The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 26, 1928 Page: 2 of 8
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Del Monte Peaches
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Quaker Maid Beans
PEANUT BUTTER fbesh bulk * 17c
DOMESTIC SARDINES . - $c
A&P Pure Grape Jelly
Del Monte CORN
Del Monte PEAS
Old Dutch Cleanser
Lifebuoy Health Soap
S OLEOMARGARINE 19c
8 O’CLOCK COFFEE
cESt Atlantic & Pacific
THE MAN WHO KEPT HIS WORD
It is like the shadow of a great
in a weary land to run across,
a man who
as we do occasionally,
keeps hi* word.
Yon may be able to sue on written
>ut in writing
ig, bat some
how the man who does not keep his
word strictly is a slllpery customer
it is hard to get hold of him even
: ' is of writing.
irity for a
frankly pays you something on ac-
count right along if he cannot pay
the whole amount.
CATS UNDER RIO
GRANDS TO MEXICO
A natural cava, over three miles
long, in which an explorer may walk
dry-shod, under the Rk> Grande is
one of the scenic wonders of West
Texas recently investigated by A. H.
Dunlap, member of the state board of
Another cave, apparently worked
out by prehistoric man, is located in
the 1,100-foot vertical cliff of the Rio
Grande canyon on the Mexican side,
FALL FASHION HINTS
Woman’s dress is more varied, more
Individual and more interesting this
fall than R has been for many year.*,
but it will require study from each
woman to choose the bast colors for
her type and wear them in thy moat
graceful and'becoming manner.
Line is one of the most important
things to consider and the live funda-
mental things to consider are: neck,
sleeves, waist, hips and silhouette.
The scarf neck is very smart and ties
in a bow on the shoulder. The V neck
and in, it persons can see from the line is very popular, lace collars and
American side the bones apparently
of cliff dwellers of past centuries
The cave under the Rio Grande is
located at the lower end of the long
canyon through which the river bows
near Santa Helena. This cave was re-
ported to the state official by a family
named Sweeney, whose members have
lived along the Devil’s River for two
Fifteen years ago, three of the
Sweeneys ventured into this long
cave, and followed through it, coming
out on the Mexican side three miles
cuffs as well as lingerie collars and
cuffs are good. Set-in sleeves are pop-
ular and there is a tendency toward
trimming the sleeves as puffs or full-
er sleeves. The waist line this fall
is declared to be just at the top of
the hip bone and the hips are fitted
smoothly and closely. Below the hips
there is fullness of some kind such as
draperies and plaits. Skirts are fuller
at the bottom and the back and front
are the same.
The new silhouette remains very
slender but with a slight tendency
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from the border, after having walked toward princess. In spite of more full
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under the bed of the Rio Grande. Tney
reported water in the cave at that
ness the lines of the new mode make
, - .the smart woman look slender and
I time, but quoted others who had ex- trim. The skirt is slightly longer than
plored it that the water appeared last season and for sport and street
only in the rainy season, and did not wear should be about three inches
I seep down from the river over it. below the knee. For evening wear the
Mr. Dunlap related accounts of the I skirts are longer and the hem lines
I old town of Ojinaga, opposite Presi-Uneven.
jdio, located there in 1548. Satin seems to be the leading ma
He went into the section this year terial this fall but velvets and vei
1 just a a few days too late to witness veteens both plain and printed
the Mexicans’ “third of May” obeer- tweeds, printed jerseys and wool geor-
vance, which has persisted for a cen- gettes are also approved. Patterns
tury. Indians abducted a child from are sharply angular, with modemis
near Santa Vicente 100 years ago, tic and floral designs, checks and
and searchers later found her body!polka dots.
1st the top of a cliff, three miles from Brunettes should rejoice for brown
the populated valley. Her body was »» a very smart color this fall, wheth-
found on May third. Each year hun- er red brown, dark brown or any oi
Idreds of Mexicans gather days ahead the new wine shades. Blondes are al
of the date, laboriously gather mes- ®° remembered for blues are very
quite and other Inrush, and pile it all chic, including light shades of navy,
along the path from the valley to the I bright blue, green blue and slate blue!
I huge chapel built where the girl’s Black is as popular.
Jbody was found. Hats show one sided and off-the-
On the third of May they set fire *«c« treatment with small hats very
I to the brush at the lower, end, and “mart and the poke bonnet shape verv
throughout the night of May 3, as popular. Fall styles dictate strapped
the* mourners gather in loud lamen- “hoes, pumps, and low cut oxfords,
tations, an arrow of flame climbs ph** are simple and graceful and with
slowly up the peak, its tip resting at v«ry little trimming. Brown and
I last at her grave. black seem to lead in color.
Hw apparently artificial cave in| Myrtle Gaines. C. H. D. A.
I the canyon cliff has been photo- ______
graphed. The mouth of the cave is LADIES* AID MEETS
perfectly round, 200 feet in diameter .0n Tuesday afternoon the Ladies’
It is about 300 feet up the side of Aid of the Immanuel Lutheran church
this marvelous canyon with 800 feet ™et at the h°“e of Mrs. H. W. Her-
of sheer cliff above it. Across the top I 'n*‘ meeting was called to order
I5- a perfectly rectangular set-back bv 1> *•-
a few dozen feet, giving the ap-
I pearance of the opening identically ■ ----- — .nu.uvivm
I that of a round culvert opening with Passed I would like to make mention
1. v-------------*- ’ ‘ * • ‘of one especially, namely, that it was
__decided to collect a coop of chickens
thi* cave, furnishes a steeply-sloping Iand send them u * donation to
water’s edge to ^ut^eran College at Austin. All n
Give you full value for all
the mileage left in your old
tires. Put on your size and
type of brand new Good-
year All-Weather Treads—
The World's Greatest Tire’
—at a low price that will
suit your purse. And then
give you free the ‘feest
tire service in town. How
about a trade today?
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LEE’S DIARY GIVEN TO
Lexington, Vs.—The red-backetf
diary written in Spanish, English,
French and Latin by “light Horse
Harry” Lee while in the West Indes,
1813-1818, was given to the Lee Mu-
seum of Washington and Leq Univer-
sity recently. “Light Horse Harry”
was a Revolutionary hero and the
father of General Robert E. Lee.
Though dimmed by age, the writing
is still perfectly legible to one who
knows the four languages Lee em-
ployed. The contents consist of opin-
ions on various matters and people
with numerous quotations of foreign
prose and poetry that caught Lee’s
by the president, Mrs. Carl Pearson,
and opened with song and prayer.
Among some of the resolutions
approach from the
I the mouth of the cave.
. — mem-
°f the congregation are Invited
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The river here runs at the bottom to lend * helping hand. Besides a fair
of a narrow 1,100-foot gorge. At nun,ber of members also five visitors
I other points the canyon is as muck were P******** whose company was
as 2,000 feet deep. Several parties vefy much enjoyed. All members re-
Ihave gone down the river in boats ported that they were busy getting
this long canyon, escaping *or the bazaar, which is to be
Jthe danger of numerous rapids.
This cave is located less than 50
Imiles from the immense silver and
quicksilver mines, some of which are
now being worked.
TO THE COLLEGE DROP OUTS
There may any number of reasons
given on the first Saturday in De-
The invitation of Mrs. A. F. Gohlke
I to meet at her home on the 6th of
I November was accepted with thanks.
After all pending business was
I taken care of the hostess, Mrs. Her-
|ing, served a delightful plate lunch,
it was impossible for you to consisting of sandwiches, cake, dough-
It is easy to sell character but Im-
possible to purchase it.
The expert fault-finder has no rea-
son to be proud of his accomplish-
Let us join the company that may
be classed as does, not complainers
We are rejoicing in whafc.iuui heea
accomplished by our churcW&i ysai .
and are eager in the three weeks that
remain of the conference year to do
yet larger things, thus making a it-
port at conference worthy of us all.
Sunday School 10 a. m. The Sunday
School is going fine. Preaching ser-
vices 11 a. m. and 7:16 p. m. In these
sermons the pastor is calling for a
deeper consecration and higher de-
votion to our Lord.
Epworth Junior 2 p. m. and Senior
League 6:45 p. ns.
Woman’s Missionary Society Mon-
day 8 p. m. and prayermeeting Wed-
nesday 7:16 p. m.
We most cordially invite the gener-
al public and all to our services.
W. J. Hearon, Pastor.
Our lan&s are private property and
we will not allow any hunting, pecan
e wnoje amount. w* ***** «wv v----
The test of the fundamentally hon- gathering or treepassing of any kind,
est man is his punctuality in meeting We will prosecute anyone doing so.
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his engagements or in frankly
plaining to you why those engage-
ments cannot be met.
The courts are full of people try-
ing to evade their plain engage-
A man who Is in debt sincerely tries
uixy **#•* that debt whether it hurts
after him not. It is very trying and very
disturbing to our faith in human na- a
character and is up- tore to find a person who it always 1 Nebraska, .— ~ -----
if he gives explaaations for not doing as’client before she finished
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Will J. Krueger,
A. C. Brandes,
Mrs.. H. Brandes,
Ole O. Christenson,
Attorneys for <
lebraska, had t
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farm; doing “aid h® wouU do
The good loser, the man who loses
and yet is cheerful is the man who is,
after all, one of the chief pillars of
the social fabric.—Exchange.
put to her. Up, to the point of
j ruption, her answer contained r
I words, with no indication that it
to be concluded.
continue your college work this year
If you are one of those who had to
[drop out for any reason whatever, j Prayer,
are you going to hoist tie white flag
and acknowledge defeat? Not on your
life you are not. If you give up now
you are defeated.
Why not do this: enroll immediate-
ly with us for an all round business
course. We have a very special prop-
osition to offer as many as fifty young
young men and women if quick action
is taken which will enable you to pay
for your course with the use of your
course. A special plan has just been
consummated to help young ambitious
boys and girls, young men and women
I to go through our school. If yop
should want to go on to the univer-
sity or some other school of higher
I learning the work done here in most
cases will be recognized, and with
vour business training you may work
your way through the university or
if you prefer you will be placed by
our Employment Department in a po-
sition as quickly as you graduate.
You can complete a business course
here with but a very small outlay of
money and your success is almost as
spre as the rising of the sun. By en-
rolling immediately you will almost
ready for a nice position by tl»
of the year.
rrfte your name on the coupon be-
low and send It tq»us quick. Our spe-
cial plan will enable us to accomodate
only, a limited number.
nuts and coffee, to all present. The
meeting was closed with the Lord’s
Medieval doctors sometimes used
parts of mummits in concocting med-
Record for scholarship.
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 26, 1928, newspaper, October 26, 1928; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776187/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.