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TUB COLUWDUS COUiitEn, COLUMBU8, NFAV MEXICO
Mtrry Chritas To You AH Hsppy Nw Year.
ABSOLUTELY FRESH AND CUftE
The Biggest Express Shipment of Candy Direct From
Factory to Thii Town
Four Hundred Pounds
OLD FASHIONED CHOCOLATES
CADET and ICE CREAM CHOCOLATES
rtuoi5LYFPo!n.dB.ox." SOc Pound
Bring her a bos and make her happy.
Lots of other gigts, too.
Columbus Drug Co.
TWO Mi's" IX1-KRTA1N
THE THUKK -K" Cl.t'Il
At Hie home of Mr. ami Mrs. John
Harris last Thursday evening was
tlio scene of a dellnlitful party Riven
for the Three K Club of the Culum
tn High School by Miss Helen llol
Imvay and Mr. OrUn Hulllmon.
Onines were indulged In ami ele
gant refreshments were served,
Mrs. rtaymond Edwards entertain,
ed wltirbrldge at her home In Camp
Furlong Wednesday .afternoon. It
was one nf the most delightful par
ties of the season. The guests were
Mrs. Dloeli. Mrs. Cooney, Mrs. Moody.
Mrs. Norwood. Mrs. Alley. Mrs.
Illsps, Mrs. Turvcy, Mrs. White. Mrs.
Wagner, Mrs. MeKemy. Mrs. Pick
erL Mrs. Kltgorc, and Miss Hurlun.
Mrs. Turwy. The rooms were dec
orated In pink. At tlio tea hour re
frenhmenltt were eerved filial carried
the color seliuuu) tlimUKluwL The
tmesis were Mr. Illoch. Mrs. Fnwl,
Mrs. Franklin, Mrs. Klntc, Mrs.
Moody, Mrs. Norwood, Airs. I'ear,
Mrs. lUn. Mr. White. Mrs. Kllgorc.
Tlie honor guest were Mrs. II. Kd
wards and her mother, Mrs. Marlon
Irwin of Ijiwrenec, Kanvu.
AT THE METHOMST C11CHC1I
Tlie Methodist Sunday school will
have its Christmas entertainment on
Friday evening, December 21th at
7:30 o'clock, and cordially welcome
old and jxung to enjoy their pro
gram. The Christmas Story. Christ
mas recilhtiont and Chritlinas car
ols will be followed by a presenta
tion nr the Parable of the Good 8a
marltaiu. applied to tho present
Believing that Christmas is a time
for sharing liapplne, the Sunday
school has sent off a box of toys for
the Children's Home in Albuquer
que; and also invites the public to
Join in an offering In !., feed th
starving children of Kurup.
No ailmMon fee charged.
Cornel Knjoy Hie ClirMmas tree
and the program, raise your voices
m the old familiar Christmas hynini
ami put your offering as generous
a enemas you ran manage on lli
plate "fgr Europe's hungry little
"Inasmuch as ye did It unto one
pf tli lest of th'M, ye hs don
it unto me."
MILS. JAMES TUnVEY ENTER
TAIXS TWELVE TIILMP CLUU
One of the most delightful club
parlies of tho season was given last
Friday afternoon at the home of
Villa ICIHVAHIIS kntortains
WITH THIMBLE PARTY
A delightful thimble party was
glu'u Tuesday afternoon hy Mrs.
Kaymond Edwards at her home In
cjiup In honor of her inollicr,
Mrs. Marlon Irwin, of Lawrence,
The living room was decorated
with exerurecn and mistletoe and a
Christmas tree. At tho ten hour
dainty refreshments were served In
the dining room which reflected the
colors of tho Christmas season. Tho
guests were Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Yar
Uiugh, Mrs. Moody, Mrs. Moore,
Mrs. Dalmey, Mrs. Moody, Mrs. King,
Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Itlggs, Mrs. Clark,
Mrs. Akcrold, Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Kllgorc,
Mr. Fred White Says: "Don't Idle
Hrt'iiu&e You See One HaL"
"I did, pretty soon I found my cel
lar full. They ale my potatoes. Af
ter trying IIAT-S.NAI' I got & dead
rats. Tilt rest later. They puss up
the potatoes to eat HAT-b.NAl'." If
there are rats around your place
follow Mr. Whiles exampl. Three
sizes, 38c, SSe, IIUt&. Sold and guar
anteed by KtmI's Hardware Store
and Columbus Drug Company.
Don't forget Ute Christmas enter
tummwt and Christum tree at the
MvllMHltst ehueeh tonight, and the
services at the Catholic ehuseli at
is? u'eluok mtdatglil Christmas nhttiL
1 both ef width you are cordially in
vited to attend, do ti will surety
P' . tho Christmas spirit it you anu
y j injoy the holidays all the
... . fo; going.
POiM NftW MVALS
-f 1 m . m
t, Say Rtf wxkr. J
!" t ht Hut trtat M( far
mat ef food sail clothing among tb
poor that Bslftum would hart been
daring the wir, had there been no com
mission for relist In that country, e
cording te Dr. Vernon Ksllogt, Assert
cn nllf Administration oSlcUl, whs
recently rsturnsd from Warsaw.
Dr. Ksllofg wse a nstsbtr ef Mr.
Mootsi's stall In Btlglum, and al the
conclusion ef aostlltl, tnUred Pe
land as Ute HooTir tmliMry la charge
ef food relief. Be first entered Poland
In 1(1(1, fw months after lb Gp
man eccnpatloa. His report of surra,
tlon. disease and saffsrlag that exist
ed at that time ts en ef tke most
birroninf docutnsnta In the rerd
of Amertesa relief work orsrssas.
Dr. Ksllogg nsde the following
statement regarding Ibe work after the
"With Warsaw as oar hesdqnartera,
we began operations In Poland In Jsn.
oary, 1010, sua wlthta a few weeks
there was sstabllshed a steady lmpor
tatloa of food Into Ibat country. Tons
and tons ef It csmo from ererseas
through th Port ef Dantlg.
"It wis Imrosstbl te de all that
the administration wanted te de, be
cssse tbe ntd of Potted was tee grest,
hut It was agreed that snooih food
should be tent to Poland te rare for
the four million people until the great
agricultural districts could agsln pro
vide for them.
"Uut la addlllsa te these four mU
lloa people who as prestlngly needed
relief, there was another call for relief
from a source that could not be re
ststedt the children of th land. Msny
ef these wtr orphans, hungry, ems
dated, destitute and dlsessed. Be the
American tlsllef Administration addd
te Its work by Instituting a aystsm ef
feeding these children. In a few
months a million and a quarter Polish
chtldrea wtr getting a fr ratal t
try day tf special food prepared to
counteract the effects of tbtlrpretloua
To flush th Job sight great organ
liattons bare united ondtr th cam
of th Esropaaa Rtlltt Council to rats
th funds ntcttsary I csr for th
food ateds and tb mtdlral nedt ef
Uie 8,600.000 children of Eattsrn tnd
Central Europ. Ths.organtMtlons
ar th Amtrlran Rttttt Administra
tion, th American Tied Cross, U
Amtrtcsa Prised Strrlc Committee
(Quakers), tbe Jewish Joint Distribu
tion Committee, the rtdtrsl Council of
the Churches ef Christ In Amirlca, Ui
Knight at Cblumbns, tht T. U. 0. A.
tad th X. W. & A
RED MSWKR HTTS
. Santa Fe, Dcd. 21-Tlio blood
howids of U19 New Moilco elalo
tenllcntlary nio sJtrt sprrxlng and J.
.V, houchln, murderer, Is aomewlioro
al large lu a brand new suit or con
vict's tWliarged clothes. Mcan
whdu tho smell of nmoko prevails
In lo cell house, following a big
jtiijuu'tta wlucli was starlcu Sunday
nighl, Hid waivlvu believes to ciuuk
Uie tscapo uf llouchins. Tlio lal
ter, acta up lur five to ten yrars
iroin Sierra county, waa siorokwpor
al the prison, and alter fitting hun-
telr out Willi civilian cloth'.', ho
eoukfU his ditcarded sU'iped suit in
dismicclaut liquid and sprinkkHl It
with pepper. Uiiu aiucll was alt tlio
bloodhounds could slaml, aud Uicrd
will lio no canine sleuths on llou
clims trail, tho fire occurred in tho
big air shaft tu I he cell house. Into
which convicts had apparently been
surrvptuoutly throwing wusto psurf
and rubttish for some time, ami It
was thought a prisoner tossed a
lighted match Into thu mas just
alloc llouchins In some mysterious
i manner scaled tho walls and ills
, apiK-ared. When tlio city flro de
' pnrlmoul arrived the rell Iioiim was
lull of smokt) and tlio rouvicls utter
I uitr deafeuiiig yells In real nr simu
' laletl )iiinlc. lu tlio confusion llou
I rhin's escape wns not discovcreil
' was done by the fire.
AND WHAT Wm i.D KIIK HAW
uom: wniiotrr them
lUmvrvll, Dec fS!. Tlirnugh the
efforts u( the local llolary Club an
onliimnco has been Introduced in tlio
city council for tho elimination of
all cotton bearing tree in the clly
limits. The new ordinance will call
fur the culling of all cotton trees,
the period extending over ten years,
a certain amount of mirk to lie duno
each year. As most of the collon
woods in tho city arc this tyne of
tree, It Is thought Hint tho leu year
plan will give the cllUcns a rhanco
to plant other trees aud have some
of Ihcm grow into shade troee be
fore all tho others arc cut down.
Tho ordinance provides for a cer
tain time lu cut tho trees and fixes
(he penalty at $23 If the cutting Is
not done before tho cotton season
Watch the Livestock Martut
Then come to u for yff meat.
You will always hnd our
If you are entertaining with & dinner como and talk il'-'Sw
with us-we can supply you Willi tho best In turkeys, cran
berries, celery, oysters, fruits, nula and vegetable
NEW U. S. MARKET
Preugier It Hollinion, Propg.
Adjoining Poitofficc Columbus, N. M.
J. L. WALKER
Hardware and Auto Accessories
The most comptcto line, of Hardware In the clly.
HEAmiUAllTERS FOtt OmHIVEAR AUTO CASINGS, TUBES
All sites of Window Olass. A complete line of 11. V. S. Paints.
A full lino of Crockery and 01assware$ Enamel and Tinware.
In fad, you will find anything that Is carried In a first-class
llnnlwaro Store. ...... - ..... . . -
20,000 SOLDIKKS TO BE
STATIONED AT HONOLULU
Honolulu, T. I. ,Dec. 23 Tlie Is
land or Oahu, all of which Is In
cluded In tho city and county of
Honolulu, will have a garrison of
18,000 men, rxcluslvo of quartermas
ter corps, headquarters detachment
and medical corps, according to re
cent war department advices recclv
de by the Hiwallun department. Tlio
total or all ranks. It Is estimated,
will be In excess of 20,000 men.
Tho United 8lalca forcos on Oahu
will bo composed as follows: Five
regiments nf Infantry, with a total
strength of 331 officer and 8,338
men. One division or field artillery
with II officers aud 2,110 men and
one IK mm. Howllter regiment with
67 officers and 1,001 men.
Coast artillery, I to officers and
3,320 men. Ono regiment of cavalry
Willi U officer and 074 men. Heav
ier than air service, Including one
group for headquarter, two obser
vation squadrons, pnntograpnic sec
tion, one air park, totalling TO of
ficers and 491 men. Lighter Hum
air service, Including one headquar
ter group, two oaiioou companies
alntnihs 13 officers and 218 men.
One regiment engineer at peaeo
strengtn wun zo oinccrs ana nu
There wa sa scarcity of water In
our city .Thursday on account of a
broken check valve- In (ho clly pump.
It came near proving serious to tho
Courier as our printers all had fail
ed lo lay In asupply of water the
night before and there was a lively
scamper among them to gel water
lo mako their morning Arbuckle.
Mr. and Mrs. llolllmon ami son,
Orlan left today for Hurley where
they will spend the holidays with
Mr llolliuioiis mother
AT CATHOLIC UIUHCH
Christmas night services a( the
Catholic Holy Family Clanx-h will tie
of exceptional solemnity, and of in
terest to the worshiper. Friday
night al IS o'clock the proeessinn of
angels, boys and girls, singing the
"Glory Be to (led lu the Highest'
uill stealthily walk uilu the church,
followed Jiy a yuuag i&dy carrying,!
th Infant Jesus lo the new crib,
which will thn be blessed by tho
pastor. Tre crib, on account of it
oeauty anu eompteteiH, Is noitur
puMuti by any in cathedrals.
Alt are heartily welcome to Hie
service. Il will aifonl an opportun
ity to see the new Columbus chinch,
unfortunately not yot completed.
You certainly will find tlie real
iUirishnas joy and cheer you aro
fiMALL I1LE TUESDAY NIGHT
I A small fire iu tlie north part of
i own nlxjui bedtime TuesdajTuuihl
i ile hliuyi'd two small houses belong'
1 .ng lo 1'om Ward. '
efferi inttvtitint mertH
tiit in eberp line, tfmt toiS
ijely pou lndjoos;(ns!(ttttn
rememurancc (or all.
gboft tyt (liconlitiiftncc $i
losrt mdiute uupfnn b$ taWng
nbbnntnfje ot our tfmtlp bi&
iiinprf nolu flluaftdig jaw
GOES TO SEE S.VNTA-
Mr. J. F. Vinson was In'El Paso
several days last week.
V1SITOH IN EL I'ASO.
J. C Kuuffmali was In El Paso
eeveral days last week looking over
tho labor situation. On his raturgt
Friday night lie reported conditions
very quiel In tho I'ass Clly.
Hwimbt, la th lal nnnArlitnll
to get Unclt Barn's Ooieramtnt
BaTlogs UscurltUs el tha 1920
De Yeur Chrlttmtt W. 8. 8.
romntn'tng Jsnuiry 1, Uii,
t'nets bun s new . 11 Gi.in
mnt Sarins Scurltls may bs
obtunrd through our Bank or
Hi Postotflce. Th 19U securi
ties ar Xt Thrift Rumps. t
eisury Utn(s Bis ruin, tl
STlogs Stamps and ii and
1M and M.000 nlt.rfd
Treasury Sstlags CsrilDcstes.
Thrift stamp boyibt la 1(20 ar
good n tltt.
"W,i C-Oprat With Unci
Ten Days in the Desert
and stfll have Fresh Milk !
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