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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 October 1933

w . .v.. - AUDE NEWS tkt Hm «r jn mi it a In The Newt at «Uy I Br I volume u. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1933. NVMH *. 1 f October Term District Court Armstrong Co. The October term of District court will convene in Claude. Oc- tober 33, 1933, at which time Judge Henry S. Bishop, District Judge, Orady Hazlev^jod. {Dist. Attorney and Court Reporter. Nor- man Mlnter, of Amarlllo will be on hands to start court proceed- ings. following is a list of persons selected by the Jury Commission, as appointed by the Hon. Dis- trict Court of Armstrong County Texas, April term. 1933. to serve as Orand Jurors at the October term, 1933: ORAND JURORS O. A. Blankenship. O. M. James. C. M. Bryant, Guy Burton. J. C. Butler, Ed Ford, J. E. McGelw*. H. B. Dye T. R. Osborne, Joe Sparks, H. G. Hynds, Newton Har- rell, W. H. Strickland, Carl Woods. E. H. Christian and D. L. Daw- kins. The Jury Commission making the selection were: H. D. Grimes, R. E. Boone and J. E. Weeks. FETIT JURY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 October 1933

jmt ti.M 'A While in 8weden, Col. Lindbergh and wife visited the farm of his Grandfather. Then flew to Len- ingrade, Russia where the Soviets had arranged a welcome and en- tertainment for him. A Native court of Africa pro- reeded to flog a British subject because of his relations with a native African woman, and the British upheld the flogging. But Chief Tshekedl of the Bamang- wato tribe was put off his thrown because of the trouble. One editor remarked that it is a pitty that the Central Bank Head? did not hold their Annual Convention at the same time the Amalgamated Association of Hold- Up Men, The Federated Kid- nappers and others of this stripe, so M to effect a merger of all ALLIED INTERESTS of a kindred nature. o "Speak unto the Children of Israel that they go Farward". was the subject discussed by Pastor Russell of the First Baptist church last Sunday morning. The pastor reminded his hearers that no na- tion has made progress long, leav- ing God out of their dealings, witho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 October 1933

-<■ J:-: KIIMM timii and an In Tech. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon of Oklahoma City were visiting Mrs. J. W. St rid- er last week end. Miss Oeeola Scott entered Texas Tech. at Lubbock, for this term of school. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Annen visited with his brother, Fred, at Claude, the past week or two. ' Col. RumH C. Martin, of Lot an gelet, i« to lerve another year a* Conimander-inCliief of the Grand Army of the Republic. He whb re- elected at the 07th encampment ut St. Paul. WANT ADS Mr. and Mrs. Smith and child- ren from Tucumseh. Oklahoma, were visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. Strider. The days are growing shorter and shorter and will continue to do so until the 22nd day of De- cember, 1933. WANTED Representative to look after our magazine subscription Interested In Claude and vicinity. Our plan enables you to secure a good part of the hundreds of dol- lars In this vicinity each fall and winter for magazines. Oldest agency In U. S. Guaranteed lowest rutes on all periodicals, domestic and f...

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

JOMLLBAR giving America mot* do our put Uta buy thoae ao toot- X>' w* suggest that new pair at classes _ all the depressed times we have maintained our usual standard of Optical service. Our prioes have been lower ad aa much as possible in keeping with this up-to-st«ndard . We have the OK from several thousand patients whom fi ue serving In Amarlllo and the Panhandle of Texas. Eleventh Installment SYNOPSIS: Ruth Warrtn. who lived in tht bit, b willed three-fourth iotereit in the "Dt i Lantern" ranch in Arisoni by her Ml; brother who is reported to have met his laath while on husinen in Mexico. Arriving Arixona with her husband who hai ailing and their email child, their learn that Dr. T. M. Montgomery, Optometrist CM Pefc Street Amarlllo. Texas Thirteen years in tho exclusive practice of Optometry EXCURSION FARES DALLAS and Return STATE FAIR OF TEXAS October 7th to 22nd S14.70 On Sale OCT. 6th to 21st INCLUSIVE. Final Limit to reach original starting point prior to nild- nifht Oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

;. tip *>,t X %i. ftt,** Try It la The Ncwa and watch rwr CLAUDE NEWS «m4 ma sell taw •bout the Uce or bftatywa thing you need at • bargain. Try It Id The News at only t cento a VOLUME 45. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1933. Thinking Things Through With Phebe K. Warner Claude Ladies Baseball Game Leans vs: Fats Dear Mr. President: Thank you lor all your CODES Most ot us do not know what It's all about. But we believe In you. And you surely are giving us all something new to think and talk about. And we need it. A lot of our trouble today Is the result of so many of us thinking In the same rut for so many years. If we thought at all. Most of us didn't think. We let somebody else do all the thinking, and we paid the bill until It broke us. But there's one more code I hope you will declare Immediately. It's a code that will compel us all to go to town this week and get some new clothes. I don't know how in the world we would pay for them, but if anybody can find ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

KSaCRjgW "The Lost Book". was the sub- ject discussed by Presiding Elder, L. N. Lipscomb, at the Claude Methodist Church last Sunday evening. Text: "I Have Pound the Book of the Law in the House of the Lord". Bro Lipscomb never falls to preach a wonderful sermon when he visits Claude. Quarterly Conference followed this excellent sermon a few minutes later. o WASHINGTON-«"Economic re- covery has not just started, but Is well under way". National Re- covery Administrator Hugh S. Johnson Informed leading manu- facturers and advertisers in urg- ing their cooperation in the na- tional "Now is the Time to Buy" campaign which got under way October 9. Data gathered from em- llc_"°'\af ployment records, production fig- ures, and pay-roll totals showing a sustained upward nnord AOAIM8T WAR. NO ww via ever started without ORBED and Oroft being at the bottom. Eliminate Greed and you eliminate war. Another safe way to stop war is to let it be known,' without the least doubt, that every' man who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

Come And Get Free Meat If . You Signed Up The meat has been received for distribution ta persons on Relief roll*. Only those on relief rolls are eligible to receive this meat. Please call AT ONCE for this meat. —J. E. Johnson, Armstrong Co.. Administrator, WANT ADS_ SEP. H. K. STAN FIELD WRITES (Continued from First Page) WANTED—An Oil Range Cook Stove; will trade one or two calves for same, or give cash. See John R. McNeal. 7-p WANTED Representative to look after our magazine subscription Interested In Claude and vicinity. Our plan enables you to secure u good part of the hundreds of dol- lars In this vicinity each fall and winter for magazines. Oldest agency In U. S. Guaranteed lowest rates on all periodicals, domestic and foreign. Instructions and equip- ment free. Start a growing and permanent business in #hole or spare time. Address MOOR^-COT- TRELL, Inc., Wayland Road, North Cohocton, N. Y. «.p TO TRADE:—A Dreiser and two Iron Bedsteads for a good Coal Heater. W. J. HOLTZCLAW,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

KSP Mt LIMITED TIME ONLY $5.00 Never Before Have We Offered Such Values In The Panhandle FREE Examination and Consultation NOTE OCR SPECIAL LOW PRICES SPECIAL ss.00 Filling* Me up porcelain Filling* SUM up Crowns $5.00 up Bridge work $3.00 up Cleaning $1.00 up Painless Ex- tractions $1.00 up OPEN SUNDAYS 'TILL NOON MAYO and CARROLL jomnat/ut DENTAL CLINIC MASSIE BLDG. 4TH AND POLK STS. PHONE 2-3436 Twelfth Installment SYNOPSIS: Ruth Warrea, who Hred ln the Lit, U wUlad thr«t fourth interest la the "Dead lantern" ranch in Anion* by her palf brother who is reported to have met hie death while on business in Mexico. Arriving ia Arisona with her husband who has ailing loafs and their small child, they learn that the ranch U located 85 miles from the nearest railroad. Old Charley Thane, rancher and rural mail carrier agrees to take them to the "Dead Lantern" gate. 5 miles from the reach house. At they trudge wearily through a gulch approaching the ranch house, a voice whispers "Go back! ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

1 M(1F "ki , V v. • j's.. j •JtJa ;., V-SjJit' 1 ;{• • -v "•>- i v- i** ■■ ''j*, • • :ir i? magazine section lb. Mm Mai t Tim ar *• af n «r,gra« Ipi MM riMMU M aM aaM« faraawa a W a4v«rtWa( «WT Try it nf jwr b—ta— «tn mm by teapi n4 bounds. U CLAUDE NEWS WANT AIM at «lr h a v«i C far caah ywhavai tfca fUw ar brill yaa waUbbi r* Ml at a 1 Mrgafak Try it U lb CUb X«n at wlj U par L VOLUME 45. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933. NUMBER 6. LITTLE MARY MIXUP Trade Mark Re*. TT. 8. Pat. Off. INT By R. M. Brinkerhoff >lArdV, -riEet£. COME Ale. VietjsTfeTe t+MD kJUrrLeTo .s-peMr> TfH=. ^A/ITJ4 US — r^' ❖ vj&'cz, i+ Lor • PuW , "fMieoutv - L&Tjr e-re^VC/OOS / X cam'T -SW'M- — I Ml <S+lT~ &o WADi^^- cS-o ^Wi MMlMc1 - 4^"/) <^un -ft\fcX>\*JlH<Sr 1^0C(<S - - y<= o Mie-Ar ffjr MC. NW6i_u-THEM- LETi <£-<=> CAHOE'Hfr- . THAT '.S L<?TS OF ruM/ --^&V, laoMY iaITO caMOE - -4eV| <^c rr- f*PLAs4i*<S> ! THAT-% <MEA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

■ ■ Mi a a MAS «TH c a.1 Hnm j^nln f*iaU t£ n* Di hit ed PO' we set Fb •la Dl| F tl Vt S06SMC TK Phi Felipe jnow Del Rio, Tens). That camp, known m the famous Cineaga Springs ranch, was the only white habitation between San Felipe and El Paso. Throughout this part of Texas, in the seventies, along the Rio Grande river, murderous Apache In- dians ravaged ranches and killed white settlers. "My father and uncle, who pioneered Texas, had the requirements for win- ning theWest," said Mr. Roberts. "Both were honorable, fearless and liked ad- venture. As for myself, 53 years ago I drove 1500 cattle from below San An- tonio to Val Verde county, searching for grass and water to run them five years without shifting. The cattle belonged to Billy Slaughter, son of one of the first and ablest Baptist preachers in Texas. Billy proposed that I run that herd five years on the shares; the offer was too good to turn down, especially by me, at an age when boys want to do something for themselves. Ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

.'••• <' w ' s* , -t °*• I C OM MEN T F«r the Orphan Kiddies : *- * ' • V JOHN B. Lone vu the fire chief of the town of Kearney in New Jer- sey. He is deed now; died a few weeks ago. There was an or- phanage located in Kearney and away back in 1927 the building caught fire the night before Christmas. The chil- dren were all safely rescued, while the building burned, but the children were inconiwlable because they knew that in one of the upstairs rooms Santa Claus had stored away all the pretty toys and dolls and candies they were to get in their stockings for the happy Christmas morning. This man Lone learned of the children's distress. He gave orders that none of his men should follow nim and into that cauldron of flame he went. He made four trips and brought to safety every one of Santa's gifts. His hair was singed, his lungs were scorched and at the end of his last trip he collapsed. Stricken with double pneumonia, his life for many days hung in the balance. While he did not d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

u n« Di Mi ed po w< ffi Ffo U at« F tl V* Thi MASON VOIt FIFTY TEARS Congressman J. J. Mansfield of Columbus, has been a Mason for 60 ■BP-E X A S N E •!/ : • • ■ /: - • FJ PATE veara. t A. M, Caledonia Lodge No. 68, A. F. ' observed the 60th an- niversary of his membership. Mayor C. K. Quinn of San Antonio, presented i life membership to the Congressman. JUTE BAGGING vs. COTTON In only one year in the past ten has it been cheaper to use jute rsther than cotton for bagging The latter is much higher per pound but only 4Va pounds of this material are used in a bale as compared with 12 pounds of jute. These statistics should prove interesting to those favoring the use of cotton and thereby enlarging the market for cot- ton. CORPUS CHRISTI CALLER IS HALF CENTURY OLD It was 50 years ago that the Corpus Christi Caller made its first call at the residences in that city and environs. In recognition of its continuous publication since then, it will issue a special Fiftieth Anniversary edit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

ptc, ant Advertisements KM THEM-You Miy find What You Want MUMS AMD MKCillS 'OVKD VJkki|8, tsuViio .tu HMD <wh payment, b l*ne« 20 tu St I'M',, e per ««nt. "COME MCL." tbw* farm*. "XOVj WILL NOT UK DIS- APPOINTS." II. C. SHiXTON, lJoi l>(3. L«ni«n, Tnu. SKVJlRAL fwd'T« . farms and ranch*:, al«o citrus lands and «ltjr property. Bom« xfcde«. W|itt V. V. Canon 4 Co., T«M. orrl. Flap Hank Bldg., dan Antonio, F'Ofc 8ALK—160-acra BUck land. 180 eul- livaUd, good frame Iioub*, $00.00 acre. Long terms. Win. Hascoe'Land Co., Cor. I^a Christ!, Tex. L an Cornpapy Ageiit*. FA KM 8 and ranches for a!e In the beautiful hUls. T. U. PATTON, Blanco, Texat. 84-ACK& improved farm, eight miles irom Front. Navarro County. B. F. ROGERS, Tahoka, Texan. HUNDREDS of Texas and New Mexico farms st DEPRESSION prices. Bulletin sent giving complete description, priceu and terms. FARM OWNERS ASSOCIA- TION, Farwell, Texu«, or ClovU, N. M. MR. FARMER: If you plan on buyina land and locating on the South P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

[ an, ■y AUMT MABY A PUZZLE IN PICTURES A GREAT HISTORICAL EVENT She nil oe* qailti, draw Here it t puiile of fractional pictures and words in which is conceal- ed the name of a famous historical event There are seven pictures drawn in circles of the same size. Part of each picture has been cut out and thrown away, so you will have to do a little careful studying: to find what was the original picture in each instance. Then observe the fraction of a circle shown, and take the same fraction of the object represented. When you arrange these isolated portions together in a certain order you, Will get a great historical event which occurred dur- ing the month of April. Answers to Last Month's Puzzle I. Door has two knobs. .2. Hose siding missing. 3. Banisters do not match. 4. Porch hand rails do not match. 5. Stone missing in porch foundation. 6. Hoe at one end has rake at other. •7. Pitchfork prong twisted. 8. Hat incorrectly drawn. 9. Bench leg missing. 10. Table leg incomplete. II. P...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

mmw a 'or Exquisite Skin Tone Mrs. Morgan Belmont "««W •* with l-ond'a Cream- th« Ideal fHOIW your skin smooth and fine J- Use Ponfi famishing Cream as • flnish before powdering. It gives th« akin a lovely tone and is a pro- tection against exposure. If neglect has caused roughened or chapped •kin, this silky cream will heal it. To keep your skin thoroughly ' 1 use Pond's Cold Crram. Its rich oils remove all foreign particles without destroying the natural skin oils or clogging tlie pores. A bit left on overnight relieves facial strain and wards off age-telling lines. These Two Creams will kecpynur skin beautifully fresh. Copyright, 1933, Pond's Kurirt Company Corns FirstdropofFreezone stops all pain Doesn't hurt one bit. Drop n little FREEZONE on an aching corn, in- stantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of FREEZONE for a few rents, sufficient to remove every liar-l corn, or corn between the toes, and the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 October 1933

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 October 1933

M- MtK be act Mverttoint every year. Try It la The New* and watch year btttaeM grew by leap* and bauds. VOLUME 45. CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1933. Went AdvertWar * will Mil have abeat the place or briaryeaaaap thing you need at a bargain. Try II la The Newt at only I cents a ward. NCMBEE 1. f S R \ $ Thinking Things Through With Phehe K. Warner About thirty years ago our gov- ernment woke up to the realization that the decay of country life would soon mean the decay of the nation. The past four years have verified that conviction. Fortunately for us all our gov- ernment began at that time to pre- pare us for depression And the most sensible thing it did was to create the farm and Home Ex- tension Service for our farm peo- ple. In the beginning there was not ti specially trained man or wo- man In the whole country for q service. There was not even a plan, or program, or fund to pro- vide such a service for the farm people. Just Dr. Seaman A. Knapp'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 October 1933

And thrilled with wqwtaiu pain; Yet, through It all there's * glad At my t*tra fall to rhymings of rain. DO OUR PART O. K. or Okey was first recorded Ui Summer County, Tenn., when President Andrew Jackson, on October 8, 1790, proved the sale of a negro slave when the records carried his O. K. on said sale. o 375 National Banks are to be re-opened, thus making an effort to free Two Billion Dollars which la badly needed at this time. This will be Okey if they turn money loose and make times better. o A London bookseller paid twenty .thousand dollars for eight love let- ters written by Napoleon to Jose- phine.- Seme of our boys and girls, yet single, should learn the con- tents of those Love Letters. o The time of the year has ar- rived when over-coats are need- ed. More blankets are needed for many beds. The question naturally arises, where are we going to get the money with which to buy these things. o f Miuliiiir Oun Kell.v, tries to laugh if off, but tliosf chains and leg iron- kno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 October 1933

(Continued from Vint Pace) provtatom of the President's Re- A. When they are in fact eroer- «ency matntance employee!. "Main- tenance" as used In PRA and sub- stitutions thereof Is synonomous with "keep in repair." Q. Shall .time consumed by em- ployees attending sales meetings be counted as working hours? A. If held during working hours, tefular employees shall not be docked for attending meetings san- ctioned by employers. WANT ADS FOR SALE—200 barrel storage tank and tower. Good as new.—R. E. Blanton. l-t-c I WISH TO rent a nice 5 or 6 room rent house for Couple with- in next 20 days or less. Want hard- wood floors, nice bath, proper cabinets, proper shades, linoleum, lawn, etc. Desired for about one year.—Claude News Office. WANTED—An Oil Range Cook Stove; will trade one or two calves for same, or give cash. See John R. McNeal. 7-p National til ward rfa.vet, of Decatur, 111., it tli# National Commander of the American Legion, elected at the Chicago reunion. He was in the navy, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 October 1933

V-V I P U8AR Lr«; r o KIWMCIIM/ Make Every Day A Holiday | From Labor! Each day seems like a vacation when you have electric ser- vant* doinf your work. But don't forget this—even the fi- nest electrical equipment can't be operated efficiently if there aren't enough convenient electrical outlets! Ask your electrician to go ever your house with you. He can find the best places to put the outlets that are needed. When he (eta through there'll be no more climbing chairs to plug the cleaner Into an overhead fixture, no more disconnecting this to operate that. Things will run more smoothly and get done mow quickly. All the new outlets necessary can now be installed Inexpensively and without fuss or bother. Call your electrician! Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Companif Thirteenth. Instalment SYNOPSIS: Ruth Wtrrtn, who lived ia the Eait, is wllt«d three-fourth interest in the "Dfc&d lantern" ranch in Artsona by her only brother who is reported to have met hie death while oa business in Me...

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