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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

8IISB1P;:%''W ■' >;:: - ;':1 m ]'im^s:u«e . ' . ?. : v a"; .-^ .i'H' ; Lil__ m ' •v. THE CLAUDE NEWS wm% $■ topyRiQHr ay jftCK LOMOOrr SYNOPSIS. Humphrey Van Weyden, critic and dilet- tante, Is thrown Into the water by the sinking of a ferryboat in a fog In San 1' ranclsco bay, and becomes unconscious before help reaches hurl. On coming to his sonses he finds himself aboard the sealing schooner Oliost. Captain Wolf I.arsen, bound to Japan waters, witnesses the deatli of the first mate and hears the ■captain curse the dead man for presuming to die at tlie beginning of the voyage. The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore and makes him cabin buy "for the good of his soul." Humphrey sees the body of the mate dumped Into the sea. He begins to learn potato peeling and dish washing under the cockney cook, Mugrldge. is caught by a heavy sea shipped over the quarter as he is carrying teu aft and his knee is seriously hurt, but no one pays -any attention to his Injury. CHAPTER V—Continue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

p: psi E ! if iFwpr wifi' e WP' or ftr m* s 1 r i THIRD SEMI- ANNUAL CASH CLEARANCE SALE STARTS JANUARY 17th, ENDS JANUARY 3.1st. Epf??;' M WM$ y'W | To make room for our Spring Deliveries we must reduce our Fall and Winter merchandise of Men's, Ladies, Misses and Children's High Shoes; Men's and Boys Clothing; Men s and Boys' two peice Underwear and Union Suits. Make your $ do the duty of $$$$$. Here are a few of the many values. $3.50 Ladies Grey Cloth top button patent Vamp $2.85 $3. 75 ladies black brocaded cloth top button patent Vamp $3.32 $4.00 ladies sand top laco leather Lou'.o Heel $2.75 Misses low heel pat. vamp, kid top $3.48 $2.48 1 lot men's dress hats $2 to $3 values, sale price $1.48 1 lot boys' hats $1 to $1.50 values, sale price, choice $.85 Men's Dress Shirts Regular $1.25 to $1.50 shirts, sale price $1.00 Men take notice. Look them over. MEN'S UNDERWEAR 75c men's lieavv ribbed shirts and drawers, sale price 48c each Regular boys' heavy ribbed union suits, sale pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

si ksl fe MX Sf ifira? ffc >• V:w' •;. ( h ™lp« IBBbRjIWvk •■ V Ms >i:: ■ . J"' > ;$*- mmmmWW' m up BiPSw? — £ * at Claude, *. v -• " \ ' vJF 95 25,000 00 751.55 ACBANK the State of Texas, at the Close of Business December 81, W15. RESOURCES Loans and discounts except those shone cn b$132,408 95 Total Loans $la2,468 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 25,000 00 Total U. S. Bonds Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged $751.55 Total bonds, sureties, etc Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank- ■ $11,000.00 Less amount unpaid .- 1,500.00 1,500 00 Due from Federal Reserve bank '.!,000 (X) Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis S '12017 Due from approved reserve agents in other re- serve cities 132-81 Due from banks and bankers (other than included inlO or 11) Other checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank Outside checks and other cash items. $ 00 01 Fractional currency, ni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

iiiili i By HAROLD MAG GRATH a&a Illustrated from Scenes in tne Photo Drama of the Same Name bp the Thanhouser Film Company < n <Oowrlf ht, 1914, bff iUrold MacQrath) 8YNOP3I8. Stanley Hargreave, millionaire, after a puraeulous escape from the den of the IJiig: of brilliant thieves known as the Black Hundred, lives the life of a recluse w eighteen years. Hargreave accidental- Bralne' leader of the Black Hun- □. Knowing Bralne will try to get him, escapes from his own home by a bal- ,n- Before escaping he writes a letter lo tne girls' school where eighteen years Before he mysteriously left on the door- step hlg baby daughter, Florence Gray. jnat day Hargreave also draws $1,000,000 from the bank, but It Is reported that •His dropped into the sea when the balloon ■e escaped In was punctured, Florence arrives from the girls' school. Countess IWga. Braine's companion, visits her and •laims her as a relative. Two bogus de- prives call, but their plot is foiled by porton, a newsp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

w ' "t .;.:DS|j '■£' •'. ' 'i>',\-^r- '-*K HiF' P v. *-' «E& -*/• :>yo*r.-. nv ^. x . ' .^v: y . ' {&. '■■>/■■ THE CLAUD E N E W 3 EXCELLENT PLAN FOR SMALL DAIRY HOUSE Ml V. t A sense of freedom from all an- noying after-eating distress can only be experienced fhen the digestive system is strong and working harmoniously. Such a condition can be promoted by care- ful diet and the assistance of HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters Must Have Been Tangle. There was a very bad first night In a Now York theater. That Is to say, the night was a good night as nights go in New York during the the- atrical season, but the play offered ras bad. At the end of the second act the long-suffering audience wus about ready to quit. A few got up to go and otherB followed, until the aisles became clogged. Charles Hanson Towne arose in his pltme, well down front. "Walt!" ho called out in a clear, louil tone, "women and children first'""--Saturday Evening Post. WALL NEED NOT BE UGLY An' Inexpensi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

14 mm* ■y-i.\-. - ',5.- ' - \ ' ":: « . - • mmm ■m jrfeW* mm* OR THE BENEFIT of our many patrons and others who may wish to take advantage of bar- gains that count in reducing the HIGH COST OF LIVING, we have decided to put on a very attractive. Discount Sale for the next sixty days. Our plan is simply this: To all those who pay cash at time of purchase, we will return to them in cash 7 per cent of the amount purchased, and to those who pay cash on the first day of each month for goods bought the pre- ceeding month we will return to them 5 per cent in cash of the tolal amount of their purchases. WE HANDLE THE Very best, newest, and fresh- est line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, ete. Let us furnish your table for one month and you will let us do it in the future. WHY NOT BUY Where you get back a part of the cash you pay out. If you believe in buying sanitary groceries and economy in buying, come in and see us. You are always welcome. WE PaYTHE Highest prices fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

- i m 5 v "®>J pP -<pWi ygm ae is **§ iff •|r" J :*; ,:%W-. V- «• I' w ^ © ) vor. 14. ■£. FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY •'■■/ ' JW". •'. • ?->' cvr.AiinK:, akmrtoon^ COUNTY, TEXAS. .I A NT A R Y 21. . ' 1 '- ■ • "' -- ' ' ~^; .' i l'-.' . ,".,& ■* ■' • ■' — ■ " —£ ^ II :i$i *>0$4BjHggw •mmmummmmmt' JSTO. 18 ANOTHER VICTORY On last , Saturday afternoon yGoodnight Collego played a re- turn game of banket ball . with fclaude High School, in which our boys won by a sc'-re of 29 to 14. Our line up for .the firsE half was Slay and Smalley, forwards; Nickells and Sheid, guards; Duffell, center; but in the last half Slay was replaced by Lynch. The game played by our boys was characterized, as is usually] the case, by their splendid team work. T^e Buffaloes, we are glad to note, have layed aside some of their" grid-iron" tac- tics, and play a much better game than they did a week agi. Everything that brings victory to C. TI. S. means a better school and a good school is ess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

•f'-K" -*1' *■* ->•■*, '. ^ ■■ , . <M« fftoto Dram* of Htm tp tk+Tkmmhoufr Film Company v ■■/• BK$RtL Mi kr Barsld MaoOnth) CHAPTER XX. I': Eg r a /t i w Tries Another Weapon. "What I want now." said Brain*. "•■■'* J# paced the living room of the apartment of the countess, "la re- venge. I've been checkmated enough. Olga; they're playing with ua." "That la nothing new." she replied, •hrugglng. "At the beginning I Warned you. t never liked this affair after the first two or three (allures. But you would have your way. You wanted revenge at that early date; bat I cannot see that you've gone for- ward. Has It ever occurred to you that the organization may be getting tired, too? They depend aolely upon your Invention, and each time your Invention has resulted In touching nothing but zero." "Thanks!" *0, I'm not chiding you. I've failed, too." "Are you turning against me?" he demanded bitterly. "Do my actions point that way?" ehe countered. "No. But the more I view what has passed,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

kil^- • L^'l m jgBgjjgl m errrTr ir f ERIBNCE IS 5ED WITH ALL TH^DWTgR^C r> SigS Li <v ' 0 o the i SYNOPSIS. 8 Humphrey Van Weyden, critic and dilet- tante. la thrown Into the water by (he Sinking of a ferryboat tn a fog In Ban Francisco bay. and becomea unconscious before help reachea him. On coming to Hla senses he flnda himself aboard the ■ling schooner Shout, Captain Wolf reen, bound to Japan waters, witnesses death of the first mate and hears the captain curse the dead man for presuming to ale at the beginning of the voyage. The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore end makes him cabin boy "for the good of hla soul." Humphrey sees the body of the mate dumped Into the sea. He begins to learn potato peeling and dish washing under the cockney cook, Mugrldge. Is caught by a heavy sea shipped over the quarter as he Is carrying tea aft and his knee Is seriously hurt, but no one pays any attention to his Injury. Hump's Quar- ters are changnd aft. Mugrldge steals his •ponay and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

r"^ ."■• '~<T. Mwm I M' I-/ 'I '•' /I i\tm )•-• he I I I /-yV J) ^!"! A - ■• "i^ 'A l""%*T* iT^ "':~K'. ' ).-' JANUARY 17th, ENDS JANUARY 31st. mm f— S& t* t :: ■ I K i ;• v' '':.?2 : £l- tJT' bksbi To make rocim for our Spring Deliveries we must reduce our Fall and Winter merchandise of Men's, Ladies, Misses and Children's High Shoes; Men s and Brtys (Jothftlg; Men s and Boys' (wo pcicc Underwear and Union Suits. Make your $-do the duty of $$$$$. Here are a few of the many values. $}<■)..j0 Ladit.'s tney I loih top hultoti paleul \ amp 82.So l^len's DreSS Shirts .7ladies black brocaded cloflt top bnlloti patejjt Yiiinp Regular $1.25 to $1.50 shirts.^ sale price . $1.00 $1.00 ladies saud top laco lentlur Lou!c Heel B3.18 $2.7.") Misses low heel pat. vamp, hid top S2.48 IVlen take notice. Look them over. / i « BOYS' SUITS $5 to $10 boys' poieo long pant suits, sale price $2.50 to $5.00 1-4 off on boys' Knickerbocker suits, $5 now $<>.75 Boys' odd coats and vests, size...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

'yyln ir&v> m. * wm--: •f RE,.-. ■ ■:>-V ;-.#>■ ■■ -*>. ■ 1: V ^ . • /. • • ., ip r ♦ i • ► • !\ ' t# thfn, ot Ute fili of • how in a ■mall block About one-quarter of aa Inch --— -0l to fit the tubo loosely, raaten the block to tbe Klaus wllh beeawax, to that tbe hole corresponds with the required hole In the glass. Insert the tube In tlie holo and pour emery—No. 90—and water Into the tube with a spoon, un4 turn (lie tube back and forth with the fingers; or a Httje groove 1 pulley may f a put on the tube to work with n string, iu which case a oenti; uliouiu Le placed at the upper *;.<( ty guide the tut.. In this wjiv a hole of n;y s'/c,- ir- M one-eighth of t.u inch |j mi iUch ut more, may to cut, through ordinary window glass In a few minutes. W&n ttlfen of fonoblle Tint ewratwd TJM am ftntet Absolutely Punctureprcof . TbulU Service Tim t made fl/mblo the thlcknmfl of (bo buht to Ujn<1 art mtilm 1.| ro«, ^ This If faco i ■■PBI iwerago oC VS tallos of tough...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

8 111$ ' t- $'■> Er H , tjui BftAlaaJeal [. otfv wiwp<w"« y to Stop Wava of Infeette* i and Domestic Ani* mail In West Waahlngton.—The department of agriculture Is taking acttou through the biological survey and the for- est service to combat a serious wave of cgbiea infection of wild and domes- tie animals that Is in danger of be- coming widespread in the tar West. The fact that the extensive dissem- ination of the disease is taking place through the agency of coyotes makes the situation a difficult one to meet. Outbreaks of rabies among coyotes have been noted from time to time tor several years in parts of Washington, Oregon and northern Idaho. and the forest service undertook last year to aid in bringing the disease under con- trol by employing huntero <\.make «H eo coyotes iiruie national forests in"some infected localities. Since, however, the coyotes breed In the foot hills and around the outskirts of the forests, a more comprehensive cam palgn is called for. The era...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

H ggl 3W K JPgg IONATION wtm P "\ *w *aaBir*w -,,'*#<« • ■ •. ®SlP? "Women cafil fool me. I can make ' every one ttf thorn show her hand." - "Mow do you manage utrt •±M - Itow Utter." $ 1, HEAL YOUR SKIN TROUBLES With Cutleunt, tho Quick, Sura and Caay Way. Trial Free . Bathe with Cutlcura Soap, dry and apply the Ointment. They atop Itch- ing Instantly, tlear away pimples, blackheadi, redness and roughness, re- move dandruff and acalp irritation, heal Ted, rough and aore hands a* well a^ moat baby akin troubles. Free sample each by mail with Book, Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boaton. Sold everywhere.—Adv. ' Wny la Castor Oil, Anyway? Mary Catherine, three, had been told that God made everything. She had alao bt«n taught that God likes every- one. One day she cried, coaxed and pleaded to avoid a dose of medicine. Having to take it, however, she looked up with a tearful and dubious exprea elon as she wryly wiped her mouth and a«ked: "Mamma, if God likes little girls, why di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 January 1916

IP ', * ^ 'J. . ;'<■ * Ss . ■ . i*M v.'-'iw' 16 if %& ir ri -w : -P,' ' i J OR THE BENEFIT of our many patrons and others -who may "wish 10 take advantage of bar- gains that count in reducing the HIGH COS T OF LIVING, we have decided to put on a very attractive Discount Sale for the next sixty days. Our plan is simply this: I o ail those who pay cash at lime o£ purchase, we will return to them in cash 7 per cent of the amount purchased, and to those who pay cash on the first day of each month for goods bought the pre- ceeding month we will return to them 5 per cent in cash ol the total amount oi (heir purchasers. WE HANDLE THE Very best, newest, and fresh est line ol Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresn. and Cured Meats, ete. Let us furnish your table for one month and you will let us do it in the future.* WHY NOT BUY Where you get back a part of the cash you pay out, If you believe in buying sanitary groceries and economy in buying, come in and see us. You. are always welcome. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

pf.vv - fell S!i lit rw.-^ . • • W • /, -■ 'r 1 VOL. 14. aw^sa^'r.-rrrr- aBS^KS^vama^fcjeaBK FOR CLAUDE .AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY <• i.a111)K. AH vwrnoNn COI'XTY. r i^; i \ ;-;j H. M. RIGHT GRAIN AND MILLING CO. We. are prepared to do grinding for the public. Yours appreciated. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Phone 93 lllllllll MHIIHI T jsro.it) SENIOR LfAfiUE | OUR LAST NO. GOOD W i MISSIONARY MEETING HIGH SCHOOL NOTES The missionary meeting of the Baptist Ladies Aid Society met January 24th, in the home of Mrs. A. V. Nelson; Mrs. C. 0. Kight, leader. All being present who had a part on the program made it inteiesting. ■ Two new members, Meadames M. 0, Wat- kins and Dan Weaver, were re- ceived. The free will offering amounted to 87,70. The sc ial hour came next, and was heartily enjoyed by everyone. Our good hostess assisted by her daughter. Miss Maude, and Miss Emma Goodger, served delicious re freahments consisting of salad, sandwiches, cake-, olives, and chocolates. This part of the pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

to- . lay&si; r,T . • f I fl I , : 1 r , ;rtj '46 [' -IS J ssn'l'^r; ^ IIH^..i....'•<<*vY£/' ■ WVH^ fr v'AC^J-ONPOM-V^-^, SYNOPSIS. Humphrey Van Weyden. critic and dilet- tante, la thrown Into th« water by the ■Inking of a ferryboat In a fog In San Francisco bay, and become* unconscloua before help reachea him. On coming to Ilia aenaea he flndi himself aboard the ■eating achooner Ohoit, Captain Wolf iLaraen, bound to Japan water*, wltneaaea *he death of the Drat mate and heara the captain curie the dead man for presuming to die. The captain refuses to put Humphrey aahore and make* him cabin boy ' for the good of hi* *oul." He begins to learn potato peeling and dlah washing tinder the cockney cook, Mugrldge, I* caught by a heavy *ea shipped over the quarter a* he la carrying tea aft and hi* Xnee I* seriously hurt, but no one pay* any attention to hla Injury. Hump's quar- tan are changed aft. Mugrldge steals his money and cnaals him when accused of It. .Later he listen* to W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

Kp?% V ■ - - ' -V I fmsWBBBIKSSS A::;s''v ■' ^ 1 ' ' • ' V , y ly '*' '*7" $ ",l*" ■ •e ' •' ' y.ffiflj| ' ; -" *V ' THE CLAU SIP 1^§' ■} ■ ■:'■ #) \\ z,1 1 J J 4«. r,. %. K D •) p.? - t D E NEWS ' *'• -j® , / W- hM- Time it! Rape's Diapepsln ends all Stomach misery in five minutes. Do lome foods you eat hit back- taste good, but work badly; ferment Into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, •our, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down: Pale's Diapepsln digests everything, leafing nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach Is disordered you will get happy relief In five minutes, but what pleases you most is that it strengthens and regulates your stom- ach so you can eat your favorite foods Without fear. You feel different as soon as "Pape's Diapepsln" comes in contact with the stomach—distress Just vanishes—your stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belch- ing, no eructations of undige...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

ml I r; \H r'SI < H t \ r. WAGOONCR t and Publisher at the postofflee at Claudft, i Moond-claw matter, •—>1.80 per Annum is Advance ADVERTISING RATES EFFECTIVE ArTER JAN. 1, 1916 LoeaUiO cents a line, six words to the line. Display on fcont pacre 2oc per Column inoh, special location 25c a col- «un iooh. Elsewhere in paper 12 l-2c par eolnoa utcU—rates on laiga space Speoi'tl location t5o ;• column inch. Obituaries—First hundred words free, additional words 1c a word, Cards oi Thanks, 10 ccnN aline cf sir words. Qtneral nhnrch ynnon'v^mnn-p will be run as reading matter. Special notices of church, social and school advertising affairs at which money is to be raised will be charged for at the regular ad- vertising and local rates. All bills pay- able on presentation. are If tributes' more bninoss force a towu than a gocw] newspaper published mtlnn its confines. The greatest asset a town can have is Its newspapet. The riewspp.per tv 11 s of our prosper- ity, our industrial activ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

•% ... whhu ium® that maniy people iftt newspaper men are p«raiftteQt duns as they keep reit- erating, "look at the label on your paper", "trnve up the date" ■' "you are baok on your subscrip- tion," "pay up" etc. Now let u. farmer or a business r an place . . himself in a similar p:mtion a ad " seeifhe would the same. Sjppo-?e the farmer raises one thousand bushels of wheat, and his neigh- bor should buy a bushel, and the price wab two dollars, or less, and the neighbor says, "I will pay you in a few days. As the farmer does not want to be small in the matter of small things, ho say . "All right". Another coma-! i the same way until the whol thousand bushels are gone ou the same way to one thousand different persons. No one pu chaier concerns himself about n. and, of course that would not hdlp him any. tie does 11 it realize that the [armor has frittered away • his crop of wheat in Utile dribs and that he is seriously emh-ir i sed in his bu^ine-s bee i i , debtors treat it us a sma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 January 1916

/ r ii u r'-'ij dtanse your Hver and sluggish bowels white you sleep. Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, dlzxl- tees, coated tongue, foul taste and foul heath—always trace them to torpid ttTer; delayed, fermenting food In the towels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged In the In- testines, Instead of being cast out f the system is re-absorbed into the Mood. When this poison reaches the lellcate brain tissue it causes con- lestlon and that dull, throbbing, sick- Ming headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the Stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep—a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowels regular for months. Adv. Harm Done by Hertzian Waves. Ever since the extensive commercial employment of w...

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