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MAT HI YOU BE
WHEN TSU ARE Hm-RTE?
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eYoii will lie nliead of behind llw (mine'. Hint 14 ccr- 5
lalnl jmt ll nil (li'iu'iuH on -whol ymi do now. I
Of lli) average 100 people Just I is wealthy at (VV, I
only 3nro well l no; merely 0 an) JIvingMm Ihclrdn- s
come: Bl'nrn living mi friend and rliarlly: M ill" Ims.
fore reaching IhnltfflSlli lilrllWny, It I? easy lo Ml who
lmd n hank account.
T)id odds are slacked uftnlnnl yoii87 lo I i yoli ilun'l I
save a lllllii every pay day, - , .
IS VOUH HANK A(U)UT CHOWIMi?
HAKK IT OUOW A HIT NKXT PAY DAYI
t-(P. r.: Ami don't forget tu gel lltat nlhcr War Sav-
Ings Stamp litis month.)
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COLUMBUS STATE BANK I
A. J. WELD. Cashier j
IIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIWIHItWIWWHIIIIWItiHHIIIHIWIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHH;
f tm vaJMTf mnl 'n
riw wins MMt rtst
Mr. talla Turner nrrtvnl yeslW
la from Han Francisco. Hlnrli
widely known nroiuii) Columbus mul
ilia In welcomed back liy all 'hor
old friend.
Private Joseph I'. Itussrll, Cnmp
llotpltal haii liccn relieved of hi Job
ns cashier nl the Commercial 'Cnfe
nntl placril on night nlthe liivplln
I'rlvnlc ItiiMcll rnli hit found I
in hi Job dispensing ilrltikft
July I.
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"High Cost Fighters"
We fire FIGHTING to reduce the high
cost of living in Columbus.
We have the goods and the prices to
FIGHT with. They will bring down
your costs and keep you pleased. Your
dollars will buy a real "dollar's" worth
here.
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PUCHI BRm
Mai
(,'orKirnl Hayes of lh 'Jllli In
fnnlry Hand, I lie Hill.-, follow wltlj
I In- Mir ilnim awl pip. I Inking n
fiw days off In I hi" Cnmp llo.pltn,'
W all know thai Hayes, was n greiil
iH-atiT.
Private Josh Xiii-liy. belter known
a J n u Nui'liy, l nlk in the Inwpl
tal. Th ilntarlunrnl anil hi many
ftlnuN aro wIiIiImk lilm a xily n
rot'ry iu lie can get liU MMilrncc of
llin:o years on July I'.'.
I'rlvnln Firnl-;in llnynioml l(il
lins, tin' "big Bwi'ii," nay ho will
If Kovcnuil only by ftrnlglil Mar
ipils of QurcnaliiTry rules, hrrak
clean anil prolrvl yuursolf at all
llinrs. Wonili'r Is hn flKtirlnK ou llio
Ihrrp motiir ainlmlanrtM for firt nl1
lualuii'iitY
rlvaln AIoiiiii ('-Tineron. Ilamp
lliispllal, who wll lx illiu'hariii'il on
r nlmut July 4,, lies Iwen to ivaUr:
Capln fur a ronpTe of ilifks of ovrr-alls.
ll'H Dlrfm-nt In HI Tumi HMrlrU
IliTni.init hi'rwstnl Now. Ili
irtiiythi' life for n man fri-i itniti
mul clothe, plenty of travi'lum
iiImiuI, anil oncp -you'vo Jolneil you'll
never want to leave.
Possible Iterruit-I'll think it ov?r.
urgeant anil rme lo see you again
In a ilny or io.
Itccrnlling KTKWinl You'vo isol
In make up your mind on the npot.
if (lure's any huslness iIoIiir. I'm
walllntr every minute lo.gel ilemoli
illieil myself.
MADE IN COLUMBUS
BREAD
AND
PASTRY
hot i-rom mr-N KVKY HAY
NEW COLUMBUS BAKERY
Aillnliilofl MKrl Ctrb.
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I I'M Ml
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" Budweiser "
IIIHUHHrWHIIH
Si Columbus Bottling Works 1
Foxworlh - Galbraith LttwiWr Co.
Wholesale and Retail l)eleti in
LUMBER
COMPOSITION ROOFING A SPECIALTT
1-nlh, Wilnl KnOi.
lloors, MkiiWIubs, O"'
mini, I.lmr, PlaMrr.
'te.
To the Coliimlius Thealrr Orrhe
i We notice you have nn mlileil
uuniher lo your nrrietrn. fteole
sceiiw to lie jniiliiK nway at Die
rums jtvniit ami .Miwiro Is so en rap
ureil Willi Ills Iroinhone he foittels
thr call of "chow." Mli Kilim John
'Min, the lolihy Rlrl. is preveplnl
from enJoyltiK her lienuty uleep
uVarly rei-y nflernoou on nrcoiiul
ii the weini nnie emnunnnR irom
Hint Miwerfill trninliono. Have n
heart. Moon.
War Dtfiftwiwt Plats ti
hmi Km if Mfims
t'mler (ho provisions of the naval
appropriation hill pusaiil June 4,
1020, the War IVpiirtiiienl is nlnnit
lo luke nliiliH'-nl m.MMiiv lo pie
vent the ulmte of h Army uuiform
by men who have been in the serv
lc or by those whrf never snw serv
ice. The- bill restores the strict laws
rf HMO relative lo the abuse of the
filiform, ami thi will lie rnforreil
ct once. nceowlliiK to advices In the
Fl I'aso recruiting oittce.
Kor men illoclinrRvil from the
Army the time limit for wennnu
uulforin Is three months, hut a sol
il'icr or sailor upon discharge ami
Rolns (o his home must on rarlung
hit plnco of ilomlrllo fniineillniely
Uko off the 0. n.". Only officers
are altmml to wear the uniform for
ceremonial iHV.n.1011, and Hie unl
fonn Of military societies must, bear
illsilnifiiishlnK marks.
filnro the artnlsllro Umto m been
n widespread abuse of I he, uniform.
Theimpoi-lanl fni'lnr roncernuiB III'1
I War Department in- seeking to re
j turn lo the provisions of the national
defense act of 11) IB bud lo do with
Inlmr troubles. On the one hand the
, labor nrpaiilialtons complained tbnt
I curnoratloiu wcrO employing sol-
r'lers lo put ilnvvn slrlk' or ns
slnkebreakrrs. Willie the employers
tli'idfil Dial txddiers W'r- giviiut
aciive 'iioporl lo striker In lili
i-,e ii was found on in 'tlpaiion!
Hint the "soldi!" wre rtsemei')
in 11 who were still wearing the
uniform.
Vnalii. of fleers of the Anny and
Nnv for months have u-en in quan
iUi l"Taiie II hns Ixi'ii ImiMxcihli
know, on uierlitn a mini in im
form, whether the man wns in wrv
11 or had been illnrharved. so few
f Hn- dlvhnnieil men obs-rtlnit Hie
Iiim rnpilrlng tie wonrlmi or Ibe
illM'harge clieTOII. F, serMee men
railed In neeolml fur iienler(lmr mill
lni rmirlMy hn' In many rases
lirtnlnl nn offlrer, for whlrli eon
duel I here was lie redrew. Thou
Minis of e-ervic men. Hi Wnr
tVKirlfnenl fnunil, violated Ihe art
01 Pehniary 04. 1(118, by purrininR
! umfnrms when Ihe old were
vnrn oiil. and roulmied l bi
them more than n year afler lw
lisle of Hielr lllsrliarRe.
Pennsylvania Police Chief
ArrtsffJ stt A)fMBiCfijw
Itolus Duff of MrKees llock. I'a,
V.ns arnnliit In Albuipienpie 11 few
days aim by Might Captain Cat
(ilirndy on information received
fieni officers of the I'ennsylvamn
lowii. Imff, arronlliiR lo the infer
malum recelvnl, is wauled for
.'limping bail and for Ihe iiusiippro.
prinlion of funds while chief of
IHillre of MrKees llis'k. The I Iter.
vliirh whs wrl)le by llnherl II.
Iluriis. rhief rounly ilelrrlive. slal'il
Duff had received every ronsid"ra
Hen from Hie enmity detriive and
wns not deserving of further good
lioalineill from any Millre offkers.
Duff, wlfl'ii orreslwl, at firsl denied
his Identity, but when confronted
with Ihe letter ami his photograph
at the iMillee slation. nilmilleil he
was Duff and was remly to go Nek
Ilo will be hehl ill the Jail pewlm
the arrival of IVimsylvnnln officers,
who were nidified but mghl.
For aviators a New York inventor
has iliMhtneil a porovhule Dial foinis
a part of its user's helmet, also he
Ing fastened lo his coal, ami wblrh
Is kepi lightly rolled uulil needed
SI'KCIAI. SAt.K 0, Al.t. IIATf.
Iriuimeil nnd iiiilrunuinl at ihe,
Woman's Shop.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
March :i, lux the Ford Motor Company advanced
the prlres of Fonl cars liecnuse of Ihe inrreasetl
cost .if production. No siH-rlfie announcement, was
deemed necessary at Hie time, hut it has developed
liml misrrpreseulatlolis and inlsquolallous of these
iidvaureil prices have been and lire Jielug Riven out.
So in s,ifeciinril Die public apaiii'1 the evils of mi
repii-srnlntloii, we herewllli lve the present prlres:
ItLNAIltlLT ISM
Willi dual electric elarliiiR and lighting system, nte'i
Tllt'ltlMi 1AII ... c7i
Willi dual electric starling and lighting system. SoM)
(.OLi't; 175a
Willi dual eleclrir slarlmg nnd lighllng syslem and
ilcnxmnliilile rims sm-ji
SICIIAN " . 7j
With dual rlet lrlc starting nnd llchllim svsleui au.l
ilempuntnlilii rims ... . sots
TIlllK (J1ASSIS ... Jcoo
Villi solid lins and clincher runs .icon
V..'.'. tI,l"ntlc tires and demounlahlo rims ...WW
I-HUDSON- IllAirTtm, SXiO f. o, b. Dearboni. Mlrl"
The dealer whoso name appears below will In)
pleased to receive your order, pledging the aisur
ance of the best possible promptness In delivery.
Insist on Genuine Ford Purls.
COLUMBUS MOTOR CO.
(KvanV Caragr.)
J. R. BLAIR
MANAGER
Columbus & Western New
Mexico Townsite Company
PROMOTERS OF COLVMBVS
See us for town lots, business and residence
property. Oil Leases and Valley Lands.
Columbus, ., .. ,. ,. New Mexico
The Palace Market)
i'ink mkats and (;imh:f.iiik8
I
I
teroms . ..s
Johnson Bros.
I Xettcrteads N L-
III C 1 i
SJV" IB II
: I nifu'v I I
Orders foi
iiinpiii.i.i.i-. sasssajWsi I
JAS. T. DEAN & CO.
GUOCERIES
These hot days are very trying on the housewife, but she
can save herself many hours of drudficr by serving the
family with ready prepared food. We carry a full and
complete line of such articles packed and guaranteed by
the foremost food distributors of America.
A Fu Lint of Fancy Fruits and VcfttaUis
STAPLE and' FANCY
GROCERIES
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
FRESH AND BARBECUED MEATS
CITY MARKET
GAS GOES, UP
biln the
BIG BOTTLE
H'K WHAT V(KJ OKt
e.irr what vtsii &::
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