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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 30 June 1911

.tots f . A Small Enterprise Well Kept : OLTJM Courier BTTQ a- Published in the Vol. 1. A Trip late Tie Country larfffl VtOatopwtnt Tdklng PI act Nirtha9.i1 of Cottimbut Sunday afternoon the Chief Pondl Pusher on the CouiUER BUft, accompanied by tho Fore man of the mechanical depart ment took a Utile jaunt out into the country. We had heard so much about the country lying northeast of Columbus, and of the abundant supply of water which it possessed, that wo had a great curiosity to oxploro it. And it is certainly a beauty; as tine a stretch of fertile valley lutid aa wu ever looked upon, in mny places reaching out for miles apparently as level as u Hour, yet gently sloping toward tile south and mist -just enough to give a nice fall to tho irrigation ditches, letting the water How freely. M ft ft)af-ter of fact there are whoto 4ecttKi of this hmd th.it may be olciv& luveled and prepared W vatton ut a cost not exceed from 5 to $10 per acre. Driving down the coxy lanes, and looking...

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. — 30 June 1911

SQUIBS GOOD FOR MICE AND ASEHJS , Zm&'. iiairouii, or narcissus; ana in is etch -w --ua n iiiM.mrnp fnsranne nrniron rw oil Kon5 TenSm-d whicf ofr ptltr. of , 1WJ hP tbc Wcmiig fSinilTrift fifit- is V.rrrr. n flat Crumlw. Nibble tM The Culmuhk is in receipt of corset Swoensr Which th tk. A HiimkaMf hA Maw Mpv Latttx- Bll. & lean Odd bVl ov. iv.tbifs had "by k . . . . aw. .7 - JR.. J? ' A! rentmgFagent anajn of Kara Visa, N. M. Itfrnake al K in.nS AnnrtmtnP hot very oreoimu iivwiuH ii Tnev had met mere netore. worthy order. The Mexico 'M'eace Edition" of El Paso Herald irvcertainlyO. K. nlvnvu ttanlr fin tltti f-fnl' , , . . "runnv tnc sweepers wear oui wi ,,.. u-wiv aid for bclntr rlRht up to muff. BRC, m ,hat , -r- WnUy rac? The onion has other notable eon- hmIImii It ia start rrtititn in til iiaraHhalnaa mnnairntm till' "Seems to me."' said the renting ,( p,ftin thp onjon j( f agent, "that yon are doing a land- j,.,, orlRin, th0gh o th- or- office businws among my tenants....

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. — 30 June 1911

i FoWorthGfbrai Lumber Company F. H. Pennington, Mgr. Everything Jn t?e Building Line "1 4v - ' Columbus New Mexico Water: 99.08 percent. Pure. Government Test. J. Atmosphere: 100 per cent Pure. Breathing Test. umbus The Coming Metropolis of Southern New Mexico J The only Port of Entry between El Paso, Texas and Doug las, Arizona, which fact insures its commercial importance and ultimate greatness. f If you want to make money, invest in Columbus Town Lots. If you want an income at once, build a business house in Cloumbus, a renter is ready for you as soon as it is completed. If you want to go in business, Columbus is the place for you. If you are looking for Health, come to Columbus. , Columbus is situated in the center of a beautiful valley sur rotihded by a country whose soil is the silt deposit and moun tain erosion of ages past very fertile and productive, and un derlaid with an inexaustible supply of the purest water in the United States, obtained at shallow depth for irrigatio...

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. — 30 June 1911

1 ,'K T 1 0? ittrrtp to . untM DllH N K vJ5 T V" Jesse Mitchell, Editor i Published every Friday by The Mitchell Company. iranr SUIISC'nilTlONMWftlttKf v kfttl her rr in xlTiinfi. 41. :ifi nr vrar If not In r . . . ... i - sTxTmonthi in ariranet. Foreign Countries U cents rixtr. AIIVKKTIKINO KATHh. jj. Si J2 ee nts pr lnle column Inch, rach liuertion- lit rent por flfrijrtc uol umn Inch, contraot. I-ocal volumn cent kt Iln each ln.frtlon. ' A ..if M A -J -W. ! eiJIUO rtnttlfnri Annllaallon luMe (or ntry 'a oAooml class matter In the post olllce at CbliunhiiM, Luna County, tfew Mexico. ' T' f 4 MfSircfes1uht 11 "the urt'sor to the Coi.imnus Nr.ws ana ha licen p-.ihIUhed rontlnuo lt wetikly, f wim July l, iwm to tfi present time. In former years our towns de veloped in a happy-go-lucky fash ion-somewhat on the line of least resistance. But now cominun' ities are beginning to realise the importance of concerted, effort town building, Chambers of Com mcrce, Ileal Estate Exch&nges, C...

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. — 30 June 1911

While in 1 Paso call in and sec those Handsome Tailor Made Suits and Pants I I have a nice assortment of uncalled for Tailor Made Suits and Pants- Suits worth from $25 to $40; will oell them at from $15 to $25. Punts worth from $6.50 to $10, and will sell them at from $4 to $7. A Cll will be appreciated and you'll be convinced of the real values. R. V. PEARSON ! 110 Teuu Street El Trio, Texas Notice For Publication. Dr.PAMMKNT Of'THP. tNTKRIOH, U. S. Lund Olllco. hi Cnicea, N. M., June 2ml. Ull. Notice h hereby jrtvun that Mabel D F.nplUh. of Columbus. N.M.. who.on July 20 , 1100. made Homestead ap plication Nn. W4I., for sr. 1-4 .Section II. TorwMdp2tsM Hn;'8ff.( N. M. v. Meridian. ha Hied nollro of intention to make KIukI Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above de hcrlbed, before Jesse Mitchell t S. Commissioner, nt Columbus, N. M., i on the 21M cluy of July, 10 IK ' I latmant iihineft an wltnese.": .loo It. Chndborn, of Columbus, N. M. llert Booth, Clarence Msnoy,...

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. — 30 June 1911

i f e I i i f. Get the Tr ad e $jffJU With Habit RaVefll AVc ItaVe a Full Line of DRY GOODS, GRO CERIES, SHELF HARDWARE, FLOVR and FEED. HaOejust received a CAR OF "BEN HUR" FLOUR Guaranteed to be the BEST FIOVR on the Market, Special Price all Next Week " Coranbit Is If 25 pound sack 85 cents. 100 pounds, $3.25 is nt satisfactory you GET YOUR MONEY BACK SAM RAVEL Our Motto: "Mont Goods (or Lest Monty." A plaae of healthy fui Only two yenrrola. ipOO feet above the sea level. 71 miles west of El Pasq, Tex as. Situated in the fertile Lower Mimbres Volley. One of the coming cities of the southwest. The bout, safest and surety plnce for investment. The plnce you have been, look ihg for and where you onn enjgy life. ' Surrounded by many moun tains rich in gold, silver, lead, r.ino and copper. The only Port of Entry from Mexico between El Paso, Texas, and Douglas, Arizona. Columbus Has inia ate Combination Rate for 30 Days Only El Paso Daily Herald Columbus (weekly) Courier Total, both pa...

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. — 30 June 1911

The Virtue 61 tke Pump buhoui of Mother uuth v vi via vivii tii raiir n icr must hu contend wltk lit deposit carried iy many v irnivitv ditches which till iu laterals and umda much a vegetation that should bo clean. This later consider ia especially very vital when led to the Irrigation of ulful- liieh must be Hooded. For invuriubly true that the sur- irrigator tinda his alfalfa s inudded from four to eight a above the ground. This s that the hay wist be cut the ailt line which causes a loas in toungu from the j production, or if cut thru it line means a bale of dirty which brings a lower price lin nniplfi't,. ft, is ulso il ii Let that where this ailt in any considerfblo quail- t causes them to become uwuy uuu uiuii xor iuuu: uua u Htlcncy to stunt the plain th, resulting in a decreased uctloit of foliage, in which is JliUJWl UUlUUtlV VJL UIUUUUIUIIU of the hay. 'Atari liiit. lint. nut. Miuut. In iin. on with the above given when it is further conaid- Atbat the coat of prcpuring an...

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. — 30 June 1911

V 1 I Gl an c: Gu E C i k E t' sat Lo cal , Out Of Town Depositors: 4$ Arc given special attention; when in El Paso, vfc want you to come in ami become acquainted witlv our officera; they will be glad to meet you and show you cycry courtesy. . ' . v A general banking business transacted in addition to our many other advantages. .... 4jojo Interest Paid on Savings 4 oo OFFICER S': V. W. Tuknkv, President. W. Coolf.y, Vice-President. S. TrTuunkk, Vice-President. W. E. Aknom), Cashier. H. BkCHKisTiE, Secretary. F.M.MuKcmsoN.Ast.Cash. Sio.N. Suhwaip .sslstant Cashiur. Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Company EL PASO, TEXAS. (Resources over $L000,000.00) Ice Cream? Of Course! SMITH'S, The Good Kind. Take home a pint and be con vinccd. Saturday and Sunday, at the GEM RESTAURANT Meals at all hours. Fresh bread. Candies. Tobacco. Cold drinks. R. J. HARRINGTON, Prop. A Trip to Ike Coostry Cnnllnmnl from Pnc 1. In A FINE LINE OF General Merchandise Toilet Articles and Sundries. Ladies Furnish...

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. — 21 July 1911

A Smill Enterprise Well Kept2? I Q' Columbus Published in the Interest of Columbus and the Lower Mimbres Valley. Vol. I. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, July 21, 1911. No. 5. Cultivation as Essential as nlttTjtrit tttHInbtbn!.l".t3?; "Uncle Sam" is Looking tiry Farming Mel hurts Double the Duty of W'afr Vndtr Irrigation Tin success of tlio.su who have experimented goes to urovu Unit tni' intense t Hugo by dry farm ing methods wilt extend t ho ctti ieioiio.v of tho available water over a iiitioli larger men, mm the reduced use of water will in create the yield mid improve the Ciuwuclor of too Mill us well us the lluvor of the product. i nits been thoroughly demon strated in various quarters tout faruier.s hi irrUalou .sections can increase their yields and then prollu by the usuof less wati'i uud more tillage. Much of the laud in the Mim bres valiey is either new or on lucly raw. liuw Ik. uU just brou.iia iiudur irrigation to- ouire.s Iroiu two to live Limes as much water tin land...

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 July 1911

When in Columbus cat at the GEM RESTAURANT Meals A' All Hours Fresh Dread-Frult-Candles-Tobac-co-Cold Drinks R. J. HARRINGTON, Prop. Livery & Feed Stable Nch Riys Good Team Prompt ScrOlce Price P.:&onablc Also. Dray G- Transfer J. F. WHITE, Prop. OVER OS YEARS' EXPERIENCE Traor Marks rTEzS Demons rrTvi Copyrights Ac. nrnnff wirtlnr a iHrh n1 description nmr klr lurvrialn mr oitiii ti free i iMTriilWn I prohaMf tmlriilnMA. Cm il.mu'lrlctlf ronnlciillal. HANDBOOK o an Nmmiiiiilen oil I'llrnU f rro. (IMMI nrrriry (nr wcurmir iHUrma. I'ltrtita taken Ihrrmch iluim A Co. recall a jy-UI HrAltt, without charco, la tba Scientific fltMicatt. A hndMnlr iltirtt rated rir. Irrt ctr. rnlallim of anr arlentlBo Journal. Trrnm, f I n iwr frnrrtonUia,l. BoW byall nrwanteultra. UNfUCo.36'8 Hew York I rinth Offlre, GS V 8U Wahlnion, I). C WIHIAMOM Wl III V VW a good dtvld-induhoufthc wo s iv hi fruit 1 Hid nothing but brush on it and was considered of little value. Water at nVost of rroin $14 t...

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 July 1911

Water: 99.08 percent. Pure. Government Test. Atmosphere: 100 per cent Pure. Breathing Test. The Coming Metropolis of Southern New Mexico JI The only Port of Entry between El Paso, Texas and Doug las, Arizona, which fact insures its commercial importance .aud-ultimaj . . tm ijj If you want to make money, invest in Columbus Town Lots. If you want an income at once, build a business house in Cloumbus, a renter is ready for you as soon as it is completed. If you want to go in business, Columbus is the place for you. If you are looking for Health, come to Columbus. Columbus is situated in the center of a beautiful valley sur rounded by a country whose soil is the silt deposit and moun tain erosion of ages past very fertile and productive, and un derlaid with an inexaustible supply of the purest waiter in the United States, obtained at shallow depth for irrigation. There is plenty of Free Government Land Here JJ Deeded Land may also be secured now at reasonable prices. j For particulars c...

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 July 1911

1 :!25C9B n i'i Hi i m -yea I -A 0 .i ! COLUMBUS COURIER iSiii'('i'Mnr to Cut.l'Mlil'S Nkws) Jesse Mitchell, Editor I'ublishi'd ever.v Friday SlHISt'KIITION UAths: 1.00 JW .vphi- in HtlMvnn-. tl.rftpi- i r H iH I" MUiim. fit iiiilk (or ljs iituiit l mlvuiuv. l''oivi)n I'ouiitrk'o .VI vvi i-xlru. AnvKirrisiNo K.m.s: 12 1-2 utnit." h'c ainjfh' column liwli. ihmjIi Insfition- 10 unit a iur ninxlv col Hum Iih'Ii. coiitiiii't. l.orul rolunin . runts lMir line rurh InMirlion. Appliuiitlnn iimoV 'or untr.v us stvoml dim iih.Mit In tin- jmrI olMiv tit I'oliniilnix, liimii I'oiintx, Nrw Mrxirn. Till l.'OM'MIIPN fO ItlPIt Is. till' .-ucrt'hitnr to tlu foi.l'MUl'H Nkws anil !m lirti u 1 1 i -1 1 1 icnliru onsl.v, wri'klv from Jul.v U. 11HH' to thu nrvMmt it nit. The vnlue of the local mows pK'r as a medium of publicity, ahng development lines, cannot be over estimated. In a large percent of the cases where iooplo are looking for a new location the lirst thing they want to see is a copy of the ...

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. — 21 July 1911

LNEWS ITEMS ocal John Tute wont into El I'aso Monday. Mrs. 13. V. Carletou went to Eh Paso, Monday. Mrs. Eva walker returned to El Paso Monday. J. W. Hlair moved into town this week. Mrs. U.S. Erult returned from 131 Paso, Monday. Dr. Linlmrtr returned, from Saute Ke lust Thursday. A. 'C. Ash, 'mil! or "Uncle Sam's" line riders returned Sat urday, for a visit with Ids family. Sam Uavel has eomiw need the construction of his large ware house. Miss Grace Goebel went to El Paso, Monday, to spend a few weeks. W. It. Merrill brought the glass front of the new drug store (low., from Demiug last Satur day evening. W. C. Simmons purchased a horse and buggy or S. H. Dorris this week. Rube Gulley k'TL for I .is Oruc us last Saturday. Hut ltube can't stay away. Uc lias tried it ton often. Mr.. Eva Walker made the lirst year proof on her desert laud south or town, this week. Lee Thomas made the third year proof on his desert land this week. Capt., A. .1. Kyle left Wcdnes day for Austin, Texas, ...

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. — 21 July 1911

Whitt Club Meet Th Whist dull was entertain I'd li.v Airs. .1. 1 White in n very UK trouble manner insl Saturday afornooi . After enjoying sov oral social i-nuitds at cards the ladies were served with delicious cantaloupes a la iikk1i and cake. Then followed a pattern making contest, Mvs. .1. W. Hlair and Miss Cornelia H. Ottis tied foi Hirst prize: Mrs. Hlair won on the draw a handsome Mexican drawn work handkerchief. M rs Simmons won seen id, which con sistedofa very "sweet" prize. Adjourned to meet with Mrs. N. Hrazclton Friday p. m. Waterloo (12 intUm north of Columltuit) Concardnations The most x)pnlar air of today is the millionaire. What is the hest fertilizer to use in raising objections? What kind of a pin do people use when they pin their faith to each othe 'i If it is true that marriages are m. de in heaven, why don't old maids commit suicide? The girl who ays she would not marry the hest man living frequently noes and marries the worst. Nowspa)er rumor has it that a $10,...

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. — 21 July 1911

Notice For Publication. IpKt'AKTMKNT OK THH INTKIUOII, tl. S. liiind Olllee. Lus t'rueuH, N. M., .Inly nth, Hill. I oil co In hure.by 1 von titut l-YanulH 'Jug Killer, of ('olumbiis, N.M., who.on jmy HI, 11HI1I, made llnuieateud np- nykathin No. 0.M01I, for HK 14 Section rldiun, ban Hied notice of intention Smuke Klnul Five Year Proof, to ggStnlillHh claim to tliu land above do- iScBbcd, before. Jtuutu Mitchell U. H. VomiiilMsloiicr, nt Columbus, N. M., J55 the .'list day of August, Kill. iluiiuunt inline us witnesoos: W. liluir, of t'oliunliiin, N. M. iSRtV. Updyke, IVVf It. Flouting, . " " " tU. Ourdiier, ' " " JUNK (;oNiAM'S. IteiiiMor. Notice For Publication. DtilMlI'MKNT UK Til K lNTKKIOIt, L. S. Iiml Olllco. ' Imh I'm -en, N. , Jtiuu'.M, Mill. SNolice Ik hcivhyivcn UiutC'ornoliu ITU Ulls, of Coliniibus, N. .M., wlio, on I&ub. ,14 Hill), inadu IJoincileud entry Ti. Oil 1.1, for N. H. 1-1 .Sccllou J, HiwiHhii J.M S., Range .1 w., N. M. I Meridian, hits lilud notice of intunt...

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. — 21 July 1911

Out Of Town Depositors; Arc given special attention; when in El Paso, wc want you to come in and bscome acquainted with our officers: they will he glad to meet you and show you every courtesy. . A general banking business transacted in addition to our many other advantages. .... 4oo Interest Paid on Savings 4 0)0 U I'' !' ! C K U S : W. V. Ti'hnky, President. W. Cikm.KY, Vieu-I'rcsidunt. S T. Tuknhk, Vice-President. V. K. AitNOM). Cashier. H. IS. CnmsTiK. Secretary. K. M . Mt'iiumsoN. Asl.Ciish. Sit:. N. Schwaiu;. Assistant. Cashier. Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Company EL PASO, TEXAS. 0?. -sources oer SlMMKUXXl.fXD A Mimbrei Valley Booster Telli of Pacific Coait jCoiUinuiHl from I'nyt' ".1 we can put the wutoron our laud rt loss expense than they can. What we need here. M r Alitor, are men with judgment and with the nerve and money to back it, men wliocan see a future in the Mimbres Valley and have the di ncround staying tpmlit.v to make it come .lust a few or the right kind an...

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 July 1911

10- y fr A Small Enterprise Well Ktpt: lOLOMBUS Coura Published in the Interest of Columbus and the Lower Mimbres Valley. ER Vol. 1. Land Values Increase Rapidly Mimbres Valley Hold Out Entic ing Offers to the Investor Earning power is the basis of the value of nny given tiling in in liuinim affairs. Even tho birds of tlio lir, we lire uutlioritively informed. suv one tenth of tlie nunuiil gniin crop. And tlie or gunlwition of Audubon societies for the protection of these whin ed blessing should be increas ingly fostered. Railroads, steamships, factor ies, town and country property, live stock, are all 111ea.su red by their earning iower. Railroad stock to be desirable must, be earning and paying at luiwi four percent perannnm. lioalostatc in large cities must give an an-1 mini net return of from three to' eight per cent, per annum to bo desirable, ban Is in the central COUIHBUSwreRHWORiNiK All Columbus need Is Just a little "ginger," Just a little boosting by Its friends and citize...

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 July 1911

How to Destroy Cut Worms Tliu most ulVoetivu remedy is UlO pJI.SJ.10tl UtM 1 Hi Mil W.UCll Has come into wide, use. T.us is iiiaUo by mixing a lull' pound ul I'.Tls green Willi Tit) pounds il .di,;hlly moistened urmi. I n making this, it is best tirst to ctiiiti K'ii some of the bran slight J.v Willi water coalmining a little sugar or alt. bail a pound lo a gallon. Alter mixing thoro iifilii.v, add l lie Paris green by dusting on 1 1 it surface ami stir ring all tue 1 1 in.. When required for pu i Ifii n.Nf ptiiilli i 1,r ,l,u !isoncd mixture by haml around such plants us are liable to attack. In lifld practise, aiming such e rops as standing uiaiu, wnieli aru sometimes injured by rut worms, the Miisoiifil bran rem edy is also servicablc. T ii c mixture ean be distributed by means or a paddie or shingle and ean be thrown easily a dis tuuee of I'll feet. Wne.i iistriii uted in tins way, there is uiiu'li less danger ol ulue kens and birds 1 picking it up Ulan u placed in lumps. Tile q...

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 July 1911

Prosperity Begins at Home "Charity hulus at homo," says the axiom. Charity Is I) in, ouu ol' many tilings t:iut do. At home, I kowisc, prosperity be Tni! it itiot is a u. ii i of state-, the statu a tt 1 1 . ol communities. 1 1 tlic vihiages and towns and cities ot this country, with their surrounding territories, are bu sy ami happy, so will the nation he busy and happy. Thu nation's prosperity do pendsnotso much on whether they have legislation in Wash ingtou or rain somewhere else as on the disposition of the people ol this community and a thousand similar communities. Are you doing your sharer Are we doing all we can to de velop our community, thereby aiding .n the develo incut ot the con ii try as a whole? Prosperity is not some mys terious thing created in Wash ington or Wall Street and dis tributed to the people by our ti naneiers and legisla ors. Pros perity is .something that origin ,.tes on the puuric, in the valley, in tne shop, on the farm. I nam rit v is m-mlticcd not s...

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 July 1911

miRECTORY. Methodist Chinch'. IVciii'ltiiitf t'wrj KhihImx iim inil-jr .d II o'clock. cv . Addis All'iu. 1 hIi i naptht. Simday Scliool M.ik.h, hHii-. COLUMBUS COURIER SuiTi xMtr tn loi.r.Miirs Nkws, Jessi: Mitchell, Editor V HOTEL Published every Pridu.v by Tin Mitchell Company. SmiSlMlllTION KATIIS! il.lHJ por your tn mlviniec. I.Uft v .m hi i! i.M In hiihuc. hi wih fop six months In huvhiuw. Koivign t'oiuilrU' k( cciiu extra. AllVKltTISlNd K.mss: 12 U'J wills jH'i- single column tnfli. oucli insertion lit wilts imr single col iiinii tni'li. uontnu'l. I.ociil column runts per line each insertion. Application made for entry lis nvitntl class matter in the pout oltleo lit Coluiiilnts. liiinit i'oiuily. New Mexico. The Coi.t'Miit's I'm- ini u is the successor to the Col.i'.Miit's Nkws ami lias Iccn puMIlnd i ontinu finely. weekly from July U. M Ki tlio mvsunt time. and the desire to do things. Tlio west is the land of endeavor. It is the Held of opxrtunity. The .Voting men are leavin...

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