The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 28, 1928 Page: 3 of 8
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1»« POUND STEER
HAS FIVE LEGS
San Angelo.—W. B. Harding, who
resides in the Salt Gap community
has a most unusual steer. It is a four-
year-old Durham animal, and weighs
about 1,200 pounds and possesses
ffive legs. The fifth leg extends from
a pointin' the middle of the back
down trn side and reaches to within
20 inches of the ground.
A church mainained at 'Wasdale,
England now has an average congre-
gation of only six persons.
OCTOBER. 6 f« 21
Hi One tflhtiMillun"
Cures Chills and Fever
Intermittent, Remittent and
Bilious Fever due to Malaria.
It Idlls the Germs
T. C. Coston
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office, Downstairs in Brooks building
Next door to Corner Drug Store
Telephones: Office 80; Residence 78
CLIFTON -:- TEXAS
(From Talley Mills Tribune)
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Warrington
and son of Waco spent last Sunday
here visiting at the home of Mr. and I
Mrs. J. F. Warrington.
S. ft. Heath has traded _ his farm
at the edge of town for the Sam K.
Lewis old home and will move to that
place at an early date.
Mr. and Mrs. ft. L. Reed attended
t|ie district meeting of the Texas-
Louisiana Power Co. at Meridian ot.
last Friday night.
Jimmie Cooper who has been in
Aransas Pass working for the Hum-
ble Pipe Line Co., is visiting with his
mother here for some time.
Miss Ruby Lee Csllan is visiting
Miss Winona Valllant in Waco, but
will return to Valley Mills this week
to visit her friends, Mrs. Joe Hinton,
for a few days...
Mrs. Rosa Simms who is staymg
in Ft. Worth came down several days
ago to visit her daughters, leaving
the latter part of the week, carrying
with her her little daughter, Lillie,
who entered school in that city
Woodland Meador, son of Mr and.
Mrs. E. G. Meador, left Monday for
Austin to enter State University.
Woodland is one of our “farmei
friends” and is not afraid to work
either in the school room or cotton
patch and will make good.
Mrs. Joe Garner Hinton has been
confined to her room since Sunday.
Mr. Acie Herd of Rockport was
here recently to visit his grandfather
J. T. Hord and other relatives.
Little Miss Ethel Lee Smith has
been confined to her bed for the past
several days with chicken pox.
Wade Nesbitt of Itfily was here on
business and meeting many of his old
friends, Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gammon arc
the proud parents of a 10-pound boy.
born September 12th.
Mrs. Mcllie Franklin has returned
home from Marietta, Okla., where
she had been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. George Lawrence and daugh-
ter, also Mrs. J. H. Hart, all of Win-
ters, are visiting in the Bob Reed
Mr. Joe G. Hinton left Monday for
South Texas where he has accepted
a position with Cooper Grocery Co.
Misses Louise Ging and Frances
Only one of its kind ever
•live making American
Mingling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey.
Carrying hundreds of people and
presenting the greatest lineup of act#
and attractions ever before in its en-
r before in its en-
ng Bros, and Bar-
Pfluger of Copeland
Miss Thelma Carter Friday night
whil enroute homo from Stephenville.
Miss Jo Goodall left Monday for
Trinity University to enter school
Mrs. Grady Cooper has been visit-
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Mrs. 0. F. Clark who has been very
sick for some time, is reported much
Mrs. Acie McElhannon and boys
Waco were recent visitors at the
T. Hord home.
Mrs. Joe G. Hinton and Mrs. FI
Howard are visiting friends
Breckenridge this week.
Mrs. J. F. Warrington and children
were visiting relatives in Waco Sat-
urday of la#t week. ' FI
L. C. Strange, wile ami daughter,
of Temple were Sunday visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hord.
Henry Snider of Rockport came
home a few days ago to visit his
wife and also his mother’s family.
Ralph Griffin was in Waxahachie
Ned Cobb and Martel McDonald
of Waco, visited Miss Laurette Tur-
Miss Eva John Sullivan of Craw-
ford has been visiting Miss Minnie
Johnnie and Bennie Lorenz are in
Georgetown attending Southwestern
Miss Jimmie Jacob visited Mrs. I.
J. Teague in Waco Sunday and left
the following day for Denton, tfrhere
she is a junior at N. T. S. T. C.
Our fine young friend, Ralph Grif-
fin is getting about on crutches on
account of’'fin accident to 6ne of his
Rev. McPhail left last Saturday for
New Jersey where he went to finish
his work in Princeton University. Mr.
many friends during
if the Presbyterian
tire history^ fttagling Bros, and Bar-
and Bailey Circus, Greatest
on Earth, will pay its annual
to Waco, Wednesday, Oct. 3rd.
vance notices Indicate the circus
year eclipses its paa^JPortaJH
ly clean entertains**! for tl£
masses. In fact, the Ringling Brothers
have spared no expense in bringing
to America only the greatest and best
acts that Europe has to offer.
Its displays this year offer more
than 300 acts of varying nature, com-
bining thrills, amazement and fun for
two hours. To be exact the Biff
Show carries 1600 people; 800 men
and women areni.- stars; 1000 men-
agerie animals, with “Goliath ’ the
only sea horse ever captured alive;
350 performing horses with 150 in
one display; 5 herds of elephants. It
is the world’s first and only 5 ring
circus and is transported from city
to city on 100 double-length railroad
The afternoon performance begins
promptly at 2 p. m., and the night
program starts at S o’clock. Patrons
will find courtesy the watchword and
every possible attention given young-
sters and women, and for the benefit
of the kiddies, it might be well to say
that there are over 100 clowna.
Mrs. Johnnie Behrens of Waco was
a week-end visitor of Mrs. Alvin E
Mrs. Charley Romine spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. Hal D.
Miss Frank Simms spent last week
end in Gatesville with Mlss'Ila Smith
and other friends.
Mesdames R. G. Nowlin and A. S
Tweedy and Miss Ella Chestnutt were
recent visitors in West.
Mrs. Ray Russeli of Mexia is
visitor in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ellison.
HfEVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
Your tire business is desirable to us. We
bid for it on the basis of quality merchan-
dise at a fair price. Then we throw in some-
thing extra for good measure. That some-
thing extra is SERVICE.
Our service is ready for you whenever you
need it. Just phone us—we’ll leave a meal
or get up out of bed at night, to look after
you. Our service is maintained for just
one thing—to take care of you. We want
to show you. we deserve your trade.
SURE, WE SWAP TIRES
You don’t; need to junk your old
tires when you deal with us.
We’ll take them in trade on a set
of ,brand-new, top-quality
GOODYEARS, make you a fair
allowance, and send you away
happy with the utmost in satis-
factory tire equipment at low
LOOK AT THESE VALUES
30x3! AWT—Cl...................................$ 9.05
29x4.40 Goodyear ................................ 10.00
30x4.50 Goodyear...........,..................... H j 5
30x3 Pathfinder ................. $5.75
30x3i Pathfinder, oversize........................... 7.50
30x3 \ Pathfinder, regular ...... ... ...................
29x4.40 Pathfinder .
THE BLACK SHEEP
A woman has written to me, want-
ing to know what to do in the case of
her ton. She says he won’t go to
school, he won’t do useful work and
tends generally to consort with dis-
I may as well confess right now
that I cannot answer her question. I
know all the arguments about love
and kind treatment and psychological
study and patience and son on, and
I know also that there are cases that
none of these things fit.
I do not suppose there is oneUftj
ily among my readers unable to con-
fess to some sort of black sheep:
some boy or some girl that perists in
doing wrong in spite of everything.
Much is said of preachers’ sons
who turn out badly and the implica-
tion is that they have been treated
too strictly in their youth, so that in
later years they rebel.
Some say that children should be
carefully disciplined and rigidly in-
structed, but such children have not
always done so well in later years.
In fact I have known the children
of utterly loose and careless parents
to turn out to be strict models ot
propriety, and others who have had
every advantage of favorable en-
vironment go swiftly to the dogs.
Trained Dogs and Monkeys, High School Horses, Performing
Bears, Riding Lions, Trick Mules, Daring Aerial Performers,
Head and Hand Balancers, Sensational Acrobats,. Roman
Rings, Professional Clowns.
REMEMBER THIS SHOW REALLY
; SHOWS WHAT IS ADVERTISED
No Misrepresentations. Guaranteed and Bonded Attractions
Two performances daily. Doors open at 2 p. m. and 8:30
p. m. Big free band concert on show grounds afternoon and
nights 30 minutes before Big Show doors open, by Lee
Hinckley’s All American Band.
LET’S ALL GO TO THE BIG SHOW-
DON’T FORGET THE
THIS SHOW TOO glG FOR DOWN-TOWN LOTS-WILL COVER
THE KIDWELL LOTS ONE BLOCK EAST OF DEPOT.
25 and 58 cents
MRS. WILLETT ENTER-
TAINS MAGAZINE CLUB
On Tuesday afternoon, September
the eighteenth, the Magazine Club
SSr5 &«£ sSrJTATS^s
Yni, ... . . ■ Beginning the study from textbook,
«»W SUU. Government and
and about a child inheriting the bad
traits of his granduncle and about
environment and about the whole
trouble with children being that the>
are not prcperly disciplined. All this
is very interesting reading. But the
fact remains that the irresponsible
and wayward sheep is in almost ev-
ery family of my acquaintance.
Not long ago a prominent banker
showed me a letter he had from his
son, toiling him that if he did not re-
ceive some money immediately ha
would commit suicide. The reply of
the banker may not have been judi-
cious, but it was interesting. He said
to his son, “I have no money to send
you, but don’t let that deter you."—
Dr. Frank Crane.
I Rally Day Sept 30th. The Chris-
tian life is like an airplane; when you
stop you drop. Wickedness has a habit
of running past the rod sign before
it stops. So it is well for us to rally
ourselves and forces and see where
Subject for Sunday morning ser-
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching
services 11 a. m. and 7.:80 p. m.
Woman’s Missionary Society Mon-
day 3 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednes-
day 7:30 p. m. ;||
Let us make next Sunday s groat P
day for the church and the Lord.
Everybody is cordially invited to at-
tend our services. »
W. J. Hearon, Pastor.
subjects of varied nature in answer to
roll call will be studied. The presi-
dent’s message by the new president,
Mrs, Willett, was in line with the
year’s study. She very clearly and
logically pointed out why women
should take advantage of their priv-
ilege and vote; “Uncle Sam” by Mrs.
Priddy; “American Government" by
Mrs. Stuart; “The Immigrant" by
There was a delicious refreshment
plate served consisting of sandwiches,
potato chips, dives, tomato aspic, ice
box cake, and ice tea to the entire
satisfaction of fourteen members
which were Mesdames N. W, Willett,
O. Lee Stuart, fiwtor Hill, Duric
Helm, C. ft. NicHoI, N. M. Colwick
15. A. Priddy, Malcolm L. Purcell,
Lewii Haukc, C. A. Orbeck, W. J.
Hearon, 3. O. Nance, Georgs Oswald
and Mias Gabie Sue Carpenter.
The next meeting will be Tuesday
afternoon at throe o’clock, Oct. 2nd.
with Mrs. Robt. L. Baldridge.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Men’s Bible Class 9:45 a. m. in
Morning Worship 11 a, W, “Thq
Young People’s Association 6:30
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30.
Malcolm L. Purest!, Pastor.
COAL OIL KILLS BABY
Hillsboro, Texas, Sept. 21.—Bobbie
John Popejoy, 14-month-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Popejoy of
near Itasca, died in a Hillsboro san-
itarium from the effects of drinking
Dr. D. A. Carpenter
Office: Carpenter Bros. Drug Store
Day Phone 02 Night Phon«248
Ludwig Hogarth of Vienna, aged
86, was Keenly convicted of stealing
a loaf of bread.
put up for sals.
Day Phone 287.
Night Phone 256
H. J. Cureton
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MERIDIAN s TBXAI
Ja®. M. Robertson
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
CLIFTON SERVICE STAT
Edgar H. Rachuig, Proprietor
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A.Ihe^S, . -....11
1 ! *n Church in Dallas this
there will be no service, nor
School at our church.
G. A. Obenhaus, Pastor.
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 28, 1928, newspaper, September 28, 1928; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776550/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.