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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. INDIAN TROOPS WEIGHING RATIONS LOSE THEIR SPEECH SYRUP OF FIGS FOR - One of the great problems of the allied armlet Ik the feeding of the troops from India. Several of them are here shown In a camp near Yprea. weighing out t!i el r rations. OF Amazons Arc Carefully Drilled and Trained in Use of the Rifle. TO HELP REGULAR MILITARY In Case of German Invasion the Re serve Will Direct Flight of Women and Children From Scene of Fighting and If Necessary Shoulder Rifles. By PHILLIP EVERETT. (International News Service) London. We read In dispatches that at least fifty Oormnn womon. fighting In the trenches In men's'cloth lng, havo been taken cnptlvo by the Ilutslans near Warsaw. If the Oer mnns over Inrndo Orcat tlrltaln and tho situation becomes desporato they will be faced by an army of English Amazons, carofully drilled anil trained to the uso of the rlllo com pared to which these Teutonic womon wnrrloro aro a mera bagatelle When I first hoard of tho Women's Volun...

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. — 29 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES AYINCS, D O I N Q 8, ACHlEVB. MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. W.iiarn N.w.pap.r Union Newt s.rttca. AOOUT THE WAR. Queen Helena has ordered pi---'.o-graphs taken of all the children sur vivors of tho earthquake In Italy In order to facilitate their Identification and la surrounding the little victims with motherly care. Tho qjeeu In tends to adopt all the unidentified children. Messages recolved at Copenhagen from llerlln rieclaro that the airships which raided England the night of Jan. 19 wern Zeppelins of the latest type. They went forth from a secret base on the German frontier, carrying a full complement ot men, heavy guns and ammunition. Except between Nleuport aud 0 tend, wbera a stubborn threo-day bat tle has been In progress In mud and snow and cold, the fighting has been comparatively light on both eastern and western fronts. Ther...

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. — 29 January 1915

I THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Courier Ccnt-A-Word Classified Adds fSllVM-ttkeinetitii In tliii eii'mini will tWliirtwl In lliii ftiUsuiu at n "lit twit ll rtllnl, I'llrli Usu. It .villi llifVv iiti.vtldluf In wll, irmly of milt, OP If you mint l Iiiij or tt-ittl for llllinr. 111 till' worlil iilintit II In sj-oluniii, Krtrjrlouy imiui It. il Hp. 'Dry l)iittuj;lus nt Miller's Drug Store. tr Ttenew- your siihse. ill to trie Qonrlrr. "iffy liHUi'i'tu.s for engine tit Sinter's Drni.' Store, tf , "TPr.V,)ltli,l'Hltl, tlll'.V gel lifty your spiirk piuu-4 1'oi'.vnin unto iiu:.ll1lii''s druir store. .Stilwurllie nnrier. Educational . Column for llw ('iiIiiiiiIiiii IT. Villi want fo rem, liny or .suit it Iioiim' unit iU the Town '. UjHe.i., '.I. V UWr. ir EP; & S. W. Time Card 'i'-l llonml 'Ho. It UltillOd I -07 n in. $) f Mljtod 11:17 p.m.. Wist HoiiiiiI Jft. I - UliiHi'il 12:1." p m Jfti 8 Mixed :i:r.7. a in U2U news deeded html for sale ill' irado--thlvo mill", cast of fiolllllibns Addr...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 29 January 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are back of our Store E FOXWORTH-GALBRAITH CO. i S EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE I j LUMBER i I sash 1 ! I DOORS ' i S MOULDING 8 i a? CfcMfcNi E? I PLASTER I SHINGLES 6 ft i gj: jg We are offering 10 per cent Discount on H a Paints U 1 COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO I & 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, "To see that our customers are Well pleased and that everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us H'hat our customers demand. We certainly haOe enjoyed our four years residence here We Came here ufhen the fo.Hn 'as small and our business has oron tWli the oxn. In celebrating our fourth anniversary xe offer the finest line of shoes pro duced the WALK-OVER. Also Ladles' and Men's Clothing. Our line of Groceries Is complete. InCestlyon Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsit...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 February 1915

Tjkere is a system of irrigation under way three miles southeast of Columbus that will irrigate more than 10,000 acres of land i Bill rife r -fitt' AV; 'Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, February No. 34 5. 1915. Six Hundred Forty Acre Homestead iTIio following is taken riiiin tlltiKiMiim Record, in rciturd to tilt! 1)1(1 IICI'I! llOmi'Mt.Mll hill. Wi ll II) not jjiiro whether this bill, in case It becomes si !nw,' will nppl.v to this section or not. IT tin'; hill passes tilt.1 senate mill he roines a law, John L. Hurnsido, Register ill Liis Cruees, says notice I iv publication will lie given: '"I'lic I i II, us passed li.v tin1 House is this Identical hill Intro duoed by Hon. H. H. Furgussnn in tln Min ing of 11)14, remodeled ii) tin; committee room mill re st hmiticd by Mr. Forgussnii, (II. R. ITi 71111). Imvlng tin- unani mous endorsement or tin- I'nhlic Linds Committee, f 'I'lii- hill coutilhis 12 'sections, mill is it matter of di'tail. anil in vii-w of its Icnuth, wo ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUE1KE. THE COLUMBUS COURIER i'ullislid Kvt-rj l'rlda liy The Courier Publishing Company G. E. Parks Editor Kalwed at llm t'tMtoltioe atUolumluiK Vow tvclcp, (ortruniiulxsloii tlirtiutfl, the Malls t Seond Olnss Mall Mat- Subscription Rates. l.tO iwr year In ndvunce. M.flO per mar Ifnol pnld In advance. Wc (or ix months In ndrnnre. AdOertlilng Rates l.'i cents per Hlnvle column inch. imicIi iuirtltm. 10 rent" per slnifle column ncli. contract. Iocnl rnluiiin f rents i"T line eueli Iniertion. Flood gates were made by L. J. Peach, last week which will be used by A. L. Taylor in a dam he has almost com pleted across the ditch on his ranch one mile northwest of town. The flood gates were so constructed that they can be used to handle most any amount of water. A large amount of water goes down this ditch after every rain and now that it can be held and Used as needed Mr. Taylor plans to put a considerable tract under cultivation. Alfal- fa and cactus will be planted : Secti...

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. — 5 February 1915

0 ..TSE COLUMBUS COURIES,. -"-v. ENDS DYSPEPSIA, JBI6M0MHS "Pape's Dlapopsin" euros sick, sour stomachs in five minutes Time 1U "Really docs" put bad stomachs In order "really does" overcome Indiges tion, irspepala, gst, heartburn and sourness in flvo minutes that Jiut that makes Fape's Dlapepaln the lar t selling stomach regulator in the world. If what you est ferments Into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructato sour, undigested food and acfd; head Is dly and aches; breath fSSl! tongue coated; your Insldes Oiled wiili Hie and Indlgeitlblo waste, re meiolwjr .tho moment 'Tape's Dtapep iln" romea In contact with the stomach siKswih distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing almost marvelous, and the Joy is its harmlenaneas. A large fifty-cent caso o! Papa's DIa pepshv will gt7e you n hundred dollars' worth of uatlsfactlon, It's worth Its weight In gold to men and women who can't get their stom achs regulated. It belongs In your homo should always be kept bandy In'' case of sick, s...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. CumbeMs By tolas Neville Duck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes In the Play (CopjiUtl. tgil. W. 1. XftM ft Ox) SYNOPSIS. On Hifutx vntk, nt the foot ( a rotk fnjra whlon b hs fallen, Sally Miller fulaa Ofttn I.tit-olt. a 'UndiaaZM Dalnt- w. uMWnsclqus, and after reviving: htm. for astUtaite. Bamaon South and BuBy. taking Ltratt to Samson's hoin. are met bv snieer Bouiri. tiaaa or ma in family. who tells them that Ju I'urvy hi Tn shot CHAPTER II Continued. "I hain't a-wantin' ter suspicion ye, Samson, but I know how ye (eels about yore rap. I heered thet Dud Bplcer co mo by hyar ylstlddy plumb full of liquor at)' 'lowed he'd seon Jesse an Jim Asberry a tnlkln ter Kether Jest afore yore pap was kilt." He broke oft abruptly, then added: "Ye went away from hyar last night, an' didn't gtt in twell atter sunup I Just heered the news, an' come ter look fer yo." "Air you all 'lowln' thet I shot them shoots from the laurel t" Inquired Sam son, quietly. "Ef w...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 February 1915

the ooluihbus courier. ZOUAVES-FIGHTING OFRGERMANi AEROPLANE A Hormou tauba ucrcplane vvai spied flying over the French ramp and trying to drop bombs Into the ranks of the men. A squad ot zouaves with ad aerial machine gun and a slghter wore sent out and after a sharp Interchange or projectiles the aeroplane was put to flight German Journalist Describes Thrilling Fight in France. Kaiser's Airships Defeat Freneh Air Fleet In Spirited Engagement Victors Then Throw Bombs Causing Great Damage. Berlin. A acrman journalist serv ing In the kaiser's aviation corps on tho battlefields ot France, sends a vivid description ot a spirited battle In the nlr In which he participated. Ho was decorated with tho Iron Cross for tho bravery he displayed In this spec tacular conflict. "The weather was miserable during tho last week," ho writes. "Wo had rain, snow and fog. The nlr was very unfavorable for avlutlon. dusts of wind made It difficult to navigate anil Rave one a feeling simitar to seasick nes...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 February 1915

THE COIiUMaOS "COURIER. LATE LIVE NEWS condensed record op tmi progress of events at home and abroad. FROM ALL SOURCES SAVtNQ. DOINGS, ACHIEVE. MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. ABOUT THE WAR. TU general headquarters of .. Ptfteeiilb German army corpi at Stmssbutg has Leen destroyed by lire of Incendiary origin, according to dls patehea received at Paris. Important mlliutry documents were destroyed. A royul decred has been Issued call ing to the cutor the Italian soldiers ot the first category, born In 18S8, and belonging to the field artillery, and also the Alplno troops and the soldiers of the third category, born in 1591. 1S02. IS98 and 1891. belonging to the Alpine troops. According to reports received at Geneva from Innsbruck In tha Aus trian Crownland of Tyrol. Hmporor Francis Jo'eph Is arranging to abdi cate, It being said he is unable to agree with tho views ot Emperor Wil liam on military affairs, nnd also be cause of the Qerman Emperor's atti tude regarding pe...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 February 1915

THE 00LUM3UB COURIER. The Courier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds THE! ALAMO CAFE I i Under New '.Management . i Everything strictlv sanitarv Advertisements in IliU co'iiinn will j a Ih Inst-rwil In till column nt u coHtnf cmi-wtit ... wni, t-ufii issue, ii )'f nnw'TpaM rrt tbv, mm SDMniV'n'N. iiiivn an.vunntf ki wii, ii-uiki or i-ent, , v-- 3, . - " " - or If (in want tii buy or trade for anything, usll tli world about It In ; thin column. KverylKitly rends It. - . - i Dry butteries nt Miller's Dritu; Storn. nr Renew your wiilse.rlitlon to the (Jouiler. Dry Imlterles for tin- unifluuiit Mlllor'H DriiK tore. tf Try it Cornier-mill, they ilu, Tiny your ijpurk plus for your .tutu nt Miller's limn rttore. StlllM-rilie Courier. fur the CntumliuM If you wuut fo rent, buy sell ii house pill iiWtlie Town Co. Illei. -.I. Wt HlitTr. . tf M-E-N U SOUP Puree ala Jackson ENTREES Smothered Chicken Roast Pork and Apple Sauce Prime Ribs of beef an jus VEGETABLES A 11 Graut'm Potatoes Cream Carrots Fre...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 9 ssiKsiaizsiKSfMwaa .3 CO. s m EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER SASH DOORS MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING We are offering 10 per cent Viscount on all Paints COLUMBUS, NEW. MEXICO f t 4 years of merit are back of our Store 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, "To see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us what our customers demand. Wt certainly, hat) enjoyed our lour years re$ldtnce here. We came here When the town Was 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 It complete. InOestluote. Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, - - - S A A V E L Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louis Hcllberg .1. ...

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. — 12 February 1915

Attend the Farmers' Institute at the Bonk Building Saturday. A picnic dinner will be served at 12:00 m., Everybody invited iottratbiKi aonfief V,. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico. February 12, 1915. No. 35 Attracting Attention At The Exposition Reception for Mn. G. T. Coleman San Diego, liVb . 11)15. Audi ilKM.-MIUIIK IllllSirUU'U lcclurfxt.il Columbus anil t, '"'' "f her sister, Mi I ... ..... ('.!,. iiwt-r iviiinnrcs vu ev at t in FA 11 iH EflS I NSTITDT Church Notes Now Mexico building nt the Palliimu-Caliioriiia ixNisitiiin are iiMtxiiislnl at. tli.' agricultural possibilities opened heroic thorn and the wonderful development or the territor.v dnWng the last three years. Many of the visitors an' Uasterners, little accustomed to tho wiiy the West, iiihI particularly Now Mexico, does things. Thin ttiakos tlui , lesson more effective. Marshall W Oruie tiu staff of "the New Mexico building delivers the talks. With them lif shows seventy sliih-s duplet- inn irrigation facilitie...

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. — 12 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER , l'ullihed Kverj Krlilnj hj The Courier Publishing Company G. E. Parks Editor Knteretl ut the iViatahWntColumtiiik Vow Mexico, for truninWlon throuirl, the Mali, n Second CIuho Mull Mat, SubMcrlftlon Rattt M.So nr yeur In iu'vonw. .tour If mil paiil In ndvunci lx month In advance. f&nu per Ktv for Advertising Ralet I -t ce nts kp single column Incn, each insertion. 10 cents per tingle column iiii'li, contract. Local column fi cents twr line each Insertion. PAY YOUR POLL TAX :.nin t't iti.t iiii j lii'luiiliiii'iit of ilii' Interior ( ttniiiMi stnii-K i4iiui orru ' 'Mi. fine..., N. M. .luti. Ill, nun Notice l lierby given that Thomas .1. 1'ole tit Cnliimlnn, N. M, who on Aug. 21, IIM1. inude homestead en tR) No. Ijft'.i'itl.'for SWJ. iw. 3, town ship 27 H. itivr W.. and on June 27, 11114. iiiihIh udilltlonul homestead entry UI772, for the. SKI nee. 34, town ship 27 S. imige 7 , N. M. f. M., hi filed nntleoof Intention to mnkii linitl three enr proof, to esta...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 February 1915

, t THE COLUMBUS COURIER. HB sales division of tho jiutchintcn company occn ptd ths entire length of ffJffW ua bulMlns. It vii veil SlUlU U1U WOll TBUUUIMlif but every Inch of gpaco had tttn , txrea id uuuiea mat wv destf',ac3 table were almost snconv forUbly. crpwded. Hundreds et girls aaiuttly working with eTcry appear an go,, ox. raoasiTious application, ana above) ths whir and click of tha tree- wrjEefs.eamo the nolle of their ceaae- ieu,ersiysnauan. 'Tha caan who had Immediate chart ofjtM. assortment of femininity wai tall and thin, with keen dark erei. ft pleasant voice and an air of alert pa Uonoe not easily described. Ilia quick, reaUena movements and the manner Imwbtch he continually walked up and down tha tons allies proved tho pos session of an intensely nervous tem' perament, but his unvarying patience and itlia even character of his quiet Toleo'apoke of self-control. lie looked. not unllko an amiable but absent- minded brownie, as with bli hair all rompled up he walked ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 February 1915

THE OOLUMBpS COURIER. The Call of the By diaries Neville Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes In the Play On MUtry rreek, at the ta&ti .-rock from wlilch ha hu (alien, flail Miller flnda (leorge Leeoott. a landeeape paint er, unconacldua, and after reviving; him. ton tor aealatance. Humnon Boutti and tullr. taking Leecolt to Hanuon'i home, are mat br Splcer Bouth. hoad of tha family, who tetla them that Joaae Purvy has bees ahot and that Semeon la eue pected of tha crime, ttamaoo denlea Ik The ah aotlng- of Jeaae Purvy braaVa the truce ta the Itellman-Bouth feud. CHAPTER IV Continued. tie sauntered down tie read, but, when he hud passed oat of vision, he turned sharply Into the woods, and began climbing. His (tens parried him to the rUt In the ridge where the white oak stood eenttnel over the watch tower of rook. As he came over the edge from one side his bare feet mak ing so sound, be saw Ssllr sitting there, with her hands resting on the moss and her eyes deeply ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. CAMPED W ICamp of Australian soldiers who (ot) ot the Turks 3.. Wounded Sergeant Changes His Opinion Respecting Recruit Called "His Lfcrdship." NOTED FOR HIS LAZINESS Promise of Good Nlght'i Rett Leads Him (to Distinguish Hlmielf In 'Charge on Village Defende Bed Ag'almt Whole Regiment London. "Never again will I Judge a man by his appearance," said a wounded sergeant, when asked for his roost thrilling battle experience. When' we started for the front we had in our company a man whom I simply. could not stand, lie was tall, well built, rather good looking, with light hair and mustache, and most aw fully lazy. There wna no mistake about It be had wealthy parents, a man who bad never trnvoled without a vaiiL "On the moment of his arrival In our midst we named blm 'his lord ship," i and Nbets were made thnt be would succumb after the first day's march. Not a bit of It. It Is truo be looked tired at the start, but be looked no more so at the finish. Uut when we re...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 February 1915

THEOOLUHauicOOTIKIt, LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROQRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, D O I N a I. ACHIEVE. ME NTS, SUFFERINGS. HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Wtiurn NwioirUn1anl1wa SmtM. ABOUT THE WAR. A defeat for French troopi In Moroc eo nt the hands of the Inxurgcnta Is reported In a dispatch from Madrid. In tho midst ot tha snows of tho Car pathians the two armies are still con tending for tho patsoa which lead Into Hungary. It U officially announced that Lieu tenant Colonel Kemp and his force of Doer rebels have surrendered to tho Uritisb forces. Tbe Austrian! admit the loss ot Tar now, Oallcla, an Important center, pos session ot which by tho Ilusirinna In sures the main line of communication In western Oallcla. Tho army estimates to which Parlia ment will devote the first part ot tho session give tbe number o( effective men in the army, exclusive ot those serving In India, as 3,000,000. At Paris President Polncaro signed a decre opening a...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 February 1915

THF. COLUMBUS COURIER. 1 The Courier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds Til bJ A I jA MO CAFE Unier New Management AiIvcI'IIm-iuchI In IliU Wiimn will Ih liw HihI In till minimi lit 11 rott nf llllt' CCIIt II Wlllll, I'lU'll lnun. ll ymi liuxi- il It v 1 1 1 1 nr tn ll, ti-uile i(i' 'rut m- If jiiii want to liny or traile for .i" tiling, n-ll tin- winlil nlMiiit It in 1I1N imiIiiiiiii. Kvi'rj boil) ii'iul It. Uc.v liatti'i-li's at Milli'f's Dnitf Sinri'. tf Everything strictly sanitary Iti'iij'w .vinir thi' ChuriiT. UONT I' AIL TO TRY OVR SUNDAY DIN v NiER M-E--U SOUP Consomme Royal tilM'iipti.m to RELISHES Srteet Pickles OliCes Celery ENTREES Di'.VOinlli'l ii". fur tltf I'titfiiu' Ml MilbVn Druu Sinn-, tf Tl'V II (,'HIII iff liildt tllt'.V Hi't ri"iilti ' llu.v. .vuiir uvU lun for.vour branch Peas .mnuil Milli'i'V driitf hUhk. fur tin (.'iiiiiinliMH i Fried Spring Chicken a la Maryland Young Roast Pork With Dressing Prime Roast Beef au jus SilM'ril' t'iMirli'r. ' ; " " Cherry Cobbles If y...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 February 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are back of our Store 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, "To see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody .gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us what our customers demand. We certainly haoe enjoyed our (our years residence here. We cam here When iht town Wat small and our business has grown With the town. In celebrating our fourth anniversary We offer the finest line of shoe pro duced the WALK-OVER, Also Ladles' and Men's Clothing. Our line of Groceries Is complete. Investigate Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE LUMBER SASH DOORS MOULDING CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLES ROOFING We are offeringtiO per cent "Discount on all Paints COLUMBUS, NEW MEXICO Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louis Hellberg John R. Blair J. W Blaik, Local Agent Promoters of Columbus ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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