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Wednesday, July 21, 193).
JAMES M. COX
James M Cox, whoso likeness ap
pears above, I the standard bearer
of tho Democracy of today as well
as of all precedents, As the cam
paign advances the assurances. of
I ho election of Cox and Itoosevclt
have been made certain.
GREENWAY NOW A DEMOCRAT.
Immediately following adjourn.
ment of I hn Ili'publlcan national
convention. Colonel John C fircen
way sent word from Chicago lo
friends In whine county, Arliona.
that he would not be a landldate
for the Hepubltcan nomination for
I nlted Elates srnalor.
Those knnwing Colonel llreen
way's friendship and admiration fur
(Irneral Leonard WinxI, surmised
I lie colonel's division not to bo
candidate for the ornate was Influ
t-nced by the alleged questionable
methods employed at the Chicago
convention to ilereat lienrral Wood
for the presidential nomination.
This suspicion is confirmed by the
Ilisbee Ttcvlew. which in a reecnt
"Colonel John C. flreenway. clos
friend of f loose veil and active sup-
porter or (icncral Leonard Wood,
likes I lie Republican nomlneo Utile
enough to declare that his vole will
go to Governor James M. Cox of
Ohio this fall.
"Colonel (Ireenway is not alono In
his stand. There are thousands of
former progressive Republicans
throughout iiin country, who resent
the return of the parly lit the ilonn
nation of Penrose, Murry Crane and
lliclr friends. Tho protest is nol
against hcnalor Harding personally
but merely against what ho repre
sents In the form of reactionary
policies and principles." Douglas
Cox and Iloosevelt will have many
nxdlepuhllean votes. They will have
mem in uina county aiso. i ney are
nol "flopping" one by one, but by
doxens. The (700,000 Proctor scandal
was too much for most Ilrpublicans
to stomach. They couldn't believe
it. And. when it was found out and
proven that all of tho leaders were
tainted, and tho convention found it
Impossible lo nominate anyone hut
comparatively unknown dark horse
asTa standard bearer for the shades
ol Lincoln, Gram, MeKinley and
Iloosevelt, II was too much and I hey
are boiling and tlx) Democratic,
ranks are Increasing in every state
pearly every Democratic news
paper that Is received' by the Dally
Courier contains (he names of for
mer Ilepublieans Joining Hie Demo
cratic ranks. The Coujlcr has good
authority for' asserting that ono nf
Up most prominent Ilepublieans in
Luna county has quit tiny-llepuli.
jlciii party 'cehf awl will vol for
Cos and Iloosevelt. His .name will
befinado publio later on In I ho cam
The Daily Courier office has. for
sale uay doom, toe pages, ior ou ami
Hie only group of west thai ha
ever frfrmlly In truth to Hrt
United. Males are row :itt tkmet l
Jfcxtco, Olvo them a ctonee. Bfesri-
Hy. Htem)iot . Ke awal war ieN
int friend of lkta ewtry. 1. Klta
CmIcm, while awvmer ef 9n
since (ht tlm-. peeved Mtelr1
square, osm attd above sHMrttl
friend. Mom do a HurU
(.ood will for us. Oivs them a"
chance. If Uirro Is to be any hope!
for Mexico In the next decade these
turn will provide 11. If they fallj
lllere Is absolutely sw olher group,
oi me.ii bdio enough to get "
where. Ttiey havo rebuked VIII
and his lawless friends, and other
of the same calibre. Tbey have In)
sfifar as they havo gone set their.
houses in neal array, anil aonve ail
have offered us the only real assur
ance of protection along tho bonier
we have had since INirilrio Diaz
went out uf Kwrr. Tho record of
Mexico is one long list of corruption,
assassination and misrule. The
group at the head of affair now
are apparently honest and able to
give some sort of stable government
to I he Ignorant and bandit overrun
people. Give them a chance. As
kkh as at all consistent the fulled
Flales government should recognise
the new government and gie It
every aid possible under the niles
of International diplomacy. -South'
INTELLECTUAL ON THE RAOv.
William tiros Lloyd, one of I
family of Intellectuals, and with In
hrrlted millions to back up scatter
brained theories, along with the mil
Iwinalre hobo tails Howe, has
flounced into the long sought for
limelight lie is on trial in a Chi
rago court for his Socialistic trnden
cies whlrh culminated in his alleged
violation of the federal statutes with
eightren olher defendants, It la
honed he will gel a fair trial. It is
aim) hoped that If the evidence war
rants ho will he convicted, declared
mentally Incompetent and his mil
lions scallered where they will do
some good, especially as he refuses
In divide them with his chosen
DREAM OF LOVE
ENDED BY DEATH
Falling desperately In lovo with
the first white man she ever had
seen. Princess Zara. daughter of the
Majah or a South Sea island tribe,
I forced t sacrifice her Ufa that
her sweetheart may return safely to
his American fiancee. This Is the
I heme of the latest Fox superpro-
duction, "A Woman There Was,"
which opens an engagement at the
Onyx theater tonight.
Tlieila Ilara plays the pari of tho
scmi-savago princess and In the ac
tion of the piece digresses material
ly, it Is reported from her previous
Numerous thrilling scenes, which
are said In make this a truly won
ilerful picture, including a raging
typhoon which completely destroys
a native village, the action of a
lepipestuous sea. and a rescue of the
princess by tho American mission
ary after she has cast herself Into
the raging waters in despair.
Miss Ham's Interpretation of the
princess role Is declared lo be one
of the best pieces of acting she has
done ih her remarkable career In
COLUMBUS TEN YKAH8 AGO.
Fourteen pounds of sugar for II
at the Square Deal Market
Mrs. Josephine M. Farrah made
homestead filing this week.
Mr. Eli Psge of E Paso was a
visitor here this Week.
George A. Kcyes is the new cus
tom rqllector to succeed Dr. Addis
John Stearly ha filed on a desert
Edwin P. Whl(o of Jerome, N. Y.
is making his home this winter wllh
his milher, A- H. While.
Dr. Linharl sells his drug store to
C. C. Miller.
A. J.. Evans of Demlng was in
John Dalton was in the city look
ing for a 'location.
Charley Anient attended K. P.
C. IU Rogers from eastern Arkan
sas has purchased a relinquishment.
The ladles had a midday lunch at
W. C Hoover lets contract for 10
The town. you live In is just what
you make II, The average Individual
leheves he Is so weighty, so "all
fired" Important and learned that
he outclasses his neighbors. The
truth is his neighbors are snickering
and giving htm the horse laugh.
About forty-five days more of
weather and conditions and Colum
bus, will perk up and then buckle
down for tho steady incrcaso In pop
ulation. A man remarked tho dthor day
that lie had been Insulted. Impossi
ble. The troth Is nover Insulting.
Ilrldgo whfsl score cards at Dally
I lfUHHnuj nfmne u. i
Tenney Williams & Co., Brokers
U. K TROOPS LW'ADK
Cm ; CAME FROM FT. BLISS
From the Courier, Jan 10, 1012
8lx troops of U. & Cavalry, vlt,
E, F, O, II, K and M, updrr com
mand of Lieut Col. Ualbralth ar
rived In Columbus yesterday noon
and mcde camp over night. They
are enroule from FL llliss, where
I hey have been. stationed for several
months past, to Ft Uuschuca, Art
zona, where they will go into bar
racks. 1h troops consist of 13 officers,
3(0 men, together wllh 407 horses
and mules, a hospital ambulance, 13
four mult) and 0 two mule, freight
Tho troops left Ft Illlsj last Sun.
day, and, traveling across tho desert,
Columbus Is Ihe first town on their
route. Here , they received a large
quantity of mail which had been
accumulating in Ihe local post office
during Ihe past we,ek.
The troops present a fine body of
well (rained soldiers, well officered
and in excellent condition to anawrr
the call of 1'ncle Sam at any mo
ment It was interesting to see tho
boys gslher around Uio station ell
and gulp down copious quantities of
the WM liquid and listen to their
remarks: "First good drink I've bad
since I came lo the southwest" "It
beats 'Hud' all lo pieces." "Et Paso
Jurlcc isn't In II with this."
Columbus turned oul enmassu to
greet the soldiers and assure them
a hearty welcome to Ihe metropolis
of the Iwer Mimbres Valley
MOHMHMJ PEWH.ER AT
CUHW Hi IN TROCHLK
CLOVIS, K. M, July 21-A. 8,
Kcene, a painter. Is In IroUiilo
charged with baying several boKles
of morphine taken from a drug store
to peddle. The United States court
will attend to his case. i
CLttVM SO CLEAN IT MAS t
CTTia, N, Muiy 2I.ThfT has
been a markeikdncreiu; in crime for
Ihe past few years and grand juries
have found tittles to do. Now Judge
Sam Ilratton has decided that Ihe
county will bo saved the expense of
a grand Jury during tho August term
of district court for Ihe reason thai
there Is nothing fori the crime In
vestigators lo do, Tho News chsl.
letige any county of lfl,000 popula
tion lo show as clean a record a
Curry county has shown for tho past
lx months. ,
Crepe paor a-l Dsy Courier o-f:
CapfaKmtion $400,000 it
THIS city, like sJl olkars. has,
since any letoe a asms1 was In
sight, been vMted by sshisssitnirep
ot-iloHr"s have W'-snit for vari
ous schemes, some good, m bad.
At present there la a practically
local organ itkm, waste up of men
their townspeople cm call by their
first .Home. The oWclaJs of tho
rtonutho Mtoln Chnyaro men
who would nol tettd bheh- Mime lo
a "scheme' "t eny:erJnllon,
The prospects of the Romano Mln-
Ing Company are bated on practical
knowledge nf ores actually In sight
In the Trcs llcrmanas Mountains,
and on the opinions of the besl
known mining engineers in this sec.
lion or Iho I'ttlled Slates.
Mschlncry has lieen onlered. some
delivered, and actual work has been
liegun developing ore bodies on the
claims nf the Itomaho Mining Com
pany, and tho future looks rosy to
those who already have Invested.' Jf
you are not among this number you
The stock of this company fs II
per share and noun will bct'sotd'for
less. Gel In on the ground floor.
Your Investment will earn money
for yqu-aml II will earn money for
Columbus, because this town 'wilt
sell Ihe supplies to the new mining
comp. Send your order for shares
to Tenney Williams & Co. tho
brokers for Ihe Itomaho Mining
"If I Only Had
"WHAT IB YOim DItEAMT
Is it to own your homo some
homo somo day! to buy a
farm? to set up In business
WHAT IS YOHU DREAMT
Is It to give your children a
better rlart In life lhai) you
had? a collegn training for
your boy or glrlt
WHAT IS YOUIt DItEAMT
To own your car? lo bo
on ""Easy Slreef'T free from
financial and money worries?
lo bo somebody? successful
THE COLUMBUS STATE BANK
A. J. WELD. Cashier
The Sett In
ALL SOFT BRINKS.
COLVMBVS BOTTLING WORKS
Each Settle Sterilize .
JAS. T, DEAN & CO.
Staple and Fancy; Groceries
K M Uw it FsaXTFrib .lairMttl
Perhaps your own particular
dream f nut ono uf tbese1 but
whatever II Is, you will siirelyi
need more money Ihan you
A dream worth dreaming Is,
a dreainworllimaklng come1
true, Dreams como Imc
:, Start a bank account keep
a bank account, savo snnio
Ihlng and diiasll II regularly
qvery pay day buy War 8av
ings 8tamps, toil.
no - o.
B. E. SljO
Jlctft?twl l,iHWfffissttaT Wk
call onyx rmivim
Offices lit (Hd Cooler Mtrff.
rraelleo fn All Cottrta
CohiBihiis, N. M.
Paul I. Walcr
MILK AND CKKAM
Uuttcrmilk, Duller and Kg
also Klim (powdered milk) can
be had dally at
COLUMBUS MILK PAHLOH
THOMAS J, COLE
United Slates CommUaloner
Justice of the Peace
Cahmhus, New Mexico
TOM BUAW, Prop.
Hales - . . It Per Day
H. K. A LI) EN
VloJIn, Piano, Rand Instruments
Box No. 223
IV, M. While, Prop.
COI.UMIIUS TELEPHONE CO.
Henry Ilurtnn, Proprietor
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
KHAKI C.l.l'H 1AFK '
Same goixl home rooked meals.
Same qikm! sen Ire.
FEHHEI.L & DORSON
fOLlTlClL ANNOUNCEMEN fS.
Dcinoerullc tViunty Tlckrt.
J. L. utihENWOOD.
P. L.-SMYEH.V ,
For County Trcaaurcrftv
For County AsscssorFT
.. J. T. IIUNTERJV 4
Fpr Ccuflty Clerk: wf,
J A. lUaHES..
For Superintendent qf Scolii:.?!
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For County Comml4w$lDlsl,1 1: '
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