba and Taos pouhllcs, however, furnished the inrgest pro portion of Bpanlsh names, llio for mer 400 out of a total of Wl. and Taos 450 out of 638, although both counties In proportion to population furnished by far fewer men than did Chaves 'county, ror Instance. which out of a total of D20 had 42 Sp...

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 August 1919

THt CdLVItitte COURIER .jrAn ordinary evor'yday lion can acklo whoa tho laya on cgp, nml this ability has cauaca tho ticn lo bo listed among tho leading udver tlser qf tho country, but when a 'hen can lay an egg and then crow about It. that hen may bo regarded s lomethlng out or tho common and at an advertiser par excellence I'osunutcr W. E. Foulka haa 'hen that can lay .and crow. II It a Plymouth nook, with tho head of a rooster, lho manncri of a rooster. an Immcnia tomb and a pair of largo ipura that would cosily put U into the sporting class, If II were not for tho fad that It has tho body of a hen and a hen's ability to lay eggs. This hen serves doublo purpose. It serves to keep down .tho high cost of living, or It would If chicken feed were not so expensive, or it can bo used as on alarm clock. Mr. i'oulks vouches for tho truth of this story on his word of honor as a government official and 114 minister of the gospel, nml he can produce tho hen for anyono who refuses to bo conv...

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 August 1919

THX COLKJMBUS COURIER RKABY 1-0 HBCEIVK OMtHCRS At Hit) request- of (ho Hoard of Trustees of Columbus, we aro pub WeMwt the government price list, order for whWt may be given at HtO Mayors offtco up to 7 o'clock 8turdy night. Tmslco Harry 0, Tracy will have Immediate rhargf. Order must bo made out In dupli cate and cash must accompany all order. The War Department, through the director, of tale, hai author lied Vostmasler Iturktivid ' to ac cept order for the following arti cles in cate lots at the price named, lie will receive orders and the good will be acut from Camp Fur long. llacoti, 6 12-lb, cans per caie.tM.VO Jlctf, Corned, W No. I cans lcr cmc ... 13.02 licef, Corned, St .No. 2 cans per cae ...... 13.20 Hoof, Corned, 12 6-lb. can per cue 21.00 Ucef. HoatL 48 No. 1 cans per cate 13.4 1 lleef, lU'Rit, 21 No. 3 can per case 15.12 Bf. Hoist, It 0-lb. cans per case .......... 22 iW Hash. Corned llecf. 48 1-lb. cans per caie Hash, Corned Heof. 21 2-lh. ran per cate Bean, Halted, ...

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. — 22 August 1919

1 r UWVDtSAL MILITARY AND PHYSICAL "IT M 'HEALTH' AMI MMFKOT HsNYMtM. I' TNT. MINI) A Nil MttV MINN THAN THAT MS THE 6MSAT KMHJIKfcMKNT t- MWHSMN MKN AT MOOKttN OCirATHNiS IT M rWTTMst mVSR TO TMAVBL' OftKAT IMtfTANGKA, CAMAY Ci1AT MJROW, Llff OMCAT WCWNTi, OH OV" CMte 6MCAT JKAT8MAL OMrrmjCrtOM) IT H MHCliY THAT CONDITION OT TMC MtttY, AND THAT AMOUNT Of' VITAL CAPACITY, WtttCH MUX KNAM.K EACH MAN AN WOMAN W HHM HA4X to ruHoue thkim callkvc, ano wohk on in thkih wowun un, with tnk ohkatbot AMOUNT 0 COMTOKT AND UOEFULNCtNi TO TNKMOKLVEg ANH THCMt UTUMC HMrWMM? 4 CAIT, C. Lm MMMKW. sonvrtMsi rtH wMe for hmm- Wnd. Kit sparkvgly, ftekcl feed wit roper itourWfK OH into o)t fpor game. Hay aM remain young. riu your lung wtw prc, rrem a r m often aa you can. Look men squarely In I ho eye, wHh the head always up, ,mh) when you Imvo ftlvcn your best while at work, fol ow up with 1IUI recreation with your friend or family, and, by the Umo you feel you are ready for tha nights rrpoec, I am cer...

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. — 22 August 1919

1 new hexico Weekly industrial keytew PROCKKWGS OF THE BOARD OP TRUSTEES ' COLUHBU8 Columbus building eleven new business houses. Including one bank. Tularoja oil miners onranlto to oppoto claim Jumpers. Albumierquo Mcnarel school re ceives appropriation of (100,000 for needed Improvements. Albuquerque- Chamber of Com merce rciwrts procrrss In all branches. l'eoch crop short. Loss mado up by.ylcld of other crops. Oil development at Nara Visa goes forward. Western Union employes havo ejstcm of arbitration and do not believe In strikes. Voluntary media tlon of lnlwr troubles Is growing. Valmora Installs electrlo lights. Dig oil companies said to bo bet hind drilling In Guadalupe county, lliports of revival of mining ac tivity come from all parts of state, ltarvofl and rungo conditions con tinue favorable. Wyoming cattlemen looking for grazing land in this slate. With the world's copper business controlled by American producers nnd refiners and a prospective de mand for the metal excee...

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. — 29 August 1919

(I H tttisjH Let EverybodJJSrost for a Sanitarium for Columbus. TKinJIvvhat they haycMone fbf(Silyer Gityj Albuquerque and El Pao WMAJMaKW WeMEWt (ML TOWN of New Mexico ntnmbtt COLUMN J& comina cm' oi' tih: ohkat (hmjthwkst VOL. IX. COLUMBUS, I.UNA COiJNTV, NEW MKXKO, AUCL'KT SI, 1910. NO. II (untfttf WW COLONEL NEQJER HEADS THE LIST IN SUB-DISTRICT Popular Cavalry Commander Bu plr tlio Rig Chair In Fko New COL. IK) AM: COMMANDS 2ITH Captain Simmon I Hack On Job Again After Dcllatttful Twenty Days' Leave or Absence. With tlio Largo numlier of troops now coming to Camp Furlong, tliera are many change In offlcort' BBslgnmenU. When Colonel Hadtcll went to Ban Antonio, Colonel Ucorge W. llleglcr took hit placo a Bub Dlttrlct Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Paul 0. Manchester occupy ing tlio poalllon briefly during tlio Colonel' temporary absence on a hike. Colonel W. 0. Doane hat arrived to atsumo command of the Twenty, fourth Infantry, a poiltlon alily filled for tomo time, by Lieute...

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. — 29 August 1919

THE C6lA)MnUS COURIER THE COLUMDU3 COURIER Published Every Friday tabllshed In IBOi 0. E. PAItKS,. Owner W. K. HOLT-Kdltor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year 13.00 Six Month 1.00 Ttirte Monlhi 0 Orw Month .23 Sntmrlptlews are payablo In ad Vans ami will la discontinued on clal of explratlan. Kntered at the poitoftto at Co limtHii, New Mexico as second cliM mall matter. AdvmtteefHMts will be accepted only at the rata of 30c per column inch aaeJi insertion. Five cenU mini iwr eutumn Ineh will be rlrarfml on alt ono-tlmo adi. Lo ral noUes 10 jxsr line oaeh Inter Host Legal ndert(omenU at legal rale. Work of llrd Crow Just Ilrgun. Tttri ms to bo quite a general opinMm throughout the country that 1 1 awe ll war Is over and peace I mm beau declared the work or tho Amfrsrati lied Ous is over and fhwi now im. Hit greatest of all humanHartan organizations 1 to bo merely history. Hut the iled CroM Just now IwglnHlHg the biggest work it hM iff undertaken sine- iU orssMiaaUon that of a w...

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. — 29 August 1919

THE COLUMBUS COURIER mo you know niisv ,(Prom Twelfth Cavalry Blnilnrtf.) August lit, will. From j Associate Field Director. To: Commmllng Officer, Cwnii Furlong, Colimibui, N. M. Subject: Homo Bcrvlco. Under tlio recent ro-orgnnltalloii of llio Ilcd Cross at tills camp, tlio Homo Service Bccllon lias been put under my direction. It Is tlio lesirc of tlio Homo Bcrvlco Bccllon to co opcrnlo in every posnitilo way with tlio Military authorities and with other organltnllons In serving (ho nrmy. Tlio purposo and ncld of ttm lied Cross kro in an unusual degree colored with public Interest and conlrollcd.by government authority. With its-great financial resources, Its twenty-two million members, US llilrly-nlno hundred chapters and their II f Icon thouiand hranclick, llu lied Cross Is better equipped than any oilier private organization to glvo aid and comfort to our soldier, and to assist their families at homo. Tlio Homo Bcrvlco Bectiori Is pre pared lo assist tlio men In llm adjustment...

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. — 29 August 1919

THE COLUMNS COUrtlE 8UIIB CUIlB FOH THE BLUES (From Twelfth Cavalry Btandard.) If you bavo pot tho "blues," go to Hachita and seo tho boys of the Second Squadron. When lh boys or the Second arrived at liachlta they bad not been thcro more than a day unlit they atartcd a routine schedule of amuscmonts until now life at UachllA Is Just ona continual round p( pleasure. That thp. amuse, inent is made possible is due tc Colonel C. C. Wlnnla, who Is in riunmand at that station, tho Col onel having arranged for tho an ointing or amusement committee, dancing committee, etc.; In fact, there Is a committee on every kind or amusement that is possible to have at tliat very undeslrous sta tion. That the dances given by the Hop committees aro a success It evidenced by tho fact that the lailitM como from Columbus, Dom ing, Irdburg and even from the ranches along tho bonier to enjo) lliemlvs with tho boys of thr srmd Squadron, and In order t d such subject themselves to hare travel over rough roads...

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. — 29 August 1919

THE COLUMftlte COWRIE "liscmdldn. Cnl., Aug. IS, 1010. Columbus Courier, Columbus, N. M. Dear Blr: 1'lcswo put mo down for another dollar's worth of llio Cour ier niid oblige. You ore soma Ixmatrr. Yours respect fully. Miiry M. Ilrown." A mighty ulco liuiich, those K. I'.'s. GOUHIKH HOtiK IIODSTCir Muakogoo Phoenix A hard mr fnccd road lit front iir your form would straightway Increase the prlco.?25 an aero. How con our 00111110 pay high prices for labor and high prices for products of tho toll and hnvo low prlccd conunoilltlesT NEW GARAGE REARDON BROTHERS J Auto mechanics of extensive oxiwrleneo, novo opened n iirsi-cinss gsrago ami repair shop In tho former MnJestliJ Theater building on West llroadwny. Thsy guuarnnlco all work and do vuleaniilng. Oil and (mi for sals. Wo slorc cars. Coino in and gsl acquainted. OVVJi DAY AM) Mtllir NIAV MUXtCO WFF.Kf.Y. I.MKj'HTHIAli W.V1F.W Clayton has n llotary Club that Is imiiili mora than an association of conversational lunch-eaters. Al a re...

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. — 29 August 1919

THK COLUMBUS COUftHMt Hiirnm "'ju-ju ibbb PERSONAL. XnD LOCAL Harry 0. Tracy never lel up iiotll lio (jiil Uit ctcclrlo Unli W. lltto you noticed Mrs. Frederick. nm' lioQdtlful bluo morning gloriosT Mrs. Leo Thomas U ablo (o lie nut again following her very severe illness. Mr. Tcnney und daughter, Maude, of HI I'nso, aroguetU of Zcno Johnons. Mr. 11. W. Ilcardon and her baby laughler, Aubrey Jean, arrived from Msltee llil week lo Join her liuataiM), who Is new one of Co- lumljiin' business liusllcr. Mis Htllth Olark and Josephlno Jnrot'n vtitled their parenU In ImmhIbk on Sunday. Kvmw' Oarage void a Ford I nick In a Garrlxwo man tht.i week. We cull Uial trtHB wm. Mr ii. i. Jatmttan or Jtat u- bannon lrwl, HI Paso, Is nMngllivg with i:niinnlMM frWHl this wot. W. s Malthewe niul Jitlm K. I lair Univi- ..ver Ui 1U Paio for the wk nd. ltarr "tllver" bdng the mhmIih uporawlL" :. A ivmkv. aecmpanid by Mr. and Mm. Max Stent, returned from 11 Pi. Tinttay, having made the trip in I he forttv...

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. — 5 September 1919

I ' . , Let Everybody Boost for a Sanitarium for Columbus. Think cnat they hac done for Silver City, Albuquerque and El P 0 (mm! city w urn (2MKAT MOtrTMWKST No. I3t vfolntntms ionftef UHLANS GLAD MIND If COUMOS Served WKh Ute OveneM Amy ffniup njg Mttlcx fi.VVS AMKMCA IS THE HACK Had Fine Experience In the World War, But hi Mifttty Chid to Oct Mack- Home. Major Thomas 0. Ltckland, Hold Artillery, Adjutant, Threo Hundred and Fifteenth Train, Ninetieth Division, and, otter return oj hit dlviilon to the Slates, on duty with Headquarters, Third Army, Army nf Occupation, returned to tho Plates after fourteen months over tens, reaching New York al tho end of July and arriving In Columbus September 3. Msjor Lackland was commissioned a Captain of Field Artillery oil November 20, 1017, and assigned lit Ilia Trains of the Ninetieth Division al Gamp Travis, Texas, with which organization ond division ho served from dato of commission tn May JO, IUIU, when ho was transferred to tho Thinl Army ...

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. — 5 September 1919

rax oActMius ccmm TMK COLUMBUS COUMKft Published Bvery Friday Established in 1904 O. -Ri PARKS Owner Wi K, MOW-Edltor and PuW!htr SUUSCniPTIO.N IUTE8 One Year $2.00 Bix Months 1.00 Three Month ..... JBO Ono Month J23 Subscriptions are psyablo In ad vance and will bo discontinued on dalo of expiration. Butered at the postofflo at Co limbus, New Mexico aa second clau wall matlor. Advertisement wilt bo accepted only at tho rate of 30o per column inch -eh Insertion. I'lvo couU cxlta per column Inch will be rimmed on alt one-time ads. Lo ral netlees lOo per line each Inter ltn. Legal advertlsemcnU at legal rata. t nmUTY OK lilt MOUNTAINS UIAHMINC.LY WOKD-PICTUHED Thro they lie in the bluo haxe, matmtaln'abovo mountain, a mighty stairway leading up to the heights, uhtt-e the valley is tilled with Ice, tiMilhig snow and water, where eak arise above eak, fair up into tieaH's light. There Is a bright ness Hp there. ln dazxllng line it HtM and faces away like a distant nlhsrtag land whieh doe...

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. — 5 September 1919

MERVKE WCTWN fHTThlMM mo AacrkM .Red Crow li found a way of (Join fop the fam ilies of soldier when trouble and mlifortuBo como to intm, what) tho men themselves would like to do were mcy t homo Instead or at uio front, on the tea, or on tho Mexican border. Thing do Indeed happen to the ioikj ai nome. Tho Midler rccog nucs iHH 'thM to IbovIWjIo, Hit real anxiety It not so much that thing may happen, as that when they do hpapen ha cannot bo thcro to help and advise. It I tho inoughi or how hli abteneo In these emergencies handicaps lilt family that undermines tila moralo, This, moreover, Is something that affects the whole army, ror there Is scarcely a recruit or a veteran In eJlher branch or tho servlco who Is without "oiks." "There It no man who does not have dependents,' said an army oMcer. "It it only a question ol how many dcnundenU heo has and how dependent they ro. cw are the persons, wo know who are not vitally Interested In tho welfare- and happiness or at least one other in...

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. — 5 September 1919

TUB THOOMCM fly !. D. Reedy. Major, Infantry, United States Ariiiy, Assistant Recruitfof 'Ofilcer. Houston, Texas TrollltiR up tho mountain sliivspeeding down' the valley. Ctlckety-clack, clackety-cllek, with Janfling iipur and rein, Hides tho Trooper on his way, ho'a no time to dally, Seeking camp or enemy or outpost site to gain. Sun: rain; wind; snow through them all lie rushes, Taking many a chaneo with Fate with merry quip and jcsU Gallup; (rot; walk: halt to tho front ho pushes, Standing guard in lonely spot that other troops may rot. Yo-lice, romo with me where valiant men are needed; Drop your pick or pencil for the Hashing saber' school. Come, now. Join the Troop where duty's call Is heeded, And lire is worthy of the name, for service is it's rule. Bleeping on a grassy bank, up beforo the swallow; Then away beforo the sun dissolves the morning hate. Friends behind and foes before, he Is quick to follow Every movo to Hank or rear the enemy assays. Illght, left, front, rear e...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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