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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 21 November 1919

FUlbAVNOVlCMBWtSi, IM, PAOX THREE What tt WBfmn of Tho famr buroau of New Mnxfeo U KC(MHHMnt many IhUtm for ihi wonken mhI efclMren of Nnr Mexloi md Ihta Mikte, written ky Mary B Hlehansioii. iww wtMt Mm bureau la omt ad 1U wonderful icom-' PTMiVhe'fwm bureau l an ortan Ixallon for helping women aa well m mca is shown. Wmm ! C-nrUv KuHm. As mi illuatralkm of co-ofwraCWi buying llw wnn of Den Am county havo bowM M steam pra sure cwfccrn mhT by owterlmt Uw in lot or rtx or more havo beon bio to oMltt them l a dlacounl ot iro per cent Thus a savin of t&ft baa been cRcclod on a cart of 60 od tho cookers. A the loughctl ol meals or chicken can bo cooked t wi der In thirty minutes, beana can bo cooked thoroughly In thirty or forl mlnulcj and an cntlro meal for a family of tlx cm It cooked la thirty minutns. It Is readily soon that a great caving of fuel, llmo and dlalt--washing Is tho result. One woman aald, "No kitchen Is comploto with out a pressure, cooker. ProMs Are Mi kv FoMMry. ...

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. — 21 November 1919

1HK COC.UMMJB COUMHK yMOAV, NOVEMBER SI. 1W, runt xoluwmjs cwiuim Published livery Friday. KutohlUtirnl Tin Vcara (tOOP.) WILSON KILQOIia Editor. Publisher. Owner. otiiiuruitiTinN' rtATKft nZZv, 82.00 Six Month . 1-K Throo month . JO Ono month .......... AnVKHTIRINn RATER Ono Insertion, per Inch JOo One month, per Inch..- 30c On First Page, per Inch.. Classified mis and reading wttieu, ono insertion, iuo per nop, vj " month without chatUTO ot copy, DC per line. Minimum charge, wo v'ni1 ot Ihn ttnilnlTica si Co liimhiu, Now Mexico, at second class matter. Tho wlso man Iclls a tow thing. Tlit root tens it an. Energy breed success, but- only common sonso can rcuwi iu America lead tho world In dress- em!, at lime, in mo iack or u. ThcQ aro tho day, however, when beauty In spots is mil powuer uccp A man cusses when ho feels like It A woman laughs when sho docs not, All men aro ureal. In ono way or another but It Is nearly always tho other. Plaklng flaws In other people l great sport. It ...

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. — 21 November 1919

FRIDAY, NdVXMMCR ft, IM. THE COf.UMMJl C0U1UKK PAOR fIVJB IjeWoman'sShop Hre you my find just what you want in the Hne of styl ish hats, durable and econom-. iciid, 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 dl SOMMER East Broadway. Props. Brief Items of Interest Tlio genial and affable (wo always lino tills expression In (peaking to and writing of) H)stofflco cmjiloyoa or Uolumhus have received an early Christinas present but a tardy recog nition of their services both to tho government and to tho nubile. Tho regular appointees, Hull) II. Vann and II. A. Dean, rcccivo an Incrcaso In salary of J'.'OO per year, and the temporary appointees who aro paid by llio huor receive a substantial In crease a raise from 40 cent to 00 by tlio hour rcccivo a substantial In Chadburn and ftuby Webb and J. N. Cole. Last Saturday afternoon a stranger rushed into tho ...

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. — 21 November 1919

IA0E SIX. THE COLVtiWUQ COtiWKIt PHIDAV, NOVEMBER 21. 1919. Boxing Carnival Here on Thanksgiving Morning Football in the Athletics In Columbus Thanksgiv ing day will bo uj to dalo and thousands will TltntM Hi" boxing contests and football games. At 10:30 in tho arena of tho Silh Infantry, CnpU IU L. Williams, ath letic officer, will put on a 10-round welterweight bout that should prove n bummer. Battling llalralon of tho 12th Cavalry will iraet Duddy Ford of the 2l(h Infantry for tho welter weight championship of Iho border. They will weigh in al U2 pounds. Hlufly Smith of Company 11, will go RRninst I.cfly Grey of Company K of the 21th Infantry in Iho semi-final. It will bo 8 rounds at 110 pounds. In tho preliminaries thero will bo two four round bouts. llard-hlltlng Earl of tho Machlno (Inn Company will havo a tryoul with KlghtltiK Holds of Company I, 21th Infantry. They will weigh in at 105 pound. Karl Is a ooming top-imleher and tho gang will be down on him strong. I oi- a curta...

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. — 21 November 1919

FRIDAY", N0VKMBER2I, itll; General and Local ARMY NEWS mMWJMm team wxtn M,mm evN u.l rv w to The Kodsurlcr Onmptny eleven surprised many fnolbtll fan In Co lumbua atjd Ciimf -Furlong Sunday aiternoon. wncn wiey gainru a 13 to 0 victory over Die MKhindMiun liunch l the, 24th Infantry gridiron. The KeMtatMrtcri lath outplayed and outgwwed 1Kb "Gun" crew at cv rry d any an le ol Ilia game. Tho winners hack Aeld was ft and the line wa like a alone wall before the Gunner' onaknchts. In the ArH Mwrter, after ton mln utes of hard tlay. Headquarter! tent BatUe over for a touchdown In luch a buslneaa-llke manner that it had the Machine Gun team bowlld ered. night Halfback Prrklns then kicked a goal which made the acore 7-0 el the end of the first quarter. Qnnrlerbnrk Kenrney of the Oun nera marie aeveral attempts to sain by air attack! but llicy were all bat lied by the opposing crew. The Oun. nor failed to Rain and Headquarlcra not (he ball and ogaln puttied Hal ilea over the line for anoth...

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. — 21 November 1919

rAqt Hour ran cotitnlvUs 6tntMW"' mtimwer church notfJL Morning service at 11 u Usual next Sunder. AVtillO oilr nltendanto to on tho Increase, we till! have .room for mora Come, brlmryour friends 'and neighbors. Mrs, Stwcnson la lo nasumo the leadership of tho unmarried ladle' clas fioxl Sunday. Wo lioiw lo aw Dial class ktow under auch a keen nntl sjmpatheHoteacher. Tho Ladles' Aid will have an all ilnv morllni al Hie homo of Mra. Taylor, on December 3, wllh election 01 oniccra in me aiicrouuu. ii-uiim later. Ladles, keep this In mind. Mr. Ilarnhouse, aviator at Camp Furlonr, U lo ho tho loader of a new class, formed for younu fellows from It to 10. Wo believe Mr. Darohouso and the boya win navo a goou ume together. , , , , Tim Ann rnrkprs worn delivered at tho parsnnafto yesterday, wllh tho won! that they camo from "All of us." Tho pastor and hit wlfo extend Ihrlr lhanka (o tlie kind friends who are showing their friendliness in so many Ihuughirunvays. iMiilnin Hnunrd'a class has ...

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. — 28 November 1919

0 R HutfKX - J. . HltftK - , Ty. .... . ,,. . W IX. COLUMMUIS, LVfiX COUNTY, 'MM' MEXICO, NOVKMflKK 28, WW No. 27. Ololnmims M4- MmrBiifa'Mri HI mmjm 0MH Ami Ik J PickardSflMlbyWl MoodyftrGrtwtrits Mayor J. It. Jllair and U. J. Pick nnl of tho W.aca were sued for $01.50 by W. L. Moody, who owns and conduct a grocery store in Columbus. Tho trial took placo this morning ucroro Judgo Cole. The Jury Was out but ft shnrl Limn nml mn. dered a verdict to tlio effect that wo defendants were "not guilty.' and recommended (hit nmn aiinn bo token whereby Mr. Moody ihould uo rciniDurscu. Tbo following citizens composed tlio Jury: J. I.. (irei.mi.ivui a t Kvans, Otho Johnson, James Pauff, H. . Carter and II. O. Clicmln. Tim suit was the outgrowth of (ha Fourth of July celebration In rv. lumbus, wherein Titus Alexander ordered about $250 worth of gro ceries for Ilia barbecue- and Mr. Plchard paid on tho account until he ran out of "subscription funds' leaving a balance owning of $01.50. IJolh def...

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. — 28 November 1919

" PAGE TWO THE COLUMBUS COUXIER i niDAV, November ae, im. seven ntot'avNt) auto TWMSTB SEE NEW MEXKO At ttie beginning of Ibe tourist season it was estimated by the American Automobile association of .New York and the Automobile Club or Southern California that tJM) louriil cart would pass over tho Ocean to Ocean highway from Kansas City to Los Angeles, during Iho past oeatoa. Instead, 7.030 car acd over this highway. According to D. K. B. tellers, who U without doubt the best authority on road conditions, it would hate been possible to have brought man more through hero had roads been in better shape. For the past three years the people have had a wrong idea about road condition In this tute. Some three years ago there was a great deal of shouting done about what the federal government was going to do toward building road At that time tho public didn't realite that it always lakes considerable time for the government to gel into action, and began to neglect Un roads In the hope tha...

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. — 28 November 1919

1HK COLttMlfrS CXHJRIEK i'AOB.v'rMllCK Rqort of Senator FalFs Mexican Probe CMRnrittN May Result in Definite U. S. Py, is Now Betef. Coming to Columbus l'HIUAV, NOVEMBER S8, Mi. -if 41 The rc-puWkaUen ef tfeW arllclo In not Inspired by II political but because, It peteto vol Mm policy which a great May bonier peepk bcllevo wW be aslefled by Hw K cnl and futora tdwlBwrtllow of the govern nLl Nearly all sonata committees have o twofold purpose- In life Tito flntt, says Owen 1'. While In (he Kl I'aio Time, is to secure for (ho com mlttco members as much notoriety and publicity m possible and (ho iiecond is to procure for (ho public soma legislative or administrative action. It Is to ho hoped (hat llio com mittee that is coming to El t'aso in regard to conditions in Mexico Is coming for tho second and not for the first of thn purposes mentioned. Of course, no ono on tho border has any real doubts regarding Senator Foil's Intentions. Ills views on Mexico have been in accord with ours 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. — 28 November 1919

iAOfc FOUR mil COLUMBUS COURIER I'ubliehed Every Friday. Established Ten Year (1008.) WILSON KILGOHR. IfrtKor. Publisher, Owner. UaCJttPTH)N RATHS One Yes fj.00 MX NWtiU IM Three month - --,--l r . . 0 Ono month w ... .25 ADVERTISING RATES One Insertion, per lnch..0c One month, per Inch ...TOO On First Pag, per Inch EOo ClassMcd ads and reading notices, ono Insertion, too per lino; by the momn wunoui cnange oi cony, bc per una, Minimum cnarge, mm, Entered at the poiloITice at Co- lumous, new Mexico, as acconu cibsi mailer. Ot'R NOBLE WOftK. Hie pood peoplo of the United Bin let are not niggardly In their pushing of the banner of Chrlsllan Ity and the spirit of the Golden Ilule into tho benighted lands of the earth. Tho work of saving tho souls of tho heathen of far off countries Is a burden which wo cjiecrfully bear, and each (Jmo wo open up cur purao wo feel that wo arc n shining cog In a great wheel which perform its work both nobly and well. Our earnest and self-sacrificing missi...

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. — 28 November 1919

o ltoAV, NovaM h late. hcWomansShop Here you may find just what you want in the Knc of ityl ih hU, durable and econom ical, for winter wear. Every thing in LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Wi NMki Ms-m twi ait We are here to stay, striving to make this store a real Woman's Shop-the place in Columbus for everything for ladies. EDWARDS dt SOMMER East Broadway. Props. Hie Mn From HachtUt Sald Clrcus, by heekl "Lucky fiwnWIfl-g, Unlucky Loving.' Did you win rturkcyT Clly Clerk; Away to Forget Trouble. Edwin Dean will week-end In El Paso. Financiers Visit Dcmlng. W. L Hobbs, W. C. Franklin ond A. D, Froil motored to Doming Sunday. Will Visit Wife Who Ha Been Slrk. W. II. Pago will ipend Thanks giving with hit wife and daughter In Ei Pas Talk About an Investment. Tlio biggest lltllo Investment In the world. Oct another Savings stamp today. Nobody. Unt on Ann. Nothing 'eventful last Sunday night. Everything was quiet along tho l'otomac. "Bad" I'eoplo Leave. Town. It Is claimed by local officer that f...

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. — 28 November 1919

page etx. Tfffc COLIJMMJS COWRIES FRIDAY, NOVEMDKti 26 1010. PREWITT & PENDER Real Estate and Investments RENTS COLLECTED Solo Agents for Prewltt and West HclfhU Additions. Taft and Lima Streets P. O. Box 9 ABOUT THE WORTH AM SHOWS. BEATRICE KYJJEL. 60 FT. MGffJVEfL Few hotels nro boiler equipped fur dining room service tlian arc lln Clarence A. Wurttam World' IleM Klmww. which come lo tilts cll' for four days, alanine Wednesday, Do remlw luili. under the auspice ol I In- Odumbus Chamber of Com merce. The big conilval carries a coin il-u- restaurant organization, ami many honsewivnt could Hll In poml advantage such tl mo an (liny inly lit iH'ii(l studying Hie order nml ty lem of Hit cook IwtU 'Hie jmlal.' of tho carnival clly requires the un ih wiled attention of twelve person. Sigurd Hlmiwun is llio steward of lli shows. His Job Is manager of the cook tout under fiencral Man- uT Fred llcokman. Simpson has as lib llrst assistant Richard Shw- wood, who for many years was wltli ti...

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. — 28 November 1919

Friday, :Novbkbeh se, 1010. 1H1 COLUMBUS CC4JRI UOti SEVEtf J. L. WALKER "' ' Complete Line of Hardware and Furniture STORY OF THE CWMGEOHS C8WAMT w This Wonderful Japanese Picture Will Be Shown Monday, Dec. 1, at the Columbua. been In valo, for Bukl's lovo had grown cold. Columbus Bottling Works THE BEST IN ALL SOFT DRINKS -Try- Our Good XX Ginger Ale Coksmbus Etectric Shoe Shop Work done nie you Malt and al Mays guaranteed. We carry In stock a complete tine of polishes and laces. W. A. WAKEFIELD, Proprietor 43-rHrUNO FIGHT AT SONOHA ON XMAS DAY Dlabcc, Ariz, Nov. 28. Tlio nnt 15-round Ilghl to bo staged In North America In (event! years will bo witnessed by fan of the southwest ol Naeo, Sonera, on Christmas day between boxer of championship caliber, according to John Twomey, promoter, who announced yester day that several business men of thl) district hove agreed to finance the bout if the service of top notchcr can be obtained. At a re cent meoUng to arrango more def inlto plan 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. — 28 November 1919

j'riIday, number H PAOfc EIGHT 11 C0C.UMMJ8 COUlUWt FerXL AT CAMP FUMLWfG MMf 6, K-4. Company B cloven trampled over the Company G aregUon villi n score of 13-8 at tho 2U1 Infantry gridiron Sunday, when the U cloven taking advantago of G'a tnckfleld errors mads two down and ono flthl goal. Tho battle, together with tenia llonal playa by Mooro and Jackson throughout the game, was ono of the best grid contests of tho year and was witnessed by a largo crowd uf soldiers aud civilians, Tho lineups wcro as follows! Company II lit jwd. . 1. 0.; J. Jack son, I, f.; Alexander, 1. g.; Lewis, c: K. Jones, r. g.; Hardiman, r. t; Moore, I. f. b.; Walker, r. h. b.; Ed Junes, t. b. Coach, Louis A. Sclplo, Substitutions: A. Walkw for lloy.l, Leslie for W. Jackson, Works for Mooro, llrown for Ed. Jones. Company O Taylor, I. c; Savage, I. t.; Washington, I. g.; Drown, c. While, r. g.j Wilson, r. L; Saunders, r. p.; Hosier, q. In; Finney, 1. h. b. Uradford, r. h. b.; Dowers, f. b. Sub stitutions: Lane...

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 December 1919

County CI. MfpumM I.U1I Cuuu y juiJiiiil THECOLUMPUS COURIER cntvtim. luna county, mm Mexico, maatmejn s, m No. w tartjtrs Try to Break farts Site Two An Armtk During tho past week ColarftmJs had all Uio IhrllU mmI cache mcnt which go with ft hunt for nervy burglar Lul Thursday night ttio Columbus Theater wu entered by burglars and the operating room broken Into and looli taken out and used by the crook In an attempt to bread open n. largo safo In tho adjoining room which contained two days' rcccIpU of the theater. Tht hinges, handle and combination were broken off or chiseled. Ihil tho burglars wcra bunglers and wcro unablo to get ln side. The following nlghl, Friday, bur glars again broke Into the operating room of the theater, stolo tho tools, gave the damaged safe, which was still unopened, a sad onceover anil concluded to try something castor. They descended tho stairs and with a skeleton key unlocked tho Illalr Hcllberg front door, went Into tho rear room where stood an Imposi...

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 December 1919

V PAOB TWO TMK COLUMUUS COURIER FIUDAY, DECKMDER 0, 1910. will wshcme minims FOK KILVER AT SILVER UTY It I. KfrckftHKt Beveloiw Man la RthaMHtc Old tn- Silver City EnlcrprUc. fiHvor City business men will back ll. I. Klrchman In a plan which ho was working out lo prospeel Hoston Hill In an effort to put Silver City hack In the silver-producing clas ami In show thai llio town Is tilled lo iho namo It bear. Mr. Klrchman put the proposition up to llio citizens at a largo meeting held Monday night In llio Chamber o( Commcrco rooms at which 43 rep resentative men wore present and ho received tho rndorsoment then and thero of such oiperienccd mln lug men as Joe K. Shorldan, stale lnpeclor of mines; J. H. Gilclirlil and Judge M. Porterfleld. Tho llrm of K. Cosgrovc, Inc. nounced that they wero prepared to tako a thousand dollars' worth ol slock and practically every present declared their intention of backing tho scheme. Among Uioj endorsing the proposition were Ed Laync, of tho Jones-Down...

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 December 1919

ifttbAV, rfccfcfcfcfell I, Mi, tkE COfAJMJU COURIE 99ftS Wnbtos Bunm Ms Sort toads; HowTtayDo'tt Tho Courier teltevw Hw futuro of Columbus (kftfwM, to ft far go el-lent,- upon .automotete Ira Hie and freight traffic via trucks, eC ml will in Iho fuluro devote more spaeo than omo of its readers may 4ccm necessary to good read. Tlio Cour. Icr knows absolutely that with the completion of a- concrete road from hero to 1 i'aso and to Uio Arlzoni Hoe that Columbus will Ukonncli erldc forward that citizens now bcllovo Impossible and Improbable. Anyway (ho Courier Is going to bo on tho Joli. early and late, mid soroo day you'll seo results. This Is tho way thoy do It, no cording to tho Silver City Enter prlao: . Tho Mlmbrcs Valley Farm llureati ' has made encouraging progress In tho solution Of tho first problem tackled, thatof the an Lorcnio hill. At tho very first meeting It was apparent thai every resident of the Mlmbrcs was unanimous In the opinion that something must Bo done about the ...

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 December 1919

Hot. rotift TK COCtJlMOg COUMttl FRIDAY, bKCEMBfeft 6, 1014. THE COLUMMJS COURIER Published Every Friday. Established Ten Years Editor, Publisher, Owner. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year $2.P0 Six months ix Throe months . .... . J50 Quo month . ... .23 ADVERTISING HATES Ono Insertion, per Inch... Ono Month, per inch... (Oo 30o On First Page, per Inch 50o Classtllcd adi and reading notice vno insertion, iuo por lino; ny ina month without chango of cony, Bo per lino. Minimum charge. &Oo. Entered at the postofflco at Co lumbus, Mew MmIco, at tocond class matter. SILVEH-THE WHITE HOt'E. In every western mining slate the silver Is llio chief hopo for a revival In precious metal mining after four years of very scant development, with lltlto or nothing accomplished because of the scarcity of labor and the marked IncITIeicney of the labor available. Silver had fallen In Ibe London market in 1011 as low as 32 penoo per ounce, and last mouth was then quoted at CO 1-2 pwice, or 81.lt per ounco ...

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. — 5 December 1919

fftlDAY, MOtllhElt 8, 1010. was The Onyx Theatre fm Hsrumw; macmtcm t- 1 "OUTCAST OF POKER FLAT." Harry Cary. Fomous Western etoiy or Iho gold-dlgglng day of t0-Urcl Harlc. A Itvo on? I mjmw, mixmncn 7- ' t; n "MY COU8!N,M Enrico Caruso. World greatest alnger. You would pay (Q to 110 to boo Mm In grand opera. MONttAY, DCCEsMKM 8- , , "NO MAN"8 LAND," Bcrl Lylcll. Ono good Amoricau against twenty German gallon. What would you dot TUESDAY, DECEMBER - "SON OF A OIW, Sunshine Comedy. Christie, Comedy and Mult nnd Jeff. A Jolly tlmu. ' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10- T1IOU SHALT HOT," Evelyn NosbIL Tlio llfo atory Of over 300,000 girls each year. THURSDAY, DECEMBER II "SLEEPING LION," Monroe Salisbury. New York'a LHllo It aly nnd Iho great We I where might was right. FHIDAY, DECEMBER 12 "HEFOriE RREAKFA8T," HaroliLLInyd. Western drama. Pele Morrison. HrthodLst Church Note. Morning acivlco on Sunday at II a. in. as usual. Mrs. Ilarton will preach on "Hearing, Feeling, Do ingtheir ptaco in religio...

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 December 1919

JAOR St FIUDAV, MOfeMbER B, 1016. Colored Rookie Wakes Up; Thfegs NowIKhW neighbor. Support Community service when you aro given that rlvllcgo, that it may havo ever lasting life. OH, COMPANY DKCHES TO BWLL NEAK HO RAN, N. M. Descending from the 0:10 train at trio station In Columbus a colored rookie might have been seen by a keen observer. Ills uniform didn't seem (o fit per fcclly, and altogether ho may have felt as forlorn as ho looked as hi retried with the rest of his detach mcnl to the receiving officer. After being Initiated Into tho mys teries of the army bath he was further made at homo If being placed In detention quarters. Life isn't altogether as it looks on tho recruiting pictures and-ho lis trns lo tho soulful notes of the mountain canary, singing a duet with the plaintive sounds emanating front tho desert coyoto and then he dreams of Villa and his murderous bandits until reveille awakens him with a start. After permission l granted him to leave camp he stands not on t...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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