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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

mm V & m l> . i •• p*— . -■««'• - H pa*: H INDUSTRIAL EDITION. A Brief Return* of the Industrial and Agricultural Resources of the Banner County of the Plains. iiRSwlwi m m my +** mm VOL. V. CLAUDE. ARMSJRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. AUGUST 9, 907. NO. *6. ARMSTRONG COUNTY The Home of Peace, Prosperity* Happiness and Progress—the Land Made for Poor Men and Millionaires; the Place to Hew Out a Home Many articles have been written re- garding this section of the State, both historical and descriptive, much data, etc. could be produced regarding the past, but in this edition we desire to deal with (acts, or conditions, as they actually exist today. This country is practically a vast undulating plain between the breaks ot the Canadian river on the north and west, and those of the Red river on the south and east, an area of about 1000 square miles, and for years has been known as the best cattle country In the United States. There seems to be a certain ele- ment in the soil that produces tb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

\ mm ®jfii M re*M*nt* of thto coun- ty place them ln a po*lUon.to.know the*fir I 1 — * — t' > - mat national people in the general banking busi- ness. They have a capital stock of $25,000 with a surplus of $12,000, and have had average deposits for the past six months of $87,760.79. In every transaction they demon- strate their ability to properly care for every Interest and make a specialty of foreign and domestic exchange, com- mercial loans, deposits, looking after non-resident property, in fact every- thing in the banking line consistent with business principles. Mr. Walker, the' cashier, has been connected with this bank since Jan. Bank of ciaud*. ber business. The First National Bank of Claude is a strong financial institution and has some of the leading banks of our country as correspondents. In New York they are represented by the Han- over National Bank; in Kansas City by the National Bank of Commerce, In Fort Worth by the Fort Worth Na- tional and In Austin by the Ameri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

HIW'I '■HiRRercsnxi ■ SBabgiflaaBg-**1 wnm&ffimevm MP •Won to supply **■ vmk Witt tho Bscessitlet tad lwrarlss of lite and during that tin* hava established a trade that ur tm might (Ml 'proud to enjoy. And at tho prseont time but few place* In the United State* the alae of Claude can the repetorlal eye reet upon suoh aa assortment a* can be aeen In thla department atore. Here nearly 10,000 square feet of floor space Is filled with goods bought in large quantities from the best mar- kets of the United States. The firit department we desire to ttia la teat jijppTtwK |H^||oat es- aentlal part of the department atore, jtpr In tjilf the Sra of Klght * Bro. lead while others follow. They bare made this department a specialty for many years, and handle only goods of known quality. This line alone would plaoe them In the lead of the mer- cantile interests of the County, but not to be content with the above linos, they carry a full and complete itock of ihelf and heavy hardware, cutlery...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

£ sfll Y "■r • tern tor Urn to be emphatically repudiate the that they are organising or In- to orgaalze a trust. They haven't a canned asreement. Right-hour day tor mothers? Tut, tut! Most of them would be satisfied If baby stays asleep long enough to guarantee them an eight-hour night. A New York policeman Interfered with an eloping couple, taking them for burglars. This might properly be termed "an arrested marriage." / llver dollar coined In 1804 has lust een sold to a Philadelphia man tor $3,600. We have a much newer one that he can have for a less sum. Nothing looks so proud as a big baloon sailing through space and nothing looks so draggled as that same balloon hanging from the branches of a tree. Those Indiana young women who have resolved to marry no man who hasn't at least $4,000 in cash seem to forget that there is any such thing as love in the world. In an 'endurance race" for automo- biles It Is not expected that either the automobile or the driver can en- dure the test...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

(Copyright, by to One bitter day to February Joele •rani climbed the step* of • broad 4tone mansion and pulled the bell with anch weak, cramped flngera it waa little wonder it failed to eound, and the waa left to etand there In an ley • wind, that aeemed cruelly searching lor her young heart, at It awept through the thin, ladly-worn gar- men ta. For Joale, never rich, waa now moat pool! Since the day after Chrlatmaa, when the had been dlacharged from tke large atore, where ahe waa gelling holiday cards, no work had come. Her little pile uf money had aunk ao low ahe bad had nothing but bread to eat for two daya; and laat night when Mlaa Ellle, the dressmaker, came into the cold, furnlshJd room, where she and her roommate sat bundled up In ahawla and hoods, and told her of this little job of work, It aeemed almost aa if an angel had appeared! But now wltb the bleak air and the waiting, her courage sank. , "Oh," ahe cried, "what If this lady will not let me work on her beautiful dreaa?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

w ' E$j§S| i '' If 5 ■K K r- ■ ■<•■■■:*. ■■■■:■. A J'-1 Si I ■Hi i$iPf ,> p fetV'Afc «%W illpt'WVlWii aromd the oorner ni pause at the tear, r feflgn* <Nt hate puiri'oRn before; f MM through the lltivt; of glittering light. i that an marry and songs that art hrif&t : ool a warn welcome with flattering voice, And temptingly say, "Here'a a place tor the bora." Ah, what If they ahonldT What if your boy or mine Should crow o'er the threahold which marka out the line Twist virtue and vice, 'twtat pureness and sin, lad leave all hi* Innocent boyhood within? Oh, what If they abould, because you and I, While the days and the months and the yeara hurry by, Are too buay with carea and with life's fleeting Joy* To make round our hearthstone a place for the boya? There's a place for the boys. They will find It aomewhere; And if our own homes are too daintily fair For the touch of their fingers, the tread of their feet, They'll find it, and find it, alas, In the street, 'Hid the gil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

•Si' jfVi '• pgi i %#omio j' p ■nnnnRP;<9 % A Fiat liming Sictimi. [Centers. mil;; WW*. ' 4 I 1 Tha town of Wwhlmm, «Mt of Amarlllo it milM, wnt of Fort Worth t>0 mllM, Ilea on a rolltnc prairie at an titration of 8600 f««t Oh of the richeit farming ooun- triaa in the Panhandle aurrouuda it, the aoll being practically inexhausti- ble. A chocolate aandy loam, under- laid by a aubaoli at a depth of from three feet upward or rather down- ward, we ahould aay, Insure* good cropa without fertilizer for years to come. In the past six years there has not been such a thing as even a par- tial crop failure. Bverythlng that Is raised in the Eastern and Northern States la raised here, and, in addition, cotton to a certain extent is also raised. People are coming In and every- thing points to a genuine—not boom —but progressive on a solid founda- tion. •(•HOP HOTCL. ■ a. Bishop, Proprietor. For the paat aeven years ihia hotel haa been headQuartera for good meals and clean' beda under the a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 August 1907

Jjjgji ptraM <tf «*• «* ta tJ wo* MMtol PI !• «*«• • ttaa at lata i today It to a tkrif WtOt tttw wtorprtM* 9, Wltk mn work thu the wanuMu ctn do, and with every Indi- Mttam potating toward a rapid and haattkjr growth to the Immediate tu- tor.. It kM been famous tor years a* the location of the Goodnight Buf- falo Park. Here about 80 to 100 fully grown, fall blood bliona are to be seen, with several dosen cataloes, the hybrlda formed with the Polled Angus cattle. This park Is visited dally by parsons who have heard of the In- teresting features it contains. Goodnight Is especially fortunate In Its location, for the fertile fields have a background of distant hills, which break the monotony of the plains landscape. We prophesy that In the future many will recognize the beau- ty of this little town and cast their fortunes with those now enjoying it. •/I MM. HART, Proprietress Goodnight Hotel. Since June of this year Goodnight has had every accommodation In the hotel line. lire. Har...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

IP f m ■BP i'i •' . 11/nil." jg rf vol. ix. .* AW.', HH 1 n1..:,', ,jj CTLAUBE, AR] TEXAS, MAY 5, 1911. NO. 81 PpMS; ir Vou WANT A GOOD ONE 6BT A The Clauds News. Published Crery Friday, at Claude, Tex. BT L. V. HAMMER. Phone or write S. E. CAM, Conway, Tex. King Clipper KING CLIPPER i a dark bay, three year* old, standard bred Saddle and Harness Horse BREEDING—Sired by Reno Clipper 2:17 1-2, Registered No. 0107 in American Trotting Register, No. 686 in PaoiBo Register, and No. 29 in Texas 8addle Register: Reno Clipper by Reno Defiauce 2:20. King Clipper's dam was by Marius, by Don Pizarro, by Gambetta Wilkes, Etc. This colt will make a limited season at my place 6 1-2 miles 8. W. OF CLAUDE. TERMS—$10.00 to insure a liviug colt. CLAUDE B. HUINTER. kH v IRefinishing Marred Furniture IS EAST AND INEXPENSIVE <■ Shabby, scratched pieces of furniture that are unsight- jly and a discredit to your home can be made to look bright ;[tnd new at slight expense—and you can do it yourselL : f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

*• Wk* W ' tto M thoee Which "Bjrachroe- to the alo- r a .dU.gr~m.nt 5 I Mtk and may cmim T«t la London i offtip*clal oommlt- «m of tho" Brlttoh Science Guild re- niM ft lamentable invorftdty on the Mm part ot om or the otter ot the clocks, iftya tho Pittsburg Dispatch. 14 weok ot obeervstlon along a car- jtaln Una ot itraati revealed a maan arror ot two mlnutoo, the maximum ot eouroe. much creator. In another iKtoh 4hV\«Mk vtu throe' mlnutee ■low on two daya, another tour mln- wtoa taat on one, throe minntaa (low on two daya, and ao on through minor divagation*. This ia quite minor from pbaervatlona right at homet We might deem It excuaable tor the individual- lat clocks In Jeweiera' or bank win- dows to declare their Independance ot Ithe time edicta ot an overshadowing corporation; but certainly the big cor- poration should bring lta tlmeplecea under the law ot unltormtty. ■" tlto J- "•make Up" Will Takt Moo at CI Paeo at Earl laatr Moment. The fact that many Americans are active-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

MM' ■ 7/■ ■ \ i 'fe;v .' ' :'4 —CB — HisP msiW- [restinb wedding soon to be celebra ips KNOUQH TO BLOW UP A MOUNTAIN. m#P %: ? i1' ' Wm<: 111111 THE POLICE HAVE NO CIEW * IS POWER BEHIND THRONE •litted VallH Containing FIfty-SU Pound*, with Fuse* and Cap* Attached. St. Louis, Mo., April 28.—A valise containing flft.v-six pounds of dynamite in two cans, with fuse and caji attach- ed, menacing hundreds, was founds in the second-class waiting room at the St I/ouls Union Station 10:30 o'clock Wednesday night by Patrolman Kti- cera of Union Station squad, and stor- ed in the lost article department for twenty-four hours before the contents of the grip were discovered. Detectives Ferie and McKenna In looking over the lost articles at the station made the discovery. They are detailed to look after the station, and their Inspection of the grip containing the xpioslv<> was in line with their Work. That the person who placed the grip In the waiting room had intended some foul purpose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

•"PR% BPM^EwyfaE^iBBi •I'. 1 ;•■ * POTATO SOUP It A DASH Or VELS tf THE EARTH !□□□□□ curious, odd c/nd □□□□□□ i i interesting objects tand places i i t/ty JE$ «A Jeauiajrf Dickens Wanted Fair Play Famous Novelist Insisted That tha Paapla of Naw Havan Should Not Ba Victimized by tha Tlokat (kalptrs. ITdLD recently the atorjr of how Charles Dtckens, when on hli flrat visit to America in the early forties of the last century, and an eleven-year- bid lad of- Hartford, Conn., stared long and hard at each other when Dickens was on a visit to the Connecticut ■tate capital. That lad, Henry C. Rob- inson, later became a leader of the New England bar. At the time Mr. Rob- inson told me the anecdote he spoke Also of what be thought was an erro- neous conception of tha American people of one side of Dickens' char- acter. "I think the common impression In this country Is that Dickens was very bard and close when making a bar- gain, and that, unlike Thackeray, ha iwaa sometimes a little 'near,' a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

gPn I of eorgho i region* of a i sweet or im- BP* fTOI at than for non-saccharine la kMti primarily m a (odder sor- ghum. Under this group we bare the milo malM and the kaOr corn. The plant la a vsry rank grower and furnlshee conilderable feed. It grow* unusually well upon light soils and In hot climates. However, it will do better when grown upon the loam ■ad when supplied with sufflcleht The method of preparing the seed bad for sorghum does not differ ma- terially from the method of preparing the seed bed for corn. If the land is to be plowed in thq spring It must be turned over to a depth of about six or Nven Inches. The land should then I be disked, harrowed once or twice, *when the seed may be aown. The jmethod of eeedlng and the amount of Jjwwn i>er acre will vary accord- lo the purpose of lEe crop. If It is desirable to secure a crop of bfed, we usually drill the seed in a£ khe "rate of six to seven pounds per ■ere. The seed may be drilled either !with the common grain dri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

s no* awn* HE Anerican tourist who flits rapidly and careless- ly across the continent of Europe, looks upon the canals of the countries be passes through as being it the main mere pictur- esque features that add to the Interest, of the landscape, but have been rendered practically obso- lete In a commercial sense by the building of railways. He sees barges upon them, to be sure, and In winter be Is delighted by the sight of the people of Holland skating along the Irosen water courses. But he would be astonished if he knew the Import- Bat part the canals and canalized rivers, play In the economic life of European nations. Canals, as they were originally con- structed, cannot compete with rail- roads, but as the latter hare spread orer the land, the waterways have been altered to meet the new condi- tions. Their chief mission In these dayu is to connect the centers of pop- ulation and industry with the coasts— to make tham seaports—and this has been accomplished to as extent that is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

psfWi iin diMMm! IBlllll IPllffe Mai SUFFERING I Wai Cured by Lydia E. Pink* ham's Vegetable Compound . Waurlka, Okla.—"I had female trou- um for Mvea yean, was all run down, land ao nervoui I Icould not do any. I thing. The doctors I treated me for dlf- Jferent things but ■did ma no good. I got to bad that I could not sleep day or night. While in this condition I read of Lydta E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, and ■ ii * I began its use and wrote to Mrs. Plnkham for advice. In a short time I had gained my average weight and am now strong and well." —Mrs. Sallib Steven#, it f. D., No. 8, Box 81, Waurlka, Okla. Another Orateful Woman. Huntington, Mass.—"I was in a ner. idol • mi =-= t: 4?r , ,, .... iVSSMrai® : MI fm E01 e iiuuuua«uu| juodo. x "Ho 1TI nllCT* ▼ous, run down condition and for three years could find no help. , "I owe my present good health to T.ydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- jund and Blood Purifier which 1 be- ieve saved my life. " My doctor knows what helped me and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1911

; 'v ? +!■ i Mm put >tf yott have limit ittovtd by at vm up from 8nt«rday last Ben Christian and Charlie Tani were In Amatillo Monday. Long Silk Oloves at Kight's. Cot. R. E. Edmonson was a Kansas City visitor last week. Aak Kight about "Litholin" Water proof collars (or men. J. W. i^artln %nd R. L. McLa- ren war* at Goodhight Monday, For Rent—Two b^ildinera, suit- able for offices or othfr business. D. W.Badolkt. > t ' J. T. Christian of the Llano country says crops look fine in that oommunity. Have you seen those beautiful art squares at Kight's? J. A. Emery and A. M. Crain were transacting business in Claude the first of the week. Those beautiful pictures need frames. Take 'em to Kight. C. M. Ross and family were guests of M. Oliver and family at their country home Sunday last. Good business lots in Good night to trade for good young ftorses,. mules or mares. Emery Realty Co. Don't forget the Candy Kid. All kinds of candies, home-made. C. A. Weaver. Mike Koenig, who had bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 October 1915

/ ' , h ; ■ ■ • ' • • I i i&ii. W 'Ife >'■ -i BKSHnP vol. xi\r. FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY yi,.™ ■ilfiir ,0xmM. i -1, n (1LAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, OCTOBER 1. 15)15. MO. 1 ^Grain Shipments for the months of July and August only: Claude—Wheat 148 cars, Oats 72 cars, Rye 21 cars, Maize9 can; Goodnight—Wheat 48 cars, Oats 11 cars. j Treating Wheat for Smut [ J A toll of millions of dollars loss > is levied against the wheat grow j era of the Southwest Bnd Middle West annually through the rav- ages of smut. This loss is easily preventable and oan be avoided if the individual farmers will use the treatment herein given. The "Formalin Treatment" is the one advocated and endorsed by the United States Department of Ag- riculture, the State and National Experiment Stations, and Agri- culture, and Agricultural Col- leges, and is as follows: Secure a 40 per cent solution of formalin at any reliable drug •tore. One pound of this 40 per cent formalin solution, carefully mixe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 October 1915

EP Modefn PROGRESS by worry along with an pld-fationed oil lamp when you can have a modern elec- tric light plant, just like they haVe 111 the city, installed rignt in your own home at nominal cos t. A bright modern electric light in your home will keep you feeling good at night after your hard (lays work is done. We will put every- thing in shape until your ten year old boy can look after the lights;. Safer and cheaper than kerosene or gas. They will lewcr your insurance rates. Be the first in your community to get in line. Inquire today and let me explain the sys- tem to you. ftiU, (Miey ■ 8ud want to stretch frequently It is an unmistakable symptom of malaria, and unless yon do something at once you are booked for a spell of chills. HER1NE is a chill medicine that will pervent or cuiethcdisease. It drives out the impurities oil which the malarial germ thrives, straightens the liver and cleanses the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Dr W. A. Warner. m if? SPURCEON BISHOP Lacal Agent Clau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 October 1915

Mli ,v :-■■■•:,■;• - pS§llw t,. fc*;: ••. ; «. • '•■ ,? THE CLAUDE NEWS PtthlUhed Erery Friday, at Claude,To*. Marvin B. Bishop, Editor. totaled at the postoffice at Clauda. Tma, a> aecond-claee nutter, B—$1.00 per Aonuin in Advance The Dallas Semi-Weekly Farm News and Claude Nowa one year e eh, $1.75.. J. 14. Core of Frankfort, 0., is a businees transactor in- Armstrong county at piMsaut. Mrs. Pettitb does plain sew ing at reasonable prices. Pit st door east of Judge Trice's. OIL! OIL! Mr. Farmer, Mr. Ranchman, want to soli your land; if you want to aell. J. E. Dickson, Real ostato, 4t Electra, Texas Claude sports tit lerst- on mud puddle. You non't haue t > have opera glasses to find it. i GATE CITY DRUG STORE Prescriptions carefully compounded. Drugs, books and stationery. Come here for Kodaks and Kodak supplies. (DR. W. A. WARNER, Prop. wm Goal Por Threshing Oakdale Nut has been tried and has made good. Ask your neighbor. $6.50 Per Ton. KINARD DRUG CO. The Cash Store Goodn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 October 1915

mvml i _,iVV" I&.e; 'I Is' "■1|\_— I I --I ; I 1 — Two Tailored Suits For $25.00 TWO for ot of one hundred dollars, or ONE FOR $18.00 "THERE'S A REASON" Tailored ur Tailoring House, as is their custom, bought in advance of the season their stock - of Woolens to supply a big demand; at the time of buying prospects were unusually bright for a large season's business; they bought woolens accordingly-unusually heavy. o YOU KNOW THE REST The unusual, even the normal, demand failed to materialize. Conditions in oui country of which you are well aware have not warranted the free spending of money; people have held back, they have been slow to buy, and prudently too--but now conditions are becoming better farm products are selling readliy and for better prices-money is more plentiful. THEY MUST UNLOAD The season is too far advanced for a large tailoring Iiovse to hope to close out an unusually large stock of woolens at normal prices. THEY MUST CREATE AN UNUSUAL DEMAND They must offer so...

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