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

JR If il THI CLAUDE NIWI Sp! ; fife IKES 1 SICK, UGH! in MM m WES ^■iWWHpW'Wf ___ , Straighten Up! Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With "Dodson's Liver Tone." ■ Smiles FASHIONABLE INCOMPETENCE. HIS IDEA PfSPI __ Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. Take | t don 0( thtt vile, dangerous drug to-' night and tomorrow you may lose v 1 day'i work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis ot the bones. Calomel, When It comes Into contact with aour bile crashes Into It, brea..- Ing It up. This Is when "0u feel th-1 awful nausea and cramping. If vou feel sluggish and "all knocked out," if your liver Is torpid and bowel consti- pated or you have headac'.e, dirziness. coated tongue, If breath is bod or stomach sour, lust try a upoonfu 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 tonight and If It doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fine and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1916

miwm wBESmWb f<"V.ir ''•'."v?r '/■ ''' 1' f- L: ,v •*•■'! ■• ' •$' • ' « *' ' •' '*•< • • 1 ■ .: • y "• V. ■$:■■ •- ■'■'■*' iVmi ■ ■■ ■'" ' jt', ■ j * ; 7. Nature w$ii I JsffiPs Claude, Texas. August 29, 1916. Mr. C. E. Boydstun on oath says: My home is at Groom, Carson County, Texas, where I have lived and farmed for 20 years. I am 55 years old and was born and raised in Texas. For the last three years my eyes have been in such condi- tion (hat I could not see to read to do any good, even with spectacles. About three weeks ago my eyes went back on me so that I could not distinguish objects across the road. With my wife and son I came to ('laude to take massage from David B. Teem & Co. The first two weeks seemed to benefit my eyes little, if at all, so one week ago last Saturday, on August 19, I went to an occulist at Amarillo. After examination he said I would b© wasting my money to buy new spectacles and that in his opinion nothing could be done for my eyes. To a friend ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1916

mmm®!. IPSP^ ■?/■s&■'■'■ "4 .wwpr:0$f v r - ■'_'■"■ ■ -: fc??!*raf 'v- 4 fjfoi ,'?l!l® ;'.;i v'V ■' ■ /(}"'• 'iri ^ j ffcffl' wfrg ■ ■ ->'« ■'■ ■ >* fiMHP ??1K $4WM.M Klad On Your Bu«1a«m u Well aft the Buiinaaa oftfcuPrint Shop /,f' 1 -j" qtr =e±= NEWS MMM We Give if Away Bif Discount Given Oa Yaar- Contracts for Display Adwrtb* inf. Try a News' "Want AiH VOL. 14 IV' •'■■■'.iff CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 8, 1910. NO. 51 0 ft 0 * 7 v tflO *r THE BOY SCOUTS MAKE THEIR 4TH JNNlIAL HIKE Wednesday, Aug. 30th, the Boy Scouts started on their 4th annual hike. Not a hike exactly as the trip was made in four Fords, driv- en by Andrew Smalley, Norris Oliver, Merle Nelson and W. A. Warner. The trip to Timber Lake, about 65 miles, was made without acci- dent. We reached the camping grounds at 7 p. m., chuck was ready at 8. The lake was about 100 yards distance and the boys went in swimming about every 30 minutes. It begun to rain at 11 p. m. and continued until about ...

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

watt* m ople y I ERYIN WARDMAN, PRIVATE The newspaper life of Ervln Ward- man, who became publisher of the New York Sun when It was purchased by Frank Munsey, has been for the most part a steady, day-by-day affair. But It had one lively Interlude, during the Spanish-American war. Mr. Wardman, then editor of the New York Press, enlisted as a private, anil was sent at first to Chattanooga. Of his stay there a little story is related. Mr. Wardman had ordered one of his reporters to the encnmpineni for Instructions on a certain story, and, as fate would have It, the day of the reporter's urrival at the camp was Private Wardman's dny for sentry duty In front of the commandant's tent. It also happened that the commandant and the reporter were old friends, and the lutter received an invitation to dinner In the soldier's tent, with a cold bottle on the side. Naturally the reporter mode the most of the situation. He found many occasions for passing in and out of the tent, saluting every time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1916

M ■>£ •' ;.iV ■ ' THE CL . '* . Wm *. O A ST#RYOf THE GREAT NORTH WEST 6y VINGIE C.ftOC ILLUSTRATIONS by far fflLTstzi COfiYMGftr OY POOD. MEAD AND COMPANY CHAPTER XXIX—Continued. 15 Tra vmM bars followed me across ths world upon your knees, and you served ma Ilka a slave. And 1—I re- fold you with a white man's coin! I left ran to break yonr heart among the dusky people who were kinder (baa II , . . But the Winds of Hod Mow upon my conscience and my heart and I returned. Your face and your faithful eyes, waiting, waiting, brought me back from the far cities- only to see you die In the lodge of Kolawmla with my babe on your breast! Or—you Bay I but dreamed. Kah wanna?" With falling sight the speaker tried to pierce the mystery, gazing at Siletz. "Did I dream of death and retribu- tion—and of Kolawmle, who—bent above the babe to put that sign upon bar faoef I struck his hand away when tt had set but a fraction of the fatal bar—the sign that said you were wild, that forbade you to ...

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

•> . :i^SSKW8#>M I ; I i r 1 - ■ Announcement* For Congress of the 13th District MARVIN JONES For Rep., of 123 Dist, State Legists. 00L T. J. TILSON Dist. Atty. 47th, Judicial District ' EARNEST T. MILLER For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For County and District.Clerk. E. C. CAYTON For Sheriff and Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For CouLty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL. For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY i x-: The New# editor te of- fer hie sincere thanks to the fol- lowing persons, who either renew, ed their subscription for another year or subscribed for the paper: Mrs. W. R. McGinnis, Snyder. Ama Davis, Claude. Texas Lee Curry, Claude. M. M. Keith, Claude. John Luther, Goodnight. " Mary Hunter, Stamford. " H. J. McKinley, Auctin. " sPfll Up to this time there are thir- teen candidates announced for governor of Texas in 1918. There are eight antis and five pros. The antis are Ixmis J. Wortham, W. P. {Tobby, Henry B. Terrell, Jim Edwards, W. A. ...

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

1?P0i mm !k-. •<' ,v SEE.,,. -, ■vEDHards | '■ Before buying Seed Wheat. Seed Rye and Seed Oats PHONE MILL OR CLAUDE HOTEL An Invitation To Ladies We extend a cordial invitat ion to the ladies vis- iting the Panhandle Fair to call on us for Gage and Gold Medal Hats, Palmer Coats and Suits, and exclusive designs in new Fall Silks, Nets, Laces, fancy Dress Trimmings, plain and plaid wool Dress Goods.' If you are looking for hats, coats and suits that are carefully designer!, of good material and workmanship, do not fail to see our line. More than ever our customers want individual and unusual hats. Every up- to-date buyer searches the market for just these qualities. Our hats embody all the necessary requirements; they arc smart; up-to-tlie--min- ute as to fashion; have individuality; and are modest in price. This is no boast, it's true. Come in and let us prove every statement. MISSES TAYLOR (503 Polk vSi., Amarilln, Texas * Special Discount Wc will offer beginning Monday morning,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1916

■RHPI t ■ jv;': IfW care more for trivial ditties, even' facing l, than solemn, patriotic hymns. What's going to be the song hit of the border guards? If \ ( •' Spain had floated for the lust time over the I'hllippUies. An incident of that day which still dwells In the memories of those who witnessed It— though it may have uo place in the pages of history—occurred when a volunteer regiment, charging the one- my trenches, came suddenly under a heuvy flre from a Spanish force con- cealed on its Hank. Tor a moment, the regiment wavered. Quickly, how- ever, it recovered, changed Its front slightly and went on. ®rlef though that period of hesita- tion was, there was time enough for the regimental band, still carrying Its Instruments, to detach itself, by whose order no one ; ;emed to know, from a part of the line to the rear, swing sharply out Into the open, halt and begin to play. A fair target for the enemy's flanking tire, the musicians stood unsheltered and, calmly, at the word from ...

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

ed Beyond Expectations wife bun been a long sufferer of ble, and frequently with beinor R. C. Cur; says Mr Ivanta Ave., NashvHIe, Tenn. "We Currence, of 6400 Mk^9 Book fin CO. OMAHA. UJA id the Knife! TakeStMae SSS Adventurous Career of Charleston's Old Chimes CHARLESTON, 8. C.—Willie the old world boasts of many famous bells and chimes, to which clings the association of romance and poetry, there are no bells In the world that have had a more adventurous career than those of St. Michael's, at Charleston. The well-au- Ribs Saved Thousands if Suffering Women. . Mr. W. F. Nelaon, i merchant of Bison, Two-MUW tint th. d>ufht«r of on* of hil Bdchborm. Mr. Junes Roberts, In ■nab ■ condition with feme)* trouble that sn opantion was advised, ssd the rounz lady wis sent to Chittanowa for it, per- formance. She dreaded the operation, and Stella-Vitas having been rorommend- ed, decided to try that flrnt Shs has taken sis bottles and is happily on tho road to recovery. _8he is able to do he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1916

- xmm*->:' v m*sept*,me.;: „ i oath states: >isat LeHa Lake, Texas, where I have lived for five yean. About eight year* ago * t? fail. 1 had constant headaches which grew so violent tUat I could aot sleep. _jw«ak that I could not do my housework. At intervals I was attacked by shortness of t and fluttering of the heart. Practically all those years I was under medical treatment, six jpt physicians attended me, but I grew steadily worse. On May 6, of this year I became so bad that I was obliged to take to my bed. My left side pained me so that I could net lie on it and it was evident that an internal growth had developed. Two physicians diagnosed the growth as tumor and said I should have to have two operations immediately, and perhaps another operation later. They said that unless this was done at once I could not live. One week later, on August 12, I was brought to Claude to take massage from David B. Teem & Co. I was so weak that my husband had to carry me up the stairs t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

1 *£**« t;,* ' . , ' <y •:; . :1 mm c ~ jra 1_ Big Contracts for Display Adve, iog. Try a New®' "Want , ARMSTRONG COUOTY. TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 15, 1910. . . ^. _v _ •• \ < Mm 0 i BEASTS ROVCB PLAINS Thirty yearn ago the 13th day of this month, Mrs. 'Emma Hathoro cams to tha J. A. Ranch in the southeast part of Armstrong county. Harold, in Wilbarger' 'county, was the western termina- tion of the Ft. W. & D. C. railroad. Buckboards conveyed the few passengers going west from that point. A few ranchers were the only people in the county. There wjereno settlers, or "nester" aB cowboys termed them. Farming was impossible, cowmen thought, because it was "too dry." The only ground tilled in this country then was the garden at the head- quarters. In 1887 the first settlers began to come, and there was talk of the railroad being extended, as it was later. Deer and antelope roved the plains in herds, and panthers and wild cats were not uncommon. Mr. and Mrs. Goodnight are the only resid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

Jiff H po till shinned and cooper hawks are the worst culprits. Look out for them. . Mp .'a§i<AFwBPL ■to'* &WS mm I ' n ^)! "'/., ?*; tsa wuuur •«. SI "" - I •■ ■ *'; -y.y. HI ik£LW' H |3RBg 3j Ip^I V1 llils Germun submarine, the U. C. fi, constructed ns n mlne-Inyer, nnd capable of carrying 12 mines, was cap- tured by llie British nnd Is now on exhibition in England. At the left Is a close view of oue of the mines found on the vessel. INSPECTING U. S. CAMPS SHOWER BATH DE LUXE IN MEXICO T IS iin easy tusk, hut not altogether a con- genial one. to write uboiit the hawks of Amerien in whose lives the evil outweighs the good. When one sets down black marks against a bird's char- *?t«r he Invites death for the bird, and this is not a pleasant thing to do for one who . believes that the Interest which a bird of evil disposition adds to the general : Mjetne of life ought to be sufficient to s! Ve the species from extermination, eveilvif it dearly loves a chicken for dinner anJ a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

I fPPP w miw t |t% ;C.li>MDE K B W j r«f r rrttz ir.irtr IN THE EYE. WILLING TO OBLIGE. Itlll# • * |(i.i,i«Tn |y«5J"< k i-f i« 'f I J*£i#*#"l flM. New York's Police Have a Money-Making Machine NEW YORK.—New York's crime cnrlnrtty shop, which Is located at pol!c headquarter*, geta some queer tools o£ the underworld. Probably the most itirioua thing now In the possession of the property department Is a "money- ninking machine," and despite the fact that a child ought to detect It as i fraud, It fooled lnuny, und others Uk< It were sold before the fakers wen caught. The machine, composed mostly ol tin, Is about two feet high, one mid a half feet wide and a foot In depth. At the top Is a cover *vhich can be re- moved, nnd an inner compartment It lined with black velvet. On each side there is a small storage battery con- nected with a toy dynamo in the bot- tom of the machine, while other wires connect with switches a small red elec- tric light nnd ail automobile gauge. The dupe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

iments KIJ?' I W&iMf. WSMM - "H fi I! .V of the 13th District §faNJON£S 121 Diat, State Legists. • 00L T. JC TUSON Dfot.Atty. 47th, Judicial Disfcrit t 1 Earnest t. miller For County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For Comity aud District Clerk. IE. C. CAYTON Fur Sheriff *iid Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For Coui.ty Treasurer mrs. T, E. McCALEB F^r Tax As^essoi:. J. F. SEWELL. For Public Weipher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY What about a trade day for Claude? Our merchants should talk up a trade day for the town. Claude, the best town between Amarillo and Wichita Falls, wil. get the Ozark Trail, if we guest right. ' To-day is press day at the Pan- handle Fair at Amarillo. We ex- pect to go if Frank Jamison will offer us the loan of a quarter to get a "feed'' as he did at the Pan- handle Press meet in the Spring mmm fib the Dast ... ffiKBii will help con- siderable, even if they were a lit- tle Jaie.' Row crops are taking on new life, those that were plant- ed late. The groand has been thoroughly s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

■ 12 I . I - t MM v $•**.. H $jfc ®lg tfcjr; 11 j , t Thbi hi itf M ■■flntfyj'* IVI "i'$ f, ■.'■ «• ' -T,. -rf^W" ■feaagufc DWARDS Et% ',Vyf *#£ Before buying Seed Wheat. Seed Rye and Seed Oats i PHONE MILL . - OR - - CLAUDE HOTEL -r- n —s Mlp IBRglrii ' <.• ', V. .. <ifnn r f> i 'iii«(i. it/ fi. ' THOROUGHBRED, white Spitz puppy, kind and playful disposi- tion. just the thing for children, at half price, cost $12. Phone 97 I. I President Ripley states Santa Fe s position on eight-hour wage law and asks an important question. i The Panhandle & Sants Fe Railway Company Chicago, 111., September 8, 191ii. To Santa Fe Employes and the Public: This is the position of the Panhandle & Santa Pe Rail- way Company regarding the controversy with its train-service employes over their demand for increased compensation: Congress, hastily acting under a threat of four leaders of labor organizations, enacated a so-called eight-hour law, which ia nothing more nor less than an advanc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

coprtoOftfiOY fiooa MSAD MO COMPANY J & 1"' A~ CHAPTKR XXXI. H The Ned Oeath.v a* titer war* toft, these two—the •ad tit* Wait—alone upon the K: tm of the Jumbled peaks, inly the forbidding spina of the Hog •ok. nmaing Ilka a great thin blade Igh between the red surf creeping at " *" carried a paasage out of the lag death. Sllett had planned the Splendid black should make 8nt Mow aha turned back to the two fnea She loved—the Preacher, allent /under the ahlelding ferns with his Bible and his flute, 8andry prone upon earth, his face In the pine nee- dles. She passed him and knelt beside the other. Her eyes were dim with the oM look of emotion. She bared the whits face and gazed long upon It The call of blood had ever held J her to this man mysteriously, though / both were Ignorant of the vital tie between them, the Preacher because of the dreamy blank In his mind since the tragedy of that far ott day. Slletz because Kolawmle, wise beyond his feneration, had seen how blood takes to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

1 r-- • ..'. I Xfi3fatyc.intx6.1- . v«0A*#«fc*9 <•*-* .a«if?riurAiURU«iiK'499^. WWtfKiE i: Ik^M fSHO- "1 - •' A«HNta<*KSK *Jt* 5 •* < i asuMM\svOT ^ T M _ — ■„■ ■ If ft w g " • V*F \: f'?■"" -:•<-; ' . * '• ; .-•: ■>•. fi/T SlnHK i • aigtfof psitOMdbljodt ttrar, biliousness, iadt . ooostlpfttloQ ortrcn mora oondidoo* which if not r«- jpttoa nak* joa a uiaar- abb invalid for Ufa. Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup la a remedy that goeabaek of the the mere avmptoms, and RE- LIEVES THE CAUSE. It ia purely vegetable, a gentle laxa- tive and tonic combined- It can be taken by all, young and old, ■ale and female. bOc and $1 bot- tles at your dealer*!. THACHER MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA, TEMN. Every Woman Want a ANTISEPTIC POWDER FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE in water for douche* stop* pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam- mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pin It Ham Med. Co, for ten year*. A healing wonder for naial catarrh, •ore throat and *ore eye*. Economical. XtttOfdiMfy dauiini ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1916

wmm m tis RaRE KHSM&3 S3ft\ "V ••• v* ^!Pl Wi s r .! Claude, Texas, September 9,1916. Mr. M. S. Dye on oath states: My 27-year-old son. Jens, has been bothered for about four years with What medical doctors diagnosed as chronic appendicitis. At times he would be in bed for all day and suffering so keenly that opiates were administered. Medi- cal treatment gave only temporary relief and he gradually grew worse. In April of this year he was taken to Ama rillo for an X-Ray examination, and after the examination the physicians said nothingfbut the knife could ever give permanent relief. For the seven months proceeding June of thia year he could not ride without bringing on attacks of appendicitis. He was obliged to practically quit riding. In June of this year he began taking massages from Dpvid B. Teem & Co. After the fourth or fifth massage he began to feel better, and to the best of my knowlcge. has not had an attack of appendicitis tiincc.. He returned from the range six day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 January 1931

w |r : Mi ' ■■< f? -mfmmmmmm. i' j i , Mr. BMiMM Mm: Thm p^JP* *f :WM sawr* should be | Mr MWHHf advertlilnf Try tt to The" New*' and (row by leaps anJ ' D ii ,,jii Want Advertkinf 'at Mdjr t ee word will Mil Mmethlnr tm CM have about the ylaee er bring yaa m* thine yon need at a bargain. Try M in The New* at only 2 cent* a wort ■- V-. ./"• ] MM /V ?;■ .sWIMiiMttMJ'J ~Hii> a VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY JAN. 2, mi NUMBER IT Corporation , Farming Will Be Disasterous "Corporation farming is a chal- lenge to American civilization. The challenge can be met if we have the couragi to meet It. The corpo- ration is yet awhile a child of the state. No corporation can engage In the business of agriculture ex- cept that a state government gives to that corporation a charter authorizing it to engage in the bus- iness of agriculture. Corporation farming can not destroy the Ameri- can civilization except that the governments of the 48 different states may by solemn decre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 January 1931

mkqhm JSPp£k rtaotuUoM bm bitt Mi tad wt to try and keep them ttM year. :o:- )N ""MmtR FARMERS." we read •bout them in the Daily and papers, alio in the maga- Thla la a very commendable •ad we believe should be en- from every angle. If far- do not raise much they can verly little In return. How- there is another side to this and that is the price the "Muter Farmer" is going to get lor his products. The heavy pro- ducing side is alright and we would like to see every farmer make a bountiful crop. But when he works hard and makes this crop, why not provide for him a decent market. It does not take a smart man to realise that when he makes a boun- tiful crop while we have $53 per capita and that circulating Medium, MONEY—The measure of values- is reduced to less than half that $63 per capita, that the price of his farm products has been reduced ONE-HALF, and when it is re- duced to one third of the |53 per capita, that same farmer has had his products reduced TWO- THIRDS IN PRICE. In o...

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