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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 February 1920

. a , f IV I. early rybody worth whi eve EARLY everybody worth while spends some time "enjoying the finer thin of life. The banker isn't al ways thinking' about cred its and sight drafts. The manufacturer occasionally Kost-sheets and out-puts. The fccutivc finds an occasional mo- which profits and losses have pcance. The better type Hyee frequently stimulates Knation in realms far re- om the counting-house, or the office. everybody worth while" means, 5, those who are doing the the world and whose voice, illy or collectively, in com- politics, in art, in work or in ic most authoritative. magazine should have about and a half circulation that Id publish the best wok of itest writers and the greatest artists ic world that uMsliould shave Mhe newsstand sale that it should, in ike publishing history is important. of far greater, importance that this le is read by nearly everybody worth t insignificant that the chance ac ou recently met on a limited deeply interested in the same you your...

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. — 20 February 1920

KtfiHT W Ink yow jawtnw IM: ROAU CUXEM STRAIGHT To Be Stawn at the Celumtjtis The-1 atcr b.i Soon as the Uuarant Inc. Is Raked, Wkkh Is Expected to lie Some Time ThL week. I uili Henn.son's rfforja to appear at raitB In society account tor svnrrnus porl'on of comedy In "The llnad Callctl Straight" and thero Is sufficient human appeal in tho story makeup to warrant It be iti rallnt a comedy-drama. It In inv I ho-cowboy out of the West again end plants him flown as the wife of a toclrly girl who only mar rdil him tor his money. Hut bo-for- the last reel is done ho has pimivIiiciiI hrr that he Is the man fur hrr. Mr. L'cnnlson has a manner all hit own. Ills restless shift f -om no fool to another when he dl rtrds tho togs of I he, plains for Ihe. clothes of conventional society ami Home Made CAKES Frsk Ertry Day At Johnson Bros.' PALACE MARKET The Columbus Cour ier is today recogniz ed as foremost amor g the leading newspa pers of the State of New Mexico. The circulation of the Courier...

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. — 27 February 1920

County f;M, ctv - VY ! .. .. V THE COLUMBUS COURIER - VH.IL COLUMBUS, NEWJttXICO. fEBKUARY 17, 1120, y llO.'i A ... . ' - J . lai . OVUM MURES AT CAMP FMBJN6 Wll mm "nbs" Ail but KisjtK, H fastaU, Are stflK lft)GlM4 Olafoaf Wom O.PIWBBBOBT nUlKAL POT STARR llii I utlnNlU'Xwm systems wmm pwmMEMirr Meyer Btoir ms4 VNtog ftsttrt t Trwttew Uw aulas frm lfiHusMH'M fw ISiMtc Cowl, HfRKtiEnDN CUM OPENS V iini Jpt MATOI; SAYS T1S mm-, POWERS IS AFTER HAM'S SCAIF tist PtaxafltsrUr WHk VTItope Af. sf hunt ai Mtr Ira-. pi IV Ike Mate Tm hirt ' hi Mte Ma Alter wetfw of ewcul,Uen as to whs i wom or wvttM auk run for mater of (VIumIhm MMt also for meMtorsfcto mi Uw YJItot Board of Trofet, (fee Courier M aWo (o puWUh wlh iMtttvorliy that the political dcki aro cleared for ao tlon,ai ki o fr M llvs present mayor mmI board of truto aro C0MTIH The mayor is owl fw rc-elccllon. Tho vHtosje Board ta IU entity ditto. ' Ms? MMt Mi he thinks hi rejH m mayor i food enough lo - Ms knewleefce of village affai...

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. — 27 February 1920

TWO KM ROSS REDEEMS Hffif; MAKES (HYSWW9F NNQ Cat 1st Maity Bwjr. sMttilMliT 1M HIT frfry Uawttm Their Mm arWei )fon fjb$a Kid Hois Is himself again, and llm fcl Ihal-llock Hone knocked hfmToul once upon a lime at l)cm Ing .fa forgotten. How that "fight ing dancing master' did flglit lail Saturday afternoon! May bo I ho palaxy of distinguished visitor and civilians liad something to do wHh it fur Cotonel Ihirfcr, commanding the Seventh Infanlryi Majors Iwk wood and French, and nearly nil tho officer of tho Twelfth Cavalry and 'Twenty-fourth Infantry wim there, lu sen the doings, and lli'-ru were 'doing, believe, mull I TheStlh Infantry arena wan jammed an I he nilecTi rounds of lighting ' in the main event mi alt and more than was'to ho expected and the lesser louts -were- all worthy of big 1 1 mo and Tint ItnerA, Keltirnlng In tho aforesaid Jlnis-Doncs battle, lUn toot a world of punishment and fought like a drunken sailor on It ml In tli' tnulh's's for 21 hours. Iv4 had his measur...

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. — 27 February 1920

t6S iffttpAY, m m Mum J0 tRRBR WATERWORKS-SEWAGE tmEKMOMMCQ fWJtffiDMENIITT Mmhmm for P ttWir- tvtmnUu fe Pi-sHml i to )4 w m Vet Attmnilul tMly Tin. ri tVeriom Year Cm Vet. (Continued from Pago One) 0 by IhO IU4nce of ltd knmii therefor iu the mount of m,m; w rl tm4a for Itio construction of system for supplying water for Ihn n.tl ulll.. iu . ... .... win mg quc- tkm of authoring tho Board of trustees or said vlllaga to Incur an ndeblcdaees on behalf of said vll- IMO b Ihft ItmanoA nf II. therefor in the amount of 115,000, i nno mnm lor me construction of a ecwer system for eald village," which ordlnanco was thereupon read In full and Is ai follow, to wit: &mSMX NO. 68. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOU THK SUBMISSION TO THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE VILLAGE OF COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO, AT THE REOULAH ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, THE OTH DAY OF APRIL, A. D, 1890, THE QUES TION OF AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF TJIU8TEE8 OF SAID VILLAOE TO INCUIl AN IN. DEBTEDNESS ON BEHALF OF 8AID VILLAGE BY T...

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. — 27 February 1920

? 1 J7. . t jMMmiHW mm in i ii Mi I la i li iMMM MmMMv.'i'l v mm month. tr ItekL 1 .-M Klfrt Pe. tech Calftcd M( mh( readtag netted , wie uHorNoa, mo per lino; By wJ ' UKifltti without change of copy. M l;r nun. Miumium cnargg, ww. Entered at tho postofflco at Co- iuhious, fiow jsoxico, aa jccofiu class matter. www sugar beets. Tho, enormous increased ron sumption of confectionery. Ico cream and toft drink can only to 1 explained tin tho theory of the food viluo of thft sugar used In tho man ufacture or awrct atuff. Time was when the confectionery business was a small affair con rowd in (ho retail with Ihlldrcn for cuatoniera. f The American people arc using candy, swccU and ico cream as they use meat ana Hour. If half the energy used In howl Ing about hoarding sugar were spent In growing more sugar heels, there would bo no shortage. Tons oN paper are used by the government bureaus In shrieking piraa mat wo use only one teaspoon ful of sugar In a cup of coffee and our wife says stir...

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. — 27 February 1920

FftrbAY, mmkM WW. rA3 i Wtald Yon ' Believe mi WN yu nny, town ft to m art very RMrf MHO The Evidence of Your Own Eye We Ha ve Clothing itM f4k for Hstte rmm k4 )cl lti M)f awl wt cwtWMr Many s the hlahrt m(rl ravi . . Capin & Son Eay to Otf KNOW Mtd we know every housewife In Colwnfeus ahouM Jsc Use owner of cvcoltilny rleclrlo. Think of Hie (Imc mvn) ml the hb4rm of the work after jwi have used our. . . ... Electric. Vacuum deaners, Ektric irons, Electric Toasters Ihro wo have percolator roaster ami Electric , Heaters Ihai Harm the rootm almost Instantly. Wc hair, or will get for, )n anylliktf Ih the electrical equipment of ttoro and home. . . COLUMBUS ICE and ELECTRIC CO. DANIEL & HAGUE New and Second-Hand Goods Bought and Sold NEW STORE One block west Clark Hotel COUNT THE MEN WHO COUNT 'Count tho men who count lit our city or any other nml you will find the Homo Owner, the Developer, the niaii who Is depended on to accomplish things. The man who hat to admit that ho Ih ...

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. — 27 February 1920

KRlbAY, FEBkUAKY. . 1M. 9 Life Nt. 42 B. E. SISCO Emblmer One block north and haW Work K of the M. E. Church. LABV ASSISTANT FOR bit? Luck Milk.Cream, Buttermilk CALL AT THE Ptach I Puck Milk Parlor TREVA BLAIR, public Stenographer THOMAS 4. COLE L'nllrd States Commissioner Justice ot the Trace Notary Publle Colutnhus, New Mexico HOHOEH MEHCANTII.K Corner West Fourth ana Kroadway Save you Money on Orocerlrt and Provisions. W. R. RERER Attorney, and Counselor at Law Practices In All Courts COLU41UU8, NEW MEXICO Dlt. W. C. FIELD P11Y8ICIAN AND 8UiUJEOJI In Dr. Marthall't Former Office Phone 40 COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO Leave Your Order for A ford car Willi EVANS GARAGE If your Fort) U sick, take It to EVANS GARAGE. Home Made CAKES Freak Ewfjr Day Johnson Bros PALACE MARKET Gold Horseshoes Epn t net effialasicr. Deia't pay f mt tM horssthatw mm yon amy yew prtsttfctf. S r yw ainiy iuaal ytraiwiti farym. Tim It Dili fcititl af uimrit w hi tstMl feiM Jthatl trf peaces Wat MIlMHIES FARMERS USO...

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. — 27 February 1920

t'AttMY, WtUHl AkV si) iM. sssssasssBssasssnsasji nOMAI, tmitt) VMCATWNU owl St is fettrter-U' Mr: We are Uk- Ms. tt Wwrif f totwisttu rou M MHMMMvmnii' of the saxmj M WMNf IMfMHMiVtll f t fnl Vwttfcmt Board to ymir n in khl intention to twdoavnr lo M ni mm visit very ssjMtsjr. Mtitvr. marlM sad tn.your eswsrty wtioe ttsMMty wn IwwM in. asjajmaM by, or H Im'saWa to Dm serrte in Unefe ssbh's BfWIn force, and whoso iNMMHiy It a vocational handicap. We hve written to (ho Jted Cros : ami the local post of (ho Atswrlca of your city, wkln? for co vperattaH m our efforts to locato cvpry disabled person so that lio or ah mhthl have explained (Ho rights ad privllegea that (ho ajovcrnincni I offering (heii) under (he Federal Mohahllltatlofl Act awl to aid them in lakh whatever steps ara ncces sry towards oWalftlng thcao rhjhts owd prlvlhfc at government cx- pCMO. " If you wJH kindly alia extend jrour co-operation wo hopo to bo able to attract to your city all per wm who might bo ellgltilo for...

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. — 27 February 1920

9 OfBMnMHMM MNrtK, mw tmmta, man, uoujumm umiN At Curtary aU known mm arousal Hrico, X. M, awl Joajt Um f Im Crucea Uatt paai waak raaetvaA a KoU tiriek lear, Tt aw aleaa U. S. INCOME TAX EXEWTSNOBOl Every Nfeen Who HMl NwtM in lata Mmt Om1 Columbus Theater f3 Commencuiff Saturday. Feb. 28 zJL GET READY FOR SPRING nteeMeeM (111 parucuiar itn baa ssn ed off and uai far years aaaa ot Ottom aara aaast lkmm bv i'inkamtt dtUe Sunday, February 29" fully lo run tba erooam i aHtt. Here la use Mtar: atsatrid. l-B. m is last mmpm featuring DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS hi i wm put. Typiui RririMMks phy. Monday, March 1 The House of hitrijpieM AN Stir Cut Tuesday, March 2 "Tin City f Comradts" Wednesday, March 3 1ati; tk Wis" featuring HARRY MOREY hi i svftft 5 mi fatal imM. Mm LARRY SEAMON m I twi Spoil. Thursday, March 4 ."Tk PhanrtM Hooeymoon" Featuring MARGURITE MARSH Friday, Merch 5 Patkt Fiitm " TwiPm" s'c'a1t Always a good show, often the best. INCOME TAX RETURNS DUE Business Men, Farmers andWa&...

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 March 1920

, Or,' Ownty NO. 16 4i r f M h ! " ttiwOTiii Ww M At? and VMS IN HUH KCW ftteansMs) lwiBMB lnjwmW ansjsv Mr U Ctituissbts, Amfen. 3, Kdnwr Cotemtws Courier, CMUMtHN, X. M. iXnr Mr; JK reply to tin statement nf Oarls Paw, my opponrtnt la me re for KMpar. eonlahud hi the Is- wm tke uterter or February 17, 1 hv Uti to y: I deny Mm Insinuation u to tho tewsT Wftft In an unsanitary con dMmn whn the preel board was Iswnnittil into office Mitt his allcga M mat Um mwii h hi m even tltl troth k, (he kmn mm cans snawR we tort over M AW, We hove mtvrod Mi CMMWhti u. W ledey, OrfundMM k mm ef Mm aaast awHary town In lh (Male of tier Mexico. The iBslauatkHi and alienation or Mr, Power, as lo (Ho town' sanitary erudition, I cm sWcr Ihcrcfore, a knock at lite town lUeir. tA regards he flro plug and hose wttleh ho to seriously erlliclees: It M true tho village purchased some Are plug and fixtures to ihn amouM or 971.47 and M feet of Sl-rinch standard flro hose, which or account or the fact that (ho...

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 March 1920

II Ad !) IMS' 1 . n ll 11 MMb Ml HMttiA AAttilltt . " i'AlbAY. kKUCH iftm. neoaoa nnriii iiwri i mTntiwin uiii n , i - i m - - wmw i.wuw. . .. r fhiiB iT ; N N L ' "-V jfe , jli tvurm.! i,uminu! imbm to UULUMBUJH SHHHinRRBiinHHi HHnBEniBHBnHHI 4 f I To ba wn at the Itormrdi 8how$ wertc of March 15, HWWMWtlllWIIMIIMniHtintlllMHWWIIWHIIIIIMIimMIltMHUmHMIIWIUIIIHIIlffi WEEK OF ICf MARCH JLO IX DAYS IX NIGHTS' Bemardi Greater t s Exposition ,41 Companr AN EXPOSITiON ON WHEELS mm mwm. UWOEK AUSPICES OF THE ttUNNS flMMKt IF CMMEKE 15 Shows 20 Piece Military Band 4Ridt 2 Frae Acts i MA4ttfcu M'MmE-LEKITM CARS f rdl STI SPECIAL WOtmt' MY UIHH UNCI M, 12f EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS IN. EVERY STORE ... To be seen wllli (ho lierna ows the week of March It. MS4eeeeiWe0 t IH 1 1 H HI M AITS TMP TM9WSH NEW KXtt FULL 8F SCQNC TRHLLS of the Silver CUy Ms VW el M TraMf anil Weadrous CI Ml and HI Imajbf mt Tatra of Mdsan Lore X ef nJS EarerrjanJMti Wl MMO S MH F HnfcJI. Fret Mm 8Hvr OHy Independent. Tfce...

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 March 1920

r TO COtTttt i UNA ttlWTT TMS YEM PMMt jflffff KPui j tin; touaiapa cotiatetL 0 a TJw Big .. txclliswiSt l. 0. tain, 4r . Immk fe CL srMMI AM'WsAl 0 B BM ;tl"efWs (Mini Ui a tiiBWHnti teat tsTatM inmfcit hi Unto Chiiiii lM.yr, I far MtirSy-lav tat usees !( uieMd Mwi mHftlfKHw fcf) Ml MtmbttftMr HM Xuo. II, tk eeesl hi HmM a rtrt" r e W yiSi!', , t mmm tht " thjs iwrfsse- before, iha planting li '""The Farmers' Asseckttlon so far her been abla to act wkel only m Mm MeM Mvd lk)rwo ysrie- tesl Klshl thousand poumss of N feme Mid Xim smhmhs of Dtu-assao seed hre bee reVrM from KeWy teMy. Th Mefcwto will ml So per, pound. ik1 iha Duransjo 9a per fiOtttHI I. 0. B. pOMHS ID KWIjr COUU tyi Tho sckln will be extra. emmrmx km mtmym Last 8lurtr IK reesW mcet b)or Hw exectrtWo cestwrtUec of (he i.un county rarm w&recu am Livestock. Bureau th heW at (ho farm bureau office. The follow! aavctiof (he ten members wro n resent: Hush Hamsey. I. C. Tax lun. J. a Ingram, 0. 1). Hatlleld. H. II. llar...

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 March 1920

TBS. fmIdaVi narcu , m. Hill OQUOMlOB COVMIOK WMattttafOff aUttaV On tar Mxi TkN BMMUm fife iriMrirrf r fimwttmm rats- On flnt Pa-, wf saH- w tlx. Mtsmnum elmnfewe. KXIKAt KXTM! MX AJKHJT i.athjt mmcu. awm.L Oh boy! Wouldn't 11 be fine if the city wero to placo the new watcr work on th) College Hektfils Ad dition. Mayor Blair owns one-quar ter Interest in these lot, conse quently li can ( ilo wnl is best for the city m the people of Columbus would y ho m doing 11 lo Im prove hi own properly. I was the one who wanted (he well up there, but the myor said not to even think of It m long m ho wu mayor. Hp also remarked that under no circumstances, as loss a he was mnyor, would he agree to placing it there, even If the real of the city council should wlah It (which Uiey don't). But being one-fourlh own er of thla properly myaelf, I could not aee any harm In my wanting tho cMp well on It Regardless of what Uw mayor thinks, I avtll 1 be lieve it wwiW he tho proper place for it, and oh boy I...

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 March 1920

titi e&itmm emm. . r " . , I . . U. M r m f " ta muim marird hv haav hit V'aWaJM Ttaaaa, a DmMn aWa ft HMi IM VWaTUtU' Itanp, MM jr Oasvoral Jama Dak mow iX fetaY taftttUT. datotad taa i I M UHt part MMM f iMHm of UM oht Dcm- t- lM'lMH elnb alUadad fe.aa imMm h4 m amah cpsjat aifsY'ttt tor in Um (Mil TTiHtHk'sMi tk roniHt ahead, Um MMlnc top to bat trt to rCement Sidewalks General Ctntrcting Paul I. Walker,1 Contractor. JAZER.UPI .Dancing Is not enjoyed without (rood letl-tlckltog tnuile. Try POWERS' ORCHESTRA Box 313 or address Courier Go lo the KHAKI CLUB JOB JACKSON, Prop. , Jrs.O'Loanc,CflrUI!r, R , 1 (Ml at OXoano Hldf. THE OFFICE OF 4 . ounty Clerk of Lunt County is m A. HUGHES , if fh ii if f f f f YOUR SUPPORT t '4f 4 if, if it Mil 'It turn Mm ela by bMt haaaar mm vnm, , lieutenant 0. W, Boat Mate hi rteiachuwjil' lhMM. to rfOMkrv t? an cnaiiwtm, pwtrwpy hm th dalashaieat ai IsaalSa. ar Iran GotyMfrM. aipjfc ji Jaasiaev j, nagMia, WNaaart,; T, Qmn, pt at. Horn, It; A. ef...

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 March 1920

w JAS. T. DEAN CO. ' Fmkj Grtcmt We tHHutte tW Tea tkat well EASTER Bra!. Once Tries!, Alway Uks Cihiwiws Etectric Shoe Shop Wc are net?er foe busy to do your Shot Repairing. Comt In, We'll glCeyou a QUALITY JOB. W. A. WAKEFIELD, Proprietor FRATERNAL OftOttRS. btmta Life! Mi. 42 K.o( p. Hull ttMr XSt A. J rw. r B. E. SISCO UcmsmI IWirt-kif and Embalmer One block north and half block East or the M. E. Church. LADY ASSISTANT FOR laity Lunch Milk.Crcam.Dutterrailk CALL AT THE Puck I Peach MllK Parlor TREVA BLAIR, Public Stenographer THOMAS J. COLE United States Comml-doner Justice of tho Peace Notary Publle Columbus, New Mexico BOMBER HERCANTHJi Career West Fourth and 'Broadway Saves you Money on Groceries and Provisions. W. R. REBER Attorney and Counselor at Laur Practices In All Courts COLUMJIUS, NEW MEXICO UR. W. C. FIELD PHYSICIAN AND SUItOEON In Dr. Marshall's Former Office Phono 40 COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO Leave Your Order for A FORI) CAR. With EVANS GARAGE If your Ford U tsick, lake...

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. — 5 March 1920

if A County Lirlary Boole Wagon, r rc yoa easily excited? . .Miam i imiiiniT. Baft, A MwMr Mattta MMMMfuffy fer Mm freit(Ma f niii imteHal In tM rwl rftori. TIm Amtrt h Lftraty AiimIiMh " Mm rural nmmnwHIw la K Alar' IVtfram wfrMi U ts kaakais f It " 1r BWty wivemmt. ThA.LAMM mm day ta kk waaan M every tt and la f4t4 to NmtM mm UMARIANS JOIN FBHTONJWEST f- W tgUi-tjaWalBW f ftaf--jayrf-l iw KTVIJWnVjl HwTvlTfVm WHL AM) rOtttKM. KAN. Social PrMff) Can N SoWsd by TtacMnf Anwrk-w kkali Mi Trtlrtt. Th spirit et usreet that kM beea rwplBa" th country ln4tct tbat tka (ortlfQ bom, who hire Hocked to lb United Btatcs (roo every corner of th glob bar not been gio th Bropr Blp and encouragement, la tb opinion of tb 4,000 librarian who Mti m the American libra rj Aeol alios aid vrlio are bow hIIM la a "Boot for Kterjrtwdjr" atoTeeaeeU Th effort la a coiwortod aeoTemeat to carry ot Um 1Mrad fnma waeoa is aaoocwtiy My I mA. Ihm of fee Wm la Mm Baited Watta mm of tah BimMr U nlllloM do ai N4 or :...

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. — 5 March 1920

" YM, MAftCII Jgjr AWRJT HHWUh Wl KNOW' 8M4 Eaala M WeMiW Kfciht ttm iaanver tHf btMfaMM trip. itafc Mt $4mwni Ytai&4 Ml KM a hmimm trip J Nk Ml' wMto Mm m atasafc a akMMtot w);, A aaiihlim tad aJUr aevwal kyV est In immovmeed to rwm Humm. . - Nayrs, laswhrr in Nm ph. He , hfi Iwhim the Htk M IM wee. Whu mm nnvrn stw WW ikvnte lehtre Mum to (Ho Mty of tNCMfcjtfcftir rftiw, riwattofi of tin' Wid how to keep a temper, j mcHlnl equilibrium. I.ce Thomas has purchased I hi J&no Alboe homestead north of Columbus and adjoining the I'rv witt addition. Mr, Thomas Is build lnjr aa up-to-dalo homo and uhen couwBlcleit will, with Mm. Thnma, remove to I1I1 now homo. Mr. Zeno M. Johnson of Oil elly was In attendance on her hu AMEfttCANS ASKED TO jm M MPTUTt INJURE. WWW Mltfi iMtftajattry WW BMvlnt rtrm Cat It CarrM Out. Aaatrlcana sioula keep out et Er eye, els they hare Imaortaat Vwl- n there, until Ruroftapj hare h4 as opportunity to set on thelf feet bud during hU ment attack ot VhL'LZ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

,: I! - " 'M ' 1 " ' '" tiiicoLuimr r i ii inn Miiiiii i i m. i ii i ni ,i J, iiirliii iiiifciiiiu oUMy S COURI iVMCH It. lMtV w Monday, morning al 0:90 o'clock . th gutthi of I ha Hotel Clark were :'MkmJ by the report of Ihm jfetfo In A room. Breaking tho door ioii, Ihcy found Ctptaln Wade Dotttr, Medical Corns, U. 8. A, dcc4 wllh hi iKxly partially on dm floor ftfld bed and Mri. Maud Doster on I lie bed with a gaping hole In her breast. Doster had been hol In the back and aln In the breast. OfHcera Ureon and H Offers were MMMnoncU and Cwouer Cole sum 'woaed a Jury, which adjourned . pending further evhfeftce. , .Dotler't body wa restwved to the itaeegue at Camp Furiosi ami Mr. "Mud Dewier wh .taken to (ho hos pital al the camp, where riie re ceived every attention of the doo .tor ami nurses and under their "tare alio I ilowly rallying, Tuesday afternoon her condition had so Improved that Judge Cole summoned tho coroner' Jury and they Journeyed to tho hospital and receded Mr. Dotte...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

fwd jad mtmt, MAhftKttww. MOM. MMM TsW WWN AMI (storm Mtok. k riaicVmt of DM WM MOM Vr tO UHI MKM I Jury mi MM nw, c Mtfvd to twnw IM lln f tew Mm WMIM It1 of wMefc tniwst euafet to be Farther o IKe mum article jy "Thi testimony laet Thursday we Introduced tn an tHeawt to thaw that Hicks dala in tuoh precious unit Inoffensive mrrchandtia as co ealn, nwrphine. ruh alcohol (dead 1 poison), and Mexican Hot Nlci stuff n be lectins the nwn who am trying to rvo?r from ml dreaded innrmuy to which man kind U heir. Yet the empty bottle in the lllcka dive north ot Ilia track Indicated thai cither the men at ti) Diiblio health service hos pltat had been (retting tho ahtiT or somebody had. It la alleged that Hlcki maintained an undergrounJ route from Cldad Juarcx to keep up the tupply. This, In addition to prostitute of unknown degree of cleanliness and health, or lack of It. The authorities havo their eye on other places of vice, though nomine auite so vllo has come un der observation. Gamblin...

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