The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, June 27, 1913 Page: 4 of 8

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DISC PLOWS
CAS ENGINE
BUGGIES
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From Our Implement Department
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Wp hayp received A straight car r;u h of . Standard and Mo
tinp Disc Plow*
The quality of these plows is fjilly guaranteed by the mak
ers "and by us" a fact that is worth making note of, and
you can’t go amiss when you decide upon a Moline or a
Standard.
We have many satisfied customers, and you should have a
Moiine or Standard double disc plow, they are the best on
the market we’ve sold them for years and know ,
A t! 1 1 H P. Gasoline Engine. good as new in every partieu
lar This we offer you at $15.00
Never before have we been in a better position to supply you
with a comfortable, easy running buggy—such as you will
be proud to own
We have a larger assortment and better prices than ever .be-
fore. Every vehicle we sell is equipped with the most mod
e.rn appliances for comfort and dnrihjlity, and the showing
embraces the very latest styles. We have top buggies at the
following prices $50. $*>5, $70. $75. $**5 and $1(¥Y00 and m
Rubbt-r Tire up to $225.00.
SURREYS AND HACKS
"Take a look at our extension top Surreys, price
Extension top fill! platform spring heavy 11 «< 1< lot
$100 00
$p>o on
FARM WAGONS
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The old reliable Studebaker and. Peter Hch'uttler wagons are
built of the best material—built for wear They are easy
running high type wagons, and wp guarantee every portion
of them to he A No. 1.
We know and vou know, that the Studebaker and the 4'etorT,
Schuttier wagons is better than, any other wagons»m;bt*Vv-..
anywhere—in durability and apiwaranep W<* invite your
attention especially to these wagons and one of them will b“
the wagon for you to buy.
We have them in sizes from 2 ;■{ 4 u> '■> 1 2
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When in need of a wagon buy a Studebaker or a Peter S<-frit
tier
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GAS RANGES
If you don’t know the comfort arising from having a ga.-> or
oil stove or range ii^your kitchen these warm summer days,
you are midsing something They are no longer a luxury,
hut a down right necessity, and you owe it to your wife, to
see that one is installed right now We have a big Ibm of 0:1
and Gas Stoves, Ranges arid Fireless Cookers
PLUMBING GOODS
Hath Tubs, Lavatorys and Kiteh*m S r.k- iiv.tw cas'
Enameled.
WELL OUTFITS
Windmills and co-mulet** line of we
fittings always on hand
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THE JAMES ® SCHOW CO.
CLIFTON, TEXAS
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The man who has that
‘ grouchy feeling’’ is always lone-
some; people avoid his company.
Asa general thing, even the
merchant who claims that ad-
vertising is a wqste of money
wishes his hated competitor
would quit it.
It sounds good to hear the
saying that they are
making one of the -.best small
Clifton Record
baldridge!
KNTKio;L> AT I'OSTOI'TTCI.. CLIFTON,
TEX A S. AS SSCI>N)> IS.ASS M ATTKK
ARY"KimSING RATES
Displav. |mm- 'inglr-ycimnii inch, eju-h ;
farmers
I >lsj»!«i \ . .»0 iiit’hps ui linin', p**r im'h,
♦ dph HiM'itiOii I Ur
liUt’uK’. |M*r N n»*. f-urlt insrH M»n. r»t*. ciops £>UCtlOD llilti
Kxl id foi sptvl.;ii ftusi ! ' V i • i" kllOWli' And Oil top of
boil'. Ni> ( :isti Discount' " ibis, the cotton and
At; \<l vetti'r im-nts ff!.w„ j pWt.s arc most promising
ttii. i)ii|ici', alien uatlibt-r of insertions
arc not q>ecifi<-<l.ill run unit rtuog |
t-d for until crrdt'rcit.uiit ■ ,
plating moving then families to
Clifton if the Bond issue car
ried, can I op <i up their wagons
land tpuie onto town and by the
[time they get good and settled
comfortably the maintenance
| tax will be voted on the District
jand a splendid corps of high,
[grade teachers will be earnestly
doing their duty in a modern
I and well equipped school build-
ing Come to OlifUm
news was gotten by telephone
that the bond issufe carried by a
great majority;they figure that
what helps their neighbors in an
educational way will help the
entire munty and state
sold immediately after the close sary of the battle of Gettysburg
of the war between the states,
and which has never been dis
tributed among the owners of
the cotton or their heirs, because
of inability, to make the proof
required, that it may he avail-
able to farmers in helping them
to finauce their cotton crops.
in July.
In Denmark,
Stand' by your town.- Not a
dollar invested there but some
good comes of it. I’here is no i would appear to be a good meas-
farnily like one’s -own family; ju re, Tlie inonev represents
there is no .wife [like one’s own | vahlo» of which the people of
wife; there should be no town the South were .robbed, and
People who have been i ontem
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
SUBSCRIPTION ONI- DOLLAR A YEAR
like one’s own town, where we
live, educate our children, on
corn pros-j whose, streets our babies play.
and where we may some day
sleep Let the newspapers
stand by t he toWn. and let bus
iness men stand by t-he news
paper, and let us make our
home as famous as possible -
Blanket Signal.
Friday, .1 une 27, I hi!’
Cheer up; Clifton will
good school yet
have
Tin- cement sidewalk [ever has
broken out in Clifton afresh ’
A K Bass Jr an.^J .1 II. Muse
—— wen- here from Meridian Wed-
Watch Clifton take on renewed j m-sd.iy-'and congratulated Clit-
life with eyervhodv. pulluig to-1 tun on her success in voting
ge-thor for it' Iulu re develop ; bonds to build a. modern school
0), ,p ) liuilding for the children o( the
■..................[Chiton Independent School Dis-
Get the Clifton Boosting habit; j trict. M r. Bass san.l tim-p all
a knocker lias the reputation ofjthe people of Meridian rejoiced
being the most unhappy man on land many college yells went up
earth I over the eit.v that night when the
in it which means that you’ll ,
I*et us have peace j have to put into it all there's m
, the greatest]'°U
dairy country in the world, the , We Rnth I nc. w
dairy business thrives on land 1
valued at 100 to 400 pounds per j
acre. How many lines of farm
ing are there that would spell,
continued 0 proaperitv under!
such conditions' Denmark is j
not the oni.v country where the |
dairy cow has made farming on
logli-priced . land intensive1 Nothing is more conductive to
farming on high priced land - j happiness than a comfortable
intensive farming—possible | home rtf, the f arm,
ami profitable. Holland, parts - « - -■
of Germany and Switzerland,! There is much in i it e that is
the Channel Islands, and
We Both Lose.
We tioth lose if you buy else-
where or order before you get
thy prices, and see the nice line
| of watches and clocks l have.
Any favor you -.how me will be
! highly appreciated. C. E. An
derson at (turner Drug Store.
Fire and Tornado Insurance
J. K. McSPADDEN,
Inturanoa that Inaura*
After the fire is the lime for me to act, and 1 get busy and
go right after yoorjuuney for you.; My com panics all pay
losses cash, no waiting or parleying! I ke^p up with your
policy: that’s tny business.
That’s Why I am your Iriend after the hr*- ‘ Yi
Hon S. I’. Saddler of Gates-
ville delivered an able address
in Reeder Hall last Monday
night to a crowded house of at-
tentive hearers. His subject
was ."Man’s Responsibility.’
The men who availed themselves
of the splendid, opportunity of
hearing this forceful spcakeF -
deliver his speech went away
realizing that they did have
some responsibility This was
Jdr. SuddVr's second* address
to the people here iu the past
ten days for the cause of better
education, and his splendid ser
vices which""were tendered with-
out one cent of pay, will long be
remembered by his many
friends at this place. Mr. Sad
dler went from here to deliver
uii address at the Masonic pic-
nic at Turnersvilie the following
day.
since restitution t" the original
owners or their heirs is unlike
ly, the money should be placed
so as to afford some relief to the
sections of tiie country thatj
suffered as a result of the unlaw
fulsiezure. The bill provides . .
. , , I dairy ixiw for profitable returns
that any part of this money may i L;_,____, , , ,
be recalled at any tune by the
secretary of the treasury to
liquidate and properly adjudi j
cate claims for siezed cotton.v !
Houston Post. *
[forth, aii are depending on the
dairy cow for profitable
from their high-priced land -
Australian Farm Journal.
Go into a thing for all there’s
cheerful, hopeful and elevating
and it is irur duty to discover
and disseminate these attributes
among our neighbors. The
compensation for our services
will be tu taakinglour neightois
happy.
South Carolina requiring the
secretary of the treasury to de(
posit in the banks of, the cotton
growing states the $5,000,000
how held in the treisury which
represents cotton sfexed and
... -H. 1, " \ " ‘ ,X r
Tlie value of aeroplane ser
vice in actual warfare is getting
a tryout in the Mexican con
ffict The apparently authen-
tic report is that in the fighting
around Ortiz the rebel war aero
plant- piloted by Masson, the
Frence aviator, did ’ much exe-
cution for the Federals. Masson,
it is slated, dropped one bomjo j
into the raqks of the FederalsJ
that killed 52 men. Later he
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flew over the Guay mas harbor
and forced the Federal gunboats
Guerreo and Tampico to steam
out to sou to avoid destruction"
through the dropping of bombs
upon their decks. The extent
to which the larger nations of
Europe are organizing their air ’
ship squadrons is pretty g«od
The bill o! Senator Smith of Evidence that they place, a high
estimate on this and to offensive
and defensive warfare.
Forty five thousand veterans,
men who wore the blue <tnd the
gray, will celebrate the answer-
PAY BY CHECK
••*•*••*««
Lach check vou issue is a re-
ceipt with the hanks acknowl-
edgement on it.
To pay by check is the simpl-
est, safest and most convenient
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way to pay out money, be your
business large or small.
Whatever business you may
have, a checking account will be
an adyanta&e to you.
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY AND
PAY BY CHECK
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FARMERS GUARANTY STATE BANK
H M. Bale*. President
Tom C. Parks, Active V. Rrss.
T. w Andersen. V. Free.
J. M, Jensen. Cashier -......—
1, A. Hollingsworth. AaetCeah
A. C. Brandee. Tetter

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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, June 27, 1913, newspaper, June 27, 1913; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775799/m1/4/ocr/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.

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