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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 September 1919

Ttttt COUJMBUS COURIER United States T5 me ans Good Tiras Mmj ASL"W X 1 Most Economical Wer life service mile age safety comfort. These arc the things that count in a tire. These are exactly what you get in United States Tires, general all-round tire satis faction. This greater total of tire We know United States Tires are Cood tires. That's why we sell them. I'CCIII IIIIOTIIEILS AGENTS values means greater econo myless cost of maintenance less repairs and depreciation. Car owners who do their own thinking prefer United States Tires. Their merit is recognized everywhere. We have them a typo and size for every car. BARGAINS In Used Cars Wi: OKl KIl THE HlfiKEHT IIAIUiAINS IN ISICII CAItS IIEAIUI W IN COI.UMIIL'H And Wo limn Almost An)llill) Vein May Wniil. Coins In anil let us donioiutrnti'. You'll like lln car mid yuu will like llio prlci. Our new nlr plant will noon bo at your ncrvlutv Wo do nil kinds of Hattery Work, and nur TuV Work Is guaranteed, Full lino of ArcMMirliM soon. We...

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. — 5 September 1919

TUB CteUttMUS CttJItlfll EVERETT C. COWGWJU MAMUitD I - Tho parents of Everett C Cow Bill have, recoived word from their non thai he was married at l'optar lllulT, Mo, on August 10 to Miss Cora Scott of Puxlco, Mo, Ilia for mcr homo of tlio Cowgills. The bride was a former schoolmata of her husliand. Tho groom mixed up with the Huns at Chateau Thierry, the 'sec oiul bntllo-of the Marne and other minor engagements, and was twice wounded, the second time severely, hut write hia mother that he wasn't half so scared as when his ) nres knocked together as he stood l'i f"-o Iho minister. r oluinhiis friends congratulalo tlio young people. Mrs. Parka Fisher of Washington, who is a alsler of (ho great sea lighter whqso memory is revered by iho American people, a line autographed photograph of Admiral Schley. It Is a distinguished honor for the little chap, who is a relative of the ureal man whose photograph ho will prize moro ant) more highly as the years go by. mucus 8f.Mi.KY fkost hets au...

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. — 12 September 1919

on Ltt Everybody Booitlfor a Stnkidim foe Columbia. Tluhkthcy htvc done for Silver Chf, Albuquerque and EIPmo jawiff .m , , s rfff columns C4M.UIMCM poe ytoranurag COMtNti Cm"' THU 4 (IHIIVT KOUTHWENT Of NEWMKXtCO COLUMBUS, LUNA COUNTY, MW' HKXHX), MOTKMNKH 2. MID. no. in VL. IX. DONT FAIL TO VOTE FOR 6000 ROADS SEPT. 16 failure to Carry This Amendment HHI Deprive, Stale of From United Slates. COtUHHUS MUCH INTEHCSTFJl No Imposition to Soldier VoIIiib Amendment Wo 8how feoak Consolidation Amendment Tim fnllnwlmr from llio New Max Ico State Hecord should bo eare- fu y read by every voter ond Approved by lilt volo on Bcplcm bfr 111! Tho special election al which the voters of New Mexico will poss on thron iirnnniutl amendment lo the itato constitution will be held on September 10. Tho tint of thesfl amendmenU tirnvldei ItinL rlUtens nf Uio state In the military or naval service of the United States may volo by mall nl Bpni-rnl flections for any pur pose. Tho details or carrying the fr...

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. — 12 September 1919

THE C6MJMMJ5 CMIRIM THE COLUMBUS COURIER I'ubliihed Every Friday iiitabtlshcd In 1006 O. E. 1'AflKS Owner f. K. HOLT-Editor and Publisher ; 8UBSCMPTION HATES Ono Year $2.00 gtt Months 1.00 Three Months 0 Oft Monlli 3 Hiillptlons arc payable in ad- vaitee.nnd will be discontinued on data of expiration. Hntered at tho poslofflo at Co- Umbus, new Mexico oa aecond class null matlsr. Limit Baby Loans Money ta Uncle Sana lakn Dctr Hie. Very IfiVK frr.vres i.kAsing SmwMm That Husdredi of banks OTtr lie Elev enth Fedtrat DUtrlct have already loTeitcd In tho new 1 1,000 Registered Treasury Savlngi Certificate and more order for (fetus are being re cetved every day by the Federal Rs itm Bank at Dallas. Banker are practically unanlmoua In declaring thei new $100 and 11,000 Registered Treatury Saving Certificate the belt securities the Government ha ever offered. Individual, corporations, cities, counties and school districts are also buying these Registered Certificates In large numbers. The S...

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 September 1919

(Twelfth Cavalry Standard.) Extract from tfao final nbmlnh of Field Marafaai Sir Doutaa Mal.) From tlmo to Umo m tho war of position dragged on and tho enemy's trench systems remained tHriwefcee, while questions of man aftd tho shortage at ahlppln became atule, tho wisdom or necmKy ot main taining any largo fore of moualed men waa frcoly discussed. In Uut light of the full expcrlcneo of tho war tho decision to preserve, tha cavalry corps lion been completely Justified. 11 ha lcn proved that cavalry, whother. used for ahock . effect under, suitable condition or aa mohllo Infantry, liavo allll Indlsponsablo pari to play In modern war. Mor(over, It cannot aafcly lo assumed that In oil future wan tho flank of tho opposing forces will rest on neutral states Impassable obstacles. Whenever such a condition docs not ohlaln, opportunities for tho uso ot cavalry must arlso frequently. Throughout tho great rctrrcmont In IU14, our cavalry covered tha retirement and protected tho flanks of our c...

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 September 1919

s(. u(. S 3& wwmrn RECONSMDi H4 EUROPE WOftK I TO CPEND IN KLQIUM AT OMC. Commission AbroesHTs MuJy tha Mt uatleiv Extensive Program sj4 Planned Churehuy In Other Land. Nahtille Tenn. (Special Corre spondence.) On Autust 19 th a com minion composed of Dltbop James Atkins, of North Carolina, John R. rpper. of Tennessee, Dr Dells 11. Dennett, of Kentucky, and Mrs. Luke 0. Johnson, ot Oeortfa, sails for Eu rope to arrangs for the opening ot ex tenslre religious and philanthropic work In Ilelflura, France and other war-torn countries. Thejr represent the Centenarr Com minion and Uu Hoard ot Missions of the Methodist Eplicopal Church, Boulh, which have aet aside M.OOO.OOO of Ceoleoary fund for religious re construction In Europe. They go with authority to purchait property and open work at one In llelglum and to make a careful aunty of the needs In other countries and recommend an adequate program, Orphanages, schools, social centers, religious literature and direct orange llsm will ...

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. — 12 September 1919

IMS COLUMBUS COURIER new m:KM wmtH.v LmJttTMiAii m:y:' ' Socorro Jllg tlno, iiroduccn ot I'HEFEHENCK IN iMiH Hm8 r; - J rim National Bank 4 4 2 tkat does things X for you The Bank Help To Finance PROSPERITY I It Wasn't the millionaires that financed the great war; ftnvas the small savinfi of millions of people. ' The nation itill nccdi youriavinji to finance the sjreatmius trial era it Is just entering. v ' Every dollar you save and deposit in this Bank not only adds to your own wealth but also contributes to the prosperity of the whole country. IMrtcttfs ? A. F. KERR PresideBt C. W. POWERS VicV-Preiidcnt :W. C. FRANKLIN . Caihier T. A. IIULSEY OHO ROESE " The Palace Market FINE MEATS AXO CHOCERIES Johnson Bros, WANTED Men, women and chil dren lo buy Thrift and War Bav Ings Stamps. At iwstofflco, banks and 'oilier agencies. Always worth tlio money. FOIl SALE Vlclrola, ucd very short time, with IS records; f 10.00. One small Ico box, new. Apply T. V. Ward. Jf. Main 8U, flvo blocks no...

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. — 12 September 1919

it. lilts CouiJMs mm jLOCAL and personal Hammock at Carroll & Norwood. Mrt. C W Powcrt It vlilllng rela tive In the eaaL New and second-hand bicycles at Carroll & Norwood'. Tablet, pencil, alallonery school supplies at Powers'. and A. II, Taylor of Hie A. II. G. force wot In HI 1080 Tor the week-end. Attention It directed tq tho bar gain eule of Herman llalier't houso and lot. Sergeant Illohard I). federi gwt to th liakcry company at Furl Aili. Arizona. Dr. II. A. Well, the noted A. M '. imlr of Kl l'uw, wat a welcome ealtw last evening. flaunty Purveyor C II. Morgan hat Item iMhs tomn work In Co- IiihUhi Mils week. Furniture for sale, cheap. Apply Main PI. second houso north of Teiaphone llxthangc. Aolato Mold Director Sleele hwivtt Saturday on a two weeks' vacation in Denver. INnwo' tee cream and other soda fouiUaln producl lasle powerful tuud these, hot days. Mr. Casper Estrada wilt leavn SMimMy ror HI Pno. He will bo way threo or four days. Mlss Marta and Mercedes Anala ...

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 September 1919

M-l Let Everybody jSoort for t Sahitiriumfor Columbia. TKihk WhattKcy have done for Silver City, Albiraucfque .kfitl--1-Ki r- j.- . ... or raw Mexico Wit $olnmira tariff vxmtm city r imb "sir VOL. IX. COCUMJILW, MJrtt COUNTY, MEXICO, gWTKMMKK 19, 1919. NO. II C R Hushes EDITOR HOLT GOES TO LORDSBORfi, NEW COUNTY Swan Song of Retiring Publisher Will be ( Appreciated by His Many -Columbus Friends. INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATED BY LOCAL MEXICANS Columbus Natives Willi Nimrixr of American Citizens Have Ma Time Acrwn (he Honkr. HULL FKiHT FOK THli YOOTIIS liny Start With Large Parade In Hih City m l Winds Up With Speech Mukhii ut IV.oniui, About thirty gaily decorated au (omohllcf, Mexican national color predominating headed by n I.'. S. Army band, paraded tho streets (if Columbus Tuesday morning pre paratory for the day celebration at I'alomas, Mexico. N. Angel served a barbecue dinner In this city and then the crowd, augmented by a number of American citizens, headed for I'alomas, Mexico whe...

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 September 1919

HIE COLUMBtts CMJRlEfc THE, COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday Established In iOOfr " W B. HOLT-Edllor and PublUher 81U1SCMPTI0N RATES Ojid oar ... ... ........ $2X10 JrtilMontl.s IJOO tlireo Months . .60 One Month 53 Subscriptions aro payable In ad- vance and will be discontinued on dale of expiration. Entered at the poitome at Co lumbus, new Mexico at iccond elui mall matter. MI1S. FAI.KNEHS ADOHF.SS. HootrM of the GlrU DlvUiou ot the V. CCS, President ot the nrlout Uulis Itrprrscntrd. II ls Indeed a pleasure to be nrtl to meet with you Ihli atler Hwhi. It I a At 1 1 1 greater pleasure lu Bttd you as representatives of lt various clubs meeting in Minn. There is slronKth lu num bra iHit more In union. I liavo IkiiwI to see Just inch a meeting s tilts since the W. C. C 8. ummm,I Hie Khaki Club. Hyry nation, every class of watfmeti are forming unions. Ev ryWUro else except Columbus Urn wwneu are joining the differ nt fcdttatletM. We need to come i-ktr tegelher. Yim as clnbwork r...

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 September 1919

WHHNANCK NO. W, AN OWUNAiNCK MUTiNO TO rm INSH3CTK)N W KLKUTMC wwi-vo in me vhxaw: r oh.uimhjs, mw m:tm, anm CHKAT1MJ THt: tTC Of HLKOTMCAL, WmXTWt DWINIM! HtS POWKH8 AM) DUTIES AM) fMOVIDLMt MM tOMlCNSATM)N. t Bo It ordained by tti o U0AM8 OF T11U8TEE8 of llio Village of Columbus: Section i. Tlio nflTIca of Electrical Inspector Is hereby rrcatwl. Thrro !mll he appointed by the Hoard or Trustees or llio Vlllago of Oolunv bus, an Kleclrleal Inspector who shall ho an electrician, not en. gnged in llio wiring of bulliliiiKi in Iho Villogo of Columbus, nd fully iniaWled to perform llio duluM of hlii nfTico. lie shall hold I1I1 office during llio pleasure of llio Board of Trustees and shall before enter ing UK)I1 tho dull of his office give bond (o tho Vlllago of Colusa bin in tho penal sum of 1'IVE Hl'NDIlKD (tOOO.00) DOLUM18. to ho approved hy llio Hoard of Trus lees, conditioned for llio faithful, skillful and impartial pcrformanco of tho duties of his office. Swtlon 2.AII wiring for ...

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 September 1919

fr!B COLUMBUS C6URIE THE WEST IS IN Need Glasses? III C OXliNKOHl) ItruUtrrrtl )iUimrtrUl Clnrk tlolrt Htillilliio BAPTISTS ANNOUNCE PURPOKI TO WHICH VAST SUM THRY SEEK WILL BE GIVEN. t yillllllimiHIIIIIIIII IHIIHHIIIIIIII I Ill H IIHIIUIHIIIIIIMIIIIHg STRENGTHEN CHURCH WORK 8ptclil Effort of Denomination Along Qsnsral Llnss Will Do Bnlirgtd And Mad Strangtr At Rssult Of Thli Campaign. Brery tentral lntsrast fosUrad by Southern IlapUsts will b strengthened and enlarged throuih the- rucceti ot lb Baptist 7S Million Campalso which It now well under way, and which will retch lit climax In the final drlro to socurs thlt turn la cash and subscrip tlant during the eight dirt of Kortnv ber SO to December 7. A period ot Jlte years will be prorlJed for the final payment ot thete subscriptions but for the campaign to tucceod, the mm ot 15.000.000 rauit be tubtcrlbed within thu eight days. Manr hare ex pressed the belief that the subscrip tion! will run to $100,000,000. At a meeting of the Kxe...

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 September 1919

IMC COLUMBUS COURIEK mw RSWAKM IN (UX.0 1 will gvo Two Hundred Dollara In sold m n reward for the trrtal and. convlotlon, upon receipt lhl party Iia boon confined In ttio pen itentiary, of anyone caught ileal Inn POL cattlo or P 0 L horses. Cattle branded on left tide; lioraca on loft hlp-B. 8. UIHCHFIKLD, Colum bui, New Mexico. if HrcnkfoAt. Wafflh. ?fl Rus-lnr- Mch'h I.iitirh. Mo Contest Waco In Towh W. K. MR, Attorney anil Counselor' t Law Practice In All Court COLUM 111)8, NEW MEXICO THE CITY MARKET East Broadway WlXINGIIMl ..AND M1DM.ETON All Kinds or McaU AMI FIIESII VKGKTAULKS EAGLE CAFE Clark Hotel Mock CHW SUKY AM) NOODLES ON SHOttT OHDEH Everything First-Claw it BOHDEH MEtlCANTILK Corner West Fourth anu Broadway Save you Money on flrocrrlM and Provisions. HtWNT UNBtfWfTANB THAT HOTKIf" ON WVKXKH CW.LAH "I linilerstnnil Dm Infnnlrv and cavalry badges' that aoldlcr wear, kit I donl Jual get that 'hotel' you wear on your collar?" said an inquiring stranger an ho looked with c...

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. — 19 September 1919

ii LOCAL AND PERSONAL iji juutmiui-. j i-'wiagaggBBBBeggieBs Dropjalo Powers' for drugs and prescriptions. I painted tho told sign on the ' First National Hank (See Church). Mr W. E. Smith of Carlsband Is visiting her brother-in-law, W. W. llullcion. Powers' Iro cream and other soda fiiuntain products lasto powerful good theso hot day. Richard Flahlve of Dcming was tit Qnlu'mhus tills work slinking liamli. Ho alio renewed Ills sub scription for tho Courier. K. K. (Wgill nnd bride have mine In Columliui to live and are being cordially welcomed liy tho young soldier's many friends. There. It a chance In Die Courier fflro for a bright, fairly well edu rated boy to team tho printing trailA under exierl sucrvllon. Mrs. Margaret llarron has been viry plcotttntly coinpllmcnteil by the War Department for her article published In tho 12th Cavalry standard and Columbus Courier milted "Let Mc Call You Mother. J. B. Church, the tlgn painter, win mako l-olumbus hit homo. Ills family arrived Sund...

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 September 1919

I) 6 h Wurfw. -I-l CfSMMMN, LUNA OWUNTY, AtXICO, MKmCMMKM 3, 11. NO. IS jonfuf 1 , ' HOOVER KNEW NCXERS MADE NG PROFITS htU Effort for Fw of a U senate errs mrmr ln full Kecdmmt4tIoM to Frtt4e4 en . itno ISBj 1948 hfcH M4o lHtfeHc AHo?9 5 sftwAta WUDN H4.I CtMXUf DATH; MM sfert's Hnakkm, mhI wW ve4MH to pkytcal fluuUoii M Mm reason the Waililngton, Sept SSL Maximum proflls for tlio nve largest packers under HmiUUoni prescribed by tlio food administration during tlio war were "unreasonably high" and from two and one-quarter til ttirco times m great at those In pro-war years,' according to a report mado to the President by tlio federal trado com mission on Juno 28, lOIB, but with hold from tlio public at tha request of Foot) Administrator Hoover, A copy of tho report, together with letters sent by Mr. Hoover to tho president worn transmitted to tlio seualo today by tho commis sion in response, to a resolution by Senator Norrli, republican, No bratka. -Tho Recommendations. nccommcndnll...

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 September 1919

ClMAIMijS SCHOOL NOTBS. Maria Aeosla, who lia been vis- King In Kf Paw, has returned to school. Willbji nd ireoa Polly motor over overy iwy irum ucrmania 10 lemi High School. Tho gymnasium clan at UiO Kaliki Club, taught by Mlu Coffin, lm been much enlarged by tho school girls. Miss McCaw, ttic third grade lowlier, vn III n few day this week. Mrs. Harris acted as substi tute for her. Honorn tovelt, who Tim attended tho IiIkIi school nt Doming for two ytaw, u attending the high school hire this year. Honl for tho Columbus Illgli School Orchestra. They have gone ns far n Alton llratll practicing on tho piano at recess and Kins; Farrar bringing his horn to school. The Columbus public schools op omsl Tuesday, September 2, with n large enrollment ana student aro still entering every day. Tho pros eat enrollment Is about 391. Winifred nartmlll. wlin tin heen etli'itilinit tho Silver City Normal BrlnMii for Iho past three years, has ilernlml In 'Ihro'W her lot In" with the Columns High Sch...

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 September 1919

THE C0LUMKJ8 COURllR T will Rive I'm MMlfi potto In ffold m ft nww lix- (4m w wh4 coavleWe, w psrly h bee tonwii In ts i ItewiWy, of ftnrsM utit Onttm P I, essilra P 0 L &sW brnwktl on loft tshej keen e Wt hllVB. 8. WrVCisrleXO, GsssJ bus. Now Mctka. M I'rucllcos fn All Court COLUMIIUS, NKW MEXICO Hie Onyx Theatre ' amiry ftf, Wesjicwi Ctoisswsy, iwwi w4 rrsnW. MAY AN MHNAY. rOTKMK MMN. WEIWAY r- ' . CowJy "A Luh n Minute" WKtrNKSMAY "Ke of Rfood" Theda Hnra Tills Is an cxtni.pjaod TMR CITY MARKET East lerowlway WtXtMlttAM All Kinds of Mcata VEGETABLES TrtUMtttlAY Wf V Horli)H KHAY Tempered Steel" BBWWWWTHTTII COLUMBUS Plumbing Co. DIMS Y(K)K WORK KKiHT without delay vi:iiv hkasonaiju: JOHN II. COX, Manager Located ' In Hiwnirnt Clark Hotel II. E. S1SCO LICENSED UNDEIITAKEII AM) EHUALMEIl East llroadwny Next U) Columbus Drug Co. LADY ASSISTANT c CARTER AT THE American Tailor Shop ulirn In tirrd of Flno tailoring, , Cleaning anil I'rrmlng Try its ami you will see. tho difference....

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 September 1919

THK CQLUMMJS COUMKIt Published Every Fritter Established In mi WILSON' KILOOIIE, Editor, I'ubllthcr, Owner. SUBSCRIPTION IUTE8 One loar $2.00 BIx Months . IjOO Three Months jso Ono ModIIi .--n,,... SZ ADVERTISING RATES. Oao insertion, per Inch........ 10c One nwiilli, per Inch .JtOe Clas'iiie.1 ads and reading notices, oik liner t Ion, to tent iter lino: by the month without chatifre of ri.y, 8 cents per line. Minimum clmrtif, SO cents. Entered at Uio postoffle at Co linibus, New Mexico At accond class mall matter. KDITOUIAL 1ARGRAPH1NGS INTERESTING AND OTHERWISE Tin woe you will find an en large! Courier fight pages. Next week there- will bo another Im provement. It will be noticeable. And then, sometime in tho near future, Columbus will have a real surprise a dally newspaper. Now, what do you think about lhatt Wo ho- traveled many mllea In Cali fornia and western stales In a ma- Hum- in the pail two years look ing for an opportunity to start or purchase a newspaper which met with ...

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 September 1919

4 .14, -2,. ri5k?-- golntnirnj fionfirf 'V UMAJMBUI, 'LUNA COUNTY, NW MEXICO, MKrTOlMKH X, . M). 15 Hero I your efeanca to havo a gooil ilwe ml at the mo lime h'olp render Die cowmwRy t crv- fco.,' Mf, 'Ocorro BrUm, Ihe wlfo of tho new Methodist pastor, Is plan ning to orgnlie a girls' chorus to lull primarily at Iho church ser vices, but nlio anywhere cite whero their service may bo asked. Plie Invites all girls of from ten to eighteen years to meet with her on, Sunday afternoon, Sepfember 28, at 3 o'clock In the Mclhodlil Church for organisation and a pre llirilnsry "sing." Any girl who can carry a luno and read tlio English langusga It invited to come. Mrs. Iiarton got the auggcallon to? a girls' choir somo months ago wtita vlslttnr n small church near her homo in Chicago, whero a group of young girls led the con gregational singing and rendered somo special music in a very pleas ing fashion. The freshness and sweetness of Ihclr. voices Impressed her to much thai sho resolvod the...

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 September 1919

tm cmmm cmmm mhm 5,0N Mtes Orpims in Sort fn Mang UK PnVMfK Of I MM IX - - I MeF&t National I&A htf MMwyNfft Art WaMaf Ff Awirim -Ttw 7S CtMpijii Urn to Mt TW Kwi . " Ctpit.1 25,ooo.bo . V' " Member of Federal Reserve System , A Group of Boys and Qlrli in the Tanntstee Oiptl.t Orphans Home n.ar Nainvllle who ara being eartd for and Iralnid for ussful Uvea. Doe your heart to out la ths Woithr ber and girl bereft by tbo Qrlm Ileaper of father and mother. and left alone In the world without tno rostcrlng car of Ihoie to whom they ara naturally moit dear In the worm r Then yon will nnderatand why Bowtiern Uaptlata hare eatabllihed orphanages In fiftoen statu, are raring for S.eeo such children In thota oome ana training them for useful Uvea In tho world. But lhfi bmH ! fa mill .. ability of theee Initltutlons to meet ii nana lire inousand children are being cared for In theia orphanage, there ara on tha aliln 1 1 .t t ti Imlllutloni fully fife thousand more uuaiiy wormy, tatberl...

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