The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, April 23, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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the axe and plow, and
being erected, oar
| also taken on improv
growing in good
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8VKRV FRIDAY MORNfK
Many people object to taking the
- medicines usually prescribed
by physicians for rheum;
is no need of internal
of muscular or chronic rheu-
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in this city
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is no fever and
welling, you may know that it
nocessary to apply Chai
Liniment freely to get quick re*
Try it. For sale by all drug-
Jndge Stovall Gone
udgeW.P. Stovall di
The Crawford Grit rem&rks
about our law makers as follows:
“The Senate should provide its
members with an auto at tlm ex-
pense of the State. Also the
house should have one set aside
for each member. The asylum
at San Antonio has asked for one
for the inmates to ride ii
great to be crazy.
A Religion That Does
J. R. Ransone, Jr., Cleburne Enter-
A great deal of preaching is
misdirected energy. What peo-
ple want is a religion that does
something, and doesn’t stop in
the pulpit. It wants the kirfd
that will take the fallen woman,
the gamblor, the drunkard and
the thief by the hand and plead
with them to go and sin no
more, providing them if possible
The Waters-Piercc Oil Qo. will
turn over to Texas $1,000,000
at an early date and will lave to
leave Texas. And the people
Will pay the freight—mafkthat!
The penalty, without imprison-
ment of anti trust law violators,
is poor punishment. If t te price
of the trusts products c mid be
regulated by law, a m< re tine
wpuld do; but where t ley are
Itjft to prey upon the p irscs of
the people, it is all bo di just
the same as the poop e fining
themselves for the tr msgres-
sions of others. Perl aps the
wise heads will learn bet er some
day.— McGregor Mirror.
The i ’omanche
a means of earning an honest
The good man doesn’t need your
sympathy and your prayers for
repeitancc. That is the great
trouble with some churches,
they are exclusive societies for
the self-righteous, who are afraid
of leing contaminated by com-
ing * in contact with sinners.
Away with such religion. Give
us the broad-gauged kind that
believes in the brotherhood of
mat, and grieves when men and
wonen go astray. Give us more
of tie genuine religion of Jesus
Chrst, who was not afraid to be
see* associating with the fallen,
to vhom his heart went out in
deepest sympathy. I have
known of instances where peo-
ple claiming to be Christians
actually refused to help a ixior,
desolate, deserted young woman,
ell as by a number of friends.
” t human kind could ’
« tor him dnrtwhi.
ness, and he lingered many
longer than at time&
thought he would. He would
grow worse and then a little bet-
ter but for several weeks he had
been so ill that his life had been
dispaired of almost daily, and
yet in this condition his brother,
family and friends tenderly nurs-
ed him and sought'to bring back
into life the Wickering flame.
Judge Stoyall was a good man,
aiyl had a host of friends in all
parts of this country who will be
pained to learn of his death.—
Woods Liver Medicine is a liver
regulator which brings quick relief to
sick headace, consripation, bilious-
ness and other symptoms, of liver dis-
orders. Particularly recommended
for jaundice, chills, fever, malaria.
The $1.00 size contains 21 times as
much as the f>0c size. Sold by TVicu
& W alton. J
We sell them for Less. Como
and see for youself.—D M.
Buck, Jeweler. At Price &
'‘The county jail is empty, and whose heart was stronger than
that magnificent building stands
merely as a costly ornament of
the county. Its cells, which
have housed every clast* of crim-
inals from the one who stole a
pair of pants to the on® who took
human life and womajn’s virtue,
now echo to the treai of occas-
ional visitors’ feet or do not echo
at all in the silence aif their va-
cancy. Better than/ all adver-
tising folders of real estate
agents, better than jthe windy
effusions of the editors’ pen is
this simple announcement: The
county jail is empty, j While the
county’s wooded acrt’S are being
carved constantly into farms by
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her head, and whose baby came
intc the world deserted by a
cowardly father, who wrought
her ruin, and, like a cur, sneak-,
ed off in the dark. How the
woiik despises such hypocricy.
It stands like a mountain in the
way of the progress of thd
church. It is a consolation to
know that then: are pure, earn-
est. Christian ministers and
church members who are not
afraid of the taunts and flings of
the congregation, always ready
to take the broken hearted wom-
an by the hand aud extend to
her the solace she needs in her
dark hour of deepest desolation.
“Dr. Miles’ Heart Remedy has
cured me of heart disease of
over 20 years’ standing. 1 was
so bad that T could not do my
•work, and could scarcely draw
a full breath "without fainting or
smothering. The doctor told me
he could do no more for ine;
then 1 commenced taking the
Heart Remedy. 1 shall never
forget that night. I slept better
than I had before in months. 1
kept right on getting better, un-
til I was perfectly well.”
MRS. LAURA RUSSELL,
When the heart action is
.weak, it fails to pump the blood
through the huWft with sufficient
rapidity. .Theai.j^e lungs do not
absorb tke proper amount of
although they may be
l amount of
__ spells, diffi-
cult breathing, oppressed feeling
in chest. Dr/Miles’ Heart Rem-
edy strengthens tlje heart nerves
and muscles, and in this way
increases the circutaAioH.
Get a bottle from your drug-
girt. Take it according to direc-
tione, and if it doas not benefit
he tvifl return jwc aionajr.
Two ‘ROTARY GRAND”
Standard Sewing Machines.
Both new and equipped with
the latest improvements that
make the Best, Fastest and
Lightest running machines.
Also one gentle Pony, Buggy
and ar ness
If you need the above call at
my residence and get a bar-
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l Luck nor Labor, but a sience as fixed as jihe laws of
gravitation; and the sciencb is simple: Know what the people
want and supply it. Supply that want with articles of merit-
articles that’your customer wants—at a price that is not catchy,
but reasonable. Make the goods merit the money. Be fair to
every opinion; it may have good qualitrsrt#Hoi if others are wrong.
We realize that people are looking after their interests—not
That’s exactly what they should do, and tliat’s why they buy
The satisfaction of our customers is our greatest pleasure. We
aim tpcombine the maximum of efficiency, courtesy and consideration
in eur business dealings and to add to our already long list of pleased
Skillful Prescription Mixing
Is the one specialty upon which we par-
ticularly pride ourselves—probably be-
cause it is really the most important phase
of the drug business. When your doctor
orders such and such medicine you got just
that We take no risk—therefore you run
Attempt to Poison Family
Hillsboro, Tex., April 18.—A
report has reached here of an
apparent attempt to poison tbc
family of J. T. Brooks, a farmer
living in the vicinity Of Whitney,
who recenty moved there from
Johnson County. Thursday
morning Mr. Brooks found an
apple left near the front door of
his house, which he suspected of
containing poison. He carried,
it to town And had an examina-
tion made, which developed that
it contained several grains of
strychnirte, the drug appearing
to have been injectod into it.
Mr. Brooks stated that on a for-
mer occasion within the past
few weeks a sack of apples was
left in his yard, the fruit having
the same indications of poison-
ing. 'He considers himself for-
tunate in both instances in find-
ing the fruit before his small
children discovered it. He is
unable to account for the motive,
as he is not aware of having an
enemy who would endeavor to do
him an injury.
S. C. White and Brown Leghorn
Eggs for Sale
1 have in my yards hen that
won first prize at Southwestern
Dallas, 1908; first prize hen Fort
Worth, 1907; first prize pullet
Dallas State Fair, 1907; third
cockerel Dallas State Fair. 1907;
first prize Bosque County Fair
1908. The above is sufficient to
prove the value of my stock. If
you want birds that lay eggs -
lots of them—and prize winners,
get these eggs. $1.50 for fifteen.'
John R. Cowen,
tf Clifton. Tex
Patches, Cement and Batteries
for automobiles at Tennison Au
1-4 of Pound a Week
at least, is wliat a young bady ought
t_> gain in weight. Does yours? If
not there’s something wrong with its j
digestisn. Give it McGee’s Baby
Elixir and it will begin gaining at
once. Cures stomach and bowel
troubles, aids digestion, stops fretful-
ness, good for teething babies.
The old fashioned way of dosing a
weak soomach, of stimulating the
Heart or Kidneys is all wrong. Dr.
Shoop first pointed out this error.
This is why his proscription— Dr.
Shoop’s Restorative—is directed en-
tirely to the cause of these ailments
the weak inside or controlling nerves.
It isn’t so difficult, says Dr. Shoop, to
strengthen a week Stomach, Heart or
Kidneys, if one goes at it correctly.
Each inside organ lias its controlling
or Ii, side norvo. When these nerves
fail then those organs must sunely
falter. These vital truths are leading
druggists everywhere to dispense and
recommend Dr. Shoop's Restorative.
Tost it a few days, and see! Improve-
ment will promptly and surely follow.
Sold bv Price & Walton.
Good Farm for Sale
Price 25c aud 50c.- Price & Walton.
Attorney General Davidson
i«aid that John W. Brady and his
associates fee grabbers, includ-
ing Gruet, the acknowledged
perjurer, were entitled to some-
thing like $400,000 of thftWaters-
Pierce penalty money.
Senator Bailey said in a speech
at San Antonio that this was an
The Hogstiill place, containing
320 acres, one and a half miles
from the Norse Lutheran church,
and two and a half miles from
Norse; well improved, fifty acres
in cultivation, good two story
house; 170 acres good tillable
land, balance all valley grass land;
plenty of wood, two good wells,
one good Link; all under fence.
Price $25.00 per acre with reas-
onable terms Title guaranteed.
Chris Jenson, Guardian,
m 5—3 in
Tickets on Sale April 18, 19, 20,
21, 22, and 23, limited to April 25
for final return.
San la Fe
Ask Santa Fe Ascot far
Details, or address
W. S. KEENAN.
G. P. A. Ga’vestisn
The All-Purpose Horse
Married Four Times in Five Years I
Cameron, Texas, April 9.— I
illegal rake-off planned by thel
attorney general in the interest The marriage of Mrs. Bello Rob
of an Austin ring, and that if the
money was paid by Davidson to
Brady et. al., it could be recover-
ed by law. The supreme court
yesterday at Austin said Bailey
Height and that money be-
wia right and that mon*r
to the people of Texas—
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lee to S. T. Gray here resulted
in this extended cognomen: I
Mrs. Blackwell Pruitt Windham I
Windham Roblee Gray, ne
My fine Jack.-will make the
season at my place, seven
miles north of Clifton,
again this season. Several
of their colts on place to
Brumby. This is L.jgH
marriage in the l«St -
$T.OO ,to insure
from either of them.
and her sixth in 1
Here’s what’s next.
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Baldridge, Robert L. The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, April 23, 1909, newspaper, April 23, 1909; Clifton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776999/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nellie Pederson Civic Library.