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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

MMHM * if? ' v - $W It QlMdft. P m; § i? i .1 li J, i i l.ai li M < f _ i RATES after jan. 1, 10ic >cents a lino, six words to th« Display ou front page 20c p« , sjjecial location 25c a col BlMwUere in paper 12 1-2' i inch—rates on large spac« loeatloa lBo a column inch ir t hundred words free > words 1c a word. Cards o , 10 cents a lino of six word Gkneral oburch announcements will b ran as reading matter. Special notice; of ohuroh, social and school advertising ■Akin 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. Announcement^" For County-Judge h. l. mobley For Tax Assessot: j. f. sewell. w. t. McLaren g m james For County and Distaiot Clerk. e. A. (Coon) hood e. c. cayton dee Wilson Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District henry s. bishop earnest t. miller For Public Weigher, Pet. No. L1 W. Li. IfiBY. For Couhty Treasurer mrs. t. E. MoCALEB For Sheriff and Tax Collector: j. d. woodburn You ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

f'' fv""" m mM ma ..JSrrj** pans IWm |Je- BLIC FORUM raWwt.r .jh W 3 r • • A.* A . • 'f? Peter Radford ON GOVERNMENT BY SELFI8HNE88. • «> Eer since the aerpent In tbe Garden of Eden turnef Hall loose on earth mankind ha# beeu ruled liy emotions idol or avll—mostly evil. Trace the human race froir the time history raises the curtain upon mankind tc the present hour of extreme peril jnd we will And the frailties of human nature struggling for the mastery, and greed, propefly restrained, the motlre power that has moved civilization to its towering height and unre strained, has hurled government to destruction and man- kind to barbarit-m. Visit the cemeteries of civilisation and we And written upon the time-stained monument ol Egypt, pride; Macedonia, ambition; Persia, conceit; Rome, conquest; Greece, envy; and upon the tombirtone vv-. v/ v . * ' '■ '• v ■" v f ,'t Conway Items . Miu Margaret Oallihan spent Saturday night with her aunt, Mrs. Byrd, who is very siok. G. P. Orr was a Cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

■*&* if v TW7a-:T- . ' ' ' '"■ V. -: , • !. ' ■' • . *• ;'. ' s i ,C<!Li*'. M ;<€wm 'C:S«. ' S M li I «# I ts hnd—or w WMiwUin Ail one—yoor stomach you mustn't tajwr# & Diapepein U noted for lt« _ giving relief; to harmless- Its certain unfailing action in „im«f sick, sour, gassy stomacha. Its millions of curea in lndigeation, dyspepela, gaatritia and other stomach trouble haa mad* it famous the world (W®f . KMP this perfect .itomach doctor m your home—keep It handy—get a large fifty-cent case from any dealer and then if anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them; it What they eat laya like lead, ferments gnd sours and forms gas; causes head- ache, dtazlness and nausea; eructa- tlona of acid and undigested food- remember as soon as Pape's Dlapepsln comes in contact with the stomach all auch distress vanishes. Its prompt- ness, certainty and ease in overcoming the worst stomach disorders Is a reve- lation to those who try It.—Adv. Naughtycat. "What Is the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

m > "■ % Wmm n •« a. ' I '! c j\ > \ 9> Ai ./I II to yoar Stomach, as tlyg important organ controls your health, •> \ your strength and gen- eral happiness. For any Stomach or Bowel weakness try I OSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters N. S. SHERMAN S Southwestern Alinta for Hayton ORADI Centrifugal Pumps MM BUT PUMP MADE Send for Descriptive Bulletin. OKLAHOMA CITT, OKLAHOMA •alU >11 ihnut tills wonui f*l hUrhtr; iu cunpx-t. Mkra design an4 414 kfttcfclng quallUoo. year <Hkri or writ* ladlftaapo! It Cor rug atl a Indianapolis, lud. lantpolls. Mil §. Drover bi. TENTS Awnlnis, Hay Covert. Cotton Pick Sacki, Rubber Footwear Baseball, Sporting Qoodi, Tannle. Rain Coats, Sllckara and Lagging! Wrif for Monty Saving Catalogum TUCKER DUCK & RUBBER CO. FT. SMITH, U. S. A. No Relief. "My wife likes the apartment house we live In." "Then you don't have to move every year?" "I can't say that. Under that one roof we have moved five times." SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR DARKENS YOUR GRAY HAIR L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

ly convenient to buy your staple and fancy i, fresh meats, vegetables, fruits, fresh bread, oystcra, and ice in season, at the same time over the same telephone at the same place, without having to phone half dozen different stores to get. what you want to supply your table. m mm We carry a new, fresh and up-to-date line of sanitary groceries which please the most fastidious, we would like to furnish your table one month, after which you will continue to buy of us •> • to Into Song, Jmim Lotm Prayer, by Doctor Cu*l. Soripture Leeeon, PaalmiCXI, 100-112. Memorizing the Bible, Maggie Rutherford. Meditating upon the Bible, Eunice Rorlger. Mastering the Bible, Doctor Curl. Song. Talk by Loader. Keague Benediction. Leader, Lois Sinalley. T. H. Weaver & Co. TELEPHONE 153 I P I M 1 B 9 1 ELITE CAFE First Aid to the Hungry Everythingthat is Good to Eat Sunday Dinners a Specialty Phone 39 I. INSURANCE TOMORRO W Is robbing millions of the op- portunity of today TOMORROW IS NOT OURS AND...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 February 1916

COUNTY msffim* ■. \k^- knyi agftiMsS CLAUDE, wApli He n •: iSS >UNTTT. TfiXAS, FKBRIJARY 18. 1910. ■■>■«■■ #n,1 NO. mm. m 1 I 4 9 for irc past week Judge Hugh L, Umphres, attor- neys Marvin Jonee, Earnest T. Mil- ler, and Henry S. Bishop of Amarillo have been boarders at the Palace Hotel here the past week, while at- tending to matters in District Court, Very few cases were tried this week on account of two hung juries but those disposed of were as fol- lows; State of Texas vs: Larkin, charg- ed with forgery, change of venue to Amarillo, Potter county. State of Texas vs: E. F. Smith, charged with selling mortgage;! property. This resulted in a hung jury, being the same case another jury "hung" on last week. Smith was acquitted in one case and one case continued for next term. The three cases against Bud Sharp charged with forgery was continued on account of absent witnesses. Judge Umphres passed sentences on Foster Sheets, Chas' Wilson, and Jesse Germstad Tuesday afternoon, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

msM FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY *.«•* ■ ■ '■ ir,**$ >,;) ■ a:>yiBg'w>a -T>. a- • ■■ . : WrMmSSSnmm ~m m. :" • • i v-W'pi nHHif" ■j WW em >*Wi * J t \ ']. /■ VOT.. 14. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COT J XT V. TEXAS, FKBRUARV 25. 1.910. WOMEN' FEDERATION OF ARMSTlfONG COUNTY Will have part in Nation-Wide Baby Week, March 4, to 11 101G. The president and National Chairman of Civic?, Home bio- nomics and Public Health of the General Federation of Womens' Clubs are calling upon the women of the clubs to help in. holding a Nation Wide Baby Week Cam- paign, and many National and State organizations have promis- ed their help and inters.. The date chosen as most convenient for the majority of communities is March 4 to 11, 1910. Purpose: The purpose of a Baby Week in a community is primarily educational; it is two- fold: first, to give the parents of a community an opportunity of learning the facts with regard to the care of their babie3; and second, to bring home to every- one in a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

m 5* KukU ' I f' %■ •H,* jj. s I ffapi^ MftWMin wit I_ JL,- misery m nvt minute*. b mm tsods you eat hit back- good, but work badly; ferment lite stubborn lump* and cause a sick, Mttr, gassy stomach T Now, Mr. or Mia. Dyspeptic, Jot thli down: Pape'a Etapapsin digests everything, leaving Mflihii to tour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference bow badly your stomach Is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, bat what pleases you most is that It Strengthens and regulates your stom- ach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. Tou feel different as soon as "Pape's Diapepsln" comes In contact with the stomach—distress just vanishes—your stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belch- ing, no eructations of undigested food. •Go now, make the best Investment you ever made, by getting a large fifty- cent case of Pape's Dlapepsln from any store. You realize in five minutes how needless It Is to suffer from indiges- tion* d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

m '4m <y# \ v f J ) .'HB CLAUDB m Wf-mv. t~w*i : \ r'■ The Natural Pride of Those Who Take Part in It. To those who havo built railroad! through and across the prairies of 'Western Canada, connecting that great empire of grain and cattle, horse and theep with the world's markets in the east, must be awarded the privilege of looking upon their work, and Its results with pardonable pride. If they reminiscence, and tell of the hardships and the privations, why shouldn't they? The broad prairies on which the buffalo roamed and fed, are now alive with cities, town3 and villages. Farms—large and small—on which machinery has chased the bugaboo of laborious work off tho farm, and mak- ing farm life one of the most pleasant and prosperous of occupations—are being cultivated by men of the highest stamp of manhood. Many of these havo Inherited from their forebears the physical strength and the high type ot manliness that was theirs in the days when they hewed their homos out of the virgin f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

f'V::■;; •; ■ ■'& ' ■ , -v : Sp !- . ■. " .1' rfftMeWyft#. 1 ' " . *ssw##srt smsmk MMMM •k Claafo IHHH dver wittily and pQt yonr best effort into this prauning of trees, for it means . floltarsand cents to you.' jsorted olittlo cditoml S« " mmmmmm—'H—H9H! ' 1 "pi'PpftrC'lllPSS" £111(1 WBF. The iPISLtoww * ceive>*en the paltcy sttfti 'of 20 cents a day whioh was paicl Last week the K'ewa man in- the Luxemburgers. Did King Albert shed tears or was it his country's blood or both? Was i r j m i "■ Ic;1 v || lit- • j , ^ JtTBUtfi RATES EFFECTIVE AFTER JAN. 1, 191® Lock)* 10 cunts a lmc.sisjworils to the line. Display on front page !Mc per Colunn iaoh,special location 26c a col- umn inch Elsewhere in paper 12 l-2c per column inoh—rates on large space Special location 16c a column inch. Obituaries—First hundred words free, additional words 1c a word. Cards of Thanks 5 cents aline of six words. General church announcements will be run as reading matter. Special notices of church, soc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

1 ?!wl^ ■ ■ - UR<M •^#v'-,,t 5^ itoH WWg^hf-p.:^" :vk W$m i .' 4' $ ru..:?r 4,,.\ti , ij.i'iij , C. M. and S,C. Byrd Sundayed at Amarillo 'mm, ■■B | vo^.,* ■.'. j rr=rrr==== •' 'V-' y- '■ M®1' S3 * " m ; \ I V ' ) D, R, Baker, who", is installing a fib-barrel capacity Hour mill at Claude, camedown'from Washburn and remained here n i "l't of the week, looking after the v. • -i k. We raise the wheat to feed sev- eral counties the s;/.c of Armstrong why" not manufacture our own wheat into flour and "live at home; aid dine in the. kitchen." Ten new brick buildi:;;'* <x>m- pleted; coaipk'tc eleririe li,'-,if plant to be installed so* n: .t new flour mill to grind bur wheat and mcny other things too numerous to men tion, are coming our way.' What town along the Denver road sur- passes Claude? None, absolutely none. Oscar Harrison iB away looking for „ „ „ hnma Greener field? Mrs- V- R HVrd died al her bome greener news in Claude, Wednesday of last week Take Noticc after 17 years ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

I I )F *• il: M I! m % AK m ii® What would yon give to bo perfectly well? All you bare got, of course. It may be that your trouble la of a catarrhal nature. Catarrh of the head. Catarrh of the stomach. Ca- tarrh of some Internal organ. If ao, Peruna will help you on the road to perfect health. If you want to be convinced, buy one bottle. No further argu- ment will be necessary. Coughs Golds Catarrh PERUNA TONIC 38® w$m g|f A.y ........ I .•...... • - *> '" Jk Seconded, but Not Carried. Paul Armstrong often told how a lawyer acquaintance of his, who lives at Seattle, was retained to defend a colored man accused of absconding with the funds of a colored debating aodety. The outlook for the defend- ant was rather black. At the trial the attorney for the defense arose, M Boon as the charge had been read, and said: "Tour honor, I move that the indict- ment be dismissed." "Before he could proceed further hla client was on his feet, too, ad- dressing the bench without a trace of embarra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

: . *foxh (■: >. •: :M-:r ' ,wa . ■•' ."•''; "• A. ,/'••. tv.i.*'!'. ••••'* .•■'W w i in t ■ • >* ."■.'! (flBBflg 3g $1# -: yh r $ ; •) A :v i'i l .t V ) Don't Loit a Day'i Work! If Your Uvor It Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."—It's Finel You're bUlouat Tour liver la iluc- ftih! Tou (Ml huty, dirty and all knocked ant Tovr head ia dull, your tonga* la coated; breath bad; atomach eour and bowela constipated. But don't take saturating calomel. It makes you •ick, yon may loae a day'a work. Calomel la mercury or quicksilver which eausea necrosis of the bones. Calomel crasbea Into sour bile liko dynamite, breaking It up. That's when you (eel that awful nausea and cramp- ing. If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen- tlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced Just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sella you a 50-eent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

'■i @f ffi w k&m-x. convenient to buy your staple and fancy fresh meats, vegetables, fruits, fresh bread, oysters, and ice in season, at the same time over tlte same telephone at the same placc, without having to phone half dozen different stores to get what you want to supply your tabic. We carry a new, fresh and up-to-date line of sanitary groceries which please the most fastidious, we would like to furnish your table one month, after which you will continue to buy of us i ! i 8r 1L- - c. ¥ H [I i 1 WVi f|| if i 1 I J. H. Weaver & Co. TELEPHONE 153 ELITE CAFE First Aid to the Hungry Everything that is Good to Eat Sunday Dinners a Specialty Phone 39 •ad winaodn bij abfe to . he work in the school rootqi Miss Lillian McClure took charge of the primary, room. Miss Branson is teaching in Mias Christian's place. They p.ro getting along fino but will b3 glad to have Miss Christian in her old place. Mrs. John Vinoyard and Mrs. Oscar Brunson are staying at Claude, helping to take ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 February 1916

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