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

SUPPLEMENT OF CLAUDE NEWS, May 5 th, 1916, Vol. 14No.33. LOCAL AND PERSONAL CARD OF THANKS I. E. Noel, six miles west of town, came in Monday on busi- ness. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Brunson are entertaining a new boy who came to their home May 2nd Mrs. Pearl Kesterson of Good- night came up Monday to have some dental work done by Dr. Curl. W. P. Martin is spending the week on his farm, Mr. Martin says he is a full fledged "hay- seeder" now. Col. J, H. Hamner is one of our citizens who is well posted on the latest political issues of the day. County Commissioner W. A. Davidson attended the County Officials association at Amarillo, May 3. Right Dickey left Tuesday for Clinton, Oklahoma. He may re- main indefinitely, as he is em- ployed there. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brummett, Tom Brummett and C. S. Cavins were among those who motored to Amarillo Tuesday. Mrs. M. D Emerson of Allen, Texas, has been here for several days looking after her sister,Mrs T. F. Mitcnell.who died last week of pneumonia. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

fppp < '"•f 5 ' i'l 0 © Classified "Ads" My fully register- ed, dapple iron gray stallion, No. 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: SI2.50 to insure living colt, or ■ IG.00 for single leap. In case mare is I sold or removed from county, season becomes due at once. Will also make the season with NIGGER, my black Per- |j cheon stallion, that is well known in my neighborhood. He is 10 1-2 hands Irish, weight 1050. Terms: #10.00 to insure living colt, or $5.00 for single leap, li 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. FOR SALE-Sweet Singing Cana- ry birds at right prices. Phone 97. tf FOR SALE I have a Hood work mule for sale or trade phone 93.5-5tf LOST-Pair of black auto gloves, j Reward for return to W.A.Wilson.lt i FOR SALE—A g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

CENTRAL llSlS NOT WORK iMt Ttmtiiii Hi "'r*'*** ■Mm wdvbw mj period* cause 1 had I to stay at hotce froio work Had suf- fer a long time. One day a woman caine to our bouse • od asked my mother why I was suffering. Mother told her that I suf- fered every mor.th and she said, ' Why don't you buy a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound?' My mother bought it and the next month I vu so well that I worked all the month without staying at home a day. I am in good health now and have told lots of girls about it."—Miss Clauice Mokin, 22 Russell Street, Taunton, Mass. Thousands of girls suffer in silence every month rather than consult a phy- sician. If girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sengations, fainting spells or indigestion would take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, a safe and pure remedy made from roots and herbs, much Buffering might be avoided. Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. (confidential...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

fHpii iSEMPSc^ {Pk^ &$ w'lfe : ,:• - ' i< u v « t a tt WW ■/'-. 5 I the claude news HSMI" nun. skkeisi n suues I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had—Don't Lose a Day's Work! Calomel makes you sick; you lose a day's work. Calomel is quicksilver and It salivate*; calomel Injures your liver. If you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish and all knocked out, If your bowels are constipated and your head aches or stomach Is sour, just take a spoon- ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone Instead of using sickening, salivating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver medicine. You'll know It next morning because you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be work- ing, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal guarantee th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1916

illJfHE OLl> is store- 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 ,..... C. ArmrttWI. Worth will All the Mrthbd., .. pit the firat Sunday Id May. Hto theme Will be "The Sabbath." He desires to have both the 11 o'clock and 8 o'clock services to be Union services, as he is rep* resenting the Sabbath League of America. This is his mission. Everybody come out and hear him. T Maples are being extensively planted in the west part of town this week. Oats gcgy / " e f£\ .N?#/* JL kali* A / /■" ^ fat Bf $ mW9 \ J 1 li!... «■ .ia-i. -A- 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 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

I ^ ^ '^ill ^' "Hi y lfsl&^:/ T- •*■, , ? ■ -JEi ■: M flfffiQENF >iSskSKE f ; ' FOR CLAUDE ' ■ . • " ARMSTRONG COUNTY ■ • m ywv&rwviizmBmIP*wpwp,5p^ I VOL. 14. DLAUDE, ARMSTBONG GOTJNTY. TEXAS. MAY 12. 1910. jsro. 34 I m b I f? MRS. J. R. HICKS BURNED WHEN GASOLINE IGNITES . Mra. J. R. Hioks had her hands and arms badly burned Thursday of last week from the ignition of gasoline which she was using in cleaning some clothing. Mrs. Hioks had a wash pan nearly full of gasoline which she had just taken her hands out of and went to the stove, placed one hand in- to some hot water when the gas from the hand ignited she placed the other hand over the blaze when it caught fire, too. She then ran to the wash pan, which was almost full of gasoline, thinking she had water in it, dashed her hands into the pan, when the pan of gasoline took fire. Mrs. Hioks then ran out the door to go to a neighbor for help, but realizing that she could not reach a neigh- bor before being burned almost...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

#; a#* of i itiM aawiWPiiWiiPiiii fSent'Ioak brfeel rtgM the •'=v 1 ■ I 111 of folks bath* Internally Instead ot loading their system „4n«a. "What's an inside bath?" ,Say.' Well, it Is guaranteed to per- ^ miracles if you tsould believe thrift hot water enthusiasts. There are vast numbers of men and women who, immediately, upon arising tn the morning, drink a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of lime- stone phosphate in it. •This is a very eicellent health measure. It is in- tended to flush the stomach, liver, kid- Beys and the thirty feet of intestines of the previous day's waste, sour bile and indigestible material left over in the body which, if not eliminated every 4ay, become food for the millions of bacteria which infest the bowels, the quick result is poisons endotoxins which are then absorbed into the blood causing headache, bilious at- tacks, foul breath, bad taste, colds, stomach trouble, kidney misery, sleep- lessness, impure blood and all sorts of ailments. peop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

■wwvJNl. wS' at Sti 11 L Don't Lom. a Day's Work! If Your Liver It Sluggish or Boweli Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."—-it's Fine! m TWre bilious! Tour llrer la alug- Stalk! Ton (eel luy, dltsy and all knocked oat Your head la dull, your tongue la coated; breath bad; atomach ■our and bowala constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makea you •tck, you may lo>e a day's work. Calomel la mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosia of the bones. Calomel crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, breaking It up. That'a when you (eel that aw(ul nausea and cramp- lag. M you want to enjoy the nicest, gen- tlest llrer and bowel cleansing you erer experienced just take a spoonful Of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty calomel aad that it won't make you sick. Dodson's Liver Ton* Is real liver medi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

m* wr %{■ I I Nl i of the 13th District !S M. ELLEKD. , irf 123 Dist, State Legisla' COL.T.JTILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, .ludiciul District HENRV 8. BISHOP EARNEST T. MILLEU For Couniy Judge Hi L. MOBLEY F^r County and District Clerk. F. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE W1L8ON For Sheriff and .Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBUEN For Cour.ty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: J.fF. SEWELL. w. t. McLaren G M JAMES For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY ROY R. HUNTER over the high cost of l|vi Which, we opine, snre sign that the boosters are about due for nnothef boost. The Quannah-Chiefj says the quickest way to keep a neigh bors' chickens out of your gar' den is to eat the chickens. Harry Kock says this beats a chicken ordinance all hollow, More rent houses are needed iu Claude. Many iuwilies are iiaving to live in shacks, tents and old store bnildiugs who would rent residences if tbey had a chance. Let somebody start a residence building boom w Don't you believe Claude should ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

PPifpR- ^ v at the Clone of Business i,me: m p ^M ini discounts except those shown oft b$125,952 55 $125,952 55 25,000 00 , e> t. ' Total Lwpi tl. 8. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) ..'..i.f Total U. S. Bonds ■ I-.,111.....i ....in a •M sssfegfe!!•ssammaarnm ww fThe Claude News. Read it: — — FOR SALE—Sweet Singing Cana- ry birds at right prices. Phone 97. tf 5**! 25,000 00 r . ' Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve ban lr. • $3,000.00 [ Less amount unpaid... 1,500.00 1,500 r Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank -> < ' Due from approved reserve aerents in Npw 00 48 mm W; f-V.,.4A mm. . ! ( v- 1 Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis $2,-147 71 Due from approved reserve agents in other re serve cities 13,411 78 15,859 40 t)ue from banks and bankers (other than included inlO or 11) 17,263 99 Outside checks and dther cash items.:- $311 04 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 29 HO 37144 Notes of other national banks'...* ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

ipp "'*j| M ;■ GHArriR XXVIII—Continued. , A ' jl - "Wolf Larsen," 1 said sternly, tor the firit time addressing him by this Wo Boat familiar name, "I am unable to shoot a helpless, unresisting man. ?o« have prated that to my satisfac- tion as well as yours. But I warn you ■ow, and not so much for your own iood as for mine, that I shall shoot you the moment you attempt a hostile act I can shoot you now, as I stand here; and if you are so minded. Just fo ahead and try to clap on the hatch." "Nevertheless, I forbid you, 1 dis- tinctly forbid your tampering with my ■hip." "But, man!" I expostulated, "you advance the fact that It is your ship as though It were a moral right You have never considered moral rights In your dealings with others. You sure- ly do not dream that I'll consider them in dealing with your I had stepped underneath the open hatchway so that 1 could see him. The lack of expression on his face, so different from when I had watched him unseen, was enhanced by the un- b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

ml W&fMmm k$M i SMK 'P'Mit % fe;' ■ \ How San Diego Dam Was Saved by Plucky Woman SAKr DIEGO, CAL.—A telephone call jingled at midnight. The call wasn't very distinct, for the wires. half down, were swaying In the storm outside. But It was loud enough to awaken the woman In the dark little room. It wouldn't have taken much more than a pintail to do that "Turn loose the water In the re- serve mains at once. You'll have to hurry to save the dam!" That was the order that came over the telephone. Mrs. Mary McQuarrle, custodian of the La Mesa dam, didn't lose a sec- ond's time. Without waiting to strike a light she was out in the rainstorm. Tum- bling, slipping and falling she finally managed to get to the bottom of the steep, rocky ravine at the base of the dam. She was out of breath and her body was bruised and scratched, but she twisted the wheel on tho shut-off valve with a man's strength. The force of the waters as they rushed out wrecked the pumphouse and drenched Mrs; McQuarrl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1916

WW*' -s T o R E- A Is the place to buy your staple and fancy groceries; hats, shoes, shirts, seasonable underwear, work shirts, overalls, notion and racket goods. M.y 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 r k n \ ftling cw To transact yorr banking and carry your account it this with institution. We take a personal interest in every depositor, no mattor how large or how small. Besides offeiing you ev ery facility that an up-to-date banking institution uis fer, wa can assui'e you of the highest degree of saft.U . We ask your consideration. First State BankClaude, CLAUDE TEXAS All Kinds Painting and Paper Hanging lu First-class Style. 1 Guarantee my Work CALL AND SEE ME Lawrence Zinn Claude. Texas Mr.vknd Mrs. E« W. Mr*. V. C. fcawey Claude Tuesday. Dr. Btricklin was in Clarendon Friday. Wash Storm and family made an auto trip to Canyon 8unda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

m v v" # BRsSCKi V -i •• '* M.:" I ■Pa&te£- Jff/i ' ' /'-^HPI r~? :. v /' wJ *- i JL FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY RrffS ml I VOL. 14. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COTJNTY. TEXAS, MAY 19. 1910. NO. 85 ALLOW YOUR EDITOR TO OFFER FEW SUGGESTIONS There are many things we could do, and ought to do, for the good of this town and the adjacent farming community. There are many things which, if we would do them, would give ua a better town and a better community. For instance— We might improve, and enlarge and broaden our educational sys- tem. What we have is good, but it could be made better and more productive of gratifying results. We might have better and more sanitary buildings. Womightgive greater care in the training of our children for the battles of life, ae well as the implanting of purely educational knowledge. Wemight see that the bodies of our children are exercised and btrengthened and developed in a more scientific manner, in addition to their in- tellects. We might give greater m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

Scene in Savannah Brought Back the Old Days WsmV I'M NWETT COIN1 on A HUNDRKO SAVANNAH, GA—Recently there was a scene in Savannah which brought back to many older residents the flourishing days of slavery, when a man I wealth was gauged by the number of negroes he owned. A group of former slaves gathered in front of the munic- ipal building to receive from a com- mittee of Savannah citizens gifts of a substantial nature that had been pro- vided for them by the business m<sn along the famous Bay street, where so many wealthy cotton factors and others do business. None was tess than eighty years old and some claimed to be "ninety goin' on a hun- dred." They were mostly men, but there were one or two women antong them. Women who as young and healthy black "wenches" had been worth from $1,500 to $2,000 each during the days before the sixties, when negroes were valued solely by the money their healthy bodies would bring if offered for sale in the slave marts at New Orleans, Richmond, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

';• <' ■ fflJBMiP^ w'i-' ' V ■"."'£w*^p-1 iffi-fy'fc, Jr.8*r-'f'.fflt. j ,- *■ <w - •' ■ e> :>?•■,<-,■■ 1 V?' -,?#•*. J «/ gfo ftMHKBMF r?mwawP $-> ■<? m:■■ v ■ f'-timt W■■& * seers ™w ;:fLll-',- v I GARDNER IS NO COWARD No one ever accused Representa- tive Augustus P. Gardner of Massa- chusetts of not being a brave man. Gardner has moral courage, else he would not have undertaken to start a fight for better national defense at a time when public opinion was not with him—there being no war In sight then to help him out. Here is an ex- cellent example of his courage In an- other direction: A few years ago Gardner began to take on weight. To be frank, he grew fat. Having in mind the days when he was athletic and Bupple, he sot about reducing by moans of systematic exorcise. He played golf—the game that, as somebody was saying, has needlessly prolonged the life of a great host of our most useless citi- zens. While diligently playing at golf in the hot sun one d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

?r' 9 !;i i <-* •> 4i y •- L !■ % > A f I K §-$ )> 1a > at Gtaufe. -H.W per Aoauk ia ME 3rv--~- ®y: ''' Announcements For Congress of the 13tli District REUBEN M ELLERD. For Rep., of 123 Dist. State Lcgisla- COL. T. J. TILSON Hist. Atty. 47tli, Judicial District , HENRYS. ItlSlIOP EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L, MOBLEY Fur County arid District Clerk. F. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE WiLSON For Sheriff and'Tax Collector: .T. J). WOODBURN vfe. H> Lott, WMoh «aa wMk in AmarUlo mult In# ver- dict of guilty, defendant drawing a five-year term in the peniten- tiary. jLott was indicted for mur- der by abortion committed last August, Miss Lottie Schaff being the victim. Five lawyers wore employed on each side of the case, it was a stubborn fought case and ho will probably ask for a new trial or appeal. Tin ro is a child born every four minutes in Texas. We build 7 homes every working hour in the day in Texas. 11 iht cent of our population is in the cradle. There...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

* -■*:•1 <3 N fj.* ■ >V7 :• >'. H«\' r*£<,, • •• vV'j*: - |pa IP ;-v hm •>%• I* t >m. V Good Mtitie at Those fiirnisiilnri music STABLE im'*% !&. :$®§ —- V''i"' ! y^S Good teams, good rigs, careful drivers, «L i^-®-w;-' ^jH^r llW^-,r.- , ^ v- l ||MMlHH Give mc your patronage and I Will surely please you M water in connection P H. FRANK CREWS, Prop. Telephone '43 Claude, Texas The CITY CAFE Good Meals , Quick Service Short orders of all kinds Your patrojiage appriciated Give us a trial S. H. BASKIN, Prop. "Merry Minstrels" Friday night wei Miss Maude Nelson presided at the. piano, w. A. wilson handled the vio- lin with a touch which charmed; facinated and entertained -bayond our most sanguine expectations; Lonnie Hood beat both drums; Lloyd Nilson as cornettest, Mr. Bain and Andrew Smalley, baritone The '< music was as as good as the best, | and it was enjoyed as much as any ! part of the program. Give us an-. | other, boys. Classified "Ads" FOR SALE—Sweet Si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

A sm 11 | I I I >o normal, ao fear of any after eating distress. E9U3 helps very materially in 'bringing about such a condition. It is an excellent tonic and appetizer. Try it Princess Christian's favorite pastime is hat trimming. A Kidney Medicine That Hakes Friends Everywhere Biirteen years ago we commenced selling Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and during our retire experience we have not encountered ■ single unpleasant dealing with our cus- tomers who have used it. It is a prepara- tion that gives universal satisfaction, and •ur customers are always pleased to speak k the highest terms regarding it. We have sufficient confidence in Swamp-Root to feeommend it and consider we are doing •or customer a favor. Very trulv vours, BARXETT-SCHEN1C DRt'G CO., Jan. lOtb, 1913. Roanoke, Va. saki "w;. 3 mCKftD Letter to Dr. Kilmer &• Co. Binghamto^t, N. V. i Whit Swamp-Root Will Do For Yod Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer 4 Co., Bingliamton. N. Y., for a sample size bot- tle. It will convince an...

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