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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 25 February 1916

XC Wanted: The World to Know About Our Excellent Climate The Best in The World Bonn Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, lexico, February 25. 1916 No. 36 New Sheriff D. B. Stephens Slain Dwitgh H. Stephens, Tor tho past twelve years sheriff of Luna county, witli residence nt Dom ing, ono of tin; host known peaeo officers in tliu Southwest, was shot and killed Sunday afternoon near lilncon, Dona Ana -county, in a battle with tlvo prisoners who a fow hours previous had alloc ted a sensational jail break at Doming. According to reMrts of battle between sheriff's posse and the lleelng prisoners, Stephens was slain before he had a chance to tire a shot, a bullet from a ritle in the hands of one of the prison ers, 11 red at close range, enter ing his right .shoulder and pass ingthti.ugh Ills lungs, causing almost instant death. He full forward, his cocked gun being found under his body. Buck Sevier, a member of the posse, was shot in the head, but not seriously wounded, the bnl let grazing Ills ...

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. — 25 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER t .t itit-a K-n Kriiluj l The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor i .nteml at 11 lWoltk tit l oltiml.uv Sew Mexlw. for tranMnUsltm through the Mllt hi Second I'Iom Mull Mil- ir. Subscription Rates l.SO W year in ailvumw. W.tM l-i' war If not puld In ndvanc. 8ofri ,irt,j Advertising Rates l J cents per single column Inch. each j nsertlon. cents er Mngle column ! nch, contract. 1h-iiI column 5 cents mr lln' each Insertion. Elliott is progressing very 1 rapidly, the hole being now down near the 200 foot level. I Mr. Elliott is very anxious to make a thorough test for artes ian water but in order to do so must have assistance. The people of this section will never have an opportunity again to get a deep well at the small expense now required. The business men have all agreed to help and if they all come in at once the test hole will be assured. However, if they do j not come in with the needed i assistance, when a good pump ing propo...

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. — 25 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. iis. a young imenonn or youth ami mu h beauty. B!ie wrS In this (ouncy on business of Iter own. With out plan she became Involved In nf fairs between those two manarchs, Klic has been the victim of evil for turn', not through riuilt of hor own. Now. I nm tolling ymi the truth -since 1 have gained my purpose or nn audi' nice wish you. You may rely upon j what I have said, cnptnlu. This Is thb truth so far as i Know u. "Then why not let them sell for their own country If sho has been In jured hero why not let her go back to Iter own country? I nin booked for New York. If thi't he n city of her native land why not that port us well as niiv other? And how shell I know jour own motives?" fount Frederick paused In thought at this. "True that Is true." said he. ' Vcsy well, wo will search your 'ship. When we find tho young woman let her decldo what she wishes to do. If ( he says she wishes to go back to her home. I will not prevent It. Hut If he be asked to go berk ag...

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. — 25 February 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Children Cry for Fletcher's The. Kind You Have Always nought, nnd which bin been In use for over JIO yours, litis borne the (denature of nmi hum noon ninno unucr ins pcr ISy noiml super Islon since ll.S tllflt lf . TaucUiS Allow no one todccclve yon In t!.N. All Counterfeits, Imitations uuil Iust-ns-t;ood " ore lint Kxperlniouts tluit trlflo with and oiulnnucr the lioulth of lufuuts and Children Experience tiKultiHt Experiment. What is CASTOR 1 A Cnstoriu Is a harmless substitute, for Cnstor OH, Pnrc porlc, Drops mill Soothlnir Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, lUorphlno nor other Narcotic substance. Its no Is Its jjiinrnntee. It destroys Worms nnil ollujs Fevcrlshness. For more tlum thlrtj Hears it lms lii-oii In constant use for the relief of Constipation, riiitulenoy, "Wind C'olle, nil Teething Troubles and Dlurrhivn. It regulates the Stomach nnd Dowel"., nsslinllutos the Food, giving hontthy and natural sleep. Tlio Children's Panacea Tho Mo...

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. — 3 March 1916

Assistance Given the Lower Mimbres Farmer Will Pay the Columbus Business Man Big Dividends (Lohvmmtsi gonftef Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, March 3, 1916. No. 37 Agriculturah'stt Pay Visit Purchase of Government Properly Church Program Sunday Everybody come to churuh Sunday March Mil. Tho church people uro ex pecting a largo crowd next Sunday. Lot them not bo dls upi)intoil. Rov. bind will preach in the morning. His subject will be: "Difficulties Ilemoved." Dr. .Bright will occupy tho pulpit In the uvoning. There will be three choruses by the choir, throe duets; one by Mrs. and Miss Pago; one by Mrs Page and Mrs. Nodding ton, and one by Mrs. Page and Mr Ramuy, and several hymns by the congregation. The little Folks will also sing. Coine - Everybody Sunday School Rally Iiev. E. D. Haley, the secretary of the New Mexico Sunday School Association will be with us next Wednesday March 8th. Interesting sermons have been arranged for morning, afternoon, mid evening. For the con...

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. — 3 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS OOURIEIt. THE COLUMBUS COURIER l'ulilwlnil Kfrv KriilH) 1" The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS. Editor entered tit the I'oslollu-e ul Columliuo. j-y jt lU-fi ym New Mexico, for trnnmllon tliroiiith j , tj , JC HI tJfl) tho Mulls in Second I'Ium Mull Mat ter. Well Driller Subscription Rates 1.30 w .veur In adviuu-e. 2.m) ' iur If not jmld In advance. SIV (er ' ix months In advunoo. AdOertising Rates I cents hi slnjfle column Inch, euch insertion. 121 cenl tier iltitrle column nch, contract. Loeul cohmm r. cents lr line each Inaertlnu. It is very evident that the farmers of this section do not i care to encourage the visits of, agriculturalists to the Lower j Mimbrcs. At the meeting held) here Wednesday evening fori the benefit of farmers there wasj not a single person present! who could be classed as a tiller of the soil. The speakers no doubt left here with the con-, viction that the Columbus district is not interested in ; scientific farming, which is not the ca...

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. — 3 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. hfirh and Into tlio vlllaRO which -i . i it h lisniliiUBrlers fur that por tion (it tli ii lulniul. Ilnro he wng hrntiRlit hpforo Hit' chief. Prom tho look or him nntl IiIb ijubjccln, Count Frederick Jnminl himself to bo on mi IkIiiiiiI minimvllnri) off Hut African count WlH-tlior theso people woro frlcnila or foi a he could not ull nt first. Tor ho understood neither their laneuaKO i nor tholr Kestlculnilons, hut It oc-' iiirrnl to him that whichever they 1 mlKht bo It would not bo nmlss for h'm to Impress thorn With n feellim ! of ills own power. Ho could not toll whether or not thoy wore familiar with tho effect of firearms, but re called nil ho had read of the terror inspired I" Biivn.Ro mlmU iy tho uso if such wenpons. lie droV from his pocket tho pistol which ho hud ear ned, nnd looked nbout him for some object at which to nfm. A wild duck was floating In tho la soon not fnr away, and nt this Count Frederick took careful aim, und llred with the extraordin...

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. — 3 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Children Cry for Fletcher's Notice For Publication P Tho Kind You II two Always Nought, mid vltlth bus been lu use for over !K jciirsi hus boruo the Miiutnro of and lias been m.tilo iimHt Ills per rjP sj&J- nonnl MiporWslou ulnco Its lniniiry. Wi.tiS'y, -CtCcJUCi Allow no ono to deceive jouiii this. Alt Counterfeits, Imitations and .Tust-ns-ijood " ore Imt Kxporltncnts Unit trlflu with and oniliiiinor tho licitllh of lufuuts ami Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Cmtorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, ."Uorphlno nor other Nnriollo substance, lis ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms mid allays reverlslmess. lor inoro than thirl j years It lias been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, AVInd Colic, all Teething Troubles anil Diarrlnua. It regulates thu Stomach and Howls, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural ...

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. — 10 March 1916

Assistance Given the Lower Mimbres Farmer Will Pay the Columbus Business Man Big fflEfMf Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, March 10, 1916. No. 38 E. J. Fulton, kWell Driller An Size --- An Depth CWumtut.jN. M Or. T, 70ABHEY PHYSICIAN llli'.i'. llrst. door wont of the Mil tor Dm-" Stoiv, up stairs Notice For Publication ll.'i.iirtm.'nt of ttlf InV-rlilh V. S. l.iilul OH).-,.. I.uk fMiwn, N. .M.. HVbr i.irj il. UtlU. .siiilin I hauvhy irtv.'ii tlHuOlawnaiai ' K. Uorfi!'n. nf ('iiluiuli'iK, N, M., iulio. m .(mmiiiv ''"-i mad" hoim-V"'' "fitr.v No. Oi'iiln an amnnd oil fop tli. swj wo. 4 'J 2d S rano 8 V unit on NoveiuUn' I). ItlH, made .iddlllonul houiestntid entrj No. 010Vi2, for NKi Motion i. township !KI Soulli innjfo i Vot N. M. 1. majridlu.it, has died notice of In tention to msko litis,) three year proof to epttiblUh Maltn to'tlhi land above du-st-rltiod, tWoro W. O. Iioovor, U. 8. Commissioner, at Columbus, N. M. on tbp'3d day ot April, 1910. ('ltvlm&nt names' ia wit...

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. — 17 March 1916

H m Assistance Given the Lower Mimbres Farmer Will Pay the Columbus Business Man Big Dividends 1 1 Vol.V. Columbus. Luna County, New Mexico, March 17, 1916. No.3H flonfief Notice For Publication I) inii-tui-ut of dt; Interior. r.,f. Limit Ntlee. I.tix i 'i'iu'Hb. N. M.. 1-V!i- iiu-.v 'ii. IHIO. N.n if.' in lierelo, elvi'ii tlinH lurwm Vfjt- Hpifetk. of 'oHiirihif.. N. .f.-, ! win. mi .In mi ii it IM. I HI'.'. maoe 1 liomei"iirl iMiii't No. OHW'I as amend- rtl fifr the Nv wv. t T. i.H S ratine Application Notice Notice For Publication E. J. Fulton, Well Vr'tller Any Depth ,,umtu. N. f Dr. T. H'. DABNEY PHYSICIAN ' m. - i i ,t ittur u-st i if tir. Mil ( 'Drutf Stn-i') n'.striii Columbus New Mexico LAW AND INSURANCE OJTICE Or W. C. Hoover U. S. COMMISSIONER NOTAkV PUBLIC Hi.' thjwlntr ol Diwls, Mortgageri, 'nni.-aew urn! all U'jral Papers 'iveii pai-ttoulii.r attention. . AIho .ill matter uuulnlnir til I'.' S. 'ominlimlnner dullet. i 'an wrlto your Insurun.v tn tin' 'Nt ol i 'ompanttw....

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. — 24 March 1916

Thp Future Has Never Looked Brighter For This Section Than It Does Today nut Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, March 24, 1916. No. 40 Major Sample Id Command Telephone Line Kept Busy pmmmi City Election April 4 The Vlllago Uoard of Trustees Grocery Has Quarters Major Sample, of the Six teonth Infantry, has been left in command of the forces stationed ut Columbus during tliu liunt for Pancho Villa. H lias sever al hundred men under Ills com mand, and Is taking every precaution to guard against a surprise atUict by hostile Mex icans. This is the base of supplies for the army in Mexico, and there Is no danger or Colum bus being left without ample protection as a strong gurlson must be kept here to guard the military supplies as well as the citizens and private property. Our people have absolutely no need for any fear of attact and ean continue their business as usual, with a feeling that every thing is as safe and secure as if I hey were located hundreds of miles from the borde...

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. — 24 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER I'uliliilteri l'.vt'i Kiiduj b; The Courier Publishing Company I Editor G. E. PARKS. Kntereil tit the I'ostolHee ut tolumbiiM. New Mexico, for trniisinistltui tbroutrh the MulH ii Seeond I'ltm MhII Mut ter. Subscription Rates 1.30 wv .veur In advance. t'i.iM " er If not poid In ndianee. s.V ti ix months In udvanee. Advertising Rates 15 cents per single column Im'h. eitel .nsertlon. 12i cent ier slnifle column inch, contract. Itocul colimin ft cent ler line euch Insertion. The Thirteenth Cavarly has been the object of much criti cism since the Villa raid. Much of it has been unjust. One man said the soldiers were asleep. Quite likely. Sol diers do that occasionally. The usual guard was on, con sisting of about 25 men eight of whom were on guard at a time, there being three shifts. , or reliefs. They kney of noth-! ingout of the ordinary being I ,.A :,i, TU I.,, I staged that night. They hud not been advised to take any extra precaution. The ...

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. — 24 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. ip. , : , ,,. a,jL m vh WM CLIPPED FROM EXCHANGES , Mi'tu wltfl her fourteen , 1,1 old bnuy. It was thought in' was tliici'vert'd at !..-- to tlu- window fired .h it. the bullet jmt mlaUlng ',. . .itN-amr bedlr with can ,. ,..,, wa also the .1,F?,u,n.")Uf' f' MV Wl , Hf 1 f . 1! T- w,lh ,,lood "trenmlnir down her Another liot was Imme- f(4C0 8g n re(iuit 0f cuts made by , i ! -d through the wall near flying glass when the Villa bandits . the bandit surely think- oniorou mo town uurij vuuuj, : ho hrd fallen'tind that he 0 B- I'orks. wife of the editor of fll-f,0 ruhe' inside and dragged I . ., . , i! n?t hi!, l,.r the Columb-.a Courier, at for two ,Ilt three or four Am9riCHn men 0e,"w"ro Man Hm SjMendld Reputa I i it u bullet through her houn at tho Bwitchboard In the , 4rd American woman. The lon as a " l-r telephone exchange and gave the : mndu snot the three American ! Comtruotlve BMlnett. , I h of Jaa. T. Don.., plow-, first news of the outrage to the nnd wr...

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. — 24 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. Notice For Publication pi i iiiiij PJtW - . nnll cast R1SU.MII! Funeral Held For Victim (EL PASO TIMES) )0I.artmont of the interior, f. S. -i....i,.,. m M Mnrrh 11. : Land onire, Liis Cruces, N. M.. Men and women, soldiers, clvl t i.. n:.winiL(licerful' oSuSjMorpWnlflrl'inCUl Not Nicotic. r...'ihnKS HSU For Infants nnd Chlldrou. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Alwi Bears Signature ft&3 KEW -vork Exact Copy of Wrtpptr. tt tuh . err. iys . t the 5f JF of W ry Jfv In Use IX Fcr Over Thirty Years : The Courier Job Department Is well equipped, and prepared to I execute all classes of fine Commercial and Society Printing t In thoroughly upfto-date style t and workmanlike manner : : Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention t THE QUALITY OF OUR WORK IS ITS BEST RECOMMENDATION t t linns nnd passengers aboard thoj Golden State Limited from Califor nia wept llko little children this afternoon ns the Thirteenth Caval ry Band plnycd softly, "Nenrer, My God to Thee," while ...

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. — 31 March 1916

The Future Has Never Looked Brighter For This Section Than It Does Today pumtftbmi (umfief Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, March 31, 1916. No. 41 r Senator Fall Here To Probe Columbus Raid Special Police Force Five Bands In Columbus 160 Mexicans Killed Ralph Ely a Candidate United Stilton 'Senator Albert H. Kul I arrived hero rriiin Dom i ii) Wednesday morning mid went iiiti) conference with deputy customs collector Loo A. Itiggs. Mr. ltlggs ''ft boon seeming stutoiuunts from the citizens ns to what happened the night of the raid, mid has received much information in addition to what ho saw himself. After the conference with Mr i Uiggs Senator Full wont to the headquarters of Major Sample, ami after a snort coniorencc, ireiurncu 10 mo uwco ui ,ur, pUiggs, and thea left in an auto mobile for Hachitu, carrying with him u bundle of papers and reports. The Senator denied that lie was making an investigation for congressional action, or that he iwus looking into the iniiitury ....

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. — 31 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER li Mi shed Ker.i Fridnt b; The Courier Publishing Company - - G. E. PARKS. Editor Kntered at the l.,Ultlce at l 'olumluis. Xuw Mexico, tor transmission through the MalU as Second Class Ma" M"- Subscription Rates 1 50 'r eur in advance. 2.iw year If not paid In advance, six months in advance. AdOertising Rates j l.'i cents per single coiumn inch, ouch $ insertion. 121 cents per slnirlc column j inch, contract. Local counim " cents ' f ler line each Insertion 1 irotighout V The newspapers il the country are iing hcj B . M. REED impression on the minds t if, , t, iL 1 1 1 r m ' the people that the American I -soldiers arc enduring great hardships in their chose after I'ancho Villa. The ccsonr ship is on so tight that those papers have absolutely no way of knowing what is talcing place and the reports arc not firmly grounded at all, but arc the products of kid reporters who arc paid by the inch for the dope they fire in. Of course we know that ...

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. — 31 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. ofnhitc at Inst, tit d nudum nn.s 11 One drildti wlin". mixt to i' iy mil linn tlw misfortune of Iihviuk i rii iiiiiiId from tint ImiiRlnallim nml from fnrtH In hnntl. Hut now t hero tho way fork." llefnro liltn now luy u serins of l rlcn still damp from tliu recent "muling front llio most. It win Suchlo's theory. ImRHil upon ho knew not what, Hint tlio trensuro rlminhttr mintl lis KOinouhere under tlio mmit, Hint Hit Hood KQtPB must luivo liven iluvlit.nl or boiiio purpose of protecting It. He id oil upon Hint theory now. nml with HI llUttOr Rlllllo tllRIl till; RTl'lltlT ss of thi) rock Moors which lio fol owoil, hu wandered on hour after li -nr. t length ho irumhI. helpless, piu d, dumfounded. Ii had tnkct' n wraps; turn somfwhrro In this Ishy- rititli of uiidcrKroiind rliumiuls! He !-nd net "von found tliu wntur gates v. Inch had Hooded those li-vols no re cently, do hnd found no new re cesses. In tho rooky wnlls Ho had i nml nolhliiK which In tho least com...

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. — 31 March 1916

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. wi lt i: I m I'l lil.lt A I ION. For Infants and Childron. I ii'pui tnieiil ol the Interior, I'. S. I..iihI nmVe. I.uo i ruees, N. M. Mar. J I. I"IU. s'otleo Is hereby irlveii tliHt John I Man-Is, of Waterloo, if. M Notice For Publication is B I ... i LJ , I oiumous iioiei M. Ii-iti-linei)t of tilt- Interior. Lund Ollloe. Las Cruees. N I'Vbriiury 'iX, Will. ! X vnlln It lierebv irivetl tlmt Clllivncc f Mho oil 'u itoiwrx, of' Columbus, N, M.,1 ..,nni nri'iiccvr iii(SllS(oiii.hsaiulh'w rromotcsDitioiUtcnM OpiunuMortiliiuciwrl"0"21 Not N'AKi 2i5"- ' W -, Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of jac Simile Sigiwli ' LW hf Uso Mareh It, HUH, mad liomesWnu entry I wjM1( ,, ,,imiiiry 20, 1IH2, made 1 1 No oias'l. for NKi lor lot I mid 2i 10,mtwlli lmt,.y ((). (Hliitltl us amend- I SN'tU) neutron I. township 27 South i, fol. ,tt, NWi sec. 1 T. S rnnxei range t w N. M. V. meridian. Imi s vv ml on nVoWW 11. till I, made J tiled liotiee of Intenti...

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. — 7 April 1916

The Future Has Never Looked Brighter For This Section Than It oes Today Vol.V. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, April 7, 1916. No. 42 T) 1111110 uuraner Electric Light Service The Crystal Theatre will, The Man On The Ground Post Office Force Bnsy New Board of Trustees ('oliunbus now has u new sot i r city officers us a result of the election held Tuesday, April 1th Dr. Dabney v:i.s elected mayor, and the other trustees are .1. L. Wiilltur, J. P. White, It. V. Elliott and .1. llvOsborne. Mr. Osborne has already tendered Ills resignation, as he expects to to leave soon. At the Hist meet ingoftho hoard, which will bo held the first Monday in May, u man will be aiointed to take , M r. Osborno's place. The election passed oil very quietly. Only about half of thu ;nteswero cast. Many people have moved Into-town since the raid and needed four more days residence in town to he a voter. At this time there is probably 100 voters within the city limits, about twice as many as there were two ...

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. — 7 April 1916

THE OOLUMBUS COURIER. THE COLUMBUS COURIER Published F.ver. Krtitat The Courier Publishing Company' G. E. PARKS. Editorl i Kntoml nt the IMstollkn. at 1'olaiubu.. I New Mexico, for transmission thrott)fh , Uw Mnlls as Seeond Class Mull Mat-' let'. , Subscription Rates l.fio (Mtr yiwr In advaiK'u. J2.00 mt . tear If not paid in ndvamv 8.V for , J six months in luUuttee. Advertising Rates l." wins ivr iui;le column Inch, rucli nsertlon. 121 cents ir slnsrlo coluum ndi. contract. Lovul column 5 win per lino each itiwrtlnn The need of a good highway connecting Columbns with the county seat town is now more apparent than ever. It would be of more advantage to Dom ing than to us. Several of the Doming firms are making regular trips to this town with their trucks to supply the local business houses with their pro ducts. Doming now has a little advantage over Columbus in freight rates. The whole salers of that city might be able to supply our merchants to an advantage to both parties il the...

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