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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 15 September 1916

REPUBLICAN THRIFT IS CDC tnt THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Built Panama Canal Out of Cur rent Revenues, Patriotically Hoarding Bonds in Treasury Which Democrats Filch to Hide a Deficit. CARNIVAL OF DEBAUCHERY IN PUBLIC EXPENDITURE Senator Penrose Bellevee the Looted Condition of the Treasury Will Necessitate the Withholding of Contracts for Battleships De lay the Whole Scheme of Prepared nct( Nation's Money Frittered Away to Finance Hare-Drained and III Advised Projects. Wllllnin K. Wlllcnx, CliHlrmnn of (lie llepubllcnti Nittlunnl Committee. Iiim rei'elwd from Seiiiitnr Penrose h brief tint K)nltlve smiimlng up of Hit exirnvngnnce of Hie Wllron Admlnl frullon (luring the session of Congress jul about to close. The Senator uy : When the country realizes what Mil Congress bus done In the way of nppriiprlntlnus It will lip diiuifimnded. Alreinly, It bus been sliimn (hut over n tilllloii, even or eight hundred lull lliin (liillnni Imve been uppruprluted inure money than wu ever appropri ated I...

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. — 15 September 1916

Ttiet It more Catarrh In this section of dm country limn nil other ult put leggier. ml until Ih' last yr nu uiihmI lo U liwuiubl. Kr a Krtot many years doctor proiiourwwl It fnl ill.e.. ami Prwrlly.! Ic. rriM . ami by comtantly falling to eura with WgSl treatment. ptvnouiK It Incur able. fttn law proven Catarrh t constitutional dlwase. and llrrirr 1 itutr constitutional treatment U iHtarrh Care. muMta-mred ly F. J Ohiiwy A Co . Toledo, Ohio, la the only t'onitltutlonnl cure on tt- J" titken Internally. It acts dlwlly en the Uood ami inucwM surfaces f th lrm. TW oltw on. hundNd dollan. foi any ea It falls to cur. 8ixl for cln ( end ttlinnlaU Adjr.ui F. J IHKNRT A CO . T..0, O IM-ll DtHlllli. tie Tk flail's family fill, tut .M.UtMllw. R.W.ELLIOTT WELL DRILLER Hole Drilled An Sie und Any Depth STANDARD RIG Rstimivt Cheerfully Furnished Columbus, New Mexico WANTKU, MAN for nMioral work in bnUory. Columbus Military and Uonfiutloni'iv WANTKI), Dry Miwquiti' Wood Tor fuel. Culumlii Mukury ...

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. — 15 September 1916

Houston Ice & Brewing Association Product "SOUTHERN SELECT" Bottled Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY The Beverage for Health and Strength NON-INTOXICATING GERMAN STYLE LAGER BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - PHONE 305 WIL60N KISSED THE HAND RED WITH AMERICAN BLOOD. President Wilson explicitly liows that the Curruli.IMiif. nut once but repeatedly, inmle tit tucks on Amerlcuu iowiih, mid killed Atuerlcau cltleux. mill luutlluted them lu September. 1H15. Vet ou October lUtli. litlft. lens than u mouth Inter, this fame President Wilson. through Ills name Secretary of State, formally unuouuced to Oirraii ia' iiteut that It wuk his "pleus ure" to take the opportunity "of externum recognition to the de facto Kovernment of Mexico, of which Geueral VeuuMlaiio ar- rauta Is the chief eecutle.' President Wilson till)" recoil- nlred the jovtrnmeut which, bin own Secretary or State ueciaren. tmil Urm ! than a month pre vIoukIv eneaeed In repeuted assault u...

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. — 15 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER is pp ,and somc mcnts for the same will have to be made for next term. The, future of any town depends largely upon its educational facilities and Columbus is cer-1 tainly making a fine showing in I this line, thanks to our ex cellent board of education. ' Published Every Friday by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor Kntcretl at the I'ostolllco at Columbus, New Mexico, (or transmission through the Malls a Seeond Clas Mall Mat- Subscription Rates 1.50 er jear In ailvunce. $B.00 per year It not paid In advance. 8fnj for six months In advance. AdOertising Rates IS cent pir ilnKle column inch, each insertion. 15 cents per single column inch, contract. Local column 10 cent er line each Insertion. The editor was asked the other day by a man who has lived in New Mexico for over three years who the governor of the state was. We told him William Jennings Bryan and he said he had never heard of him before. It seems funy to us that a 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. — 22 September 1916

More Buildings and better Buildings is the Order in Columbus Today, and Rent Is Not Increasing mntut Vol. VI. Columbus, Luna County. New Mexico, September 22, 1016. No. 14 YOUNG REPUBLICAN VOTERS FLOCK TO JOIN COUNTY CLUBS Orgsnlxatlon Mettlng In Santa Fl Starti with 145 Member. Success ful Meeting In Lai Vegas and An ether In Las Cruets. Albuquerque and Gallup Organlied This Week. COL. RALPH E. TWITCHELL HEADS STATE ORGANIZATION Santa V6, N M H. H.--A stHle olilc orgunltatlon uf joung men's He publican clubs has been perfected Id New Mexico almoit withlii u period of in ditys. Tbe work 1 uut yet ioiii plete by any mean, but tha iiune iiu'iit tins met with such siucei- and leport coming to Republican Hate headquarters lie re are bo encouruglng thai i lie campaign manager enture i lie uplnton that eer) clt), town and village In New Mexico will have It club lu complete working order with In another ten ilus, or during the (IrKt week In October. The work started simultaneous last week ...

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. — 22 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIEB. 1 DRY FARMING CONGRESS TO MEET AT EL PASO GREATEST GATHERING THAT HAS BEEN HELD IN THE HI8TORY OF THE PREMIER FARM ERS ORGANIZATION. ELEPHANT BUTTE DAM WILL BE DEDICATED By President Wilton ai Opening Event of the Meeting. International Soil Products Exhibition Will Be Held At El Paio At the Same Time. The International Farm Coniaes h Pry-Farmlne rongre) t schr-d- iltxl to meet at Ki Paoo, Texas, Octo 19. SO anJ 21. 1916. Tli International Soll-i'roducta Ei Hiltlon. which Is conducted by and iniler the management of the Con-tr-a, will alio meet In El Vwo, thi 'nts for the latter belnR October U a H, IncltielVF. Beginning with an attendance of a hundred earnest delegate from a totfn western utatea at Uenrer ten ars ago, the International Dry-Farm-ig Congrenfi ha adrancd rapidly la he position of the largest and moat nfluenttal organisation In the world if men Interested In tho advancement if agriculture and allied pursuit. Its Membership Is composed of leading f...

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. — 22 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER, m Children Cs-y for Fletcher's " MMMiPi FINNEGAN'S PHILOSOPHY BALAAM. S 'Alio Kind You Have Alwnya nonBlit,nna which linn hem lu no for over 30 yearn, lius borno tho signature, of ytf ,frr- - Ju been mado under Ills r- CL&VrffljtTjfa, B.V.ml 'Pen'ln since U Itittsriey. -fff7X Aow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and JusUm-good " nre hut JxiMsrlmciiU thnt trlflo with and oulnnirer tho health of infants and Children Experience n gainst Kxjicrliuciit, IS Cnstorlrt Is n harmless snbstltuto for Castor OH, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. Jt tmtnlns neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic uhstanco. Its no Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms mud allays Fcvcrlshncss. For more than thirty years It lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Btomnch and Ilow.ls, nssltnllntes tho Food, giving healthy and natural Mecp. Tho Chil...

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. — 22 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Houston, Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" Bottled Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY The Beverage for Health and Strength NON-INTOXICATING GERMAN STYLE LAGER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - - PHONE 305 VILLA AIDED BY WILSON'S FAVOR AND BACKING. Ill March lint. Vlllu made u raid Into American territory He whs u limullt lender whose career of successful infamy had been greatly aided by Mr. Wit son's favor and backing. He wos nt the lieml of Mexican Mil' dlers. whose arms and munitions had been supplied to them In consequence of Mr. Wilson's re icrsltig Mr. Taft's policy anil lifting the embargo against anus nuil munitions Into Mexico. They attacked Columbus. New Mexico, nml killed a number of civilian mill H number of United States troop. On the next day the president Issued nn iitinouuce uient that adequate force would be sent In pursuit of Villa "with (he slugle object of capturing lilm." On April Sth. ihe...

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. — 22 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. There I mre Catarrh In this sortlon of !,c mull ' liull nil tilli-l iII..Ims mt teiiellii-r, u Mil until llm Iiim few yMII vuia suppwifil In lie mi urnlile I'or (treat many )rni ilevluts .lun.miii'sl II n lucul disease uiiil preterltied lorn) reme dies, mid by luiislaully falling to onto ulll, Iim-mI trtalment. pronminrHi ll Ineur utile Science hat lumen Oiilurrh In be a lonatllutloiml illaraae, ami llicrrtori' r u.iirra eiiiiatillitliuml trnilmsnt. Hall's intstrll I'M. iiiHiiiifarturiHl by F .1 Cheney f.. Toledo, Ohio, In llii- only I'unsMlutlonal cur on the market It l tnkrn Internally II acta directly on the blood and muroiia nurtures of Hi system They niter am hundred dollar foi any ia It falta to cur. Send for ilrruiora and Iratlmonlali Adrfrrta: r. J CHUNKY Oo Toleao. o HrM Vr tirusslsls. Tic Tab llall'a Family 1'llla for vumllitiitlwii. R.W.ELLIOTT WELL DR1LLEK Holes Drilled Any Sir und Any t)iplli STANDARD U1G KstiinuU' I'lieertully Kiirnlslicd Columbus...

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. — 22 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER! .. . , i L.,1 i i Th Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS c-mtor KuUwl at the IViHonioe itU'oluinbu N. Mfxlco.fortramiiillottHou)tir'lieu ui mum. ... Uh. Malls as SwohJ Clttss Mall Mat-, w subscription Rates ll. 60 per year In advance. J2.u0 per ;tur If not paid lu advance 5o (or sit months In udvnm.. AdOertising Rates M oats per single column inch, each .nsertloa. 15 cents per slnelc column .neb, tsontruot. Local column 10 cents ,r Hoe eaeh Insertion On another page of this issue will be found a statement of the expenditures of the Luna County Road Board. It will lie remembered by a number of our readers that at a meeting held the first of July $6.500 1 , ( , p "Ja -ji" - lumbus road. The report above i mentioned shows that $4,600 was spent on the Columbus I road. The funds arc exhausted, i What became of the remaining $1,900 is a question we would like to have answered. It also noted that $2,300 of the J road money has been spent on chc Tres Hermanas route ...

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. — 29 September 1916

V More Buildings and better Buildings is the Order in Columbus Today, and Kent is Wot Decreasing Vol. VI. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, September 29, 11)16. No. 15 AOttfltf G. 0. P. NOMINATES COUNTY CANDIDATES AT A CONVENTION HELD IN DEMING Nominate a Ticket far all Coun ty Offices With Exception of County Clerk Pennington to Oppose Stump fbr Ascssor. At the republican county con vention held In Doming Satur day a ticket was nominated to oppose the democratic can lidates for the county offices. No one seemed to care to muke the race for clerk nirainst C. II. Hughes for County Clerk. The delegates from Columbus suc ceeded in Retting two men on the ticket from this end of the county. S. C. Pierce of Sunnysidc stands at the head of the county ticket, having been unanimously nominated for the office of. rep resentative to the legislature. E. Engendorf was also unani mously nominated for the office of commissioner from the second district. Bbth these men are well known in this secti...

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. — 29 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Ill ijllllJ m I JO0H0L-3rEttCCNt ' ASTORIA Onium.MorphtaeiiflrBsuu Not NAnc2Ii jfxSr For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of MYtV iDtALs or TMU SUCCESS OF THE PLAIN PEOPLE "If I did mil believe Hull III)' Itepiihllcmi pHrtv n the Hirty if inn' iirnKU'KH, hlih wii pre-imri-il under iik leadership to Hike tin' rimiiirj iiIoiik the ) nl mliMiliitloii In new need nml elRenrle of tin- future. I should lime ii.i pride In rcpre M-nitim H. lint tin' mrt) of I.ln coin l reunited loilu.v mid wo consecrate It In till' Ideal of Lincoln, mill those Idenl nrv permanent. These nre the lili'iil of the success nf Ihe pluln peo ple. They nre Hie Ideal of the nchlcvements miller free Institu tions, nf uices In all the activ ities of the ru-openitlve cnerK) of the plnln people." -t'hnrles K. OiiR-he In 11 Sieeeh Delivered nt I'lnttihiirs. N Y. 5 : noToss6FSif n ill i Exact Copy of Wrapper. mtiT.ir.tf. os city In Use Over Thirty Ye...

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. — 29 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE CONTEST OF TOE STATES Much Interest athictica In the slant e,h.b... made a, the In.ernal.otia. Solll'roducts KjHJU5.HK.il n.,.,liv Solll'roducts KxtiuKliton amuiiillv This Kxpositlw, u JZjr?,: under the manuKcment of the Interna tlonal Kami Collates ithc I)ryKartn Iiik ConKres) uml will be stHMd tliH year ut Kl I'mko. Texas. October H 24 About Jl'.Suo in eush prUes 1111 J trophy clip will be curried ott by the lepn-Rcnlatlve of Uie three states muklriK the bet lulilblu itf ugrlcul lural product at Bt I'uso The prm ctpa Incentive, however, is the credit m il recognition which attHcho to the miner of till star event Tho com. petl'lnn In swift, u it must be whan tip cream of the OKiiriiltural pro ducts of hucIi states an Nebraska, Kan ax, Uklahoma. the Dukolas. Texu, ( olorado. Arltouu, New Mtxluo ami a dmon other are assembled liy thcr loyal sons and ij1hc.iI on oxMbltlon Incidentally, the Mtor to ihe Kpo Hiilun I enabled 10 net 11 romprchon me view nf Hi' re...

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. — 29 September 1916

THE COLVMBUB COURlgn mm u Houston Ice & Brewing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" 'Bottled Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY "Near ivvl The Beverage for Health and Strength NON-I NTOX 1C ATING GERMAN STYLE LAGER BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - - - PHONE 305 Political Jottings. Tile Allouloli l'ost reiiuii thai n mux easier fur Us own heloicil De uiocihcj to endorse tlif President' Mexlean pollvj limn to define It. WMIe lie- WHS liliilllt It Senator J Him- Hamilton I.pwIs also inlvtlit tlnP PXplalllPd tllUt till' ItlllllP thill as "tiio proud to Hiilit" illt-il it miller disastrous death. , "In nil fairness." Hl the ItoMon Transcript, "shouldn't (lie psppite n nanclne CnriKiixi In- hnrtip by the Democratic campuli:n committee'" Democrats really haven't unv ob jection tu big appropriations fur tinny ml navy nil Internal Improvements They piped tlir llepuullfms to 'rtlMlp (lit- r?piue to fool I lie lillU for lilt1 next four years HlllilieX...

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. — 29 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER mem The Republican State Committee ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 191C Tendered To THE SANTA PE NEW MEXICAN (u dally newspaper published at Santa Fe) A 'a pane advertisement to be paid for at a rate previously quoted to the committee by that newspaper for display advertising. THE NEW MEXICAN REFUSED TO PUBLISH THIS ADVERTISEMENT on the flimsy pretext that it con tained libelous matter. THIS ADVERTISEMENT CONTAINED NO LIBELOUS MATTER Every political advertisement issued by the He publican State Committeeis first passed upon by com petent IoroI counsel, to insure it makes no libelous statement. This is done for the protection of the newspapers printing these advertisements, and to meet the rigid requirements of the Republican State Com mittee that every republican statement in the campaign be the exact truth. This advertisement hod been so considered and passed upon for publication as an exact statement of facts. This advertisement contained a simple statement of facts...

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. — 29 September 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COL V M B V S COUIUE It PUBLISHED EVKRY FRIDAY ESTABLISHED IN 190!) G. E. PARKS. Editor mid Publisher j Kiilorud at the Postollice of Columbus as second class mail matter Subscription Hates. One Dollar and Fifty Cents per Year: Six Months, Seventy-Five Cents ; Three Months, Forty Cents. ADVERTISING RATES i Twenty cents per sinjde column inch ; Monthly contract on eight ; inches or more, fifteen cents per inch for each insertion. Local renders Ten cents per line for each inosrtion, three lines for . fwaiity-five cents. Resolutions of respect and cards of thnnkfe Twenty cents per inch. No foreign advertisement accepted lass than Twenty-five cents. O0LWIBUS. LUNA COUNTY NEW MEXICO. SEPT. 20. 1916 MEXICAN PROBLEM ISSUE OF HONOR "There are numerous vital issues to be settled by the Amer ican jwoplo at the polls next November. Most of them have been explained or are being explained to the voters. For some of them no words of advice are needed to point the way to ...

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 October 1916

Columbus is the Only Port of Entry and Natural Gateway From Old Mexico into New Mexico (loiifief Vol. VI. Columbus. Luna County. New Mexico. October 6, 1916. No. 16 BANDITS WILL FACE JURY FOR PART IN RAID ON COLUMBUS AT OCTOBER TERM i HanditH expected to arrive from I General Perishing' camp in Mexico most am time and will be indicted al this session of the grand jury. Nineteen more bandits will be indicted by the Oi ober grand mry for their part in the Colum bus raid, according to reliable information received here. The h..iulits have been captured by General Perishing' s command .md will arrive here in qlonty of nine to be present when their presence is needed. If the pro per evidence is presented, and lime seems to be no doubt but ii a ill be. Luna county will stage ,.! of tile largest necktie parties t vei held in the United States. The grand jury meets next Monday and will likely be kept on the job for a good long term. Four of the jurors have been selected from Columbus. They ...

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 October 1916

Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always lioulit. ami which Iiiih boon tu u so (or over 110 yours, lias boruo the Higuutiirc of ami lias boon tnmlo under Ills por y' , tional Mipcr Islon sliit'o Its lufanov. Wut&j-ucUX Allow no 0110 to deceit e you In this. All Counterfeits. Imitations anil tlust-as-uooil " aro but. fierliuc uta that trifle with ami cnilunger tho lioalth of Infants and Children Experience ngnliiHt Ksporlincnt. What is CASTORIA Viistorla Is a harmless snbstltuto for Castor Oil. Pare inrle. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is ploa.sant. It oiitalns nolthor Opium, Morphine nor othor Narootlo 'iibstaiico. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worm Mill allas CeverMincss. For more than thirty joars It has boon In constant uao for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrlnoa. It regulates the Stomach and llowcls, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's lanacca-Tho Mother's l-'rlend. GEN...

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. — 6 October 1916

THE COLUMUUB COURIER. BMHM The First State Bank of Las Cruces WAS CLOSED DECEMBER 8, 1914 It Had Been Hopelessly Insolvent for More Than a Year. During Nearly All of That Time William C. McDonald THEN .ND NOW THE tiu ERNOIt uF NEW MKXK n .mil t irfi ui seeking electluu u llcuti-naiii (,oiTiior miller condition- l' ii make lil in in effect a cuudidute lu siicictd liluiaulf us guii-mor Knew That This Bank Was Insolvent governor Mcdonald knew 'lliul this Uuuk was under luinplete couliol uf u nun wlih ii rec nn! as a bunk wreckei That large, stun uf public money, fundi" of die Slate Agricultural College, were deposited llierrln Thai larg nutnbera uf Individual bail depuslls lu this haul., who linil nn utber protection than that which he could Five rliem through his personal appointee, the state traveling nmlltui and bhtik examiner, uud iliiough his uwu executive, mi t lioitt governor Mcdonald knew When he viBlted I.rs Crui uKflii oniiaiiy with his hunk examiner, nn January 30. 1914. ful...

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. — 6 October 1916

THE COLUMBUS UOUMKtt Houston Ice & Bre wing Association Products "SOUTHERN SELECT" Bottled Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY 11 vO.1 The Beverage for Health and Strength XON-I NTOX I CAT I N G GERMAN STYLE LAGER BIER DISTRIBUTED BY THE HOUSTON ICE & BREWING ASSOCIATION EL PASO, TEXAS - - PHONE 305 11 3 Send your moldtmr trUnd a umtful prmmenl, H I If ttoun Py i If MALTED MILK I ui.d v Jlcestiblr. H a orrtl with im'oa. m i nulsrn the Smith B have t een kuv cd I A CONTEST OF CHARACTER. NOT OF WEASEL WORDS CARDINAL QUESTION IN THIS CAMPAIGN IS WHETHER THE PEOPLE WANT IN THE WHITE HOUSE A PHRASE-MAKER. OR A MAN WHO BACKS WORDS WITH DEEDS. Noodrow Wllfcuu ell-els III llle m titi,v .if politics be.toud ihr iiipiicii.t f ( Inn lee Kmiiis Unfiles tu coulpeie N.-ic ii .uncut campaign a gtime il piotesxiuiial politic Instead of u con test of character between twn eatull .lutes for the highest ofllce iu the gift ul lie people. Ml. Wllaoti noiild walk llH ultb Ike pnxe DVXt NuVeillUel ll Ills li...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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