The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, April 22, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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The Tree Sewing Machine
“We want every reader of this payer to see the FREE SEW-
ING MACHINE.” You haven't any idea how' surprised and de-
lighted you will be to see the new and altogether different sew-
ing machine—The Free. You simply can’t afford to miss see-
ing its score of 20th Century improvements. Everybody is talk-
ing about them. Women everywhere are in a flutter of excite-
ment and enthusiasm over the many new inventions on “The
Free Sewing Machine”
This machine is widely advertised In the leading Woman’s
Magazines and is sold by the leading dealers. At least come and
The New Iowa
The New Iowa Separator
The New Iowa Separator makes the housewife happier. We
make no mistake when we claim that the New Iowa Separator
is the most popular Separator with the farmers’ wives every-
where. They appreciate its easy running—so easy that any
eight or • ten-year-old boy or girl enjoys turning it. There is
nothing about our machines that we don’t want every dairyman
farmer who is thinking of buying a hand separator to know.
On the other hand, we want every farmer who is in the market
for a separator to know everything there is to be known about
our machines. Every housewife admires the beauty of The New
Iowa, its neatness in design and beauty in color and finish.
Buy The New Iowa
BUY THE FREE
The management of the First
National Bank have adopted a
new policy of paying out over
their counter only new and crisp
currency. Most of the new
money they pay out is of their
own issue. The people like to
handle new money and if you
want to see a bran new Clifton
bill, go to the bank with your
next check. They pay checks
drawn on any bank.
The advertisement of The
Home Bank contains some real
phylosophy this week. The ad-
writer at this bank recently re-
ceived a handsome gold prize for
the best written bank advertise-
ment in a competition covering
the United States.
THE DROUTH IS BROKEN-
prospects were never better for
a bouncing crop—should it mate
rialize the bargain counter of
Clifton real estate will be cleaned
up quick. I still have on my list
at cut prices the following prop
The Connolly house and lot.
Oscar L. Brantley house and
W. B. Mitchell house and lot.
Charley Percell house and lot
J. S. Dickerson block of land,
over two acres.
John L. Huse house and lot.
All of this property is at a
BARGAIN PRICE; when a good
crop is assured it will advance
20 per cent; watch it advance, it
is sure to come. Henry Lockett
will give price and terms. (4-tf
Pure dry corn chops at Con
Mrs. A. W. Cooper visited in to sell at once. Oscar J. Kea &
McGregor yesterday. Co.,
Lawrence Orbeck left last Sat R. W. Walton, a retired mer-
urday for California for a sev- chant of Morgan, was in Clifton
eral months trip. on business Wednesday.
O. C. Orbeck was at home a Dr. C. M. Moore and family
few days the first of the week. moved to their new home yester-
Rea & Co., sells Alabastnie. ‘
Mesdames S. D. and Asa Dr. J. B. Honeycut and family
Reed of Itally, Tex. came in yes- are moving to the Profitt res-
terday on a visit to the home of ldence recently vacated by Geo.
their sister, Mrs. W. V. Kugle. Scrutchfield and family.
Alabastine at Rea & Co., Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Black
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Tindall have moved to the old Fallisplace
and little son, Clyde, were down *n south Clifton. John Cowen
from near the Gap yesterday and family will move to the house
trading. i vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Black.
ENTERED AT POSTOFFICE, CLIFTON,
TEXAS, AS SECOND CLASS MATTER
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
Jno. Huse, wife and two
children were down from the
Gap Wednesday. John is book-
keeper for G. O. Bronstad and
while here called on this office
and left an order for some job
Prof. G. M. Ammons finished
his school at Help last Friday,
and was in Clifton with his family
Monday trading He called at
the Record office and got a thou-
sand cards that he had ordered
printed and started out see the
voters in regard to how they
should cast their vote on July
SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
The grain prospects for this
section is very promising at this
E. E. Jinks of this city and
Mr. Smith of Cameron have
leased the fountain from A. Y.
Reeder now located in one of his
buildings on main street and are
figuring on leasing the remain-
der of the buiding' and restau-
rant fixtures now being used by
Henry Long, and expect to run
a first-class bakery and candy
kitchen in connection.
Buy an Ingleside Vacation
certificate from the Conine Land
Co., Clifton, Tex.
The Conine Land Co., will sell
you an Ingleside Vacation cer-
tificate on the installment plan.
Mrs Hillory Walton under-
went an operation at the Temple
Sanitarium yesterday for appen-
eicitis. It is hoped by her many
Clifton friends that she will sood
Messrs J. W. Butler, Oscar J.
Rea and Rev. W. M. Lewis are
in Dallas attending a school of
instruction of the Presbyterian
Purity Flour, The Best, at
W. J. Loper’s.
We thank you for the
liberal patronage and
support this bank is re-
ceiving and when this
bank or any of its offic-
ers can be of service to
you we want • you to
call on us. : : : : :
Judge O. L. Lockett came on
down to Clifton Wednesday and
spent the day with old friends
after the close of district court
at Meridian before returning to
his home at Cleburne.
Marion Grimland returned
from Temple last Friday after
undergoing treatment in the
Sanitarium for his finger. His
many friends are glad to know
he came home much improved
and will nodoubt be entirely well, j
Our prescription department
has been greatly increased by
acuracy and promptness. City
Drug 8 tore. v
H. H, BALEY, Pres.TOM C. PARKS, V-Pre». T. W. ANDERSON, V-P
J. M. JENSON, Cashier; L A. HOLLINGSWORTH, Asat Cashier.
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, April 22, 1910, newspaper, April 22, 1910; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776687/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.