The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, July 15, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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up-to-date in every particular,
id managed by men who know how
ty “Cllfton-madf»”syou not only get as good
The following leading brands are sold hy all the merchants of Clifton
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BELLE of BOSQUE
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In addition to these we also make
PURE CORN CHOPS
WHITE CORN MEAL
WHOLE WHEAT GRAHAM
PURE WHEAT BRAN
The Doctor says(: “Eat plenty of good Graham Bread and you will have less use for me.
Order a sack now from your Grocei. Put in 12 and 24 pound sacks.
Bosque Co. Mill (Si Elevator Co.
Waco. Tex. July 7.—The con-
firmation in The News of the pur-, ]
chase by the Missouri Kansas
and Texas of the Texas Central
was pleasing to Waco people.
Conjectures are now being made
as to which of the two passen-
ger stations will continue in use,
that on Eighth and Johnson
streets, or the Texas Central
station on the east side of the
Rrozos River. The Texas Cen-
tral passenger station, freight
depot and yards in East Waco
occupy about four blocks, while
the Katy facilities on the West
Side are less than one block. It
I is believd that the Katy will
! build a skyscraper on the East
! Waco property for all purposes,
i including general offices.
Old Hats Made New
Bring me your old hat. I clean, dye and
re-block hem. All work guaranteed.
Cleaning and pressing a specialty. We make
clothes to your individual measure.
A FIT GUARANTEED
. V. K
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Door West of First
L<. F. R. Wingrove
Will be in Clifton every sec-
ond Monday in each month,
and in Valley Mills every sec-
ond Saturday. Bring in your
Headquarters at Live-
S. A. Lindquest
; | Sell Waco Bakery Bread
Short Order of all Kinds
Back end Fricke’s Stand
Hillsboro. July 9.—In inter-
views with leading cititzens,
both here and at Whitney, opin-
ion is freely expressed that the
projSosed interurban from here
to Whitney would prove a paying
investment, and is greatly de-
sired. These gentlemen are
positive that Hillsboro and Whit-
ney can easily build the road
without an appeal to outside cap-
j ital. It is stated that all that is
, necessary is for responsible | unknown, to be and and
I parties to take the initiative and
! the necessary money will be sub-
scribed. After the election is
over, now the absorbing topic,
important developments may be
expected. That the road will be
built is the judgment of men
fully able to build it.
JAMES M. ROBERTSON
Attorney and Counselor
Meridian. e Texas.
J. S. BOUNDS
Will Practice in All the Courts
A Few Short Weeks.
Mr. J. S. Bartell, Edwardsvilie,
Ind., writes: “A few months ago my
kidneys became congested. I had se-
vere backache and pain across the
kidneys and hips. Foly Kidney Pills
promptly cured my backache and cor-
rected the action of ray kidneys. This
was brought about after my using
them only a few- short weeks and lean
cherfully recommend them.”—Price &
was here Monday.
Life on Panama Canal
has had one frightful drawback-mala-
ria trouble-that has brought suffering
and death to thousands. The germs
cause chills, fever and ague, billious-
ness, jaundice, lassitude, weakness
and general debility. But Electric Bit-
ters never fail to destroy them and
cure malaria troubles. 1‘Three bottles
completely cured me of a very severe
attack of malaria,” writes Wm. A.
Fretwell,of Lucaraa, N. C.“and Pve
had good health ever since.” Cure sto-
mach, liver and kidney troubles, and
prevent typhoid. G uaranteed bv Price
At the platform on the old
Buck Griffin place, Friday night,
July 15th. Music by the Womack
By The Committee.
Baby Morpeine Fiends
are made by all soothing syrups and
baby medicines that contain opium
and narcotics. McGee's Baby Elixir
eontans no injurious or narcotic drugs
of any kind. A sure and safe cure for
disordered stomachs, bowels and fret-
fulness— splendid for teething infants.7
Sold by Price & Grimland.
The Big Whiskey House of
L. CRADDOCK & CO.
—-D ALLA S=
The Largest Shippers of Whiskey Direct
to Consumers in the SOUTH
Below We List a Few
Our Leading Brands:
Bottled in Bond 4 ^
James E. Pepper
Quality Club 4.50
Early Times ......... 4.50
Clear Creek ............. 4.00
Duffy's Malt (4 bot.) ... 4.00
CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Bosque County, Greeting:
You are hereby commanded,
that by making publication of
this citation in some newspaper
published in the county of Bos-
que, if there be a newspaper
published in said county, for
eight weeks previous to the re-
turn day hereof, vou summon
Sam Poulson whose residence is
before the county court, to he
holden in and for the county of
Bosque, at the courthouse there-
of. in Meridian, on the third
Monday in August. 1910, the
same being the 15th day of Au
gust, 19ip: File number being
876, then and there to answer the
petition of Schow Brothers, a
firm composed of P. E. Schow
and O. E. Schow, filed in said
court, on the 7th day of June A.
D. 1910, against the said Sam
Poulson and slieging in sub-
stance as follows to-wit: Suit
upon a promisory note dated
February 22, 1907, due on or be-
fore October 1st, 1907, for the
sum of $846.30, with ten per cent
interest per annum from date un-
til paid, made by defendant to P.
E. Schow & Brothers and paya-
ble at Clifton, Texas; that on or
about May 20th 1908 the firm of
P. E. Schow & Brothers was dis-
solved by mutual consent, J. E.
Schow of said firm selling his
entire interest to plaintiffs the
remaining members of said firm,
including the note sued upon
herein, whereby plaintiffs be
came and have continuously
since been the owners and hold
ers of said note'and are still the
owners and holders thereof; that
said note pioyides for ten do!
lars liquidated damages and ten
per cent then due as attorney’s
fees in the event default is made
in the payment of said
note and it is placed in the hands
of an attorney for collection or
suit is brought thereon. Plain-
tiffs allege that they have placed
said note in the hands of their
attorney who brings this suit
and have contracted to pay him
said liquidated damages and at-
torney’s fees, and that the same
is a reasonable attorney fee; that
said note is long past due and
though payment has often been
demanded defendant has failed
and refused and still refuses to
pay the same or any part thereof
except five dollars paid and cred-
ited on said note September 5,
1908. Plaintiffs pray for citation
in terms of law, for judgment for
the full amount due on said note
according to its face and read-
ing, for all costs, and for general
and special relief, etc.
Herein fail not, but have you
then and there before said court
this writ, with your return there-
on, showing how you have exe-
cuted the same.
Witness, D. J. Cutbirth, clerk
of the county court of Bosque
Given under my hand and seal
of said court, in Meridian, this
Ttb day of June A. D. 1910. D. L
Cutbirth, clerk county court Bos-
que county, Texas. By M Odle,
The Best Hour of Life
is when you do some great deed or dis-
| cover some wonderful fact. Tins hour
I came to .1. U. l’itt. of Bock\ Mt.,N. (’.
wlii i. he was suffering intensely, as he
! says"fmm the worst cold I ever hud. I
j then proved to my great satisfaction
j what a wonderful cold and cough cure
j IV. King’s New Discovery is, For, af-
ter taking one hottle, I was entirely
cured. You cant say anything too good
of a medicine like that.” Its the surest
and host remedy for diseased lungs,
hemorrgages, lagrippe, asthma. ha\
fever -any throat or lung trouble. 50c
II. trial bottle frw. Guaranteed hy
Corner Drug Store.
A Business Education
Practical Business Colleges
llforpsr.iej Capita! $50,000.00
NEW YORK CITY
School of Corr., 15b Filth A.*.
Boohko.plnr. Banklnr, Shorthand. T-.-pawrltlns
P.nm.n.hlp and Acadamlc Dapartmanta
Fr„ THE HIGH GRADE SCHOOLS Entar
cataiar.. for HIGH 6RADE STUDENTS r.m
tNOITNAID IT ant a Ipicliltr
Thro* Trill latum and
Caaaltla lal at I sot a
BOOKKEEPING BY MAIL
Tm Cm Wrllt aa latalltpthla
taller I* Ikarttiand UttarM
Bank Examiners Meet.
Fort Worth.Tex. July 5—The Gatesville, July 8.—At a point
regular semi annual eonf'erenee j where the Cotton Belt has to
of the National Bank Examiners j cross the Temple & Northwest-
of the Ninth District of the! ern railroad to got into Hamil-
Uniteil States, composing the | ton trouble arose between the
States of Texas. Arizona and I roads. The Temple & North-
New Mexico, with headquarters j western has a dump at the point
at Fort Worth. wffC'tield at Ft and the Cotton Belt is in a shal-
Worth, Tox. on .July l and 5. I low cut. The Cotton Belt crew
the Temple and Northwestern j This conference is the result of a | tore away the dump and laid
between Gatesville ana Hamil ; division °f the United States in-(their tracks across the right of
to districts by the present Con- I way of the Temple & Northwest-
troller of the Currency. Hon. |ern The Temple & Northwest*
Lawreuee O. Murray, as an iui j ern crew tore up the rails and
portant part of the reorganiza- sued out an injunction against
tion of the work of the exatnin -j the Cotton Belt. Judge Arnold
Haul Track into Road.
Gatesville, Tex. July 7.—Tues-
day the Stephenville North and
South Texas Railroad recently
purchased by the Cotton Belt
graded its line across the line of
ton. The Texas and Northwest-
ern sued out a writ of injunction
and while the writ was being
applied for the Stephenville line
laid its rails at said crossing.
The injunction was granted and
during Tuesday night people of
Gatesville interested in the Tex-
as and Northwestern tore up the
150 feet of track laid by the Cot-
ton Belt people and hauled it out
in the public road.
Must Be Above Suspicion.
Kidney and bladder ailments are so
serious in their consequnces, and if
unchecked so often fatal that any rem-
edy offered for their cure must be
above suspicion. Foley Kidney Pills
contains no harmful drugs, and have
succossfuly stood a long and thorough
test.—Price & Grimland.
Bids for Treasurer of the
school funds of Clifton Indepen-
dent School District will be en-
tertained by the Board on July
15th. Leave your bids with Dr.
J. T. Glass, Sec’y. of the Board.
By order of the Board.
H. H. Baley, President.
Dr. J. T. Glass. Secretary.
That a clean, nice fragrant com-
pound like Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
will instantly relieve a bad burs, cut
scald, wound or piles, staggers skep-
tics. But great cures prove its a won-
derful heuler of the worst sores,ulcers
boils, felons, eczema.skineruptions.as
also chapped hands,sprains and corns.
Try it. 25c at Price & GriVplands.
At this meeting reports of the
work done for six months end-
ing July 1 were read by the ex
aininers, who also read papers
upon various subjects relating
to the supervision and ex&tnina
tion of National banks. These
papers were very interesting
Disagreeable at Home.
Lots of men and women who are
agreeable with others, get “cranky”at
home. Its not disposition, its the liv-
er. If you find in yourself that you
feel cross about the house, littlethings
worry you, just buy a bottle of Bal-
lard’s Herbine and put your liver in
shape. You and everybody around
you will feelbetter for it. Price 50
cents per bottle. Sold by Price ,Y
Bring us your Prescriptions
and Ilecipees we till them ac-
curately at the Corner' Drug
Store using the purest and
granted a temporary injunction
Foley’s Kidney fills Have Cured Me.
The above is a quotation from a
letter written ivy H. M. Winkler,
Evansville, Ind., ‘‘I contracted a se-
vere case of kidney trouble. My back
gave out and pained me. I seem-
ed to have lost all strength and ambi-
tioi.; was bothered with dizzy spells,
my head would swim and specks would
(lout before my eyes. I took Foley
Kidney Pills regularly and am now
perfectly well and feel like a new man.
Foley Kidney Pills have cured me.”
—Price & Grimland,
Good Second hand buggies for
sale cheap at the stable. Tenni-
son & Guin.
The Laziest Man In the World
Would not be content to he kept in the
house and doing nothing by rheuma-
tism. Neither are you, who are always
busy and active. Then don’t neglect
the first twinge of ache or pain that
you might thinkjs just a “crick.”
Bub well with Ballard’s Snow Lini-
ment and nomatter what the trouble is
It will disappear at once. -Sold by
Price & Grimland.
I will be in Clifton one week,
staiting Tuesday, July 12th to
If you are in need of glasses
I will appreciate your calling to
Office with Dr. Glass.
Du. Wm. G. Pfaeffle.
Active At 81.
This would be unusal news if men
and women would keep themselves
free from rheumatism and, dll ache and
keeping their muscle*
with Ballard’s Snow
“Is Life Worth Saving?”
Mrs. Mollie Mcltaney, Prentiss,
Miss., writes that she had a severe
case of Kidney and bladder trouble,
and that four bottles of Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy cured her sound and well.
Hhecloses ber letter by saying: “l
heartily recommend Foley’s Kidney
Remedy to any sufferer of kidney dis-
ease. It saved my life.”—Price &
Don’t fail to use Nyats line
when yon want medicine, their
Vegatible prescription, Tonic
Pills, anything in patent med-
icines guaranteed at the Corner
Sold by Price A Grimland' Drug Store.
Where Some Men Fall Down -
Carelessness is a stumbling block that trips many
a man. This is especially true in buying lumber.. Some
men imagine that there-isn’t very much difference in the
quality of lumber and they pay a great big price for their
carelessness in not investigating.
If you want to be sure of getting the best lumber
your money can buy, make your purchases from us. We
handle only the best for the money, no matter what the
Our prices are as low as you can get elsewiere.
L. D. Townsend, Mgr.
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, July 15, 1910, newspaper, July 15, 1910; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775980/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.