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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 17 October 1919

nti oottrmus cotmnm wBiMywi '" " muiiw 'ZL ,' ' ' """"" W V an in 1 9FW tW itf Om atf Um jmUfos aswfct af Abjr vwifaif by ttfw Afeta HiJor hi 1 PBTffMI Mnl Mtts- JfcCk to 6M,af Jh fsusas of ttw msi- youflfs-lws prevent. Captki Crock er, of Die meifkai corps wm at hit bl wKh hk wealth of anec dote. Mid the ImjcMoc of (ha crowd could fee heard over the pott. NiM timet MeMiiffc, CaUtti M. M. Lee, and Phil O'CoflwII con tributed lartely fc Ute mirth of the evening with their stork or Pal and Nik and old totdlcr days. T This la ho last of a series of din nor given at the homo of Sergeant and Mrs. Jackson, who leave for Texas thla week. Tape was sound ing a Ilia guest took their leave. Thoie present wcro Mr. and Mm. I'lerco and baby, Mr and Mrs. I'hll O'Conncll and small son, Sergeant and Mrs. Underwood and baby, Captain M. M. Lee, MIm Nancy Mollugh, Sergeant and Mrs. Cro-Ut.-i, Carl Underwood, Captain and Mrs. Crocker, Miss Adah tiller and Bcrgcanl and Mrs. Jackson. Tho Thursday morning ...

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 October 1919

mum quatataneo will be his ono best as mI te hU aew venture As soon a teniMffit office aro secure his addfese wW be published ta tho Courier. Who over heard of a city with out iptrk.? Neil Kprlng for t new wattr ad sewage system. Ilead the oil newt; there Is l way something new. James E. Saunders U a nai Mibscribcr to the Courier. Six mile of highway were sur veyed In Luna county In September, Three applleatloni for building permit were made to Clerk Edwin Dean. Charles Bhoepf motored to Co lumbus last Thursday Dcinlng Oraphlo. Hundred of hunter were out this week and tomo good (hooting wn found Jcmo I.eo Bean of the Oal Ho tel, HI Paso, is a new lubscribcr to the Courier. Captain Kent A. Hunter, stationed In HI Paso. wa a welcome visitor last Monday. Before Cnlumbus spread out, the city father should make Initial preparation for a park. District Attorney J. 8. VaughL of Doming, last week renewed hi subscription to the Courier. If you have a house for rent put a r0-ccnt ad In the cl...

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. — 17 October 1919

CAPIN & SON News and Gossip of Camp Furtenf wwttw awp cnii v mum ammmtmiKxm nm rm. trm otvAunr vrkmAmr P CARTER " AT THE TAILORS & GENTS' FURNISHERS vey smInM) Vtmk iMr mmumn'. Mr aw... a ft l. fossa i m mwMh wlwwe he wm exeeerf.' k MMlriMi foal MSM ' t-J jr wesmmt news hi a htrfo Hawser of neo- Jm Ow Hosts' Stock yow tatferkf Mid Capin & Son H. G. CHERNIN, Manager. Jack s News Stand PAPERS MAGAZINES KINGS' CHOCOLATE Agent for Roi Tan Cigars GET SANITARY ICE CREAM I MtONC 23 E The finest product teat science can produce. All containers sterilized. Everything kept scrupulously clean and sanitary PHONE ORDERS GIVEN rnOMPT ATTKNTION JOHN L. HARRIS, - . Proprietor """ en rsTTFnwffffi t HHWllllllllltlHlllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli;f 1 PREWITT & PENDER Real Estate and Investments RENTS COLLECTED Solo Agents for Prewltt and West HrltjhU Additions. L Taft and Lima Streets P.O. Box 208 A saiitiiuiiiHillllillltlllliliiilililiilillililiiiiiiiltiiliiiiiiillillillll...

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. — 17 October 1919

PubliMwd Kv7 frWr . ' EstaMtsfe4 is wojilsfto ufcttao pradgce morolslstlllftr go hlglmr. ih&roUenldjyWUALIBil IM TUT, BABBCTCr-tj)lllll lllllUllllllKIlHI'iIIH'WUm rc4 moey ttta all ST the s&Vslono logical Way to olfcrlftsWin Charts K4ww Kuml!. kite-MI WILSON KILGORE, Editor, Publisher, Owner. SUBSCRIPTION RATR8 Onu Year W Bit Months Three Montbl Ono Month 1M ADVEliTlSlNtTHXtta: Ono Insertion, per Inch He Onn moLtli, per Inch. 3c Closslfled ailt and reading notice, one Insertion, io cent per line; by Ilia month without change of conv. 8 cent nor lino. Minimum charge, 60 cent. Entered at the posloOla at Co limbus, New Mexico as second class mall matter. presesl rovewM from taxation. Last yew to stale's school sec tions broiwM ta rovenuo lhl ut most paid one-half of the stale's bill for puMio education. A few big oil wort oa Ui sections would produce so much money that school Uzei coma m eliminated In New Mexico and we could whittle at tho cost of school busses, slntlng teach e...

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. — 17 October 1919

n I Hie cmmua mmmm HO! YOU SOURER BOYS THAT WERE! K DOMES ON! Oh, Iteyi "gem SfMd" a4 wry one sleep l Wfcest the llttto o4d littir aavswts.snth and ethlc (h cf I Mi Masttti roWa aresmd then come our partjr at Albuquerque, Tlioso are the dates Hurt the Amer ican Legion put . on Iho final punch M.4 rtVenglh teto tlio Btato organlrallon and over it will go and with o. bans;. The progress? Well, thero l somo work with a big wad of play tu(T thrown in and tlio re port! of tlio play that comes from the Dukes city arc fast and furious. On tho first day, tho Governor It going to Inubo au address of wel coino to tho dclcgatea and Contain Leonard Matlock of border fame It expected to be present and tell us how he cheated the bandits out of a bunch of cart whirls when the gang across the border tried to put ono over on the American army. In tho afternoon our gang are supposed to pet together at tho Court Homo and dedicate monument to tho fellows that died, in tho service from Ilcroa llllo coun...

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. — 17 October 1919

the cmmtm ctmm await ckm. There k reoi foe moro m Una etae, m we eerstttH ta- vl ttvo ymMff mea o ttto lawn mm! CMS$1 lo 99M MM! jttttt iwMp 11.. r. wttt Nl Hg K lely fc-eaa Mm etwrlmsatal viewport. Wo wera tM to hve mtek te4 anitaWa tart Bdft', m4 fcetx lo oe a constant Imriaao ta Hw itd uf tlio tfwtrcf ttott. Bcc I ho MtthodhH it tho only Proteaiftnt church in town holAmg rwsjtttar Sunday morning services, we feel at liberty to extend an lHvHUofl to everybody to come ami worship with ua. Goltcn out of the habit of going to church, you say? Oct back Into It, wo aayl You will al ways flnil a cordial welcome await log you at tho Methodist Church. Tho girls' choir will meet at 4 p. m. Monday to practice, Instead ot S. Tills will make It possible for tho girls to como directly from tho school, and will mako It easier for them lo remember tho meeting. The Sunday school is making an advance In attendance. Captain Howard had a much Interested group of bays around him last Bun ilay, some o...

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 October 1919

- . . (l . ,yt,i5 nmn i.wtt oauimf, j wico, iliu m, w. wo, at ; - - - , EtetsCnMNk as KsSecntafrt Wednesday evening U (MumImm Chamber of Commsree mi In special scssfeti at the Wr Cent) Community Berylee bulk he te election of a jwnmmwt secretary lo fttl Hw vneancy eauaod by Uhs departure of W. . Molt for Lord burg. N. M. Tho meeting was celled to order by Terapors-ry Chairmen Taylor, who, In an address, sintcd the pur pose of the- called session. Short talks wero mad by various mem bers and moral names wcro men tioned who In tho opinion of the nominators could All tho position "with crvdH. Among them were Messrs, Hampton, Taylor, Craddock, Murpliy ami KilgOrc. It was Wk consensu of opinion that Mr. Craddock was tho proper ono to represent tho Chamber of Commerce as Its secretary and after a ballot Mr. Craddock was duly clio. en. A committee of two, Messrs. Man ia res and Kllgnre was appointed to draw up n conslllullon and.by-laws and present them at the next meet ing, which will In ...

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. — 24 October 1919

lilt ONLUMBV8 CXXflrtfc Slate Page! Itews from Other Cities -I,-VeiSV 04 -.Sir-iWfd H reeHVed here yetenay thai Isnro RulewKfoHo bitmstltig to WrhUwas ImmH'INMK naiil lhatVwfPues! a irtt Circuit Uu sow. otv tH -tMtHfeft TVT 1 ram. of Mm tsMti farm in tfee valley mMI Iff RkWVMM Wnl MHWO here wttst kit family at Mice ad of Kk frlm turn Mfetewl wkH Mte Hem fa this seeUesi of Urt state. Wins. Ilirir WNatrWeHitttaVaVtt Tho School of Mines at Socorro Is:, crowded to capacity,- acoc4ta W'H. . llobart, aulttant state est giiK-er. Many disabled soldiers are 'altendimr, taking a hori -course 4Iil eimineering. II bat become nccsxuary 10 convert the upper story of Hie Mill building Into 1 dor;nltry. A number of knock ilewn building havo been brought in from Oie Kelley Mining Camp n provido accommodations. C T. IbVwa, n regent, arranged for this. SrtN Lrmon Kvtrnct for IIikiic; Fined. AHwinueraue, Oct. 21. I'lclro Zllo, m runs a grocery store Smith First Street, recently pleaded guilty te on Ind...

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. — 24 October 1919

TUB ftttemiit Ammunition Steal for m A arts ayiHlttate with operations I caiinsj ever (Mr pst itr ys M bim khmy robWjr aarf totttfwrt M phnw fcr a emrafm MhlavMWwt ef Um tm to stl O'otted IWm MMMtmlUaa tor tub Mawsjariiisg la Villa twtw, wm revMd to n mm MeSMOSy Fwar miwtiri of Um tret are m Ja4l. They wore arretted itl k etown-lwn ImM Sunday night fetter mi (tempted hoWufi had htm frustrate!. Dorothy Hewfcer, 17 yeM old, tlio week Httk In Mm' chain, Woke down Monday aeeortHna; to De l cell vb Bcrgeat Claude Stnttli, end related operation of (lie Rang. , E. George, (B years old, a eol dlcr stationed at Fort Biles, and .alleged lo be om of the member 6 (ho (met, confronted by (he Jiowker airl'a coHfeaslen, admitted complicity, according lo (he do tub future er on A nationally prominent oil mn says: "The fear of a possible ovcr-oxpanilon of (ho nil Industry Is not tell baaed. Last year Hit U, H. produced 311,060,080 barrels of oil, but this was 42,090,060 bar rels short of consumption...

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. — 24 October 1919

MMMMMMMMMHI THIS " CaMJTM BITS OOtflUIMl WILSON XlLOOftE, KdHor, Wltiirt Owwr, "trlU ..Tha opo lono' specimen of kim&n-jfy tfcal does not belong to a uweii, fraternal, or ptoicss kHt jagsiilaattoi l iho. man you meet with long hair or lhoman without a home or country. OfMi Year .. . U.M Six Month 1.M Three, S6Uhi Om MoaMi . ADVERTISING RATES, One Insertion, ncr Ineh ... We One moMh. rcr Inch 36? Classified ada and reading ri&Uccs, oni insertion. 10 cents per line; by the month, without change of copy. 8 cent per am. Minimum charge, BO cent. Entered at the poatoBo at Co- Rmbus, New Mexico a aeeond clas mall matter. Hooicvelt memorial week, Octo ber 20-27. 11 used to bo that atrlke agitator wcro blamed for fomenting lrlke Present occurence how evcral cases where tlio men have gone on atrlke against tho order of their chief. Shaking of demobilisation, when do the typewriter general and colonel at Washington lay down their armt WHEN KJNttS CMK VER. The vWt of the royal family nf...

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. — 24 October 1919

Openings iiTotuffltw Worth WW 33 V3ffrfc 4 7ufMr Iwtwtw 1 Jayfd'Loaaw te taw GvSain rtp .ree'cBtallve of Urt ttte M Co. No aow h good wsws that ( Ike iltuMkm la regard to tho Valley Oil' well till week, .tZcfio JotiMOR hi a IW leather . corlrlilf) belt full or hlla. The - glmtjitCMoa I on. , a&&&t ' ' vard(iy W. Bpcriccr, oralwh'lo u L pcrlnteiulcat of the puMUrechoot , has. gone to Montana. ' -.TkY a look at Uio movie ad In IhoVCouricr. Wg doing at both houses tho rest of till week and next. sjUuIek touring car ran ofT "the grade" Into ' Uio arroya Monday. Nojone hurt and slight damage to inqcar. IJIero'a a Job for a seamstress ,'1'tio. U. 8. government wanta one att.Camj. Furlong. See the classified ad column. .ACaptaln J, A. Wagner, district inuTrlerinas'tcr, returned to K f lasoMondey after an Inspection al wmp fur long. 'Tliero U a aurpriso coming toon In record" hi mines' ahd mining In (fid Trt-s Hermanls mountains, ten miles from Columbus. The llov. Mr, Wachools o...

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. — 24 October 1919

News and Gossip of Camp Furlong 0MMMTCMMLVT8 FW TIMS 12TW CAVALMV WTAMMM" to practice is cvldcnco In the public or efficiency, (kill and honesty, at tho physical wllfaro of tho people take precedence over all oilier matters. Au acUvo campaign of education te ths Interest of mouth hygiene It bo kg fostered by tho amy medi cal detarUMftt, "Come Ckan" la tho tlilo of a thrco reel picture '.ml lecture prepared by Major Ionard 0. Mitchell, Dental corps, which will bo crculaled by tho Interior Department and other or sanitations In the hopo of convlnc lug people of tho necessity of caring for their leclh. The Surgeon General of the-Army and an Increasingly largo number of Americas leading surgeons, pathologists and research men now recognise the diseased mouth ami teeth as causative factors of many of the serious diseases of the Ixtdy It Is pointed out In the picture that the unclean and diseased mouth In Its relation to systematic diseases Is ono of the most serious hcallh problems which...

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. — 24 October 1919

4 News and Gossip of Camp Furlong warm and maxim mutant mmmmmtin rm im m cavalhy wrAw.mr OKNBML Mm nawMU. Squadron tsrgsaat )sar Marry L. feottM at fert MIm, whf ha m tlmo o from ftelmM Keautyiar iers (We . Jtotwe bhoutd wor ry m Johiwy 1 ffetUfiC ki trim for the fwoUxtll team, and believo ut Johnny U unw player, Colonel Ocorg-o W. Uicglcr, I2lli Cavalry, It on an official business (rip at Doming, N. M. Tho Colonel U president of a board of officer appointed to letllo and Investigate claim made by clvlllaln of Dcmlng nnd near by( for damago of private properly. Tho Courier now a daya looka Ilka and read Ilka a regular newspaper. l)y gosh, wo hato to aay It, but It used to look Ilka a band bill for a department aloro advertisement, but now it Ii a regular paper. The peo ple of Columbua ahould bo proud of tho Improvement and do all they can to aupply the rdltor with new. Uood luck to you, Mr. Kllgoro, your improvement la moat noticeable Lieutenant Thomas, who was transferred to tho 13...

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. — 24 October 1919

HMPtl.AH MNDAY SCKtKH, IX vr WM in the community w)M ta m( MtowKaff Sunday mW&oI mmI Msjicsatt-f every ekM f Map tlt psjfiMasjg neeent a4 tve W Oiurch Mit itefHhr mm I, Oct X from if to 11 o'clock tor the KnlMU of a IfeflM Siuntay mKooI. The word "child" licro means sy rM all aes under IW year old mm) taclude every adult who l k feptlt or U In sym- pailiy WHN UM Baptist wCc Enough members have already tceii secured to Injure a good at tendance. Come and bring eomo one else with you and we will haw a live permanent organisation. Even though wo have not yet accural a paxtor that U all the more reaMn why wo ihould meet at least once a week for scripture study In the Sunday school for the Sunday school la the teaching lervlce of tho eiiurch. Wherefore If wo would win our young people for Christ and see them eternally saved without any polbllily of fall-thereby mak ing mem nt subjects for baptism, church membership and missionary work for tho Lord wo must reach them by leaching them ...

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. — 31 October 1919

WW Q8UMM.H, LUNA MIW MKMOt, OCTMHI H, MM No. 23 v., EI Paso to Phoenix Road Race Starts Sunday, a.m. The mtMh advetiked and Wg jwrse Bt Paso to Pkocitlx md raco la now die topic of conversa tion. The mo eUrla at 0 o'clock a, m. Suwsay utornlH. Forty-four ers are .Me red, and f7,M6 will bo riven Uto winner, W.WIO (0 tho icc ed arf ,Oo to te M8sNumer oui other prizes rfll be awMsjl by dealers in aceesssfles. 0. J. Tyson, rosjwitly of the U. 8. army and now werkjw In a camp ffarefc, wbo hai maMfrlends both In camp and In tho crWhss tnado application for a permit to drive in tho famou El Paoo-Phocnlx road race, and tits many friend here are fcetttag Uial bo will be In on one of the 'seven prizes, lie will drive a Pathfinder. Tho start Is fntm El Paso to Dom ing, Lo'rdsburg, Rodos, Douglas, Mis bee, Tombstone, Tucson, Florence, Mm, Tcmjlld 'and Phoenlr 5W.8 ,' A company of Texas rangers, eempany of military police and a largo number of deputy Midriffs will bo used to keep tno courso clea...

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. — 31 October 1919

State Page! NeWs from Other Cities 8m4 F.o M. M4t Oct Mj-Slx auctbfts of stale lMl are row Iwi ln ascribed by State Lad Cow mlmloBfr Nelson A. Ftetti to lake ilaco (taring the moWw of Jaury ami February next, The sln are In a many coiMtle attil are sum marised from the oflcW adver tisement a ollqwa: Curry county: at Clovls, Jaury 0, two full sections of school Uwd, sold separately; minimum price 1 10 per acre. San Miguel county: At Laa Vegas, January 13, ono ulo of ltX) acres of school land, minimum price f 10 and one sulo of 320 acre of land of the 3 minimum value. Eddy rounly; At Carlsbad, Jan uary 0, one sate of COO acres with tmprocmcnta. Including residence. Karaite, barns, 2 artesian wells, or chards, forest trees, etc, appraised in value at 00,000. Minimum price of track Is $10 per aero and the successful bidder pays for Iho Im provements. Also 80 acres of min imum 15 land; two tracts of 10 land of 3C0 and 80 acres, respect ively, and one sate of land having minimum value of ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 31 October 1919

WES OOUMOHB OM9SOBB flirts smiiiw iifssssi8fc m ' RMltwDSCnN pSnft far JUdMl WMthtoBridp "iM'to H lo (fatal riftei mm hm rll uw awl when tt smrpaa I 1I4M U UhM Uw 4N4MM e" Colmafeus U prtm f0MmtrMM tH Mm Yiltafe TrtM- to balki a eoricrafa Keldsro mnm arroy. a( (fee rirtt Mrwi Seuth and fteemd eir'eel WeM ftM ewwhMtM that iJrucluro ,39 ffl wU wm aulrl Ww MMeW4r m tM vIMasw fumfc wcrA low. iKalerprlalng buatecaa m arousd ttat Mellon decided ttiat 30 feel wm not enough, a-nd that M fed wm more desirable and started an atlMlon thai resulted I n an M foot rtruclurq Jnttcad of 30. 5 And Iho peculiar part of the ac IJon ww that the additional width waa secured by prlvato aubscrlp tlon. , Duo credit ii not extended (0 any particular one. They all desorvo tho credit. A committee of volun fecra waa lecurcd to canvass tho neighborhood and tho cash waa col lected' on the apot and turned over to tho Village Trustees. Following Is tho Hit! We, tho undersigned, do hereby suhscribo tho nmounli ael ...

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. — 31 October 1919

TMK COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday Established in 1D0& WILSON KlLGOrtE, Editor, Publisher, Owner. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year 12.00 Bit Month! IM Three Months ................. 0 One M unth .25 ADVERTISING RATES. Ono Insertion, per Inch-.. iOe Ono mor.lh, per Inch........... .SOe Classified ads and reading notices, ono Insertion, iO cents per line; by tho month without change of copy, 8 vents per line. Minimum charge, 60 cents. Entered at the postotOe at Co- Simtms, New Mexico as second class mall matter. TOO MUCH STANDING PAT. The policy of "standing par may he an admirable one at times, but In the present Industrial upheaval It Is apparently being carried to ex tremcs, Tho steel slriko Is a fair lllustra lion. Judge Oary In tho beginning as sumcd a sphinxliko attitude, refused to meet the labor people for a con ference, and has slnro been stand lug Wt The strlko leaders are In a de fiant mood and are also standing pat. The public Is holding the bag and Is wondering If...

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. — 31 October 1919

mt ommmm comtut V. Newsy Items of General Interest ffi-'st? r jpimiMlMfi 1 1 Ctmii F long H k tVe third lrgo theater S , TKe jet serlnit of tho Courier I fchtMtbig 1 hours a day & - ..Th ImmUII Btwo Wednesday at t , eati was a reI tame $Vrtd Sherman and J. a Kerr mo- tared from Dcmlng Monday. ; . - ;.Thfl toxin contests at camp g Bkurdjr wero well attended. f Notice tho largo Hupmobile ad in f UiU Issue. It will Interest you. . . Golumbua his bees represented ' the pail week by a mayor pro tcm. Columbus haa moro movie houses than any city of IU alio In llio west. jj Saturday, November It, will bo ob nerved a armesllco day throughout i the land. Dwellers In framo collages arc hustling around looking for warmer residences. 'Vrsfkrogcr left Wednesday a. m,' for" San Antonio to visit her mother and alaler. Arthur Utoch's boltllng worka Is fh busy place theae days and this Is ";hls off season. If you have a homo or oven a room to rent advertise It In the claaslflcd ad columns. The La...

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. — 31 October 1919

TIME COCilMMNH CQCMM School Hms if ariTMrhrats MiH Coffin aftd Mrt. Hsrrls and MUa MeCaw wcro visitor In Dem Friday. Mitt Vera Oiadborn who ha been keeping books tt tho Ico plant has returned to tho high school. Wo havo an entirely new set ot school rule since our new Super intendent took charge Wonder why alt tho teachers moved tho first? Ilccauto It Is cheaper to keep house than la pay lward. Winirrcd Cartmlll, Scnora Lovett and Mcrlo Vinson accompanied by Corn, Geo. E. Williams and Duster Vinson motored to Dcmtng last Sunday. Tlio pupils aro In very high spirits over their new Superintend flit, Miss Coffin, and aro very welt pleased with their new teacher, Mrs. Harris. The girls of tho high school gave n candy salo on October SO, and collected SAW. The funds were put loward a good cause, a basket ball for tho school. Tho boys havo organized a junior and high school basket ball team. A gamo will soon bo played be tween tho girls and boys ot the high school. Here's hoping the girls...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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