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THS CARIARA T) C'timBWT. FRIPAT, RRCUMPTO 1t. Oxy-Acetylene Welding
I HAVE INSTALLED MY WELDING EQU P
MENT IN RENICKS GARAGE AND CAN NOW
DO YOUR WELDING AT A REASONABLE
PRICE. I WILL APPRECIATE ANY JOB YOU
MAY BRING TO ME EITHER LARGE OR
REMEMBER MY WELDING HOLDS
H. J. HALL
Hare your s gi i -I write
letter on any make, or aever
al makes of Typewriters.
Then bare the same etenogra
pher write the same letter on
Compare the resolta yourself,
or hand the finished products
to a competent critic and aak
Mm to pick out the neatest let
ter. The reasons are built In the
ask Kou MMOMMUnM
TYPEWRITER GO. ,
M North Ilenrbom Ht.
MfROVID UMFORM BfTIWA'nOKAl
Br nav. p. a mtSATSR, o. r.
Teacher of English Bible In th Mnodr
Blblt Instituí of Chicas )
ripTf1tit IMt ffMtfrn M.w.paavr t!..
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 31
Iv AlsKIt- !' I
" Laat Friday Ulght Mr. W. H An
iel and Mrs. Blanch Riser, or Carls
bad, New Mexico, wire married In
the parlor of Hotel Central, by Judge
T. It. Owen, who Is Justice of Uie
Peace here, the ceremony being wlt-j
nested by Mr. and Mrs. Jackson.
The couple left the following day
ror l'.l raso, wnrrr iiuwy i-, , w
make their fióme. Van Horn Advocate.
WONT ItONII (IKIIIN
John W. Corliln, state treasurer
elect, telephoned James F. Hlnklt
here IbhI night, taying that hi' had
received notice from tho honditiK
i (tin i 1 1 1 h that (Bey would not ac
eept his bond. Mr. Corhln stated
that the officials of the company
gave no reason for thin action. Un
der he Ktate laws a personal bond
rail not he accepted, anil If Mr. Cor
hln In tumble to make bond the
present mate treasurer will huid ov
er, as thu law y that he must hold
office until his miceessor In elected
and finalities. The hond of the state
treamircr In New Mexico la set at
$3,000,000, the highest or any state
In the Union. KohwcII News.
ODKKKI.I.OUH KI.KtT OKKK'KIM
Kddy Lode No. 21, I. O. O. F ,
! officers last week, as follows:
Jni'ob J. Crubaugh, noble grand.
Hay V. Davis, vice grand.
Victor U Mlnter, secretary.
sum Lusk. treaaurer.
Member 'of the hoard of trustee!
for term of three yean, Vlrtor I..
Appointive officers will he an
nounced on night of Installation,
which will be held January I, 1922.
A bnhy daughter was born Christ
mas Kve. to Mr. and Mrs. Hill Hud
glns at their home in this city. The
Curran I wishes the little one and her
young parent! all kinds of success
34x4 OLDFIELD CORD $27.00
while they last
STOCKWELL AUTO SERVICE STATION
Service That Pleases
Pratt - Smith
All Waal RmhrlM nufulxl to luU .
so giro lasting HaUafacUou atad Service. Tmilor.J to It your own
" - .a A aawa . a, w - .
uuMHjyiu uwm iiwjr out-wear two or tares rnomply pot togeth
er aulu: not lowest lu ptice in the beginning, put ttiey aro lowest
priced U the mid. I'rired lower Shan any other Quality line.
- as uow your rase rare for Ojos Halt or Overcoat. We also
Tailored Costs (or Wooaau. of same materials and de
i 00 is.
tewovsAed at 1. sweat Mesa) for Good Work
Altering, Repairing, Cleaning and Pressing
at Reasonable Charges.
Jacob J. Smith
nol.PBN TEXT Th Spirit of th
lrfird la uiKin ni, b.uK h. Iialh anointed
an to or.aih (lis eoapcl to lh. poor.
DKVOTIONAI. RBAIHNO Psslm M.
i'lllMAHV ToriC Ksvorwl Slurl.a of
J i Mi m TOPIC'-Jeaut Wnt About Do
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
-How Jmui Mlnlalarml to ths Paopl.
VOt'NU l'BOPIJC AND ADUDT TOPIC
-bom Characteristic of J sua' Mtnlaury.
sim e sil the lessons of the quarter
save one are from Luke, and the cen
tral and unifying theme la Jesus
Christ, a profitable way to conduct
the review, ss suggested In I'elouhet'i
Not aa, WORM lie to assign the follow
ing topics to the members of the
ctsst to make a brief report upon :
I. Christ's Mission to tbe World,
8 Christ's Helpers and How He
.1 Christ's Divine Power and How
He Kxercleed It.
4. Christ's Methods of Teaching.
B. (Crist a Love In Its Many Manl
6. Christ's Courage and How He
7. Christ's Foes and Hla Dealings
8. Christ's rity for Sinners.
0. Christ's I'ssslug Through Human
111. Christ aa a Missionary and an
II. Christ's Relation to the Father.
12. Chrlst'a Preparation for the
Climax of His Life.
Another way would he by summar
Ir.ing each lesson. Mu. lug the out
standing topic and teaching of each
lesson. Tbe following iiiggeatlo'ii
are offered :
Leston 1. The birth of John the
Baptist, which from the hiimiin Mnnd
point Was Impossible, was antaiunced
lo Ills fu i liei , .adiarlas. Fur his un
belief he was smitten with dumbness.
(Iixl expects of his servant unques
tioned belief In what He promises.
Lesson 2. Jcmis was horn In Bethle
hem Just as the prophet hail foretold
some 7isi years before, and at the sge
of twelve years, he consciously en
tered Into the services of Hod's house.
Though conscious of His divine being
and mission, He lived a life of filial
l esson 3. John the Baptist's mln
Istry was a preparation for the com
ing of Christ. He fearlessly preached
repentance and pronounced Judgment
upon (he Impenitent. Tliongh a mighty
preacher, be humbly declared that
Oh rial waa Immeasurably grenter
Lesson 4. Jesus Christ after till
baptism was led by the Spirit Into
the wilderness to be templed of the
devil. The purpose was to test the
reality of the incsrnullon. The re
sult was complete victory a demon
stration of Hla ability to save to the
uttermost all who hum linn
Lesson 5. Isaiah foretold the gold
en age upon the earth when Christ
Lssaon 0. While Jesus was hers He
beiiled all kinds of diseases and cast
out devils. He authenticated Hla
mlasloii and proved Ills power to for
give sins by miraculous deeds.
Lesson 7. Jesus taught the dis
ciples the principles which should
govern In Ills kingdom. Only those
who have been horn from above can
love their enemies.
Leaaen t. While In Slmon'a house
at dinner, a woman wbo had been a
notorious sinner snolnted Jesus' feet
and wiped them with her bslr. The
sinner's gratitude to Jesus for for
giveness Is measured by tbe appre
hension of sins forgiven.
Lsssen t. Jesus went forth through
out every city preaching the glad tid
ings of the Kingdom of Qod. The fact
of salvation for slna through a cruel
fled Redeemer la truly glad tidings.
Leaaen 10. Jesus sent forth mis
sionaries with tbe realisation of the
big talk before them, and with power
to perform supernatural deeds to au
thenticate their misal oo. Those wbo
realise the bigness of their task will
earnestly pray that tbe Lord Will
send forth laborers Into His harvest.
Laaesn 11. Jesus' reply to tbe ques
tion of a certain lawyer, "Who la my
aelgbborf" shows that the all-Important
consideration It not "Who la my
aelgbborT" but "How can I show that
I asa a neighbor r'
Lessen 12. a certain rich man In
bit perplexity over his prosperity de
rided to provide larger stores and tat
tle down to s life of aensuoua Indul
gence. The one who lays up treas
ures aw earth aad Is not rich toward
-Ood is a fool.
Dlbbrell Pate and Misa Mildred,
hla slstw. are among others of Carle
bad's aludenta who have been at
tending school at other places, who
are at home for the Holidays, arriv
ing from Baylor Saturday nlsht.
They and Frank Smith, also a stu
dent at the college, were detained
over nlgtit at TVcos, fue train from
the eaat falling to make the custom
Hra. A A. Kaiser this week severs
her connection wltb the schools of
Carlsbad as a teacher, and begins
the work of eounty tuperlnlendent.
Mrs. Kaiser baa been one of Hie very
belt educators in our school system
and all part from her with regret,
extending beit wlthea to her aa she
takes up the more responsible and
arduout dutlet of tbe county. Mrs.
W. O. Donley bar "been elected to
fill the vacant place In the rank of
teacbera In the Orammar school.
Consolation, Leva, Faith, Hope, Life.
May Consolation trolls en every
pain, and Ixve put her bain on every
wound that life bear I May faith
strengthen you all In your, unavoidable
trials and Hope whisper through all
sorrows thai this terrestrial life of
ours la a mere shadow of Hat Life that
never dirt. Maaalal.
Charity Among Yourselves,
But befase ail things have a con
stant mutual eheHfy among yourselves,
for charity cov sfefg a multitude of
Silts . (Petar.:
Mr. and Mra. L. 8. Perry made a
hurried trip to the northern part of
t.he valley last Friday night. They
atopped at Dexter and were accom
panied on the return trip by Mrs. J.
8. Perry, who spent Christmas Day
with her children here, returning
Monday night to her borne.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry ftrhmarge, of
Belen, New Mexico, are holiday
guests of the family of W. P. Mudg
ett, in La Huerta, Mra. Schlbarge
being a daughter of Mr. and Mra.
WE ARE AT
You can't afford to
junk that engine or
windmill when I can
make it as good as 'new.
Neither can you take
the chances on losing
your well by inexperi
enced men working on
them. I have the tools
and the knowledge nec
essary to use them.
J. E. D'ARCY
or Phone 122J
On Any Make of Machine.
Work called for and delivered
THE EDDY COUNTY
TWO MKXICANH CAUGHT
Friday morning, about 1:00 a. m
Sheriff Cummlnga received a message
from Hierra Blanca that a tutplclou
looking car waa muing Ifi way to
ward Van Horn. He and tbe night
watchman, J. P. Breedlove, took
their stand, oa ths highway at the
eiTfo of town.
Presently tho car came along and
rolled gracefully into tbe trap s
for them. The capture codalatM or
one car, two Mexicans, and what
waa supposed to be ten or fifteen
gallons of intoxicating beverage. Tbe
men were headed for Carlsbad. Van
Prof. W. o. Donley will attend
the Inauguration at Santa Fe, leav
ing here Saturday. Ho. will attend
the meeting of the State Council or
Education, he being a member of the
committee, which will meet on the
second of January to formulate the
legislative program for the teachers
of tbe atate.
A pleaaant variety waa given to
the Kpworth League services at tho
Methodist church Sunday night, at
the regular League hour. The mem
bers led by Mlaa Wardle natea, en
tered In procesalon, singing that old
favorite, "Holy Night." and after
ward other hymna suitable to tho
Yuletlde season were sung.
Mrs W. A. Forehand jwas taken to
tbe Slaters Hotpltal for an opera
tion, for appendicitis, from which
she Is reported at recovering nicely.
weak, acakf, nervous feel
I began to try medicines
knew I was getting worse.
did not aeem to aWdtbe right
remedy awttl eoouroM bkl nts of
Tta Woman's Tonto
I used two borttee before I couid
tee any great enanas, IhsI after
that If was remarkable bow
Much better I got. I am mom
well and strong. I can recom
mend Cardul, tor It certainly
It you have been tgptslajaal
Ins on yourself wan all kinds Of
dtRereat remedies, better get
back to food, old, reliable
Cardul, the medicate tor
women, about which you have
always heard, which has helped
thousands of others, and
should help you, too.
Aak your neighbor sboul It, aha
has prateMyMad It.
. ror tale everywhere.
ln Every Happy Day of Life A San-ola
Bath Room Plays its Part
Remember back in childhood daya when every Saturday
night waa both night and how Mother used to have to make
you take your bath And how you would hate to take that
Bathing in those days was no pleasure. The bath room
conaiated of a tin tub and a wooden wash stand, with a tin
wash bowl. Towela were hung on unsanitary wooden rings or
pegs, but the towels usually dropped off on to the floor and
there really waa no convenient place to properly hang clothing.
That waa not a very long time ago, but you have grown
and changed since and so haa the bath room. Goodness yes I
The old bath tub and wash stand have passed away. In their
place has come the modern snow-white porcelain tub and lav
atory. But a bath tub and lavatory do not make m complete
bath room. It is the other little accessories that add to the
comfort and convenience of the modern bath room that really
make it complete.
A real bath room is to-day the center of home health and
comfort. No other part of the home possesses that charm of
immaculate cleanliness so peculiar to the completely equipped
SAN-O-LA Bath Room Accessories are the little necessi
ties that go a long way toward making your daily bath a real
pleasure. Money cannot be invested to a better advantage
than in this sure source of health and convenience to the entire
SANO-LA Bath Room Accessories are not expensive
Years of experience have enabled us to produce fixtures that
will give lasting service and satisfaction.
We can't begin to describe all these attractive little health
helps, so won't you let us show you? Drop in any time. and
see for yourself how really pleaaaant you can make your bath
Tbe Durability of San-o-la Ware Makes it the Most
WE CUT ANY PIPE OR CASING UP TO FIVE INCHES
RILEY & SON