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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 16 January 1920

FRIDAY) JAHOARV lo, 1640. 0WEA1K8T CHOP WIVE 8f.F.M,!!G EVER SKf-V MERE Untitual ellMMttc ami wcnllicr ccmlltkm throughout titu couth weit ive produced Ihla year Hip greatest crop of yellow plno seed lingo which ard usually very scarce Hill llie HHlory oi mo rxjuunvcM Im ever known. Now to lavo this euormcHM crop was (tio subject un ikf dtocueetoH M the meeting of (he local forest wrvlco dfflco of the aclcnllflo elatf emtoed In forestry research work. The coniiWuns wMch have pro ihiced the f!!la4 are; Much moisture, Mow, little wind or frost and a 'generally open winter. Ac tual count taken at tho Arizona Fori Valley experiment station thowa that from 10,000 to 40.000 lit tle trees per acre camo up during (bo year, from 80 to IM per acre being considered a atand. Tho problem of laying young trcos under ordinary circumstances mutt consider fire, drought, ro dents, grating of shcepand cattle, fungus diseases and frost heavlnjr. Ttils year an attempt will ho made to save aa many as pos...

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. — 16 January 1920

FMtoAY, JANUA&Y 14, JW, DYNAMITE FOUND IN HEATING PtANT OF LAS CW'CES AHHOKY Lai Cruccs, N. M, J mi. 15,-Thls morning while llio Janitor of tho National Guard Armory here was preparing to build n firo In lite fur' Mce, ho discovered five (tick of dynamite hidden in a flu of (ho boiler. Fulminating cap had boon lnsrtftt in two of the slick whlcl would have made certain n disaster had the discovery not been made before the flee was started. Tho armory, which Is the prop erty of the state, la almost In con stant use ns a gymnasium for tho members of tho guard company, which makes It certain that Hie exptoslvo was placed In position some time last tiluhl Tho sheriff was notified, but up a late hour to night no cluo that might lead to the detection of the perpetrators f the attempted outrage had been criminal cases to Ihi disposed if anil the first jury eases have been set for the coming week. Hate Penult Ard. The New Mexico CenlKM railway has made application (o 'the state corporati...

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. — 23 January 1920

u I n n County THE COLUMBUS COURIER tmVmVH, LUNA COtWTY, NKW MEXICO, JANUAHY 33, 1928. Fin Muioys j.R.ibrrisHmi; . Nb tawance! , -Monday evening at 5 o'clock the tvsidciico and contents of Mr. ami .Mr,. J. li. Hnrrl In tlila city was entirely destroyed by a Tiro which was extremely spectacular. tin. Harris was In a room ad joining Uio kitchen when, hearlmt a crackling node, she rushed Into the,, rtjom. and found the oil itovo ndthe,. surrounding woodwork -njT In flames. Owing to (he wood construction It was. Impossi ble, to extinguish tlio flnmca and In fow mlnuloi tho entire house, whfth In reality was two houses, Joined together, was aflro all over. Thtro wasn't a chance In the world lo siivo anything with the exception df a few article of arlor furt'l turn and their piano. Kvery thine, ullh tho nxecpUons nnled, waa consumed by the rapid fire, even all tho wearing apparel or Mr. and Mrs. Harris, with the exception of Hie clothing which they wore; Tlio iotal loss was between $3,500...

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. — 23 January 1920

fAQE TWO Theaters! AMUSEMENTS! Sporting! HHYANT VA9MMntN IX "VENUS LN THE EAST If nlgni don"! fall, "Venus In tli East should prove a lucky co llar for Dryant Washburn, who is himself ono of the best film lumin aries. At ahown at tho Onyx Theater Thursday night, January 2U, Uils Paramount plcluro will Flow like a real planet and we liavo no hrallalion in designating It as ono of the boat of the Wash burn pictures to dale. "Venus in the East" has an un- uual story. All tho fun-making ability and whimsical characleriia tlmis for which Wallace Irwin, it author, is famous, is back of II TM character of Huddy MeNalr portrayed by Mr. Washburn, it one of the most lovalj, amusing and human figures tho screen bat giv en us In somo lime. Dudily Is rather an unusual tori for Mr. Washburn :o assume, f he Is a Westerner who strikes. I rich when lie inherits a formiil' fmm his father fur a proects o' mincing gold from mine tallirutr and low grade ores. Iluddy dreams of Uie pood thing of life whic...

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. — 23 January 1920

mtflAVt WiUAsW M, fMi. TffiC C0LUMSUS C6URIKR. PAOKT Kill COLUMNS FWNTM COMPANY HU tXL rm LBSfl CASH m EAHV MYtMOTS H. H. Gttiiberg, Proprietor. Agents for Cplumbia Phonofrah and Records CIGARS, CANDIES, MAGAZINES DAILY PAPERS J ack s News Stiusd Opposite Clark's Hotel ' DANIEL & HAGUE New ami Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold NEW STQRE Out Uock wcit Clark Httd SAVE YOURSELF TROUBLE IN VOUK IIsSOME RETURN The federal income tax season opens today wllh (ho distribution or tim formi for personal return from llio offices of tho collectors of Itilcrrwil revenue. Annual return covering Income for IPIO mint bo filed on or before March IS, (020. Tlio burden of fulfilling thl ob llgitloit is laid by law squarely oil the shoulders of those who are American citizens or rcVdenU. Ev ery, person must determine for him self whether jds net Income for 1010, figured according to the rev rnuo law, wan sufficient In amount to require a return. If he li single, a return it re quired, if his net in...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 23 January 1920

mioAV, JANUARY M, MM. MNWPMt CtlWS tf lHsfMMT SMIbMlkltacwbsf Mtli fossa ss M that it HTM yea Hn imi bmmmt. Ltt M Aon ytm the JtmU el stM1 MeSrim txh peper and jreur ptMnf. COL'HIEK, JOI1 PRINTING. TUB COLUMBUS COURIEK 1'uulithcd Every Friday. Established Ton Vein (I POP.) WILSON KILUOHE. Editor. Publisher, Owner. bouaCiUHl' One iear .. ..tCCXI Six months 1.00 'llirce months io One iikiiiUi ... ....... ja AiMhHllslMJ llA'lfc Uue insertion, per Mcli . .40o On IIIOUlll, ikt Inch -.30o On KIM I'agc. per Inch ...BOo ciatsiilcd ads ma reading notlcej, one insertion, luu per lino; py llu' month without change of copy. Be it ime. .Minimum ciiarge. noc. Entered at (In- iHjstdilico at Co luiuhus, .New Mexico, at ccomt clou matter. DEATH OK JOHN BARLEYCORN FROM INERTIA JANUAHY 16 While nearly eveiyone In Colum bui knew thai .Mr. John barley corns condition was precarious, tus Immediate friend held out hope till Uio last. Hut hit tnwe vigor ous constilullon could not ataiul tho ravage of disea...

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. — 23 January 1920

FMftAY, MNUAfcV , MM. PITH OF tfmph.1 OH Mftynatat forrej An influx of oil men In (own. Affnls CetHhM kilo Their Own. Ilcnl cslato activity It Increasing. New Retty Is Joo Clark a real estate man? Ho It. WHI Re 4 Baker- Homi, Too. A doicn new building proJccU aro on tho tapli. Ex-Mayw Rbney RHstlrnllno. Ex-Maypr Dabney li In Colum Ini on business. (Mhrr Slrret as Well. A doicn new building on Droid. way this year. Schl Maybe M IMfrttrbafl. Speed the day when Columbui has an Interurban to Demlng, "In the SpHnftlme When," Etc I lull illng on a largo aeate wltl atari at aoon as spring tela In. Tho Ambroses Were Here, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose of Dem 'Ing wcro In Colnmhua Friday. Railroad (!o Rack In Mnrrh. Now Dcpott Yes, after tho rall roads gel back Into private hands Ram Frln Starts a Chain. 8am Fein has purchased another store. 11 Is located al Fori llua chuca, Arli. Don't Want to Loso Him. II is understood thai Charlra Mil. Icr of Fein's will manage their new Fori lluachuca sbjre. Aorr...

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. — 23 January 1920

PAOE SIX TEACHER StMWTAGK IB SHOWN BY GRANTINO. 0' 3C0 TEACH1NU fERWTS Tlit, truth, at far an we know, and nothing tml Hie Irulh but nnl the whole (tilth Is tll by the National Educational Association's statement, es to the leaching short age, appearing In ttie New Mexican of Sunday (Banla le), said Super intendent of Public Instruction Jonathan 11. Wagner Unlay, com menting upon tlm statement Tho statement placed the leacher shortage at tfl, not for tho wholo slate, but fnp llm terrlory of welve, superintendent- whether ror um counties up tho cllle wan not of rwnrd. Tlteso twelve were the only superintendents who answered Ita association' questionnaire, but they represent less than half of the cminty superintendent. There aro Iw-nly-nine nf these in the state end In edihtinn to I hem are eight guiierintt-ndetit In cillin and fifty f v more in trow ami villages. Tli" statement Five an Inklln nf the tnio tatun. however. In slewing that the twrlvo superln trndents have more than ninet...

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. — 23 January 1920

PMdAY, JAMJAfcV M, Mi laMMaOB SHO0LO WOMEN BE PUT ON TRIAL FOR THEIR FAULTS . ....rr. Should women bo put on (rial for thrlr fault? Anil should theybe , tried Jm mrn? Are thelf ; n, wrakncwir thio la iW-Hiedsocre itcnwnl of men? rki votmrn'bHow .how to Mkk'to ktrals that are not soeM'Mnet? What I tho type or girl Ihrt'lnvsrlstily become an old ma-M? ro mm put premium pn tlrtue? These are few of the questions that are ritsciiswtl and answered In a trenicadouily stimulating . srtlfla . railed '"Supply and Demand." Every woman in America ones It to tier self to read It Thin la but one at the 38 stimulate Ing and amuing features In IhN Wo mywlne. -EVEHYWItERE-25cl- GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AT JACK'S NEWS STAND THE UNIVERSAL CAR Spring deliveries of Ford' cars tiftve never been certain and Ihcy should not l;c depended upon. Demand lias always been Brca'ter for Ford can than lhejnipply or production. Bo, If you would be (tiro of having a Ford car, buy It now while do. liveries are possible. Duu'...

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. — 23 January 1920

PAGE EIORT THE C6LUMBITS C6UMEft. FRIDAY, JANUARY JA, MM. FANCY STATIONERY K ODAKS tartar Brttg &tai? ZENO . JOHNSON, Prop. Short Orders L NOODLES GRAND CAFE C. T. G1M, Prop. Everything New ai.u:ghi PINO WILL FOllGKH lAsa: .NOW IN TIIK slvukmi: LOtiir-KHi) tsu.ut:srcAm? Oiia of the most remarkable cases to come before tho New Miuliii Supremo liiurt for somo yeurs is that of Jose AngcV-Jara nmi. i, udmluistrator of the cstalo of .N'urPlsiPino, decease, et als, apMilantf. vtrrsus Julian Jars mlllo, et als, appellees, lieing .ai aplN'iil from the district court o, Vuniirm rnunty, declalmi In Ju ige II. Ilyail. Hie fluhl rarrle to ilif -supreme court hinges oi the authenticity of a purports will which Itndey .V ItiMley and Kn llx iUiM, attorneys for appellants di lare to be a "ben-faced forg Hf. eltlng tlie evidence of Will T.iit'in of .Santa Fe, the well known handwriting exert. In nup- N.it of lln charge. Tito lower nnrl held the' will to bo genu ine. laraiulllo, it appears, at fi...

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. — 30 January 1920

mm rm ttmmt S COURI QBLUMK) UKk CWKIT tMUKV KM J'4 Wily Tom Stow falls MwtBreen and Dep. Rogers tfi LfezyPn; (mi if Upv FmmI They have got hint at last. Tom Shaw, probably Otto of Hio bcit known characters around OA umbai nd litis part of the country and who has stood on a pedVn'sl of hli own making for lo, Ihese many months rnd moons, and around whom alt the glamor and rowanco of tha typical smuggler as tun woven, lias fallen from Iraco vjtfor a Inn lime Tom, always j.caiiy mured anu wiih d-iamonds ns largo as oslrlch eggs In full ma turity has been the envy of. many a longing soul and Tom, If onc half Hit) stories are true, lias caus. cd many headaches for local offi cers vlia have been at their wits' end iiTclrcumvent tho wily Tom. Swift, silcut automobiles he has owned, his latest purchase being a . Dixie Flyer, a machine which goes throush tho night on travels lone, , so silently and at such speed that the night birds merely blink their Wfcyrs and slaro as Ihey hear tho thud an...

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. — 30 January 1920

frX TWO TttK COMJMBUfl COURIER. JfjUDAY. iHUVAM 46, IMo. 'CIGARS, CANDIES, MAGAZINES DAILY PAPERS Jack s News Stand 1 Opposite Clark' Hotel i DANIEL 8t HAGUE New and Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold NEW STORE 0m block wwt Ckurk Hotel WW MMX KIM UK CMM Ml AY PAYMENT! H. H. Ptopnctof. ft Afents for .EolumbU Phonograph ftd Records i 0 wM$9pjf MWf$ FroM Dmmi fn, tfett ,Grsiliic Albert nhca motorcU to Colum bia last Saturday. L. M. Carl of Cotmnbu to u Doming visitor lost Sunday. V. .X MeCurdy. came u(t from Columbus last Sunday io attend tlio revival ervlec. It. II. Flahlve returned to Paula Itlta .ycstenlay nflor a week-end lilt In liU homo town. , Ctmrlcs Schoepf. .V R Cato Waller Clark and Will Welti wen" (n Columbus last. Wednesday. . Tim rnm nf piiunlv r.iniiiil.lr.'..- er candidates front Myndus way id growing, J. U Itlli announcing) mi candidacy. LIpuUCoI. Simpnou, former!) with the ISlh Cavalry at Columbia, now district adjutant of the 111 llend dislrlol. Is lu tho city, visit ...

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. — 30 January 1920

HibKt turn . am. SANTA VU IN rAMl or Its. -j mm mnm mm. ' rmi re, . m Jt. atv-t t m Br-- p i mm um to taHtt to-to ciittfgttili i tWII, a Wat, altmrt. Ttatti wit be Nr at"i iMN wHtaal a att. tMl MM MM Id IdM il toUm,ammm B, f. Itaatay, MkwHo a Mala P MIn tat taw Twwfc, rttf tat ataVta to Dr. AtM tiftaH fax twuonto, . , ' . ' :Tt"" mmummA. tVlta a. wmU in mmmmm w M. w tor hh m CU JMt iw tta htajitsastfstMtlr' at? ettamlnat atrt" Htfettt ami. of water Canyon a fewtd (uiMjr by a y f tta . itatrkl eourt In Imwn itmV( vtaMBd teMk Mttiir out ' -1- RemXtce MM a tat pMMd. M.!""1 WM ' M M there- are KVfMmt mm tatat. IT, " M,Mt Kwrmfa Wm mvet-1'"1 w '"M ana m ravar h mm imh refWWK. A breach tl tta Lcatue to AM Opprctscd I'm. pet It to ta organised in New H-xfco. (W. Pwtar. ttaatttas Oatwf Jorfatn C J. ttttorta, MtMtt Mm Read NoIIomm and otWr Ms vTftcfato. Tta motltm U MtotH tta retwhn Uon wat m4 lay Fortmr Allot? a wurai'. Hum W. Ctatty, by CoKuwl tab K. Tta apeaker w&s MA af tM wala mm ot...

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. — 30 January 1920

1A0K r1daY. jamukV h nsVa sRckOat ' - - TTBWf W! have the to kahp l.mB jws faatto ant on' do ttw at a taoat to yaw. afdiaatTon arc the wasjolawoetls Hare. rVe w If mihimi i uiHt Bond, w two out a trad of peineing that fee tags re aataa for our customers. lMT TJS SHOW YOU THIS COLUMBUS COUMWR Piib!lkrI Every Friday. Krtabllshcd Ten Years (1000.) WILSON UILGOIIE. Editor. Publisher. Owner. RUHKCIUPTION 11ATKS Obq Year -' $2.00 Blx months 1J0O Three months Ono month .23 AIH'KIITISINCI HATES Una Insertion, pr inch-. ..(0c One inonlli, per Inch .30c On t'lrit I'oge, per Inch.... Cllfled ad and reading notices, oo Insertion, too por Una; by the mown wunoui cnango oi cony, oc por line, Minimum cnargc, wo. Kntercd ut the Doaloffleo at Co lumbus, New Mexico, a lecond class maitor. THE BOCIAI.ISTK. 8anta Fu New Mexican. Ttio Socialist l4 rly hot no nn hut Itself to Waiilo that II Is bo coming Identified in tlio ntinili ut &II patriotic American! with the reds and anarchist and dynamit er o...

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. — 30 January 1920

J St 7 ft: .V, 4AMUAKV 00, ttefc PITH OF THE NEWS. VOJJMttS TNUVTMpS. ivmtry W, iw. Beard at tnuimi ifHri 4 ill ii-ll-L. - ' - k -'ft pi it X. J. KvaiM, atmst. Tnfslsii WMtisiM Khjin, tuynt. Mr? SJF L. Pfetisnckr, lrdo ....fllMI -SK J. MayMi, street work., I2.t lOmtkr, put. proceedings., its Trov O. Blair, typewriting frnm. of vHttge books B.uu Motion by Trustee Tracy and secoaded by Klein (hat all Mils hi Mowed and warrants ordered is sued for same. Motion carried. Tlio volo: Wllllw,Kk!lM Yes HOTjwy Yes fjJS?WBr Y - W, C, Franklin's tetter was read i Motion by Trustee Tracy and seconded by Klein that Joso Lo- iwo's aervlco car license Is hereby revoked unless lio can furnlih good and rcllablo bond by Jon uary '29, 1080. Motion carried. ?M"llm by Trusleo Evans and "seconded by Tracy Dial William Klein and J. It. Blair bo apiHilnlcd Tajcommltlco to draft ordinance pro. htelimg Iho trafflo In War Bav- ,fn, fKanipi. Mollon( carried. Trustees Tracy and Frcdcrlck- jon'a colnmltleo report...

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. — 30 January 1920

yw?AV, JANt?A 'A m. D&YOUSWnRT In onlcr to ctoar twir an lawn ikrstaivflHes at to what coswti tutf ft dependency, tit connection; with the additional oxcnjtJot, pranteil Income tax payers. Cot lector of Internal Revenue Alfrcit Franklin today rave out the fol lowing tlatcmcnt: "Fur iVlO a taxpayer may bo al lowed a crmlll of 4500 for eh he fNWi wily mere than half of 4b wuH. The chkf iiftwenea fc that for k to clw retottvea, t wiskat wt of w4et it to frMMto Hm i to eMMm tartar M mm rf or pni msssiatir ar MM .WW""? Wevr, Um 0 WW WrfwWeh t to rtMyHie matwial ai Matoftfre alvaa, to IMm ' MH A OH, Vth 'jkM lMt ttMfet Wli WlNU.SlHI MM to Ml ware tjK W htr MiMWft wWli ettaWa4t raaator4tr that, ahe naas 40t, .(HMfl H. CM M llMM the MH-lofWl MM; provktort, Mwvtfi ihtK wr ot-r baa fceeome swf neton. aed to be without stent phwksisty kKMweltoM for half sufport. lOflwfkc, Dm contributed mtat he comhtoft4 m a sin, not netetiM m an ex SOCIAL .MKWtJ (W TMC MM JWWA.VrW' AT 1W QM ncrson for who...

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. — 30 January 1920

not cmukBUs ootrttiM. MMMMIMi Sprat Ikmm Tix ton, WiR Help Ussst tM W MMw Krt lo fcsesssSsf" ssssl Mafctt Thesst , Waller R. Sproal, United Slates internal revenue officer for Luna, Orant, Hldehjo and Dona Ann counties, will ho in Columbus lit Ihe ttesr ftiluro for Uib purpose of assisting those who have Incomi lax blanks (o b mule out ami for tho purposo of collection of lucu now dim, 116 requests diet all pcoplo who ciro (o nvall tliemielvc of hit services to have made out a Hit of all their Incomo from whatover eourco and alio a list of all their expense. In dolus this they will ftrrally expedite the filling out of - weir biaas and causn no delay In the making of rcluma. Ho will havo all of Iho necessary fetenks with him, ao If you havo wi incomo or (1,000 or mora ami WBgle, or M.O0O or more and mar rled, coma and see him and save yoursclvra heavy penalties 1m posed by" the itovernirtenl. Ulnrrary for the current Incont" lax drive will tie aa follows: Monday, February 2, to Wcdnc...

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. — 30 January 1920

t'A.flKKlrJllt V , CottM hi im . Siys Ivti Litttr '' Lwm County Fnn and LIv4ck -Bureau evhVntly timh m aMAa by electing Mr. M. H Jaarto to head tho coIIoh project w tta county. Mr, Bwto Uti hrvn busy assembling Informa tion ever since he b taken charge of this position diul AMUIIHt Its responsibilities The following letter li from J. E. Mundcll, who was superintendent of iho government's dry farm ex periment. sUtioii tl Dig Borings. iex and u is given hero for llio benefit of those interested In cot ton culture In this county. Mr. Mundell owns land here an.) blicvca In this, country. Big Spring, Tex, Jan. 0. Mr. II. li, Uarto, Demlng. N. M. Dear Mr. Uarto: Your recent letter received lo. day and will slate that t was glad to hear from you. Wo aro having a rold spell now and on the nluhl of tho 7lh had a two-lnch snow. Lat night tho tempera ture dropiwd to 7 above, which ' is llio coldest weather wo haw had ttifa winter. I was cry much Interested In wnat you bad to nay concerning the...

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. — 6 February 1920

COLUIAUS COURIER asin ,. i iMigiiii)iii in ii If . rlrCKy SMdw Lost m MMnfW rnvmraj mMy mm! Motnr ISoIuMmm cHkcni were rtiM wHh nWi ' satd wM stwria In the air by fivltori Lieut. 0. h. L'llicr ami k M. Woir. Who BuntJcyrtl tare, retting up aftec a Saturday (rip frosri Koft WlM. Leavbtf Wero Monday for D9ulas, tfcey, Jravcted ever JeIcit territory, and having qisflas kowWe, wore forced to d- $4jMM' .NiCOfftl), Bon, Mexico. CamwnMo excitement was oc caateeed upon their non-arrival at Dptafas mU the wires wore hoi looking for information. By night ntMiutftftucn alrplanea wero trav. f.relng the border looking for the b4led uvlalora, and finally word wh recehcd that they were de tained by Mexican officio but would undoubtedly bo released nt an early date. Although II Is believed tholr detention was merely to gel a form al atatemenl from llio Americans as to their oxcuao for venturing south of Iho border, American Consul Francis J. Dwycr at Nogalei has takln tho matter up with Iho Kovcmor...

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. — 6 February 1920

'Tv 'I m f HR COLthtBUS COURIER. frUDAt. J-JSnftttAAY & iMd. Rife BwmwKjyt at Shortly feefnte It o'clock Satur day night, while the bhjgesl crowd In Ihe Msotry of Wagon Mound uccuftasl Jim danco floor of the oera Immn. the cry of "flro Mruck terror through Hk asecm fyttr. and the crowdmeu, wraen a-nd children surged toward the ier that Ird down tlio stairs to safety. Tlio orchestra members played on. ' Al the start it seemed that panic was Imminent, lull the men In charge of the enlctialnmcnt set. fit coolly and quickly. Men were stationed nt various points lcndln-j from the linll to tho street liclow and kout tho lerrorixed crowd un dor control, 'tho cool action of tho orchestra members In tonl Inning to play oud tho assurance given Hi crowd that there was no cans' for alarm was Instrumental In the averting- of a stampede and th Iom of lives. Tho building was a . total loss, The property, which was used as a storeroom, was owencd by J. F. Kurns, who spoke to the assembly upon t...

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