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The Spanish-American, Roy. liar ding County, New Mexico, Saturday May 13, 1922."
Geo E. Cochrane THE AUCTIONEER Mills, N. M. Dates at this office. FATJO'S HONEY Fancy Comb : Extracted Honey For sale by the case and in 5 gal. cans - Retailed by all Leading Grocers Italian Bees and Queens Fatjo Apiaries P.O. Box Springer, New Mex. COUNTY SEAT . : ; : NEWS A rain ; commenced Saturday night that lasted pretty well all night and was renewed Sunday afternoon. As it rained slowly and steadily it was all consumed by the thirsty soil and will do a great deal of good to the range and the cultivated ground. Little Billie Kirby, son of our deputy county treasurer suffe- leave for her new home. Mrs. Brown has been a hard-working conscientous teacher for several years in our city schools and we are inclined to envy the little Texas city their good fortune in securing her services ' but feel that she is entitled to a location that is near a large city and off ers more advftnfoureji.rian rvr Hi red a very painful accident Sa- tie town can offer at the present turday when playing with some tmP other children with a large-push . , , - . . cart. He fell off and catching his . A"c " ueguui- leg'iñ the spokes of the wheel n w ouzz arouna over xne coun at the closing and one that will1 -New York Wallowing into be both a pleasure and a treat tp Constantinople harbor recently hear. - " I during heavy rain, a cargo ves- , , , , xi , ; sel carrying five hundred child We understand that Mis. Isa- ren-and three thousand Greek bel Brown, one of the Mosquero j adult refugees from South Rus- lc".a V. ubbii erecieu r ine;sia appealed to the American prmcipalship -of the San Eliza- Reiief officials for clothing, says no schools, near El Paso Texas a cabled report received here, and that soon after the Mosque-1 Huddled on unsheltered decks, ro school closes that she will 'toif-nw an mmn nien. GeneraLBlacksmith and Machine Work, ACETYLENE WELDING AND DISC ROLLING - AT THE OLD STAND, WITHÍTHE LIBERTY GARAGE J. D. Wade, AUCTIONEER I am a graduate from the Missouri Auctioneering School, I will assure you of service that brings results. . Will be glad to cry your sale anywhere at any time. Col. B. R Reeder Roy, New Mexico. I. C. DODDS UNDERTAKER And .. LICENSED EMBALMER . Full line of Caskets alwaysq on hand, also suits and dresses. Calls answered day or night Phone No, 58 Foster Blk. Roy, N. Mex. had the muscles badly lacerated. Under the careful attention of Dr. Daniels he is recovering ni cely and it is believed that no permanent injury will result. A meeting of the citizens of Mosquero met at the school hou se Saturday eve., for the purpose of nominating the first set of village officers. Every thing went off harmoniously, no at tention was paid to party lines and there will be but one ticket placed in the field. Those nomi nated were Benj. F. Brown, for Mayor, (that's us) W. P, Mealey Jr. City Clerk and Hon. Mala quias Baca, L H. Brock, A A. Wynne and Faustin Hernandez for Board of Trustees. The elec- try and a number of prospect ive candidates are beginning to ded for something to replace their water-soaked rags. . According to a cable from the Near East Relief organization, the-American relief workers were unable to provide even a coat for one of the children . The cable announces that the supply of old clothing sent from America has been exhausted. The relief authorities, facing probable death by exposure among Caucasus famine suffer ers next winter unless clothing can be secured and receiving calls from other refugee ships, A J .Ml I 1 lion time win soon De nere The more candidates that offer themselves the better the oppor tunities the two conventions, will have to select good men for the various offices on the ticket. The more material the conven tion have from which to select the best timber to better the ticket that can be gotten out by both parties. If you think that you are fitted to hold an office why get into. the game early, let your friends know of your sit up and take notice that elec-ihas asked for an American-wide collection ot discarded clothes ior immediate shipment. American tourists visiting Con stantinople on a Mediterranean cruise were so struck by the need generally that those on the S. S. Carmania, led by Edward Cary, of Providence. R. I., arranged to send back from Naples some of the cast-off winter clothes of the tourist party. The cargo boat had been six teen days getting to Constanti nople from Nomorossisk on the candidacy before they make pro I Black Sea. with the retugees mises to some one else, fon t living on umueu uieau um be bashful, announce your can didacy in plenty of time and tion will be held on Tuesday the i then go into the convention re 16th. At a meeting held at the home of W. T. Lofton on Friday night a threatened fight for the posi tions of members of the new municipal board of education, re cently created by the incorpora tion of Mosquero was happily harmoniously averted by a com solved to help select the bes man and at all costs be a good winner and a better loser. Come sea water mixed with fresh Two men had died. Many were ill'. A widow, with two children had : boarded the boat -half a month before with only a loaf of bread for the three. She promise ticket and Mosquero y the convention, ad- agam emerged tnumpnant in iourned - MONEY to LOAN ON REAL ESTATE Rates Reasonable. Can Make Inspection Soon. Write, Phone or See, Remejio Lopez MOSQUERO, NEW MEXICO. the matter of healing to coopera tion that is fast putting the lit tle town on the map. As a result of the meeting but one ticket will be placed in the field and voting for it will be but a mere formalty. It was unanimously agreed that the old board should be placed on the new board of education and Messrs H. T, Cli nard and R. Lopez be added to complete the five members re quired All of which exemplifies the fact that the people of Mos quero are workirg together and intend to have the livest, best and most up-to-date little towns oñ the mesa. The teachers are now busily engaged in preparing the child ren for their final examinations and the commencement exerci ses that will be held at the close of school. Mosquero has had a very successful school this year and the teachers are to be comme nded for their excellent work do- m-wr 1 1 111 1 ne. we nave leamea inai a grc- on in. boys, the water is fine, had found bread among: others We don't want an of file our-! refugees for the children but her own privation had brougm on fever. The relief .organization joined with the Greek High Com mission in providing food" but the boat continued to Kavala, a refugee port, without the cloth ing for which the storm-exposed people w;ere pleading-. selves, we are satisfied with .be ing mayor of Mosquero, but if we did you could bet your bot tom dollar that we would be out , we would keep working-until tho Say," did you know that Mos quero is growing? If you don't think so, just come down and look at the buildings that are springing up and listen to tho plans for the new buildings that are to be started in the near fu ture. We weresurprised our selves when we looked up the population for incorporation, pur poses. ' There were but 360 acre i taken into the limits of the in corporation, didn't have to go out into the farms to get enough inhabitants and when we got through taking the census wa discovered that we had a popu lation of 448 inhabitants. Don't have to count the dogs and cata, either, although we must admit that the larger part of then' are children. We didn't kno.v that there wereso many babies in all the universe as we found scattered over the little town cf lie. lie nave iMuiivu -.r ,,- at entertainment will be put on Mosquero. Trv The Dru; Store First SO years ago there were 2,699 drug items onUhe market. Today there are 45,900 to, say nothing of the thousands of Sundry and fancy goods items.' A drug store capable of supplying you with drugs, medicine and sick-room goods is a prime requisite. - . We not only carry a complete line of drugs and chem icles but also thousands of sundrys and fancy goods. .Remember that our Soda Fountain is now opened up for the Summer trade and tha latest drinks and, ice creams may be had. ., .... ' , Also head-quarters for Periodials, Kodaks and sup plies and dozens of articles that you use every day. Just Remember, and make your Slogan "TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST . " You are sure to find jüst what you are looking for, at the FAIRVIEW PHARMACY The Roy Drug Store ML i. GIBBS,;Prop. NOTICE OF SALE" FORECLOSURE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE Whereas. David" Ballard', now of the county of Harding, State of New Mexico; as mortgagor, by two chattel mortgages,' dated December 31st, 1919, and" Decern- j ber 31st, 1920, respectively, and filed in the County Clerks office in the county of Union State of New Mexico; that being the coun ty of his then residence, sold' and conveyed to Roy Trcst & Savings Bank, of Roy New Mexico, as morteasree, the following des cribed" personal property, towit : Sixty-one cows, Twenty-five cal ves, Twenty-four yearlings and three, two year old steers, bran ded on right shoulder U with in verted U underlined with bar, including the increase thereof and additions thereto; and' where as, the notes therein described, payable to said mortgagee and duly transferred' to the First National Bank, of Roy, successor to said Roy Trust & Savings Bank, to secure which said con veyances was made are now due and unpaid; and whereas the holder of said promissory notes deems itself insecure; now there fore, I, C. L. Justice, Cashier, and authorized agent of said First National Bank, of Roy,' in pursuance of the powers in said chattel mortgages granted, and at the request of the holder of said promissory notes, do hereby eriv0 notice that I will, on the 22nd day of May, A. D. 1922, be tween the hours of 10 A. M. and 6 P M. of the same day, at the Hugh Mitchell Ranch, twelve miles northeast of Roy, in the county of Harding, State of New Mexico, offer for sale and sell the property conveyed as afore said to the best and highest bidder for cash, or satisfactory credit and upon full and complete settlement of said purchase-money thereof will deliver the pro perty so sold to the purchaser, and will apply the proceeds of the sale as directed by said chat tel mortgage. This 25th day of April, A. D. 1922 C. L, Justice. Cashier First National Bank, of Roy. 1 , ; By J. B. Lusk, Attorney Mr. Murdock the dentist will be in Roy from May 21st to 27th to do dental work. See him at the W. G. Johnson home of your dental troubles. If you want to have a good time, attend the Base Ball dance Saturday night lu7 13th, at the Community Hall, THE STANDARD DAIRY When you buy milk demand the best. .; You are not getting the best if you are not getting clarified milk. w Accept no substitute. . ' Two deliveries each day. 12 Quarts for $1.00 H. Kennard & Sons Mosquero Abstract & Title Co. - (Incorporated and Bonded.) ABSTRACTS FURNISHED PROMPTLY ON ALL LANDS IN HARDING COUNTY. Insurance of all' kinds. Special attention given to examining titles. Conveyances. Mosquero, New Mexico. All orders carefully filled and promptly shipped by Ex press or Parcel Post. Our membership in the Florists Tele graph Delivery Association enables us to deliver FloTOrs for you anywhere in the United States on a few hours notice. v . " (. ... . , . .. - Raton Greenhouses V " "' "THE NAYLORS" - ' P. O. Drawer 349 Raton, N;. ML The man who wins is the man who has prepared To the man who saves, the best business oppor tunity comes when he is prepared'to-taker ad vantage of it.. "-v- IT TAKES MONEY always to take advantage ." : of such opportunity. ARE YOU PREPARED TODAY? " IF NOT, you cannot do a better thing' tliah to start an account To-Day. IF YOU are really ambitious to succeed'you will not neglect this first opportunity antl invita- tion. Bank of Roy Capital and Surplus $36,000-00 The Roy Garage which is known as tfee Beck Motor C Acetylene Welding Batteries Repaired Vulcanizing - . ... , , , General Auto nad Tractor Repairing Full Line Accessories Tires, Tubes, Oils and Gas AH Work Guaranteed. Heyen & Bowman, Mgrs. Come in and let us figure with you on your Tractor. We will come out and pull your at in. Phone No. 8 W. "THE ARRIVAL OF KnTY" "THE ARRIVAL OF KITO"