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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
JEWELRY FOR CHRISTMAS give GIFTS THAT LAST DIAMONDS SILVERWARE WATCHES LATEST LADIES' WATCHES CUT GLASS LEATHER GOODS NOVELTIES CHESTS OF SILVER DECORATED CHINA PYRALIN IVORY SETH THOMAS CLOCKS LADIES' CARD CASES JEWELRY SILVER HOLLOW WARE CHINA DINNER SETS MESH BAGS D Sonora Phonographs The Highest Class Talking Machine in the World Select Your Christmas Presents Now and We'll Hold Them for You enhof Jewelry Company Santa Fe Watch Inspector Best Jewelry Store in New Mexico H tusiness Is Good Full Line of Groceries Snow White Flour None Better Work Clothes, Oil and Gas Rawleigh's Remedies We sell the celebrated W. W. Feed Grinder. If you sec this machine and its work, you'll buy one. THAT'S ALL. Again the chilly days arc here, and again we extend to one and all our annual invitation to make our store headquarters, whether to purchase or to ( visit. You are alike welcome around our big red stove. PLAINS BUYING AND SELLING ASSOCIATION F. B. PAYNE, Manager Cuy It Either Way Tablets or Liquid PE-RU-NA For Coughs, Colds and Catarrh Mr. I. W. Mtnhtll Brtmploa, Mlrbina. (utfM-Inf tron Head. Now. 1 droll ana Monica, cuinu compw w cur, h. um mm two mti I km b irmrtiM with milf Ft-n-nt ttblru tnd tbry htn tOwlxl oonpltu cur. 1 v aot fur til MlAirMI CUVHIMUa Mr. Mtnbtlt h uloriotylfcWitawbohv bm bwlliri by Dr. HmIbw ttaSHMH MdJdoeia Ik pail Hfly inn. II b by iilmoliilnllbrdlrnIlM, mrifhlnr lh blood and lonlnr up lb mrwt thai Ft-ra-u It ibl lo mert uck (oolhiet. Imllpf Inltmc opot lb amcnt nhnin which liar lb body. It It wondtrtully tllKllv mtady H mlorr rlrmilb tiler protneltd Ickt-HUfriporSptnltblilWit.! . , Svilrmlc Citirrti Inrotrtni lilt Idler U copvlnclar rturrk I urn wnrmj poim of kctluu n ikwmm It-rt-at KMf H Nk) Rwm V trM-'Vatti, lbn)MMl RANCHVALE NEWS t Chester McGue sold hit farm last Thursday, consideration $40 per acre. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Davis are the proud parents of a new boy. This community regrets the loss by death of the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Orr. Mrs. Orr was able to return, from the Baptist hos pital last Thursday. Preaching here next Sunday after noon. Kemember our Sunday school. We are climbing buck to the 100 en rollment. A lot of killing going on here hogs and cattle. 'Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Barnctt have been visiting here for the past week. Several from Havener attended Sunday school. I. W. Simpson moved to Clovis last Friday. Misses Edith Bodyston and Gladys Matthews of Havener visited in the Matthews home Sunday. Our teachers are not going to the convention but arc to get a holiday Thursday and Friday. Misses Forest, Mozcr and Griffith will visit home. Ethol Kellcy Is considered our most generous girl. Her Sunday hat, a black beaver with blue trimming was given to the wind somewhere between the school house and Mr. Tate's last Friday. We fear her going barehead is not so good for her health. The finder plenue notify us. Mabel Steed and Lettio Mancss are out this week. Mabel on account of sickneM, yet we hear a little about her prospective Thanksgiving dinner. The high school has chosen for its colors white and orange. All the high school went to Pleas ant Hill Friday afternoon for two games of basketball. Flensant Hill won each game, yet we aro not blue for courage and perseverenco wins we have both. S. E. Hill, one of the directors, went with us. Ho Is a boy yet and makes companions of his and the1 high school boys. The recital on lost Friday night was a success. We know of no school in this county that has a better music teacher than ours, also Miss Mozer's training Is second to none. The pie supper proceeds amounted to more than one hundred dollars, ton raised by selling hot chocolate will go to the sewing club, the remainder to ward the first payment on seating the auditorium. Thanki to the patrons who are transporting the pupils on the south while the F. W. D. truck is in the hospital. That well is getting deeper each day. Tomorrow is the day the dril lers expect to reach water. LOCUST GROVE LOCALS Mm. W. W. Williams, who has been quite sick for tome time, is much better at tho present. Mrs. Leona Osborne and children visited at Mrs. T. J. Randol's Sunday. Mr. Orman Landon's baby has been quite sick this week. Charlie Walker is pulling corn for Mr. Taylor this week. Mrs. J. E. Randol spent Saturday with Mrs. W. W. Williams. Grant Taylor, who has been sick for the past week, isn't any better. Mrs. Willis Wiggins and children visited at tho Moss home Friday. Mrs. Sam Randol and children vis ited Mrs. T. J. Randol Friday. Miss Gladys Randol spent Wednes day night with Miss Ross. Mr. Waller's baby has the whoop ing cough. since we believe the Apostles knew better what "kind of church Jesus wanted than anyone who came after them. We take the Christ as our Creed, and the New Testament as our Discipline, striving to mould the or ganization and the individual to the pattern therein set forth. Sunday evening Bro. G. F. Mickey, the minister of the Church of Christ, will preach for us. He brings a mes sage of salvation from sin which everyone should hear the sinner, that he may thereby benefit; the Christian that he may be edified. Chas. D. Poston, Minister. Phone 97 for your Job Printing. 9 Q r o g 3 CHICHESTER SPILLS 'TV ltial am y mtW n j S4 til wkm UrtlHMwaf tmA, MtM Mk tU kOtoO 0 A if HbV IT wamm VmnrM. a. b r i ii-i iiV H-rna UMMND HUAND FILLS, far a) M known Bnt. Sahrt. Alms RttUMs SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYLRYVnllEi CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN The revival meeting at tho Church of the Brethren, which commenced last Sunday, started out with good attendance and Interest. Evangelist Elder Shank is preaching good plain gospel sermons. Meetings continue through the week. Everybody wclocme. In Our Nov Location We have installed new equipment and are in better position to serve the people of Clovis with the best breads, pies, cakes, and pastries on the market. Give us a trial we'll burely please you. THE CLOVIS BAKERY" 109 S. Main C. J. Ilurford, Prop. Phone 248 NOTICE TO W. O. W. Clovis Camp No. 30, Woodmen of the World, will have an important meeting Wednesdoy night, Dec. 1st. Election of officers. All members aro requested to be present; be sure and come. J. P. Pierce. C. C. J. C. Rapp, Clerk FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Biblo School 9:45 a. m. Communion and morning worship 11:00 a. m. Jr.Y. P. S. C. E 8:00 p. m. Int. Y. P. S. C. E 0:00 p. m. Sr. Y. P. S. C. E 6:00 p. m. Evening worship 7:00 p. m. Mid Weed Prayer Service Wednesday evening .. 7:00 p. m. The Christian Church stands for the restoration of the church as it waa on the day of Pontacost, A. D. 84, I HAVE A Hamilton-Beech Carpet Washer TO WASH YOUR CARPETS I wash them on the floor and it is thoroughly done, and you will be plased with the work. I thank the ladies of Clovis for their patronage, and I am going to try to please them. Rugs and, carpets cleaned for neighboring towns if brought to Clovis. HARRY SAGER Leave Orders at City Drag Co, No. 1