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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920.
rural telephone system. . Following the announcement made in school, a large crowd gathered )rd Sunday morning to enjoy the sermon which was delivered by Rev. Garrett, N sdnc Go, B-4-U BUY mm jc ! ' S a Baptist minister from Texas. OLGA CARTER, a pupil. o "0 ;! ? i 5 r r t W ,1 1 Real EiUte of any kind, SEE US. We have from the tmtllett and cheap et home to the beit and highest priced houie inthe city, together with all kindi of term(...Farmt and Ranchet of every kind and every where, ranging in price from $1.25 per acre to $100.00 per acre. New Mexico Land, Oil & Cattle Co. CAMERON NEWS GRADY SCHOOL NOTES - Mr. Gaddis conducted th chapel tsercises Tuesday morning, durinc which he held us spell-bound by an ; ntresting talk, portraying !hat "it Se the little things that count," and also by delivering a decUinat'vn lowing the resulcs cf a misspent life. Mr. (iadiVi has ki(.i carefully con cealed for these many months, the fact that he is an orator and de claimcr, but "the truth will out." Hiss Annie Thomas, our primary acher, was called suddenly to her iome in Clovis Saturday night, to attend some of her relatives who are -afflicted with the fiu. Miss Thomas did not return until Thursday noon, --when she was gladly welcomed by all especially the substitute teacher aim of the high school girls, and the primary pupils. Crady schools, are of course, pre paring to be represented at the track meet which is to be held at Ranch vale April 2, (not April Oth, as we - stated 'last week.) Also a number of orators and de claimers have been selected to be """tried out". The most efficient ones of this number will enter the meet. The small boys of Grady school have shown their practical ability by organizing a team of inexperienced, but entergetle basketball players. Some of the pupils were absent from school the greater part of last week on account of the fact that the thrcshera are now busy in this section of the county. It is now becoming quite common for the principal to appoint one of the other teachers to open the school. Mrs. Crawford's turn came Friday morning, at which time she favored us with a reading, vividly depicting the loathsomeness and uselessness of profanity. The societies are still drawing many visitors. Mrs. Delaney and Mrs. Hightower were entertained by the Claxton last Friday afternoon. The fourth and last election of officers during this term was effected by each of the societies Friday afternoon. In addition to this, each society elec ted two debaters, two orators, and three declaimcrs who are to evince their skill in the contest between the societies which will be held .it the close of school erercises. A meeting was held at Grady Sat urday evening, in the interest of a railroad. Other meetings of similar nature were held at different places over the county during the past week. This is only more proof that old Cur ry is "carrying on." We are also rejoicing over the de cided advance in the progress of the 1 II vv mi" .mp Get The Go! ? Of Motorcycling i3 rHISK with the wind to work and home; about town on business; o'er city's boulevards, through pathy parks; afishing and ahunting; a mile or two Into the country, 'or more and as many miles as you like aboard the broad seat of the fleet ,. Harley-Davidson COME, be motor merry. Buy a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, the same sturdy steed that so nobly stood the strain of war duty on the battle-fields of France, to which every service man will testify. The motorcycle that has gained the name and fame of the WORLD'S CHAMFiUJN. Come here and see the 1920 model Harley-Davidson fOfoOu 1 gallon 0 gnmlint en a quurt of oil Get your order in right away. Easy payments if desired. Hut the demand far exceeds the supply. We have the 1920 Harley-Davidson Bicycles too. THE ROBINSON ART SHOP "The Cycle dealer in Your Town." ' Phone 145 East Monroe Avenue Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jus tice, March 17, a fine boy. All parties concerned are doing quite well, but Mr. Goodson is feeling old, as it is his first grandchild. Miss Delia Bolding closed her seven months term of school at Bonoy last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Leuch, Jim Hincs and daughter, Ruth, and Roy Chapman were Sunday visitors nt the home of Albert Leach. Rev. H. .P. Garrett preached at Blair Sunday afternoon. He is to preach on the third Sunday in April. The Baptist Church have called him to bo their minister at that place. Because of R. N. Sutton's sale, the eleven o'clock services at New Hope were called (n Wednesday. Rcid Isler moved last week to the place he leased from Mr. Bohannon. Rev. Nance of El Paso is assisting Rev. Crawford in holding a meeting at New Hope this week. Frost Bros, purchased a new Ford car at Clovis Saturday. They attend ed church at New Hope Sunday morn ing. There are many thousands of bush els of grain yet to be freighted to market from this district, and a great many trucks and teams are daily making trips either to Clovis, Here ford or San Jon with wheat and maize. ' F. B. Scott and family,' Mrs. M. A. Johnson, Hallie Leach, J. D. Singer J and Phil Mote were dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. A. A. Dcthrage Sun day. Jeu Burnett sold his Ford car to J. A. Patterson the last of the week, j Mr. Pulliam is moving his house and other buildings down to the well on the farm he bought of Jess Leach. The Misses Leo and Ila Blair of Clovis attended church at New Hope Sunday. Phil Mote Is freighting grain to market for the pnblic. An up-to-date Electric Store that offers you High Grade Goods Brunswick Phonograph IT PLAYS ALL RECORDS AT THEIR BEST Victor and Brunswick Records MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY Free-Westinghouse Sewing Machine THE ONLY TRULY ELECTRIC MACHINE America Cleaner Cleans by Suction only, absolutely the best Vaccum Cleaner on tHe market today. Electric Appliances . LEARN FROM US THE NEW ONES Electric Ranges Westinghouse Mazda Lamps These appliances and others will be exhibited at the Auto Show next week. Nunn Electric Co. I I ofClovis I I m THE UNIVERSAL CAR Two and Two Have Always Made Four Two and two have always made four. There would not he more than throe million five hundred thousand Ford curs in daily service which is just about one-half of nil the automobiles in America if the Ford, as a reliable motor ear, did not meet the demands of all classes of people everywhere and under all circumstances. Two and two have always made four. If tin material, the iron and the mar velous Vanadium steel iued in the construction of the Ford chassis, were not of the highest quality known to the science of Metallurgy, then the Ford car could not have won its world-wide reputation tor reliability. Two and two have always made four. When replacements and repairs are required on Ford cars, the Ford owner will be wise in bringing his car to our place, because we use only the (lenuine Ford Parts, and we have the Ford skilled mechanics, and all the Ford knowledge that goes to maintain the high standard of quality which is original in the Ford car. When you want a Ford car or a Ford truck, and when you want repairs or replacements for the same, wo earnestly solicit your business, assuring you of prompt attention, real Ford service, and economical Ford prices. Jones & Lindley Agents OPERATING HIGHWAY GARAGE 0 ' s i I I