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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 30 October 1914

Personals and Locals Mrs. Ritchie Laid to Rest ! Tlir Almim cufe lor piod put. ' .1. A. land's regular up. ,winiinient h next Sti ndtt v . A urj'e .iIIiMIiIkIH ' I" c.it'Cted. TllciiVstol' sl'ltsOU is open now. Cri them fresh at. tin Allium. If S;, in Knvel lillido ii huslness tn; In I'll I'll1-" tl'is week-, return mt! Wednesday uriornoon. I II. Case, of Doit Inn, Hi- piiiiliriiii iioniinoo for t ho stnto i.jrmliiture. whs in Columbus Thursday. (it t up mi oyster supper purl v : we'll lurnish ovorythlntr, and yon will . n joy It. Aliimn Cafe tf ii ocso, who owns a ranch a slmrt distance east of town, went down to Paso overland List week, returning last Satur- .hl i ne itinera! u M,s. W T 51 T IMehlew,, h,ld rt, ,. iE JUr FtlCCS i'huieh. ,.v Muddintri,,,, ,,,,1,1,. ' II feu ci.V il)i:i)iiil,. i. mi.iiUh! and ullerward ihe remains 0 lillil to I'i'st in tln cemetery west Of llJWIl. Ml', mwl XI... l....i 'S iind Mr. and Mrs. Knulish, i,.u K tlios. ivi-iv tip rrom 101 Wis,, and iltleml....

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. — 30 October 1914

lomas lx. Monreivnyu GENERAL MERCHANDISE Butcher Shop in Connection HANDAVOVEN MEXICAN BLANK ITS. Called srr samples. Votr 7rwc appreciated and solicited m I ml MILLER'S DRUG STORE Drugs, Stationery and Notions Gasoline and WindotO Class Ammunition and Pocket Cutlery A. D. F R O S T The largest and most complete stock of Hardware Furniture Trunks Enamelware Chinaware Ammunition Cutlery Eclipse Sampson Model B windmills, StudcliaLt i t.l I . ... 'I'l M ... Winona and wener wagon, i inn n.is mowers. t ic Fr Deliverv Phone N lptT (If WWi!R fr CROSt! i:vrt.ERr Xhtl'AM.ii VRKI'AHV.ti I'AINI Headquarters U. S. Troops Kivsii o.vsti'rs at u, ai. m I 'uli nuM'ivciJ I (vice a . i t, t( m., -a,,...,... ' '''u'riun I LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND MIL- lit,- iniiiiwinK t-'iMithnM si-hiui 1TARY TAILOR nit- having itvn approved b.v I In- i miiu.uHlmi Otlii-iM . i- pnllth Cleaning and Prosing ,,l t, ih.. mrunnation of tn. All mn Work is Gun meed i iiimiiiiiiil i ii i j i ft h I' N.t ft s I) i 7 BLA3S, Prop...

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. — 6 November 1914

fa A SHALL UNTliRllilSl WELL KEPI Columbus hibltshtul , tin- ImervHi of Columbia, .in. the tower Vimbres Vnllcx Vol. IV. C oIiimiImis. Liu,,, (oiiittv. New Miu... Nnveiiibei 0. 101-1. No. 21, Election Results i ' 1 1 tiiiitinn ul Imml un m- ki ,,, (, would mili.tl Ui i ' , ,,,, ,,i Hortmnde.. U'tiilir mi. , ,iihh, ii'r ii. n. )ijnuT.tt tuul iMcwiii unit, by tt imbiblu 'J-lNt' It y WllItltttlH H V eHl'll , itmn eummisstuiter, with II running well, unci Hie I4 , ,, 1 1 ,i lis Si'CMlI Ui tit Vi ileettd HI ity tu the luwur house ul, tin- !. isluLuri. I -...nvtnt! is llu it-suit ot the, x,.i. 111 Luna emmly : I . mussun :J72, Heriiutitle . ,u III; ifttt 21. WllllilttlR awi. ' .. ,t t:i; Smith 2h1, CtiHV 'M. I !,. fnlumbiiH ulv wUtmi I i ruHgrt'HB I'VrgURHim ll.i , index". Wilson 'J. Meteulf i. I'm rot'iKirittiiMi eoHiHiifion , iihio. Wihi.un . .MeTeei . , Ii Hi For UHi!ltun' s. Mi l fuse M, Utttnwy IU. Y.ti.mall.V, n-HultH are; ,,11, iam$iiU Ui, tin; UiyubH . , .h T'lu' must notable fuel...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 6 November 1914

oven on YEAnn' EXPERIENCE smth i: or m.vrnMi. 't (' lllllTl." I . I..111.I Olll-i .iIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT. - A 9 n m f- a m. i f i CorvnioMTn Ac. i l II ( A 1' ' I t'. 4 'f'i -l f i... , M. Ui ttilhMtl. of lolwn- i - wr-ffl-fcfrfi m 4 n, , ( O A M Bl S oTA T E v, 1,,.,, 1 1 1 ii il ' i' Hi II" 'tint V v v. 1 i tit n 1 u test .r. t t Mitigti"n, 1 ... k' 1 I IK I"' I... 1 .11 .1 i.ltlr I M I ollllllln 1 1 1 it M l ..Hill . 1. ll "I "" Scientific American. I Imni'wnr tlltilriilr.1 wrcltr t orl elf- ' ..f anr wi'llHi f"i.'iil. Tit... lis ir. I.'iir miinlht. II. lhM lT tirw ii-mi-M. MUN'N & Co.361Brod-T- New York Pru... h 1. (flee, F ft- Viimi;i '. I. f. Church Service j;. in 1 1 iii' 'i' ,"' " 1 , , mi ,.Ihii .11 .1 .iiiln'.lli"H In foi.li 'I ill.. I -'ilV llf CHIH. Htlll'Ml ol w.li limn. s. .ill nil. 1 N-' '-' 1. 'M.. lDlJ.il. M.i.ll. hl H. I'll toi sl . sirtioil.". Ii.wikI.iI' ' ihj: ' u s i. r. in. 1 i.ii.iu. .1 1.. . u 1 ' - i..i Ins rm.i. M li- .!. - - "i.H - '"' .1 mm M ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 6 November 1914

HE LAWS UPHELD Indians Had Laws Like White Man's in Oklahoma. Chiei aMw Legislature Inflicted Death for Hore Stealing and Pre. tenbed. Flnei for Minor Of. femei Code Regularly Passed. fi.mu )rars HRO 'here was it jov. rnnn-nt within the bounds of Okla lit m.i ih.it limited ilii- Hiuoiiiit or prop (ii i. id- might have, forced uiu to Uniri IITIIIIBMIUII of Hie OlllcerS blt- fof irff iiiiK n brldgo across a rlvur. t'tfn ub l Mio tlratli (sentence for utiaiiiiK hot so. anil piovldctl fur the . h!.'inK of criminals for I liu giuhllusi t-ft 'I se liw ko eminent was thai of the i tin ka.-Mw nation of the Clilckusuw In din. trihi' Hi- KDviTiuiicnt im established in !;.. -hurtly nftur the. Chlckasaws r. granted the right of a stpara tion i rum tho Choctaw s. anil ended in . when tho tribal government f iii civilized tribes was ills- Main of tho old ttm fluokasnws h.iv hi. ii Mvormni lit save better pro ti.iini thai t'licle Sam furntchoB to da I ii' liad no authority over a person ;.miik in ...

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. — 6 November 1914

COLUMBUS CdUMKR l'tilililiiil fv l tin Courier Ptitiltriing Company G. E, Pakks Ed it 01 Liit n il .ii lln l,t-.ltllli- nt mIiiimI'iis Sttt Mi'MfM, fur truii'MMMiMU IIiiiihkI' tin- MnHs it- Sci'iniil l la-. Mttil Mi Subscription Kali's. jut jfiir In cithnitrt-. fj .' jwif limit pit ll In mljuni ivv fin Ik mimth lit mhniit'f. Atltlertisinp Rnl?f 121 ii'llU mt illllr milium lii-l. ih-Ii Utsi-fUnn. I" mils h i sinjflr rulnnm mrli. ciiiiti m l I.nral i mIiiihii -" t-iMil- piM line I'lii'li iiicrliMH Bear in mind that Columbus is going to have that comma cial club. The weather we have had the past few days is ideal. As the "Chink" would put it. "no hemic, no colic." The result of Tuesday's election shows thai the people are not satisfied with the prcs- i ent administration and that the Piogtcssives ate ictuining fitun whence thev came. Mow about a clean-up day this fall? The vacant lots, a great many of the buck yards, and the streets could be impiovcd wonderfully by all hands turning ou...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 6 November 1914

I - . -- -tr rsf -sr r t The Courier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds itiMMUi-nto in this fi. 'limit will iM ms. in tl''' rnliimn t n e"d of .,,- ,111' n nnrtl. each Nsite. It you nv tiling t s'dl. trade or rent. , ,, v,... luittl to li or trade for a ntliinu'. t'H tl' world about it III ,l. , ..1 1. Kvcrvbod.v ri'iidn it. Drv batteries at Miller's Drun IJiMM'W your subscription to tlir t mirier. Di batteries rot' tlii engine at .Millet s Drug Store. tf Ti, our celebrated IM.txu coC t,..- Kiliott & Company. liny your spark plugs for your auto at Miller's flrug store. SiiiisiM'Ibo' for th' Columbus ( 'nil I Iff. FREE FREE Memoirs of Napoleon ; Three I a lames This man caused the last general Kuropoan war. ICis personal memoirs, written i'. hi seireiarv, Huron l)e Menoval. are full of the most .( Mirlnny incidents e.pecialb in iu nf the present ureal Kuro- ptMIl MrilRRlCt lni .1 hundred cfif. ap, his audit-'"i--. iMilini the Continent in a MM of iilin... Kraiue alone, tinder his leadcr...

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. — 6 November 1914

Talk About the High Cost of Livin . - -jr t Wc (lonH care how high prices go ours remain just the same J? I l.rl vnur n,.l pair he WALK' . $, QQ 0 V K R S Word, cannot cPre Pnds Sugar 51.0 llir Reality, Slylr, Tit and Finish ol Wc have a complete line ol all ,he new Fall and Winter Walk kinds of imoked and canned meats. Over We have a specially every day USE SWAN DOWN FLOUR flOVER - - S A M R A V E L - - read t;:e - ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD 't H ii' il In .'-m inti i fir.- I n if Si w M' li ii and Lntiirru An "tin t . .-; int Perre- i : l Mi ., i jtk Market Quotations. InrlmhtiB " 'tie. Hltce. Hogs, PAin in Poiitirr.. or.MornAiif. in prtiNCtPLS. All THE HEWS THE DAY IT IRPPENS ALL THE NEWS THE WAY IT HAPPENS Ptora' f- I'.ti ki'it i !n ii Or UCfSI i W lltfTIM.V Of ih t'.itiiirn i''n'' ! r,i .r i in niii-i i .i t. ii, :. j.tHi ahead of THE EVENING HERALD ALBUCL EI RQUtl. NEW MCMCO, 50 Conto por Month 5.00 per Yoar 117v. prices don't go here THE cheapest is not always BEST, but the b...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 6 November 1914

personals and Locals I'l.r AlniiH) n f lor good fills. l'lM.yster season is open now. (j.-t tin-in rtosli at tho Alamo. If (;,.t up an oyster supper party; -t pu nish everything, and you u. - Alamo Uue 11 I t II.PV .-, sale. Horse, harness ami Will sell ('.lump. At. i. i r lit Itni kin-ail. u We ii re prepared Ui put up VlMir sp.rtal dinners, or prepare may want lor a Alamo 1'ufe. ,1-iin. i party. lsl r.nld loeltet with diamond Initials un sidi "I'1. II. ! MM 1 li' ! two pictures Inside, lie v, ,i . II. Pennington, M,ss Mulah Ulalr leU this w,. k lor a visit with her sister down in Texas. Tin- recreation room at wimp s .iimiit eutnpieted. The funds ,, tin- ereetinn or this building ... minuted to the lilth Cavalry i,v Mrs Kussel Sage. Tin- l.enevolent Order of Hues uimn a smoker on Saturday .wmiit:. November 7th. Ui whieh .11 h number has the priviledge ,,1 1.1 liming three or his friends .1 "ii- Ti,. loiof airatfu in rt'iii oi tli. Tu.vnsit,. oftt.-e was mowed fm i .. . .1.1.. .......

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. — 6 November 1914

r Tomas R. Montelongo w GENERAL MERCHANDISE Bulchcr Shop in Connection HAND-WOVEN MEXICAN BLANKETS. Call and sec samples. Your Initio ' rciatctl and solicited r MILLER'S DRUG STORE Drnys, Stationary and Caroline and W Ammunition .'. I Two Shows Daily AilmisM.Mi Four New M M B JL i li B a s- llL -k i urysiai e is n a 1 1 e Good Tilings to Ii.it .it tin PALACE CAFE Mrs. h. Witt S- Son Fresh Stock of Groceries best brands. A line of Cured Meats and Bakery goods Fresh Bread Daily Short Order Service GOODS RIGH T-PR! GES RIGHT YOl'U PATKHNAUK SULICITKI) j 1 Notion. union Glass and Pockttt Cutlery fil Mi VRl PRVh I'.M N I s 7:00 p in. and S; 1 5 p m 10 .hi i I Tk Reels Dailvl cm! . A. D. F R O S T The Iuigcst ami most complete stock ol Hardware Furniture Trunks Enamel ware China ware Ammunition Cut k ey Ellipse Hnmpsnn Model H windmills. Stn...i. ,. Winona nntl Weber wagons. Thomas Mmui-. , . Free Delivery Phone No. 24 Headquarters U. S. Troops i i ii h ii i 1 ni . N M i tii i .int u hi m...

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. — 13 November 1914

THE COLUMBU Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, November 13, 1914. No. 22. 't w Luna County Agricul tural Expert Here Thu Luun County Agricultural .fxutit, P. I). Southworth. made Columbus and vicinity a short, isit last Tuesday, Mils buinK ( t h streets so muddy, ilmi j his first visit to our community many, who had expected to since being made the agrienltur h-ohio, wore unable to do so,! Box Supper Nets $20 The la x supper hold at thl school building Wednesday! night, taking all things into con-1 nidi-ration, was quite a success.1 Tho rain of tho morning render-! .d ngont for this county. Mr. Southworth Is a young man, who evidences great on thuslusm Tor the work in which he is engaged, and comus to us u-ry thoroughly equipped, we holiovc. Notsonl.v lias he the thoorotioul knowledge of his line, but his labors since 1007 have been in the Southwest, so by practical experience, lie has boon in touch with similar localities to our own for several years. Ida wants to be of re...

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. — 13 November 1914

7 THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Revelations of the Kaiser's Personal Spy By Dn Armgaard Karl Graves Who, for n Number of Year Prior to His Arrest And Betrayal in England in 1912, was Emperor Waiiam'a Molt Trusted Personal Spy. (CornUbt. 1011. br U Mission That Led to Abdul Hamid's Overthrow. As I have told you. I entered tho Qerman eeorot service through the admiralty dopartmont, the chief of which was Captain von Tappkon. In July, 1905, there camu a hurried sum mons from Captain von Tappken for two to report at Koo.Mggratzoratrasso 70. I lost no tlmo In getting around, nor did I havo to wait to bo ushered up. 1 was Bhown dlrett to the cap tain's ollloo and as ho rvtjolved me, I noticed that ho was In a rather ex cited framo of mind. "Vordaramtl Doctor I am going to lose you. I am requested by thb Wll helmstrasso (tho airman foreign of fice) to hand you over to them. Vet." annoying. I do not Uko to lose you from our branch here. Hut we must obey, and, Doctor, you are bettering yourself. It ...

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. — 13 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. CONDENSATION OF FRESH NEWS THE LATEBT IMPORTANT DIS PATCHES PUT INTO SHORT, CRI8P PARAGRAPHS. STORY OF THE WEEK SHOWING THE PROGRESS OP KVENT8 IN OUR OWN AND FOREIGN LANDS. FOREIGN. Prof August Wolsmann, the famous xoologlst, died nt Frolburg. Ilo wan bom In Frankfort In 1881. Tlio Hx-orown PrlnowiB of Saxony la now In llrumwU, attempting to patch up a reconciliation with hor former husband. A apcolnl dispatch to a Roma News paper saya that Count Vou Schworlu, a rolatlvo of tho Kaiser, who wn.i wounded at tho battlo of tho Marno, haa died from hla wounds. Moru than 100 state banking insU tutlona throughout tho 1'nltod States havo appllud to tho Fodornl Ilesorvo Uonrd for admission to the now bank Ihk system. Tho American Bteantor Kroonland haa boon roloaHod by Hritlsh officials at (llhraltnr and will Hall. leaving tho copper and rubber or tier cargo for a vordlct of a prlsto court. Tho second week's report of tho American commission for rollef In Holgluin shows...

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. — 13 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS &OORiER:yicItls l,a,c ?om 'hrc? Uo seven tons per nerc. occu ih,UJHlltHl Hxfvs Fm'hy iifrom fnr 10 ciht hundred The Courier Publishing Company P",M'S Pr acr.c : ' , Sun Antonio hxpertmen & E. Parks- . - Editor Farm.-Sudnn grass, a new Z. drouth resistant. Seed yield kiwi uirtw PosioMm nt-Cnl mb". at this station has varied firomj tills ITS SWCWtl Mtv .MIU1 .Mill IIIIUCU iu "''V uuonwia jiti (acre. The forage varied from five to seven tons per acre. The Lodge Pool Hall 1 1 CflHstmaS is Coillil! ft Subscription Rates. i i jvi iip -r,-i- in ndvHnu... 4I.SA we l his season wc secured an ir IT not mll In l mik-. tifto itiontltH In NihHiM'f. Advertising Rates average of slightly more than four ions per acre for the firsw cutting. fit wit m ixh rolumn iwh. ! Prcseott (Arizona) Chamber invrtlim. 10 cent Hr slnk uolmitii u'h, iHintnu't. IH'iii column hiu of Commerce. We grew a iHr linn viu'li Insertion. ... 1 small plot on a quarter of an SUDAN GRASS RELIABLE CROP acr' o...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 13 November 1914

The Courier Ccnt-A-Word Classified Adds FREE FREE AdvcrtlwinentH In ttitn eo'ninn will in lnorttl In thin column ut a cit ol tme cont ii word, each Issue. T you. liuvu anything ut Hell, tru,de or rout, or If you want to buy or truth for anything, tell tliu world ubout It In Mils column. Kvurybody ruds it. Dry butteries at MlUoi's Drun Store. tf . Renew your Hubsoriptlon to t ho Courier. Dry but tortus for the online ut MUlor'f Drujr Store. tf Try our celubrutod L'luzn coT lie. Elliott & Company. Buy your sparlc plugH for your auto at Miller's tlrut; store. Subscribe for tin Columbus Courier. If you u'unt fo rent, buy or ..(II it house cull ul the Town Co. offlcu. J. Vf. Blnlr. tf E. P. & S. W. Time Card Wo.st Bourn! So. II Liinltad IK)7 t in. .o. 7 Mixed -11:17 p.m. ; lwist Hound No. 4 Limited l:J:irpin. No' 8 Mixed - Ninon m JI20 norus deeded land for sule r trade three miles oust of Columbus. Address: William Tate, 71 1 West lnki- avemu . Los Anjiflfs, Calif. tf Your appli...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 13 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. i r ft GERMANS MATCH SLAVS IN GREAT DEATH STRUGGLE Russians Officially Claim Big Victory Ovor tho Austro German Armies In West Poland. ALLIES' LINE FIRM London and Pari Declare Germans Have Failed to Advance an ' Altne River In Last Two Weeks. Summit)' of Events. With tlitSxorptioii of the fall of Tsiug Tmu the nitwit significiuit report from any of the battle fronts, ami the most welcome from the Allies' point of view, is that the Kussinn armies, besides driviug tho Austrinns bek in Qalieis, linve inched the Wartlto river in Russian Pols ml and es tablished thumselvos on the Bast Pnissiau front ior. In fact, n Berlin offieinl report says liussinn cavalry crossed the Wnrthe, but were driven back. To this tho Russian report adds that the town of "Wnrta, on the Wnrthe river in Poland, has been occupied and that a German col umn has gone westward through Czenstochowa, which is very near the Russian frontier. Alllec Hold Line Firmly. At the end of two weekB of cont...

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. — 13 November 1914

) I THE COLUMBUS COURIER. WmfflESTM) THE W BRAN7JS4H1 mm sure m mi i Si,Mlt.S. ?. REVOLVER AND PISTOL CARTRIDGES. Winchester Revolver and Pistol cart ridges in all calibers prove their sup eriority by the targets they make.' Shoot them and you'll find they are ACCURATE, CLEAN, THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC HAS INVESTMENT OF $14,000,000 IN NEW MEXICO. Real-Life Romance. In rr&l llfo ono somotlmcfl gets tho wholo of n romnnco and neon It result a tho leading lady thereof cooking for boArdcrs. Atchison Globe A mouso sccrcs a woman almost as cadly OB a milliner's bill scarps n man. 'THE choicest and mildest of tobaccos a whole someness most 'ac ceptable! FATIMA the Turkish-blend cigarette. "Dhtlncttvely Individual" tttou cannot seatreFatfma Clqarettei from Aidrtjs Fatims DcpC, 11 J Filth Are- New Yotk.N.Y. four cea:er, uw turn v pleased to send you three packages postpaid on receipt of ItOc. S IN GOLD f iH flend uk tho namo of any rciponilblo party who It Interuttrd In tlio purchase of a pia...

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. — 13 November 1914

T F0XW0RTH-0AL6RAITH CO EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER SASH Talk About the High Cost of Lhpj Ve don't care how high prices 6 ours remain just the same MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING We are offering 10 per cent Discount on all Paints NEW MEXICO Let your aext pir be W A L K 0 V E R Si Werdi caswt express the Beauty, Style, Fit and Finish of ike new Fall and Over We offer ymi 15 pound Sugar - $1.60 We have a complete line ot all Winter Walklbds of smoked and canned meats. We have a specialty every day -'use swan down flour iiOVER - s A M R A V E L y ii - i i. -i . II....... MOHHHaBMMaildWmBRaMllWM I Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louis Hellberg John R.Blair J. W Blair, Local Agent Promoters of Columbus We have located and sold over 100,000 acres of Lower Mim bres Valley, lands. Know every foot of the Valley and can secure for you the best bar gains. A few government claims yet to be had Buy your town lots from us and get them first hand; best terms giv...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 November 1914

Published in the Interest of Columbus and the Horter Mltfh, cs XaUelhe Land of Golden OpportU0es '"a,,l,"'ll,,,l'l','''''l, fcjP IttB BBII wHBfc BBb MfllHfi clHBHHSBMB flflBBtt ifii V0 IV' c Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, November 20, 1914. No. 23. Farmers Should Have An Organization 'Phi" Department or Agricul turo is continually reouiving in llltiltilfcl fl.!,!! fill ill...! t.,.1. il 1t at i I , r i . . , howJnrmnrs ought to organize. The Ms we r to. swell u general qtietion inusL necessarily be Unit it depends partly iim.i thf pur- 'iculur needs of u given com - mttnity and partly upon the upucity which farmers have to '.itnhMsh u lid manage the work if u suitable organisation. Tltuio should!.,, a .strong local poling ; ot the need of some mproyument; and UmtoerUiin definite aims or j purposes can bo more tut l,y j rniiizvii wh o uiu iuu ui orgnuiKcu intoic.stund activity than through individual effort ulono. Lt is folly to expect that mure or gunizution. as such, will uc.hi...

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. — 20 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 22 I Indians boforo Columbus landed. NJjj MM ' MSjWf I k'M7 1 f Only n few years ago among the Oft - WW7?;!, lM5J 4 caves or Arliona the mummified re- )U W MVfe Z7JRK?r -J5m mains of a turkey wore found. Prac- S&tmjSK&SM Wp&ZZ? MP tlcally ovory envo once occupied by IWir7r i i WYTti W' Yi' ASKW the cliff dwellers of that region con II I I ! 60 PPy avCJL BREEDING OF ALFALFA Interesting Experiments Mado at South Dakota Station. It existed ou this continent with tho Indians boforo Columbus landed. Only a few years ago among the caveB or Arliona the mumralflod re mains of a turkey wore found. Prac tically ovory onvo once occupied by the cliff dwellers of that region con tained the banes or feathers of tho turkey, but this specimen Is Intact. Its age in a matter of speculation among the scientists of the National museum at Washington, where the specimen is on exhibition. Another Interesting fact resulted from a scien tific expedition which Dr. C. Hart Me...

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