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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 July 1918

TIIE COLUMBUS COURIER Taffeta Coati, No matter "lint else in the way of i wraps Is offered for midsummer, wo are always sure of the tsffctn cuat. It Is so practical and so pretty Hint It cannot bo banished entirely It comes along as Inevitably as the Fourth of July or the bathing suit. Here It Is as Interpreted for this sum mer In taffeta, with bandings of vel vet It Is ns graceful and easy as the popular capo and nt least as little troublo to menage. In colors these silk coots are best tn dark shade deep blue, brown and greon proving full of style. Tliere Is always blaefc, of course, depending Upon smartness of the design to rescue It from being commonplace. The lus ter of taffeta makes It a wonderful me dium for colors. Very much less familiar are new summer coats of wool velours and silk jersey and of silk Jersey with big sat- Lovely Extravagances June weddings tniike a bright paren-1 thesis In the grave story of war times. Just ns many lovely brides grace Just as many beautiful ...

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. — 12 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER The Housewife and the Wtr fgpeclsl Information Ssrvlca, United 8tte Dspaitasnt of Africralturs.) MAKE THE MOST OF VEGETABLES A Bsck-Yard Garden Capable of Purnlihlng Practically the Entlr Tabla Fare (or a Family. MAKING MOST OF ALL VEGETABLES Families With Back-Yard Gar dens Will Need to Do Little Buying In the Markets. PRACTICAL HINTS ARE GIVEN Ont of tha Saftit Rulaa for Keeping Wall la to Eat Varlaty of Food Starch and 8ugar Valuable aa Full Food. All over the country war garden liaro been planted to ratio food to "help halt tha Hun." Thl summer mllllona of can of veg etables will be put up by canneries and housewives for winter uio, but ereryona ihoulil Into a chance, to cat Uio frcah vegetables while they aro at their bcit. If you huve mora than ' you cau uio now, aell thrni to your lei fnrtuuato uclghbor who ha no garden. What can't be uied freib, caa for winter. One of tho safest rulea for keeping well I to cot a variety of food. Veg etables are great hel...

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. — 12 July 1918

tub oouminufi coumr.u 4, 4, 4, 4 4, 4, 4, 4, 4. 4, 4, 4, ffHHHft t ftvttftffftfvi"r y 1 r Are The Packers Profiteers? ; Plain Facts About the Meat Business V. t ? X x v y y y x y y y y y y y y y x y y x y y y y y t y y y y y y y t y y .4, Tho Federal Trade Commission 1n Its recent report on war profits, stated that the flvo large meat-packers -have been profiteering and that tticy'Hovo a monopoly of tho market. Those conclusions, if fair and just, arc matters of serious concern -not only to those engaged in the meat packing business but to every other citizen of our country. The figures given on profits nro misleading and the statement that the packers have a monopoly is unsupported by the facts. The packers mentioned in the report stand ready to prove their profits reasonable and neccssary ' The meat business is one. of the largest American industries. Any citizen who would familiarize himself with its details must bo prepared for largo totals. Tho report states that the aggregate ...

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. — 19 July 1918

C, II. Hughes i.j;. olnmhtt (goofier VJ. VIII. FEAR KINGSBURY HAS I1EEN MURDERED W. H. B Tho olllcinls of tlio Falonins Land and Cattle company fear that U. S. Kingsbury, foreman for tho company, has been mur dered by Mexican bandits, lie left hero several days ago for a trip into Mexico ami wan lo bo away but three days. Since he left no direct word has been re ceived from him, and tho dato set for his return has passed by several days. A report has been received hero to tho effect that a Mexican had reported that he had seen t he dead body, and that ho could take them to it. Tho Informa tion received is to the effect that' a party had left with tho Mex ican to get tho body, but no fur ther word has been received. Gcnaro Forzau, Jr. book keeper for the company, loft Friday for Mexico ami will to' to.leani what has happened. w. x Congress will undoubtedly re cess, but it has bceii again an- nou need that if it does not Sen ator Fall and. Congressman Wal ton, both of New Mexico, and ...

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. — 19 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER feNHMpi Tfael 0 The Housewife and the War t (BpcUl Information Barrios, Halted Bute Dspartmtat of Agriculture.) EAT FREELY OF ASPARAGUS, Americans Bes t; Wiftxlhe Rifle i Weapon Comes Into Its Own With Arrival of Pershing s Sharpshooters In Front Trenches 4 I IT1I the entrance of American troop Into the front line trenches the tine Is coming Into IU ova In the Eu ropean war Hitherto, except with the Canadians It hai not played the part that might hare been expected of tt. Already the deadly accuracy of American marksmanship haa taken Its toll of German victims, for the rifle Is tho farorito weapon of or troops. The reasons for this are several. The American Is a banter by tradition. It is In bla blood because his father and grandfather be fore him won the wilderness with the old muttle loadcr. Daniel Boone and Dary Crockett and Kit Carson are all old friends of his. The wild West Is familiar territory, even though he may nerer hare crossed the Mississippi. For h...

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. — 19 July 1918

TUB COLUMBUS COURIER GAINED 55 POUNDS tWi Ktfaey Nik Effect. Wh- mm Hmurf Ator Wwf MrfklMi 1st TtlM. 1 don't b!lm I would bd aUra to Irt tide UtUaxroy It It wro7t fee tu'i KlJnar rill." mt Utt. JoUa A. nomi, 1U9-A Mlwonri Art, East Bt, Loult, 111. "I ws In a prion ffc. condition with kldatr fcronbltj bit feet (nil ankle wtr terribly nrotltn and Iht kidotj stersUan canted hod PUMfV, 4 ota Mr il rhtamatla nalnl ad ofUn got to duty I Dot W41K I or lew lag. I Ml at lil a.- . wraia to rruiu. . i and oftta hi to"Tp MtnttSlnt to wp rom iiuuf, :. My DtrTM wr til CAaunng an Wtt bo 1m trtlM mo. Nothing btntfiUd mt in mi i u pcBd.ta Dot: i' KldntT llfli and MfU Uilof Ihtm. k Tp nrtlllng pain wr toon rara iam aaaM im and II bat a short lira Mtoro sir kidney wr in nod than trvln. Tntr bar Etftt boih.rtd m loo nor lit I id uif btckiebt or other aldaiy tro 1. 1 ban gained M poond eta I wl eurod and can do all ajy cm work trllhoat tuft trio." "Sworn to Uforo too." FRANK W, CLOVER. Notary TMla. 64 B...

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. — 19 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER thi: uoi.uviitus couhiuh I'ublUlied J'.vcry Friday OtalilUhed In lixnt V,. K. Parka ... ... Kdljnr aLiisuiui''rioNUArw Out) Year i.W tU Month Uno Three Moiillis .BO Ono Monili JM Htilwrlptlons are painblc strictly In advance on J will bo illscoiillnucil promptly at expiration, Advertisement will be accepted on ly nl Hie rule of SOo per column melt each insertion. Local notice lOo ver line rath Insertion. I.ofral nilverllscni'iitsot legal rates. ' Kntercd nl Iho poMofllo at Co lumbus, New Mexico as second class mail matter. Tin: .v.MKiiicvvs cm;i:i I brllcxr In the United Stairs or iiierleu us u urn eminent or Ihr pco ilr, fur llir people, uliov asl pmt m lire ilrrhnl fnini Hip consent of Hie unirrncd; A ilcinorincy In 11 n-piiliUc ; A snw-rlun nation or ninny vixerrluii Mate; n perfect union, one nnil Inseparable, cMublWicd up. (hi the principle of frrrtlom, rquul lly, ullce, ami liunianlty fur which Aiiirrlrnn piitrloLs sacrificed tlirlr tltra ami fortunes. I t...

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. — 19 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER lour Hands nrn mil lied from cnrryliiK mil your (Mpwlnllotii nml desires when you lmvo money I 1 i: Of Good Fortune In the Bank Yunr tlnnk Account flnprtuU on wlml you save. II Is uul n inalU r Acquire llio snvlng lialill wlilln your Income Ij small nncl It will lit) pastor in your Inconio litcrenscs to Increase Your Bank Account Now is llio npporluun litno lo open un Account Willi ns. I T "Money .Miikm tlin Wny lwy COLUMBUS STATE BANK (I!' COI.UMIIL'S, N. 11. I Columbus & western New Mexico Townsite Company v ? ? ? y y y x PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS Sec us for town lots, business mid residence property. Oil Leases and Valley Lauds. J. R. BLAIR MANAGER New Mexico t X Columbus', 52 & FORD TDK UNIVCRSAL CAK Nothing can punk stronger for the reliability and general utility of the Ford Car than the constant ly Increasing demand, coming from every part of the country and from all ovor the world. Hy reason of iU usefulness it has become a necessity your necosslty. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 July 1918

Eelplit tke Meat (Special laformaUoa Servtoa, United State Department of Acrlesltnr.) LAWNS AS SHEEP PASTURES. . . . . on eucn a Lawn aa m.e, onecp not wn y Endleaters, but Thty Are SCHEME TO FEED WASTE TO SHEEP Opportunity Offered on Collcgo Grounds, In Parks and on Urge Private Lawns. MAKE HONEY OUT OF FLOCKS Saving Alio Made In Mowing and Weed EradlUtlon Investigate Dtfore Launching Into Enterprlt. There are thoutandt of placet In the United Statea where grata la now go ing to watte that would tupport email flocke of aheep. Among eucli placea are public park, golf courae, private ettate with largo lawna, and college ground. Over mott of theae arcaa a lawn mower It run regularly to keep down the grata. If a flock of aheep were) iubetltnted for tho lawn mower not only would tho grata be utillied for food production but the labor now neccteary to keep the grata cut would be relented for other and more eaten Ual war work. Of courae, conttderable core needt to bo excrdted In tho matte...

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. — 19 July 1918

THE OOLUMBUft COURIER Frill Epoch For f Children's Wear New TorkJ Do sot Ukt the fashion j of children's clothe for granted. Do BOt tall Into tho error of going on the old method. -There U ai much ebb and flow In tho tld of Juvenile eo tumery'a In adnlt, so watch atrawa and then to with the current, li the advlco of a prominent faihlon writer. Pattern cannot bo handed down from ono cblld'a wardrobe to another. What was worn lnt acason la usually ont of tho picture by tho time tho new season begins. Things were not alwara according to this schedule of variation. For cen turles children were drcaied alike, OUmpie backward orer the portraits that bang In our muicum to prors this. Tho torturous clothes that were put on Infants three centuries ago will most probably mako the modern wo man, filled to the eyes as sbo Is with tho schedules of hygiene and snnlti. tlon, want to scream aloud at tho nits ery that was Inflicted. Even the wooden aabots snd long full skirts of the small Dutch girl...

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. — 19 July 1918

5: TIIK Crtl.DMlll't? COtniKU BOXING! COLUMBUS, NEW MEX. CRYSTAL THEATRE, -JULY 19, 1918 ' ''BABL" CABELL 145 III. Z4lh Infintry MAIN EVENT, 15 ROUNDS PARSON WEDGE VS BABE CABELL SEMI-WIND-UP, 10 ROUNDS Gink Parker vs Kid Ford PRELIM1NARY--6 ROUND BOUT Young Hock Bones vs The Rabbit 130 Pounds Doors Open at 7:30 General Admission Reserved Seats Ringside First Bout Starts at 8:00 $0.50 War Tax 5c 1.00 War Tax 10c 1.50 War Tax 15c GINK PARKER Tickets on sale at Johnson's Pool Hall, 12 Cav. and 24th Inf. Exchanges Referees: Ed Mackey, and Parsons Wedge Ladies Patronge Solicited Get Your Tickets in Advance Come Out Early Columbus Athletic Club X f t T A KID FORD

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. — 26 July 1918

o-i-iu w aK lomfief t: II ltutIx-9 Vol VIII. bTANIIAIlll Oil. MHN IIKIir. to ski: tiii: on. vi:i.i, II. T. IVrKUsson. of Phoenix, Arl citim, mid II. atnnrr, of 8nn I'rnu. ileo, reprtrnllni. Ihe lniid;iri' -OH Company, nre here this week lo cr III Well of Ihe Vnlloy Oil Company. Titty arrived In Iho city Tliurwlay vajtltig and expect lo remain here for .Several days. Mr. Bloncr (pent nevcrnl day here more limit two iri tiKa .Mr. l'orgitseou I an old Irleudof Ii. ('.. Knlflln and hns heen hero several tiinc. t hey were taken In Hie well Im iiidlnilrly after their nrrlvnl hy .1. II. Illnlr. pI'Mlilcnl of Ihe Valley oil Company. 'I hey (pen! the day I'rl day at Ihe well. Mr. Kiilllln went into VA Pnn (he hrl of Ihe week on hushim con necleil Willi the well nml nlsn for a kliorl tll with hla niollier, who Is i n her way In Hi nit nod slop- I km I olf at Kl Pant to co her win. The iinder-rnimliiii hn l.nn com plated mid Ihe hole linn heen low ered iiIsiiiI Ini or llllven feet Ihls Wfttk. ...

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. — 26 July 1918

THE OOLUMBUS COURIER fec:l viMQxe Borib Dropping T Chance of Hittina Intended Taroet from Airplane Is Small sKIIMAN air raid have caused Lon doner to build concrete bombproof thclter. When warning of an air rnlil U received, Mrs. Londoner call I the children together, whistle for tin dog, and, taking the phonograph under lir arm, manhali the family into the bombproof shelter, wrttea A, II. Junguiann, iuwIiIi editor of Popular Science Monthly, writing of raid In the tuagatlne section of the New York Sun. Air rnlda haw brought ubout a condition which mankind ha not known since those prrhlstric day when animal rushed madly Into cave to protect themselves from terrible flying monsters. The ptero dactyl, for Initance, mutt hate looked to Ita vlrtlrai very much a bombing ltochc look to an tingtlsh man of today. Notwithstanding Ita rrpulslve appear ance, however, tin- pterodactyl waa n mild creature In comparison to a modern airplane carrying upward of a dotrn dcath-deiillnr bomhs. Ami, th...

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. — 26 July 1918

THE COttfMflUS COURIER Itching Rashes Soolhed WMh Guticura Otia 3a. Otstmsajt 34 BO. Kill All Files! WBJ3P" Pay Little Heed to War Clothes roalav Ply Killer iNm,mHHum, taastn.TM.it, v. C. J. Mustion Wool Commission Co. I St St Liberty Sta, Stock Yarela SuUm KATUA3 CITY, Ma W. N. U, DBNVBn, NO. 2S1t18- To Cur Sort Threat. Bo many people have been troubled .with sore throats thti spring. It It moil unwise to tllow thlt condition to progress, tine many tertooi formt of itckneM tttrt with "Just tort thrott." When the thrott feelt raw, bilf-honr gargling perlodt, using wtrm tilt wa ter, are advised. Thlt la an antiaeptle tnd remoTft tht Irritation. Again equal parti of Ititerlne, wtter and per oilde li tTtn more effective. Kor in annoying tickling In tht throat in ap plteatlon of hot glycerin nibbed thor oughly Into the pore and cortred with warm flannel (tret relief. WOMEN SUFFERERS MAY KEEP SWAMP-ROOT Tbonatndl upon thousands cf womta bate kidney tad bladder troubl nd uvir autoeet 1L W...

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. — 26 July 1918

THE ColUMHUS COtMlEtt Tilt: COIALMIttS COUP.! Kit 1'ulilishrd Uvcry Friday KMnblUhetl In IWJ (i. I- 1'nrks K.lllor .SUISCIIII'TION UATKS One Year sn Months 1.00 Three Mouth 0 One Month JfO Hidisrrlptlons nrr pity ublr .strictly In iidinmn nml Mill bo dlvoiitliuird promptly tit rplratlmi. AilvfrtlMMiifdlit will lo accepted on. ly at the rati' nf iOc per column nu ll wn'li liMwrtum. 1acuI uolk-e Pie Hr lilt mrli insertion. Legal idi'rlliiMNd nl Iwil rntos. I'.iilrrtail at Iho postnllle at Co I'linhuo. .New Mexico as second cluss Inall IIMtllW. i in-: AMKitit.v.vs ciiixu I believe In the 'United States of tnrrl(-ii iii n oiivrrnmrnt of the peo ple, for tin' people, wIiiim ) not pow ers nrr ilrrltnl from the consent of tint U"erned; A deinoerm-y In n ivpuhlle; A Miw-rlun nnllon of ninny mimti'Iuii Mules; ii perfect union, our mid liiv-piimhlr, cstalilMicd up. mi tin principles nf freedom, ripial lly. lusllrr, mill liuiiiiiiilty Tor ulilrh ineririin patriots sucrlllml their litrs mid for...

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. — 26 July 1918

THE C0LUMUU9 COURIER i y y T 4f f T Y t ? ? T ? ? t y y y y y y y .1. y y y x Your Hands urn not tloil fnini carrying nut your oxpeclalltuii owl desires wtivu yuu liavo inoiioy In the Bank Your Hunk Account depend on whal you save. II l nut n tiinltur Of Good Fortune Acipilru llm saving Imliil while yijur Income Ii small unil II will bo easier as your Incoino Increase to Increase Your Bank Account Now Is tlio opportune (lino lo open tin Account with us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK OK COI.U1IIIUS, N. M. ".Money Jlukis (he Wny KnH 5. Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS Sec ui for town lots, business ami residence property. Oil Leases and Valley Lands. J. R. BLAIR MANAGER J Columbus, X 5 FORD 1IIK UNIVEHSAL CAIt Nothing can speak atrongor for the reliability mid general utility of the Fort I Car than the cuiiHtant ly IncronaltiB demand, coming from ovury part of the 001111117 "'"1 fr" dl ovor the world. Ily reoaon of it iiKuftiliiomi il hna become n uvctMMl...

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. — 26 July 1918

TIIB COLUMBUS COURIER ai CAN WE The kit am TNote ranee- 4 (Conductad by ths National WomEtfl Chrlltlan T.mpa'anca Union.) In the New Knglaitd Ilullrlln of the American lied Cross there l a splen dlil review of its w ork during llu- past year from which Iho following Ik an extract under the lltlo of "The Human Bide." The American Red Cms recognises that our flrit ilnljr far tminnnltjr In thl war l the protection of uir soldiers In Krnnee. It reosnle also that thl duty Ilea with the United Plates gov rruiueut anil that the government la responsible for It. Aa a supplement ary relief organisation the Iteil Cross stands ready to cu-oporato with the government In tula work, and to put tta organisation, money and auille Into service at the call of I lie Ameri can army whenever and wherewr they can be of uae. Kully realising the dis advantage that are nltvaya met In n foreign country, and with the view of keeping our soldiers In touch with illera la belli curried on Jointly by thl French g...

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. — 26 July 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER, The Housewife and the War (Special Information nr1o, Unlt4 BUiM Department of Afrteuhura.) CAN-ALL WHO CAN CAN1 Thla Ordinary Wash DelUr, With a Woodtn Falst Oottom, la Qood Enough for Successful Home Canning. MAKING SUCCESS AS HOME CANNER Department of Agriculture- Ro duoos Essential Principles to Slmplo Terms. FULL INFORMATION ON WORK Small Children, Grandfathers and Grandmothers May Da Efficient Soldiers In Service of Nation by Aeilitlng. Anybody who enn do good houso- work and who will maki a serious of fort to master lomo essential detail can be n successful home ennner. Of course, Kuud sense ami more than ordinary rare mint bo exercised, and certain di'llnltely demonstrated prin ciple mutt be adhered to. It la not necetuoiry to dtecuea those principles here. The United Stute department of agrlcultura ha reduced them to alinple terms nnd printed them In plain language. Full printed Infor mation on canning may bu hud from tho department of ngrlculturo by an...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 July 1918

Till! COLLI lllUirt CO U It I Kit United States Uras arc Good Tires The Real Meaning of Tire-buying Economy Your car must Rive greater service this year than ever before. It speeds up your work increases your working power. The highest car economy lies in utmost service. The most economical tires arc those which will give you greatest use of your car. That'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 States Tubes and Tire Accessories Hurt All tht Stnlini. W'trth and U'tar that Mali United States Tires Sufnmt. s4r)3A S....I 'MM' 'Clta CM' 'I'm.' 'rkta' COLUMBUS THEATRE The Following Program Will be Presented nt the Co Intuitu iliiMlrr fur tlir Week lleuiniihio Jul)' '& Sunday The Heel (Irealer Vltugruph Production Hurry .Morry I in; OTIICII MAN Monday Four Heels Paramount ...

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. — 2 August 1918

I- II d-Mt. Vol. VIII. Colnmbtu, Luai County, New Meiico, August 2. 1918 No. 7 (lourier DHII.I.I.Ml C.OXTIXUEH AT thu on. wni.i. - W.H.N.- - Ther.' have lircn ihi new lt lo-liu-lll til (lie oil well the pint work. Tim drilling litis hern going mi very rapidly, ntul while, dm showing of nil l not ns strong ns II has boon nt Union tho ludlrntluiis nrn growing hsllcr nil Ilic whih. The forma linn rtirouiit.-rril the last week nre very fnvornhle In the product Inn of nil. II Is Ihnughl Unit I In- nil rminil mi fnr Im in lined rose hoeti Htnnll jMHikcln, ntul the plastering of mud ngnlnsl llm rfldes of the well wnnlil ntitnrnlly shut Ihi nil 'Mil. The gn showing I- ns si rung nr slrnnprr Ihnii II has eer hern. There Is tin riniv (nr uneasiness nn the part nf the Investor i long n the drill rn rminters nil shnle. nml while we nil wnnld like In se the well limilgh in we shmitd he Jusl ns inni'li pleased if lliey continue In gn deeper In n 1 1 isivy nil shnle. fur nn'nrillng In n geologist ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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