The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, March 7, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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A Strong Combination
The K-R-l-T and the John Deere PlowjJCo.
They selected this line because they fotind after the’niost searching; in-
vestigation that it is a splendid car, giving excellent satisfaction, has
ample power to meet all conditions of service, is 'sold with complete
equipment and is a large roomy machine which will carry five passen-
The Men Behind The K-R-S-T
Are Detroit business men of such commercial standing and strong
finandlal responsibility as to insure purchasers of K-R-l-T cars the best
of everything in material, workmanship and finish, while those actively
connected with the manufacture of the car are veterans >fj the auto-
Model “K-T” $965.00 Delivered in Clifton
ASK THE K-R-I-TICAL MAN
Equipment includes:—Three oil lamps, two teas lamps. Ei'est O Lite tank, mohair top with
side curtains and top cover, clear vision windshield, horn, tool kit with jack and tin; repair
outfit with pump, demountable rims with spare rim and tire holder-.
Mr. Buyer-—Don’t pay more than $965.00 for a car until you have
investigated the K-R-l-T.
John Deere Plow Co., Distributors, Dallas
Tom C. Crimland, Agt.
REEDER BUILDING CLIFTON. TEXAS
Buildings at Rusk are
Rusk, March 1.—Fighting a
ruthless fire which licked up all
but tltW of the principal build*
ings of the State penitentiary
here early this morning, a dozen
convicts were slightly injured,
and one. Pat Roberts of Dallas,
died from heart failure, said to
have been due to his exertions
in combatting the tiro and to ex
citement. His death occured
after the’flre was over.
Roberts was well known in
North Texas and was serving a
two-year sentence here for keep
jing premises for gambling.
The estimated damage is $100,
000. Much of the firefighting
was done by the trusties among
the prisoners. An appeal for
help \vas telephoned, to Rusk
which sent some of its citizens.
The lire brokf out at I o’clock
in the mornihg in the machine
shop from an unknown cause
and swept the major part of the
penitentiary plant within an
hour, when it began to <1 if* out
for lack of further material to
One prisoner temporarily es-
caped during the tire. He was
a shop foreman who obtained a
suit of citizen’s clothes in some
manner. He was .observed and
recaptured when about 1001
yards from the penitentiary.
The following prison buildings i
Shop building, pattern shops,]
chapel building, hospital, dining;
rooms. kitchens, blacksmith
shops, laundry building and in
dustries inside. The foundry
cell building and thee box factory
There’s Nothing Mysterious About It
Some people have wondered why it is that we do the
bulk of the lumber business, not only here in town, but
for miles around. Surely there is nothing mysterious
about, it, nothing to womff'r at. The quality and assort
nient of our stock is reason enough tor that, even were
our prices not as low, or lower than can he obtained here-
If you are not a customer of ours, just give us a trial
next time you want anything in the lumber or bujkling
material. No matter what or how much of it. see our
stock and get our prices.
Clifton Lumber Co.
L. D. Townsend, Mgr.
J. W. GUIN.’The Rock Stable
Host Rigs. Lourteous Treatment, all the time. We -oil
cit your business and assure you that your interests
will be properly taken care of. First class Float, line in
connection. Ring us up when needing our services.
AUTOMO BIL SERVIC iN CONN CTION
We Have Installed a Hearse for Burial
Prompt Service at All Hours
Six month’s teaching in
Write for our catalog. Ask
the about our special inducements
public schools at a salary of $60
per month, produces $1160 per
year, or an average of $110 p^r
month -less than the wages of a
common laborer who has not
spent one cent in the prepara-
tion for his job. You are need-
ed in the commercial world at
$00 per month, twelve months
in the year $720. A net gain is
offered vou in the commercial
world of $il60 per year on a con
How can this gain in salary be
secured1' Here is the positive
answer, given after many accu
rate tests Complete a course of
Bookkeeping and Shorthand or
Telegraphy in the Tyler Com
mercial College of Tyler. Texas.
The teachers who have made
this test in this. America’s larg-
est business training school, are
today drawing much better sal-
aries even than those mentioned
for teachers. Our modern ineth
old age. The teaching prdfes-
ion is a noble one, because at the
present salary it is principally a
matter of charity. Are you go-
ods of teaching and the Famous! ing to work for the state in the
yhairty department, wheifthey
do not even protect you jh old
age, or are you going into the
business world where you can
make a comfortable living aDd
protect yourself in old age?
Read our catalog. It will give
you much valuable information
on what others of your profes-
sion have accomplished after
completing courses with us.
Byrne Systems have not only eu
abled us to build here in Tyler
the largest business training
school in America, but lias won
such favor thruout the business
world, that our graduates aiv* in
ready demand as soon as their
courses are finished, and this is
especially true of teachers who
enter our with the proper
Last year we enrolled more ------
than 1500 students and had rnorej A La Grippe, Then Pneumonia
than 400 calls for our grad uattv* Is too often the .fatali sequence, La
that we could not supply. There-j (>‘dpe haD* on, weaken the
'system, ami lower the vital resis-
tance. R. G. Collins, Postmaster,
N. J. says: "1 was I
troubled with a severe La Grippe
cough and was completely exhausted!
after each lit of violenty coughing.
Before I had taken one half of a hot-1
tie of Foley’s Roney and Tar Com-1
pound, the coughing spells had en-
tirely ceased. I wish to say It can’ll
J. W. GUIN, Proprietor
For Fire, Life. Accident, Hail,
Tornado, Live Stock and all
Kinds of Insurance.
Money to Loan on Real Estate
The Woman’s Tonic
fore we are endeavoring to en
roll 2000 students this year that I Barnegat
we may meet the demand upon
our employment department for
our graduates. The business
world makes the highest bid for
your brains. It offers you com
fortable homes of your own for
CANVTESON <& GODAGER. Proprietors
Automobiles Stored. Repaired. Rebuilt and
Painted. Auto Tops Made to Order, also
Repairing. All Kinds Oil ® Accessories. Prest-o-lite service
Vulcanizing Plant in Connection. Repair Tires and Tubes
Wagon and Carriage Building. Repairing. Painting and
Trimming. Tops Made to Order. Farm Implements and
Machinery Repaired. . . . . . |. > . . .
MACHINE WORK A SPECIALTY
Shoeing and Blacksmithing. All Strictly First-Class
CANUTESON S SHOP T.*„
Old age as it comes in the orderly
process of nature is a beautiful and
majestic tiling. It stands for exper-
ience, knowledge, wisdom, counsel.
That is old age as it should be, but
old age as it often is na^ans poor di-
gestion, torpid bowel*; a sluggish
liver and a general feeling of ill
health, despondency and misery.
This in almost every instance is
wholly unnecessary. One of Cham-
berlain’s Tablets taken immediately
after supper wiB improve the diges-
tion, tone up the liver and regulate
the bowels. That feeling of despon-
dency will giyeway to one of hope
aDd good cheer. For sale by all
There is in almost every baby
boy or girl the making of a use-
ful man or woman. That so
many fall short of the high mark
is rather a matter of training
than of birtll. ,
Best Knows Cough Kenedy.
For forty-three years Dr. King’s
New Discovery has been known
throughout the world as the most re-
liable cough remedy. Over three mil-
lion bottles were used last year.
Isn’t this proof/ It will get rid of
your cough, or we will refund your
money. J. J. Owens, of Allendale,
S. C,, writes the way hundred, of
others have done; “After twenty-
years, J hnd that Dr. King.s .New
Discovery is the best remedy for
coughs and colds that I have ewer
used. ” For coughs or colds and ali
throat and lung troubles, it has no
equal. oOc and $1.00 at Brice &
My household goods will be
sold at auction on March the Hth.
- J. S. Spencer, Cranfills Gap.
Notice to The Pnblic
All fishing, hunting and tres-
passing of any-kind is strictly1
forbidden on my premises.
My Hamilonian Steel Dust
Stallion, 16 hands high, 11
yifears old, dark brown, weight
1,100 pounds, will make this season at C. A.
Russell’s place, 8 miles southwest of Clifton.
$8 to Insure Colt
W. K. GOLDEN, Owner
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, March 7, 1913, newspaper, March 7, 1913; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775803/m1/2/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.