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REV. J. H. MKHNKII DIK8;
WAS WELL KNOWN HKRK
Rev. J. H. Homr, one pastor of
the Methodist Episcopal church, of
I o. Ii dead. He had many friends
her who will mourn Ma demlae.
Her. Meaaer waa active In tila church
work to the very end and died In
th mil nit In hi efforts to aavo
aouls. Of the death o( Oils venera
ble man the El Paso Herald has
the following to aay:
News of the death of Hev. J. H.
Measer. district superintendent of
the Clayton district of the Method
ist Episcopal church, south, and
former resident of El 1'aso for a
number of yeara was received In El
I'aso Wednesday. Hev. Meaaer tell
dead while preaching near Clayton,
N. M. He Is survived by his wifa
and several children.
Rev. Meaaer was well known here
as a pioneer church worker and con
ducted mlaalonary work In the
northern part of New Mexico. He
was born at Webbers Kails, Indian
Territory, December 1. 1871.
He experienced many hardships
of the frontier which impaired hla
For more than an yeara he has
been a member of the Indian mission
conference having several charges.
In 1901 ho was transferred to New
Mexico serving In varloua districts
as presiding elder. Among the
places In which he served were Al
buquerque, Portales, Arteala, Alpine
and Clovls and was presiding elder
In the districts of Albuquerque, nos
well and Clayton.
Itev. Meaaer left El Taso i'hree
years ago lo take over the post as
superintendent of the Clayton dis
trict. Due to III health he retired from
active work for a year and was con
h. cieü with the Herald.
' The Row1l district or the Now;
Mexico conference, Methodist church
held its twelfth session at Portales.
New Mexico, December IB to IT.
There was a Ana attendance of
delegates who gathered from a large
territory In eastern Naw Mexico and
Rae. J. C. Jonas of Koewell, pro
sided and Hev. J. J. Richard of Por
tales acted as secretary. Rev. L. L.
Thurston of Pecoa, was elected re
porter. There were eight delegates elect
ed to the Annual Conference which
will meet In Marfa, Texas, next October.
I Two youivg men were licensed to
I The next aeatlon of the conference
will be held at Hagerman. New Mex
ico One of the most Important Item
of business transacted was the plan
ning of the next aeaslon of the Dis
trict Standard Training School which
meets In Roswell, April 16, 1928. It
is i'xpected that a number of Pecos
people will attend this or the El Paso
Ugneetlng which will be held near ttie
aainc time aa the Roswell meeting.
Rev. J. C. Jones makes a fine pre
aldTng officer and added much to the
value of the conference. Pecos Enterprise.
The Ford Runabout at this now low pric
Is the most economical means of trans
portation salesmen can employ. With
the new one-man top and slanting wind
shield, it is a more wonderful value than
ever before. Time-saving, absolutely de
pendable transportation at the minimum
cost. Buy now Terms if desired.
Carlsbad Auto Co.
John Lewis, who la attending A.
A M. College at Mesilla Park, Is a'
horn for tha holidays, arriving In
town Saturday night.
Mrs. Edna Pennlketf is spending
the holidays with her son. Roy Cox,
and other relatives In Carlsbad, com
ing from her homo In Amarillo.
OIL WILL 1H HTII.il.
PI l PI NO TWENTY I'.Utltl I s
The oil well of the New Mexico,
Kansas & Texas Oil Company, lo
cated 55 miles south of this city, Is
still producing real oil dally. Yes
terday irom 15 to 20 barrels of oil
ware pumped from this well and the
pump was only workett a few hours
In the nilurnuon.
Thu oil Is now being sold to Uie
Arteala L'tilitlea company at the well
and lit i' Illinois Producers Oil com
pany hus contracted for eight burrels
a day to be used as fuel In the new
well this company Is starting across
the Pecoa river eaat of Arréela.
The ownera of the well are more
enthuHlustlc than ever over the pros
pert of the well and are certain that
if Is a real producer. Hecause of the
shallow depth of the well and the
small cost of pumping even ut 20
barrels the well will pay large re
turns on the Investment.
The operators oi the well are pro
ceeding with caution at this time In
pumping flie well for the reaaon
that It would be extremely duuger
ous lo pump the oil out of the three
aunda. leaving them entirely unpro
tocted Were this done It might
cause the sands to cave and ruin
the well. For this reason the sands
are allowed IV) remain "coded with
oil. This is thu explanation given
by the ownera and operators as to
why they do not pump the well ion,
er each day.
Those who wish to see this well
pumping may go down any afternoon
as the pump is started each day af
ter 12 o'olork. The visitors are al
ways welcome at the well and those
who view the oil either flowing or
being pumped out' are certain to get
a thrill. IIohui 11 Hecord.
The Christmas dance given by the
local Cavalry troop, Monday night,
was a pleasant affair. The Armory
was decorated In Chrlermas colors
snd looked beautifully, and the floor
waa In perfect condition for danc
ing. A good sisad group of vounc
people enjoyed the fine music and a
nice sum was realised for the bene
fit of the troop. The next dance will
ba a masquerade on New Tears
night. The Hagerman orchestra fur
nished the music.
Carlsbad Light & Power
LIGHT - POWER -- ICE-COLD STORAGE
Carlsbad Steam Laundry
Service of Sanitation and Sterilization
M NO WEI, I,
Fulton, Mu., Dec. 23.- Miss Kllr
abetu Hoag of Carlsbad, New Mexico,
took an Important part in a student
recital held at Wllllum Woods Col
lege Monday night when she sang
with effect "Waters of Miiinetouka"
by l.li'urunce. MIsb Hoag Is a pupil
of Mlas Marcella Monge, head of tfhe
II Y TIIADE CONDITIONS OE
Lighter receipts this week have
been the cause of a firmer tone be
ing manifest In the principal hay
markets. The demand continues of
small volume and prlcea generally
show very little change. Not much
change In onditlons is ex pected un
til the naw year, as the holiday
season always shows a slow and Ir
it GOOD I'lUCR
Jim Roed sold laat weak a hunch
of 100 head of helf r yearlings at
a fancy price of 6211.60. This is
the best price w I save fceard of
heifer yearling! bringing tills sea
Why should our cattle rabera get
discouraged when they can aell ear
lliigs for f2S.60 per head?
It won't do to become jboou raged
and give up too quick. Orlt your
teeth and stay with It. Times ajnange,
prices fluctuate- In all lines of usi
ness and tho man that .iaa the de
termination to hang on well, nine
times out of ten, wins out. LoOng
Robbed hair is no longer si
but it declina to hasten It g
R. M. THORNE
Mrs. George Lucas left T
for a visit to El Taso, wb' ha
will remain until the first of the
year. She want at this tire upon
learning that her grandsau little
"Happy" J'aiVhln. with his p irents,
will be in El Paso this week from
their home in silver City.
A Chrlsfmas tree which br ugtu
great Joy to Ita little owner, ws- on
aent to Virginia, the baby dau.hter
of Professor and Mrs. Donley, from
her grandfather In Virginia. The
Hole one enjoya her tree gr ttly
and would enjoy It still more vere
she able to comprehend the ill- n-.-from
There's a touch of refinement
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for sale by
We wish everybody happiness not
only on New Year's day but every day
of the year and for years to come.
To be happy you must feel right
To feel right, you must live right, and
if you get a little out of gear, right
yourself with the right medicines.
We sell and compound the right
kind of medicines always pure, fresh
and full strength.
We carry everything a first class
drug store should sell.
COME TO US FOR IT
Corner Drug Store
IN THE DIHTIIRTT COl'RT Ok'
EDDY COUNTY, NEW MKXDJO
In tho Matter of tho )
Estate of OF. Reynolda.)
Deceased. No. 3389. )
Notice of Halo of Ileal Propertr
Notice is hereby given that In
pursuance of an order of Uie above
entitled court on the 29th day of
November, 1812. the undersigned
will, as Administratrix of the estate
of C. F. Reynolda, Deceased, sell tha
Real Estate and Premises hereinaf
ter described, at public auction for
cash on the 3rd day of January,
1923. beginning at the hour of 1T.O0
o'clock a. m., or said day and be
fore the setting of the sun of tha
same day, on the property itself and
on each particular piece of property
beginning said sale wltli the prop
erty named In parugraph "a" hereto
by si lling same and following said
aale by selling the property as same
uppeara In paragraphs (b), (o)
(d), and (e) hereto.
(a) Lots 16, 1, 17, 11, 1 and
10 of Hlock 2 Tylers Addition to tha
Town of Artesla, Eddy County, Now
(b) Lota 3 to 12. inclusive, of
Block 3 of Tylers Addition to the
Town of Artesla, Eddy County, Naw
(e) Lota 9 and 11 of block 41
of Improvements Cos. Addition
and us of Lot 10 Illock IS Orig
inal, with Improvements thereon.
(d) HKi of the SWVi of
tlon 16, Township 17 8., Rang 16
E., and Improvements thereon with
the water rkgbts appurtenant there
(e) SWU of tba 8WH of Section
26, Townahlp 17 H . Range 16 B
and impovements thereon with the
water rights appurtenant thereto
This Notice given this December
ESSIE L. REYNOLDS,
MAI1EL A. MILLER
Administratrixes of the Estate of 0
'. Reynolds, deceased.
Veterans Perform Like Youngsters
Nine Studebaker Big Six Touring Cars,
with a total of one million miles to their
credit, recently participated in an economy
rellsbUity contest conducted by the Stude
baker dealer at Loa Angela
All came through with perfect scores except
two one had dirt in the gasoline pipe, the
other requit ed a slight adjustment of brakes.
This is the most convincing demonstrstion
of motor car reliability of which we know.
The run waa from Los Angeles to Big Bear
V alley and return 239 mile -of which 90
were on steep, rough mountain loads that
necessitated stamina In every part. Yet the
Big Sixes reached every checking station on
One of these old veterans has piled up the
amasing total of 3St ,000 miles of practically
uninterrupted service of two trips daily
between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.
Another has JStVKjl miles to its credit,
No such group of cars was ever before
ssemnlrrl for sue!i a strenuous proof of
endurance. TUr ntry in competition, over
one of the un it d.fncult of Southern Cali
fornia's mi or sin roads, waa an tiprsssfcss
of confuier.ee of the owners fen BtuJsbafasi
The : i -n .il.il it y of the Big Six Touring
Car, it hn cort of maintenance, its comfort ,
fine ap.rn ranee and complete equipment
make it tie most desirable seven -passenger
car on Ox market. Ita price is wsy below
cars that do not even approach it in value.
Tha name Studebaker is your assurance
ot vulu ami i
railiator c.d. ISSaS Mil n at SaaaaaXSi Ssk.ofMf.MMlMi
Automatic imMiicd wiper. Coune I lain on the driver', aid. which
promote, refery in pásalas other rara at mint T. nr u lamp with lon catena,
Coarl parkins llahta- Cowl ventilate Jeweled isl t-dajr clock. Reer-rlew
Thief proof tranamtaatun kirk. Tool oanuailinent ii the haft arcs door. Shock al
MODELS AND PRICKS- o. h. acrorie.
lafkajSb, lirW. B., 40 H P.
3 P... . urw. i ,30'. r.
Koailiter 11 Paaa ) ISO
Roadtter (4 Paa. 5 1JT6
Coupe (4-Paaa ) 1171
t.f.. it' w.n.. ton.'.
Coup. (4 íaa. )
I i l
II 7 50
Man-Skid Cord Tit. Front an J ft oar. Stmndmtd
Terms fo Moot Your Convenient
A. W. RENICK