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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 5 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. HE IS "EYE of ' Olo-Luk-olo. ho now -has an in ternational reputation as a Writer ot military stories. Ho is still busy turn ing out novels despite his activities at the front. When the history of this great war comes to be written Colonel Swlnton wilt undoubtedly have a large hand In Its shaping. COL DAVID When tho Grand Army ot the lie public holds Its annual encampment In Washington next September It will celebrate tho fiftieth anniversary ot tho closo ot tho war between the states, and on Wednesday, September 29, the same man who led tho re view of Sherman's army down Penn sylvania avenuo GO years before, will lead the Qrand Army on its last msrch down tho historic avenue. This Is Col. David J. Palmer, na tional commander ot the Grand Army. Colonel Palmer Is sevcnty-flvo years old, looks fifty, was left for dead on tho battlefield of Shlloh, and is now a member ot tho Iowa board ot rail way commissioners. He Is positively tho Uvest dead man still surviving ...

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. — 5 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ADROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES BAYIN03, D O I N Q 8, ACHIEVE. MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Weiters Newi paper Union Wewe Service. ABOUT THE WAR. The London Dally Mall's Copen hagen correspondent says It 1 re ported from llerlln that tbo German casualties In Bast Prussia and Poland during the last throo weeks are esti mated at about 200,000. Four hundred mcmbo's of the mu tinous Indian regiment which re rotted nt Singapore on Feb. 15 baro been killed, as well as seven German prisoners from tbo detention ramp, who Joined the natives when offered their freedom, according to reports of the uprising brought to Manila by passengers from Singapore, The Austrla'ns havo suffered n severe defeat In Bukowina. Hundreds ot wounded have been captured, many of whom were picked up from the frozen ground, wounded and dying. Tho Russians have sclted tbo railway and the Important railw...

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. — 5 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Courier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds HER "CONVICT" By JOHN BARTON OXFORD. It u a trntle tapping that Aduutlwiii-iils In this co'.in.ii will KtW t the- ts.'k door -no gentle. l iiiMH'(l In this column ul ii cost of uidnd, that it uvuicd almost apolo .me win it i.nl, .'..el. Ihh.ii.. J ,,H!geti; vet nt th.- -nund of it Mr, have iinuhliig to noil, trade or rent, o . or If .win wiinl to buy or li-mle for . jVkcU stHrtiil nervously In ner un tiling, U'll the wen 1.1 about It In I rfllr. Neicrthct.'... she aroo, and thl" HvfylH..I) re-Is II. hw B ii(.nHH l(. (.n.lling 1 floor of tlii' 1 1 1 v kiti'liuii, miHwertMJ ' I th (unuiie.ith. Chi the ilrKir-ncii stood n dishcv- Dr.V Imtte'l'll's nt Milloi Still')'. DniK tf licnifW .Vuiir tlio Ooiii'loi'. MiliM't'liition te Dry ImtU'i'lu- Tor tlu Miller's Diun Stoi-f. iii:Iiii ut t.l mid, llii'.v n't Try u Colt i iff results. liny your spark pities for your mini nt Miller's ilnttf store Subscribe Courier. for tile Columbus ...

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. — 5 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 61 ' i' Ml MUM 111 ' 4 years of merit are back of our Store . A. K. KEMP (Successor to Columi,Uf Outfitting Co.) Now Open For Business Haye purchased the bankrupt stock of the old firm and will sell out same at a 25 per cent discount. A lot of this stock will' be sold at and below first cost 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 certainty haOe enjoyed our (our years residence here. We came here When the town Was rmall and our business hat grown With the town. In celebrating our fourth anniversary We offer the finest lint of shoe pro duced the WALK-OVER. Also Ladles' and Men's Clothing. Our line of Groceries Is complete. Investigate ' 2. S. 8 S d j ' Use Swan Down Flour - - S Yours for Business, Personals...

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 March 1915

e. h. A Board, of Education Consisting of Five Members to be Elected April 6 Let's Have Only Five Candidates One Ticket Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County,, New Mexico, March 12, 1915. No. 39 0ltiroliftf sonnet What They Are Saying About Us Sun Diego, Cul., Mur. it--Opo r utio i or many of tliu 11(H) wells that huvu made tins Lower Mini bres valley a gardon-spnt is shown in colored photographic slides, which are u f eutu re of the unturttilnments given in the audi tnriuin of the New Mexico build ing ut the Panama-California Exposition hero. When the agriculturist hears that theso wells are inexhaustible, the water in tlioin being lowered not at all despite the Immense volume' pumped out, lie im mediately begins to "sit up and take noticu." There also are slides of fanning and fruit growing. All form an admirable publicity scheme in bhulf of Columbus and the Ixiwer Mimbres valley. It is the aim of the commission to boost it all tlit time. Colum bus and til' ljower Mimbres valley are rece...

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 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUSIZR. THE COLUMBUS COURIER1 t'uilll.ttird Kvitit Vrlday by The Courier Pcbliihing Company G. E. PARKS. - Editor Kntereit at tbo l'cxtortlce ut Columbus, Now Mexico, for transmission tlintUKb the Mull in Second Clasn Mall Mat Subscription Rates il fi M-r vear In advance. $2.t) per ear if not paid in advance. tVxs for i x months in advanee. AdOertising Rates l.'l cents kt single coiiinm Inch, each insertion. 10 cents per single column inch, contract. Ux-ul column 5 cents ler line each Insertion. Have you planted those trees yet? Don't put it off too long We are glad to note an in creased interest in farming in the Lower Mimbres. The brand of wc.ithcr we have had the past week was somewhat disagreeable, but think of the value to the local ity next summer. There arc many striking ex amples of the value of good roads. Wherever roads have been permanently improved it is found that there has been a great increase in value of the adjacent property. Business is the best here ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 12 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. SOLDIERS TELL Glvo Personal Touches Impossi ble to War Correspondent in These Days. JOKERS EVEN IN TRENCHES Irish Spirit Provss trrtprtsslbla I Face of Orava DangerSea Fight at Been From the En gine Room. London. Tho war mallbrig la Just now a prolific aource ot Interest Vivid letlera from soldteri at tho front or In hospital baeea and scrappy notea from the tura with the "silent fleet" mirror the actualities ot war with sf wealth of Intimate detail and picturesque- peraonal touches Impossi ble to tho harshly censored war cor respondent. Tho following la written from tho front by Corp. T. Trnlnor: "Wo havo had German cavalry thrown at us six times In the last four hour, and each time It has been n 'different body, ao that they must havo plenty to spare. Thero la no lght hours for work, eight hours for aleep and eight hours for play with us. whatever tho Germans may do. "Tho strain Is beginning to tell on them mora than on us, and you can aeo by the weary faces ...

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. — 12 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS" COURIER. The Call of the umberlands By Charles Mia Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play (Cewrlihl. 1911. br W. J. Wall & CoJ On Misery crk Bally Miller finds ctan has ben ahot and Samson It peeled of ths crime. Bamson denies It. The shooting- breaks the truce In the llolltnan-South feud. Jim liollman hunt! with bloodhounds the man who shot 1'ur vy. The bloodhounds loss the trail at Bplrer Bouth's door, Lescott discovert artistic ability In Samson. While sketch ing with Lraeott on the mountain. Tama rack discovers Samson to a Jeerlna crowd oc mountaineers. Bamson thraahes him and denouncea him (is the "truce-butter" who shot Purvy. At Wile Me Caacr'a dance Bamson tella the South elan that he Is g-olni to leave the mountains, I-tscott goes home to New York. Bame.in blda Splcer and Rally farewell and follows. In New York 8am aon studies art and learnt much of city wayt. Drennle Iscotl persuades Wil fred Itorton, her dilettante lover, to do a ...

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. — 12 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Ireland's Patron Saint IS GUILD GROSS, DAIRY AS FOUNDATION Look, Mother! If tongue it coated, give "California Syrup ofJFIgs." Children love this "fruit laxative," and nothing else cleanses the tender tomach, liver and bowels so nicely. A child simply will not stop playing to empty tho bowels, and the result Is thoy becomo tightly clogged with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomacn ours, then your llttlo ono becomes cross, half-sick, feverish, don t cat. sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system full of cold, has soro throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Uston, Mother! See It tonguo Is coated, then give a tcaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and In a fow hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the sys tem, and you have a well child again. Millions of mothers gtvo "California Syrup of Figs" becauso It Is perfectly harmless; children lovo It, and It nov cr falls to act on tho stomach, liver and bowels, Ask at tho store fo...

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 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ADROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, O O I N Q 8, ACHIEVE MENT8. SUFFERINGS, HOPCS AND FEARS OF MANKIND, v.trn N-w.rapr I'nion rwa turtle. ABOUT THE WAR. Two Ormtin submarines hnvn been sunk In Urltlsli waters, according to an uiiit'im announcement given out lu London Friday, A report from Constantinople reached London by wny of Ilerlln, statins; that three British ships had been badly damaged by (Ire from the forts. Alter retiring to tho Dnclstcr river, the Husslans again haro crossed Into nukowlim, and are unofficially re ported to be back In Ceernowlti. They already had taken Sndsgora, n few miles to the northeast of tho capital. Thousands of Austrian troops nre being slaughtered by Husslans with band grenades, according to tho offi cial Petrograd war report. Slavs In the Carpathian passes captured 37,000 Austrlans In Thursday's battles. Eicept In the Central Ueskld pass of the ...

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. — 12 March 1915

THE OfllMjlBVB COURIER. The Courier Cent-A-Word , Classified Adds AUvtrtlsciiii-t)tH In tills co'umn will tw Inhf-rtotl in tliU column nt n cost of im n-nl a word, e iich Umie. II you liuvu anything to Hull, trade or rent, m It you Vain to Imy or triitle lor Knytliintr. tell tint world about it in till column. KvoryUoily ivuilit It. , Dry Imtturios nt Mlllui-'s Drug Store, tf ' Uoniiw your subscription to the Courior. Dry battnrius for tlu online at Millar's Drtitf Stoic. tf Try u Com lor mid, tluy nut I'usults. Hay your spark pluns fur your auto at Miller's ilriiK store SubsOrlbo for tlx Colunibus Courlur. E. P. & S. W. Time Card West Hon ml Np, !J- Uiniti-d 4 1'l'i p in. NTo 7 Mixed 11:S0 p.m. Iwt Hound No. I- Limited 11:50 a.m. NV 8- Mixed ;i:ir. a.m Ifyou want fo rent, buy or sell a house call at the Town Co. olllce -.1. V Ulr.lr. tf Your application to prove up inailo out free of chitrne, also any information repii-din Miuir Will lie c!al to be favored with .ill your busine...

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. — 12 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 53 flBHSSPBHBR &!P8S5BrWfflEfl& : A. K. KEMP (Successor to Columbus Outfitting Co.) Now Open For Business Have purchased the bankrupt stock of the od firm and will sell out same at a 25 per cent discount. A lot of this stock will be sold at and below first cost. M Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louis llellberg John R. Blair ,i. 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. Hellberg & Blair, 4ERSBSsB,d or Columbus, New Mex. 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 get...

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. — 19 March 1915

Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, March 19, 1915. No. 40 Scientific Dry Farming Bank In New Quarters Plant Trees On School Grounds Sam Gulley Dead The following Is taken from ii The Columbus State Hunk bo catalogue published by tlu i gun business In their new build-1 Tucson Seed Com puny: "Dry fanning is the science of storing rainfall in the ground mid using this stored rainfall in the successful prodiiution of crops. Tills Is accomplished by uiak lngn deep mill perfect seed bed, iiixl ii perlecl eonnucliou be' tween the seed bed und the sub soil for absorbing the wuter us it fulls, und by keeping u dirt mulch over the soil after the rainfall Is once ubsorbed. .Inst a few speeilic instruc tlbus is all we have space for: Thoroughly disc the ground belore plowing. This is done so that when the soil is turned over, in plowing, it will lorin a com plete contact with the soil be neath, ami not permit- the si If sod ami the growth on the giouud, when it is turned uiidor, to foi...

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. — 19 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOURI&R. M COLUMBUS COURIER 1'ui1i-iih1 Kwr Kiidaj Uy The Courier Publishing Company ! G. E. PARKS. Editor '.nU'rocl lit UlH PlMtOHIl nU'ollltllllUH, Mrxlt-o, for irunmiWalnii lliiouKli .iu Mulls u .Stvoml rlaas Mull Mut. Subscription Rates ' M pm- .our In advance. Pi IV) i,-r in- It inn iniiil in mlviiiiiv. SV for x inniitli in minimi'. Advertising Rates .'I ci-nti jn-i nnfli i-oiuitin ltu-li, eurli iis.-i-iinn U) ivnta per single column fli, ooiiiiiirt Iovul I'oliiinii o cent r linn I'ui-li iiiHrtlon Columbus and the lower Mimbics has had an unusually large number of visitors for the past few days. Sciul them on. Wc can safely figure that a large pciccntagc of them will locate. We heard a man grumbling about the wind yesterday. That doesn't spell anything. There is wind everywhere at this time of the year and it is no worsr here than it is back cast or north, and another 'hing, the uiiids arc not half so cold. It seems that (he farmers have decided that Sudan gras...

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. — 19 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. ON THE LOOK-OUT Uelglan outposts oo the scacoast "GOP" LEADS BRITISH Former Long Islander Is Fighting in Africa. Overnight He Makes Soldiers ol His . Policemen and Leads Them In Bat tle Against Trained German Soldiers. New York. -At last accounts the nrltlsli fighting the Germans In Her man East Africa from Uganda were ' being led by a Long Islander, "Ilcllly, the'Cop." W. J. Rellly, formerly of Now York, Is the chief of pollco of Uganda, a Ilrltlsh African possession adjoining German East Africa. Iteilly turned bis native police Into soldiers and with them Invaded tho enemy's territory, fighting a 12-hour battle In which tho Ilrltlsh lost seven and the German 100 dead and many wounded, according to n letter from Iteilly received here by J. C. ilemmcnt. Here's what llellly writes to his friend: "JuBt come through n 12 hours' tight. Five machine guns and one can non playing on us nil day. I had only seven cnsualttcs, as I was beautifully Intrenched, The Germans ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND AD ROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES IIAYINC3, D O I N O 3, ' ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. ABOUT THE WAR. Thirty-seven were drowned when thieo British ships wero gunk i: raids by Gorman submarines Tuesday. Tro British steamship Wyvlsbrook OJU been seized by Carranza author ities at Campecho and her commander, Captain Mulr, lias been placed lu jail, Secretary of the Navy Daniels or Cercd tho destroyers McDougal and Dayton from Guantananio to New York to aid tho port authorities there la maintaining neutrality. A complete and searching Inquiry Into all the facts concerning the sink toe ol the American gulling ship Wil liam P. Frye by the Qermnn armed auxiliary cruiser Eltcl Frlcdrich was ordered by President. Wilson. The British ndmlrnlty announces the loss of the auxiliary cruiser Daynno while tho vessel was engaged In pa trol duty. Eight officers nnd eight een men wero rescued,...

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. — 19 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Air mm Plans of Washington Hostesses Are Disarranged ryr ABIIINQTON. The usuai bugbear of WBBhtngton official life baa raited tf Its head again, and the hostesses of that circle aro In despair over the upsetting ot their social affairs. The dispatching ot Secretary Lane, tor In stance, by the president to represent him at tho opening of tbo California exposition upset many a dinner list. Tho story told by Mrs. Daniels, wlfo ot tho secrotnry of tho nary, anent her own troubles In that way, tslsome consolation to the disappointed hostosses. Mrs. Daniels tells the story on herself, and about a dinner she gavo last spring for a diplomat, who was Just arriving or departing from this poit for another. Invitations wore out and arrangements for tbo dinner all completed, when Secretary Daniels was obliged to leave town on official business. Mrs. Daniels called up Mr. Bryan, secretary of state, and told him her predicament and asked btm If he would not play the part ot h...

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. — 19 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. By Charles Neville Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes In the Play (Copjriitu. mu, tv w. J. wm cJ SYNOPSIS. -mfplous. Jean Purvv of the Hiillman inn nun nen anoi anu Bamaon la fua- Preird of the crlma. Hamaon danlee IL he ehootlnff hrealra tha tmr In lolltnan-floutti mud. Jim llollman hunts un oioounounaa tne man who anot I'ur- v. The bloodhounds ins th Ifnll at plr.T Houtli'i door. Lescott discover tniauc noiuiy in Bunion. Wlilli sketch ack discovers Samson fo a leering crowd f mountaineer. Bsmion thrashes him na aenounce mm aa the "truce-bus--r" who ahnt Purvv. At Wlln Me. user's dar.ro Samaon tells tha South Inn that ha Is coins; to leava th tiountnlm. Lescott jroee homa to New Tnrk. Samson bids Splcer and Rally tirwriianq IOMOWB. in WSW lOrK bSm on studies art and learna much ot city ways Drennle Leacott persuades Wll rml Ilortnn. her dilettante lover, to do a man's work In tha world. Prompted by ;ier love.' Bally teaches herself to write lln...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOURIEB. The Courier Cenf-A-Wqrd Classified A3ds Advertisements. In HiIh rn'.umti will l. liiM ili'il In UiIh column at cost nl one cent n need, iicli issue. Ii .vou liuvn mi thing to "H, irudo or rent, or It you want Ik buy i' trade for un tliltiir. It'll tln world about It In lliU column. Kvi'rj ldjl.v roads It. Dry butteries lit Miller's DrtiK Storo. tr subscription to Hi-new your the Courier. Dry butteries ror the onulne at filter's Drujr Store. tf 11(1(1, llic.v net Try n Cornier res.ulls. liny .your spurk plug: for your .into nt Miller' ilruir store. Suhforllte fin- the Columbus Courier. a E. P. & S. W. Time Card "No. i! -No. I No- H- ,Vot lUmit'ed -Mixed EmM Limited Mixeil I ton 1 1 (1 1:15 p in. ii-r.o ).m. Humid lhrioii.in. !S:4'i u.m If. vou want lo ri'iit, buy or sell a house enll ut the T.iwn Co. office .1. W It'ilr. tf Your upplu-iillon lo prove up llllide out free of clmi'ue, also till v Informntion rejrnrdir.,t wiuir Will he triad to lie fuvoied with ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 19 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are back of our Store Hardware : Groceries I A. E. KEMP I have a complete line of Hardware and Groceries and am prepared to serve the public in a way that will please all my patrons I II i Come In Whether You Buy or Not 1 J 1 C J Ii i i ii 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 cuttomtrt dtmand. Wt ctrtalnly haOj tnjoytd our (our jtart rttldtnct htrt. Wt camt htrt Whtn tht town Wat I mall and our butlnttt hat grown With tht town. In otltbratlng our fourth onnlOtrtory Wt offer tht flntttllnt of shots pro-ductd- tht WALK'OVER, Also Ladles' and Men' Clothing. Our lint of Groctrltt It complttt. InOtttlgott. Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, - - - SAM RAVEL-- I Your money wisely is Spending it at our store L...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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