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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1920

It" , KQ TWO WUfoAtt AWtft i, m. 0 wnum co.onau-nvic ffromc Opt er the weal Important mU JW rW MM M UWMMM, H M M im4 hr. memy, mums on Tue mt te seery w more WDWtTT ) iMiMmy ISWVfHIl What fcc tafcnlfaf tin Demh Co- The MiecilMt wm ealM liy ewmnHNw of the arm lurcu, which raw iwn worxma; ot wo proposition of a fo-ojMTHtvd pro iluco market mmI Moro. Afler It wa naret to tho ecHMRtHc thai the which was "deemed nctM wiry to start the business, was In ht, a meeting was called of IIiojo who hail subscribed for stock and llm business was put on foot The meeting wan called to order ly J, G. Ingram, chairman of tho romml!lM Temporary chairman ami secretary were Hugh Ramsay ami J. H. Dodercr. ghairman Itamsay first colled for more new tubserlliera and lncrra of subscriptions from those who had already subscribed. In a few mlnnlej M3Q more wcro mb M'rllml for the project. Xetl the propoMd by-law wero ian up arucm i- article, dis missed, amend and approved These by-laws hod been very care fully...

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. — 2 April 1920

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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. — 2 April 1920

6djjjMttti fMftittfi .AMlfUf& PvtdUnd JS'vmt rHrfay" ' t.t'AWwhed KteVan YrS (tW) kWwhed BssVi tee .tfrsg w(l.....WM. Jp! ' AWMnftmJUlm Ub rh-trt Pan, wr CtSJStMtfd SSM Sjtld (MM MUwt, HMNtOl WtttMNtt tSttu eresty, . twr rlM ai lite poeserlks fi New Sieike, as second It teems sirattsK lbt a small taurine makes a net Income of J780 per month. Mil yet ho tin been or rerUw a half Interest le anyone that would lake over a handsome mil income from a nico business. It I to litrd Ihetfl day to spend fT66 per month that he want some- one to mare hk lot. Me hwi stopped working nights now, at tho my am growing long-Mv-Detnlng Free Pit. The above "new Item or scur rilous screed 'H round tucked down in the corner of a mm of Hm Ikming tlrtphic. Itie Cowter edi tor doe not tense It, to he candid. The wording of It the Bagllsh of It sound like the effusion of primary grade pupil or the muU If rings of a "nut." In retard to tolling a half Interest in the Cour ier, this ha been done. In act, a g...

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. — 2 April 1920

V! - t' i i n ' ' wiou'imt ftMtft, ' u& 1 I for a i J R. BLAIR FOR RE-ELECTION AND FOR THE OLD DA A Dl YE1 BO AKD Or The OIdTBord of Village Trus- A 'tK toiiid'Wretairwd to com plete the waterworks and sewerage systems they and the present May or made' possible. They are fa miliar with the details and as H. O. Duerr, the engineer, is in Colum bus, work will start IMMEDIATELY after the success of the Bond Issue is officially announced. Keep the present Mayor and Board of Trus tees in Office. The present Board of Trustees is composed, each and every one of them, of SUCCESSFULBUSINESS MEN. They are men who should and do command the respect of all citi zens. They have been tried and nobfound wanting. Criticism they invite from well-meaning citizeps. The Board as a whole stand on their record and ask your support and your votes and one and all .asure you that their past experience will be used for your1 benefit and for the good of Columbus. Sample Ballot MUNICIPAL PARTY TICKET o For ...

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. — 2 April 1920

lM Ws.laWaaSsaMs to ones mtDAY amuu Vi Tie JewU tmUv) of known m Peaswa. or latjr. b jt4 this yer rridsjy tvMtac. Ash-h , H m MwNfar. Ar& M - SsskdslM! tikBakt k mwhv nrwfm hmmiw sctiwi ;irfctty to tmdttss. wtrtn Mn WwTtl Jew csnehub) Um toast oh AH . vcr wm enffcwllr m rttHural festival In tommm wHk oWkt asricHHurst feast, H has pn ineeWed inu'st tram it nriptaal nature worsMs) and Identified wHh an historical ' event and a spiritual tntiasngv rIlltw In the frlng of tW yew, U lent Itself to the. H&k nf iy and i-pjuvenatlon liicMent to th awak jming of naturt) rrom the frlsrfd sulUugatton of winter. Thu con verted Into a symbol of liberty and freedom. 11 signifies csespe from tyranny ami bondage. M the 'ie ur the deSl Puree)! vw a railroad employe. !t left a nolo to his wife and rhildif u, ay to amons; other Uiiwt: "I can't stand, la is pain ta my aad" Tn dead man WM SB JTMHWatV aMi Ne tlme:Metit of Ufei son Mssmst m fiaMasi Mm ta Jaat MMoet 1 IM mat afMMslSt only to have re...

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. — 2 April 1920

ntbkt AMWt I. mm.' MaMfJtY M. KAftftrfMJL NOW in aittniA, hwtks nmcNo rntwy at, ln. da Dnrik rem Kftarwik lo (J WHMMV f (art fhdB JUttft Wj letter U the wly one I bm n rnii wm in nut, l ww lhra4MBtUl if 0tkt ib lo eaatahf -vera turned back lo the govern--wienl and In Servlanf to the .consul. All were bathed and teiitod. Wo hd a plant for I ho purptftn at our heaaquarferi". Tho refuses had MO rhlldreru Theso were wonderful efcudeen wltk. 4mmU an rquat nitmbar'Bf boy and gir. It did mr heart aooa not to lie Mo In many of their braakc m the wrrc but human. ittr MMi'M trains of aver 390 hi. teafci. I always jtoLlkem Inaaed akaaa Mut tout tbew , before tho imt ar rival, imer m new i immhm Island, tkelr kormanenl hmo and jchonl teachers and fiome comforts were uwH llicni, A wo closed up our piaco t r lfieted lo ho aent up Iho lino a (he iKilllto ehfrtwifiK rniMdtr and I rould too tho end In tight, I want- tti W Wn Hwrh aad I must toy It It area! beyond description. I went beyond Mttripk. ...

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. — 2 April 1920

i i I ii mi iiwii . ? J? ..-4 EASTER GREETINGS TO OURCOST WITH A SMILE AND A ! 15 V n f p. -1 " ' MLTWtJUl TWEillOUM OT 1 AMD 4 O'CLOCK iWBBtii'i himii i mmi a nn mil i imni i - -sj--asB3ni iiiw ji .iin,iigggBiM OT FLHOS FK SALE SATURDAY AND SMMT L -3U Ester 8utar wll be fUllnty observed tMa, yer al Iho MeWiol church With a profusion of Rower, special Easter mule Mid m XsHef ratnipi by Mr. Barton on the 8Uu bcl: "Jesus I Risen; He U Merer1 We Invito people of 'any or no de nominational connection to-Join us In worship. In the evening we will Join wilh our IWTptUt friends In it union ie nice at 7:43. , The Sunday school service will also Includo a ipocff.1 rcrpfHllldit of the Resurrection day. We hope for a largo attendance. If any of our members or con stllurnts havo Batter Rowers, ws ask flicm to loan (hem lo us for Iwo hoyrs on Barter mornlttf. from It to 12. If marked wKh a card, wo awuro weir swo return. The Ladies' Aid will have their regular monthly business meeting;, which wi...

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