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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 December 1919

fMDAY, btCKMtitfi S, Mi. PAak kkm EM Reading for hCrimbus School (From the High School Record.) hie following pupil hvo nellhcr been anion nor tardy a sinio my during itib'monlh of October. ' I drilo-- . ArthunCarter. Hay; Evans. Clias. Andrews. . Htuler IjovclU Eddlo Macfcey. Arthur Stork. WallmOlcalcy, Clias. White. Wwlcy-lMcck. Owen Woodland. Earl Hess. Fred Hughs. Moses Crew. EarKEIdcr. Wfille Vllson. Chas,-Treeman. Thos. Lee. Austin Janson. Phljls Frtderlckson. Anlona Apadaka. Mildred Farrar. Florcnco Johnson. Alice Man. , Kvclyn Young. lllscnto Oullndo, Illllle notilnsoa. Nclllo Dobey, aiacl'ys Flack. Albert Davis. II tirade , CnrlolauAcosln. Potro Coldcron. Huby Doby.. Addln Jorgcnson. Angela Kamlscz. Wllllo Good. ' Mlirel fiilvas. III Grade James Ilrldge, Francis CortrlgliL Marlon Walker. Btcvo llelnrlck. Felipe licnrlck. Etta Cartor. Mammiii Dials. Klolio Meek. Ilernlco llobinson. IV Grade r Jessalyn lllggs. Jim Thomas. Kelly Wright. Georgia Wright. Edgeva Hampton. Emllcan ...

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. — 5 December 1919

II HOfc start JtUDAY, MdCM1lUk. I, M& Save this circular and wait until Saturday, Dec. im Quit Business Sale Entire Stock and fixtures of The H. Nordhaus & Soni Co., Columbus store to be sold out at once. 1 1 inn Sale Opens Saturday, December 6th at 9 a. m. m. Ul IT! For the biggest, best and most startling bona fida going out of business sale ever known Uf 1 IT! Iff HI I ! m tbisTpart of New Mexico. It is past believing, $35,000 worth of new, up-to-date Fall ff Hi I and Winter merchandise will be thrown on the market at the mercy of the buying public. 4 STORE BUILDING For Rent To anyone ileslring a business house, we will transfer the balance of our 5 year lease at a monthly'rental of $75.00 not including fixtues. All Fixtures for sale. .". A Masterful Demonstration of real BARGAIN GIVING THIS MERCHANDISE MUST RE TURNED INTO CASH IN A MUMMY IMMENSE STOCK 1 MAGNIFICENT IIAIIGAINS! HUNDREDS OF HUH PMISESt MAKE UP YOUM WANT LIST AM) THEN COME TO THE TWENTIETH CENTUHIES MOST RE...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

County i4i7FI jinn ijmtm THE COLUMBUS COURIER yul n. rW. CMKMMatdMiiiEW WATER SYSTEM XntuMBoMlDttluiiMMlWir rnR CITY K iHRFf) 11 I.m brtn omn litllft limn lnootbcu "Iw did not fit" la Iho llnl "II III I I III nUUUIlLU It Iim been tomo lltllo time slnco wo have ald unwilling about our work, but that dues not nccciusarily mean that wo have, been tdlo an on organization; on tho contrary wo have been very busy, too husy in fact to talk. And we aro "till busy, but wo must tell you about what wo art' doing for Christina as well ai a few other cotes of importance. In tho first place, slnco writing you last, wo have rcorganlied tho W. M. V. and aro meeting every Thusday afternoon at tho homes nf tho member for lllbly study. Mon day of this week wo met At the homo of Mrs. 1. Mack and packed a good ly box of clothing, a recently fin ished quilt and bags of randy and nuts, for tho Stalo Baptist Orphan age at I'ortalcs, N. M. Nor Is this all the mlulon work that has been accomplished. During th...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

' 'v si' ACiI TWO FMDAY. llECEMllBM . IM. TR C0LUtJ OOURfSR. DANIEL & HAUGUE Bought and Sold NEW STORE Om Uck wttt Ckrk Hottl ccNnes ficrr mcs mm rem acm. muntrnanck The apportionment of t34327J3T from (he current school fund amona Ihe SA counties of the state was an nounce)) today by Superintendent ol Public Instruction Jonathan Wag ner. The apportionment was made on the basis of the school census, tJKJ going to every boy and girl enumerated for school purposes. llernallllo county got tho biggest share, having the biggest school enumeration, and Do Dacca count) tlm smallest. The amounts received by each county follows: Euum- Counly eralion Amount DernaUtlo 1L333 VSZznXG Chavei UI7 II88.ln Colfax 6,083 lU.OiOJC Curry 3JI0 0,3i0 I)e Dacca t.HO 3.189.13 Dona Ana 02SS HjBOO Eddy 3,1(1 B,WOM' Oranl 7,628 2l,739J8u Gaudalupc ?900 Bfi2Z) Lea 1 HH. t,Kl& Lincoln 3,119 801.15 Luna 331 9,501.90 Moro 4,012 I3t0.70 Otero 245 8,lC5i3 Quay 4.0CQ lljS&SO Wo Arriba C.CJ5 17,370.75 Iloo...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

TH COLUMBUS COURIER, MBgW,llilillllil IgBBHBWW mmm COLVMBVS THEATRE DOE! V I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24 ? BIIX HART In That Far Noilh Play HELL HOUNDS OF ALASKA Saturday, Dec. 20 Little Miu Deputy Figuring TEXAS GONAN STVNG Starring GALE HENRY Sally and Napoleon (MONKBv&r Dreamy Chinatowu Hew Catholic Pastor in Charge llnv. Fnllicr Von Uoclhcm, K. or 0. chaplain, has been appointed n lorof Iho locnl Catholic Ghurclt Father Dlshop whom lie succeed ht still going to keep tils ix'sldeneo hero. Ho Is pastor of llachlta ami (ho missions attached thereto. Nol urally Fnlhcr lllshop, who ,aw the new Cnthollc Church building In Columbus to completion, will always ho most Interested In Iho splritucl and tcmpor'nt welfare and progress of the Holy Family Church, willed ho niado possible hero In Columbus. Ho will work co-Jolnlly wllh the new pastor in gathering funds fm llio new church and la bringing Hid same to completion. In order lo aid In this way Father lllshop has renl cd a house sufficie...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, liilD. PAOE FOUR THE COLUMBUS COUMEft. THE COLUMIHFS COURIER Published Every Friday. F,slahltshcd Ten Yearn (1000.) WILSON KILOOHK population Just about Iho latno per cent dial tho aforesaid rural legis lator and tho city long-hair misrepresents. Editor, Publisher, Owner. BtnacntPTioN rates- - Ono Year .... 32.00 Six month 1.00 Threo months .... .00 One month .23 ADVERTISING RATES Ono insertion, per inch . 0c One month, per Inch 30c On First Page, pgr Inch 60c Classified ads and reading notices, one Insertion, 10c per Una; by the month without chance of copy, 8c per Una. Minimum charge, 600, Entered al Iho postoftlco at Co lumbus, New Moxico, as second class matlT We Bo LETTERHEAD PRINTING on roil lilt: I.OVK (IF MIKE T'ta. has ld all billiard halls nl ix!rooms in the state which have tmtti run for profit. The legis. laUon is all wiong. Tlio )ig hair down there an- lakinsi all III Jov out "f life. "Hesmlalkw" is what they nnl A wll eonduettd billiard nviiii. hi....

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

rTUDAtf, UECBMUEll JO, lOtft, THE COLUMBUS COURIER. PAOfi t-'IVK t4 get Dressed for Xmas iHE well drcmil young man ii prepared to mingle wltk tMrrriTtll men. Mia nlnik.. .,1.1 ... .!. f Jf " 1 tlacifon which ii dlfTieult to acquire in any other way. , He feels It, and otheri scci it. It pushci him forward in the swift moving game of life. uur luiti anu lurnishingi tor voung men arc ideal In every reipect stylish, but not flashygenteel but not dudlili. They arc a iucccsi in evrry line. ,We Invite young men who would advance in the world toyook them over. Any taitc can be satisfied, any figure can be fitted. Capin & Son J. A.jANHKRSON. mcsTAuinvr MAN, SHOT Tlllllili TIMLSj condition is ciutical A soldier named Gladys of Ilia 31th Infantry ihol James Anderson, well kngwn (Hh dealer and proprlo lor Qf a small restaurant on Tuft M reel, Saturday nlglil. Anderson was sliol llirco timet In t ho lirrail. 110 Is In a critical condition nl the liesptbiFw'hJIi) Gladys wa lutked up In llnVa...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

X. St "S3KSO THE COLUMBUS COURIEft. Friday, fiEOKMnea io, vr Buy a residence site in Manhattan Heights the exclusive residence section. Streets graded and water back of each lot. See our new bridge Third street north. CARL ft ENGENDORF, owmrs. on B. E. CISCO LkmsmI IMertakir and Embalmer East Broadway Next to Columbia Drug Co. LADY ASSISTANT WHAT THE V. S. ARMY DID FOIl U.B MAN Entitled in tlio army April 10, 1017, II Init a physical wreck, had al symptoms of consumption, wclgheo. 1W pounds, was six feci tall, and had choal measurements of 35 t 3TH niches. Stoop shouldered, hau almost dully hemorrages from thi nese, was physically unlit to take tutrt In many athletics. After two months' IralnliiK will Machine Uun troop of (ho 10 Cavalry Willi regular hours' work, regulai houn' 9ln. daily reercallon, an pioiH'i- food, began to piok up. Ii IUI8 took nclive port In Camp .Mil led, Iatr in IWglmcntal, and DIs- Irict Alhhttles with the following re ull: July 4, 1018. Won tlio day at swimm...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

FRIDAY, DECEMBER i(, THE C6LUM6US COURIER PAG ftttVfgJf COAL -!- OOJGj Black Dmum Ctrrifcc, Dawm axil (kKt? JAY O'LOANE (MTIcf.! OLOAM5 MJH.ntNfl. UK. TROY w krki: IN MURDKK CASK Dr. 0. B. Troy of Halon, ft. M, who wos ticlil to (ho grand jury on n murder charge following llio death nf Iiis wlfo Innt August, lias been exonerated and lliu charges dis missed by tho district attorney. The acllon follow tho final report of n chcmlil who was employed to mak nn autopsy. Ho found that tho rryslals which n chemist found at Ihn preliminary examination of the llssuo taken from tho arm whero two punctures had been made was not alrychnlno ns at tint be hoved, but hyacln. Dr. Troy had testtllcd that ho had Injected the hyncin to rcllovo Iho suffering of Mrs. Troy and to counlc'rnct tho ef fects of strychnlno which ho los tilli'il tho had taken Internally Willi suicidal intent. The ease attracted considerable attention nild Mr. Troy's parents. Mr mill Mm. II. II. Whipple went to Italon from Kansa...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 December 1919

f WDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1010. THE COLUMBUS COUftlER. PAGE EtOllT T OYS FOR THE KIDDIES . . . Eastman Kodaks for Grownups Dainty Christmas Presents Stationery, Toilet Articles, Leather Goods and Novelties. CANDIES ACENTSSSrous CANDIES :: Parlor Drug Store Columbus Church Folks Celebrate i '.oulinutd from Page Onei duneand it can bo done yet It tins i a five-year campaign. We can do ao 1tli the full as surance that the local church will reap ill reward therefrom for the tame spirit thai prompts our inta eton ni'livltlM Is going to redound to the succoring of the needs of the linnv church. We will not ten Hi home rhure: suffer. Not only so but we have I tils faith In Ills prom ises. That when wo havo obeyed the injunction that Is plvwi to all Christians, namely, "(Jo preach the gospel lo all (ho world," we con look up and know thai (1ml will provide a way for tho care and upkeep of the local need. Uod Himself will not suffer the home body to fall'. He will lake eare of Ills own. Truly thi...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 December 1919

County Clerk, inprr Luna County THE COLUMBUS COURIER " 1 f fVLvmvn, luna ommrv, Mfw mkxko, bccemmeh as, w. .SI.L...I St No. 31. kHMn Pfwi Kritt flit Tta ftdlttt SwiKirif Cnwri Sns Qnr hii Kid Payo added another K, 0. lo till record Christmas afternoon and Rabbit Hogcn and Cump FurloB k lu mourning. In the sixth round a right arm Jolt to the Jaw look I ho 'Rabbit off lila feel and he fell face forward upon tlto mat and after tho rcfereo liad counted 10, and he could havo counted a hundred, the defeated idol of the Stlli Infantry mi carried to tho dressing room tent and tho Mex ican from 1 Pato was still tho light, weight border champion. Major Lackland waa tho referee and no referee, at no time, hot over had anything on the major. -He had more atflllty then tho flghtera ap parently and probably was as tired as cither of them at tho finish. As tho two fighters entered (ho ring and stood "at attention" to snap-shotted their physical condi tion drew tho attention and tho cheers of the c...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 December 1919

, FRIDAY, tfcMftttft ,, P JUO TWO THE CoLuKattS CoUKtJSR, NEW MEXICO NEWS 1GDEML BG Hearst's Marine a Liberal Education! MUVKfMM HAW CATTUt AMB ! W AT 1 K Vto a-sttr ttattisitata VM up f sfriiHiswi aWk tl at LartU ttK hy Dr. 0, P. Autta, mUh local hortWt eicr, ml wtUi fentern mttt Way. Daetar Austin milo A LoTammIm cplHt a passen gcr on the I rain, u tauai to havo nvalleot. At lcHt Iralnnwa sus- pec led ho had and telegraphed Dr. AuUla before the train reached Lonlsfeurg. The doctor confirmed their suspicion sad taA. Iho capltal Ul taken off Iho train and placed In Isolation In the town. llio capitalist's fellow traveler wcro vaccinated by the doctor. The number of "contacts" was not given. The Pullman car In which the "case" was found was sidetracked at Lordsburg and fumigated. The "contacts' however, were allowed to continue on their way after being vaccinated. They wcro transferred to other cars. Tho name of tho capitalist was withheld, tho health department re garding tho report...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 December 1919

TBI c6luvM cxmatm w 8uy a resilience site in Manhattan Heights exclusive residence section. Streets grtdedi and wter beck of mk lot. See. our new bridUe on street north. C4EI k EXGEKDORF, txyrn or rm nav,u Byr.lHord 0. Blood, In Soulh- mlcrn MaBmc, jjThe, departure of Clark Brother ImI wotk Ui locate (ha Mr ledgo of likjli grailo copper oro which they cljm In discovered thirty years go brings to mind tho'fact tfiit just now Navajo county Is the celer of Interest for thousands' ol je;pK Tho owning of any section ofhllhcrlo closed territory always creates an Influx of people and nioro or, lens excitement, lint on account of IU peculiar history' and tho Irn dltlont attached to It, and the, talc of treasure seekers ever since, the time of Altar Nunez Cabeza do Vacn, tho opening Jif this large territory heirs peculiar Interest. Thoro l ono class of men who aro particular ly Interested (ho old-timers, tho old prospectors, tho original treasure seekers, tho pioneers of tho South west. Beca...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 December 1919

w IHiiULiiiiil.ni ,11, THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published Every Friday. KsUhlMwi Tim Years (tOOO.) WILSON KtLGORE. tMer, PufeUstior. Owner, 8UJfCUPTKN RATES One Yew - 82.00 Mix mafttfci t.00 Three mmHm 0 Una month .25 ADVERTING RATES Ono Insertion, per Inch Ono month, per Inch .-40o 30o On First Page, per Inch EOo Classified mil and reading notices, one insertion, lOo per lino; by tho month without change of copy. Be per lino. Minimum charge, GOo. Entered at the poatolllco at Co lumbus, New Mexico, aa second class inaucr. TfcDo LETTERHEAD, PRINTING Oft PUVfl "UNCUS JIM," A Utile over a year ago two men met In El Paso, ono was a success Jul business man, tho ollmr on ac count of experiencing many ups and downs was broke, or nt. least badly bent, but he was resourceful. Ho was a younger man than his successful companion, a good talker and full of energy and his keen business eyo was ever a-stanl for an opening, "Undo Jimmy," as the elder man was affectionately known to his In llmales. was...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 December 1919

4 '? MM, weak im. THE COUHtl. Bmas Better Less for Money MM MHA Mw risk MM Yftufc kata liakfea4ka wtii ocmnet mm W hl mmI mm bo - Wy who 4mIcm k. be fwe. Wni lit im mere mkm4 Wi keen. mm irf (Mm bt (Ms met Urn w paw wa Uto mt wttfc moderaf m4M? Wo mT M WHY WR MAVK IN STOCK Ml MANY SUITS (' asm oLvrnm rmr mxm m: otrr iw style, they am: com. VAN WO M) NOT COST AS J4tCM MONEY AS TWK FKEAKS. i Capin & Son MAfM(J. M. MLAJtt 64YK0 '"CHECK rm MUXST MIA VERY Jncaders'of Ihe Courier will recall IhojKcount published of tho al femplod robbery of OUIr & Hcll JurgTr aafo several weeks ago wherein wm mentioned Ilia fnct liut.ilio Blair family wot awakened by Miss Anita Johnion and nolillcd of (Hp burglary. OriTihd particular morning referred to, Mis Anita, who by llio war, li liio popular daughter of Mr. and Mm. 'Echo Johnion, was awakened by burglars using heavy (oola upon the safe. Disregarding tho danger of runnlug into a -lookout." for tho robtierao darted out of her homo, rattoltho B...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 December 1919

FRIDAY, rlMSMMW, til. - PAO BtX colv;mus courier A. D.Frost FSE1 wBirmrt ihimn von W. X. KUMtr, b AAV MAN, MOT AT BY MNtTAJTY MfKE MCTUWB I WGBL NEW V Jick'i Newi Stand THE UNIVERSAL CAR There arc moro than 3,000,000 Ford ears in dally scrvlco (hroufhoui tbo world, and fully eighty per cent of these arc Ford Touring Car. Thero are many reasons for (hi, not llio lead of which U lha simplicity In tho design of tho car, so easy to understands Itkowlso It is oaiy to operate; and mighty Inexpensive compared to other motor cart. On tho farm, In tho city, for business and for fam ily pleasure, 11 la tho car of tho pcoplo and tho do maad la Increasing every dy. Let us have your onto promptly If you want one EVANS GAHAtii; TENTH OHL, WELL TO BE STARTED L t'ECOS VALLEY t ROSVYELL 15 BOOHING Ever' Hotel, Hoomlns House anil Home Occupied; Many Oil Men Coming. The. tenth oil well Is to bo started In tho lower Pecos valley shortly. Tho Commonwealth Oil company of New York already has the drilling...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 December 1919

i) 'J ft Q a HUN bMRMMn Ml, tm5 imuknoii couwan 'i mil Stealing A Claim . . . 14 wW ret Um nsafe kmm tt sjawl taaa ftaatunaai of SNft s4twk a the mwy wMt mm Im Um twavt rf-thdr tmtm.m to Mw I offer My hm mm mt CITY MARKET - e, BrMkr. 2W MDKO UKRt.Y MXT YKAR (Alswuerajue Journal.) II Is quite jH-obMa that New Mex, Ico Will Iwvo two representatives In eoiwcs after March 4, Wit. Thin itftto wm t-ltowad (wit congressmen during Krrt er or statehood, lml under I He apportionment fixed iy congress based upon (lio census of 1940, ono representative was lol. Congress made It necessary Mr (tils' stale to havo a population of 4i3,75l In onkr to have two repre sentatives In tho lower house, but tlio 1BI0 census showed a population of only WL3QI. But the estimate of the census bureau of 1018 Rives (hi ilalo a population of 437,000 In round numbers. Ttiero should bo a rcsicn- nbln Incrraso for tho rear 1010 lo b added, and unless actual tabulation by tho enumerators should show tho annual estimat...

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 December 1919

J'AOE EIGHT: AT M. K. CMUMCM .Owkfems Evo al the Methodic CfcWKh wm celebrated In Iho usual wair. Mm. Mud E, Stovwwon had charge ot 14m arrangements and was ably asakted by Mr. E. M. Dean Mrs. Qeorsa W. Barton had diligent ly trained tK chlkran volcra fur Christmas carol. Messrs. Taylor, Weld and Sloven ton were Iho Three who men ot the East." A great bfe Christmas tree, flhtd many colored eleclrio Hht and the boughs were badly bent with their load of tandlcs, goodies and nut for Iho children. The kiddies were full of Christmas cheer and also of Iho sweetmeat, and tho parents were happy too, and eo Ihojky, closed for tho Methodists. MST. ' , TO KCTUKN G. t. HAWKH 1 Pato Time Deputy Sheriff C. M. Uroolt re lumed from Doming Friday without 0. D. Harper, of F.l I'es, wanted hero to answer a charge of removing a mortgaged automobile. Word from Dcmlng said Harper bad been ar rested and was willing to return to 1 Paso. Harper used to bo a county speed officer In El Paso. NO COXFHWATION OF...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 January 1920

Mil Tin nnn ritiiiiwi tmk Tiiiiiiwiiwbi " t . ri-Bi. ! Ififl ill iilllM ,av Desert M Mgtt mmsmm XI auw b2 tm in will mate into law M M S huUdaav hi e, Tft Courier. tikd Culm. Mmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm fit Ke fachstw Stw I ' - . af r - I , WM. KLEIN, I HppaaaaaaapjHaaa rW Viajpiar? SiaWrfrp fM- 111 -m "rw lac , ,i 1 l& ritrmwtt ana rfosociw I m. "4L.. riA -mix i n-L i ink. i br rtiii niiiiiDa dbbi i 4BkT. wng 1919 ''; J f its Ifteeeftsing and Assured !PVi:' c rWffiri ii'iBii- i .1 ' finii. wttfMnraattlwonl- urm asK ar urn. uiMmrint iw itaie of wt fty iw h- WMH put i a sw if M mi ai ar at Mvtukn tot rear, funk a ample to Mr, Ivy, tei protwuiwad p M MkTX tM WWW. Stanch. JU r, waa boon hmum ur lie man- Mi fcoaamr, (a kfi Ihn ktrt Mid una BrmHwa any scno of r ajofed by I ri ft MtMt tMffteiftnnirt Ban Furlon. h x.l. ........ il IU l-(.f"t.i...,UJ I.. M. u WW MP. QM MM Up IWfor UtMrtUeD many tlaw.4. but hi evidently feceti flTll Udjajatiaft of tlnnif ttwae lilted n Ml uaa m n raw...

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. — 2 January 1920

-WBaaui.M.. i wmm -anaaam Mnun Ban nrfi uua ib 'bh mwihbi ai miiwiimiim i'iihiim i im ii iii i wp ni ii iiimi i iiii i n i TIT HIITIMM M tidak.s waw 4b aha Uantn " "."IT,. iTTTi I t I III Mil I I ! I I -. I r-'-fUmsibHR 9 fm. munftv mm jiaim;-r5a rzsmiZEvsmssELmmmmi umpwim in mi h ... ' : 1 . JffliBfWpW lfeHK ' . ; I. wffwRsw i i H ir in t - t -I 1 iffrrTnTirrriTMMir imBKSK t flaw Mosdan nan iHanma faaasncs tka wk wrM tme ka Tka UMI af linll W iliSMiat R to Mid Stwdty knoah oaiy ono at yaar it loor hut mar Usm at Um k door. WoE, Mr T hav Um Unn-h with twrnr and tkar yu ara, no. MM Th Mnpknat Mutto dam aerras lha Hto ?imd Jo Jw Stexteo, Wi Mm Ua Cwm Crtte, etahty-two mita north of Kt Vi,tmfMA kW R . mm the greatest asoraao reservoir in ine wurm. tm dam I th largest (ruclur of Hs kind rvpf uiwtartlken liv the Bftv- Mawl. Iw fountton lies l0 feet betaw Um kM f Uw tiw wlHi a imm m fM UOek. IU eri Is m fat akjave Um bed roek. wlUi A wMtk t eMteN fvH axc!uivo of IMMiM, wklok form a pflrmt...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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