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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 7 June 1918

1 THE COLUMBUS COURIER HAMGUftQ, A FREE CITY jg nomanff and W family in Exile 4r aii m wmmm mm. mmmwmsmm RH and hi family be wM .,, T.dndsk. SI- MQlIf H lT ' View of Harbor of Haml'irg. By IVAN NARODNV In Philadelphia Public Ledger. T measure of safety fur th fl lUj J ""' "ll"'in government au AH L31 thorltles .lerlded I Imi the friiHr ruler ami hl fmiilly Ik' sent In Tidiolsk. SI tJa. id H constituent assembly OUliI ll-U'l mine iHtW t III Solve the problem f iWr future. Herensky ns then, prt-mlvr. and II fill upon Mm (" deliver the fateful ilerlsloti Mltely ns nl ' '! calh-d periMrtmlly at the iwlare of Tsar-k.S-t.i ami mi twwitj.fmr hour to Hh mial exiles lit iark their trunk and make Ihetiiscttes ready for thHr Jnu. ne. The n-iwir turned while ami MhiikthI in i.n.ncr in Ktrensky: "If It I Hod' ami tlie hoMV Mill wi shall obey." A day thereafter the premier again called em the x-Mr and Infmnml I Mm that tin- train which was tM take Mm ai l M family t.i Siberia una ready. Ih fmtr e...

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. — 7 June 1918

THE COLUMDUS COURIER l8 M ON GUARD At thi. time of the MnVirlo feel went Ured. Unlets, their blood I thin. nV-y bavo lived Indoor nml i.nrl.nn. upended nil their mental and bodily energy ana wey want to Know now to renew weir energy and s atmnn. over- ...J , : n.m?h ,.i ?' "M? "I "it you must remember that In s.MlMi!r,Bf ? soxvn ,do",vu"t v iinciinr ihm ih.ir iCi much of a patriotic act as I nm In rich, red blood la tho beat Iniuranco agntnti nil or all kind. Almoit nil 0DU ou now " noei out ex dlieoaei com from Impure and Impov I ccpt to como back to ret dinner. You rrlshcd blood. It I to be noticed In tho poor lamb," added the (Inter, ctnndlmt pal or pimply face, the tired, haggard behind her brother ni bo ant In Ids ppenrnnc or the llstlrse manner. fnvorllo chair In tho living room nf ,t. liL..".".1! T. t0T ,,,clr uburban home, "you poor old j-r,,h,u,t ".Me '? K. nttny "ftr: Medical Discovery, tho old-fashioned S"' J know bow forlorn you will be." herbal remedy, which has had aud...

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. — 7 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COU1UER THE COLUMBUS OOUniF.lt Published Kvcry Friday Established In WOO i. K. Park IMIlor BUUSCHIPTION HATES Olio Year - - - v ' Six Months I "' Tlirco Months -W One Monlh SO Suliscrlptlons are payable, strictly In iiitvanre und will be discontinued mmijiUMdTalo Advertisement will lie accepted on ly at the rate of SOc per column Inch ouch insertion. Ucal notices lOo per line e-ach Insertion. Legal advertisements lit legal rate. Kntvred at tho postolllo nt Co lumbus, New Mexico as second class mall matter. For Watch and Jewelry repairing Go To I. JOSEPH At Sam Ravels Store Full Line of Watches, Jewelry and DiamonJ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. 1(1 TltADK: HO acres of good laud lulled norlli und cast of Colum bus For laud or eipml value In nud nroiind Sail Diego or Us 'Aligelos, Calirornla. Direct all iiiipilrles to owner. Mr. oergo . aim, ioi w. Klh Street, ColTcyvlllc. Kan. Mr If you hnvo anything lo sell or want to buy Iry this column. Cent word n week. Iloost Columbus b...

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. — 14 June 1918

c. n. uu8to fotifwf Vol. VII. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, June 14, 1918 No. 52 national u ah havim1s day must hi: madk iiki succkss ' The National War Saving Com iniltrc, which Is .rnrryhm on, through IIn slate nixl Inrnl rnminll- lee. n natlon-wlilo campaign M gel nil dm iMtpln on or before June 28 to pledge themselves to save lo the iitinoil of their ability uml to buy War Havings Stamps wilh their raving, linn given out the following statement: "Those of us who remain nt homo while others ilo Hip lighting Imve mt over-increasing number nf op portunities, to ilci ilellnlle hiiiI highly lintHirliinl work for our country. Wo wish to tin thin work as nil ex pri'Mlnn of tho crntllurlo wo feel III being privileged lo continue nl our usual lask. to enjoy Hip loving mmpnnlnuship of our families:, lo meet freely with nor friend nml neighlmrs, lo rnjoy nil I he security if lifn nml ingel or Ihe pleasure nml the oconninle privileges of peace lime while other men, who hnvo hnil lo put...

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. — 14 June 1918

THE COLUMDUS COURIER View ef tht Port Pnnt.IC attention hno been drawn to Vliillrotlnk, Ruisla'a great Pacific ocean port by the possibility that Jspan mlfhl Intervene to save Ihr Immense torn sent there by tht allies to help the Russians In their flitht against Germany. Vladivostok or "Queen of the E t," the name slgnlfl.s. It the eastern terminus of the great Trans-Siberian rallwsy, Marlon II. Dampman wrttra In the Pittsburgh Gasette-Tlmes. The corresponding Urn rrrtion city It rolled Vladl kaukaa or 'Queen of tht Caucasus." At ooo end of the long main avenue ef Vladivostok stands an Imposing atatut of Admiral Nevelskol, who laid tht foundation of Itostta'a occupancy or Pacific porta; on the .r.-ine are In crtbed tht famoua worda of Ctar Nlebolae I. "Where the lluttlan flag haa been boltted It mutt never lie lowered." At tbt other end of tht avenue, where the railroad croiiri the boulevard toward Europe, la a poet on which It engraved In gigantic let ttra the almple ttatement ' "V...

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. — 14 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS 0 OUR UK For the Fair Sex Crowbar taffetaa and nil the glnf htm pattern la Uletm that ara .d 11 "gingham taffeta," appear 4 at jut tb time when tha mood of bU public made tbetr aucce. certain. Women ara In tho humor (or qnUt and eon4rvtlv dressing and gingham taf feta, are tho moot unpretentious of Ilka. Thla modest, unassuming qual ltjr la martljr n matter of suggesffou thty borrow It from the (Ingham they ralioti In color nml patterns. The mint for them, with Arasileo prodae Id( a largo part of th required mer chandise and Japan and Chbaa enter ing Into the manufacturing- of fancy feather and flower aa well aa bralda and body hit. Oertstnly thera never haa been a batter display of excellent millinery and the demand la for One good and floe workmanship, retard len of price that hare beon rapidly advancing. Two dre bata and on for .tnet HI FTklkHn aJtrB PLAID TAFFETA IN SEPARATE SKIRT8. "fit In" tn prnrlde tho simple frock i wear, aliown In the picture, contlrra and prn...

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. — 14 June 1918

Till? CtUl'MBUft COUItlKlt V a a a -- -- -- -- IT TTTf TTTTVTTTTTTTtTttTt"TT r Y , WANTS TO (JIVU A WAV $100.00 WOttTII OK MI'.H- Y chanmm: to his cusioherk every month f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y 'i i i Y Y Y Y X Y.. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y At llit present Hunt we are giving nvvny lo our cus tomer about W5.W worth of nii'rr liamlln per inmilli in exrlmmtc fnr cah reslster coupons from our emit reittsler. Our lino new $700.00 casli register prints n cuuiwn with the amount of your purcliaso on it every tlmo you buy from MOST. Alt you have lo do is to sovo them up nml count IIihiii nt Ihc rate of i cents for each dollar you spend with us. Kor example, IM.no In tickets Is good for 60 cents on any higher priced article, They are' pood in trade nt our store at any time for an)tliing. Just (tin same as so much cash. AUK YOU .llKTTIKfl YOUIIST Our shelves are groanjng with new merchandiso for the household. Nearly everything you can mention Is I hero. You do not hae to go lo HI I'aso for aluminum ware...

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. — 14 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER N0TK8 FROM WASHINGTON, I). C FRANKIE FOWSER Tl H U Nrwr Mnxlrawi returning from WiihIiIiikIdii nrn very potdtivn In lln etalniienl lliot OoiiKriwtnnn YVallnu . EL PASO BOXER COLUMBUS THEATRE United States Tires rt gssd Tlrts In m randliUlo fur Hie Unllrd BtntwH uriialu, rt'Kardli'M of Mm rrttfirU living "prrml llirotmhnul the. ulnlo miKKMlliiK an iiniliTSlaiidiim lo tin 'I lie rnlloulng I'rotirain Will He I'rrM'iilril at tlir (.jIiiiiiImis Tliratrr for Ihr Wrrk llri)hiulii ,111110 1(1 Kiimliiy I'lvc IIi-aIh Orraltir Vilaitraph PpmIikIioo Anion In Mnrrim mid I'.illlli Slurry Till: OAI'TAIN HI' Till: (illAY IIIIIMIt IIKKII'- Monday I'll n Ilrttla I'antmotlHt Cfodurliuit Wiillarr Itrhl mid Anita KI1111 -nn: kucaw mavs wv nfnrl Dial Itldianlnoii 1 In In) lliu M'linlnrliil rahdldiitn anil Walton rim attain fur roiwreM. Wnllmi' li a candidal!) for tlio United Stale ooiuili. and III friend liould not lie lulled. The Real Meaning , of Tire-buying Economy Your car must n...

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. — 14 June 1918

TUB COLUMBUS COURIER THE MAKING OF A FRENCH AC Coveted Honor Won Onlu After Lona and PerilousService Helping tke Heat and Milk Supply (pedal Information Bsrvlcs, United BUIm DopaJtmant cf Agrtoulture.) WOLVES AND COYOTES OR LIVE STOCK WHICH7 - J .rT.. . I-i .. T i Vk v frffimtey --si Coyotes Destroy Thouunds of Dollare Worth bf Live Stock Evtry YarTtn V"i -3 durlL whfchT. ..nt . . ! h lOTA Thouund Wert Exl.rmlnatad by Huntir of tho Dtpartmsnt of Aorlcul- O IlttCOMR a French ace li not such an eaay matter. It means not only the bringing down of five enemy machine, but It must lie remembered alec that these ma chlnee mut full within the allied line. Aim they must tie "offlent. There Is the rob. Many a marvel loue flyer returning to hla rnmp after a valoroua day In the air, (luring which he hua aent tu earth more than one enemy, with hli machine In flnmM tMrhana. i.1Im. aa he neara hli home grounds that officially, he haa nothing to ahow for hla prowess. The great day la itlll afar off...

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. — 14 June 1918

m THE 0OLUM1UM COURIER The Housewife UpecUl Information Bsrvlce, Unltsd Btslss Deportment of Agriculture,) A FIRELESS COOKER FOR THE WARM DAYS Matarlal Ntidid for Making Flrstsss Cooksr. FIRELESS COOKER IS EASILY MADE Used With Koroscno Stove as Starter Kitchen Is Mado More Habitable. TIME AND FUEL ARE SAVED Oevloe Ii Warm Wsathsr Comfort In Any HouMhold Food May Bo Lift Cooking Without Any Worry aa to tho Rssulta. Tha Artless cooker la a warm weath er comfort In moit any kitchen. Used In conjunction with a kerosene store. It means not only economy In fuel but It makes tho kitchen a more habit able place when the warm days come. Flretesa cookers are now being made and used In hundreds of homes In town and country. .Whit la more pleas Ins to the housekeeper than to put her dinner In tho flrelcss cooker before she coca to town or market and to find It ready for serving when she returnal Advantagca of Cooksr. The flrelcss cooker offers several advantages. The first Is economy of time, ...

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. — 14 June 1918

TUB COLUMBUS COURIER THE COLUMBUS COURIKK Published Every Friday Established lu IM (I. I- Park ... Alitor 8UUSCIUPTION ItATEtf Oito War MjK) Hlx Months IJW) Three Months JM One Month SO KtibscrlptloiM are payable strictly In advance and xxlll be discontinued promptly at expiration. Advertisements" will bo accepted on. ly at tho rnlo of 20o per column Inch each Insertion. I,ocnl notices llc per line each Insertion. Legal advertisement at legal rates. Kntered at the iwstolllfl al Co luinbus, New Mexico as second class mail matter. THE COURIER JOB PRINTING 9s FOR GO TO FROST Hardware Furniture Cash or Credit Phone 3 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. I.OS'r-ljjvaller and chain, lie ward If returned In Hit' liiurlcr Ofllre. , TO TIIADK: -WJ.aros uf good land m miles nnrlli and east nf Coluni Iiim fur land of eipial value In and ornund San Diego or los Angeles. California. Direct all Inipiirlos to owner. Mr. Ueorje 8. Nidi. 10J W. Mil Street. Gnfftyvillct, Knn. Die If you have anythitiR to sell ...

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 June 1918

U. U. Itnghca J-1M8 COLl'MIIUS PLAN'S 1(1 IIAIKI! W. H. H. (JUOTA ON 28T1I --IV.S.H.- Of County (Jtioln of X9l,lX(),Oiil) auum-ii mis iirrn Tnkrn Our Klinm Is 1'lnrnl nl OurKrriilh-4l2.00Q (IT Mm 87.w).0)n allotted to the stale nf New Moxlru m her (imlii In tin1 nolo nf War timings Stamps In lie nolil tlni'iiiK Mils mlrtiiUr year l.ium rniinly linn hern allotted Hut sum i rot.iini. jo date i(io lolnl mnntitu ihiiii i inn nidi nlM 610 (HiO. Cnltimhiis Ims been asked In Ml HZ.tXlO witrlli nf slmmo. mid nrrnril lug to PiKtlnmster I. I., IliirkliMiil idHittl Him have been sold In 1I.1I1 llils im-ntu tlml ilurlmr the next six mouths Columbus ritlicns have Kol lo spend 4111,000 for War Kitvings Hininp. Wo have always gone mer 1 110 mp linn Mil will Im tin oxerp I Inn In Hip rule On National Wnr Soiltigs Slnnips laiy me rnuuiniiers will Mill every pony nun win secure pledge lur lln Hlilinilil vim IWI llml vim rani hnv 'Hi)1 lileu In to net children nml IIiihu' with small Income In nitree l...

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 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER Germany's Business Spies atWor J Unscrupulous Meth ods Adopted to Fur ther Plans for Trade Expansion y :. I Hi: HYOTKMATie way In which Germany uses her Ktctvt etv Ico department for trade pur poses, or "economic penetra tion," 1 it present ".routing the erioaa Interest of the nlllcs. Investigation of the methods employed and of the extent to which tbe system has proved profitable to Germany have bo made In several countriea, write J. T. U. to Pvinh-r' Ink. Bomo of the broad facta dta roverod by th atate agent la certain continental Kuropoaa nation have been the subject of much discussion and public men In franca and Italy are open In their denunciation of the evil, of the wide extent to which It la practiced and of th Insidious danger which It represent. to tha years Immediately preceding th war larf a American corporation, like atmtlar firm In Eu rope, rama In frequent contact with the so-called "PT system In business" and all thoao who ban dtd any Important b...

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 June 1918

TKE COLUMBUS COURIER The Housewife and the War (Special Information Barrier, Uelled SOME QUICK BREADS Plats ef Palatable and Attractlvt Muffin Mid Without th U of Any Wheat Flour. EAT HOT BREADS AS WAR MEASURE Uso of Substitutes Will Do Much to Relievo Wheat Situation and Aid Allies. SOME GOOD THINGS TO EAT .Biscuits, Muffin, Waffle and Griddle Caktt Are DetUr Than Ytut Oread Will Tickle Palata and 8atlfy Stomach. Biscuits, mucins, griddle cake, waf fles uu these lu plucu of yeust lireuil and savo wheat. To tnako a yrait bread of good texturo aomo wheat Hour muit bo used to furnish the lituten necessary for thin form of leavening. Quick bread leavened with baking powder or aour milk, or cream of tartar with baking aodu, do not need thl gluten. o wo can uo other cereal flour that do not con tain gluten for them. Hurley flour, corn flour, cornmeal, buckwheat flour, oatmeal, awret potato flour, kaflr, and fctcrlta meal all uch can ba uied for quick bread. Their use will do ranch to rcl...

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 June 1918

THE C0LMIM13 C0U1UER tiii: coi.umiu'S coumi.n Published Kvcry 1'rlday Kstahllshetl In tuou Kdllor . Ii I'orks . 8U11SUIUPTIO.N HATE8 Ono War tiM Six Mantle .. .. . . I AW Three Months AO One Mlmth JW Subscriptions nrc payable strictly In nivalin mill will br discontinued promptly at expiration. Advertisements will bo accented on ly at the role of SOo per column inch each Insertion. Uieal notices I IX Mr lino each insertion. Letml uiUerttaNitauts at ltal rate. Knlersd at the lawtullle ul to llimhus, New Mexico as second rluss mall matter. THE GO WRIER JOB PRINTING A. D: FROST Hardware Furniture Cash or Credit Phone 3 hik amihiicays i:iu;t:u I liellcto In the lilllnl Stole of America us n uiilrrniiirnl of the inn plr, fur tin- people, whose just lum en lire ilerhi-il from the convent or the iiitiii'iI: A democracy In n republic; A vitrriim imtliiii id mini) NittTrluo Mull's; n nrfrct iinhiii. one mill Inseparable, eMnlilkhid up. mi the principles of freedom, cipial ll), ullci mill hum...

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 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COUMER CHAM JIJIIY hktuiins FRANKIE FOWSER loitrv-iotjit Titui: itn.us Thn Krniul Jury finished lis work EL PASO BOXER COLUMBUS THEATRE last. Trlilay nml made Its rrporl (o Judge llaymoml It. Itynn, who Ik holding court hero this week, For- ly rour (rue hills were reliirucil hy tin- grand jury nml seven no hills, 'Ihn rolhminu Proiiriini Will lie I'rrscntril at the (ihiinhiit TheiitiT for the U'reh llrulniihiii 4uue 'SI. Siiiiilay firs Itsttls Greater Vltagtwph I'rwluclloii Anllit fllrunrt 'im. ..ioiii: iit:in.i.iivr w.w MiiiiiIh llvo llsMs 1'arniiHHHl I'rwilinlltm Vivian .Marlhi A KISS I'Olt StSIC Tiuilii) Itw) HmIs pHreintHwl PrtuhislhHi All rilnr ttiil PAIIAUIIUNT hPIKIIAI- I'lKIIILtniOX Vrilneiliiipiv I twits Oreuler 1tug4vph I'rviliMlhiii W'llllaiu Ihiiiniu 'I lilt lST .MAN , I'lm ruses Investigated cover the period Mure April, KM 7, up to the present (erm of court, nml it speaks well tor the general comlllioli of the roiuily nml is n remarkable, compli ment to nil...

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 June 1918

tfllE COLUMBUS COURIER Suit of Jersey Some t lute we are n si.H or drew i which haa been presented bv It ttralgn- or without any attempt to dcart from good, accepted itandardt of ttyle in Hi construction. Tho charm of such a de lira lie In other thing tlian original ity or startling novelty. It li embodied In the beat uae of all the mean at band to make a perfect garment of It Kind. A lovely example of till con MTTatlro and elegant uVstgalng li ahown In the suit of embroidered Jer sey made for wear In mklBttBer pictured here. It I In French gray with embroidery In white and will pleate every discerning woman. There la nothing to ey of It design that I not told by the picture. The aklrt and cost are both cut on the .Iropleet line ami embel'ltned with a wide band of embroidery. The belt. tt the material, I narrower than I usual in tbla aeaaon'a ault ami tinlthed with a aniall, tIhi Imiw at the front nd the fattening of the coat at tho ynr 1 T 7 ' , TTv x T ? Kjirls Jacket-Dress of voi...

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 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER Helping the Meat and Milk Supply MW IHMHHMMMIHM ("pedal Information Service, Uolttd Stales Department of Agriculture.) AVOID MONOTONY OF SALT MEAT EVERY DAY. The Widow's Choice Our By,J.V.Z.BEU)KN Preparing Meat for Canning by Stiam-Prestur Method. STEAM-PRESSURE CAHNER FAVORED Every Useful Portion of Pork, Beef, Fish and Fowl May Bo Preserved. WASTE AVOIDED BY CANNING Orsat Convenltncs to Houttwlfe Whtn Utual Supplies of Frith Meat Art Exhautttd Mere Varltd Dltt Madt Possible. It l very dllUcult to keep frcah meat ca the farm without a refriger ator or I co supply. An such conrcn lencea are often lacking In the farm home, the Importance of canning he roine evident, eipcclalljr ai tho cur ing of meat li olio difficult In certain regions, aa for example In the extrcrao Boutb. Tho farmer who haa no leu frequently loses meat when the weather suddenly turns warm nt butchering time. Often, too, he ute more freth meat than bo nmli In onler to conaumo It before It olls...

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 June 1918

Til K 001.LMIU8 COl'lUKIl J J J 5 t 0 ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. y y y y x y y 4 Buy SAPOLIO For ECONOMY PATRIOTISM "Action a spoolj louder than worSs-Ac t - Dont TollTBuy Now T X y y v y y y x Your Hands are not Iteil from carrying out your l-tnlhH and ileslrus when yuu Imve money In the Bank Your Kniik Atom til lUpcmls m what you save. II it not n mutter Of Good Fortune Acquire the Ming linlilt while your Iih-oiw i jiiwII iuhI il will In' easier a your Income Increases to Increase Your Bank Account Xw lit opiN'rttine llmo to open an Ai-emml wild us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK or c.omniis. n. m. "Money Makes thr Wny Kim)" J. H. Cox who iWHlly linil 'unity Mr. Linden, mi old fru-ml of c. i:. m re of ht ImimhMmiiI stirteyed in- .Miller who whs killed m Mm1 rmii i Iib loin. Im nppolnlwl William was n vMlnr In Coluinlm n few I irrmr hi auetiU ami we have It on tl.i this week. He enine here for ti.- authority of Ux that the lot the mrHHe of luijlni: the OiIhiii arv sailing Ilk Imt eaktw. Ihm Uuni...

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 June 1918

E9fi It. Uughet Mt-Hf 0 aontief VeJ. VIM. WORK STOPPED ON WELL UNTIL AFTER JULY 4 -w. w. Tho work fit the oil well Is suspended nwnlting the nrrivnj of casing, which It seems diffi cult to secure promptly. Tho Inck'of supply of pipe, tho crowd ing of this nnd many other in dustries to tho side ns tho war Riven preference, arts tho rea sons assigned for tho failure of prompt shipments. Yhoso working at tho well hnd thought no more pipe necessary when they had sot tho casing llrmly upon a solid backbone thus shutting off the water that liRd boon giving them some trouble, but when farther devel opment showed them to bo In a cap rock of hard texture and great thickness George Brown, the drillor, recommended that tho advantage to be gained by sotydly setting tho casing in the rock would more than offset the trouble and expense of under renming, particularly ns It would hold more securely in the case of tho development of a gusher for which ho confidentially looks. These columns have repe...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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