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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 November 1915

-ff* ■' ■•***■•£ •• • '> "<£> 5? ^ * ; " F^:mW'5^'^S Hafevr^yKg « !W MUM for Winter S'.'■'« f-w.. rogpsfjip^rsp^^ .«r;':r' ;.m5 - f?r-: ' v«>■• v-;; '"- '■ ^i... «" ' ■■ : ' '■■■:■•■- rfi:' - - ■;; :: *••>.- <?.•■.■- ■ \ " '? ■ - V ■ ^ . • .,• 3 . . ' T H E C L A U.D E NEWS 5 ■ X*l« i^i> WWW ■ i imim i ■ .a ■ mmmmmm, i■—n■ , , CUinFW DUAL-PURPOSE CATTLE GROWING IN FAVOR m w Prize-Winning Aberdeen-Angus Cattle. The Aberdeen-Angus originated In Scotland and was first brought to the United States In 1873. They are raised extensively In Iowa and Illinois and many other of the central states, and are rapidly growing In popularity in every section. Large numbers of tills breed are being raised In Argentina. By somo breeders they are not consid- ered to be as well adapted to range eondltlens as some other of the bcof breeds, however. They are but slight- ly smaller than Shorthorns anil they mature almost as early (at about thir- MIXTURE FOR PASTURE ty months). They are...

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

: •• in > t it|hfc ppp .. '"*■ -" ■.. • " M : ■-. bW s Ford Stolen; Found at Claude DU. WOLCOTT, OCULIST Eye, Ear, Nos«, Throat,-' Catarrh, Eye- Tested, Glasses Fitted Without Drug!. Amarillo, Texas. V/ilLBe Pres«ntcd Hero bv Jca'i and Ord Bohaniian With Musical Sellings. NVit innlnnl * v\ 111 Ihr ({i j-I I tl «s I ini| ^rlpptrrl in forinpr HNi.mn wiili ih-oir m;cf Pllanpoir. pfngritm fit' vor;il .inil nnl iim*ntj | nnmbpir: dialer! irnpor ?r ni tiope. m'lpi'fl ro«dipr. iimm jnH Orr| P«*'hapr ^p appear thi - '^wn in a. • b r P «*- art p I u > f- n !111e>r] f ri P' Matr mrtn'al V^ni'ire P^pac ia i1 fa IhfT ivm pv f u M " o i ? 41' IR f • o r r ■*> 11 ;t | t; c - " • I iti •nil i hurrring fnna r?l -f.Hin"'; air inlet • flien n It'll ihj p r l rjppnvt |jn U V it .11 for ■ i*<-> -; u IT-c «Ji>i 411«i i'ir and rn-p ir: iaitirf| mc: l!ir |oi. roa'fl from laU"hlor l< tcais and hack a 2 n i ii. C A F^nl nntniilobih' Moiiji' inii to jl.lin ir. Trollinger, whs siiijoil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

... _ l,5«l t ■ " *' " v'?fi . I...' '"'. - ' ;®*'"':i - ■ ,.;1' * ■ • is /&?.£• .^•ftT4■ "f®! j .mmmm FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY VOTXIV. CLAUDE. ARM8T.R()N(i COUNTY. TKXAS. NOV KM liKH 12. 1 )l r . NO.* Grain Shipments from July 1st, 1915, to October 1, 1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars Maize 9 cars- ** t J y - t , Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. THE BOHANNAN ARE COMINGNEXT TUESDAY Oho! Oho!! The Bohannans, who arc coming next Tuesday night, November 16, have a varied and interesting pro- gram, rendered by truly great artists. The program consists of reading", impersonations, tenor solos, soprano Young Men JOHN THOMAS ROPER ;P A. Whale.y B. V. P. U. SOCIAL Rev. Cameron Forge Checks] WAS PROMINENT MASON Addresses Club SATURDAY EVENING Returned Here Two young men, who "blowed" in John Thomas Roper passed to the fipm somewhere, to work lived high great beyond last Friday, October and bought heavily fo- a few hours Tuesday. They gave live checks in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

rfw-WtP w« *•' v.- ill Rf,:> B®':. k vA, . Vr?t - I c i. X.^r P~tw $►:>* * 4^ " ,.:" -* '♦ f* „ ,"H -(Sg-rtJseij*" .L^jgr* ■ *>*mm -.^'J liwsiasS Funeral procession of the members of the crew of the American submarine F-4 who perished when the vea- ■el sank in Honolulu harbor, ou its way to Arlington National cemetery at Washington. BRIDGE AT LILLE IS TARGET FOR ALLIES If liiiis 1tifiTiifi*rSrfrif II irfri riYiiYfn' i'n' l^fTajavjit F«od That la Pr«|MMiy MMWRf in NutrKlva Qualltlaa, It has long been a joke how cats and dogs, when out of aorta, 11y to trass or aome kind ot green food (or relief. The anlnal knowa by in- etlnct what only a few human beluga are beginning to learn from expe- rience—namely, that nature haa pro- vided vegetablea of the leaf order, rich In mineral salts. These salts pos- sess a double power—they not only combine with the adds and polaona In the body, rendering them power less, but they also drive them out of the system altogether. It Is not too muc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

-;Sf. mm fWi±{ '$$$L THE CLAUDE NEWS gtumb. b in, n sickens stop m uiwe in Don't Lose a Day's WorkI If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."--lt's Finel a dose ot You're bilious! Your liver Is slug- gUh! You feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked out Your head is dull, your tongue Is coated; breath bad; stomach ■our and bowels constlputed. 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 like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramp- ing. If yon want to enjoy the nicest, gen- tlest liver and bowel clcansing you aver experienced Just take a spoonful ef harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or Cealer sells you a GO-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your Sad Days. Big sister was reading in her-book of poems: "The melan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

$"V A-;''! MID i^SlijEtfSl'KI®^,WW?WW3IHW^l^' ~'kl ;{ 4S il' ';ufe)V.i;*K r.SWltor. fawsfff, :''<)'«■ '•■« • '•" i'v1]# . , | |l th* poakoffles at 0l«>4*> l*^^. '" *.WKw ll .'«M r« v*> t SqWcnprion-ll.Ofl P" Annum i A^. j p)6 ])v|t|)ji i;M.V who will «f« than has beeu doae during the whole century that has just past. It is a great dream. Wit Anr bi.irtcem©nt Pot- Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWELL /Voffce to Lodges, etc. From now on we will b<> com- pelled to collect for Incite Notices" before they a.re pub- lished. It is not tbat lodge people are not generally good pay, but it is entirely too much trouble to collect. For instance we-have a fifty-cent accouotcn hand now that lias to bo ap- proved by three persons be- fore we can get our money. It takes two or three dollars to collcct such an account. Frcm aow on do not a.sk us to pub- lish your lodge notices without giving us the money This a a rule we will not deviate from. great colleges at soine of our ! progressive cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

m m' {'iji |§E mm 91 ,yfr sm |P m*T-. P/t« LOCAL AND PERSONAL i- November 5th. f; Read the ads In The News, Jfp ' , t / All the latest style folders at Carr's Studio. Parmer Right is here visiting with relatives, Eventually-—The Imperial Bar- ber Shop—Why Not Now? ' ■I. 10. Patterson was transacting business in Amarillo Monday. Kodak pictures developed and finished at Carr's Studio. I'hone 105. Frank Lauderdale was an Ama- ritlo ww an Amarillo visitor'.Tues- day. I Turkeys lor i ale—A lew choice Bronze Tomb, price JS2.50.—Mrs. C. B. Hunter. I ■{ \ oW this week. ■ "y>)o«y is bu. • • ( and mackinaws and o' ureoats 1<.. _:! \VU -.Tj v. : up from wiareuUon Cuiioge oaiuruay and Sunday visiting with home folks. J'he o iles reported in last week v \ s ■ ere made through W. H. Bowie Land Co. If you want to sell see them. The Claude News and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Daily and Sunday, for only S3.73. This of- fer is good only until December lo. The construction work for the Magnoli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

i i3ml "& ^ i i By HAROLD MACGRATH Ithutraitd from Scent* In the Photo Drama of the Noma by the Thonhouser Film Company (Copyright, IBM, by H rotd lOoGrmUtf SYNOPSIS. i ■Unity Hargreave, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the deft of the sane of brilliant thieve* known aa the Black Hundred, llvee the life of a recluee lor eighteen years. Hargreave accident- ally meets Bralne, leader of the Black dred. Knowing Bralne will try to get ha escapes from his own home by a lloon. Before escaping he writes a let- tor to the girl's school when eighteen yearabefon he mysteriously loft on the aooretep his baby daughter, Florence Qray. That day Hargreava also draws pae million dollars from the bank, but It b reported that this dropped Into the sea, when the balloon he escaped tn was punc- tursd. Florence arrives from the girls' school. Countess Olga, Bralne's compan- ion, visits her and claims to N a rela- tive. Two bogus detectives call, but their Mot la foiled by Norton, a newspap...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

liiwl 0 ') > I ,.,' ■ •<::. m&w. $($te •assfe'iP' a8*$<S£ ■ 3$*iPHi*W£&£ (ft tffSUS OfflRtflflfffrMMCVLTl/ftfr-* m r&. /Z££2££ft " -"TO HE federal regulations for the protection of shoreblrds, waterfowl and other migratory birds are being strict- -—^ ly enforced during the fall shooting season, in •t— recent years a number of causes have contributed to diminish the numbers of the migratory game birds to such an extent that vigorous measures are necessary to prevent their total extermination. The federal government has therefore supplement- ed the various state laws with regu- lations which are given below. Shoreblrds In particular—including anlpe, woodcock, ourlew, avotfet, plo- ver, yellow-legs and sandpipers or "peeps"—have suffered from persecu- tion. As late as the seventies these birds were found in vast numbers not only on tho sea coasts and near the Great Lakes but even on the prairies Since thon, however, they have been slaughtered mercilessly. One man I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 November 1915

On The "Kiity" Oeinf toCiiuroH. T$t mttrwd* fi* f «t vwnwiur 't>e «"•«* mom educator* - )f t'm nation. A hig .WtrNwrjliitWi Issuing an .order a| fna' : iminornHi.v Is mpt* '■-! 1 >! elite! than ihr mr,st py'ierP.il "Mm"".- the ("Br of * •tine tkK'k ofttliriet lia« 'more iufluent* (or. righteous- "ntss than tht+tar of the great conflagration, Mr C t. Sebafl. President of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Linss, Then iskid 'hat that road was do'cg k":it{ '" '•*• tor aid influencing itllflou* gio>tli and moral progtiit of the. counlrr hi* tail" a; said In part; 'T '® M . K •?• T Lvaes •« e . liberal as the In* *111 V ruii' in HtiilBg pa«*« for VtHjioas and charitable l-nrpf.-ox. 'V* giro fire t-.aneporu .on t« «ii:li" v.- and ;tm '-lie 'erg.v half relet. and «• also make reduced i*'f« reUs.-«t s ronfsrem s, mirventlone. «•« tt if oar polio- « ■ o-«r >*>Vlr • «->• " v posr'Ult thpt ; . (lUiinon rarriev <- r ronv''emty rio m ih. uplift <■* rnm.m'inHiM era j ■'I've. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

m '• I-'. / } () 'f O I : r^7; WWW / •: Jr VOL.. XIV. FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY OLAUDR, ARMSTRONG- COUNTY. TEXAS. XOVTCMBISR «2<5. 1 ir>. isro. 10 Grain Shipments from July 1st, 1915, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oatif 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize 9 cars; Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. Cay ton (Ill Sunday aftern 'uti at o'clock there Oi'e IT, i the di Vli of Mr. r:Vu t. 1 > f v the 1 1 i ■ f Conn- ■ . CI .-.x foftrl < ,i.i >ii. M - > 'avion, ith his wif. , came 1„ ■le about II ii". 1 flgo -K; hoi, i.d: ' t.'ih Cafe. > (' e (In .11 ght 1 hot ■ Of ■ and • 1 -erv , r< ■ ,• his ! ' ■ lia'l < • V bad 'i ;ii: 'some iiiiu. a condition fiisii which no im- mediate danger was expected, how- ever. Alxv't a week before '-is de'dh n!i" tions developed which ended '' i pypnjfijf nt (lie holt.. ■ ' ,T!il rl. He li„ .. 11is dentil be- sides his wile, two brothers, Knvl and Ceeil. both living in Armstrong County, and n sister. Mrs. Hugh Peak of Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

EmpirrNtarty Six Hun- 4nt& Yeari a power. ffWH tmall Beginning the Turk Mad* Hlmeslf Powerful In Europe— First Alliance Waa With k the Qeneeee. la the Ottoman empire about to (all after Bit yeara? Whatever Its history, the true era ot the empire ma) be said to data from 1326. In that yc*r th« tall ot Nicomeoia <vas recorded. * fay years later Nlcaea surrendered, and In i336 Pergamon, the capital of Mysla was added to the empire o( the Turk. "The people of Nlcaea were permitted to emigrate and take with them all thetr goods, archives and rellca. and such moderation," says Dr. Stanley Lane-Poole In his volume, "Turkey." "greatly strengthened the position of the conqueror. "The little clan of shepherds, who had been graciously permitted lo set- tle In the kingdom of the Seljuks, had now possessed themselves, In two gen- erations, of the whole of the north- west corner of Asia Minor, where they commanded the eastern shore of the Bosporus. Here, for the moment, they were content t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

I I ^M^^'jWihi-Jm f^gr g jmJ Hi wiiilfP fl Vviifi^ T \. // K;' ' ffiFP V;, : •-* 'W THE CLAUDE NEWS if € ♦ ' \ ITS MERCURY IUH) SlLmTES Straighten Up! Don't Lose a D ay't Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With "Dodson' • Liver Tone." TJ«t>! Calomel makes jroa ilok. Take • dose of the Tile, dangerous drug to- Blsht and tomorrow you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, When it qomes into contact with sour bile crashes Into It, break* tng it up. This Is tohen you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you feel sluggish and "all knobked out," If your liver is torpid and bowels consti- pated or yeu have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Here's my gtjprantfee—Go to any drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent bottle ef Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight and if it doesn't And Now They Don't Speak. Annie—It was awfully...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

mMM 1111 1^- vaw^iw*ai^riwr iwt ii'.t"-<« ft wriMMMWwm I'wn mi*** nsmi+m.'-- ,To*. I vm •«. ntsnop, RJiior. f at the postofttoo at Claude, , m Moood-clmM mattor. *— '"Mi.' 1.00 Hr Aaoum !■ Advisee ■Wj • -r >J>': , m Announcements IVr Tax Asseesoi: 1 i~ j. FJSEWELL • Koi.Couuty 'Clerk. "' ttS. QBF. A. (Coou) iiooii. I p rff I r N ■ I The Origin of THANKSGIVING l.ly Miss Annie Smith (Miss Smith is a member of the fJleventh Grade Class in the Claude High School) In 1608 the Pilgrims, as they have since been culled, left their native land of England and went to Holland, that they might have free- dom to worship God as they pleased, "ut itiey soon became dissatisfied *\itli their new home; for their chil- 'Iren betjau to take up the Dutch '• jstoms and to speak the Dutch [un^uage, aru! they feared that their language and customs would soon •iie forgotten. At hist they decided to cornc to the New World; and in July, 1620, two ships, with many on board set sail for England. After ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

; PKL m- f mM I Pst- • JlPlP^' 111 e§P 4 ' . ' ft', ■ s : ' . ' F ~'*m W^fym^W&W1 Wmm soar Mm mfsm m f /T*_ iw • - -V l?' j ! • ^ > ;| liS i I m. r '^m • 'it' ■" 3 *1* 3 Two Reel Kexstone. Claujdia Theatre ■ '4 • . •• Monday Night. '' Lover* Lout Coiii ion).'' Wi'itflied in llie Muliuirr, 3- Reels—10c Friday Night, Dec. 3rd. 'M'ufc iu the jiooulislit." Feutiu iug Robert Warwick hi Five Acts. Shortj' inherits a Harem. In Two Parts. 7 Reels 7 10 and 20 cents -:- Matinee Every Saturday at 3:30 K. B. LOCAL AND PERSONAL •«« i i i i Read the ado in The News. AH the latest style folders at Carr'a Studio. Mrs. Kcene lias completed a nice new residence in the west part of town. .7. W. Martin of Clarendon was in Claude Saturday. List your land with the Claude Land Co. Office with Claude News. $1 00 reward for the boy or who's mother can write the best short testimonial as to the effec- tive use and value of the "JIFFY I VACUUM WASHER." Applys The Claude News and the Fort Worth Star-Tel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

9y HAROLD MAG GRATH lUustraHd flrtm Semes tn tn• Wiofo Drama of th* Nam* Hr th* Thanhoutmr Film Company § \ f .* - i j I (□affright. ISM. by BaraM HaoOnth) SYNOPSIS. Stanley Hargreave, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the deri of the fane of brilliant thieves known a* tho Black Hundred, lives the life of a lo- chia* for eighteen years. Hargreave ac- cidentally meets Bralne. leader of the Black Hundred. Knowing Braine will try to get him, he escapes from his own home by a balloon, before escaping he writes a letter to the girls' school where eighteen years before he mysteriously left on the doorstep his baBy daughter. Florence Gray. That day Hargreave also draws 11,000,000 from the bank, but It Is reported that this dropped Into the sea when the balloon he escaped in was punc- tured. Florence arrives from the girls' school. Countess Olga. Braine's compan- ion,-visits her and claims to be a relative. Two bogus detectives call, but their plot is felled by Norton, a newspaper...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

• *- .j ■mmm «." i \. vv M &t m Wk m ''' •- - ^ 1 V,°'- - V. WMrm ';;r. gpss*' ' ■ ; ■ : ' f' V''r' v.'tuS.' THE CLAUDE NEWS asaew OF BEEF BUILDING MEAT-CURING HOUSES ON FARM ) > y ) H/HO quart*# Aocm/o Huh* 4-Ssacssw 3-t9 fH /S M>*Ackk-seii&tan«, '74f Soup Senas, * Hocfi&M4D*a*t. im/v / 8vrf- anjsir&iq steaA. J.* /tound-jane&*■&*}s/t?aif toui4 -*ooe ■Sthb/o s£*4r. 7 ttft-tcoG <sr/atn s/toA\ O trt -iancporferfoi/se sfefltr, *$c2?&%*r*out's** «/W4T / r*>nksfao/c. 2. Star*. mg ^Ofi£T QU4#Tffi? / //0*/Z« /w nw/ 2 Mroast 3 f &S /f/t> roost 4 6* /Nb roast c/Yuex / _ s'tsr/i roast Z-9 CtocJc s/eaAs. fO-t3 Potrooste, *4 C/o*/. /S A/ecJc. P£AT£- / Br/sfot Z. 'A/tve/, 3,4-, ff/4 ert^s. ra£?CSH/Q/VK / Sfotv. fx. ?****£ SoiV 6av<?. •3*0 ii«jp ooogs. Retail Cuts of Beef. A LARGE majority of meat con- sumers have no knowledge what- •aver of the food value of meat from different parts of the carcass, out make their selections of meat solely accord...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 November 1915

1 '* >')• ^/JafcsSIfeSS ,„ £ | !g / * ?: >V..'J .Ajt fl. I,'"-^ lie io . 4tude our heart* t to say to the peo- >«nd vioinlty that ' valuable kindnesses shown i in such substantial ways since the loss we have sustained in tho destruction uf our home by fire V)me tiuio ago, have oti'.leared them to us forever. A nobler better people have never lived in any clime, and we uhail never forget. It has never been our pleasure to livo among a people more generous in time of tnte* fortune, or willing: to help id time of need, arid our hearts will dwell always with grateful recol- lection upon the Many kindness- they have shown us. Sincerely. 0. N. Laccwell. Mrs. D. N, Lacowell. ... ,, GIRLS CLUB If ihe Many Sincere Friends who so kindly awUted in oaring tor our loved one, C. E. Cay ton, in his fatal ilinees, we desire to-j extend our heartfelt thanks. It is only when such sorrows come to u* that we m o impressod with ... the f„t th l friendship is more | ® ftnJ taortimporta.it, 4l , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 December 1915

IfilPliU c m. 9 \) b ; 4 ■ i-Ur. « M 1 H ' > JL A ' : ^ "f 1 % ^ FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY votj. xiv. claude. ahmstbonh county. texas. dkcembjsh «. 191 pi. mo. 1 1 Grain Shipments from July 1st, 1915, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize 9 cars; Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. DIPHTHERIA-DISTRIBU- TION OF ANTI TOXiN GAME GOOD IN ARM- STRONG COUNTY In the hotel lobbies, the bar- ber shops and other lounging places out of work hours, one may hear at any time the stories of hunting exploits by local sportsmen. Duck shooting and coyote hunting seem to bo the two leading present hour sports.. contagiOUs diseases. 53 Coun- Walter Weaver, Mr. Meeseandjties reported Diphtheria. Tin another person went out one day • arire8t number of oruws in an;, last week and in a couple of hour • one (jounty was 41. came back with a fine specimen , jf ^qoo units of antitoxin on of coyote car.cus. Will Grumke . average was given to each and Joe Edwards ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 December 1915

By HAROLD MAC GRATH Illustrated from Scenes In trim Photo Drama of the Same Name by the Thanhouser Film Company a&fet ■ t . J-. (Copyright, 1814, bj Harold MacQraUt) 8YN0PSI8. Stanley Hargreave, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the den of the sang of brilliant thieves known us the Hundred, lives the life of a re- cium for eighteen years. Hurgreave ao- Cldentally meets Braine, leader of the Slack Hundred. Knowing Braine will try 10 get nim, he escapes from his own home oy a bahuofi. Before escaping he writes gietter to the girls' school where eight- ••n years before he mysteriously leu on Jf® doorstep his baby daughter, Florence si nnn'A/v, Jlttt (lay Hargreave also draws 91,000,000 from the bank, but It is reported u dro,lpeJ into the 8ea when the oeuoon he escaped in was punctured. rvv?.1*?/10® arrives from the girls' school. J. untcas Olga, Braine's companion, vis- its ner and claims to be a relative. Two detectives call, but their plot is Kit?. Dy. Norton. a newspa...

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