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Thursday. July 22, 1930.
JAMES M- COX
'WHllPM II Willi
James M, Cox. whose likeness an-
pears above, Is the standard bearer
or the Democracy or Unlay as well
as of all precedents. As the cam
paign advances the assurance of
I lie election of Cox anil noon-veil
have bean made certain.
IXin't'rthriMhe cream on the nillk'
of human kindness before peddling
The man who thinks the country
Is twins: run Juit as good as lie could
run It himself can bo safely classed
as a conservative.
When a girl plays a ragtime so
thai H sounds like a funeral march,
II may be truthfully said that shr
is murdering the music.
I.atr authorities an algebraic pmh
leuts lell us that men should murry
Ihn hustling type of girls, llirlt arc
wllllpg to huslle for a man who
wants that kind of a girl.
A French painter has destroyed
all liir pictures because people did
not seem lo show much enthusiasm
over Iheni. This is Ihe self sacrl
flelng spirit we would like In sen
inculcated In the spring poet.
COLONEL MrCASKEY NOW
OS TliV. RETIRED LIST
Colonel Garrison McCaskey, pro
vost marshal ami commander of Ihe
IBtli Infantry border patrol sta
tioned at Kl Paso, has received no
lice that ho has been retired lo the
inactive list with the rank of lieu
tenant colonel. He was retired for
ptiyilcnl disability. Colonel McCas
key will remain in El Paso a week,
after which he will make a trip and
f'natly return to his homo at Pacific
Colonel McCaskey was I torn at
Fort Ilipley, Minnesota, where his
father. Major General William a
McCaskey, was stationed. The latter
wm a veteran of the Civil War and
served In Sherman's army. He was
for some time commander of the
Department of Texas. Colonel Mc
Caskoy entered the army as a pri
vate In 1 808 in the 20th Infantry and
huh his commission as second lieu
tenant In the 23th Infantry- He was
ci plain and adjutant of the ISlh In
fantry for nine year and served for
the same legth of time In the Philip
pines. He Uvea at the Hotel Paso
AnnesTKi) as vaokAnt,
' MAS $tM IN POCKET
Th ll king,1 vrhs IsModsy Uit
larftsl all prwlucsr.
real cowboy once:
18 hrei. actor. now
Hart Hoxle was n rent cowpuncher
a few yean ago and h was pracll
rally nied Into the pictures. II all
happenrd when he was punching
cattle In Arizona and n moving pic
ture company camn along. Hart ap
proached Ihe place when Ihe com
pany was on location and watched
the work with Interest. The direc
tor of the company, seeing the gixtd
looking cowboy, asked him lo work.
and Hart grinned and said he
guessed hod try II. mayle
The director soon found that he
had unrarthrd some real dramatic
talent and before long Hart was In
southern California working in the
pictures right along. In "Johnny
Uel Your dun." Ihe new rtcraft
picture in which Fred Stone makes
his third screen oppcaranre at the
Onyx theater tonight. Hurt plays Ihe
important part of Hill Iluroham, Ihe
pal of Johnny Wiggins. Ihe chief
character In the picture. Holh hoys
ore moving picture cowpunrhers.
Donald Crisp directed Ihe plrlure
and Henry Kouinr did I lie rainera
work The supporting cast is said
to 1m exrellent.
HKHT RAY. ALLEGED HAD
MAN FROM WINSLOW, NARKED
PHOENIX. Aril, July 21. At Ihe
lulled Stales marshals nrrire II
was announced that llert Hay. al-
legtil lo be n fugitive from Justice
In New Mexico, had Iteen arrested
In Needles, California, and was lie.
Ing held there. Hay was arrested by
officers of the United Slates mar
shal's office al Wlntlnw. Aritona. re
cently, but ecaied from (lie Wins-
low jail last Friday after knocking
down the Jailer and taking his gun
Irrested on a chargti of vagrancy
and accused of having np visible
nutans of support, in Aritona man
Wednesday momlnccave the police
of 81 Paso a tUtlnct hk when ho
cfftfiy produced W8M In bills and
atientRy oi HvnK Ho explained
lht:hn wm not wording because ha
recently h4N( made qullo a bit of
inuftey anu wan visiting relatives so
Eslrellado. clarinet nlaver Willi
I tho Elllo Jazieri will have nulUi a
mansion In I ha 'near future. Es
Irellado is a FillpJno and Is eaid In
bo one of the nest clarinet playrrs
ever In Ihe arfhy. Ho has served his
130 years and Is honorably retired.
You will hear Kstrcllado nlay (loyal
aa to rest up a bit," He was promptly J Garden Wile at Ihn Kllle. Jancrs'
DISCIIAHCED SOLDIERS RAPIDLY
enlistimj in coi.umhus
Down at Captain Homer Mason's
office, which is the recruiting office
for Columbus, a rr(Mirter for I lie
Daily Courier learned Dial during
the imiuth of June forty discharged
soldier recnlisted and that for Ihis
inontli. uii lo the Will, eighty men
rceulisled. which is at the rate of
VM for July. Captain Mason agreed
with the Dally Couriers statement
that Ihe enlistments from now on
will keep up with Ihe diwltargi-s,
I'AIiM) G0N7.ALE7. FltKF.D ON
ORDER OF GENERAL CAI.I.EH
MEXICO CITY. July 22.-Onrral
Pablo Gomalez, former candidate
for the presidency, charged with lie
Ing Ihe leader of the nlmrtlvo reviv
lulion in the slate of Nuevo I.eon,
has tMen unconilitlonally set free by
onler of General Calles, war minis
ter, as no longer constituting a m-ril
lo Ihe administration according to
official announcement this after
noon. JAMES SL COX TO HE
NOTIFIED AL'tiUffT 7
flly Associated Press.
C0I.CMMJ8. Ohio. July 2
Chairman George While of the Dem
ocratic national committee today
announced Saturday, Augmt 7. as
the date chosen for notification of
Governor James M. Cox of his noml
nation as Democratic presidential
The following Monday. August 0,
was fixed at the dale for Ihe nollfl
cation of Franklin D. Roosevelt of
his nomination for the vice presi
dency on the Democrat ic ticket.
AMERICAN TEAM EASY
WINNER. IN THAPS1IOOTINC
By Associated Press.
ANTWERP. Ilelgtum, July 22--The
American team was an easy
winner In the first-round of the
Olympic trapnhnoting competition
shoot, scoring -115 out of a possible
; ' rr13 ltr. like all others, lias,
' - a since any loose, change was In
sight, been visited by salesmen rep-.
t resenting every knows, stock com
pany In the country; and thousands
V of dollars hare been ipent for varl
1 ; , ous schemes, some- good, soma bad.
' At present there Is a practically .
-y local organization, made up of men
'. Ihclr lownspeoplo can call by Ihelr
first name. The officials of 'llio
llomaho Mining Company areimrn
' who would not leml their names lo
" , i a cleme,' of any description.
I Tho prospects of the RomahotMln-
Ing Company am based on practical ,
, ' , . knowledge of ores actually In sight
i In Ihe Tres llcrmanas Mountains, -
and on the opinion of the best
, : known mining engineers in this sec
tion of Ihe United Stales.
' i Machinery has been ordered, somn
' delivered, and actual work has liecn
begun developing ore bodies on the
claims of tho llomaho Mining Coin
, pany, and the fulura looks ri)sy lo
, - those who already have Invested. If
you are not among Ihis number you
, , should lie,
v ' v , ' Tho stock of this company fs 91
' ier share and none will be. sold I for
less. Get in on tho ground floor.
, Your InvTsimenl will earn money
for you and It will earn money for
Columbus, liocause (lift town will
sell the supnllca lo tho new mining
comp. Bend wir onler for shares
to Tenner Williams & Co. the
brokers for the llomaho Mining
CALL ONYX THEATER
POUND i SWAT
Olflrrs In (Md Courier iMg.
Practice In All Court
Columbus, N. M.
Paul I. Walk
MILK AND CREAM
llultcrmllk, lluttcr and Ecks,
also Kllni (powdered milk) cau
bo had dally at
COLUMBUS MILK PARLOR
T1I0JIAB 1, COX
United SUies Commtaloner
Justice of the Peace
Cotumbus, New Mexico
Tenney Williams & Co., Brokers
Suite 344, 340. Pacific Electric Building, Loi Anj(clef, California
TOM MIAW, Prop.
Rates . l Per Day
JUDGE J. I- :ros
TtKS 1118 FIRST KNOT
A couple shyly approached Judge
Jesse K Crosby in his office the
oilier day and announced Ihal they
wanted to get 'married.
"That's all right, " said tils honor.
"Go right ahead."
"We wont you to marry us,"1 re
marked the young man.
"Ohl" said llio Judge. "Who met"
"Yts, sir, If you please."
"Can't you find a preacher or a
Justice of tho peace, or somethlngf"
pleaded the Judge. "You see, I never
married anybody yet, except my
wife; that Is, I mean er."
The Judge's voice trailed off Into
a scarrd whisper and ho mopped his
moist forehead, opened the oilier
window, looked out wildly, fanned
himself Willi a brief, sat down
heavily, mechanically reached for
"Cyc" and turned to tho chapter on
Husband and Wife, "nothing there."
ho muttered, and feverishly walked
up and down Ihe chamber a lime or
town. "Why don't they put that
darn ceremony in some of these
books?" complained his' honor bit
terly "Well, stand up, then," he
sold resignedly. They stood.
"bo you think you wahl to marry
this fellow" inquired the Judge.
"Yes, sir." admitted tho girl. "You
toor" he asked the nervous groom,
"All right," said Hie Judge. "Grab
her hand-" Ills honor reflected
deeply for a moment or two. "That's
about all I can think of right now,"
said he. "You're married Kiss her."
"Whew," sighed Ihe Judge a little
later. "You s(e, I never did that
before RaUier hear a di nrco case,"
roteaed.Th man was arrested with ball tomorrow night.
M) Wxtcatu taken in, a police raid on J
Dally Courier, 7So monlli.
Shoeless he climbed the slalrs,
opened Hie door of thn room, ontereil
and without being detected closed II
after him. Just as tie was about to
gut Into bed, his wife, half-aroused
from slumber, turned and sleepily
"Is that you. FldoT"
Tho husband, telling the reel of
Ihe Itory, said:
"For onro in my life I hail real
presence of mind. I licked her
Villa After Peace.
EI. PASO. July 20-Franclsco
Villa Is seeking another conference
with an emissary of Ihe Mexican do
f&ctn government, officially author
ised by Provisional President do la
l(uerU, lo negotiate terms looking
lo a peaceful setlfemenl Mwcen
the government and himself, prcoiil.
hig to Information received today by
Lbls Monies de Oca, Mexican consul
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
March 3, 1020, tho Ford Motor Company advanced
tho trices of Ford cars because of tho Increased
cost of production, No sm-clflc announcement was
deemed necessary al (ho lime, but it has developed
that misrepresentations and misquotations of thesn
advanced prices havo been and arc being given out.
So to safeguard Ihe public againit (lie evils of mis
representation, wo herewith glvo tho present prices:
With dual electric starting and lighting system,
TOURING CAU $573
With dual electric starlinb and lighting .system, tea)
COUPE . . . $7jo
With dual electric starting and lighting system and
demountable rims .. ttao
SEDAN - . . . . KlS
With dual electric starling and lighting system nnd
demountatitn rims tins
TRUCK CHASSIS $000
Willi solid (ires and clincher rims tnoo
With pneumatic tires and demountable rini At0
FORDPON TRACTOR, ISM f. n. h. Dearborn, Mich.
The dealer whose name appears below will bo
pleased lo recelvu your order, pledging (he usiur.
anco of Ihn best imssiblo promptness In delivery,
InsUt on Genuine Ford Parts.
COLUMBUS MOTOR CO.
. (Evans Caruor.)
The Best In
ALL SOFT BRINKS
COLVMBVS SOITLINC WORKS
' Each Bottle Sterilized
J AS. T. DEAN & CO.
Staple and Fancy Groceriei
K M jm of Fawcy Fris miii&Ms
' II. K, AI.DF.N ' '
Violin, Piano, Kami Instrument
Rox No. 229
W. M. While, Prop.
COI.UMRUS TELEPHONE CO.
Henry Hurlon, Proprietor
I.OCVL AND LONG DISTANCE
KHAKI U.UR CAFE
Same good home rooked meals.
Same good kcnler.
FEHRELL A DOBSON
POLITICAL ANNOUNCKMEN fS.
Driiioerulle Counly Tirkrl.
P. L. 8MYEIL
For Counly Treasurer:
W. J. HEIfllY.
For County Assessor:
J. T. IIUNTEII.
For Counly. Clerk)
P. A. HUGHES.
.For Superintendent of Schools:
Mlta JOE .WILLA HELL.
For. Probate Judge:
II. M. GIIOVE.
For County Commissioner! Dlst, 1:
J. L. IX)FTI8.
For Counly Commissioner, DIsL X:
JAMES A. RHEA.
For County Commltsioner, Dist. 3-
D, J. CHADBOrtN.
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