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Usual as Local and Personal News of Interest Roy People Tired of Czar Bushkevitz THE WEEKS HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT ROY. I Know Not What I Only Tell You As Take the Spanish-American. J. H. Liebert was here Thursday from Mills. , ( J. S. Russel wan in Vaughn, last Sunday. The Embroidery Club met with Mrs. F. J. Sheltren, Thursday. L. A: Brown of Lucas, was in town Thursday. Several fine rains visited this sec tion, this week. Mrs. F. S. Brown is on the sick list this week. Several loads of wool came in town this week. Frank. A. Stott of Solano, was a business visitor here, Wednesday. Pete Laumbach was up from La Cin ta Wednesday, on land business, Judge Geo. H. Morris was up from Solano, Wednesday. I). B Talbot, a land locator .of Solano, was here Tuesday.' . Dick Carson of Solano, was here Wednesday. v . Try -a Spanish-American want ad, they do the work. Henry Stooé of La Cinta Canyon, went to Dawson Wednesday. When injtywn stop at the Oriental. Best meals. , Trinidad C. de Baca of Wagon Mound, arrived in the city Wednes day. F. M. Hughes, post-master and mer chant of Solano, was transacting busi ness here Wednesday. Andrew Knell of Albert, was in the city Tuesday, on his return from a visit to Colorado Springs. Miss Ollie Mitchell and Miss Mon roe, of Kansas Valley, were visitors in town Thursday. W. H, Willcox was in Mosquero, the first of the week, transacting leg al business. . . i R. S. Ht rbert, who travels for the Armour Tacking Co., was in town Thursday. Wm. M. Calvert. Tost Cilice Inspec tor, was here on official business this week. Ben Sandlin, of Fair Valley, Okla. filed ou 320 acres of land, 27 miles Dorth of this city, this week. Miss Bessie Clark loft Thursday for Independence, Kansas, where she will remain for about two weeks. "' - The Spanish-American is the lead ing and official paper of Mora County and only costs $1.50 per year. The thieves who robbed the J. Ap pel & Co. Store at Solano, have not jet been captured. ' The Roy Heal Estate & Abstract Company has several nice pieces of furniture for sale at a very low price. I. E. Lowe, manager of the J. Appel & Co. store at Solano, was here pn )UsinexB Wednesday. Tho Truth May Be, 'Twas Told To Me. Win. C. Roy, cashier of the Hoy Trust and Savings Bank, was a busi ness visitor in Tucumcari, this week. Judge James L. McFall and family left Saturday for Duncan, Okla., where they will remain for some time. Juan B. Montoya, a wealthy ranch man of Airóla, was purchasing sup plies in this city Tuesday. J. T. JeWe, manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Co.. with headquart ers at Las Vegas, was here this week. We call your attention to the ad. of the Roy Truslj and Savings Bank, on the last Page. Mrs. L. E. Alldredge and spn Em mett, went to Trinidad Sunday, where Emmett had an operation p3rformed on his nose. Hon. Juan Navarro has been ap pointed delegate to the National Good Roads ' Association at Niagara Falls, Oct. 28th, 1910. Al. S. Hanson of the Floersheim Merc. Co. was in Union County this week on business connected with the firm. Miss Esther Clark, of Chanute, Kas. arrived in the city last Friday to spend a month with Mrs. F. A. Roy. Geo. Ray left last weak for Ken-i tucky, where he will speud a.Jevd montns visiting nis parents. Clarence Wright and family arriv ed from Springer Wednesday evening, and will go to their ranoh at La Cinta Canyon, to tpend a few days. We just received several new fonts of fancy job type and can furnish you excellent work at low prices. Call and see our line of samples before having work done. John Jeorns, Assistant traveling Territoral Auditor, was in town "this week making the yearly examination of the local bank. Frank B. Welpton, Special Agent for the Northern Assurance Co. of London, with headquarters at Denver, was in the city Wednesday, calling on local agent K. J. H. Roy. . E. J. H. Roy has been appointed a delegate, by Gov. Wm J. Mills to the 5th annual session of the Dry Farm ers Congress to be held at Spokane, Washington, Oct. 3rd, 1910. It behooves every farmer in this vi cinity to take Campbell's Scientific Farmer. The most successful farmers are readers of that great publication The Spanish-American and Camp bell's Scientific Farmer $1.50 per year, Strayed or Stolen. Strayed or stolen from my claim near Abbott's wind-mill, Two bay ponies, one branded A on right thigh W ou left thitrh. The other is brand ed AM connected on left hip, RM on left thigh. Suitable reward for their return or information leading to their recovery. Mrs. Pauline Riordan, Gladstone, N. M. The Springer Stockman of last week says: The election which was to be held in Roy on Tuesday, July 20th, did not materialize. Czar Bushkevitz headed the ticket for Mayor, and the stopping of the election by the tax payers goes to show very decisively, that Mr. Bushkevitz is not the whole cheese in Roy or in the east end of Mora Ctfunty. A CITIZEN. ' " To Whom it May Concern During the early winter, we got out a pamphlet of Roy Country and surroundings. A. S. Bushkevitz, with whom we have no connections whatsoever, has copied our pamphlet,' word for word. We have never been consulted, as to whether he could use the transcription, regardless of that he has copied the very wording, even to our advertisment,.the only differ ence in the pamphlets, his likeness On the the front page, and his name where ours appears. It does seem strange that an individual of Bushkevitz's- prolific intllect('i') and resourceful ness would be prompted to copy our literature. We are in no manner con nected with that individual in the Real Estate business. Roy Real Estate & Abstract Co. The Mensajero (Messenger) printed at Mora, made comment in their last issue. UUOn its available Reniiliilnun , . . r- candidates to the Constitutional Con vention, and incidentally mention A. S. Bushkevitz and E. J. H Roy, from this end of the County. E. J. H. Roy makes the statement that under no circumstances will he allow his name to go before "the County Convention. Regarding A. S. Bushkevitz we know not whether he will or will not be a Candidate. Mrs. T. M. Ogden is in charge of the Oriental Hotel. .FREE on . i' September 15th., 1910 The Floersheim Merc. jCo. will give away to some lucky custónter a BEAUTIFUL 90-PIECE DINNER SET OF GOLD DECORATED IMPERIAL CHINA WARE Valued at $22.50 A numbered ticket will be. given with each STRICTLY, CASH PURCHASE of $3.00 and on above date a drawing will oe made. You have as much chance as anyone to win this Valuable Dinner Set. You always hear of the great I Am," incidentally---his great doings and wise sayiligs. At present he is laud ing his exploits while a member of the 38th. Legislative Assembly and how near he came to getting us a County Seat. Forget' it: Its a huge joke. Why always "bring that up? What' did you do' ' Not a single measure was ennacted into a law, that was in-" troduced by you." Can you deny itV ' Now you are talking County Seat and you really do not know what you are talking about. Some little time ago you were -with Mora; now you cannot tell where you are. We guess if there is a few dollars in it, you will go to. Wa"gon Mound.. We are always where, we have been,,.with Mora', whether we . get a County seat or not. They have . our word, we are nO traitors. " A FALSEHOOD Our Contemporary and Candidate for Mayor on the People's Indepen-" dent Ticket accused us of wilfully ne glecting to print their ballots. We wish to state .that we had no orders to print any ballots for the People's In-' dependent Ticket . Had we been order-i ed to do so, the ballots would have been printed. Knowing nothing about the matter as the' would-be Mayor does, we dare call his accusation the state ment of an unmannerly CUB. v Bible Cláss Entertains s The Bible School Association' of east Mora County, met with ' the Pleasant View School, 8 miles east of Roy, Sunday. " These conventions are held quarter-' l'y by the Sabbath workers and the one in session Sunday was a most pleasant and successful meeting. The people of Pleasant View are royal entertainers. The school had built a fine 6hade covered and! sur rounded by beautiful pines and cedars. The dinner was a bounteous spread and much enjoyed by all present.