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

That well known writer, JOHN UEBAR. Is the author of our NEW STORY, with first installment on the last pace. Turn to the last page before you forget It. :0: Ten community canning units each with three steam pressure canners and a sealer are operat- ing on a toll basis in Red River county following demonstrations in canning by Extension Service work- ers. o The Hopkins County Home Dem- onstration Club Market opened late In May In Sulpher Springs with IS farm women selling products of home manufacture. Building and store equipment were furnished by local merchants. o They feel dressed up in their made-over clothes, renovated by use of foundation patterns, says 13 Victoria county home demon- stration club women who made over 13 dresses at a cost of $2.20. The renovated garments are now rated worth $15.91. o American Investors were bled to the tune of over Twenty-Five BILLIONS of Dollars the past ten years. By the new law the Govern- ment expects to rid this nation of .km m H put and pa...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1933

s r cn bl Z lM > u] M to 1 * I bl Z M > bl M Don't fail to get your is great (east of BARGAINS! LADIES' FAST COLOR WASH FROCKS Ltvlnr'n have priced this merchandise to sell. We are celebrating our thirteenth year of suc- cessful service. Hence this price 33c 6th and Taylor St., Amarillo, Texas 1,000 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Regular SI.00 value., siies 11 to 11. full (ut fast color broadcloth materials. 63c 13 th W W 13 th BEGINS THURSDAY JULY 27th. 9 A. M. L A D I E' S SILK DRESSES AT GREAT REDUCTION VALUES IN SILK HOSE NEVER BEFORE EQl'ALED Pure .-ilk. lull-fashioned, first quality in a wide range of choice colors in all sizes. You c.'.n't afford tc miss this value. SPECIAL AT LEVINES! [! LEVINE'S IS THE PLACE TO 33c GROUP 1 $1 33 SAVE AT LEVINE'S Eyelet embroideries, or- ;andies, fancy voiles, linen suits and silk piques, and a host of various attrac- tive Summer styles. Jump in your car and run down right now and see our window display. GROUP 2 $3 33 GROUP 3 LEVINE'S ADDRESS: lis...

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

OF ,1 The Home Newspaper DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSrORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE ... Perhaps you have a fine stock of goods of exceptional value. Perhaps it is quoted at extremely moderate prices. Your windows may be more attrac- tive than any in town. But who knows those prices if you don't consistent- ly advertise them? What proportion of your trading area population passes your windows when compared with the great number of prospects that The Claude News talks to every week?... The Claude News is the favorite home newspaper of every resident of Claude and has been increasing almost con- stantly in circulation and advertising lineage for years, helping to sell mer- chandise successfully for the most progressive merchants of Claude. It is a Magic Carpet of Trade. Call Us Today. In either display advert...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1933

ItHi * ft to notify UM puttie out 3S**te5KS?SKJ > not parmtttod and all trespassers CLINTON ia-tf-c Half Soles & Heels 75c SHOE HOSPITAL SIS TAYLOR, AMARII,LO, TEXAS WHY GO AWAY WkM yon can do better at home. OKADE OF LEATHER COUNTS Half soles and heels only 75c HERE CITY SHOE SHOP W. H. GILES, Props. WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE a at Oar Now ARTIST PERMANENT WAVE MACHINE. DtJARTS PERMANENT WAVES ONLY |1. 5 TO KM ARTISTIC PERMANENT WAVES fMO TO $S.M j Phone P. 2nd 4187, All Work Guaranteed O. BEAUTY SHOP Door North of Port Office. AmariUo, Texas. RESISTS 1IEAT DEFIES FRICTION Hear About Thermoil Radio KGRS 1410 KUo. 7 A. M 11 A. M. MUSICAL — Amarillo 10 A. tl 30 P. PROGRAM Mr, To Be Otmpsey's Bride - *, |pit; M IwS to Tfili hJa mother Mr*, ftumir Gavin* and to take In the two day Mrs. Ada Woodward leaven Fri- day of this week, for Boulder Col- orado to visit with Mr. and* Mrs Milton Boone. Mrs. Luther Lowery and daugh- ter, alio liar sister, Florene, visit- ed with her mother, Mrs. Ru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 July 1933

'■w*. ■ Cm plated at raadam frtm tha tyaadway bafara starting Hurray YIBCAVSB tbe average motorist la ™ becoming vara and mora con- oaraad with motor oil parformanca, tka rataiug industry has recently fcaaa turning its attention to 1m- irowi refining methods designed to meet the publlc'a demand for better lubrication from the medium- priced lubrlcanti. for yaaira the main problem con- fronting the induatry waa reduction of carbon depoalts, and like mat- tare, but today the important prob- lem la bow to provide batter lubri- cation. Vary definite and aatiafactory progress baa been made along thia line, aa shown recently in mileage taata conducted at the Indianapolis Speedway under supervision of the Conteat Committee of the American latoamblle Association. Thase atraeta, lined up an Indlanapalia teat af new hlgh-mlleage metor oil. taata ahowed that a new high- mileage oil, produced by the Gulf Refining Company, gives 28.5 per cant mora atlas to tha quart than any of tha other three p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

1 ' "Wm - 4 ' "•' >; ' -Zm IP * ■ * ^aj ■/•< ■ \||P5 "T" w. "■ " *.•y'-*' ■'■■■■**■■■ S '•: " , IKaMBBMHPBKiasHKSMBiMMH"■* •*.• fS^' KHPraraSi p?^HJ&-*®£iiy§§£L , «■: > ; «-"• . - " f *• CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, ACQ. 4, 1933. Fireman Falls From Building: Died Tuesday Marshall (Pug) Jackson, 33 years of ace. a member of The Claude Pile Department, fell from the (op of the Warner brick build- ing last Friday about 7:20 p. m. striking the ground on his shoulder and back which broke his back and dislocated several ribs. He was carried to Amarlllo in an ambu- lance and placed In the North- west Sanitarium for treatment, where he was conscious al- most every minute of the time for the first three days. He was plac- ed in a sling under the celling and his back brought back in place and a cast placed around his body, j acreage 30% which will leave him and it was believed that he had 180 acres to seed to wheat thlr good chances for recovery. j fall. He will take ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

K I- ;>■, , r* . * '**■. ■ ■■ STr^fPT Mini Delia Bahin, of New Orbans, • visitor to Cliieago for the Wurl.l Fair, entered it Charm Revue eon'c.i at the Fair beach hii(I was depart*' the winner. Voi-c, mui atv juo cu. riage were puibU NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF TEXAS | COUNTY OF ARMSTRONG | TO ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO OR HOLDING CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF W. T. HELMS, DECEASED. The undersigned has qualified and been appointed as Adminis- trator of the Estate of W. T. Helms, Deceased, of Armstrong County by the County Court of said County on the 28th day of July, A. D. 1933, and all persons indebted to said estate will please come forward and make settle- ment. Those having claims against the said estate will please present them to the Administrator within the time prescribed by law, at his residence at Wayside, Texas, where he receives his mail. DATED: JULY 28, 1933. 51-c W. H. Hamblen, Administrator of the Es- tate of W. T. Helms, De- ceased. sell more goods, and how is he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

I -1 A WOW P"M«e that *® ^ '• A. Hatum hi potted, ■oi hunting, trapping or fcjht&g l> !wt Permitted and au trespassers > Uib« prosecuted. CLINTON "W, Ant. Mgr. POSTED NOliCE:—All parties •re wanted not to trespass on or through pastures aiV. to Luttiells Springs.—C. M. Lutlrell. 48-P Half Soles & Heels 75c SHOE HOSPITAL 5I« TAYLOR. AMARILLO, TEXAS WHY GO AWAY When you can do better at home. GRADE OF LEATHER COUNTS Half soles and heels only 75c HERE CITY SHOE SHOP w. H. GILES, Props. Phone WE' WISH TO ANNOUNCE 1—talhtl— •! Oar New ARTISTIC DeLUX COMBINATION . PERMANENT WAVE MACHINE. ODARTS PERMANENT WAVES ONLY gl.M TO Sl.St ARTISTIC PERMANENT JfAJ^S «S.M TO $M0 * '• All Work Gaanurteed P. O. BEAUTY SHOP tad Door North of foot Office. 4117, Amarlllo, Texas. Renew Your Health By Purification Any physician will tell you that "Perfect Purification of the Sys- tem is Nature's Foundation of Perfect Health." Why not rid yourself of chronic ailments thut are undermining your vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

v «t-«a te ■ . • C. R. GUYN mmwhkhmnrmbbwmmmnwkkis Second SEND IT TO US When you want to save money and that ALL THE TIME Strength and Money are saved when the services of this Laundry are em- ployed. It 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. Do We Have What Is Called Overproduction By I. B. ALFORD I offer no apology for the a- bove subject. It Is not my inven- tion. But the wise boys who seem fixed In the habit of advising everybody about everything, are running about here and there, and howling as if with spasmodic stomach pains, and insisting on defying God Almighty himself, who by his own Decree authorized "seed time and harvest," to the end that humanity might, live. These half baked nuts remind me of a hound dog off trail on a fox chase—doesn't know where he is heading, but Is making a hell of a fuss about it. But back to...

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

CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1933. magazine section VOLUME 44. LITTLE MARY MIXUP mv/ soda, you' re dirty - r don't think you've had a bath since X'VB Been away — WAUT AM at aaly %t a wh| wSQ MOaMMtkiag fir cash ymm kmika tfca plaea «r Mac m ewwUtfa* yi nmi at • bargaia. Try ft ia Tha Claa4« Nm at only 2c par wai NUMBER 49. Trade Mark Re*. U. S. Pat Off. 1933 By R. M. Brinkerhoff aw don't be scared— it won't hurt YOU—and don't out into that dlrtv all A There — that's about right—not too hot and not TOO cold-' soda'll like come, 0oda-come On and have a nice warm bath—you'll like it—come <\TTT 1 come back here—— you'll get dirtier Than ever-come back i didn't see that xmst old mud puddle—jlmmlny/' 50da 15 getting away — l-4/Z: // ////vv v ' \ ' * fyr / r'//1 11 * y // vt *n ' AW DON'T GO into That hole — you'll GET DIRTIER Than ever — r can't reach him he mu5t have gone Out The other now, look at me — all over "sand and: dirt / and There goes soda—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

V yjj? I I bove tlon. flxec even runn howl stom defy) by end Thes me i a lo he i heU Bu over* am t with of d for i prodi overp who We inorti the and home tlon ready ger 1 In th Indus furtht have advici wise death make way 1 We : suckei tlnue to pi gambl cent overpt and d sist a get bi led u. We ht emplo; work I appare the fr But, the p« overpn lng. I of con statem known alleged where I am assert overpri as eott econoa trurtloi can be Buinptt day. I mer t portuni in pom der tb thai )l any p I criti lstratio though very m Mef m Veloae <*f thewar between the States. Hie flret assignment by the mission board of his denomina- tion was California, "to preach the gos- pel to the heathen Cslifornians." He spent a few years there, then a few years more in Nevada before being as- signed to Texas to Christianize the cat- tlemen, cowboys, desperadoes, and peace officers. The parson was kind-hearted and good-natured, with a keen sense of humor, and could appreciate a joke when the fun for the...

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

■' 'fi'jO-v:' •• v; -,y- . •"-' •. ;••••■' f |% - 4 . mmm m mm >" HIM awro SBBIm«sfflf 118 ' **-•'; :■ *- - ' ' ' ■ M E N T *H0 ~ £ ™c£' A ~ * (CaBrrigkt IMS. hr tfca Hon Cater Friat CO 4jWfco SaW Tfcejr Had Quit? \ MAGAZINE devoted to the home in a recent issue claims to have discovered, by means of a largely circulated questionaire, that the mothers of America have revived the ancient custom of singing lullabies to their babies. As if they ever ceased to do it! I have no doubt our mothers away back in the cave age hummed lullabies, sweet and low, to their babes and they have been doing it ever since. Many new ways of raising babies have come into vogue in these latter days, and most of them are good and have saved the lives of hundreds of thou- sands of little ones. While most mod- ern mothers have adopted these new ways, yet when the little tired child comes to the mother when the day is done, or when the little one is sick and restless and feverish, the mother, an- cient or m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

I VW D i bovc tion flxei ever rum how ston defy by "caoj flCCi end Thet me a f< he : hell Bu over) am : with of c for prodi overt who We morn the and home tlon ready ger 1 in th Indus furtta have advio wise death make way We sucke: tlnue to p gamb cent overpi and c sist a get b led u We h; emplo work appan the ft But, the p overpr ing. 1 of coi statenr known allegei where I am assert overpr as col? rconot traeUt can b< sumptl day. 1 mer portun In pot der tl that 1 any ( I crit ktratta thouck very « Htf M •omeU m m .1 to BUILD HOM> ___ Fred W. Wilson post of tho American Legion, Denison, is complet- ing arrangements for the erection of a memorial home in that city. ACTIVE AT 92 YEARS Although 92 years old, Mrs. Susan Bedford Steel of Eastland still walks to town to do her marketing and attends church service each Sunday. Mrs. Steel came to Texsa 54 years ago. She is the widow of tjie late John L. Steel. TEXAS POPULATION HAS GAINED Texas has an estimated population of 6.023,0...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

ft>v: (futt, tan. EAK OF THE VCOE- TABLE WORLD "Here's one that Burbank miMed," aaid T. A. Wilson, of the Pleasant Retreat com- munity, Smith county, as he exhibited in Tyler a plant that growa potatoes underneath and tomatoes on top of the ground. There were no to- matoes grown within 70 yards of the potato plant, Mr. Wil- son affirms. The plant grew from a seed potato. In taste and appearance the top growth of fruit is said to re- semble a green tomato. a jfi r* b DALLAS CITY-MANAGER SELECTS UNDERSTUDY Jimmy Aston, honor grad- uate, cadet colonel and star athlete of Texas A. & M. Col- lege, has been selected by 7ohn N. Edy, city manager of ^Dallas, to be his unde* 'ludy. During the next six months Aston will work in various de- partments of the city govern- 4Jr^nt of Dallas. His train- ing in city management will be from the bottom up. His first work was as a ditch dig- ger on a storm sewer project at a ditch digger's salary. BORDEN COUNTY SENDS FIRST MAN TO PEN The State o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

I are jplPl $' *! bo tic fix ev ru ho stc de: by "a en Tb m< a he hel I ov< am wit 0 t tor pre ove wta Wt mo the an< hot tloi rea ger in ind fur ha\ adv wis dea mal waj We sucl tint to gan cent ovei and slst get led We emp worl appi the Bt the over lng. of ( stat< kno\ a I lei whei 1 a asse: over, as o W on truoi can sum| day. mer port) In p der that anyf 1 ci l£tr« thou very Her S3 «• < man county resulted in 60,- 000 rata being killed by poisoning methods. established at " De Leon. Large cottonwood tree* were cut down on the farm of J. J. Montague, and the timber made into crates. The wood is light and dur- able. Three herds of Wheeler county beef cattle in dem- onstrations last season av- eraged their owners 81 cents per bushel for corn. The cheese factory at Goldwaithe has been pur- chased by Armour & Co., and plans are being made to increase its capacity. Farmers in the vicinity of Richland Springs, San Saba county, planted 1,200 acres in watermelons this yea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

?*' •*?> £g§ - Ate and 1? AUWTIAtT Mm wS wlSL. •; ,-a^ W$; •"- 'v ■• V&f.W% !■'•'■■'• ' ' •' ?•' PUZZLE IN PICTURES FIND THESE MI8TAKES r. ueu. hengry, [ II \ ill put ioM£ corrcw tfi my EARS AND / WON^ HEAR NOTHEN LETTER HEAR MAT mi *«& The artist hu made at least twenty-one mistakes in this picture some of them are quite glaring errors while others are almost unnoticeable. Can you find them before Henry reads that letter? 10. The other shoe has no lacing;. 11. One of his sleeves is striped. 12. Bat not complete. 13. Boy (fourth from left) has one sleeve- less arm. 14. He has but one shoe. *15. Boy (rig-ht) has two patterns on trouser legs. 16. The "N" on his sleeve is reversed. 17. Fence has supports on both sides. 18. Ball is flat on one side. 19. Other ball is stitched wrong. 20. Can is on tree. ANSWER TO LAST MONTH'S PUZZLE 1. Twig grows out of fence. 2. Boy (extreme left) has one striped trouser. 3. Glove has four fingers. 4. Bat knob on wrong fend. 6. Boy (seoond fr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 August 1933

b tl fl v ri h sf d b: "t ei T it a h- h o* ai w ol fc Pi ch w W m tfc HI he tl< re ge in in fu hi ac wl de m wt W su tli to ga ce ov an sis ge lec W< eir wo ap th« } thi ov< inj of sta kn all< wh I ass ov< as N< tru cat 8UI da: me POI in dei thi an] 1 ifiti '■ the ver 2 n* \ ■ MORE -WWW |W SATISFYING Here's a pleasant way to end the most per- sistent thirst and re- store the most faded energy—drink a glass of Upton's Tea, Iced. Its refreshing flavor will delight you and make you forget the' hot weather. Upton's Tea goes further and tastes better. UPTON'S GRANITE MARKER FOR HISTORICAL SPOT The spot on which was held the meeting that organized Bell county as a governmental unit of Texas in June, 1850, is to be designated by a granite marker provided by Chapters of Daughters of the Texas Re- public in Bell county, headed by Ben Milam chapter of Bel- ton. The county was named for General S. P. Bell, who won military honors in the war with Mexico. The place is identifi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1933

y Claude Business Houses Will Co- operate On NRA One of the best attended meet- ings of the business men of Claude was held In the District Court room Mon. evening of this week. The town hod been thoroughly warned of the business meeting and three speakers from Amarillo were here and addressed the crowd. Judge S. P. Mathews called the house to order and Introduced the first speaker, who In turn intro- duced the other two, two young men less than 23 years of age, Just out of college. The three gentlemen from Amarillo stated the object of.. , the NRA after which a round * . , 10011 'h-st. when table discussion followed in which missed a home rtui within the Mr. B. C. Wooldrldge, Pinkie White park be^g a close second 111 a Claude Baseball Boys Put Here- ford to Route A baffled bunch of Fireman from Hereford went down before a bar- age of hits from sure-winging Claude boys In the second game of yesterday's Globe-News tournament doubleheader. They gained the hon- or of being the first te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1933

parity u cwttr the oonttr". But will (urn. Tint Is the we ever triad to answer, nje* It Is: Just u soon m enough money has been placed back Into circu- lation to brine about No the PANIC WILL BE O ■very Lawyer. Doctor, Preacher, Statesmen, Business man and Poll* ticlan, who has read this argu* ment in the past said: "YOU A RIGHT. o NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OP TEXAS | COUNTY OP ARMSTRONG | TO ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO OR HOLDING CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE Of' W. T. HELMS, DECEASED. The undersigned has qualified and been appointed as Adminis- trator of the Estate of W. T. Helms, Deceased, of Armstrong County by the County Court of said County on the 28th day of July, A. D. 1933, and all persons indebted to said estate will please come forward and make settle- ment. Those having claims rgainst the said estate will please present them to the Administrator within the time prescribed by law, at his residence at Wayside. Texas, where he receives his mail. DATED: JULY 28. 1933. 51-c W. H....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1933

mm JW-S fANT ADS WAJ*T AM, s CENTS A WORD 1HY OUR Tractor Distillate at ONLY 5 cents a gallon. Three or man barrels delivered.—Phone H. Phillips Station, CLYDE BUTLER, MQft. 51 -c. IMs Is to notify the public that HI of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or la not permitted and all trespassers «UI be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c POSTED NOTICE:—Ail pa.tles ore wanted not to trespass c.n or through pastures ant', to Luttrclis Springs.—C. M. Luttrell. 52-p. WHY GO AWAY When you ean do better at home. GRIDE OF LEATHER COUNTS Half aoles and heels only 75c 1IERE CITY SHOE SHOP W. H. GILES, Props. MASONIC:— Claude Lodge No. 719 Regular meeting nights: first Saturday and Third Tuesday nites of each month.—E. T. Hughlett, Secty. —TP. Get Rid of Malaria! Baniah Chills and Fever! To conquer Malaria, you must do two things. (1) Destroy the inlection in the blood. (2) Build up the blood to over- come the effects and to iortity against further attack. There is o...

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