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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 October 1915

■-xi.n- • J!m -' ."\ 4i2 fe *£23$* , '•' iV:% ■> • eSS^Mg ■* •_ _ _ _ J,-/ _, - FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY VOL. XIV. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COIJNTV. TEXAS, OCTOBER H. 1015. INTO, a ; ■ ■*■ i .i Grain Shipments for the months of July and August only: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize 9 cars; Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. boost for the home town I f These were the closing words of Dr. Bias' lecture here Monday night, with which he counted the ten num- ber lecture course that Is to ho given In Claude this year. Mr. Bias said that the most import- ant question now confronting the Afnerlcan people was not the ques- tion of National defense, but the de- fense of the homo town. In fact, in the success of the home town depend- ed the Btublllty of the nation. The successful homo town stimulated all the virtues that go in the making of loyal nation, and with a loyal nation we needn't worry about the defense of the nation. The nation would naturally be defende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 October 1915

mmm at Claude, i a#oood-clM8 mutter, ■■ ■ ''■ i per Annum in Adviucs CONWAY Mr. LofTorge and Mr. Williams of were in Conway on business Tues- day. Will Wright returned home from Ainarillo.Monday. Tebo Kelly, Mr. Stitli and C. F. Reaf were Cla'jde visitors Friday. Another jjood rain Wednesday night. Quite a few from here attended the show in Amarillo Saturday. Mr. Core left for his home in Ohio Thursday. Mrs. J. II. Black front Kauison, 111. is visiting old friends. Mrs. S. H. Jackson and daughter Inez were in Ainarillo Monday. T. S. Dellis and sons Harvy and Nolan were Punhandle visitors Sat- urday. Nellie Jackson spent Saturday night with Dora Dellis. Miss Calloway of Amarillo was in Conway Saturday on business. L>r. C. Howard will leave Sat- urday night for Paduoah, Texas, mi business and will remain about 30 days. After that time he will return to remain perman- ently at Claude. We have on Hie in the oflluo of the Claude an extensive list of nam oh and mldreesoH of prospective...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 October 1915

EsM By HAROLD MAGGRATH *< by; tlhutrafd firom Stmm to f*o Photo Drama tf thtf Soma Nam* to> Dm V%anhomttr film Compmtqt/i, <qowrt«M> wu. i>t «wn M ia at>J Coutinued from two weeks ajro. When Florence el owed her the "per- sonal." her vague doubt* become la- h. ... - - r . j, atantly dissipated. The child would • et,hem *M • I,tB* « '," shout not have shown her the newspaper bu,Ier had there been any distrust on her 1 *n«,n**r let down the speed ■ I' "I'd give • good deal 16 lean." [ The shadow and the glowing cigar atto disappeared around the oorasr, and the tights In the apartment vara turned on again. "He's gone. Ton really think he's watching me?" "He Is watching this apartment. 1 know that much." And even at that moment the watch' or was watching from his vantage b hind the corner. "Suspicious!" ho murmured, tosslnt the cigarette Into the gutter. They're watching me for a change. Ill drop out. I know what I know. It's a great world. It's fine to be alive and kl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 October 1915

wiv;' ; LEW FIELD ^jr interesting and delightful comody, no natno is bet- ar known than LEW FIELDS, of the famous team of Peber aod Fields. Ia this rollicking comedy Lew Fields will give you all the pleasure you would get from a $2.00 ticket to a Broadway couiedy success. Mil. FIELDS is supported by one of the finest casts ever picked for a feature film< ' VIVIAN MARTIN and GEOIIGE 1IASSELL who play with hi in in the "High Cost of Loving" on the stage, sup- •port Mr. Fields in this play. MARIE EMPRESS, a famous English music hall star and a noted beauty, plays the part of the adventuress. CHARLES JUDELS, who made a great success in his interpretation of the Italian Opera Singer in "Twin Beds," will play his original part in "OLD DUTCH" CHARLES PRINCE was the principle comedian with Jeff de Angelis. May Irwin, James Powers and most of the big musical comedy stars. The cast also contains Otto Hoffman, Chester Harnett and an extremely line company. Here is an opportunity to enjoy A ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 October 1915

mm m it *>: K. Acker. *#!■■ )|BN Alexander Acker, b' n December, 14, 1858, near Whirling, WMt Virginia. In 1893 bo wan married to Annie Faulkner Parkor near Oakdale, Mo. Tliero lie lived until after Mm death of his wife wbtch oecured In I !! l. The dylUB wife lefl Hirpe little boys—ono a baby only ten day* old. The baby was adopted l>y bin broth- er-in-law, Mr. Edwin U. Parker of Houston. After u short time Mr. Ackcv wit' the other two little boys, George and Clifford, und his mother-in-law Mr*. K. F. Parker, came to Mr. 0. A. F. Parker's ranch near Claude, and Claude has been tho limue of Mr. Acker from that tlnre to the ' time of his death. On April i!'S, l'Oll, Mr. Avkcr was married to Miss Lela Finley of Claude, Texas. He had .been In poor health for sovoral years, but under the caro of his faithful, loving wife, he seemed to get better for a time, and his fricndB hoped Cor him a long life. Lai. !y be served upon a jury at Claude. Hit) wife begged him to get excused as he ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 October 1915

■■iH ?- : ■ ^ • V; '■«■ <■!">• ■•%•*■■ -ibAWtj®*' ,-..W.,' a,T .. . \,.u,.«r..E£ v^-. ■>,. i ". .«•« ;,,.u. . A ,-r . .„. . .„ r, .-■ f.-: > '.• 1- •*. .? -.. fe'r... u ■" ••: . ;£ v ■ • ... ,* -■ ■ : : ■> , 1 fife 1 ■■ ■ Bp W- • f iif eeri OR SEND ANY OTHER PLACE FOR YOUR DRUGS and Drug Sundries-We Carry a Complete Line of Drugs Stationery Hot Water Bottled Complete Line Toilet Articles Eastman Kodaks Waterman Fountain Pens Adolphus Chocolates High Class Manicure and Toilet Sets OUR-PRICES-ARE-RIGHT—We want you for a customer—If we don't have what you want—We get it for you. Try us Brook-Woodburn Drug Co. " The Nyal Quality Store" Get what you want at home-or Gel us to get it for you. j FRANCIS J. GABLE CHAMP CLARK AT COMING OCTOBER 16j AMARILLO, OCT. 14 Francis J. Gable, tin; man! ' hfinip Clark, the Spcakei wlio composes the second num- l°f 'lje House of IJepresentives, ber of the ten number Jjveenni' U l" speak at the Grand Then- Aniarillo, Thursdav. tre m Uiiri'f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

' sHfirrWwT'w ,:5:sS.' •■< -foj; '■* ■ ■ . t'~r-";'H VOL. XIV. IM ilfra ' . m v*>' FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY CILAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. OCTOBER J 5. 1015. ■x 'iff t ' A*# NO. ;Ji YOUNG BUSINESS MEN ORGANIZE GLUB / /. One night last week several persons met in the club room in the new Kignt building and or* genised what is to be knuwn ae the Claude 8ooial and Commer- cial Club.' The olub met again Tueeday night and adopted a constitution and by-laws. There are thirty members up to date. The purpose of the olub is to provide good wholesome and clean entertainment for its mem* bert, and—and this is the main object—keep an eye open for ev- ery opportunity that comes to the town of Claude and plan to make new ones. For the social side of the organization there is to be a library aud reading room provided, there are tables and easy chairs for the use of the members. Such games as forty- two, chess and checkers are also provided for, a lounge has al- ready been ordered, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

h" ft V Mi Pfji I *%. I v\-. nd atoek fields into cash by buy •ome cows, biefers and calve* and bull calves? I have them ait a reasonable price. See D. W. Badgley. W)8Tri-liAp robe, plush both side, horse-head design. Return to Nowa office and rccoive re- ward. The Wide - Awake Sunday- school class will give a Sunday- school social next Thursday night at W. A. Wilson's office. C. Wolf has been dolr.g some improving inside his barber shop this week. Kodak pictures developed and finished at Carr's Studio. Phone 165. FOR SALE]—Good young mule teams. Prices right and terms reasonable. See R. E. Logue, Washburn, Texas, or Roscoe Logue, Claude. Frank Lauderdale has been •doing some moving around in his tailor shop that makes it look like a different place. He is put- ting a big "two for a quarter" lft* Nbra 6h«id wa« up Goodnight College Sunday. Prof.' B. Hi Warren wis hose from Goodnight Saturdays Mitt Kathryne Taylor,, who is attending school at Canyon, camo home Saturday to visit over ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

58 **mw&mtsmm. vfamtrtmamp :9*Hm'* *... ft- '.'• ■- ■ ,. ■ ■ ■ ' '' v * > t ' '• • ■' . ' ■ , > Y.r -'.i . "i 1 ■ a imp IB • "' " '1 *' L" -u UW' «ii) Hi m*MMv > .t t fliB' A $ AT THE 0. F. SMAU-EY SALE BARN IN CLAUDE, TEXAS , October 20, 1915 Beginning at 10 o'Clock and Continuing Until Every Animal is Sold, the Following: Two Carloads of Two to Fivz-year-old Mares, Weighing from 1200to 1500 Pounds, Described as Follows: One pair of black fillies, 3 years old, weight 2,600 pounds;one pair black fillies, 4 years old, weight 2,800 pounds; four bay mares, 4 years old, weight 1,200 pounds each; one pair gray fillies, 2 years old, weight 2,400 pounds; four sorrell mares, 2 to 4 years old, weights 1,100 to 1,300 pounds each; six fillies, 2 to 4 years old, weights 1,100 Jo 1,400 pounds each; one pair of extra good gray mares, 5 years old, weight 2,800 pounds; five mares, 3 to 5 years old, weighis 1,000 pounds each; one gray mare, 5 years old, weight-1,100 pounds; one gray hor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

not be %' i: 1 I ccm las JA. bar ipre Meow) Lyceum num- will be pven, Saturday , October 16. Seven Stages of Wom- an will be given tonight, Oc- tober 15, by the Girls Basket Ball Team. Admission lOccute. Everybody come. Hoiior Roll of the lower grides for the first month fol- lows. Because of Miss Mc- Clniu's absence, no reports were given in that room. Miss Hunter's Boom: Vera Wiegman. Bertie Smalley. Nora Davis. Clifton Davis. Milton Boone. Miss Russell's Room: Olinda tirumke. Lewis Redus. William James. Bradford Moore. Tin^ McPhersou. Veta Ward. Margaret Moore. Dora Kemp. Myrtle Kemp. Miss Gorman's Room. Gretchen Brook. Hazel Russ. Ward Brady. Alice Grumke. Edward Woodburn. Estelle Wallace. Delma Collins. Annette Trent. Meachen McLaren. J -I'utJrKeene. The room making highest percentage in attendance and lAriffitrong County brv awarded dtpfetuas m IHf e best County Education ill Exhibit at the Panhandle Fair at Amatiljo. This should be on incentive to them to do even better work....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

AJ m 3 NOI'tii "iim.w— < m . urn*-**-*'*-1 y""1 ■imnMinir i n'l.,1 yiU'iuini Hi"". ' m n'i.i i.n'ii'i •iiiiiiijj.h.h.hi' CLAUDX AHMHTHONO CO ■ L : , • ! • ^ _ _ : L_ll J : : ' L. I ! ITRONG COUNTY *1r S3aSi«l *$** • AKMBTKOIsTO OOUiMT. TEXAS, OCWOBKl* 22. 11)15. tents from July 1st, 1915, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize9 cat mm 1 JI * ' V, ■ -■■■',*>■ '' Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. COUNTY CROPS MAKE CLAUDE A Francis J. Gable Captures Audience "Laugh and the World Laughs with You la His Philoso- phy of Life way Wnl Luugliolosophy! That's the word. Francis J. Gable lectured on this, subjcut at the High School Auditorium lust Sutruduy night. It means the philosophy of laughter-—it be just a good feeling to- iixl your neighbor, it may be a mild little laugh, it mtiy be loud uud rolling and cheerful, it may be a loud guffaw, or it may burst out in the form of long continued applause. It makes uo difference in which form it prese...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

■W-'l ig^«ta£ >\"'fl"' ;M'W| '•'■:> ■ y. -<y Austrlans. to eeme the Invaders, win have to light only who** doty it U to Mk. for the Serblana i m they have dona occasions—fall back until reaehed poeltlons la which wtH have the beat opportunity their ground. In (act mil-. Itary writers here do not expect a pitched battle on this front tor ten days or a fortnight by which time the allies' forces landed at Salonlki should have joined hands with the Serbians. The Bulgarians so far as is , known have not yet made any incur- sion Into Serbian territory and It Is believed that they will withhold their hands until they know how matters go with the Austro-Germans. Some Balkan authorities believed that the Balkans will not interfere with the move northward of the Anglo- < French armies, for to' do so would bring the shells of the warships into their ports on the .Black and] Aegean was, probably followed by the landing of Russian troops at Varna and Bur- gas and of other allied troo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

EM ?™ Wa mm y i to Mr, sad Mrt. Chwlw , Blant^v and Solon Dyr^ 8und*yeU in Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Centeri are bacit ty Claudefor another short visit. Kodak pictures developed and finished at Carr's Studio. Phone 1M. Harold Hamilton left Wednes- day night for Illinois ona'busi- ness trip. , / Money to loan on Armstrong county lands. W. A. Askew, Amarillo. Texas. , Prof. B. H. Warren of Good- night, was a business visitor to Claude Saturday. LOST—Lap robe, plush both side, horse-b^ad design. Return to News ofGoe and. receive re- gard. Coming soon, at the Claudia Theatre, "A Fool There Was," a Big Feature you can't afford to miss. Robert Warwick in a William A. Brady feature, "The Dollar Mark," at the Claudia tonight' Admission, 10 and 20 cents. Why not turn your strawstacks and stock fields into cash by buy- ing some cows, hiefers a^d calves and bull ualves? 1 have theui at a reasunablu pricu. Sue D. \V. Badgley. The Claudia shows the best pictures made, the Mutual pro- gram, represen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

^ 2 ■mm::: Jru""r>- ■ k}\ ffil P$ * ' mmi; I I Apt of Tomatoes. I' " ■■'> I <J. M. BBNTtiT, Tenn?««*.> la much may be "accomplished In I control of Insects and fungous i by the use tft Insecticide* and more attention should ba to the prevention of the Intro- i ot crop pests by judlclousleg- itlon, to the selection ot resistant < that* to tbe elimination ot weeds , Mid wortbless plants whlcb harbor ' pests or act as Intermediary hosts ' and are often of the same family as : those under cultivation, to Judicious rotation^of props and to better drain- ' \ age, cultivation and fertilization. Cultural methods of overcoming at- tack and injury by pests are based upon a knowledge of their habits and life histories. Simple rotation, sea- ' son of planting, the use of trap plants, fall plowing, early planting, and many other average operations of the farm, If done with an Intelligent knowledge ot the habits and development of the pests to be controlled, will often ot themselve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

mmm / Ifhutratad from Scant* In thi Photo Drama of tha ' Sams Nam* by tha Thanhousar Film Company F* 'I V yp *1 :||p| •i 'V ' v, V' 4 «i (OtpfriCbt, UU> bf BhoM KaaQrath) •YNOPSIt. Stanley Htrtrravi, millionaire, after •.miraculous escape from the den of a* (sag of brilliant thieves known a* • Black Hundred, Uvea the life of a raoluae for eighteen years. Hi on* night enter* a Broadway rant and there comes face to fi Hargreave y reatau- face with the gang's leader, Bralne. After the meeting, during which nei- ther man apparently recognises the •ther, Hargreave hurries to his mag- nificent Rlverdale home and lays plans for making hie escape from the coun- try. He Writes A letter to the girls' echool In New Jersey where eighteen years before ha had mysteriously left nn the doorstep his baby daughter. Florence Gray. He also pays a visit to the hangar of a daredevil aviator. Bralne and members of his band sur- round Hargreave's home at night, but aa they enter the house the watchers B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

HfflPsUsSSe FtMB' v. • - R S¥a ; life !f , H , \Q '# i~! tve no use for food and • clothing after you are dead, but . Wife and Children will still need clothing and three meals a day, and it is up to you to make am- ple provision, so far as you are able, for your family. The best, easiest and cheapest way to do this is to take out a NEW LIFE policy issued by the ILLINOIS BANKERS LIFE ASSOCIA- TION. W. R. Gibson, District Agent. M SMilfl is wxwmim The Claudia ..Mt. -* ■ We have started the "Million Dollar Mys- tery" again" \ It will be shown each Thursday until fin- ished. Look for advertise- ment on Feature Fri- day. The Claudia Three Removes Are As Bad As a Fire We hava a ad the 'irt and four removes sinco boing in business in C Uude. 'j his week, the next or the next one, we will move in to room No. 2 of the Cavins-Watson block. WJtion j'ou buy at tho G^to City Drug Store you get what you -ask for and get your money's worth. Drugs, Drug Sundries, Kodaks, All School supplies nd 8ch...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

: . . . WiM^g 'tiff :V.'J « If$b '$$! x'- Im, mmm E# ,„_., HSrliSi SS£r w-' I > AtfNdll * tibbjr CUe*« H" grocer $ Are Thty (till Friends? The young women present were dis- cussing their ages. And one of the (lrri. tald:' "I .don't know what It is about my appearance, but everybody always guesses me a lot younger than I really am." A^d another of the girls answered, oh, so sweetly: "Oh,- that's after they have heard you talk, isn't it, dear?" Good Reason. First Motorist—This is terrible heat. Second Motorist—But you must re- member we have been scorching. DON'T GAMBLE that your heart's all right. Make sure. t Take "Renovine"—a heart and nerve tonic. Price BOc and $1.00.—Adv. Explanation. "What's an automobile lunch?" "Why, the kind you see put up all ready for a motor trip." Smile, smile, beautiful clear white clothes. Iled Cross Ball Blue, American made, therefore beet. All grocers. Adv. There are 28,000 printing establish- ments in Italy. Ask anybody about it—Hanford's Balsam. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 October 1915

SMfi: Swll pr**- which can bis Mid of vety few shows. Fields' ^deUgbtftrl natural qujet mauuer of acting makes biui a universal • favorite, and in "Old Dutch" he is at bis best iu action and in dialogue. It is hoped he will come back again soon. W*ry i :■ City Garage to Oc- cupy New Building Work has been commenced on n ii3W building for the City Garage. This building will bo located just east of the present location. It will have a concrete floor and will be built of sheet steel. The new building will be considerably larger than their present building. The building is being erected by C. O. Kijjht At the Methodist Church. We have but two Sundays left before our annual conference con- venes. I very greatly desire a full attendance at our services on the part of our members, and friends. We especially urge a full attend- ance next Sunday. Let those who have not been out to church for some time come. We will have something of special interest. All strangers in our city and all friends...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

AJ m 3 NOI'tii "iim.w— < m . urn*-**-*'*-1 y""1 ■imnMinir i n'l.,1 yiU'iuini Hi"". ' m n'i.i i.n'ii'i •iiiiiiijj.h.h.hi' CLAUDX AHMHTHONO CO ■ L : , • ! • ^ _ _ : L_ll J : : ' L. I ! ITRONG COUNTY *1r S3aSi«l *$** • AKMBTKOIsTO OOUiMT. TEXAS, OCWOBKl* 22. 11)15. tents from July 1st, 1915, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize9 cat mm 1 JI * ' V, ■ -■■■',*>■ '' Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. COUNTY CROPS MAKE CLAUDE A Francis J. Gable Captures Audience "Laugh and the World Laughs with You la His Philoso- phy of Life way Wnl Luugliolosophy! That's the word. Francis J. Gable lectured on this, subjcut at the High School Auditorium lust Sutruduy night. It means the philosophy of laughter-—it be just a good feeling to- iixl your neighbor, it may be a mild little laugh, it mtiy be loud uud rolling and cheerful, it may be a loud guffaw, or it may burst out in the form of long continued applause. It makes uo difference in which form it prese...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 October 1915

■W-'l ig^«ta£ >\"'fl"' ;M'W| '•'■:> ■ y. -<y Austrlans. to eeme the Invaders, win have to light only who** doty it U to Mk. for the Serblana i m they have dona occasions—fall back until reaehed poeltlons la which wtH have the beat opportunity their ground. In (act mil-. Itary writers here do not expect a pitched battle on this front tor ten days or a fortnight by which time the allies' forces landed at Salonlki should have joined hands with the Serbians. The Bulgarians so far as is , known have not yet made any incur- sion Into Serbian territory and It Is believed that they will withhold their hands until they know how matters go with the Austro-Germans. Some Balkan authorities believed that the Balkans will not interfere with the move northward of the Anglo- < French armies, for to' do so would bring the shells of the warships into their ports on the .Black and] Aegean was, probably followed by the landing of Russian troops at Varna and Bur- gas and of other allied troo...

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