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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 December 1933

.„ J^Hr ■■ H- tevortte Dtily and set Your Hon at HALF PRICK. "■CMBHE 15 ma ' • -.A ' -Y VOR REWT—'Furnished Rooms or rootn and Board at Very R«a- aooabia lUto See O. f. WIL- MOTH, Claud*. 14-p T Waal Ad at ONLY 2-cento « word, will q?U (or CASH something |oii do not need, or bring you quick raulta. MASONIC)— Claude Lodge No 718 Regular meeting nights: first .Saturday and Third Tuesday nites of each month.—E. T. Hughlett. Secty. —TF ONE 6-PLY CASINO—4-50—20 to sell at one dollar. Lots of Miles yet on this casing. Call at Print- ing Office. 10-p TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred ■lieets, cut 84 by 11 inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and ■ave money. CUSTOM GRINDING I have installed a new mill and am doing custom feed grinding In the same building occupied by Pete Moore, in the Old Johnson Blacksmith shop. Ten cents per hundred charged for all threshed grain, 15c for heads, and 1714c...

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

...hence requiring less oil per mile/ Little is really understood about the complicated ingre- dients which make up petroleum crude oils. But this one fact has been proven time and again: By and large the older a crude oil is, the finer motor oil it will make— and the fewer quarts you will have to add on long trips. Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil is refined and blended from the oldest Mid-continent paraffin-base crudes, mellowed and filtered in the earth for an average of 80 million years—so say geologists. In process of manufacture, Sin- clair chills Sinclair Opaline down to as low as 60° F. below zero in order to remove the non-lubricating petroleum jelly. Sinclair Opaline is all lubricant—no waste. Try a crankcaseful. Note how seldom you need to add oil. IIC v % O" OIL From the Oldeit Mid-continent Crudes Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) M. R. BEST Phone 57 Claude, Texas Tune in Monday evenings—40 NBC Stations Sinclair Minstrels. where Snavely of the rode and tee it you can tee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

VOLUME «. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT*, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. IS, IMS. There Is Wheat, Gnu and Meat For The Needy We have meat for families who are on the relief rolls. Also wheat for feed for milk cows, chickens and hags, for those who have reg- istered. We would like to pass It out to the needy. The CWA work Is moving along very nicely. About 150 men are at work this week. The wages ore SS cents an hour, with 30 hours a month. Weeks begin on Friday All. and end Thursday night so that pay rolls may be prepared for Saturday. Some people are being wrongly Impressed about the CWA program. It la NOT for all the unemployed but Is, as It has always been, a relief program. We have about eight projects approved for work and all man labor Is paid for from relief funds. Our county and city are very generous In providing team and truck hire, and In furnishing material in order that this work may continue. — ARMSTRONG COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR. :0: O. F. Smalley was attending to business In Amarlllo Frid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

PRESS ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News ts authorized to announce the following can- didates for til* office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 1934. For Sheriff A Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY The Amarlllo Daily News carried an article this week on INFLAT- ION OF MONEY, which was writ- ten by John T. Flyn. Economical Expert of Collier's Weekly. Of course the Amarillo Daily News is not to be censured for the many and varied Misrepresentations and Falsifications uttered by Mr. Flynn against the idea of inflation of money. Mr. Flynn says: "With the as- sembling of Congress in January the m06t important agitation will be for inflation of some kind. You can begin inflation in many ways, but you will end always in the same way—with the printing press. When it is all over the result will be about as follows: The fanner will be impoverished." The above is falsehood No. 1. The farmer is already...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

CHRISTMAS" TO OUR If. FRIENDS & PATRONS OF ;■ ■ ggft -i Claude and Armstrong Co. r 4 We tender you our sincere thanks for patronage given us during the past year and invite you to call to see us often during the NEW YEAR Mr. iai Ida. Water of Ama- rtUo spent Prtday nUM and Sa urday with Mr. and Mrs. Rice of this community. Mr. and Mrs, Itch and (iris spent Sunday with )4r and Mrs. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reed are he proud parents of a boy bora December 13. His name is Ctnest Oonald. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bradley it Clarendon, visited Mr. and Mrs. Prank Weiss and family Sunday. :0: The more caustic critics of NRA have managed to convince the country that their culminations in behalf of both consumers and in- dustry are at once tardy and pre- mature. Described by the PhUa- lelphia Record as "elderly gen- 'lemen who should be on their ;uard against high blood pressure, rapidly approaching the apop '.etic stage over NRA", usually im 'ilased editorial comment reflects !ha view that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

'■'-/ v\:N : , -# • ,;>v' I \t / 5't 1 'f r Our Job is Right Here At Home in Claude 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 TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER BUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS SEAL ESTATE A new national trail is being blazed back to prosperity. The program is pretentious and gigantic. It includes all branches of commerce, industry and agriculture. It calls for unstinted co-operation and loyalty within every unit of the national life. It calls for team-work as exacting as we have ever known. That means that the fundamen- tal code of the entire endeaver is "CO-OPERATION". In charting the national route which faces toward the goal of plenty for all, it has been interesting to note the directness of the action. This directness has been in the appeal to the separate units to co-operate within their own ranks; to establish codes and to observe them whol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

f m fN want to aeU or tntde tad. Mat it with J. A. Bmi. l -c A Want Ad. at ONLY 2-c«nU 4 Word. VlD MU for CASH aemethlnt yew do not need, or bring you quick result*. fOSTSD NOT1CI Ttm is to notify the public Uwt •U of tho 3. A. Future* are ported, and bunting, trapping or hailing to not permitted and all treepauers «rtU bo proeecuted. CLINTON ■BAT, Aa*t Mgr. lJ-tf-c Don't Throw those Hides Away Sell them to us. Bee us before you buy your next Dairy and poultry feed. Claude Produce PHONE 80 See Mrs. Ruaaen for Photo Tint- tag. Phillip* Dry Cleaner 30c gal- lon. Call M. Mia Ellle Holllgan u shopping in Amarillo Tuesday. Mrs. J. T. Cameron of Plalnvlew, visited Claude friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reed are the proud parents of a new baby. Mrs. Annie McCubblns returned home Friday after spending a week here. R. N. Rutherford was In Claude Saturday shopping and attending to business. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Carroll spent Monday in Dallas where they went on business. Among Claudltes note...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

reeHngs An old wish and the very best one— A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR With the same sincerity and well meaning with which this long establish- ed firm wished a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to your par- ents, we are wishing the high gladness of this joy- ful season to you and your children. May this Holiday season be filled with much hap- piness for you and yours and may every day of the New Year bring you good health, wealth and happiness. J. C. PENNEY CO. INC. Amarillo, Texas 0* \V 0* ft I Made 100% from the famous Bradford-Allegany crude of the PENNSYLVANIA field When we tell you that Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil is made 100% from Bradford-Allegany crude oil we mean exactly this: Sinclair Pennsylvania is made 10<K; from the costliest Pennsylvania grade crude (see price quotations in any petroleum journal). Also Sinclair Pennsylvania is made from the oldest Pennsylvania grade crude—a crude that has lain mellowing and filtering in the Pennsylvania field for a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

;Ti--f r: :V. • - , v- . - .■i* ££ ' HI'WII, —JHgl) Mr. mfiiTT- Hbi niN «r af yaar graaa he—i afcaald be act aaida far itwiHff adYertbiBf arery yMr. Try It and yaur baeineai will iaeraaaa by leap* and baanda. VOLUME 45. CHRISTMAS ISSUE CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1933. I WAJTT AOS at mtf ta • tfca plaea or ■acd at a bargain. Try It la Tha Claodc News at aaly Xc par ward. N'UMBBR 15. /// " | m v X n ..I i'i I. ^ ■AMC A MERRY CHRISTMAS ( ♦ • * .-a .# >w^- > a>.. a < d I t tl t J

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

L, ef I had all the think* in that ow, I reckon I'd have a jolly old Christmas; an' how grand- mother's eyes would stick out ter see me comin' home with all of 'em 1" Thus Jimmie Carter gave himself up to a most enchanting daydream, as he stood with his forehead against the frosty window of a toy store. He looked at each article in the win- dow, choosing some for his grandmoth- er (he had neither father nor mother) and some for himself, until he felt a little hand thrust into his, and heard a childish voice say: "I dess I'll go home wif you." On looking down by his side, Jimmie saw, to his surprise, a little girl, about five years old, contentedly waiting un- til he should be ready to aid her in carrying out her self-given invitation. The child was dressed in what Jim- mie thought were the finest clothes he had ever seen. "Who are you?" he asked, as he cov- ered the mittened hand with his own bare ones. "My name's Bessie Bartlett. What's yours?" "Oh, I'm only Jimmie Carter, an' I li...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

Hu a Pwaiter Meaning Thte Year (HE publisher has asked me to have soraethinff to say this month •boiit Christmas and it is such a big subject that I can easily fill mjr columns about this greatest of our festivals. This year Christmas should come to us with a peculiar and com- manding earnestness. Probably never before in our country's history has there been such a need to practice the teachings of Him whose Birth we cele- brate as there is this year. There are tens of thousands o f homes to which Santa Claus will not go unless you and I, my brother. represent him. Hundreds of little children will wake up on Christmas morn with disappointment in their little hearts unless we .change that disap- pointment into happiness and joy. Tired and weary mothers will be sail Christmas morning as their little ones find limp and empty stockings that Santa Claus did not fill—unless we assume old Santa's place. It doesn't take much to make a child happy, a simple toy, a bag of nuts and a stick or ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

R I : pkptm is 1he that they threaten to quail, wild turkey and oth- fowl out nest upon the ground. have been asked by Will Boeehmann, Hill country farmer, to join him in waging war on the armadillo. In a week he killed BO with a .22-calibre rifle. MEET AFTER 50 YEARS J. C. Ferguson, a Quanah contractor, was accosted on the street recently by a man who said: "Hello, John; how are you?" Ferguson did not recognize the man, and told him so. It developed that the "stranger" was George Brown of Missouri, in Quanah on a visit to his daughter, Mrs, Tittle, whose husband is superintendent of the Friendship school. The two men are brothers-in- law: were chums when boys, but had not seen each other for 50 years. W NEW PARK PROPOSED B. F. Berkeley, former State Senator of Alpine, is fostering a movement to have a State park established in the Chisos Mountains, situated far down in the Big Bend region of the Rio Grande border of Texas. These mountains have been comparatively little explored ex-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

■ -You May Frnd What YoaWmt AND RANCHES I OuU* *d4 lift fiM. He- Co., Rwlton. Springfield, Ma. . , VHIAB ~ FOR UIC-4IU Mm In «4|i of Brown- flcUL TttM. all m (UltivaUun. SmciKcrea in K|l of Jukaonvlll* fronting on iwvcd Highway. Om of boat loeat«H fcomm on two yand atreata In Jaekaonvilla. Box 1470, JaekaoaalUa. Taxaa. FOR SALE—100-arra farm north of Au#- tin. good road, wall Improved, equipped modern dairy barn, attractive price and terma. E. £. Hill, SOi.Weat ttth. Auntin, Taxaa, MISSOURI 180, 8 HOOMH, 4 other buildings; toft wa- ter: close to school, State highway : J1.200. Improved 40, M76. Arthur, Mtn. View. Mo. NEW MEXICO TREES, PUNTS, SEEDS l'roduct your own betUr bred seed by planting some of oar Chett Superior Mul- tiplying Block Seed, which are two ye«r nearer the breeding bloek thaw seed offer- ed by other breeders. Thene seed are of the same strain of our cotton, which rank- ed firat out of 28 varieties tested at the Temple Kxperiment Station In 1D82. Price $1.86 per bus...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

S?®<3 iHfr / g WW WW1 Mad When from Penns crude Peons crude for a better ing th clair I Try it stand] S Mm •- n >'x : K < ' ; Mrl - vF- imi? GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION Oklahoma National Stock Yards Company OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOM >MA. $$ HOW TO WIN $$ IN NATIONAL CONTESTS $1 Da* our 1.S00 Thw -L«tter •Word.. MKt postpaid for only II: or «nd 20e in «Ump to conrr mailing, then par pout- ,. man $1 on delivery. Po.tpmid threb-letterword di^trrort P hliih«r . newark, new JEKSEI WHAT HAVE YOU— TO SWAP? Scurry county women have found it to their mutual ad- vantage to hold a "swap' day at Snyder, the county seat. The idea originated with Mrs. W. R. Bell, chairman of the Better Homes of America for that county, assisted by Mrs. Wayne Williams, district chairman. They studied the "swap day" plans of men in different cities, and decided to go them one better. Instead of articles from the farm in- tended for trade being dis- played on the ground, or in wagons, or autos, parked on a publi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

WS & v ■ IGE ma WILL CONVINCE YOI m Trjf.« podcog* of Upton's 7m todayl You will de- light in tit flavor—yoa will morvol at its low cost at Ht lasting oconomy. LIPTOTS Tea HEATING IS EXPENSIVE It will take 36,000,000 pounds of lignite to produce the 200,000,000 pounds of steam required to heat the 21 buildings on the University of Texas campus at Austin this winter. On exceedingly cold days the new $115,000 steam generating system will have to furnish about 2,000,- 000 pounds of steam at a cost of approximately $450. Lignite mined at Bastrop by a former University student, F. L. Dennlson, Is used to generate steam at the power plant. A temperature of 2,400 degrees Farenheit is maintained in the furnaces where the lignite is burned. The power plant generates steam under 200 pounds pressure per square inch, distributed through mains which aggregate more than 100,000 feet in length. These mains are enclosed in tunnels, some of them 20 feet underground and others com- paratively nea...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 December 1933

■•vwrmw Higher anti-knock than Stepped-up 70. Higher, even, than the original H-C which always sold at the premium price NOW AT PRICE OF REGULAR GAS! ®S$iK # • *■ m& • SSf' s jSf— 'i J&S& ' 1 ''-J' -■• „ ': ■'• •"*"•*< •VitM?' -it,' ' • *: * ■; £ . ■■ - Mmk ?PiP dsn BflHRV^ I . ' 1 S ;: , ' -■■■ .,..• • . : ■; • \ • Wlfffl |pWBEWP^>> - i 11 h'I^i i i«I ad* Mil ihini im nr£>>, *;£ fmss-xy j. mm. i# , a«- "'*w V- < - ■ §' tM 'W ' ' ft' \ ••"' -t i * --J"-"''.1 ■- •■ '2h'r bjtl • - V i;i'.' n S.V"-;.: V'-I . y" 1 7 MILLION CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR VISITORS hav« t««n the 70-ft. Bronloiouru at Sinclair'* Dinotaur Exhibit. He tymbelixet th va t age ef th* crude* refined into Sinclair Meter Oill. The new Sihdair H-C Oaieline i> a companion product. Tune in Monday erenw/o 40 MICSKUlom-JINCLAI* MIMJTRfU rs* Wrl* k 1

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1933

Try It la ffeaNmn nl mtck year VmImm haw kf VOL cm 45. CLAUDE NEWS ✓ ten ikMt tte plM* ar M«)H 7M MM St I la Tii New* i| iair t *n CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1933. NUMUR M. 1 l The Christmas Spirit, Whole Year Through By Phebe K. Warner Depression or no depression, Christmas is coming. How thank- ful we should all be that con- ditions can not change the cal- endar. These precious days roll around on schedule time Just the same. Every day in the year is n pre- cious day to some of us, but the most precious of all to all of us Is Christmas. If there were no other proof of its divine origin, the Spirit of Christmas would be proof enough. No man-made custom or tra- dition could follow the human race down through the centuries like the Christmas Spirit has done: brightening every corner of the globe that It touches; transforming the commercial interests of our nation for a day; crowding the highways and the railways with new traffic; cheering millions of hearthston...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1933

ft, M 1%.p. i r« * J I ' Leadership, Hume KconomicK Champiom . . . Left t right, l)ori Clark, Goodman, Wis and Corn f' \ girl leaderaliip; ilulda Stetler, Poun i tain City, Wis., Home Keonuiuici; Hugo Clrauiiianii, Granite, Okla., boy leadership, Warner Churchill,Cuba. Til., Corn achievement. Canning Queen. Miss Elena Slump, -0, of Hartlesville. Okla., vanned <>,112 pints of vegetable*, fruits and meats in the laat 9 year* win (Jie 1U33 championship. I 1 ; if 1 i I I Refinement* in the deiign of the radiator and hood and more luxurious interiors feature the appearance of the new Ford V-8 for 1934. The de lux* Tudor is shown above. Dual down draft carburetlon and dual Intake manifold give the engine greater power, the car increased pickup and speed. A clear-vision body ventilation system also Is introduced in the new Fortls. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for tlw office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1933

WANT ADS I •i mm If you VMM to WU or trade your land. Hat it with J. A. Bert. U-c FOR BALK—Nice Coal OU Heat- er, Blue Bnameled, Nlckle trim- med. Practically New. illfhtly used. NEW PERFECTION—Bee W. M. Killer. 1-t A Want Ad. at ONLY 2-cente * word, will tell tar CASH something you do not need, or bring you quick results. POSTED NOTICE This to to notify the putile that all of the J. A. Pastures an posted, and bunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers HI be prosecuted CLINTON HENRY. Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-C DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST,. 401 Medical Arts Building AmarUlo, Texas DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST •1? FISK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMARULO, — TEXAS be of service to you. and If you have been benefited by our "Chats" of the past, we are delighted and have paid for our efforts, and we hope that we might be of greater service to you during the coming weeks and months. With every good wish, I beg toil remain, your brother In Christ's I name.—W. E. Per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1933

NUBAR ,v"! ,f A I- v.. THE NEW LAMPS MAKE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFTS Everybody, children and grown people, always find another lamp useful. There are so many places where additional light bring new life to furnishings—new comfort and convenience in the use of these furnishings—and a new working condition for eyes that have become tired in their effort to see under inadequate light. Unusual progress has been made in lamp design and maunfacture in recent years. When you go Christ- mas shopping this year the loveliness of the new lamps and their attractive priccs will tempt you to keep these gifts for yourself. Look at lamps before you determine your Christmas buying. Southwestern PUBLIC 5ERV/CE Companxj SYNOPSIS: Kuth Wltra.Horn uul ruu4 in in Eaittra at*, it willed three-fourth interest in the Dud Lantern ranch in Arizona. With her youthful buabaad. who ii in poor health, and tltfir Willi eon, Dnvid, they come to Arixoaa to take up where Ruth'i brother, reported killed in Mexico, had le...

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