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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 March 1934

;•.> i Sdl Boy Exchange MtPAIRING: Soles CITY SHOE SHOP— 111 S. Sixth, Amarillo, Texas. 27-c Char City Property to trade lor Oood Hum see or write O. P* ®Wf IM-I W. Oth Ave. Ama- «Uto, Texas. ?«.c ss DR. C. C. MASON, VOOT 8PBCIALUT, Ml MeHeal Ada M tan POtTSD NOTICE 1Mb la to notify the public that •U of tho X A. Pastures are ported, and hunting, trapping or fahing la not pernUtcd and all trespassers •Ulbe prosecuted clmtoh WIT, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-e chickens TURKEYS Don't wait and have Diseased Powls from Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice. Mites. Ploas and Blue Bugs this Spring Begin NOW to give STAR PARA- SITE REMOVER in their drinking water for both Powls and Baby Chicks. It will Keep them Free of these destructive Parasites, their system toned up, their health and Egg Production at a very small cost—or money refunded.—Ounter Drug Store tr DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST •1* HSK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMARILLO, — TEXAS IMS fcasn In the J . T. as for two wask her gran...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 March 1934

I V. 1 ' t 1 6th and, Taylor St., Amarillo, Texas fS IS THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY r ON EASTER TOGS FOR THE EN- FAMILY. NOTE OUR LOW PRICES. BIG PRE-EASTER LADIES EASTER HATS $100 & up SALE NOW IN FULL SWING Men's New SPRING HATS Special $967 For This /= SALE MM CLEARING OF ONE GROUP OF NEW SPRING STYLES. VALUES TO $5.95 $ooo Group 2 New Spring Dresses $5.95 Group 3 New Spring Dresses 89.85 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS New Patterns 77c MEN'S WORK PANTS n oo Choice of Colors BOY'S CHAMBREY SHIRTS SIZE 6 TO 14 WITH 2 POCKETS 49c WOMAN'S SILK SLIPS $2 00 Lace Trimmed "Allen A" SILK HOSE New Spring Shds SALE OF MEN'S SPRING SUITS REPRICED FROM OUR BETTER SUITS FOR THIS SELLING EVENT 79 Pr. $ Children's Batiste DRESSES 39c Bonnet to Match ONLY 55 SUITS. NEW ARRIVALS ALL THE NEWEST FEA- TURES AND FINE MA- TERIALS — SAVE AT LEVINES — PIECE Organdy Printed Or Plain Colors 19c TO 69c yd- GOODS SPECIALS SILK , silk FLAT PONGEE CREPE Natural Closing out Color one group At — 49c yd. HOME of Peter's WEAT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 March 1934

"1 Si? flMHll Em, f*l *•* IHMlltl n, Ita.« .* • M . Z£L Hone Talent Play Was One Among our Best Local Talent put on a play, "The Antics of Andrew", at the High School auditorium Tuesday night of this week, which proved to be among our very best. These play- ers proved to be much above ama- teurs and the hearty laughs heard (ram time to time, gave evi- dence that the full house enjoyed the play, as well as The Claude News editor. The play was sponsored by the Claude P. T. A. Directed by Miss „ Lela Bates, the Expression teacher, and the receipts of the evening were IS7.70. "Petunia", Andrew's Cook was played by Mrs. Henry Hrendon, and there is no one in Calude who could have played this part better than she did. "Andrew Brown", A Senior In College, was played by Oreely War- ner, and for facial expression, gesticulation, and antics cut, when comored, in his deception ,of "Uncle Isaac Zimmerman of New- selaQd", no player could have ex- celled Oreely Warner. "Jaques", Andrew Brown's val...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 March 1934

1 I . 1 ■fj 'I * 1 J/CS Iff m m ii ■ ii jl li tj : junmcKticcim The CteuAt Km aotbwwed to smmmsk* the toOowtag <* dlikrtrir for ti * office under which ]Mr inks tpptv Bob)ew w the action of The DemocmU Primary to be held July M. l « wa*HI!<«TOX . . . W«IW J. '■in nii'T <«*•*«>. <W fv «*•*• « Or tRMUK tte StfuMl •• CmmhWm. Mr. tXm- . «• M «* «W |«t SUM *• tw r*4***i Vtf* ii • 'm r*riti—- r«r f«H( af «*fc JmMrtmi DUrirt HENRY S. BISHOP r C HELBON. Jr. r« Cmmtf Imdft: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H WILSON W. W. HOOD Tax CuMtrtf uul tm MmiW, Tm taw: TOM COLLINS J, A. BEST E. P. BERRY STANLEY IJ WHITE Par CWMty And Dtotrkt ( Vrk CHAS W STEWARt P«r (Mf TioMttr: MRS H. L MOBLEY MRS M M. 'HUE) KERR MRS IDA E RICE at* «if*Kam' of iMRyiti/i «w sradott * Mwr ear itiik |«im hi* wpt«r«t ratter n«ei tfcac toother and kI ttoi; car at a ranch <v « prv* let ami dm ■ Tbto paawf to Use vublx who truj atn and nstt 'Jxn aj* milttoRt of the jwfeix to fat kmm after and helped atuin- *Ur a tew mmu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 March 1934

Or Exchang (ftnlM a Baperfex FOR SALE at a bargain, tub* Brunswick Radio. — Marvin .KWl l-t-p wvn^m need of Gasoline. Kero- aena, Oils and Greases, call 66. (Nm 6;30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. prompt delivery.—J. c. BUTLER Agent Phillips Petroleum Co. 33-c BEST shoe repairing: Sole: cemented, city shoe shop- US E. 81xth, Amc.'illo. Texas. 27-c CHICKENS TURKEYS Don't wait and have Diseased Fowls from Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice, Mites, Pleas and Blue Bugs this Spring Begin NOW to give STAR PARA- SITE REMOVER in their drinking water for both Fowls and Baby Chicks. It will Keep them Free of these destructive Parasites, their system toned up, their health and Egg Production at a very small cost—or money refunded— Gunter Drug Store If L. B. GOODIN Attorney-at-Law Paramount Building Amarillo, Texas Why Children Need a Uguid Laxative (Continued from Pint DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, Ml Medical Arts Building Amarillo, Texas DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST 117 FISK MEDICAL ART 4N1) PROFESS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 March 1934

g I ij ■ i i J - AUnj Imlaij Taylor 9lHC.U. WOOOTXMWICt- m 'WI latUlhmt THE STORY SO FAR ■' Maan Owdw tn4« kwwif i awrtat* "•<* ,.$t. alitor* Mw(u In Uun ttwiwU * •<• — m w> ku iwmIv iima I lit <««' -< •« Mi tn*« Ml)'l Iktfl •# ihu uiailiil fw • ..Mia. Han Utm ptiinikM «""« P«l« ■Mr, ml KivMr< >• U«fJ b helnrn lllita, ■ Mphwiatrt jo««« ~m«4 wmt*. Hifr. Htlm'i kurtind. mm >k« •!• «■. km Itlfa kit counMl. After lln wiMf, btocj f«wi:l tM het ptftnu' Hmw, tid coattam t« (.'• *k* urgt* tier to <lr*rc« her kwfcead. blr. li rJeu, lo r*lw« hit daughter fi m what k« CMlidtra he: tkemtivl nwuriift, eelle kit JtaM !• ku friend NUjer Lin. wke renu it u Ike er^inel ewnci. Helene it leeleue • f JUcterd't ikureet in Neac>, titkeu^k >ke k i Mthifif ef the nurtkagc, nd tiiee t« Mke UMkie. Oust hy .««ee to Ntacf'e to" end Ufe« ieve la ker. Ntncr u frmtw—eke Iwvet Jh« kut rtlM l« |o kick m ker tarftiii lih Uckatd k> liwvini hi*. Htm ft # with Ik* itory. He had start...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

Armstrong Co. School Meet Was Very Good Dear Mr. Waggoner: Please Print the following re- port of Armstrong County Inter- scholastic League in this week's Issue of the News. Yours truly. H. P. demons. 145 221 95 120 Lakevlew Wins County Meet in Three Room Schools. Mt. Pleasant gets high point In Two Room Schools. Claude forfeits High and Gram- mar School events to Ooodnlght. Lakevlew took the County In- terscholastlc League for three room schools, held last Friday and Sat- urday at the Lakevlew School with Boorlng Points of 240 premium points of 150, making b total of >00. Below the first column of figures denotes Scoring Points; second column Premium Points, and last Totals. Wayside 50 95 Mt. Pleasant 91 130 Washburn 20 15 Mrvtew <0 80 EVENTS: Senior Boys Declamation: First, Morris Day, Lakevlew. Senior Girls Declamation: First Prances Jones, Lakevlew; Second. Josephine Hess, Mt. Pleasant. Junior Boys Declamation: First, B. Bagwell; second, Wayne Mor- ris, Falrvlew; third, R....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

ml 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 Jatfe of 47th Judicial District: HENRY 8. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, Jr. For Coantjr Jodge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD For Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tox Aaoeaoor: TOM COLLINS 3. A. BEST E. P. BERRY STANLEY D. WHITE For County And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. MRS. IDA E. RICE For Commtaoloner Precinct No. 1: FRANK N. BISHOP O. P. SMALLEY OTTO ORUMKE A. E. WOODWARD C. M. (MOLEN) BRUMMETT J. L. PAFFORD For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: J. J. RAY For Commissioner Precinct No, 3: W. H. HAMBLEN E. T. BAGWELL For Commissioner Precinct No. 4: THURMAN HAVINS "The Funniest thing in the Na- tional contest is a Bill to regu- late Wall Street. Wall Street now wants to write her own bill to regulate herself. They a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

f\ -Ar ^ >-■^4 fo Sell Bay Or Exchange tc a day operate* a giptrfet LOST Near Camp Warner, n Mue outing Unned quilt with wool pieoed' top and tacked with red wool thread.—Mrs. J. R. Porter. OUT YOUR Dog collar at the City Shoe Shop with your dog's name engraved on metal plate. 34-c. FOR SALE 35 head of good shoats. Weight 75 to 160 pounds. See Roy Ransom. 30-p WHEN In need of Gasoline, Kero- sene, Oils and Greases, call CO, from 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. prompt delivery—J. C. BUTLER, Agent Phillips Petroleum Co. 33-c SHOE HOSPITAL—The Place for Sick Shoes, at 518 Taylor St., Amarillo. Texas. 34-c. CHICKENS TURKEY'S Don't wait and have Diseased Fowls from Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice, Miles, Fleas and Blue Bugs tills Spring Begin NOW to give STAR PARA- SITE REMOVER In their drinking water for both Fowls and Baby Chicks. It will Keep them Five of these destructive Parasites, their system toned up, their health and Egg Production at a very small cost—or money refunded.—Gu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

Martj hnlaij Taylor MHOCMTE* SMNKC-Mwxai IWteMtk LuUllment THB STORY SO FAR , MKT Oartan uU« tetwll In Miila*. fc. uiui4 H*T" <x *<>• ikMHn< hum —M mm ktr tolly fi« th. llqnti W k« >nrtn llMr'l 1M1 «f tk t umit it • MM. Hwcf Ino rwalUH .utMif P'H *• ■ IMI, ai Mckart It M kr Htlau MU4u, • «fM«laM v*uft| MrrU4 wiwn. KIa|4m H IM4m>. Mhi'i hiatal, m iIm .i«r«r>. km r M*> N CMMtl. Aft.r tkt cexwar, Nucr HiiiM t. fctf yanW Iwm, «i*4 cmIiium t. ■m Nfi, wW Mr cm bar u tlraa b«r kwtu<. Mr. G«tea, M nImm ki> bafhur trim wUt k. hmUui kv ilMMiii «irU«<> mIU kii kM« n U$ ftiwi U*j r Lmu, «k« run ll X tfca wlfUal ••••/. Hduu It l«*tou «f HUkttft uur—t It Nucr, altkMgk aka ! ■" ■Mkinf ai tfca auiUft. ul trtaa ta aufca V«M<. Oaca fit* coaiaa u Naacy'a knai ai>4 Mkaa lata M kac. Nine. la frawlc—«ka lavaa h§t few rafaaaa la |a back aa kat kai|Ua llh Klckvi fer Atwclof klai. N*m a* ** wtl^ '*« itory. Kichard stood still: a shock of horror shook him out of his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

flBliP't•' W-p:\'': "fA J ' -t V '- - __. __ f • i Pf MAGAZINE SECTION ■t>v; B=B= H ': K ite gNM IMWM *MH 1* ■* yh ftr miw adwttahl* every ^ iii-..a If 1m pi ul boanda. VOLUME 4«. NEWS WANT ADS at ealy Sc a wart vfl •ell aoaetkiar for caah yea har« abaat the place or brine 70a eomethiaf r* need at a bargain. Try it ia The CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1934. NUMBER 31. n. -fA — T^ra./ vjm- &veeV ONE sA^/s it 's> A- c00H T4AT -iVATf/Les oui^ C3-A'5bA<Se "PA IL. AT M I (r+jT- I'LL J/J6T <^CAK2Ec EM A WAV - J ? f yMA WOue. +k>OSe /S Tfi-fs;' T UASTT ONE JH Tfl-e Vit-t-Ae-e _ Qe^oHD IS> 3asT WOODS — EBAl T=ore.esT >T £ SOME- ^,W,v1/VC ora or-H-er^ &4T1HG- aLiT OF oue £-^RP,Ai3 -PA 1 lamo: \sa+AT $ "*Vw-*-W*v«- ^iotaKiKe-^ ma^V- -AGE VOU foLK's rj,eb iM ^ourg. Hfcw Place ^ o4-MW - Ves - \ -.SAW. MeLOMra^eD - X WAMT "To ASl< Vou - ■—\A/+4AT~ AHIMAL WoucD COME ARCHJMD rV^i A Mo £ A 1 00 Y~ Ot= ouici <3A'i3GA e-e/ J — o+i - ^ c&o^l v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

Qtikb, tO years old, who fa the Bound Timber of Baylor comity, in hit own words th* of homtstesding on 160 Texas In 1872: tka fall of 1872 my wife and I through from Parker county in ox-drawn wagon and located in the southeastern part of Baylor county. Hie surveyor, a Mr. Ham, came out from Jacksboro and surveyed the 160 acns of State land for our homestead, what* I built a house of cottonwood Ion covered it with poles and then cov- ered the poles with dirt. It was six months after locating in this home be- fore my wife saw another woman. My nearest neighbor lived 12 miles from me. To fence my crop I set posts in the grand and tied poles from one post to the other, then hung buffalo hides on the poles, tying these on with thongs cut from the green buffalo hides. "When there were moonlight nights, the Indians would make raids. No one could keep horses of any kind very long, because the Indians would steal and drive them off. Killing Buffalo for the Hides "I had five yoke of oxen and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

SSS" um f*7 •:* ■ . • • ••=!> « | 0 MME N T By HOMER M. PRICE Manksll, T« [OTHER'S Day comes v usual this year on the second Sunday in May. The postoffice department pro- to honor the day by issuing 3-cent Mother's Day Stamp. This stamp will have a miniature repro- duction of Whistler's great picture— "Mother." This picture has been shown in all the world's great art galleries. These stamps will be on sale at all post- offices soon After May 1. It has been only a few yekrs since Mother's Day was first suggested but now it is cele- brated all over the land. There will hardly be a church anywhere that will not honor mother. On that day we all should wear a flower in her memory. There is a little couplet that tells us what kind of flower to wear: For a Mother Living, a flower bright, For a Mother in Heaven, a flower white. When the day was first observed the carnation was the flower used, but as the day became universal the supply of carnations was too limited, so any flow- er can n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

VI . not i iupp •ne c |.>a t Hi >prai itu Bi '.Uttt iliak -not very blaa >li« the tier ' Bi horn the lihjn max door ") "I ored lert irl yo DOW suid 1 ca N pillc trail Mai 11 the had in f old wot ano wa> CO*' loot tpei •II, V loot r you N it. ; Full <lre OP' V. the awi f win am (tea * WW p Mid iid com tou *tli ♦r me eggs. nr. heaidof such m BEING TRANSPLANTED of Texas that have been de- of mail are being restocked by Jate Game and Fish Commission the Gambol quail, which is about sixe of the Bob White. They are being trapped in Hudspeth county. MAYOR PAYS FINE IN NICKELS A Longview policeman "tagged" Mayor Birdsong's car for over parking. His honor, who also is chairman of the city commission, pleaded guilty and paid his $1 fine with 20 nickels, laughing heartily as he laid each coin on the judge's desk. LONGEST RESIDENTIAL RECORD When John Taylor Marshall died Feb- ruary 13 at his home south of Temple, it was claimed for him that he had lived on one ranch longer than a...

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

Just tli* flavor you like beat, too. If you are look- ing for a better flavored tea—uniformly high qual. Ity at a low coat per cup, ask for Lipton's Yellow IaJM Tea (<Orange Pekoe & Pekoe) Liptori's Green Japan Tea Jokes to Makt You Laugh WE WANT MEN Of character and ability to sell STATE RESERVE L1FK-REG1S- TERED POLICIES in every town in Texas. The work is easy if you work hard and hard if you work easy. In other words, loaftrs aro not wanted. Selling life insurance offers op- portunity to build a business of your own, commensurate with your ability and willingness to serve. Former experience in the business is not necessary. You may be the man we want. Write for details, giving age, present occupation and riferences. STATE RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE CO. "The Company of Character." Fort Worth, Texas COMMERCIAL FAILURES There were 32 commercial failures in Texas during Feb- ruary, an increase of 23 per cent over the 26 in January, but a decline of 55 per cent from February, 1933...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

OTTSf taw, M Waa« msf Onto Valla*. *to put . 1 mltaa tnm I a .-.t la 7 ud |p| I I •*,'• ? '.i 1 mm aad (rapafrait I . aad vcnUM Und. . atwao horn* modaru. stucco plasty othar oatbutldinga. <U«p wfttM, windmill, tank, licht plant. «• A< Taana. _ ivoImch. home pin- throughout. BOX ?. Glade- ACM3 impiavad. rich and level, $31. per sera. Grocaiy store and residence in email tows. Alio Ui acres, 115 per acre. Mare ethers. J. H. Ryan, Elbert. Tnu. MM ACHES, a real cow, sheep, (oat and horse ranch, well fenced. must sell, 17.50 par acre. Please come and inspect. From 1M acres up. Well improved places. No trade. Ferd Bremer, Blanco, Teias. JONES COUNTY led the State of Texas in i ginnings, 9rd in 1939. Writ* lor list of Jones county and other Wert Tmi farms. R. H. Jones county, Texas. Astin, Stamford. 1600 ACRES of good agricultural Und 5 miles from Hale Center, to close Kstate. $15.00 acre* all cash. L M. BAILEY, Hale Center. Texas. I HAVE several small and large tracts of land to Ri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

' -'t 5r SS---W5- ■':v ot economic dto- th( seeds of dls- tyK sown in the ourished chil- pfevention of tuber- is more necessary than John W. Bcown, health officer, says, lis fortneriy held place as a cause of death; it now ranks third in Texas, while for the <iountry as a whole it ranks seventh. Pneu- monia was the only com- municable disease that caused more deaths last year than did tuberculosis. Tuberculosis has been known for centuries and constant search for a specific cure has been the goal of doctors with- out success. The treatment consists of rest, proper food, fresh air and proper medical supervision. The greatest loss of life from this disease is between 20 and 40 years. Tuberculosis can be controlled if detected in its early stages, therefore, the State Depart- ment of Health urges that every one with a persistently slight temperature should go to the family physician for a complete physical examina- tion. In this way early be- ginning of tuberculosis or other disease...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 April 1934

' ,y {■ Visit our Spring Showing and tec the M* conveniences, the new beauty, of the Frigidaire '34. You'll se« Frigidaires that have mtamatk defrosting; that have auto- matic ice tray release; that are of gleaming, Lifetime Porcelain inside md out. Frigidaires with double- capacity Hydrators; unusually large food apace, and extra room for tall bottles, Frigidaires with wonder- fully convenient new features, such as a Sliding Utility Basket for eggs and other small articles, and the new Frigidaire Servashelf. In addition to the savings it brings, the Frigidaire '34 operates on an amazingly small amount of current. Come in and see why women are boasting, "Ours is a Frigidaire '34." A PRODUCT OF 6ENERAL MOTORS EVERT TEAR THE BEST OF THE TEAR n Amazing Economy S11 THE FRIGIDAIRE THAT ACTUALLY USES LESS CURRENT THAN ONE ORDINARY LAMP BULB ®99- I Plus Frtigbt delivered and installed FRIGIDAIRE DEALERS EVERYWHERE DISTRIBUTORS Frigidaire Corporation, Fort Worth. Tf*. Straus-Frank Co., San ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 April 1934

tfttog m ami at i taq to The Kowe atoalr • ii CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, FRIDAY, APRIL IS, 1M4. X. ' Court Second Week Of April Term State of Texas vs: Ben T. Wil- ttama charted with Driving a car while intoxicated. Crse called for Monday. Mrs. Allie Pegram vs: Mrs. Mabel Smith et. al. Case comes up Frl. This la suit to remove Judgment. K. N. Hudgins vs: Q. W. May. tresspass to try title. Continued. Sam young vs: Ft. Worth and D. C. Ry. suit for damages, set for next Monday. Petit Jury, 2nd Week: D. L. Dawklns, Chas. Brunson. W. J. Heims, Edd Rodgers, Roy Ransom, Jim Scoggins, E. W. How- ard, O. L. Corbln, Asbury Osborn. J. E. Robinson, Paul Hood, John Jasper, A. P., Rutherford, A. L Palm, T. E. Day, P. D. McMurry, Carl Woods, Newman Nlckcll, J. O Green. Alfred Reck, J. L. Doak. A. M. Hughlett, James Moore, Bob Hunter, Fred Stephenson, C. M. Hudson, Roy Conrad, J. B. Turner, Walter Hogg, Wlatt Haisler, W. H James, Val Lnycock. Petit Jury, 3rd Week: Roy Brurfson, D. L. Dawklns, Alex W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 April 1934

I ANGEL* April Kb: The aeUoaa aI Oao «rw *Ul be ftoUaably slower at this time. Associations with foreign power* wfli M agreeable. A good day tor agriculture and real es- tate deals. announcements The Claude News Is authorised to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the art*™ of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1W4. jjomid* ami worn on Kim Browne jt-.'s by policemen on duty, in th*. uewciit development . in ttis oriuit •haso li.v 11 Law. The net WW invented 1>jf if- O. Ucrdow, Fee Jadge at 41th J«dicUI Dlstriet: HENRY 8. BISHOP E. C. NELSON. Jr. Fee Canty Jsdje: 8. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD Fae Sheriff. Tas Collector and Tax Assessor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY STANLEY D. WHITE Fee Caanty And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART Fee Canty Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. MRS. IDA E. RICE Fee Commissioner Precinct No. 1: FRANK N. BISHOP O. F. 8MALLEY OTTO GRUMKE A. E. WOODWARD C. ...

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