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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 22 September 1911

- SMALL ENTUnpKISE WELL KEPT- Published in the Interest of Cohin bus and the lotr Mlmhrvs Vallev Vol. I. Columbus. Luna County. New Mexico. Sept'. mr:r 22 1911. No. Id. to 'A la i NEW METHOD OF IRRIGATION Sub-Irrigation Proves Most Satilactory Wherever Tried, ami Promises to lie a Bis Factor in the Not Distant Future. Pulil ii ri-nt y. nrs most meth ods f sub irrittiiion hive been itnpr uMi.'iiiilf ami costly. 'Phi' uitl ti. r.v dram tile was used in many instances lint fount! unsat isfactory in a short time Re cently .i I cw system has come in uifoc, and is being tried out by smile ol the tanners of the Mini Ih'.'m Valley, ami so rur seems lo lie proving very satisfactory. tt consists ol a concrete tiling placed about two feet under the genu d. the same being made in the ditch and one continuous piece. There is generally tl mam c.itiiliiii liMin whinh laterals are run ill right angles al a point where the laterals leivc the main conduit, and at this point a valve Is placed that the...

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. — 22 September 1911

Fw At L(hW. rr-t Mr ha mi fHl fV! N for tkm Mr awaaaw t nwuld ah trlftlp- imMIM jmr. id, im4 Mr - ..J 4 M. A Good Strong Rank WZ rmr. rf tmm tJ !io Grande Valley Bank A NO TRUST COMPANY k Mao rf pMMas. Mrw F " fMiMftn'f- of I Vmbiix r ar of $rn&t 4"Hkfjp"Bi . SM II immrt of v twenty 4 it of Mbf Vay - tin -raJ iarm4 IMA .ft ?hr mt$ !twp-nr ttOlKMl femwt who te -iCi r- afcw n4. hi- IlKIM. ISKMMKf WMf 1 U "W iSS WOti With VtAk? 1A Jot.. rnH Bk ; tl Mi th ht4. ac )m wr i;t'rrrt , l w- ti i f 3f :e - Mr .-jH SslacriJjr 3H ,tir .W Mrs 1,4 t f wn It rr- ,Ar -r miis .Uni is . 4Sit. .r,U. iatelM HwiiaowrK., ... Mtf .rf uattwtiMiiir hord0 Kmmr, no it. mu-nrtty If rtecf4 it mi to your .fai t.n vjw tloa Mr f'-wlsHi Wlli te rfcgbl i thr ait thr PupiDj MimbrtJ, Urn fur t mu-rm AiMrt T St. m, i. nliu-,f Uh " W!tli Prfrf H M itr-. aari Jmttt W -rM n Kk Inland titt. fi rnnk b- 'Kuntj ;rjr Wwr of Kw $lxi-. u K wnitHi'otr ..f Ui- Pirt di .net thr agjtK-oHurml mdiito-? trvt. 1m pr'n rvwKlri t uf th...

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. — 22 September 1911

Fo&WorthGa1braith Lumber Company F. H. Pennington, Mgr. Columbus Everything In the Building Line New Mexico vv atcr: 99.98 percent. Pure. Government Test. Atmosphere: 100 per cent Pure. Breathing Test. T I he Coming Metropolis of Southern New Mexico 1 The only Port of Entry between El Paso, Texas and Doug las, Arizona, which fact insures its commercial importance and ultimate greatness. If you want to make money, invest in Columbus Town Lots. If you want an income at once, build a business house in Columbus, a renter is ready for you as soon as it is completed. If you want to go in business, Columbus is the place for you. If you are looking for Health, come to Columbus. Columbus is situated in the center of a beautiful valley sur rounded by a country whose soil is the silt deposit and moun tain erosion of ages past very fertile and productive, and un derlaid with an inexaustible supply of the purest water in the United States, obtained at shallow depth for irrigation. There is p...

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. — 22 September 1911

COLUMBUS COURIER t Sin i eenl' In CoIiiiiiImih NVum vssr. MitciimMm Editor lnttmi (U tin I'ostolttc' at olumlu, N. Mm for Trans mission throujrli ihv Mali's as .Swimilclass Xlirtl Maltt-r. PiiMtrtod rvtr l-rttin h Hip .Mitt-hfll fomento. SlilRrrtjsttnii Unirsi $!." imp rnr In dvmr. 5 1 . 2 frr mr If n i In advuntf . ha for six mntb In advaae. t-'art-tgi' rountrte fto iritis extra. Atlvprtlshie Itnie-t t;M- rrnm ivr uliml' roliunii In h. inh lnrrttn. in (fntR iir sinulf column tnrli. mntrnrt. l.onl nhimn it Ktts iwr llBo uh tasnrtloit. Tht I'oM'MBi's i'i ttltn l tin- Mii'wr to thi t'oM'MMt'H NttW ami h lin iMiMishinlci nil hi imiiI. h ! I from .f 1 . I W in the nri'si'nl tlntf J People of declining years more easily feel the effects uf rigorous climate, and have it great desire to 30 where thi' temperature is more even tin year 'round California Iihs long been Hit- Mecca for such people, ami in mun.v places of iliis stoic they rind tin- climate tin same t h year 'round never spring, ...

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. — 22 September 1911

County Assessor, ,1. V. U'tlilillSOIl ()f )(Mllit)H, Unrliijf l!n- I viit. -two iiiuiillis tin- (il'liplltc llll Ih-IMI lllllll'l' it- 1 1 1 '--1 1 1 t , r . , i i im i -iii u ni n hh- iiii-uiniii-i- i iTiiru.'i u rnutlidute for tax assessor on the! ,,,,,, ,,,., ,,v As,ls,1(lll ,,,,. UfMnoer.uic ucifei, was III Uoluin-1 maMi-r II. I). Crwn. iIIscIommI tin bus y s 1 1' r ct a y meet hit old !! iiliuln&r Information tluit Un friends ami uiaUiiiK newueuuint unces. Mr. KulilnMin lias been ueiii.t-u of Lnnu county for the llllM't'lltlll llM till Ill-ell IIHlltillll li lf.v alinnt live. Tlic wight nciii'ilx !um hi-tli'i' t till ii I I--, iiml w that' L'niusr muiii. 'I'lii' ill-null' lunc six y-ars, duriUK which iu.i(.( as. ami w lum- tricii u, ii. t t. lime has been riiip-d mostly in t'' p- pl. Mi-tutu;.' ifupiit. mtli'Mitd work, lie hu mnnv I he (Jr.iphic is certainly to he . . t tl tl .). . 'I' tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ttvfr Do You Want It? is HAND! . many iilen Is a rou ul ...

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. — 22 September 1911

WONDERFUL MIMBRES VALLEY i Continued from Pinto 1 1 tune grow by attending to then farms, and those near and deut tn them who arc sick brought back to health, and will rise up and will this firm blessed.- hi Paso Business Farmer. Some More Candidates. LeKoy Hun. who announees as n candidate Tor the olliee of eoun ly .superintendent, is making a close canvas of tin-county, which Is resulting very favorably in hi behalf. Mr. Hon has been a res Went of the Mimbre Valley for live years. He own one of the best farms in the valley, near Mandate, and has done much toward the development ol that section in particular. He has had '.'2 years experience teaching in the graded schools of Illinois, is n graduate of the Indiana Normal of Danville. Intl.. ami is a busi ness man of large experience. Mr. Hon pledges his entire ser vice to the county if elected, ami assures the people that he will exercise hi utmost endeavors toward the establishing and put ting un the highest plain the schools of th...

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. — 22 September 1911

A Hmbre$ Valley Corn t'ltld .- .- .- Try tin (ion. K. intrket. a Inline- Hughes nml a Mexican whose wilt meet l-Yuhv at the (. G. (J. 1A I 1 1 14 !.. . . i 4 1 II I llllllll" Ml' IIIII DIM iiuimii. "I'll- nuiir ni- llll' MII JHISC III (ll.SCUSS I LOCSl K6WS it 6 IDS I oldut public auction before the lug neeils ami methods of pro " i . ciisiuiii linn e on uie i-nu inouug iiurmony in school worlf ",,-W .Yed IVllllillglOll purclmseil one. paying for it!l. W. L. Momly County Officers. i ... ...I.! I. I.. ... lMIiI secured iwo, which eosi nun cim, County ollicers are servants of and sW-v tin people, and groit care should A. 1. Itovd iintiorted 121 head , bo exercised in tlieir si'lectlon. of cattle from Mexico on the I llh. 'I'll'' people want service, and only jThey were shipped to 101 I'asu, qualified m.-n should be eon and he returned to Mexico Tor sidered. Sam T. Ci.awk. j another hunch. A new Imtl. tub has been In-, iiim. Corbett. I),.. M. J.'Morun Republican Kally. stalled in the C...

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. — 22 September 1911

New M CXICO. pure. Iumin "The Sunshine KtaU mis nfltne. ttnterlftjr t'olumhla's hall of fntfio. With opiortunlt ttHRme. New sister in thai slarrj hand. sisterhood of FrtftifwiTs Iftntl. WeUtHninjf with on huntl. WrletmH- warm to (ill who ma . Tt tlrwrt While lltunir will fms Rhles tore limjuniw every ilraj . star tinnn that iflnrlims Unir. Whosp sons In hnttle ne'er dtd loir (In en or loft, immntttin vrng. Txtml tf the sttciftit Atw fnmr. "TV (w innquiiitiMhre earne. A deitert wUlerne to tame. I,V tu'jditfeiu rigHriluiK the 'tln atthm or iht-ir elrtklron. itml ehil ttren h role dt mil rentim the vulaf of tin luhifiitnin until it i ton fate lu nhlain ote ThU day mtl w of the world rotptirc h preiwmtton to nuu'l lis il timntls, itml tin child who does not properly prepare for 1 f duties Is gtnt: to lose ninth hi Hit' joy attending them. 'I'lti' children of today will he t lti i xcMisof tomorrow, and upon tin moral itml intellectual irntninn ol those children litrjrely depends the perp...

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. — 29 September 1911

V'v vie co Ce.x. A SMALL ENTERPRISE WELL KEPT- Columbus Courier Published In the Interest of Columbus and the Lower hihnbres Valley Vol. I. Columbus. Luna County, New Mexico, September 29. 1911. No. I! GOVERNMENT MAKES REPORT , Eslrnsivc Investigations of P. E. Fuller of the United States Department of Agriculture is Very Flattering. The .'vimlirt s Valley proper is I he terminus ol' t he Mimhres riv- ff, it being un extensive rolson or Little Hatchet mountains on the ,,r the Southwest Trail, published ply is absolutely inexhaustible, basin, comprising over li.'n.mi, west ami the Portillu mountains j,y the Nock Island lines, or which and there are surface indications acres of land. 'oil the east, from the northern t,.,. were Ml.oniof this issue, to bear out that theory. The to The Mimhres river heads in source or the Mimhres river to Hen rly sets forth the wonderful pogrup'.y or the country show the Hlack range ol' mountains in lbc nd Mexico line, includes possibilities or pumping f...

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. — 29 September 1911

t i Going Away Mrs Mlnton was iIumiiik her bl'Sl nit KlHK8 howl- the HrnwnlhK Hub's wedding Rift ii her when a litrtl alighted on (lu window Bill mid win); lie si'l sour i tin same moment, 8 Blrl walked past purine a bunch nf lKflt rne Hi her hult Instantly Mrs Mlnton realized that stir was hoilipslrk rnr Ihe garden and the. Birds that had been hers every year of hor llfo until thin tear, anil stio derided she would go sp Hip Bar dim anil the birds And the rfpar own people ;n, had not seen store her eddies tty In i hp rotirse hi the ilny Mia MM tun tt at prut several times in lipr ln fpntlon, thinking "f her husband; who would rare lor Jack durlns her at). She found hem If wljiltis ft tear away at the vision she ronjorod Up nf her husband touting Into tho si Ipfit apartment to upend in rmlnsblQ, lotnely evenlwt without hpr Still, she rould talk to him on the long dls tre telerhonc and fho would only stay awny two day at the moot Whf n Mi a ton rame hme to .ilnner, hta witt broai bed...

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. — 29 September 1911

Fon?orthGalbraith Lumber Company F. H. Pennington, Mgr. Everything In the Building Line Columbus .... New Mexico Water: 99.98 percent. Pure. Atmosphere: 100 per cent Pure. Government Test. Breathing Test. The Coming Metropolis of Southern New Mexico The only Port of Entry between El Paso, Texas and Doug las, Arizona, which fact insures its commercial importance and ultimate greatness. If you want to make money, invest in Columbus Town Lots. If you want an income at once, build a business house in Columbus, a renter is ready for you as soon as it is completed. If you want to go in business, Columbus is the place for you. If you are looking for Health, come to Columbus. Columbus is situated in the center of a beautiful valley sur rounded by a country whose soil is the silt deposit and moun tain erosion of ages past very fertile and productive, and un derlaid with an inexaustible supply of the purest water in the United States, obtained at shallow depth for irrigation. There is plenty ...

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. — 29 September 1911

'AHWpWf pi 4S.t WON turn Rtrc to ' too turf u Ad to t j i 9 1 i l naat 91 com, cant j B Cain siam tntto this eitize setHk CJ rtt Iran t smiro a roto. thf Ui lias be r a pt lumbil and so wtttor t and a tlitu. in l Use Muslcu ly avarj on idiot ragged i A tt rati uf Kow . wry. T wivi oust VUu st-ttla thing of his anatu brains Ut before th uiissnl. utitton ir el's lUUl COLUMBUS COURIER iSiim-wuir in CoIhiiiIihh NVwki Jkssk Mitciikll, Editor Kntwwl nt thf Pontolltii- t iltmiluts. N M.. tin Trans. nitHnt thrmiyli tin- MntU h Sivimtt-vlnss Mfltl MsUW'i'. JMihtWlwt wrry I'fldn i Hip Mitchell t'nmiwto Ktilirrftlinli I5nlri $l,mi ..r rir lh mfvnnf 1.2 prr witr If ti Hi mhntitr. "' ii-M fr lx inntithn Hi ailvunt"-. t'ar Irh fnnrU inns film. miMi are iwnlviuu hundreds nr letters every week from parties wishing m know lnl,, ll,tnul ,h" country. tj Unit. U. R Hamilton, of Deiiiin. is beini Pt rorwurd its ihf Republican nominee fur district at torney uf tin- Sixth judical district. Mr. Hamilton Ii...

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. — 29 September 1911

GOVERNMENT MAKES REPORT I "eat 'llllC'il fntlll I'llKI I I A soil survey bus not been Itmdo cir I lit Mnnhros Valley, lint I u fuel that excellent crops are being raised, to some extent in nearly every part of the valley, is 0 idoiiee til" t,l llbsellCe of dole t'M'iuiis silts, 'Pin wafer pumped from tilt Mltnbros Valley is vtiv soft mid p m, containing tml.v fid purls of Itl tguesia ii nil irun per lt'O.iirn Snine n tile must remarkable examples of tile piissilitiities nf Irrigation Were observed upon several oT the ranches. i udgmg from tin crops har vested, and from the plants in operation for the past year or two, a conservative estimate of the average yield per aero would he as follows: Alfalfa. 7 tons: po tatoes, HMi bushels: red bians. 2,(KKi pounds: earn, s tons: oats fin bushels; mild maize 5 ions: wheat, bushels. ('tno can lie planted billowing p ilatoi's. and thus seen re two crops p.-r season. I am of the opinion, however, as eliaraeteris tie nf all virgin soils it is lu...

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 September 1911

Y0 tut to ba ap a t t f not J 1 COtt S-1J com q I? Com sum milo thts CUUIJ eitiz Sl'Ctl U1H 1 suurc a reta tin- tl. has hi (if n jw lmnbD and so count! wattM and a thut iili 1 list Moxiuo years n ly ovorj on the! rnggod As a mu or Now mry. 'I and bus UlL SUUi thing of his anutt bruins ll beforo tl missal, naliun of its and I hoUds of biitiuty ft uiralta. t and that which U sho otTm cr. the a any w Imm A RICH PUMPING DISTRICT i Coiiltmietl rrom Pane 1 i owner as a relinquishment for $000. The welt and pumping plant cost $l.."(Hi, and now, after sis months, the quarter section Is worth at least live times as much as the owner has put into it, "There is still smne govern meni land to be had in the I'o Iambus disl rl M, and there are a few rclinqins ments fur sale. Deeded land is niVered at from $1." to Sin Nr acre, according to location "The altitude is l.(HX) h-el; the climate healthful, with cool nights in summer and sunny days that make crops, and exceedingly mild winters. The soil ...

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 September 1911

-"----- I Local News Items Try the new men! market. II W Young wont to F,l R.tso. Tuesday. 1 Ye editor made a business I rip to Dciuiug, Saturday. Dr. and M rs. Alhro are expect ed back home ( tctoher '2. l''or good rii r pe n t e r Work ( 'rtsaiuoro is ihe man to see. t f Sam and I mis Ravel spent Saturday in Ml I'aso celebrating Hie Jewish New Ye.tr. 7W7'2. F.ngiuos properly installed are gtsnhno sa ers. See Kearney. 'lay K.le. id Kyle. Texas, is visiting with his uncle, ('apt. Kvle. oT the customs service. Turnip seed and ponl'rysiip plies usk Coluiubus Outlining 'ompany. Charles N. I'oyiiton. who re cent ly tiled on laud northeast o town, is just lluishing a line well. II. I'. Hansen and .las. Durham u' tended the Republican county convention at Dentine; last Satttr day. Hand in every occurrence ifa news nut ttre. but don't wait until Friday or Saturday and expect to see it in print . Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Drown or Ml I'aso. arrived Wednesday to make this their future home. They h...

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. — 29 September 1911

W( i to to at not q can g B Owe sum coon fittm q -V trao i sunn? a rola tht ill hits bi of rt pi Inmbn nntl so WlltOP ami u ij UsQ Moslem on that ragged Ah n ma uf tftnv lory. 'I and busl till? staU tiling or liin antitc brains il bufori' tb missal, nation of iis anil 1 hulols or bimntjr a aimiru, U and that wbioh Is alio ottor tht a tmywhtT Her Impulsive Way 'Wry All' didn't you go out to lunch today'" "N'o. I d.dn't " The stenographer tpil not look ti front I hr ciuifetn.g ami wl at's more there'll he nr. r-tf for me noons, r.lehts or Sundays ' arnllne. uttttt ihefo table mats are done " "I wasn't aware tlmt yon were in ny Immediate need of table tuat." jttrnu the bookkeeper, "isn't this rather Midden?" "They amn't for mo, worse lurk Wren I nooij household goods I'll lot yon a'l know never fear These ui'ta arn for another and the arc long overdue." Tito stenographer laughed bitterly "Heboid tn mo a vh tlni of the hablf of promising In haste to re pnnt w, on repontence in entirely ...

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 October 1911

A SMALL ENTERPRISE WELL KEPT- Columbus Courier Published In the Interest of Columbus and the Loiter flnbres Valley Vol. I. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, Octob r 6. 1911. No. Hi. Republican State Convention. i After an all day an night scs sum, tln Kopublieau slate con vention ru at Lu Vog'is, N. .l , Sept. J-i, noni.nated the lollow iug ticlut : (!oornor, H. (J. Ituistiiu. ol Soeorio county; Lieut. Uovci nor, Mul.upiias ,iai inn ot Taos counly; Secretary ol State, Sc ctindino Komeio, ol San Angnci county; Slate Auditor, . Li. Sargent, ol Ivio Arnua county; State Treasurer, by I vest re Mir- aoal, ol Valencia county; Stale Supt. 01 Senoo.s, A. H. Stioup, 01 Ikrualillo county; Attorney General, R'ank W. Clancy, oi Horiialillo county; Justices 01 Hie Supremo Court, Rank W. Park er, Clarence J. Huberts and hd ward lv. Wrigut; Congress, Gcoigo Curry, Tumro.Mi, and Hi Jegu Hueu, Albuquerque. Republican County Convention. A lvupulilic.au county conven turn, lor the purpose 01 nominat ...

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. — 6 October 1911

-"WSJ S8l(lllll((ll(ll(l Scaly Lrgt. If my of the fowls fIiow ncnly legs the bt'Pt rnnrtlv U kcloncuc mixed with lard ntnl Milphur. Apply It wnrm Willi a liniili at. Intervals of a week apart Thru. ulnec Oils trouble In Miptosril In be canned by paraKltea Upon ilio pen hen. nee to It Mint I ho roosts ure thoroughly pwahbed off In kerosene SERVING I EFT OVERS A Good Stronj Bank"- HOW DAT'TY D13E3 CN DC MAil OF COLD MAT. V ?ecf Cit''c 's ffr'z'ri 0f" t:r net Diy Dfl-cd Mrat Lac Meat Pie Tcirao Kwt Pie teif Hell. AND TRUST COMPANY Fl Paso, Tc.as Rio Grande Valley Bank 11RZ 11 l!OU SI, 3 com J IS Cain sum mllw this cmm vltlzc aictt' q Mv tmo I KUUre ti rola tin tii has In of n pi luinliu and so eutimr water i and a thai im q It so Mo.vico yunrs nj ly uvni'y on tliul. raKod t As a ma of. New . lory. 'I' and Imsi tin- statu tliiiK of his anatu brains th lii'foiv th missal, nation of el's and i hotels of In-anty ai itlfaira, U ami that which U JU UiVlM'! im tht a any vhM' Sunshine and clea...

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. — 6 October 1911

FoAWorthGalbraith Lumber Company F. H. Pennington, Mgr. Columbus Everything In the Building Line New Mexico Water: 99.08 percent. Pure. Govcjnincnl Test. Atmosphere: 100 per cent Pure. Breathing Test. Lome The Coming Metropolis of Southern New Mexico 0$ The only Port of Entry between El Paso, Texas and Doug las, Arizona, which fact insures its commercial importance and ultimate greatness. If you want to make money, invest in Columbus Town Lots. If you want an income at once, build a business house in Columbus, a renter is ready for you as soon as it is completed. fl If you want to go in business, Columbus is the place for you. If you are looking for Health, come to Columbus. J Columbus is situated in the center of a beautiful valley sur rounded by a country whose soil is the silt deposit and moun tain erosion of ages past very fertile and productive, and un derlaid with an inexaustible supply of the purest water in the United States, obtained at shallow depth for irrigation. J There...

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 October 1911

COLUMBUS COURIER i S'it i'i KMir In Ciiliiniltii Ni'm JLssk Mitciiki.i., Editor ISntOml rtl tin- 1 'oMoltli-i' tit coluiubtiv X. M.. fur Trait fntaSttm llii'much llu- MitlU i KitMiiiibHus Matt Mailer, Putitlnlicul vwry r'rtiln ti the Mltrholl Cnmtmn. Siitti"ili(lnn Ktitt's: it.M r tar In lutvmur. 1 1 . irr mr If ti'i tu ln-r. rtnicnt- ftr sis uiuiilliK tn tulviinv. . lor. 1k tonntrlrk .' rent extra. .l'Ktlnu I tn to-: I2'i wnta trr inkh ro!uw in-It. m-h iromrltnn i fit irr nlRl mlunm IimJi. rontntrt I.o l tnlmnti . rtfttfn iter iltif i-t"h It'wptlon. Hr tftmminns I'rmtm Is Ub succpssnr to ihv fut.t'MnfN Nkws nml tin Itmi ptilillshi-il runtime ihisI.v. iwrkl.x bum .In), !. HHfl' in tlii'tirespnt tltrM tjTho threatened strike lint has been impending tin tin Ilurrimun system fur some time hits litmlly muteriulij'.ed it ml ihiittsuntls uf men all over tin Pniled States huve laid down their tools, rolled up IhiMt- overalls and walk cl out. The strike has been threatened so long tho it Is...

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