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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

' HA X i V4 1 win ,m rAMim. w MKO ON THW FA KB MMNMH IN WW AMU xtat rankwwi nvnvam W MM. MCMIMVNi CAW tt UT TMK CITIWSM KTKTK RANK Of RAMONA, OJiLA. OMBMNU WWW KrMHMNI KM HW AC- (4SNK '"JW PIWW iRwBW(s8SJk CMC LAW ' WW- tMMrVtK i'MINMBNK sMwe rats." i VOTE MMA TWINS WW ' AM MgiMWTAwrgjwr wim tmc vttwj yjwBpwo AMR tHR KEMDICNTll Of LUNA COUNTY WHICH KM mm; nekn ot wwrm- AW.fi VALUE. WmUE HE wac waiting ran an MMMM1 IN MIS CWMHN VOCATION OF HAMM1NO m: -nmrnxnr in rkal ESTATE IN A (MALL WAV. CM.I'MM;, (3ATKWAY TO I MIBjHCO, AT TwAT TUNC INMMCO LAMCife TO Md CAM? CAONMM W THK X COtAJMMCfi STATE RANK, t ilAMEo Greenwood PRESIDENT OF THE COLUMBUS STATE BANK ) FOR THE "I FfifQ LATURE" OF T03S State of New Mexico JAMCS I. OMCKNWOOO MXvVw: cannon op tm: : COLUMNL'8 KI'ATK HANK IN M13. TWO YKAIO) LATCH ! .1: rkcami: rwouiicNr. OINCK THAT TtMK Ng SAW: HAS ttMCOMK a : HWVRMIOLO WOMB" IN COLUMBUS A NO LUNA CO. m cot:!, ts mvmmm . akkaws or rue cotmitn : NITY ANO IN UPMJILH. 1NU COLUHRUS MAS RKK....

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. — 12 March 1920

m OOUUMMM cotmnn WlU&H iULOOM. dtier, IThMMmt, QwaW. On Year SHx wont) tJW M . ABYtMTMt.Vd MATHS One Insertion, per tech We One month, per Inch ,3tfo (n t'irrt Paea. per Inch Jto ClapMed d ana rattling notices, otto Insertion, tOo per lino; by the month without change of copy. He per lino. Minimum charge. BOg, Kntered t the poslofflce at Co lumbus, Now Mexico, a second class mutter. mmM. of rm: kmt hkss stuff. At the Farmer-Labor congress In Chicago nn official of the Non-I'ar-tltan league from North Dakota advocated cooperative newspaper, dallies and weeklies run by tlto famicra' organisation. He chanted that the press was crammed with distorted news and prostituted and debased In the In teresl of capitalism, and that the league must have IU own nnvs ivapera. In North Dakota ho claims thiy he 63 weekly and two dally pa pers devoted to Non-l'artlian Leagui Interests that net all the public printing and advertising and no other papers can live. "Wc can make no progress," add Mr. ...

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. — 12 March 1920

m C6UAtBjt m APPAREL mfmW NfW SPRING MARING , . i?.'r . m'.m - 4 c w 1 READY TO WEAR Offering the trade the latest models in dracMs, skirts and waists, direct from the best designers m New York. We invite you to call and inspect the style we are showing in wearing apparel. An entire page of descriptions, using numerous adjectives and adverbs, will not give you as good an idea of the goods we offer, as fifteen minutes spent in looking through pur line vac? PIECE GOODS New Silks, Georgettes and Woolen Fa brics. Exquisite Styles in Fancy Heavy Silks for Dress Skirts - - SHOES - - - Spring Stock of Men's and Women's "Walkover Shoes" just in Largest Stock of shoes in southern Luna County. MEN'S DEPARTMENT New Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Ties. 'We will save you money on your wants. ITHE BAZAARl ' ' k COLUMBUS, N. M. ,., j ; . .-... . . .. ... J - If s 4- m in Vote for the Waterworks and Sewerage System Bond Issue 1 3 C. W. Powers is one ofthe larg est property owners in Colum bus. Owns and...

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. — 12 March 1920

tin cdUftiift. mmmmum& 3 9aKlilSkiikraleek. STAR PERFORMER3 mtmmh wm m mm. m x l. Talker Line f a QUALITY 108. Hartwtfi Mi Fwiittire J W A. WAKEFIlD, 'HwfYMtor TW dritttasg o)patk of Mm Fkni OH Co, lx ml lea from Dem IhmM M mile from Silver CHy, are altraettae attention throughout she JfeulhftrtL Mid especially In UfHt Mid l.una Counties, because of ine net that ir a wen u nrotHrt jn. ii will open tip a new oil field, says (lie Sliver City Independent Numerous Silver City peoplo have metered (o (he iceno of llio com psny'a drilling kite, a mils from .SpaMlng station on the Santa Fa railway, and all aro enthusiastic with the chewing ol nil and gas at C.IUFOKNU QiOCOLftTE Sf lOT KMC'S CWtfECTHNERY The Palace Market MEATS ANO GROCERIES ros. urn: .nus: MtoS lltribt' f Cement Sidewalks General Contracting Paul I. Walker, Contractor. JAZER.UPI Daaelng It not enjojed without good Mt-lIckllH music. Try POWERS' ORCHESTRA Bos 313 or address Courier Leave Vow Order for A torn CAR 6AKAGC K ...

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. — 12 March 1920

JUST ARM VJP isurrsAT REASON AftLE PWCES TIIE 1ATEST PATTERNS '" 1 SOFT AND STARCHED Capin fit Son Cthmiws Betthnc Works tin: mct in all sorr mhnns -Try- Our Good XX Ginfcr Ale tHES YtMJK LAUNDRY M.E.V8K YtHJ New Laundry Man New Machinery 'slid wo will Moon be In our NEW BUILDING I'HON: 25 CetUMBVS STEAK LAUNBflY. BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK A Bargain Tho west half of block 6, Kast SMo Addition. mo0 eaih.Equal to 13 25-fool tots. Two 2-rni houses on four lots on comer, Military Heights, 11,380. Rents for 930 per month. Five-room house close in, two lots, WOO; rents for 9& per month. CARL & 3SNGENBORF Pitt! StsTMf SmMl Cwwwh H M '' Glimpses of 4 great stories! TUB changa In Patat'a uptwlon wn wondarfal to ae. "You ill J wlra nif "' ha ucWmrd. "I'm so glad I " Why, h did not ay nor did aha aat. "I'm aoiry about your falhtr," aha mur mured. "Tarrlbly aorry. I I think that I mlajadf ad him" A shadow of pain ortrcatt rain's fact. "Pli" ha bn. Dot aha htmlad ont ' I I think that Judfln...

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. — 12 March 1920

V )NEf it it it HARDWARE SUNDRIES tXAXTOfttx.K rmmm, mm o jtt " TRM; VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, GUITARS, UKJJLE UK, SNAftft MWM4, pORWTO;' BMsCTRrC IH5K LAMM, 8MC ABO TWO LMHtY,' BMKittB I, SOCKETS, I, 8 AND 3 WAYS: f'KftOWiAT (WWLLH, TOASTERS, HAIR CURLERS, STOVIW,. IRONS AND IN FACT. MOST ANYTHING IN THE M.BCTRW LINK IU'08 FROM .61 TO tf.jW AND WILL FOrVhK NEXT TEN DAYS GIVE ANY ONK .0TF FOR cash only. aeo3 vnoH nsa to mees MAT TRESSES, SPRINGS, DRESSERS. WAMI STANDS Mil Carroll and NORWOOD HARDWARE SUNDRIES . mn TABU UBRABT TABMMltm TA MJttV iomfm, STftAKT OBAIIM, KlTMsW CAB imm, com stoves fom ims to oo cook from, aw) nunrauMii www, k mm mm n mms, mbupowutom mm mxjm to mss. k cmum rwmwM, I, , 3, 4, , AND M QUART! 9WLS, MOM, RAM, rOMfetM, SROVbM. "KL BOXBC, FOOT LOGKMMI fMML JB) TO MIM; WAMMOit: TRUNKS ro ftTJM TO SUIT CAMH, BAND BAGS. Specialties in Hardware for Spring and Summer Use J DEALERS IN NEW AIW &COND HAND FURMTURE it it it 4 4 STOCK INEXHAUSTIBLE Ain-O-LITE GASOLINE LAMPS...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

wniamiiM.Lijijiiiii.mxi,KuiiB)MaJmnin. HOtDIEM MU. MAKKMIiFT 9TATEMKNT ky i IJBitm OOMMAMMSR 9fMn, XM, Mtth , To Mi bate: , ItapnDt MM piaM hy t tfwelat tur Mm Hwwtm U tnti raf yr Its Mat Mavwaikm of the AMWiMw tHM a Altai- tfj in (nttfsaw, IM9, pd miftmmm Hmim land mHI nssi4 asr 11 vias wen In Ww I a Mffsasj the tefhturo to Mm action, with lht end in view, No flthw benenelnl lenlsla Ikm h endorsed id (ha conven lion went on record against eollcU (Alloa of a fash bonu. Al th llm of iho convention. nji I ho letlslMure, Accordingly 1Mb ronfentlon took no aelkm inward crentlnsr a lcfWattvo cojnnslUea to draw up bill embe4yKc. ideas, When the tfpeeial wag called, how ever, il ecemed rfvttle iu make an effort (o carer out (ho resolu tion rreJln; soltMct1 settlement. Al tho request or tno slato officers or Um lemon, the governor Inrtuilod aofctler settlement In tho rJI for the session. A hill was preparer) by tlio best legal talent avail ohlo with tho advice and assistance of member of (h...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

i BfeOtaS COUft 1EB f5 NT if Witt. After m to OaMalM'aMllt Trasanty ibsmetta. thMta attatnerJIrat a WWte WfMMm r Esiiassjiiiaef Htm (Continued front First 1'ego.) taken ft gu from tier at lca1 twice. Me tatd mo to airy sy from Her ad If'.I ever tawher lo gel but of kef wag m tho had threatened re . pealed to klH me. "When Dr, lMr first asked too .to 'WMnry hbn Yr MttaKwi, Kh- m, eve. I Ken he wee mixed up with mwtc Mvxyt. wrut to Fort RWey, Ske s Wint, 0iva M M VbtP. and from there titty went to Cemn Kcetny and ll July to Cokjm "Maude frequently threatened CupL Dosler with prosecution un der ike "while alavo' laws and he was .afraid lo do any thing -for fear of (HMonorable discharge until lie left the army. It was this fact thai kept lilm wild her. They often nuarrelrd bitterly, "Mewl of tho time Dr. Dotlcr waa In the army I was In Colorado, Den ver awl Pueblo, i loft rtHMt re raary'W or 19 to come to Kl Paw to toa what ihe condltoM were turrtsmMg Dr. Hotter, i wee hi .folumhut two ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

C6trMiifft CM MM. ftlWLEMKNT Wtlb.vV, MAAfttf it 1.11 .um-uiax-u-Jmu'MiWMwr The United States Deposits With Us OLW8S FWfTK CNfWY wic km. rm mm gam m mm rwrnsstn H. H. Ginsberg, Proprietor. SECONDHAND Phonograph and Victroia BOUGHT AND SOLD file State Dteposits With Us Sl'PI'LEMBHT. - Mrs. Eleanor Dean departed WwhwAtey for La Haiira, Calif, for a visit with relatives. There will 5 mourning at he Methodist Church during .her absence as her nrlivc personality will be misted. -Mrs, Clara Amlerwrrth lefl on Din flolden State Monday for Los Angcle, Cal where slio will ntr a sanitarium Tor medical (real mmU She bis been making her home with her daughter. Mm. J. Floyd White, and family, Inil finds tho altitude hero loo high for li T. Jnualyn Iliggs, Fao' Evan anil Margaret Ackroj-ii save a charming jwrly last Saturday afternoon al .'sMljm's home In honor of Doro thy Harlridgc, who leaves with her parent for Del Wo, Texas, next week. Thirteen tittle schoolmates rsme hi bill Dorothy farewell...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

1ilvHlkVH Oil rIHh. MJpi'lftffeMf SIS flNYX THEATRE - Sunday, March 14 " FIRES OF FAITH " If At AMOUNT ARTCRAFT SPECIAL PRODUCTION tut All Star Cast. Monday, March 15 " it Tiff tut wnrr ami " tw ina wwii rvMi i nun A; METRO PRODUCTION Predentin EDITH STORY A RMggxl Story of Mining Cap. Tuesday, March 16 !' MMHN6 UONS ON HHDNKHT EXPRESS FOX SUNSHINE SCREAMING COMEDY LAND! K yw can't LAKH, tort cm Wadnaaday, March 17 "WOMAN" " OMAN" J. I I? . . .IJ t 1 W-Lf i caiuiitig woiiu lanoui acireaa xwciyii itcs-bk. Ok Woman ( lovely woman ! Nature made thee To temper man: we had heenWutca without you r. Tkeum Otway. Thursday, March 18 Ctoks Ray k A Rip Roaring Paramount Comedy Drama, I "GREASED LIGHTNING" tiWUJ m i n LLOYD COMEDY, Friday, March 19 A Universal Picture! Hearst News, PATIIE REVIEW Saturday, March 20 "BRUTE IIEAKER" Mmi FRANK MAYO. "Rabbits have no Mcd like a bully whipped". '44 AMttit1 ffmiK you wmv ') " ' - Rev. Dr. HAM wm to Ms MtV SWStStaf. . fcvrtati a ITwiAjf Wm n irtiw )tMr...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1920

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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 March 1920

s THECOLUMB j vp n VTT cotuMBt, iwfflo II Mil Hill I'lWI I use MTTTtfST FVn ttflflt HWflCS, BERJtY, UFT1S, RHEA DEFEAT OPnNll tan slam mu r Centered' on Hughes and Mahoney, but Hughes WAe Up" in Time to SBde In; RcmaHutWe Tribute to Greaf- weod Creates Enthusiasm in Columbus and Elsewhetf. itAe ptsssajeteil hy l) GaMrief, an WtMICi WM WM potted M tfc hww(mm lam The utrmwfcla fur the eflfcea thjl .wer.eterfc mhI in 11m Ant aad third Am Twnitoiloner, wero Hot one. Thft-twfMWtta hi the 8rl district , wm strain! te the Me! point mi while (Wo Courier might bo .temeil t novlalo in things polltlcM ftd Ifwkpendent In opinion, wo do fc wwMfer abroad wRh Mtr'ean to th red mI by cet or Intuition mm cue Mid edt lhl ahoutd ho atet to all Inatead of to tlio - few. For Instance: J. A. Mahoney tpwncti with j, w. mm and their Interest noiwlihtlandlntf were noi mhwkm. ; , H wm whispered bjrlrio u4er , trouwJ way, and be hi ktekMeu r mannerism, that Waboney bold 90 dewn to defeat beCaUee him two year ...

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 March 1920

n 06L hi Mi: LATEST MNG leWS FfiflM UeBaaaaBaT kaaVa fiaaiiraalaJ faa v- M MM Wlfcly 4 IMr MM. and hwvn start) k fore mm m wet m uir prtr MM week h we wafer way U i wwr miiuiiw 10 atart earetrne um Ami Watertee HKer-lead pfesMfly hi the Tres fcWmena.. Mwbeney and Cksrk Mhh) to atart ottfMten tm their silver lead properties tn (he Tres Met manes. These orts run wry high In lead and (ho present price or (hot ctwwnedUy makes tha mining ol these partlculsr ore very profit able. Tho Tartan Mint. Inc. have li lt rn ovrr (he old Cincinnati nnd sur rmmdlng property In the Trcs Her tnanua from Peter Mack ami llAjg land and Holt. A complete equip ment of machinery including trucks ha been purchased. Operation will be started about March 1, un der iJie direclioti of T. Lincoln IVan. General II, L. Howze U one of the dlrcctora of the company, which i amply caplbliird. A mill will be put up ahortty to handle the dump ore which have In ted out qullc aatUfactorlly. The flymkena la pushing d vrlopm...

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 March 1920

mb1. JstAaVCli s l6t C&UUfiOtf cotRtitft itjifcjSg mm ' j r i it itiittiiiiiMnsa HBmMW"HlHWVffWMJIR HPIHIHmmillWWHIIII iNIIMW ffMlSffSfllinilfVlaBj MANHATTAN IffiigpSi 18 THE miCT WBDIVlMPNPFTWi IttTY la kmatiom li Mail, Stmt Grad, Pkratj pf Water of Ewt Lot .ISC JSMi Iriv- room houses and two Lota . .$ 8&) Two 2-room houses 4 room adobe and 2 2 room adobe and Rssidehce ks near ownm er kamHattah tmamt KCOM tttWCCT fOUT. COCUMaUIS N, M. wr WWJ, W4j MC MHIM AT CUCHVO Clovl, N. M, Muxh One, uf Wto moat Important oil develop ment tranaeethma In Hio history of eastern New Mexico wu consum mated, at Amerlllo when a contract .wm timet between A. D. Whllten ofTulse, Okla, ami John Whlol of Clovla irnil Chester Halle. John DM and a. R. -Cox, operator, of Wlehlla Falls, Texas. Under tho (erms of tho contract a deep teat well Is to bo ((rilled at Cuervo In Guadalupe eotly on a hlook of image fuinlstiod by Senator A. A. Jonea ana' Henry W. Kelly, known aaTahVPres'l'm Peck grant, which w...

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 March 1920

II IOB JOUR OOt.UMfcUg tiURIll covan uigcwpran RAW OmIw KM fSw mwiiiM inni 11! M Urn IZL jg "WI THW --.- IMG MATH Me 30 ChMSjMaed .OS MHl -ett40aef HS-tleeS, mm wiirmn, ie 9r nm; ay me Me4i wHhsul cHMi e copy, Ho per ihm. HHwnum atiti two. JMMerf l o BMleffle at Co lumbus, New Mealco, M second class matter. NW KCIIHOMVi tN&ANtTYI The employes of the Columbus post orHce and Postmaster U L. llurkhead ore looking for a largo glWe4 frame la mcloso mi extract from a recent speech by Judge KcnCsaw Landts In regard In Hie low wages o( federal employes. The IrreprcMlble Judge Hid: "Any step thai you can lake toward enlisting the sympathy of the public In your request for In creased pay and re-cstabllshmcnt of the bonus are Justified." "tlet out of the publio sendee If you possibly can. for as long as you remain a federal employe you will lie served with every form or In justice. I don't advoealo making us of the strlkx weapon, for thai would Ims Ignoring the rights of the pub lic. Feder...

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 March 1920

W, '4 iff OLUMBUS Commencing Stawiay, March 27 2:. fMllMlTE CUM TUE8HAY, MARCH M ' IMS KNNBflN H'EBN8AY, MAHCH 31- 'ALICE JOYCE THURSDAY, APRIL 1 BONY BURNS FRIDAY, APRIL 3- 'ALBERT CAPELLANI miss. Also Topics or tho Day. ,.A SPECIAL FEATUHB SHOWN INP.EMEMHER, EVEHY FRIDAY THIS THEATER. " I WEAR CAPIN MADE CLOTHES r'They are Made in our Own Shop to Your Individual Measure COME iN AND LOOK OVER OUR 400 EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS "SERVICE"SS"MOTTO" i OUTFITTERS TO MEN Clark Hotel Bldg. :-: ColumbuM. M. V ' W- THEATRF frU of Teaee," feattttfea; Mfee Texw CMmr. Mer lf feet, With Wily De a cos, be Luxe, also PMyaW Nfe leon in "mtllngThe Hash SpoU." Famous Ilayer presents Marine rflo. Clnri;'!n "Well Man, Poor Man," Western town full of unexpected sickness. Just becauso tho doc tor was a woman and pretty 8m llossle Itsrrlsealo In Kilty holly, M. I). Alio ono of those Strand comedies. A I.mtls Bonnlnsort Bpeclal. A drama of tho open plains and closed nln. "High I'oekcU li llon nlson'a latest thril...

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 March 1920

PAOlttt The Palace" Market MO AMMV OF PWaWaj mjumnm QocgusoLSm Qkxxmjoes UPKEW WMC tJN C. II. Lester, director of the El Tata Auto Club, ha returned from Alameeordo, where he went for tho purposa of lowing the road for Die club. He report the road In the wont condition that it hat boon In for tha pail ieverat year. Mr. Lester tuagesls that tourists should bo acnt tr the war of La Urucca even though the detour around the paving Is rough and slow. The overseer of the paving work on tho road told Mr. Utter that people were complaining about not being able to go over the new pavement, and thai traffic would not be allowed over It for II day from tho time It wa completed. While In Alamogordo Mr. Lester talked with a number of good roads booster and had a long conference with Dr. E. D. McKlnlcy, chairman of the county commissioner. Dr. McKlnlcy laid that he had been no tified that tho road from Alamo In Newman had been made a red-line road and that the crew working on tin Tularnsa-Indlsn ...

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 March 1920

gnl OwrM at JM fret Can Roawalt, N. M tfawq MTk Maajnel oil etnnt to date In . tfcl mthm. ewtan vtelnlly ,ArNnltiMiiMMt Mnai Han, Tim mi wH wktoti to wr duelng oil al Dixieland, h eedy W nkiiw muUi of GmMmiI. Mere than a do in MtlmU m let tMl w , ' atht'ioore i'Mnt made evtry day. TW wit k miM M,M tm and Um nmer pay that m Mm nusnp M will predw irt tenet SM barrels of U a day or MOf, probably 366. TtM ell h Sowing JWely over (he casing and excitement m thai ico llrm k verr hUrb. Tbhvk Mw ri rent oil well to be struck In the reos valley. Ocolo tU here who hive examined llifl structure t the Neil wHI and have secured the log an thai both eon form exactly lo (Ira etrueture hero, except that In this section of tlio valley Iho pay sand lie much deep er. They also point oul that whilo Ike drillers will have to 90 to a WWtef defdh, production will be be mMa Intter. ThM facta bvs brought mw enthuelaem k the The weH al Dixieland wm swab M M IM feel ((own. Oil (hot over the derrick and contin...

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 March 1920

0 twrani not HUJAUFUT Smbm! 40 9Wm)itw$ vl tn tas4y wm! WM h- ha Ja4ere?iicd IssawssstNtfsssid 'save tseahjaed t.oU wwk lti Courier publlnhed In full serious charges preferred liy C H. Mflhr. proprietor of a meat market, ftalnt Sieve Kclnrlcli. night policeman, alleging that (he K)llfeHiM hiil attempted to hre&tt iiila hi place of business, Stovo Uclnrlch Indignantly denied the charges and the Courier pub lished hi denial In full. Wednesday afternoon tho lioanl of trustees, with Mayor Hlalr pro siding, held a public trial In the Community 'Club building, and 11 fly ur more elllirns attended K'twln 0. I)ean, city clerk, rood the signed lUtcment by li It Mnhr nn.l numerous witnesses wore War rd nn the Bland In support nt lili allegations. IVtlli complainant and defendant were ,allriwod In question wltii"ei and after hearing all testimony In- traduced Ihn board took a tcp until evening and finally rend red lh verdict an described above. Sieve Hcinrlch, while satisfied with the verd...

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 April 1920

County CTeirk, 1 ',5 1 0'imy LOCAL NUTCS HI ,ui, -mat wnoiT fata t. B. Malr fat Wi Caa. MM Om IWMM W ft A NWCM K. MTA kMtkeltM fw'tbc Politics, feeaWyi moro ttian wrro, It l hot Irrtemt In ilia ,wrorlly"coel KIm wasted, Me)i j Idi having 4iti lis Mt and bolh candidal afreflGy are talMfed lhat (hero is wAbmt mora to bo done or mIH hnifcerlsig Individual interests. ' Mtfor'J. R. Mk to absolutely confident ho will bo re-elected. Mo .liai had personal assurances from ?o many cKisen who were against Ulilm iwayear ago Ma are wiin mm fjww that he- and hi friend are Konfldcnl that l U all over but tho itlioutintf. 3 Myttr Mlr Mrs no ha mado a icIpm empins Km had nothing In tUylimlml" Qs W. Vower except IUmTho "dees Hi believe Mr. i'ow ferweki.lke earo of I4ta office, Jof mayor ir elected." 5 Bat atow Want Change, art Wi' Powers ) the eltlsenshlp fnf Columbus want and nCcds a fchange. Ho five tho mayor credit fcfor tho lowiMlte and aaya that u enough, .lie docs not intimate what 'conditions ...

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