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Seasonable Merchandise, Reasonable Merchandise! Mowers, Rakes, Header Forks, Garden Hoes, Potato Forks, Cattle Yokes, Scythes, Grind Stones, Cotton Sweeps, Cultivators, Plow Handles, Plow Single trees and Double trees, Chain Harness, Harness sundries, Post-hole Diggers, Wire Stretchers, Clevises, Gauge Wheels, Two-man Saws. All Kinds of Harvest Fl oersheim Merc. Co. i a F. H, FOSTER United States Commissioner rn lur.s. CONTESTS PROOFS AND ETC. Office ia Great Western Com- i.s;Ual Building. Roy, t t : New Mex. Variety Machine Works O. K. ANDERSON k SON, Props All Classes oí Machino Work, Automobile Work, General Blacksmitliing, Heavy Forg ing, Horse Shoeing. Esti mates Given on Pipes and Pumps for Wolls Wagon and Carriage Work our Specialty All work Guaranteed BKBBBBasaBI Variety Machine Work ROY, -. - - NEW MEX. Carload of Barb Wire, woven wire, and poult ry netting just re ceived at Goodman's. . - Mr. FARMER WE HAVE . IT IN STOCK! Roy, N. Mr Restaurant & Bakery Mrs. Ida Church, Prop. FRESH BREAD, CAKES and PIES Always on Hand Meals and Short Orders ROY, - - NEW MEXICO Homestead Lodge, No. 46 I. O. O. F. Meets every Wednetday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall, Roy, N. M. , Vbltlnf member always welcome We O. Johnson C. L. Justice. Noble Grand. Secretary. Woodmen of the World Cedar Stump Camp No. 61 Camp meets last Thursday of each month during summer months. W. P. Tindall, Council Commander. M. D. Gibbs, Clerk. Modern Woodmen of America CampNo.14361 0-8 third Tuesday in every month. ry month. A. H. Karns. Council. L. E. Aldridge, Clerk. Tools. JOIN THE SUIT ..CLUB.. Suits Cleaned and pressed For 25c. All Persons Joining Suit Club are Entitled to havo SIX SUITS Clean ed a Month, at the prico of $1.50 Pr Month Pay able in Advance, or with Your First Work Done. LONE STAR PANTATORIUM Harmony Rebekah Lodge No. 24, D. of R. Meets In I. O. O. F. Hall, Roy, N. M. 1st and 8d. Friday evening of each month, Visiting members always wel come. Mrs. Gussie Floersheim, N. G. : Miss Alma Kitchell, Sec'y. fiOTHSCHILM HF THE EAST Mitsui Family of Jipan u PamM tor j .; Uneulll Honor of Thalr Name. ' Tha Mitsui famllr of Japan have n Dallad tlx Rothichllda of tha East; but while tha fama ot tha tat tar' baa fona abroad orar tha world, tars tha Atlantic Monthly, tha Hit aula hta remained practically un known axoapt to a few western mar chanta wbo bare had extensive deal ing with the Orient . The European family owea It! great renown to the fact that for a centurr there baa been no slightest ataln up on hi commercial honor. Rut Hi ca reer, It should bo remembered, baa Been pawed in a world where busi ness Itself haa been held In honor; while the Mltaula, engaged In a nur- ault utterly condemned by public sen timent, for three ctnturlea, In eplte of tbe demoralizing Influence of the 10 clal ban, have been trusted by govern ment and people alike and hare kept the honor of their name unstained. Now, thanka to the new aplrlt ant- ' mating the nation, they no longer atana ao conspicuously alone. Other great commercial families are being ranged with this one, their mem ! bera not only enrolled .amung the peers of the realm, but rankim with tha merchant princes of the west as i elponents of all tbat Is conorablo In the conduct of mercantile affaire. To i their number are yearly being added j many of the Samlral, or nightly chlv- alry of old, who once acorced all con ! tact with trade, but who are now re j turning to bring to the rescue of their country the fine serine of honor Id ! which they were educated under tha ; ancient regime. That they will even j tually succeed In their task, backed i al they are by tbe Instinct of common honesty pervading the rank and Ble, i thore can be no manner of doubt. HER DINING ROOM FURNITURE How the Kind-Hearted and Gifted Rosa Bonheur Helped Young Wife. TVe are not brothers for nothing," rtosa Bonheur once wrote in Jesting affection to her brother Isidore; and In truth the wonderful, quaint, boyish llttlo woman, wllh her bright eyes, cropped curls and breezy ways, was almost more a brotherly chum than a sister to the "Dodore" whom she ao dearly loved. Much ot the time on her country estate, in her studio and among her nnimala, wild and tamo, she wore the masculine costume which her manner of life required, to wear which she had with one other woman, a famous eiplorer and arche ologlat received express permission from the French government Yet this very mannish little person was fur from unwomanly in her sympa thies; and her latest biography re cords a pretty Incident related by her friend, Joseph Verdler, the landscape painter, "One evening she was dining with me and some friends. Among the friends was a young lady recently mar lied, who gave us an account of the furnishing of her house. All the rooms were furnlBhed except the din ing room; for this last her husband could not yet give her the money, and she was compelled to hold her little re ceptions In her sleeping room. "After dinner Rosa asked me for a large sheet of drawing paper, and whllo wo were talking she sketched a delightful bunting scene, which she signed with her full name. Then, un der cover of a general conversation on music, while tea was being served, she approached tha young wife, and said to herr "'Take this picture to Tedesco on your return to Paris and he will give you at least 1.600 franca for It , . . Then you will be able to furnish your dining room.' "Youth's Companion. EFFECTS OF DRINKING TEA Consumer of High Quality Teaa Rune Least Risk of Digestive Dis turbance, The Lancet publishes a concluding article upon tea which sums up the results of an investigation Into the sub ject under the title of "The Chem istry, physiology and Esthetics of a Cup ot Tea." Tho suggestion that an Infusion of good tea consists chiefly of caffeine tnnnato is confirmed. It Is pointed out that when caffeine and tannin are In a state of combination, neither being in the free Btate. tho harmful astringont qualities of the tannin disappear and the bitter taate of (roe caffeine la not perceptible. The teaa of high quality yield aa a rule a simple infusion of caffeine tan nate, not of caffeine or of tannin. Such teas must be regarded aa the most de sirable from physiological point of rlew. It Is interesting to find that aa a rule the export taster picks out these teaa aa teaa of high quality. Good teas, In short, according to thla inquiry, are those which on a five min ute infusion yield only caffeine In the form of caffeine tannate to the In fusion and bad or indifferent teas are those which yield on lnfualon a tea containing, in addition to caffeine tan nate, either caffeine or tannin, but es pecially tannin, In excess. A good tea may be made a bad tea, but n bad tea can not be made a good tea ex cept perhapa by very skilful blending. Excessive Infusion will spoil a good tea, but eren a abort Infusion of a bad tea may be aa objectionable as an excessive Infusion of a good tea. On physiological grounds, therefore, me oonsuinar of high quality teaa runa less risk of digestive disturbance pro Tided the tea is made properly. Notice of Master Sale. In pursuance of t judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale ren dered in tha District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of New Mexico, within and for the County of Mors, cn the 15th day of May, 1912, in a certain cause num bered 2112 therein pending, wherein Bo; Trust and Savings Bank, a cor poration, is plaintiff, and Leandro Archuleta and Juanita Branch Archu leta, are defendants; said action be ing a suit to foreclose a certain mort gage executed by the defendant Leand ro Archuleta to the plaintiff, and In which action the plaintiff obtained judgment against the defendant Le andro Archuleta, which remains un paid, in the sum of S85.65, together with interest thereon at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from said 15th day of May, 1012, until paid, and all costs of suit and foreclosure and Bale of the mortgaged premises hereinafter described: NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREI1Y GIVEN, That I, F. M. Hughes, speolal master heretofore appointed by the court herein, will on Sat. the 17th day of Aug. 1912, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon of said day, on the ' street In front of the post office in Roy, Mora County.N.M. sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the following des cribed real estate situate, lying and being In Mora County New Mexico, to wlt: , The southeast quarter (J) of the Southwest quarter (i) of section twenty-seven (27), and the north half (t) of the northwest quarter (J) of section thirty-four (34), and the north east quarter (i) of the northeast quarter (I) of eeüon (33), all in township twenty (20) north of range twenty-8X (2() east, N. M. P. M., containing IliO acres, together with nil tbe improvements thereon. That the total amount due the plain tiff at the date of sale, exclusive of costs of sale, will be $8811.00, and that I will apply the proceeds of sale to the payment of said judgment and costs. F. M. Huohf.s, Special Master. C. E. McGlnnls, Attorney for Plain tiff, Santa Rosa, New Mexico. Report of the Roy Trust and Savings Bank Of Roy, New Mexico, as render ed to the State Bank Examiner at the close of business June 29th, 1912. RESOURCES Loans and discounts $49,823.71 Overdrafts 32.57 Real estate & furniture 3,732.50 Accrued interest, taxes, and expenses paid 2,204.62 Cash and sight exchange.... 10,497.71 $110,291.11 LIABILITIES Capital stock, fully paid 15,000.00 Deposita, 30,291.11 Bills payable $21,000,00 itt,2Sl.ll I, C. L. Justice, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. L. Justice, Cashier. Correct Attest: H. B. Jones C. E. McGinnis C. L. Justice Directors. Subset ibed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July, 1012. Jacob Floersheim, Notary Public. MRS. LARAMQRE TELLS TROUBLES Lady in Gcodwaier Describes Her Distressing Experience and Tells How She Was Finally Relieved. Ooodwater, Mo. ''Ever since I was little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramorc, was a great sufferer from dyspepsia. I suffered misery alter eating, and had terrible heartburn. I thought I had o suffer this way as long as I lived, but when 1 began to take Thcdford's Black-Draught, in small doses, every night, the heartburn was all gone in i few days, and I could eat without distress. I took two small packages in all, and although that was some time ago, the dyspepsia has not returned. I speak a good word for Thcdford's Black-Draught whenever I have the op portunity." It eating causes distress, we urge you to try Thedford's Black-Draught. It cleanses the system, helps the stomach to digest its food, regulates the bowels, and stimulates the liver. It acts gently and is without bad after effects. Try it. Price 25c PROFESSIONAL Dr. L R. BEEBE Physician & Surgeon Coaatrr Calk Promptly Amweni SOLANO, NEW MEXICO W. R. HOLLY Attorney-at-Law Practices In Stale nd Federal Courts. :: :: :: :: Springer, N. Mex. Tucumcari Hospital Modern Equipment, Largest X-Ray Coil in N. II. Graduate Nurses. . Drs. Noble & Doughty, TUCUMCARI, : : N.iM T. F. SELF Physician and Surgeon (Office InBushkevltz Block ROY, NEW MEXICO M. H. KOCH Funeral Director Licensed Embalaer PHONE 116 i i TUCUMCARI, N. H. D. S. DURRIN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practices In All Courts Land Cases a Specialty SOLANO, N. M A. S. HANSON Notary Pl'iilio Legal documents and papers acknowledged. KOY, NEW MEXICO M. D. GIBBS Physician and Surgeon Bushkevitz Building ROY, NEW MEXICO Phone 552 THE ROY BARBER SHOP C. A. ARMOUR, Prop. Agency for White Swan Steam Laundry Basket Goes Out Every Monday ROY, - - NEW MEXICO Alex. S. Bushkevitz ATTORNEY AT LAW Practices in the Justice, Probate and Land Courts and County Commiss ioners. : : : : Real Estate And Investments ROY, NEW MEXICO L P. UPTON Solano, i i New Mexico United States Commissioner Everything in land matters Filings, Contests, fronts and etc. Land Business of all Kind ,1