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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

MS m0m v': ? Wf; r.^v- fff )1®^ 7 THB C L A Vt> S NEWS r' k«s; ■•"., "c jj i Hot Water Each Morning Puts Roses in Your Cheeks •V:f y ■} o o o ■ mM " ,A, " '« ' S ill . * ^ . Mr H ; Mi : A>- ■■' : ' #•" A! I il 60ME KISSES NEGOTIABLE. "Thl8 is queer. A woman wants a 3!vorce from her husband because he kisses her all the time." "Ah!" "She says he spends so much time kissing her that he neglects his busi- ness and doesn't even provide the ne- cessities of life." "Remarkable case." "Yes, indeed. And, furthermore, sho sayp she might be able to pay tho grower with kisses, but he couldn't." , To look one'B best and feel one's best is to enjoy an Inside bath each morning to flush from the system the previous day's waste, sour fermenta- tions and poisonous toxins before It is absorbed into the blood. Just as coal, when it burns, leaves behind a certain amount of incombustible material in the form of ashes, so the food and drink taken eakh day leave in the ali- mentary organs a certain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

i§# I ■ m For Repi, of 123 Dist. State Legisla. COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District HENRY S. BISHOP EARNE8T T. MILLER For Counly Judge H. L. MOBLEY For Couuty and Distaict Clerk. F. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE WiLSON For Sheriff and.Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For County Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL. VV. T. McLAREN G M JAMES For Public Wether, Pet. No. 2 W.R. IRBY handle PreM meota, at>d a oon- test is on as to who has the most brains, and who is the best short-dash editorial writer, the best essay writer, the beat business getter, the ugliest edi- tor and the best looking editor. A modern dude with narrow striped clothes, saddle covered shoes, a loud necktie, hair part- ed over his nose and smoking a cigarette, addressed his best girl thus: "If yon was me and I was you, what would you do? She unhesitatingly replied with a smile: "I would take off that tie, put that cigarette in the stove, part my hair on the aide then pray fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

xJOT• .Mj. OTIEP- 3bb&S« f y< > ■H 44 -K All This Week—Our United States Tire Show You have heard that at last the goal of tire makers has been reached in these superb pneumatic casings. All this week we will have a special exhibition of these ' Balanced' Tires. Let us explain to you what 'balance' is, and what it does to give lower mileage cost. Let us explain lo you the purpose of each of the five United States Tires—a tire to meet every need of price and use. Drop in. Wc can show you real tire economy, and the way to better tire service. MILLER & GRIMES, Preparedness IS THE WATCHWORD OF THE NATION Preparedness to fight disease is just as important as for national defense. Equip your kitchen with Pure Aluminum Cooking Utensils and insure your food against Germ invasion. Call or phone and learn how to obtain these wonderful utensils. FREE AT MY STORE J. H. WEAVER & CO. Watch This Paper for Further Particulars. YOUR INSTRUCTIONS ARE EAW WITH US When you tell us to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

Pi' sH. f } I Wti&SN jHK>m- O JACK LONPO>y ' " SYNOPSIS. —18— Humphrey Van Weyden, critic and dilet- tante, finds himself aboard the sealing achooner Ghost, Captain Wolf Larsen, bound to Japan waters. The captain tnakes him cabin boy "for the good of his aoul." Wolf haxes a seaman and makes It the basis for a philosophic discussion with Hump. Hump's Intimacy with Wolf Increases. A carnival of brutality breuks loose In the ship. Wolf proves himself the master brute. Hump Is made mate on the hell-ship and proves that he has learned "to stand on his own legs." Two men desert the vessel In one of the small toats. A young woman and four men, ■urvlvors of a steamer wreck, are res- cued from a small boat. The deserters are sighted, but Wolf stands away and leaves them to drown. Maude Brewster, the rescued girl, sees the cook towed over- side to give him a bath and his foot bitten off by a shark as he Is hauled aboard. She begins to realize her danger at the hands of Wolf. Van Wey...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

Claude News Supplement, April. 21,1916. Vol. 14, No. 31. JUST AROUND TOWN Roy Woods visited friends in Clarendon Sunday last. Miss Mayrae Lynch was in Ama- rillo Saturday shopping. G. S. Vineyard Sundayed with Dr and Mrs. Weils at Headiey. Photographer Carr did quite a bit of work in the country the past week Otto Grumke sold section 214, B4 to J. Pafford, consideration $6400 bonus. It is state land Mrs. Cayton Lacy of Amarillo has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sheid the past week. Doctor Curl oalled the doctor to doctor him 8unday afternoon He had a chill and high fever. Mrs. J. D. Dyer and daughter Miss Maude of Clarendon, visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ward. Will Dyer sold a wagon load of Rhode Red and Plymoth Rock chick ens in ilaude Saturday at 12c. Rev. A. W. Hall of Clarendon, Presiding Elder of this district, was in Claude looking after collections for the Clarendon school. County Clerk Cayton has register- ed three new Buicks this week. Mrs F. 0. Williams, N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

ft. -A-:" M/'^V IF $ •' ... ihtf •'" —*-■ '-.: >«■.H&,, A* LIPPITT'S SIMPLIFIED GOLF Among the United States senators who play golf, flenry F. Llppltt stands alone, for he has reduced the game to Its lowest mechanical terms and plays It on a simplified basis that Is unequaled, at least In Washington. His theory is that for a nonprofessional golfer each club used adds Just that much to the complications. He says It Is a needless mental strain to have to rummage through an outfit of a dozen clubs, trying to select the one that applies to the situation at hand. If he has to carry a pair of calipers and a transit and a couple of assistants to determine at what angle he should swat a dinky little gutta percha ball, he would Just as soon give up golf and play parrhesi or dominoes. So Llppitt carries only three plain little clubB. He owns no caddy bag and carries his sticks himself, and all his caddy has to do is to trot blithely along, point- ing out the quarry, liko a hunting dog....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1916

II mm mi RE I* 4 j. :• Is the place to buy your staple and fancy groceries; hats, shoes, shirts, seasonable underwear, work shirts, overalls, notion and racket goods. My place is the place you get what you buy and buy what you get; big measure and honest weights. I always pay the market price for all country produce. I. N. COLLINS The People 's Friend [ {measuring 11*2 inches. Mrs. H. h. Calliham and Ion, Paul, left for New Mexioo Wed- nesday, called there by the ear' ioue illness of Mre.Ray Calliham. C. F. Raef and H. G. White were business callers in Claude Thursday. Mrs. H. L. Calliham, Margaret and Mrs. W. L. Logan were Am arillo callers Tuesday. H. G. White was a Panhandle visitor Tuesday. PHQNE 81 -FOR— Bran Cake Maize Oats Shorts Meal Chops Hay an To transact your banking and carry your account it this with institution. We take a personal interest in every depositor, no matter how large or how small. Besides offering you ev- ery facility that an up-to-date banking institution...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1916

w^m jaswr CLAUDE MSTRONG COUNTY ARMSTRONff COtJNTY. TEXAS. APRIL 28. > I I Lit. 'I' «yoi. L4. CLAUDE 191n jsto. m OUR SENIOR CLASS PLAY AT GROOM, TEX. LOCAL AND PERSONAL On May 12, 1916 the minstrel under the direction of Dee B. 4* Mra. T. F. Mitchell, one of the pioneer settlers of Claude, died at her home here Tuesday morn- ing after a feW dayf illness with Pneumonia. Funeral services were conducted at her home Tues day afternoon, by Rev. Mcbley. It was on^of the largest attended funerals of the town. Every bus- ness house in town was closed from 3 to 4 p, m.. ■ You who read last week's Claude News, remember reading a most exoellent and highly in- teresting article headed, "Thirty Years Ago in Claude, Texas." Mrs. Mitchell was the writer of that interesting sketch of the Plains country, and that article will be read and re-read in mem- ory of that Sainted Mother many years to come. Mrs. Mitchell was a member of the First Christian church, and her friends were numbered by her ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1916

■*ar •$- ; V SYNOPSIS. —IS— • Vu Weyden, critic and dllet- _ himself aboard th« sealing Qhost, Captain Wolf Lersen, > Japan waters. The captain J> cabin boy "for the gowl of his volt hases a ataman and make* bails for a philosophic discussion p. Hump's Intimacy with Wolf A carnival of brutality br«ak h (hip. Wolf proTM himself t brute. Hump la made mate hell-ship and prove* that he haa ' "to stand on hie own lege." Two •art the veaeel In one of the email A young woman and four men, jw of a steamer wreck, are res- cued from a email boat. The deserters are sighted, but Wolf stands away and leaves them to drown. Maude Brewiter, the rescued girl, begins to realise her danger at the hands of Wolf. Van Wey- den realises that he loves Maude. Wolf* brother. Death Larsen, come* on the seal- ing grounds In the steam sealer Mace- donia, "hogs" the sea, and Wolf captures sevaral of his boats. The Ghost runs away In a fog. Wolf, furnishes liquor to the prisoners. He attacks Maude. Van Ward...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1916

DOING HOSTLER SERVICE > ..-.a.WMina.1 iJW Miss Iris Ford, one of the reign' Ing favofttes In London society and frequently referred to as a "Diana of the Buckinghamshire hunts," is among the women of the empire who have undertaken menial tasks as their con- tribution to the defense of the country against the Teutonic allies. Miss Ford Is a helper In one of the remouqt depots established by the war depart- ment for the care and training of horses destined for service at the front. Miss Ford, along with her com- panions, reports at the stable at 7 a. m., and works until six o'clock In the evening. They have not only to "break" the animals with vicious ten- dencies and hostility to mounts, but also to clean them of mud and dirt and preserve the sanitary conditions of the stables. There is at the depot where Miss Ford is enlisted, near Maidenhead, as well as all other re- mount establishments, what is termed a "head lad," who in every instance is a woman, for at none of the remount s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1916

j$| - ." III I 4 . <r%F menta 1128 Dist, State Legists. m\j.t1l5qn Atty. 4?tli, Judicial District 'HENRY 8. BISHOP - EARNEST T. MILLER Pw County Judge H. L. MOBLEY County and District Clerk. S 'VF. A. (Coon) HOOD E.C.CAYTON DEE WILSON For Sheriff and .Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN Fof CouLty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assossoi: ,T.|F. sewell. w. t. McLaren G M james For Public Weipher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY ltOY R. HUNTER after anwppi ?/ tfell, jf he does be is not mado out of the Btnlt we think be is. The editors throughout the state, who own autos, yet sit on the gabio ond of their "britches" and uever whino at till, will probably wake up af- ter they have been stung all the way down and half the way back. Talk about it! The papers report a man in Illinois has recovered from an attack of appedicitis in spite of tfce fact that be underwent au operation. The chuck wagon feed at Canyon Friday evening was all thataryone could ask, and the editors had one chance to get all...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1916

o IllSli BBtf ^ ■ • v,A mm i :niif, •', $W!Sk*$i v. - . /'■;Y ' 1') " > \ / My fully raster- ed, dapple iron gray stallion, No. ,|l|f 19778 Will make the season at my place 12 miles south of Claude. He is 17 hands high and weighs 1800 pounds, is well built, smooth limb, large boned horse. Terms: $12.50 to insure living colt, or $6.00 for single leap. In case mare is sold or removed from county, season becomes due at once. Will also make the Reason with NIGGER, my black Per- cheon stallion, that is well known in my neighborhood. He is Ifi 1-2 hands hi<?h, weight 1050. Terms: *10.00 to insure living colt, or ijfi.Of) for single leap. If mare is traded or movec" from county season becomes due at once. All lovers of good horses are invited to come and see these stallions and give them a trial if satisfied. Jess Dye, Owner JUST ARRIVED The wonderful new model of THE FREE Sewing Machine Let us show it to you now McCORD BROS. Preparedness IS THE WATCHWORD OF THE NATION Preparedness t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1916

|n uimiani in vmzern mm v I i * 1'! War Tsx So- called. Itred DMr Lee, nilnoli, (or 4< 1 came to Saskatchewan In the ot 1911 and bought land near I have fanned this land, acres, ever since. I have had grand crops. In 1914 I had 100 acres of wheat that yielded 40 bushels to tto acre. I sold this wheat at $1.50 par bushel. I like the country and my neighbours. M y i There is No taxes on each quar- ter section (160 acres) are about $32 a year. This covers municipal tax, school tax, hall insurance tax—everything. There Is no war tax so-called. I like the laws Jit force here. There Is 110 compulsion to n In any way. I am just as inde- pendent here as I was in Illinois, and 1 (eel that my family and I are just as well protected by the laws of the prov- ince aa we were in our old home In 1111- ■ola. What I earn here is my own. I have seven children and they take their places at school, in sports and at all public gatherings the same as the Canadian born. (Sgd.) M. P. Tysdal. "February 9...

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

:Mk-f w HH + > ( ) Back achetf - Stomach sen* •Itlvef A little cough? No ttreatfthT Tire easily? All rfter effects of this dread mal- ady. Yes, they are catarrhal. Grip is a catarrhal disease. You can never be well as long as catarrh remains in your sys- tem, weakening your whole body with stagnant blood and unhealthy secretions. You Need PERUNA It's the one tonic for the after effects of grip, because it is a catarrhal treatment of proved excellence. Take it to clear away all the effects of grip, to tone the digestion, clear up the Inflammed membranes, regulate the bowels, and set you on the highway to Complete recovery. Perhaps one or more of your friend* have found it valuable. Thousands of people In every state have, and have told us of it. Many thousands more have been helped at critical timet by this reliable family medicine. Pra rW aln b taU«t kra f«r ntt cotumk*. IfcaPmaaCompw/, Coluaibw, Okie wm'wMm wjwrf, ■*' To acquire wealth Is difficult, to keep It is mom difficult, ...

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

STORE E I i! I I ' I i ir ■ Ifi \\ 1m Is the place to buy your staple and fancy groceries; hats, shoes, shirts, seasonable underwear, work shirts, overalls, notion and racket goods. My place is the place you get what you buy and buy what you get; big measure and honest weights. I always pay the market price for all country produce, I. N. COLLINS The People's Friend . i Audi w«b well attended at th Mrs. Ed. Laycock,- Wedneeday. Three oars were loaded with wo* men and children. 21 ladles wore present to answer the roll oill by giving quotations on flowers. The subject, gardening, was dis- cussed and a program given. After dainty refreshments were served adjournment followed. The next meeting will be at Mrs, Roy Ward's Wednesday, May 3. rewMtfop: The Claude News. Read it. „ «' i W I .si r <r %£r-." t Wmk UttMww.-JMftjL..* To transact your banking and carry your account it this with institution. We take a personal interest in every depositor, no matter how large or how small. Besides...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

m:v;>■>■ *"5 "•.4; ^*•.. *;? rara 4. 'Jp msWflm ■ ?"■' ;;i '*''■« V '■• '■'«' 'fik.. ■W* V:# « •• .-■ • ;'Y iff IK# ia* ' ■ -'L W '-V a' f'<& ^ &■ .., £w* V . A ,1 j&ifiJSHMi '4-; 1 ^ ' ■' S ,<A' > ' '■ FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY ' VOL. 14. CLATJDT2, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, )!AY r>. 1010. t CYCLONE DAVIS EX- ' PLAINS WHOM HE HIT la my speech on March 22nd I answered Mr. Mann, giving in every word the outflow of my very soul. The rebuke was so stinging and truthful it was nat- ural for them to want the speech "expunged from the Record." My reply follows: "Some days ago I heard the distinguished Republican of Illi- nois, floor manager on tho Re- publican side, with imprecations and poisonous shafts, talk of the South with imperious accusations and speak of the southern citizens and old soldiers of the South as still lingering in disloyalty and haired toward the Union. In my heart I know that so far as the great mass of Southerners and the old grizzl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

BBiH ■ Ml HK wmm mm ^arV— '•""" CHAPTER XXVI—Continued. ▲ peep at Wolf Larsen showed me that he had not moved. A bright thought struck me. I stole Into his •tate room and possessed myself of his revolvers. There were no other 'weapons, though I thoroughly ran- sacked the three remaining state- rooms. To make sure, I returned and went through the steerage and fore- castle, and In the galley gathered up all the sharp meat and vegetable knives. Then I bethought me of the great yachtman's knife he always car- ried, and I came to him and spoke to him, first softly, then loudly. He did not move. 1 bent over and took it from his pocket. I breathed more freely. He had no arms with which to attack me from a distance; while I, armed, could always forestall him should he attempt to grapple me with his terrible gorilla arms. Filling a coffee pot and frying pan ■with part of my plunder, and taking some chinaware from the cabin pan- try, I left Wolf Larsen lying in the sun and went ashore. Maud w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

w LOOK TO THE VACANT LOT A Little Cleaning Up of the Space Now Will Result in Profit In the Future. Good Specimen of a Healthy Dahlia. TO GROW DAHLIAS Plant thorn, if there is no danger of frost, outdoors about three feet apart each way, not in too rich ground; then when they commence to grow get a good stick, a broom-handle is good, and tie them up with either cotton cloth or railia. It is best to raise them with a single stem; take half the branches oft, so the air and light will circulato well around the plants, as they tako time to make Urge plants. Plnce some sticks over them and attack a pleco of canvas sheet or blanket to protect them from tho first frost. The plants thus protected last four weeks longer, and it pays for tho labor, because you get tho finest (low- ers and lots of them. The tuber gets ripo better, too. When tho dahlias are killed by frost, cut out the tops; do not dip them too early; wait until tho hard frost comes. They can stand until November l.r>. They ...

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

fsm HMR,# <k ki$ T. WAOOONCR I ARB PWBUSHBH that W. J. Brjnw 'WOTOr W ^ fert ooWK Democrat. Sow fodliflfa in the n w band stand, io«wp| great Democratic purly to nom- inate a man three times for v; -y | E'f m ?i - w - at MM postoJBee at CUudfi, M *eo«B<l-ciM* matur, -11.50 ptr Amimiu in AJ* «ce President who "never w s a Democrat". Wo believe the leaders of the Democratic par- ty have more since than that >\T Announcements For Congress of the 13th District REUBEN M. ELLERD. For Rep., of 123 Dist, State Legisla' COL. T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District HENRY S. BISHOP EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County aud District Clerk. F. a. (Coon) HOOD e. c. cayton dee Wilson For Sheriff end,Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBJJRN For CoULty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessot: j.'f. sewell. w. t. McLaren G M JAMES For Public Weigher, Pot. No. 12 W. R. IRBY ROY K. HUNTER And the Ford oars ramble •till the butcher cuts 'em down' One mistake made by so...

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