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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 9 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. FIRST The Whale, tb first submarine built In the United Statos, ti now on exhibition In the Brooklyn navy yard. It was built In 1881 by C. B. Buahnell and Augustus Rice, and ti about twanty-nlne feet lone and nine feet deep. Tho Whale was. designed to carry 13 men and was propelled by hand power. It cost $60,000, and waa given a trial and condemned lb 1872. Belgian Makes Thrilling Escape After Killing Guards. Traverses Whole Rhine Country and Reachea Switzerland and Italy Poaea as Deaf Mute Ready to Fight Again. London. Jules Llaudat, a twenty-two-year-old Belgian aoldlor, has Just arrived at Nlco after etfoctlng a dar ing; escape from Qermany. His Jour ney across tho enemy's country Into Switzerland and Italy Is one of tho most striking stories that have coma to hand since tho war began. At the' time of tho outbreak of hos tilities Llaudat was doing his military eervlco In tho Fifth Line regiment at Antwerp. Ho took part la tho fighting around Acrschot, whence...

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. — 9 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. CONNECTING THE ES5 MAN WITH Mi AN LESS JOBL THE 6v El STAFF CQMFJFVfFtr Of ViF lJ7FWmUW!JJ7?WCW till) NCLE 8AM today is engaged In the beneDcent work of securing em ployment for tali unemployed nlccei and nephews, whether natlvo or foreign born. Uncle Bam't workers In chief at the problem of connect Ing the Jobleii man with the man less Job aro William D. Wilson, secretary of tho department of la bor; Anthony Camlnettt, the commissioner gen eral of Immigration, and T. V. Powdorly, chief of tho division of Information of tho Immigration bureau. Nobody knows definitely how many unemployed men and women tbero aro In the United States today. One thing, however, Is known definitely, that tho number probably Is not as great nor any thing like as great In proportion to tho popula tion as It has been at times In the past There are enough of the unemployed, howovor, to mako the problem a serious one, but there seems to bo n belief on tho part of government officials tha...

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. — 9 April 1915

TheXourier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds AdvertiM'inents In 1I1U cn'tmm will In inrtii In tlit column tit 11 com of on cent u word, oncli Issue, li nii luivo iinylhlmr to w'H. trade or rent. or If ymi w'mtl to buy or trade for ilivvtlllnS. lull tin' world uboiit it tills cillliiii. Kvhi'vImmIv rcmls It. Dry lotteries tit Miller's Drug. Store.. . tf Hunt.'"' .vi) 11 1- siilxsriptVm tn thu Otittvlur. t Dry I'mttiii'liK fill- tlic i-iiltlne lit MillisrV Uriitr Store. tf ,rflijtnTpiTi lor mid, i-n-iiilt. ' Hii'.v net i Hif:w'ii1ir Kisii'lf nliius for your 1 "itlont Miller's ilrnii store. 18 3uiise.rilie Onrior. for tlti- Cfiluinlius E. P. & S. W. Time Card if Vn Untiled MLxed Mt-t' Limited MI.M-ll I ton ml No. if No 7 1 1 m 11.111. ll:."0 p.m. Hound No I No" H I !::.() 11 111. 11. id If, von want fo rent, liny or ll 11 lionsi' cjiII ut tin Town I'o. iftlue .1. W. Illr.ir. tf Your iipiilb'iitioii to prov' up Hindi1 out free of charge, also any iiiforiiintifin icjxiiiilii. .miiiii Will ...

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. — 9 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER 4 years of merit are back of our Store Hardware - Groceries 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 thai everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us what our cuttomtrt dtmand. Wt certainly haCt tnjoytd our (our ytart rttldtnct htrt. W cam htrt Whin tht town Wat infill and our butlnttt hat grown With tht town. In ctltbratlng our fourth annlCtrtary Wt otftr the tlnttt lint of thott pro ductdthe WALK-OVER. Alto Ladltt' and Mtn't Clothing. Our lint of Groctrltt It complttt. Intitttlgott. Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, --SAM RAVEL-- 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 1 I 1 it Come In Whether You Buy or Not cndin Your money wisely is Spending it at our store Let us lower your Grocery bill. A ...

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. — 16 April 1915

ft Columbus' growth in the next two years is as great as it has been the past two she will be some city, it will be, greater IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, April 16. 1915. No. 44 , S. R. Hunt Making a Fine Showing Don't Be a Grouch ShonldiHave.a Canning Factory Entertainment at the School Home Aonfirf . A shoi t tiiui! ngn thi! wilier, A mint In this town w ho is near ' Jjsited tin- rami of S. U Hunt nt ' iy ik) yfiti-it old scemes to bo about iKuilll.Vside mid Was very much' Wirpriscd to note tho MtaU' of do-1 , .. .volopm1.ntl.ls,:al-oh,,sn,,chctr. IM'atnnalylms never been oT.t Mr. Hunt arrived here about i',f" J,M- Hnnl ,i,,IL'H n'1 jlx years ago mid ho mil Mrs, Ijlivuli tin; business hours whjiro Hunt tiled on h section of land', hejworks, nriil.mon are discharge bejng the Hint laud taken inlud who are bettur educated tiffin .(lie how piospemus Sunny-side I (jeliiioie able than he to do his jjlistrlct. Mr. Hunt, like muny I wW. hut he stays on the job. fir tho settlers I...

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. — 16 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER 1'uI.Iu.IuhI Ever Friday by The Cwrier Pablislunf Company G. E. PARKS. Editor Kntered at Urn I'ottolllw at Coliimtiuit, , thMiN m Htuond cuo MrII Mut-j 1 . 1 Subscription Rates ?) w etr tn niliiiiiw. SOI Hr i -bp If not In lulvumv. S.V Ion w moiitlih in Hilvnntf. ! AdOertising Rates i'J eonl, mjfl.- eo.uu.n Inel.. e.u-1. uiertlon. M Ofnt iH-riliijflf column ieli, coiUimui. lH'ul i nun 3 if m h I er line eseli Insertion. THE TOWN KNOCKER The only thing to do with thc "Town Knocker" is to Kick him out. Tolerate him tor u minute, and he spreads ike an epidemic all over thc community. He is the origin jI "Calamity Howler" and Uird ol III Omen." He is ocver so happy as when he can persuade other people to think , Deccmbcr g, the same way as he docs. If al-1 .i f . n r lowed to -get the floor." he I T , J J?"6 ' "ill kno.k thc pi,,, hom under C,bcr ( Novcmb f the best proposition on car h. .T lqUal' SC,a80n "CCpt' fr He is against every form of im bob"hit"' (is frm 0o...

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. — 16 April 1915

THE OOLUHBUS COUEIEB. S A HELMET: 1 GEisiTjee Belgian's Love Story Shows Old Fcminlno Spur to Carnage Surviving. TROPHY FROM SLAIN FOE Belgian Chauffeur Had No Dcslro for ' Trenches, Witling to Serve Coun try Elsewhere, TIM Louies Mario Spoke. By EDGAR A. MOWRER. rreiDondent Chicago. Dally Newt.).. oris. "Lovo can only gay what it wants by the language oC lite, action, ong, sacrifice, ravishment, death and the great panorama ol creation." Ed ward Carpenter, Lore of womon li playing Hi part in this, war, Just as It baa always done. "Take mo to DunkerqueJ I laid, brandishing my pass. The Belgian chauffeur did not look at It "What are you going to do there? It does not make any difference to me so long aa you hare a pass. And it you haven't the senttnela on the road be- tween here and there'll hare you out Quick enough. I'Te got to get some oil ,tor my lamp. It's getting dark. Come back In ten mtnutei and we start." Had Pled From Antwerp. Quarter ot an hour later I was sit ting besldo ...

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. — 16 April 1915

THE, COLUMBUS OOURIES. ... 5YTXr.-.V: mi i III European war na iucuou (jftA ' lATK JV- h ilil M m II ' II I , J1E European war has focused at tention more strongly tnan ever before upon' the Idea embodied In the phraie, "See America First" Thousands who hare been la tho habit of trending their Tacatlons. winter or summer, abroad are scanning the map of the United States with renewed Interest and are discovering that natural at tractions, scenlo wonders and 'good roads which they had hardly thought In ex istence are to be found without the necessity of making an ocean voyoge. With the great Impetus which the automobllo has within recent years given to touring and with the rapid development of better roads, the motor ist has been traveling the highways and by ways In search of scenes that are new and roads that are. good. This year, 1916, will see a great stream of trivel from east to west and west to east attracted by the two California expositions and by the novelty of a transcontin...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 16 April 1915

TEE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Gall of the BCumbeMsl By CMs KsTilla Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scaiea In tho Play CHAPTER XIII Continued. "Dear Samsons Tbe war ii on again. Tamarack Splcer killed Jim Aaberry, and the Itollmana have killed Tama rack. Uncle Splccr la shot, but he nay sat well. There la nobody to lead the Sontba. 1 am trying to hold them own uniu i near irom you. uon i eetno If yon don't want to but tho t,uu i ronuy. Wlin IOTO, fifowlv Af.maAt 0..ilt. . him feet. Illi voice was In tho dead-level pucji wnicn wurrea nad once before heard. Ilia eyea were aa clear and hard aa trnnnnarent flint Tm aorry to be of troublo, George," u? quieiiy. -nut you must get mo to wow York at onco by motor. I DIUBt take a train smith Innlnht " "No bad newe, 1 hope," auggested Lo&oolt For an Initant Sainton forgot his four yoara of veneer. Tbe century of prenatal narnarlsm broke out fiercely. He vraa soelng things fnr away and forgetting things near by. Ills eyes uiuicu ana ...

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. — 16 April 1915

ms goluhbus doomee. LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THB PROQRE88 OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES 8AYINQS, D O I N Q 8, ACHIEVE MENTS, 8UFFERIN08, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Weattra Newtpaper Union Tf ewe Service. ABOUT THE WAR Tbe German admiralty issued a statement admitting the loss ot the (submarine U-2L A big submarine that dashed through a heavy sea at Incredible speed sank the steamer Northlands oft Beach)- Head rn the English chan nel. Peace talk was rampant late last week In Washington and In diplo matic quarters It was persistently as serted that the end ot the war was close at hand. The nations now at war hare lost 6,950,000 men in tho first eight months of tbe conflict and spent $8,400,000,000 in the first six months, according to figures prepared for the Avantl, a Paris Socialist organ, by Its mtlltaty rxpert. Two more vessels, tbe Russian three-master Hermes and the Glas gow steamer Olivine, have been sunk by German submarines, according to an officia...

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. — 16 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. JTKe Courier Cent-A-Worf Classified Adds I . M idvortiHumcntM In this, co'iimri will ftjlnMirt In tM column ut n cost of, guy cent a word, each Uiue. II yi finvu unythlng to sell, trnde prmit. orllf you wont to buy or Irnllf for arO'tlilntf. tell till' world about It. In his column. Kvijryliouy reads. It. fpry bitttt'Hcrt.iit Miller's I)cuk Sorii. tf Itoni'iv your Hiibseriptlon tii Courii'r Dry lmtUrlt'M for the intuitu1 uf. J'llor'w Drun Store.' tf "jfj'iV it Couiiur nild, they K't faults. Buyyonr spin-It pluu for your ntVto nt MIIU'I-'h drug stoic tinlixuribu fur Dih CjtuuibUM l Ciitirier. ' $ E. P. & S. W. Time .Card 8, Wiwi Hound jd No. 11 Limited :45 n.m. 9 'R. ? Mlvo.l . . . 11 .Ml ii in SPd Kitst Hontiil tfo. 4- Limited 11::.0n.m. No 8 Mixed il:r. n. in E. J. Fulton, Well Driller Arty Slit Columbia. N. H & Wft Texas' Fuel Cn. S (SEETON'5) 1531 - May Ave. fl 6a i&tss isashesm ubkhi swm If .vim wnnt fo rent, buy or sell a lmuw call tit the Town...

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. — 16 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are back of our Store Hardware - Groceries A. E. KEMP The Peace Maker the Price Wrecker Come in and get my prices then you'll forget all your troubles I Come In Whether You Buy or Not Your monev wiselv is Snendin? J it at our store Let us lower your Grocery bill. A tria order will convince you LEMMON & ROMNEY'S Call Phone No. 16 I Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. - Louis Hellberg John R. Blair .t. W Blmk, 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,. EfSgSsSi'- '" Columbus, New Mex. f 1E Us! H! THE LODGE POOL Candies : Sodas : Tobaccos Remington V. M. C. Rifles, Carbines, Shotguns. Colts ReOoiOers, Ammunition For All Guns . . . , REPRESENTATIVE : A. Lee ...

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. — 23 April 1915

here is greater building' activity in Columbus now than ever before, the Lower Mimbres Valley farmers are setting the pace filmmlntf f Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, April 23, 1015. No. 45 The Bible What It Is Play At School House This Evening ' Death of Mrt. T. A. Hultey Spiod at her homo In Columbus, mlay, April 22, St:ilO p.m., . T. A. Huls'oy. rs. Hulsey wus a niitlvu of statu cif Arkansas, though since her marriage has lived most ijjftliu til ms In Now Mexico. Shu ts 2:1 years old ut iho time of (rer douth. JlTho doccitsod lius been suffer iiftt for a long time with consump tion, but hur condition wiih nut dtluornlly thought to be, very uojigorqus, ami when the ud litfws of her death wiih whlHur uli from one to imolher'n dark goom spread over tliu whole (toininunity. ,,lMrs.. Hulsey wus of iin uffoe tlouutc disposition, bright nnd winning in her ways ho that I rlondshlp's circle was to her a luigeonc. Among us she rank d us a woman of culture, inline incut, sympath...

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. — 23 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUB1EE. THE COLUMBUS COURIER i'ul...li.-.l Kvit Filiiuy by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS, Editor .utrJ at tlx l'ottollliw lit I'oliunliut, ew Mrxlin. (or tranimliun through lie Malts a Second Class Mull Mat-' Subscription Rates I.SO m- ifiitr In iidvunei-. KM per Hr if not imiil In ndvanet. bVic for ll'-SHu? raonilis in uuun?e. AdOertising Rates ') i'nU pur Miurle column inch, each iisertlon. 124 ivnts kt single column lch, contract IH'al I'liliinin o cents m- line each iiii-iiion. l FOR A BETTER TOWN i QIVEN QUI OK RELIEF Pain loaves almost, a IE by magic whea you begin using "5 Drop." the lamouiolil remedy (or Rheuma tism, Lumbago, Gout, Sciatica, Neuralgia and kindred troubles. It goes right to tha spot, Vops tho achea and tuins nnd makes life nh living. Get a tof to of "a-Drop" to. A booklet with e. ch Mill gies full dirrcti.ms; for use. Dnii'trvl .y. Vemaod "." Drip- ' Don't ae c. p' "ivthinit ete in nljcoof it. Anrdnw- (lit can supply you. If you liv...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 23 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS UOUIUER. MAKE PASTURES A FEATURE EXPLAINING SONGS OF BIRDS K. (i WBIiWtWtWi 1 tf AVcfitlablePrtpirallunrorAs- For Infanta and Ohlldron. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Prnmntr Tlidclinn nllerfnl- n nnrinnct fVinlalrn nplthr- Opium.Morphlne nor Mineral Wot 'Narcotic ww' 1 kotttect Remedy forConsttpa- Hon i Sour Stomath.DiarrWca, Wonra.Convulsions.reverisn ncss and Loss of Sleep.' Always Bears tlio ft In VP For Over Thirty Years m W facsimile Sijutwc h& "Jin Centaur Company. 1 - NEW YORK Exact Copy of Wrapper. ......r. twr...iTT. HHHHMHHHHHi The Case. "Our telephone girl tells mo ibo has broken her engagement." "Ah; a case with her of ring off." "COUNT" TOO ABSENT MINDED TOUCHES OF ECZEMA At Once Rellaved by Cutlcura Quits Easily. Trial Free. Tho Bpap to clcanie and purify, tha Ointment to aootbe and heal. Nothing btter than theaa fragrant super creamy emollients for all troubles af fecting the akin, scalp, hair and hands. They mean a clear skin, clean scalp, .good...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 23 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS GOURDES. TT JXliW M WMTTODO t&tr EDMRi) B- CLARK - l I MM I I HI AND W IIS now TO DOIT 'LJ&ikJ ASMNQTON.--For nearly two years tbero baa been an attempt on tbo part of tbe agricultural department to spread useful agricultural and household Information among the people through the medium ot the press of the country. The attempt has been highly successful, as per haps the readers ot newspapers do sot need to be told, for the Interesting and and at tlmos compelling writings of the service men have been before them from day to day. In the department ot agriculture there Is an of fice ot Information which was created In June, 1913. Before Its establishment there had been no actlre effort to glre directly to tho people tbe results ot the department's work. Walter H. Pago, at pres ent the American ambassador to Great Britain, said on this subject of gottlng agricultural information to the peoplo that the department "Had been rcscr Tolrlng an enormous mass of informatio...

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. — 23 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. ' The Gad of the Witl) UluatmtirtBf from Photographs of Scenes in the Play (CacriUU. tutu W. J. Wm CaJ CHAPTER XIV Continued. " Besides being on duty a ad offlcor of militia, Callomb was ft Kcntucktan, Interested In the problems of bis com' tnonwealth, and, when ho went back. he knew that hla coualn, who occupied tho' executive mansion at Frankfort. ' would bo Interested In hti suggestions 1 The governor had asked him ti report bis Impressions, and he meant to, of' ter analysing them. So, smarting under hla Impotency, Capthln Callomb came out ot his tent ono morning, and strolled across the curved bridge to tho'town proper. He know that tho grand Jury was conven- - Ing, and be moatit to sit as n spectator In the courthouse and study proceed' tags when they were Instructed. . But before ha reached the court' bouse, where fcr a balf-hour yet the cupola bell would not clang out its summons to veniremen and witnesses, be found fresh fuel for his wrath Iia was not a...

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. — 23 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. LATE LIVE NEWS 50NDENSED RECORD 01 THE PROQRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, D O I N Q 8, ACHIEVE ' MENT3, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. VTe.tern Ntwtpaptr Union newa service. ABOUT THE WAR The Dutch steamer Katwyk was sent to tbo bottom eft the North Hinder lightship, according to Lon don reports. The Drltlsh government has offered "a full and ample apology" to the Chilean government for tho sinking on March 14, In Chilean waters, of the German cruiser Dresden. Tblrty-threo thousand women had registered themselves for special war service up to tho end ot March. This statement was made by Walter Runcl man, president ot the Board of Trade, to a deputation representing tho vari ous vomcn's societies In London. Eight hundred aeroplanes whirred above England Friday night Float ing sentinel rows were eighty of the giant new dirigible Zcppolln de stroyers. Delow was a black void In which panic reljssj, and somewhere to the east, o...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 23 April 1915

THE OOLUMBUS COURIER. The Courier Cent-A-Word Classified Adds Advertisement In tlilx en'umn will Im, Incited In thin column lit u rout o( inn cent u word, each (mue. It you liavu anything to trade or rent, r If you want to lW or trade for uuythlng. tell the world alout It In iIiTh riiliimn. Kverj Ii1y reads It. Dry ImtUiries ut MiUur'n Drug; Storo. tf tltonmv your (to Courier. subscription to lDry hatti'i ii's for the engine at llllor's Drtijr. Store. tf .Tr.Viv Courier mid, they ut. result. Buy your spark plutfH for your vtto at Mllbir's drni? Btore. E. J. Fulton, Well Driller Any Slit THINKS OLD SYSTEM BETTER Wrlttr In th Atlantic Maki Compar ison of Educational Mathcda, Past and Pressnt. Tlie really old-fashioned educa tional system upon which ours ia founded had a vigorous common sense alioni it. School ended for Iho iKiy at fourteen or fifteen, the free dom of college lcgan Bt onee, arid tho boy must stand on hi own feet. An intellectual standard of n com- i paraiivelv uniform ...

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. — 23 April 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 cuttamtn dtmand. Wt certainly haOt tnjojtd our (our jtart rttldtnct htrt. Wt camt htrt Whtn tht town, Wat tmall and our butlnttt ha grown with tht town. In ctltbratlng our fourth innlOtrtary Wt ofltr tht flntst lint of ihot pro ductdtht WALK-OVER. Also Lad Us' and Htn't Clothing. Our lint of Groctrltt It complttt. Inotttlgott. Hardware - Groceries A. E. KEMP The Peace Maker the Price Wrecker Come in and get my prices then you'll forget all your troubles I I Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, Come In Whether You Buy or Not Columbus & Western New Mexico Townsite Co. Louts Hellberg John R. Blair J. W Blair, Local Agent Promoters of Columbus TH...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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