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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

'laSKFii V A( I fjfe^?I1*^5'' ,;:B'* -~5 „ Ifa*U i I /^^->| < fW#i?l'h+yM fc/* ■M'f Eiwifc Im C. R. CRANE AND HIS MONEY New York Boarding House Lodger Yawns Over Ancient Castles in Wales. Charles R. Crane of Chicago Is one ot the oddest millionaires America owns. He finds more funny ways ot spending his money than anyone else can think of. A young man with am bltlons to be a poet once went to Crane with a sad story of how he wae obliged to devote himself to mere com merclal pursuits, when if he only had an assured income ho would write a really groat poem and hand it down to posterity. Crano was telling a friend about the incident. "And did you stake himT" tht friend inquired. "Certainly," replied Crane; "h« didn't want much—only $50 or $C0 a month and I was afraid to turh lUir down for fear he really might havo u good poem in him." Once .Mr. Crane was traveling In | Russia and happened to stay over night in a town whore there was being —— built an elaborate monument to some h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 June 1916

m «w ice 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, L N. COLLINS The People 's Friend CalUbam'a 9H A number of A replanting their some are planting where the wheat waa Mr. and Mrs, Ray children arrived from ico last Wednesday for with Ray's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ev l;owsll. son Emeret and daughter lert for Clovis, N. u., to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hercten Calliham left for the(£ home near Abbott, N. M., last Saturday. ■ m iii % IT ME CUM THE RICH! © On every Tuesday and Friday nights we will show a five reel masterpicture. Admission only 10 cents. On NJonday July 10th we will start with the first tpisodti of the Iron Claw and show one episode each Monday night. , - f To transact your banking and carry your account it with this institution*....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

NO. 41 UTSfTY. TEXAS. JUNE 30. 1010. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE HON. WM. M- KNIGHT. FOR JUDGE OF COURT I DELIGHTED WITH ARM- MARVIN JONES WAS IN CLAUDE SATURDAY COUNTRY . • i I Theaverage farmer ia ready to oooperate with his town brethern but be warnta to oooperate in his own way and in something that he can clearly aee is to his interest. A study of what has been term- ed oooperation as it has existed for many years between town and oountry people generally shows that the town has developed the plan and presented it to the farm- er full-formed. A better way to cooperate would be for tho town and the oountry to got together. Let both indicate what they want in the way of cooperation; then together work out the problem— not in any patronizing way but in a substantial business-like manner aa between partners with a com- mon interest. Full and free cooperation be- tween town and country to the mutual benefit of both is not im- possible but if it over is accom- plished it may have to bo at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

MMHPP ■ BEAU BROMMEU. HOBO «v. I Mm Playing the part of a tramp Baa* Brammell, Chariee Paradlee, a Colgate college student, recently traveled from Miami, Fla., to New York, 1,«00 miles, by "hopping" automobiles. This ram- mer, be aaya, be la going to San Fran- cisco and return over the Lincoln highway, Just by asking person? along the way for a "lift" "It's the easiest thing In the world," he said. "I hardly ever get turned down. All I do is stand at the side of the road and wave my hand at a machine. Then, when it stops, I ask if there's any room and If they mind giving me a lift. I haven't met a grouchy guy on the trip. Lots of the people aBk me to spend the night at their homes." Paradise 1s a fastidious tramp, too. He rises at 10:30 in the morn- ing and has breakfast before going on the road. He moves in the best of society along the route, having called on Governor Manning of South Carolina, Governor Craig of North Caro- lina, J. W. Payntor at Palm Beach and Vincent Astor. Para...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

Br- ■H mmm 555 J|teJ yS&Mi-f % jsBnffiz m HHSS HBRsS^E JHhM KiiiHi Don't Use t Day's Work! If Your Liver li Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Ton*"—Itt Fine! Ton'ra billons! gUh! ' RsffiE " ■■ Tour liver is aloe- Von («•! laiy, diisy and all ~ out. Your bead la dull, your tongue la coated; breath bad; atomaoh aour and bowels conatlpated. But don't take aallvatlng calomel. It makea you aick, you majr lose a day's work. Calomel la mercury or quicksilver which caunei necrosis of the bones. Calomel arashes Into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you (eel that awful nausea and cramp- If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen- tlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced lust take a spoonful ef harmless Dodson'a 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 alugglah .liver bettor than a doaa of naaty calomel and that It won't maka you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

Kffifi I ienU the 18tb District REUBEN M. ELLERD. 1 m J i* 'i t? s;v of 123 Diet, State Legiala' COL T. J. TILSON Diet. Atty. 47tb, Judicial District HENRY S. BISHOP " EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County and District Clerk P. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE WrL80N For Sheriff and'l'ax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For County Treasurer MRS. T. E. MoCALEB J. C. CALDWELL For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL. W. T. McLARKN G M,JAMES For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W.R. IRBY ROY K. HUNTER :e cai V a major portion of m&ney they extract from Texas people, right here inTexas, thus Riv- jug us more money with which to do business So the Robert- son Law is a mighty good thing for the people, but Governor Ferguson wants it repealed. Agaiu, the Gibson bill, if adopt ed, would allow the lite insur- ance companies to strip the state of all they get on premi- ums and take from Texas prac- tically all Ibis money they ex- tract from policy holders. This is a bad law for the people, y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

*>v mm&wm I ]^i I II f i ■ « WBRW SERVICE TOEVRYONE WHO DESIRS '\Kfr\f\f We do not treat disease op di- V'W/ " f' V formity of any kind, and we do not cure anything. We are just Masseurs We have nice quart- ers over The First State Bank, of Claude, we invite you to in- vestigate us. WORK HOURS FROM 8:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. DavidB. Teen andH.S. Dowda, Sientifical Masseurs PHONE 186. s= Claude PW<> Studio, Phone 18# S. C. Carr, Photographer. 36-tf CLAUDE LAND CO-Square deal prompt attention,. Tell us what ou want tolniy or sell. Everything abstracted and we please you. 4-2ltf FOR SALE or Trade- One Emer- son model L tractor.—J. C. Harris Goodnight^Texus. 38-tf FOR SALE-12-foot header and binder attachment. Reason for sell- ing crop was hailed out.—H. C. Goodger, 5 miles west of Claude. 4lp FOR S4.LE—One 5-room house and out buildings, also 16 lots fence chicken proof, half interest in well and windmill. Five blocks from court house in East part of Claude Price $1500. Call...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

i&mA llmwlp . ^ g/ V-. A . , V ■ -w • >- * Si we Lit $m> fc-j % loved I was It was T* • The glowing f Tis a song Like the by age. yy the sage, jfed. (dead. 3W very well. Bell! Forever vil It gives The nliflves. a?s; *;ss:ar-.jiu It The world of id*. Bell! tell SAVED BELL FROMJJRITISH PatrioticPhiladelphians Carried It to Allen- town, Where It Was JJuried NO INCIDENT of Revolutionary times finds a more vivid and dramatic contrast in this day than the first trip of the Lib- erty Bell from Philadelphia, writes Tohn A. Sheatz, ex-state treasurer of Pennsylvania, In the Philadelphia Press. That trip was to Allentown a pear and two months after it became ;he Liberty Dell, at the time when Howe's army, victorious over the Con- .inental forces at the battle of the 9randywine, was advancing for the , capture of the city. ' When the bell left for the San Francisco exposition last year it de- parted with the God-speed of the whole undivided city. It was escort- ed to the train by the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

m M l ma $$k %> Of THE GREAT NOOTH VfeSf VINGIE CROC U5TRATI0NS 6y ^ CSHlrsfii COfi//?/C#r OY DODO. MEAD AtiO COMPANY 1 SYNOPSIS. llleti of Dally'* lumber camp direct! a stranger to tho camp. Walter Sandry Introducer himself to John Dally, fore- man, aa "the Dllllngworth Lumber Co.. or moat of It." He makes acquaintance With the camp and the work he has come from the East to superintend and make successful. He writes to Ills father that he Intends to get a handful of tho wealth in the uncut timber of the region. He fives Slleti permission to ride Black Bolt. Ilia saddle horse. In an emergency he !(roves to the foreman that he does not nek Judgment. Slleti tolls him of the teacher. He discovers that Sllets bears the sign of the Slletz tribe of Indians and wonders what her surname Is. In tho flush of a tender moment he calls her "the Night Wind In the Pines" and kisses her. Poppy Ordway. a magazine writer from New York, comes to Daily's to get material for a romance of the lumber r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 June 1916

$ 1 I I i l ¥ t 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 To transact your banking and carry your account it with this 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 flplpp Mr. While of our hi* * bwutttnl new Ovsrtonff. L. L. Murry, aiMltw for Pull- man Auto Co., of Ft. Worth and his agents Rowoe Logos and Cefford Walker were demonstra- ting the Pullman oar here last 'Thursday and think it the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1916

Congreaaman Frank D. Scott of Michigan Is a man of reaourcefulneaa and capabilities. He waa resourceful •Ten back in the days when he was a mere college student. There was a certain course of study Scott was pur- suing under the direction of a profes- sor whom we may call Hicks. Exami- nation season approached and it oo curred to Scott that he knew only in a very general and* sketchy way the things he might be called upon by Hicks to write down on paper. More- over, he had a feeling that he was not personally popular with Hicks. Tha situation seemed extremely grave to Scott, and he cast about for some way In which to Ingratiate him- self on Hicks. After a careful inquiry in Hicks' habits he found that the professor passed the collection plate in a small church. Scott began to at- tend that church. For three consecu- tive Sundays—the three prior to the examination—he occupied a seat in that part of the church which comprised Hicks' collection territory. When Hicks came to his seat, S...

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

ill m mm I S': > «i / \ ItlffW •- ': -' ywriS v'Vi5^' DSN I W 8 an A STORY Of TW GREAT N( Oy VINGIE £. ROC ILLUSTRATIONS 6y fay U/ilTsfii OOPYMGWr OY POOD, MEAD AW COMPANY [ SYNOPSIS. Bitot* of Daily'* lumber camp direct* * itniifir 10 the camp. Walter Sandry Intvoducas Mmnelf to John Daily, fore- man, aa "the DUllngworth Lumber Co.. or moat of It." He makes acquaintance wtth the oamp and the work he has come from the Bast to superintend and make successful. He writes to his father that he Intend* to get a handful of the wealth In the uncut timber of the region. He elves Si lets permission to ride Black Bolt, hi* saddle norse. In an emergency he proves to the foreman that he docs not lack judgment. Slletz tells him of the Preacher. He discovers that Si1# tz benrs the sign of th« Slletst tribe of Indians and wonders what her surname is. In the flush of a lender moment he calls her "the Night Wind In the Pines" and kisses her. Poppy Ordway, a masazine writer from New York, comes to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1916

m* f*®*-—1>r I par Auw to uricement6 For Congress of the 13th District REUBEN M. ELLERD.B 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 and District Clerk. P. A. (Coon) HOOD e. C. CAYTON dek Wilson For Sheriff and/Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For Couuty Tre asurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB J. C. CALDWELL For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL. W. T. McLARKN G M JAMES For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W.R. IRBY ROY K. HUNTER of Armstrong County. Every woman interested in a cleaner, safer, and more sanitary Claude is requested to meet at the court house, Saturday at 4s00 p. m., July 8. Subject for discussion will be "A Clean Up Campaign," "Fire Prevention," "A Ftyleas County," and "Heal- th." Every woman is urged to give this one affernoon to help plan for a better place in wnich to li\ and rear her children. Every church society, every woman's lodge, every club, and every woman w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1916

m, wl . w ■ raiH Mw"-' ••, ■■ ■mill i.i I, 1111 ■ ———i—— « VA'.S-'.* L>: \ • # Pi i BEST TOEVRYONE WHO DESIRS \il1t* ~Wfnrlf We do not treat disease or di- **' formity of any kind, and we do no/ cure anything. We are just Masseurs We have nice quart- ers over The First State Bank, of Claude, we invite you to in- vestigate us. Claude ftioto Studio, Phone 165, IS. C. Carr, Photographer. 30-tf =£= WnM Hi *fjL miKH 1 CLAUDE LAND CO—Square deal I prompt attention,. Tell us what ou want to buy or sell. Everything I abstracted and we please you. 4-21tf FOR SALE—One 5-room house | and out buildings, also 10 lots fence chicken proof, half interest in well I and windmill. Five blocks from I court house in East part of Claude | J Price $1500. Call News office. 46-p DR. Al. 13. HARRIS SURGEON Amarillo, Texas j Jones Dry Goods Company'-; Biiililing words, "For tho amendment to Section 3, Article 7, of the Cod stitutlon of the State of Texas, relating to the lqyy of ad valo- rem school taxes n...

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

Stomach Bitters roi THE APPETITE— THE DIGESTION— THE LIVER— AND BOWELS— Don't Experiment—Get HOSTETTER'S A family remedy for 63 years Fooled 1 He Bit. "Yes, I told father that white poker chip I dropped was a peppermint tab- let." "Did he swallow It?"—Hobart Her- ald. IT IS IMPERATIVE that you keep a bottle of Mississippi Diarrhoea Cordial In your medicine chest. In constant use tor fltty years. Price 25c and 50c.—Adv. A man can never Judge how old a woman Is by hearing her tell her *e. fit Lydia E. •table Compound. withheadaches.ner- ■; 0 • /•<■ vv.yvi %■/*'1 ' rousneM, flash** of erea beet, and I'raff io much I know what I was •a. I at tunes. qgfir*i900^Hi ton and not on* dla me any good. On* a lady ca f. J % : V'/J Jt J J day a lady called at my bouse and said she had been aa sick aal was atone time, /land Lydia E. Pink 'ham's Vegetable Compound made her well,so I took it and now I am just as well as I ever was. I cannot understand whv women don t see how much pain ana sufferi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1916

IP iM SfeajK sJdmu* masm- HE C ■'$ mm- NEWS Sf':# >> iT "• SAVING IS MADE ;$li ®r Lid MID BOWELS i IT INSTITUTIONS DESIGNED TO EN* COURAGE THRIFT NUMEROUS. .'•'I Just Once! Try "Dod on'« Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti- pated, Headachy—Don't Lose a Day's Work. Una IP your sluggish llTer! Feel la* and cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- bition. But take no naity, danger* oca calomel, because it makes you •ick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel la mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes Into sour bile like dynamite, breaking It up. That's when yon feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to met If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful oi harmless Dodaon'B Liver Tone. Tour druggist or dealer ■ells you a 50 cent bottle of DodBon's Liver Tone under my personal money- He Had the Price. Bill McCabe's Pougbkeepsle team was playing the Kingston t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1916

STORE— . ■ i / i.-C 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 Bp Howard and Bally Logan tod Paul Calliham went to Ctanendon Saturday evening to spend the Fourth, 'i B Pfi 9m m >>X" && $m¥ ~ ~ y".« 1 / /..**• AL if f •' , / lift \ fi ?• ^c"- * "" ■'' '' -u ' <> i ■ ••••• r • _ The young folks were entertained Friday night at the M. G. Walker home with a singing. Judge Callagham and wife ac- compnied by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Satterwhite were in Conway last Tuesday. Mrs. Nealy Irby and children spet several days visiting at the home of Mrs. Irby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Keith. Miss Zella Logan spent Friday night with Nora Lee Callihani. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laycock gave the young folks a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1916

Contracts I inf. Try i VOL. 14. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG, TEXAS. IP - % ') v> i fourth july celebra- tion at clarendon. The editor and a number of other Claude people spent tbe Gloriou? Fourth at Clarendon r one of the best and most hos- pitable towns this side of the lower end of Ft. W.& D.C. Ry. Boarding the early morning train we greeted the smiling faces of the following Claude folk, all bound for Clarendon: the Misses Callie Weaver,Glad- dys Griffin, Kathreen Oliver, Sallie Moore, and Mrs. M. L, Gilbert, E, B. Kemp and wife, Mrs. Johnnie Bryson and son* Master W. D. Bryson,, besides the Messrs. Orrin Lackey, J. C. Caldwell„C. C. Watson, H. Gist, D. L. Kight, Ed Bryant, Norris Oliver, John Allen, Dud ley Moore J. W. Foy, Lounie flood Emmett Bryson, I. E. Moore Joe Kesterson J. M. Clark, Lawrence and Tab. Zinn, and others. Many Claud- ites went down in nutos. Arriving in Clareudou the editor ran into the office of that great moral and religious week ly, The Clarendon News,where w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

Hi*#** ■ ■Mi I'l.lHI if •' ,11 •' i-m-C: ■' Specimen of Polypodium Mandaianum. GROW FERNS FOR A CHANGE ■VLM. BENNINGTON. The ordinary way to propagate this class of plants Is by dividing the plants, by the creeping rhizomes, by the little bulbets that form on the fronds and by the seeds or spores that appear on the underside of the leaves. The enterprising fern lover will find It most interesting to propagate by spores and perchance produce a really valuable addition to tfete beautiful and graceful plants. Procure a seed pan or a box with plenty of drainage holes and cover the bottom with broken crockery. On this place half-decayed sod and fill with carefully mixed and sifted leaf mold and sand. Make the surface of the soil per- fectly smooth and level and then scat- ter the spores on it and leave them without any covering, that is of soil. However, they must be inclosed in glass by placing a pane of glass over the seed box or pan. Water by placing the seed pan in water and keep it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1916

mm ' -m f -wJPvy ' P: •" -V ■'■•H >>• 'Di ■>«< ■ -• yfc'.t-fV mm CHICAfWS GREAT PREPAREDNESS PARADE id* \ m CITIES New York's "Uncles" No Longer Are Pawnbrokers KBW YORK.—"Your Uncle" of New York la getting quite perky. He no longer calls himself a pawnbroker, but a loan broker, and bis place of business Is not known as the once familiar "hock shop." It lc a loan office. The old familiar three brass balls, his Insignia of trade, has also been dis- carded. In fact, "uncle" has estab- lished himself as a real broker. He has an elaborately equipped shop, fur- nished like a bank, with carved wood- work and hangings to give it an air of refinement, and Ills goods are most artistically displayed. Then many things have been done to safeguard the sensibilities of the customers, rear and side entrances be- ing provided for those who would keep the fact that they are In sore straits from any prying eyes. Within are private rooms for those who would negotiate loans on precious ston...

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