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A SMALL ENTERPRISE WELL KEPT-
Published In the Interest of Columbus and the Lotfcr hilmbres Valltv
Columbus. Luna County, New Mexico, November 10. 1911.
Outside Capital Needed
The Stork and Immigrant Ayent
Election Results Doubtful Advertising Campaign a Success
Returns Come Slou-l eulslature
J. W. Blair Soon to Join the Com
pany at Joplln, lltsourl
" The World Do Move"
The LotJer Mhnhres Valley Springs
I nto Prominence
No inoiv progressive citizens
Wtl.tlllc fiirt (it t:u earth today
ihun tlmi fltiss win. h is rtmn'ct
v milng to Now J.oxieo. Invar
i i hly they are tin. c renin Uf t ht
tmtt iltc piek .Hi.! llmvt.,' ,,
America' -ii'is ,iu, daughters,
ti in nr.. rapidly iirnimng (Ins
new sin.. u,i i,. n simtiiinl sim iiy
styjiv i.f our I'ittt'i n sisters.
Now Mexico h tH i wo modes of
(t.'vt ..ptticnt itaittfly. tin Klnrlc
at Lin- L. migrant agent, and
out' brings a. Mint us many niw
citizens wit.tin lit", borders s
Hit? oth.T. Tin- out u m I horn
citizen bring no property into
the Stale. In fiu-t snilli' of our
native citizens lav the State
I UcltU property with llicin. Till'
ilrsl tlU.'i'ii years til it child's lif..
until in lie inn's a producer, is
an expense to tup community,
bill (hi' immigrant tu nics w. altli
ulo.jg wild his aiiv.'ut loom hin
ders antt becomes a revenue pro
ducer at one.'.
It is i-oiis natively estimated
i lint nearly a lutli iiiilliuu dollars
is cumins mm th' state ot Now
Mi'Xlcjo ditily us permanent i li
W t'Hiiiiui develop tlip Statu J. W
with hmni' cupiial. Tlu lurmor
who sells ins nropi'i'ty inoiic mv
lion of liti' stale and buy in an
other add ittittiiitj to tiic state's
wunlth. merely malting a change
of lot'ittion. What ue in -id is
As wi' go to pt ess rsturns Irnm Some ; hru mouths ago the, "'I'ho world do move." suitl
ihe election are still im ipli'to. Columbus and New Mexico! I 'arson .lusper. the negro preach-
A complete poll on ho county is Townslte Company anxious to or, a Tew years ugo. New lndust
yet unobtainable. Indication?, make known the merits of Col- flos arise and unexpected devel
are that the republicans haw t. umblis and the lower Mlmbres opmonts take place before yon
leeii tl ibr shi-nir, treasurer and volley, New Mexico organized and rwillw it. Only two or three
si'.niiil sii, eriniendent by large , put on tiie road one of the most year ago if a man had said:
majorities. All others are con-' successful advertising campaigns '"''his would make excellent
re.'d.'d democratic. ever launched in the Southwest, farms." (speaking of the country
State returns now intlicale the i A big .sterioptican was purchus around Columbus) people would
election or Mr Donald as govor- etl; more than a hundred lihu.s Have tapped their foreheads sits
nor. It is grunted, however, that ho ing crop growth, irrigation pioiously as ihey tlitl when Hip
tin leg sluture will be republican, and development scenes of this. ' Winkle returned Trom his
There is still neirlv hair the stale section woreprcpaivd:expericni- ''mg sleep and began to tpiestiun
to be beard I rum. and manv of etl salesmen were secured andibe as to the whereabouts or bis ftir
the boxes from large Mexican campaign was opened at (J rent un'v townsmen,
rural precincts may change the Mend, K'ansa.s where a number or Three years ago this portion or
llnal count materially. town lots were sold. Iloismgton, the Mimbres valley was only u
Folliiwing an- the Columbus Mil mvood, Larned and llulchin- K-eat stretch of desert country
and partial county eiurns.
.irnuK. atii tJisTsu-T
olio Ni'lili-u at
lViv. Wlls.m :t
niST. ATTV. tltli til ST.
.! tint.'- It Wnittlill ill
llirlmnl V lltiiiiilloii .W
STATU SHS ATI HI
ttluitrcl I). Tittmtin ill
('Imrli's .1. I,;iiijliren .in
STATU It Kl Ml KS KNT AT I V K
son Kansas were also visited. A w,th hl'1'1' "tl Hit-a lone sutol
great number or iieople . ave be Wl'ial keeping silent wulch o'er
came interested in this valley and its allotted spance or waste; yun-
deralew bunchus or mus(ulti,
while 'way in the distance might
s ! not a lew have paid this section a
visit and are more than pleased
S. .t. smith
It. II. CllM-
mil. M DIKT.
Hiipm V. Vliluhlll
ru.M. -dml IJKST.
A. (I. Ilallf.v
iui.M. .Id DIKT.
. I.. Ilulilmrd
.1. M. William
men ami money from the outside.
Hy m a k i n g general iiupniw
muilts in our higbways, b, ucau
tirytng ur towns ami citii s. ny
mnklng our homes and places of
business attractive, we can tbu
extend a cordial invitation m out
side capitalists ami hniiieseelters.
and tiut attractive invitation cur
rlos with it a fo-ce that is bound H"k',,'
to tsummatiU tn.-ir , onsuler..te J!"J!l,!Jl.'1l llUK
itttyntiun. sl.,rr , ,K Ht 'tiuuks
'Pile income rroui b.'es Is guild st HVKVU
it,,, ti.,.,. .1 l.ii- tlm i Kdivtml M. uitiT
llllll lilt iii.in. "
SI IKK I KF
M. II. St'ihnn
.1. A. t 'liHHU'i
( In U MioUihI
.1. A. Stunii
.1. i '. St'ininan
have been seen "bunches" or eat
tie eagerly devouring the sparse
Two and a half years uj.o Col
umbus was not, for Us propoga
tion had not yet begun. Today
it presents a nourishing village,
growing rapidly but steadily,
hacked up by the development of
il m Itultlwin
. .,. ... : i.ol.
care oi ineui is ,, n,p..uirli liwjjulnr ranpkin of Iml-
a little hett from tile housewife ,,n t liri Kalthi'l nwlvtul inn- vnti'
uncp tn a white is all they need. ,
'I'ht'V take care of themselves,
heriti and ini vote fin- olr-rk:
Urnre Uoi'ln'1 rwu'lviul oin vote fur
............ SStllliu 11ltll-tl I'll'llt
I . I 1.1 .It ... -- - -
mtike thetr own in ing au.i as uie.v , v mnt mnv lmv ,)V
stugtueirtlail.v song, di op dollars 1 Mn.jnBti.. must uf thi'in Mng fiit
llltu Ute farmers pocket h. The tiuiylit mi fur tt tliflr tlrkfl runtaln-
with the opportunities they lound
heie. Several have taken Up
homesteads, secured rclinouish-
! mciils and bought deeded laud,
Ma Jiiinong tbeiii being (J rant Crisa
I more of lloisiimtou and II. M.
' Harvey of Croat I lend.
M r. Crisitiuore bought a line
'tractof de. ded laud a mile and a the surrounding country which
; hall from town, and took up a dts- insures the stability or its growth
'ert claim a short distance north and the perpetuity or its develop
or Columbus on which be i now "lent.
:W2 having a ing irrigation well put Numerous bomeseekers have
down and c.xpicts to put ii under l'l,m'' tu "'is region ami acititiid
cultivation this coiniiig year. He each a piece ol the tree govern
pills also putting up a line business '"'t land lying here. Kiirmers
house in Columbus which when laive come hither and begun mi
ri0 completed will be a credit to a agricultural development vv .i di
Htt! much larger place than Colnui- is pniplmtir or womlerl'til rer,ulu,.
' bus now is. It has been demonstrat, d over
Mr. Harvey has bought l o a id over again that the tiiahty as
acres of the lioth place adjoining wo" as the ipnintity or the Hint
the lownsite on the north ami ex 1 and aballa grown here is unsur
nects lo soon nut down a biL' eii passed any when- in the I'nitid
,,j and plant a large acreage m or States, ami ineii id experience
.-.wiiim juiit-iiii-ii. iiue nil
hesitancy in saving that within a
lew sboi t Veal's this vailev will
tig campaign proven th it plus rival the southern part m I nli
if extension are now on loot, and
it lias been decided that our fel
low townsman .1. V. Hlair will
become a memberol tiiecompany.
It is with much regret that this is in luck
announcement is madeto the pub
lic for Mr. Hlair during his resi
dence in our midst has lonned
many strong Iri. nds who regret
to sic linn leave. Mr. Hlair with
So siiccesslul has this advertis-
I ruin: its real estate will be tit -1
as valuable, commanding simil.ur
prices, and its pmdiict win iu
just as widely sought alter.
1 he man who uwns laud here
That's all there is to
it. The lellow who does not
well, we teel sorry lor him. Hut
it is not too lute yet. There are
still iclimiuishiiii nts heie lor
sale cht up. and (li t ded land may
yet be purchased at n asonnhte
beontitonly mattes you mnne, pric. s and on easy itrn.s. The
hut Uy his tireless efforts se sun V M "eTrfawi wwvin 'ilt: uf""ul 1,1 .'"" nun me umn whu invests now will reap ti
H'ontiiuit'il on Paxe I
handsome m I tun in a lew years.