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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1916

IP'*™ HS«a m pi -fc Sllif ltP;i: m 7 I O ■m m MM «w: ■c- if .;•> ^ T'4 Wind By Vifigie E. Roe Illustrations by Ray Walters A STORY OF THE GREAT NORTHWEST mSzSt mpany 8YN0PSI8. 2— Sllets of Daily's lumber camp directs m stranger to the camp. Walter Sundry introduces himself to John Dally, fore- man, as "the Dillingworth Lumber Co.. or most of It." He makes acquaintance with the camp and the work he has come from the East to superintend and make successful. CHAPTER III—Continued. Out of the near gloom, which was lightening a bit with dawn, the log trail rose, an aggressive snakelike trough climbing uncompromisingly at Ml angle of 36 degrees. Its center a straight pine log sunk to Its surface, •which was polished like ivory, Its slightly curving sides the same. How many tapering trunks had gone into Its two miles would be hard to say, for In some places they had sunk and 4>een covered—In the dip, say, over the Tldge where the real mountain began, at the turn where It wound around...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1916

rmm at 01mm*. 'Announcements pi RS. P' m Bullion UoHarn, batadds,tbe rain wliiuh fbllow •d was worth a million dollars. This being the case, we are a half million dollais better off thou we were before the rain came. So we win after all the various pranks pin veil by half dozeu different cyclones here Sunday evening. it' 11 p II I I f KS& For Congress of the 13tli District REUBEN M. ELLEKD. For Rep., of 123 Dist. State Lrgisla' a>L t. j. tilson Uist. Atty. '17th, Judicial UiHtrict henrys. BISHOP karnestt. MILLER For County .ludgn U. L. MOBLEY For Conuty aud District Clerk. P. A. (Coon) HOOD K C. CAYTON dee Wilson For Sheriff and'Tax Collector: j. d. woodbukn For County Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB J. C. CALDWELL ' For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL. w. t. McLaren G M james HI - tm SI The great Republican eon- vent ion is in full blast at Chi- cago, and the News editor pre diets thai Theodore h'oose- veil will get the nouiiualimi.. provided loo inneh money is iiol used in buying o...

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

9shk Wi$: lip? ■v- • I <;< . ' ' Irt the Claude News Building Sttiti' Pressed ...I. 50e Cleaned and Preyed $1.00 Goata and Pnnte (.''Mined aud Pressed 1-00 ladies Work a- specialty We Solicit Your Patronage All Worlt Guaranteed "'Agency for "Kahn,'' "Whitney" and "Churchill" Quality Clothes JOHN WARD, Prop. p|IWE97 rr mrnm Hew Perfection Oil CooK Stove Four Burners only ••••• $15.00 McCOfiD BROS. Classified "Ads" FOR SALE—Sweet Singing Cana- ry birds :tl 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 H. FRANK CREWS, Prop. Telephone 43 Claude, Texas Claude Photo Studio, Phone 165, S. C. Carr, Photographer. 36-tf CLAUDE LAND CO-Square deal prompt attention.. Tell us what ou want to buy or sell. Everything abstracted and we please you. 4- 21tf rtY (By Of ft. KtGHT.) . In a tim when we think of the world being mostly civilized and when nations should be at peace, we s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1916

m we- M if asks you try a can of BAKING POWDER He wants todo you a favor— heknowswhat brands to rec- ommend from experience. Simple bat Extremely Effeatlvb Party frook That Will Appeal to the Smalt Maid. ■MEW*#1* GET THE LOT CLEANED UP Two coats, made to I rave the spite- ful return of the north wind In May and the ahowera from spring skies, are shown In the picture given here. They are of checked serge and tan covert cloth, cravenetted, and there- fore not hurt by dampness. Their style Is excellent and distinctive. There have been so many checked coats In the season's showings that It would seem almost Impossible for any- thing new and also attractive to make its appearance among them. But the model presented, while cut on familiar that the body of the frock la of cot* ton net and la merely a full slip set on to a narrow round yoke of lace and reaching nearly to the kneea. Three scant ruffles of lace are set about the bottom of this slip, and It la shirred in about the hips with th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1916

r iKiA© •mm " yjiMM NBWi MA ■jwap <11: WW Hfe WMM HOW MANY HOBS CAN BE CARRIED ON ACRE *\9t Now They Make Street Cars Stop in Chicago CHICAGO.—John rested his weight on one foot, banged a hollow dinner pall against his knee, and watched a Cottage Grovo car sail Insolently by, bulging with the human-loop sardine. John wanted to get home, and there was lota of room In a supperless stomach . How It Hipptiwtf. "I got bunged up dl h-uh-way at da white folks' peace meetln' last nlgbt, •ah." "Go "long! White folks wouldn't let a nigger fluctuate 'round delr tneetln'." "No, sah. But I was llstenln' outside de open winder and two gen'Iemen dat was tryln' to choke each udder to death done fell out onto me!"—Kansas City Star. Second Sight. "I love the heiress, and I'm going In to win." "You always want everything in sight." "1 want more than that, my dear | boy. The heiress is out of sight." the rakish trolley polo which suggested the ensuing bit of land-piracy, or possibly the motorman -wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1916

STORE mm V/- j. mjii i I 1 V. It J I Is the place to buy your staple and fandy 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, L N. COLLINS The People 's Friend am _ & rttw.vK'.'.j- jkI V' «>.: T 1M K //> JC i':: W, r) f 1 To traneaot 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. First State BankClaude, CLAUDE TEXAS Claude News and Dallas News, year $1.75 Mias Chistman is visitic Margaret Callibanv ^ Klrk_ Smith returned borne Friday from Sherman, Texas. G. H. White, T. S. Dellis and S. H. Jackson were Pan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

I" ^ 9 *% K _ . Tout Butioeis as th« Businesa of this Print Siiop wmt ikWm'Mm- MlfeM ^BT Kir ■ B®5 jSt®W<is30? >1 ts JM ■*.,■■ v??*'i - „ SB 4ftn yp ■ ,-f r.flW 'S •.'.- ;#< frjlfc ■-■-■,>. :>a> - ..z. ;.-. ■ ... t\> ■ i E!fi "$>>!■ -MP'' We Give it A\ Big Discount Given On Contracts for Display Adverti«- inf. Try a News' "Want Ad" VOL. 14. ULATJDE, ARMSTRONG COtlNTY. TEXAS. JUNE J 6. 1910. JSTO. 39 V. O.B. COLQUITT AD- DRESSES A LARGE AUDIENCEAT CLAUDE Ex-Governor 0. B. Colquitt, oandidate for United States Sen- ator, addressed a large and at- tentative audience at the large tabernacle *in Claude Monday evening of this woek. Solon Ilyrd, president of the Commercial Club, introduced the speaker, and we have heard many remark since the speech that Solon made a better speech than the Govenor, which is quite complimentary to Solon, as the speech was a"c-tomwinder." last- ing over two hours. The ffrst part of Mr. Colquitt's speech was devoted to a defense of h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

JR . . .. if;;2?, wL. 3i not SUP ®!> I t," ,' i 'i 'V« , ;,jir*-' I the I fbm of play <* pleaaure. It is good for f of«ai yoa do not seed exerciee, but that It a wrong impwe* tends to make you itlff and doee not develop the that bring mm, grace and bodily control. All active trad to this development. Why not play with your your children, with your neighbor and make the most of what Il ia lift for you? For an hour after (upper take time to play tennis, Pulley ball or tome form of amusement in which you are particu- intereated. Your work will hold a keener joy for you, for you will live unconsciously acquired the attitude of play toward it. Ton can never take wealth nor material possessions with you when jfcm leave thia world, but you can give to it and gain from it much of pleasure in the pure enjoyment of the good and happy things of life. We mm made to be happy, and the greatest material happiness comes through the enjoyment of some form of recreative sport, after a day of go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

8UI 1. granite jfcg®" m many tells us how treats her war Wm j ggtmS WmiH 1-. ,z whtare above the com- mon soldier-No hard feelings for the captors Mm . w_,^ ^ ■ ^ s. ' orr/cjsK /wsaKfftj— £R/7Zs//;m&rar/va>wjJzvr#r osiu&ury jnv&yczr arsYC&zssf (paw cAmvrry- | T the Juncture of the rivers Rhine and Maine, where the ancient Romans once had t^elr stronghold, lies the picturesque fortress of _ Mayence, Germany, and on the opposite side of the Rhine the lit- tle to^n of Castell. Those who visit this place with its old citadel are sur- prised at Its busy and variegated life. Iu times of peace the German soldiers ■were drilled here, while today may be Been a picturesque crowd comprising the officers of practically all the coun- tries at war with Germany. Besides the red-trousered French- men walks the khaki-clad Englishman, and the brilliantly-uniformed lielgian converses with the Russian. At near- ly any hour of the day, however, the vast grounds encircled by the citade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

M OH**. TT-* f' [•ratcsK AFTER JAN. 1, 1911 Hewitt a'H e,«ixjword to th« If on fro,nt "page 2oc p<tr location 36o a eol- KlMWlifsre in paper 12 l-8c k lash—fat«* on large *pac« llpwlal loriMw lBc a column inch. Obituariec—Piut taumir**«l wonln fr n, •NitioMt words 1c a word. Car-ln of Ttatok* 6 oent aline of «* word*. Oram) church announcements will ho run aa reading matter. Special notice* of church, social and sehool advertising ntaire at which money is to be raised will be charged (or at the regular a4- vertising and local rates. All bills pay- able on presentation. slie acted M postmaster. ' Bon F. Smith of the Loiikuey Beacon, also fire inspector for West Texas, was in Claude the middle of this week. The way many parties around town got alter "Heiin-np" double quick time, we thought clean-up day had arrived without a procla- nialion or any previous warn- ing Smith toKi u-< what I" do and we "djne cr" <«ood to clean clean up occasionally ev- en il we have to follow offi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

I fit The Claude News Building Suits pressed J... r Cleaned "^nd 'Pressed.. fJ-li r>0c #1.00 . Aats and Pnnfs Ci"Hned and Pressed 1.00 \V I IjAwiks wohk a specialty • 'I / | We Solicit Your Patronage All Work Guaranteed Agency foi "Kahn,"' "Whitney" and "Churchill" Quality Clothes Oil CooK Stove Four Burners only $15.00 McCORD BROS. JNlV-Bunfehof <|oor keys, may have them by paylrijj r this notice. 39-tf. JOHN WARD, Prop. PHONE 97 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 Claude Photo Studio, Phone 165, S. C. Carr, Photographer. 36-tf CLAUDE LAND CO-Square deal prompt attention,. Tell us what ou want to buy or sell. Everything abstracted and we please you. 4-21tf Bulk Garden Seed of all kinds to be found at R. m. Franklin's. Plant that garden since the rain. 35tf 1 want two bushels of Kaffir and two bushels of millet or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

Illustrations by Ray Walters — A STORY OF THE GREAT NORTHWEST ■■■ rm PWliS® I B SYNOPSIS. SPeti of Daily's lumber earn# dlrerts a at ranger to the camp. Walter Uandry Introduces himself to John Daflr. fore- n. a* 'the Dllllngworth LuitNt Co.. or moat of IL" He makes acoiwlhtanoe with the camp and the work he has come from the East to superintend and make ■uccessful. He writes to his father that he Intends to Ret a handful of the wealth la the uncut timber of tlie region. CHAPTER V—Continued. Sandry wan enjoying her succinct precision of knowledge and exy.-es ■ion. "And you've spent all these years In the midst of this wet-blanket ell mate?" be smiled, "How in the world did you do it—and keep your cheer- fulness?" "Sen," said Ma Daily kindly, "you can knock the country to me. but don't you go doin' it where the men'll hear you. Us web-feet are used to the rain, but we don't like to hear the Easterners talk about it It'e a chip on every Oregonian's shoulder. Vou don't want to queer yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

wmt 'rdHsf; <9 f f if ; ! « I, r wgjMtMnM mH rJt, &pHfa $fe r I Guarantee "Dodton'e Liver Tone" Will Give You the Beet Liver anil Bowel. Cleansing You Ever Had—Don't Loee a Day's Work! Oalomsl males* yon ilck; you Iom a day's work. Calomel is qulckillvr and it MlivatM; calomel Injure* your liw. If you are bilious, feel lasy, sluggish and all . knocked, out, if your bowel* are constipated and your head ache* or stomach ia sour, Just take a spoon- ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone instead of using sickening, salivating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone i* real liver medicine. You'll know it nest morning becauae you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be work- ing, your headache and dizziness gone, your stdmach will be iweet and youir bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerful^ (nil of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sell* you a CO-oent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal guarantee that U will clean your sluggish liver bettei than ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 June 1916

——STO .Jlpfi Is the place to buy your staple and fancy groceries; hats, shoes, 'shirts, seasonable underwear, work shirts, overalls, notion and racket goods. My placc 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 In NortbweatTe***, „ the Texas and Pioifio andweat of the Santa Pe out qf Port Worth, the rainfall has been am- ple, but oool and oloudy weather haa delayed growth of corn and cotton. The wheat and oat crops in tho Plains section promise almost full yields, the earlier es- timates of losses from winter- killing proving erroneous, The yield in the lower counties will be from sixty to seventy-ffve per cent of normal. The oat acreago is large, owing to the winter* killed grain having been re-1 planted with spring oats. About thirty • five thousand acres uf peanuts have been planted in the South Plains counties and ihe counties lying east of the Sou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

Mii in* our ifaguiaew of ■ . " ' ■ -If;," ■. ■?> 1 i.-f rr r ■■'.J,. We Give it A Bif Discount Given On Yeti- ContractR for Display Advertil* ing. Try a New«' "Want Aar I ffi ■* yf 0 v ( fi VOL. 14. OLATTDK. AHMSTRONO COUNTY. TEXAS. .TUNE '28. 1910. NT0.40 HON. S. P. BROOKS CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATE SPEAKS HERE Hon. 8. I\ Brooks, candidate for United States Senator address ed the people of Claude, under the spacious tabernacle, Friday evening of last week. Judge Garretl, candidate for Congressman-at-large, whs first introduced by Rev. llick, after which Iven Smalley, one of our promising young graduates, in- troduced the speaker of the ev- oning, Mr. Brooks. He went immediately into his subject. Said he had never held an office of any kind, that the politicians and grafters hod not solicited him to run, and that he had no political machine Mr. Brooks opposes the "pork barrel graft" better known as "you ticklo mo and 1 will ticklo you" legislation. Ho is a nation- al prohibitioni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

Industries Also Ppovs Highly Profitable. fr X. TIM cheese industry throughout Western Canada today la In a highly flonrlahlnt condition and la bound in * very abort time to become much Bore important The war baa created % great demand for that article, and Ita uae abroad baa given it a lot ot useful advertising. The articlo known as Canadian cheese is now sought not only by the soldier In the trenches, bat by the ordinary civilian consumer, who, having used it, is quick to ap- preciate its value. This means that after the war there will be a demand created for it that would not other- wise have been. Up to the present the war needs have limited the local supply, but with the increased effort that Is now being put forth it is hoped that this will be met. As a matter of course the prices are high, and the ECONOMY. y AS IT SCIDOM HAPPEN*. "There la one question I want to aak you, dearest," said the girl with the auburn locks, as she toyed un- easily with the solitaire on her third fing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

VmtW'^W'tf,*^ '• f fW*-'' •«';*?#£* •;' i-!M:/Hc p|i,j,., IlllPa M9R > Iitfpl "V- / - ••'•r o IN BED MOST OF TIME Her Health Restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. |j]|mi hm.|| |yi Indianapolis, Indiana. — " My health Waa ao poor and my constitution so run down that I could not work. I waa thin, pale and weak, weighed but 109 pounds and waa in bed most of the time. I began tak- ing Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and five months later I weighed 133 pounds. I do all the house- work and waahing for eleven and I can truthfully say Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound haa been a godsend to me for I would have been in my grave today but for it. I would tell all wo- men suffering aa I was to try your valu- able remedy."—Mrs. Wm. Green, 332 S. Addison Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. There is hardly a neighborhood in this country, wherein some woman has not found health by using this good old- fashioned root and herb remedy. If there is anything about which you woul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

/! basinets success mmw&mm RATES AFTER JAN. I, 19i« 110 e«nU Un«, ixJwordi to the ty on frost page 20c par >k,lftolal location 26c a col- ll where in paper 12 l-Sto > iaak—ralei on large spaea •fsatal l aaM a llo a column inch. QWtaaiia*-Flrit hundred word* free, •Mitioaal words 1c a word. Card* o! Thanki 6 cent** a line of *U words. Qaaeral church announcement will be tun m reading matter. Special notice* of ohuroh, social and school advertising •Skirt at which money i« to be raised will be charged for at regular «d- ▼artiiing and local rates. A11 bi lis pay- able on preaentatiou. m we have to go back to the plow bandies evety time we want to find an honest man, 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 ami District Clerk. F. a. (Coon) hood e. c. cayton dee Wilson For Sheriff and T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

'v4. fJ:*ji- |: V>m, Monday nitiett Raid th* doct- "eehim; Mid hi consumption an<! that he I vary man they were look* ing |or that-they would soon have him cored sou Id and well. oui vioinity for th material way rendered Grandpa Wolf, since hia misfortune re* oeived during the reeent oyolone in Claude. Again thanking you, Very reepectfully, PERRY WOLF, C. WOLF. k< WEAREREADYTO GIVE OUR VERY BEST SERVICE TO EV'R Y ONE WHO DESIRS Ti We do nut treat disease or di- V-/17# jy \)TrC fortuity of any kind, and wo do not cure anything. We are just Mechanics. We have nice quart- ers over The First State Bank, of Claude, we invite you to in- vestigate us. ^rnmmmmmmwmmmmmmi mmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmm WORK HOUR=! FROM 3:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P.M. DavidB. Teen and H.S. Dowda, Sientificat Masseurs PHONE 186. A Ne w Tailor Shop In The Claude News Budding 50c SI .00 1.00 Suits Pressed . - .. - Cleaned and Pressed (joats and Pants Cleaned and Pressed LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY Wc Solicit Yoni Patronage ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

CQfiYMCftr OY oooa fICAD Af€> COnPAflY s i 'I ' 1 SYNOPSIS. . —4— r'« lumbar camp directs camp. Walter Bandry to John Dally, fore- . DUIingworth Lumber Co., .... of It" Ha makaa acquaintance Ml tbe oamp and the work he haa come BUM the Baat to auperlntend and make MOoaaafuL He write* to hla father that he Intend* to gat a handful of the wealth to the uncut timber of the reclon. He ft*M Hlata permission to ride Black Bolt. nM saddle none. In an emergency he to the foreman that he doei not ndjpneat Slleta telle hlra of the •r. He dlacovere that fillets beara n of the Slleta tribe of Indiana and wondera what har aurname la. In the Mnn of a tender moment he calls her "the Nlfht Wind to the Plnea" and klaaea bar. CHAPTER VIII, A Newcomer Among the Pint*. One day aoon after the men returned with word of the r-ft's safe delivery Into the handa of Ctjtaln Graftz, San- dry, worUnf over hla books In the lit- tle office, heard a strange voice with- out "Oh, no," it was saying In fresh, swee...

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