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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 25 December 1914

Tkt Courier Cent'AW6ri) Classified Ada's .nt in tlilK eo'umn will It trade ii...ituntM ltl Mult WJ uimi win P "Si Void. cuul Issue. U you KSfSA "i to oll. trad? of ronl. I" want lo buy " r,luu. l.u. dumn fcveryiiuuy ... Ull for In rjry blttUTlOH nt. Millof'H Drug Store. nonow vinn- subscription to the Courier Dry batteries for the oiitftno nt Miller DruR Storo. m Trra Cornier lulfl. thuy not result Buy your spnrlt plug&ftr your auto at Miller's drujr HtOrO. Subsct'ilic for tint Courier Columbus if you want fo root, buy or ' sell a house cull at tho Town Co. i office. .1 W Bli. " E. P. & S. W. Time Card THE COLUMBUS COURIER, BALTIC IS A PEACEFUL SEA Arnold Dennett Telle the Pleaturea ol a Day's Sail Through Varied Seascape and Landtenpec. Although there in n lively pleasure in discovering oven Hie dullest and smallest towns and village, the finest lArVt fNTEREST IN SKELETON Romalne Found In England. Remark, able for Large Size of Head, Have Aroused Scientist. Professor Keith ...

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. — 25 December 1914

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. . imim That Printer Aoalnl MOVING HEAVY FRENCH GUN INTO ACTION The advtfrtUemont had nuzzle u Bppnuuius, uui wiu rector Wm tin. . n-.-i. !;.. n.- . 6 more pussldd When some fifty or J IaiIIm Mann nil itinr-riunlttn.. hla house nt tho appointed hour "I onn koep a sot of book," r. p!icd tho first applicant, "but I hitetrt a basa voice." 1 Tho rector soomod still more t; led. 0 M BAA Mi m i 1 Si. Just before a battle on the rench lata placo. LIFE OF SPY IS BRIEF M FULL OF BHIBBT Notebook of Official in France Discloses Stories of Many Daring Feats. SHORT SHRIFT WHEN CAUGHT Take-Most Desperate Chances and Usually Die With Back to Wall If Taken In Zone of Battle They Are Tried on the Spot. London. Thcso notes were written by a man engaged by the allies In an official capacity, whose dutlos con tinually colled him from Paris to the Bring lines of tho Belgian, English and French, and vrho thus has unutual opportunities of talking with the sol dlers and frequently seei...

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. — 25 December 1914

Underneath the High-Cut Vest A Business Advcntwe of Emma McChcsncy By EDNA FERBER doth of "Dnen O'llara," "Bullmi Slit Down, " tic. Copyright We nil curry with us Into tho one-Jht-stand country called Slooplnnd, a uS working nightmare that wo p f .m nnd aiinln. no matter bow Sod tho thomo or netting cf our . I,.. Your surgoon, toaslng Siy on his bod, sees hlmsol cut. ilng to romovo an appendix, only to dUcovcr that that unpopular portion his patient's anatomy already bobs In nlcohollo glco In a bottlo on tho top ,hclf of tho laboratory of a moro ulort professional brother. Your civil on elRccr constructs Imaginary brldgon li.i.h aiumti and fall aa qutoklyas they rc completed. Your stago fnvorlto, in tho throes of a post-lobstor night mare, has a horrid vision of herself resting In January. But wjion ho who sells goods on tho road groans nd ioabos In the clutches of n dread ful dream, it la, strangely -enough, never of canoolod orders, maniacal rein schedule, lumpy mattrossos, or rll...

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. — 25 December 1914

THE COLUMBUS COUIIXER, F0XW0RTH-GALBRA1TH CI 4 years of merit are back of our Store rtvB M STB I I ml EVERYTHING JN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER - - SASH DOORS MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING SH We are offering iO per cent Discount on I ali Paints H COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO 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 Mirn 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. Hellberg & Blair, EtSstwfc or Columbus, New Mex. W&M www WWW WWWW Four years of merit have placed us where we are today. Why? Be cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers arid patrons. Our motto is, "To see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody get tKeir money s worth." Our exper...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 January 1915

The Year 1915 will be the best evei for this part of the S uhshine State 'W THE COLU US COURIE Vol. IV. Florida Newt Items Towns, like dthor things, must have ii beginning. Somo towns spring into oxisUmoo us If by magic and make such rapid Kiwjli tliut ure tho iiiiino can bo placed on tlio map, have pro grossed to proxr,tlons of a good sized city. Such conditions imiy 1)0 strikingly exhibited in for mation, growth and development of the town, or olty of Florida, which Is at prosimt practically -.unknown beyond Luna Comity, and, in fact, may bo unknown to Kotno of tho Courier waders. To such will sav that Florida is lo cuU'il some fivu mill's south of the Florida Mountains and mid way between Waterloo and Sun uyside, occupying tho heart of the Mlmbres Valley. The natural conditions aro favorable lo growth and development of a large populous, successful busi ness center. Water, the leading requirement of tho Valley, is lound here in profusion and the soil is probably unsurpassed for r...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 January 1915

Catching Up With Christmas A Business Adventure By EDNA Authit tf "Daim O'Hata, " wn(i vj irnuncs SI months ot bad luck had dogged hw footsteps of Mm. Emma McChes ley. traveling saleswoman for tbo T A. Duck Fcalherloom Petticoat com (tony, New York It had started with Hit-weeks' lllnesH endured In tho dis comfort of a stuffy little hotel bed room at (Men Hook. Minn. By August ide was back In New York, attending ts outof-town buyers. Thoio friendly middle western per sons showed dismay at her pale, hollow-eyed appearance. They spoko to tier of ollvo oil taken thrlco a day, ot mountain air, ot cold baths, and, abovo nil, of tho advisability ot leaving the road and taking on Inside position. At hat Emma McChesney always showed nlgns of unmistakable Irritation. In Scptomber her son, Jock McChes ney, Just turned eighteen, went blithe tr off to college, disguised as a mil lionaire's son In a blue Norfolk, silk dose, flat-heeled shoes, correctly mouatod walrus bag,' and next-week's style I...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOVBlEB. K2X2; COVCniNQ HIS TRACK3. "John," aald tho woman In a quietly larheat manner, "wliat tluio wai It wben you got horns last nlgbtt" "Eleven o'clock." "That new clock you gave me for a blrjMnjr present Is evidently wrong. I distinctly heard It strike two." "Oh, yea, that clock ha novel mod ern ways that are a little confuting at tint. What la struck was one and one, side by side, which makes cleten, you know. It Isn't worth bothering wltti. I'll tako It right back and change It.. for one that strikes the plain old fashioned way." SURE. fho Artist An artist's failures often live long utter he's gone. The-Doctor We've got you beaten. We bury ours. Fascinated. "They bad a very swell wedding. I hear." "Tho flowers and the dresses were so magnificent that a lot of women forgot to cry." A Worse Loss. "Looks llko a loss of good material to seo two girls kissing." "How about our congressmen wast ing their valuablo oratory on each oth' er?" Kansas City Journal. A Popular ...

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. — 1 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOURI15K. THE COLUMBUS COURIER, Published Kver bVltlay hy j The Courier Publishing Company i G. E. Parks Editor Snared at tliu l'oslnllltWat CohimliiiH j Subscription Rates. nM in j&rtB nartne S8.no ir par If not imM lu iillvnhew. &t fur tUHNintlw In iuIvbiiw. AdOertltlng Katt$ I'M oenVt per lngle. colntnii Inch, enujt in-wllon. 10onw psr Hln((lviilmn melt, contrast, lyociil aoluimi R cents wr fin ench Inwrtion. A Name For Every Farm The custom of naming the farm is spreading all over the United States. Iowa is prob ibly ahead of other states at present hut its lead is threaten ed. Fanners arc not naming their places for mere senti ment's sake, although that lius a lot to do with the choice of names. The farmer recognizes the advertising value that a good farm name creates. Charles Dillon, of the Kansas Agricultural College, pointed to this featuic when he said. "Why don't you advertise, Mr. Farmer? Get a name for your farm and then advertise your farm by that n...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUKU3R. Tke Courier Cent-A-VM Classified Adds Advertisements In thU co'umn wll bt limrtod In tills column at' ft cost ot Jsao ceat a word, each issue. II you 'TMVti.anvtliiair to soil, trade or rent. Jt)r 1 you want to buy or Iriulo for Bnythlmf. toll Uie world about It In tills feolUMri, Kvcrybody road It. fXS batteries at MiHor's DruR fWrc. ' ' tf ftcnow, yofi'i Itio Oouriuf. HUl)8CTiU()l to y Dry bnttorleH'for the oiitrinont IIIler'HjJruK toro. tr Try ft Courier iuld, JSUltH. tiny Hut TJuyyotn- urmrk, plus for your aljtolkt Minor's dr,UB Htore. : Subscribe for tlio Colurnbtw Courior. Little Bald Head By A. MARIA CRAWFORD If you want Jo rout, buy or sell ahou80 callTit tlo Tofyn Co. nffloo. .1. W. Itlalr. r "tf E. P. & S. W. Tune Card (CorrtM,lJU, tr Aiiociiuxi Uurarr rmt.t "When o man loves a woman as well ns I loro you, nnil when you ad mit that you lou ine but refuse to marry me, I believe- that I am jus tified in wanting to know exactly why." They wore havjng...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 January 1915

THE OOLUMEUS COURIEK. ACTUAL Detachment of Belgian carbineers In the environs of Yprct during a desperate engagement, holding an outpost against a raiding squad of German uhlans. TOLD 10 KILL SELF German Soldier Takes Own Life at Officer's Order. DISCIPLINE IS MAINTAINED Correspondent Finds Main Army Kept From Atrocities Outposts In thi Country Are Accused of Com mitting Abuses. Chicago. I have Just returned from Montdldler, 15 kilometers (nine miles) east otRoye, writes Gabriel Delagarde to the Chicago Dally News. I gleaned there Information which tends to show that, while discipline la severely main tained by the German military au thorities In the larger communities, tho uhlans and scattered outposts In the country districts have committed, outrages. I shall give one story Illus trating each phase of this .situation. When the Germans reached. Com plegne they found tho city almost empty of able-bodied men, there being only women, children and aged per sons. There were somo cases o...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Raiment of' the Bride magm AN altogether charming bridal gown, 1lnln. n .nl.t .11, .!.. tbe present mode and Independent of somo traditions, Is shown hero, It Is fashioned to suit tho bride along con servative lines which cannot be said to belong to this or that date, hut Is In good style. This handsome costume le rather Implo in design, with trained skirt of heavy whlto satin cut plain and fol lowing vaguely tho contour of tho Hg ure. It hangs from tho normal waist line and glories In an ample train of tho rich and shimmering fabric. A full undcrbodlce of chiffon makes the loveliest of foundations for the sim ple bodice of laco draped over It. Tho sen is shirred Into slight fullness at the shoulder seams and tho bodice closes surplice-fashion at tho front. This arrangement makcu a "V-shaped opening, at the back oh well as at the throat, which Is outlined with soft folds of tullo. Tbe sleoves aro set In and reach New Ostrich Millinery Trimmings IN AN author...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 1 January 1915

THE OOLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are oack of our Store Four years of merit have placed us where we aire today. Why? Be-4 . cause we are reliable and accommodating to aljlcur customers and patrons!1 Our motto is, "To see that our customers are, well pleased and that " everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience . has taught usi? hhat our cuitomera demand. We certainly haOe tnjayed our tour ieort residence hare. We earn here tthen the toityt ieM email and our business hat grottn tilth the totn. In celebrating our fourth anA.'oiflarg e otter the tlnejt line of nhoti pro- ducedtht WALK-OVER. Also Ladles' and Men's Clothlrig. Our Hut ot Groceries! complete. InOettlgoi. EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LUMBER SASH DOORS Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING Personals and Locals ' Wo tftre nfferina lO oer cent Discount on 3 all Paints NEW MEXICO P Cdumbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Lcuit Hellberg John R. Blair J, W. Blair, Local...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 January 1915

i! you yant a home of your own, come to the Lower Mimbres, "The Sunshine Valley," where health and happiness awaits you Vom. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, January 8, 1915. No. 30' New Bank Building . iyoijft!;m u how bank IjuUtllnK lOTMtfWtfHwl In liiii nourf uturoV j- --Tlio building will be located jusw ,Baggjxftbe Hoover Hotel and is to3i8'(of pressed brick, Mr. , IWbH ', president of till) ihimbUR 3ffi.to Hunk and W. 0. Hoover -?-nvo financing' tlio proposition. hrt0 hjilldlng now occupied by '.. thti Ifufik Is owned by u business vfmtn tifKI Pasoundit isRuppasod ll'ifit sumo cannot bo rented longoP, tlio rons-oii for the build ing of bunk quarters nt tlio "prusont time. Tin- managers of UurbiutU sbow their progress ivoness In erecting u modern building In whluh to do buslnoss. Sergeant .Mtijor Uompton, of thalljCh Cavalry is having U J. IUjh erect u neat comfortable ritllluhlg on bis desert claim a fewfmilo oust of town. Sor geiiiitCoiiiptoii bus a very fine eluirii and is...

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. — 8 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Wounded Respond to Cry of Rav ing Comrade. Correspondent Pent Vivid Description of the Horror of War Life In the Trenchet a Continuous Nervous Tension. By GABRIEL OEtAQARDE. Oorreepoailtnt of Chlcaito Dally New.) Amiens, France. There are four t us in the quiet Burden smoking our ifpes. What Is It a French attack, )r a German? Somewhere around 'Imulnca, 30 kilometers away, tho nnon are thundering furiously. A lullen, uninterrupted growling passes rer Amiens. Now and then we can ilstlngulsh tbo more powerful shots If tho big guns, somo of wblrh we uw paulng through here. In any asc, things are warming up out there all day the battle will continue, and ft shall suffer the anguish of not mowing what Is happening. Are the Germans piercing the French tlnesT ro the French piercing the German? All around Amiens it has been thus 'or a month., Tho somo Tillages have uon fought for, the samo positions alien and retaken. In somo places iho unburied b...

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. — 8 January 1915

C LULLING THE POULTRY FLOCK Leas Profit Secured by Ktsplnpj Dlrda Until Cold Weathar Than by Calling Early In Fall. ' Vhcn ths first cold night come, and th chicken aro rounded up from the coop- and tree and- driven Into the chicken houaea, the farmer wakes fiji to tho fact that ha haa mora chick en than ho thought he had, and many of them muat go to market Bo It hap pens that along In lato November there ta a drop in the prlco of chickens,-and the farmer often got leas clear prolU from holding hta birds till cold weather than ho would haro had from selling earlier. Tho beat way Is to keep culling right along. When you hare a number of chickens to market, call up the butcher and. sell thbm be fore leaving home. Don't put your self In the position of n man with a load which he muat sell at any prlco rather than take it home. If tho chickens are lanky and havq. two meat on mcir nones, coop mom for ten days or two weeks and fatten. Excellent Flock of White Plymouth i Rocks. A fattening...

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. — 8 January 1915

THE OOLUMBUS COURIER, THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURSER Published Kwr.v Friday by The Courier ' Publithing Company G. E. Pakks Editor Kntwml ut tlm Istllllo)UiJolumbuN W Moxleo, forirVHsmwioiitlirouBl'' tlis.SfulU us Second Olnss Mull Mut- Subscription Rare. sl.M i In ndtttueo. 4i.no mr ) veur it not paid In MWnliee, To ly-ontliMn.ailvam'e AdOcrtltlne Rales i'H OMlU IW Alt): Ms nfcr ulnirlfl column rAVaSl column 3 ent muroloiii 10 can inch, contract iwr lliie each lasertfon, CACTUS AS FEED FOR STOCK I recently read a bulletin is sued by the government on the subject of the heading, above. The plant is generally consid ered a nuisance but from this report it is a very valuable stock food. One species of the prickly pear which is found in abundance in this valley is very highly recommended as a for age plant and with 50 pounds of alfalfa and ten pounds of bran fed with 1000 pounds of the prickly pear is a good bal ance feed for milch cows as well as other stock. It haj been l...

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. — 8 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. till The Courier Ccnt-A-Word Classified Adds Advertisements in this column will I.Hf lcwricd In tills column at a cost ot grift cent a word, each" Issue. It you jiiSVu anything to unit, tinilo or rent, ojrt If you want to buy or tratle tor rtytlituir, tell the world about It In lis column. Kverybody rends It. .Dry butteries utf Miller's Dm oro. tf Renew your subscription to Mio Courior. Dpy batt-Moi for the tuwlno nt Miller's Druir Store. tf Try a t'durlur udd, thoy Kt results. Buy your spiirlc plujxs for your a'uto at MlHor's drug Bton. Subscribe for tlm Columbus Courior. If you mint fo ront, buy or soli a house call nt the Town Co. 01Huu.f-.T. VV. Blnlr. tf E: P. . & S., W. Time Card West ffo. 3 Limited No. 7 Mixed Hist No. I Limited No' B-Mixed Bound 407 p.m. 11:47 p.m. Hound ltiiin p.tn ihhh u. in 1120 uares deeded lnnd for sale or trade three miles enst of Columbus ' Address: William Tiite, 711 West Lake avenut, Los Angeles, Calif. tf Your application ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 8 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Knee-Deep in Knickers A Business AC'oenturc of Emma McChesney By EDNA FERBER Aathet "Dawn O'Hara." "DulUrtJ SlJt Down." tic Ccpjrlghl by mioiclt A. Blokw Cgnpujr When tho column ot figures under the beading known as "ProfiU," and tho column ot figures under the head ing known as "Lou" are so unevenly balanced thnt the wrong sldo ot the ledger sags, then to the listening stockholders there comes the painful thought that at the next regular meet ing It is perilously possible that tho reading may come under the heads of assets and liabilities. There had been a meeting in thu offices ot tho T. A. Buck Featherloom. Petticoat company. New York. The quarterly report bad had a startltngly lop-alderl sound. Atter It was orer Mrs. Emma McChesney, secretary ot the company, followed T. A. Duck, its president, into the big, bright show room. T. A. Duck's bands were thrust deep into his pockets. He turned to face Emma McChes ney. "Well," he aatd, bitter...

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. — 8 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOURIKR. Homelyn THelpsT SHOULD INTEREST ALL CITIES Cxpart'a Report on Conditions In Springfield, III, Worth a Lot of Consideration. In tbo first port ot his housing sur vey or Springfield, 111, tor the Sago foundation John Ihlder of tho National Housing association highly commend d the prevailing" type of house In Springfield. In the third part ho finds some features concerning which hi comments are sot so favorable. "It Springfield Is to remain what It now Is, a city of homes, It must take other measures than merely discourag ing barracks construction," reads tho report. "Wo Bare reached a degroo of civilization In America where an abundant and convenient supply of pure wale and convenient sanitary water closets Inside the houso are considered necessities In any progres sive community. Springfield's Ideals aro up to the standard. It has done a good deal to bring those twin neces sities to tho homes of tts people, nut it has not dono enough to get tho re sult actually ...

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. — 8 January 1915

7H COLUMBUS COURIER. K p fi FOXWORTH-GALBRAITH CO. EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE ' LUMBER p " SASH I DOORS I MOULDING S CEMENT 1 PLASTER I SHINGLES p 9 ROOFING : a p We are offering 10 per cent Discount on 3 FA all Paints Kt I COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO I K Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louii Hcllberg John R.Blair j. VV 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 ttiem first hand; best terms given purchasers. Helerg& Blair, ffBSfSB or Columbus, New Mex. 4 years of merit are back of our Store Four years of merit have placed us where we are today. yhy? Be- cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers and patrons; 4 Our motto is, "To see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has t...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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