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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 28 June 1918

THE OOLUMBUS COURIEB HOME GARDEN SHOULD PRODUCE SURPLUS FOR WINTER STORAGE For the Love of Pete Dy 1MBS MACOONALO - ' Bay Gathering Iht Pretltict of Their Work, and They Art Pleased. A half-acri- snrdiMi. If cured for ir..i rl will ,n..u. in r.M-grtnl.l.-- 'iMn the averauv futility nn rnr-"me ttarlac lb maturtns ihtIirI ,.r iln rro'. Onl.- a small iMirtlcm of a aar 'leli nf thl. ltv kIkiiiIiI He devnted In Ihww vtable tliat mutt lie n M a tby reach maturity, tt In aeivt'abta to dennte lb major imeilmi af taw tfaKV In iUtfr cmpt wlitch If mh iiwalnl it miee may le kept for wfcur ww. la fart. If the Mee itHMt law aartka atHld l amx-d wOi ljt lo(l HfrMw ot cmwlHit ert far rtetrow for wtater uw. Late twin, late cablnse. carrots, eel '. msliw. iriRl, btt wtatm, wt p4t. mMfy. ami late tur hHw mmt tie Mured In Mr natural wtrrtw and If ptmMMc atmuld Ih Mn la tar nlrat nf lb family mill far aterase fnr winter bm. Work Garden All Season. tt M pMothte In wwrly all twetkma nf tlx eaaolry tit av...

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 June 1918

TIIB COLUMBUS COURIER Three Exquisite Daytime Frocks THE lomrvyKinro I THAT CHANGE IN WOMAN'S LIFE CMCN ABINET To make good tea for you and m. We'll heat this tsrthsn pot. you , Then In II place Just on, two, thrt Kutl Umiwom of the frsrrant tea. On eaeh for urn, and m and the. And when the water tolling be, Turn ons thtn steep It thoroushty Thra mlnutta to Ht flavor fro. WHEN COMPANY COME8. Tlir smart wnmnn nt Iikiu Improve each shining lioiir of summer Ijr Ink ing her knitting everywhere aim goes, and hjr wearing frock much like tlmae that help tn tunko llic three grace pic tured above, look an lovable. Theeo frock aru of n sort In make even Urn Jaded millionairess grow Interested, and everyone rla, who knutvs niiy thing nhont clothes, to grow rnthusl aatlc. They have everything Hint aspire to In our apparel simplicity, style, refinement, originality nil with in Iho boundaries set hjr the season's modes, and they are not nut of the reach of women of ordinary means. It Is hard to p...

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 June 1918

THIS COLUMBUS COURIF.H I'ubllshcd livery Friday published In IPOl) . K. VmU alitor 81'IHJnnil'TIO.N HATK8 One Year tiXV Hit Month I.n(l Three Month J0 Oim Month ill Htdncrlptloiot ore pnjnblc strictly In iidvnure nml villi lie discontinued promptly at expiration. Advertisements will be accepted on. ly at the rnto of JOo per column Inch cadi Insertion. IaicbI notices lOo per lino each Insertion. Igal advertisement nl legal rates. Holered nl Hut postollle at Co lunitius, New Mexico as second class mail matter. mi: auf.iucays ciif.f.u I Ix-llrtr In Hip t'nllrd Sinter of inerlcn as a un eminent nf tlir pn plr. for the people, mIiom" ul poiV' rrt nrr drrlied from Hip mnnrnt of Hip unirnird; A dciiiorrur) In n rrpiibllr; A Miirrlun nation of ninny Micrclan sliilrs; 11 prrfrrl union, kiip mid liiH-purulilp, rslatilNlird up mi Hip principle nf frrrilnni, rqual II). ItiMlee, and hiimaiiltv for which mrrlmii putrlnls mrrlllml tlirlr Hies mid fortunes. I thereforr brllric It N my duly lo my co...

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. — 28 June 1918

THE COLUMMJS COURIER A A 'hnltf Speed Speed Speed! I'nrlc Sam nurl.o I the clock ahead one hour to civc n orj light. Take advuntnuc of It. Yon owe It to yourself nml your country to make every minute count. Use your cur passciiKcr or com mercial to the limit. .Samuel I'. Colt, president of ,lhc United States Rubber Ciimpnny, helped awaken the. country to the economic value of the automobile last fall. He sald- "Kvcrythin on wheels must be used and mobilized. "The automobile is second to the railroads as an adjunct and supple mentary to them in collecting and distributing mcrchand,M. "Owners should use their cars, both nassencer and commercial, more and more." Make the most of your car by using the tires that will extend its usefulness to the utmost. Use KOiid tires United Stated Tires. They last longest and carry you farthest at least cost. There, is a United States Tire for every car or truck to guarantee un interrupted service and greatest i economy. Our nearest Sales and Service ...

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. — 28 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS tiOURIER 15 Cminp for Wounded from Overseas Helpiit tke Mat ui Milk Sxpply (Britl Information Service, United BUIm Department of Agriculture.) KEEP MILK BELOW FIFTY DEGREES. , Great Armu Hos pital in New York Already Filling With the Soldiers From Battle Front 4 A MHIIIl'A'S AbaltleDeldt of United States - f-7- 1, situated at ' 1 m Ilalnbrldge I -A. I JaV. New York. Surfsc Cooler Over Which Milk Should Do Pourtd Whin Drawn, and tht Tank for Keeping Cant Cold. CONSERVE FOOD VALUE OF MILK Constantly Clean and Cold Is Formula for Making Best of This Product. ready to ship, and It should lie pro tooted from hent during hauling with blanket or folt Jacket. Every vessel Hint milk touches In nnjr way cooler, can. palle and bot lira liould lie sterilised and kept clean. Constantly clean and constantly cold. That ta the formula for celling the full benefit of the milk supply. Hvcn brief I a pees from cleanllnea and cold cauie the bacterial count to mul tiply Bnd the milk to dete...

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. — 28 June 1918

3 .THE COLUMBUS COURIER INCREASE IN WESTERN CANADA LAND VALUES The Housewife nd the War lilt Forty and Fifty Bushels ot Wheat to the Aore. During the out Tear Ultra baa been prater demand for (arm lsnds In Western Canada than (or a number ot yean put. The demand la (or good , (arm landa Improved or unimproved. And at an Increase of from ten to fif teen dollnra an acre moro than tha same landa could bs bad for a couple f yeara ago. The rlaa In the price of every kind 1 of produco crown on theao Western 1 lands, In aome caaca to denble and In there to treble the price prevailing be fore 10U, bare attracted and are at tracting In erer-lncreailng proportions the men who are amlona to Invest their money, and apply their energies 1 In the production ot wheat for which the allied nations arc calling with ' Tolcee which grow louder and mora i anxious as the months roll on, and the 1 end of tho war still seems distant Beef, and moro especially bacoa, are required In erer greater quaatltlea, ...

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. — 28 June 1918

THE COLUMBUS CftURIKtl Y T Y X T V Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X X y Y x Y Y Y f Y Y Y i For LcndHim . Art CNOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO Buy SAPOLfO For ECONOMY PATRIOTISM "Action f I peak ludr thn words-Act -Pont Talk -Buy Now J our Hands nr not lird from carrying out your 'xnctatlom mill ilt-slrcs when you have money In the Bank Your Hank Arcouut depends on what you m It I not a matter Of Good Fortune AiMiuiro Hip nilic lintdt while your infoinc l small ntiil it will n paslrr n your inrnnm hirrrxni to Increase Your Bank Account Now It the oiortuiic llmo to om?ii an Account Willi us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK iir coi.rinit's. n. it. "Money MiiKr Hip Way liiy" TheAll-'Round Man's Drink Wc nit want a drink that is not insipid. The soldier, athlete or hardworking student must have the drink that tastes good and that keeps him toned up. is just that. It is sparkling and refreshing healthful as choice cereals and finest hops can make it -a soft drink that is pure in It self and kept pure by air tight sealing 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. — 5 July 1918

tJoltimhns gottfief Vol. VIII. FOWSER-KID ROSS nOUT DECIDED A DRAW Tho fifteen round bout be twcoii Fmnklo Fowsor, of El Pa no, nnd Clnrcnco Kid Ross of tho Twenty-Fourth Infnntry, .stnged here Thursday evening resulted In n draw. Rom led tho fight all tho way through nnd tho only position in which ho wax out boxed wns In tho clinches, Rosa is no match for Fowscr In close rango fighting, neither Is Fownor nblc to combat tho 21th fightor at long run go. In tho opinion of the fans Ross had the bout by a shade, but by so iinrow a margin Hint the de cision was very popular. Henry Davis acted as tho third man in (ho ring, lie said after the bout that if there was any difference Rosa, was the better man, though the content was so close that he could not give hint tho decision. This match was staged by Davis na a qualifying trial to select tho best man In the south west to meet the champion Seod Ball Ilnydeu. In tho opin ion of tho htrgo majority of those who wit nosed the bout neither of ...

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 July 1918

THE G0LUMBU8 COURIER Human&ctor in Helping tbe Meat tnd Milk Supply Airdane Accidents (Special Information Service, Urutsd States Department of Atrl culture.) SAFEGUARDING CANNED MEATS j 'i-ii auat-'vaLvi,k5'aF' ii These Meal Products Art Canned Under Unusual War.Tlme Precaution!. RULES MADE FOR PACKING HOUSES Summary of What War Has Dono for Benefit of Consumers of Animal Products. DOWNFALL OF SLACKER CAN Cadets Sau Fliers, Not for Most Falls UK officers and cadets of tho dying fields that arc scattered thickly over Texas do not share the belief of Senator Overman and a good many others that Teuton agents In airplane iilanta are responsible for any of tho death by accident among them. They nay tliry do not know anything about condi tions In nlrplsne factorle and therefore do not know whether or not Ida assertion about tho uum of Ocrinnm employed therein aro true, but they are skeptical ntiout the senator's fear and allegation. They think they know a good deal about tho causes o...

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 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER Certain-teed Miiiiiiiiiiimnimiimw Roofing Back Home With Abe D7C.II. LEWIS Ctrlllm.titJU Cut filtn.ik. ..I.,. .1 ...1. .... .u. i hit ti.icuy du Din con 01 metal, mil be came Cir1i-tiu It nfmir In every Important roofing qualify. Metal eaillr ruiti and diilntrgratea from atmoiphtrlc gaice. Ctrltim-uU cinnol nitl and iti aiphjjt Utt makci it practically Immuni to any form ol corroiioa. Metal ibiorbi heat sad Iranimlti It to the Interior ol a building. CiHtin-uiJ Iniulatei againit heat and cold, and makei l building cooler In lummtr and warmer la winter. Metal muit bl painted frraucntlr. Cirttit-tit J fUtt yeati ol weatherproof terries practically without any uptcep eipenie. Metal It nolir ta wind or etorm. Ciruit-utJ completely dcadeni aound from luch eourcce. Metal ta not'and cannot b lately guaranteed. Ciruh-titJ U abeolutcly guaranteed 3, 10 or IS yeara. according to thlckneie. and actually girce longer icrelci than 111 guarantee. Metal li 1 direct drain on mi...

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 July 1918

TflE COLUMUU'J COURIER Jl. i. Tin: ooi.u.miu'8 cotiur.u I'liiillslicd l.ery Friday Kslntillslinl in lw K.illlnr St'ltBCIIIITION llATHS One rtkt , . ... KW Kit Mitlitlts . . I.HI Throe .Montlm JM One MonUi m Siitivrlpllniii nrr iui utjlr strictly In mlvuiifc iiml wilt lie illsrontlmtril promptly tit rxtilrallon. Ailvwttwnents will lc aecepteil on l nt Hie rote of 20c pr column liirh meli liKrtlon. l.onl nut tees ItV) ihw lint) melt ittMrUmi. I.hkhI HiKcrltftttnviilA ill letml rotw. Kultt-eil nl tli hhIom nl tt- IiihiIhm. New MmIio o eeoml cIum mall matter. tiii: uimucvws :iti;un I IK-Ilrtr In tlir L'nllnl Slnlct of iimtImi ii ii iinwriiiiirnt of till' peo ple, for llir proplr, mIhim til pirn irs mi' ilrrhi-il rmtii tlir consent nf Hit' iMiirnii'il: A ilruioeriiry In it-pulillc; A vnrrlini milfoil of tunny "Hircliin slulrs; n perfect iiiilmi. ihh' iiml iiist-pumlilr, rsliililMiril up imi tlir principle, nf frrt'ilnni, ripiul llj, ulltr. mill liiiniiiiill fur ulilcli Ainrrlriin patriot...

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. — 5 July 1918

D THE COLUMBUS CoUldER COLUMBUS THEATRE The Following Program Will he Presented nl the Co lumbus Theatre for the Week ItcjiinnlnK July 7 lKeeP Cool WB&kf&mto i Tl , f . I, ljta3-v 'Xf' 1 he time ot yenr is here when you ISR1" VilJviS&gwrv'ff " ' occasionally need an ice cold drink. 1, yjjjQtfe ur luntam is at your service. "fffen Clean Sanitary Vsen TVrorf We Set Tire Standards Why lit It Clint United Stains Tires ore netting new records for mllctiKc ttnil serviceability ? Why Is it that the wiles of these tli.es are constantly mounting hy . Icsip.i ami hounds? The nutwer U found in the fac tories where United Slntos Tires tire made. Standards of construction for these tires arc higher than ever he fore known in (lie tire industry. Makers of tire fabric tell tin that the Stamfords we liuve civen tlioiu for United States Tir' fabrics ;tie higher llmttuiiy previously known. Likewise thtoiich every process of construction front crude ruhher to (InUhctl tires - wo have set 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. — 5 July 1918

The Housewife and the War (BpscUl Information Btrvlct, Unlttd Stats Departmsnt of Airlcultur.) RHUBARBMAKE THE MOST OF IT , " I Rhubarb Fresh From th Oirdm. rttsdy for Uae In Any One. of Half Doztn Attractlv Ways. RHUBARB IS ONE OF BEST PLANTS Advance Guard of Many Good Things In Way of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. YOUNG LEAVES ARE TENDER Exptrt of Dtpartmtnt ef Agriculture Rtlatts Htr Exptrltnc In Making Dtllclou Dlthts 8om Riclpa Art Qlven. I slwsys halt with delight the first tender itatka of rhubarb that grow In toy garden. They are the advaneo guard of to many good things In the way of fresh fralta and vegetables that the spring and nmmtr hrtns to us. Even the back rard or city garden can bare Its clump of rhubarb. I And It one of the most useful plant In my garden. 11 cutting out the bloom talk before It malum and pulling the talk often I have good rhubarb all ummer. If neglected too long the leaf talk! become woody, but the fount leave In the center of the crown will be tende...

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. — 5 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER WHAT CAM The KITCffi Got an Excellent Start. Bio Ill Wo can faco another year of work with Immense eohfldcnce, la ttio light of tho recent report of tho American Hed Cross on ltn expenditures In Ku ropo ami' America. Tula report l n tevclatlon oml an Inspiration. It I more than a mailer of duty now to ho 8 buay member of thl wonderful, wholly modern and eftlctcnt organize tlon. If thin rert allra no prlilo of country In tho hcarf of tho woman who read It she may le sure her soul U about dead or held n famishing prisoner by her aclf-ccntcrcd mind. To ho In tho mtdat of a world of rood deed and to tako no part In them when the way la alwaya open can you Imagine It? What happen to your dollar when you tend It forth on Iti errand of mercy through tho medium of tho American Hal Cro wat explained In a atatement Isaucd aa a prelude to the opening of the campaign for an other 1100.000,001) war fund. The tnagnltudo of tho work which Iho lied CroM la doing on all battlo f...

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. — 5 July 1918

For PATRIOTISM "Action i s words-Act -Donf Your Hands Y are mil HpI from carrying mil your expectation nml desires when you 2 have umuoy In the Bank Your Rink Account depend on what you save. It In nol n matter Of Good Fortune Acquire Ilia saving liabll whlln your Income Is small anil It will bo oasicr ns your Income Inorraics to Increase Your Bank Account Now Is the opiiorttino time to open an Account with us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK OF COl.UllllUS, N. SI. "Money Makes Hie Way En" TheAll-'Round IVTan's Drink We all want a drink thnt is not insipid. The soldier, athlete cr hard-working student mutt have the drink that tastes coed and that keeps him toned up. jmiwn i'i7ii'ii m is Just that It is sparkling and refreshing healthful as choice cereals and finest hops can moke it a soft drink tliat is pure in it- tight seallnz and thorough pasteurization. Milk -and water may or may not contain bacteria; Bevo cannot, . Served everywhere fam ilies mnnlled bv croceri. druggists or dealers. tadua...

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 July 1918

be (Mnmbn Vel. vim. CslwwWi, Lmm Ctrtj, New Kexko, J!y 12. 1918 No. 4 $tmtwt J1UHSUM RELIEVES TUB 80LD1ERS SHOULD VOTE W.KKr Favors Calling Social ScshIoh of Legislature Fall and Wal ton for Re-ekctlon an hold other Offlccru W.S.IC- Ilolm 0. Dursum, twlco tho re publican candidnto for governor of New Mexico, publishes tho fol lowing artlclo in tho Albuquer que Evening Herald. Ho Is In favor of leaving out all that goes with a political campaign in New Mexico thiii year, and the people devoting Uicir energies to tho winning nf thu war. Ho favors the rc-clcctlon of Senator Albert H. Fall, republican, and Con gressmnn W. H. Wilton, demo crat. It is desired that tho peo ple of tho stato express thoir views on this matter, and wo in vite tho readers of the Courier to do so through our columns. Mr. Bursum's artlclo follows: Shall Now Mexico glvo her boys tho opportunity of exercis ing the right of suffrage at the front where they are fighting to perpetuate the Institutions which ninko it ...

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. — 12 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER On Furlough cv" By Fsnni Bsrnett Lists? "Lieutenant Hanlon and Sergeant Farrell to t4 Doctor Carroll, please," and a flash of admiration cnme Into the usually Impassive countenance ot Kim, the butler, a he took In with one all-npprnlsinc glance tho uniformed figure before him. "A fine looking pair of soldier," hta illrot verdict but aloud he atldt "HI tell the doctor you hare coni" und he waved them Into the largo re cvptlon room that forma part ot erory doctor! home. "Oft," anld Ecott Ilanlon (he of the Ueutrnantllke decoration), "thl It sure some One place. Our doctor man muit certainly bo a man of means, al though he never tried to make ua think 10 when he talked to ua.' "1 know It, Scott, but that's Juit what made everybody like him so. replied Scrgt John Farrell, late of the One Hundred and Seventh nrul I err. "I know a few boy In the trench es that'll never forget htm, and Dl wager an; one of them would cheer fully give up hli life for 'Old Doc' "I guess y...

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. — 12 July 1918

THE' OOLUmUg COURIER V Kipt Susy. Baton How many button! haa your wtf on th buck of her drcsJ Egbert Orndout I Don't ask tne, for I don't know I "Why don't you knowt Tou're but tod It op often euough to know, I should think." "Bat when Fro been buttoning It np fro been too buty to count the number of button." FRECKLES Hew It Ik ThM ta Cat KM ef Teett Stt nnfi m learef tke illratnt m4 f twlttf MUaX e rnf (nctlM, otMee 4eble MMlk-4 IWIlM U IMMTt UtH ! Unfit (it I owiee t Otklec arable etmttk tnm yew draimt, aed irplr a tltlU f It afiat jed mareles ud yes ilmu Mnt in tut ere tie rant freeilee m ti ! ela te aeed.it te roCTfWf.lr elm ik ekls e4 lit t eeeetirel ewit t-mpi.iw. B4 u 4ik fw tb VilU etrtetta Ottraa, m ! it m tnitee H am? ktek it It hill u iimii tartly. ade. KB PflESCiPTBIi FOR WEAK KTC IIsv yon irtr stopped to num why It it thit m many products thtt art es teniively adrertleed, tU at one drop eel ol light and ere toon forgotten? Tht reeion la plain tht article did not fulfil ...

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. — 12 July 1918

TilE COLUMUUS COURIER Tin; ooi.umbus couiukr I'ublhlicd Kvcry Friday Established In 1000 0. R. Park Alitor sunsimiiTioN hates Olio Year . Hlx .Mimil.i l.otl Ttiren Mimllu M Onn Mouth JO .Siilurrlptlons urr pn)iillr strictly In lultnnro anil will bo dlvcontliiurd iwiiiplly nl rxplrntlun. Advertisements will tie ncrrplrd on ly nl tlio rule of sos per cohiinii inch rueli luwrllnn. ,ncal notices lito per lltio cacti Insertion, Legal ndviYltamcnls nl legal rnlos. Entered nl Die ikmIoMo nl Co Inmliui, New Mexico as second clam mull nmller. THE COLUMBUS STEAM LAUNDRY (Under New Management) We hnvc bought the Columbus laundry 'and Intend making it up-to-date and do work equal to ANY FIRST CLASS LAUNDRY Suits nnd Trouscni Clcnncd nnd Pressed. Army; Civ illnn nnd Fnmlly Washing Solicited. Quick Service F. A. Manzanares A. C. Ash. Mgr. 'I in: mi;iih.v.s i:ni;iii I ln-Hric In Ihr I'nllrtl Sliilrn or Aiurrli-n iih ii unvrrnuii'iit or llii pro plr, fur I lir proplr, whose Just tov rn hit drrlird ...

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. — 12 July 1918

THE 00LUMHU3 COURiER Your Hands nro tint lied from carrying mil your expectations and doalroa when you lutvo muiioy ' In the Bank Your Hank Account depends on what yuu save. II Is not & niufler Of Good Fortune Acquire tlio saving Imlill while your Income Is small and ll will ho cosier si your lucninu Incrcaios to Increase Your Bank Account Now Is (ho ijiMirliinn llino to open on Account with us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK or coi.u.uiiiw, N. si. i "Money Slnkr the Vy IJusy" i Columbus & Western New V . ... ... . I Mexico Townsite Company y y y y y y y x I Culumbui, PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS Sec us for town lots, business and residence property. Oil Leases and Valley Lands. J. R. BLAIR MANAGER New Mexico V v v v v v v FORD Till. UNIVCHSAL CAIt Nothintr ciut speak stronger for the reliability nnd general utility of the Ford Car tlmn the constant ly Increasing tlomnnd, coming from every part of the " country nnd from nil over the world. Ily reason of its tisafulnoss II linn become n nccoss...

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