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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

mad# ... its acreage control which it is said villi bring substantial inducements to growers whft co-operate," tend to bring greater success to the program of The parity price e in each cotton State will immediately enter into active support of the campaign to reduce next yefciPs cotton planting to 25,- 000,000 acres. C. O. Moser, vice president of the American Cotton Co- operative Association, who at tended the parity price com- mittee meeting said that nev- er in his long experience with the cotton industry has he seen leaders of the national adminstration so completely united with business and agri- cultural leaders as now in their determination to bring about a price on cotton which will restore its pre-war pur- chasing power. Two of the four points of the co-operative parity price plan had been adopted before December 1 by the adminis- tration, the 10-cent advance on actual acreage control pro gram, Mr. Moser says, "only slight, if any, monetary re vision would be required to b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

l EtStl HoOPR vw to «! V ; V try a package of Upton's Tea today! You will da- light in Hs flavor—you will marvel at its low cost — at its lasting oconomy. UPTON'S 1m MASS CULTIVATION OF CORN How often should a farmer cultivate his corn? Should he go through it after each rain to keep up a mulch? Should he cultivate a certain number of times whether it rains or not? Or should he strive only to keep down weeds? With many farmers these questions are still de- batable, but the United States Department of Agriculture has taken the viewpoint that weed control is the most im- portant function of cultiva- tion. "The principal object in cultivating corn is to control the weeds," the department expert claims. It is contend- ed cultivation sometimes has other advantages, but these will be provided automatical- ly by cultivation adequate for weed control. Cultivation should be as shallow and in- frequent as will control weeds, it is said. Additional culti- vation is a waste of time and energy. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 January 1934

* CLAUDE NEWS k w akMrt the place er >i1^ — thing jam need it a bargata. Try U k The Newt at only t cento a VOLUME 48. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN 19, 1934. ■. NU t V '¥ Good Singing Good Music & A Big Dinner The Great Plateau Singing Con- vention which met In Claude last Sunday lor an all day meeting was wall attended from all parts of the country, representatives be- ing here from Borger, Pampa., Amarlllo, Panhandle, Stinnett, Du- mas, Clovls and other places. All pastors of Claude dismissed their congregations at the close of Sunday School and the various churches met at The Methodist church for the all-day Conven- tion. The President, John F. Tay- lor, was In a singing school. 600 miles away and could not attend, on account of the distance. How- ever, the Vice-President, Prof. Dlsch, of Borger. was on hand to help the good work along, which he did advisedly. From 11 to noon Pastor Crow of the Methodist Church had charge and put over a splendid program of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 January 1934

igHWH ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for liie office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28. 1934. For County Judge: S. P. MATHEWS For Sheriff. Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: J. D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: FRANK BISHOP O. P. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE A. E. WOODWARD For Commissioner Precinct No. J. J. RAY For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: W. H. HAMBLEN E. T. BAGWELL LONDON: Mrs. Nathaniel Mayer Victor Rothschild, (abov«) former Barbara Hutchinson of Hastings, is now the bride of the nephew of Lord Rothschild and heir to the Roths- child peerage and famous fortune. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY On Saturday, January 27th. 1934, The Commissioners' Court of Arm- strong county will hold an open hearing of the county budget pre- pared by the County Judge for 19...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 January 1934

VERY LATEST "By Partrica Dow" >v. Pstwrn, N«. SIM: Designed Id 5 Si it* 6, 8, 10. 12 and 14 yun Six* tf rm- quires 2% yards of 85 inch ma- terial. Collar, bait and cuff* r«quiie H yard of 36 inch ma- terial. It rc- quire* \ yard of IV* inch bias binding to finish neck «dg« and Pattern, No 8#87: Designed iri i> aises: 34). 39, 40, 42. 44 . 46, 48 . 50 S2. Siie 46 will requir* 4% yards of 36 inch material To tiiush with bin* binding or piping will require yards ju. inches wide For School Repeal Blues r Local and Personal Miss Mary Ellen Brady of Ama- rlllo, Is at Claude visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brady, this week. Miss Pauline Claycomb of Pan- handle is spending the week with Mrs. Jake Hclman and her daugh- ter, Mrs. J. D. Stoker, at Claude. HOLLYWOOD. Harry Frink (above) mourns the passing of pro Mbition. Eleven years ago he got an •dea, invested $8,000 in a collection of old liquor bottles, rented them ti the picture studios at $1 per day and grossed *230,000 bef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 January 1934

I Tour Best ME SERVANTS The electric dealers of this territory have washers and ironers which take the drudgery out of your laundry, vacuum cleaners to do the work of house cleaning, radios for your enter- tainment, electric refrigeration to pro- tect your food, sewing machines that run without laboratorious effort on your part and contless smaller appliances, such as clocks, toasters, waffle sets, mixers percolators, etc., that save your time for other important duties. These appliances give many home mak- ers more time for their children, pleas- ant hours with friends, your club and various things they like to do. An inspection of these appliances will convince you that you can still buy them at prices which are surprisingly low compared with previous years. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Company 233*33 yMaftj Imlaq Taylor ©WC.W.S. AUTOCMTSR SCI SCQVlCC-ufc \wtt N£A You Are Welcome At The Panhandle's Newest Eating Place Where The Best of The Better Foods Are Served "Hurry In" BERT'S ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 January 1934

WSS-i par (Mlaf Iff M Ib Tkf Main Mi ntek MriMM gi*m kr ism* Mi bm LAUDE NEWS WM ward will wll have about the place «r Mag jwaaMM thing yon need at a tergal* Try II In The New* at only > cents a mhl VOLUMK 49. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JAN. 26, 1934. NUMHS tl. The Corn-Hog Program is Now Being Started. Free School To Be Held At Claude Soon BANG!! Another New Year's Resolution^ ' By Albert T. Reid The Corn-Hog program Is now being started In Armstrong County —community committeemen have been appointed temporarily from every community. These commit- teemen have agreed to serve and help lit setting up the permanent organization. Capable men have been selected to help the County Agent get this Corn-Hog program under way. Prattcally every committeeman selected attended the Corn-Hog meeting In the red room of the Amarlllo Hotel this past Monday and absorbed as much Information as was given out. The Secretary of Agriculture by order of the President and Con- gress has amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 January 1934

HMMi ■ i ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates lor tile office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28. 1934. For County Judge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON For Sheriff. Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: J. D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY LOS ANGELES; . . . Mrs. C. S Folti, sister of former Senstoi Samuel 8hortridge of California, an nounce* herself a candidate for (hi Republican nomination for governoi of California. For County And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: FRANK BISHOP O. F. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE A. E. WOODWARD For Commissioner Precinct No. V. J. J. RAY For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: W. H. HAMBLEN E. T. BAGWELL For Commissioner Precinct No. 4: THURMAN HAVINS NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY On Saturday, January 27th. 1934. The Commissioners' Court of Arm-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 January 1934

Wffi. m ==■ - •«< sa ENCHANTING PERFUMES to keep pace with the racing hours! no mm drew it corrta tot >11 offMMii. Not if lay «m fitgnm!... The diva we- Bu of tad*jr cfaooKt bo perfumes u ib< Ctioowi ha COKuma—to express Kb* ipuil •f the bowl Ii is fot bef das the makers of Oumoot CaUL fair* craicd three enfhamim new •dors, scientifically blended to mitch the three oujoc mood* of the i y. "Dawn" it the Kem-bumooy of etrif Bontinf... t veritable bouquet of Spring it- sell, cooed Iron the rarest Bowers. "Noon" CMBpleaMOis the spirit of sports... a blythe fragrance, slightly more pronounced in odor, i "nmht" breathes the magic and mystery of star-studded skies... a seductive extract in ptdca key with the feminine mood of romance. Dawn, Noon and Night are available in dure different sixes at leading drug, depart- ment and chain stores. If your dealer cannot supply you with ail three of the new OuTSooa Gull odors, mail the coupon. Vaaiir-Sia* ruist-iizi tOTTUS Beudeti-Size Bottl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 January 1934

"4 The Best of The Better Poods ^ Are Served "Harry la" BERT'S TAVERN POLK AT FIFTH Steak* • Hamburger* Special Sandwiches Open All Hours On Tap v • • t • ft and which con tains Four Giest Tresaires Is, "The Holy Bible," #••••••• .,«ua '9HA+IXUN ^ SAMUEL, SAUL AND DAVID FINALLY there was Samuel, stern, uncompromising, incor ruptible. He was not a particularly lovable character, and his powerful one-man rule does not seem to have left a place for any associates. At least the people saw no one capable of carrying on in his place, and reminded him brutally that his own sons were failures. Behold, thou art old, and thy sons walk not in 9 thy ways; now make us a king to judge us like ^ all tlie nations. Angrily Samuel agreed, but not without a warn- ing. Their king would be tyrannical, he told them; they would repent their demand. None the less he acceded to it, and searching through the tribes he found a clean-cut young man named Saul who stood head and shoulders above all the rest. Him...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 February 1934

mvw u. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEB. 2, 1934. C. W. A. Work Cut in Half for Armstrong Co. The C. W. A. work at Claude has been cut from 30 hours n week down to only 15 hours. At one time over 300 men were at work, but the allowance as to number has been cut down to only 179. This means a great deal less money for those who have worked and were In actual need of the money they worked for when we were allowed 30 hours per week for each man. There are several projects plan- ned which would have been a help to the county and to the workmen, but they have been seriously handicapped and some of them will probably be abandoned. 360 helpers have signed the roll, many of whom actually needed the work to buy Kioceries, but nearly half of them could not get a Joo. Judge Syd P. Mathews and City Mayor M. L. Hughlett sent • telegram to Congressman Mar- vin Jones asking that he assist us in getting at least 250 jpen on the list as workers and that these men be allowed 30 hours per ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 February 1934

VHXtUT . jter—11JC J 8T. PAUL . * Edward Q. Bremer, ibon, the kidnapped banker held for $200,000 ransom, about whom to much national concern waa fcl, due to early clues on a bloodstained automobile which indicated a strug- gle vnhen kidnapped. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28. 1934. For County Judge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON For Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: J. D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY For County And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: FRANK BISHOP O. F. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE A. E. WOODWARD C. M. (MOLENi BRUMMETT For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: J. J. RAY Foe Commissioner Precinct No. 3: W. H. HAMBLEN E. T. BAGWELL For Commissioner Precinct No. 4: THURMAN HAVINS PMk Utt School is a good thing f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 February 1934

w&mm. < ADS bM(. for White Lev- Bet Claude HOwe. H-c HHT— My ■•room turn on in; (urn om mile West of OUude. Will rent It cheap. Mrs M-c (i—A nice advertisement of your candidacy for office each time you five the Claude News an for candidate cards. POSTED NOT1CI Tbia la to notify the public that •U of the J. A. Pastures are and hunting, trapping or la not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON RENRY, Asst. Mgr. M-tf-c WHO WANTS A BEAUTIFUL PIANO AT A BARGAIN? We have In this vicinity a splendid up- right piano with a duet bench to match. Also a lovely Baby Orand In two tone mahogany. Rather than reshlp will sell either of these at a bargain. Terms If de- sired. Might take live stock as part payment. Address at once. Broolc Mays St Co.. The Reliable Piano House, Dallas, Texas. 23-c Mr. T. J. hndn cum la 1 day aa Mow. and while in town handed the editor a five d bill to apply on subscription, which we appreciated so much aa to give him one year's subscription ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 February 1934

h< to My In the way of noun, UnUIOM. AUTO GLA88. Etc. Etc. Give us that next order tth. At*. Phone MM AmtHlk, Tnaa F HEAR THE NEW ALL WAVE RADIO The new all wave radio will permit you to "listen in" on many police broad- casts. Another band permits you to hear aviators in conversation with ports a- long the line of their destination. Many owners of the new all wave sets report unusually good programs from various parts of the World—England, Admiral Byrd's flagship at Little A- merica near the South Pole, France, Germany, even from Java on the other lide of the Earth. The new all wave sets are producing an unusual interest in codes as certain bands make possible the reception of code messages from world centers. In addition to these new features the all wave radio has the regular broadcast band over radio sets manufactured a few years ago. Make arrangements to see and hear the new all wave radio. It is reason- ably priced. Trade in allowances and convenient terms on the balance ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 February 1934

CLAUDE NEWS te «* )ii km itNt Ik* thlat jm need at i is The New* it Mir t VOLUME «. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 9. 1934. Ninon as. And He Took The Boys For A Nice Ride Some of our citizens had the pleasure of listening to a Street Falter last Saturday afternoon, the flrst that has visited this town in many days. When they begin to visit a town there Is some signs of prosperity returning, or they have an Idea that the Wheat Farmers have received their wheat allotment money and are after getting It. A few bit at his proposition, not Uke they used to, but some few bit, and of course, got "soaked", like they always do. When this editor was a boy he saw many and varied Street Fakers, and remembers, at one time, at Gran- ite, Oklahoma, one took something like $400 off the public, some of this money furnished by preach- ers. The town officials could not stand for that and had the Faker arrested and placed in the Cala- boose. However, he was released In a day or two, after...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 February 1934

frw ■" 1 1 ALL SPRING COLORS TOKYO: . . . She is the happiest girl 1n Japan. Her name ia Shigeko Kiyohara, 18 year* old. She has bc-u selected governess of the infant Crown Prince, an honor which as sure* her high respect fur the rest of her Ufa. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28. 1934. For County Judge: 8. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON For Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: J. D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY For County And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUEl KERR. not so much being said about il either. This is explained in our having a three or four year PANIC, all brought about by the MONEY POWER taking mone> out of circulation. It was not r shortage of vegetables, fruits, oi farm products that caused the PANIC, but a shortage of MONEY The money...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 February 1934

W& ■ " "•V. ' KWRSiJ! ■ -, ■' I Jk WANT ADS IOB HINT— My 8-room Urn. kouH on my farm one mile We*: of Claude. Will rent It cheap. Mrs Claud* Howe. 23-c I:—A nice advertisement ol your candidacy for office each time you give the Claud* Newt an order for candidate tarda. VERY LATEST -By Fartrica Dm" POSTED NOTICC This l* to notify the public that •11 of th* J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing to not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON BKNRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c WHO WANTS A BEAUTIFUL PIANO AT A BARGAIN? We have in this vicinity a splendid up- right piano with a duet bench to match. Also a lovely Baby Grand in two tone mahogany. Rather than reship will sell either of these at a bargain. Terms If de- sired. Might take live stock as part payment. Address at once., Brook Mays & Co., The Reliable) Piano House, Dallas, Texas. 23-c MIL rum. N*. nit: Dm«m4 to • 9m: *. *. *0. a, u, a, 4S.MWU.MM44 nquirm tH yet, it N inch uUrUI. TV fltititi T9...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 February 1934

Wmmm I m SPRING CLOTHES EVINE'S You'll always look well dressed in one of these NEW SPRING SUITS $1"7 50 OXFORD GREYS. BLUE TIN CHECKS AND SHADOW STRIPES. COMPLETE STOCK OF SIZES IN MEN AND YOUNG MEN'S MODELS. MEN'S DRESS PANTS HUNDREDS OF CHOICE NEW PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. ALL SIZES. $ 1.98up ,0 $4.95 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS GUARANTEED FAST COLORS SIZES 14 TO 17. BROAD- CLOTH MATERIAL. £Qr 2 $159 fnr T JL MEN'S DRESS HATS OXFORDS, GRFYS, TANS AND LIGHT GREYS. SCRAT- CH FELTS AND FUR HIDE FELTS. $1.98 „p,0 $3.95 MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Sizes 6 to 11. Black color. Your Choice season's best styles for ONLY - - $0 98 PR/CL'b T A L K \ fiTH AND TAYLOR, AMARILLO, TEXAS. POSTAGE PAID ON ALL MAIL ORDERS .... y Amarillo Plate Glass and Mirror Co. | A Locally Owned Concern ^ The place you can SAVE MONEY and be thoroughly Satis- tied on anything you may buy in the way of PLATE GLASS, 2 STORE FRONTS, MIRRORS, AUTO GLASS, Etc. Etc. 4 Give us that next order $ 314 East 5th. Ave. Phone 8008 Amarillo. Tex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 February 1934

CLAUDE NEWS WART AM at n\j It aall MMtkiit '• caak y « htri aboat tfca placa «r httef joa comathiat jn •* bargaia. Try St ia Tka *•" at aalj 3c par ««i VOLUME 45. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1934. number 23. m u o hey mister, hey/ YOUR Pl<2r FELL. OUT- COME ON BACK./ OH -HE S KEEPING ON <SOIN<3 - HE OSN'T HEAR. ME he lbNxT hurt a B\T m " amp i ciuess hess MY PlCx mary. what will. that CH1UP draca home kiext ? HEY, MOM- T m. no-nou can t put "that in with vanillk- she step on him or kick him or something* our. vcvtcmenh the ipea of a plca in our- vatchenk vou cam't leave and you can t put \— him up in the attic- the ipea ~ brlncr HIM BACK/ him here ' f " •%.. ,*d ■ • - V V, # ■' r- .■*# * 11^ fit i it v,*. •Tv-r. 1 \ifv Irf'l and you mustn't leave him down the ce.l_.l_ar — brtncr him r\<sht straight P -<*i -avi c (-1- "th e re s only one place left where 5h6 didn't say I couldn't PUT him WELL, I have to PUT MY P\Cr 6ome Place 9 ffi 5Mt I i * £ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 February 1934

\ • v. a--:' £§ u'-y/t 'jSC. hWCk) tote, and the opinion expressed i collection Is < Fire-arms and arrow-heads. , Texas, is an old curiosi- p the equal, in many re- i, of the "Old Cariosity Shop" famous by Charles Dickens. It is owned by W. J. Layland, for many years a resi- « dot of Texas and of Cleburne. Mr. Lay- land's pet hobby has been the collecting: of curios and this collection is 46 years old, including many relics, ancient and modern; it now rep- resents a real mu- seum. None of the hundreds of articles in the collection are for sale. Layland keeps the museum merely for his own pleasure. Call for any In- dian relic, from any tribe, and Mr. Lay- land can show it to you. He has, for in- stance, 20,000 arrowheads from all over the continent, 250 tomahawks, beaded skirts from the Sioux, engraved tablets from the Mayas, head-dresses from a score of other tribes, barbaric jewelry, pottery and crude fanning implements. Arrowhead Collection His arrowhead collection doubtless is...

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