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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

WSL ® „,^ SSr@rei® r/-fJ^v'';;'jfi^#*'ri^ WWf^s PStJl KpH £. . k -(fy'J r ill 'J\ v SYNOPSIS. •—15— Humphrey Van Weyden, critic and dllat- tmnt«, flndg himself aboard the sealing schooner Ohost, Captain Wolf Larsen, bound to Japan waters. The captain makes him cabin boy "for the good of hla soul." The cockney cook. Mugrldge, la jealous of Hump and haxes him. Wolf hases a seaman and makes It the hauls for a philosophic discussion with Hump Cooky and Hump whet knlveB at each other. Hump's Intimacy with Wolf In- creases. Wolf sketches the story of his life, discusses the Bible and Omar, and Illustrates the Instinctive love of life by choking Hump nearly to death. A car- nival of brutality breaks loose In the ship. Wolf proves himself the master brute. Is knocked overboard and wins clear In a light In the forecastle. Hump dresses Wolf's wounds and, despite his £fOtest, Is made mate on the hell-ship. Ir. Van Weyden tries to learn his duties as mate. Van Weyden proves by his con- duct In ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1916

wm I pT yer? Do the wor3s appeal to you as .a r _Jfc flafiiiition ? — " Prayer ie h souto sincere desire unuttered or expressed." In reading the Rtory of the Christ it ie related (hat he not only prayed but that he spent all. night in prayer on the mountain, away from every obliitoed «w toentaleffort, (Ills theaoul. Does the sinoere desire of the aoulbe* come so Intense tha# solitude is sought, and the soul wrestles with its God to the exolusion of sleep fctr a whole night? If not, why not? An individual must examine himself or herself for an answer to these questions. Do not the lives of many of good people, those who claim .... .. Of'tS muchlo oret,> •how firth the benefMK*! , acts toward their fellow matter of no dispute among men, generally,especially among those who have tried it. *- • ,7 i • onV,-alone with his God. His I to believe the efficiacy of prayer, example is sought by those who indicate that prayer has been aim to follow his teachings. much indulged? 1 ossmly the ...

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

m mi J '• MivA « . ,: •'. 0) 1> JJ 0 : 5i f • r^ !• % ' K: :'■*■*• ,v"\ iifi 1 '-'4 ' ; ... v./'.;,:;{u > FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY VOX,. 14. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. A PRIX 7. 191G. NO. *29 * REUBEN M. ELLERD LOOKS TO THE FUTURE Hon. Reuben M. Ellerd BUSTER BROWN AND HIS LITTLE BOG TIGE J. W. Martin, wide-awake pro- prietor of The, Mercantile, had Buster Brown and his "daWy;," Tige, with, us Monday of this week. The street in front of The Mer- cantile was crowded with boys, girls, men and women anxious to soe Buster pull off some "stunts" and they were not disappointed. Tige sat up with his cap on, smoked a cigarette, a pipe, and did many other things which amused the crowd, while Buster made a splondid speech in favor of Buster Brown shoes. The boy who climbed the lad- der to the awning, where Buster and Tige porformed, and was awarded the prize for wearing Buster Brown shoes, was Master li, J. Craft. He received a watch and Buster Brown fob. The little girl wh...

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

IMS mSmm^ t heads welfare department Louis A. Coolldge, chairman of the welfare department of the Na- tional Civic federation, is a scholar and writer of ripe attainments as well as a man of large business interests. After several years as a Washington correspondent he was appointed, in 1908, assistant secretary of the treas- ury, and the following year resigned to become treasurer of the United Shoe Machinery company, a position he still holds. Welfare work, according to Mr. Coolidge, whose experience entitles him to Judge, raises wages, increases the employer's profits and brings the stockholder larger dividends. It adds nothing to the cost of production, for that cost is all absorbed in increased efficiency in the plant. "Unless employees are in prime physical condition," said Mr. Cool- itige in conversation the other day, "we must look for a positive loss in effectiveness, for general lassitude and for lack of deflniteness in action, business enthusiasm and ambition to excel—all...

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

5tP*® '^IPwf^P VMW'V&Wfc ■ '; *®r $E& '■ u ■'•"•' ;•: " ' - .VJ# "* - • ,M "'- : •- * "' * t* 0 n t 'A f* A V V. •. -r-n «$j r-<-r~V' '-•*'*•'%■ ** '-'-^'*r-.' «•• ' •■ *'* #■*$$''.• £ $, •■ -; * ' '■' " v 'V- ' ; '". #1 RilHi|M THE CLAtJfH* NEW8 . * 0) i) o I GAS, INDIGESTION 'Tape's Diapepsin" fixes sick, sour, gassy stomachs in five minutes. 4 Time It! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion, heart- burn, sourness or belching of gas, acid, or eructations ot undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, or toul breath. Pape'a Diapepsin is noted tor its •peed In regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most cer- tain indigestion remedy in the whole world, and besides It is harmless. Please for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any store and put your stomach right. Don't keep on being miserable 1—life Is too short—you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and digest It; en- joy it, ...

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

ES9Sot£': m I (WlilBBIIIIIBliWMBWl ?PP mmm BKH feed otCan* 1on April 21*', wfnch will 1(4 the postoffloe at Claud* i M MBond-olMi rnaHtVi 11.80 pci Annual in Advmce ADfCRTISING RATES EFFECTIVE AFTER JAN. 1, 191# sway an liudienee of editors move thau the oratorical pow- ers of a Patrick Henry. 10 centi a llne,sixJwords to the line. Display on front page 2oc per The Ford County News, one of the ablest edited papers in North Texas, gives us informa- tion relative to a successful Clean-Up Day at Crowell. All follow suit. It Column inch,wpeeial location 25c r col- {0wns should ■mn inch ElH«wht:re in paper 12 l-2e! , ... , p?r column inch-raloa on larg. space I ™^ns loss li.es, less germs am ■Bn M mHf by express. The extift cost ot transportation oVur tbe freivht charges was only #25 per auto. We appreciate the fact that the anto Craze is bad but had no idea that it was dangerous In last Tuesday's city election the same officers were elected as we had before as to our uldermen, and Jvdge...

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

*4. '1 i ' ! ) . P^egRSfc "-jt \ ' ' ft ■■ Hi .- .TOres^f! t } ,i ■:$ © Miss Lois Roberts wfts a Clarendon visitor Saturday and Sunday. John Black sbipnedacarofmules to Fort Worth Saturday of last week. R. L Corneilus returned from Ft. Worth Wednesday where tie sold a car of mules. The market was very good. ''/ . ' il i - v' *r i.. ► -4 Srt *Tlie Child «f God" at the /Earnest Barnes Is entertaining his father, who canje in recently from Collin county,/Tej^as, to visit the former. Professor Fedus, of Claude high school, called Monday to have some printing done for the Senior class play, which oociira! Thursday night this week at the school auditorium. News comes hero that Jennie West, daughter of Rev. <\ D. M. T. James, J. E. Younger and West of Paducah, was stricken MrS. G. F. Neal and ijon George went to AmBrillo Monday. Carl Burchem of Hughlett spent the week end at Claudo. J. E. Manz and J. Grimee of Washburn were business callers ! in Claude Monday. Mrs. J, W. Martin camo up ...

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

M AI Kip * • ■■ • ' wM H < If tongue it , Mated, give "California aamK- Syrup of Figs." lore this "fruit laxative*" nothing elae cleanse* the tender Uver and bowela bo nicely. A child limply will not atop playing to empty the bowel*, and the reault la become tightly clogged with liver geta aluggiah, atomach then your little one become* halt-ilck, feverlih, don't eat, Bleep or act naturally, breath ii bad. aystem full of cold, haa aore throat, Stomacb-ache or diarrhoea. Listen, Mother! Bee if tongue la coated, then glre a teaspoonful of "California Byrup of FlgB," and in a few hours all .the constipated waste, sour bile and undigeated food passei out of the sys- tem, and you have a well child again. Millions of mothers give "California Syrap of Figs" because it is perfectly harmless; children love it, and it nev- er fails to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask at tbe store for a 50-cent bottle Of "California Syrup of Figs," which haa full directions for babies, children of a...

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

.'fl f ti v r t i vi : ^ M ' •'? ■■':.rf' /" "'v •'' . T H S C t AV P E N E W 8 Green chauffeurs make fat repair ■bops. ■- • * .■ i \ ; tMm ♦ v* ' m M if 0) 0) GLEM LNEH MID BOWELS MT WAY Just Onee! Try "Godson's Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti- pated, Headachy—Don't Lose a Day's Work. Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel One and cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am- bition. But take no nasty, danger- ous calomel, because It makes you ■Ick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of tho bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's When you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to me! If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer ■ells you a 50 cent bottle of Godson's Liver Tone under my personal money- back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your slug...

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

f®r >'f>fv". ■• ials for Saturday :y a® 8 bars white soap 25c 10 bars yellow soap 15c 3 lb. pie peaches, kraut, hominy, salmon, corn 10c 10 c box axle grease 5c Mens big hats $1 Heavy overall 90c Big lot ladies ladies ready-to-wear Dont forget Peters shoes are better McCORD'S RACKET STORE HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE two years, FAKM AND RANCH one year, and THE CLAUDE NEWS one year for only two dollars. This is a mighty good proposition for new subscribers and for those whose subscriptions have expired and who want to renew them. Advertise—if you have a milch cow, some hogs, some furniture, plow, or anything else to sell, or if you want to buy anything— advertise in The News. 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 T...

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

m 1P8 m v.-: ■ ■#>-<■ hi i . '. J*."t 1 ' FOR CLAUDE AND AfcMSTRONG COUNTY Wm Ifa V /VOL. 14. -THE NEWS EDITOR CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. APRIL 14. 1910. NO. 30 VISITS GOODNIGHT * n :> In company with Doctor Curl the News man had the pleasure of visiting the progressive school town of Goodnight, our sister city on the southeast. Monday morn- ing of this week, and to meet and form the acquaintance of a num- ber of her citizenship, which was appreciated very much by the latter. We* took the early morning train, hence, on arriving at Good- night, we immediately went to the Hart hotel, which is run by Mrs. 'J. T. Hart in a moat home- like manner, and there we en- joyed a hearty breakfast. The - doctor warned us about eating too much but his warning did no v" good as we proceeded to lay in a full days supply. We found S. M. Kennington, ^ poplar station agent of that town at hi?po& on duty, and he is a congenial gentlemen to meet. Mr. Kennington has a nico seven room re...

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

KraaSi X. rheumafsm and lumbago sufferers should drink phosphated hot water each morning before breakfast MP ©«■ ■ OF RHEUMATISM Just as coal, when it burns, leaves behind a certain amount of incombus- tible material in the form of ashes, so the food and drink taken day after day leaves in the alimentary canal a cer- tain amount of indigestible material, which if not completely eliminated each day, becomes food for the mil- lions of bacteria which infest the bow- els. From this mass of left-over waste material, toxins and ptomaine-like poi- sons, called uric acid, is formed and then sucked into the blood where It continues to circulate, collecting grain by grain in the joints of the body much like rust collects on the hinge •a shown above. Men and women who suffer from lumbago, rheumatism or sore, stiff, aching joints should begin drinking phosphated hot water, not as a means to magic relief from pain, but to pre- vent more uric acid forming in the system. Before eating breakfast ea...

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

MEL MAKES 1 % 0GH1 ITS BURY AND UAIES j my, fesPil i$ %'sii SwWssjSH FP^WSPBRES pPf®'; ywffi wm ■ '• ® f ■ mmf'; ■. ■ ' •SSWMIK « WMMK IGK. era HwR For Infanta and Children. Mothers Knew That Genuine Castoria Always Writ! Beautify Your Halrl Make It 8oft, Fluffy and Luxuriant—Try the Moist Cloth. QUALITIES OF THE LEGHORNS ALCOHOL- 3 PER GEKT AVfcgetabltPtepaiafionforA* find the Stomachs and Bowe Imams Childiun Straighten Up! Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With "Dodson's Liver Tone." O O ' r .1. o I? w !«• % JO'S IgQ N <S Promotes Digestion,Gieerful- ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. Hot Narcotic. MKfruoutkSAm/urnaa, iW- Bears the Signature of vtftrjrm* Flmror . A"perfcit Remedy fbrComfijJa' •tlon.Soiir StomachDiurrhnea, Worms. Feverishness and Loss of Sleep. fbc-Simile Signature (if C&frbffZ5£/. TUB CBKTAUR COMPAjfn NEW YORK. AI C> month s old J^DdSKS ]jCl.NTS 1 In Use For Over Thirty Years CISTORU Birds Are 8o Active...

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

W. .$& Wl Wi M^U W&>-t Crownoflfi^ Siv 1 * Vf m ,1 [■1 11 ~ m ncements Rep* of 123 Diet, State Legisla. COL T. J. TILSON ^ Dist. Atty. 47th, Judioial District HENRY S. BISHOP EARNEST T. MILLER Few County Judge H. L. MOBLEY For Couuty and Distaict Clerk. F. A. (Coon) HOOD E. C. CAYTON DEE WILSON For Sheriff mid Tax Collector: J. D. woodburn For Cour.ty Treasurer MRS. T. E. McCALEB For Tax Assesgoi: J. F. SEWELL. w. t. McLaren g m james For Public Weigher, Pet. No. 2 W. R. IRBY Yes, Jerry, our School was a wonderful success every standpoint. Fair from a big rain fell here yesterday which causes our farmers and business men to smile a smale that just won't come oft'. (far form of Government, t,he beat that-(the world has ever known, is good only because the people under it can make it what they want it to be What they will make it de pends on the spirit that ani- mates the people. The govern- ment is good in its' form be- cause the people make prog- ress. The Government alwa...

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

• w, *wm V'- '-I FOR SALE—Sweet Singing Cant' ry birds at right prices. Phone 97. tf MMMMMMI#* pSSgfo•' v ■ -M--''-.r ' • < '1, wwssy PH f " TUESDAY, APRIL 18 "GOD'S WITNESS A play of wholesome thrills, humau interest and intense realism. The beautiful and popular Florence La Badie plays the part of the persecuted heroine, a brave, loyal American girl, the type everyone loves. The result is a play, full of sentiment, action -and mystery, made doubly interesting hy intense realism. THURSDAY, APRIL 20 ''Captain JUacklin" A real war drama, superbiy pictured, Lillian Gisli is featured as the star. Most of the scenes in this stirring story of adventure are laid m Honduras, during an exciting revolution in that tempestous country. Although full of plot and intrigue, the play is saved from sensationalism by a pretty love theme. NEW EASTER MILLINERY —M—B8' Now on display. Come early and avoid the the rush. Some real bargains in mid-summer millinery. Lou Dodson "World's Wonder" The regist...

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

•fed oonld not r**t it ore tired in themorn- os going to bed. Mr doc- ■fift i ,'i BVtSKsurft £ ' give km at relief. By chance ri my husband was in town tad Dr. KiWi 8**mn>lt«ot on a thelf and decided to bring • (or mo to try; the trst bottle relief that I continued the use _>Root until I was restored to ilth, and I have had good health the hat ten yean. I cheerfully rec- ommend Swamp-Root to otbera who hav* kidaey trouble*. Your* truly. MINNIE DOROtjGH. Antlers, Okla. Personally appeared before me this Brat day of March, 1915, Minnie Dorough, yho subscribed the above statement and mado oath that the eame ia true in sub- itance and in fact. ED. BROWN, Notary Public, In and for Pushmataha County and State of Okla. ftwe What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yos Bend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bot- tle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable infor- mation, telling about the kidneys and blad- der. When writing, be sur...

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

msm & x \&- i 1 - ' I I' 1 •• I I 10 ) 1 Q fMid Good Demand for All Farm Products. It is bo new experience for settlera located In a fertile country such aa Western Canada, where lands may be bought at very reasonable prices, to harvest a crop that in one season pays the entire «ost of their farm. Undoubt- edly this was the experience or many farmers during 1915, but one instance may be quoted. A settler who came to Canada from the United States some years ago decided to add to his holdings by buying an adjoining quar- ter section near his home at Warner, at $20.00 an acre, with terms spread over a period of years. He got the land Into a good state of cultivation and last spring put the whole quarter section in wheat. When the crop was threshed he found that it only took half the wheat on the farm to pay the whole purchase price of It; in short a single year's crop paid the cost of the land, paid all the expenses of op- eration and left him a handsome sur- plus as profit. Th...

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

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 \ >^4 WO To transact your banking and carry your account it this with 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 Thursday in the interest of the School Fair. W. J. Hardy is looking after his farming interests near Hedley this week. Brother McKenzie went to Wich- ita Falls Monday. He will be ab- sent several days. R. H. Brown was called to Wich- ita Falls Sunday on urgent business. Col. C. Goodnight an...

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

liMI! n VOL. 14. FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY mljiimj i iii r. ... OLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, APRIL 21. (* m '■< fl m '.1 o o <3 V THIRTY YEARS AGO IN CLAUDE, TEXAS Sometime ago ] noticed an ar- tide in the Claude News asking for letters written by old settlers of Armstrong county, and as I am the earliest settler of Claude excepting Mr. Cavanaugh, I will endeavor to give you a small sketch of my early days in Arm- strong county. I moved from Fort Worth to this county in November, 1887, and stopped at Suthard section house, and remained there on those bleak, cold plains until May 1888, spending 7 months there, not seeing a womans face except as they passed on the train. Just as far as my eyes could see there was not a thing to see but long- horned cattle and sometimes a cowboy. The snow storms were fierce that winter,the cattle would drift with the wind,and you could trail them by the dead cows and calves which had frozen to death along the trail. Mr. Hawkins, a man w...

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

li *18:' KfSilS! Mt Wflmm W tM' VWv mf. Vr,*** - — of Life I had a ta> nor •• Itrn u i child's head. The doctor Mid it vh three yean coming and gave me medi- cine for it until I was called away from the city for some time. Of course I could not go to him then, so my sister-in-law told ime that she thought Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound would cure it. It helped both the Change of Life and the tumor and when I got home I did not need the doctor. 1 took the Pinkham remedies until the tumor was gone, the'doctor said, and I have not felt it since. I tell every one how I was cured. If this letter will help others you are welcome to use it. '* —Mrs. E. H. Bean, 625 Joseph Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, a pure remedy containing the extractive properties of good old fash- ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs of woman's system at this critical period of her life.. Try it If there is any symptom in your case which puzzles you, write to the Lydia...

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