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The Spanish American. [volume] (Roy, Mora Co., N.M.) 19??-19??, May 04, 1912, Image 5

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"Merit
Mosl men want to make their money go as far as possible. When you buy a suit of
clothes you want style, you want correct fabrics and colors. Then you look for wear, the kind
that does not "shine."" "You look for a material that "holds" not for a few days, but until a
change in style. You want a suit tliat is "built" by master workman of established reputation
who cannot afford to jenpiirdise their business with indilferenco work and values.
We solicit your careful inspection of our recent arrivals in Spring and Summer two and
three-piece suits. The showing included diagonals and mild stripes, bluo and black French
serges, and novelty weaves. We are offering these at figures ranging from
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$8.00 to $18.00
i . .
And Don't Worry About the Fit
We handle the "American Gentlemen" Pants and "Pony Boy" Suits also made under
the "Merit System." Every one of these garments sold has made friends for us in our cloth
jng.department. Wejiave-built up a generous patronage in this section, by offering to our
patrons only such merchandise as we can personally recommend and guarantee.
We have all confidence in the value of "Merit System" Clothes. They will clinch our
claims on every fi'tu-rtry 'em and see. , . . ' '., .. ,
i Sí i'r
Floersheim
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I rrvUmW 'Vhi Jh.l I ' ARMOUR
This Dancing Savage 1$ Ko Veakling
He haa strength, vigor and endúranos because hehae a
atrong atomach, atrong heart, etrong kidneys and strong
nerves. Strong vital organa create strength, but don't
be dlsoouraged If you are weak, run-down or alokly for
ELECTRIC B3M BITTERS
will tone your etomaoh, regulate your liver and kidneys,
strengthen your nerves, and fill you with new health,
strength and vigor, Thla matohlesa tonlo
WILL GIVE YOU
a fine appetite, atrong digestion, sound sleep and maka
you feel like a new person. . Try It.
PRICE 500 AND $1.00 PER BOTTLE
'gg'jg'jj;,1 ISOLD AND GUARANTEED BYCSZ552
FAIRVIEW PHARMACY Roy, N. M.
Not for Hsr. .
The vorger of a Urge church, see.
lrjg in old woman In one of the leati
reserved. for some Important persone,
beckoned her to come out -But Just
at that moment the organ started play
ing. The old woman, never having
been In a church containing an organ,
startled him and the congregation by
calling: ,'.'.'Ha, man, get somebody
younger; ;tny dancing deys-are PsVl'U
System" Suits
i a íí - 1 1
They Draw i i
Chances on the Piano
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ROY, NEW MEXICO.
t . Faahlona Little Changed.
. From the fresco paintings of women
In Cretan palaces of the period about
1000 B. C, It Is learned, that the orn
en of that time pinched In their waists,
hsd flounced .or accord eon . plaited
klrte, were an elaborate coiffure,
shoes with high heels and hats which
might have come from a Parisian hat
shop, while one woman' might be 4e
Ifrtbed at wearing a 'Jupa cutntle. ' '
S
Co.
Jet Black Missouri Jack
Will make the Season at W.
W Day's Ranch, 10 miles North
and 4 miles east of Roy. Season
$10.00. Mare and colt stand
good for season. If traded or
sold season becomes due at once.
W. W. DAY,
Owner.
: F. H. FOSTER
United States
.Commissioner
F1UNGS CONTESTS PROÓFS
j AND ETC.
Office in Great Western -Com-
'. mercial . Building.
RoyJ : : - r New Mex;
Tr;
ry a, Spanish American Ad.
Roy Public Schools Close
Successful Term Yesterday
The Roy Public Schools after
being in session for eight months
closed yesterday evening.
The term just closed is con
sidered one of the best that has
been taught in lioy, and Profes
sor Johnson and his corps of
teachers are to be congratulated
on the excellent manner in which
they have conducted the school.
The progress of the pupils dur
ing the term has been very noted
and but few, probably less titan
S of the 240 enrolled failed of
promotion, and of those who
failed nearly all did not attend
oyer three or four months.
In looking over the registers of
the teachers, it is a deplorable
fact to note tho poor attendance
of some of the pupils, especially
the low attendance of so many of
the Spanish speaking children:
this should not be for it behooves
every patron to give his children
a well rounded education, for
WM. G.
Principal of the Roy Public Schools
T
and one of tins Leading
New
education is not only a privi
lege but a duty, and every citi
zen owes to their community to
equip their children for the best
citizenship possible.
The School Board has done
cveyything possible during the
past term to make the school a
success and the great success is
due a great deal to their untiring
efforts in bettering the conditions
of the school in every way pos
sible, and tho earnest support
, they have given the teachers,
i Following is a brief outline of
the schools of the Roy' District
during the past year.
Total en rollment including
transfers , '20.r
Actual Enrollment 2-10
Number of days school was in
session.
Roy 152
Liberty ..100
Pleasant View Jo
Average daily attendance 185
Percent of attendance 78
Number enrolled in different
rooms.
Primary .' 0
1st Intermediate 54
2nd Intermediate 40
Grammar Room 12
High School.. ó
Pleasant View .33
Liberty , 21
Number of graduates in High
School.--- 5
Number of graduates in Eighth
$2,000,00 DEATH
BENEFIT.
$15.00 Weekly for Accident or
Sickness; $1,000 for loss of limb
or eyesight; $100,00 for Emer
goncy Relief Benefit. Cost Is
$0.00 per year. No other Dues
nor Assessments. MEN and
WOMEN between ages 10 to 65
are accepted. Reliable Company
with $100,000.00 State Deposit
for the protection of Policy-hold
era, and to guarantee the payment
of claims. Write for further in
formation giving your age, sex
and occupation. Address Dept.
441 American Regjstry.ijoropatojr,
Brie, Pa.
r '
twaJjwBafciali. 14 saw- - -- -- i-HMI
grade 7
Total Graduates 12
Enrollment by grades are as
follows.
1st grade flS
2nd 35
3rd 25
4th .....20
atli 15
uth .o
7th 12
8th 10
High School ...5
Teachers employed 5
Tho Roy Schools are growing
very rapidly and next year it will
be necessary to employ at least
7 teachers instead of a as this
year
The selection of the corps of
tmichers for the coming-year will ,
probably take place during the
present month, nnd it is the wish
of the greater number of the
patrons that the present corps
be reemployed, Of course this
JOHNSON . :
During'the Past Two Years,
Educators of Northeastern
Moxico
can not bo done as Mrs. Scott,
one of the best intermediate,
teachers that ever taught in Roy
has decided to retire from the
s3ho:)l worlc, which will be
deeply regretted by her pupils in
the schoool. We understand
that the balance of the teachers
will be applicants for re-appoint-ini;nt
to the positions for the
coming term, and we trust that
they will be chosen to succeed
themselves.
Professor Johnson especially,
deserves commendation for his
untiring work as Principal of the
school and for the marncr -in
which he has pushed our school
to the front and mad. them the!
best in Northeastern New Mex-f
ico. He will undoubtly be re-
. -
elected us principal tor the com
ing school year.
Extends Thanks
Tliniiradllat.'mif IXiw nf 1019
....
me columns ottnonanisn. Amen-
..., - , ,
itiu, m inn iu uiiiim but; piibLwnn
and friends of the district, for the
help nnd favors shown them dur
ing Commencement. They also
wish to thank the Orchestra for
their excellcr.t music, and the
Indies of tho Primrose Progress
ive Circle, for their floral offer
ings, and Mrs. W. H. Willcox for
writing the class song and to Mrs.
Komine for setting the class song
to music.
Public Forum
I-
. , "
(All communications must bear
the signature of the writer, but
the name will not be published
where such request is made.
Publication of communication
does not mean indorsement of the
same, but the columns of this
paiier are open to all who wish to
express themselves on public
matters of local interest, provid
ing their expression does not
violate good taste tnd the ethics
of publicity.)
PROFESSIONAL
W.R. HOLLY
Aitornev-at-Law
Practices in Territorial
and
redera! Courts. :: :: ::
Springer, N. Mex
Tucumcari Hospital
Dr's Thomson and Noble
Surgeons in Charge,
TUCUMCARI, : : N. M.
T. F. SELF
Physician and Surgeon
Office Inllushkivitz filnck
ROY, NEW MEXICO
M. H.
Funeral Director
PHONE 116 : :
KOCH
Licenced Embalmer
TUCUMCARI, N. H.
I). S. DURRIN
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practices In All Courts
Land Cases a Specialty
SOLANO, i : N. M
A. S. HANSON
NOTAUY PUBUO
Legal documents and papers
acknowledged.
ROY, NEW MEXICO
M. D. GIBBS
Physician and Surgeon
Bushkevitz Building
ROY, NEW MEXICO
Phone 552
THE ROY
BARBER SHOP
C A. ARMOUR, Prop.
Agency fob
White Swan
Steam Laundry
Basket Goes Out Every Monday
R0Y' " " NEW MEXICO
Ml Ull III III, IMII. M m MM
I Alex. S. Bushhsvitz
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in the Justice,
Probate and Land Courts
and County Commiss-
1 loners.
B Real Estate And
.
'I Investments
L P. UPTON
Solnno, i i i New Mexico
United States
Commissioner
. Everything in land matters
Filings, Contests, Proofs and
etc.
Land Business of all Kinds
No Excltsmtnt.
"A man doesn't seam to take any
pleasure In writing letters to a woman
alter ha haa married her," said Mrs.
Qloomar.
"No," replied Hiss Cavenner "he
seems to lose all Interest when there
la no possibility at hji Istisra beta
Nad to a urj."
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