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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 21 January 1916

The Generous Spirit Displayed By All Saturday Night Was Nothing Unusual For Columbus Vol.V. Conditions Good in New Mexiso The Washington Post prints I liw following sUitoment from Governor McDonald, concerning conditions In Now Mexico: "Industrial and business coiu tlitlotis in New Mexico nt this iiuii' a iv good. Tin1 war lias not affected those- ..million generally, thoutsh It had an adverse effect on tho cop per industry foi- a short time. This has now entirely uuun over eome. und eoiinur mining is inoro prosperous than over before, I think, in Now Mexico. I do not think that another war of thi war will affect Now .Mexico adversely in any respect The out look generally in Now Mexico is good for the noxtyear. All lines of industry In Now Mexico seem to he prosperous, -.uch as mining, stock-raising and farming. There are really vory fow tin employed hero. Of eourso thoro are always a few, bi t there is employment for all lr they will lake it. William C. McDonai.ii, Santa Fe. Govern...

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 January 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER I'nliliiditsl K..r Ki-hIbj 1i The Courier Publishing Company "'","e,"'''',''ff The Broken Coin Spring Will Soon Ftp Hprp G. E. PARKS, Editor '.ntred nt the I'o-domV ut Colmnbin. New Mexico, for lrunuilssloii lliroHli the Malli in Second (.'hit Mull Mat- ! Subscription Rates l.f0 kt ear In urittmce. $2,110 wr vear If not paid In tidvunee. SV for lx month In ndvitncv. Advertising Rates i-i cents wr single column Inch. wteli nertton. l'JL cents iiernlnifle column Oiliuo Hrst door Wf.sl of Hu nch, contract. Iywal column o cents I lor Drun Ston. up stttirs ier Hue each Insertion. Some means of fire protec tion in Columbus should be provided at once. Water is the first thing to be thought of, and the "city dads" arc and have been worrying over the question for the past year. The only solution of the prob lem seems to be a bond issue, but an election cannot be held to vote bonds until the regular April election. Up until that time there is not ver...

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. — 21 January 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. I'd TtolPAii, noupluipil q to what next to do. "I am not lierc to make guesses on , such tiling.' rejulmtil tlio clerk.' "I know nothing, anil that is something." "Nothing la enough fot one of your kind to know," replied Itoleau uhmlly. ilo might mirhupa hare encaged In still more truculent conversation with the clerk, had. he not at that moment "felt a hand laid on his arm; lie turned to race 'sergeant of Kundarmes, who tlrow him to one side. "In the name of the law, you nro inr prisoner," said the man. "Come with rae." 'On what chnrgu then, monsieur?" demanded Itoleau coolly. "It la my right to know something ot that, I fancy." "The charge Is murder, as you know," said tlio sergeant. "Tha same on which you were Just In charge. I um to wa.n you once more that what you say may be used against you at tho trial. 'At the trial?" exclaimed Itoleau. "1 thought that was all dlsmUccd. Did we not have tho king's excuso to leave The king himself set frco my master and m...

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 January 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. !i ' For Infants and Childron. Notice l. artmutil For Publication AVcsUUcfttianhjawW ... "i" HMItnnClKClM- OniunuMorplilnenflriUntiai- .lt .On" "3' JttcSlm.1cSInfiot Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tho Signature Personals and Locals ; Dry butteries' at Miller's Drug Store. If A colt belonging tit Henry Gardner was run Into by un unto a few days ago and its lig broken. The cult is still ulivo N. M. I. inrli1liui. Ims filetl tenlw of tltoimll tilde is not Hindi hope ' mention to nnkf tlimi live yetir proof of Im- Intertof. !' S. lnd Ollkv. Ijmk t'mwia. .V Si.. Junuwry IS. Ni.tUi- Is heraliy Iflven tlmt IfMlfjr Itenirl' (hmliwr. of 'olumtui-, N.M. who. on Dwemlier II. IBOS, iwule lioinfMeiol xntry No. tvVWi. for NU'i' ntiiin 13. tilK-ll-lllli Us S I'nlW N W for it to ever got well. t(iewlilMipliillHtothe Iniul ultove At- i Mirttxil. Iwfoiv W. f. Hoover. V. S. If yon want to runt, lny or 1 ( nnunl-.loiH-r. hi lohmiltiis, N. M. J i.ll ii Iiiiom' oall...

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 January 1916

No One in Columbus can Complain of Busines Conditions Except the Chronic Kicker Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, January 28, 1916. No. -32 Prepared to Fight Fire Major Tompkins has buen up Ladies Aid A few of the Aid members who The Canning Factory Work Soon to Begin Tho deep tfst wull for oil hero will bo started within the next few weeks, according to Mr. Iamiuhoi) iintl H. A. Meuns, who w( re In HI I'aso this week con ferring with H. W. WUhoii, the limn who hits taken tho leases. Mr Wilson hits boon dissapiwint-i-d in not securing "I' tho leases he expected, hill It will not hold hack tho development work. Sonic who hud agreed to sign the lease, nt last refused. Tho lease is as fiilr as anyone could wish for, and far better than any lease that has ever been offered before. Tho chances are that after the drilling is started some of them will come across, and if oil is developed they will lie more anxious than ever to sign the Wilson lease. It is hardly possible that uny c...

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 January 1916

THE 00LUMBV3 COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor '.ntered at ll IWollkw at Columbus. lw IWoMtw at Columbus , for trnnmUHm tlnmiKli New Mexico he Mull- a Seeond i:ins Mull Mat ...4 Subscription Rates II. SO I mi' ear In ntlvunrv. M.00 Ir .ear If not paid In ndvunw. Sftc for ix moutli.H In advance. AdOcrtising Rates S cent jwr slngie column inch, encli nsertlon. 121 cents per single column nch, oonti-uct. Local column . will ar lint- each Insertion. THE GET-TOGETHER SPIRIT Every town that is a town has the get-together spirit. Merchant and farmer and the people generally work for a better town, better living condi tions, better amusements, and more personal freedom. Here arc some rules of the get-togethers: The town and the farming community cannot succeed without co-operation and mu tual assistance. Farmers should forget the wild charges of the demagogues and consider their own interests in relation to the railroads and better railroad fac...

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 January 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. tlnd some Kc'ntton In Hid problem 6t rnilliiR the coin. Wher was It? Hnw .ould It be galnml? Upon Count Hnihlo more limn upon any nobleman of tin- court till nncMInn rcntocl grlov otisly. He Giillstetl therefore as hi tonfcdornlo u mnn holonglng to tlio ucrct polltu in (JrahoffBii. Ladlslaw, u rlintilnx hap with courage. "Lndlslnw." finlil lio. "wo mum go to tlrctzhorfcn ut once. The coin Is tliorc. Hither Hint young woman lias it or Count I'lt Jerlelt. or tlio king. The Jailer Is mint likely of tho three.'" It came out much at Hnelilo hnil roa toned. In tho contusion now prevail ing In Grctthoffoii tho two passed un challenged oven to the pntace door. As for the king, ho was by this tlmo well forward In his wluo. llo recolroil Knchlo anil IiIb friend readily unnugh. l.lttle It mattered to'liiin who came, ror all wuro welcome. He reproved for his hesitation tho cliambcrlnln who announced Sachlo. "Let him come to us," sold ho. "Let them all conio. They are welco...

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 January 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. tj.irw.ntilSYlriAPrichffl I CASTORIA is a I- a 1h tinailKStom.icti8MJP V. ..nMltflnCllffiftL' OiiiunuMoipUnciuriUatui. Not N.22HL, tsmi.SourStomadi?' For Infants and Ohildron. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tlio iguature of BIG IMPETUS kli I ESTABROOK BOOM, "Dark Horse" For Republican Presidential Nomination. LW AAV D-partim-nt of tin- lntrliii'. I. N. lml Oltlw, Ihh I'ruwm, N. M., ,i kDvmi-.v 12, nun. Notiw It Itetwlty irtvun .tlmt Hwiry IWiiiflf.v UunIiiw. or t '(ilumlttK, N..M. oh l)mwiUr It. MK)S inmle l.omosttitiil entry No. infill, for NWJ rtl.m I'J. Imrnslilii 2s K nillVt H V N M. I'. iiii'ihUnii. lint tllwl notiiH. of 1 1 i. ...!.. ... ,,.,,L.. Hmil ilvn riiiir nt'OOf i 1 u.MinltllmlHliiilo1lHlnil Imv lit- rll, U'foiv V. Hoover, U. S. ,.-rn..l. nrrrimr ni n lirr" ! lminlsMrmo r, lit 'olumhus, N. M. NATIONAL DEFENSE PIONEE" !outt,ti..iu, of wo,.....-., mm. lUatiniint mimes n mHiihssos: i hnrliw llutli. Siiiihh'I It. Hunt. .Ir.. I TliomaK...

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. — 4 February 1916

No One in Columbus can Complain of Busines Conditions Except the Chronic Kicker Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County. New Mexico, February A, 1916. No. 33 A Week of Entertainments list wojek wns certainly a banner week for eiitertiilniuui'ts Hi Coin iiiIjiis. For n town of jts mw, Columbus has all oihi'i' little towns, we have i'cr known beaten in tlic way of social i vents I'iMt Tui'Niliiy after niMHi, Mrs ,1. L. Greenwood nt4rtain ttl tin W. (5. 1'. U. most itlensnntly at I km- beautiful now lioiiic in the northern part of town Friday evening tilt? Kp vorth League hold one of its delightful socials' at the home of llt George PetOIS, ulllell WHS greatly enjoyed. The "lie'ngu .-rs" took advantage of the event to present to the new bridal oiiile. Mr. and Mrs. Weld, a handsome rug, and oilier pres ents were also given. Saturday iliei'iioon. M -.-l;t lues Anderson .iinl Hallcnger. at (he home of lie former iave a 'Hope" show- r to Miss Llw.ie Stuntleld, at a Inch Unii! her marriage was announc...

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. — 4 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER, THE COLUMBUS COURIER I'liLliMifil K-r Kiulii.v by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor I'.nteretl nt the PintolMw HI t'nliimbu New Mexico, (or truiHtiiN-dim tliiiifl im Mniu hh SiHximl Clns Mull Mt Subscription Rates M 50 jwr In ndvuno. '.'.i) perl var If not pMiil in mhamv. SVftirj lx month- In uduiMe. ' AdOcrtising Rates ' 1,1 evnu hi- lnifl- comum inch, ouch j n. i'ilanu iwPHliiirlvi-iiluniD neh, etmtruct. Local voliiinn ner line each insertion. cwitH The hobo question is becom ing more and more serious all the time. Any night you step out you can sec their fires near the stock yards and farth er down the tract. No doubt the two fires here were caused by them, and they arc liable to start more of them. There ought to be some means of getting rid of them. They will tell you they are hunting work but there is not one out of fifty that will take work when it is offered him. All they care about is getting a feed once a day from somebody's back door...

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. — 4 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. treasure, I myself lmvc been In that room. I liave been beneath liu wuIIh , I know the vary placo where that secret Ih concealed. l.oik, we havo all the coinand even ir this hulf ill counterfeit their half, the true half though It ho, Is no more thnn half. They cannot read the rlddlo of their own treasure, ami yet wo know It! Who, then. Iihh won this buttle? UIcIh-k aio needful for any king- With out tho secret whloh wo ourselves Until, what may they hope? No, not ..II U jet lost, your uuijost)!' Tho old king turned upon him his liurulng eye. "Count Surhlo," said ho, "jou have disappointed m time inul again regarding yonder coin; yet after all, of all my noblemen, you liuvo been the mont successful, for Hiirely oit brought to u the secret. That la true. At one time wo had all tho coin. Uitig we hne hail half tho colli. Today we held It all in our pos sesion, and we still hold It. Urlnp mo the coin. 1 want to examine both halves once more with my nun eyes." "It ...

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. — 4 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Hb A 1 T,r :t rtn l CNT AYctabfcItette4jl4 TrrnrrfrwiIirHMi i..ii:.Ucii(Yii(iicnfit' 5oT NAKCOT1C. I lOSSOFjjWE" For Infants and Childron. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tlio Signature of BIG IMPETUS FOR ESTABROOK BOOM "Dark Horse" For Republican Presidential Nomination, up , 1 Exact Copyof Wrapper. Tmc cii.T.u co...... tw io eirt. ft JA In J. Use j For Over Thirty Years NATIONAL DEFENSE PIONEER Known ae Fearleet Advocate of Tra ditional Republican Principle Also Recognised ai One of Ableel Cam paigner! In United States. Tar nml away tho most IntFrwtliiM tiling of tlio national political ttun lion I the movement Hint has brought Henry I). IWnbrook, of Now York nml Npliraalcn, o prominently to tlio frmit n a candidate for the ltepublleati pre. 1 Idonllal notnlnntlon. I'lrat cpokou of n n iiiwxllilllty In connection with tlio presidency low tlmn fix months aft.. Mr. Batnurook Is today ono of the lomllni! cmiillilfttw. with evidences of strength 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. — 11 February 1916

Bonfief Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, February 11, 1916. No. 34 Mexican Found Dea'd HtM-nito Burulln, a Moxieun of itUout lourty iour years oi ugo, i whs found dond lit tho Blrchllold viiiwli Into Timsdiiv nrtornunil. .Inline Pencil was notllletl and lie um.mwI i. liifi- mill liulil un .1 ir.vnnw. IV. .1. Unlii-rlMon. I'i il . r mum, i win jyavin, 11 111. White und T. A. Hulsey, guvo n voiiltci. to tlu ofToct tlmt tlio do- full from n wlndi'nill tower. Hi IimiI hnnn olllnir the mill und Darclln hud been u foreman of Hirchllelds for twenty yearn and was' well lilted by all the men The body was given burial on the ranch, which is ioeutud eighteen miles east of town. Our Delightful Climate We often hoar people talking coki, n uoi summer, or u nui ur dry season. There mny or may not lie something in some or all of said signs; but we do Itnow there is evidence of u mild winter when oeoplo hutch chickens in .lanuary mid that not in iin-lu-( ubator, or in a house. Among those 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. — 11 February 1916

THE OOI.UMBUS COURIER. ,ui 'Jl: jus iPPahl THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Kei-. Hrldu by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. - Editor I'.ntored at the l'ostofflce nt Columbus. Ne Mexico, tor transmission throuifh the .Malls at Second Class Mall Mat-1 liT Subscription Rates l 50 k-i- your In advance. tiUW tvv war if not paid in advance. So for, s inontlis In advance. AdOertising Rates l ' rents per sinifle column liu'li. each nserlion. C'i cents r sliiirle column nch, contract, laical column "i cents net- line each Insertion. Sunday, Maroh 5th has bien designated as (jo-to-Church , Sunday. Don't overlook the date for you want to be there i Go to church on this date even I if you never go again. Thcj program has not vet been ar ranged but wc will guarantee that it will be a good one. The. deep well proposition Mr. Elliott has put up to the people of Columbus and vicin ity should be earnestly contid cred. He is sinking a ten incli hole and if he strikes the same water that was ...

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. — 11 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Wo do not want you to cumber our corridor with your dftetl tat It lie ji.'ic then, nnil till tlnin tot your word In) knpL Hogaho then, und thank gcod fortune, mid not your Just de serts, that you havo llfo loft for you. If any of you remain death shell be his f ile ot onco. Decide quickly, my pood Sulilo. You have not Ions to llvb. The mont wators are not vt touched tliry will Hood these chnn- mis In the rock to their very roofs, j Didde thun." "KnauRli. enough,'' cried Sarhlw holding up hla handa. "Wo submit we gurro'ider- we UKrco." Count Frederick reversed the wheel. I.Utlc by little. Iho gurgling nnd rush ing of tho waters ccaried. They r' arht'1 their own level nral-i Onro i;uro the ol'l nout we lacked, and onco ncre a Jrawn beltto had been fought over that secret which rtlll ro malned hldclon deep somewhero In those rock caverns. Little by little, slowly nnd In deep humiliation, tho forces of Grahoffen found their way out an best they tnlMil -or at least ...

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. — 11 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. L For Infants and Children. Objects of Charity 1 It it 1- lit J CASTQRIA AVcSctatklVcpantmiitM luiyiiK "---yMn nomotcsDiwteltoUlierfJ ncss.-uiaifcst.Cwit.tiusw OpIUMil0IpWMIB Not Xaiicotic. ditto i in i SnnrStOSaW"30'"?' lOSS OF SIX". Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tlio Signature of SEE B Exact Cony of Wrapper. Kip n Use I If Enr nuor v I u I U f Ul Thirty Years TMlCINTkUNCOMMHT, NtW VOH CITY. IB. m . K L t U fl Space uml copies tif bis paper go to in ik uj) the newsiiuper inan'.s entire stock In tnule. These two are nil that he fins U offer fur shIo to tho public, and uml no one litis as yut glvun miy sort of satisfactory reasons why lie should vtr bo asked by any oneU) donate them. One thinu newspaper men will micr be able to understand Is why tiny parson will walk into) a newsimper office ami uial(u him self or herself an object of char tty and insist upon what they would disdain to ask for in any other simp or place of business business vis...

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. — 18 February 1916

Let's Discard All Prejudice And Elect Our Best Men For the City Offices in the Spring Election Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, February 18', 1916. No. 35 i Full House Wanted Everybody go to church Sun day, March 5th. This Is the day sot for a record attendance nt the local church. Make your arrangements now to attend. Jt I is hoped that every home in the whole valley will be representee; on the above date and if possible we would like to sou evory per son in this whole section there. Make it a point to attend even If you do not over expect to go to church again. Rev. J. A. Land will hold serv ice in the morning, and Rev. C. II. Boddington will preach in the evening. Special sermons will- be prepared and a good musical program will be render ed at botli services. v Everything possible will be done to make the day an inter osling ono for all who attend church, and the services will be beneficial and instructive. Don't lorget the date, March 5th. Old Timer Returns. Mr. and Mr...

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. — 18 February 1916

THE 00LUMBU8 COURIER. I m Iips of n treat We pulll hor nut Uf c .u a..d found In her ixwMtKlon '"" 1 lfl lost this twrclfawt. r rt iw entraiMK It eurtomty Vliat. another half-told tolct" said I j- Ha torn across." Yi B." IHMBillmt Siaitliln "Ii I. - cry like thai of the broken coin. If I WJ i ..i.ii B.rvBa me, n says something i t a prtHd." v ii are very faithful. Bach to ." fnrmlSW. "Von nra ... r.t.i at-! v ry efficient. What do you say! : giuJc ii.oieiler I ny nothing " rejoined Kitty Gray, 1 Mood defiant. unt Saehlo spoke for her. "I nm j . nded from the way she ootuports .rM.if. your majesty. umt gn, ,aow4 to " " llmi ue pretends about this Itt- m pi ion iters. - so. then, you undertake to be ob "' ,0?" The eri of Corthltaw was tf J on her with tta oold nieuano. I cm not obdurate, but I stand up n my rights," she want on. "I have n i both the halves of the coin, and If I !i d I would not glvo yc.ii fithor. As V this inscription. I know nothing of It- this la Hi,, tint time I ha...

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. — 18 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER, THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Kverr Friday by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS, Editor Kntered at the I'ostotlleo at Columbus. New Mexico, (qr transmission through (ho Malls ail Second Class Mull Mutter. Subscription Rates 1.50 per year In advance. $2.00 pur year it not paid in advance. 85a (or six months In advance. Advertising Rates 15 cents per single column Inch, eueh insertion. 121 cents per single column inch, contract. Local column 5 cents Iter lino each Insertion. NEW MEXICO A COMING STATE New Mexico is destined to become one of the great stales of the union, (t is the fourth state in size ana n more healthful state there is none. This climate promotes health and there is no question that health promotes intelligence, thrift and prosperity. One thing that will and is helping New Mexico is her ex cellent schools. There is not many of the states in the union that can boast of a better system of public instruction than New Mexico. AVe arc remind...

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. — 18 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. m an 1 . '.HC.V II - BEHlOn KKki, il CAS1UK1A i'io Personals and Locals iJp"""""' ; Customs Broker For Infants and Children. T i Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria "....num. .urT.UCr.XE AYcbblcrtciwntiontffAs n i..n:.iKllniiClKtnul' OiiiuiiiirorpUncuDr1"21 Not AKcoiii.' LOSS u Always . Bears tlio xr" Signature t f ry Jjv In X Use IX For Over The officers and litdlos of the Thirteenth Ctivnlry gave a Leap Year Duneo in tlio old Hank hall last Saturday evoning which was , a very swoll affair and was attend ed by a largo number ot people. A. .1. Tulle arrived hero last week from Santa Hit, New Mex ico, and will spend a few weeks with his family, who live on a homostoiid a few miles northeuwt of town Try tho City Tailor Shop for Hi st class work. Located in the old Stsco building. tf .1. W. Hlalr this week received rrrom his old friend il. C. Churl I ton of Riverside. Cal. a crate or jexcollont oranges. The editor jsays he has sufficient evidence to know. Commemora...

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