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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

■ : sro-ifc-iii..... ■ --.I- f ?« "v ..5- •- t.f: ... tettve itat*. Thm, Um «t many a hot Trf MMdt thfc rictureeque* character played the taadtnc tote. J. H, "Cyclone" Dav- is In hi* hey-day, was all that his well-Implied title signified. When lie took the stump (and it was a sl ump in the literal sense in those early days) "Cyclone" Davis never lacked sn audience, and he was always the champion of the com- mon people. He was an orator of the Bryan type and equally ardent advocate of free silver. Though still living, he has not been active In politics for a number of years, but since the revival of the silver ques- tion some of his former fiery speeches have been resunfected and, like those of the great Com- moner. they read like the words of a prophet. Nearly 40 years ago when he was cainpaining for Bryan In one of tlie most colorful political battles of all times. "Cyclone" Davis, in a free silver speech in Nebraska, said in part: "The gold standard will Junk the stiver money of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

POR IA|<C:—100-pound 'xr re- cork lined, white cntr. ei. holds and keep* loe, Cost $65, will buy It. W. M. Miller c45 A want Ad. at ONLY 2-cenu a will Mil for CASH something do not need, or bring you you do need. WANT ADS. I CENTS A WORD PORTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures an posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c MASONIC:— Claude Lodge No 719 Regular meeting nights: first Saturday and Third Tuesday nltes of each month.—E. T. Hughlett, Secty. —TP. Build Up that Skinny Child! Enrich Hit Impoverithad Blood Sickly, weak, underweight children are • usually lacking in rich, red blood. When W blood becomes pour, a child becomes * rundown. Already weak, he loses appe- tite, which makes him still weaker. Take po chances on a child gaining strength by himself. Start giving him Grove'i Tasteless Chill Tonic right away. This famous tonic contains both iron and 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

wm "" _ •. ' * i * **' Legions' THIRD ANNUAL RODEO Claude, Texas Thursday and Friday JULY 20th AND 21st $400 IN PURSES BETTER THAN EVER Watch For Our Complete Program Next Week. J. C. Yeaman Rodeo Manager Fresh Gulf gas saves money] WHAT a thrill—and a saving—when your car squeezes out extra mileage per tankfnl! , Unlikestulegag.whicliloKesiinportant elements ■> by evaporation . .. FRF,$11 Gulf gas retains its power., .its liveliness. Gulfs exclusive R-D-R !>ro<vss KEEPS Gulf gas FRF.SH . . . longer! © 1933. OULP REFINING CO . PITTSBURGH.. PA. gnJH If Synoptic jo«t Art to*, poor MnorwkW. tulfrroill loss ol m m n fa rt^ddini Maink wcMcnt fa Chicus. Ou asrnbf «w your* iMor th« woke. « «r a f«U from fc«r hstM, tier m.morjr rMtortd, to Wk«ts«lf, «s Mils, tlx wii« of Neil Psctard. rich Cobforaia fruit pecker. Sho determined to toH aokodj ui her predicament but Mt about leuaias what slie could of li«r life In th« latMfsL From thr conrcreation of w frMM* S«a letter! in her dole &g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

>**". ft ' « ■;&'/ ' * magazine section Mr. DmIhi— Mu: Tfci* P« «•"* V yaw trmm !*•«•• *«•" ,#t la far eeweH *r •*wti,taf eTery f. Try It awl yoor baeineaa will •felaips nrf Wmh. CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at -cafer U • Mil aaMtfciaf far cadi ftm taw the place or bitaf yw aawtWag ywi need at a bargain. Try H la TM Claade Newa at anly U far VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1933. NUMBER 45. i LITTLE X Guess 1'i.L. 13oW overe To -rHes villas 1 etfT iq-E fAAIL - IVade Mark. IM2. Rec b< 6 Pat. Off By R. M. Brinkerheff All -iei<=rtT-,r>oMT FoiaC-ET TJ+e "Box _ ir i (i-\ * * s MRS WerssTer^ SELLIHG- AT ME PfioM 4+S.I2. CAMP X Wo^DSf? ■VJ^AT" S+fe WAAJTS I" Vo-4oo - MAraV |p You Atae G-oiMtS- tS Viu-A&e -Too? JT /S-73O* 4 2.4. .. i. . pgrr see, Mow was cue MUMpee: X K^ICAAV IT 4-fAS I' AMO MI2S N*yiE.T3'5.TEI£ 'S vloMr^e«a. is Q.4 2 or^ 1.2. oft SOMET^I^ <S- s "T+4s. "Po OPFiCS- MA^riE T?fc> G H uMf3(=r2'S r Post OP Pi CP C-OOD Moia^iHG- T3tai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

Fr To or pri By CORA MELTON CROSS UM Atom* 1, Fart Worth. Ten*. (Coprrkht :• , by tlx Ham Color Print Co.) |0M HOWARD WOOLEY, of Weatherford, Parker county, Texas, came to Texas in an ox wagon when he was four years old. He is now eighty-eight years old. "E. M. Wooley, my father, owned three of twenty wagons that left Mis- souri for Texas in 1849," said Tom Wooley. "Those wagons led the caravan and were the only ones to get as far west as Parker county. The others stopped in East Texas. Father preempt- ed land on Sanchez Creek and built a home that people came miles to see because it had pine floors and glass win- dows—the only glass windows in Par- ker county. It was a five-room, hewn log, story and a half structure, for which lumber and shingles were hauled from East Texas saw-mills. Father burnt lime for mortar and, while chink- ing cracks, left port holes to shoot through when Indians attacked. That house, built eighty-four years ago, stands today, a worthy example of CTude, but...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

*• IN M E M 0 R 1 A t I £ By W. N. BEARD /IS Jones Street* Fort Worth. Texts. HE death of Mr. J. H. (Jim) Lowry at Honey Grove, Texas, May 29th, removed one of the most popular writers of our Monthly Magazine Section. As editor of "Current Comment," a department in the Magazine Section, Mr. Lowry was well and favorably known to many of our readers. His lively comments about persons and things in general were an entertaining and instructive feature. Born on a farm in Bells, Tennessee, of pioneer parents, Mr. Lowry learned the printers trade at an early age and came to Texas when a young man, lo- cating at Honey Grove and purchasing the Honey Grove Signal, a weekly news- paper, which he edited for 37 years, un- til ill health forced him to sell the Signal and retire to private life. Mr. Lowry was self-made and had hia share in life's vicissitudes, but despite drawbacks that beset pioneer publish- ing, he achieved success and became a foremost editor and free lance writer. He could wri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

] Fr ! i •• I :■ i i:L^. BRIE AWARDED FELLOWSHIP M. E. Ogden, associate professor of government at Texas Technological col- lege, Lubbock, has been awarded a fel- lowship in international law, carrying a $1,500 stipend from the Carnegie en- dowment. 43 YEARS MAIL CLERK For forty-three years John E. Wil- liams has been an employe of the post- office at Denison and is the oldest em- ploye in point of length of service. He is nearing 60 years of age and started work as a clerk in 1890. 8,000 VISIT MUSEUM DURING FIRST MONTH More than 8,000 visitors were regis- tered at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Society museum at Canyon the first month it was open to the public. CANYON HAS MANY VARIETIES OF BIRDS Canyon seems to be a bird paradise, according to Miss Anna I. Hibbets, bird authority, who claims that 112 different kinds of birds had been identified in that locality. TERRAPINS LIVE LONG Joe E. Birdwell of Nacogdoches caught a dry land terrapin in 1900 and carved his initials and date u...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

W. "A' WNOI AND ■unto, km. water aaoU srffs. ss?srsst NahIm flMlu, (rult Jan. fruit can*, eapptn. e a p «, nrrhon hoM, filter ban, and othfr bottltfi' up- pllaa. Write for eataloau* AMKRICAN COOPERAGE CO. hit Warth, Ttias. i've found the best hotel value im new yo*k city Just think... i mod- em, new hotel, In the / heart of New York— 200 feet from Broad- way «nd 45th Street A room and bath for one, $2.50; for two, $3.50. PICCADILLY Bro«dw y on 46th St.. NEW YORK WILLIAM MAULUNG, Mn«. Dir. k m- MAIL CARRIER HAS LONG SERVICE C. Baum of Cross Plains recently began his twenty- third year as a rural mail car- rier. He has served under six postmasters. Where his horse and buggy formerly required seven hours to make the route, he covers the territory in three hours by auto and serves twice as many boxes. He has worn out nine auto- mobiles. TWO CHILDREN SMOTHER IN ICE BOX The bodies of two small1 children of Mr. and Mrs. George Lynch, of the Van Sickle community near Green- ville, were foun...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

T 91 P \* Mi E: (>* Wi N E W S More than 400 by-pro- ducta are now derived from the crude petroleum pro- duced in Texas. Onita Beal and Opal Mc- Cray, 4-H club girls in Hemphill county, canned and sold 16 hens, worth $4.80 if sold alive, for $15 when sold in fifty-six No. 1 cans. So dangerous is the menace of mad coyotes that the city of Pecos has issued an ordinance that pets of every kind must be kept in- doors. Dogs found roaming the streets are shot. Something new in the berry line is being grown by Frank C. Piatt on his fruit and stock farm near Livingston. They are known as "Young" berries and they look somewhat like extra large dewberries, but taste a great deal like rasp- berries. To cut feed costs and in- crease milk flow, Guada- lupe county dairymen have pooled orders for 18,000 pounds of Sudan seed, and are preparing for one acre of Sudan pasture per cow. The Lower Rio Grande Valley has shipped about 1,700 carloads of potatoes this season. This section shipped 1,000 ca...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 July 1933

*Our BoyS and By AUNT MABY Girls 1 PUZZLE IN PICTURES FIND THESE MISTAKES I $ 'Vr>/f£P from the snow laden mountain*. It was like taking the trip myself. I surely enjoy and appreciate such letters, because they are so inter- esting as well as instructive. For One who h«is never visited Cali- fornia you have, from her letter, a very good word-picture of that sec- tion. Let's have more descriptive letters. Everyone write and des- the paper, Mrs. Clyde Hinton gets a bunch each month and then gives them out to the members. (Wish more members would do this) *** I am going to try to send sun- shine to everyone that I must write to. *** I go to Sunday School every Sunday; haven't miss- ed in a long time. Mrs. Clyde Hinton is my Sunday School teach- scribe some trip they have made, cr and I certainly like her. She is or how things look where you live, so nice to us. *** Will close, wish- I know this may seem common- ing yo-u many happy days ahead." place to you—you know the scenes I thin...

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

ij-,y 9XSU ** ■ > T o: P V } w than a Cleanser By MRS. MAftGAMT ITUTI HOME PROBLEMS Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt njni—"I feci Pond's Cream* are absolute- ly reliable. this Cream Rejuvenates DOES your 8kin lick a youthful suppleness? Wise daily use of Pond's pure Cold Cream will restore your skin's natural freshness. It is a perfect cleanser—removes every speck of grime. And a little left on overnight relieves dryness and skin tenseness which cause wrinkles. Try Pond's Vanishing Cream for protection against exposure. It gives the skin a soft finish that holds pow- der for hours—and it is not drying! You will cherish these Two Creams. CoprrlffcClMS, rood lEitnrt SAN ANTONIO JOBLESS PREPARE FOR WINTER The unemployed of San An- tonio are making wood while the sun shines, so that no severe sold spell will find them fueless, as was the case last February, according to K. S. Wendler, secretary of the Central Relief Committee. They have prepared 5,000 cords of wood since last No- vember. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 July 1933

Awume CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, IMS. \ ^ 100 Cars New Wheat Shipped From Claude Over 100 cars of wheat has been shipped from Claude, Texas, up to date, and this wheat Is No. 1, the best quality on the market. ThLs wheat was sold at price ranging from 60 to 90 cents per bushel, which means several thous- and dollars to Armstrong county farmers. It Is estimated around two hundred cars of new wheat was raised in the Claude territory this year. Much of this will, of course be used for seed. Possibly some of it for feed. :0: NEW ELECTION LAW. Plateau Sing- ing Convention Met at Claude Regardless—We're all on David's Side By Albert T. Reid Remember, Election officials, that our election laws have been changed. The Judge at each elec- tion box is required to give out un- official returns every two hours at every election box, and when the polls close, the Judge of the elec- tion Is required to give out the returns down to that hour, and again as soon as the returns ...

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

riNU Oowrtjr. yaar—till i Mm County, jut |U0 f _> I Er« 1 ■ fap I <i rtiln Ifajw!< _ . „ *** giMr«N association « % , * Otto H. Kafin, senior partner of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., whose testimony before the Senate Investigating Coni initv j revealed that no income taxes were paid bv him for the year* 1K30, '31 imd '32. Some very warm weather the past two weeks. In fact this is regular August weather, comelng before its time. If we had about 4 inches of rain the weather would cool off and tht thermometer would not be hovering around a 100 in the shade. :0: The larger bank heads of New York, have proved their ability to dodge Income tax by selling pro- perty to relatives and others be- low cost, but you let any little fellow dodge his income tax and he will be immediately railroaded to the penitentiary. o Border. Panhandlle. Conway, Amarillo, Clovis. N. M.. and many other towns were well represented at the Plateau Singing Convention which convened at Claude last Sunday afternoon A...

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

c ADS ffoimr am. s cum a won i •. ■ ■ ■ rot BALE:—100-pound 'cc re- frigerator, cork lined, white ont" tl. hold* tad keeps ice, Cost $85, HS B6 will buy It. W. M. Millet c4S POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that til of the J. A. Futures are ; and hunting, trapping or Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-C MASONIC:— Claude Lodge No 719 Regular meeting nights: first Saturday and Third Tuesday nites of each month.—E. T. Hughlett. Secty. —TP. Half"Soles & Heels 75c SHOE HOSPITAL S18 TAYLOR, AMARILLO, TEXAS Shivering with Chills Burning with Fever Sure Relief for Malaria! Don't try homemade treatments or newfangled remedies I Take that good old tirove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you will be yourself again, for Grove'? Taste- less Chill Tonic not only relieves the iymptoms of Malaria, but destroys the infection itself. The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste- less Chill Tonic kill> the Malarial infec- tion in the blood ...

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

wn THIRD ANNUAL RODEO Claude, Texas \ Thursday and Friday JULY 20th AND 21st $400 IN PURSES Band Music—Good Stock—Fast Show Regulation Contest Rules Entries close at noon each day. A square deal to everybody. Admission 25e and 50o J. C. Yeamen. Arena Director PROGRAM JULY 20th Parade 12:30 Rodeo 2:00 Street Dance 9:00 Vaughn's 8 Piece Orchestra JULY 21st Speaking to Old Settlers at Court House 11:00 Free Barbecue 12:00 Rodeo 2'00 Everybody Welcome 1 WHEN IS A "LEFT - OVER" s. u SAVED OVER" i J BARRY flftlN Eigkleentk lirtilf il jati«gs h«r memorjr rMtortd, to find PHJJfc the wife of Neil frdard. .ticS Cd y > fruit packer. Sh« d«Mrained to Mil aobtdr sf her predicament but eat ebeat iearniu whit she could of her life ta tk« IstarvaL From tie converaatKn of her friaaoa tad Itiiers in ber de k be fathered that ikt kid been a hetnle . pleMure-lo la* irsaoi wo- man. One letter that troubled her wu fna a woman lifning herteli Sophie, bluniM Frills for not living a home to a brtjr Sophi...

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

way a ■Ml nm par «Ml at ti Mt *9&m NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1933. American Legion Rodeo Here Thurs. and Fri. Thursday and Friday, July 20th and 21st, are the two great days lot Armstrong County and our visitoii from other parts of the Panhandle, Four fiuitdred dollars In purses have beetl advertised to go to those winning in the Rodeo. Calf roping, Steer roping, Goat roping, Jack pot to winner; Old Timers roping, tho3e who are over 55 years of age; Bronc riding, Steer rid- ing. Bare back mule riding, Wild Mule race, Remuda Race, Relay race using three horses to the rider makes up part of the big1 RODEO. Claude Repre- sented At The World's Fair Claude has an opportunity th- rough the West Texas Chamber of Commerce to have direct re- presentation at A Century of Pro- gress with literatu'vj, a miniature exhibit, and its name on n large relief map of West Texas—all at a very nominal cost. Chas. W. Stewart, local WTCC director, has received from Spen- ce...

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

— Oomtitf iwr.:—M* Boiled to its cs3er.ce, the cotton contract forces the signer to do something toward living at 'nome. or toward enricliins hi", land, or toward stopping soil ertsion. ' o Speaking of pastures, a fine way to handle a few acres is by sow- ing to such small grains as oats or barley or rye this fall. A winter pasture is something much to be desired, thousands of farmers can tell you. o It's the future tlvt counts. By the time this is -cud the campaign will probably be history. The cr.sh cotton rentals will probably not have arrived, but the problem of what to do with retired c.cres will be staring every cotton farmer in the face. o What can a farmer cio with those extra acres? Well, he can sow cowpeas, sea.-x>n permitting, and have some good cow and hog feed, and perhaps some food for his family. If lie gets :i iTin he might try a late sowing of sudan grass. It should give him grazing for work stock and cows until way up in the fall, o We read with a great deal of ...

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

It* to tt notify the •11 of tha 3. A. Hatatw ind husttm. tnoDinf to not parmttted and *11 trespmsers bt proaecuted. OUNTOM u*n-a Half Sole* & Heel. 75c SHOE HOSPITAL BIS TAYLOR. AMARILLO, TEXAS ps i: 'i WHY GO AWAY When you can do better at home. GRADE OF LEATHER COUNTS Half aolea and heett only 75c HERE CITY SHOE SHOP W. H. GILES, Props. Can't Eat Can't Sleep Can't Work A Sign You're Rundown! When your appetite has fled and you're lo tired and nervous you can't even work, much less sleep, it's a sign you're run- down. It may be due to overwork, worry or sickness, but whatever it is, your con- dition calls for a good tonic. There is nothing better than Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, for it is iron and tasteless quinine combined. Iron, as you know, is a noted blood builder, while quinine tends to purify the blood. Thus you get two effects of vital importance in any rundown condition. Old and young find new appetite, new Itrength and energy in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Try it...

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

' CHEVROLET CO.' mk With Us To Chicago! | free trip to the Chicago "World's r" with the purchase of a- new Chev- irdet. \ t. ( v jNow! is your opportunity to trade in [hat Old Car, see the "World's Fair" and drive Home a New Chevrolet. W- .** - ' . V . , Go With Us To Chicago! Claude, Texas. PILES (or Hemorrhoids) Treated by Conservative Methods. Have now successfully treated about 1400 cases of blind, bleeding and pro- j trading piles. NOW AT CLAUDE At CAPROCK HOTEL, in Room 16, Friday and Saturday, July 21 and 22, and will remain several days longer if necessary. Ask my former patients and then come and see me. M. A. COOPER M. D. Rectal Specialist Childress, Texas. \ 8 £ A Hot Weather Demands Fresh Foods g g More especially in the grocery lines. See us (or Fresh Staple > and Fancy Groceries, now sold lower than they will be sold p later on. Let us figure your next order of Groceries. Our Store is full of notions, most everything; you want and the price is LOWER than ever before...

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

e> m&'rt SgfefTia'HTIIMBIl jniffiT' ' CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1933. 4 An Account of The American Legions Rodeo Citizens of Claude and a host of visitors took port in a colorful two-day celebration, during the past week, in which scenes, cos- turns and the spirit of the Old West lived again. To the accom- paniment of jingling spurs and the thud of high-heeled boots all entered into the spirit of the Third Annual Rodeo sponsored by Claude's American Legion. Though the rodeo itself began with the parade at noon Thursday, the advent of bronzed and weather beaten cowmen and cowboys with their steeds, from ranches far and near early gave the streets of Claude an interest and activity not seen for many months. At the rodeo grounds, there was an equestrian parade of the con- testants. officials and mounted rodeo enthusiasts. This was follow- ed by a striking square dance on horses in which Mrs. Green. Mrs. Yeaman, Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Alta Brummett, Hack Janua...

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