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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 24 May 1918

THE OOLTJMBUS OC WHAT CAN War Savings and Thrift Stamp. During the month of February tha receipts coming Into the treasury de partment through tho sale of War 8av. Inn anil Thrift stamps totaled HI, 000,000. It Is reported that tlirr aver ate now about fJ.OUO.000 a day. lte turns from the same source In Kngland wen fcrr.000,000. The War Barton and Thrift stamps give evtrynno chance to be "In" on the irreat busi ness of winning the war. They art fine Investment and within the reach of eTerjron.'. Congress set $2,000,000, 000 an the amonnt to be rained by thli meant for the rear. If thla amount It reached It will cover the entire cot of the itOTernment't shipbuilding program for the year. It hni now from this source enough revenue dally to build 10,000 torn of (hipping nnd altogether bat received to date fundi for building 420,000 tons, or SI ships of B.000 torn each. Our itrength In thla war hna not made ttaelf felt ret at It will be felt. Great retervet of It will be forthcom ing. W...

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. — 24 May 1918

TJUC COLUMBUS COURIER r The Housewife and the War UlMMtU aVrvt, Un4l4 TOWN REST ROOMS omcllmtt Quartan In a Courthou , Orgnlillon Wit Allswtd $100 Furnlturt In Thlt Room, REST ROOMS FOR NEEDS OF WOMEN Clubs Work With Local Organiza tions to Establish Those Conveniences. FINANCING IS NOT DIFFICULT Furnishings tf Wtll-Equlpptd ftoom Should Bt Simple, Comforttbls tnd Duriblt Mtmbcrt Dsnttt Pltcss of Furnlturt. ltMt room hire been established In mor thin 200 counties In tht United Stale to tntrt tlic needs of country women In town on business. Tory pro vide plsee where tht farm woman ht rlibt. without asking any favor, to the use of facilities for rest nnd re freshment They have been established by woman's mrnl organisations In co operation with othrr local organisa tions, with Individuals, niul with vil lage, town or county authorities by business corporations operating pri vate markets, and hy Individual mer chants. Where furm women' organl xatlons hare hern Interested In estab lishin...

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. — 24 May 1918

THE COLUMliUS COU1UER THE: CQLUMBU4 COURIER Pufelisbeti Every 1'rlday Established In 1900 8. BUBSCRtPTION IIATE8 Ono year ll-W Six Months- .75 Three Months ..... .0 advance Mtt wM be discontinued Advertisement will be accented on ly at tho rate of l!Oo per column Inch each Insertion. Local notices lOo per lliii) etch Inicrtlon. Legal advertisements at leral rates. Entered at the posloitle at Co lumbus, New Mexico as second class mall matter. DIXIE BREAD hMc Acctnlifsf ti tin CtvMiMMt FwhwIm Standard 16 Oz. Loaf sealed in waxed air-tight paper. We are installing an entire new equipment including new Bread Molds which make a very at tractive LOAF. :: :: :: :: :: :: BANKS AM) NEWSPAPERS llicro are two classes of business men who give tliclr time and ctpiip mcnl iinsllntlngly In the government without hope of financial return tankers and newspapermen. During a Liberty Loan drive every bank anil evrry newspaper turns Its entire equipment over to the sen'. Ice of the government without mo...

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. — 24 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER War-time Responsibility Yours and Ours NntlonnI necessity hns put n new responsibility on every motorist. Utmost service is ricmnmlcri the liif'licst use fulness of yourself nnd your car. Service and economy nrc your only considera tions. Our responsibility ocs hand in band wltb yours. As t.bc largest rubber manufacturer in the world,. It Is our duty to supply you wltb tires of unfailing reliability and extreme mileage. United States Tires arc more than making good in this time of stress. They arc setting new mileage records establish ing new standards of continuous service effecting greater economy by reducing tire cost per mile. , There is a United States Tire for every car passenger or commer cial and every condition of motoring. The nearest United States Sales nnd Service Depot will cheerfully nid you in fitting the right tire to your needs. United States Tires arc Good Tires mm FORD Hlfi UNIVERSAL CAK The I'uril Cntipclcl It ii muni pnirllnil two-pinni'iiKc...

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. — 24 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER TANK NOT INVENTED AS WAR MACHINE Thousands of Tractors Now in Use on Farms in AH Parts of the World urn ii i 'Hi i 'iMMMMMMBBJfBBIfc : : a Hp MQiW llIOSK ho have watched the operation of llio tnnki at the movies nnd bate marvelled at the lumbering machine! that crawl over the face of the earth like prehistoric tuonitera hare gained aoine Idea of the adaptability ot the modern tank. No other armored machine that moves upon the ground la o capable of aurmountlnc ob.taelce. When the equadron of tanka appeared In the Tan inard of Byng'a famous drive at CambraL It ap pearance seemed proTlttentlal, write Hamilton M, Wright In the New Tork Sun. The armored levta thane pnihed through the German barbed wire en tanglementf as If they were to many cobwebs. Tney sidestepped deep pockets, atretehed their long .c 0T" mlnUrure cba.ma. dipped, roae. backed ana upped at dangerous angle aa they picked their way forward amid a hall of missiles. i?.d,e,.kf0r. ,U ,U nPnm lpUtlon to ...

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. — 24 May 1918

THE 00LUMBU8 COURIER It NO CAMOUFLAGE . M THIS STORY AJ"LY A FEW DROPS THEN LIFT . TOUOHY COBNS OFF WITH FINS.ERS. f J j Don't hurt bit I Drop a lltU I sVtaeoa on an aching corn, lnstantlv w that corn ttopa hurting, then 70a Uit v rlgbt out T,Bg1cl f Of 'A. tlnr bottle of frMzana md tin few cent at any drug atore, but U eoOdent to remove vry bard corn, oft corn, or corn between the toe, and the cr.Uoueea, without eoreaeM or Irritation, ffreeione la the aenutional discov ery of a Cincinnati genius. It ti won derfuL Adr. Up to Date. Marcella la Bennle Ueanbrougn td painting house for a UvtngT Waverty Ye, but he doesn't call It that now. Marcella What doee ba call Itt Waroly Camouflaging realdcncea. Toungtown Telegram. Juice of Lemons! How to Make Skin White'and Beautiful At the coat of a small Jar of ordi nary cold cream one can prepare a full quarter pint of the moet wonderful lemon akin softener and complexion beauUfler, by squeezing the Juice of two rreeh lemona into a bottle conta...

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. — 24 May 1918

THE HOME OF V ilBBorainmjtJ f r-n-n-t i-f r -r-rr-Ti in i -i i -it i i a i J 1 ANHEUSER-BUSCH, STXOUIS. The universal popularity of Bevo made it necessary to erect this building the largest of its character in the world. Covers two city blocks. Floor space 26 acres. A basement 30 feet hi$h containing 13 tracks each to accommodate ten freight cars. Will employ 2,500 people and have a bottling capacity of two million bottles daily, equal to 14U car loads, on an eight hour day basts. mm CUAHCKS J30 HH IMCKAGK OF HUMP-BACK (UnAHETTKH A Teller'' went Into the Columbus Drug store to pay a little bill In owned. It amounted to something over $30. He asked for an itemized statement. Mr. Ilob found the man had been charged 930 for two pack age of Camel cigarettes. The bval part of it was that Mr. Hah had charged the cigarettes himself. Of course It was a mistake and was changed to 30 cents. Just like Mr. Kllloll felt. MtlF.CrS THAT NKW IllMT Kl.HilHLKS llF.r.lSTKH J LINK 3 Upon approving the ...

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. — 31 May 1918

JBri. vm. ColrnnW, Lihm CwMty, New kksiet, PUy 31, 1918 He. SO -Red Cross Gets $2,254 From City Columbus anil M)rtln Tlicn(rrj OUr Ono OmjV Hrrrlpb Dnifl Store lle Hct-rlpls From I'ounUhi. Tim must profound satisfaction exists over llii' success of the drivr fur llnl Cro funds. This success wns morn than llm Innr amount of iimncy ni'red, for llm lln spirit of liJltiullMii shown wllli caper will-Ingm-ss Jo sncrlllro ullh II rouse tfmionl I'lmllim harmony liu' Ihi-ii h I rl of Iho, essential success, VliPi llii; I"cnl comniltlro shuet ' $lie llgnres In fi.nuii before die iiinln was known, sumo hundreds nf dol lars beyond I lu amount xvo were Inter exported lo ralo, then was mi eagerness evident In Kl' the limit In I In- securing 'f our "linrn nml innro of llio Mercy Millions. That harmonious energy win displayed from 1 1"' beginning Is iilaciim llic drive' mildly. Dr. Marshall, who headed llii- rnimnlllee. expressed his KrnlilH'nlluti ill Iho following wtinls: ."It wen! through withou...

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. — 31 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER E)eauipofa El Salvador, Lake llepenge. EL SALVADOR, th Utile repub lic ou the southern coast of Central America, li not behind any part of the world In the matter of the picturesque end the In terestlng. It has Iti natural, phe nomena, Iti beauty spots for tourists that ahould he double atarred In trav elers' guide books, Ita retlca of anrirnt races, Ita quaint and buijr cttlea with thrlr artlitle worki of architecture, writes Hamilton M. Wrtht In the Uul letln of the PanAmcrlean Union. In the world there li not a more wonder ful volcano than Italeo, which, more thin four generations ego, aicended from the iialm and haa since re mained active. There li not a more wonderful lake In the world than llo pougo. distant about ten mllea from San Salvador, the capital, and con nected with It bjr a iplendld highway. A fine national road which, at one point, cuts the mountain aide 800 feet aboie the aurface of the lake alto cornea In from San Vicente. Hoponfo Is an allurt...

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. — 31 May 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER The Housewife taped) Information Service, United auiu Department ( Agriculture.) PLAN YOUR MEALS FOR A WEEK With Htr Meals Scheduled, tht Housewife's Saturday Market Basket Can'Drlng Food for a Week, Except 8om .Perishable. PLANNING MENUS WEEK IN ADVANCE Satisfactory Answer to Question 'What Shall I Havo for Dinner?" MAKE FEWER MARKET TRIPS Definite Schedule Will De droit Help In Avoiding Watte Meats Sug gested to Meet Food Adminis tration's Requirements. It will pay yon, Mr. Housekeeper, to sit down for an hour each week and spend the time In planning- your week's tqenus In advance. Kspvclally at this time when all nru striving; to conserve food, you will find a definite schedulo a treat help In avoiding waste. ' Hera are some menus (or a week from" ' woman who believes In n work Ins schedulo for her household. Tlio meats are carefully planned to meet, first of alt, the food Administration's requirements, using substitutes for wheat, meat, fat, and sugar, and t...

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. — 31 May 1918

TKK COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday Established In 1089 (2. K. Park SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year IIJ50 Six Months .75 Three Months .40 SitacrlfitlGM mo payable airkHy In advance ami W be iHwoaMounl promptly u rxplritUett. Advertisement will bo accepted on. ly at the rata of 20o pec column Inch each Insertion. Local notice lOo per lino each inuirllon. Legal advertisements at legal rate. Entered at the postofflo at Co lumbus, New Mexico a tecend data mail matter. TWO POUNDS MEAT PER WEEK SHOULD HE HIE LIMIT When the meatless day were lifted in the food conservation pro gram. It was prophesied that some form of mrnt saving would nrces snrlly In established again in thp Uear futiirf. There ha been a de. Clded decrease in the shipment nf fut rnllle ninl hep to the primary market. The movement of cattle abroad for the use of our army and our hIIIim has been somewhat 05 relcraled during the past two luonlhs, and the domestic consump tion following the lifting of meatless days lnerca...

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. — 31 May 1918

THE COMlMtUS COttltlKlt War-time Responsibility Yours and Ours National necessity has put a now responsibility on every motorist. Utmost service is demanded the highest use fulness of yourself nnd your cnr. Service nnd economy arc your only considera tions. Our responsibility rocs hand in hand with yours. As the largest rubber manufacturer in the world, It is our duty to supply you with tires of unfailing reliability and extreme mileage. United States Tires arc more than making 'good in this time of stress. They are setting new mileage records establish ing new standards of continuous service effecting greater economy' by reducing tire cost per mile. There is a United States Tire for every car passenger or commer cial nnd every condition of motoring. The nearest United States Sales and Service Depot will cheerfully aid you In fitting the right tire to your needs. United States Tirfcs are Good Tires FORD lilt: UNIVERSAL CAR II In inosl iiiiHii'timt ulii'ii yimr Kurd Car require mirhi...

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. — 31 May 1918

the oolumbus courier f (Jensi Allies irv. rri enperance! Helpiig tit Meat tad Milk Supply (Special InrorttikUon Bttvlee. Unlt.J States lHpltrant el Afrtciiltiire.) HOW YOUR MILK GETS TO TOW I 1 If Ml mi 'Urn The Bottle Ycu Take Off Yeur Duck Perth Mey Hive Traveled 2C0 Miles In Seme of Thcie Carrier. MILK'S JOURNEY: COW TO KITCHEN Many Farmers Working Hard to Give People Clean Food at Earliest Moment. DIFFICULT STEPS IN SYSTEM Product Mutt Oe Carefully Cooled to Keep It and Then Hauled Cvcr Oad Roadt to Railroad Dlf. ferent In Smail Town. to the handling ot foodstuff the American profile eunsinntly demand In creased service. I'ackuge goods, dellv erle and pce4al delltertes, buying Id email quantities ami ao on, all require additional labor by some one. The ullk consumer now U accustomed to find a bottle ot clean, cold milk on (lie dnortf In the morning. If the Milkman la late or doe not come at alL rigorous compiuuit U voiced. Such a complaint I llkri to be baaed on a Jack o( unders...

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. — 31 May 1918

n THE 00LUM1UJS OODXIKR THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION VWelfcblc Compound, Om t Thsktsartds of SwchCw. Black lUm Falls, Wl.-"As Lydj B. rkaaaam' VegtUbl Compound orgnltxoblt sad mj side hwt B-.i to Icocldbardlybe up fnJm my bed, sod 1 waaunabUtodomy housework. 2 bad tht best doctor! Is Eau Clair and tbty wanted Ins to bate in operation, but I I.vdltFLPlnkhan'a Vegetable Compound cured no 10 1 did ill my friends bout It -Mrs. A. WT BlNirR, Black River Fall, WU. Ht ! lust tuch experiences as that of Mrt. Blnsr tht haa mad this famoua root end herb remedy a houbold word from ocean to ocean. Any women who .ntr.r. from Inflammation, ulceration. displacements, backache, nervousness. Irregularities or "the bluea" ahoukl not reel until abe haa given It a trial, and for special adrlea writ Lydla t Plnkbam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mess. A woman la untuned with a photo graph when It flatten her. PROVEN SWAMP-ROOT AIDS WEAK KIDNEYS Tbe symptom! ot kidney and bladder troubles are often very dlitr...

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. — 31 May 1918

lXai 1 I I HUR'tiliAl'-gSRl J I,, .', IU 'STATE BANK REPORT Itcpnrl of tlin roniltllun of Hie Columbus Slate Hank, at Columbus, In lliu lUto of New Mexico, at Iho close of business on May 10, 1018. UKaOUIlCKS 1 Loans and Discounts t 80,430.(8 Total Loons W.Mn.18 2 Overdraft, unsecured lOMiH 3 United Btatca Horn!- (c) U. H. Hopds owned and un pledged 7,350.00 TtUal t!. H. Iwnds 7rT30.UU 5 Ktucks, other tlian Federal Iteservn Hank stock 0.000.00 7 (a) Value of bunking house (If un encumbered) (10 Foully In banking house 2iT8i 8 Furniture and fixtures... ai2l.UI V Ileal estate mvned other limn bank- . lug house. - il (a) Net numuiil due from National Hanks .' 13,070.32 (li) Net amount duo from H'oservfl Hanks ...... I3.U70.32 12 .Vet amount duo from banks and tankers inlhor Ihnli Included In 10 or II) : o.oo 15 (a Outside checks and other cash firms . I3IUCI (li) Fractional currency, nickels and cents MI.U) 011.11 10 Colli mill currency ., HkUMMU Total lt&ix .UAHILITIF.S Si) Capita...

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. — 7 June 1918

ftonrirr VH. VII. Cslsmbm, Lwm CMj, New Mexica, Jww 7, I9l8 No. 51 TltK LOCAL iu:i CMm NOW IN NKIV CJUAIITKHS -IV.II.fc Tlio Columbus branch of tlio IUmI doss It iiuw completely moved n(n lt new quarters, "Tlio lodgo." Karl Moore, no palnler nml decora tor, ami Jay 8. Vaughn, as tlio car penter, have for miiiio day lwen beautifying and arranging this room. A partition separating the room lilt" a surgical dressing work room and llccl Cross business room Is making lids plarc a inml dslr ulitu location. A business meeting each Tuesday iifternoou will tut held In thn noulli room, while the niirvicnl dressing vvnrk room is facing the street. Tin' ladies who are interested are urged to he present daily. iv. d. . r NEW HKXICO HAS U.OKU HUN IN I Hi: AIIHY - v.a.N. explain II. ('.. Held, federal disburs ing olllcer, has Issued statistics showing that more thnn U.OnO New Mexican am in the military service of Urn United Mate. Many New Mexicans are In the navy, hut no ligurrs were iiiven mil on...

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. — 7 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER Helping the Heat (Special Information Berrtco, United WHEN CO-OPERATION A Saving of t,000 Was Made by a Western Fruit Growers' Association by Duylng Theto 34 Sprayera Co-operatively. SECURE RESULTS IN CO-OPERATION Special Farming Encourarjcs Work-Together Methods Among Agriculturists. FAITH IN PRINCIPLE NEEDED United 6tatts Department of Agrlcut. ture Will Aid Communities De siring to Form Orgsnlsatlens Some Qoed Suggestions. Every co-operative organisation should result from a widespread de mand based on a well-felt need. A community which specialize on one or a few products offers a more promising field for a co-operetlvo mar keting organization than one whlrli prndurrs small amounts of a Inrce number of different products. A farm er naturally will devote more attention ) an orcanlzatlon which markets his principal products than one which ban' dies products which are raised by him as side lines. If the servlco rendered by existing marketing agencies is unsatis...

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. — 7 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER WHAT CAN WE DO? Ilea Cross Clippings It Iho title of small paper published In Philadel phia, to help nioko the work of tha Pennsylvania division efficient nnd fur ther Iho usefulness of tha American Itcd CroM In war and civilian relief. Hera are two Intensely Interesting Items from Its publication of March 30, which will make every member of the American IlI Cross proud of thin mar-. veious organisation anil mora anxious thin ever to work for It: He'.a Strvlce Qrews. "Mk young David Coppcrfleld, home service has 'growed out o knowledge' since the tint of Iho rear. At the end of January, homo service sections In the Pennsylvania division were string help of ono kind and another to ruoro tlmn 2.0()i) soldiers' and sailors' fam ilies, nnd at the end of February the number of famltle hnd Increaied to 4,600. "Thl Inrrcnso In number Is, In "eriy, a measure of the Increase of con Bdenrv In Iho ability of the Itcd Cross So help solve fninlly problems, and It Ira shows t...

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. — 7 June 1918

nit: coi.i'MRUfi cftuninn 5-555 -2$ f X W.WIH TO lilVU AWAY SKHI.IW WIIIUII 01-' .MI'.lt- OIIAMHSIt ill HIS CIKKMir.HS nviiitv Mtt.vni V Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V Y Y Y X Y x v Y Y Y X & t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y- Y Y Y Y Y X f Y ft At Mip piwtil llmo wr Rrt ilvlitf nwny In our ciu-lm-r atinul CBVAO worth of iimrlinmllM per liiiinlli hi rxrhant tr rilw rmiKH from our rnili ri'puli-r. Our Dm aw IMMU Mh rrfarirr prints n coupon Willi tin iivuht of your purr haw hi II rrry tiiiw you lmy from rnoT All ymi tai lo dn ! to Mva llitm up nml rounl i hm at Um rat of v rtmto for aarli iWlor jvu irni Willi ti. For MWHhK Wtrt hi ttokri b aml rr 60 rrnH on nny lihrtwa prlratf art He. Tlty ara boI In trait nl our alnre I any tun.- for aoyihlaf. Jual I Iff nun ni mi mueli ouh. ahu vot' mrni.vo voi'ite? Our blvea af gruaniiw wKli m nrrrlmioliw" for llit Ii.mikiIioM. Nrarty avrr? thlna wi ran mrntloti H Hurt'. I it'l har lo an lo Ul Pau for hIiihiIihiiii nri or lrx waiv now. fttir wlmtowi arc hill of II hihI Hh prio...

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. — 7 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER United States Tires are Good Tlrts 1 The Real Meaning of Tire-buying Economy Your enr must. give fjrenter service this yenr than ever before. It speeds up your work increnscs your -working power. Tiic highest cur economy lies in utmost service. The most economical tires urc those which will give you greatest use of your car. Thnt's just what United States Tires will do for you. You can depend on them for continuous service, 'most mileage at lowest mileage cost. Equip with United States Tires. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will be glad to assist you in selection. United Slates Tubes and Tire Accessaries liny All iht $niliz II Wi ami II W 1L1 Mali United States Tires Sufitmi. FORD 1 UK UNIVEKSAL CAH It Ik must I in por (mil wlii'ii ynttr I'nril Cur ri'ipiiri'Si nu'i'lianliiil iitti'iilinii llinl yuii pine il In rhnnm nf the mtllinrit'il Kuril Iwilcr. licrmiM' lln-u you iiro nurr of lnivlim ri'iKilr ami irilii('iiiifiilM miiilii Willi kuiiiiIiiii Purii...

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