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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 25 August 1916

c. nmtJios"1 The Results of the County Election This Fall Will Be Decided by Columbus if We Stay Together Vol. VI. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico. August 25, 1916. No. 10 Telephone Operator WilMte Honored Mrs. L. Bradford Prince Will Pre sent Tribute For Bravery During the Villa Raid. Mrs, L. B, Prince of Santa Fe, wife of a former territorial ;overnorof Now Mexico, will bo here Sunday for the purpose of presenting a gift to Mrs. G. 13. Parks, who was taking care of i he telephone exchange (luring hi night of the raid. The presentation will be at the i rystul Theatre Sunday after n nn at three o'clock. Chaplain X, T. Vincent, of the Now Mexico National Guard, is in charge of the arrangements. The Silver oty Independent of August 22 published the lollowing : "According to a letter received ye-Uerday by Mrs. S. M. Ashen fetter, state regent of the D. A. II., Mrs. L. U. Prince, of Santa Fe, past state regent, will visit Columbus on Sunday, August 27, for the purpose of prosen' ing t...

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. — 25 August 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" Bottled Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY "Near The Beverage for Health and Strength NON-INTOX I OATING- GERMAN STYLE LAGER BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - - - PHONE 305 Cole Bros. Show. Away from the old time moth oils of presenting tented amuse ment enterprises, is Cole Bros.' World Toured Show and Trained Animal Exhibition, which will Hive two performances, afternoon and night, on Monday. August 28. The Colo Bros.' World Toured Show travels in its own two all steel trains. As its title deno.es, animal features predominate, but do not by any means form all of the programme; high class Euro pean novelties and horse, pony, dog and monkey acts are inter woven into the programme with such varied effects, that the on looker is taken from one suprise to another with such wonderfu rapidity that he hardly knows what to expect next, and it is in the arranging of the ...

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. — 25 August 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Thre lii more Catarrh In thla aotlon of mi .mi nt ry limn nil oilier tllaruara put (oKrlliiT, l""1 u"'" l,ln 11 few years waa auppoanl l b InrurMit. For a rrint many )ntl Uui-tora piuntmnvril It a VimbI dlaeaae and prescribed local itmf dlra, ami by runilniitly falling to cut Hh local trentiiienl. pronounced It Incur nble. Hclence Ima pruMrti Catarrh tu 1m a conatltullonal illaeaae, and theieforw re. oiilrra conalltullonal treatment. Ilall'a I'ntnrrh Cure, manufactured by v. J. I'lirnry A Co., Toledo, Ohio, la the only I'unallltillnnal cure on the market. It la tnkrn Internally. It acta directly on the Mood nnd muroua aurfarea of the ayatem. Thry niter one hundred dnllara fnt any ran II falla lo cure. Bend for circular ami testimonial! AddrrMl T J. CIIBNBT A CO.. Toledo. O. ffl( Vr tlruidala. lie Tka Ilall'a family Itlla tor eonallpatlgn. R.W.ELLIOTT WELL DRILLER Hole Drilled Any SI 7.0 nnd Any Depth STANDARD RIG Ivitlmnte Cheerfully Furnished Columbus, New Mex...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 25 August 1916

THE COLUMBUS (WRIER. Hill UUUUIIIUU" ww . - BLOODY PROSPERITY. R ! 8 Children Cry for Fletcher's COLUMBUS DRUG COMPANY . . n mir lanH tadiv. Dut "NO one aispuies itmpgrrj H.v.H....7 ... it It sectional In Iti factory aspect, abnormal In Iti fevered rush, fletl tioui In Iti essentials, and perverting In Iti tendency. Worte, It I the gold tluleed from the river of btooU, poured out by the horrifying acrlflce of millions of our fellow men. God forbid that we should . ... I. - I Unman llf. W hid boatt a prosperity wrougnj in ucn v. -- -- w rather rejoice In the prosperity of peace'-Unlted Statea Senator ft Warren Q. Harding. S3 Tlio Kind You Iluvc Always lloiiclit. nml which hns been in iihc for over IW jears, hn borne f ho Miniature ot j niul lias boon made under hU per- 7 s jZS7-- Hounl umtIsIoh sliioo Its Infancy. WiayiT&lcAU Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations unit " tlut-a.-Kood " are hut :icriiiniits that trifle with and endanger the health of inf...

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. — 25 August 1916

THE OOLUMBUB COURIEH. ELITE Ice Cream Parlor Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Etc. Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes GOOD MUSIC, EXCELLENT SERVICE Everything Clean and Sanitary Nothing Cheap Except Our Prices COME IN AND SPEND A PLEASANT I EVENING Homestead Notice U. S. Lund Ollii-e at ..'is I'rnecs. N. M.. Aiitrimt II. WW Notice Is herein jrlvrn that IM'dle T llnlvftsnn, o( Walnut Wells, N. M., ulio. nil Mhll'll '.'I. I'.llil, inilite llll'lll' .tend entry (WiL'J. fur W. S. W. i; N K. t 8. V. 1; S. K. t N. W. i See Imn -II. Township X! S.. Hun).'!' 1UW., ami on .Inly (1, lull, iiniili' mldillonul ImiiifHtfuil cntrv, Nil HUSH, for K. i S, K. 1: S. K. i N. K. i: S. W. i N. I'., i. Section III. TnwnHhli S.. Kuntrc ! W.. N. M.l' Mi-rulliin, ha-. Illcd notice ll,, I.. ...L-.. 1I II,, ,,.,. proof, to o.Ulilixli rial"! to tin1 laud aliorrilt'fcurllx'il, iH'fort1 M. L. .Mu.vy, l". S. Ciiiiimi tslnniT, at Walnut Wells, N M.. on fie'Jnd tlay of October l'Jltl. Claimant names as itnees: ,1. K. Stlilhaui...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 25 August 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor entered at the l'ostoRlce Bt Columbus, New Mexico, for transmission tlironj:h the Malls as Second Class Mall Mut ter Subscription Rates 1.50 per year In advance. K'.OO per year If not paid In advance. Sflo for six months In advance. AdOertising Rates IS cents per single column Inch, each insertion. 15 cents perslntflo column inch, contract, Lncitl column 10 cents ,er line each Insertion. Make free use of printers' ink. Talk to the world about your business the line of goods you carry; their style, peculiarities and adaptabilities. In purchas ing, do so with care, remember ing that goods well bought are half sold. Make careful selec tions, buy cheap, and make the selling price reasonable. Tell the people what you will do, and do what you advertise, every time. Send out your messages every week. The people look for it and are dis appointed if they see it not; and it ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 September 1916

Compare the Columbus of Today With That of Five Years Ago, Then Think of the Great Future. lEolnmlms famfief Vol. VI. Columbus Heroine Is Recognized by Presentation Soldiers and Population Witness Presentation of Dinner Service, &c, by Mrs. L. Bradford Prince to Mrs. G. E. Parks in Recogni of Her Bravery on the Night of the Raid. A scone was emu tod Sunday it the Crystal Theatre that vvill be memorable in the his tory of New Mexico, wlicn Mrv I, Bradford Prince, on behalf of herself and New York friends, irt'siMited Mrs. G. K. Parks, lephone heroine of the Coluin .us raid, witli -tU pieces of solid -ihenvare and a gold watch and . ham and to baby Gwenyth a -olid silver cup. At three o'clock the Crystal Theatre, which seats over 1,000 people, was tilled, and standing room only was available, which was most all used before the ex i rcises bewail. Mayor T. rl. Dabney presided, and Colonel K C. Abbott made an address, ufter which Mrs. Prince had the tluor. After Mrs. Prince's addres...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER! ColBmbui Heroine Reconiied I'ubhuht'd Every Friday by (Continued from Page 1) Editor Stack in Mud I Editor Holt, of the Doming Graphic, and Misses Holt and Tor rill, eaine down from Dom i ing Saturday afternoon with Kntered at tli l'otoR1( ut Columbus, New Mexico, for tratumlnlim through tin? Mails as Second Claso Mali Matter. Subscription Rates 11.50 per year In advance. 12.00 per year If not paid In advance. Hoc for tin month In advance. Advertising Rates is cents per slnifli? column inch, each insertion. l,i cents ier single column inch, contract. Local column 10 cents er line each iusertton. Justice and Poetry Two week's ago Judge Peach wrote a poem which ho called "Domlng's Farewell"' Judge llogors. of Deming, wrote some thinn lie willed poetry, whioh lie supposed was an answer to Poach. Well, it is not necessary to take their spasms serious, but we will put our money on Judge Poach. The Courier Publishing Company homage, not only to ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. HometteatJ Notice U. S. Lund Office at Las Onions, N. M., August 14, Hlltl Notice Is lioreby trlvtm tlmt Ktttollo T 1'obertion, of Walnut WolU, N. M., who, on Murcliilil, 11)13, mudn homo ,teod entrj. CWi32, for W. H. W. 1; S B.t S. VV. 1; H. K. i N. W. t Sec tion 20. Township. TJ S., Hanjfu 10 V.. anil on iiuiy ihii miiiio niiaitlonnl hnmcstend entry, No. ifJMM, for h. H. K Ji S. K. I K. t! M. W. i N. K. j, Section 111, Township . '12 8., ltungo HI , N. M. l'.Morldliin, Iiun Med notice of Intention to intiko Html throe your proof, to establish olulm to thu Inntl uliovi'iloitcrllied, lieforo M. U Music)' , C S. Commissioner, ut Walnut Wells, N M., on thoiind day of October 11)10. Claimant iiainnH ns witnesses: J. K. Ktidhnin, W. C Masscy, ,1. A. Denton anil U. Li. Keltll ull of Walnut WolU, N. M. JOHN L. HUHNHIDK. Ilcg-lalrur. Stat of Now Mexico, Htute Corpora tlon CoiiiinUjIon of New Mexico. Certificate ol Companion l lilted StuteH of America 1 HS. State of Ne...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 September 1916

THE 0OLUMDU3 COURIER. Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" Bottled Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY B99 The Beverage for Health and Strength NON-INTOXICATING GERMAN STYLE LAGER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - - PHONE 305 oixLJK EDITORIAL COMMENT Tlio fact Hint the Democratic cam paign manngers hnve booked Secre tary Dnulcls for a speech In Maine teems to Indicate that they have aban doned all hope of currying the State and simply don't enro what happens to the ticket lu the September elec tion. Senator J. Ham Lewis, a spokes man for the administration, In at tempting to apologize for the resi dent's mollycoddle expression that vp nre "too proud to fight." explains that It Is an uld Latin quotntlun. Hut the people already know thnt It Is out of date and the expression of a decadent nation. "We don't want to maintain a po litical almshouse," remarked Mr. IIukIips to the North Dakota farmers, and a nation applauds him. Ameri...

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. — 1 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. There Is more Catarrh In this ssrtton of .,, (oiiniry than nil other disrates put (niEFllirr, and unlit tlio lout few years mi supposed la be Incurable 1-or a great many yrar itoctoia proiiuuni-il It a 1,.,-al nuil prem-rllm local rune- ,lls, nn.l by rniittatitly fulling to cure ullll uwai irpnimmi. prumuinr-w II incur ull Science lm pravrn Uaturrli to be n. , ana theraruro re- I tin -institutional disease, iiulres cnnsiiiuiionni irraunrni. I'ntnrin wurr. inanuiaciiirrii ny r. i. 'Iieney A '".. Toledo, Ohio, ! the only i'inalltutlnnt euro mi the nmrkot. It l tiilirn Internally. It ncta illrrctly on the Llood onil muroua aurfurea of the system. They offer one hunilrnl OoIIiur fui any nun It full" tu rure. Heiul for clrculara and ti'RtlmonlaU AitdrrMI r. J. CIIP.Nr.T CO . ToUdo. O Hd W Orusslsle. He Telie llRh'e I'erally 1'llle for conitlpatlun. R.W.ELLIOTT WELL DRILLER Holes Drilled Any Sl.e nud Any Depth STANDARD RIG l.htiiiiiitfl Cheoi fully V'uriiUlu'tl Colum...

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. — 1 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Music by 13lh Cavtlry Band. At the exorclsos hold nt the Crystal Sunday afternoon, music wis furnished for the occasion by Chief Musician Luedtlto's famous Thirteenth Cavalry Bund. This band tnakos a still better showing than ever with their new instruments. It is not often that tho people of Columbus are per mitted to hear this band since the arrival of the otlv military bands, but it can most always be recogniaea by its music, and Co lumbus naturally believes it is the best "what is." The Ladies' Aid. Special notico to all members of the Ladies' Aid. A meeting will beheld with Mrs. J.T. Dean, on Wednesday, September Oth, a by-law will be voted upon. This is important to the orKunlaation and all members are expected to be present. A general Invita tion Is extended to all ladies locally. Sunday Senrices Second Mass. Regiment. Regimental Service, 6:80 a. m Headquarters Second Regiment, singing led by the band: Rev. V. S. Danker, Chaplain. Roman Catholic Mass. Su...

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. — 8 September 1916

c. It. The Man Who Looks at the Dark Side of Every Problem Deserves No Consideration Whatever Vol. VI. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, September 8, 1916. No. 12 fiolmntbiii School Opens With Enrollment of 119 Additional Teachers Needed. Tbe Board Considering Manual Train ing Department. Expected Much Larger Attendance Soon. The public school opened Tues- ,tiiv morning with an enrollment of 1 10, which hurt been Increused in i;)0, with prospectH for a much Miner .attendance next week. Will probably be several days ft before the school board will i,.. able to ascertain how many teachers will be required. One more teacher in now needed, and be employed bj the board as mhmi as possible. Prof Greed is princlpnl, and litis charge of "th, bth and IHh grades; Miss Lyle has the 4th, Mil and 0th; Miss Whittley 2nd and llrd; and Miss Cannon the 1st At least one additional teacher will be employed and possibly three. The board is . ousidering the addition of a uiauual truiuing department, wh...

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. — 8 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Children Cry ?or Fletcher's SEEK PROGRESSIVE i Tho Kind You Have Always Nought, and which hns licen lu uio for over 00 yours, lias homo the Rlgmtttirc of nntl lias nocn uiaue tinner ins per- 'Vj , ttonal supervision sinro lis itwnnry. Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Itnltntlons and Slust-as-Bood " are but Ixicrltucnts that trlflo with anil cniliinger tno Health or lufuuts and Children Experience ngulnst Experiment. What is CASTORIA Jfitnrlu U a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Props and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It "ontaliis neither Opium, Slorphlno nor other 'urrotlo MiliHtanee. Its ngc Is Us guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays I'everlshness. For more than thirty years It lias been In constant use for the relief of Constipation. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, nil Teethlnir Troubles nnd Dlarrhiua. It regulates the Stomach nnd Dowels, ussluiUatcs the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's lanacca-Tho Mot...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 September 1916

THE QOIilIMBUa aorauat, Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products OUTHERN SELECT" Bottled THE BEER OF QUALITY Beer FLASHES FROM HUGHES 2 DETROIT TALKS. I AMERICAN RIGHTS. "No one could successfully present to iin American audience thut nil Am erican citizen's rights stopped with the coast line." 'There Is not n particle of militar ism In my composition, hut there Is Americanism in Its place, hn) If elect ed, I am going to see that -American rights ure protected." LABOR. "The working man Is not asking any thing he should not have. All he wants Is a square deal. "No such thing us prosperity exists for Just one class In America, unless it exists for all." "The Republican party does not stand for the prosperity produced by the war, hut for a prosperity produced by sound American policies and th are wliut we propoe to have." PREPARE ON E83. "Do not let us get Oils country Into a low patriotic plane so that wo are -ositeiit with dlsestcein, with the m-off of the world." " i am an Ame...

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. — 8 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. WHEN ALL OIL IS GONE CAM 1 1 iPQ QPi IT OSXX sBi ' DOING WELL I niTllft.ll.lP Ul 1.1 1 ON CAMPAIGN "How's Jane getting along with Iut shopping?" Kmc. She's got dad down to Uii IsstS hilt" HIS CLASS EYE IN PAIN. CHARLES E. HUGHES, isss5ssssssssssss5! H HIGH LIGHTS OF HUGHES' ADDRESS IN CHICAGO "At I was one hundred per cent. Judge I became one hun dred per cent candidate." "The moit terlout charge against the present administra tion It putting Incompetent men Into important positions." "I propose that when a man goes to represent the American people he shall be looked upon 0 with respect and esteem." 0 "Nobody has the right to pay p political debts with the good 0 name and the honor of the rl United States." p "I propose to have no more In rO 'kiss me and I'll kiss you' ap K nJ proprlations in Congress." Dj Likaly to Da a Problem to Find Some thing That Can Re place) It Flow much petroleum there is in the Hinted Stales no one knows, writes Franklin K. Lone, secr...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 September 1916

THE COLUMBUB OOUBIEE. There Is more Catarrh In (hl ti-rtlnn of r .uiiMlry than nil nllicr Olgruin put (.ether. iil unllj Hit- lam few yeurs hik upKrtl to be Incurable 1 Or a ctuil runny year Umiors iuiiumrl II a li.i ill disease anil vrrtcrll! local renie ,: , , ami liy constantly UIIIiik to cure wltli Iwnl treatment, pronounced II Incur utilr Science linn proven Catarrh lu be a cuiihIIIuiIoiihI disease, nml therefore re .nines ciinstllutlnnnl treatment. Ilall'ii In till Cure, inniillfai llireil liy V. J. . luney A .'., Toledo, Olilo. In the only miiitliutlonnl cure nn the market II In mkrii Internally. II acta directly mi Hie lined and mucous surfaces of the eyotem. They oner one uumireti uounis tin .... Ii fnl I uml trillrnnnlali IJJrfMi r J. CilRNKT CO Hrtl W lirusalits. 11c Takt lUli'i Family fills lur ron.llpallon, Send for tlrcuiam Tolrda. U R.W.ELLIOTT WELL DRILLER Holes Drilled Any Sio uud Any Depth STANDARD RIG t-.tliniiU Clieerfully Ki.rnlshe d Columbus, New Mexico THE RIQ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Krlilny by I The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor Kntared at the Postofflco at ColnmtHM, Now Mexico, for transmission through tho Mulls as Second Class Mall Mat Subscription Rates II 50 per year in advance. ffi.00 per year l( not paid In advance. Sfia to Ik months la advance. AdOertising Rates IK cents per single column Inch, each insertion. 16 cents er single column meh, contract. Local column 10 cents fer lint-each insertion. President Wilson probably J was not very much surprised , last Saturday when the com- j mittec ofHcialy informed him of his nomination tor a second term, but he certainly will get. the surprise of his life on a j certain day in November. Mr. Wilson may have been a good school master, but he is just as i much out of place in the presi dential chair as Pancho Villa would feel in a Baptist Sunday school. The president may feel proud of his settlement of the railroad strike, but there are mi...

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. — 15 September 1916

C. Rf Hugh" Judging From Present Indications, the Military Camp Here is to be One of the Largest on the Border Vol. VI. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico. September 15, 1916. No. 13 Government Brings in a Good Well Water on New Camp Site Now Sufficient to Supply Over 17,000 Men, Allowing! 25 Gallon! Per Day for Each Man. The Hulsey well drilled by the Government on the new camp site was tested out the first of this week after a larger pump and casing btd been Installed and a much larger qinntity of water was developed than hud been ex pected. The capacity of the plant first installed was only about 50 gallons per minute. A six inch pipe was put In and a 594 inch cylinder, which furnished I CO gallons per minute. Work has beon stopped on the .Miller well located in the 2nd Massachusetts camp until a pumping plant is installed at the Kngendorf well. The govern ment did not expect to use the Engendorf well, it being furthor out than was intended to go with the camp. This we!l has been ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. f t bHO I UlllH Net ContentsTWiS3 For Infants and Childrou. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria -...,.nl . .tl'KU CEKt Sot NARCOTIC: Bears t' Signature In Use Over Thirty Years m Exact Copy of Wrapper. rt etT ... mo o erpr j the right pn The Palace Market Willingham & Middleton, Props. Fresh Beef, Gamble vi. Flack W V Gamble and Robett Flack hnve been drawliiK atton j tion to the justice's eoiut thisi week First Gamble lind Flaclt nrifsted on a charge of unlaw fully entering his house. The evidence showed that Gamble hiul given the defendant the key when he left here Inst winter with a furload of horses. When Gamble retiirimd home he claims , ho demandeded hi key. Flack says not. Flack did not deny enteritis the house and biking i away some of his own property, the question w whether he I had the lawful right to enter the I house. The judge said yes. I Next on the program Flack I tried to bring about legal pro i ceedings to hold a chock made 1 by the railroa...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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