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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

W&fa'vW1 ■'•"*'■'"^-*'*f^ 'S®.' •$®feiv: LIVER AND BQWELS MY WAY Juit Onoe! Try "Dodwn't Liver Tone" When Bilious, Const! pated, Headachy—Don't Lose a Day's Work. % \ V *•/ R * ] Jl I Liven up your ilugglsh liver! Feel in* end cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- bition. But take no nasty, danger- one calomel, because it makes you alck and you may lose a day's work. 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 oramplng. Listen to me! If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson'a Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer ■ells you a 60 cent bottle of Dodson'a Liver Tone under my personal money- back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty calomel and that it won't make you sick. Dodson'a Liver Tone ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1916

S«Hu3wR mmk': 3 *?.w# ±p""$ntvs5®wi mmmm-m* RE— IJUilll h:i 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 rniintrv nroduCe. The People's Friend |i| J. Fnuik Stey. on* ®* neer tettltn of Claude, dlriH#* nrday morning, May 11, at 3:45, of pneumonia and urio acid poi- Boning, after a few days illfltM. One of the largest gatherings ever seen in Claude attended Mr. Slay's funeral at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Besides his immediate rela- tives and friends in Claude, there ! wore many from Panhandle, Amarillo, Groom, Canyon, Wash- burn .Goodnight and other points. His funeral was conducted by Itev. C. S. Cameron and his for- mer pastor, Rov. Leon 0. Lewis of Clarendon. The pall bearers were: G. T. Brummett, R. A. Moore, 8. W- Calliham, C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

Ma '•mSMKmM ^.* ¥.4± •&.:. . ,L_.r .,^ ' :*.■ ■$>■.;- r^;%/fwp " * * ; nt/Iv PR nni :'* jk" ■mm* CLAUDE Af® ISfeMStftON^ tOU^ * 14. OLAUDK, AHMSTEONO COTJNTY. TEXAS, MAY 26. 1610. M m#mm NO. 80 BASHES INTO TRAIN; ONE KILLED HEV, MOBLEY PAYS TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS Friday evening as the south- bound train was hearing Claude, at the crossing one mile west of town,,an automobile on the way from Shamrock to Clarendon, dashed into the train, the force of the impact breaking the step off the rear of the engine. The car was completely demolished. Four men were occupants of the car. The driver, Lee White of Shamrock, was injured, having several ribs broken and bruises about the chest. His companion 0(1 the front seat was so badly in* jured that his death was consid- ' ered certain from the moment 6f the acoident until it occurred at the sanitarium at Clarendon five hours later. The two who occu- pied the roar seat, \lessrs. H. A. Walker of Clarendon and Terry of Shamrock were uninjured be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

v*k£Z\ CmAPTCK aXXII—Continued. ■ 23 That phrase, the "one small wom- an," startled me like an electric shock, tt was my own phrase, my pet, secret phrase, my lore phrase for her. "Where did you get that phrase?" I demanded, with an abruptness that la turn startled her. "What phrase?" she asked. "One small woman." "Is It yours?" she asked. "Yes," l answered, "mine. I made It" "Then you must have talked in your Bleep," she smiled. The dancing, tremulous light was in her eyes. Mine, I knew, were speak- ing beyond the will of my speech. I leaned toward her. Without volition 1 leaned toward her, as a tree is swayed by the wind. Ah, we were very close together in that moment. But Bhe shook her head, as one might shake off sleep or a dream, saying: "I have known it all my life. It was my father'b name for my mother." "It 1b my phrase, too." I said stub- bornly. "For your mother?" "No," I answered, and she ques- tioned no further, though i could have sworn her eyes retained for some time a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

fantastic Initiation of New York College Boy H*W YORK.—There la an elm tree on Seventh avenue near thecorner ol One Hundred and Twenty-eighth street. Around the elm tree la a puddle to aome plaeea the puddle may be alz Inches deep. Oblivious of snow, sleet and rain, a chubby youth sat by that puddle on a recent morning fishing. His feet were clad In large shoes In a state of partial decay. His eyes were obscured by a tattered brown hat and his shirt was red. He had no collar, but eleven yards of bright red ribbon were wound about his neck. At his right was an alarm clock; at his left one of those unhyglenla vessels which adorn the lobbies of cheap hotels. Ever and anon he gazed anxiously at the alarm clock, and Ave minutes he spat Into the cuspidor. It was the hour for early church- goers. So many of them stopped to see what kind of fish he was catching that Patrolman Hartwlg strolled up to see what the crowd was doing. Patrolman Gabel Joined him. "Whatche doing?" said Hartwlg. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

—|Jmnk*Jamevsou's unmc did not appear «i ill* seut to this office. pages 1 of the 13t}i District BEN M. ELLERD, ■;> of 123 Diet, State Legisia' ? COLT. J.TILSON u Atty. 47tb Judicial District henry 8. BISHOP EARNEST T. MILLlili For Couuly Judge h. l. mobley For County and District Gleik. F, A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON dee WILSON For Sheriff andJTax Collector: * J. D. WOODBURN For Coui-ty Treasurer mrs. t. e. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL. W. T. McLAREN O M JAMES Tho Locknoy Boacofi • K another big Panhandle paper that is strong for Reuben M. Pllerd Tor Congress of this dis- trict. Ellerd is gaining ground every d;iy, and a good big vote from Claude will give us « better light to a A rectjgnition and favors of Mr. Ellero when ho lands in Congress. We should be mindful of this fact when we east a vote for Con- gressman in tho July primaries This is the reign or the lawyer. We are a lawyer ride'eu people. As a lcgislntoi he makes the laws; us n ,jud e he construes them, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

''-fx-'1' vv f Cleijnsd a d Prised |: Coats and Pants Cleaned and Pressed -. .. lames Work a specialty I . # I We Solicit Your Patronage .'A.- 50c ....$1.00 .... 1.00 All Work Guaranteed Agency for "Kahu,"' "Whitney" and "Churchill" Quality Clothes JOHN WARD, Prop. PHONE 97 Si! Four Burners only McCORD BROS FOR SALE—Sweet Singing Cana- ry birds it right prices. Phone 97. tf THE CITY LIVERY STABLE Good teams, good rigs, careful drivers, water in connection Give me your patronage and I will surely please you v H. FRANK CREWS, Prop. Telephone 43 Claude, Texas Classified "Ads" | Please Read This NOW Claude Photo Studio, Phone 165, S. C. Carr, Photographer. 36-tf The New Perfection Oil Stove, 4 burners, $15.00.—McCord's Racket Store.' 35tf Millinery Goods—Sport hats only half price now.—Lou Dodsnn. 5-12tf The CITY CAFE Good Meals Quick Service Short orders of all kinds Your patronage appriciated Give us a trial S. H. BASKIN, Prop. THE W. C. FREE—Sewing ma- chine sold on its merits $19.00...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

■ Brai * path ia toy right side sod could not sat anything with- out hurting my stoeuKh. I could Mtdrinkjold water at all ner eat any kind of raw fruit, nor fresh meat nor chicken. From 173 pound* I went to fiSsbdwoold got so weak at time* that 1 began to take Lydia E. Pbkham'a Vegetable Compound, and tadaja later I could eat and it did not tart my stomach. I have taken the Saedicina ever since and I feci like a I now weigh 127 pounds •a you can see what it haa done for me already. My husband says he kaows your medicine has saved my life."— lira. J. S. Barlow, 1624 South 4th St,' Columbus, Ohio. Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com pound contains just the virtues of roots and herbs needed to restore health and strength to the weakened orpans of the body. That is why Mrs. Barlow, a chronic invalid,recovered so completely. It pays for women suffering from any female ailments to insist upon having Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound. LaJJL . m H' u # '■ fe'l 'Mm Japan's Big Specie Rese...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

labastirie mm mm m. Fine Cotton Fabrics and Linen Lawns Most in Favor for Undtr- Garments—Little Really New in the Designs Shown This Season-Pretty Coat for Little Girl That the Home Dressmaker Should Be Able to Fashion. ■ / * V>OR 35 years Alabastine has li been the choice of house- * wives who take particular pride in the decoration of Uwir homes. For 36 years Alabastine has been sold everywhere by paint, hardware, drug, and general stores. It is known by dealers and users alike as the"tint beau- tiful" for walls and ceilings. Alabastine is a dry powder that mixes perfectly in cold water. You can apply It yourself or your lix al painter will do the work reasonably. Be sura that you get Alabastine brought on the job in properly labeled packages. Free Color Plans The best decomtor* advise the use of stencils to produce contrasting wall and ceiling borders. Ordi- narily, stencils cost from SO cents to U 00 each: but if you will write for the free 'Alabastine Packet," con- taining ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1916

% ''W *y-.\ mm w] f K. ' li place to buy your staple ind iancy 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 ¥ © 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 has to of- fer, we can assure you of the-highest degree of safety. We ask your consideration. F^rst State BankClaude, CLAUDE TEXAS BBkttejr tod Nolan DelHi and H. H. Jackson wore in Efe&b&hdlt Wednesday. Had a good rain of one and one half inches Wednesday ui.ght. Conway school trustees have elected our teachers for the dom- ing year. The principal is Prof. Carroll of canyon and the pri- mary tea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1916

I jfv?IPvl"' ■ -•-. -y. • ■ *,K" '■■ -i... ' / .■•■■; • Mpf39H \ « \ WMM> '.% m vfp* •■'■ •,' - ■ " " -' ■ W. t,.,. «Vk' . >:*<,'.#< FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY VOL. 14. (-LAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, JUNE 2. 1 91< . NO. 87 ARMSTRONG VOTED WET AT STATE CONVENTION Our County Democratic Con- vention elected a man to attend the State Convention at San An- tonio. Thi9 delegate, whom we are informed is on the prohibition aide of the question, could not attend the State Convention, so gave his proxy to an Amarillo man whom he believed to be a prohibitionist. We note, however, that whan Armstrong county was called on that her vote went on the whiskey side of the house, which does not represent Arm- strong county in the least as we are informed that she stands ten to one in favor of prohibition. This leads us to say very few if any conventions ever represent the voice of the common people. The primary and secret ballot is the way for people to express themselves and in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1916

m Capt. J, R Humbert tells how the men of South Carolina beat off the fierce assault of Federal regiments and blocked the 1 ap to Charleston v fmrnrnmimm 1" 1 N THE spring of *«1 I «u teaching school in Orange- burg, when Colonel Ha- good'a regiment, consisting ot troops from Barnwell ______J and Orangeburg, and known as First regiment, South Caro- lina Volunteers, was ordered to Coles Island. In the fall of '61 President Davis called for 3,000 troops to enlist for three years' service or throughout the war. We went under that call as the Orangeburg Heavy artillery. "1 PLATT KNOWS BIRDS On November 11 we were mustered Into service at Orangeburg and or- dered to Port Johnson, where .Major Lamar was quartered with a large company from Barnwell. He divided his company and formed a battalion of artillery and early in 1862 increased his battalion to a regiment of artillery with ten full companies. Fort Johnson was about two miles in the harbor of Charleston east and south of the city. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1916

fflir'1 V UVjW. TK 8 C L t I S I > <§ m ■ v S NEWS . I ■I ■.. HCdrt Of By Vingie E. Roe Night ^jnd|^HH|H Illustrations by Ray Walters > it: A STORY OF THE GREAT NORTHWEST CHAPTER Out of the Vint Maple*. BUeti Mt, her knees Arawn up to her chin, on the flat top o( a fir ■tump. Beilde her lay Cooinab, heavy muisle on huge pawa, bit eyes as pale •a the glrl'a were dark. They were hill-bred both. Perhaps that account- ed for the delight both found in the •olitude of this aerie, where they could look down toward the west on the feathery, green sea of close-packed pine and Or, of spruce and hemlock— and toward the east on the narrow ■trip of tide-water slough and the un- palnted shacks of the lumber camp huddled above Ita rollway. It was the magnificent timber country of the great Northwest. Slleti was wondering, as she always did, how far the mountains ran to the south, how far It was to that 'Frisco of which she had heard bo much from the tramp loggers who came and went with th...

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

ation {TV- •> mAMf Hk oUIa: "I am Announcement® sapport irris for governor of Tex- 'hey give out the inform' to us that Morns will taxes, and furthermore 9 could not find a mail in ate who could do worse than the present incumbent when it comes to high taxes. For Congress of the 13th District REUBEN M. ELLERD. For Rep., of 128 Dlst, State Legisla' COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District henry 8. bishop earnest t. miller For County Judge h. l. mobley 'For County and District Clerk. F. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE WiLSON For Sheriff and .Tax Collector: ,T. D. WOODBURN For CouLty Treasurer MRS. T. E. MoCALEB J. C. CALDWELL For Tax Aseessoi: J. F. SEWELL. W. T. McLAREN G M JAMES For Public Weif her, Pet. No. W. R. IRBY ROY R. HUNTER Large crowds are attracted daily to the large and commo- dious tabernacle where the re- vival meeting is in full blast. Rev. E. C. Mobley is doing the preaching, assisted by Rev. A. N. Julian, while Prof. Daugh erty, the singing mister, is...

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

p^l > s '* 9 A * /ti Tftc Claude News Building Baits Pressed 50c Cleaned and Pressed $1.00 Coats and Pants Cleaned and Pressed 1.00 LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY We Solicit Your Patronage All Work Guaranteed Agency for "Kahn,'' "Whitney" and "Churchill" Quality Clothes JOHN WARD, Prop, phone 97 —m Oil CooR Stove Four Burners only $15.00 McCOBD BROS. Classified "Ads" THE CITY LIVERY STABLE Good teams, good rigs, careful drivers, water in connection Give me your patronage and I will surely please you H. FRANK CREWS, Prop. Telephone 43 Claude, Texas FOR SALE—Sweet Singing Cana- ry birds at right prices. Phone 97. tf Claude Photo Studio, Phone 165, S. C. Carr, Photographer. 36-tf CLAUDE LAND CO-Squaredeal prompt attention,. Tell us what ou want to buy or sell. Everything abstracted and we please you. 4 21 tf I have been given the agency for the St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance company, exclusivel y See me for reliable hail insurance. Roscoe Log'ie, Claude, Texas. 5-5-tf ' H Mil >1 l| ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1916

Me Wanted to Draw Out Only a Hundred ttiSW YORK.—A short, heavy-set man neatly dressed walked into the Wall IV street entrance of the subtreasury the other afternoon and said: "I wan) to draw 1100,000,000 aa soon as possible." Hush Byron, who has been a special officer in the building for many yeari and knows almost all of the big men In the flnanclal district by sight stepped up to the visitor. "What did you say your nam* was?" he asked. "Why, don't you know me?" th« man asked In surprise. "I ought to," admitted Byron, "but " "Why, I'm John D. Rockefeller and I want to draw this small amount as a matter of ciyivenlence." "I'm very sorry, Mr. Rockefeller," answered Byron, "but we haven't thai Amount in the vaults at the present time." "Very well," was the response, "I'll go elsewhere." About an hour later the man reappeared. "Say," he said, "I've been down the street to a bank, where they couldn't do anything for me, and then I went to the Equitable building, which I own, and they c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1916

> 3' 3' jftylor "P*l Like a New Person," •ays Mrs. Hamilton. K w Castle, Ini—"From ths tfaat I mi •!•?«> yean old nntil 1 waa seven. teen I differed each month aol had to bt in bod. I had head- ache, backache and ■neb paina I would cramp double evei month. I did not know what it waa to be easy a minute. My health waa all run down and the doc tort did not do me any good. A neighbor told my mother about Lydia 8. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and I took it, and now I feel like a new person. I don't suffer any more and I am regular every month.Mrs. Hazel Hamilton, 822 South 16th St' When a remedy has lived for forty years, steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon thousands of women declare they owe their health to it, is it not reasona- ble to believe that it is an article of great merit? If you want special advice write to Lydla E. Pinkbara Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will be opened, read j and answered by a woman and held In strict...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1916

# J pi I STORE -1 III ElMi V?v/ MmftM 6 -\ Is the place to buy your staple and fancy groceries; h^ts, 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 pa^ the market price for all country produce. I. N. COLLINS The People's Friend li WW '•••••■ -lij v/ r. \ 3 '5! it's; fi>' 7§r~- ' /* Y /< H #| feffa™, '"■'Uig'MiS■ «- To transact your banking and carry "our 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 has to of- fer, we can assure you of the highest degree of safety. We ask your considertion. First State BankClaude, CLAUDE TEXAS „ iSpiH Lee Curty **. Sunday from Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reeve spent several hours at the Jackaon home Sunday evening. Clarence Redmond was across the river two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1916

§01 linen u Well #S of th!> Print Shop * IBiSlSMPlil Pffig ■TV* ■t-s' m « o '!". 1 V"1'" '- ±s±±= JM> - We Gfttf Big Discount Given Contract* for Duplay ing. Try a New * "Want A VOL. 14. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. JUNE 9. 1910. ]STO. 38 f" 1" 1 "<i"" I' - 9199 CYCLONE PRANKS PLAYED IN AND AROUND CLAUDE Sunday evening about 7 o'clock we had a heavy wind from the eaBt that carried a number of clouds over to the west all of whioh formed into one great black mass and while the wind from the east was blowing a heavy gale it suddenly changed to the west and in less than five minutes swept back over the town of Claude and surrounding country at a gait roughly estimated at from eighty to ninety miles an hour. Thesix-room house owned by J. M. Alexander, but occupied by 8. A. Rogers and family, in East Claude, was blown six feet from its foundation and badly wrecked. The family was at home but none were injured. W. O. Harper and family were blown away with their residence on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1916

I >' mm. iii m* Scenes at the opening of the first preparedness camp tor women at Chevy Chase, Md., near Washington, where a thousand society women are learning the essentials of war-time duty. In the center is shown the raising of the camp Hag. Above is President Wilson marching to the ceremony. Below is a section of the khaki-clad campers. AT THE END OF SIX DAYS' HIKE t . Ai* —-v #" ~ ?Pt UNOEWOCP * UHOE1VVOOO . <yyv #«. iolm. We t and we Mil a gie*t <ju n In " v« E. E. HEAD OF GREAT INSTITUTION President Richard Cockburn Mao- laurln, about whom tjie dedication ex- ercises of the new building* of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on June 12, IS and 14 will center, hasj the distinction which will be appre- ciated by businesslike Americans that] he has financed the construction of the! new edifices. This means that he hasj secured gifts of about nine million dol- lars arid at the same time has carried forward the educational program o^ the Institute without departur...

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