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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 November 1914

LATEST NEWS EPITOMIZED PROM TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS THAT COVER THE WEEK'8 KVENTS. I OF MOST INTEREST KEEPING THE READER POSTED ON MOST IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS. Western Newspaper Union News Dirties. WE8TERN. An order plncing ovory county In Ohio under qunrnutlno was Issued by tho stnto ngrlculturnl commtBRlon. J. A. Dovnn, elected otnto rcpronontn Uvc In Tooele county, will bn tho first Socialist to servo in the Utah IORlnln turo. Fnlrfnx Harrison, president of the Southern Railway, wnB olected presi dent of tho American Highway Asso ciation nt Atlanta, (la, Tho Georgia Supromo Court at At lanta affirmed tho conviction of Leo M. Frank, convlctod of murdorlng H year-old Mary Phngnn. Congrcsamnn-eloct Josoph 0. Can non tins brought suit for $25,000 dam ages ngolnst the Pross-Dcmocrnt, a Danvillo, 111,, Democratic pnper. Gov. Henry C. Stuart Issued a proc lamation calling on Virginia to aid the people of Uelglum. Tho governor alms at collecting a shipload of pro visions. Plans for a natlon...

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. — 20 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. .1 5 "fUnlHil Kvprj KHiIh.v I.j tcm. Thkcburier Publishing Company, thc Prfc,,t adminis.tl Tl J. . L heed of prompt actti yWittJI'Upl OUR NEW BANKING SYSTEM THf COLUMBUS COURIER " ptla T"io,? cnAb TA mini- dinno'cK in our old fevs- " --- "V J With the incoming oP iistration, the a k A nrhnn in thifl ! WK V - -'-to - GfBAHRS - - Editor mutter was grasped, and a roe . ... . ommcndaiion made by tlic i&Afl nt tf I'oHtoniaaaCOiMmntiuN resident that legislation1' be sniwllbxipo. biF'trHMMrmtmi tlirltrntl' , ,, . . i i th Matin us swontl (JttSH Mull Mm- had. He joined with congress in working out a measure, and" Subscription Rates. finally a draft of a bill was wyntr in iuUhiim. h- framed and the mslisu re took IMld in HUVHm-. ivh tor , Iwrvr It wn mm-li iwBinmk """ " .... m- -r- - - - mod I lied ana cnangcu irom inc . AdoirtiMihg -Rates original draft, as its weak pointt un p Ki- wliinm lm'lt. rfiieh discovered, and whilc.it; nftiii, eontnti't. Lncnl twthuiui . "...

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. — 20 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Courier Ceat-A-Word Classified Adds AdvortlseiuoM In thla'cn'tunn will Ih Inserted lit thl'x (idluinn nt n cost of diio coot u word, each lssuo. It you Iihvo anything to sell, trtulo or rent, ur If you wunt to -buy ok trade for anything, toll tho wot'ld about It In this coluuui. Kvurybody rands It. Dry butturlos nt Mlller'a Drug Storo. tf Renew your subscription to tlio CourlOt. Dry butturlos for the engine nt Miller's Drug Storo. tf Try our coiobrnk'd PIawi oof f,.o. Elliott & Company. iiuy your Jtpurlc plugs for your auto nt Millar's drug storo. Subaoribo for tho ColumbUH I'ourior. If you want fo rant, buy or sell a house call nt tlio Town Co. oMce.J. W. Blnir. tf E. P. & S. W. Time Card West Bound No. a-Limited - - 1:07 p in. No. 7 Mixed 1 1:17 p.m. East Bound No. 4 Limited - lti:ir p in. No H Mixed II mf.it. in 5120 acivs deeded land for sale or trade -three miles fast of Columbus. Address: William Tate, 711 West iiUo uwiiw, Los Angeles, Calif. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 November 1914

GREAT STRUGGL NOW DEVELOPING Five Big Russian Armies Movo Southward and Wostward Upon East Prussia. GERMANS GROSS YSER RIVER They Hold Dlxmude and Go Toward Channel Coast In Spite of Oppc elUon By the French and OritUh. Summary of Events. While the battle in West Flan ders continues to hold public at tention because of tine desperate character oE the fighting, the num bers of men engaged and the ter ritory at stoke, military men look upon East Prussia as the present center of gravity of the war. tn tho latter Hold of operations, a tremendous battle is developing. The Russians aro pushing vigorously & great enveloping movement. Thoy aro ougagod with the Germans along a wide curve or 160 mlloa from Stallu ponoa, In tho nortlionst, through Qol dap and Kruglankcn, which la well within the tanglo of lakos, down to Soldau In tho southwest. Check the Retreat Military obsorvora say tho Germans apparently have chocked their rotreat In Poland and by counter attacks are endeavoring to crea...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. o Personal Spy By Dr. Armgaard Karl Graves Who, for a Number of Years Prior to His Arrest and Betrayal in England in 1912, was Emperor William's Most Trusted Personal Spy. fCorrtlcht. uii. bi Umi My Mission and Betrayal in England. November 18, 1911, 1 received the usual numinous to report nt tho Wll hplmstrasso. Inntond of being brought before Count von Wcdol, 1 was taken over to KoonlggrntzcrstraBBO 70, to tho German admiralty Intelligence de partment. Hero I met my old ohlof, Captain Tappkon, bond of tho nnval branch of the Intolllgonco department. The oriptnln briefly Informed me that It had been deemed ndvlsnblo to 'Bond me to England unwelcome news, this, an you will see. In tho UBiial curt yet polite manner of Gorman ofllcora, tho captain Intro duced mo to thrco nnval exports. Ono wan a construction officer, another In the signaling department, tho third an expert on oxploslvoH nnd mlnos One nt a time thoy took me In hand, groom ing mo In tho Intricacies...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 20 November 1914

THE 00LUMBU8 COURIER. . m 4 years of merit are back of our Store FOXWORTH-GALBRAITH CO EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER SASH DOORS MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING We are offering 10 per cent Discount on all Paints COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Heilberg Louis 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 given purchasers. Heilberg & Blair, or Columbus, New Mex. 418 Roberts-Banner Bidg. EL PASO, TEXAS 4 v to 03S5 Fmir orU Khup nlnced us where ve are today. Why? Be cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers and patrons. Our motto is, 'To see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 November 1914

Published in the Interest o( Columbus and the Lower tiimbres ValleyThe Land of Golden Opportunities Tiir IriL Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County. New Mexico, November 27, '1914. No. 24. The Irrigation of to 12 inches deep in the spring. TIll'SO (TOOK IIMV 1)1! Iiastlll'eil .NcW Landi,u,i" ,," w'i,,,,',' After u year 'or two of this treatment ulfuirit CHU lie successfully established, Ariwmu Blade Tribune, is writ- lir,4l. j or 1 years. Tiki imieh . ini for Arizona conditions, but emphasis cannot bo laid on the applies so well to all the South-' importance of cultivation. The -,.ut, where irriimUnn nrnviiik. ' "'"d should be cultivated after The following, from the we believe it valuable to our readers, so give it space. every irrigation. Iflvon wheat j jaud alfalfa should lie cultivated, llttimr it uitilfii (iMit.li lmi'i'iiw' it'illi iM I'M t vipi mi uu, r u i r , , .i . I i 1 T . liiiitlt will. liiilrttiiiiilj tt ii t'jiiii liii a special , the latter. OULTI VATIC! One very common err...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The "Triple French Twist" Coiffure AMONG the now ways of doing tho hair which were launched with tho oncoming of tho present season tho stylo known as the "Ffonoh twist" mado hoadway (aster than sonu other ot tho now Ideas. As ordinarily done It proved a rather trying coiffure to all but youthful, round-faced wearers. Dy bringing the long coll of hair to tho top of tho head and pulling a por tion of It forward on to the forohoad a more becoming arrangement result- regular waves. Also small supports ol crepe hair may bo necessary, In case the natural hair Is thin, to support It. The hair must first bo partod oft at ouch side In a lwrt extending from the forehead to the napo of the neck. This divides the hair Into threo equal ly heavy strands, ono along tho center and one at each sido of the head. Koch portion Is then waved. The hair at the sldos Is combed for- ed, especially when tho hair was llrst j ward to ho out of tho way, and tho waved. At tho end of tho su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 November 1914

ra 1 1 nr mi limn mi i .1 ADytM L OJID Dlarnoll put it Justly when ho Bitld Hint wnr dc-oa not solve, but complicated, wrltoa a corre spondent of tho Chicago Ncwb from Uulgnrln. This truth was very clonrly domonHtrntod in tho Balkans In tho Inst two bloody yoarB. Tho rhrlstlnn Btatca wore ngnlnst the Turk In order to nolvo by forco of arms tho long mooted eastern twos tlon. Tho result of tho struggle In this peninsula la well known to tho world Tho Macedonian quo&tlon, which wbb tho real eastern quostlon, was not solved, but out of It sprang, lo addition to It, an Acgoan quostlon, an Kplrus (juofltlon, n Thrnolan ques tion, a Dobroudjan question, and last, bat not least, the question of Snlonlkl. I need not touch upon tho subject of the deeolntlon and depopulation of the a ffec toil districts, which today hnvo tho appearance of a vorltnblo wilderness. Tho rocont Flnlknn wnrs cost the IJnlkan states $1,000,000,000 In money and a million llvos, count ing tho thousands of victims o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER -"p""'" A ,'livid- cd up if you wish, wc feel sure 1'iibHhliMi Kvr KriilM it will be a goob investment for The Courier Publishing Company thcdonor and a,so t,his m' . . muntty, and wc don't believe G. E. Pak Editor wc over state the fact, when wc conclude so many of our read KnuinMl at yiH . IVjHtomwjunN.hu.ii crs ns can wth justice to them- Nftw Mtwouu, tor ttniiiSmiHHlnii lhi'ouKl , th Muffen SSwond ntm Mull Mm ' selves, should give us this 'ad I ' . . . -. ditional support. Wc need it and deserve it and want it, and I. aft w wc hope you wont forget it J when you have finished read- j - ing this article. Come in at Advertising Halts - . nnnn .... I subscription, and add i IllUh. fOlltlltft, IxH'Hl onllUllll f. tlt I nniStUnr nnn nr two to tt fnr f hr I year 1915, and let us altogether Subscription Rates ftiiV If not nun) In iuIvki IV HlOllUlK III atH lllH't'. Lodge Pool Hall . ghrjstmas js Qomjn tU ertuirt nor liiirlt tmlumti Wm'Ii. puc'I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 November 1914

THE COLUMNS GOWtlJfitt. The Courier Ccnt-A-Word Classified Adds Adn-itlM ini nlH in thi t uuin w ill Im IriM rit'il in this column Hi ii cost til one cent u word, each Nsui'. It vnu Ituvu iin.i thing t' H'H trade or ivnU or If you u nut to buy or trade ftfr nvthin?. toll tin world about It In Ud's column. Kvci'ybod.v r.'iids It. Dry litiiUTius at Miller's Oruj? .Sam, tr I lent w your MitbsoripUim to tlio Courier. AND THE DINGERTYs" AWOKc Idea That Thoy Were Oettlnn Some thing for Nothing Received Sudden and Severe Jolt. The Mcndy rumble did not en. o Mrs. .lessup Dinger! v hold of the window sill with her hand mid thrust her lujml mil of I lie window. "Oh, .lessup!" kIu- cried n moment later. "A dirt.v coalman i putt con I down our cellar, nnd we haven't ordered any coal, have we?" KITTY'S LUCKY DAY Dy CLAUD GERVASE. Kitty Sunders kepi the bellboy wait in); a full four minutes while site deliberated over the hastily writ ten note which lie had brought her. Considering the heat of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. BURIAL OF ENGLISH SAILORS ECONOMICAL FEEDING OF LITTLE PIGS IlimHBMHMIBIinilHnaHBBIIIHHHnNinHMHHHHH Sceno at tho burial ot forty-threo English sailors whose bodies drlftod Ashore at Ornvenznndo (Hook of Holland' The mn were members of tho crews of tho Cressy and othor Hrltlsh ousels sunk bv the nermann PIHJOIfl BATTLE DIRIGIBLE'S El How "Republique" Went to Her End Graphically Described by Writer. BOMBS DROP FROM CLOUDS Terrer-Strlcken Citizens See Fren-.h Machine Burst Into Flames After Spectacular Fight. Then G Out In Darkness and Night. . , . T. . ,. Tne fallowing word pi- tur portrajrim; phantom night battle btwMt alrahtM. i and the terror of a municipality an aerial bomb uttaek. cornw from Br- Itn. although It wsi written on the etit aesorir-eu nerein. uwinic to me mnci mu- .nnn.nt . nnl rw.rmltll !.. irtv th , pondent woa not prmitt-l to stvr th nam er tne town afcout wm nw a Graphically Herlln The little French town Is lying asleep. It can do so in safel...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 27 November 1914

f LOST FRIEND By H. M. EGBERT. .repyrlgjit 19M, y W. O. Chapman.) ril Jim Slco snt In hlo nwlvol chair jad looked at Miss Elizabeth Hny nml polled hh drooping muetneho. Colon! 8lco was the limt man In tho orld whom ono would hnvo associated th a lnw c,ty tro A llttlo ovor fifty, porhnps, with a splendid, flguro tad military boarlnR, thoro was norno thing (tilvalroUB about tho man In ..it. nf IiIr rnmitntlon. If thoro can ba jridw of fnitt llvors, tho colonel un doiibtcdly belonged to tho hlglioBt paJe In 50 homes ho wan regarded i a man of unblomlHhod reputation; itnl those who know what his life was I lomohow exonerated him. Tho rolnnul had fallen holr to tho itore on hla brother'n death, and ho hail not known what to do with It. His first act wan to call all tho em ployeoa together and raise tholr sala tie. Then ho promoted all tho pretty drl cIcrkH. Tho colonel's old-fashioned idea was that the prettier a girl was mil every girl wan pretty If she had health and a sweet lumper the...

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. — 27 November 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER FOXWORTH GALBRAITH CO. U 4 years of merit are back of our Store 3 Four years of merit have placed us where we are today. Why? Be cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers and patrons. Our motto is, uTo see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER SASH DOORS MOULDING CEMENT Hfhat our customer demand. W e certainly hai)c enjoyed our tour years residence here. We came here when the town aa rmall and our business has grown With the toWn. In celebrating our fourth anniversary We offer the finest line of shoes pro duced. -the WALK-OVER. Also Ladles' and Men's Clothing. Our line of Groceries Is complete. Investigate Use Swan Down Flour --SAM Yours for Business, RAVEL I PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING We are offering 10 per cent Discount on ail Paints COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO Contest No. :UW! Serial No. OltHtl NOTICE OF CONTEST Department of Clio liitt't'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 4 December 1914

After January 1st, 1918, the Subscription Price of the Courier Will be $1.50 per Year Vol. IV. ColumbllS. Lunn Cnimfv Nnw Mvin n,,mUr A tA Nn 9K. Article by Rev. Boddington Trade With The Adversers tfntitinttfft, tile kindness Ml the Kdilor. i ii i. ...ti i i , ..it i in II ii 1 1 1 1 Mm in- n-pifsfiutMi lie is nut iisIiiiiiiimI tn offer tin iic-Ii week with ii short article public, lie curries fresher .Icaiing with sunn pints- or its ami more up to dale si0,.. o nmnv activities. V would tul nut ti rull.v tint's more busnies this iipiMirtunit.v of thanking our than the mutt who ducsn't uthcr it m iit paper fnr tin' many riHirtf sits Unit have been shown us from time to time, in the work ii; bringing the ui'tivitv itic, of tin Church before the notice of the people. The "Press" is tun I ilii most powt'i fill luetors or modern times in moulding pub Use. unil hiii easily afford to sell .von cheaper His rent is not UII.V higher, his aeiiorul expenses it I'm the .mi mo, he makes ipiie sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 4 December 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER GERMAN ARMORED CRUISER SCHARNHORST Self Control Regarded as Valuable Aiset Br ELIZABETH FITZSIMMONS PUUpU.Pa. rh tfcharnhorst in one ot tut .nil-.".- thm suited o disastrously for the Lrltlsb squadron took irfPi in th im;tl battle off th imiu of t hilt smi that ro- WEARY OF KILLING "f nvf soul the aoodnet nf a I'M thai Is dlvim- llrn It thi spirit r Pram.. Kmtire Mill) H. thank ' "Mi Vive la Frawrf' ' PLAY PEER ROLES Fronch Officer Vividly Portrays' GERMANY PAYS FOR AN AUTO Church Steeples and Their Part in Horrors of War. "We Fired My God anil They Stretched Out Dead Our Grape hat Tore Chunks In Them. But Still They Came." Nw York Vlvldlj portraying the fcortocs of the war in Kurofw, in light lag In taud-Alled tranche with r tench awl Clerman and Urite tcartnt at Chitas Man Receives U.NO Marks for Car Worth Only 1-t.000 When New Chicago The eftlrluncj or the tier man Bovertiwent is tdiowti in nntro ways taut one affording to rVrdlHAMil Haute of this olt One of ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 4 December 1914

mm MX CHARMS OF MUSIC Oy PHILIP HARRISON. (Corr''"''!. by '. O. Chapman.) gomotlinoa a poet Is born (tboy nro Bot moda) In nn unpromising plnco. But then, ovorybody known thnt. Thoro i hardly a father but haa looked upon tho cherubic countonnnco of bla holr nd liopcil dovoutly that tho deadly, unpractical gift of fho muao haa not been vlBltcd upon mm, At leant, hardly a farmur father in Mlddleboro. It la essentially n farm Ing commulty. Tho bankor and tho parson, the otorokoopor and tho livery man lime their proper recognition, of course, but Mlddleboro haa no use for poetry However. Henry Milton wan not a poet, ho was born a musician. And that wan worso. For pooLy, unhnl- uni-u " nnuoii ii, ifiniui- lion to Mlddleboro. nnd n young fellow l...n.l '1U I, Ifl IKBM 1. .. 1... - 1 wita Kurn hii uiiioriuuuio namo an .Mil ton might hnva been expected to suc cumb but mimic "See here. Hen," tmld hl rather. "I don't object to your playing the old planner. I guess thnt'a what plannerH I meant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 4 December 1914

THE OOLUMBUB OOUKIER. IHE COLUMBUS COURIER ,,,c G.rc'" Wc?'- ?ur dcvolp-, incut has yet largely' to come, j iNii.iuiwd txvry KrWu.s ' Dreamers wc must have to sec The Courier Publishing Company ' 2rent development of the future, and who may out of G E. PakKS Editor "c enthusiasm even depart from the old and beaten paths Kntomt at . tin ro!toBki.('olinMiii f need be. to bring that de-1 tin .MhIK u KwwhI ri MhII Mm- vclopinciit to fruition; mavi even have to rock the boat to The Lodge Pool Haii Tf Christmas is Subscription Raw. vMr ft mU MM 1m kJviiim. V ix hhwiiHs Ht nlVfce. foi AtiOerttsiny Rates arouse the legarthy and utter conservatism into which wc have fallen and devise new paths, routes and ways which would be utterly foreign to the r Mm hIi inrtion. Sit Still Don't Rock the Boat OVER 68 YEARS' EXPERIENCE . aaniiiiiiMaur r.H hw. ir otntru- ruinnm inch. -mu-Ii onc steeped in such conscrva-n-tprllon. 1 t-i-ni trr wl-. hup . . ., rWti, (outran. l.iH-al cninnin h nt tism as the ab...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 4 December 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER, ! " The Courier Ccnt-A-Word Classified Add s Advert! MimmtH In tills co'timn will I inoi1il in this column at n cost o( nnocuntti word, unuh Issue, li ,voti Imvo anything to hoII, trade or rent, or it you want to buy or trade for uUVthliiK. tell tlio world about it in this column Ilvorybody road it. Dry biitUM'los utlillcr's Drug Xioro. tr Konuw your subscription to tho Courier. USEFUL III RELIC By 8ELINA ELIZABETH HIQOIN8. Dry ImtturiisH for the unitm tit Mlllor's Drug: Store. tf Try our mdubrutud Plawi cof ffc. Elliott & Coin i hi ny. Huy your spark pittas for your iiutont M drug store. Sulisurilic for tile Columbus Courier. If you want fo rent, buy or soli ti house cull at t he Town Co. otlk-o. -.1. Itluir. tf E. P. & S. W. Time Card West Hound No. II -Mm Hud 1:0" p in. No. 7 Mixed 1 1:17 p.m. ICust Hound No. I-Limited l'J:!.". p hi. No' s Mixed :i:5r. u in ue res deeded land for salo nr trade thrue miles oust Columbus. Address- William Tale, 711 Wes...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 4 December 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER, KB INFORMATION REGARDING TURKEY FLOCK AND OTHE Cities MUSEUM or A Pair of The ordinary srttb turkey hen will lay (rem IS to 3 eggs per season, but tho well-bred bird now produces as high as from 4C to 80 eggs, the aver age on most farms nowadays being abeut 3 A turkey does not mature until It Is about three years old, and to obtain strong and vigorous offspring hens from two to throe yoars old should be mated to strong, active males of the same age or older. Tho males and females should never be taken from SIMPLE HOUSE FOR POULTRY' " I Warmth Will Always Be Prime Fac tor In Egg Production Benefit of Plastered Walls. The simplest poultry house I the best. Better results have been ob- taiaod by UBlng the okl and well known plan of having a house eight feet in front and six feet In the rear, ten or twelve feet square, with a win dew on the south side, than from any other, and such a house costs but lit-! restaurant, win reruse to jumoie ;er man me worn nigutuawK. ...

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