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The panísh-Americaa, Roy. Harding Corf&ty, Nw Mexico, Saturday May 13, 1922.
Personal Mention
M. R. James is a new reader
of the S A. this week.
Floyd Pritz of Pasemonte, was
in fown on business Wednesday.
S. B. Jones of Mills was at
tending to business ; in Roy
W. C Wickham, of Mosquero,
was in town on business last
C. E Hobson and wife spent
Monday evening with Mr. Hob
son's father near Pasamonte.
Every body, including' Pa and
Ma and all the kids are going to
the Gentry Brothers show which
will be in Roy Saturday "May 20.
Mr. T. E. Mitchell of Albert,
N. M. has gone to Alpine. Tex
as, to which point he is ship
ping a fine bunch of registered
Ik'ieford cattle. -.
' R. C. Grunig. has moved his
saw mill and outfit to the can
yons near the Dan Lumbach
place where he expects to cut
several hundred thousand feet of
Gentry Brothers show which
will be in Roy Saturday May 20,
has 16 long cars of animals and
paraphanalia. Also two indepen
dent bands Be sure and make
this day a holiday. Watch for
the big street parade.
A nicf rain visited .the mesa
last Sunday, but we still need
considerable more. On some
parts of the mesa the rain wás
much heavier than on other
pf.rts- Probably the average
was about one half inch.
Mr. W. E. Carter, prominent
farmer of north of Mills, was
a Roy visitor Thursday attend
ing to business matters.
Well ! are you getting ready
for that base-ball game Sunday,
if not you should, for the boys
promise to make it interesting
for all of us fans. Come out and
shout them to victory. I ;
All members of the Roy Post
No. 33 American Legion. are
requested to be present at tne
next regular meeting' Tuesday
night May 16th as very impor
tant business is to come before
the Post in regards to memorial
Rifles will be here.
Homer Holmes,
Post Commander.
E. E. Rivers returned Sat
urday evening from a tour of
watch inspection on the Dawson
branch. He left Monday for the
south end of the Southwestern
and expects to return Friday.
Mr. Rivers says over a hundred
cars of coal a day are being
loaded at Dawson.
The graduation'exercises which
were to be held at the St. Geor
ges School last Monday were
postponed indefinately on' ac
count of sickness and in as much
as school closed and several of
thft pupils live far distant from
Roy the,, program will not be
yen'hefore the opening of
school next fall. .
A., A., Kidd prominent ranch
man of southwest, of Roy suf
fered an attack of paralysis last
Friday night nd is in a very
serious condition at the home of
his son Oscar. Mr, Kidd had a
lisht stroke a few weeks ago
while riding horseback, but paid
little attention to it, but the
stroke Friday was very severe
causing complete loss of use of
the right side of the body. As
we go to press Mr. Kidd is do
ji;sr nicely and hopes are held out
for his complete recovery. ,
Contractor T. A. Brown arriv
ed in Roy Sunday and got busy
with a large force of men Mon
day salvaging the burned school
building. There will be several
thousand dollars salvage in the
ruins and it is the intention to
get the place cleaned up and be
ready to start the school building
ns sooh as the insurance money
is collected. A settlement has
been effected, with four com
panies and a. settlement with
the other company is . expected
in a few days. The building will
probably be re-erected just ex
actly like the one burned to the
ground. The debris frou'i the
old building is being used to
pike the road just west of the .
f crushed tile being placed in
the. road and this will be covered
with a layer of cinders making
it as good as a regular pike road.
Just one more week of school.
Mrs. S. T Ansley accompanied
The Sunshine Sunday School
Class on a picnicing excursion.
o the canyons last Saturday,
and had a jolly good time in
spite of the fact that they got
wet coming home
T. E. Michell's hired man of
near Albert was. in - Mills One
day last week and bought mater
ial for a wind mill tower.
M. C. Speaks is visiting friends
in Mills on his road home from
Joplin, Missouri. He will leave
soon to establish a residence on
his 640 acre homestead near
Stanley, N. M.
We tried to report last week
that J. W: Cartero? Abbott was
milking 14 cows but the corres
pondent got 'stailed to making-
fours, and could not ston. Mr.
Carteí- Vas much amazed $hen
he read in the S A; that he "war
milking 144 cows.
Dr. S. A. Bright of Albuquer
que, district superintendent or
the Methodist Church will be in
Mills on the 23rd inst., and hold
services in the evening
A. D. Hurford is drilling oats
for Miss Virginia McClure. , ;
Rev. James Fletcher organized
a band of Boy Scouts last Wed
nesday. The executive com
mittees are Dr. O. B'. Moon,
C: S. Jones, W. H. McMinn, H.
L. Boyd and C. E. Holcomb.
Rev. Fletcher is Scout Moster
and Elton Porter assistant.
The. different grades in the
school are busily practicing on an
entertainment of some kind
which they intend to give at the
close of the term.
: The play given by Solano
Tuesday night was very poorly
attended on account of the high
wind. The people in the coun
try would not venture out and
face the dust.
If it's Clean Pure Milk
you want, here is the place.
. Twelve quarts for one
dollar. And remember our
cows are tuberculosis tested.
Golden West Dairy.
Jesse M. Johnson, prominent
farmer of north of Roy, was tra
nsacting business in the city
Micky Floersheim, Wm. G.
Johnson and Neis Benson have
been busy this week setting out
some shade trees on their lots
north of towi.
Dont forget the base-ball boys
dánce at the community hall
Saturday night May 13th, a good
time is assured everyone.
- At The Roy Theatre
' Saturday Night, The 13th
-i Chas Ray
Bessie Barríscale
. . In - '
The Hick
Also The Jungle Flashlight
A Wild Animal Drama.
Coming "No Woman Knows"
Watch for the date. Universal
Department of the Interior
ton, New Mexico.
NOTICE is hereby given that
David M. Valdez, of Albert, Hard
ing Co., New Mexico, who on
January, 6th, 1921. made Addl.
Homestead Entry, No. . 027
313, for Lot 1, NEi4NWW Sec.
18, Twp. 21 N. R. 29 E. EI2N
EV4, Section 13, Township 21 N.
Range 28 E., N. M. P. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to
make Final Three Year Proof,
Noticp is hprphv triven thaV'to establish claim to tne lana a-
sealed bids will be received by bovédescribed, before F. H. Fos
Mr. Albert Bacharach, one of
our prosperous merchants, has
moved his stock of groceries, dry
goods, shoes etc into the build
ing vacated by the S. E Paxton
Grocery Co., and now has one of
the up-to-date stores in town. He
is adding new goods daily and is
selling them at prices that are
right. Mr Bacharach is to be
congratulated on his change and
the improvements he has made
in his store, the past few weeks.
Annette Delano and her trou
pe of young lady riders, her re
markable earner pigeons and the
scores of renowned Gentry am-.
mal actors, human circus stars .J
an'd unusual novelty features
will be seen when Gentry Bros. '
Shows and Wild Animal Arena
come to Roy on Saturday May
1 20th, to exhibit afternoon and
! . 1 : - i i .i . At. i
nigm ana 10 paraae tne principal
streets that morning with a mile
of pageantry and open air review
of great beauty and colorful at
tractiveness, including open and
closed cages, camel tandem tea
ms, mounted bands, 200 ponies,
beautiful horses, elephants, dro
medaries, clowns, tableau wag
ons and Mother goose floats fil
led with tíie most beautiful and
most intelligent performing dogs
in the world.
the Board of Education of Roy
Independent School District No.
3, -Roy, Harding County, New
Mexico, up to 8 o'clock. P. ;M.
Monday: Junev 5th 1922,i- foi
truck drivers of the sjx "school
routes for said district. 4 The
bidders for said routes are to
furnish their own trucks, also
gas and . oil etc., and said bid
must state specif ioaly- which
route bid is for and what kind of
conveyance will be used in ser
ving the route. Bids will be by
the calender month commencing
the first Monday in September.
The routes to be bid on are:
Pleasant View, Wagner, Monto
ya Pocket.Rock Springs, the Bi:;
by route northwest from town
and the Mahoney route north of
town. The general description
of these routes, length of same
and other information can be
secured from the acting secre
tary of said board.
All bids should be sealed and
marked on envelope just which
route bid is on and should re
addressed to Board of Education,
Dist.. No. 3, Roy New Mexico.
The Board of Education re
serves the right to reject any
and all bids.
C. L. Justice, President of the
Board of Education, District No.
8, Roy, New Mexico. :
Attest: -
William G. Johnson, Acting
Clerk ' J1-.- M 13-20-27-3
ter, U, S. Commissioner, at his
office at Roy, New Mexico, on
the 25th., day of May, 1922
Claimant names as witnesses:
Alerino Dellerrera, Ed. Sandoval
of Albert, New Mexicd and W.
P. Carter, and D. R. Gallegos
of Kephart, New Mexico. -H.
H. Errett,
' ' Register.
.We have a high grade piano
in our possession near Roy. For
quick disposal we will greatly
sacrifice the price. 1 erms to re
sponsible party. Write at once
if interested to the Denver Mus
ic Co., Denver, Colo.
$10.00 REWARD
LOST Two Elk teeth in gold
mounting, finder please return
to E. J. Floersheim and receive
The sale is over, but we are still
selling groceries cheaper than you
can buy them at wholesale.
Make us prove it.
un Saturday May 13th we will sell all groceries at
10 less than marked price and give the party making. ,
the largest cash purchase a 50 lb sack of Diamond M
flour absolutely free.
Sure we handle ice, and make daily deliveries.
Also Fruits; Notions, Oils etc.
We want your business. Produce taken same as cash.
ROY, N. M.
Is truly an art
Our workmen are real
mechanics who have
gone thru the school of
experience. ...
.. . -.. r- - t
James S. Christman
Driller and Contractor
Deep Holes a Specialty
Custom Plowing, Large Tracts
& John
son ;
For the best Service,
Qualit3rand Price
Trade with-
. Fresh Vegtables every Saturday

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