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THE CLOVIS NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921.
a WAS ASTONISHED AT THE RESULTS TAN LAC KEEPS ENTIRE FAMILY IN SPLENDID HEALTH MOTH ER GAINS IS POUNDS. "Tanluc just keeps me feeling fine all the time, and I think it's the grandest medicine on earth," said Mrs. Jennie llernherfrer, HL'ti Lucile Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. "It was a little over two years ngo that I first used Tanluc, and I gnl ueh wonderful results from it that 1 have taken a buttle every few months since just as a general tonic ed her wai simply astonishing. As I (Bid. I take Tanlac every once in a while as a tonic, and give it to the children too, and it keeps us all in good health all the time. I just can't praise this grand medicine enough for what it has done for us." Tanlac is sold in Clovis by South western Drug Company and by lead ing druggists everywhere. (Adv.) BELLVIEW SCHOOL NOTES f The lirllvicw Hoys went to Pleas lilt Hill IVilluV mill nliivcil ImiLi.t I ... 1 1 Hcfoiv I began taking the medicine: with the Pleasant Hill Imvs Tl I was so weak and worn out I could ' score was 18 to 2D in favor of Pleas hanlly look al'Ur my housework. My ant Hill. appetite was so poor I could scarcely I Kri,,.iy ,iril.rnon K. ..w;. at nnythmg, and what I did ma.mgo Wl),.kv K,lV0 v i: (st v ?r:,.mv, rur'u- p". w, ,, ' """I exciting from start to finish. The i mini it ii i mi i mir, "All my efforts to find anything to help me failed until I tried Tan lac, but I commenced improving from the day I started taking this medicine anil four bottles built mi subject was: "Itcaolvcd that the Phil lippine Islands Should Have Their In dependence. Tlx; Willing Workers live challenged the "L'ldjejrroea" to n contest consisting of a debate, Oration, llcfllltillit inn ntwt ami'i.A.r, up fifteen pounds in weight and The contest will probably be held the jiinue me jum as mutiny as i could ; lust of January, ask to be. n i ' 1 1, i , . i i""uuu-i i" mi.- uojs mill g ris at licllview, sly (laughter had a real nervous ed Thnr-nlnv n. .: i. t.. w ut i . . , . , , ... , , , . I "n " "Kim, -"I'"".!) m u-i uoon. .hoik nv nig it ' 1,1 breakdown and th, w;.y lanlar hi-lp- of the Methodist church II.. , Ll, , ...n ,. ..... ..... ' i mv mi ,-'. turn uit v-iani - to rra .r tiwa ' - "S, Troop No. 2 of the I'oy .Scouts rn- very interesting lesson based on the fifth chapter of Matthew. We hope to have Mr. Wagner with us more often. Friday morning we were fa vored with a number by the "invinci ble" trio Troy Hill, George Seeley and Jack Whlnery. The noise was not so bad but that we long to hear them again. Thelma Biggcrs also gave a piano solo. Tho ninth grade is studying "The Christmas Carol" getting the Christ mas spirit, all resolving not to be Scrooges. Hellview will have a week's holi day beginning next Friday. We arc all going to have a jolly good time and we are all coming back and be gin the new year resolved to wi:i. Miss Horn and Miss Gallinrlicr will spend the vacation with their par- eats near Texico. Miss Wingo will () pcnd her vacation with her parents ! jg) I) 1! 1 11 r m. t i N- iv iiu-ii, mm i'iis.1 virei r will tuienil her vacation with her parents near Hnydndn, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Hill will keep the home fires burning at the dormitory this Christmas. Several pupils have been out on account of sickness but nearly all are back in school "ow, Mrs. Dixie Ow, n came out Mombiv and spent the day. She gave one of the i ' I m Rely on These Statements COUNT YOUR PROBLEMS OURS AW are eager to furnish our pntrtms ;t hanking service com mensurate with Uu.jr necessities and eniiscrval ive blinking meth ods; and take a personal interest in advising and assisting llicm. 'I'hiviuuli this tint tun enci.iira.u'inu' period, it is unfair to the public and the efforts of all towards re-adjiistnient and bcttccr times fur any hank to advertise nuiiniitnt credit facilities. It is our policy to claim no more, Inn if anything, u little l'ss in our advertising than we can deliver. We are glad to talk oer any matters of business of finaiiee. THE CITIZENS BANK OF CLOVIS "THE FARMERS' FRIEND" i e t t he most interesting talks ever given I the boys and girls at Bellview. - )(a Monday afternoon. Mnndnv - : i j r - ' Keeps hoi'cu'Sari . ! : I I HO'.LENE HAPPENINGS 1 Dr vdiurif- J ' K h II a u v IMI'MMAI ' 1 V'-. i. "NOW, LISTEN HARRY' !''i'om a noon-day train the Taxi has just l;i.n!c,l Jl.-irry ami Maude at thi-ir new 1 n ; ti after a wry enjoy able! honeymoon trip. Maude a. haired the new home and i'-. well appo-nted furnishings very inn. h Imt Hi. y sl.wd in ,h,. kilehni hi: tumid to Hurry and said: "'ow ' n. Hariy the thought th:'t i t n -!s lue now is liow v. ill: lii.s ii!e. ly ''" d f ml a i ll eipiippe.l l.i.rir ;i, I n.ay ;:;.!.. to pr, par,. li.-alih-I- 'vii.g fo -d iJi.it is so es-.oiiiui to your "S '.ell :n your slices-;." "'''' th' n li'.i'ul ,-i fe, M. inl,., is s"r' '" "'' - .' ''"d '.. .Ml,,.,. . '" '' "' ,".n-.-! -on. i:,-; : 1 1 , - r - 'n.'i ' i' il on- ; 1 1 , 1 ,h wor-t ,. ovt . in I r, oa i inif .'ipi.,-t i::im; meal.,." ' I V tli.it .Ive,!, Harry. Mother, 1 "'" ' ''' '-5 .1 fine cook. She list s w ' ht.rs ;.!i'::i;iAi. I'l.uru and '. 'l'i litive i,,ne other. She nia'-;es -' ' ' 1 ad Hid I see it, is n,. wre- , a: jji,. i Vrr.er (iroc, ry, so s ''' 'ii' " !.d hic,' our jrroc. ry or-lir." Th is s'.-irt,,! another happy l,:une. It ww , I-.. i i -. ... t'"ta mil a f, w iri'i trends lust r'.'i-!,, ;,, c -ve::;ilT at Hi.- I hi ;:!'! eli'.ir.h. v ', ' ''ii,- t'irls who were . ui -ts of !he'.i. ,. ... a i 'yt"U' were: li.aiin .Summons t',..,,', ... ... i , i .. 1 ' : ' . ' ! .' Hi. " !.' " "' , u mi-- i . eiai ,:, ,i; u -it h' I V , ,1 iv A FAMOUS CHKISTMAS. ' '..'. ... dc . I TT.i. , a.'. iii'i'Mi . . 1 ii- the battle cnd'iiK the next day v. h ;i v i, !'! s a-.ory for tho cdt ..I , .j. .ifdav. !i.. t:---r , I. !'. , u.l to III I fa -a Mid w :! com , I ' ' r u .t H.,!. .. ' ' J. Yll'llli.' ha- r, U. , ;. M:.rvm i h die jd...t. near the iiile, I'or 111-- comiiiur year. .Mi-. A. ('. Nh duo is visitii'u' hi fall n Texas. 11 M- v. is, Oac.. 11. if v.. Wilnu Alleii, Irene l.ove and tl or.u'.u Davi-i !! ' 'ii le : , !, .-. C. 1 1 i'., .-.. I n :, I 'on : clii.i I'lt'ic, M-'-iv iii'eres! in"' I '" ;,.;..- v-- ':,i'ie .he ev ; I il'i'. De!:e ous r, fr !::m -t U w ,.. '. ' s, rved at the .!... of a v ry deli) ht-! I I'"' tl" - Is Woedei-UI" . f why nil the buys did iwt lone: to ih ' ."' Scant?. .More members are wel-, fj eon;,, to the !',oy -'eout nr'aniza.ini, I I I "!' I!" lit Yr..t : ad t I r : !;' "ii have siuueth n for sa!i w. i t to buy soiuethiiii.-, it.ic j! ( .', v. I'di'ii Ail. le per nr 1. n- ?7 r -j We wei-e ill sorry In h ay that M' s. oir,"iy h id tal.en pneumonia and would not lie aide to teach th.s week. The d'lecteis einnloyei! .1!rs. dim Miller until .Mrs. Conway -.i.l he aide 'V M-c-i-tit i'lL,' your name to one of.r'' 'he ' la ' ' . i he r Wi Wan' hii.isti-is. j f ' I "i 1. fHRISTMAS DINNEB v c '! Christmas, SHE COULDN'T TELL WHY. n pi c. I y,i .li.l" r r- i )- ; .1! illil r.n ' v-Xv up her wore :;:,i. . ,:' " ' "'k Mr. W. A. Kill n ...is cciicl w ', ' , """ "!, ,i .,.k to his mother's home in Okl- ". 'V'''', ,,",;II'"1'U;"' m live i;!K. ' -,'7IV-; ,vh-1 "' t 'I h-r when he w m t,.s-.n.. "No,", i -he i-i'ola d prnmptlv. "I know you Eat Chris mas Dinner at cur Cafe. 2 singing convention is HELD AT ROGK.'-.S I l 1 he rei.n-si ntaiive sintr-. i I li.ee. "t ' ,al. y a ,-,H., i.i. e.ll'di d at 1'a L .-. , I . .. , , I1'"" H'.h. w.-h M,-.-.. I;,-, ,,.-,. ar. hat I don't know v.liv. ,,f CiiRirjTMAS DAY SFi' VICES ' AT ST. JAMr.S CHUP.CM r i , i ,s, e, lt l'-'iiir i'!tt a- f r i r. i.l-' of i . ''I" 1 o-.!in;i,ti. V -oo ... :M. " l-'iv S. hool. :':r. a. a. i " :i ; !' 1'ia- , i-, i I -mi ii. m ,"V, ii-.- '.-iv ,- -:, p. , A ; ei-, choir u ,;, r i),,. ,.. -f '- -In". !'. T-.vl-r will si :.r ,1. . te mm iii ' , oi-v ui.i n,.,r,. ; I le. Chi i-dnris ! ,.v,.r(.i. .!1 I". In 'd S:it:ii-,l:-.;. jdelr at 7 all) with !; a : ii, id- I r-ro-'.-ani. I This 'rtil! be the twelfth Christmas diuner we ,3 hove ri rved iii Clevis. We will have turkey arc! the hxi.'gs nn-i will serve ycu a meal " in ! -.. ' rhrj with ihe day. " We rr.ise our own meats and much, of what gw or. cur tob'.e at oui own farm and you can dtp cut upon its Ulmj first class. - In Dust-Proof Bags Ask Your Grocer I el ..,1 I le- I II -itovis f ., ...Ml I ! - :;.i.i' . i:;.iia, v . 1 ' a c, M -I ,-; I I Advisory Couimittce .Mrs. S. B. I'ntioniKC Clovis merchants. Thev j IT. clu r, IVrtalis; Air. 1'ae.--, il llai-il, help build up the town. tf'T-' H r ! 11 r.! O Tl C'l - f"?- fS -Bf -O--CI land lav. ... I.la.r, i,,,,.,.,,. '"' ' On inolioii and si cond it v.as or- j OGG & BOSS CAFE .n.u uii' i -: 'ilii:ti col. ur at i ,, r.r j- . .-. t -.. I, jt'-si. (V - Am ! ' ' I ii, I lloirers on the fil.-t S'liiday Uepresc ntative.s fn ni tile v a rioii.-. roiintie.i and from th I'liinau Con vention are expected to h,. present. Th" bus .'less nieetine; i.ill he held on Saturday nie-ht previous to the con vention. -Mi'i. ('has. ('. Maxwell, Sec'y. " it -U. .4i 11 .'- . ft- .b.M.WI M I.,, I,, " " t., , . is no season more ahhmhru r r r ; rj ate than this for expressing our $ appreciation for your patronage in g the past. We extend our best i g a nristmas 1 11g K : ' J :! wishes for Ct; s.vvt ;pf'Si- ,i.j I fl A MERRY lw CHRISTMAS TOM PHELPS Phone 426 Groceries and Notions THIi !NVrS .V. The F'" J v' "Ian, niic of lite nmsl iMinvi iiiciit ;nnl cdinf-irliililc uf ciicldscd c;irs, ntTcis yon I lie (Idivjits of lite 1 1 ; 1 n l- priced cars al I lie lnwcst l'iit i nst anil Inwcst iiikcci cusi. In Summer ur Wiiii. -r, sunshine or rain, the Ford Sedan provides conveniences in areord with your wishes. Only a minute is required to raise or lower the windows. Tiie Ford Sedan is a favorite family car. lienealh Ihc Sedan liody, the ever reliable lord Chassis mentis mi economy unknown in other enclosed ears. family car of exceptional merits. Tim ideal car for the fanner's family. It seats five mm fori a lily; and is equipped with demountable rims, tire carrier, elect ri'- starling and lin'htiiifr system, and instrument board. Orders aiv filled in the same sequence in which they are received. And ever remem ber Ihc sure and certain satisfactory "aft r service" we oiV(,, You know the solid satisfaction thid comes in the knowledge that your motor car is o-ood for every day of the year no mental wor ries when you drive a Ford. !. 1 us have your order todav. Think of it! The Ford Sedan, this handsome enclosed car costs you less than any ordinary louring car (except fl,,. Ford). JONES & LINDLEY, Operating Highway Garage mi a"-'1. ' (13; f!! I0o9 , I if lilt ! 1 1 I i 521 West Grand Ave. b rxnn . .. .,.,..kmi,.iui ; u ,-ri I