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fhe Spanish-American, Roy. Harding County, New Mexico, Sato rday 20, 1922
Geo E. Cochrane THE AUCTIONEER Mills, N.M. Dates at this office. FATJO'S HONEY Fancy Comb : Extracted Honey For sale by the use mnd in 5 giL cans Retailed by all Leading Grocers 'Italian Bees and Queens Fatjo Apiaries P.O. Box Springer, New Hex. General Blacksmith and Machine Work, ACETYLENE WELDING AND DISC ROLLING AT THE OLD STAND, WITH.THE 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 band, also suits and dresses. Calls answered day or night Phone No. 58 ' Foster BIk. Roy, N. Mex. MONEY to LOAN ON REAL ESTATE V Kates Reasonable. Can Make Inspection Soon. .Write, Phone or See, Remejio Lopez MOSQUERO, NEW MEXICO. A NOTICE OF SALE FORECLOSURE OF MORT GAGE DEED : State of New Mexico, ) . )SS. County of Harding.,)!. Whereas, by virture of auth ority contained in a certain mort gage deed, duly recorded in vol ume 12, on page 393, records of deeds of Union Cnunt, State of New Mexico, said lands being then situated in said County of Union, on the 29th day of Jan uary, A D. 1921, duly executed and delivered to Roy Trust & Savings Bank, of Roy, New Mexico, by David Ballard and Jessie Ballard, husband and wife, on the 27th day of January, A. D. 1921, for better securing the payment of two certain promis s M-y notes of $693 21 and $2,500.- 00, respectively, more fully des cribed in said mortgage deed, executed and delivered by said David Ballard and Jessie Bal lard, to said Roy Trust & Sav ings Bank, on December the 20th and 31st, A. D. 1920, respective ly, and payable to the order of said Roy Trust & Savings Bank, on the 1st of March, and 31st of September, A. D. 1921, respectively. And, whereas, the First Nat ional Bank, of Roy, New Mexico, is the holder and owner of said promissory notes and mortgage deed securing the same, being the successor to said Roy Trust & Savings Bank, and the said David Ballard and Jessie Ballard, have made default in the pay ment of the sum of $1341-88 of said notes above described, and the same is now long past due and unpaid, with an addition al sum of ten per cent thereon as attorney fees, as provided in said notes; and, whereas, I, C. L. Justice, Cashier of said First National Bank, being duly auth orized and requested by said First National Bank, to enforce said mortgage deed and sell the following described real estate mortgaged therein, towit: the south-west quarter of Section two and the north-west quarter of Section eleven, in Township 20 north of Range twenty-nine east of the New Mexico Princi- nal Meridian New Mexico, contai- 'ning three hundred twenty acres, and being now situated in the new County of Harding, I will therefore offer for sale and sell between the legal hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 6 o'clock P. M., at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, -on Monday the 12th day of June, t A. D, 1922,at said described lands, with all the rights, members and appurten ances thereto in anywise belong ing, w Witness mv hand this 18th day of May. A D, 1922 First National Bank, of Roy. CI Justice, Cashier. By J. B. Lusk FOR SALE Sebirian and Gcr man Millet seed, very good and dean, at 2V$ cents per pound, see or write C. J. Burton, So lano, New Mexico. 20-27 'LET TÉ J.nst a little word, but how great the meaning! What one thing is more cherished than a letter from one you love ? But how much more a letter is appreciated if written in good taste on first class up-to-date stat ionery!.,., , ! , You will find our store up-to-date in all lines. We have all qualities and grades . And last but not least OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT , 'f.Jk We will gladly give you advice on the proper kind to use for all occasions so your correspondence will always be in good taste Come in and investigate our line. Our various other unes you will also find complete so when in need of anything don't forget to "Try the Drug Store First" FAIRVDEW PHARMACY The Roy Drug Store M. D. GIBBS, IProp. THE WORLD'S GREATEST ENGINEER How the Department of the In terior Makes this a Better Country to Live in. The department of the Inter ior exercises perhaps a greater influence on the actual pros perity of this nation than any other department of our Gov ernment. Its work is less con sejemos than that nf dpiuirt.- ments with which we are brou ght in touch every- day. Its agents do not often appear in the limelight, but in the far-dis tant places, in the desserts, the wilderness, the undeveloped min ing regions, the great forests of the north, they are unceasingly at work pushing forward new developments, improving irriga- tion, - prospecting for hidden I mines and preserving for the f u jture the great natural resources. I Our wonderful national parks jare also under the jurisdiction of this department. They, of 'course, include the famous Yel ! lowstone Park, perhaps the great lest natural show places in Amer jica. Its preservation is soly tdue to the foresight, intelligence and eternal watchfuDness of S this Department. The story of The World's ! Greatest Engineer, an account I of the Interior Department's j activities is one of a series of j articles on our country which is ! being mailed to many homes in j this community by the First , National Bank, The first num jber of this series, "When in the Course of Human Events," jwas the story of the writing ;and signing of the Declaration !of Independence. It was follow jed by an account of "The World's j Biggest Job," the story of the 'presidency. Then came "Our j Hand Across the Sea," an ac count of the State Department This was followed by "Couriers Who at Your Bidding Speed." an article on the activities of the Post Office Department. Other 'articles are yet to appear, one of I them each month, to complete .this interesting series upon this subject of Our Government.. j This series consists of hand somely illustrated booklets and .folders describing the functions ' and achievements of our Govern ment They are written in a t popular style which brings them 'within .the comprehension of school children t and of nefr or prospective '-citizens of foreign , birth. Interesting as they are, they nevertheless sacrifice noth ing of real educational value. Careful research and study have preceded their preparation and 1 1 iiest informed citizen is sure to find something m theiu that ii new to him. In order that this material may be preserved in permanent form, portfolios have been pre pared to hold the various arti cles as they appear These too, may be obtained free on applica tion. - ' , R NOTICE FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids wiH be received by the Board of Education of Roy Independent School District No. 3. Roy, Harding County, New Mexico, up to 8 o'clock P. M Monday, June 5th, 1922, for truck drivers of the six school routes for said district The bidders for said routes are to furnish their own trucks, also gas and oil etc, . and said bid must state specificaly which j 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. Bidders must be at least 21 years of age and the successful bidder will be compelled to have peronal supervision of routes and substitutes will be allowed only in case of sickness or other unavoidable circumstances which may be approved by the Board. Trucks used on routes will have to be equipped with some sat isfactory heating arrangements for the comfort of the children and trucks and equipment must be approved by said board of Education. A bond equal to the amount of the bid will be required from the successful bidders for the faithful performance of his du ties. The routes to be bid on are: Pleasant View, Wagner, Monto ya PocketRock Springs, the Eix 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 be 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. 3, Roy, New Mexico. Attest: William G. Johnson, Acting Clerk M 13-20-27-3 "SINS OF AMOTION' 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 Decem ber 31st, 1920, respectively, and filed in the County Clerks office in the county cf Union State of New Mezico, that being the coas ty of his then residence, sold and conveyed to Roy Trcst & Savings Bank, of Roy New Mexico, as mortgagee, the following des cribed personal property, tov.it: 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 give notice that I will, on the 22nd day of May, A D. 1922, be tween the hours of 10 A. M. and 6PM.OÍ 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. By J. B. Losk, Attorney TIRES TIRES We have them 30x3N. S. 9.00 to $12.00 30x3i2N. S 10.00to$17.85 Ford and Forson Parts, accessories, Mobil and Porarine oil a grade for each type motor. Our price is fair to you and to us. BAKER & SCHEIER Hospro Abstract 2nd Titla Company (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 Flowers for you anywhere in the United States on a few hours notice. Raton Greenhouses "THE NAYLORS" ' P. O. Drawer 349 Raton, N. M. 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 take ad-, vantage of it v - ' " IT TAKES MONEY always to take advantage of 6uch opportunity. . . . ARE YOU PREPARED TODAY? " - IF NOT, you cannot do a better thing thari to start an account TorDay. IF YOU are really ambitious to succeed you will not neglect this first opportunity and invita tion. , Bank of Roy Capital and Surplus $36,000-00 The Roy Garage which is known as the Beck Motor Co. Acetylene Welding Batteries Repaired Vulcanizing ' t General Auto nad Tractor Repairing Full Line Accessories Tires, Tubes, Oils and Gas Afl Work Guaranteed. Heyen & Bowman, Mgrs, Come in and let us figuro with you on your Tractor. W e will como out and pull your cil in. Phone No. 8 W. "SINS OF AMBITION" "SINS OF AMBITION'