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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 December 1915

$$ . t$iv iffiyfh ;Std.■¥■ if'^k'"&"}':■ ; !r,K.!*■':; '.:? ;l.u ; $¥; \'& dpffik*}. V\Vv v r^SSEflwIRSft!! 'p- :%%*! Hi >•( "I.,: VI 1.111)11 Mil * '. Vii.Mi liinimjii H jii 11 iimu I. _i i i 111 11 Hi > nil . UlWIIiiHI |i ■ ' '■'•-■ -;"■■■' Pis- ley- 11 Pl | I We arc in a year of great prosperity. Two big crops just passed and a good prospect for several more just as good makes it an ideal time to ihvest. The man who came here several years ago and in- vested in Armstrong county land is well-fixed today. His land has increased in value and there is no hard time for him now If you wait until next year you will pay more for Armstrong county land than you will this year. The early bird catches the worm. Be an early bird. Own a high priced home tomorrow that you can get at low prices today The Claude Land Company Claude, Texas. Phones 69 and 97. P. O. Box 168 : v >r<- r - , 1 \ .'2 -V ^ . ' "'n; Mn ; g • n .-■ ■> ~ , ■ -. ■■ Some Bargains 160 acres across the ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 December 1915

> ; ) . RH • <T LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Read the ad* in The Newa. I All the latest sty It1 folders at Carr's Studio. There will be n matifiee at the Claudia Saturday at il:30 Eventually—The Imperial Bar ber 8hop—Why Not Now? Paul Nunn and George Roach of Goodnight were here Monday. Armstrong county and Panhan- dle lands for everybody Claude Land Co. Take one. The Claude Newa and h* ^tar-Tflegr m f.>r only $3.75 81.00 reward for the boy or who's mother oan write the best short testimonial as to the effec- tive use and value of the "JIFFY VACUUM WASHER." Apply* users only Apply a cotton cloth wet with BALLARD'S SNOW LINI- MENT to all wounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, ahd note its wonderful healing pow er. It is prompt and very effec- tive. Price 23c, 50c a bottle. Sold by Dr. W. A. Warner. and leave at news ofiice Constipation is the starting Sign name, address ! Pni,,t for man>' sori(,U8 diseases. The Claude Nows and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Daily and Sunday, for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 December 1915

BS$ b its l&t&T.k. mm ""VJXSSS SNOWBALL'S RETURN. Kit and Putt sat in the barn door- way when their master drove home with Snowball. You remember he went to sea and was gone three weeks. "Who is that on the seat with mas- ter?" asked Kit. "I do believe he got another white cat." "It's poor Snowball's ghost," said Puff, staring; "it looks Just like him, too." Snowball Jumped from the wagon and run toward the barn. "It is Snowball,' said Kit. "Aren't you dead?" he asked. "I was) sure a dog had yon this time," said Puff. "Where have you been?" "No, a dog did not get me," said Snowball, "and I am not dead, as you can see; I have been to sea,'' he said, proudly swinging his tail and holding his head very high to show his new ribbon. "To see what?" asked Puff. "To see whales and water and flying fish and all the things you see from a big ship on the ocean. 1 bave been on the Qclden Caribbean." Puff and Kit Just stared at him; they did not understand one word. "You have been gone a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 December 1915

'<wSf V ') * i (y :') apiu BMB tI DI N E W 8 mf iicts ifpmoE i ue I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Qlve You the Best Liver and Bowei Cleansing You Ever Had—Doesn't Make You Sick! 8top mine calomel! It makes you lick. Don't lose a daj'i wort If you fee) lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti- pated, listen to met Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when It comes Into contact with sour bile, crashes into It, breaking It up. This Is when you feel that aw- ful nausea ar.d cramping. If you feel "all knocked out," if your liver Is tor- pid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath Is bad or stomach sour ]ust try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Here's' my guarantee—Co to any drug store or dealer and get a 60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and If It doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel line and vigorous I want you to go back to the store and get your money, Dod...

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

V'I 011 Faiihiew Notes ■v.* iW m K' /'.- Jaunifa Wilnioth, Myrtle Sullen- grr, Charles Stewart, Annie and Reagan Beetle, Margaret and Hoy Schmidt, TlielMa Goad and Eva Sullengr*r. Those whose deportment wbs 100, grades were also good, but who were absent or tardy were: Annie Jackson, Bonnio Gist, Eil- ine Coyton, Mildred Cayton, Fred da und Lizzie Knapp, Evel- yn Wilmoth, Etta Ledfor J, Mar- shall Suilenger; Clarice Goad Frank Knapp, Arthur Stephen son ane Flora Jackson. Mr. and Mt-s. Lloyd itasdett en- tertained a number of their friend Sunday. Among those presont w ro: Cecil Davis, Poeey Wylie. Oeorge Wilmoth, Marshall Jack- ion. Delbert and Wesley Griffin, Denzill Mill, Mr. Find Mrs. Grov- r Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Eck •rt, Swiff Ingram. Evelyn Eckert Misses Florence and Zibbio (.'on- cer, Olive and Vera Basset!, Lv- flyn and .launitu Wilmoth, Rosa Jackson- We find that these two young married people are delight ful host and hostess. On account of tho weather the, Shadow Supper ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

o o •« I * ' • *7, FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY -=r.^HTHONa COUNTY, TKX-AH. i —— /%Al Q1 / orc kve ^ NO. VI ■ VOT XTV- f ■■ t Claude—Wheat 20^ cars Oats W CJ1'S' tye ^ cars' ^a'ze^ « Grain Shipments from Ju y s, , Goodnight_wheat 68 carS, Oats 14 cars. _ BURGLAR BREAKS INTO DRUG STORE A burglar, presumably a dope fiend, broke into the Gate City Drug Store about sun uo yester- day morning. He was seen peep- ing around from behind the pre scription case by someone on the street. Sheriff Woodburn was summoned and the man was caught at the back window through which he had entered a few minutes before. He did not get anything. He was medi- um tall slender and dark. I had to have something to eat," was the reason he gave for breaking in. He is in the county jail. OBJECTS OF CHARITY JUNIOR B.Y.P.U. Song. Prayer. Minutes. Roll Call; answer with name of some miracle done by Christ. Song. Prayer that the Juniors may take Jesus as their example- Short talk on lesson by leader. Scripture Rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

By HAROLD MACGRATH Hhsstrated from Stones in Ifit Photo Drama of the Same Noma bp the Thanhouser Film Company y fOopjrl*fat, 1914. bj BmbM MaoOvaih) 8YN0P8I8. Stanley Hargreave. millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the den of the (Uf of brilliant thieves known as the Black Hundred, lives the life of a re- cluse for eighteen years. Hargreave ac- cidentally meets Bralne, leader of the Black Hundred. Knowing Bralne will try to get him, he escapes from his own home vy a balloon. Before escaping he writes • latter to the girls* school where eighteen years before he mysteriously left on the doorstep his baby daughter, Florence Gray. That day Hargreave also draws 91,000,000 frem the bank, but it Is reported that this dropped into the sea when the balloon he escaped in was punctured. Florence arrives from the girls' school. Countess Olga, Br&lne's companion, visits ner and claims ner as a relative. Two bogus detectives call, but their plot is •d by Norton, a newspaper man. By Bri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

wmmmmmmm i AfeEA. 11! Ar/VCLUHA «mm*M irnoKm.n* TWO BRAVE BOYS. When the firebells ring In the city nd you know that a house is on lire, It does not frighten you, because you know that the brave firemen will bo there soon and put out the Are. But in the country there are no fire- men or engines, and the people have cause to be alarmed when a lire breaks out. Thomas and William lived on a farm. Thomas was fourteen and Wil- liam twelve, but they were sturdy lads and knew how to work. One morning their father and mother went to the city to be gone all day, and after the boys finished their work they went into the" woods tor berrios. They had filled their palls and were returning home when William said: "Father and mother must have come back early. I can see the suioko from the chimney." Thomas did not answer for a min- ute, and then he said: "That smoke Is not coming from the chimney; it looks as though one of the buildings Is on fire." Both boys ran as fast as they could, and then whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

t Bwy Friday, at Claude.Tei. Marvin E. Bishop, Editor. (Cfttmwl at thf> postofBre at Claud*. Texan, it a necond-rlasa matter* <:-ib«cfifMu>u - $1.00 per Annum in Ailvunti- Announcements Por Tax Assessoi: J. F.JSEWELL. For Comity nu'l Distaict Clerk. F. A. (Caou) Hood. For Public Weiplii'i, Pel. X->. 1 W. B. IBBY. nor* dftinp wither tfcicwwk. This is very .wel- come to tbe wheat crop which is just now getting a good start With the proper reason, which will,.doubtless come, during the ucx.t two months we will he its* ured <>f anotlier good wheal crop, aud another advaco in the material prosperity of 1 be count) v will be inevitable. A Need Armstrong county will never reach the zenith of its possibil- ities until the farms are mate smaller and more people are settled on Armstrong county land. The development of every country is based on tho fundamental of land culti- vation. When agriculture lagf I lie country lags. The lack of abundant crops is the lack of abundaul p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

Iff Jt ==p ealFLOUR Eighteen Blue Ribbons At the Amarillb Fair Th" <>"« Milling <>>.. of Chilli, off, manufacturers of the Famous SEAL brand of flour, com- peted with four States at the Ainarillo ! air—one other mill in Texas t>eing represented—for the blue ribbons. Of the .10 prizes awarded the >EAL won 18 blue ribbons. Each mill had beauti- ful decorated booths, and attracted much attention and comment. Wheu it came to the real test, (he Jud&is irom the five States decorated the Seal booth with 18 out of 30 blue ribbons for the REST BISCUITS, BEST CAKES BF,S's ■' ^HTBREAD *:>£ A L i- L\) UR Sol v ts the problem at baking hour. Every u (, u. uu:< ,e Satisfaction or Money Refunded Notice. The city x taxes are due now. You will find the Tax Collector at the Justice of the Peace's of- fice at, the Court House. Lawerence Zinn, Tax Col. Miss Tama V. Hammer is quite sick this week. Lodge Notice. Claude Camp, No. 894, W. O. W meets every third Saturday night...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

M Sw si. 1 !SIO The 1915 Yield of Grain Keeps • Western Canada to the Front. . The great publicity that has been given to the grain yields of the Prov- inces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the three provinces that com- prise that portion of Western Canada east of the British Columbia boundary, has kept Canada to the front with a prominence that is merited. The grain crop of the three prov- inces has now been harvested, and suf- ficient of it has been threshed so that it is no longer a mutter of estimate as to the returns. It is sate to say that the entire yield of wheat will be up- wards of 275,01)0,000 bushels, und the average yield well over 25 bushels per acre. In proportion to the aggregate this is perhaps the largest yield ever known on the continent. Most of tliis wheat will grade No. 1 northern, and better, and with pres- ent prices the condition of the farm- er is to be envied. Many individual yields are reported, and verified, and they are almost beyond belief, but ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

a v'Mfcfk«r|ri ' rv\.w * ; 1 ff Fp ")l ™ 7 ™w THE CLAUDE NEWS —.i'..j IT MIES! I Guarantee "Dodson's Liyer Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had—Don't Lose a Day's Work! Calomel makes you sick; you lose a day's work Calomel is quicksilver and it salivates; calomel injures your liver. It you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and your head aches or stomach is sour, just take a spoon- ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone Instead of using sickening, salivating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. You'll know it next morning because you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will bo work- ing, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feci like working. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone More Details Nccessary. Hetty—I see one of your brothers has been dist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 December 1915

Gate City Drug Store Prescriptions carefully com- pounded- Drugs, books and stationery • Come here for Kodaks and Kodak supplies. Dr. W. A. Warner, Prop. IF IT IS Nyal's " WE HAVE IT KINARD DRUG CO. THE CASH STORE COODN1GIIT. TEXAS County Correspondence Conway Items .Miss Zelln Logan spent n cou- ple of days with Homo folks. Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Heiscr spent Monday nt the Jacltson homo. S. H. Jackson and C. P. Raef were Claude callers Saturday. Will Wright was'an Atnarillo visitor Friday Mrs. W. L. Logan spent Thurs day night with Mrs, Redmon. Mrs. Iledmon find daughter spent Thursday a' the Moulton home. H. M. Calliham shipped a car of cattle to New Mexico last Wednesday. He returned home Sunday. Fisher ami McCormick arrived it Conway with a carload of hor- ses Monday. m W/t m m m nu matter how busy you are. ^ It Pays to Have One. Claude Telephone Co. m C. W. Wooten, Mgr. m ^ If Time is Money Save It 5W Tho telephone does it. (I is always right there in your home or business to servo...

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

vdWM Jijf- 11119 Ri? FOR CLAUDE -ii_ ARMSTRONG COUNTY fBK$* fell •-, ;/ S\<? ■- - J i VOL. XIV. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS. DECEMBER 24. 1915. -v Grain Shipments from July 1st, 1915, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars,^a;ze g cars. . Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars. | * ¥$J CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY SUICIDE NAY BE LOUIS- IANA MAN'S FATHER Mr. and Mrs. £, C. Clay Cele- brate Their Fortieth Anniv- ersary, Once upon a tiaD* in Dallas County Texas, s stalwart youth wooed and won a bright-eyed lassie. This wooing and winning was consummated on December 19th 1875. When this youth led his lassie to the Altar and, "They twain were made one, and an- other was added to this good country. Is the course of time there oame into this home four lovely baby girls and three bright baby boys, two of whom went Home after a short sojourn in this land. Time went on. These ohildren grew into manhood and women* hood, and they, too, wooed and won, left the shelter...

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

' mi nift>n !' trouble I* soonm- people, Md tit* i wfcai _ thoee wfcata .. I do not even mtpeet thU It would leem that e y*, poiKsung reel Wntive properties, to ibguanda. r*i Swamp-Root, the well wmy, liver end bladder remedy. ibly successful in sickness canned •v end Madder troubles. It ia mild itle in its action and !ta healing in- ia soon noticed in moat caaee. ia no other remedy like Swamp- It will rarely and effectively over- Si kidney, liver and bladder troubles— you can depend upon it. Go to any •tare and get a bottle ao aa to start treatment today. You will eoon eee • Marked improvement. gowever, if you wi h Brat to test thia met preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. V., for a (ample bottle. When writing be eure and ■Motion thia paper.—Adv. A grouchy man thlnka he laughs Mat who laughs least. mm ABOARD. WAS A gi LAW si / mnt llarlne Kye Remedy Co., Cbleag* tor illustrated Book of the Eye free. There are a good many jokea, but the one on the hu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1915

f r- is ■ III* w v Qivei Up a Little Dir •ertation. > TH'rc^ D E NEWS a \ (fftat of Laetura, Howsvsr, la •oma- what Spollad 'by Admission Whloh la Mad* In tha Concluding Paragraph. ■y WALTER PRICHARD EATON. Man U a batting animal. Apparently batting Is a deep-rooted Instinct, for many men have been known to bet who were never taught that it is wrong. When a New Bnglander bets, of course, it la eaay to understand, for he has been taught from childhood that gam- bling Is the eighth deadly sin, which naturally makes it attractive. (It is a high tribute to the ethical Ingenuity of thevPurltan mind that the grab bag at the church fair has always been ex- empt.) We can well remember our own thrill of wickedness when, at the age of twelve, we wagered a dollar on the Harvard football team. Our satisfac- tion' waa somewhat diminished after the game, for that was before the days Of Charlie Brlckley. Many men bet, however, without •ven the Incentive of committing a tin. They bet when they h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1915

\ - • • .sPU- 'i*," . )Mr AaMm in Ataac* ®}Sv ■H .Yj iP i .RATRi; ; H'.VFW'VlVK AT-'TKK .IAN. 1, t! IC Locate 5 ceala <} Hoe, six words lo the line. Display on front page 20c per column Inch, special location 28c a col- umn iteh. Elsewhere in paper 12 l-2c p«rr column inch—rates on largo space Hpteisl loftntlen 150 a /Column inch. 0iWni((H<w«rFlrtt liu84re<l w^rd1? tree, f.ril'litioml wtnl i I" ■' word. O.trdJ <> 'I Uankn, 6 cent* a line of six wotllj. General oburcli announcements 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. Ail bills pay- able on presentation. «J Announcements For Tax Assessoi: J. F.;SEWELL. Shortly after .o'clock last ght Sheriff Woodburn was Caught off hia gard and over- powered by the prisoners in jail here and made on attempt to brink Their attempt might have buuu successful lo a certain degree hud i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1915

i ssa i/'^ifV■;'E/fr'H'fty.'Vi^,';n*''''.r .■ " %■■ ''^.■iiif-"'tirtK,. ■' ■ >t,- M|Lodge Notice, ■ ' -'^^1; ^v*0 & w _ I • I • i ' P-;" % 7 iKXt Tr^i- - « p,f4 ■ Come ±w m: When you come to AmarilloJ come to jlio store that has"I the best goods for less money. VOL come to Aniarillo with the CASH. You come with (lie expectation to buy at the lowest prices. WHICH IS TilN STORE that can sell the cheapest? Is it the CASH STORE? Is il the store that is waiting Cor you to pay lor llie <;oods the others failed to PAY FOR. •* No business honuecan remain 111 buiin -ss while Uicy arc losing money. CREDIT STORES lo.sr money. WE DO NOT. Wc sell for cash to everybody, no matter who you are, so when you eome to do your seo]i]ung, iMincto ihc I'lU STORM. The store that is the largest lias the host selection at all time.-, because we i]<> the largest business ami have new goods while they arc new. and liny cheaper than the smaller stores as we buy for CASH from the largest manufact...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1915

doctpr. TU ShJ Wl Nothing MACGRATH Wklil voluntered. serious It it i* not taken care ot at once." "What li the trouble?" inquired Jones, who was growing fond of Bu- W.MWi'&HF'**'*#'*** i: "■ :k . ■ IUmstrmtH flrwm Scmu As th photo Drama of th Atom* kf lk* Thanhouttr Film Compmn? Stanley Hargreavt, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the den of (he sans of brilliant thieves known as the Black Hundred, Uvea the life of a re- duce for eighteen years. Hargreave ac- cidentally meats Bralne, leader of the Black Hundred. Knowing Bralne will I try to get him, he escape* from his own home by a balloon. Before escaping he writes a letter to the girls' school where •Ighteen years before he mysteriously left on the doorstep his baby daughter. Florence Gray. That day Hargreave also draws $1,000,000 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- io...

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