The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, October 23, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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We Please Our Patron
Our Gin is equipped with the very best machinery
obtainable and its our constant aim to give satis-
factory treatment and first-class turnouts. Ask
your neighbor about our service.
Who have patronized us will testify that we en-
deavor to please. The Gin is owned by farmers
and our interest is mutual and we ask for your
patronage on a basis of fair, square treatment and
quick service. Let us have your ginning and we
will prove to you that our service will please in all
Our Huller and other machinery is especially
made for ginning bad cotton, such as will be .picked
the last of the season is at your service.
We keep no street solicitors, and depend wholly
upon our service and friends tor the splendid
business we are getting this fall.
means a better
say our Gin turns
price when you sell.
out the best Sample.
Farmers Gin Co.
THE STATK OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any CoiVstable of
Bosque County, Greeting:
You are hereby commandod, that hy
making publication of this citation in
»ome newspaper publUhed tnthe Coun-
ty of Bo«que, State of Texas, for (8)
eight weeks previous to the return day
hereof, you summon Calvin Pratt and
the unknown heir!* of Calvin Pratt, de-
oeased; Villa Pratt and the unsown
heirs of Villa Pratt, deceased;
Charles C. Worthington and the un-
known heirs of Charles C. Worthing-
ton, deceased: Clara Worthington and
theunkown heirs of Clara Worthing-
ton, deceased: Wells Pratt and the
unknown heirs of Wells Pratt, deceas-
ed; Nettie C. Pratt and the unknown
Heirs of Nettie ('. Pratt, deceased:
Albert V. Parks and the unknown
heirs of Albert V. Parks, deceased:
Augustus Parks and the unknown
heirs of Ausustus Parks, deceased:
The Union Real Estate and Live
Stock Investment Company, a cor-
poration, its successors and legal
representatives: Orange Swan and the
unknown heirs of Orange Swan, de-
ceased: George F. Perry and the un-
known heirs of George F. Perry, de-
ceased: W. F. Taylor and the un-
known heirjj of W. F. Taylor, de-
ceased; .1. H. Taylor and the unknown
heirs of J. H. Taylor, deceased; S. R.
Scogin and the unknown heirs of S.
R. Scogin, deceased; Wm. Maxwell
and the unknown heirs of Wm. Max-
well, deceased: C. K. Hell and the
unknown heirs of C. K. Bell, deceas-
ed: J. M. Graham and the unknown
heirs of J. M. Graham, deceased;.!.
L. Spurlin and the unknown heirs of
J. h. Spurlin, deceased: the E. P.
Ellis Company and the successors and
legal representatives of the E. P. Ellis
Company; The E. P. Allis Company
and the successors and legal repre-
sentatives of the E. P. Allis Company:
C. E. Horton and the -unknown heirs
of C. K. Horton, deceased: Ellen
Snell and the unknown heirs of Ellen
Snell, deceased: Ellen Snell, guar-
dian: and the successors and legal
representatives Of Ellen Snell, guar-
wn wards of Ellen
.. ... i ; ,,
One Car 28 Guage
Clifton Lodge No. 41
fendants and each of them are setting
up some kind of pretended title or
claims to said land, the exact nature
and character of which are to plain-
tiffs unknown: that by reason thereof,
and by reason of the defects aforesaid,
the title and possession of plaintiffs
to said land is clouded, rendered un-
saleable and broughtHnto disrepute.
That said defendants, and no one of
them, have any right, title or interest
whatever in said land: bnt that by
reason of said asserted claims of the
defendants and each of them, and
said clouds upon plaintiffs paper title, j Wormy children are unhappy,
plaintiffs are unable to sell -aid land j puny anti sicklv. Thev can t heother-
for an adequate price, or to use the j wjse while worms cat away their
same as they wish to use it. to their
damage in the sum of *1 nio.oO
M. A. CALLAN
0. M. BRONSTAD, Manager
J. D. RAILSBACK
P. F. BERTRAND
Why Hot Publish It?
When you want a fact to become
generally known, the rightlway is to
publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians,
Peru, lnd., was troubled with belch-
ing, sour slomach|and frequent head-
aches. She writes, “1 feel it my duty
to tell others what Chamberlain’s
Tablets have done for me. They have
helped my digestion and regulated my
bowels. Since using them I have been
entirely well.” For sale by Hutton
If the government goes into
the cotton business, what is
the matter with a fruit and pop
stand on the side''
Your Fall Cold Needs Attentios
No use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take I)r. King^s New Discovery, re-
lief follows quickly. It checks your
Cold and Soothes your Cough away.
Pleasant, Antiseptic and Healing.
Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of
Dr. King’s New Discovery and keep
it in the house. ‘*Our family Cough
and Cold Doctor” writes Ijewis
Chamberlain, Manchester, O h i o.
Money back if not satisfied, but it
nearly always helps.
The kaiser’s son telegraphed:
'‘Thank God I am wounded,”
but Russian Prince O’eg was too
dead even to thank God.
What Would You Do?
There are many times when one
man questions another’s actions and
motives. Men act different circum-
stances. The question is. what would
you do right now if you had a severe
cold? Could you do better than to
take Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy?
Keep, Your Stomach and Liver Healthlv
A vigorous Stomach, perfect work- Neuralgia of the face
jug Liver and regular .irling Bowel j hands, or feet requires
is guaranteed i! you will use III ! remedy that v
King's New Life Pills. They insure! BALLARD'S
11 penetrate the I'esh.
S N i i W LINIMENT
Snell, guardian, their unknown heirs
and legal representatives, to be and
appear before the District Court to be
holdea in and for thesaid ( minty of
Hosque, at the Court house thereof, in
Meridian, on the 1st, Monday in De-
1 cember lb!!, the same being the 1th,
day of December 1 f» 14 (file number of
suit being J726) then and there to
answer the petition of J. P. Richards,
G. C. Jeanes and Mrs. S. E. .Jeanes,
(a widow) filed in said Court on the
16 day of September 1614 against said
Calvin Pratt and the unknown heirs
of Calvin Pratt, deceased, andtpthers
above named, their unknown heirs,
successors and legal representatives,
and alleging in substance as follows,
towit: that plaintiffs reside in Bosque
County, Texas: that the residence of
the defendants and of each and all of
them are to plaintiffs unknown, and
It is highly recommended by people
who have used it for years and know that the names of the heirs of said de
its value. Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru,
lnd., says, "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is worth its weight in gold
and I take pleasure in recommending
it. ” For sale hy Hutton it Carpenter
“Whenever there is a war the
devil makes hell larger," says a
German proverb, according to
the Chattanooga Times. Well,
he'll use all of his building ma-
terial this time.
good digest ion. correct * - ms I; pa t ioiC posM-s v -s
and have aniwcidi' :.t tonic effect on wluir tin
the whole system Purify your blond necessary t<*
and rid you of all body poinms store normal
that power. 1 bibbed
pain if felt is all that
relieve su IVei i ng and
eoniiitlou>. 1'riee 2
When the chest feel-, or, lire and the
throat burns, you have indigestion,
and you need IIEIllilNI. to get rid of
the disagreeable feeling, it drives
out badly digested food, strengthens
fendants, their legal representatives
and successors, and their places of
residence are to plaintiffs unknown:
that plaintiffs are the joint owners,
or owners in common, in fee simple,
of the tract of land described in plain-
tiffs’ petition, hereinafter described,
and are now in the actual, exclusive
I and rightful possession of said land.
and are entitled to such possession to
; the exclusion of said defendants and
each of them: that said tract of land
| is improved and under fence is .situ-
• ated in Hosque County. Texas, out of
j the North two-thirds of the Joseph II.
i Slack till) acre survev. and is all ofU”r- "intes Mrs. "sil.e Hue
Just unloaded. Can supply any
quantity in lengths from 6 to 12
I. O. O. F.
Meets Every First and
Third Wednesday Nights.
Visiting Members are Welcome
20 dm L. L. Duke, Sec.
pity, further plead the statutes of
and teh years limitation to said tract '
of land in the usual statutory bum. :
and pray that, said defendants and ,
each of them be cited in terms of law’
to appear«nd answer plaintiff •%, neti-;
tion: for judgment finding plaintiff's:
to be the joint owners in fee simple (>f
said tract of land, and divesting out]
of said defendants ami each of them
any right, title or interest whatever-
they may have in said land, and vest-
ing the same in plaintiffs; that ail
clouds upon plaintiffs title by reasons
of said defects and by reason of said
asserted claims of the defendants and
each of them be removed, cancelled
and held for naught: that plaintiffs
be quieted in their title and possession
of said land, and for all general and
special relief to which ^hey may be
entitled. Herein fail not, but have
you then and there before said Court
this writ with your return thereon
showing how you have executed the
Witness, Robt. Summers, Clerk of
the District Court of Bosque < ountv,
Given under my hand and seal of
said Court, in Meridian, Texas, on
thL. the loth day of September 11*14.
Rhist. Si mmkks,
Clerk, District Court. Hovque < 'ountv,
Texas. _ :>t
Toned up Whole System
"Ch amberlain's Tablets have dime
rue than 1 <'7et da rej hope
A few dn-.es of
p<>rb i '■ m -. ii HI vein.;. rrar.formatloQ.
| strength and vitality.
Plain- i WHITE’S t REAM
Cheerfulness strength and the rosy
bloom >: health speedily ."'-turn
Pric>- ff.’.c per bottle, tsoid hy Price
.v (in ml ami.
The rrian who wants his money
to go ;l j(,ng way might try tak-
ing a trip around the world.—
Stop coughing! you rack the lungs
and worry the body. BALLARD’S
HOREHOUND SYRUP checks irrita-
tion, heals the lungs and restores
comfortable breathing. Price 2jc, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Price
is the best all-round medicine
1 ever used,” writes J. A.
Steelman, ot Pattonvilie, Texas.
”1 suffered terribly with liver
troubles, and could get n« relief.
The doctors said 1 had con-
sumption. 1 could not work at
all. Finally 1 tried
through lii' Bowi
' )il\ ic a t : .iiic a ml $1 Oil per
I-1 Tire ,X Grimland.
S. iid by
the ~>tt'i:;ai 11 and puri!h
1 ’rice iUc Sold by 1 'rice
A WIRELESS MESSAGE
That's what Henry up there is certainly getting, and that’s what
we have for you. Not a brick, hut a message of splendid bargains
in lumber and building material of every kind.
Loook around a hit and see if the barn, or the granary, or the
corn crib, or well! no matter what; just see if something about the
place doesn't need fixing up. If you need lumber of any kind, or
ace likely to need it in the near future. H will pay you to buy it
right now, as we can give you especially favorable prices.
Clifton Lumbjei: Co.
L. D. Townsend, Mgr.
To Automobile Owners.
Come to my Machine Shop to
get your repairing done. We are
prepared to till your tires with
tf * Clifton, Texas.
Apply Sloan’s Freely For Lumbago
Your attacks of Lumbago pre' not
nearly so hopeless us they seem. You
can relieve them almost instantly by
a simple application of Sloan s Lini-1 j,. (.-)S
ment on the back and loins. Lumba-
go is a form of rheumatism, and
yields perfectly to Sloan’s which pene-
trates quickly all in through the sores, i
tender muscles, limbers up the back I
and makes it feel line. Get a bottle '
of Sloan’s Liniment for 25 cents of ^
any druggist and have it in the house 1
- against colds, sore and swollen
joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, »cia-
tica and like ailments. Your money
back if not satisfied, but it does give
almost instant relief.
Eurooe will not buy a bale, but
many bales ot antiseptic cotton.
When vour food does not digest
welland you feel "blue,” tired and
discouraged, you should use a little
HKRBINE at bedtime. It otiers the
bowels, purities • the system and re-
stores a fine feeling of health and
energy, Price 50c. Sold by Price &
the North two-thirds m -aid s.iMi-v,
except a but 1-1 acre tract, mm'' i-r
less, off fil tin Ea-t end thereof, tu-re-
s the bowels. 1 lofore owned by ,1. /.. Carter am
.v Grnuiand. i others, and more particularly fie-
! scribed, as per re-survey and actual
measurement on the ground, as fol-
lows, towit, :»L'S 1-2 acres of land out
of the Joseph H. SJack net acres sur-
vey, on the waters of Coon Creek, in
Bosque County, Texas, and more
fully described by metes and hounds
as follows: Beginning-at the original
N. W. corner of said Slack 640 acre
survey for N. W. corner of this:
thence N. tit) E. Tfi2l) vrs. to the N. \V.
corner of a 104 1-4 acre tract sold by
S. E. Jeanes et al to J. Carter for]
the N. E. corner of this: thence S. 1>0
vrs. for a corner of this: thence
S. 00 W. 6 vrs. for a corner; thence
S .’! 1-2 \V. 51 vrs. to the S. \V. cor-
ner of a 1-6 acre tract sold by G. C.
Jeanes to J. J. Killgore for a corner
of this: thence S. 60 \V. 5 vrs. for a
corner of this, thence S. 30 E. 274 vrs.
to the S. \Y. corner of said .1. /.. Car-
ter 104 1-4 acre tract for the S. E. cor-
ner of this; thence S. 60 W. IKS.} vrs.
I to the West line of said Slack survey
for the S. W. corner of this; thence
i N. .10 \V. 1)72 vrs. to the place of be-
! ginning. That plaintiffs, as the joint
or common owners of said land,
claim the same from and under the
State of Texas by a regular and con-
secutive chain of transfers, but that
there are defects in some of their
deeds and transfers In the acknow-
ledgments thereto, and also'defects in
their record title by failure to record
certain releases of notes and deed of
trust, all of which have been fully
paid off and satisfied. That said de-
bottles mi tie
ago. They nut only cured n >• <6
bill".is attaints, -ick head icne-. and
| that tire.! nut feeling, but toned up
j my whole sv-tem.” For sale by luit-
| ton .V ( arpente:.
| A war tax on chewing gum?
Now watch the dear girls chew j
the rag of wrath.
Bad House Cleaning
Poor house cleaning is the!
cause of much disease. Stirring |
of dust distributes disease!
germs. Never tear up your car- J
pets, rugs, etc., to clean house!
without first disinfecting them j
thoroughly, as well as all the:
building, with Ross’ “Dead!
Quick” Spray. Sold in Clifton j
by Price and Grimland. 2>5t j
and to my surprise, 1 got better,
and am to-day as well as any
man.” Thedlord’s Black-
Draught is a general, cathartic,
vegetable liver medicine, that
has been regulating irregulari-
ties of the liver, stomach and
bowels, for over 70 years. Get
a package today. Insist on the
For Fire, Life, Accident, Hail,
Tornado, Live Stock and all
Kinds of Insurance.
Money to Loan on Real Estate
H. W . H E RI N G
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, October 23, 1914, newspaper, October 23, 1914; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775808/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.