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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 April 1934

V. t-: I * i .>s ' . • ■ Want, To Sell Boy Or Exchange tei*v • Saperfex OCT TOOK Doc collar At the City ■m Shop with your dog's name «C «ed on metal pla T 34-c WHEN In Med of Gasoline Kero- •toe, Oils utd Oriw; call 66, from 6:10 a. m. to C:30 p. m. prompt delivery.—J. C.' BUTLER Agent Phillips Petroleum Co. 33-c SHOE HOSPITAL—The Place tor Sick Shoes, at 518 Taylor St., Am aril lo, Texas. 34-c. OLD R'AOS WANTED—White Knit ONLY. Must be clean. Will pay S cents pound. — ROAN'S OARAOE. 32-tf le a day a Saperfex FOR SALE—Refrigerator, Rang- ette, Linoleum and Breakfast Set. Telephone It. POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public tint tfl of the 3. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will M prosecuted CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c Potter County Mutual Benevolent Ass'n. 109 B W. 6th Ave. Amarillo, Texas O. D. Kerr, Secretary OLD CLEAN RAQS—Will pay • cents a pound for old. clean rags. No sox, stocking or strings Will be ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 April 1934

• •• • • • -<>*■ ■■ tad Mr*. C. a LuttriU with Mr. u4 spent Sunday -with Mr. Richard iBngfOR, in., school .aipee the epidemic. w# n? -indeed proud; <4 ow OUl's Double Tennis Teem who pre Misses Dorothy Day and. Kath- jryn ICiUler. After defeating Good- night two sets last Wednesday they will represent Armstrong Co. Amarillo, Texas crowd at Lakevlew message a great 8unday uuvnw NEWS delivered Manj Iwilaq Taylor ®Mt C.M.S. MJTOCASTKR Se&VlCt an back lWttk. J. T. Taylor and Pre* and Mrs. V. H. Harmon and eon spent the week-end in Can* *9 . Mrs. Ptank Brunsoii Is .about •- faiti aft** IHneas of over a ■Miss Oifta Cobb spent the week- I'tin Claude vlsitkig her sister, Mrs. D. B. Mathews. Social—LaNette Cook. Cduaction—Ruben Dunn. Music—Robert Hayhurst Ta rid BUI Dye. Mission—Harris Cheek. Finance—Xenophen Dunn. For Secretary—Margurlte WqHey. Chorister-Reporter—Howell Dye It was also decided that each Sunday morning one Committee would lead the devotional before , „ class tim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 April 1934

TRAILS, OLD AND NEW / W \^i • A MP* T/ \ rr Our Job is Right Here At Home in Claude DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS TUBNITUBE AMUSEMENTS FABBICS WOMEN'S WEAB MEN'S WEAB LAUNOBY SEBVICE JEWELBY M1LLINEBY DBY GOODS TBANSFOBTATION SECUBITIES LIGHT AND POWER BUGS SHOES SHOE BEFAIBS BEAL 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 whole-h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 April 1934

^ - ? BS wr \ ,c. ■ ■M ^fHO WILL SHOP PENNEY'S IN APRIL § I'M ■r'-~ ~ , «OTM - ~ ,.T Starting Tomorrow! Penney's celebrate 32 yean of value-giving with sensa- tional bargains . . . hundred* of them . . . bargains for you, your family, and your home! Yes, Penney's are saying It with Bargains! Here are great values, we've been planning for months, to save ycu money. Don't miss Penney's An- niversary. Check your needs NOW, and come prepared to buy. You'll find bar- gains in every department . . . big savings on every purchase! BARGAINS" NOT "BALLYHOO" Now] Pay Less than you Ever Paid Before for - „. I ** ■ (■•. ■' DRESSES 4 'Prints, Crepes and "Print Combinations! *.9S Style, material, cut, and finish way above what you'd expect at this low pricel Many have just been unpacked—that's why they show such new sleeves, simulated jackets, smart necklines, bright contrasting trimming! Solid colors have touches of white o. print trimmings. Prints arc often combined with plain colors. Sizes for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 April 1934

Try M la The Km ui nick m> If Imm Hi CLAUDE NEWS youna «*. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, ISM. numkb a. Editor's Father Died - At Clinton, Ok. J. H. WAGGONER James Henderson Waggoner was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Wag- gone? June the 24th. 1852 In Smith county Tennessee. He moved with hit parents to RusselvlUe, Ky., where he grew to manhood. He was united In marriage August the 7th, 1873, to Miss Marguerite Tooley. They moved to Ft. Worth, Texas, and later located at Pilot Point, Texas. To this union nine children were born, Ellas Plnkney, found missing at the age of nine- teen years, Thomas Townsend of Claude, Texas, Victory Hugo of Bayard, New Mexico, Mrs. Betty Ann Cheatham of Laveen, Ari- sona, Mrs. Jennie Myers of Clin- ton, Oklahoma, Mrs. Gracy Lee Harnett of Pasedena, California and Leaborn George Waggoner, de- ceased, Lawrence Waggoner, de- ceased. and Jimmie Waggoner, de- ceased. His wife died April 8th, 1921, and was buried in Taylor cemetery beside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 April 1934

PRESS continually I**™*?* the of • Mow WH*K * MERCHANT MAKES «We td m2te!AJDOLLA OH WILL ADVSR- tTrtWdWbrinStoS about bet-i™ > MERCHANDISE AND SnSrSr mStod: yet men.jt^SKJ A JESi£5mS£ ™ in his efforts to gultle man, must KNOWN I8E, IT rata their appearanoe by| wearing a frilly' collar pr high neckline in their frockiT When shopping for a hat, refuse to be hurried lM' always' Wear, if pos- sible, the costume with which it is to be matched? - -:0:- U * > |, I ■§: jjfaar Bel SHOULD NOT TAKE HIM LONG TO FIND OUT WHICH ONE IS MORE PROFITABLE TO HANDLE. :0: TODAY'S TIP ON GOOD GROOMING By Verna DeBorde Hats for this season are big or little and in almost every shape imaginable, but one sees an oc- casional woman who seems to have chosen her hat by shutting her eyes and grabbing the first she touched. The saucer hats will make a long neck seem longer, and they are seldom becoming to any but a close bob, yet we see them on tall, very slender women with The knitted suits of popular and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 April 1934

T o Sell Boy Or Exchange Se ft lay operate* a Snperfex Oft YOUR Dog collar at the City Shoe Shop with your dog's name engraved en metal plate. 34-c. L WhEN In need of Gasoline. Kero- Olls and Greases, call 66 from 6:10 a. m. to 8:30 p. m prompt deUvery.—J. C. BUTLER Agent Phillips Petroleum Co. 33-c SHOE HOSPITAL—The Place for Sick Shoes, at 518 Taylor St.. Amartllo, Texas. 34-c OLD HAGS WANTED—White Knit ONLY. Must be clean. Will pay S cents pound. — ROANS OARAGE. 32-tf OLD CLEAN RAGS—Will pay 8 cents a pound (or old, clean rags. No sox, stocking or strings will be accepted. Cr.ll at NEWS OFFICE tf WIllUIJMiLlii. CHICKENS TURKEYS Don't wait and have Diseased Fowls Irom Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice, Mites, Fleas 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 Pice of these destructive Parasites, their system toned up. their health and Egg Production at a very small cost—or mone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 April 1934

0: RP m ■f I' I I I # 1 M if! Si 'i ii 1! III II I I II M' § - - — . *- - w * _ Cm Never Catch You Unprepared • nn, The Rmht Kind for £vcrv Job Ask for "OXHIDE"—and You'll Get Tested Quality Only If you have an Electric Refrigerator is it easy to keep the food supply for the family good and wholesome when sud- den heat waves set in. Outside, the mercury may go to 100 degrees but inside your refi'igerator it keeps safely below SO degrees at all times! And safety isn't its only good point. The convenience of an Electric Refrigerator these hot days is almost as important. Vou can prepare in it so many warm-weather delicacies- ices and mousses, chilled and irozen salads, and numberless 3 cold drinks. Don't wait a week longer with antiquated re- 5 fHgeration—select at once one of the new and completely mod- f, ern Electric Refrigerators on display at your dealers. Advantag- « eous. terms can be arranged. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE CompaiMj OIL 20c TO 25c GAL. Good Tractor Oils Our Speci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 April 1934

NEWS %] tMag tm mi * l mh to The Mm at etffr t- Mali -,'1 J' '' - "■ - VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, ISM. VUMBSK Mi Veteran Brou't Goodnight Herd To Panhandle Walter Dyer, 78 years old, broth- er* In-law of the late Colonel Chas. Goodnight and honored Panhandle (or 60 years, died at the of his daughter, Mrs. Jack Rtitlierford at Amarillo, Saturday afternoon. At the age of -18 years he came to the Panhandle Plains w(th_Col- onel Ooodnlght's first herd. He had lived at Clarendon. Goodnight and AmarlUo ever since. With his brother. Lee Dyrr. he built the famous T-Anchor Ranch house that stands stolidly now af- termore than half a ccntury ,a monument to the characters of the builders. Oldest T-Anchor Cowboy He was one of the few T-Anchor cowboys and annually for many years he had gathered with them at the ranch house near Canyon for a reunion. At the last Trl-State Fair he was honored by the Panhandle Old Settlers' Association as the oldest T-Anchor cowboy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 April 1934

mm 11 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates lor liw office, under which thslr names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. Far Representative 123rd District: HALMOND K. STANFIELD For Judge of 47th Judicial Distrint: HENRY 8. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, Jr. H8 We1 £ f* W (Oeottourt from Vint Pan) For County Judge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILBON W. W. HOOD For Sheriff, Tax Tax Assessor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY 8TANLEY D. WHITE Collector and For County And District Cleric CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. MRS. IDA E. RICE WASHINGTON . . . Pictured above are the periods named by Dr. Wirt, (iarv, Ind., educator, as having attended a dinner at which the "Brain Trust revolt talk'' was a subject of discussion. Each of those ilamed, but satellites in government affairs, emphatically denied any such discussion and Dr. Wirt was termed by one '1 a monologist, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 April 1934

(fSOTgHBrl rV'-p * • m j SEE THE NEW - 1934 CHEVROLET Drive It Only Five Miles and You Will Never be Satisfied With Any Other Low Priced Car. "The World's Lowest Priced Six Cylinder Car" NELSON CHEVROLET CO. | s Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange 2c a day operates a Superfex FREE:—A nice advertisement of your candidacy for office each time you give the Claude News an order for candidate cards. GET YOUR Dog collar at the City Shoe Shop with your dog's name engraved on metal plate. 34-c. WHEN in need of Gasoline, Kero- sene, Oils and Greases, cull Cfi. from 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. in. prompt delivery.—J. C. BUTLER. Agent Phillips Petroleum Co. 33-c TYPEWRITER PAPER-You can sheets, cut B1 6 by 11 inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office an' buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred save money. LAMBS FOR SALE Local and Personal NOW IS THE time to pay your subscription to The Claude News while you can settle all back sub- scription...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 April 1934

S<t~. i i. MAY B, Groom, Texas Boys" Want-Ads Phone 97 a fair I and MM. .Tbeltjaa ftaad (pent Sunday tfttta Mrs. B. D. Tate. " Mr. and Mrs. Ut Ooodin. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goad spend Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Branson. Mrs. Will Rich has come home from the hospital. She Is reported doing very well. "Roberta Crownover entertained Sf mi M&tij Imlaij Taylor AUIOCAtTER StttVICt-wwYlW SeTeateeath lasUllment THE STORY SO FAR Nucr Cwlw uUo ktruU In mutlua *'•* Br. Mdari M«|u f« fifiMn tk*tuu< toUan —1« mn Ut funity Im tk« Ma«n« •' k" JbrMlMT lllMf'l Utit •( that mmu f- • •Man. Naicr Uvm runilni M"l ,V" MT. Kiciwr4 is *1 Htltna HHtea, • mUmIwiI r*«| narrM woman. lln|M Utd4an, Mna'i mm tka aiafait, tut halfa Ma canaaat. Altar tka caiaaanr, "ucj rat ulna ta har paranu' haoia, and cantinaaa ta aaa ff, *U kar ta 4l «lc« kaf kaakaM. Mr. Cat«aa, ta rilaaaa Us <ati|Mar fr« vkat ka canaliaia kar atamafal anriiata, aaUa kit taw ta lis triaai Majar Lamai, «ka ranta II ta ka ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 April 1934

sS®ir;" 'j'.--v" ■+£■ -f < ,T",yv ijpi? nt. #&';? "lSl "Nx> .i." • OLD AND NEW \* s T 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 RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL 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 r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 April 1934

END OF MONTH (I , B m I . C-- k EfBgjgt SPECIALS >k LEVINES Are Headquar- ters m Gradua- t i o n Wearing apparel for boys and Girls. I SALE OF SPRING COATS AND SWAGGER SUITS If you have not bought already, now is the time and Levines is the place to Save on One VALUES UP TO $16.95 $0OO All Wool and Silk Crepe Lined NEW SHEER WASH FROCKS Hundreds of Styles to Select from, Just Unpacked. Come Prepared to Buy. Several, for they are an irresistable Value All Sizes & Colors. $i oo JUST RECEIVED New CALIFORNIA Ankle length DRESSES Choice of Organdy or Taffeta Materials Beautiful Array at Colors In Solids, Stripes, Plaids And Dots. Choice — $9 98 SHOES FOR 4{0,| GRADUATION WHITE PUMPS TIES AND OXFORDS In the Smartest Styles of the Season. Plenty of Sizes and widths. LEVINES PRICE AND $Q98 NEW SUMMER MILLINERY Plenty of Piques Linens, Crepes and also Straws Specially Priced. AT LEVINES Children's Anklets Sizes 5'i to 10. Choice Colors. — 10c pr. 1 S 1 00 The Season's NEWEST Colors in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1834 Ik Big Four Inch Rain Made Farmers Happy • Rain began falling here Tuesday afternoon and continued during the afternoon and late into the night. A Uttle less than three inches had fallen up to Wednesday morn- ing the actual count being above ! and 05-100 Inches according to Denver Railroad measurcmc.it",. This rain came over a large portion of Panhandle, the rain extending north of Amarillo down below Memphis, so we are in- formed. It surely mean3 millions of dol- lars to Panhandle wheat raisers, and a great help to all other pros- pertlve crops. As the saying goes:: "It came Just In the nlch of time", to save our farmers and gardners of the Panhandle. They tell us that it always rains in the Panhandle in time to save our crops. Whether this is true or untrue, we are happy over the big rain that came our way last Tuesday. LATER:—Another inch of rain fell hero Wednesday night. :0: TODAY'S TIP ON GOOD GROOMING By Verna DeBorde To cl...

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

H A \ foil1* r Zewz? Un IdU ■g , announcements Ike Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can- didates for lit* office, under which their names appear, Subject tc the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1834 to BepreoenUtive 123rd District: 8ALMOND K. STANFIELD to Jmdse of 41th Judicial District: HENRY 8. BISHOP 1. C. NELSON, Jr. to Grant? Judge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD to Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST K. P. BERRY 8TANLEY D. WHITE Far County And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART Far Canity Treaaarer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. MRS. IDA E. RICE CKICAQO ... CWA workers, while digging near Aurora, III., unearthed the skeleton head of a hugt Mastodon, the eitinct species which roamed Us North American continent some SO,000 years ago. The head is 4 ft., V inches high aad t ft., 10 Inches wide aad weighs WW pounds. Prof C. B. Smith of Aurora College, pictured above with mastodon skull, classifies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

ELECTRIC MACHINE WASHER With Gu MOTOR $11980 aRaSliSigsSS Q. W. MAY Route B, Groom, Texas "Advertise Boys" Want-Ads Phone 97 J. W. Appling of Fort Worth, ■pent Sunday with his mother Mrs. A. O. Appling and his broth- er, Carl W. Appling, at Claude, returning home in the afternoon. Miss Helen Blanton of Amnrlllo. former teacher in the Claude Schools, spent Sunday with her sister, who is a teacher in the Claude School. Bobbie Campbell and Channie Hood have accepted a position at i V yManj Imlaq Tayl* ©MKC.U.V AUTOCASTSR or seavicC'n«u>von< Eighteenth Installment « THE STORY SO FAR Nancy Car 4m irtdct herself in marriage wltfc Dr. Rkhsrd Marfan far fifteen thouitnd 4allars —It tstt h«r faaillf froiu ibe disgrace at" her brother Roddy's theft of thst amount for s wo'MA. Nancy le*«e penniless young Page Koe- kier, and Richard it loved by Helens Haddati, s sophisticated young man led woman. Klngdon Haidoa, Helena's husband, tees the elepsrs, bi: holds hie couasel. After the ceremony...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

%r- \ N. i <■- Our Job is Right Here At Home in Claude DO m WANT TO l.-.'UVtC.VlWtfl • /W# <« «.! V*v 0*4** I '-^V; • MM «♦ * • > '«#««« «««« I *# </ 4*nn** (WlfMMil !«*>« **« *v *« «>* « •«« «M ■ A «t .n.*>. -.«a. ... £ v. .***.< v. yt wyerv:-} Fa* projpraax u 5JW.«ae*s«ua *•*'"• jr..jf.«.4 .*. «..•. •. •:* = *••. v? *jafi agracw-'taare, it caLJ *.*..«•: wVJtjuoR -atu* *,*? cb* ritfjkflftt ■• It r '- •«■ •v# **,«,•«'*•/ *4 *-v.«X *.t • •: "*r ->>.. kjaVWTR... Tk*t IWfc'afflBl *25*1 t3*e TSXSf&AmeSr l-«. «.vl.t v? *•*.•> „■..• r ►.r.i'ji** rtV I ^ O-OpfcflATIO.N ' '■> jf ■'>..«■ r.A' .ssr.A. w'r.v.'.A i*4*i ♦//vt/'d the o'f plenty fo>r alL it la** ? v. .-./A* >>„•: v.tra-m </f tJswt action.- Tfeiu ji>Klat« fc** been in the st*a>A >f* './,**p+:r*t.< -rt-.tfj-j/i their <■/*« rank*; to establish code* /, vivi*-/'r«- >'.• wfv,i*A+:*/tediy. It u only in wvprjrtkta that tbe*e omt co /«>.«■: / *r;/j yf that tJ*e bi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

• Jew WJItod Jr. SEt THE NEW 1934 CHEVROLET Prive It Only Five Miles and You Will Never be Satisfied With Any Other Low Priced Car. "The World's Lowest Priced Six Cylinder Car" NELSON CHEVROLET CO. Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange Vegetable Plants—Tomatoes, Mc- Oee, Earliana, Brake-o-day, Cab- bage: early Jersey Wakefield. Sweet Potatoes, Nancy Halls: 30c per 100 post paid. Pepper: Hot and sweet, 15c doz 50c Per. 100. Roots Packed In wet moss. Guaranteed to reach you in good condition. Mays Plant Farm, Cladendon. Texas 36-c OLD CLEAN RAOS—Will pay 8 cents a pound for old. clean raga. No sox, stocking or strings will be accepted. Call at NEWS OFFICE tf. POSTED NOTICE ThU la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and huntlhg, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers irtli be proaecuted. CLINTON ■XNRT, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-e CHICKENS Tl'KKKYS Don't wait and have Diseased Fowls from Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice. Mites. Fleas and Blue Bugs th...

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

1' ■' NOW Ladies All Silk Full FASHIONED CHIFFON HOSE 2 PAIRS $110 Buy A Summer's Supply NOW! LADIES KNIT DRESSES Penney s SOLAR DURING THIS EVENT PENNEY'S, ARE OFFERING ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF SUMMER APPAREL AT PRI- CES THAT SHOULD BRING YOU TO PENNEYS IN A HURRY — CHECK THIS AD FOR YOUR ENTIRE SUMMER NEEDS, AND THEN COME AND SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN SAVE— - 250 LADIES SPRING HATS Close Out 50 Crepes, Sheers, in Pastels! They're Nov! DRESSES Many have jackets or capes I Just * 6*90 No wonder pastels have reached such a peak of popularity—they're stunning to look at, and easy to wear I This group—just arrived—includes dressy styles and sports types! Shirred, tucked, stitched for trimming! Misses' and Women's Sizesl STRAWS Showing All The Favorite Styles 98c $1.49 AND $1.98 FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT TRY PENNEY'S--- Showing A Great Selection Of Summer Suits — All New Fab- rics — Newest Styles and Colors. $1475 $JQ75 $9250 *39" Penney'# Super Quality SUITS LADIES HAND - MADE GOWNS CLOSE OUT ...

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