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8ATUMMY, JUNK , iM
. SESSION -
, . June MHb. A. D. iHstfl,
J:T MMiMW.HBl), That IV
NmM GHn4y OnwMhwtooers of
tinuigil Oauttly id Main met IhU
day ta tvo off tee of tho Assessor a
a mwil of KfuallMlton In wcord
Vnvftli Hon. R. A. Lewis, ftctfini
Chairmmi Hop. I). J. Chadlxjni,
MrmNri Hon. J. T. Hunter, Aft.
wsaor, miiI 1'. A. Hughes, Clerk. Tho
meet was called tn order by tlm
chairman anil buiinc proceeded
Tlio AMCtior now prctenls to lite
HonrUh tax rclurni for tlio year
1020. a filed with Mid, officer, and
tlio Hoard at once proceeds with Hip
examination of said returns, ami
after, concluding ald examination,
Iho following raliM were ordered,
Bo It Rfttdlved, Thai tlio Assessor
Is hereby ordered In make, (lie fol
lowing changes on tlio tax roll, o
win A. Fredcrlckson, raited to $10,000
on Klcclrlc Light anil lee Plant.
United Land anil Waler Co, raised
from 18.ono tn tGO.000.
Lota In Hlocks t to 10 ho reduced
to IIS par lot. I)U In Illocka II to
10 Inclusive reduced to $20 per lol,
All In Manhattan llcighls addition In
Iho Villain of Columbui, N. M.
Ho It Hesnlved, by tlio lloonl of
I.una County, New Mexico, titling
this ilny as a Hoard of Initialization
In tho aforesaid County ami Blair,
llial the valuations heretofore mads
and the change mado at this meet
ing, bo and tho aamo are hereby ap
proved, and the Assessor Is hereby
ordered lo extend same iiion tho tax
roll for Iho year nineteen 'hundred
There being no further bulnr
tho Hoard adjourns, subject tn call,
Approveil: It. A. LKWI8.
Attest: P. A. H1101IF.8. Clerk.
HINITF-S OF A SiHXIAL CALLED
WCl.TINd OF HOARD OF COUN
ty commission!: r3, luna
county, m:w jkxk:o.
Tho Honovablo Hoard of County
Commissioners of Iho aforesaid
County nnd Btate met (his day In
Kticeial Session, In Ibn office of Iho
Hoard of County Commissioner at
Iho Court House of said County of
Luna in tho Village of Doming, on
ttmilHIh day of Juno; A. I). 1020, for
tho pUrpnio of tho nreoplanrn uf
Ihe rt'slRiialiou of Hon. II. M. drove,
a Probata Judge, and I ha appoint,
nieni of a Prolmtn Judge, also re
ceiving coal bid, also making n
three mill levy for 'mud purpose
as prescrlhwl by law, also Iho mat
ter of county printing to rnmo up
at this Units also tho allowance of
$15 per month tn Charles Blewarl,
pauper at Columbus, N. M.. aim u
monthly allowance In Iho sheriff.
Present Hon. H. A. Hughes, Art
Inn Chairman; Hon. I). J. Chailhorn,
Member, and P. A. Hurtles. Clerk.
The meeting waa duly called In
order uy Hon. u, a. i.ewn, nciing
chairman, and Iho following pro
evodlnss were had. lo-wkt:
Tho first matter taken up wat the
resignation or lion. li. M. urovo, i'ro
bata Judge,, or Luna County. New
Mexico, ami after due consideration
and being fully ad v I led In (ho
premises and upon motion duly
mono ami rarricu, mo luuowing res
oliitlnn was ordered:
Ho It Ilesolved and Ordered. That
tho resignation of Hon. II- M. Grove,
Probate Judge, bo and Iho tamo la
hereby accopted by Hits Hoard, aald
resignation In take effect July 1st,
A. l. itr.'O.
Tho next mailer taken up was the
appointment or a rnuiaie juogo 10
fill the unexpired term of Hon, II. M.
flrovi-. Pinhole Judeo. There boloa
ai'veral applications filed with the
clerk for said appointment, and after
due consiucrntinn in mis mauer aim
tiuon motion duly made and i-arrlrd.
the following resolution ami order
wai made, to-wti! , , ,
Ho It lleiolved ami Onlered, Thai
C. (1 llnuers ho and be hereby U on-
pointed Pmbalo Judgo for tho Couiv
tv bf I.una, Stale of New Mexico, to
rill lliq unoxpireii term or uon. is. m.
Utovp, "Probate Judge, aald iippnlnb
ment tn tnko effect July lit A. I),
103), upon Ida taking the oath or
offlco and filing a' good and suffl
clenl bond as such I'robato Judgo, as
la required by law.
Tho noxl matter lukeii up was the
When General Perthing Went
Interesting photograph showing ih U, 8. 8. Northern PseWc, which carried (leuwrd IVnthlug to and from the
!anal soae. aground ott Sao Juan, Porto Rico, Other taawla releasil uk.
a alwrtff, tM. D0mm mt-
ipMly, w Jaifor wl tw Jail
9 H JMwilvwl Ttiat Um mmitt
hi mmm tmlblr JkWane m
OmmUdt, lime MmMh; oh re
itiar bMMaty. tm amr inelb: om
tm ptm mt Of Ifm mthrv fiw4. vn4
iuia U1U mnut lm..l VII .LX.
M pr motttk mtm to hi pM nut
oi ine uitirw inmiy rumi, mwting
a total of 9M) trfr mMUt.
TWi neat matter lakm uu wsw Hmi
HWtlhly Howak'e tn Charles Wcw-
art a patuwr, ann aner me noani
had been fully advlicd In tho prem
laea. Iho foMowlnst resolution and
nnler wa ailopted, lo-wil:
Ho U Heaolved ami Ordered, Thai
Charles Htewart, pauper, nf Qilum-
iiihi, n. in, m mm no ncreny it bi.
lowed Uie mhh of Mb per month, be
ginning with Iho first of Nay, 1020,
iinill further orders nf (hit Iignnl,
Tho nt matter taken un wes tho
buying of coal for thn County for
Nuw (he bids submitted for coal.
bclnir nrrscntrd lo (he Hoard, and
at I or being dulr examined.
ii is wnicrca inai um Merchania
Trantfer Co. be Blxn an order tor
two carload at tho rata af III per
The next matter taken tip was Iho
three mill road levy, whereupon tho
fullowing resolution was adopted!
Ilesolved. by Iho Hoard of Counlv
Commissioners of the County of
Luna, Htato of New Mexico, Thai n
Hpecial lax uf Ibree mills on each
dollar uf thn valuation nf all prop
erty In said County auhjert In taxa
tion lor state and county pin-pones
Islierehy levied and linixned fur Iho
liUrnoso of Druvldinir funds fur tlm
I'ouslructlon and improvement of
public hhthways and tn rnablo the
Htato and (Aunties to meet thn pro
visions in um rotirrai aid iinau ct,
llnR the 4ax aulhoriied nnd illiwt
eil to m made by said Hoard by (lie
Act of the Legislature of said Htale
imlllled "An Act aulhnrlxltiR and
directing hoards of county rommls.
tinners to levy taxes ror each or tlio
years 1010. ItKO and 1021 for con
rlmctlon and imprnvemenl of putt,
lie highway and lo meet dollar for
iioiiar allotments to the Htato of
Fedi-raJ funda under the Federal
Aid Head Act. nnd for other nur.
poses," approval March 17. 1010.
The County Assessor of said Conn
ly Is hereby authorlinl and directed
In extend said levy on the lax roll
for said founly for tho year 1020:
and Iho County Treasurer of said
i-oiinly Is hereby aulhoriied and di
rected to collect said tax and remit
Iho same lo thn 8talo Treasurer lo
ho placed to the credit of tlio Bfato
The next matter taken un wat tlm
i-uunty priming, nnd after having
been fully advlicd. Iho Hoard makes
ine innowmg resolution:
I in It Ilesolved, by IhoJIoard nf
fknmljr Uimnfltsloner of Luna
County. Stale or New Mexico. That
the Columbus Courier be nnd Iho
snmn Is hereby designated ns the
official cminly paier for nil legal
in ll runner lleso veil. Ilinl nil
I'iders liereloforo made perlalnlng
in in" ixiuniv iirmiins ne. mm me
Mime oro hereby cnnceilcd until fur-
uier oruers nr I ma imanl.
Upon million duly made and ear
rlcif thn following claim were np
proved, allowed and oiilerrtl paid:
Claim No. Name. Amount
3I( W. C. Slmnton. nherlff il'JIIIil
3l)-y. u. Simpson, sheriff. 180.00
unu-nrt. -iriiiuo it, jiurtin imi.mi
3171 Al Dallon finm
3172 IManr Hepp, treasurer. 200.00
.ii . j j. i nunier, ainrssor . 200.00
.1174 P, A. Hughes, clerk. . 200.00
3175 WeKern Union Tel. Co. 2JJ2
3170 P. A. Hughes, clerk . . . 0.00
3177 -Columbus Courier - 0JM1
3l7lJr. W. U Field. ... 250
3170 J. r . Uav s 2H
318011. Nonllinus Sons t).. 113.70
ami neo, 11. Harnard Co 23.nt
3IH2 J. T, llnnler, assessor . I2.W
3183-Ml. Sts. Tel. A Tel. Co.. 27JB
3IHl-ltnlled Laud & V. Co.. I73JO
3185--The Toggery 150
3180 Palace Drug Blore ... IBXI
3187 -lVmlng Ico & Klcc. Cn.. aiJM
3188- Alex M. Thompson 2.OT
aifti-Mrs. May Hollch . .. 150.00
3IW) 1:. II. Sampson 3:l.l:
0101- -Luna Co. Library .. 100.00
SI02 Jea Fuller fUil
aiUi Frankel Vat. & Hub. Co. 120
3101 Underwood Typewriter
li). 5. 1.15
3H6--J. V. Fnlrall 03.75
niPfl II. Nordliau & Hona Co. Bi"0
3107 Hurrouglu Add. Mn-
chlno Co. . - 15.00
There being mi further business
(he Hoard adjourns, subject to call.
Approved: ll. A. I.KWIK,
Alteatr P. A. IUHIHkS. Clerk.
m 1 twi
Max Weni hi Iho ANiuwtitto
KAN I'hAW.IWy jiMin aaOUHev
oral women delegates am fcaiWiig a
moveBirnt lo wibtiuU lwiler
h tlm official Dcmocralk) "tmlHi
Instead of the. humble and snMnrn
nmlo Now llslrii o Cox crowi'
Al Iho UU Francis Hold on Ihe
'owell street side one sees a inn
which aays -Palmer Headquarlern,
Bii ui.uw 11. 111 niiuiiitrr aioii.
To U'f." C6x. Owen and McAdoo
ilelegatea cheer for that sign. In!
rati, they believe lo such signs.
Wilbur Msrill lr(-nanrr nf llm
Democratic National CommUlce", is
In aTmnalhv with ilu. .ipinmwl, nf
Ihe 760,000 organised rarmers. Ilea'
some tarmcr Himself. On his (lueni i
y rami, imck in WoterhHi, Iowa,
he raises the finest entile In the
world. He jusl sold a (lueriisey bull
fur SJUllVIO ntwl 1..,.. 1... ..... ..
here last time at llie exposition wllh
r.is lieru lie made the nlher exhibit
on alrk hv Inklnir nil the nrlr-.
Marsh also hnlds ilislinellim n. 1 tic
champion rojigli rider of Hie rniiwu
Hon. lie Irnveled all Hie wuv from
Ogden In 0 new "flivver."
One Iblnc Is sure, in titr 'l l....-,.
will bo no ronlnsls between black
and while delesnles from the Hoiilli.
Pin Hiatus al Ihls convenlioii
The colonels are lH-'alnnlna ! In
arrive. The first on Iho sseno wus
loionei John I. Martin, slnro Itioil a
liullonal rommllleemati. Ho deifte-i
he was bom a colonel, and says he
won his spurs In (hi- Missouri Nn
lionul (luanl as n uovernorV slnff
Tlm UmI ninti hI It.n I...II.I
Inu til meet him nil Mnvnr "Iln"
Said Marsh wltli feeling, "I can't tell
you how grateful I am for what you
iuiks um oacK in umcago.
There are all kinds of walking
dclegalcA and talking delegates here.
lml Us tho balking delegates who
nro worrying tho cnndldiilos' man
agers right now.
James Preston, for tweuly year
and mure railed "Jim by Unlfed
Slates presidents, is bIkmiI the only
mnn hero who doesn't core who gels
elected In November. I In' like
Tennyson' brook, gum on forever
Ho' stiieriulenilenl nf the H id
pirss gallery and Is In Son Francisco
In look nfler the comfort of Hie
fsitlug newspaper men. Jim knows
morn I iiiled states official and
new writer than any man alive.
Humors Hint prohibition million
He have all been ordered out of
lowu during Iho convention are
branded as absolutely raise. How
ever, much prominence Is being
given in Ihe newspapers lo Ihe slory
thai three men died hero recently
from Iho effect uf denatured olco
hoi in bootleg whisky.
A little dog carried by a prelty
woman delegate esrnpiit In Ihe
I'nlare Hotel. After II ran all Ihe
male delegate in sight, big and lit
tle, broud ami lliln. One old Ken
tucky colonel stumbled a he flew
lip nf light nf stairs, bruised lilt
knee, picked himself up and with
Imputing dignity marched away. He
iiatn 1 ih'cii seen since. Anything l
capture another vole.
Idah MrOlono (lllxon, doing pnh
lictly work for Palmer, was Inlrn-
iluceil lo Senator Owen of Oklahoma,
Iho Wesl's candidate for Ihe IH'ino
crot(c nomination. (Julio a number
of Democrats of male and female
persuasion gathered almul to hear
Mr. Oihson exiallale on tho beauly
mid rhnrm of the senator' wire
Mrs. Olleuin was en enlhuslatllc wilh
on the Rocks
T OOLUKaWt DAILY OM1MM
Famous Old Bai-negat UghthouM Is Doomed c p
The United SikIfh burenu of llglilliuotes
Is no longrr taf unit must go. Its founrttllon
mnj world of Octloo.
Union Ovtral Comoany
Locates in AXmtwi'rquf
M.Hl 01 BIHJl'K N. M June ill. -Ihe
t'lilon 0erall Company hat
biiM-d Ihe building at 017 South
cind slivel and will star! the man
niaclurliig or overalls In the next ft)
l.iys. The building I IV) iy I to feet
ami will m mpiipped with ma.
lunos al Hie din ft. which will meet
Hie iiipiiremenl or Ihe nHiimny.
idmg In V Hawkins, man-
aier nr the cnniany. the output will
Ih- uouliled in tho nxl six inoulli
mil Ihe bulldfng-will bo greatly en
larged liolweeii now and that lime.
About 60 people will ho employiil al
Ihe opening of tho factory, which
will mean another payroll In Ihe
lly nf ot Iras! 11500 per week. It
U hoped dial most of thn employe
will be terjireil among the resident
I tho city.
her romplimenU that oilier seen nil
In get Iho Impression that iierhaps
.Mr?UlbMnlhought flie senalor wus
unaware of his belief lyiir charm.
And all got a good laiiKh when Ovv. 11
responded Ihlisly: "I have no unli-nt
Bdmlrallon for the lady m)ef."
A military raudidale ha niiiiear.il
nl the DeuiiKTatir riiuvenllou iien
crol llumldlly. Tile elertrlc fun
niukers are for him lo a man.
National Chnlrmaii Homer S. (.11111-
nilngi. who ha hi (unliii; fork nut
fur Iho keynote address In open the I
convention, wa a I my orator baekj
in college nml gut hi start as n
SKSllb(lider in Ihe first inlerrollegi
cla del in te lietween Yale and liar
vnnl. He's said In be Ihe Demo
Ihcnes of democracy now.
Tlicro are now several humlr-M
Shrinere in loun un llieir way lo
Ihcir annual conteiitiou 11 1 Porllaud
Hut there Ix-plrniing to take i.fr
Ihelr nil budgi'. They're getting
tired of answering. "How re you rik
lug to vole un the first liallol1
Four haiitUome romniitlei-men are
vielng with earli other ror the Imnor
el being Hie lean Ilrummcl nr (lie
Democrntie convrnllun. Tliey are-I-.
Hrueo Kri-mer, tin Adonis from
Hullo mid vice Chairman of Ihe
1einocrullc NnHonnl iinn.i.ii.m
fleorge-R Mam of Hrldgepnrl: Nor
man ii. .Mack or New York, and Wil
bur Marsh nr Inwo. When in ilmilil
as (0 (lie rum-el masculine tiling to
nrar, any one or lheiunr(et win (0
lor u inixlel.
Dick KIihl-II. n deleRato from
lllinoi. is kilhnu iivn tniiu uiih .....
stone. Dick is sroul for the "Throe
i'.yo" League and ran pick n winning
baseball star In n hush leugue from
Ihf bleacher. While he ip fj,
inrilia lie Rot ll wenlher eve mil
for bnsebalt class a well a fur n
man who'll do Ibn home run to
Washington In November.
From pn-sent Indications It'll be a
straw hat convention, ror Hie fcml
nine a well a tho masculine, dele
gale. One dclesale aumtest slrnw
me tjuito opproprlalo widi Hryon
tlireatening lo roiro over hit dry
Hay ItAker, director or the mini,
opimluteii during MeAdoo'a Irrni as
werelary of the Irrosury. hs an-
ponred, ilecked oul In a loud check
mil, liliui shirt and red tie. On n
brand new straw hal ho wear
wide red baud topped wllh n higi
black border. Protwlily out or re-1
I pet for tho boom McAdoo himself I
w - 'Mitt
hst ruled thst HtmrcMl. Ihe oljrn ligruhoiise un ine Aiisnln oust,
having been undermined by lb tea, lltriircsl tin been fnturnl In
XwSm l,K,,s,TS W'TH m J I
Soinelhlug new In Columbus, but
"Id In Kasteru State Kxelso 1
legally manufactured nnd prnln-il
a the most refreshing noninloii
eating beveragu over sold.
Kxelto will bo delivered to your
office or hoiiia at K per case of
30 bottles with l rrbalo for (ho
empties 30 bottles for tt net, bul
a trifle over 10 cent n Mile for
T1IK HKrfT on tho market.
Slll.I.ICtrS, across the, array o
HN JUAN SOCIAL CLUH
JOtl.N DALTOVS TWO MJlCKS
Sl'HICM) i:CLi: IMMH. HAM,
C. N. WRIGHT
walk on am, i?jrn Jf