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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 September 1919

CdCfttMOi COUMMt M M , I , jj , , t ,j) J , , MM I I III I H M ttst4 aVssi las WW Jfejsje Hn40tt fK, lie HmJUt jMWtttton, attlo a of Mw CUyj Mm-. ftaifliil A uf9ti ejf DesttfRel i BiiIbsvs WWW I 01 LWWKlllj IXmw As-W, Al butturtmiit TSj CetSAst. AMImnU tikSseiSieef r: 9". J'rak Cum, We Mowd, Mor. Oaaty! Benjamin M. HwmI, Hud Ke, thMAi Fe Owilr, Chirnwj!wtUi e MtotMed In cseh cowly mil the Kettam work ithmiW bb flnWil withte b mofth. I Ttre Spread Eagle fTTATR IANMI AHA.. MHNRWIQil Fully. 9& ,Vt t enl of Mw. lee cxnlrln OclMer' f Uitvfl already bocri renews weortlte lol'KS re port of Hie etale lana eiwlfof)er. It It expected that every Icmo will bo renewed before llto end of Iho month. A lrgo number -of BfvpIU cations Aro on file thM cannot bo considered si every Ml of land-of grating value ha been leased. ltwrt StwTwuir of Gr t At I Hammering the Hun line until ft bent and broke, bearinr the Kaiser end hU cUns down to Inglorious defeat, the American soldiers aied one weap on in ...

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 September 1919

tNMVL AN) ggClAL, ,0Htt HAO snlftie, See Nord- HcavyTog followed by roln greet early risers today. , S'tyecptkln lined and 0. D. mark taloehM. See Nordhaus, Thcro nrn many poopto now In Columbus who will pay (30 to W for a modern bungalow. S, A. Wyman of Demln was In Columbus Tuesday on business. He came over In hit machine. John II. Cox, manager Columbus Phunbing Company, reports busi es conditions In Ills lino as flue, It Is presumed Iho Chamber of ft.mmerco will announce the name lit the new secretary at Its next m-oilng. Ileo Oreer of Joplln, Mo. re newisl his subMrlpllon for a year (his week. Ha says he cannot do without tho Courier. Columbus is going to have newspaper lhl will bo chock-full of army news. It wilt take time but in eoon as reporters can bo seeured. ri'iorteri who aro famil iar with camp details as well as athletic and social happenings, I'll Chamber of Commerce is mthoiil a secretary since the res ignation of W. E. Halt, who has pine to Lordtburg. Several names h...

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 October 1919

.JOU)IjH LUN4 OCTV, MtW MKXICO, OGTMNW J, MM. Ft NO.M WTfltgftB HCT PETIINNS LOKKTQ OTHERS "ti ''Lit JVVMiNiJiriS Pt4latasi Msmssvvi 42a4, Mmimwwm The ftfxrd of Trustees met In regular wttlofi, Tuesday oven Inc. September 88, ir!9, Mayor J. H. 11 air and Trustee Frederlckson, Tracy md Kllcn went present Motion made by Frederlckson, second by Tracy, that Kllcn act m temporary clerk. Tho minute were- recti ami ap. proved, after which the following diiii were presented.' Port Don, 0 meal for prison er 1 tM Edwin O. Dean, services u clerk . 53,90 Columbus Courier, public' lions 41.10 A. Frederick)!!, power for pump . 75.00 Momien-Dunnrgan-Ryan Co, i 46-Inch pipe wrench ...... 0.00 'W. a "Lewi, lumber to build brldgo . 27X0 Jack Ilrcen, service u mar- X aha! .i. lo&OO C. R. Rodger, services as mar shal . . ... J0O.O0 II. L. Blanlon, service as pump- cr . 104j T. J.Cole, offlcoVcnl . iieo C. II. Cox, plumbing ... I J W. R. Refeer, lel capacity.. MM M&tkm by Trustee Tracy and -r, e...

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 October 1919

THE CftUftlfeUS cotaitfc -tea CSEOUXSfTT TELLS WBETIIEXnCT ITS OF ML chance rm you ts get mcn U Vmir LM4 CaMbMi Mineral He tMIU as Herein DrwrltW You Hhould CousuK a Geolotlrt. Qukk.V Oil U found In commercial quan title only In sedimentary rocks, Mich as shslet, Mndxtonni and limestones, according lo It O, George, formerly stale geologist ot Colorado. These rocki tre formed front thee lay, aand and lime that were ages ago carried by river from land areas to the tea and spread over the tea floor by waves and other agencies. The seas are and were full of plant and animal life, and as the sands and clays are Iwmiik spread over the sea floor, the dead plants and animals are burled with them, under certain condl lions, as these deposit of sand, clay and limestone grove, minute globules of oil are distilled from the plant and animal matter and nre caught, held and burled in the iimm of sand, clay and water which makes up the unsolidlOed roek. roldlnu of (lock Mai Oil CoHect M the oil Is ...

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 October 1919

' MMM MCWAM) i GOLD InW m a ftm ter Use mm hi mW Mv-I. , MftCkrffiLD, Catuajt. W HMNM. 4 W. ft JMM tm 111 PfMfeM hi AN Cewte COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO TNG CITY MARKET WLL1NG44AM ..AN mmLETWi Am fresh VK4CTAIMLES The Onyx Theatre WtCCtt Or OCTOMW im TO(PrilMW mtw Mwtmn SAIUSSsAV, Oiisssii' m ' nmkmu Mm mmam-jm.mmm. Mm inw. WSSeys mm! Vpsjo'se Sssjow. MJNMI . " TUMMY FMVATE HHJJfTS Rs Srach. MOT AND NTT, OMK Mm- Ceased; , ft'EtsNMNAY AWAXTS IMreereN-Man' AW Whiter. r TNIMNMY 2NIUg AM) OMCMCHS- A row-h Ms coMtdy. I.tWJSX KJT WHH' HamM LlditL - - FttMlAY BURGLARS Y WWXY-lnck Mckford. SATURDAY TARZAN OF TMfi AMES. COLUMBUS Blumbing Co, does ytkir work kcmt without delay veryrkasonakle JOHN II. COX, Manager Iatrd In Res wen I Ctrk llolel K. K. stsco LK-.EN9ED UNDERTAKER ANO EMBALMEH East Broadway Next lo Columbus llmg Co. LADY ASSISTANT MTN INf ANTRY I. the SMh InfMHrr A(M4M As- MMMkm k tommvtti wf Mm efft- NM i el(td M Of tfcO rfl- Now Open COLUMBUS GARAGE Donovan&McBilies Automobile Acce...

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 October 1919

w r WILSON XlMttftft, Editor, Publisher, Owner. failure fer the wkIw. Whel tittle success shey mrt with to ene Met. SUBSCRIPTION RATM Ono Year . Bit Month mi Three Monthi J One Month M ADVUIITISINQ RATES. Ono insertion, per Inch We Ono month, per inch... ....... ..3c Classified fait and reading notices, one Insertion, 10 cents per line by tlio month without change of kind copy, 8 centa per line. Minimum charge, 60 cent. Entered at the potto Ae at Co lumbus, New Mexico a second class null nutter. WITH YOUR ASSISTANCE Did you like the latt issue of the Columbus Courier? Ye. Welt, we liked It ounelvr and we re ceived many congratulation. When you realize that we were strangers, and that condition In the Courier office 'were chaotle, you aurely know what U in (tore for you In tlio future. We are going to give Columhu tlio bed newspaper ever published, not only In the city, in the state. We have had the training, tho experience, we have traveled well, and we are broad minded. We are goin...

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. — 3 October 1919

' IS. - f'f -?kl Pie Uolutniral fintmef IX. (jfMAJMaiM, LUNA COUNTY, NW MKXICO, 0CT4M S, . HWiM IsXIMtsXM, NOT1CS. A the hooksihavo arrived, school I progressing very nicely now. MWW! TIMCATKA LMMY MMMIK4) I A. WMta UMM t'my oV Worth of Ufarrlos hwI Tobacco Mr. L. A. Wlilla, who conducts tho tlgtt and candy stand (i tlio lobby of the Columbu Theater nn HroaiJway, tow Ilia -victim of bur glar early Monday morning. Tho Wet consisted of an armful of clg arcltcs and cigar. Finding the cigar iland looked Iho robhert used a brick and tiroko a largo front Wlass. They left no cluo. Columbus will boast of a new concreU bridge toon. Five people oro now employed In getting out Iho Courier. Mtko your tools safo with a good tool kit. Carroll & Norwood. Mr. W. Wakefield, selling adding machines, worked Columbus yester day. Mrs. Ii. M. Whllo, Is now cir culator for tho Kl l'aso Times in Columbus. Waul to sell your oil atockt Bay so through the Classified ad column of tho Courier. Tho recent wa...

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. — 3 October 1919

7m", maimu& mmm :IMRRMIINIi8 TRtjttssj WERE fASV IN MKJHCe CITY. Mealeo CKy, OcL A Jack John- o the wotM fcmcketl m KM Cal ler ki the tWi retttf of (Mr SB round mkh here this moeahtg. Alter ono ot the preliminary bout a quarrel ensued ever a de cision given by Antoato Earafcl, the referee, and Bart I drew a revol cr and lafefoily wounded Mig uel Mcndixabcl, one- of the judfea. WOULD ORGANWE STRIKE. Uryn Mawr, Pa, Oct. 3. MUa Helen Taft, acting president of the Urjrn Mawr college, declared today In an addrets before the alumni conference In the Bjrro Mawr cam paign for $1,000,000 to lnereate facility remuneration, that ahe wished tho professors of tho coun try would organize a union strike for higher salaries. THE COMMISSION PANACEA A politician when asked to do something turns It over to a com mission. When a real reformation it de manded we turn It over (o a com mission. When the people demand lhal the profiteer ho gono after with a club and hit profits reduced, the jHjIlllclan...

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. — 3 October 1919

from Notiut " oMtwulai'if evl- bamc I'M fey K ISM B6fl MWM IS) CefHMbw, in tto Gasssay 4 J.ww kd SMe ft KtfW Mst, i cet HMi Ml tlw tavsalasas as tlsa StaVrt of tfctf VntM Mm, ra- laUea thill awUteriaed to cohwmhco tke buwmiM of bank- NQW, therefore, I, JtiN Slttts T9K WMXIAIM, Co4r&llcr of tho, Currency, 1)0 hereby twllly that "tWf, YPHHt NATWNAL RANK W CtUMMM," In (h ViIIo of CeltmvHus, In the County of Uun, and BUto or Now Mexico, is authorised to commence (lie business of banking a provided in Section Flfty-Ono Hundred and Blxly-.NIno or tho rjovlscd Statutes of (ho United States. In testimony whereof witness mjr hand and acal or office this Sth day or September, 1010. tmS SKBiTON WKXIAMI, Comptroller or the Currency, First publication, Bcpl 10, 1010 Last publication, Nor, It, 1010. Department of the Interior, U. S. Und Office at Us Cruccs, N. M. September 12, 1010. Notlco it hereby given that Ben jamin T. Yotinu of El l'aeo, Texas, who, on August 20, 1013, mado Homestead Knl...

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. — 3 October 1919

M(BBMSi rws fmwm hk caynooc i Next BtMMby wtH he the wrtwMi fceetith Swwktr rtH- PenieeoH. The J feted eaatraet ter tfce renrtwe ' a'f the tww cfeweeh. The ofcuwh of the Notr fMHr. received durtag tho put week. Jurpea JeoMon t IM Max Roscon - 1.00 r, C Johnw ..... 1.96 E. 0. Johnson ... . . tJBS I. II. Cos . 1 .00 . Alberlo Rlchnnh ... 1.00 Caspar Estrada 1.08 Trcfima Kstrada (widow) ..... 1.00 Dr. a W. Field 1.00 rMutl Soriano ... 1.00 Manuel Eurequex . 1.00 11. l. Johnson 1.60 Sofia Ucrandox (widow) JO Eufanlo Trejo . SO AiKilonla Estrada do Enrique. JM Mr. Flcrro J50 Maria Marlines 2.00 Juan E. Valdespino 2.00 J-oopoldo Lopet 2.00 Francisco Jaramlllo 2X0 Jose I- Itctano 2.00 11. V. Ilcardon 8.00 J. L. Walker 5X0 O. E. Dean 5.00 J. L. Harris B.00 Ad re Valdot 5X0 A. D. Frost, nalti -valued at ... 7.00 Columbus Drug Co. . 10.00 W. a FraVII 23.00 Mrs. Borah Kerr. per. II. I Kerr 23X0 Mrs. A. L. Hubbard SO ihM sway 6f the turf to avoid de ception. The twti (ifbphesy much m!-refreesUt...

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 October 1919

6-I-IP .... m. nc otuMnw, lima tauten, mw maim, ecroam m, . 0 K Hughe - arr fathers HOLD REGULAR TUESDAY IEET mmcr caul Am mublky mix WvT RMI RMBr MB MtrVRfMMHI Tho Board of Vlllaeo Trustees met In regular tension Tuesday ovcnlng, October 7, 1910, Mayor J. R. Blair and Trustees A. Freder lckson, A. J, Evans and 11 0. Tracy present. The 'minutes of Hie ImI meeting. September 38, 1010 were read and awrovod, after which tho following bill were presented. J. L. Walker, Itemised mcr- cbuHWse . 912.36 Columbus Courier, publlh Ing poccedlng .......... 872 Motion was mado by Evan and seconded by Frcdcricluon that above billi be allowed; tho vote - vas: A. Fedcrlckson ...... Yea A. J. Evans Yea II. 0. Tracy . . 'Yea ' Application for building permits wero made and read by Viola L, Clark. Mrs. Kate 0"S)iay ami A. Landln. 'Motion by Frederlckson and so onded by Tracy that above appli cations bo granted also applications made by 1). W. Thompson and Mrs. Wright. The clrk wm instructed to Issue p...

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 October 1919

II MM CmWJ COVftUM lYOMGIWf FWPBffSET Nv mh! Mm Put AM DHrat Ah ay. TM) ywitwui. rm mmmx Locks huKrime WHh Tm Note rr-eK Year's WorfcatMlite WW Uiatlante the C.hamf tun. 1 New York, Oct I0.-Frank G, Mrnkc, iport writer for the Kl I'ato Timet has gut Hie dope on Dob Martin, who has to many booster in camp Furlong and ha writes ns follows: Those who are nursing thoughts of a mill between Jack Dempsey and llob Martin within the next 12 months aro coddling a vain horse. "I'm not going to let Martin tackle the mighty Dctnpsey before IWI nl the very earliest," Is tho way that Jimmy Uronson put It And Jluimy it the youth who It piloting the pugilistic destiny of tin youthful champion of alt the soldiering force of tho world. "llnrlln it a great ring man right now ono of the greatest In the world," adds Umnton. "Hut he i a hit shy In experience, lie will have to know a whole lot more alxmt the ring and it mysteries before I'll let him lako a crack at the supcr-champlon. Many a fight er hat ...

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 October 1919

I HMM MCWAfttt IN BOLD j UJ fUt ttw ira Hundred DeUaW Isf ssU aii" reward tor the wvasi Msjaart-, f iiifw tataffci f Oh MUM itPO liMmi. CtttU kfMMkHl Ml Itft flaMs iMfMS f& toll Mr-. a. BmcwrnLn, ctH- t ST INinRY ICE CREAM AN HiMri as" Messta AMI flMM VHWXUMJSg The Palace Market MNK MCAT8 AM) GWKXM Ait m i, wee rr GALL t m. n COLUMBUS FUEL COMPANY FOR COAL AND WOOD Swastika and Colorado Coal EmI of the 8Hk Prompt Delivery Wiiilt.lllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllltllllllllllllllllHIllllllllllll'llllllllllllii IWHH I lt-H W 11 Johnson Bros. mm hlaik . PuWIo Stenographer THOMAS J. C(M4'. United SUlts Commissioner Justice of Uio I'raco Nolory Public Columbus, Nov Mexico WHAT YOU AnE WOHTH TODAY IS NOT WHAT You Have Made HUT WHAT You Have Saved Many men realize till fact when they como (o mako an Investment or Talte an Inventory You are worth no inoro than you havo saved. How much more could you havo saved than what you havo It you had put your money In the Iiank? S...

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 October 1919

THE COLUMBUS COUMKtt Published EveryFrkh .WILSON K1LOORE, Edlurubllsher, Owacf. BUB9CMiTKN RATM Ont Year UN Six MonlM iJM Three Months M Oho Month .. Jt ADVEftTISlNO RATES. Ono Insertion, per Inch... c 6110 in6(.lli, per Inch. 3 Classified mU and readies notices. one, .Insertion, to cents per line; liy the month without change ol copy 8 cents per line. Minimum rliarge, 60 rents. Entered al the postoffle al Co- Imihus, New Mexico as second class mall matter. UUILDLNG OV COLUMMCS. Cities, like alt other thlnp in this life, were not created without a reason. It I presumed thai Co lumbus was at first thought ol because tha Kl Paso & South western wanted a water tank at this location. Naturally a coal liln was added, then the station pratur and agent They had to be fed and wanted to live as other men, so along came the women folk, then tho grocer and you might say the candlestick maker, although A. Frederickson might resent this. Then csme tin nloiwcr lownslle people; then tin army o...

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. — 10 October 1919

ttflR COCUMMM OOVMIM . - ! iMt.LiM (sawafMaA hv ft, you fiMMMr 'M Mai reottiti. 4liIlH)"vli AMuMseroufl at noon on 1liXf7li:;hM. ad mm with ttn .ter, wewtjara oi Uw reception - IcowMtMM .ai Mm Cftjr KM at lWi2?lw T W) -make pro lFft ' ' You vct tru,y r . A. A. LARRA20LA, WKhf-'! Oovernor. ilKXCMmit: AT CAMT FURLONG ' ' H MMM A MONTH '-$Df 211,1 Exchange, Camp 'Furlong. It ono place of business thejrnignliudo of which It generally unknown in uoiumbus. Twenty. two thousand dollars' worlh of mUlneH wu transacted In Sep .tcinbor, jiVIwi Is II remembered thai the ' averao aato la 25 cents aomn lilra ofTUfo' work enlalled can Iks arrived oi. Tho customers aro made up of, colored aoldlera, civilians ond camfiMOllowors: - rhohiltf la lmiul.l In iftTcf, halting goodsr cookies, melons, sort' drinks and Ico cream, Think qjrjnStalllflg CO gallons a day, and j Bum 'drops, you might say by the millions. "Ono order went to the- whole--salcri for $1500 worth of cakes. Til? Exchango Is ably managed ...

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. — 10 October 1919

i a sm .The e or UftKed State trw at KaefcH, N. N, ItM been mhmI "Chh Shannon," I kaaer Lieutenant Colonel James A. Mmh non (captain of tavalry) who sHed Oct, 8, 1918, from woufiik received In action ai Chatel-Cbehery, France, while commanding the 112th In fantry, &Hh Division. Lieutenant Colonel 8hnnon's homo address was ltcspcth Street, Chevy Chase, Md. Tlifl awarding ot a name to Um cunip of our squadron at Hachlt was duo to the elTorU or Ltoulennl Colonel Wlnnla, who It In command there. Colonel Wlnnla, In makbig tils request that a name bo given the camp, stated the camp had now grown to a also and Importtnco Justifying a name, and he recom mended that it he named In honor of Colonel Shannon. It U believed that n better name could not have been selected, as Colonel Shannon was a high type or cavalry officer and served with credit u a mere bcr of the 8th Cavalry during the ptmlllvo expedition Into Mexico, lie also commanded the Apache Indian scouts during tho expedi tion. to...

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. — 10 October 1919

ci.gkii t mc ;r umx MMS)Ay, (SCTMtft, M PA4WC M MMH Toita, Xsmi; t MMM (Chert W.) Mmm, "The Jsi f tin) l)ttl4WM99l &4t Midi W(k vkihw of ft auifctew Wwese, Ke wae im clocks are to he set beck mm how at 2 a. m, ehmday, Octo- denee jnwwled to the tmtaetowd (NT UMM hi Mm YHtasre of COhMMMU, M IS OMMlT Of LttM Ml Mate of Htw Mmfae, fc nm- Dtit saMh jV fwd"" feutred Is be eompIM wHtt before an MsetttM stall he uttterlaed to commwwn 11m huwiitw of kHk- to; NOW, ttverefow, t. MMN 8KSL TON WMXMMa, 0M4rHer of the Cttrreiwy, 4e hereof ertlfy ul umc riMrr natwnai. RANK W OOLUMM)," In the Vlllaje of CoiuntrtM, In the County of Luna, and Stale or New Mexico, li authorised to cemnence the business of be4ilfvg m provided In Beclion Fifty-Owi Huattrcil and Sixly-Nlne of lh Revised Statutes of the UUd Wetes. In teHtawey whereof witness my linil and seal of oflleo lhi CUi day of September, 1010. JOHN WM.LlAHf, Comptroller of tho Currency. First publication, Sept. 10, 1010. Last publication, Nov. ...

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. — 10 October 1919

MrtvtnM r m Umfa-lsfced visWee turl theweek, AtaeM I)km were Mr. and Mrs. Bassctl, MIm JiUlol KeDenald, MIm GrCu Htynold. Tko visitors have been the bono and sinew of th comnwulty work in these parts. Their vlilt meant much to the wcl- faro of our work at this particular time. We. were also graced with the presence of our local Red Cross worker In the person of Mr. Ilubltnrd who come to us from Denver, Colo. Mr. A. o, lirtnclie has re cently been appointed matron of Iho girls' club In connection wild the war camp community service ' In Iho old lank building. Mr, llranche come to Columbus from Hay 8L Louis, Miss. For several year she was the principal of the Watclsml public school, Wave land, Miss. She come to us with the hearty support of the clllien shlp of Columbus In tho matronshlp of the girls' clult Blip, wishes to announce that all tho club that have formerly been meeting in tlio parlor of tho girls' club may continue to uo so the ram (lay and time. If desired. However, If a c...

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 October 1919

C n Hughe MW (j jits - , tmtkl lw j Luna Co. Ming Retirees LODGFS SIWnUriRESKMTWLaM ExMMt it Fair nsnts in Ntw raw Columbus and Lum county will make history In the near future aa m ef Uw mm! active mmlng Itetdt In New Mexico. For the past wee the town bsn been In tfca throe of mine and mlaltHr, oil and drilling. Two comfwnlea formed for mmlng this week In Columbus frreJn 1Kb Initial lo and a mmh bcr of up-lato mining men aye hero In alloniknce el conference. The Courier bent on reliable mformalloa of everything pertain ing to mining hae dlKuvered Jut wt It ! after and what the cKlaent here want to know In raeeal leeuw of the Dcming Head light and tubeeguently we clip eeptawly wltt dtie credit to tho Ttte Courier received the fol tewing letter thli morning from M. S. Xm of Demtog: KdHer; Columbu Courier: The prlto etieok of $15.00 awarded Grant county for beet exhibits hat beep made out and rorwarded to Mr. 0. Wlcr, Hanover, New Mexico, ' President of the Itcpublin Mining and Milling...

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 October 1919

LUNA COUNTY ML NEWS &. v Prmmcwl fcy Expats ti U if il- - Of u (hut ihero Is much oil In (he holo, The well this cotniany is tsrHlln In Dayton b few Bwwa hwitwr north baa. already pastlffTS) Crti.l nuLfV. flit--T The Commonwealth Pelrotswn Comply l'ckcl by California eap llalltls, ha acquired twos ' Hw IcMet o( lao Koswell DM Develop merit Company, This company" ha l selected lis first drilHtNt 4 In iowaHif) eleven town tnt n leen cut near Tlnnlc In wSieni Chares rountjr. r J'AiipecU for oil at the Valley oil jimipany well are. selling bet ter 'and better every day. Im roirtral oil nvn. real oil experts ' experience from various fields, are in Columbus dearly every day nd a tier a trip to llio welt they un- IttsllHllngly pronounce tho "con iMUaoV as near perfect as possible. Tlw Courier Interviewed an El Paso man Tutsday night who had just returned from the Held and his (tot remark was: "You're going to vr oil out there. I am familiar xuHd everything I saw while there tkiy and I...

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