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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 13 December 1918

tun tmuutiL's counitjn PF.OPLE VOTC DOWN IIOND LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED ISSUE fOII NEW CAPITOL The bond Issue for Hie capllol ad ocie 3 FOR dition was lost In New Mexico at (he The Best Line of Dolls and General Toys In Town recent election by over O.PtKl voles. Tho (otal voto cast in twenty-seven PROM TELEGRAPHIC REPORT THAT COVER THE WEKK'8 counties (Lincoln has not yet report liEMlAX GINSULTIG IIIIINGS home a uhide Herman (llnshurg, of (ho Colum bus Furniture Compnny, mid Miss Hose Holm, uf Kl Paso were married Inst Sunday afternoon at 5:80, at the home of Hi- bride's parents, llabbl Mnrlui Zielonkn officiating. 'i'li' Itrlde was very allrncllve In her truing nvvny Truck of allvcr lonrd chilli mIIi hat of white satin match iiiK t Ik- ibmer (ho carried, which were lilies of tin volley, following Ihe rereiromy, Ihe couple left for llns place, where they will reside In the future. A I'ii dertckson, owner of Iho Co luiiii i Light and I'ower Company rImi ii ' i jiIiiihIhw Ire anil Cold ...

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. — 20 December 1918

c " Ulrica toniiti VOU VIII. r.oi.t.Miii8, una county, nku .mlxico, iii::i:.miii: i, lain vi: wish voti a .MFItltV CIIIIIST.MAK CAMPAIGN is on nut 111:11 UtOSS HKMIIKItSIIIP President Wilton, ns president of llio lied Crosi, lias Issued tint fol lowing proclamation, asking uvery American lo enroll 1 11 Urn Hod CroM during llio Christinas roll call, De cember lOlh lo Kid: '10 TI10 American People: Ona year ago twenty-two million Americans, liy enrolling an member of llio Ilcil Cro al Christmas lime, ent to tlio men who were lighting our battle oversea n stimulating message, of cheer anil good will. They mailu It clear Unit our people werciif (heir jwii free rliolro unlleil Willi their ivrrnmnnt In jlio do (eriulnaliotL not only to wage war witli the liAtruments of destruction hut also liy every menu In their power U) repair the ravages of Hi" .Invader and sustain mil renew the Y"(iirl' of the army and of tin; homo which they represented. The friends of the Amerlruu lied i'.nm In I In...

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. — 20 December 1918

THE tOLUWnilS C.AUMER for THE COLUMDUS COURIER I'ubllslied Every Friday Established In 1009 (5. i: .l'nrki 4jw Killlor M iiliW -1 - SUDSBIUI'TION IIATES Ono Year , Bit Month -W Thrco Months -M Ono Montli -5 SnliMrlplloin nrr imyahto strictly In oilmnrc ami will be discontinued promptly ol expiration, Advertisement will Iks accepted on ly ul llio ralo of SOo per column Inch encli Insertion. Local notices 10c per tnu each insertion. Legal advertisements nt legal rates, Knt-reil at the. poslofllo at Co, Illinium, New Muxieo as second class ii ui 1 1 nmltor. Ill !.. l'Hl- lW" . kti... JllllO Tf-i I er. Hill. turn im ii. U'liti. well mot e piwmet election for the pur uf seleclliiK n Justice of the - ami emMnlile fur the next 'nrs Is nlniost here. It Is not it I Hit generally supposed that ' Ode will be a eatulidato fur I Mi. .1. A. Moore, C. II. Hog i II. Dlalr, Ham Fein. P. A "ii awl others have been men I us probable candidates, but has yet announced their in us of making tho race. 11 ...

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. — 20 December 1918

THE COLUMBUS COURIER PAY HOMAGE TO 3tJ4"t"M s Your Hands NEW MEXICO STATE NEWS BRITISH VALOR nro not lied from carrying out your expectations and desires when you have money PER6HINQ DECLARES EN0LI8H 0TEADFA8TNE88 AOAIN8T HUN ONSLAUQHT8 WON WAR. In the Bank t Your Dank Account depends rii what you aavo. It ia.not a matter Of Good Fortune Acqulro tho aavlng habit while your Income Is imall and it will bo castor as your Incomo Increases to Increase Your Bank Account Now is tho opportuno tlmo to open on Account with us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK V OF C0I.UMIIU8, N. M. "Honey Miikcs tho Wny Easy" f Columbus & Western New f I Mexico Townsite Company ? ? t V V ? X PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS See ui for town lots, business and residence property. Oil Leases anil Valley Lands. J. R. BLAIR Fire In a lumber yard at Eatancla did about M.000 dsrnse. Tho brick work hi been finished on the. new gymnsalum at lUlon, Arrangomenla hire been made tor in Inaugural, ball tor aovernor-elecl 0, A. Larraxolo. Gove...

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. — 20 December 1918

THE COLUUttl'S IMUIUKIt T J 0 ana rr i r j. - -.. a. m fe a& ii mm mm mu iiihiiV11Imiii i r.i r.i GO I JSssJasssasMsasssssssssss 0 I N N HUNGER DRAWS THE MAP ES Famine Conditions Food Shortage spprochrn fimine I Serious Pood Shortage iWridcrt Prexenl Food Supply Bui Mure Saiout FfraPeofle alresdv: rocoiyinA f m American aid , ! UncUwlOod uiciHuaa, 1. 111 RED CROSS CARRIES TONS OF FOOD TO BELGIANS Amrrlrnn Ited Ort truck are mn tantly In action nlont the llclgliin front. Tli In rt'Krt nf lliu work of then trucks wu recently reculted lijr Hid ('nmmlaalnn fnr llelfluin ! "Ill the lull two week we handled 240 turn nf fiHidniufTa and a lane quantity of MlvuKed material, "We have been aavliis the effects o( people In tlr shelled towm, Kiinif", Abeele, Coxydc, jx I'nnne, Alvrrlnit hem, Oost-Dunrlck, the TruppUt Farm, HI. Jennle-lllezeii unci ItcnliiKhclaL. On nearly all ocoulona when work was In progress In lliu lust namiil It lint been hrllrcl, but fortunately with out Injuries lu (ru...

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. — 27 December 1918

lonfief mm VCM- VHI. COLUMBUS, LUNA COUNTY, NKW MKXICO, DECEWMiH V, 1918 NO. 28 WHAT ABOUT MEXICO? Wilh tho renewed danger of dis turbance along the border which It Inscparablo from tho revived acllvl I) of Villa, with tho recent crossing over the line of retainers of Govern or Calles of Bonora and llio forclltlo kidnaping of Dr. Hucrta, tho Douglas Dlipatch sees a recurring need for something mora definite In I ho way of policy toward tho Carrania gov ernment) than "watchful walling" when II says: "Francisco Villa, once hailed by tho Mexicans as tho I. Ion of the North, has becomo tho mystery of tho midillo border. Steadily thero comcsfrom the barren wastes of Chi huahun rumors of plain for n new 'demonstration' by tho cunning ban dit; preparations for a coup by which tho dark vlsaged hero of the peons' imaginary hopes to tear n holu in the edgo of clvilitallon, and replenish tho dream cell of hi shattered ambition. The doors of publicity have never been sealed to him. lie sets up ...

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. — 27 December 1918

TUB COLUMBUS COURIER TUB COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday Established in 1009 (1. I. .Parks Kdltor SUUSUMPTION HATES Ono Year 2.00 Klx Month 1X0 Three- Months M Ono Month .25 SulivrlpllcMn urc payable strictly In advance nml will Ixi discontinued promptly nt expiration. Advertisements will be accepted on ly nt the rnto of SOc per column Inch each Insertion. Local notices tuc iter line each insertion. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Kiiti-rod at tho postoflla at Co- luinlms, New Mexico as second class moil matter. POL1 I IUAL .ANNOUNCUMKNTS I ihIit this head will be found the iiniimiitremeiiU of candidates for the precinct offices. These an iKHiiio'tiiMiU will appear in the Courier until tho election, and for Hit service tho charge Is f5 o throw. Xlei up gentlemen, tho more tho merrier. Tor ustlco of the t'eace: I i..kc groat pleasure In nnnounc in i my fi'lends that Ijiin a candl tkl- inr.rw-eleetiou to tho ufflco of Juet. f nt Uk peace in preoinct No 5. Luna cwijnty, .N...

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. — 27 December 1918

THE OOEUMBUf COURIER 4' 4 ' '4 1 1 Your Hands ro not tied from carrying out your expectation and desires when you havo money In the Bank Your Dank Account depends on what you save. It Is not a miller Of Good Fortune Acquire the saving habit wlillo your income Is small and It will bo easier ns your Income, Increases to Increase Yur Bank Account Now Is the opportune, llmo to open an Account with us. I COLUMBUS STATE BANK OK COLUMBUS, N. Jl. js "Money Makes Uio Way Knsy" I t T Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Company y Y ?' ? T ? ? X T t PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS See us for town lots, business and residence property. Oil Leases and Valley Lands. J. R. BLAIR Columbus, MANAGER New Mexico 4 Grain Hay Wood I am prepared to furnish you your Oats Corn, Chops, Wheat, Peruna Chick Feed, Baby Chick Feed, Feterita, Bran Maize, Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa and Sorghum Hay, Wood. . J. Yarbrough A. D. FROST Hardware Furniture ash or Credit Phone 3 Yes Sir! POWERS Drugs & Stationery Toilet Ar...

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. — 27 December 1918

the eoLt'iiiii'fl wnmojn "WORTHY PEACE" ASSURED SWEDEN FORD nu: umvkhsai. cn IN MES8AQE BY PRESIDENT WIL SOJJ READ IN DOTH CHAMBERS OF SWEDISH PARLIAMENT. A LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND FREEDOM OF THE SEA Witt. DE INSISTED UPON DY AMER ICAN EXECUTIVE. Wtf n N-mrnr rates N.i ImM. aiooVliglm. Dec A m(iii from Pieshlent Wilson was read In both clumber ot 11m Swedish Parlla tnwni Fttday. It waa aa followe I havo received with thr greatest! satlsfaitton the mea.sgo which the' two chamber, of the Hwedlah lllk.dag were geueroua enouiih lo .end m and i 1 accept u aa a moat welcome ax- preaelou ot lha confidence ot tha chamber. I "I lioe anil believe that bjr com- I men roun.el a peace worthy ot tha 1 a pirn I ion of Ilia people ot Kuropl can ami will be aecured and I ahalt, with plraaure and pride do all 1 can . to promote It. I IBtgued) "WOODROW WILSON." Tart. Dec S3. The Pre.ldenl'! tint .ek In France find, the pre- llmlniry altuatlon eurroundlng the peace conference fairly well developed lowar,...

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. — 3 January 1919

C It Hughe VM VNf. Columbus, Luna County New Mexico,, January 3, 1010 No. 29 MANY IMPROVEMENTS MCINtfMAMC IN CAMP RAVEL PtANS TO BUILD CITY DADS HOLD'a PROLONGED MEETING SOUTH JW CLARK HOTEL The two now "Y" buildings have been competed and arc In use by the BoWicrs of Camp Fur Ion;. These buildings are mod ern mA far superior In construc tion to tho average "Y" building that hm been constructed in the cantoncmcnta. These buildings sro built with nit Idea of per manency. Tho drilling of another well la under way, tho old pumping plant having becomo inadequate to supply tho needs of tho camp. Tho appropriation for tho new well la suHltisnt to allow a depth that will reach the second and third strata of water. It is ex pected that a big well will b8 developed. Soma of tho camps In the southwest have always been short on their water supply, and ono camp that comes to mind la co located that tho wells must be sunk a depth of 400 to 501) feet and It is considered very lucky if a 50 gallon...

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. — 3 January 1919

T1HJ COLUMBUS COURIER SH)t Mtttttfatts (Eintrter EDITORIAL PAGE COURAGE FOK THE NEW YEAK Hnvo the courage to start right And keep right, llavo the courage to turn from evil and cling to that which is good. Have tho courage to prefer comfort and propriety to fashion in all things. Have tho courage to wear your old clothes until you can pay for now ones. Have the courage to discharge a debt while you have tho money in your nockeL Have the courage to obey your conscience at the risk of ridicule irom men. Have tho courage to own up you are poor and thus disarm poverty of its sharpest sting. Have tho courago to do without that which you do not need, however much your eyes may covet it, Hnvo tho courage to Bpcak to a friend in a "seedy" coat, even rhougn are in company with a rich man and richly attired. THE COMING FAMINE Dark days, wo aro assured by the thundering editorials in the newspaper and also by the gentlemen who hang around tho livery stable ami oxchnngo confidences over fast va...

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. — 3 January 1919

THR COLUMBUS OOUKIEK r ; it it it it it it it it it it it it it t T J, V U J IUU1 JLAsAllUS nrs not lied front carrying out youjg. expectations and desires wfiTn you Iibvo money .' 'I'ri fnp Ranlr AAA JLJLVS AHAlJi f cj)f . Good Fortune Your Dank Account depends 01 what you savo. It ti not a matter Acqulro llio saving habit whllo your Incomo la small and It will lio caalor as your Incomo Increases to Increase Yur Bank Account Now Is llio opportimo tlmo to open an Account with us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK OV COLUMIIU8, N. JL it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it t it it it it fty i w "Honey Makrs the Way Knsy" Columbus & Western New z Mexico Townsite Company f PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS See us for town lots, business and residence property. Oil Leases and Valley Lands. J. R. BLAIR MANAGER Columbus, .. .. ,. .. New Mexico j t -t I Gram Hay Wood I am prepared to furnish you your Oats Corn, Chops, Wheat, Pcruna Chick Feed, Baby Chick Feed, Fctcrita, Bran Maize, Cotton Seed Meal, Alf...

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. — 3 January 1919

1J THE COLUMBUS COIMER 4 O 4 4 4t X T y f f y y y V y v t y y V f y y y t y f y X ? ? y v ti ii iti 0l (D nj it I0 il jb j i I DESIRE TO EXPRESS MY SINCERE THANKS TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT AND PATRONAGE DURING THE PAST YEAR DURING 1919 WE WILL BE PREPARED TO SERVE YOU BETTER THAN EVER WISHING YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR, I AM, YOURS VERY TRULY SAM FEIN Columbus Bakery And Confectionery II. Rlanchnrd, Proprietor COLUMBUS BAKED BREAD As Good As The Best And Better Than Mewl PATRO.NIZE YOUR HOME INDUSTRIES N. B. HAMPTON THANKING 7OU ALL FOR PAST FAVORS AND EX TENDING MY HEARTIEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR Havfivare Furniture V I SIT I N 0 iEnoravcd. 1 C A II I) 8 Printed W'f Can I'lrase You. If You Cun.lle ; Pleased at All S t ii k oo n om n us c o u m i: n , Uu County's Sekkrs ari Saltai (Continued from Page 3 Kramer, Chas. J. . Kimborough, Wm' Laccy, Ansel McKlnloy Ladford, Ernest Lee, Jesso K. Lake, John Ellis Lackland, Thomas G. Long, Jack...

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. — 10 January 1919

lit 5 be (Solnmbnf iotif ief . VOL. VIII. MULLINO HAS BEEN KE- ' SUMKD ON (ML. HEM The drilling on tlio deep well was started again this week. It will lake somo llttlo Umo to get everything In good running order, having a new man on tho job, lint wltliln a few days It will bo nosslble to re porPprogross. Tho hoto has to bo cleaned out and possibly n few Utile repairs bo mado before tho work can go fnnvaaf as It should. A meeting of tho stockholders of the Valley Oil Company was held In tho office of tho Justice of tho pcaco Tuesday afternoon. Tho directors chosen for this year wcro tho satno as last year with tho exception of Dr. Marshall, who Is not present. Tho directors are: A. J. Evans, C. It. Ilogrrs, J. F. Calloway, J. It. Illalr. Gcorgo T. Peters, J. A. Moore, and K. C. Knlflln. Tho officers elected aro: President, J. It. Illalr; vice pres Jdenl, George T. Peters; secretary' treasurer, J. A. Moore; general man gcr, E. a Knlflln. There was not a very largo nl tendanco at tho m...

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. — 10 January 1919

TUB COLUMRUS COUHKH mST MiSSAC.F. ., AMF.HIGAN PEOPLE resident Hooevflt' last incs i to I ho American pcoplo was rrnd the night of tits tloath at nn "all-Amorlron concert" under the niuplces of tho American Defense Hvcli'i), nf which ho was president, as follow : "I rannot ho with you nnd so all I ran do Is lo wish you god-speed. "Tliero must In1 no sagging back In the light for Americanism merely liwaiie tho war Is over. Thcro are pletiiy of persons who have already made Hie assertion that they believe the American people have a short memory ami that they Intend to re vive all the foreign associations which uMMt dirvelly interfere with the rotnplele Americanization of our people. Our prlwlivle should bo ab- mIiiIi'I simple "In ie first Haec, wo should la it that if Hie '-imigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an Amcr uan and assimilates himself to us, he sImII Ih treated on an exact ipMlity with mwjiiiin else, for it is mi Hilrogp to discriminate against km) - i -h man hewus...

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. — 10 January 1919

THE COLUMltJg COURllR 0 Your Hands octe nro.not tied. from carrylns onl your 'expectations und desires; when you have monoy In the Bank 4 4 4 4' 4 4 i Your Hank Account depend on what you save. II Is not matter Of Good Fortune Acquire tho saving habit while your Incomo Is small nnd It will bo easier as your Incomo increases to Increase Yur Bank Acconut Now Is tho opporluno llmo to open an Account with us. COLUMBUS STATE BANK OF COLUMBUS, N. M. "Monry Makes tho Way Easy" LADIES Alt) SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS FOH THHJ YEAH Tho Ladies Aid Society of (hn M. E. church met with Mrs. It. W. El liott for their regular monthly bus Incss meeting and election of officers last Thursdny, Janunry Sd. Tho following officers wcro elected to serve during tho year: President, Mrs. It. W. Elliott: Vice resident, Mrs. Laura 0. Illtchlo; Secretary. Mrs, A. J. Weld; Treas urer, Mrs. U J. I'cncli. The next business meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Weld, Feb ruary Oth. All members aro urged to bo pre...

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. — 10 January 1919

IK)! COLUMBUS dOUMWt w Jf jt A A A A tfltfc jj. A A A A, .A, A A Ak .A A. A, THE WOMAN'S SHOT Great Scmi-Annual CI earance of all winter Sal e Coats, Suits Goatees, Dresses Y Skirts and Millinery in stock y We nevw rarry a porntuiil over to nnolher season New Merelwndlso arriving itelly. We nerd Hie room. Ym profit hy (he radioed reductions on our remaining Winter stock. SAM FEIN VILLAGE OIiniNANCK NO. 41 An Ordinance authorizing (lie uso of the streets, llcn, ami oilier pub lic places ami grounds of the Vil lage or Colutituu, New Mexico, by A. Frtdcrlckson, his ktnl repre sentative's ami nsifyns, Tor the pur pose of constructing, onrrnltnf anil maintaining an clrctrlc llg-hl anil K)rr Jijjtcm. no it ordained hv Ihn Hoard nf Trustees of lliu Village of Columbus, I)W MCX1C0. Bee. I. Bu hJecl lo l ie m a nns ami upon conditions iiorctnaiicr ex prwiin, a ironcmse is nereiiy grant eil to A. I'rederlckson, Ills legal rep resentatives and Ills or their assigns, to make uso of ami iK-ciipy...

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. — 17 January 1919

0 n iiuCi,0J Cf.n vol viii. imrARATKWS CONTINUE FOH BUILDING NEW CAMP This week 100 additional men were, sent to Camp Cody for the. nunroso of aulillng (ho 300 already there in salvaging material for the hulld In? of quarter for llio soldiers hero. They aro loading thn lumbucr on u nim.ii ui ii nas nirrauy ar rived and Is being unloaded whoro II will be used. Tho committee, has received some very encouraging Information the 1ail week, and there Is not o doubt mil llio bluldlng program will go through without a It I tot) and will be far better than tho most optimistic m us nopeu ror when tho pruposl uon was ursi brought up. WELL DRILLING HAS IlKEM DELAYED BY SICKNESS On account of the sickness of the driller tho drilling nt llm nil uii lias been delayed the pail week. Ah ci no actual drilling lias licen done for much time was taken In get ting tho machinery in order and In cleaning out ine Hole. The driller slates (hat thorn un. a good showing of oil on thn water uiii'wos taken out w...

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. — 17 January 1919

PLAN TO GET POWER FROM BUTTE DAM A solution of tho question of ob taining power for pumping water In tho fanning dlstrits of tho Mim bres valley It offferccd by Prof. J. F. Dodcrcr, who acts forth a plan thai is based on tho operation of a iMuncwIiat similar condition in Iowa, where ho was interested In farming before coming to New Mexico. In Iowa tho condition that face the farmer Is not to get water on his laml, but to gel It off. That state has a law by which ono or more inrmrr may apply to their county 'mmi?iiloners to havo a drainage district formed, to furnish an outlet lor wnlt'r from low-lying land to a rior or other natural means by which tho surplus water may be carried off the land. When such an application is made tho commission er instruct the county engineer to mailt a survey of the land and to es timate the cost of the materials and labor needed to drain the land af frcled. On receipt of the report of Ihn ciixlnecr tho commissioners ap porliiui Ine benefits that would...

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. — 17 January 1919

V ha ooLUMBua goumx 2 Old Reliable Store Twenty-(fee Year' Experience W. N. McCURDY Watchmaker and Jeweler, for eight years In Luna County, has moved till stock of hlgh-grado Wnlchcu, Dlnmond, Jewelry and Optical Moods from Denting lo.tlolumbus.'. .-- ... - No mora need to send wntuhes to Kl Paso or DCmlng for ro nnlr. mi llin imrli fur Ameri can Watches aro carried In atock and an expert waicii- maker of 211 yeara' practical experience to fit 1 v. llicm proper McCURDY, Reliable Jeweler Look for the Watch filfju Ask Any Hank or Old Finn In Drtnliyj. Columbus Bakery And Confectionery H. Blanchard, Proprietor COLUMBUS BAKED BREAD Ab Good Aa The Best And Better Than Most Patronize Your Home Industries MAY m YES, MAY M2 NO I Hcllahlo Information to tho effect that Villa, was ngl at tho Columbus raid; lhaluo ras at least 100 miles from that place nt the Uilie; that he lid not order tho raid, which, so far as liii men are concerned, was made y mistake, they believing they were going Into ...

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