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A bis VVlnUm 8lt, containing
Judge Hlchard 11. JIannn, demo,
cratic candidate for governor of
New Mexico; Dr. Janet . Heed of
Doming, Robert RdPulnoy,. Charles
C Royal f, candidate for senator
from this Hie 1Mb. dislrlcl and
J. H. Vaught, Luna county' district
attorney, rolled up lo IliO entrance
(f Iho Columbus Theater tills morn
"Ing at 10:30 o'clock, ami iftnloaded,
having toured from Lonlsburg dur
Ing the morning.
A rrtmil quickly collected and as
tho Columbus Theater Orchestra
started up "Every Little Movement
ttas a Meaning of Its .Own," the
auditorium of tho thcatcrgradu
ally filled' until when tho speakers
were seated, upon Uio stage tho
house was probably three-quarters
District Attorney J. & Vaught In
his usual ,tf)froMlvc manner wel
comed tho citterns of Columbus and
Introduced Juo Xnn at tho
nominee of the democratic ps-rly
of the stale of Jfew Mexico for JU
Hsnqa fi'ot FlflMlA
Jwda Hanna said ho had
quarrel at was not flaMio the
republican party nor republicans,
but was fighting tho conditions In
. Boosts Jack
MIAMI, OKLA, ft-pL I0-T0 tliO
editor of tho Deming Graphic (ftc-
Tubllean newspaparh I havo
learned that P, L. frnyar Is a can
didalo for lh f(ke of sheriff qf
AUTOMATIC RIFLES, PUMP GUNS
stacks Sunt! feMi SIS tk. talkwitittl Sk
'Steamer and Inclettructibfe Trunks
Carroll & Norwood
Hard wu re i
New Msk0'ani MpaokHy tfce Vur.
sum click of boas as. Be ntpmnm
'WKt ttenouttM itw ssrryiisssiinr;
explained how ho wwW be fwte
less m governor wilfcwl a ew-
crallc aenMo ad preferred a vMo
tor u u. noyau or wivsr unyttui
Mils iHtrkt to om for Himself, We
arouwd" great enlhuim ameag
1 ,Kr Vaught thca Introduced . tho
so-called comedian, "Hob" Putney,
but if Mr. Putney is a comedian ho
failed to act the part this morn
ing. He was taken In alt acrlous
ness and his denunciation of Hugh
Williams and his nfflco took tho
audience off lut feci. Mr. Putney
was tho originator of tho effects of
L"Kvery f.ltllo Movement t-Haa i
Moaning of Its Own" and In con
Junction with Leader Jackson of tho
orchestra ho demonstrated lis ef
fecllvencss, and ho was compelled
to stop speaking until the applause
Jane t Hsctt'ii RIosMf ace
Charles & Royall was tho last of
the speakers and ur-1 the Impor
tance of his .. in order lo
Klvo (ho Incoi k huyi:nior a work
ing majority. JII speech though
brief was effective. '
Dr. Janet Heed of Deming was
tho woman speaker of the day, and
he audience was with her from
tho moment aha stepped to the
front of the stsge. She sdvliod her
audience lo look up tho word
'gerrymander" and to read Iho
League of Nations and to vole ac
cordingly. Dr. Heed has a splendid
yolce and personality end her con
nection with the speaking personnel
of tho campaign will bo of great
benefit lo democracy In Iho county.
A goodly number of Deming peo
ple wcro la Columbus for tho
speaking am) among them may bo
Patrteta and CandfilfttM
AH Ore Way fam Umslny.
Jack Pmyer and.wKe, Mr. Smyer
Is the popular and trained man for
tho sherlafs office; Ho is the dem
Judge and Mr. C CL. Hewers; wifo
of (ho democratic randldula for
Probate Judge of Luna county.
Smyer for Sheriff
Luna County, and I am going to
(rust to yuur sympathies being with
him to tell you something about
Wlillo "nesting" In the Mlmbres
Valley in 1WX-I0, it was my good
fortune f bfl very, closely associa
ted with Jack timycr in business.
Among llm many good and truo
cow men of tho valley, Jack Is Iho
hexL It will not bo necessary for
mo lo wile his virtues, for you all
know them anyway and he would
probably have mo Indicted for
If you want a clean, honest eon
sclenllous sheriff. It if nir nrlvileao
1q urge tho voters of Luna county
10 vote for JacK Bmyer I, will
thank you for any publicity you
may glvo to this letter, and I
bo glad tu pay for spaco should you
require It. Yours Truly, Harry
Plummcr, how treasurer of Iho
Ottawa County fee Company.
New muI Second
j New Mssko'awi MpaekHr lfc Uur. I - gHHH.
asssm' , M . L.
HICHAM) It HANNA, UKMOCHATlt.
Pierce A. Hughes, democratic
candidate for county clerk.
Mrs. Eugene Austin, an rnthuil-
ostlo democrat of the county scat.
H, J. Smith, democratic coumV
I'Orrcst Klehler, dcin(X!raliscan-
dMato for district atorney.
W. J. Berry, democratic candidate
jr .county treasurer.
joiiu i umiis, an ini! way irom
Dlsltlit Nq,. I, My'ndusj. w.U0ra hjj
l uio ucinorroue camiuiiiic iur
J. T. (Tal) Hunter, democratic
candidate for his own Job of coun
Mrs. Joe Wllla Hell, thn popular
democratic candidate for county
superintendent who is gaining in
iwllllcat strength every day.
Hanna mid Parly CuroU
of the I- L. HiirMiruiK
After the speaking Judgu Hanna,
Hobcrl Putney, District 'Allonwy
Vaught, J. C Hindi', Mr. and Mr.
Wilson Kllgoro were guesls of Mr.
and Mrs. I L. Hurkhead for dinner
J ud co Hanita and poity deimrleil
al 'i o'clock for I.a Cruces where
tho largest dcniocralio rally of lh
campaign will bo held. Mr. Haniiu
said (his, his llrst visit to (liiin
bus, was a pleasant ono and ho
boned (o bo able at somo future
time' to show tils appreciation.
Judgo Hanna and his party havo
conducted a strenuous campaign
Wherever he has been a welcome
has been extended lo him Iho like
of which has never been known in
this stato since statehood. Judgo
Hanna Is n forceful and conWnring
speaker and his sentences aro well
rounded and clean and tleur cut to
KIhUm for Yearn for Clean
Politics in Stale of New Mexico.
Ono.caruiot well listen to Hanna
without' having his pel conviction
shattered somnwhat. As a word-
mincer Mr. Hanna is not there, hut
convlncer ho is. as U proven
by the large republican audiences
which have attended all his meet
Judgo Henna has been fighting
tho battle of clean politics and
democracy In New Mexico for fif
teen years, and his motives havo
nover been questioned. It has well
been said or him thai during this
campaign ho has been making an
open fight against special privileges
and is leading the battle for all the
people of .New Mexico.
In the northern and central parts
of the slate ho has made great in
roads upon tho republican voln and
at all meetings ho has nutde re
publican converts like a Illty Sun
day. Tuesday end Wednesday the par
ty loured flrant county. iiiling
Cliff, Tyrone and the mining
eamps. Tho Bllver City Iudepen
"Judge Hanna is a speaker of
great force. Uq doo hot mince
CANDIDATE HW GbVKRMW
words and those who heard him
tonight will be convinced that ho
is the lionet champion of the
rights of Jhe people.
Toumi Grant County and Had
l.rae Crouds All Last Week.
"During his six years' servlco as
a supremo court Justice, part of
which time he was chief Justice,
Judgo Hanna mado' a state-wide
reputation as a JurlU 11a became
known as the ablest mfgiihrr of the
.V,pen"V benh pud onewho i-fusi-il
absolutely to 'play politics
In that high office.
"Antonio Lurrro. who Is running
for congress this year, served sev
eral, terms as secretary of stule,
or New Mexico. Ho Is one of Uio
leading Kpanlsh-Atnorican cilUcns
i( tho state, and as a representative
In congress will serve the stale ably
and acceptably. Ho Is a fine
speaker, In both Kimllsli and Span
ish being a student and scholar.
Hubert H. Putney, (Uo third
member of thn Hanna parly, is one
of tho slate's leading business men,
being a largo wholesale merchant
of Aluumicniiie. llo is actively
supporting Judgo llamia and the
democrats ticket as a business
man. As an extemporaneous
speaker, Mr. Piilncy has few equals
in new Mexico."
The democrats of Myndm, John
iMflis' bailiwick held h rally (hero
rriuay evening last ana usncing ana
tpeech-makiftg entertained tho forty
automobile loads of visitors who at
torrcsl I lelder. ejiidldatn for dis
trict attorney, not only Introduced
tho speakers but mudo u splendid
Itolltlcal speech on the League of
James L. Greenwood, candidate
for representative, made, tho hit of
Ihe evening with an vnlertaliiiiij
elucidation of Uio horse-tlilef ger
rymander engineered by republicans
tu perpetuate their parly power in
Mr. -0 recti wood used a wall man
to. explain huw a well-populated re
publican county was used to domin
eer weakor (hough democratic coun
ties and how (he various demo
cratic counties Were used as mani
kins In piako and keep the senate
republican nnd by so dolmr diseu-
franchise thousands of democratic
Tho surprise of thn evening was
epruiig by Mr, Greenwood when ho
startled the audience with tho state
ment that there were thousands of
acres under cultivation in the stato
of New Mexico upon which taxes
liad navnr heen paUt and I hat In fact
thu Isiid had hover leeii surveyed.
This, loml, consisting of tho richest
laud hi tint slate, lies up and down
thn Hln Orntido valley and also In
other portions of tho stale and Is a
result of remihllran misrule. Tho
speaker stated that there was al.bOQ
nark taxes upon one farm nlnne.
Mr. Orcenwnoil wlillu Hot slating
tho name of thn gentleman who had
giveiiliim tho Information, staled
that Iho prnlleman was In (he em
ploy of I he Btatn Tax Commits on
n republienn of rout bul on of
the tvnubllraus who admili Uial the
cQudlttgna In New Muttco aro Tottou.
7txsiv is vh:mmj now
OtfiATIMI A 8T.NVrHN
This week Iho Columbus Courier
presents to tho public a new ad
vcrllier and It Is a Dcmlnt nrm.
tvery hear of Uio Toggcryl Well,
Tho Tcpgcry of Deming Is a cloth
ing, haberdashery, shoe, ready-to-wear
storo and it may bo classified
with any big city store in Ihr country-
The proprietors of Tho Tog.
gery, so the sign rcsds, aro Jack
Tidmdro and Herman Llndaucr. Tho
business management of the Cour
ier never met either of these gen
llrmen. Hut they arc business men
and "liusllera"; they arc mimliercd
ainona thn people who do soma
HiliiK, start things. Several months
ago this (Inn showed their Initia
lly by lilTerlng tlM for tho first
hale 'of cotton from J.una county.
Iho eolloit was delivered and the
firm paid over the That was
advertising! This week Ihls enter
prising firm paid too an Inch for
a half-page advertisement In the
Columbus Weekly Courier lo tell
the people of Luna county that
they have a big sato on for
Iho coming week. This Is adver
tising also. Tho tlrm namo is I,
fore Iho public and undoubtedly
Iho result of good advertising will
bo appsrent with Ihls firm. In
olher words, they will build uii.
grow, through thn merits or their
slock, their prices, Ihelr service
nd advertising. When in Doming.
visit The Toggery. ITS A HTOIIE I
TL'CKEII AND IIEPP.
Messrs Tucker and Heim of
Deming were in Columbus this
week and several merchants wero
curious as to whether Hepp was
trying 10 get votes for Mr. Tucker.
or whether Tucker was trying lo
gel Insurance customers for llcpp.
u was iinatty decided that thero
could be but ono answer, and it
was thai Mr. Tucker was out after
Insurance business for Hepp, If
this surmlso Is correct the Courjer
is sorry lor Mr. Tucker as ho had
the worst of Iho compact. Colum
bus republicans aro like the demo
crats, they aro willing in win an
opponent hut Ihey il.in'l want In
reoivo with npnrnM,m. who
is alleged in ian been klckrd out
of his own parly.
SAM KKIN TO SELL OIH'.
Attention f called lo tho Sam
rein announcement. jn which Mr.
I-cm takos a full pag adver
tisement to tell the citizens of Col.
umbus and Luna county what ho
is going bi do in the hilnrr. Mr
Fein is well pleased with Colum
bus. Ho has made money here, tint
lie prefers manufacturing to retail
ing. His ad explains everything
ami aiwi leiis of wonderful bar
SEEING TIIH SOUTHWEST.
J. O. Hiiule.-hrother of Mrs. U L.
Irtirkheod, arrived in Columbus
Wednesday rveiTlilg for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Hurkhead. Mr. Hlnde's
Intention is to -see the Southwest
before reluming tu his home in
Madison. Illinois. 1
.Notice Is hereby given to all
stockholders of the Furlong llcally
uompany, mat there will bo
meeting of the incorporators hold
on Hie I ilh day of October, lOiO,
lor i no purpose of electing officers,
T. J. COLE.
J. L. OHEENWOOD,
H. W. ELLIOTT.
J. it. num.
JOE WILLA BELL
The Luna county schools
v(ill be governed by an
er and ah EXECUTIVE :'
Albuquerque Journal Withdraws Its
Support iif Judges Mrrhrni and
Drrlarnf for Hanna.
tS'lFF" If K I P NSSES
Sayn It fSavn Mrrhrni a Chance to
Oiiiio Out of llli Shell and Cotflr
Clean, bul He Kefirtr.
The Republican slalo ticket is
doomed lo Ignominious defeat Tues
day, November 2. The candidslits on
that ticket, wearing the collar of Iho
boftses who control tho party, havo
not r e slightest chance for election,
ii Albuqucrquo Morning Jour
nal, c-vned and edited by Carl C. Ma.
gee, which made an honorable at
tempt, following Iho Republican
slate convention, lo support the
ticket, hods that it cannot bo (run
lo (ho people of Now .Mexico and
maintain Its self-rcspoct as a decent
ncwspaiwr and support the boss
named (I. O. P. ticket.
Alter Rlvina Judrt Merrill C
Mecliem, (lie bosses' candidate fur
governor, full opportunity lo re-
miiiaiu I lie political clique that had
'orced Iho nomination on him. and
comn out openly as the unshackled
champion of the people, which he
failed to do, the Morning Journal, In
Its issue of last Thursday, an
nounces Ha decision lo aunnort
Judge lllchard II. Hanna for gover
nor, ami inn enure uemocrauo siaio
ticket Under the caption: The
Parting of tho Ways," tho Journal
we musL confess llial we aro dis.
appointed in Judge Meclu'm. In view
of his splendid announcement of a
irogram In progress, in general
onus, which we nriuted mine days
ago, wo had hoped thai Im would
soon follow it up with moro speclflo
doclarallons, showing exactly how
hj stood with regard to tho political
artivilles of certain geutlemrn In"
"Wn have wanted to believo that
ho was free from thn vnke. 1ml a
general statement alqne rould not
irovo mis. ciur appreiiensiou lias
Defeased as he lias rpniiliml illrat
For iusuince. It is ixhuihln I In I
Judgo Mocliem does not consider llm
nosism or Holm O. Hursum or that
of A. II, Fall as being olijeetlonahle
Wo ilo. He may not regard the mluo
law-making activities or Springer,
Sully. Wilson and Hawkins as oh
jectionahla Wo do.
-iiui lie lias kept his silence. We,
therefore, llnd ourselves constrain
ed to withdraw our support from
lilm. His silence is not reassuring,
"We had hoped that wo could
reform tho lteuhlican iwrly from
wllhlii. When llm nomination or
Governor Larratola was stolen Irom
him al thn last minute, wn believed
that Judgo Meehem could and
would carry on tho fight, ami wo
announced Hint wo would support
"Judge Mecliem Is captain or his
own polit cal soul. as wi are or ours.
Tim parting of the way has come.
Wo aro forced, agalmil Inclination,
to support (ho Demncratle slalo
tiekel.' Santa Fo -New Mexican.
SENATOM JONES AND PAHTY
AT SILVEK NEXT WEEK
I'nited Staler Senator A. A. Jones,
hud party will he In Grant coun
ty next week, October II and 15. Ho
will visit Tyrqne, Hurley, Santa
nita, Flerro ami ' Hanover. Senator
Jones Is known as "Tho First Clll
reii of New Mexico."
FOR HER AJRE