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CARLSBAD NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY NOV.. 20. I OOH
CHANGE AT NATIONAL
Meaart. Houaer and Armstrong
SaJI Their Stock and
A SUBSTANTIAL INSTITUTION
A Brief Resume of its Past Showi
it to be a Credit to the Town
The New Men Well Known,
Reliable Business Men
Hearing there had been a
change in the ownership of the
National Hank of Carlsbad, the
officials were interviewed by
this paper yesterday. II. A.
Houser, president, and R. B.
Armstrong, cashier, have sold
their entire stock in the bank to
C. II. McLenathen, C. M. Rich
ards and Elliott Hendricks. Mr.
Armstrong has resigned to seek
less confining work and Mr.
Houser to return to Illinois,
their resignations to take effect
January 1st, liXri. at which time
Mr. McLenathen will be presi
dent and Mr. Richards cashier
of the bank. The new men are
both old friends of the Cl'RRENT
and it is fortunate if there is to
be a change that the officers are
to be local men, fully acquainted
with the peoph here and with
the ways of this country, so
there will be no change in the
policy of the bank such as
there would undoubtedly be if
strangers came in. Mr. Mc
Ienathen has done as much as
any man in Carlsbad, in the
twenty years he has lived here,
to help build up the country,
has made a business success,
and is eipjiped in" every way
for the H)sition of president of
the bank. Mr. Morgan Livings
ton is to remain as vice-president.
Mr. Livingston is the
largest individual owner of cat
tle in this section and, it is un
derstood is the largest owner of
stock in the bank, and all know
he is to stay. Mr. Richard"
came here from l Muía, III.,
nve years ago, wrier ne was
cashier of the First National
Bank of that place for many
years. He went into the lumber
business here and organized the
Richards Lumber Co. "Bob,"
as he is known here, is a good
mixer, has had five years among
the people here and with his
long experience in the banking
business will be the very
man to make the bank grow, as
Elliott Hendricks. Dr. F. F.
Doepp and J. O. Cameron are
the remaining directors who
help in the management of the
banks' business. Mr. Armstrong
will remain here, but Mr. Houser
will return to Illinois after seven
years in the bank. He came
here to take advantage of the
climate and pronounces it the
in the world. When he
went into the S. T
as its cashier, it was only start
ing. He re-organized it as the
National Bank of Carlsbad, in
It ).'. and has seen the bank
grow to four times its size then.
Mr. Armstrong, as cashier, and
Mr. Houser as president took
hold when Mr. Bitting retired
and the bank had grown till to
day it makes the strongest state
ment it has ever made, and is
proud of the fact that it went'
thru the recent panic, without1
ever having had to sue a man on
! charge oil a loss. It also took1
care of all of its customers with
out borrowing any money or sel
ling any of its loans, due to its
policy of big reserve even at a
sacrifice of big profits, which is
the best safeguard to depositors.
The new managers have the best
wishes of all for future success,
Recipe for Pumpkin Pie.
First get your pumpkin. Then
kill it and skin it. Cut pumpkin
into small hunks with an axe.
Boil the hunks. Boil them some
more. Continue to boil hunks
until they become a mucky gob.
Unless you produce a mucky gob
the pie will be lumpy. And
fresh picked eggs to common
cows milk. Beat the eggs.
They may be hard to beat, but
beat them. Use a carpet lieater
if necessary. Now pinch the
wilt and add the pinch. Add a
dash of cinnamon, add a few
nutmegs (whole) these will give
the pie that rich nutty flavor so
much desired. Add three-1
fouiths cup of molasses. Do1
not add mustard -this is not a'
mutard plaster, it is a pie. Now
add this mixture to the mucky I
gob. Sur until thoroughly dis
solved. I-et stand while you
give your pie pans a
crust Then pour the mixture
into the pie pans until they slop
over. Place in a hot oven.
When you can't stick a fork into
the pies they are done. Re
move the pies from the oven and
place on the back piazza to oil.
If the dog likes them they're all
right.- Foolish Almanak.
Corner Stone Laying.
The following is the program
for the laying of the corner
stone of the new high school
building Sunday, Nov. 22:
Tyler, with drawn sword
Stewards, with roils
Master Masons of all lodges not
members of grand lodge
Grand Sec'y. and Grand Treas,
Grand Senior Steward
Bible Square and Compasses
Grand Junior Steward
Mayor and Aldermen )
Board of Education
J. Grand Warden 1
S. (5 rand Warden
Deputy Grand Master
Gr. S. Deacon. Grand Master andj
Gr. J. Deacon 1
Grand Sword Bearer
Pupils of F.ddy Co. Schools
Prayer by Grand Chaplain
Depositing articles in corner
laying of corner stone
Address by C. H. McLenathen
All Masons are requested to
be at the Masonic Hall promptly
at 2 p. m. Corner stone laying
THE OFFICIAL VOTE OF EDDY COUNTY
ELECTION HELD TUESDAY NOV. 3, 1908
OFFICES AND n
CANDIDATES 7 i. : 1 ; 2 ' ? . 2 3
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1 1 S -X. 55 3 , H K
Fur IM.-KHtr 1 I
O. A Larraxolo :tl L'.'S M !:! 7.". J'. 71 ! In ." !.H ilM
W. H Andrew SJ Hi ! :ii II 1.1 l.j :i k us",
Fur Council, 12th District
Wm. I. Mrlie 2 2T 1' IOH 77 . 7.V .',7 I2MM KJii 1
(."reed V. Coiieland . ... Js HI M IK .ri 12 I 2 21s, i
For KepreHentative, lUth Hist. I I I I '
CIibh. K. Brice :if 2tW 9:i W 7A S'." 75 Mi IHlun 7::i '
E Cook I, V 9 3H 15, f. IV I 1 241 I
Fur Sheriff- ! I I !
M. C. Stewart . . X.s "ni rU 110 7S, :4 71 M I t 11 111 III!)
For I'rohate Clerk I I I i
A. It. O yulnn . 21iJ W ll' 7, 3 SI ,V.t milrtllltt
Kor Treaaurer I I I
W. II. Merchant Xrti 2W 5' I0K ml U 7s .V.t 1:11112111.'
For Aaaeaaor ! ! 1 I i i I 1 ! 1
Jnn. W. Price . .'IMÍ 'Urt '.a; lti si Si fin i:i II il 11 10
For Probate Judge I ' I I ! I
li. W. Ijirremore .'C.: 287 W 1(1 7"1 31 7U1 61 13 11111111
For Supt. Schoola - i Í ' I 1 i
A. A. Kaiser :4W 2V:i !IS los m' . 7" .iS 13 11 13 1 1 1:1
For Surveyor - ' ' I
Joe M. Cunningham 3:il 2s:i '.hi 1117 7rt 3:1 71; r.s l:l 1077 IU77
Fir Com. Iíhi. No. i. 1 ! I
.1 II. CrahHin Ml 1"'.' Irt s- 1;; :i o :,T jv.V.i 1:11'
J. W. Turknelt l." S2 !xt ;'. 1, I I I
For Com. Iit. No. 3 ' 1 I 1 1 !
C. W. Keeman 34" VH'.' mi li7, 7Ü. 31, 7'" "t' 1 1 liMl liw.i
For CarUbad HriRe Mond .'o.1. IM it II, 4 22; m i ihi II I I
Aainnt CarUliad Kride HoiuIh ."i7 71 4á i V.i II 771 :t; 14 I I'.''
hor Artenia Kridee Honda l;i: 2i"i 3.ri 17 22' 22' 7 '.' Uoi fi74i 2.14 i
AKainnt Artexia Itriile Hondn ni s ;1 so 3.'i. 4 Tí, :!;: 14, :t4o,
For Hlaek Itiv. Uridre Homls l!Hl 2ii I1 IH li - 7 t!1 mil 4ü .V,
AvainHt Hlaek Kiver Bridge 1 1 II 1
Honda M 4H 42 K4i 17 ml 78 3". 4- 413, !
On account of a bobble in the
above table last week the table
jf it's 1 in Drugs you may
Three Essential Things
That are desirable when taking a prescription
to the Drug Store
(1) PURITY OF DRUGS
(2) PROMPTNESS OF SERVICE
(3) SKILL IN COMPOUNDING
For these three things we are conspicuous, for we
take a pride in filling all prescriptions accurately - fob
lowing the doctor's directions to the letter.
The Eddy Drug Company
Agents for South Bend Watches
BOOKS : DRUGS : JEWELRY
at new high
.'J p. m.
schistl Imililing at
Mr. Henry Smith and Miss
Li..ie West were married laM
night, at the home of the brides
mother, Mrs. West. Judge N.
Cunningham performing the
Henry is now in the employ of
Joyce-Pruit Co., ami is it very
steady and industrious young
man, while the bride, who has
grown from childhood here in
Carlsbad is a very charming and
popular young lady. The pres
ents were numerous and costly
especially that of the Carlsbad
Fire Department. A which
Henry is a member. The Cur
rent joins a host of friends in
wishing this young ciuple a long'
happy and prosperous married
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ala proration tbal bD ha baa Ml
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correction of the fiirures in th
is printed again this week and is
be sure we have it
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Are here and are we
with a full line nf
School Rooks and Supplies
Such na BiHiks, Slates, Tab
lets. S onges. Telicils. etc.
THE STAR PHARMACY
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Attornry and Counsellor al Law.
Will prm tn-i' In nil the roiulM of Ne.
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Phone 210. Bes., oOU W-7th-St.
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