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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 31 October 1919

tub coiAmwm cotmiav R VWsp Trustees Trasact Usual The 8erd of TruaiM al ia reg ular teaeloo, Major J. M. NMr ab soM mm! Tnia Kvmm, Xlln ad Tracy a" frftt. MHWa by Tracy m) aeod by Kvmm (Mt Klein Mi m mtfor pro (cm. Matte carried. The minute ot I Ml meeting were read and approved, aflor which tho following bllld were presented; Alberto Rkbank tU;38 H. L. hmtoa '. 14,10 CoktmfeiM Drt) Co... . 1.10 Columfcu Courier . 024 Motion was mado by Truitee Tracy and seconded by Trusioo Ev ans that alt bills bo allowed and warrants ordered Issued for the wwno, H.J. Evans Yes II, 0. Tracy . Yci MMIon by Evans and second by Tracy thai V. L. Plcpmelcr bo offi cially, awarded tli contract for an dghly-foqlbrldga for tlfiSB and the commltlco bo Instructed to draw up a contract. A. J. Evans Yes 11. 0. Tracy , Yes Wm. Klein . Yes Motion by Tracy and second by Evan that Klein and Evans bo ap pointed a committeo to sco J. J. Clark in regards to water pipe. Mo tion carried. Ordinance No..5l was read for t...

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. — 31 October 1919

Firta Mafe by NnKfupr Mil 8. F. Ralcntinc. former ncwpaper man, formerly on (ho El Paso Morning- Times, and an organizer of (he Hanger Oil & Has Company, is ono iif the forlunato ones or tlio oil busi ness, lay (lio Fori Worth Hcconl. llalentlno liM run n shoestring Into a tannery, as tlny say on (he (urf, In less lhan ono year's lime, Ills iuc cess Illustrates tho marvelous op porlunltles of (ho oil business. Less llian ono year ago B. F. Ralcnllno left HI lax) and went to Ranger to rover tho oil fields for a string of newspapers. Ho was "long" on worldly expo rienco but "short" on financial cap ital, hut "short" on financial cop ing himself Into (ho good will of pcoplo ho met and as Indefatigable disposition to work early and late. coupled with bono sense and a keen estimate of mm and values Theso assets aro what count In the nil fields, where men aro Judged on thoir individual merits, llalcnllno pitched his tent In flan per about the time (ho field was getting good, Ho prepar...

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. — 7 November 1919

' """ imimmmm GMA.TMM, LUNA AlxfBjBjaV sjM4 atifiissuft uamu. m wW ej ","- "'j i V 1 1 J .w 4t Ivm No. 21 4'. The Bowtl f TinrttM with . i u!r MMhm, Mm j, Mr Trustac Kvmm, Fr4rMMM. JUuta wwj iracy Mta tttHuL The minute wm rd mi u t roved, after whMi (bo foWewla Mil were pren4l: : 3ack 1reen, marital ( nM u It. noger, deputy mrhl MOjW T. J. Cole, off tee r ,.... tto Edsvta 0. Deft, eerlc 50.80 H. L. WRten, vMefl employe (MM ;. A. Fre4erlke, M . . $M Fwsvorth, 0hnMh C. hmm HJt a. Tttcrkton, pluwsiiisg 7fM Bon Don, fee- prifHir 8.10 N. T. YtrbovHfi, hy l.Q ooiumtms Courier ...... 6.M Rio Onwido Ml Co, o B.W J. H.' Breen, help 340 Motion by Trk Klein im4 sec- ' J$ 'Troy, Wil H MM be ftHewwl 4M4 (warranto pnJercd HmmH tor .f8m Motion crrld. Vowmm AFrederlckson Yc A,rEVn Ym M0. Tracy ..Ye W. M. Klein Yc J. 8. Heed' application for build ing permit wa read. Mm. J. M. Thomas' application for building permit w read. 0. W, Evan' application for build Ing permit was read. Oscar Campbell' appli...

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. — 7 November 1919

FKIDAY, fWVKMWW. 7, (. KUMITWO Tim ootvtfftus axttta State Page ! Here, There, Everywhere Matta AwKter stows! Sarfowt has ilHnl Mm VM-tetw bortls of Coun ts Comwtasiimcni irf UiV) tto tut tevtf fee ttHjfew a fottow: i rcssseelfiMi'y reuert that you causo a levy of three and one-half mills on the dollar-lo bfS mado upon Millie taaaMe property within your county, the tamo when collected to bo turned Into Iho stato treasury lu the credit of tho eighth fiscal year. "I also respectfully request that you cause a levy of one mill on the dollar to b5 made upon the assessed valuation of alt cattle, hones, nmlei and asses within your county, the same when collected to be turned Into tho stato treasury to the credit of the cattlo Indemnity fund. "I also respectfully request that you cause a levy of five mills on tlx dollar to bo mado UKn the assessed valuation of all sheep within your county, the aamo when collected tc Iw turned into tho sheep aanltar fund. -1 also respectfully request Uiat yo...

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. — 7 November 1919

WMWilWI Will .1.""' ran With SMbd Had till MM Nr Ms ketly tn Kt to Times) Yawkers, N. Y-"Wht i Oiom bmtk ismer imsl a M of oihr cheti MM ttoUir Ih tt In M eweil ho tel ttmU surroiHHfed by every luxury lM dm m,m or mora In com a year could affwd. "If you're my manager It's your MtsmeM lo atop theso fresh guys from roMtlH me. If I read any moro such rouU I'll glvo you (he gale," continued Iho o tailed boxer as ho puffed the blue smoko from his cxpcnslvo Turkish clgarelto. ?5. "You can't blamo me, Champ. You know tho paper writers aro soro on you for turning down that 120,000 offer for a decision bout," answered the humiliated manager softly. "Hang these pikers I Do they think I'm going to risk, my titlo for a few thousand dollar,? Not on your life; I don't over Intend boxing again whera soma bum referee can hand. my championship over to somo gvy on points. What a boob I'd bo, ch?" "But we. can't announco Ibat, that would only start 'cm roasting all tho morn, Tlio only way Is lo keep s...

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. — 7 November 1919

- . glUDAV, fr)Vr,M4sy 1 7, Mi, I,OK FOUR lit coOlMiKis cokmm. HIE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday Established tn (006 WIL80X KILOOflB, Kdltor, Publisher, Ownsr. SUBSCMPTION HATES Oho Year 2.00 Bit Months'., 1.00 Three Months 0 One Month JS purchased at will. They should ho accesslbla only through the medium of a practicing physician, and thru should be kept under lock and key. The person who employs Ihcso drugs with criminal Intent should meet with swift ad drasllo punish merit commensurato with the crime, and no maudlin sentiment should'be permitted to interfere. Flirting with death haa become en tirely too frequent in this country. It is llmo for tho punishment to fit the crlmo. ADVEIITISINO. ItATES. One Insertion, per Inch....t0o One moLth, per Inch 30c Classified ads and reading notices, ono insertion, 10 cenU per line; by Uie month without change of copy, 3 cents per line. Minimum charge, CO cents. Entered at tho potloffle at Co timbus, New Mexico as second class mall ...

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. — 7 November 1919

c e' c. swrriNfl. There W Im. n MM few of the Co. 1 r TT4TtnTWPi' ArvlWHff , fcolumfctM U to have a Hew (eta .jjHfcvoiyem nttteti tho cw Fowls "TCiSKff l1? Waclupwil after a alwJJwookV vaUon. ' fyjm , ' , -AutomoWlee (n Columbus ro In creasing ta Bumker. ' ..Oucnther'a fmwHi chocolates at the! Parlor' Dru Store. ' ."Tho Opyx Cafojiis been deeoralef. U Is a busy placo these days. L' ,umwvimn ubiitimiiii ui urillllltf, .was, in ixnumsus wctmesuay, hJ)L Drown Is the new pharmacist .al Oyf. Powers' drug store. . H.lyou want "good" printing the ; unincrjou onico is me, piaee. .. Hubert Lane, United Btates deput) marshaji jwas in Uio city Monday. T$src Is prlnUng and printing, III '.clfcnpcit.lj the cosUlosl In the end. iffis&'rmiriler cases from Columbus 'will, bo tried out In Denting neit .,wcck. . jeweler McCurdy will soon mov( ,mtoXiil ' now store adjoining tin ppelofTlcc. ' Largo number of Columbus folk' werg In Doming Bunday morning tt sco the auto race. . Prediction! arc freely...

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. — 7 November 1919

nWDAY, NOVSMWKR 7, 1919. TKK COLUMBUS CtKJfHH Phttnix Road innvnm www RactWuiqr While (lie fattest tlmo over madj wu recorded bolwcwl El Paso Mid l'hoonlt, the doth record was ap- nallintr. three Uvea being lost. Of tho 41 cart which faced the starter al El I'aso Sunday morning ft total of 10 finished Monday after noon in the third Uordcrland road rare behind Hugh Miller of Phoenix, winner of the 191 1 clastic who act an average pace of II J miles per hour for tho entire distance. Tho race was overcast by three tragic deaths, the first occuring a short distance out of El Paso when John llulchlngs, driver of No. 10, was shot in the back from the roaiMdo. 8. 0. Hottorff, president of tho West Texas Motor company of LI Paso, driving No. 32, and his mechanic, Floyd llrown, were killed when their car overturned at Vail, Aril, while going al high speed Monday morning, The victory of Millar Justifies the opinions of those who prior to the raco di'dared that the ovent would tie won by a fou...

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. — 7 November 1919

I- a " , . 11 " ttift CltMVt COVtttKK PA08 SWVKM Hiws and Gossip of Camp Furlong wm rtm tmr tw havm mv "wrmn, We sum him tottta of futmy ttorlst afcwst but a yttsitt: .Mtow (wfco Of Wt) MM if we aro nAtsi Mtjlitt! k Gew Burr's putiWhel m the Mtfwlfio onOUed: a numifer tho Irk, proved ho wkj reH fl write- up. a Isjo of Amelia Out Lcjok Father O'fthca wan his regiment's pride, Sturdy, flno lad of (tie emerald act), 1 Like heroes they fought and llko children they died, Willi their padro betides them, to help them to God. four times court-martialed (or Hiking his life In no-mant-land, seeking his lost whero tney lay. They aro my sons as tlio church Is my wire. And I cover will fall them, said Father O'Shea. Tlfey were called for their turn In the lerrllilo drive, And Ihu padre went up wllli his hoys o tho town Where host upon host passed their last nluht alive, Ah. tho few that cainu back where tho many went downl Ho had looked in tlioso simple young hearts to the deep, llij had shrive...

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. — 7 November 1919

TAor, water AHA'dliVG ADVENTURE tffV&V AVIATOR IN THE CXOUDl Flying over the city of Ohenl i an altitude or 3,000 feet, and suddon ly dropping and turning turtle through epaco directly over n tre mendous exploding bomb which wai riling to meet them, was ono of the many astonishing tiealr breadth es rape from death experienced by Lieutenant O. I. Kilmer, who Is in Albuquerque, recruiting for tho na val aviation service "It wan during the last Belgian drive, said Lieutenant Kilmer, who rrved (mm July, IUIH to February lull), with the British night bomb squadron. .No. 21 1 llandley Polgu.' Four machine, each receiving sep arate orders, and officially and hwuriiiuf nettialiy knowing noth ing of tin pretence of oilier planet, w.re detailed to lly at different alti tude over the attacked city. Ohenl wax the moil strongly fortified Or nian stronghold In Ilelglum. We wore Hying nt an altitude of G.000 feel, carrying three 550 pound lmmln; below in wero other plane carrying sittccn 112 p...

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. — 14 November 1919

4 fflonfief PR sY'.; VC JX. BfrtMiiiiiiTiifciit w w wwpmn w i www Nw Letse of Life , Wettn??dy nJghC what svas irj)b obly ono Of tho most enlhuslastie oml harmonious meetings ever held of tho Columbus CUttAer or Com merce was catted to orikr In tho W. C. C. S. building on Unit strceL A goodly gathering of tho representa Uvo men of polumbui were there. At. J I was a tort, of reorgsnltatlon inocllngT many Important, changes were mailn which will undoubtedly rcdound to Ilia credit of the organl lotion In tho future. President J. It. Iilalr of tho Column bus Chamber of Commerce prcshlcd and V. a Franklin acted as secre tary. Hy-laws were adopted similar in many respects to those which hit now in use In tho city of Albu querque. Two new members were, added tc . the old tioanl to conform Willi thr new by-laws, namely CvW. Franklin, cashier nf tho First National Hunk, .and Wllion -KUcore, editor of the uiiumuu courier. .The old method of memhcrslili . whereby any mrmbyr.could lake on' as m...

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. — 14 November 1919

FAuK TWO. UMMt COtftOM 14, IWI. 4. A Indrii Bns--- AHmtlwue. X. at. Xnv T. tiMtfe ai Hn VorfM-JcnM mine at jalrtlSa)4 Tti eem4r,wM burned v4ipi-U (tta re to determine WMther H wa of hicewiHary origin. Mtoer. In te twf ro largely nl Bemteti rtrelIon aad Seaaith. American, but they did not go on strike, Tbii I Ibe Orl trouble of aar ri in New Mexico mines alnee the rtrike began. There Is steady Improvement in mice condition throughout the New Mexico field and a continual Increase in output Oovcrnor Lar- raxnlo declared Inday Sheriff Armio has gone to Madrid 10 investigate. The camp ia aljoul thirty mile from Santa Ie. The mlnera in thii camp are largely BpauUb-Amerlran and did not g out on the strike order. The Koebler mine, the large! pro ducer or the St Lculi. rtockr Moun tain Pacific It now uotUrut with full force, a l another of this company s mines. At Dawson 21 men haw been ailded to the force. No disturbance has occurred anywhere In Colfax county. Production of th Gallup field ...

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. — 14 November 1919

j PMOt ML tub oountMK cotmtnt iSji U, FFRIDAV, NOVJBMn iftie 3 Ex-Soldiers Killed While Parading CMraMask, Jtafetin Day Parade Emtt in Trapoy af tbim; Sliats Win iM Frem L W. W. Hnriqanrtars. Mttatlfe, Wash, Nov. i (-Three fomw Aasiritan aoMfan, Warren Grbum, 8Mrlk tilmr Arthur Nettlfr, Cewtealk pWmeW, awl ht Ctrmta, Ovuwm veterans, were killed hero today ami a half a dosen othor service men were wewMted whm person believed to beSlnduatrlal Workers or the World fired on an Armistice pay parade of former soldiers, sailors and ma rine. CftMertmfe, Ccnlralla reel es wamandlod several hour trier Early tonight a mob carrying ropes surrounded llio Ccnlralla Jell where six Indiulrisl Workers or tho World wero confined, Hie Jell was guarded by former soldiers who had donned Iholr uniforms today for the parade. Other former soldiers were doing picket duty tonight In all parts of the city. Karly tonight tho lint of wounded stood as follows) Dalo Hubbard, Centralis, shot four limes, probably w...

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. — 14 November 1919

paokfour FFR1DAY, NOVEMAKR1tflft TH1! CGLIUMWT8 COURIER Published Every Friday Established in I WO WILSON KlLOOrtE, Editor, Publisher, Ownr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Onw Year 12.00 Six Months . tJ Three Months J50 Ono Month . 0 ADVERTISING RATES. Ono insertion, per Inch........ We One moUh, per inch 3t)' Classified ads and reading notices. ono insertion, (0 cents per line by (ho month without change of copy, 8 cenU per line. Minimum charge, CO cents. Entered at tho postoulo l Co tuubus. Now Mexico as second clan mall matter. THE Will, MENACE. It is not organized labor that Is threatening the future, of tills coun try. Neither is It tho Insallato greed or capitalism. Without organliation labor would ! underpaid and underfed. Wiihmil tho capltaiiit there would W no adequate avenues for tho cm lln)'miil of isbor. Both must survive. Dot tho menace with which wr motl oepe Is tho alien paraiste wlic has fattened himself on organized labor and Is dally eating of the heart of the great American r...

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. — 14 November 1919

fmoay, yanrnm it, iei9 the coumwvm comuni 1'aob nvE heWomansShop Her you may find jut t what you want in the line of styl ish hats, durable and econom ical, for winter wear. Every thing in LADIES' READY-TO WEAR We are hereto stav, striving to make this store a real Woman's Shopthe place in Columbus for everything for ladies. EDWARDS A SOMMER East Broadway. Props. Brief Items of Interest! Saturday last allowed fa a mi&A homo rintwfthttiiiine (ho IwIcmmI weather. The picture wore wowicr- rul, The pupil of the public cliooi will lmo u floe; to lc proud of. They m, have hitich chance (u gue Sunday monilnff. Ttio riawl Han scl- lied iiio question. I. W, I'lcrco, the well-known dairyman, departed yesterday for Blicllcy, Idaho. Ha ay ho will re- got out in tin world of flnanco and, lum al come future time, 1ml mean- inodc the citizens "kick In." A r.ealjwlillo wishes lo thank hit many auin wtis raised. friends and natron for their good wishes and patronage. Hired carnival Is coming in ...

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. — 14 November 1919

HID-VV. NOVKMBRR U, 1019 cpcioaoaooocioQ SEJtEiE" pw ran MNI'S CMKECTMKRY c.iuronst.i (kOCOLATE Snor (Jkxiolates The Palace Market FIVE MEATS AND GROCERIES Joh Bros. nson For Sale all kinds of Second hand Lumber afei tows i YMws at Deminf, N. M. LEE HOWARD II. E. SISCO LIUiaSKD UNDERTAKEH AM) EMIIALMEIt East Broadway Next to Columbia Drug Co. LADY ASSISTANT FOR Dairy Lunch Milk, Cream, Buttrtmilk CALL AT THE Peach I Peach Milk Parlor EAGLE CAFE Clark Hotel Block CHOP SUEY AND NOODLES ON SHOUT OKDEIt EveryUihig Flrst-Claw cky Tiger UN. W. C, FIELD -PHYSICIAN AtfD SURGEON tnUr. Marshall Former Office " ' Phono 40 COtUMHUB, NEW MEXICO Latest Boxing Contests H'HXW: MGNAN kg TO SGT A CRVCK AT TMtC CMAMTON New York, Nov. 11. It li now defi nitely slated that tlio delo of Jack Dcmpaey'a first fight at heavyweight champion of the world is to bo un December 5. Tlic place Is to bo New ark, N. J, and the bout If to be tnjrl al tho First llcglmcnt Armory under tho auspices of the Newark Sportsm...

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. — 14 November 1919

Itews and Gossip of Camp Furlong BY T Iwjlffisjiiwwi ii Mt4 Dm lw6c TWS iMfrMM m camped 1st a wild aSsTmw iriareri with tho TIio CokHHl, a lolly food Cavalry ! Ttiouhl "Wablcs" were blowing; aroukt) wkh a audio Turriej sleepily over and smiled, "J gucir 'K That.buler has been drinking, more orleM." A veteran coplaln who'd heard war's alarm!; 8i)'ranjlflto hl (rouieri and yelled The. sky, pilot robed In pajamas o( xvhllc. , Bald; "Why that blank church call a-blowlng tonlfthlT" Tim Medico lato from a man that had r.riSkcj, Thinks, "ilck rail is blowing, and suddenly wakes, And litters 'some swear words 1 fear eight or ten And, ho vows that oiandy has got Vmngaln. A shavetail Lieutenant, Just out of ihn'llpTnt With onions In his glitard, and aches In each Joint, Thinks VMcss eair Is btowing ami suddenly shoots, I'ulf out of his blankets, and into his boots. Tho Sergeant rolled out of a deluge splashed OVr, And snatched up his blankcta from out of Iho iwur, As (Uiriwirnl near tilm thou...

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. — 14 November 1919

'Man mm Tit OOMttfftUfc cttfiriiift ot. ksiiiiwst in mmma IS ON THIS LNCKfUSE' Portalos, N. M Nov. 11. Tho cjI and km Interests do not team te abate in tills part of New Mexico. Ii anything Uio people gel more en thusloslio dally and now companies aro springing into existence almost every week. A now oil and sat company jusl recently came Inti the limelight under tiio name of the Portolc Oil and Clas company. Drill log will begin within tho next thirl) tiays, ihiriy-nve .miles west of Porta lea. Tho Mesa Oil and Gas company which It drilling Its test welt thlr( mile northwest of here, has Us wcl down 400 feet and ha never slnic any water, and has not had to. nlici any casing In tho well so far. It hn hail two showings of oil, ono ninety feet, tho second at a depth nl 2J0 feeL tt is at present digging In Mtii' male, which Is considered good indication of oil. Hit Nu Mex Oil and Gas compan: Is drilling nine miles southeast nl Porlalca and Is promising nicely I ins well is iiown moro 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. — 21 November 1919

C ft HtNftH -- " (' I' liMr'i '. i " ... '.'.uswwsili .... . .' i. Jill Ml, fMMtlt, Mm MtSKo. BovflM XL tk. No, SO I" VK, k. ' ' (XNaAmmC LUNA Back to $1 Par! WaitiR1arGw Al special MMNHiw or UM iMMrd of iHracfora of Um VaHnr jSi Osjm- 11111 Hold at 14M f iM M MM gra ta ry, J. A. How. WltsnissW ftff tioou, II wm dulsksd to MM operations trmfwsrihr m wmmimI "SfT'Bynm. (MUr, wU fctwt Uw WCll WM MVW SB M4T (irotfteet rjaMat1, fewt .taww roasotu ciajwM mm to sjmH work Mill lYt Bi SAM taC M kOW, .fThM tuXtiif mmmUw. -Qon iwmwM MMH-tlM ml. WiUt only a waesYs wiy umm mmI orden uMsh1. It wm Um eekttM of ail lbt tho best IWm lo sto wm to wslt, unUI lira cm4 ttUwUeA cianticu. Ai a m called tor the pmpMiMm m hWm at DO cent on ttoi rtatlar, M wm wm Imously toctsatsl Mi o ato o m the prMCHl 0BlBW f Ik WMI WW' ranted par value ad It wm Mcl- rd Hint In tho near future the iuto- iio win be cmmkwmc far we hock at par ad Mv. Here are tea 4ml fMta m re rxifla ihn 4MMii M Ika w4l! 'rtio hole a 4rlAe av...

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. — 21 November 1919

JAGK TWO THE COLUMCUS COUWKR FRIDAY, NOVEMUBR il; la,' Ml Jl .1 ..gaj( What's Going On in New Mexico! was recovered Juit Willi of this city Hi 1.1 week tiy the shrrlu". The man in possession of llio car took to llio underhrusli ns noun tis he law he was discovered, but was cnughl at ho was making his way through the hills to Ban Marclal. Tlio mnn was arrested and later taken to Las Unices by the sheriff. WKJNTAINAHt fULLS MT A STRIKE WITH ONE MOT HTttRY Mountalnalr, N. M, Nov. 21 In or der to keep the town up to dalo and to show that it Is on the mtp. Moun- lainair puueu on n sirmo isii woca. Tlio employes of tho Trinidad Mean nnil Kli'vnlnr Cnmimnv hail been Ift- ceivmg; 33 cents per hour and all of them walked out, demanding a strike of 5 cents more per hour Hardly iniMiblp from anv nolnl of view and i nad the men left the plant when tho hiithlv nraJudleial to tho defendant. "'manager, Mr. Ulnloy, called them In llm district court I lie jury again. March 8S. 11)17. found I'ruelt g...

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