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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 14 July 1920

IXMitit) UCj'K, a A1- ISMS THE COLUMBUS DAILY COURIEi Nombr,of TH AtAoctated Jr (VftUMMM, MEW MBSKO. HKUNHHIAY, JULY it, JIM Only Dally Paper In Luna County Prits 'Ftvo OMtf PHTT LITTLE (By Associated ProvM CHICAGO, III, July I4.-I.IUIk progres was mado by Hid new fusion pnrly during I tie flrtl two tliourn of lt ln hero Hits morn ing An undercurrent of dissatlifuc wa In ovlilcnco throughout the meeting. H required plea from Ihe leader and constant conference to keep open break from cropping out. Senator La'FollclUt doe nol deem himself available nv a candidate for new.parlyV presidential nomination, aridha sent word to the convention IliaOlift did pot want tho nomination. '.hnrn Convention Bowed. ' Loiter Harlow, loader of the World War Veteran' organUation, demanded Senator La Follelln be drafted. Harlow chnrgeil the con vent Ion wa "Ihihi ridden ly n secret Intriguing group." and nld I ho lend. era.wcro concealing ln Fnlletlo'a platform. for fear llin ronvenliun 'would -adopt IU ...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 14 July 1920

1 Kllgofo ft lturklicAtl PublUJicra Wilton Klltor- ........Editor feiitTtHllTa K!()ml-clii maltor at ,14)0 postoffleo at Columbus, N. M. Wrmfccra of Thfl AsKltt Press ITie Associated I'rci it exclusive Mr entitled (o the uto lor publics. Hon of all tiewi dltpatcktt credited to It or nol'olhcrwto credited In tUU,ppwJtii alto tho local new p&Mlsfaed herein. BUHSGJUPTIO.N HATES. 1'cr tingto copy..... 1 SO Uno wools ' ........... JS0 Ono month ..-.., .15 Three months 2.00 Six months ..... 3 AO Ono year T.-. ,,. -- CM ADVEIITISINQ HATES. Ono Insertion, cr inch... JOo Six Insertions, per Inch ...70o Classified ads and reading notice. 10 cent per line; by tho month, 8 cent. . Wnlitmlny. July It. IKO. no vo phw'.hui in new .mkxico. That sliiles, counties ami tnunlcl lllties ha come lo a realisation nf the difficulties nt Hip situation a to tuihlle improvement thai in. ohc vast txM'itdiluros Is liecommg increasingly aparrnt, says the Tax lyers' Association of New Mexico. In California, t...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 14 July 1920

0 -tMrtntf. T 4 'High Cost Fighters" ; We are FIGHTING to reduce the high coat of living ip Columbus. ij IfWe have the goods and the prices to I FIGHT with. They will bring down your costs, and keep you pleased. Your dollars will buy a real "dollar's" worth here. MIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII PUCHI BROS "If I Only Had the Moneyv-" WHAT 18 YOl'li DIIKAM? In H (o oN 'i jour home some, homo wmie ilayti-li buy n farm?--In set. yp lit iVuVlniisf for yourself? .WHAT IH YQJIl Dllr$.Ml i ii lo bivp ymifeiuUM ih'IIit iart tit lire nnm st liatIT n rnlWe training for your boy or girl? WHAT 18 VOUn DIIBAMT To own your car? lo bo on "Ka'iy Sln'el."? rruo from financial anil money worries? to lie somebody?- successful ami prosppniun? . Irhups your own particular dream 1 not lino of llit-o, lull whatever Jt I. you will surely iicit,l more money tlmii you have liow. A ilrcniii worth dreaming U a ilrrtiin worth making conm Irilo. Draams rotor Inm through saving. Start n bank account Veep n bank arro...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 14 July 1920

am warn tMtt efltUMWA bAVt COtlRlF.n. COMMMft NKW MEXICO pMtWWWIIIIMIIIMIIIIMIlllllllUIIIIIM.II CFMI ANNUAL Ci rtDiirr di it THE beckoning hand of ECONOMY waives its invitation and guides you straight to this GREAT MONEY-SAVING SALE. This is not a disposal of specially bought merchandise, but a distribution of our well selected and dependable stocks. No economical person can afford to miss this opportunity of purchasing their many wants, at prices in nearly evf.ry instance,less than wholesale cost today. EIGHT DAYS OF BARGAINS. SATURDAY, July 10th, EIGHT BIG BARGAIN DAYS ! WKk My if Saks tm ti W Usm Ym Ladies' Ready -to -Wear Ladies' Georgette Silk Dreuci, in gray, brottn and blue, becded trimmed. CJQ V Rcfiular price $G5. Sale price . JW.W Ladies' Silk Georgette Dresses, beaded and trimmed: gray, navy blue and brown. COO CE Regular 437.50 value. Sale price . J&0J Ladies' Silk TafTeta Drosses, colors green, gray, blue and tan. Regular $15.00 CQ Qf value, sale price . . . -?w.JU ...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 15 July 1920

THE COLUMBUS DAILY COURIE PAST6RCR0EL WTFI QLA1MS IN ASKiMGDIVORCE LOS .ANOKl.KS, July IS'Threo year ago I forgave lilm fur stat utory nffrnso not lor his sake hut for I ha sake nf Christ whoso, mlnls Icr hc'wm. t have, llvsl toy life on my knees for lilm alnco, and if bo only had born kind wo would itlll he together,' but ho was cruel oh, hi cnirll Friend saw lliot his Ircalmrnl M wearing my life away atnl forced me lo this step," Till ,1 bow Mr. Josephine, A. Orcathuuse. explained the divorce ult, mentioning twelve women, filed recently- In Ibe superior court here against llcv. John W. Urrnliinuic. formerly pailnr of I hp Orchard Avrnijn mid the South Fatadrna llnplisl rhurchrs, A rrjKirli r found her imlc. dishevelled nnd III In her l harelv furnished (nil iiiannlrlronl particular hurry III lh mailer. Ilial hum ill, 450 South Marlmsa nrnue. p'1'11"" lit bad a grievance hi md'lMv "lie was n successful minlsler. i uw v secure acreage irom nil MtW of m Km t.im, m tk-AI, THVmtixy, ti...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 15 July 1920

fMii COLtJMBUs DAILY c6URtEH coLOUM's, NEW MeMco Yl'llRsbAV. JttV 18. im "ulilitiini every evening ' except Kunday. KIlKuro &. JJukhead Publisher Wilson Kltgora ltI Entered m sccond-cjas mailer al urn postotlico at uoiuinuusy Members of The Associated Press Tbjs Associated Press l exclusive ly entitled to the uia for publlca tton of alt new dispatches credited to ll or not otherwise crcdile! In thU paper and alio Iho locfll now published herein. SUUSCHII'TION HATES. Per sluglo copy 03 One week 0 one month ,5 Tlireo tnonlh 2.00 fin months 3.50 One yar - "iO ADVUUT18I.no HATES. One Insertion, tier meh JOo Six Insertions, per Ineh &o l 'o.tKlpil nil. anil readlnff notice. 10 cents per line; by the month, 8 cent. Thurli, July I5.JWQ, iaiial mix:les may nm.vv "A Judge on I lie bench, no more than any other ersim, can east nsperslmw on the character of n person not a party or participant In a cai on trial without a right in the latter tit defend himself."- Supreme Court of the Sta...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 15 July 1920

u m tomm Mtv awMfcfr tott'Mfiija, afew tttxtco Ao ran "If I Only Had the Money-" WHAT !8 YOtHl DtiKAMJ ' Is II lo uw'i jour homo some homo some, tlojrf to buy" it fartnT to set up In business for yoursclft WHAT 1B.YOUII DHKAM? I It to give your, clillilrcn n betlPr Marl in life than you had? a college training fur' your boy or girl? WHAT IS YOUIl DHKAM? To .own your cart lo lip. on "Easy Blrccft frio from financial and money worrlest to bo somebody? successful and prosperous? Perhaps your own particular drcamrf not onu of these, but wliato'vcr. It'li; you will surely need moro monoy ttian you havo now. ' , Ailrcnnt' worlli ' dreaming In o droam worth making enmo Irue: f' Dreams coino true through saving. Start a bank account keep a bank account nvn some thing and deposit It regularly every pa day buy War Sav. Ings Stamps, too. THE COLUMBUS STATE BANK A. J. WELD, Cashier THE UNIVERSAL CAR March 3, IKO, llio I'ord Motor Company advanced tho prices of Font cars becauso of tlfu Increase...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 15 July 1920

.nitu i. ,jLx m WWIIM--... I. f II e- u ii ,i , ii i r " " 'jr- ; -l . - l f&SlJIHS. L JS. --gf-gBCTg U 7. -"-TiIuia V 9 l" r .1 III ' """ I CfilttMAlTf II 17-"" w j invvw I -UUH .. I J II 1 1! r V I W . . 8h vu mb si .-WsRs mi. 1 Tkmnie Pkyed&fe PERCY L. CROSBY HucrijarrxrrirTUMB www i- wm? i i ' ii tf 1 4 KM?1: 50.l?j"5 . CHRISTENSEN m AMIOWOOUC nfcCX a iirin Tiir iu nuu int NEW PARTY lily Associated pre. CHICAGO. Ill, July 15- .V Ii year old girl wn killed nnil probably 501 perxiM were Injured in automobile accident resulting Indirectly fnim I tic ofigcstlon causrd tiy an unex pected strike nf Kiwrr house eh-o- trltflan which crlpplisl street cir service here loday. Tin1 elevolod Hun nrr mil affected by Hip strike. The girl wat killed when a hvilnr Iruek carrying W liwsons In work crashed iiiln & telegraph mi!o. TIii strike affect :KM) workei. according lo union official. Slrcel rar official said III) car were run ning on tin' irlnflnl lines. .SO warning of Ilia strik...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 16 July 1920

THE COLUMBUS Vai. I. MsVM. mmmmt branchesconzaj.es imtt A WQMAM M lNDKPKN'DKNCK, Kan, Juy 10.--Kemlnlno uo of a iockel mirnir proved Urn undoing or "(llt'nu Hose," who for acvrral weeks masqueraded auccfssfully a a harvrwt hand. Hlrnii Uirn admitted aim wi a girl. in ponce rourt, wiirro lio was fined M5 and her main companion IBS. aim UI...I ll.nl .1.. teaching school In Oklahoma and Una 10 VKlra nl.l Tin. nnml ,.f making big money in Ilia harvest minis, nun niscncu, prnmpiru nor in mi me cscapaac. two nail Kliorn Iiit locks and was alllrid In overalls. For some lime, aim worked on a.' rami along wilh men harvrsl hands. id. "I hollerd aho wasn't ahm- lo do any very heavy work and had rather nanny nniiiri-s mr a noy. aain tier employer oflrr tho disclosure had been matte, "mil never suspected i nil I i had n lady harvest hand." I,. mi- uieim'a male companion tiald hit rin. -...I I..II I... I.. K....1I her fine In jail. Wiei Awanb Wtrt Ht Carract, Says Haspr (lly Associated Press.' I'...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 16 July 1920

a rAon two Tit WwBWj CjWfWf "iifciutieu every evening except Rltnday. KlUroro A HurkheaiL.Jub1lher Wilsoa pgure-. ,. -.Editor .Entered m keceiMt-clas matter at lha itoffleq t Cdiusnbu. N. M. fh4 Aasockxlcd l'ri'M It exclusive- ly entitled to the uio for publica tion of all new Olftpilcbos credited to it or hoi otherwise credited In Ink paper niid alto the. local new published herein. BUHSCIUPTION ATES. 1'er single copy ..t sa One week -0 Oho mouth ,5 Three month 2.00 BU months 30 Ono' year OM ADVF.HTI3I.Na IIATE9. One Insertion, per inch..... -30o Six Insertion, per Inch..... 75o Classified ad and rending uotlees. 10 cent per lino; by the month. 8 tent. Friday. July lflj 1920 NEXT I'RESIt)r.NT WILL HE FIHST PHINTKIl KOIl PI.CE Ohio can nut lose In the prosper ity Novi'iuber unpIcasanlneAs. And neither ran Ihe newspaper Vorld ir "craft," a Hrolher Cox fraternal ly termed his profession In his rrpty to llroinrr Harding's not less frater nal congratulations. Whatever lw nst of the coun...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 16 July 1920

"If I Only Had Ae Money-" WHAT t,3 YODM DHKAttf Perhaps your own particular In 11 In nwti o.ir limon mnn ,lrM," l ' 0? Ihcso, bill. hofnfl soma (ta'yf-to tiny n farm?--to Act tip in business . for yourself? , , '. it WHAT 18 YOUH'DHEAM? It II In give youhchlidreu a' "dream worth" dreaming Is ' HJrr elMl-ln HM', nwiyqu -i'niUrt'ainoHli' 'making come. liaiUn rolIrcoflrafnirig4f'f Vlrue. T IfrcanUueotne Iruo your boy p glrlt ' WHAT IB YOUll DIIEAMT To own your cart-do -bo 011 "Easy Slrcert fn from . rinsncial anil mpney worrlca lo Isa somebody successful and prosperous THE COLUMBUS A. J. WELD, J, R. BLA.IR MANAGER Columbus & Western New Mexico Towitsite Company PROMOTERS OF COLUMBUS See ui for town Inti, builneii and residence property. Oil Lcaiea and Valley Landi. Columbus, .. . ,. .. New Mexico W estern ' WILL GRAY, Proprietor After the Shows visit this well known Cabaret and listen to the latest Jazt Music and be served villi COOL, REFRESHING SOFT DRINKS STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERI...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 16 July 1920

ff!!!!!!!!! h nainj!!!! f ''J ' :SEMi Annual ; 5 m Clearance Sale THE beckoning hand of ECONOMY waives its invitation and guides you straight to this GREAT MONEY-SAVING SALE. This is not a disposal of specially bought merchandise, but a distribution of our well selected and dependable stocks. No economical person can afford to miss this opportunity of purchasing their many wants, at prices in nearly every instance, less than wholesale cost today. EIGHT DAYS OF 3ARGAINS. EIGHT BIG BARGAIN DAYS ! Witt PMy if Sato Pwfk ti Wait bf Y SATURDAY, July 10th, To MONDAY, July 19th mcu. price Ladies' Ready -to -Wear Ladies' Georgette Silk Drenes, in (ray, brown and blue, becded trimmed. CJQ "If KeCular price $65. Sale price . W.Od Ladies' Silk Georgette Dresses, beaded and trimmed; gray, navy blue and brown, f 99 RR Regular $37.50 value. Sale price . J".Ud badics' Silk Taffeta Drcsici, colors green, gray, blue and tan. Regular $15.00 f Q (U value, kale price . . . Jw.JU Ladies' Georgette Crepe ...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

ft THE COLUMBUS DAILY COURIER pa t..! Ml mi , l ' - J..-Lu..u..u,I.j.iimm.,- mxm..aaui,M I ft INftM. Mwntwr of Tho Awehtfrl rfrati COUMmjW WCO. WAY, WI.Y 7, WW lfol J'Per ln Lmt CmX rt ry' Industrial and Commercial Edition Reflccllpfc- as U !xj tho eolldllr ml sound business principle that in marked tho policy (if (ho 00 I.UMHU8 RTATK HANK lnco lU Inception, thn personnel of. Iho of ficers and directors lias been no small factor In I lie upbuilding of an Institution tliat Is today reckoned oh nntt of Ilia strongest and aoundcsl of Us kind In this i-MIro part nf I bit Uto. Organised In (013. Willi nn orig inal stock of $15,000, IliU bank's record- lias been ono of steady growth fnttmlcd on safo hanking principles. On the first of Jaimary, Ihls year, Ihe bank's capital slock was ralicil to J5,000. Tim officer are: J. U Oreomvood, provident; V. C, Hoover, vice president, ami A, J. Weld, cashier. Tho officers arc directors, and besides Ilia fnl- lowing well known and substantial kffllli...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

IMMM M SSSaMl &LKW A COMPANY. Vrtarsf and tNyeMrnXKo. i BlamMmc alone in Hi- gtvjfn Jlno and carrying a slock ami rutttres thai would do credit lo a tnetnmoll' tail oily. 11 Lvbuw A Company U easily recognised as tho leading Jewelry itort', not only in Coluyibu, but In.lhls rt of Ilia Mate. v Thoflwn ii under Iho nlHnae. mont of iir. fULeboW, who. hashad flllecn yeara" experience In the bust neas. Mr. Lcbow formerly traveled for Goldsmith, Kpjlcin A: Cumimny, Jewelers of Chicago. ' Mr. I.eboy li a native of Now York elate, and while comparatively a young man hat succeeded through hit personal lly and his ability in organliallon, coupled witli hard work and atten tion to detail, in building lus aloro from a very small beginning to Ha present largo Status, The building occupied it 'JO by 40 and two people are employed there. in. lull line of jewHrj. cut glass miiii inaniuiiiis m lurnvu, togt.uu . II Will. II' H rill MuiiiiurU iiuki'k. in me xivt-i inn, tins linn cames kucli well k...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

m (Aimtm rm (mm aw ft cM.vmKM worrrum woK& lifrUMuii here Hsjtoleefl mostUs Wit, t Cetansjttt KlkWMiM Ii.coskssJH to be osrt of Its IcwUnf bolllla IiOisms lh lfriafer. T)m firmAWM for warty kmtwa m the Crowd IMtlta Work for llirro jeartv Tke present firm U owned and ofwra'tcd By Nr. Arthur Hloch, for. Hifrly1 caplatem the United Stales Army, who rsiksncd M xsowmUalon to take over Uil iMMtaoM. Mr. Woch Is from Detroit, Mlchlsjaa, li a family man, a homo owner hero and owns considerable ml estate In the elly.l Tho. firm handle a general line of boiUe goods nmi assorted s.odns, Mtvg exclusive, agent for Hud wetter, handling (hi product In car load Jolt. Modern machinery Is in stalled throughout the .entire plant, which has a rapacity of 300 cases per day. An especial featuro of the plant, and nno of which Mr. Hloch Is rightly proud, ii the slcrlliicr, which Iniurra absolutely tonltary producU In bottles at all time. Floor spaco occupied is 15 by 00 feet. In addition to a lol which ...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

feAroftI)AV,Ji'iv iitflM 8aj! i ! ( Perfc6on m Bathing Suit Wrt AUK not apt to think of lieacn or bathing autta aa hemming gar totnta lo (act, thry arc ronslileml tb arlil test for fool look. Hut ttirjr hare bwn progrnaliig (or serend yesrs In the direction of becoming neon. Tli salts Inttrnlnl only for beach wear, baring graduated from tb blram and showy type, bare ar rived at tha placo where thry are real ly attrartlrr. But attractlie" U too mild a term to apply to aome of thla yrs heart) or balhlnc sulla Ihejr droerrt to b called beautiful and tber possess tbat quality In stjle which women describe aa atunnlng. After a world of exnertmentlnc alone come a Renlua and ihowa Jut how auprrh and ilorlfleil a balhlnc toll may be. Aa a wltnru to Ita poailbllltlei for beau ty, there It an examplt ahonn In the Illustration. Thla ault appear lo be made of taf feta, although Mlfn night be, uaed for It Ulue ot gray piped llh a con trading color, or a brighter color piped with black, make comb...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

a ti THE HEX. BANDITS AM'A I'MIKTA. Bonoi-a, Mexico. July i7According m report re ceived torn yesterday over the Hel icon military telegraph linn from Moctrxiima, b band of mora than I7S Vflllslas, under command of Colonel lUnJamln Vaiquez, lias Invaded (ho state of Konora from Chihuahua and It headed In (lie direction of To- nktili Hill s-tale, according to inror ' million to the commander of Ilia military garrison -lure. "Upon receipt of thl , Information w6rd was sent by General Amaiule Rodriguez to the several garrison In. llio central portion ilf Konora In riwccntrate nil force at, Moctcznnta 'loj- Ihe puroo of glvlhg hallle In lira outlaws. Message worn also lent In Hie garrison commanders hi llio north rrji section of Hlnaloa In head nff any possible relreal on Hie part of Hie hand I In, should tliey allempt to llqn In thnt direchm. Yaqut Coming North. WASHINGTON, t). C- July 17 Yanul Indian troops 'are helm? nuthed (o tho northern) bonier of Mexico, near Pledras Ncgras, on o...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

1 mcn&i t-tAA TWA aaturdav. ivyt n, m TMt COLUMBUS DA1XY COURIER. COtUMRUft NSW MsWrCO. every evening Sunday. except Kifeure. A Ikirkhead. .publishers wnsou Kiigore. .Editor Entered as second-class matter at tlio poslofflce al Columbus, N. M. MemtM-rs, of Hie Awocialrd lrtsi The Associated Press 1 exclusive ly fiitlllcJ to the use for publico: (Ion of all new dispatches credited to t or not otherwise credited in this paier and alio the local new published herein. 8U11S5CIIII1IO.N HATES. Per single copy... .-..I .03 Ouo week M One tnenlh .15 Thrco months Saw Biz months ... 3-M One rear . OiO ADVERTISING IIATES. One Insertion, ner inch 300 Six Insertions, per Inch TSc Classified ads and reading notices, 10 cents iter lino; by the month, 8. cents. VoUl WEEKLY COUIUEIt No. 2S. Saturday, July 17, 13-U MMESM.COX James M. Cox, whose likeness op pears aliove, Is the standard bearer of tho Democracy of today as well as of all precedents. As the cam paign advances the assurances of Ihe el...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

RATUfcPAV, JULY t, t& i CsANV. (ConiimMd from He 2, Section I.) and aywilini. iAkhiM expect lbs mhywl .wkm to feUresea ippth ml wsk r44omwiad tM IM pre, ewt rial ' Wilfflon bn(e. isnrca to n ooudib compartment ami carried to a depth a recommended to tho fomcr owner. The acmtaftly ureal width anil extent of tho mlttcrat hearing bodUa on tho property owned by (ho How alio Mlrthsg CwtwjMny aro such IhWt. with iec development, thin enter, prlao should bo como a great silver producing company-. This conilltlon, however, can only bo brought about by proper tlnvelopmenL but as I understand, this work Is to bo start- upon nt one and persistently pushed, so It would seem only a question of a short tlmo before your expeclallons becomo a reality. Unqucullonably this Is a property that warrants extcnilvd i!ovalo- Hot Weather Conveniences ! IIIIIWllilllHMIIIIIIIIilSIHWsmssWsH Tlwra U ho hm of the ladki ol thti city making hounrke.erin a burden when there arc 10 many tlectriu.. ,Hi .ances to ...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbus daily courier. — 17 July 1920

MKTItttN i-page Vom THE COLOMftUft DAILY nottfttKll. cOLt'MtltlS, NEW HK&ICO RESOLUTE WINS RRSTTURN IN YACHT RACE SANDY HOOK. N. J4 July 17. Tho American yacht llewlute, defender of the Aiperlca' cup In llio Intorna llonal yacht raco now In progress lir. crossed lue starting lino ahead nf Hie Shamrock IV loday In the second race of I lift event. Tim pfil rial limp for (ho llesolulc was lilOJHJ and Tor Hip Shamrock IV. t:u.17. Tho sloops stood owayjo sea on llio starlward lack, bolh skippers holding their charges in Hip eye of the winds. The liesoiate seemed from Hip shorn In work bfllpr than the. Shamrock , IV, This slorl was a complete victory for Adams of (hp American yarhl. -HEAD Tinst TIIKN (50 TO THE U.UMHL'S SUNDAY Charm, n beautiful girl, becomes enwaged In Valor, a youlh nf noble family and deportment. Tlioy pledge lliclr troth to each oilier in the garden of Iho girl's parents, Com. mrrcp and Pride, leaders In society. The lioy's father and mother. Finance and Dliplay, ...

Publication Title: Columbus Daily Courier
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