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Saturday Jury tsfc 1922 "
THE SPANISH-AMERICAN
Published By
THE SPANISH AMERICAN PRINTING CG2SPANY
Frank L. Schultz, Editor. ,. Wm. G. Johnsony Associate Editor
Subscription $2.00 per year, payable strictly in advanee4
Entered as second-class matter at the post office in Roy, N. M.
Registered August 27,
PUBLIC PAYS THE PRICE OF APATHY
. I.
The steel kings are cautious, businesslike and deeply inter
ested in psycho-analysis. . They always study the mental reac
tion of the people. The price of steel depends largely on fuel
conditions, but the steel men know that despite the coal strike the
present is not a propitious moment to ask for more money. Even
tually, of course, the coal strike wiiljresult in an advance in steel
prices. That is a foregone conclusion. But a tilt in. prices now
would react unfavorably, and so the great captains of the industry
grit their teeth and await "der tag." Those whose business it is
to watch industrial movements predict that July wiü see the end
of the coal fconflict. By that time tse pinera are likely to have
reached the breaking point of endurance, and it is then the public
may expect to read in those newspapers whose publishers are the
constant and willing victims of the industrial press agents, the ac
cepted propaganda preparing the! publid mind for . a jraid, on the
pocket book. Both coal and steel will advance in pnce unless the
Unforseen takes place, and there is likely to be a race for the first
bid, wjth the chances in favor of th steel men. ' Certainly someone
' must pay the cost of stoppage of productoinand ott course the yic
mtim will be the good old patient public If the peple only realized
how much their pocket books are stripped because they fail to in
terest themselves in anything that does not strike immediately in
to the home, we might see a revival of community activity and'
a unification of public opinion that would result in more harmo
nious conditions. Every day the coal strike quite ignored by the
public is placing a heavier mortgage on the individual citizen,
who still passe her days of life serenely and unmindful of the fact
that he is continuosly caught between the nether millstones. "Tie
Lord helps those who help themselves, and1 consequently good care
is taken of the coal and steel barons.
HOME PHILOSOPHY FOR 1922
Don't it seem fine to get into your boat, lie face up in the sun
light an' drift down the stream of life without a care in the world ?
You pass hundreds of rocks, the eddies switch the boat from side
to side an' get you by safely, maybe withi here an' there a little
scratch but not enough to set you worrying.' An' tsen you get it.
Bump, an' over the falls you go. Boy, what a smash ! If you have
any thinkin' apparatus left you see where you tried to beat the
game an' it didn't work out. Old Cap Nature says you've got to
take hold of the oars an' row up stream if you want to land' safely.
Sometime's you've got to row mighty hard to make headway but
you might as well tackle the job, because there's no room for ar
gument Every river ends on the recks or in the mudbanks and
that's where the fellow lands who drifts down the stream.
Y
We have them
Wind-mills
Deep well pumps
Well pipe and cylinders of all
sizes, well casing of all sizes
or made to order
Safety Flues, any size
Galvanized barrels and tanks
H ardwa r e
Tinware
Garden hose and pipe supply
Roy Tin Shop
P. T. GIBSON, Prop.
Abstracts Abstracts Abstracts
We have the only complete tract index to the 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 Abstracts Co.
' " IN(X)RPÓRÁTED AND BONDED :
. Mosquero, New Mexico. ;
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Miaa Delia Harwkk oX Wyom
ing is visiting at; the --Tawac
home east o Roy, '
'
Ray Busey and Sam gallegos
were at. Wagpranoundi the' latter.'
part of last week; '
Mrs.. Ed- Farris: underwent
serious operativa at tfta Elumles
HrtcnifwT TtViiia-v At'nrfisent she
ds. reported! aa. doing: nicely..
Mr. Gibson of thee Wagons-
mound Telephone company,, vist
ited at the Gilstrap home in Koy
the latter part. of. last week..
W. H. Wilfcox and wife were
over from their Optimo ranch
this week-. They report every
thing looking- fine ia their vicin
ity. Rev. and Mrs.. Eumexiof Mos
quero are spending the week at
the Marion Connor home and at
tending the revival services, at
this place.
If you want that loam, you had
better see Schultz & Johnson at
once and make application as an
inspector will be here within a
very few. days,, , '
Frank Curns, prominent at
torney of Wagonmound, was in
Roy Sunday and watched his
home town base-ball team give
the Roy boys a good sound thr
ashing.
Joe Gilstrap and family spent
several days this week visiting
relatives in Roy. Mrs. Gilstrap
is a daughter of Mrs. J. B.
Lusk who has been seriously ill
at the Plumlee hospital.
Mrs. Avis Stultz and babe are
home near Mosquero this week.
Mrs. Stultz and the Wilson fam
ily spent Sunday evening at the
Johnson home in Roy and attend
ed Revival services Sunday even
ing. D. Elliott of Blackfoot. Idiiho.
is the new ODerator at the West
ern Union office, filling the va
cancy caused by the resignatio of
C,. H. Williams, who has entered
business at Ordway. Colorado.
Mr. Elliott is a "wireless bug"
of old standing having had seve
ral sets of his own during the
past several months.
Quite a number from Solano,
Mills and Mosquero attended the
revival services in Roy last Sun
day evening and listened to Rev.
Pope deliver that great sermon
"Morphine Tablets of Hell." The
Baptist church was crowded to
standing room long before the
services began and there were
many others seated in autos on
the outside before the open win
dows. The crowd began to ar
rive at the church before seven
o'clock and by half past seven
he church was filled to overflow
ing and admittance was denied
to all others after that hour.
The sermon mention of which is
made elsewhere in this paper,
was oneof the strongest and the
(nival uui.v ucutcicu in awvjt .
dreds oí Kev. .Pope s listeners
took his hand after the sermon
and they stated that they believ
ed every word that the minister
had spoken and they intended to
be benefitted by the sermon.
The Dorcnan boys, living north
of town, were arrested last week
for carrying concealed weapons
and having a gun in his possess
ion. The boys have not been
naturalized and did not knowit
was wrong or against the hw
for a foreigner or unnaturalized
person to have a firearm in their
possession. Judge Foster, after
hearing the evidence, advised the
boys regarding the law in this
rspect and then let them off with
a light fine.
Dainty annountements have
been received in Roy telling of.
the arrival of a little son at the
home of Mr and Mrs Chester
Scott at their home in San Jon,
N . M . The little fellow arrived
on the 23rd, and altho this was
Friday, yet we know he has a
great future before him just like
his father and mother. Every
one concerned is doing nicely, we
hear that Chester has already
begun teaching the banking bu
siness to his first born. Chester
was Assistant Cashier of the
First National Bank at this place
for several years, later becoming
Cashier of the bank at Wilárd,
and it at present Cashier at San
Jon.' We congratulate Mr and
Mrs; Scbtt on their first born and
trust that he rody' become tne
of, the great financiers of -the
west. ' -. " -, ''
little: girl breaks arm
EittTe Agnes-Patrick;, the 7
year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Patrick,, feJE from s
horse last Sunday afternoon, and
alighted' on her arm, Breaking
one of the bones jtrst below the
elbow ano? also dislocating; the el
bow anif otherwise splintering
the bone of the forearm, she was
brought to the Self Sanitarium
and a temporary adj ustment was
made-of the broken limb and she
was taken to the Dawson hospi
tal1 on Monday where an X-ray
picture was taken of the broken
member. The little girt suffered
severely from the accident, but
the doctor reports that she is
doing' nfcly, and arth the frac
ture' is a bad' one, it will soon be
gin to heal and there will in all
probability be no bad effects de
velops from the injury. How
ever she will be laid up for seve
ral months.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. & Land Office at Clay
ton, N. M. - -
June 15th, 1922
Notice is hereby given that
Leandro Archuleta, of Roy, liar
din gr Co, New Mexico, who, on
January 19th, 1920, made addi
tional Homestead Entry No.026-
355, for Nis-SEi, Sec. 33. NVfc
SWiA, N-SEi4, Sec 34. NWi4
SWÍ4, SWH-NW, Section 35,
Township 19N, Range 25E, N.M.
P. Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Final Three
Year, Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, be
fore F. H. Foster, U. S. Commis
sioner, at his office at Roy, New
Mexico, on the 26th day of July
1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Zacarías Ebel, Manuel Archu
leta, Julian Sandoval and Jose
Jesus Medina, all of Roy, New
Mexico.
H.H.Errett, .
Register.
Judge Fraker of Wagonmound
,was in Roy Sunday and watched
the team from that place take
the Roy boys to a genuine old
fashioned "cleaning-up."
3EBS2EB
Large
JrtV&K
.
ihosphate
Baking
Powder
; All aboard for Tucumcart Tue
sday July 4íIl.
Jobn Coffeen was in from his
Tajtch on business, last Monday
' , Billie Roberson, representing
the Ridenour-Baker Grocery Co.
was looking after business ; in
Roy the first of the week.
Mickey Floersheim and family
and Ms father and mother Mr
and Mrs Sol Floersheim spent
Sunday at the Jaritas ranch.
Andy Hern, local section fore
man returned last Sunday from
Tucumcarf, where he has been
for the past week consulting an
optician.
NOTICE
To the voters of Harding
County, N. M. Republicans, De
mocrats and ladies voters of Har
ding County have insisted on me
running for sheriff of Harding
County and wish to announce to
the public that I have decided to
run for sheriff regardless of po
litics and if elected will do all in
my power to enforce the laws,
stop boot-legging, gambling and
make Harding County a respec
table place to live in.
A vote for Gibson will be well
worth your time at the polls if
you want the laws enforced.
John F. Gibson
NOTICE
Public notice is hereby given
that a duly authenticated copy
of the last wil and testament of
John W. Robertson has been
filed for probate in the office of
the Probate Clerk for the County
of Harding, New Mexico; that
all persons having claims against
the estate of John W. Robert
son, are requested to file the
same with Ward, Askren &
Hedgcock of East Las Vegas,
New Mexico, the authorized at
torneys of the undersigned ex
ecutors, of said will.
IdaK. Payne,, ..
Kingman, Kansas.
Dessie F. Stites,
Wellington, Kansas.
Executors.
- 10-17-24-1
1. High Quality Wholesome .
high-grade materials.
2. Economy 25c for a large
can, 12 ounces.
3. Purity Contains no ingredient
that is not in itself wholesome.
4. Gives Fine Food Flavor Leaves
no bitter taste.
5. Dependability Unvarying per
fect results.
PC30SPC-3ATE
Can 12 Ounces, Only 25c
SPECIALl
NOTE Some groceri may
have a few cans left of Dr.
Price's bearing the label with
the special advertising offer
recently announced for a
limited period. Ask your
grocer about this unparal
leled bargain.
CONTAINS NO ALUM!
Roy vs Tucumcarl July 4th,.
Every body ínvited. ' j
W.. W. Gilstrap was a busi- ' ' :
ness visitor in Springer last Mon
day afternoon.
ANNOUNCEMENT
1 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.
In the District Court of the 8th
Judicial District in and for
the County of Harding,
State of New Mexico.
State of New Mexico, )
)SS. ..
County of Harding, )
John P. Felton,
Plaintiff,
-vs- No.64.
Thomas A. Turner and
Essie Turner,
Defendant
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that
under and by virtue of a certain
Execution, issued out of the abo
ve entitled court on the 9th day
of June, A. D. 1922, 1 will offer
at public sale to the highest bid
der cash in hand on the 18th day
of July, A. D. 1922, at the hour
of 2.00 o'clock P. M. of said day,
in front of the Post Office of the
Village of Mills, of the County
and State aforesaid, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
Lots ten (10) and eleven
(11) in Block, one (1) of
Cress heights addition to
the Town of MiÜs ,in Hard
ing County, New Mexico.
This sale is for the satisfaction
of a certain judgment in the
one & 76100-($861.76)-Doi-
lars and Ten and 75100
I (10.75) Dollars costs of this ac
tion, with interest and all other
costs since incurred.
Dated this 9th, day of June,
A. D. 1922.
, Geo. Br Spivey,
Sheriff, Harding
County, N. M.
617-24-1-8-15
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