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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920.
We Vdl send RARCBL 1.- If you find it inconviciicnt to come to our store any tunc, just drop um a line telling what you want and we will send it promptly by parcel post. You can always be sure of getting the first quality jewelry from us because that is the only kind we carry. . . We will be glad to pack and ship your purchases for you, if you wish to send them away. Our WORD is our BOND DENHOF Jewelry Co. JEWELERS AND 0PT0METERISTS A. T. to S. P. WATCH INSPECTORS Make your arrangements now to attend the Clovis Auto Show which will be held on the lit, 2nd and 3rd of April. If iti news Phone ot. No. The 91. New wants it. Apron Sale The ladies of the Episcopal Church will hold an apron aale at Barry Hardware Co. store on Saturday, April 10th. 3-1 8-3 tc If its news The Phone us. No. 97. News wants it. BELLVIEW SCHOOL NOTES Miss Annie Trapp, who is our li brarian, is learning to use the new index card cabinet. The Glee Club is now making great progress under the leadership of Mr. McKinley. The eighth grade is now preparing for the April examination. The juniors are trying an apprecia tion for the best artists as well as other things. They have just com pleted a study of the "Angclus" by Millet, they are now studying the "Horse Fair" by Rosa Bonhcur. Some very good essays have been written on the "Angelus." The high school only lost one stu dent during the vacation, but never theless they are going on and trying to complete their grades. The basketball teams have been playing very hard this week and have attained some good practice. Our library contains 250 good books. The books were selected from a list compiled by the state depart ment of education. The new school building is now roofed and enclosed. The pupils of the Bellview school will surely be glad to have a new building to'go to school in next year for we are afraid it will not be completed before school is out. A rally was given by the pupils Friday for boosting the work of the boys and girls club work. We were expecting Mrs. Steed out, but on ac count of sickness she was unable to come, however the boys and girls as sembled in Miss Denniaon'i room, sang songs and gave some reusing good cheers for the club work. A list was then taken of those who wanted to jo' the club. Fifty-one promised to jcin and stick to the work this yetr. We are looking forward to getting the work started. Tho regular mcetin" of th literary society was given last Friday after noon. All who were on the program hud prepared their work very well, It was decided to have the next meet- he on Friday night, April 0th. It is going to be the best program given yet. All are invited to attend. The boys and girls w o are going to join the boys and girls club from the fourth, fifth and sixth grades were visitors at the Friday afternoon meeting. Miss Wir.go spent the week end AC ore is ready to advise you on any belting problems you may have. We are the representatives of the Good year Tire and Belting Co., and are eady at all times to secure expert advice for you from their Engineer ing Department. Our stock will supply every size belt you may need. We also have the Wingfoot brand hose, the best money can buy. Why not start your garden this month. Fence your garden now while you can get t he wire it won't last much longer. See Our Electric Washing Machines at $105 tSAVVSAAAAAAVVSAAVSAi'sVN ih.0 . (CHS .Dearborne Hardware Co. Your Money Back if You Want It. For Easter Make your Easter greeting this year different. There's just one thing that will carry the intimate personal message of true friendship that is worth while Your Photograph. THE ROBINSON ART SHOP "The I'ltotoyrnphcr in Your Totrn Phone 145 - - . . East Monroe Ave. i f Experts ii i with Miss Gallagher at her home nt-ur I'leasunt Hill. Mr. A. Peterson, representing the R. I. R. It., met 150 of the citizens of the Bellview neighborhood at the school house lust Friday night. Tho purpose of the meeting was to get the sentiment of the people, in regard to a railroad. He also explained that ho would have to get an accurate re port of the crops raised last year and (he acreage for next year. On receipt of this report he will take the matter up with the company, whose directors will decide whether or not they care to undertake the project. RANCHVALE NEWS Miss Sarah Gamble from Grady is visiting Mattic und Ethel Bell this week. J. H. Long and daughter, Willie, spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Long at Rose Valley. The surprise party at Mr. Kelly's Saturday night was a success. Young people from everywhere were there. Mr. Bell has the thresher this week. Mattic, be sure and have Surah to do her part of the cooking. Ethel Bell and several of her friends motored to Hammond's Ranch' Sunday afternoon, where Ethel will stay for a few days. Mr. Dclmer Mouser is reported to be sick with tonsilitis at this writing. Mr. D. I. Barnett and little daugh ter, Velva, left Suturday morning to be at the bedside of his father. Miss Boone, a senior from Clovis is substituting in Mr. Barnett's place. Edgar Robinson hns been breaking sod for Colodian Tate the post few days. Samuel Groves and Jack Groves went to Havener Sunday evening and reported large crowd and a nice time. SHU FLY. ! BLACKTOWER 4 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Crlswell went to Texas' last week in answer to a tele gram reporting Mrs. CrisweU'i grand mother dying. They arrived a little while after ahe had died. Some from here attended the sing ing at Havener last Sunday night. took supper with Mr. Chandler and fumily Sunday afternoon. Several attended preaching in Clo vis Sunday night. Tho "Always Ready" class was en tertained by the Chandler girls Sun day. The singing at George Lane's Sun day afternoo was attended by a large crowd and enjoyed by all pres ent. Some from Clovis were present. We are glad to have them and wel come them back again. Sunday School report last Sunday was fine. There being 75 present and?9.83 collection. We certainly are glad to know the Always Ready class got the offering banner for one time. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Rogers spent. Suturday and Sunday near Claud.' j Mr. and Mrs. McCnw have moved! from our community. We are sorry , to lose them. Muke your arrangements now t attend the Clovis Auto Show which will be held on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of April. " If its news The News wants it. Phone us. No. 97. Make them happier. Build a hom first. Kemp Cmnkr Oyncmj PIMPLES DISAPPEAR BLACKHEADS AND BLOTCHES are re moved when DRY ZEN SAL la used. Nee ant aa a face cream. Applied at night It works while you slnep. We have thousands of testimonials. For oily, sallow, rough, red. skins It has no equal. A wonderful, harmless face bleach. Be sure to ask for Dry Zensal. All live druggists sill It THE ZENSAL CO. OF OKLAHOMA CITY Nels Darling, President. Zensal Sold By Police and Detectives fail to unravel the baffling Mystery. Match your wits against theirs. SEE "The Mystere of the Yellow Room" AT THE SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 27th. . ;.. TRY TO GET IN Mr. and Mrs. Jernigan of Clovis