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TAc panish-American, Roy. Harding County, Nw Mexico, Saturday May 20, 1922.
iiiüiiiiüüü Slülü ? 1922. That - the New Mexico Normal University is doing work k ot more than state wide impor E5 I tance is shown by the fact that sMll!lllll!lllinilllllllll!I!l!iilllll! m the class of isS Personal Mention! "SINS OF AMBITION" Miss Etta Reed of Washing ton, D. C. is visiting her sister Mrs. Harve Hickel of east of town. Superintendent M. L. Hen dricks was a business visitor in Springer last Saturday, return ing Sunday. Don't let that miserable tired feeling become a habit. Get rid of it today by taking Tan lac. Fairview Pharmacy. ' Miss Shirley Nutter left Wed nesday for Dawson, where she will attend to business matters for the balance of the month. HiramUpton was up from his La Cinta canyon ranch Wednes day having Dr. Brown look after a tooth that has been causing trouble. Miss Martha Simons, book keeper at the First National Bank, spent several days last week with her paints on the Johnson mesa. Burton Thomas, of Solano, was in Roy Wednesday on busi ness, while here, he made a call on the S. A. and reports that the crop outlook in his vicinity is looking brighter every day since getting about three inches of rain. Elvin Nickens owner of the Roy Theatre who has been work ing at Lamy for the past several months is in Roy this week look ing after business matters. Mr. Nickens tells us that the picture show will be l'un twice a week beginning in the near future. MILLS AND VICINITY Another good rain and a bad hail v's'led this part of the coun try Sunday afternoon . Hail fell that would measure in size all the way from a pea to a hen egg provided the egg was not too big. . The fields are water soak ed and the roads are nearly im passible in some places. The Mills base ball team played the Abbott team on the Mills diamond last Sunday after noon which resulted in a tie. John Hepburn of Abbott receiv eda sprained limb while trying to make "third", and another young man also of Abbott was accidently hit in the head with a ball and was unconsious for some time. His comrads revive resent 13 counties and seven states. Of the 48 graduates elect 25 áre from without San Miguel county. There .are 21 candidates for degrees above high school rank, which shows that the efforts of the school to increase interest in yreparation for te higher levels of the teach ing profession are bearing fruit. Of the 27 candidates for higlt school diploma, 14 are from with out San Miguel County; iof the 13candidates for degrees of Bach elor of Pedagogy, 8 are from without San Miguel county; of the 5 candidates for Master of Pedagogy, three are from with out San Miguel county .The num ber of students from San Miguel county shows larger than a bona f ide count would give for the same reason that many students move to Las Vegas to avail them ed him with some muddy water which they trew m his face but selves of educational opportuni he was unable to finish the ties, giving their residence as igame. Euplio Baca of Mills received a sprained thumb and as yet shuns the ordeal of shak ing hands. So much for a Sun day base ball game ! , Las Vegas, who after gradua tion, again move to other parts. The class numbers 35 gins and 13 men . The candidates for graduation Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith re-'are. turned Sunday from a business trip to Guymon, Oklahoma,. They brought back a little white Spitz dog for a rtlayfellow for their childen. Mr. and Mrs. Winzel Swaim. Bachelor of Art in Education Lorraine Trainer, Irene Witt Howe and Emile M. Baca, all of Las Vegas. Master of Pedadgogy A. May Osmond, Cochranville, Pa Elvin and Mae Nickens were up ! Earl J. Beck, Dexter; Mary Holt. from Roy Sunday visiting at the i Roswell ; Mrs. May Thornburgh T. E. Silver home. Winzel tells us that he has bought his wife a car. We would certainly like to quarrel with someone, especially that "devil' in the print shop. but past experience has taught and Isabelle Straussen, Las Ve gas. Bachelor of Pedagogy Irene Gage, Artesia; Pearl Campbell, Irene Schmidt, Raton; Anna Faircloth, Katherine Faircloth, Santa Rosa; Selina Sizer, Pasa- 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. . Coming "No Woman Knows" Watch for the date. Universal Special. ', NOT 100 CARS PER DAY 200 PER WEEK Several of our Dawson readers have taken exception to an arti cle appearing in our last issue headed "Loading 100 cars of coal every day at Dawson." In as much as the mines there are working only two or three days per week, we were in error in stating that the above number of cars are being loaded every day. One hundred cars is the average days loading for day3 that the mines apérate. us that we get beat when we monte; Concetta Tartaglia, Al start anything with him, there-jbuquerque; Mae Jones, Duncan, fore no matter how much else i Ariz; Myrtle Billau. Louise De we wouia like to tell him, we can but say that he is alright. Your challenge is accepted. Na"ne your subject and shoot; you're faded. New Devil. Bolt, Eliza Armijo, Lela Cros- sett and Isabelle Bustos, Las Vegas. High School Diploma Gladys McCann, Florence, Ariz; Eliza- the NOTICE OF MEETING call is hereby issued for De mocratic Precinct Chairman of Harding County to meet at Com munity Hall, in Roy, New Mex ico, on Saturday evening, May 27th at 7:30 P. M., to discuss the coming Campaign. . State Chairman Geo. H. Hunker will be present. All Democrats of the county are urged to attend this meeting. ; V,. W. H. McCarger, County Chairman. Rothenberger and Schultd of beth Hawk, Taos; John Stan Chico were in Mills Tuesday on' field, Cecil Walk, Grady; Ora business connected with the sta-! Mitchener, Salesville, Mont; Al te highway through that place. bert Schmidt, Long Beach Calif ; The school board held a meet- Anna Maud Anderson. Colmar; imr Mondav during which var- Me wnitaKer, lwa visa; uon ious matters of business were ie Taylor, Elida; Karl Leake, disposed of. They decided to!inam' Aia5 Vraeu au" hire Prof. Yarbrough of Solano P?bach' Ry;50S i10' T33 a principal, Jeannette Lusk of 'V' "...u. Roy and a lady from Sybil Liesse, Madrid; Esther POOR LITTLE KITTY The play of "The Arrival of Kitty" which was to be staged at the Community hall Tuesday evening May 30th, was called off for some future date. We are sorrythat plans of the concerned did not mature, but like every thing else, it is very hard to get every one taking part together whenever necessary. By having more time, it will give them more practice wherein they can assure the public of its success. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. LAND OFFICE AT Clay 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, NE1Í.NW1,., Sec. 18. Twp. 21 N. R. 29 E. EVfcN EiA, Section 13, Township 21 N. Range 28 E N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land a bove described, before F. H. Fos 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 Mexico and W. P. Carter, and D. R. Gallegos of Kephart, New Mexico. H. H. Errett, Mound will be two of the teach-1 Horn, Edward Deutshman, John ers. The board is planning on Samford. Pete Pankratz, Doro repairing the 'little school house' thy Stewart Clem Samford, An and hiring trucks to take the nette De Bo Louise Ackernian, country pupils into town to Josephine O Malley, Joe Baca, ui - ! Russell Lmberg. Emma Lou mT. . , , Witt, Delia Chambers, Las Ve- The hail storm Sunday even- gaSi ing beat the rubberoid roof off 1 ' ' of G. C. Till's and Thurmanl ' Cases' houses . Thurman had to ! MOTHER'S DAY AT LIBERTY go visiting until it quit raining so he could repair same. PALOUSE VALLEY A nice rain visited our com nity Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Henry Flies called on Mrs. T. J. Price Monday. Mr. and Mrs-. Cleveland and family visited, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and family. Mr. and lufs. Price and Mae visited at the Shell home Sunday. The apron party at White's Tuesday night was agreat sue Mother's Day was observed by the Liberty Union, Sunday School, with an all day session. At llo'clock the Sunday School lesson was . discussed, at noon hour a bounteous basket dinner wns served, and greatly enjoy ed, as it was the hour of feast ing and mingling with friends. The program which was in charge of Mrs. James Christ man and Mi's. Gilliam was splen did, consisting of Readings, pa pers and songs about "Mother" The children as well as th s Lgreat sue- cess each girl took an apron and .nn. ' inRnirational talks on "Mother" by members of tha neck tie the boys drew for part ners and had to hem the apron that matched his tie. E. Coi'.ver , Paul Rucker. Mr. Shell and Ray Shell helped T. J. Price dehorn cattle Monday. Mi's. E. t'oliver and son Otis visited Lxoks Estes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John McDaniel spent SiMc'&y with Jl. and Mrs. John f.tevenson. J. I!. Ff"'-i ror and r.ff.!!y have mowd to enfrir ranch Mr. Jap Pounds is f-;pnding 'liu tiuiviief rith h;.i brother-in-law 1) . 1 . Shaw .- - School c.fed the 1 9th, the ciilcTf n aro planning on good tiir"s ciJ.nni; vacation A farewell party was given Mr. and Mrs. Coliver at their home last Saturday night. A congregation were greatly enjoy ed. - At the close of the program, three gifts from the Sunday School were presented to the oldest, mother, the youngest mother and the mother with the largest family. In. a few well chosen words the suprenf.endant. Mr. Ogden, presented the books and made a shor; talk on the Sunday School and urged every person in the community to become co-workers in the Sunday School. Rev. Willinghara delivered, a stirring address on "Mother" and many evidences of love for our mother was manifested. The building was packed to its capacity, naving many visitors 1 J - J 1 J large crowa atwsnaea anu evy f - R d g()lano one had an enjoyable time, tho. J we will certainly miss them. Mr. J. B. Jones, better known as "Jaw Bone" was in our City this week, couponing the city for the well known Proctor & Grambel Products.- The White Naptha. We are always pleas ed to see this form of advertis- MILK, MILK, MILK. . Dairy products of all kinds fresh wholesome milk delivered twice daily both morning and evening. 12 quarts for $1.00 Leave orders with the delivery boy either morning or evening. H . JCennard & Sons 20-27-4 In the Justice . Court, Before the Hon. F. H. Foster, J. P. Pet., No.. 3, Harding Coun ty, New Mexico. State of New Mexico ) )SS. . County of Harding. ) Nel3 L. Benson, Florence E. Benson. Plaintiffs, '. vs ' American State Bank, ' Harrisburg, Texas, 1st National Bank, Roy, New Mexico. Defendants. Replevin Action NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF ACTION The above named Defendants are hereby notified that an ac tion of Replevin has been com menced against them by the above named Plaintiffs in the Justice Court, Before the Hon. t: tl. Poster, Esq.. Justice of the Peace in and for Pet. No. 3, Harding County, New Mexico; wherein said Plaintiffs have caused to be replevined from Defendants two 4th., Liberty Loan U. S. Bonds, numbered 114,159 and 114,160; that unless you appear on or before the 1st, day of July, A. D. 1922 and ans wer said Replevin action, judge ment for the possession of des cribed 4th., Liberty U. S. Bonds, will be given Plaintiffs herein. Dated at Roy. Harding Coun ty, New Mexico, this 11th., day of May, A. D. 1922. J. G. Gambrel, Constable Pet. No. 3 Harding County, New Mexico. 5-20-27-3-10 Is your appetite jaded? Is your digestion poor? If so, Tan lac is wat you need. Fairview Pharmacy. " : ' 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 1 dental troubles . . . Mr. W, R. Bradley and son Lysle of the Mosquero neighbor hood ,were business visitors in Roy Wednesday. . P. JI. Simons and wife, of the Johnson Mesa, are spending a few days this week with their daughter Miss Martha at this place . We deliver any place in town - any time j Groceries' and Meats ICE ICE ICE ICE Just received a car load of ice we deliver same any time of the 5day. Come in or cafl up; and save the difference. THE CITY MEAT MARKET OSCAR KIDD Prop. ROYrN. M. j The stomach regulates the con dition of the blood and is the fountain head of health or dis ease. Get your stomach right by taking Tanlac. Fairview Pharmacy. OLIVER and John Deere Implements are quo ted at prices so that the farmers can buy them. See BAUM BROS. EFFECIENT AUTO REPAIRING Is truly an art Our workmen are real mechanics who have gone thru the school of experience . SERVICEGARAGE RAYMOND1 EENDETON,, MSR. James S. Christman Driller and Contractor Deep Holes a Specialty -Ciistom Plowing, Large Tracts ROY. NEW MEXICO IS P. ft 6. WHITE ft SOAP FREE A representative of the Procter & Gamble Co., has delivered to your home a P. & G., the White Naptha Soap, coupon. The S. E. Paxton Gro cery Co , will be glad to redeem this coupon for you- Don't hesitate and say 1 will do it tomorrow. bllty get on the job and bring it in do it nOW It may be lost and during these hard times it is well to get all you can for nothing. WE HANDLE AND RECOMMEND P & G "THE WHITE NAPTHA SOAP" S. E. PAXTOII GROCERY COMPANY "A Square Deal Every Day. Register. ing in oar city. r;, "SINS OF AMBITION' r, 3C ml