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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 March 1918

tiii: CO 1. 1' Mill's CO I'll IK II Tin: coi.iMtus co i in Kit Published Kvcry Friday Ksloullshed in HW IMItnr (S. Ii Parks SITISCIIII'TION IIATKS One Year Six Months , .75 Three Months r ' 1 .Siitisrrlptlons art iu)iillr strictly In ndiiincr and will lir dlMiinlliuiril proinpll id expiration, Ailvrrtisinwit will If accepted on I) hI lit rate of tot per column Huh each insertion. Iiil ihiIU'w toe iM-r line rorh tntwrthm. l.ciwl iul"iiiseni"nls at lisrol rate llUltTwl Ht till IXMltlllW- lit Uu- IiiimIi. New Mi'mcii ii eond classt mall mutter Mil' MltUi.H I'ATIIO.M.K in n ntnti: iiakhii tH (4lllllll's llakOT) I HOW vmuH'Iiw H '"' lfviil In wru llu piper, which VmiIiW IIh iikm-Iui and IkM hrHd run I JmM as lre M Isle Wvwt It-Mi I slllptwtl in to uiliiiiitHi-. ami as tin Im-iid i twkMl fresh every iUy it can Ih IumI In a much hotter coMtlltum thiin I.I I'mu hit-art. I lie Itral Mtld lr 10 K iiU contain. Mi' Min- food iilui' a- any bread math awtnhiH! to tin inivernmetil fnrttHilae, It e...

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. — 8 March 1918

tiii: (rAi.mini'M coi'iucit Personals and Locals Mis. Joint Diillon ia ritlilllicil In her room llils xxeek Willi measles, MIm llutli I'n IT will KiNiii li'iivc fni' Wlrliltii, Knn., tn live with her m (or. Mr. I), M. WiiimIIiiiiiI. Mint I'olT lint been 11 resident of lint valley for M:rrul ycnre nml linn imitiy friend ot tli 1st place. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. Will HAI.K: Nlcn frrsh milk from well fnl Jt'iim'y cow nlKlil or iniirnliitf. Mr. W. C. J. (Jiinst, I'hotic 31. If FOR SALH: Several used In- cubntum, different, nizen. In quire nt thu Courier olllcc. tf 0. YV. Wnddlnplnn, rnmi lii'inliiK. turn bought lliu Merchant Date, opposite tin Clark hold. Inking powiwdloii It llrsl of the month, WANTED TO RENT: Two tlirco room adobe house. Address Box 313. tf If ynti hnvn nnythlliK In si'll or want tu liny try this minimi. Cent word a week. Mr. IS. I). ttnrrlngiT. who linn liml n lung nml lerlou ullack ot pneu liinnln, Is able In lie nut. Mr. anil Mr. D. II. Tullorli nm loreil down f...

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 March 1918

TIIK COLUMBUS CiOUHIHIt Singer Sewing Machines Always a bargain in my shop waiting you All hinds of repairs and extras such m Darners, ftln gle ami double braider, riluerskB"nf,sliiittlrs, nred Irs, belts, oilers, screwdrivers, etc, .A nrcat many of Sinner extras can I succe.fidly used on othrr mnkrs of marhlr.es. Also have on liuiiil machine rralrs for Mir. Clranlnp and repairing a specially. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED W. C. MILLER, Agent C. II. JOHNSON WANTS to ui-: city thibtek Mr. Johnson lias been n resident ii f Columbus for Hie pist two ycari, during which lime tie lias been actively engaged In business In dif ferent locations. Mr., Johnson was Notice for Publication Department of tlio Interior, U. 8. IjiiuI Ortlce, Las Gniccs, N. M, ,Vcb ruary 0, 1018. .Notice la hereby given that Frank II. Wallace of Columbus N. M., wliq ou February 1013, mada homt'ttcad TltlHtTK TO TIIK I3TII CAVAI.HV lly llalph llulley ereni mcauous .Mr., a i on was No m , 3 f burn in li(Miirl. reared In Tex...

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 March 1918

Wfctt lie rata (goaf ief 3 Vel. VII. HEU CHOSS TURNS IN OXE MONTH'S WORK Tim lied Cross mcl with Mr. J II. Hlair Wednesday of Hi It week ami turned In their work riuishml during (lie month. There wore 23 pairs of socks, 27 sweaters, I scarf, And ten pain of wristlets. These trllclo will probably be distributed to the boys In Camp Furlong. Tuesday tho 10th Inilanl la regu lar meeting day at the Ited Cross rooms In tho Columbus Theatre building. Mr. Major Andrews. Instructor In surgical ilfcslii(t; Mrs. J. T. Dean. Mr. T. II. Dabnry and Miss liurlun made a living trip to Demlng Wed nesday in tho IJurton car lu meet the heads of tlio Mountain Division of the lied Crosi: John V. Morey, chairman for the Mountain Division; Henry Swan, chairman of tho sup plies committee, mid Mr. Uano. chairman of militury relief. They nlso visited Hid dim lu surgical dressing In Camp Cody. On Tuesdiiy n social meeting of Hip lcnl lied Cross wns held lit the home of Mrs. Means, In hoimr of her mother's ent...

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. — 15 March 1918

tiii: coLuimt'ft coi'ntr.R Tin: coi.umiiuh conn Kit Published Kvrry Friday Kstabllshed in IWK) (i. K. IMrks Killlnr St IISCMI'TION ItATKS One Year tl.50 Six Month 5 Three Months 10 Siilirrlilloni bit puynhle strictly In mlvnnrc unil will Ik discontinued promptly ut rvplrHllon. THE RED CROSS NURSES OF EUROPE ARE CIVtNG TOASTED CiQARETTCS TO THE BOYS Tnjlnr'n Memorial Address Olllllllllt'll fllllll I'llgO I i no moving slowly niul stealthily Inward tin room occupied by l.tru- To anyone who doetn't know ot the tenant Lewis. Willi eyes fixed In- wonderful adranee that hare been made ti.tHy upon (lio object lie (microti Advertisements will be. accepted on. ly nl tin- rate of SOe per eolumti inch each Insertion. Uicnl notices I IV Hr lint well Insertion. Lcgnl ndvwtiseiHsitt nt luteal rales. In tha nmaratlnn of amoklnff tohaeco Strictly "peaking, we should ear ciga rettes rad o( touted tobacco; the amok en ol this country will recognize It more' readily by Its trade name, "LUCKY STRIKE" 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. — 15 March 1918

0 Till! COLUMllt'fl COl'IIICII Personals and Locals 1'atonia.i Company to Drill (Continued from Page. i Help save, food and win llm war ly mining a garden on yimr lot (his year. Nu m.-iltrr liow email, it will help. . Lieut. Ilnllnffi linn been trans ferred to llachlta and Mrs. Ilallard is leaving soon to join licr luuhsnd. Miss lloslna Patterson, ilaugliler gf Mrs. J. J. Clark, was a visitor litre, last week from Doming. I'. K. Lcnunnn and son, Kimtiall, and J. M. Crump worn here iivci Sunday mi loudness. Mrs, Ana M. Aron, of Albuquer que, has come to Columbus to reside Willi her daughter, Mrs. Wilkinson, MIss'May. Anderson, now leaching in Hut Kl Paso schools, mailt' n short visit to Columbus to he with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. An derson, llm llrst of the week. II. II. (Inrdner returned home nlxiut n week ago. from n rnmpliiK and IrnppiiiK expedition in the Ore pon mounlnlus, whcin he has heen for llm pnsl four months. He re ports n very successful season and that he has co...

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 March 1918

tin: :o i. minus coi'inr.ii Swift & Company Publicity At a recent hearing of the Federal Trade Commission there wus introduced correspondence taken from the private files of Swift & Company .which showed that the Company had been con uidering for some time an educational advertising campaign. The need for this publicity has been apparent to us for sev eral years. The gross misrepresentation to which we havo recently been subjected has convinced us that we should no longer delay in putting before the publio the basic facts of our businoss, relying on the fair-mindedness of the American people. The feeling against the American packer is based largoly on the belief that the income land well-being of the producer and consumer are adversely affected by the packers' operations, resulting in unreasonably large profits. Swift & Company's net profit is reasonable, and represents an insignificant factor in the cost of living. For the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit...

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 March 1918

0, II. llwHu'i 4 jotmer Collot, Lwm CeMty, New Mexico, jMirch 22, 1918 No. 40 EATINIi HOi'MS MUST HAVE KEIIKHAL LICENSE Tim fond administration rules ilo not require, Hid closing of meat mar ket on meatless day. Nor do they ri'tjtitrt llnl butcher clinll not ell prescribed meats on this day. They ore expected to utc their Influence lo prevent Iho usn of meat contrary lo tho rules of the administration and lo uxxae for sale altrarllvi; substitute nn till day. All butch er doing strictly a retail business aggregating les than tlO.Ono a year, nn exempt from license, Mil ony butcher elllng wlllilu tho trade, wlilrli Includes the, sale of fresh rannril or cured beef, pork or mut ton, Mitillry or eggs, fresh or froirn Dili, fresh frulln or vegetables, who sell In any quantity to hotels, res taurants, cafe or hoarding houses uhrrc llm ahovn mentioned product or told in tho aamc or any allered form am held to he wholesalers and n Jut It are required to take a li cense. A failure or refusal ...

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 March 1918

i nr. CM Ki K COt'iUVin L: tiii: (km.i'miu'h co in it; it Published r'.vtfry Friday Kslabllshed III 11X10 i. U I'urk Ijlltnr St IISCIUI'TION IIAITS Ono Ywir . SI M MX Months . IB Mint- Mtmllii . n KiiliM'rliillniii tire payable strictly In iidwiiire mill will lie ilKrotilliiuril pivinptl) nt i-xplralloii. AdrliiiHiit will Im .accepted im Iv Ml Ih nitP of k- MT lolUlllll in. Ii m il liKcrlHHi. Ih-hI notice I". iter line each Inwrtitm. l-egul iuImtIImHIhhiI lit legul rale. t.ttleml lit Ih iiNtlK ut Co- luliiliiht, New MexJcn nt aerom! ihhiI motler Howtl ink lit mhhI dar In (mrowMil Imjiwlwncf of lln- cilte t i Hie lMt hy (Iwm'lioc hawk hurt n.ti- ( more limn ll niilltona nt Miar. It hw hmm MmMhI H I Ibwlldi miHwMttpr f bthr thai Wh m.inhrr of sink mi till rininir .iinf the brcMmtM f Ik wui old h liirrml lUtelm! lu mkt I- mmilh nan. H hen) Ml i. nmi... thai Ih, nturrt f Ih alrUM" -a... in furre AMMlru mil m IH' war luirmsi Ik wiH Ih mrim lin- iwiiml ttOtrlWHH assths .mr Urti ImhaSlrlHl...

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 March 1918

kill', t.OLlUliillK .OlM,.M( Personals and Locals Floyd II. lllnlr mndc u business (rip lu HI Pnso Tuesday. Mr. S. II. Marshall nml daughter iin- hero for Dallas visiting I. lout Marshall. Dr. Ilnbcrl M. Marshall made, n business lsll In III Paxil Tuesday. ri'liirnliiK Iiiiiiiu Wednesday. VV. II. Page Is preparing ground for a Harden nn his loU north n'l town, lie lias planted some tree .llublc Stone formerly of Douglas. Arizona, In now rmplnycd In the Misulows DrilK fctore nt (Ills place, which I now under the efllclcnl inannpemeiil of Frank Callrn. The names of I,. J. Peach and J. V. lllnlr were unintentionally onill teil frtini the lint published lanl Is sue, of Ihnse whe donaleil fur the Mowers for the Memorial. There will ho n sale of pie mid rakes-til the Palace Market every Saturday and the Indies will ap- predate your patronage. The pro ceeds will he used tor church work. The llaptist Ladles Anxlliaiy held Ihelr usual pie ninl rake Mile Sat urday uf tiTiUHiii at Ihe palace 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. — 22 March 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER i Columbus & Western New f 1 Mexico Townsite Company y v V V y y Y V ? ? y y PROMOTERS OF COLVXDVS Sec ut for town Iota, business and residence propetty. Oil Leases and Valley Lands. J. R. BLAIR MANAGER I Columbus, New Mexico FEDERAL INCOME . TAXJN BRIEF Tho Requirements Boiled Down for Busy. Folks. MR. SIMPKINS PAYS HIS INCOME TAX i jinlmtwil fnuii Pub I h ill ut u gral many rlntmif.. I r ih prepared lr th- alil thai met ntir ? tmr tram pulled mm h Hif imam tlHl II w IhuiiIiIiiI ml up In-ikil" iuiiMiiik NlltMHiah built h II ItWH ln H if all lnt We ww 1111 nl lfc- M hi ami Th) hw'l llh rlwHc-il h greet deal. An w is HrMiy w heard mkIi h , of mush- wr llil I" It' ll' Our fnnrf mHl II l Ih Hrt f May and ar Jii-i m Iww l - M pr4e. l'tfl raw th of lb day. NimI ram lli' iii.-rn rkwt. I h tpin w ii ilimr ii'.li rl wtma mm- hu h a..! tal f wthl ! U. I li-r.1 WM ll.H hlllllllflll Html iHll III' litre ow wa ! TV irrii ww l If hd wlM"l mrr was H !)' lm w a tnMv Will n...

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 March 1918

1-12-1B mifief Vol. VII. Columbui, Luna County, New Mexico, March 29, 1918 No. 41 C. H. Uughci lie HALT! WHO'S THERE? MAKES BIG HIT Hull! Whoa Hint'' allrnilnl ii jireul ili'iil of nlliMillon ni' H'Vtral (la) . laiil week. 'I hi' word writ) In l' seen patted In runaplrtiniift placca nter (nun Iml fur i'i'itil day II ermr-d In tip a myalrry. wlili'li V!ii rlrarcil up Halm-da) cvi-nliw wlien ii limn new publication ttaa mi ati' ul llic stand. It u a lillle newspaper fur I In' nltlrrl nf 1 1 1 .'llli Infiinlry, with nil iippi'iiraure if a iiii'liiiKilitnti daily etrrpl the io. II Ik ii four rnliiiiiti rigid Kiti' paper widl mitten lit, Thmna II. Wutidhurii. mi ntllocr nf Hie ifltli. i rdilor in chief nml rartomiltl. n u I I.I I'liulll (intnle I (In 01-1,(1 editor. 1. 1. St'atet uHrliug mid v ii in l,i I hI llnr, I.I. Hurl Millri' trHirtcr. I.t. WiHiillinrn tta ii iiotttipapcr rat Itinlilst lii'fnri' In' nln'yi'il I In- mil nf I In' rnlnr. Hi Will III'1 migllia Inr nf mini' of tin- cnrl...

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 March 1918

THE C6LUM1.US CAUMER Till: f. 01. 1 Mil 18 CO l it I Kit Published Every Friday IMabllshod In IWiU (i. 1- I'arki Editor 81'IISCIUI'TION ItATKtf Ono War tJM Six Months .7t Three Muntln 40 iMifoHcrlpllmii air payable strictly in ntlwmir mill Ulll be dlMonllnurd promptly Ht rilrnllm. Athortisenicnta will bo accepted on ly tit the rate of iftV per rnluinti Iih'Ii cadi Insertion. Uicnl miller!) loo wr line each insertion. Legal tiilarltiiiiMit til legal rules, lettered nt the mHoIHe nt lai- luitihtM. New Mexico ns sct-ond class nmll mutter. HARDWARE FURNITURE rVIINITl.'lu: ON MOXTIII.Y V, MK.VI HA OCIl CltKDIT IS GOOII A. D. FROST Phone 3 Residence Phone 5 SKY I'lt.or ATIUMPIS io iikat mi; i)Kri llononthb' MtiplHMt Muni. . TeH IxHtd sipi A l-'rhnt I take my Mil in Iihii li write ytHi Ihi( my wur wi. )t lawer Oat IIMMt tifm IMlt (Mil I lie III Itl Mile him I nftwk he h rswl htwer .iixl ninW art tl outer trouble IhiI il -Imjc lmk like he tkie nwbte Ii u' l nt inter ib arm), sliore i .i pur...

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 March 1918

Personals and Locals ItiHial Coluinlius by iu(ronliiHK her Industrie'!. Ilcrinoii Muck, an Kl Paso liiiniiicx mail, whs lii'ii' llii week uu liuslncm wllli M. II. Cnliiiiati. .Miss Wnntln Ostncr nf lleriiinnai, M'iil I'rMny Huitilny wlllt Iht Mu cin anil aunl, Mr. and Mr. Chan. I'aulkncr. 'Ihn mrinhcrti of tin' U II. Cliurrh arc iircnnlilnn u new choir. I( yon hnvc n "volco" lei It lie known. II will lirt npprci luli il. W. J. Merry. I'. A. Ilimhcs anil Mr. nml Mint. Murlnnil lllxlcr nil of the ronuly sent Inwn, where vlllnr In tfoluiulius Tmwilay. Mr. Ituiilie re niiilncil In town until WYilntvikiy I'VYlitnp, W. L. GREY : KODAK FINISHER tave your Alms at Mtttlnns I HNI.AItOINf! A 81'KCIAl.TY Irt mp rnlnnrr your ; favorite films W. Ii. .MO.VICtlMKIIV IIiiiim' I'tilnllnu nml I'nprr 1 1 it itj tn (j IJfr-'rinit i:prrlrnnt Itiipiln' nt I'liiik'.i HiTiiiiil-llniiil hitorf Tr- rv run Milk. Cream and Buttermilk FIIKSI1 ICC.fiS A.M rtll'l.Tlli CALL AT THE Peach & Peach Milk Parlok MISS...

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 March 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER htati; or nkw mi:xi:o (Hrnli Cirllllinlc of Comparison, t'lllteil tllt" 1 1 r XllieNCH, Slab' III Nx- Mexico, m. II Is llw-rtiy Ortlftal. Hint Hi' rnmxvil It n Ml. inn- it ml eoMipIrt Irmiftcrlpl n( Ibr OrllHwlf of ItM-nrtH'tnlHifi of MUMHA MICA Ml MM oMI..N ,.n PlnrhfcnMm I.imMiIH) (N'. 0W' 'Ih Hi emtorwrnenln I hereon. "HUH HttftKMV mi Mr MIDI l( 1.1 "M in h iifftw ( llw ! Cutdih-h Imhi ikwwriMtoti. In 'IMWWH) Whereof. I be Htati i orpntvihwi lamwil bin of Hi' Htab r Nw MMrn hi caunnl thl ror Hta-M in b ma! h IU cUMtniwc ami litt awt of wM CoMMtriMkm. Ir aJHwJ at Uip city l ttonta 1 m, ihM mk m 'f ltriiiry. A. I 1HHJ. M s i .hum .-. I IMIIHI III si:i. l.hM I iilIIH l .'i liili al'' tr liH'iirHiiiiiiiiii t.r -ii.au an mim.s i ompny Nit tin'l.hiilllf". l.lllhllll) The imili't-Kimii'il penimt fiif nm iiii'lHim' of (miiHiw h rurMinili"ii iiirtlMMl lu lb UlM of Hie Slnlr f Sw Mexk-n. hei-riiy certify foHti: I 1'hi- nam of Hilt rurHmillHi shall - sir.HM.v iiica mini...

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. — 5 April 1918

1-12-18 VeJ. VH. CotwAtu, Um CoMty, New Mexke, April 5, 1918 No. 42 a n. Uuhci 8I.AIH KLECTF.I) MAYOH IN hotly contested ELECTION l.ondon, Frrdrrirksjon, Evan and Klein Arc Chosen Trustee By Substantial Majorities. Tlw village, election held licro Tuesday wan warmly contested, each candidal", for mayor trying tu fi'fl confident of election until the last bnllot wns rountctl, Mora Interest wbs Ink en In this content than pos sibly any clcclon ever held In Co lumbus before. The. friends of the respective candidates devoted most tif the day In working On the votcra and Retting them out to the polls 'I he register showed at 0 o'clock (hat 101 men had turned nut to vote. Eleven voles were challenged and morn In, but were not allowed placed in the ballot box. Three mutilated ballot were thrown out. J. It. Hlnlr received the highest vnto for mayor, and Jack London, A. Frcderlckson. Arthur J. Evans and William Kiel.) received the highest nutnler of voles for trustee. The vole wns as follow:...

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. — 5 April 1918

& THE COLUMDUS COURIER TUi: COM' HUH 8 CO I' 111 Kit 1'ubllthcd Every 1'rliJny Kslabllidicd In IWW (!. K. Parks Killtor Hl'DSCIlllTION IIATKS One Year - il 8lx Months . - "6 i'i,. xi.,i.. u .. . ... " "... ... n- uTr! wlvaivr anil "HI he dWoidlmicdl . umflJ HI riiirHiii"i IMIMTICAI. NOlNCKI-;vni I ereliy announce a n candidate fr rt'-t'lfchiiii o llu' ofllce of rmni- I) Iretivirrr. subject In llin appro ul of llii'Ajilorn in the deniocralli inoriinTiidi'm. IIKI'I' Of PclllK)l, AVMfMnftv(l!l.fVin'Ml,n,. 'WBlMlfV'HM "ol fSft1 per cohn ..iiLJt . S Jitk nK.MWo.rtwlf I i'AW-li'HW iinnJj-..rUvii!Cl Ulln,)nrli'i i .U'M II,. lifrmr Ml-mf 1,1,11 P.ntcrd,iUi koi,ptVnno nt I lumhiis. Xrw Mexico as second iln! .null mitlar.iki. ill I ' i HiffWr- n'ttimdr 'tvM i-uf rAfcf." tl lrnit1 40 ..AVItt'lll. i ' JUlll'Tt"! ll.v 1M,xV II I IUit.lt Mid. milint iillier4ldlM Ilfiltll ulera in Hip primary Imi AliinH'HwHli MMTIV vf.Uf.o- "tii-flatit-tiiileuwt mr hid iiiqi.'1 ui lAiiiiuy ,is,vpsur , iiw'K.if...

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. — 5 April 1918

PtfftQMfllf i Mil JLoClli J tier ,M r. uuil .Mm. llolniv Huoi-xum . I I'..l.i.l.,,. M.....I.... ruin ncniarti iru iiiumuay ii.ri r" ataim-a .nummy mi MempliK lex., when- htmiyclJjVU,l'i,liy),0,,,,'y- Bovoral lsllnm w IIS ,ri.TlYtf M it Jim u.l..i in ill i'.Yw"w" ' In 111 IW"W" 'm" r "" ""fnmoimilmcror flf."n?f'ix iimnf al.U.11 HUlUJfl t ft IIHIJ l,lllllllllttll.U 4(.tltl.fir llsll. Willi hit liwllirrii. H(iflnuUiL.f tJirJ Iioiila U now stationed ill Fori IIIIm J.'lJ llrccmvootf umiovb fifVohi Iiimm In Oklahoma. livJiut . bestt rMpilth'IAilf nf il l.tllh-. who wn f ffmily hurtled wTifle . wivlim till Iwo children fnun 11 lire i7vtttttttT7t7Tyttttttttttji tr W . L. VJlvL. I 2 i KODAK FINISHER or King KNLAHOINO A .SPECIALTY ; ha I ieii! Ixt me culnrtrr your Pavorito Klltna la IIIMM lll.il ID.., n.HHlllI'ilCij.aainn.t.l II ijjj ul iw,r.,,H".i!iv,l.',MM'.r.i .?. llnniilnu v l ..... .1.. II. I II. I.ll .1 O ftW'S,;rr.llW MW'ni.n ..ft "'l(iliMr,ht"" 11 ' I'lnrKVi fimmiMlitnd iSlon Ulilliii...

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. — 5 April 1918

D THE COLUMllUS COUIUEft j( or "HHfji it u ii , .CrtrMlltatri of, Comparison. X'nM'ift Stales, of America, Stale, at 5 Nisw tMuxIco, ss. i II la Hereby Tl.-rl I lint. Thai the annexed n lull. true and complcli transcript of the -Cerllflealc of Ineoriwrallon of SIKIHIA IlICA MINUS COMPANY (No Stockholders' Liability) (No. 1018) villi the endorsements I hereon. n same- appear on lltit ami nf ror-'n in the ofllee of Hie Stale Corpora Ihiii Commission. In Testimony Whereof, tlio Stall "rporcitlon Commission (if llu Stall nf New Mexico lia caused this err- IHIrale Ik 1h. nlctml liy lis Glialrmar anil Ihe mail nf Mild Commission. t( W aftlxed al the City of Santa IV on lliht IHlh day of February. A. I). 1 1118. M. 8. OlIOVKS. t'tiHlriiKin. i.-KL) Allast: HDWIN F. COAHD, Clerk. Ccrllflcnto of Incorporation or SIKItflA MCA MINKS COMPANY i No Stockholders' Liability) The undersigned persons for lhn mrioo of forming n corporal ursuant lo'lhu Iaws of tin' Slate f Now Mexico, hereby certify as ...

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. — 12 April 1918

almttfmi (Ltatfief Vol. VII. COI.UHHL'fl WILL TAKE HEH QUOTA IN I.IREHTY BONOS Committee Receives; Subscriptions for Over Half the Amount First Day. The drive for our quota In Liberty IlomU storied Wednesday afternoon mul hy noon Thursday (he sub scriptions rcjiortcil were t8,ooo.no, with many of the leading business men ycl (o he solicited. The amount allotted to Luna county to ralsn Is Jill MO. Columbus whs asked to subscribe $11,500, and the executive conimltlcc says the remainder will bo taken by the rest of tho county. J. A. Mahoney, A. A. Temple, Col onel Hyatt, P. A. McLaughlin, Forbes Pflrkltlll, llaymond Teal, J, C Dimes, K. II. Yalandighnm, Mra. Dr. Moran, A. Llndman, J. E. llama and It. L. Miller, of Doming, and J. L. Greenwood .mil J, It. Illalr of Co lumbia, in the members of tho executive committee for the county, Tlinsef rom Doming arrived here Wednesday with tho Columbus ' members, but both being out of town u meeting of the citizens was Called at tho Clark Hotel, wh...

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