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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 March 1916

«tore 47 ne kitchen o b« m new. J. P. Sewflll. < Call oji me when in need of good Mackimithing, home shoeing and wood work.—Geo. Hughes. 3 3 tf. . r- w$r*vssw • mr& mm?' %"7ti ' / y F0UND- )—Auto Crank. Owner Oiay have aame by paying for this local notice. 3-17-tf * LOST—Pair of gold rim spec- tacles in red case. R. B. Robin- eon. 3-1772t. F08 BALE—a limited number of thoroughbred, Single Comb, White Orpington eggs 3-31-pd. R. 0. Ashworth ai. Woodbnra Drtij? Company, Clande, Tex. 2*25 tf DOG NOTICE This is to notify you that your dog must wear a collar or go to the Cemetery, in accordance with our city ordinance, so get busy at once. Lawrence Zinn. City Marshal of Claude KODAK FILMS Developed FRISE-Prints 3 cts each, at Stockings Drug Store. Clarendon, Tex. Mail us your films inclosing stamps to pay for number of pictures wanted lt-pd FOR SALE—six to ten head of good cows. Part of them are good milk cows. Six young calvea. J. C. Eubanks. 3—17-2t Advertise—if you have a milch ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 March 1916

- A JJi milt m ins uoont mem* tbt no™*, kU Mi a AMi yw to t f mi Gelds. ■1 IMI Will* •evert (Sefhe s CATARRH STAGNATION t Bti'- Mlss Geneva Moeser, twenty-one, succeeds ber deceased father as audi- tor of St. Clair county, Missouri. SAME KIDNEY REMEDY CURES MOTHER AND DAUGHTER I wish to advise that I have been both- wed with kidney and bladder trouble lince childhood; and after my mother, Mrs. J. R. Turner, trying Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root and being cured, I tried the lame and recommend that it is the best that 1 have ever tried; in fact, I was helplesi when I began taking it and am now in good health. I cheerfully rec- ommend Swamp-Root to others. Yours trulv, MISS NELLIE TURNER, 212 West Dalton St., Hugo, Okla. Personally appeared before me this !7th day of February. 101.1, Miss Nellie Turner, who subscribed the above state- ment and made oath that the same it true in substance and in fact. J. H. FTNOHER. Notary Public. Prom What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 March 1916

m.'mmawmtm "Orison's Liver Tons" Will Give You the Beet Uver , and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had—Doesn't Make You Siokl •top wing calomel I k m It makea you Doot lose a day's work. It you laxy, alutslah, bllloua or consti- pated, listen to ma! * Calomel la mercury or quicksilver which cauaea necrosis ot the bones. Calomel, when H cornea Into contact with Boar bile, craahea Into It, breaking tt up. Thla ta when you feel that aw- ful nauaea and cramping. If you fwsl "all knocked out," If your liver la tat- ptd and bowela constipated or you have headacie, dizziness, coated tongue, If breuth Is bad or atomach •our Juit try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Here'a my guarantee—Go to aay drug store 01 dealer and get a 50-cent bottle of Doason's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and If It doesn't atralghten you right up and make you feel lino and vigorous ! want you to go back to the atore and get your money. Dod- son's Liver Tone la destroying the sale of calomel becauac It Is real Uve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 March 1916

The Tailor Before order- ing your SPRING S-U-I-T W . it' I You can buy your choice Spring Suit now in any weight of fabric: light, medium or heavy From $15.00 to $35.00 But no matter what you pay you will find you are getting a tremendous ad- vantage, as the fabrics we are offering were purchased BEFORE the cost of woolens went as high as they are today. Get Your Order in Early Cleaning, Pressing and Altering are my specialties. wera: Ed..Raave, G..-F. P Logsn.and C. P. Rsef. Dr. York vu looking altar the sick, in Conway Wednesday. F M. Jackson spent Monday with her friend Eva Powell. 'I. L. Hickox was in Claud* on Wednesday. 8. S. Del lis, and H. S. Jackson were in Panhandle on Monday. BANKS CLOSE EARLIER We, the undersigned, .Banks of Claude, Texas, wish to notify our good patrons and customers that we will, in order to keep burglar insurance, not be able to cash any more checks after four o'clock in the afternoon, and oth- er departments will close prompt- ly at 5 p. m. First Nat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

IE FOR CLAUDE X^|RMSfRQNG COUNTY ;, ■? m is .--- - -- ^w52up!-jv • ' -S: m 'I ;v t .* V; :; r';' -v I .3? \ , ■ fggj •>. v ! $ ■ & IIZED SELFISH-' NESS OUR DETRIMENT The peril of tbis nation today is organized selfishness. The in- dividual has been swallowed up in organization and the unit of government has shifted from the citizen to class and in the transi- tion we have lost many of the ele- mental virtues of the human race and developed manv of the traits of the beast. Organized selfish- ness is leading civilization from Divinity to the dens of animals. Classes, clans and sections tear at each other with the ferocity of savages and seek to disembowel and disiptegrate the government that dares to limit class liberty. Self-restraint is beingdriven from society; honesty has become a viewpoint and might a predomi- nating factor in right. Patriotism never suffered more from com- mercial paralysis than at the present hour. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG _ iji- i. . m ams&sammmmmmmmcmm* J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

' *i8t> « , ■ $> 4j w H IT" 1 i m i I. hu been environment. it and he will pot go wrong. That fitted into our It doe* not fit into the facts. Some of the wont criminals of sprung from favorable worldly circumstances. They were >, underfed, oppressed, unfriended or uneducated. None of these considerations offers much consolation to victims, nor fjit relieve society of the need of defending its members from criminal We are now in a transition period between the old primitive system and some new system which will distinguish in treatment between congeni- tal criminals, criminals produced by vicious social conditions and offender! that are really not criminals at all. Our machinery is patched up, unbal- anced, half finished. We condone brutal degenerates on the environment theory. We thrust normal boys who are victims of bad environment or normal adolescence into jail on petty offenses. We create courts and pro- bation systems without the necessary means of carrying out the obj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

■ r' wMk Wmmm xi* -U. ffl 1 ; 14 i your Hver and ■x sfugglah bowels while you sleep. Get a 10-eent box. Sick headache, biliousness, dint* 4mm, coated tongue, foul taateand foul • Itreath—alwaya trace them to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the towel* or eonr, gaaay stomach. Polionoue matter cloned In the In- teattnea, lnitead of being cast out •of the ayatem la re-absorbed Into the blood. When this polaon reaches the delicate brain tlaaue It causes con* gestlon and that dull, throbbing, alck- «nlng headache. Caacareta Immediately cleanse the atomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will surely etralghten you out by morning. They work whlln you sleep—a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head «lear, stomach sweet and your liver «nd bowels regular for months. Adv. Greenheart wood from British Guiana Is said to outlast *non o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

it Hiar bin at school anditot on April 28th. n 6iS§iS 1RATES We all admire an expert in aftbr jan. i, 1 1« auy ,ine* by constant cation a man, it apt, may be- - come proficient in one or more lines, but never at everything. Pick your avocation, boys, and then stay with it till yon be- come efficient—an expert. on front page 20c p«r il location 26c a col- where in paper 12i-lc inch— rate* on large apae* Ion Hun lBo a column ineh. .first hundred word* free, words 1c a word. Cards of Thanks ft cents a line ol six words. ■ General church announcements will be •' iub as reading matter. Special notices Af church, social and school advertising •flairs at which money is to be raised will be charged for at the regular ad- vertising and local rate3. All bills pay- able on presentation. _ *jwi new leaf . Remember the far- ly bird catches the wortr.." "How about the worm, fath- er!" inquired the youn* man. "Wasn't he rather foolish to get up so early!" "My son," said the father solemnly, "that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

o" ' z mMi y:-fisHm>i'a " 4 r' ';^'V-.:'' S~:-; ;:j in the classi- fied columns will find from Maine IglllS J to California. D rr *| /AS easy to sell your property by long dis- tance as by personal sale. Classified "Ads" FOR SALE—Sweet Singing Cana- ry birds st right prices. Phone 97, tf Old lumber and kindling wood cheap atthe Palace Hotel.3-17 - tf Call on me when in need of good blacksmithing, horse shoeing arid wood work.—Geo. Hudhes. 3 3 tf. FOUND—Auto Crank. Owner may have same by paying for this local notice. 3-17-tf LOST—Pair of gold rim spec- tacles in red case. R. B. Plohin- son. :M772t. ' KACKET < STORE New Goods Daily Ladies ready to-wear dresses from 50c to $6. Waists 50c to $2.50 Middy Blouses $1. to $1.50 We still have some 90 inch sheeting at the old price 25 and 30c .05 and 10c laces Let us Show You For t^fpedicattoh Saturday, April 1,1916 J v ; r1, I 4 |MtuP# of Chrittlan Sctarce at go«a in hop* ©f _ ' AmarHIo Sunday. rheumattaa. New Band Stand ?■ PROMPTLY AT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

m Y.—"I km all my Ufa ontll I Ljrdi* E. Ptakhem's V«|itibl* Cam- had took ml: % . i il pound for and for female trou- bles *a4 it stralght- cMd ma oat in good ■hape. I work nearly all the time, as we lire on a farm and I have four girls. I do all my sowing and work with I their belp, ao it shews that l stand it real well. I took tha Compound when my ten year old daughter came and It helped me a lot 1 have also had my oldest girl take it and it did her lots of good. I keep it in tha boose all the time and recommend It"—Mrs. Dswrrr Sincebaugh, West Dauby, N. 7. Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabil- ity, backache, headaches, dragging sen- sations, all point to female derange- ments which may be overcome by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. This famous remedy, the medicinal Ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be a most valuable tonic and invigorator of the female organism. Women everywhere bear willing testi- mony to the wond...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

I H $ •) I :i: Ifs? uwn W Qh, &***& Cteanting You Eyer Had—Don't Lose a Day's Work! Wi CMm*l mikss you sick; yon Iom a rark. Calomel la Quioksilver It wittratu; calomel injure* your If you are bllloue, feel lasy, sluggish and all knocked out, if your bowela are oonatlpated and your head aches or etomaeh la aour, Just take a spoon- ful of barmleaa Dodson's Liver Tone Inatead of using sickening, salivating; calomel. Dodeon'e Liver Tone la real liver medicine. You'll know It next morning because you will wake up feeling line, your liver will be work- ing, your headache and dizziness gone, your etomaeh will be sweet and your bowel* regular. Tou will feel like working. Youll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a iO-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal guarantee that It will clean your sluggish liver better than naaty calomel; It won't make you sick and you can eat anything you want without being aalivated. Your druggist guara...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 March 1916

; < - < < - 1 rdHf. aAddolfc It possible Job Department is ity Growing and Want it to Grow Larger Because ik Bigger W? Grow the Better Able We Will A* to Serve Ycfo . ► • Have all your printing done in Claude from now on. We respect- fully ask for patronage of Armstrong county. Boost yofir home print shop by giving us the work and we will boost your town and country and show our appre- ciation in many other ways. Let us have your business from now on if we have not done it in the past. Put Arm- strong county money into Armstrong coun- ty institutions. The Claude News Where Your Printing Money Goes Fartherest No. 318,1 the 10th day of March 1916 at 9 a$Qck a. m. levy upon the following daacriWd tract of land situated ttt -Armstrong County, TexaS and belonging to R. F. Smith and describe in said or- der of sale as Part of Sec. 62 and 99 in Blk, B4, H. &. G. N. Ry. Co. in Armstrong County, Texas, begin- ning at a point on the line between Sec. 62 and 99 about 1360 feet W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

f&j&Mw W*#' ^W^m- '■ I - W5MF?V /J%£* ;•.«*, «;« .oC, f '• -• • ' - ■ . . IISPI [STRONG COUNTY jpp.flK $£ *'r'V.O!L.. >,14. •wmrnrnmmitmmmmimm '" *KT .* ' UrTW'il MM OiLAyDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. MARCH 31. 1910. "¥' '"Mi agOffll • y "f: , " . JVC. *28 L L PROGRAM Of COUNTY SCHOOL FAIR The second School Fair held in Armstrong county is to take place on April 7 and 8. Follow- ing is the program: * Friday, April 7 Exhibits open to public at 1 o'clock. Baseball games and athletics. Friday evening—Debates and declamations. Saturday, April 8 Forenoon—Program begins at 10 o'clock sharp. Spelling Contest—Rapid Ad- dition—Story Telling. Dinner served on the school grounds in picnic style. At one-thirty the schools gath- er at the court house square, form in line, and led by the band march to the school house. Athletics. Awarding of prizes in the au- ditorium. Dismissal. Everybody's attention is called to the necessity of each persoD bringing enough for his own family and then ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

srii> fenoU is Y-TO-TAKE yet llaf" i-T R m E4, U it to- •ad women ex- ohsnges In Um ' to be out in ftwfll tin bo food moot satis- hctarrui toaic following an at- tack of illness. CARRY A BOX MjSloJ whoat OCCUPttl iuddas co rttb the a , asdethme drive* la tb* odd and atloo aubjaeta him to toldi may um has a assurance chat the i (ha aame formulary edUM with Us 44 yaaia of tha Americas Public. HehiiCiataar. X-rays are being used in India to de- termine a man's age. Always sura to please, Red Cross Bali Blue. Ail grocers sell it. Adv. Fat coachmen are considered a great prize in Russia. Dr. Pierce's Pellets are beet for liver, bowels and stomach. One little Pellet for a laxative—three for a cathartic.—Adv. A permit Is required by persons de- siring to reside in Switzerland. FOR HAIR AND SKIN HEALTH Cutlcura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Are Supreme. Trial Free. These fragrant, super-creamy emol- lients keep the skin freah and clear, the scalp free from dandruff, crusts and scales and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

HEALTH SPLENDID IDE PARAGON OP PATIENCE. CUmi THOSE 009 JOMI i I § I ■M at Tour luU U dull, your ; Waathhad: stomach constipated. But don't alomsL It malute you a day's work, mercury or aulekstlTer necrosis of the bones, crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when feel that awful nausea and cramp- you uant to enjoy the nicest, gen- tieet Unr and bowel cleansing you Arer. experienced just take a spoonful •f harmlus Dodson's Liver Tone. Tour druggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my peisonsl money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your nasty calomel and that It wont make you sick. Dodson's Liver Tom Is real liver medicine. Tou'll know It next morn- ing because'you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working, your headache and dlsdness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. Tou will feel like working; you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. * Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

$1 ier aubscribers ; papers to. than mentft State Lejlflla. we ever ■V, ; BP; ,47th. Judicial District . HENRY 8. BISHOP ^plfUHBST T, MILLER *or County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County and Distaict Clerk. P. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE W1L8ON For Sheriff and Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For CouLty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: j. f. sewell. w. t. McLaren g m james For Public Weigher, Pet. No. '2 W. R. IRBY Another thing our Social & Commercial Club should look after is some kind of fire pro- tection for Claude The loss of oue or two buildings which tnigh. occur any day, would more than pay for ample fire protection for the town. Let us have fire projection, and the sooner the quicker. The editors ot the Childress Post, and Index are cal'ing each other pot names, such as "liar, etc," Bad business boys, and it will nevet* got you nnvwhere, You should have done that comity printing at i Monday night Prof. VanBua- kirk, one of the real ul Vo wires'* of the Claude ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

SUPPLEMENT THE CLAUDE NEWS 14 Claude, Armstrong County, Texas, March 31, 1916 No. 28 JUST AROUND TOWN Bailey Brothers vaccinated 75 calves recently. W. G. Aldridge of the Elite Cafe is a new subscriber to the Claude News. Prof. J.L.Reedus of the Claude school went to Texhoma Friday to look alter a land trade. T. B, Odora branded and de- horned 150 head of cattle Wed- nesday. II. G. Dye and wife of Good- night were in Claude Monday, transacting legal business. Atty. W. A. Wilson looked af- ter legal business in Amarillo the past week. Ed Beverly, movie man of Carter, Oklahoma, was prospect- ing in Claude latter part of the week. " J. S. Ulm of Clarendon was in Claude Saturday looking up the records to make a loan on some land near town. Art Mclntyre and Geo. What- ley of Groom motored to Claude Sunday to visit some of our many fair damsels. Chub Baker and Miss May me Lynch, Oscar Davis and Miss Ruth Brady motored to Panhan- dle Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. J. C. Lowes. George ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

J - . . f, > t m- 10 11 ■ m >T T il M @ P) ■i - Can* Phone 97. tf robeih arid Kindling tfpod ■ cheap *t the Palaoe Hotel.3*17-tf > FOR SALE—Good leaf tobacco at } Palace Hotel. S) THE noted line of Cooper under- wear for men will be found at the Emporium. 3-31 23-barret, up tank, for water, to trade for grain or shoats. Call kights Milling Co., phone 93. tf NOTICE-I pay market paice at all times for fat hogs when delivered at Claude. G. T. Brummett. 3-31-tf INQUIRE about our improved kafflr seed. H. M. Davis and Son, Claude, Texa*. 3-31-tf. JULIA CULP, the world famous lieder singer, will give a recital in Canyon, April 21. Tickets $1.50. Write C. W. Warwick. 4 14 When you want Kight's fresh' corn meal or Graham flour, order it through our local merchants. It is fixed up righ by Kight.3-24tf FOS SALE—a limited number of thoroughbred, Single Comb, White Leghorns eggs 3-31-pd. R. O. Ashworth Order Kight's Fresh Corn Meal and Graham Flour, fixed up right, through any of our lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

INVENTOR OF THE FOKKER PlplW] IPS' Ww&&te Mljnheer Fokker, the Inventor of the monoplane that bears his name and that (or several months has been greatly disturbing the adversaries of Germany by Its speed and destructive powers. Is a native of Holland, and la said to be not more than twenty-three or twenty-four years old. He has spent the greater part of his life In Germany, but would appear to be thoroughly familiar with the French flying machines. A number of the de- vices on the Fokker are claimed by the French to be outright copies of their own. About five years ago Fokker mads his appearance in tho German flying corps, and his first monoplane was re- ceived with such small enthusiasm there that the invention was offered to tho British government. Some Eng- lish experts examined it, recommend- j ed it as being uncapsizable, but so bad- _____ ly constructed that it made the flyer's ' life anything but secure. They, therefore, declined to recommend its pur- ! chase by Brit...

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