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. -nt&r-sh&Jffi&cfa EsrtCoix&7. Kwr liexlca, Saturday May 13, 1922.
Classified advertising is 5 a line, minimum charge for
each insertion 25, ercept that six consecutive insertions
will be given for fl.25. All classified advertising CASH
IN ADVANCE. NO CHARGE orders accepted as no
books are kept on this class of advertising.
LOST: Watch Charm Skull,
about V in, in diameter, carved
out of bone. Finder pjease retu
rn to the S. A. and receive re
FOR SALE Oliver Typewriter
and Check Protector.
Roy Trading Co., Mánager. '
$10.00 REWARD
LOST Two Elk teeth in gold
mounting, finder please return
to E. J. Floersheim and receive
reward. .
We have a fine unimproved
320 acres only 2' miles from
Roy which we can sell within tis
next few days at $4000.00. This
house north of Dr. Gibbs' place.
Rent $15 per month and can be
pt to the National Bank of Roy
Price right for cash or terms
m reason. .
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, a
good fresh milk cow, 6 years old.
T. M. Ogden, R. A.
FOR SALE 3 or 4 head of Al
milk cows, two with calves at
is a fine little dairy farm and pra side, others to be fresh soon. All
etically all of the land be plowed. are 0f a eoo mik strain and are
on long time at 8 takes this A Wter, wUI eUf ?6UÜ-Üüldens and .raising" chickens m
r,ia wc, nr 000 each if taken soon. I also have p-inr. P ;
Schuitz & Johnson, Roy, N. d. FT '. j hte jne yf co8
that I will sell at $15.00 each.
I Come and look at them. Write
Mrs. "'Keller "was1 at the Asp
gren home last week on busi
ness. ; ' ; . , ...
Loyd lorfórd ' visited friends
and relatives , in thé valley last
Qrover Ames was in Roy- on
business W ednesday. ;
Quite a 'nice) shower visited
this community last week.-
.Tay Bradloy's house is just
about complete now and they
hope to be in their ; new home
soon. ' . 1 ' y,
A un.ii'or oí folks attjnd'd
the home talent' at Solano 1 "ii-
day from' here. ' "
Oscar Murphy and C. Driskei
were at the Hazen home, and
many other places last week.
W. R. Bradley called at . the
Ralph Hazen home last wgelQ,
Mr. and Airs.- Hall s daughter,
Ella and husband are here on a
short visit from Trinidad. Mrs.
Hall has not been well all winter
but seems some better, now.. ;
Mrs. Bertha West spent .the
week end with 'Mrs: Don Brad
ley and other friends',, ',:;"Ki
All the school children "fire
rejoicing that there will just be
two more weeks af school.. X
Most all of our ambitious far
mer women .are making, gar-
"Russel Rera mádé a business
trip to Springer-last Saturday.
R. E. Alldredge and C. E. An
derson returned home from Denr
ver last Saturday . where they
had been attending court They
report that the school district
lost their suit against Antonides
& Co., in regards to the bad che
ck, but that suit for damages
will be brought in the U. S. Dis
trict Court against the bonding
company. : ..
Mr. Montgomery of Clayton
was in Roy several days this
week looking after business for
the Missouri. State Life Insur
ance Co. . ;
POUND The best advertising
nedium on the mesa. THE SPA
ÍISH AMERICAN has more pa
d up subscribers in Harding
County than all other country
papers combined. A small want
ad will bring results.
FOUND -One ladies breastpin,
containing five small gold hearts
dated 1907 andl908. Owner can
have same by proving property
and paying for this ad -j W. W.
For first class cleaning, press
ing and dyeing see Dock McCar-
or see ired
Mills, N. M.
Pate, Route "A"
Ralph Hazen has purchased
a fine team of horses." , They, are
among the. finest we have, seen
-n the country..
Mr. and Mrs. , Bill Heath and
son visited at the Lysle Hazen
home at the week end. . These
are fine people and we hope the
next time they come .we . can
get a chance to visit with them..
Mr. and Mrs." Frank . Corey
came to attend . church Sunday,
also Mr. Corey, and . Ciar anee
Shrum. ...
Jim Beem, was in the county.
seat Saturday. ,,- ;, :..
Don't forget Sunday School
FOR SALE Recleaned Cane every mornmg. at 10:30 A. M,
and Sudan Seed, mixed makes afi cnurcn every, otner aunuay
the best feed on the mesa; Pnce - : " v ... ...
S cents Der nound. . .
FOR SALE 30 Volume En
cyclopedia . Britannica Cloth
bound as good as new. will sell
for half of what it cost. ;
V. E. Bixby. .
FOR SALE Good cane seed,
see or write William Heath, Roy,
New Mexico.
Money is getting cheaper, we
have plenty of it to loan , on
good farms át 9. . Call, write
or . see Schuitz & Johnson, Roy,
New Mexico.
Canuto Gonzales and son pro
minent ranch men of Bueyeros
were in town on business last
Saturday. Théy report that the
new Dehaven school house is
jusf about completed. 1 " .
Editor Floersheim of the Sprin
ger Times who has been visiting
his father and other relatives
in Roy the past week returned
home Saturday. ' "
Mrs. Wenzefl - Swain Vho has
been visiting relatives in Kan
sas for several weeks rétúrnéd
home last Saturday and Wenzell
is all smiles agaim - -
F, A.
of . Roy,
, The! contracts for thé Solañó.
Mosquero and KepKáii C- ischooi
building will be let by the Coún
ty Board of Educaiioii next Tuef
day at . 10 o'clock át Mospüero. '
Noe Trujilló an exservice man
was' in 1 Roy from Albuquerque
several days last week : attend
ing the "funeral, of his sister Mrs
Biapendo. Mr. Trujillo is i an
automobile mechanic in the Duke
dty;- '; VV ., : .
WANTED P 1 a i n s e w i n g
house dresses, aprons, childrens
garments, -' men's; shirts, , etc.
Writé Miss Marion Cópé.Box
11?; Roj7N; M. ' 13
J. R. Livinvston and O.'Dkvis
of Solano were in Roy on busi
ness Tuesday. ...... i , ...
Vern Caris and Sol Sloer
sheim are in the northern Tart
of the state this week, purchas
ing wool for the F. M. Co. " '
-;' Do you heed some ready cash.?.
If so,! see Schuitz & ' Johnsoi.
They have it to loan on farms.
The meeting of the Village
Board which was to have taken
place Monday evening was chang
ed to a .latere date as. Lawyer
Holly could, not be present. v4
Raymond P. Shaya -and Don
Su. "-.Dow.,, where .they .ill . take
Mr. and Mrs. Ames visited Mr. .'"6' jv u..vwj
and Mrs. Lysle Hazen Sunday. TYñ "
A lot of folks are setting out r
( )
3 r s.
Were it not for the assistance the Department
of the' Interior has rendered, our wonderful
irrigation systems, waterworks and similar
project could nevrf have been developed. Progress
mjch as this in vital io ail of us. This phase of cur
i government's endfeavur to further prosperity ;s graph
icaily told in th fifth of th senes of uiiaes which
; ws issue each month. .
To receive this story and the ones previously pub
lished send lis yooi 'imme and aduress. There's7 r.o
; cost to you not are you pWúig yourself under any
obligation. - . .
.' ROY, N. MEX. .
A Good Bank For Everyone
trees this spring.
What s the matter -with your
phone or phone Mnet --
Shaya and Mr. Foley the great
est of success in their new home;
. Physician and Surgeon ""
. 9, A V! a
" Several from. Roy attended
the play ? at. .Sojanolast Friday
uigni. í
Abstracts Abstracts Abstracts
We have the only completó tract index to the Harding.
County Records .-i 'V - ''
- We have an experienced abstracter in - charge of our
business.'- v:--; -1' : ''- .'.i - . .,
We give our entire time and attention to the abstract
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We can furnish abstracts promptly,4 and at treasonable
Charge. , ;:-::-..C v
Harding County Atisfraici Co.
if .-'-it Atf-
A new..:assistant . arriyedf at
the. Roy. depot last Friday; hen
a sweet httle, daughter, came, to
bless thj horafe.oliMrnd.MJFSc
ai. i parnés., mr, .jame? witn a
biglsmilé1 'sas' ;she reall Sighs'
lOpounds and is' dandy; and Dr.
Self says' all concerned aré doing
nicely. If ' you hayet gotten
your cigaryet just call at the de
pot and ask for it.
Incorporated and' bonded
íMosqurp, ; . , , New Mexico.'
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Roy, Saturday May 20, 1922
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The same unmatched blend of '
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I hereby announce myself a
candidate for Sheriff, subject to
the action of the Democratic
Convention of Harding County
If nominated and elected I prom
ise to conduct the office strictly
on a business basis with economy
of County Government as my
chief aim.
Henry W. Farmer.
OLIVER and John
Deere Implements
are quoted at prices
so that the farmers
can buy them. See


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