The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, December 5, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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J. W. GUIN, The Rock Stable
Would Place Limit On
Best Rigs, Courteous Treatment all the time. We soli-
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.
SEIAT01 i. C. McmiCS 1KA1S 01
rtOBLEM OF HOMES
onnection. Ring us up when needing our services
AUTOMOBILE service IN CONNECTION
We Have Installed a Haarae for Buria
Prompt Service at All
J. W. GUIN, Proprietor
Dry and Steam Clean-
ing and Sanitary Steam
Pressing. Careful and
Prompt Attention Giv-
en Ail Work.
W. V. KUGLE;
A Business Education
Practical Business Colleges
WACO, TEXAS HEW YORK CITY
Charleroi Capital $50,000.00 School of Corr. 150 Fifth Ave
Bookkeeping Banking, Shorthand, Typewriting,
Penmanship and Academic Departments
Catalogue THE HIGH ORADE SCHOOL! Enter
FREE rOR HIGH GRADE ETUDERTB Any Time
WE SUCCESSFULLY TEACH BY MAIL
Advanced Accounting, Modern Practical Bookkeeping. Aria-
toe or Jenee'Sbadeleee Shorthand (throe trial lessons aod
complete set of book* *4.00). Touch Typewriting, Penman-
.hip (Business or Artistic). Business Arithmetic, Simplified
Illustrated catalogue Now. Name paper ad. taken irom-
We fur nish everything you need
From the cement in
the foundation to
the' bricks in the
chimmeys and at
prices that are al-
If It Is Building Material, We Have It
and you don't have to wait. We keep a
good supply on hand all the time and can
deliver the goods on short notice.
And the little Ford shall lead them,
lx's first in sales—first in economy
—and first in the esteem of those
who love safety, surety and comfort ,
—because of its wonderful simplicity,
strengthjmd lightness. It leads in
J Think what these prices mean—for
* t the car that lias always stood the tests:
s’ Runabout $500; Touring" Car $550;
< > Town Car $750—f.o.b. Detroit, with all
equipment. Get catalogue and all particu-
lars from Win. Connolly & Co., Clifton,
QUESTION OF HOME*
“The matter of owolpg laud in
Ireland is one that is arousing
much discussion just now,” he
said, but I am far more interest-
ed in the quarter of a million
tenant farmers in Texas, whose
situation Vs far worse than that
of the people in Ireland Statis-
tics say that there are so many
farm homes in Texas—shacks in
which a man and his family can
exist do not constitute homes—
what we need is for the man who
tills the soil to have a chance to
own his own home.
“Col. Henry Exall is doing h
great work in his effort for con-
jservarion of the soil. To my
| mind, however a greater problem
S is the conservation of men. Give
the man a chance to own his
j home and he will save the soil.
| But that is becoming fast an im-
I possibility in Texas. The land
is being bought up'by a few men
| and exploited at such high prices
that it is practically out of the
reach of those who really wish to
‘ We do not need more labor
statutes passed, but labor in the
organic law of the State. We
want more houses owned and
rented. Let us see if we cannot
develop a constitutional provision
making it possible for a man
who has no home to get one.
Let us tax the lands so high that
we will break up this landlord-
To Automobile Uwneri.
Come to my Machine Shop to
get your repairing done. We are
prepared to fill your tire* with
tf ' Clifton, Texas.
A farm cannot be properly
conducted without livestock pro-
duction and soil fertilization.
* Bow to Bankrupt tba Doctors
A prominent New York physician
says. “ If it were not for the thin
stockings and thin soled shoes worn
by women the doctors would probab-
ly be bankrupt.” When you con-
tract a cold (Jo not wait for it to de-
velop into pnuemonia’ but treat it at
once. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is intended especially for coughs and
Colds, and has won a wide reputation
by its cures of these diseases. It is
most effectual and is pleasant and
safe to take. E>r sale by Hutton &
It is not gross income but
judicious investing of the margin
of profit that provides against
the rainy day.
Fit His Case Exactly.
“When father was sick about
six .years ago be read an advertise-
ment of Chamberlain's Tablets in the
papers that fit his case exactly."
writes Miss Margaret Campbell of
Ft, Smith. Ark. “He purchased a
box of them and he has not been sick
since. My sister has storpach trouble
and was also benefited by Chero.'’
For sale by Hutton & Carpenter
Co-operation between practical j
farmers and proficient business j
men will eliminate ignorance and j
TO LIMIT LAND OWNED'
Senator McNealus said that he
believed a good plan would be to
make a law that no one person
I could own more than 160 acres
I in Texas, and only that amount
I for the purpose of cultiation.
| He suggesten that it might be
a good idea to confiscate the re-
mainder to the State at the value
returned by the owner to the tax
Assessors. Then he would have
I the State sell this confiscated
hand to bona tide settlers in the
J same manner that the Federal
Goverment disposed of its home
i stead lands, by a small payment
[down and long time for the bal-
"If lie cannot get himself a
home, what's the "use of saying
'the laborer is worth his hire?9
"I am also in favor of a law
"keeping children in the public
schools until they are 16 years
of age. 1 wish that we might
make it IF 1 would like to see
, the smaller ones keep out of the
; cotton!mills and the stone quar-
ries and the lignite mines and
the other, enterprises that sap
: "Tiie* words of Oliver Gold-
smith in 'The Deserted Village’
; were indeed true, when he said,
• ‘I’ll fares the land, to hastening
ills a prey, where wealth ac- j
I cumulates and men decay.' The j
' greatest .need of Texas today is
some plan whereby the men who;
; does the work "can be enabled j
|to own the home in which they j
j In closing, he said that lie had i
; voted for ah labor measures
j wiule he uad been in-the Legis-j
!Lit.ure and expected to continue i
■ doing so. . j
Croup and Congh Remedy.
Croup is a terrible disease, it at-
tacks children so suddenly thev are
very apt to choke unless given the
proper remedy at once. There is i
nothing better in the world than Dr.
King’s New Discovery. Lewis
Charnbelain, of Manchester. Ohio,
writes about his children: “Some-
times in severe attacks we were afraid
they would die, but since we proved
what a certain remedy Dr. King's New;
Drscovery is. we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup, coughs ard
colds.'” So can you. 50c and 81.00.
A bottle should be in.every home.
At all Druggest. H. E. Bucklen
Co. Phila. St. Louis.
Toilers of the land have been
accused of being selfish without
ambition, yet many peopid envy
them of the content their satis-
Stomach Troubles Disappear
Stomach, liver and kidney troubles j
weak nerves, lame bacx and female j
ills disappear when Electric Bitters I
are used'. Thousands of women would ;
not be without a .bottle in their home, j
Eliza Pool of Depew. Okia. writes; i
“Electric Bitters raised -rue from a i
bed of sickness and suffering and lias;
done me a world of good. ! wish
every suffering woman could use this.,
excellent remedy and lir.d out, as 1;
dkl. just how good it is." As it has-!
helped thousands of others, it surely j
will, do the same for you. Every hot- j
tie guaranteed, 50c and 81.('0. At all.
Druggists. H. E. Buyk!en
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
A F«w of OayMany
B. MuleTob. per lb ..........35c
Pure yam potatoes, per bucket.......«*>c
Bell Snuff, 3 bottles for...........gj6,
Conqueror Snuff, 3 bottles for.......
6 5c sacks of Tobacco for......— . ■ • •
Jjne dozen Bananas for....................Otc
3 cans pink Salmons.■*~JC
5 gallons best Oil. for....... f • • ......
New Car Mich. Salt just arrived
Wc are next to The First State Bank
The Spot Cash Crocers Clifton, Texas
At all times when you need anything in our line;
and our line of goods comprises most anything
used in the home or on the farm.
Bring us your produce of all kinds; we always
pay the highest market prices for everything in
the produce line.
Come to us for everything you need. We car-
ry a complete stock of goods and can supply your
wants in a satisfactory manner. We make it
a pleasure for you to do business with us and ap-
preciate your patronage, whether large or small.
Make our store headquarters.
G. O. Bronstad
Cranfills Gap. Texas
For Fire, Life, Accident, Hail,
Tornado, Live Stock and all
Kinds of Insurance. / ..
Money to Loan on Real Estate
H . W . H E R I N G
To Vote on $450,000 Road
Bond Election December 16th
McKinney, Texas. November
31—Good roads bonds to the
amount of „ $450,000 will be;
voted on December 16th by the
taxpayers of this county andj
much enthusiam is being mani-
fested in the project. Good
roads meetings are being held
u this district and the “value of
good roads” is the predomina-
ting subject. It is anticipated
that a good majority will be pol-
led in favor of the issue on elec-
tion day. The district concern-
ed extends from five or six miles
in either side of this place and
it will be laid with about one
hundred miles macadamized
roads if the Issue is successful.
Horse Shoeing, Blacksmithing,Wagon
and Carriage Building. We make a
specialty ol Repairing, Painting and
Trimming. Auto and Buggy Tops
made to order. Solicit your patronage.
Canuteson & Godager, Props.
United State Tires Carried in Stock
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, December 5, 1913, newspaper, December 5, 1913; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776341/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.