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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 June 1919

u PROCKKBINGS W THf. ROAHO OF THUSTEKS W '.OWirnVH June 21. 1010. Tito board of trusters met in spc- 1 Mai pesslou. Mayor J .11. Hlslr mid iTrjistccs Klein, Kvans and l'rcdrr i (cwstiii were present. .Mfufen made by Krcdcrlckson, sec- ondrd liy Kvans, that we do no! compromise nl this llmo and the courts decide Yens, Frederlckson. Kvtint and ' Klein; nny ho: motion curried Nb further business appearing th board adjourned. J. II. m.m. Mayor. ' Attest: E. 0. DHAN, Clerl;. Jiinu ill, IOIU. The lioard of trustee met In reg- i!ar session. Present Mayor I. II lHalr and Trustees FronwloMun.i ml Kvnns. ' Tht) minutes of the last regular rwl special meetings wore rami oud approved. Tlw following WIU were pre Mnlttl: fialuiriluu HAiirlai- iij-lnllmr AIM. 10 M. U IVsliy. rfliwlr work. SS0; V. J. .Maytrttt. hauling dlrl. MUX); W. H. littler, ireftotuii services, itfi Mutton hy Krmlertrksua, seconded li) Kviih, llml Mil presented lie a' Un itwl orders drawn for same Vim. PYederlckson, KvaiH und ...

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. — 27 June 1919

1 6 THE COLUMBUS COURIER 80LSHEVI8M ON TIUAL" 18 BAflKI) ON 1HIXOY0 CO.IMAIIKtr "Jloliliovlsm on Wal," Bolect Pictures tremendous special mu ilucllon-Jho timeliest picture ever screened which wHIl he seen mi July 4, at Urn Coiummis Theater, ia dbscu on Ihonins ulxun's popu lar novel, "Comrailcs." Mr. Dixon la munDcrrd among Urn grcntrjl novelist of llio day mid Ills iHioks havo una of the Inr Rcsl clrcnlallons in this country. fwo of Ihu finest pictures Iho screen has over had "The Illrtli or a .Nation" ami "Iho One Worn, an," tho latter also a Ik-loci spe cial. Wtfrn Imtll ailnlitpil from Mr Dlxon'a novels of tho sumo names. Tho basic story from which "Hnl shcvlsm on Trial" was fabricated Is contained In Mr. DUnns successful novel, "Comrades." but tlm ttnrv has been adapted and developed so as in meet tlm present International situation. Tho story f.ial Is (old on the screen Is an Intensely liiiinnii and thrilling drama ofAi.ierlcansof 1110 nverapo lypo. "Ilolshevlsin on Trial" Is ...

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. — 27 June 1919

THE COLUMBUS COURIER LOCAL AMI PERSONAL 11. II. Charles it Co, who nro do inn a lot of cement and nilolio con stiueUou have affiliated themselves Willi the Chamber or Commerce. Mis Ornce 0. Ooebel, formerly rounty superintendent of icliools, accompanied by tier sister, Hlclln. dnno over from Doming to visit Mr. ami Mrs. John L. Harris. Kveryfeody gst ratt.ty'to celebrate Iho geo-loriMis Fouriti at Colum bus. Mr. William Klein and -children uml Miss lliilh Kelly or I ns (Truoen, slsler of Mrs, Klein. leil Tuesday for n summer sojwifti on the ln clfle cwuU The HI Paso Tliiiw l authority for thus tatemciit that Mrs. Her man oitulwr rsrciilly won Kvi lritra at a soiMl function given at the swntt Inm- in in P.lse. o- Wlml H The Oroatest Thing In LI let" llofliily spols In Columbus: The f;lkvay reitdtMe, eewipled by H'rman Olnsberg. I ' ii l forget Major Jnmleson's oiIiiioiiIUqii In wnl tho fly." - Nv the New Mexico Oil 1U-chamo- for anything In stocks thai v.mi want to Iwy. Courisr build...

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. — 4 July 1919

0 Kurtc VICTORY FOURTH OF JULY" AT COLUMBUS, WILL fcE A GREAT EVENT IN THE STAE Stye tmuMHUH MOKEEM 64t TOWN Of New MEXICO (,HMi cm w rm: GREAT MHimfc kkt IX. CM.UMRU8, I.UNA UNTV :w Mexico, uly 4. m Mg-g--.i--i-j - ' m ' - NO. 3 GYMKANA LOOKS GOOD TO LEMMON rWTtPENDER GENERAL CABELL MUTARY HEIGHTS IS LATEST ADDITION MAKING THINGS 60 GAVE THE ORDER ffiolnmbtaf lonfilf 1st Sys There Are Already Mocked Out Oim Htmdrtd and Kkjfely Thousand Tons of Orr. TO INCREASE WORKING FORCE Expect to Start Sblftfdmj Ore to the Smelter by the Middle or TtiLf Month. "The olil Uymkana mine suro looks good to me," said I'. K. Lem nion, one of Uio stockholder In Columbus' biggest mining indus tries lu tho Courier Tuesday aft ernoon. "I have Just been spending n few days it the mine and note that they havo already blocked nut at lenul 180,000 tons of milling ore, ami it is the expectation of tho company to begin shipping ore to tho smel ter the middle of July. "After this they will go on with tho tunnel....

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. — 4 July 1919

i t ; tttt OfttWlPi MfftMfc . J THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Kvery Friday Established in 1009 0. K. PAflKS Owner W. . HOLT.-Edltor and Publisher SUBSCniPTZON IUTES Ono Year 13X10 Six Months IXO Three Months ... 0 One Month SS Subscriptions are payable in ad vance and will be discontinued on dale of eiplrallon. Entered at the potloflle at Co kimbus, New Mexico aa lecond class mall matter. Advertisements will be accepted only at the rale of 30o per column inch each Insertion. Flvo cents extra per column Inch will bo charged on all one-timo ads. ! rat notice 10c per line each Inser tion. Legal advertisements at legal rates. OUIl tUN AM) OUI I)ftS7 The Journal receives now and then a communication from heallhseeker in which the climate of Albuquerque is crltlclied severe ly. There Is complaint of the summer heat of he days, also nf the dust storms which occur at rani intervals, itmust be admitted. No one finds fault with the nights, always cool and refreshing. The Journal Is Just In r...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 4 July 1919

THE COLUMBUS COURIER tiik amiy - 'am: univkhsity I.N KHAKI." (Twelfth Cavalry Buindard.) "J'lio world lias walked llio via doloiwn. I'limi dial illfflcult ;el wonderfully glorious Journey hnvu rouie many leswns nmny tilcss lugs. Not llio i least nniung those, Insofar as America Is concerned, Is llio Introduction of Americans to America's most distinguished Inslt- ttitlim-tlii) United states Army. "In pre-war times Americans, In Icni tipou (heir Immediate tasks lliclr Immediate protitcms nnd knowing opportunity only as It existed In tliolr Immodiate sur roundings, appreciated mil vaguely tho purposes of and tho uporluut lies offered by Oils great and many iddcil organltallon. '"llio great war and lis Immedi ate, aftermath has literally forced upyti our people a inter under, shindini. ii in I today tliore Is scarce ly nit American of understanding ago who is not familiar with al luwl oiio phasu of the Nation's most representative body. "Situated on una of tho beauty fH)ts of our Natio...

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. — 4 July 1919

THE .COLUMBUS COURIER mmm cm&xsy to yhvv WITH ARMY Of WORKERS Indcpendcnco Day will have n now moaning for tho employes of Morris On. this year. On the Fourth of July llio lacking firm will put Into effect a plan by which nil worker men and women In Chicago and everywhere clso who arc on tho Morris payrolls, may become partner In the business and sharer In lis profit. They Will bu gten an opportunity and assistance to purchase Kohl bonds secured by the properly of the company at below Ihe market price and will bo guaranteed alioul dou blo tho Interest theso bonds carry -the minimum Is Ion per cent with the rertalnly of charing lis any Increase In profits earned by Ihe company. Months of thought and Invcsllga- tlou hno produced a scheme which lint only extends n itcnerous helitlmr hand to the employe In Marling him on the road to thrift and profitable investment, which safeguards his interests In times of adversity, but which will bring lil wry mil dally problems to the sympathet...

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. — 4 July 1919

YfcK COMJftUMJS COUftUCK PttOCEEIMNflS OF THE ROAM) Of TKURTBE CM' COLUHHUfl . , t Juno 27, 1010. Tho board of Irmtcen met In spe cial session, l'rcscnt Mayor J. II. Blair, Trustees Frederlckson, Kv ana and Klein. Application for building permit wcro received from L. J. l'oach and II. 8. Carter. Moved by Evan, seconded by Frcdorlckson, Hint applications or Peach and Carter lio approved with provision added thereto, Yca, Frederlckson, Kvatu and Klein, nay, nono; motion carried. No further business appcurhii (ho board adjourned. J. It. U1.AIIV Mayor. Attest: E, U. DEAN, Clerk. . July I, I0ID. Board of trustees met In regular susjilon. Present Mayor J. It. lllalr, Trustees Frederlckson, 'Evans and Klein. Minutes of Juno Sltli and 2illi meetings wcro read and approved. Tito following bills wcro pre sented: C. II. Itogcrs, deputy marshal, 101.00; Jack Ilrcrn, marshal, 175; Edwin (1. Dean, Clerk. ISIS; M. U Dohy. laNir. M.00; T. J. Cole, office rent, 915.00; W. II. Bmllh, pump repairs, IB...

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. — 4 July 1919

U. a C1VH. SERVICE EXAMS. Hie United States Civil Service Commission announces the oxamtn atlon named below to be held at nn early date. Application blanks and further information may bo obtained from the local secretary, board of Civil Service Examiners, At (lie poslofflto In Columbus. Clerk with cxpcrlcnco (mate and fcmaloi, 810000-I200 per annum. Vacancies In the office of the Supply Officer, Columbus, N. M. The United States Civil Service Commission announces that an au lomoblla Mcchanlo non-educational nomination wilt bo held on July 18, I0IP, for tho purpose of filling a vacnncy in tho position of Au lomobilo Mechanic In the Motor Transport Corps scrvico at Col u in bus. X M. Application blanks and further Information may be obtained from the local secretary, lvoanl of Civil Son ice Examiner, at (he Colum bus. N. M, postotflce. The lulled Slates Civil Service commission announces that on Klnrtrlcian (non-ascm) non-edu- rational examination will be held on July 18, 1010. for th...

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. — 11 July 1919

C ft Hushes VIQTORY FOURTH OF JULY AT COLUMBUS ,WAS THE GREATEST EVENT IN THE STATE tybt tEolnmhn , CflCUiHIUS WONKHM OH, TOWN W NKW MKXKtJ coming cm' i' tw: NtfeAT sourim kst vac t. COLt'MIH'S, LUNA COC.VTV, NKW MCXHIO, JULY If, 1019. NO. I (Bonner VICTORY FOURTH HUGE SUCCESS M4fMy Parade anil Ha KiMiih hi the Morntof, FoWourd by Interrs-Umj Day'g LvrnU. HHJ HAHHKCUi: VV.U MULTITUDE MuitnoM Men Participated In Pit rnilo Willi Fine Floati unit Dccorutrd Automobile "Vlclory" Fourth was a great day fur Columbus and Intit Furlong, ami not one llilng occurred to mar the pleasure, of (ho occasion. There was ' an enormous crowd present mid f very one enteral lulu llio spirit of tho Joyous iluy. Colonel (I. Arthur Hadscll, rnm inaniler of Camp Furlong, gener ously tiinicil out oil of his well drilled soldlens fur Iho morning parade. Lieutenant Colonel 1'nul (I. Manchester, grand marshal, and Ids mounted staff lending. (Colonel Hadscll himself led Ihe Twenly fourth rnfantry aim Uilonel tleo...

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. — 11 July 1919

THIS COLUMBUS COURIER THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday Established in lOOli n. K. PAIIKS- Owner W. E. HOLT-Edilor and Publisher BUBSCntPTION' RATES Ono Year $2.00 Bis Months 1.00 Three Months 0 One Month .23 Subscriptions are payablo In sJ vanee and will be discontinued on date of expiration. Entered nt tho postofllo at Co rimbus. New Mexico ns second class mall matter. Admlisemcnts will be accepted turfy at the rale of 30c per column inch wish insertion. Five cents extra wr column inch will bo clmrgml on nil nno-limo nds. Ix rnl notice IOo per line each liner torn. I.npal advertisements at legal rati. Monthly Pay of Enlisted .Men In the United fSlnlrs Army. (Haiti Who's There) WaoO-Prlvate, Private Second UIum, Himter. H00-Prlvalo First Class. .KV!)-Ciirtoral, Artillery. Cav airy. Infantry, Engineers. Ordnance, Signal Corps. Q. M. C, Medical Do- partment; Chief Mechanic. Field Artillery; Mechanic, infantry. Cav airy. Field Artillery. Medical tie wrtmml. Coast Artillery; ...

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. — 11 July 1919

THS COLUMBUS COURIER discharge order TO AFFECT MANY OFFICERS OH BORDER Moro lhan fifty per cent of Iho officers of tlio outhcrn depart ment ora affected by tlio recent war department order that all emergency officers ntid enlisted Incn bo discharged before Heptem ber yo, accordhuj lo information given out yesterday from tlio South nrn Department, while fully U5 per cent of lliosn holding re?ul nrmy ranks will be demoted. Major General Dcllosey C Cabell, Bouthern Department Commander. who hold a regular army tirade onpll'tiliiK withoul a lonelier, without Colonol of (Rivalry, Is among the superior officers of Iho department sciicuuicii io bo demoted. iio.nei imniei b. McCarthy, zone supply ofricer mm department Quartermaster, and ono or two other slnff officers nf tho South- em DiMHtrtment, will relaln llielr present rank, It was announced. It Is not known what officers of the HI I'asn District. If any. will csoapn demotion. Officers of this command mid rlvlllans have ux- proed Ihe h...

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. — 11 July 1919

tMK COt,UHWJS COURKR llMfflOEfflK Local "The Min In tho Open" piar al tho Columbus Theater Baturday afternoon and evening. Foster Atkins, of Dcmlng, Is now numborcrd among tlio idling forco of C W. Powers. ,Tho editor can vouch for him. J. J. Bradley, who hat been with tho Columbus Drug Company for some time, has gone to Colorado, where he will spend a few weeks, prior to nettling down In Moberly, Mo. "Dr." Brnllcy made a host of friends during his residence in Columbus. A. L. Utibliard Is In Nebraska for a few weeks. Both tho Border Studio and Splro mado pictures of the big parade. Lovctl & Son now run a big force of men and nro at present finishing up tho building east of the Khaki Club, also n fine resl-iloiu-f on Kat Tlilrd stroeL They are making extensive improve ments on the t.ellow Jewelry store and Columbus Steam laundry. That Lovctl bunch Is some bunch. Hen Lellow Is putting substantial Improvements on his jewelry store. T. A. Hlock and granddaughter, Dixie, of Jasper, ...

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. — 18 July 1919

"1 Let Everybody Boost for a Sariitorium for Columbus. Think hatthey have done for Silver City, Albuquerque and El Pvwo COLUMtH; mmm oh. town tw New Mexico coLUMto CH.vi city er tm v.m:r wuthhimt flonruf VOL. IX. C. OF C. AFTER m SANITARIUM FOR COLUMBUS Km PnmiUe erf Frro rtrty-Arre Site New Hie Foot stills In the Try Hermanns Mou talus. 18 PERFECTLY IDEAL SPOT Secretary la Correepomllnu With Nottil Physician anil Sururons Who Know of Our HalehlcM Heating Cllmntr. Why not capllallio dm lilggrst and ntost lasting asset of this most wonderful region our climate? Our never-rslllng sunshine ami per fectly glorious climate, with Its perpetual health-giving mono, should extend In suffering human ity Its open armi, where climate atone will do more to bring the glow of health than nil tlio rem edies known to medical science. We can extend our arms enough mil when people of wealth nnd refinement, hut broKcn In health, knock at our doors, we have got to have a suitable place for them to stay....

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. — 18 July 1919

D THE OOLUMBUS COURIER tme coLuamus couhieu Published Every Friday Kslabllshcd In 1000 CHAPLAIN OK CONGHKSS PAYS THIHUTK TO HOLIUEHS 0. E. PAIIK3 Owner V. E. HOLT-.Edllor and Publisher 8U11SG1UPTI0N IUTE8 One Year K.00 Blx Months 1.00 Three Moulds - 0 One Month J Pulwcripllon are imyable In nd anee ami wilt tio dUeontluued on date of expiration. Ku tared at the poMoflln at Co- lunlius. New Mexico as sceund class mall mailer. Advertisements will he accepted only Hi IIm rale of 30o or column Inch euch In-arllon. I'tve ceule oxtru wr column ineh will be iliarged on all une-time ads. m col notkes lOe ink line each inser thn. Legal advertisements at legal file. Upon the opening of Congress July Dili, the chaplain, Ilev. Henry N. Coudvu, D. D., offered Ihu fol towing prayer: Wo lift up our hearts In grati tude lo Thee, our Father In Heaven that the President or tho United States of America hus been landed safely in tho White House of this capital city tho homo of all lis presidents since ...

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. — 18 July 1919

2 T ir . I iJNew Mexico 1 nil fjj" mti niUMivv i.u I . . . MW COMPANY 18 OMGANiZKM F(H (Ml. IWH.l.lXfl NOH MIHINO Drilling for oil In Iho Demlng uuirici received us greatest Im pelus and encouragement Jills week whan II bccnmo known that James' . 8. O'Brien had rclurncd from the, ItXM oil fields with a contract mat lie had closed wllh the Texas Control and Consolidated Oil Company for Km rmnnlnllim of (ho well Hint tin atarled ome time ago on lilt ranch ninth of (own, and (hit (Im work I now In progress. Under (ho terms of Iho conlroc( Mr. O'llrlen made, with tho Texas (Antral and Consolidated Oil Co, (lie latter has already assumed cliarKo of tho operations and It drill ine In (hn liuln Hint mi mm. menced by Mr. O'lirlcn, and tho company lias obligated Itself In ex pend whatever amuiit may be nee ess.nry, which' Is estimated at I5, 000, In complete, (ho drilling tint II nil Is found. A contract lux nln lioen let for tho erection of a Wl fool derrick, under (In) supervision or II. C...

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. — 18 July 1919

--'''I utom LlTTLK KVYVSLETS FNOM thk county st:T Tom liulscy was in Demlng on Monday uu business, motoring up from Columbus. Headlight. Mr. and Mrs, F. U Nordhau aro planning tticlr annual summer camping trip un tho Olla Hilt gca Son arid expect to Icavo shortly for the wonderland of tho South west. Graphic. Sheriff W. C. Simpson and Mrs. Simpson are back from a camping trip at I'alomas Springs. They rc port having flno weather and I dandy time. "Dill" Is one of those border sheriffs that work hard keeping order right next to an archy and It Isnl' such an ea Job. Hence the vacation. Ornphic Frank W. Taylor of tho Demlng lliKlwe Oil and Production Com- pany says that t work on tho oil well west of tho city Is bclnt. delayed by the failuro to receive ntfiar supplies. However, he rtperts to have tho oil rig up cu tit- Itttkllngs soon. Graphic. Among thoso that went In Coluni. !mi- to spend tho Fourth of Imv wen- Frank V. Taylor, A. II. Pike John OuiielamL J. X Inox. Mls Iklllli Uark, ...

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. — 18 July 1919

u I'fllKniF.DINOS OK TIIIC HOAHI) OF TKUfTTKia OF CM.UMBU8 July IS, lDlV The board of trustee met lit regular session. I'rescnl Mayor J. Ik. Walr, Trustees Frederick-sou, Evans and Klein, Minute of the Inst regular moot ing wore road and approved. The following bills were pre sented: A. L. Taylor, painting........! 4.00 Columbua Courier, publishing 4.32 W. C. Field, medical services 4,00 M. Friend, hauling dirt 12.00 A Moreno, hauling dirt 15.00 A. Layers, hauling dlrU ... HJ.OO M. Joseph, hauling dirt 17.00 M. Carta, hauling dirt 14.00 1. Lercla, hauling dirl 10.00 Motion by Klein, seconded by Kvans, that all bills be allowed and orders drawn for the same. Yeas. Frcderlckson, Evans and Klein; nays, none; motion carried. Hid by J. I. Walker for building fence around tlio Jail was rend Krupp Construction Company's letter was read. Applications for milldlng per mits were read front Mary Alice Frost, J. II. Illalr, Ilarry I)caii and T. W. Ward. Million by Frcderlckson, seconded by Klei...

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. — 18 July 1919

THE C6LUM1HJS COURIER Local and Personal I.fmilrtinnl W. s'. Slovens should liavo rrad Lieutenant V. fi. Mat thews, In 11m Item rcpinllns Mrs. Turvejjjhbrothor. Pact Is, tho edi tor was Invited 10 an elaborate dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Tur vey, and got all "fussed" tho day he wrote that Item. o If anybody should ask you Clar ence Carter Is dolna a lot nf btisl- ness at tho American Tailor Shop; The builmtA men's tuneh at tho Jlroadwny Oafe has sure rnade l.il. You frl a dime luck vshen at the Onyx Mo.iday. It's n won derful presentation' of film nrt. o How do you llko those glorious loins? Tho question Is where do all, thiiso frog come from twenty min utes after It starts to rain. LOST Casing, Inner tube and rim 31x1 Federal tire. W. 11. llchcr. attorney. Columbus. "1 want to tell you that Co'lum I bus is right back or tho Courier 5 ONYX-HATUHDAY. JULY t9 FATTY AHHL'CKLK In "THE 8HKHIFF" ALSO KDDIB POLO AND HlUItST NEWS Frrd McCoy Isn't so had. o 8end your copy of the Courier to ...

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. — 25 July 1919

0 tV Hughes fl-f-lB Let Everybody Boost for ajSinttfrMtn for Columbus. ThinkJvhat they Have done for Silver Cky, AlUqwerquc arid Ei,Pao COLUftMKJS rtONee. ml town or New Mexico CM.UMftL'i CHMfrNfl CITY 0 TMK RMCAT 8WTMWKKT 4s4 VflU IX. COLUMBUS, UJNA CUCNTY, NW MKXWA, JULY 35, 1319 SMttTARtUM IDEA SEEMS TO GET QUICK APPROVAL Htmrimb of Reprint Gofde .of I-nst Week's) Hanltarluni tHory Sent Out by Huslncsn Men. MOW! LAND OFFKHED C OF C The Great Superiority of Columbus Herofith-rri by Hrassin or Easily Provrn Health Conditions. TIib sanitarium idea advnhceI by llio chamber of commcrco through tho Courier last week round Instant and universal approval ns one would very naturally suppose be cause of our superlatively superior health conditions. The business men are quick to grasp a guod thing and have been tending out a reprint or the story In every letter goi.rg out or town, with tho idea or interesting people who know or want to rind out about this wonderful country ns a place to rnn...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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