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

Bh^k^ ' «"K M'fpfllP THE CLAUDE i« w §£$ v-. ♦ . N E W 8 • wjl '••- '' ', ': ■ Kilt i mK§S&£ *x Si ACTS IKE imw i IB 1 Guarantee "Godson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and BoWei Cleansing You Ever Had—Doesn't Make You Sick! 1 to Ming calomel! It makes yon Don't lose a day's work. It you l^y. sluggish, bllloua or consti- listen to met Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver Which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when It comes into contact with sour bile, crashes Into It, breaking It up. This Is when you feel that aw- ful nausea and cramping. If you feel "all knocked out," If your liver Is tor- pid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, If breath Is bad or stomach •our just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. - Here's my guarantee—Go to any drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel floe and vigorous I want you to go back to...

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

RE New Goodi are arriving every week, such as Genti Furnishing*, Shoea, Hats, Caps, Dry Goods, Fresh Groceries, etc, which are for your inspectien, Prices Right. If we have trust- ed you in the past its nothing but right that you should trade with us when you have CASH to pay for goods, don't you think so? We pay the market price for Country produce, Give us a Chance at Your Next Bill. Satisfaction Guar- anteed or money refunded on goods bought here I. N. COLLINS The People's Friend pio supper given at school home, AugesttftefleyeB th, (11th) by the Sunday Nbool, want every girl to bring a pie and every boy to bring « pocket full of money. Dr. Killough of Amarillo will make a short talk before tbe sup* per. Everybody oome and and bring someone with you. Be there by 8:90 if possible. Mrs. John Rhiche, Mrs. Ott Eokert, Mies Rosa Jaokson. Committee: MM Maude Corbin it visitor Mies Rosa Jaokeon and friend* this week. v The trashing' machines are istarting in the Pairview com- munity thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1916

^ V - :' %4&< ^5BW' #•<*« Hp Print Shoi ki ' '•"' I ^:«S$2 I CS3S •>'"7'V, =3= = =£ FfflfS' m* We Give it Big Discount Given On Contract! for Display Advertk- inf Try a News' "Want Ad' DLAUDE. ARM8TH()N (X)^TTY. TEXAS. AUGUST 4, 1910. NO 40. m ■M: ** r' ;;'- ' V, <• 0 a IfcUliCO. TURNING OUTBEST FLOUR The Claude Milling Co., a new institution of Claude begun turn- ing out the beet flour in the world Tuesday of this week. Mr. R. O. Baker, owner of the mill, explained the various de- partments of the mill to the edi- tor Tuesday morning when we visited the Claude Mill, from the basement tc the third flour. The capacity of this mill is fifty bar- rels a day. W. K. Craven the Mill Wright. or installer, comes from the Anglo American Mill Co., Owens- boro, Ky. Mr. Craven is a first clasB installer of mill machinery and you oan bet the job is well done before he leaves it. The popular miller of thin in- stitution is Mr. Julus Fociw, who has had years of experience in turnin...

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

mis among isiaBfflPssJPW drill and :v'Mearn at the National Service School :m faced , HB outstanding feature at the end of the first week of the women's prepared ness camp at Chevy Chase, near Washington, seemed to be blisters—blisters on the feet, says the Kansas City Star. And tan. The thousand young women In the train ing 'Camp were as red lobsters, always assuming lobsters to be red (need. It Is the tan <af wind and sun and life In the open, The belles who tangoed in high heels ■11 winter long, with never a hint of anguish, were nursing swollen, blia tered feet as a result of wearing still high service shoes. The khaki coats and skirts were bad enough, tliey were so different from the soft, fluffy gnrments that the girls otherwise might have worn. It was the National Service School /or Women, this training camp, con- ducted by the woman's section of the iNnvy league, of which Mrs. George Dewe.v, wife of Admiral Dewey, Is present. The thousand girls soon ■ettied down to the bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1916

„Tjtm Jmyi'MsA ffe. Pl( ' A '• k '- .'. -~' \i'&i - . ... - - 1 HHgN NO AIRS TO LOUIS HILL A ft f 0 The death of James J. Bill, em- pire builder of the Northwest, made hi* son, Louis W. Bill, of St. Paul, Minn., the most conspicuous captain of Industry west of Cleveland, O., and one of the greatest railroad men Itf the world. But Louis Hill Isn't self-con- scious about It. He does not propose to go to New Tork city to become a familiar figure on Wall street nor even on La Salle street In Chicago. Instead he Intends to remain In St. Paul and operate the railroad lines controlled by the Hill Interests. In St. Paul every- one knows Hill as Louis and he is glad of It. His futher, for that matter, was more often addressed as "Jim" Hill than "Mr." Hill. Among railroad men In the West, Louts Hill Is regarded as a self-made man. Five years after he was gradu- ated from Harvard university he start- ed to work as a billing clerk at $75 a month. Ho was recotzlng that salary when he was mar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1916

vmi um mm Announcements For Congress of the 13th District MABV1N JONES Tor Rep., of 123 Dist, State Legisla. COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District EARNEST T. MILLER Por County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County aud District Clerk. E. C. CAYTON For Sheriff mid Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For County Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: 0 M JAMES J. F. SEWELL. For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY Was your candidate elected? The Claude Eleotrlo Plant is running *11 night now. The aer* vloss are growing better M cus- tomers take more light. The town of Claude should make arrangements with Nelson & Smalley to put iu a dozen oi more stroet lights. One light should be located on etfch corner the square, then a light should bt placed on each street corner from the square to each church hous in town, and a good large glob' placed at the street cornar of eacl church house. If our citizenship believed they could do more than this, then, we could put an electric li...

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

m t-v :• • ' lA'i'.ti.Wi*;, r'u.inu . ; ''5^5^^ q-' -' '<""" ' --rnniBnreny* r-A;-i V--- Classified WESmgM&t' ■Mwm * ■ •' . M' . > *?# * F£i?r BEST SERVICE TOEVRYONE WHO DESIRES gJlJf "XATftflf We do not troat disease or di- rr U/ A, 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. WORK HOURS FROM 8:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. DavidB. Teen andHS. Dowda, Scientific Masseurs PHONE 186. Claude Photo Studio, Pbon6 165, f S. C. Carr, Photographer. 30-tf For Sale—1 yonng Jersey cow and calf, 3 gallons u)H|( daily' J 46 pd See Eugene Jones. QUIT GROWING SMUT Buy your Formaldehyde at the I City Drug Store and soak your I wheat seed. 81.00 will treat one | hundred bushel*. 4f)-5t A For Sale—My six year old, I fine driving and riding horse. Also cut under buggy. S. C. [Carr, "PhotoStudio", Phone 156. Fat Cattle—If you hare fai | cattle for sale. See C. M. Blau- ton of Go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1916

R! *«•>. vjty ■ A STORY Of THC GREAT 4/ViNGiee.Roe I ILLUSTRATIONS copy/ptfxr oy pood, mad ano company SYN0PSI8. —10— Jleti of Daily's lumber camp directs •Iranger to the camp. Walter Sandrv ifltroducel himself to John Dally, for#- man. as "the Dllllngsworth Lumber Co.. or moat of It." He make* acquaintance With the camp and the work. In an em- ergency ho proves to the foreman that he doas not lack Judgment. Slletz tells him of the Preacher. He discovers that SI let* bears the sign of the Silels tribe of In- dians and wonders what her surname a In the flush of a tender moment he calls tier "the Night Wind In the Pines, and Iclasea her. Poppy Ordway. a magaalne writer from New fork, cornea to Dally a to get material for a romance of the lum- ber region. Hampden of the Yellow Pines Co. clalma title to the Kast Bell and •eta up a cabin on it. Sundrys men pull down the cabin. Sandry a ond Hampden's men flght over the dis- puted tract. The Preacher stops the tight. Bandry finds that t...

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

mm mi'Mm mMMmmm „..~ mf.K rK-%• S;*PSjMWS&i EJW . n SSSte T,w"'«™ «! • You.lhe Best Lhtr CManimg You Ever Had—Don't Lose a Day's Work! SI Jrir9: N E S/P ■•• <'■ •"' ■<? rye © __J you alek; you lose a Calomel la quicksilver •M 8 MUiTttw; calomel Injure* your ttjwt are Mllou. (eel Ia*y, sluggish •ad all knocked out, U your bowels we constipated and your head ache* or atemaeli la sour, just take a spoon- ful or harmlees Dodson's Liver Tone tnitead of using sickening, salivating eaiomel. Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liter medicine. Youll know it next moraine because you will wake up feeling line, 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 Youll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 10-oent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal guarantee that It will clean your sluggish liver better than nasty calomel; it won't make you sick and you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1916

jp-'\ I .. : . ■ ian arriving ertty week, rack m Gents Furnishing*. Shoes, Hate, Cape, Dry 6oods, Fresh Groceries, etc, which are (or yotur inepectien Prices Right. If we have trust- ed you In the past its nothing but right that you should trade with us when you have CASH to pay for goods, don't you think so? We pay the market price for Country produce. Give us a Chance at Your Next Bill. Satisfaction Guar- anteed or money refunded on goods bought here I. N. COLLINS The People's Friend aHEBiam £%■ ■PMEMS for •'*$ To transact your banking and oarry 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 Bank Claude, Texas Health Is Wealth The cleanest is not always the best, what you want is fresh, clean, sanitary, groceries the health-givi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

m ■ ■■ *?/■ gf$y <:$;:■■:■■■%;. . • . ■ ,;v"';;4i:^: 'twfp .■, IM iirrrt' • -ta- >• ■ - • ...;ys^' We Give it Away Big Discount Given On Yetr Contracts for Display Advertic ing. Try a News' "Want Ad th*t Reflects Credit Htuineo u Well as of this Print Shop CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, AUGU8T 11, 1910 VOL. 14. DEE B. WILSON MAKES MONEY AS A FARMER NO 47. ;<9 * 9 f Ft. Worth 8tar Telegram: H. Basoom Thomas of Dallas, at a meeting at the courthouse, Friday night deolared that both antis and pros should support 0. B, Colquitt in second Primary "The antis should support him beoause he faught their batles for 15 years in Texas" he said '-and the pros should vote for him be- cause he has announced his at- titade on every public question and we know where he - stands. In the yeara that I have known Senator Culberson he nas never taken a stand on any Texas issue Thomas also lauded Colquitt for advooating the 9:30 closing law. "Colquitt is loved more by hie friends and hated more...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

Greeley, in Bronze, Is Moved West a Little Way NEW YORK.—Even the most casual observer to the crowds which hurried up and down Park How In the rain knew there was something wrong with historic old Printing House square, the destinies of which have been presided over from time knows when by Ben IjrV/ I itVj Franklin's rusty stutue. "Old Ben," as P7^f HI Y I V,( he is familiarly known, looked unmis- takably depressed in spirits and sadder than usual. Everyone agreed upon that. And there was n reason for It. ♦ - Mr. Franklin's back was turned more in grief than in anger, perhaps, on the Tribune building, where the last rites over the statue of Horace Gree- ley were being held. A crowd of sev- eral hundred rainsoaked men anil women peeped out from under llielf umbrellas and watched Uncle Horace, chair and all, carefully lifted Into a truck waiting at the curb. The five-ton bronze statue which hus decorated newspaper row for 40 years was being rudely taken to a new resting place by a com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

A) A the war office In London and virtual commander In chief of the British he worked in the fields for a time, aud then he had a great stroke of luck for one of such humble origin. He became n butler In one of the great houses in 1 lie neighborhood. At eighteen the military fever seized him and he enlisted. lie chose a crack regiment, the Sixteenth lancers, and he must have made an ideal cavalry- man, for even cow he is the beau ideal of a dashing soldier, tall, well set up, and with an extraordinary firm chin and jaw. He had no one to help hi:n along, and he served In the ranks for ten years, tut before long his ambition was roused, and he probably foresaw that in his case the soldier's knapsack really did contain the field marshal's baton. He began then the study of languages and of military history, both of which have stood him in such good stead in his subsequent career. He is much like Kitchener and possesses* some of the characteristics displayed by "K. of K." He is a tireles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

SPll EMS BrJr Km II iwnmnu VQBMPS m tftt-.Amm to For CongreH of the 13th District MARVIN JONES For Rep, of 128 Dist, State Legtela. COL T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judioial Distriot EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County and District Clerk. E. C. CAYTON For Sheriff and Tax Collectors J. D. WOODBURN Fov CouLty Treasurer MRS. T. E. MoCALEB For Tax Assessoi: G M JAMES J. F. SEWELL. For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY wfcVM it Armatroog county who raaUaaihat the ttata la trying to help u it we help them by at* toning thie meeting and who aim know that U theee inetitutee were Hot henifioial the government would not be epending these five million dollars to help us en* joy listening to Col. Wyon of Canyon whose business was to to encourage our own people to attend the Farmers Congress at Amarillo August 24, 26 and 26th Mr. Wynn said. "The world now turns its attention to farm* j ere." These institutions put the sohool into the home without ex* penoe, with grea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

iS > a 3 Si-iJi '"y'r : iPfki c/>M5'a£ /v?<: If pfiiti' %•' mm* r •0*- ) 1 it M 9 I. - < V 0 ■—rt./r.r«? y■■■—..■■>■>■■ ,w I - riw-'t"'--—•■ ^ ,_1 ■ 1 : •' <>" 'fill ' " ; i ' Yii i ii— —pjj, «r / tft/ \T^*tr — ' ' . .. . .. 11 MACHINE THE HOFF- MAN Is now in operation, and I am constantly making old clothes look as good as new. Let me order that Fall or Winter Suit. Suits Made to Order. $15. to $35. JOHN WARD, Claude, Texas '•The Home of Fine Tailoring" jffiifflp >'v >v/ life •"'''' 'J*W^ Classified "Ads" Claude Photo Studio, Phone 165, fS. C, Carr, Photographer. 36-tf Mass Meeting At a mass mooting hold at (lie court house here Saturday last a Culberson club was organized with a large number of enthug. iaetic members. T.J. Page was elected ['resi- dent of the club and W. R. (lib- son was elected Secretary. The President was authorised to appoint the following com and such unwavering fidelety to the be9t interests of the people, are cordially invited t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

a. w;: m %• mmm STORY or THccfieAT NOfimiSeSr Oy VtNGie c. RoeSK ILLUSTRATIONS /&K W/Zrs/M «■ i mmAA Aj^ii A li am am um/i ou J QOPYft/CfiT OY POOD. f1£AD AHO COMPANY SYNOPSIS. —11— ■Otti of Dully'* lumber camp direct* • •trsiifi 10 the camp. Waller Sandry btroducea hlmaelf to John Dally, fore- MD, •• "the Dllllnftaworth Lumber Co., •r moat of It." He makes acquaintance With the camp and the work. Sileti tells him of the Treacher. He discovers that Mists bears the "hm of the Sileti tribe of Indiana and wonders what her surname la. In tha flimli of a lender moment he caHa her "the Night Wind In the 1'lnes." and klsaes her. Poppy Ordway, a mnga.- alne writer from New York, comes to Daily's. Hampden of the Yellow Pines Co. claim* title to the Kast Beit. Sundry's And Hampden's men fight over the dis- puted tract. The Preacher stops the fix lit. •andry finds that the deed to the Kast Belt has never been recorded. Poppy flirts with Hampden and tells Sandry that Hampden Is crooned and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

P9ff ? * ?wiP^PmgB^f ^ &f 'I^P;i"; $B§| i_5f^r _ IP S sUMlG DH06 v: > Don't Lam a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."—It's Finel You're bilious! Tour liver is sluf 1 fe ■1 H «tok! Tou feel lazjr, dizzy and all knocked out Tour head Is dull, your tongue la ooated; breath bad; stomach aour and bowel* constipated. But don't take salivating calomel. It makes you •lck, you may lose a day's work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile liko dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you (eel that awful nausea and cramp- ing. If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen- tlest liver and bowel cleansing you •ver experienced Just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50-eent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your The average girj never turns up her nose lit it niitii who knows...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1916

_ EM- PV' PPMp|WMg ^ " ' \3 v *4;j STO i &M ^mmmi New Goods are arriving every week, such as Gents Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dry Goods, Fresh Groceries, etc, which are for your inspectien Prices Right. If we have trust- ed you in the past its nothing but right that you should trade with us when you have CASH to pay for goods, don t you think so? We pay the market price for Country produce. Give us a Chance at Your Next Bill. Satisfaction Guar- anteed or money refunded on goods bought here L N. COLLINS The People's Friend rlrS-'i '4 tSShb* VM'< 7 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 oan assure you of the highest degree of safetv. We ask your consideration. First State Bank Claude, Texas The Blue Ribbon Flour BEWLEY'S BEST "Every Sack Guaranteed.' Claude Cash St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

SiipSw <*;- ■'t-x >■'•"' -■ 58®£ ' ■. ' rf-" • ><:, , : The Kind thil Reflects Credit On Your Buiineii as Well as the Business of this Print Shop We Give it Away Big Discount Given On Year- Contracts for Display Advertia- ing. Try a News' "Want Ad" "K: r ) i';! I I 9 0 <§ VOL. 14. o Jps#*. 'V'-V. RUN DOWN SATURDAY BY LARGE BUICK CAR T. S. McGee a Confederate Vet ran and father of Mr and Mrs. J. B. Butler, at present residing with thern in North Claude, was run over at the crossing near the depot Saturday evening at (j:40 by a large 5-passenger Buick. He sustained a fractured arm, three ribs were broken, and his chin, forehead and side bruised. Mr. McGee was walking south, making his way to the depot to meet the east bound passenger, which was due and in sight. As he neared the crossing Mr. T. S. Gavins and his wife wor < coming from the same direction in their 5 passenger Buick. Mr. Cavins noticed Mr. McGee just ahead of them but too much to the right to be struck ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1916

W mm MBMlSi NEW AMERICAN COUNTESS i m • 3£ 1 I 1 S" .. -- 'The new countess of Sandwich, formerly Miss Alberta Sturges, the daughter of a Chicago banker and a stepdaughter of the late Francis H. Leggett of New York, is scarcely known In her native country. Her mother, Mrs. Leggett, went to Europe to live many years ago, and Miss Sturges was educated In Paris and made her debut In London 15 years ago, when her mother became one of the lnvteh hostesses In the American colony who Inaugurated the brilliant regime of King Edward as soon us he ascended the throne. The late earl of Sandwich and his nephew, the new earl, had a serious disagreement about the Inclusion of the American girl Into the family. The bridegroom's father, Itear Ad- miral Victor Montagu, who died last January, and his wife, a daughter of the earl of Hardwlcke, fully approved of the marriage. Yet even they could not win over the old earl. Sixty-six years old and a widower of two marriages when George Charles Montagu ma...

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