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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

m NEW! -rr. ■ - " -'!■ '.'"I/ ' • • fly W1** Bin II B?.' ■1 v y # Juit Once! Try "Dodton'i Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti- pated, Headachy—Don't Lose a Day's Work. Liven op your sluggish liver! Feel Bna and cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- bition. But take no nasty, danger- ous calomel, because It makes you alck and you may lose a day's vork. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, breaking It up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to me! If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Hudson's Liver Tone. Tour druggist or dealer aells you a 60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tc'ue under my personal money- back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggiBh liver better than a dose 6t nasty calomel and that it won't make you sick. Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver medicin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

__ _ jtiit librth of j per and Dallas lfc«cription to this Miss? Saflfn 1 .01 trilla, Okitt., is Vi" «Her, Mrs, J. H VSR We find a few era behind with another yr] dermilk' of Con. siting with her Weaver. pf ours JfVmlr a subscrib Hon to Tho Ne^hoir subsorip- kh- a i town of Claude Considers- $150, J, D. Goctz of Washburn wan in Claude Saturday \ Mr. Robinson killed two hogs last week which netted him 54 pounds of lard J. O. Walsou received a better Saturday from f.a. slating that his brother-in-law, C. II. Stevens had dieii. aud another letter Sim-iny stating that his {jtop-limihe.r J. K„ Hanmer had died in Arkansas. Some people arc oppom-d lo I , |lV0 v|v clubs, but alt the ladies are ' icribers at this try Club Ton- :L h ppp after a three her lather ,* Judge' Oldham Bros. ,-a^e riaw seribers to The New*. aub* one of them" kf''0, 11 ^'ou arc tarly date and r<M'y call at an tor will have to (now as the odi- -aliens in tvjneet some heavy Wt woul hatvu a llv Goodnight near futui &l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

i T 3fc£ VOL. 14. FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY CLAUDE. AHM9THONG COUNTY. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 4. 1910. • M W JSTO. 20 GOT THE GOODS Yes, we still have the goods, such as dry goods, notions, Indies furnishings, jewel- ry. Also furniture and undertaking supplies, and the prices are knocked down to rock bottom. Call and see us. You are always welcome. Call or phone 34. H. M. KIGHT & SON CASH STORE DISTRICT COURT AUTO TURNS TURTLE District Court convened Monday Jan. 31, 1916, Hon. H. L. Umphrcs, Judge of the 47th Judicial District pre°iding; Hon. H. S. Bishop, District Attorney; J. E. McGinness, Official Court Reporter; and E. C. Cayton, District Clerk. The Grand Jury was empaneled and consisted of the following: Hor- ace Baker, D L. Dawkins, D L. Adams, S W. Calliham, Is1. J Jones. W. H. Corbin, Claude Wilson, 11. W. Crain, R. N. Rutherford, G. T. Hag well, R. L. Gist, J. L. Hight. Bailiffs as follows: J. P. Miles, walking bailiff; Lee McBride and B. G. Ellzey. riding bailiffs The pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

Bf HAROLD MAC GRATH 5mmi *i A* Photo Drama o/ thm kr thm Thanhoustr Film Company tOswicht. BU, to Harold MaeQraU) chapter XXII. A NlgM of Adventure. Tha Mnl government agreed to •W Batting, to pat no obstaclea in the **7 at the Russian agent, provided he «oald abduct Ma trio without serious- ly clashing with the New York police Authorities, It waa a recognized fact that the local police force wanted the Mwapaper glory which would attend the crushing of the Black Hundred. It would be an exploit. But their glory waa all; nor did Servan take his trio back with him to Russia. Many strange things happened that sight, the night of the final adven- ture. Florence sat In her room reading. The book was "Oliver Twist," not the pleasantest sort of book to read un- der the existing circumstances. Sev- eral times—she had reached the place where Fagin overheard Nancy's con- fession—she fancied Bhe heard doors closing softly, but credited it to her Imagination. Poor Nancy, who want- ed to be good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

ISv^iK m ■ s. > > v * V''(.'ft 3 M.,,J R|HHn| MR WWm?$^ ' ^ D E WW*t: * •"California Syruo of Figs" oa'n't harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. Brery mother realises, after firing her children "California Syrup of Wga" that thli la their ideal laxative, "because they lovo its pleasant taste •nd it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with- out griping. When cross, irritable, feverish, or breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow- vis, and you have a well, playful child •gain. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, Indigestion, colic—remem- ber, a good "Inside cleaning" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California fiyrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

■■:■ ••-'i-M: W'lfe ?• •■*••. gagg. OK It £>* I fir Aww ,l Ad* « KTOtNC RATES I.AFTER JAN. 1, 1916 i cent* a line, six words to tto lay on front page 2oc per •olqao taeh, special location 25c a col- anwineh. BlMwhere in paper 12 l*8t> far MftMfe inch—rate# o;t lar^o space IpBcXI lotwUou lSo a column inch QWt« fiin rin l hundreJ wuvds free •ddittouil woriln 1e a word. Cards of Thank*,U) ceiits aline ef six word General church anuouu<;9iueutB will I'u run 6m reading matter. Special noti of church, social anil school advertising affairs at which money is to be raised Will be charged for at the regular ad- vertising and local rates. All bills pay- able on presentation. regarding tl oatfiJidacy of Hon. Reuben M, Efterd, for Congress of the 13th Congressional district. Mr, Ellevd is a man with the quali- fications to "deliver the goods" and his many friends believe that bo will bo oir next Con- gressuiau. Watch his cam- paign from week to week. Announcements .T'or County Judge H....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

§ '•M ■ #V. ' m ' . & ■ ■ , - "1 ^ „ !.■, 'W—^T— «9M«RTr; ?riiar-irw#rai5T3- nuiwr. iUm> upon hit Burlaw**. He ex- pressed himself at lielur oppofsd to OF PLAINVIEW, DEMOCRATIC CAN* 0I0ATE FOR CONGRESS. 13TH DISTRICT. JULY PRIMARIES | PKE68 COMMENTS I With marked degree of Interest, ire have been watching the progrea* of Reuben M. Ellerd's campalen for Concrete, and with pleasure her > r . produce editorial expressions which followed his recent topr of a larpo portion of the district, and wo gladly underwrite tbe good things said <>l him by the brethren of the pre??, to- Indeed he Is worthy of their compli ments and favorable mention. While comparatively a young man, forty< three, yet he la fully matured, Is a good lawyer, a good bunines3 man. and schooled under the heavy hand of adversity; he Is strong and his sym- pathies for the struggling masses are deep and sure. We know him are'' unhesitatingly commend him on a safe man and one that will remain true to the t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

of the i blood. Mm i w __ /A ****** nutrition In- > circulation, InvigoritM the moves the waste metier si Over 44 Years Of service to the public entitles it lo a pises with you. It Makes Good TktnnmCmpmj Colombo*, OUo You ota get Peruna ia tablet form for convenieoce. Woman began her career as a rib; now ahe Is the whole umbrella. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets am the original little liver pills put up 40 years ago. They regulate liver and bowels.—Adv. The success of a nurse girl depends on her attention to little things. Stop That Ache! Don't worry along with a bad back. Get rid ot it. It's a sign you haven't taken care of yourself— haven't had enough air, exercise and sleep. Probably this has up- aet your kidneys. Get back to sensi- ble habits, and give the kidneys help. Then, if it's kidney backache, the dizziness, lameness and tired- ness will disappear. Use Doan's Kidney Pills—the best recommend- ed kidney'remedy. An Oklahoma Cue M Mrs. C. Ford, 423 XMI•a Story X? w Choctaw A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

m Bully Mean* KRfCCT DIGESTION AND ASSIMILATION Of FOOD LIVER ACTIVITY DOWEL REGULARITY RICH, RED DLOOD _ TRY —■ HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters when weakness is manifested in the Stomach, Liver or Bowels. V. J I t wmnmm, , T,r rf:. , Kugmw PetimSr • well-know* termer aad dairyman, was terribly to- Jured In a peoollar accident on hli farm near here. He waa feeding corn atalka Into a fodder-cutting machine, and accidentally stuck'his pitchfork Into the rapidly-molting flywheel. The handle of the pitchfork was twisted from the farmer's bands and, whirling around, struck him in the Jaw, breaking the bone on both sides. Hurled from the wheel with terrific force, the fork struck Peterson and one of the Bharp prongs pierced his throat. A farm hand carried him, un- conscious, to the farmhouse, where Doctor Husted of Woodstown tempo- rarily dressed his Injuries, and he then was rushed to a Philadelphia hos- pital.—Woodstown (N. J.) Dispatch Philadelphia Record. One woman can be very fond W an- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 February 1916

IB mm, Jw i Of offlcws. Atatton of: Stewardship— • A. V. Warner. ./'Appeal for suppor and Workers."—Mrs Pt**ljT« ward*. (I'ietril'Htion •ni collection.) Secretary. T. J. Pica. Clerk, Will Hawes and «on bought ticket* iiiat Saturday to Spring* •r. New Mcxico. C. C'. generootty *W®n ma durwg; the past few days WANTED—11 hens and 1 roos- ter, White Wyandottes* White Or- piotfton, or \v hite Rocks. Either w. . . j™-™. HOLLAND'SHAflAZINB two ine yeara I have been In bwfc FARM aND RANCH one neeain the city of Claude- H.J- ftnd THE CLAUDE NEWS wish to say I appreciate your|one y0ar for, only two dollars. patronage very uiuclv and ehall Thl3 is a mighty good proposition 4., wh {or new 8ub8Cribera ftnd for those whose subscriptions have expired and who want to renew them. paLiu >«8 *' • I 4.1 t — i Jo all in ray power to merit both Grandma Grumko has been ill j yoUr friendship and patronage as ■ • i continue to do business at this place. Remember I am prepar Goodnight News jn vwi " _ ea t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

jsro. 21 i MSfflKfs 'i bmmmz FOR CLAUDE ARMSTRONG COUNTY voi.. CI, AT JOT ARMSTRONG TOT NTV TEXAS. FKBRTTARY 11.1 inn. GOT THE GOODS OUR PUBLIC FORUM Yes, we still have the goods, such as dry goods, notions, ladies furnishings, jew ry. Also furniture and undertaking supplies, and the prices are knocked down to rock bottom. Call and see us. You are always welcome. Call phone 34 METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL NOTES ■ i ) H. M. KIGHT & SON CASH STORE SEARS-SAWBUCK & CO. r~i Last week the editor bought a nice kitchen cabinet from H. M. Kight db Son. A few days later a friend of ours called our atten- tion to the same cabinet adver- tised in Sears-Sawbuck & Co. catalogue. We found on careful investigation that Mr. Kight had sold us the Kitchen cabinet FOUR dollars less than the Mail Order house. We say this to show you that ordering from mail order houses does not pay fromafinan- icial as well as business stand- point. When you buy at homo your money will come back to you, but when ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

fAw lystery HH mm ■ P Hu.kr Hmom MMOiMk) CHArrcn XXMI. Tto Seoret of the Million, ft will be remembered that Count- ess 01|* had darted up the stairs dur- ing the struggle between Braine and hli eaptora. The police who had fol- lowed her were recalled to pursue one of the leaaer rogues. This left Olga free for a moment. She stole out and down aa far as the landing. Serran, the Russian agent, stood waiting for the taxicab to roll up to the porte cochere for himself, Braine, mad Vroon. Norton had taken Flor- ence by the hand, ostensibly to con- duct her to the million. Suddenly iralne made a dash for liberty. Nor- rushed after him. Just as he (reached Braine a shot was heard. 'Braine whirled upon his heels and crashed to the floor. ; Olga, Intent upon giving Injury to iNorton, whom she regarded equally "With Hargreave as having brought About the downfall, had hit her lover Instead. With a cry of despair she idashed back into Florence's room, quite ready to end It all. She raised the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

mm m SBIi! mm-®** MEjEj! 6) \ l jsin" fixes sick, tour, guty stomachs in - five minutes. Tint It! In five minute* til stomach •distress will go. No Indigestion, heart* born, aourneM or belching of gsa, add, or emcUtlona of undigested toad, no 4i*ilneaa, bloating, or foul breath. Pape'a Diapepaln la noted for It* speed in regulating upaet atomacha. It la the aureat, qulckeat and moat cer- tain indlgeatlon remedy in the whole world, and bealdea It la harmless. Please for your aake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape'a Dlapepsln from any store and put your, stomach right. Don't keep on being miserable —life la too short—you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat wbat you like and digest It; en- joy It, without dread of rebellion In the atomach. Pape's Dlapepsln belongs In your home anyway. Should one of the fam- ily eat something which doesn't agree with them, or in case of an attack of Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or atomach derangement at daytime or during the nigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

•>> w < -i (dJl. ' • . r, ■ "Ml m?. swmH t/, - .ftfrtfl' 'A.f.?i.,'i%i?:.if,-^*A '. '..""Jc I pm Aim U Aim** Ev I •y I" nSi ■ ■'• ? J.f i4! pwhibimratcs APrER JAN. 1, 19« J «entt a line, six voids to tkt DUplay on front page 20o par I iaeh, special location 25c a col- KUewbere in paper 12 l-lc BHWMui iwh-ratM on large space Spatial location 15c a column inch. OMMarien—First hundred words free, jfeMitlWit words 1c a word. Cards of ThMka, 10 cents a line of sis words. General oburdb announcements will be tun aa reading matter. Special notices pi church, social and sohool advertising affairs at which money is to be raised will be charged for at the regular ad- j vertising and local rate*. All bills pay- j able on presentation. Announcements For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For Tax Assessoi: j. f, sewell. w. t. McLaren g m james For County and Distaict Clerk. E. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE WiLSON D'st. Atty. 47th, Judicial District J HENRY S. BISHOP EARNEST T. MILLER For Publi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

SSL., Hi BP '•fftHpg V '"JW* . Jip k tlfiss to Sit ft i mil);- , • Arthur fltsphsnson, of Wash btlrn, was In CUudf on bualncM thii wsek. T. P. Brunaon, of Washburn, called Wednesday to renew his subscription to The News and to say he likes it more thpn ever before, The Glaudia Theatre, under the management of Mr. Weaver, did quite Well during the pan week. Mr. Weaver is endeavor* ing to put on a good clean sho v, and ahauld be encouraged by ahow going people. When • you want to spend a pleasant evening go to the Claudia and forget your troubles for a while. Take Notice The bargain counter at the Em- porium. Cash only. mtM; ■■ ' For Sale—Plum cow with new calf. Phone me. 4-18pd C. good mi'ch Price right. B. Hunter. Visit with her mother at Arling- ton, Texas. Jeff, old boy, it ia hard luok to have to peform the '<batch" aot, but as you are an excellent cost yon will get along all right. Mrs. A. C. Dulaney, of Padu- cah, Texas, is here visiting her parents, Rev. C. 3. Cameron and w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

I I If E J w?f. L. s I Iv" : l ft ■r*wm .«U vUTM. '' '.) , w* wy Irrs* pafes !■ nyaMMadbttk, bat after taking Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- pound Tablets and oslng two bottles of tha Sanative Waah I am fully convinced that I am entirely cared of these trou- blea, and feel better all over. * I know your remedie* have done me world* of good and I hope every suffering woman WU1 ghra them a trial-"—Mr*. Anna kxllt, 710 Chestnut Street, Burling- ton, Wis. Tha many convincing testimonials con- stantly published in the newspaper* ought to be proof enough to women who Buffer from those distressing ills pecu- liar to their sex that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound is the medicine they need. This good old root and herb remedy haa proved unequalled for these dread- ful ills; it contains what is needed to restore woman's health and strength. 'if there is any peculiarity in your case requiring special ad- vice, write the Lydia E. rinlt- ham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass* for f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

WW keep cicfn and beiltjiy take Dr. leswiit Pelleti. «r. bowels snd stomach J3t regulate An irresistible impulse la one we yearn to follow. rf-;t'•<'©: Weak, Fuinty Heart, and Hyaterlee can be recti6ed by taking "Renovine" a heart and nerve tonic. Price )oc and ft Ml. Some men can make a dollar go a long way, but not as far as a reserved seat in heaven. w I | Y. 7 [ \ d We wiD tell you how we tend you a complete set of Oneida Community Par Plate Silverware free with Macaroni Products Guaranteed ten years. Bridal Wreath pattern. Learn all about this grand offer and about the Send Coupon lor Foil Information Lst ns tsll jtm hew you can Mcur* a complete Ml of Oneida Commu- nity Par Plata Silverware with Skinner's Products. In the meantime save the trade-mark from pack* 4, asJJr**,o bu'-- Nlne Kinds ol Macaroni Products Macaroni Cut Spaghetti Spaghetti Elbows Egg Noodles Soup Rings Cut Macaroni Alphabetos Vermicelli Sklnnor Manufacturing Co* III Lmrgtti Macaroni Factory in Amtricm De...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 February 1916

§ and <li® week home near Memphis. : with them as gueate _____ jRiniHe Evaus, RodyHill, and Mary Culwell. Miee fistelle Baron spent 8a t ttrdty In Claude, While cleaning a lamp last Sunday John L.ivingetone cut hi* lien-l t atwe£n tbs thumb mid forefiugur, li was necessary for Hwveral stitches to bo taken. The injury is very painful but not eerionv Rev. \V, H. McKenz'.e, for the past two and one half years pas Attorney EaroMt T. Miller an- nounces for the office of District Attorney of this-'Jhe 47th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries held July 22, 191(1.. Mr. Miller came with his par- ents to Armstrong county when he was only four years of age, •nd lias grown to manhood j i<>ht be"R among you, therefore it would be rut cf place for this cd itor to offer any introduction whatever relative to Mr. Miller. For the pa«t ten years Mr. Mil- ler has been n very successful practicing attorney, and at the present resides in Amarillo. Hi?! many frien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

WKmrnaSm f [Vii, >:!-mjmwt{ «naneaf« for circulating libraries of lantern alidea, ia accomplishing not*Me reeulta. tat offered to the public tvi years ago, ly lew avbjeeta were fully covered by the alidea. Now iats of nearly three thousand viewa of all manner of with public health, many of the sets being in dupli- tha alidea are being multiplied as rapidly wb fundi will per- y i still inadequate to meet the increasing demands from social workers, schools, clubs and associations engaged in w' knowledge of the causes of diseases and methods of prevention. ... flews, taken of cases and conditions carefully chosen by experts their story clearly and forcibly, bring to many persons their first Mequftt* conception of health problems and the important part the indi- vidual may play in aiding in their solution. Under the head of typhoid, fbr instance, the spectators at lectures where the public health service TWw we exhibited are shown pictures of unclean living conditions, how nuft is in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

fa ; f-W'i ' ■ ".'■■• ft & n lay* wa eanl took or f« l right With the system full of poloona. Millions of folka bathe Internally aow Instead of loading their ayatem with druga. "What'a an Inalde bath?" you aay. Well, It la guaranteed to per- form miracles If you could believe these hot water enthuslaata. There aro vast numbers of men and women who, Immediately upon arising In the morning, drink a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of lime- atone phosphate In It. This is a very excellent health measure. It Is in- tended to flush the stomach, liver, kid- neys and the thirty feet of lntostlnes of the previous day's waste, sour bile and indigestible material left over in the body which, If not eliminated every day, become food for the millions of bacteria which Infest the bowels, the quick result Is poisons and toxins which are then absorbed into the blood causing headache, bilious at- tacks, foul breath, bad taste, colds, stomach trouble, kidney misery, sleep- lessness, Imp...

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