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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

- v ..v.V v&.U-: ■ ™*Wf*■> r-: 1 NO HOUSE-TO HOUSE Eiptritnc* UniMCMary N Caallj Machin* to Bmj Thi new eoMt-to-cout food hit. You work at home, chips come to you already made. Simply drop into hot grease and they're ready to eat! No complicated work, no ex- perience, no failures 1 Positive proof of opportunity to make up to $30 first day. Distributors now making high as $60 to $300 a week clear I Not a machine. No need to buy special equipment. Stores do your selling for you. NO LOSS on unsold goods —we take care of it! A phenomenal success 1 Sells faster than potato chips, do-nuts. Magic Cheese Chips are big, fluffy, giant- aize chips bigger than potato chips. Irre- sistible taste makes them act like an ap- petiser. The more you eat, the more you want to eat. and you never get filled up t It's a revelation! Nothing like it. Crowds Maine to California devouring thousands of pounds weekly 1 You Don't Invest a Red Cent ttntil you have sold yourself on the possi- bilities. You ...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 April 1933

Vfi®?; mi ■■ <:' mm «*> par Mat e< he set hMb nHj fitr. Try || la The Km ul watch yoar Mmm grew by Inh ml CLAUDE NEWS UME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933. More Goods Foi The Red Crdss Room at Claude Another big shipment of ready- made garments has arrived from the Government for the Red Cross Department. This shipment In- cludes comforts, blankets, boys' and men's pants, knickers, coveralls, •ocks etc. women's and chlldrens' hose, bloomers, infants' clothing, etc. One thousand yards of piece goods will arrive soon. Dresses, •htrts, underclothing, etc. will be cut and made In the Red Cross Room from these goods, to be dis- tributed to the needy and dis- tressed of Claude and Armstrong county. Seven quilts have been completed In the department and r distributed. Pour more quilt tops are waiting to be quilted when lining! are secured. A number of tops have been donated. If any one wishes to donate a lining for a quilt, It would surely be appre larvi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 April 1933

■VERT FRIDAY AmiUMM A certain Sonp Company re- ports through Its president that said company is selling no soap now. The reason is, they quit advertising In the Home Town pa- pers, and people forgot that they were selling soap. o Senator Hornsby proposes to pay all State Expenses with the SALES TAX. This simply means letting the wealth of the nation go free and saddle the expenses of this government on the poor. When will this raid on the purse9 of the poor cease? o At the invitation of the Pan- handle Plains Historical Society. Sweetwater's old time Chuck Wag- on will be present and provide an old time chuck dinner at the an- nual meeting, and dedication of the Society's $50,000.00 historical mus- eum at Canyon. April 14. to-day. Let everybody go that can. :0: Pat Ryan wrote an article for The Dalhart Texan which surely "put the Screws" to their Chief of Police. That fellow Ryan is writing for the Under Dog, and proceeds to 'speak out in meetin'. The Claude News Editor has al- ways...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 April 1933

L WANT ADS RUBBER HEELS FREE—With ich pair of half soles we put on at only 75c c pair arii up. — Shoe Hospital, 018 Taylor Street. Amarillo, Texas. • • 33-c SAWS Sharpened and Set ONLY cents each—Hood Service eta- ton - • U5-U CHICKEN-TURKEYS Star Parasite 'Remover glvtn in their drinking water. used as di- rected, destroys all disease caus- strcys liic terms and woims, rids them of all Cl*r J-suckai8 lice, miles, ileas and Blue bugs. Keep:, tliein in good all •sucking lice, miles, fleas health and (fjB production, and saves the life of ull baby chicks, or. your money refunded. At Quit- ter's Drug Store. 3Cc. POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Ls not permuted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c ernor of Alaska ■ — They Rule Supreme In Agriculture TO SWAP—a two-row P. and O. John W Trny, publisher of tlif Alaska Daily Empire at Juneau in the new Governor of Alaska...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 April 1933

fW AT LESS COST Xh« budget will go a lot further when there's en Electric Befrlftrator on hud to yon money. Ton cm bay more advantageously when jron know that periahable things will keep, that nothing will be wasted. A few a day Is all it coats to insure your food supply, to ail the ice cubes you need, to prepare countless chilled and frosen delicacies. Where else could a few cent* do m much for you? Call your dealer and choose the Refrigerator you like beat—learn how easy the terms are. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Company "ADVERTISE, BOYS, THEN WATCH 'EM GROW" AMAR1LL0 PLATE GLASS CO.! WE CUT AND FIT AUTO GLASS—STORE FRONTS MIRRORS, ETC. * We are especially prepared to do all <1 kind of Plate Glass Work, having up-to- date Machinery for that class of work. j; Call on or Phone us your needs. 314 East 5th Ave., Amarillo, Texas, ;; Phone 8008 GEO. R. ROSS, Manager. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES, GLASSES ARE CHEAPER We offer you our twelve years experience in the exclusive study and pract...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1933

\T.' " - Nr. BmBmm Hut Three par cast af Twr |MM Imim (hMdi be set iilli far Mwepaper advertising every year. Try M In The News aid watch rear >Mh ss« grew by leape end ban*. CLAUDE NEWS *■ a* mtr l ward will hU nan thing far < ktn itm the piacc or thlag jh Ml at i k*rpk Try M in The New* at only > = VOLUME 44. CLA(JD£, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1933. NUMBER tL Armstrong Co. Farmers' Holi- day Ass'n Meet Union Easter Services at the Baptist Church The Farmers' Holiday Associa- tion of Armstrong county met In the District Court room of Claude Saturday evening. April 15, 1933. persuent to call by Chairman Reck of said association. Chairman Reck called the asso- ciation to order and Introduced Judge L. Oaugh, who, after a few preliminary remarks, spoke sub- stantially as follows: The Texas Farmers' Holiday As- sociation will convene in Waco. April 26th, at 10 o'clock. Hilton Hotel. On March 28th, at Austin a f temporary organization was effect- ed with Judge G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1933

goounty.^ County, year ~*&W1Ky «* «* M — The Higglns News Editor tells about Editor Oren Hinkle. of the Pampa News being born in a log cabin. So was Abraham Lincoln and many other noted statesmen. It is no disgrace to be born In a log cabin. Some of our best known writers were bom in a log cabin. Come to think about it. the Claude News Editor was born in a log cabin in Good Old Ken- tucky over 40 years ago. Yes. this etiitoi is a Kentuckyian, and is darn proud of it too. :0: Big Springs, April 21.—The win- ner of the My Home Town Speak- ing Contest of the Fifteenth An- nual Convention will again be a- warded to Thos. Etheridge loving cup which will become the pro- perty of the town whose contest- ant wins It two different years. Thos. Etheridge has offered an- other cup to take the place of the one won last year for the third consective time by Wichita Pall's contestant. Joe Witherspoon Jr., will not be a contestant this year. :0: Should you read an article in this paper, writte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1933

.......... "TirmiT •-< i- - airr- r 11 i A :: l 8 ll lll l > lllt l w a NORTON DRUG STORE All Poultry Remedies at COST TWO FREE PRIZES TRADES DAY SPECIAL H EGGS - EGGS - EGGS For Trade or Cash At Market Prices. Bring Us Your Country Produce. Paul Hood's Quality Foods CAPROCK CAFE CHICKEN DINNER 35c SPECIAL ALL SHORT ORDERS FILLED ! SEE THE NEW CHEVROLET NELSON CHEVROLET CO. i! ROBISON BROS. MOTOR CO. ■4. •v • SERVICE YOU WILL LIKE HENRY E. HERNDON Life Insurance Old Line Special offer during April & May Magnolia Sesvice Station I We Will Wash and Lubricate Your Car FOR $1.00 One Day Only j CLAUDE BAKERY i!i Pies BREAD Cakes Cookies IMPERIAL SHOP SPECIAL FOR TRADES DAY FREE Tonic with each SHAMPOO mn m nmt SPECIAL BARGAINS ■s IN DISHES AND ENAMEL WARE ' $135.00 Electric Washer $85.00 — Saturday, April 22nd. JOHN E. QUARLES COMPANY GUNTER'S DRUG STORE III < >< ► REXALL ONE-CENT SALE | .< N ► < X ► Thurs., Fri. and Sat. of This Week ;jj SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1933...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1933

Vv. . April Begin April 22nd. and Boys' Merchandise at Less Than Cost We have decided to discontinue all lines of Mens' and Boy's Goods. Also all Shoes in stock at Present. Both Ladies' and Men's Shoes will go in this Sale. Now is the time to get your needs in Men's furnishings, Work Clothing, Dress Shirts, Hose and Underwear. Hats, Caps and Gloves - Dress Pants— Nothing in men's line reserved. i ^ - BE SURE TO GET YOUR NEEDS IN THIS SALE Store Will Be Closed Friday to Arrange (or Sale Pope Dry Goods Company METHODIST LOCAL BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION One of the many benefits derived from the meeting recently held at the Methodist church was that of setting up the Local Board of Christian Education as provided in the more recent plan of our work. Other names will be added as needed but for the present they are as follows: L. P. White—Chairman. B. W. Wilkins—Pastor. E. T. Hughlett—Church Sclioul Superintendent. R. B. Elder—Superintendent of Adult Division. L. P. White—Superintendent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1933

MM TO SWAP—Six of Judge Ruther- iorff Booti on Religious Sub- jaeta for country produce or what have you.—Call 91. ROBBER REELS FREE—With pair of half soles we put I on at only 75c o pair, an J up.— ' Hospital. 518 Taylor Street. Amarillo, Texas. 33-c CHICKENS—TURKEYS Star Parasite Remover, given In their drinking water, used us di- rected. destroys all disease, caus- ing germs and worms, rids them of all blood-sucking lice, mites, fleas and Blue bugs. Keeps them in good health and egg production, and saves the life of all baby chicks, or your money refunded. At Gun- ter's Drug Store. 36c. POSTED NOTICE ThU Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted,! / and hunting, trapping or fishing jJ Is not permitted and all trespassers i will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-e ' Is Your Home Well Lighted Mrs. Dr. Gregory left Friday morning for Port Worth, in re- sponce to a message stating that her mother was critically ill. m Hugh Davis of Muleshoc was vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 April 1933

i ooooommmo mo «o o*>i .0 PLATE GLASS CO. I WE CUT AND FIT AUTO GLASS—STORE FRONTS MIRRORS, ETC. We are especially prepared to do all kind of Plate Glass Work, having up-to- date Machinery for that class of work. Call on or Phone us your needs. 314 East 5th Ave., Amarillo, Texas, Phone 8008 GEO. R. ROSS, Manager. YwXsl-' i 9 DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES, GLASSES ARE CHEAPER We offer you our 1 twelve years experience in the exclusive study and practice of Optometry (Examining eyes, fitting glassesl. The most modern diagnostic equipment, and the very finest optical material that is made. PRICES IN ACCORD WITH THE TIMES WHEN YOU THINK OF GLASSES THINK OF DR. T. M. Montgomery Office in Whitcomb's 626 Polk Street, Amarillo, Texas / m * Laundry Baths f. WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Ready To Wait Upon You When You Call. Time Caved Is Money Made So Why Waste Time Waiting. ^ VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMtirray, prop. 50c KLENZ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1933

Mr. Bmhum Man: Three |cr cent W jNt |TW Immm should be act aside for newspaper advertising every year. Try M in The Newt and watch yow knlMM irnr by leapt and hound*. CLAUDE NEWS i ■■■% tUng yon mad at a h in The Newt at only I tff TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1833 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, OLUME 44. How You Far- mers Get Skin- ned by Grafters Recently, Arthur Brisbane said, "The financial powers are also the government.—Our gevernment is a financial enterprise controlled by financiers." The Pujo Committee in Congress reported the exlstance of a money trust consisting of "J. P Morgan and Co., The National City Bank of New York, Lee Hlgglnson and Co., Kidder Peabody and Co., and Kuhn Loeb and Co. all of New York." And in this connection we are reminded that these are the big banks that forced the sale of more than *12.000,000,000 of worth- less European loans on their de- positors and member banks, while the big banks salted down theii millions as commission. We now call up for brief con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1933

-i£. ■VKRY FRIDAY trang Count?. rwr—4IJ0 tlM County, year UtO Ainwiwi R«P wtEas AaaoctATiow Jop Owen, old time friend of this editor is back on the Vega Sen- tinel as chief ramrod once more. Jop is a good old scout and used to meet with this editor many times in Amarillo where each were after advertising. —:0: "Child's Health Day" has been set as Monday. May the first 1933, by our honored President Mr. Roosevelt. It would be a great thing for everybody to ob- serve this day by looking after their children's health. -•0: Trade's Day, here Saturday last brought us a good rain, as the latter part of the day was inter- sperced with showers. We should have a trade's day real often when we need rain. It is understood that our next Trade's Day will be last Saturday in May or May 27th. 1933. o Prance is preparing for war. probably to begin about July the first 1834, with Germany as her worst enemy. France will likely find herself without friends, hav- ing repudiated her honest debts In the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1933

! >?■ HEELS FREE—With ptfr of half soles we put at only 75c a paii', anJ up — Hospital. 518 Taylor Street, Texas. 33-c TO 8WAP—One good up-right Piano, for Milk Oow and Chickens. See Walter Hogg. TO SWAP—a two-row P. and O. Lister for a 4-wheel trailer.—JOHN LUTHER. ZIMMERMAN'S Wonder Salve Eczema and Pyles. Pine 311 Pyorrhea, Rheumatism and other pains. Bold at dunier'i Drug Store, Newberry Drug, Goodnight; Put- rick Grocery, Conway* 36-p CHICKENS—TURKEYS Star Parasite Remover, given In their drinking water, used as di- rected, destroys dll disease, caus- ing germs and worms, rids them of all blood-sucking lice, mites, fleas Rnd Blue bugs. Keeps them in good ealth and egg production, und saves the life of all baby chicks, or your money refunded. At Gun- ter's Drug Store. 36c. FOR SWAP—One 26 model Over- land, used car, for an electric Radio. Call Earl Butler at Nel- son Chevrolet Co., Phone 23. TO SWAP—Si* of Judge Ruther- ford's Books on Religious Sub- jects for country produce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 April 1933

a# « ta ttottghi feel's Swap never vu a sin, In the day* of prosperity tome it It was unethical or an admission of financial to offer to swap. However, in these days of money It *as become popular again. • We find many people these days who need glasses, but don't |Mve the actual cash to buy them' with. We also find that most all of them hare a surplus of some commodity with which { they can trade, such as chickens, turkeys, hogs, cows, calves, feed stuff, etc. We will trade for anything of value that we can use. Especially any of the products mentioned above, as we have a farm near Amarillo and would like to stock it up. If you need glasses come in and make us an offer. Give us B due bill for whatever you have to trade, and we will have a man come after it. No obligation if we don't trade. Sincerely, Dr. T. M. Montgomery Office Id Whitcomb Bldg. 626 Polk Street, Amarillo CLINOR4 BARRY Seventh Installment The Story to far: Joyce Athlon, poor Monographer, in a skidding taiicab acci- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

wmsm* ■r b& -4 v. •- we per east of M be sot aaUe tm —spam aftvertlal lag every year. Try It la The New* ■ ad watch your bariaeoa grow by leap a aad hom.de. CLAUSE NEWS Wwt kin abort the place or a* t la The New* at only t *IT • VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1933. NUMBER A m Proponents of 03 Monopoly Goodnight Trail get Right-of-Way The "Qoodnlght Memorial Trail" Wedns. night definitely approached reality when a group of Pan- handle enthusiasts of the Palo Duro Park plan began Immediate action In obtaining right-of-way so that actual construction work may be started In 30 days. In what is expected to be the most profitable organized move- ment In realizing the dream of the Palo Duro Park, state officials and delegations of Panhandle park boosters at a banquet In the Ama- rlllo Hotel named an executive committee to take immediate steps to secure necessa-y right-of-way for the "Qoodnlght Trail" and other scenic canyon drives. The projects would be a pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

IT fltnuY Would you Divide Texas, making a "West TEXAS", including the Panhandle? Well. Miss Lucille Malae, of Spearman, sent this editor 10 questionnaires asking for ten votes on this question, each giving his reason for or against a division of the state. We took the 10 questionalres to ten dif- ferent voters, and did not suggest that they vote for or against a division of the state. The vote stood 5 for a division and S a- gainst a division of Texas. Reasons were given: Against; "It would cost too much taxes for two state governments. Instead of one." "Oth- er states would cut our throat, with a smaller state." "Let's keep the Largest state in the world in tact." Etc. Others said, favoring the division; "The Panhandle does not get her share of tax money sent to our Government." and '•We will never get representation unto we divide this state." Etc. This editor has read a great deal pro and con regarding a division of Texas, and has not decided yet which side has the better of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

,vy WANT ADS old Insurance. See T. J. Page Old Line Hail Insurance. 33ti ZIMMERMAN'S Wonder Salve Knocks Eczema and Pyles. Pine Pyorrhea, Rheumatism and other , 801(1 at Qunter's Drug Store, ITewberry Drug, Goodnight; Pat- rick Grocery, Conway, 36-p CHICKENS—TURKEYS Star Parasite Remover, given in their drinking water, used as di- rected, destroys all disease, caus- ing germs and worms, rids them of all blood-sucking lice, mites, fleas and Blue bugfe. Keeps them in good health and egg production, and saves the life of all baby chicks, orv your money refunded. At Oun- ter's Drug Store.. . . , 36c. .•'■POSTED NOTICE This Is- to notify the public that all of the- J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing to.-not foehnttleg and all "trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, AAft Mgr. • 12-tf-c .SWAP^Qnp, good, up-right PiAMfc- f r .-Milk. Cow and Chickens. Sec Waiter * Hogg" TRADE THE CASH WAY IT'S CHEAPER Some of Our Price# You'll Like Good Soap, 10 bars 25c Coff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

m 1 Jl IT TO uil = When you want to save money and that ALL THE TIME Strength and Money are saved when 4he services of this Laundry are em- ployed. ft is a sure way to lengthen the life of your clothes as well as your OWN. We call for and Deliver at your door in Claude—Tuesday and Thursday of each week.. Clarendon Steam Laundry CLARENDON, TEXAS. WHEN IN AMARILLO STOP AT HOTEL PALO DURO Third and Filmore Streets Rates $1.00 and up Your Suit Pressed FREE Also Free Storage SS tSmSKSSXieSS$6SSXXXXSSXXX3i^*SS$S$SXX%XSSXSX%X% Let's Swap Bartering never was a sin. In the days of prosperity some y of us thought It was unethical or an admission of financial jj weakness to offer to swap. However, In these days of money £ shortage It has become popular again. ^ We find many people these days who need glasses, but don't have the actual cash to buy them with. We also find that most nil of them have a surplus of some commodity with which they can trade, such as chickens, turkeys, hogs, cows, calv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

MAGAZINE SECTION Mr. BnaiMM Man: Three per cent of your gree« income should be set aside for newspaper advertising every year. Try it and yonr business will increase by lesps and boands. CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at only 2c a word will sell something for cash yon hare sboat the place or bring joe something you need at a bargain. Try it in The Claode News at only 2e per word. VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 19:53. NU.V 3ER 36. LITTLE MARY MIXUP Trade Mirk, IIS J. Reg. V. 8 Par Ot By R. M. Brinkerhoff l_ooi< ooT, UMclS. ez.rsA. -DaHf -TS.u^l over A c-4ici<e.M Iu COW6. ~~i a A PULL, •S>Tp —1 V/ouub N > ■^VoreT c-^icK'e/^ tore. i H<-t LOOl<" — "THAT C3U D flfeA/ •4-AS MAHG-ed "HER . — Ss G- To oTMere. Sit>*=. 7fle -TSOAt) — 151 V*i> AW, C^iCK^i r= ( IN\ AVJRJL soRa^ _ VJE- CD'D h't MEAN To -4(Jia.T" - AVJ -?ooe cfjiciriej rAAie^, Go M ANr> -ffle. PAreMee.N^e ATG? SoreriW TiuT VJ E "Qu oME, of- +Vis cs4i C AMD VJAMT To -+VlM Foe lY / ^/\\...

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