The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, February 6, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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The Clifton Record
New Deere No. 105 Corn & Cotton Planter
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SSrTto Affwd ‘thf'ttmTr'JjVrfwt"«*•• ** nd comfort in the cultl-
vatlon of all row crop*.
large pip«, giving unus-
The WIGGLETAIL hs»
every adjustment known
to scientific mechanical
construction, and is sold
with our unqualified
Ask your dealer and In-
sist on getting the origi-
nal "P. & O." WIGGLE-
TAIL. ir unable to do so.
we will ship one to any «1
responsible farmer, to ba >*
paid for when found as
represented. Write for
circular, and be certain
to g. t the original **P. <S-
o.” WIGGLETAIL. Spur-
ious imitations are on Lhe
TVe are headquarters
for everything that is
best in Haggles, Wagons
_See-tho Deere--‘Dallas” TWkldlcbuster-
Solid steel Beats, double cast steel share, spoon bill point,
hardened soft center steel moldboards, extra hard built
for use Correct in shape. Price reasonable.
I he New Deere No. 105 Corn and Cotton Planter. The accompanying illustration shows the latest
model riding corn and cotton planter for this territory. The New Deere Nd. 105 Planter is a refinement
of the previous model and is characterized by the great strength and durability that were strong points
,,f the earlier machines The price von hay* re, pny for a planter in too much to take anv diancf. Oar
suggestion is that you pay us aTisit and see the No. 105 machine, his guaranteed to be made of the
very best material obtainable, and to do the work for w hich it is intended. You make no mistake in
buying the -DEERE.” If it is not as represented, and we can not make it do the work for which it is
designed, it is not the machine you bought and remains our property. Fair enough, isn t it?
► honest Goods at Honest Prices
Fred Allen fell from' a load of
J C Byrd and wife to R L
Gunter south west 1 4 of blk lid
Walnut Springs $1000.
R E Davidson and wife to
Davidson-Bronstad Gin Co. cart
of blk 25 Kell and Gibbs Audit
ion Clifton $4000.
Hubbard and wife to
John Johnson 160a of the J C
C A Mitchell and wife to J C. j
I yisiung his parents Mr.
New Mexico last Sunday. He isj Mrs. James Robertson
»e»s u'-rr? s “ »jsr- “ “”1 ZSSSZ. =
MARRIAGE LICENSE j View Walnut Springs $450. Bob McKisick of near Fowler 1 js fine ^ farmers. Some have
W. C. Howard and Katie Davis. I locals was in town the first of Hie i their land about all put up.
Isom Smith,and Media Greg-| we had the pleasure of taking ; week. * The shower last week helped
ory' , * i , ,, by the hand our old time friend! Monroe Robertson of Dallas is
H. J. kendncKS and Myrtle: Ttf_ nt Un,-U *. ...... ________.„ and ,r, _ ., v
*tna I ho sowed grain is loosing
this WPij-put worms arc getting bad
in volunteer oats. They damag-
The County Board of trustees, ed Mr. Tom SockweiVs to sucb ^ ^ been rrepami
' consisting of the following nam- an extent that he set tire to them 4 .L _ ..._______ , v
ed gentlemen met in Meridian and it burned like stubble.
Mrs. Birdie Toone give her
father a birthday dinner Sunday. . ., ,
Kim bail of Kiinoall, C. O. Bruns- Mr. Shafer was -2 years' old, he lo0h,,'K after ms tatt.e h.re v-at
tad of Norse Rufe Womack of
Win. Cureton of Steeple Rock j v-sjtjng
He is |
here visiting his son H. J. Cure- j
ton and family. Bill looks hkej
they were feeding him well;
where he stays.
W. S. Mixon tor Commissioner
W. S. (Will) Mixon one" of tlie
best known and among the most
progressive citizens of this com-
--------------- jinunityhas authored the Rec-
wood Saturday evening and was ord to place his announcement
badiy hurt but is reported doing j for County Commissioner of
the looks of grain considerably, ni^iy at this time. i Precinct No. 4, in this issue of
---•" | the paper subject to the will of
There will b e a Sunday j the voters as will be expressed
School rally .at the M. K. church! >n the Democratic primaries of
Sunday evening. A good pro-1 nt*xt J u,) -V Mr.-Mixon has
, ,re 1 sj*ent nearly his entire- life as a
I farmer and a majority of that
of the attractions being a solo by! Line
Miss Mina Ellis anu Miss ' jast Monday. James M. Robert-,
Wordna Elliot of Fairy we,'e sonof Meridian. Hon. Richard
week end visitors with home
on his farm which he own-
Dr. W. V . Blankiuslnp. D-d on the Bosque -river near
Mr Williams of Jonesboro was!town' There is no C)lizen ^Iter
koown to the voters o! this sec
r. .-.m..-, v..„, w , tion than he, and we feel that
enjoying good health and has ^day ana Sunday ™ ®an whosUnthihigh-
McNeelly accompanied Womack and R. A. Tibbs.of x ai tr(Xj(] use of himse.f The ioliow-' Chas. Blankinsrnp and wJe!men ' s l,I<a ,on 0 liS t,ow
by his niece, Miss, Mina Ellis, j ley Mills. A.l were present ex j^g guest parto*»a. of the bounti-'spent Saturday mg lit and Sun-j- He has always shown a most
visted his brother Ross, at the | cept Mr. Tibbs ful repast. Rev. EH. Hearn, Jay with his brother Dr. Blank- j progressive spun in all public
C A Mitchell a"a wne j G. C. & S. F. Sanitarium at Tern- j Dr. O. R. Marshall and family 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker, Mr., inship. --------
Phillips parcel of lan in r e ! Jast Sunday whom they i j^ave. to the regret of their many i and Mrs. Tom Sock well. Misses i Mrs. Lillie Keeton
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issues confronting the i>eople of
this community for their deci-
lilhps parcel oi laoa in ireueu ^ ^ Sanday wbcm they j have. to the regret of their many .and Mrs. Tom Sock well. Misses! Mrs.Li!1ie Keeton is visit.ng “Z.tmdi/eS ted for this most
^G5. ■ found rapidly recovering from a I Meridian friends have decided to] Minnie Arnold and Mamie Heiz j Mrs. W. B \\ aiaer. j important oouuty office., we feel
Elmer Pederson an w» i severe scald received on theLj^e their home in the future in jer, Mr. O. Loper, wife and moth- j Rmithr,,^ « hnsinM«i<>mte ,awhil,rM#rd in an ofti-
60 ' — ,,iere '“‘lrjl,^^M”-U C ! trip lo Crawford Saturday.'
Lowe of Lanes Chapel.
j trip to Crawford Saturday. people will be proud.
J. C. Poston and daughter,
K. H.Muse has a force of work-j Miss Gardner visited home- i Miss^tha,"attended theT'heat' Extreme Cold Wtttber
nd F M Renfre M D , with an engine operating a pill- j Wednesday
haume parcel of land in Eulogy ,dnver- I K.H.Mutau-.f».«------| miss o»ru u«i t MiSs Letha, attended the L neat-
D. C. Ashmore editor of the, men at work building a couple^of folks at Kopperl from h’riday to | ea38 Gardner wedding Sunday, This M 00 th
Morgan Messenger was in our j dwelling houses on the hill south gunday. levening. . . ... . ,
pr Boone to O he M Dec- . , . * , . , ? ,, 0 . ,___! 1 ; And you will liselv need more
* v ooone w city the first of the week. l of the James M. Robertson home; . .. , , f i Sellb-s and wife of Pan- D . •,» r, , . . ... , .
haume parcel of land in Eulogy: for C J Lewis. We understand J. P. Richards his son. Jeff , j w* p ° AcioU. Comforts and Blankets
*<S00 John Tnmmier and Willie tor l,. j. ^ is. and daughter. Ruby, visited rel-
p Goyin* of Fairy were autoing in] that Mr. Lewis contemp atea y- j ^ Cayote Saturday
J E Wells and wife to W E Meridian Sunday. | in« iD o*e of the houses while ■ ^ ......
Joiner 100a of the R L stocston . ! the other will be for rent. C. E. Dansby and M H. Rich- ,OQr townsman P Mathews is in
w». Cilt Prestoo H.n.b.cVl. made church a. Ito the ». lor w*«ber.
J w Gosdin and wife to S L . ! dying tripTuesday to Clifton. jeim Sunday..
cake took dinner at W. F. Atkin-1,, . . . ..__
,, , If so now is the tune to get them
sons Monday. i . . v k
while they are going lor about.
U is generally nnderatoed that one tblrd vFhat they are worth.
•« f/-.xrryurnan at f W in
uosainauu w u ■ visilor Monday.
Trimmier 60a of the John Hob- ^
so n $1200
Have some Matresses, Bed-
Steads, and Folding Cots left.
Ge^ your votes in.— (^onnohy All at a real bargain.
S R Caruth of Morgan was a Ph>f. Mason undertook to whip I C. A. Tuub was a Valley Mill*; Co. * >t - . Dr. J. D. Howard
^r.ne of his large boys last week | visitor Tuesday. -----------------------1—^--------------------- ■ —............' .....- '................—......--------------------
sand the boy cut him so severely
of Temple, one of the leading candidates for
Governor of Texas, will speak at Mixon Hall
Friday night, February 6, on the subject of
Good Roads. Everybody invited to be present.
- A. A McNeil, J B, Crow and
that.he has been out of commis ^ ^ Tweedy of Valley Mills
Sion this week, ............ w<jre looking after business here
There were thirty one bund Friday.. j
red and ninety* poll tax receipts • ,
isued in Bo^ae ccuntj and one .Vh,lnatr.cn and H.«h Bond,
hundred anb.en.y eiBht eI. oi Ration took d.nner w.th €. A.
Tuob ? riday.
R. B. Moorman tax collector C. W. Polk and wife of Morgan j
reports that the taxes have been j passed through our city Satur-.
paid to a large per cent. Better j day on their way to visit their |
daughter at Coryell.
MEN'S BIBLE CLASS
Meets at Mr. Hardie s study on Sunday
morning at 10 o’clock, and on Mcnday
night at 7:30. You will be welcome.
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, February 6, 1914, newspaper, February 6, 1914; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775039/m1/1/: accessed July 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.