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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 25 July 1919

THE CQLUMMJS COURIER Published Every Friday Established la 100b 0. E. PAHKS Owner W. E. HOLT..Editor and Publisher WILL PROWCK FEATURES OF WESTERN' LIKE Borderland Film Company to Sup ply Demand for Krai American Pictures; He. Thorpe Is Special Representative and WIH Later Join Company Herr. suhscmption hates One Year 12.00 Six Monthf 1.00 Three Months One Month Since the close of llio war the moving picture fan for anti-Hun propaganda and war pictures has been surfeited, and they are de manding the real American pic tures. Among the class of pictures that are in greatest demand are those depicting liM In the west and showing the strong, virile plo neers who have helped to make this country what It Is. A company that has been formed to supply this demand has been AO organized In hi Paso under tlx1 .Ml name of the llorderland Film com Subscriptions are payable In ad-iP. capitalized at a quarter of a million dollars and backed by sonic of the leading business men and show men In the S...

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. — 25 July 1919

THULFTH CAVALHY HAS GtKH TIHK AT SILVi'.R C1TV The Beeond Hquadron, Twelfth Vnl(l Blotea Cavalry, arrived la Bllycr Clly promptly at 1230 July 10, on n practlco hike from their rvgulnr itellon at Columbus,' N. M. They looked very fit and flno and to the ordinary elllicn showed not the slighted align of havhur been two days and nights on the trip. They Immediately proceeded In their camp grounds north of tho lown whoro evening found them comfortably established for their several dnya' atay ncre as gueala of Silver City. They left Columbus Monday at 7 a. in, and reached Dcmlng at 3 p. m. Officers and unit were enter talned at Doming and left there Wednesday meriting and camped at Kennedy's raie.h near Apache Jfjo, Wednesday night 'I ho officer personnel of the squadron is a followsf Hlntf: Colonel George Illegler, In command; Ltcul-Mil. Winnie, Cflpt, Blmmons, Chaplain II. L. Zlcgler, Lieut, Dye, Lieut Cohan. Troop K: Capt. Merrill, Lieut, It. a Winchester. Troop F: Copt. DeLangton, L...

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. — 25 July 1919

THE C6tUMM&'C6Ult!t New Mexico TrSa imH.ia now musa RWN AFIKM THE Oil. Xolio drills no lest H. Ho- rouao the noise of the oil. pro moter ha abated very materially, nn one. needs becomo jetlmlstie pml Uilnk that tho lnterel In ev plo'lng for oil h gradually oasitiiF. TliO Hlale Ilccon! gathers much im-ide Informal! n from active oil men thai liavo businees t the Cupfinl and from nrlvnl- report' rcc-ivcd from time t" On Mflr veil organlicd an I heavily i'oaiu'o.1 lniuets are tcluallv gelt n,j rewl) for thorongli lent by deep drill in) than at any lime heretofore Tho Stale llccord in not a! lib erty to make public at this llm shine of tho recent development. Iiul it is apparent that nioro ro llahle and wealthy outMde Inlrr eat have rwntly Investigated scv cral I'Xntlurn and are aallfld lh.lt these ore worth teMlmj. The men aro n"t kpecu.nti re thai x pct to cll lock or make an 'm mcdiatc profit from trading In Icasea or placer location. They wnnt t find commercial oil. They am ther...

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. — 25 July 1919

tits coixMmm cotjRictt a ten mmx him twm i IN MOUNTAIN TORRENT Caught by a four-fool vll of waler wlilch awept down Cameron creek near the Mlsby ranch at lone Mountain Sunday afternoon, fol lowing a torrential rain In the mountains, Csndclarla Oalvan, of Hurler, and five or her chll dicn and four other children wore drowned, whllo Ramon UMvan, the father, escaped death and man aged to aavo four other children. The victims qt the horrifying tragedy were riding In a covered wagon at tho time. They had just crossed the Creek, which was car rylng a good iied volume of waler when tho team of hones drawing tho vehicle stalled on the steep hill on tho opposite side of the stream nnd backed down Iho Incline Into the water. Without warning, as tho wagon with lis fifteen occu pnnls was stalled In tho ercelc, tho wall of water struck It Tho bed of tho wagon was lifted clear off the running gear and with lis panic-stricken passengers was ear rird away In tho swirling flood, turning over anil ov...

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. — 25 July 1919

-VjjjiiijMHttiH Local and Personal Largo liiipruvvuients on the. West Side.. 1 o lloost for llio sanitarium, tl wuulrt bo a rcmcndous oet. o Somo orchestra limy have al the Columbus theater. William McCltnSy is spending a few days Willi llOniialo friends, lllalr ami llellbeig aro planning Eiintlicr might)' ollrasllvts aifdljTon. -o MIm Ituby Webb Is how u mwn- her of PostuiMtcr IturctiVatfs f llclrnt force o Willi -the machines Dr. Mlxsnford lim llivrc Is no use lu aeiul oul W town fnr any kind of opllsal wwk. o J. F. Oaltuwny Ins been slight') under (ho weather n few days, but it ilont Impair his booetlng quell He. - -o lltal's as prrlty a hardware window as I ever saw In OatuM Ihi. ' prffl n commercial man a lie stood nihnlrlnir riarroll A Nw whmI nrlhtlfl ilhiy. o When Uh war dKirlmnl llll-mgll Willi ()iiMi KHrton? lliei will be another "bwuly pel m (.olumhtt." route of transi-onllncnta) lourlst. o Mr. Slearly Is licit) from (tall fornla lo look after her properly interest. i o E...

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. — 1 August 1919

G R Hushes 8-1-11 0$t Evcfbody Boost for a Sanitof ium for Columbus. 'Think lfit they have done for Silver City, Albuquerque and El Po MMAIMMJS comimj city w the ukeat southwest MONKEM (ML mN Oft' NEW MRMCO vet. k. COLUMBUS, LUNA COUNTY, NKW MEXICO, AUGUST 1, WIS NO. 7 I'M' ALL ARE BOOSTING FOR THE COMING COLUMBUS SAN. Surnron Ocnrrnl nt U. & Army Contribute Official ItrporU on Health Conditions In this Hrulon. NEW MEXICO CLIMATE WINS There U no More Mrnl Spot In llir United Slalra fur Saultii ' rliini tlinii ie Present. There Is no more Ideal njxil in the United State for Saiillnrlum than wo present. With all the, Inml for it location v can use, altnoliiivly free of charge, with n splendid county road lending directly to the place Vc would havu a sanitarium, with the punt water and' air In the world all working Mr us, with never n minute' danger of cyclone or tomndn, it in mi wonder that uveryUidy fuvor a sanitarium, or hlg natural health eiiiMrluni, right out close to (ho toot...

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. — 1 August 1919

TUB COLUMBUS COURIER THE COI.UMHUS COUU1BU Piibllshed Hver Friday Established In 11X1- O. K. I'AIIKB .Owimh- E. IIOLT.-Edltor mill Publisher 8UMUIIIP1I0N 11ATKS On. Y-r taxK) hit MonllM LOO Hire Months AO 11,1. Monlb J iiU..'rlpUm art' payabla In ail anca and will Im' discontinued on ilulf of f Mirilin. l.uterail al lh poalnMe nl llo- iiiiimi. Km Mexico a aeoml elan i. ail matter Tueumcarl--Oil development In ettslsru New Mexico l conlcrliui uirnd Hits place. McOco well lias Jml finished ihc first flvo hundred fpt hikI I drilling below fivetiuu- ilrtsl ninl tun tret. Water and ipilrk sond was ttrnck at about, five iiumirai rati and this lias been cswl nlf and the work Is going ahead with double shllU. Arlxaln ship 0 tarloadt wool Hoy give contract for clly walcr well. iMeuinaart report many new Lnll.Him iMMnp edrcled nail shoil ttg of workmen. Ultlra-Texas-AlliHi Oil Co. lias H4rcttMl bloek of aereago exist of ell' ami ftt)Mt to start dsvelop mstU wwk at an aariy dato. Alamorsrdo Ol...

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. — 1 August 1919

4L 4 T1IK C6LUM0S dOUJtntR UHUINASCK NO. Si lit Shall stain Ilia street op street .1 .rXT . . iiupon which mo aamo is to bo oncr- iin iiniiunnre urnning n tutor him raica ami uio icrmini liciwccn wiueii mill it Srrvlm Cri I'niiiillnu liinl It Shall c NctMMH-y to Obtain n . License for Iho tHKrallim til Kllhcr of 8M Cla of Vehicles Lpon the Wrrcta .ami Other t'lb. lie rMorowgMwcs of Hie VIHawi Ot Cotlimlim. tm4 I'ntwrlMmi Ike ComtMlofw Under Which IhcSamr May e tented; KfulaUo i Operation if 8W ClaM or Vchlflrn Within I he Corpontr Limit of tho VWflo of Cefctm bus; rrovlMWH) lf natty tee tho Unlawful Opr rotten Thereof ami Orclarlnf Ike Ofsrfwllon of ftilij Vehicles In Violation of Sahl OrilhiAiirc to Re Nuisance. ,HbH Ordained By Mtc Hoard of inmcM or hid viiioo of Co iiinimui the same it to bo operated, ami said tnouir Inn shall not he operated in or uiion any other streets ot be. iwocn any outer termini limn mono Thai tlio termini la tod In said" Jleonso may thereafter bo altered ...

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. — 1 August 1919

a THE COLUMBUS COURIKH WWKXEIHNGS OP THE BOAHI) W TIHJSTEK8 Of COLUMttlW July 23. IUH. Tho Hoard of Trustees met hi special sesilim. Present: Mayor J. H. IJtalr. Trustees Kredcrlckson, Evans, Klein and Tracy. Moved by Evans, seconded by Xlcin, dial rending or minutes b suspended, Carried, Evan and Tracy wore appointed a committee (o aeo Prowltl A Pen dcr about cleaning up West Heights addition. Moved by Tracy, seconded by Evans, thai the marshal bo In structed to notify people In Men addition to clean up their premise by Tuesday, July zo. Carried, Clerk Instructed to order check valve. No further bii9lncs appearing, Jloanl adjourned. J. II. nielli, Mayor. Attest: E. tl. DEAN, Clerk. July M. 1010. Tlio Hoard of Trustees of the Village of Columbus met tn regular session, Mayor J. It. lllnlr. Trustees Evans, Klein and Tracy present. Absent, Trustee Krederlckson. Tim minutes of the last special and regular meetings were read and approved, after which the following bills were presented: ...

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. — 1 August 1919

THE COLUMBUS COURIER m. .CALL KB "MS RXCEL UENCY" "(AM SCOUT" AND INV1TKH HIM TO HAVE A MK. Ma All-Ulgtnicss-Kxcellenclsslmo Don Ramon llomero, the vain ami pompom little governor of n puny Central Auiorlcan Stale, was a super-man (n Ills own-estimation, but an ordinary cnncrK cd mull In Larry Donovan' opin ion. Larry, brceiy and adventurous young American sculptor, culled Iho llttlo "peacock" "Old Scout" alappcd liltn on Iho back and In vited lilm to havo a drink I'he old boy got back at Larry when the American croaked tils Genu rallsslmo with a wine-flask, and Ijirry was marched to Iho "White washed Walts" to ho shot. tlosa, Iho star "Vamp" of Al tamura. was a wicked wench. She had spirited llio body of Iho dene rallislmo away and dlscovcrd that he was still allvo one. Hut IJirry didn't decorate the Iho "Whitewashed Walls" with blood I Ho turned the tables on the "Wily Vamp"-llckled the fat paunch of Romero with a' "gat" and married Concha, the beautiful niece of the Ooernor. whil...

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. — 1 August 1919

TH1 C6LUMMH C6UMER NOTED MAN APPROVES j the 8xuvnwM Mr K. V. Black, purchasing a gent fur the Atislcy Jtolel. Allan to, (In, visited tils tlslcr Mrs, 11 C. Elliott this week. Mr. ItlatfK was on routo to Los Angeles, and was very favorably . Impressed Willi our wonderfully cool nights, and delightful -all nroiiutl climate, and sees no reason why a sanilo rlum would not lie a howling success In this land or blue cklcs and ftoldcn sunshine. People Trade With Us Because we hae what tliry want und al prices to pirns?. ELEGTHIC 1H0NS, TANS, TOASTEHS ninl PEH10I.AT0HK. ALSO ELECTHIUAL FIXTUIUS HOOITNO AM) SHEET 1II0N To our Furnlturr Line uc lute added Carpel tinil Malting Hugs all slice, and Llnrulcuitj. All site Mattrrw. at any price jmi want, Ixith new uiul wcond-liund. Our llnr of Srrund-ll.tiid Furniture reiu'lrrs tlir rnllrc ntlriitlou of one num. When Jim buy sctotid-huiul furnllurr of lit, It's about the s.imrVs new, allluuuli my much cheaper. Our line of lliirdtnrc will iiIimijh n...

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. — 1 August 1919

fil'l'l.KMKNT Till-: COLUMBUS COUIUKIt AL'CUST I, 1919. NA.1M0A hktukns TO COLUMBUS. The Onyx, Theater will present Nailmova In "Kyb mr an Eye", August 6 oud 7. Tlili is a seven reel drama (lint needs no boosting. Those who saw her fii Toys of Falo" kniiw how wonderful iilin cnu net. Hho lake still n licller purl In Kyo for on Kyo," a play that tins tlirlllcil millions and will do the Kama for you. Onyx Theater. TIIIS ONYX THKATICH lla Hit) best lino of comedl thai money con imy coming. Watch play (lute. Fatty Arbuc kle, Mack Sennell, Hilly Weil and Flagg's Irnvel picture, these (ravel plcturea (uku you ull over the world and show you wonder ful thing In liro omt scenery. Our 1'aramounl Arlcraft pict ures nro among tho best. Watch for (he kind you like. Onyx Theater. -Jllli ITOllTKHS AT IIF.HIM! Tho Majestic Theater Is put ting on a daisy liout Tuesday eve. ning. Onn Hound Norman ond Speed King Woolford wllj go for eight rounds. Tliey both have a record of unhrokeu lctorles, and fuc...

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. — 8 August 1919

C M Hmhw Ut.Evtryfeody Bobit ior t SnitArkim for Columbus. TKirik wkit tkey kae done for Silver Cky, Aibuqtierqc iim El Tm (Sourief GfMNNft CITY f IMC COLUMBUS, LUNA COUNTY NKH' mXCO, AL'SC'ST H, MM NCI. 8 MBff (Enlnntbtafi B WEN TO K C.IFC Ptnisirai Effort Ms HruuM to CetumtnM ttte Mwrh Coveted HrfefwHIflM from the SRa4e. CeUMCR K6UE8 AN EXTRA .... Official Notice Received by Clum ber of Commerce trem State Cm tSntrr Glltcil ami Mdtrkl Ea fllneer Swnpwen. Ctmmibut citiion could have worked Individually during the life tlmo of the oldest Inhahltanl and never have accomplished what the organlied effort of all pulling lo gclher got In a few weeks, When wo alerted tome tlmo ago to get the Slate Highway Commls alon to designate the Old Las Cru ce Palomas Lakes (rail from Ad en to llodeo, through ' Columbus, a alats highway, It seemed an al mo j I hopeless task, but well direct ed, persistent, co-operative effort has been crowned with success, A short lime ago the Chamber of Commerce got...

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. — 8 August 1919

4 TUB COLUMIWfl COURIER THE ivii u-it in km. ti I I'AUKR . (iwii.-f r Il HA': tfclHnr mi-l I'uWmlifi - MKXHO UUHKI.V IMHH- i. mfa iivtw. .1 WimijUn nil kI tin . Ityu mi of Itafltmi nt Ml. l".u.i.li-,W I 0,ill - 8'lli - $ ironnuiiTur UOO pound of' lMP HHl Willi Ml,,-Jwit4MiHt n .i.i- in ilii' iiutpir M ait v uv :,ni Kuit. tku Uu lit Lel n I'Xiii'Uir, nhhu In IHIC I ;!, 110 ij' ii'iiml o( cm pVoilil. . .1 ,l II 51 ' I i.i Vil itliln nl ft'' .1' III. In. I ipulIlT ii I'lW HVfll 1. I.I .'ll.l.llllll III lf :ll't llll- . I1.I1 IMpi-i III ' r.'iilH .! .iii. i. ill. in nl hi . u.h. in- rii. null,, mi M III lUl''ll'v u.it p wr f'1''' " ' .... U....lfeaV' lO' 1 ' ' ' ,M """ , ,v vlll.li II, 1111 pmdll.-.-d l. "'" r nln... ni. ihii Mbrni.tiH - i' .iW "I , ,,,,,, n. i VSItM aB ' 1 lltfl.U! , ,,, , ,.v (), ,,,,, , 'UO' of I'M1"''1"" (,. ,i-i.. ,-; '' ' I'i'i Miii ii in' hi- I I-in. ml ui 'ii. ji'iflolli.' ul , ,,t , ,ti. I lv i ..ill I , i i V' a. m-iinnl . U ' ,,i ., i, i.rll. r j li.uil malt ...

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. — 8 August 1919

iimuiMiin i i, mmm NKW MKXKO MLvmn PUTS 0,K DVEH ON KAtfiER Corporal P. M, Davia of Hanover, flfvliltnii. wlio rectoved hi discharge Jul this week at Fort s, has the honor of having given tho ex-emoeror of Germany profcafelr mora startling misinformation about tho American force than tho former kalter re ceived from any other aourco. Davis raptured by Oermana, m taken into the Imperial prcsonea and gave the alMilghcal a Joshlna- whlih must havo tent him on an august rampage. The El Paw Times th'ii win ihe aiory; .For nearly an hour the mornli g of July 20, 1018 Corpul Davis alocd before tho haughty German ruler and was subjected to a gruolllng examination, m which threats and trickery were uaed tu draw Infor mation front the New Mnlco dough boy. lie wm told ho would bo shot, warned that he would bo subject to torture, by fire tf ho did not dls rlnae pertinent facts relative to the strength of the American forcra, Dut the soldier, In the ksaler's palace In llcrlln, surrounded by or r...

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. — 8 August 1919

fWjniffTOTW W I Rn iPUU IHIJ P11K.8TKE8 OF COi.L'MflUH July 31 1010. Tim board of trustees met In special session July 31st, lOlu, Ma yor J. K. Bltlr and Trustee Fred erleksoti, Evans, Klein and Tracy being present. Capt, Block's water proposition wm read. Motion by Krcderlckson and sec onded by Evans that CapL niock't water proposition lw allowed with correction written on same. Mo tion carried. Motion by Klein and seconded b Evans thai W. It. Millers' titter proposition bo rejected, motion car ried. Motion by Fredcrlckson and sec ondnl by Evans that following; re solutions bo idoplco: WIIEHKAB. It has come to th knowledge of the Hoard of Trus tees of the Village nt Columbus N. Mm that a "contract for deed' Issued by J. R Prcwltt, of the flrn of I'rrwltt and Pender, dealer li real estate, contains the followln; language: "No lot contained In this con trad shall bo sold to Mexicans 01 colored people wlUi'.n one yea' from dale." Tills statement does not repres ml the sentiment of tho...

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. — 8 August 1919

THE COLUMBUS COUIUER IFid Iru y.(N smi: w uii: , , 's'i'fie'iinrrlel Join for iire while thDigT&JijliiRil for war. ifl hoi cimusli for you? Thafarmy" romrnnmla follow-you to yggjtf "A cast" 7-vViiKin, iiT(Jfyarjn Ml mil lorn '&m- ffcF arc froi "cupr nrchHtauJ Qtvtt linii(f). lfliVWttVhiiiii.willi mLlivlauilJ "vnen is pay iinyr G&jki WliHo inaat Of Hark? Jqm'shrifeBnf: tt d9tnt motltr .I'liCJorniijiniJ, lilalk rim Utm, n hip hroxv nml n cnmii looking tuan nmm .tltiK. V vltniaVB ultra Italri. . - ' ' i'hTA' il why the Ucuieiianl wvr -n "0ftsk (lonr, I'm ffiliikinc ot yu." n- uw nam "dank- wariii Hit htft "HW Ml! CI i ere sit. Jtrtl think, if Hi ocaer tlHuTil tank, wa would Mvf to waits mr. A ficttate Iim Do priviUr aflMra luit 115 Ml lw UvtlttU. r aii wnrtlr ll(Wpa Uawl i,t nIML' , ilMtO, vrtiora to thy im . . Shn fiitl ' in Se, Onrald. I'm not nmrrbNl. lit ai&nl'iluty llmt mam im teak Uit aynalart am like baanan. Ih nn jUlow and hunt in winchm art ywlow mat linna nroM...

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. — 8 August 1919

lHHB Local and Personal Mention passed by the beard of trustees, MCRg Of TNG MAKNE T6 Columbus will aoon bo a town j M0CMAftGfe) AT FWtT M.MM where people will tkllfht to dwell.i , If It Isn't so already. I Detachments of tho famous Sec- jcond dlvlilon, tho organisation thai H pay to bo live, ikm't HY ask CeHwAius, The CewieVs subscription list Is aura frowksg. JPIakivlcw addition will io an other popular one The city dads are sure after those who don't clean up, Wo are setting our Juty-August rains all rlfhl-all right. Thai dipping vat will bo ready to Use caro or all slock. Columbus Is "much obliged" to the Stato Highway Commission. Trunks, Lockers, Suitcases, varic es, band-bags eto. at Nordbaus'. Let us call for your clothes to be cleaned. American Tailor Shop. Mary I'ickford drew a fine crowd In "Daddy Long Legs" at the Onyx. Head tho council proceedings Ihls ed to ramps near their homo for discharge. Tho regiments, nil of Which aro regular army units, will of courso bo held as...

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. — 15 August 1919

Let Everybody Boost for a Sanitarium fo V 'i ynf L for Cojumbus. Think what they hae done for Silver City, Albuquerque and El Pao rmmm m, twn W 'NEW MRXMO amm city or im (IftKAT SOUTHWEST VOL. IX. CftLUMsWi, LUNA COUNTY, M5W MRXIC0, AUGUST IS, MM.- NO, 9 VERY HKNf SMDE PAINT MATflU NEAR C8UMNB Arttmr J. EvatM mh) Tfi4(n It F. Edwards Have Seven fsfat Claim In Tresj Hcrwanas. has been severely tested After Three Years' Exposure Local Paint Material Prove Superior To the Commercial BrnntK According to llio analysis of ex pert there Is raw paint material In llio Tro Hermanns mountains, very easy of access to Columbus, dial has stood a -three yean' ft posure .test by the eldo of one of tho best commercial brands of paint, and whereas the latter Is much tho worse for wear and ex posure, tho foijmcr remains as good as tho day IP'was applied. This test was made three year ago on tho metal doors of Mr. Kvans' gnrago and can bo seen by all who care to call at tho garage, Mr. Evans and Captai...

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. — 15 August 1919

rut coLinm covtm. fi , i . ' i I 4 TMKi .COLUMBUS COUftllft Published Every Friday Established In 1004 0. K. PAIIK8 Owner W. H. HOLT.-Edllor ntl Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Yeaijf 12.00 Bix.'Month ...-,-.-1. 1.00 Three Month -60 One Month 6 Subscriptions. Bra payable In ml vnce and will be discontinued on date of eiplration. Entered al the pottoflle at Co limhus. New Mexico a tecond class mill matUr. ttcbedness of tho kUto. The effect Hi bsnds of tho legislature M of the amendments Is to place In power to lisuo bonds for building roads without' submitting tho qucs lion In. fe vote oMho profile In alienability ttarwH benq opoiltlof lo'lho Jlrsl amendment; counler considerable objection on tho part of the varloui Institutions and their friends throughout tho As to tho third amendment pro posed, tho conslllution at present permits the Issuance or not to ex cued tMWOO of eerllllcatea of ia debtcdniss In cases of Insufficiency of state, revenue lo inert current expenses, fiends may ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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