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The Spanish-American, Roy. Harding Coonty, New Mexico, Saturday 20, 1922
CLASSAFIED Classified advertising is 5 a line, minimum charge for each insertion 25tf, ercept that six consecutive insertions will be given for $1.25. All classified advertising CASH IN ADVANCE. NO CHARGE orders accepted, as no books are kept on this class of advertising. SELL IT WITH INK" MISCELLANEOUS We have a fine unimproved 320 acres only 213 miles from Roy which we can sell within tie next few days at $4000.00. This is a fine little dairy farm and pra etically all of the land be plowed. $1500.00 down and the balance on long time at 8 takes this place. Write or see ' Schultz & Johnson, Roy, N. d. FT FOUND- FOUND The best advertising nedium on the mesa. THE SPA NISH AMERICAN has more pa d up subscribers in Harding County than all other country papers combined. A small want ad will bring results. WANTED to buy some chicks with hen. will pay $.10 a piece for chicks and $.65 for hens, see A. J. Hern, at section house, Roy, New Mexico. ' FOR RENT four room house within a mile of Roy, will rent cheap, see Floyd Ivey. Several from Mosquero were shopping in Roy last Saturday. Mabel White who is working for superintendent Beeth of the E. P. & S. W. at Tucumcari spent Sunday and Monday in Roy, the guest of Josephine Scott. The work on the salvaging of the burned school building is progressing nicely and if not too -milch rain should be completed by Saturday. The High School has received copies of their play entitled "And Home Came Ted" and are busy practicing every day in order to be able to give the play the fore part of June. GARDNER S. CHAPIN, M. D- . Physician and Surgeon GLADSTONE. NEW MEXICO Roy, Lmrn i fc" i .jt- k a AD. RATES FOR RENT OR SALE-The first house north of Dr. Gibbs' place.. Rent $15 per month and can be paid to the National Bank of Roy Price right for cash or terms in reason. , FOR SALE 3 or 4 head of Al milk cows, two with calves at side, others to be fresh soon.. AH are of a good milk strain and are Al milkers; will sell for, $50.00 each if taken soon. I also have 3 head , of . fine yearling colts that I will sell at $15.00 each. Come and look at them. Write or see Fred Pate, Route "A" Mills, N. M. . - 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 Recleaned Cane and Sudan Seed, mixed makes the best feed on the mesa. Price 3 cents per pound. F. A. Bruce, 2V-2 rniles east of Roy. 6-13-20-27-P. FOR SALE Good White face bull two years old. If interested write Jose U. Baca, Route "A" Roy, New Mexico. 5-20-27 J. W. Shotwell left for El Paso, Texas, Monday where he went on business and will be gone several days. T. A. Brown who has been overseeing the salvaging at the school building returned to Clo vis on business. He will return , to Roy as soon as the insurance lis adjusted and rebuild the school house. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wright and family left Monday last for Leota, Kansis, where they will visit a few weeks and will pro bably later settle in Oklahoma. F S. Brown shooed a car load of fat porkers to the city mark ets last Friday. Mr. Brown has shipped several car loads in the past, few months and will con tinue shipping as long as he can find enough porkers to make car load lots. i Saturday ' ' : p . - MATSON NAMED FOR STATE TREASURER BY GOVERN OR MECHEM On Monday Governor AL C. Mechem announed the appoint ment of O. A. Matson of Albu suerque to fill the vacancy caus ed by the resignation of State Treasurer C. U. Strong, which was filled about two months ago. The Strong resignation was to be effective on the completion of a check up of his office by travel ing auditor A. G. Whittier. This check up is now practically com plete and it is thought that Mr. Matson will be able to file his bond and make other arrange ments to take over the office by June 1st. Mr. Matson has announced that he will be in Santa Fe with in a few days to discuss the mat ter with Governor Mechem and Treasurer Strong, and also to make arrangements to establish his residence in the . city so as to give the office his personal attention. . The appointment of Mr. Mat son, who is a successful business man and has had experience in public affairs as a former treas urer of Bernalillo county, is look ed upon as a very excellent se lection by the Governor. , Mr. Matson's political friends have already slated him for the next republican candidate for State Treasurer so that in the event their hopes are canned out his term of office will ex tend beyond the first of next January People who love horses, ponies and dogs, (and there are few of us who do not) may be interest ed in the news that this year Gentry ' Brothers are carrying with their famous show a veter anarian, a highly specialized surgeon and practioner, who ex plains to visitors interested in animals how Gentry Brothers carry over 200 ponies on the road and never have any ill for any length of time. .This is true of the Gentry horses and dogs, also to sav nothing or the wild animals in the interesting arena of the thow. The veterinary surgeon in vites btockmen to visit him at the circus grounds in Roy on Saturday May 20th when Gentry Brothers Famous Shows come to town. . . . - " Senator Mitchell was" up from his Albert ranch the later part of the week. Mrs. Yeargain is reported luite sick at her home at the Home Restaurant. . Mrs. J. W. Quick and children spent a few days last week vis iting Springer friends. ' May 20, 1922 A H - - i XLS i v.. "-' PJf rM mW Ks'f HAS A MODERN SOUND Twenty-two hundred years ago Socrates wrote, "The children now love luxury, they have had manner,s contempt for author ity, they show disrespect to el ders and love - chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, not the slaves of their households They no longer rise when an elder enters the room, they . contradict their parents, chatter before company, gobble up the dainties at the table, cross their legs and tyrannize over their pedagogues. Alci baides even smacked a literary rmaster. Well, Greece fell, you remem ber. HUNDREDS FLUNK IN ' SPELLING A majority of the 8th grade pupils in eight widely seperate Indiana 'towns failed to reach a passing grade of 75 in , their spelling grade3 which would per mit them to enter high school this year. The 20 words which flunked them were acquire, ori ignal, disease, annual, associa tion, excellent, completely, dis appointed,, attendance, familiar, extension, inferior, merely, nec essary, merit, cordial, probably, sense, organization and planned. A3 a result the old-time spelling bee is to be revived in Indiana and perhaps a state famous for its poets and authors of best sellers may yet learn how to spell. - . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. LAND OFFICE AT Clay ton, New Mexico, April 14 1922. NOTICE is hereby given that Thomas Hughes, of Roy Harding Co., New Mexico, who, on May 8th, 1919. made Homestead En try, No. 026222,, for SVaSE Sec! 10. SWV4;Sec. 11. NW Vi, SWVINEV4, Sec. 14, NE; NWViSEii, Section 15, Town ship 18 N. Range 25 E. N. M. P. Meridian has filed notice of in ention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the, "land above described, before F. II. Foster, U. S. Commissioner at hisoffice at Roy, New Mexico, 'on the 25th, day of May, 1922. liaimaui, iicuuea aa wiuicboco. Leandro Archuleta, J. H. Hughes Manuel Archuleta and Harry Stafford all of Roy, New Mex- H. II. Errett, " '.Register. We understand that Harry Stafford has purchased a fine new Dodge and will leave in a few days with his family for a , weeks visit with relatives near jDalhart. . '7 ft li JU F3 Ii Abstracts Abstracts Abstracts We have the only complete- tract index to tlie Harding; County Records. . We have an experienced abstracter in charge of our business. - . We give our entire time and attention to the abstract business. ' Our abstracts are approved by all loan companies oper ing in Harding County. -. We can furnish abstracts promptly,, and at a reasonable charge. ' , . Harding County Abstract. Co. INCORPORATED AND' BONDED Mosquero, - New Mexico.. E. F. HENRY CONTRACTOR. ( Cement, Stucco and Plasterer ROY, NEW MEXICO one C M ay i 11 i i r 1 a v J In a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of Turkish. Virginia and BuRLEYTobaccos County Clerk Anderson and :amily visited Roy relatives and attended th" 'I'- .i- Y'll ga'n S E. Pelphrey of French was in Roy Monday enroute to Mos ouero where he expects to bid on the Solano school building. A fine rain visited'the mesa last Sunday which will be of great benefit to the farmers. A heavy rain fell at Springer al so a few miles north of Roy. About one inch of rain fell at Roy. Mr A. A. Kidd who had a stroke of paralysis last week is slowly recovering and in a few weeks will be able to be up and round again.- His many friends are glad to know that he is on the road to recovery. r P T. Gibson the tinner -has rented the Roy Trading Co's., building near the First National Bank;and will move his tin shop id that place m a few days. Mr. GibsOn will also handle deep well pumps, windmills and shelf hardware". Watch for his 8 ad which will appear soon in the S. A. when he moves. -. Prof. Bazzill who. has recently been employed ' as superintend ent of the Roy Schools has writ ten the board that he will accept the position and will become a resident of Roy within a short time, Mr. Bazzill comes to Roy highly r recommended :; and the board is looking forward to a very successful term of school. ANNOUNCEMENT ; 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. ' "THE ARRIVAL OF KITTY" - eleven cigarettes Three Friend! jrf Gentlemen ' ,. - -St "'- TURKISH í.piií VIRGINIA BURLE X FIFTEEN FITTH AVE. HtWVMH CITV .... Mr R. Lopez was up. from the county seat the first of the week on business. , Miss Rose Broyles of Solano Spent Sunday at the Ray Carr home in this place. Mr. and Mrs. : Ernest Parkes and daughter of Mills attendee the Mother's day exercises in Roy last Sunday. i G. B. Bruening of French, N. M.. was in the city last Friday figuring on the work of constru ing the new school house at Kephart. Mike McGuire our efficient school janitor has rented the Johnson property near the new school building and will make his future home there. Mrs. J. B. Lusk who has been visiting relatives in. Oklahoma the past several weeks returned home Sunday. Mr. Lusk met her at Tucumcari and accompan ied her home. . . . The base ball p dance given at the Community Hall last Satur day evening was fairly well at tended 'and the boys realized a nice sum of money for their .treasury.; r ' . Mayor Brown of Mosquero at tended the ball came Sundav and watched Roy trim the Loretta- Dawson team. Mr. Brown is quite a baseball enthuiastic and enjoys good games. " Roy Hephner and family of neav fMnActrvrie urns visitinof his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hephner of this place last Sunday and took in the Roy-Dawson ball game. By the way, Roy is a member of the Roy ball team. , The eighth gradepupils re ceived their state . grades last Sunday and all are happy as pra ticaliy evpryone passed the state examination. Two or three will hav t tak the arithmetic ex amlnjition the last of the week. \n\n W "irte. v"