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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

V MAG ECTI WAMT AOS at nIj 3c t wort wfll mD aoawtfciac far eaah you hm aboot the place or brine 70a something jroa at a bargain. Try it in The Claude Newa at only 2c par word. NUMBER 35 Mr, Bariaaaa Kant Tkrea far m af |w (raw taeona ahonld be aat aril* far nawapapar adrartiainf war yaar. Try it and yaar baaineaa will miaii by laapa and boanda. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934 6 ALL WITV4 -M — F?F Ho, Vou CAHY ffcAV , > "BALL VilTH US-Woo 12 6. OKILV A <S-I G.L.J A eHT Y Vie. ll op US "To Vie V-HAV£ "To let "PLAN/- H&E-D O^E=. - • a;;- cA! s-ne Khio^^py PA 1 ILI B: O I — ||| -6UT2e /WAMTA PJ-A-V A '-&ALL VJlT+t US ) A. f 1*1.1.1,11) ,JJ T jjomt see ntfeV Vs/oHT LE.T ME. ■pi_A^ BALL wir4 E>^ ■^'C& e<ve 4ere A T^ast 1 i^S^ooT, wallV- <®5>'/ it -4rr v lT Cz'v,MEL./ -TUA'IMV- T=-ASI/ -XjiDH'T RUT -AW, MAta-^VoU v. "PlTc4eD,-Too FWST*/ X COOLOHT ^£E IT- t/ . -.(< Ccu 1 ''vje'uu-AAve ~TO stop \/ J'J-L. F/X II -■ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

1 went up the old trail I was going on 18, feat I told the boss I was 21, be- lt was against the law to a minor across Red river into the country without his folks or somebody else to look out for him. North of Red river there was no law— just every man for himself and the devil for 'em all. "There were eight of us, count- ing the boss and the darkey. Along about the first of May we started out from New Braunfels, Texas, with 2000 head of longhorns. While crossing the Big Sandies, on the Colorado river, we had to rope three steers and drag 'em out of the suck-sand. "Going on north, we had pretty good driving, though some days we went mighty slow. Two or three times, when camping for the night, we could look back and see where we'd camped the night before. One day we had a little stampede and had to go back for the cattle, stopping where we'd camped the day before. "All this aggravated the boss, but it wasn't what you'd call serious. That came later. In three weeks we were getting cl...

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

1 Drty ef the Soathera Farmer tin time this Is being written there is some confusion in the minds of farmers of the South- west about what is best to do. The government is doing Its very best to hold ootton redaction down to 10,000,000 bales. The various rules promulgated from Washington tend to mystify the wisest of us. There is doubt as to the success of some of these plans, but one thing stands out in bold relief—that the farmer who plants his crops so he can live at home will come out ahead, no matter whether Secretary Wallace's schemes succeed or not. With no limitation placed on feed and food crops, the farmer whose cribs and barns are full,' the housewife whose larder is filled with canned vegetables, fruits and meats can feel independent whether the cotton plan wins or fails. Land rented by the government be- ing free to the farmer to plant food and feed crops, there should be little excuse for our farmers having to buy food next winter. Government relief and Red Cross help ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

CONDITIONS la Texas over f, For the week endlDff March w total number of employes in establishments was 20 per cent than during the corresponding last year. BUSINESS FAILURES DECREASING During the first three months of the current year there were 79 business failures in Texas against 187 in the cor- responding period last year. Liabilities totaled $1,206,000, against $3,423,000 for the period in 1933. DE LEON SHIPS COTTONWOOD Shipping of cottonwood timber is a profitable industry at De Leon. The wood is sent to factories to be cut up into containers for eggs, fruits and veg- etables. Already many carloads of the choicest timber have been sent out, with a demand for more. BLOWN OFF HIS ENGINE During a high wind storm W. H. Ed- wards of Smithville, a Katy locomotive fireman, was blown off the engine ten- der, sustaining a broken rib when he struck the ground. Mr. Edwards step- ped on the tank to take water when a sudden gust swept him off his feet. MULE 44 YEARS OLD C. McAnelly of Lom...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

mm HUbf h W Ctty Han \^jptegtar BID: "After yez sot away i, where did yei hide?" ^ Jake: "Oh, I just ducked into de city hail, flopped down in a chair and. put me feet on a desk." Woman of Her Word "Why did you shoot your husband?" "He didn't treat me right." "Did you try to get a divorce?" "No. When we married I swore that only death should part us, and I am a woman of my word." Sole Dictator "So you are the postmaster, store- keeper, justice of the peace and con- stable in this town?" Native: "Yessir! You might say I'm the Mussolini of Buckeye Corner." Taking Care of Tabby Mrs. X. (away from home): John, did you leave out anything for the cat before you started?" Mr. X. (who dislikes cats): "Yes, I left a can of condensed milk nn the table with a can-opener beside it." Didn't Buy Any "So your friend became wealthy through a sudden movement in oil. What oil stock did he buy?" "He didn't buy any. A rich old aunt tried to start a fire with a can of it." Statistics are Statistics "Wha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

k Owlet? tana tu4 tM a. tl ft wMk. Vlrgift I pruapact til l«ari far Ml rmm. MX W«t b s ' 1! i will bt liven for immediate ■ i sank Harrtll «ur ejr, Upekur P. O. to M27. Dallaa. T«m KKPOSftBSSED Central Texas Farm®, himlaa. cash or terms. Write for de- icriptioB. stating sise and type farm wart- mi ar4 amount cuh payment. Clood Farm Loan 4 Ileal Estate Co.. Temple. Texa . OKLAHOMA ALL SIZED, repossessed farms, easy terms; write site, location wanted, Okla- homa or Texas. RUCKERS. 425 Pertine Bldg.. Oklahoma City, Okla. LIST your Farms and Ranches with us for Sale or Trade. R. F. WORKMAN A CO., 816 Ramsey Tower. Oklahoma City. 65Q ACRES Salllsaw, Okla. Main improve- ments excellent, 5 sets tenant building*. Corn and cotton land. School, church near. About 600 acres in cultivation, 200 acres bottom, worth price being asked for alL Some timber and coal mine. Bargain if can pay cash. Ernest G. See, Ton- kawa, Okla., Box 636. NEW MEXICO FARM—800, Improved, for Eastern prop- erty. Howard C...

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

a woman asks buying salt i in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton'« because— WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS IODIZED OR PLAIN •i By AUNT MABY A PUZZLE IN PICTURES CHICAGO * )r ANO BIGGER BETTERS 1700 FINEST WORLD'S FAIR ROOMS EACH WITH BATH FROM. lust 4 blocks from Grant fork which is the North Entrancei to the Fair1 Grounds RIGHT HOTEL In '34 as in'33 Discriminating Visitors Select HOTEL SHERMAN H4NOOIPH - Cl ARK - LAKE. — LA SAUE S^RICTS* UNIQUE RAILROAD RECORD William (General) Lyne, engineer on the famous "Sun- shine Special," Missouri Pa- cific crack train, was tendered a dinner recently at Palestine commemorating 50 years of service with the Inetrnation- al-Great Northern Railroad. It is estimated that Mr. Lyne has ridden 2,400,000 miles on the "iron horse," a record without parallel, it is believed, in the United States. Acme Tent & Awning Co., Inc. 208 S. Jennings Avenue FORT WORTH, TEXAS Write us for estimates. Awnings, Tmti and Tarpaulins NFW.llGHT.AEROPttNE METAL :%3GB ll...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 May 1934

HOKE PROBLEMS YOU EAT How much surplus energy you have re- sults from the food you eat and how quickly it is converted into Dextrose. To those who do strenuous outdoor work, there is a big difference in feel- ing vigorous and alert and that of be- ing easily tired and lacking in "pep." Dextrose is a simple sugar which supplies energy. A readily utilized source of Dextrose is Karo, which con- tains 120 calories per ounce. Less ef- fort is needed to digest Karo than for many other staple foods. Karo supplies energy quickly— which is very important to those who work hard and have need of surplus energy. Karo Syrups are essentially Dex- trins, Maltose and Dextrose, with a small percentage of Sucrose added for flavor—all recommended for ease of digestion and energy value. The 'Accepted' Sea! denotes that Karo and advertisements for it are acceptable to the Committee on Foods of the American Medical Association. UMt. FROM AMERICAN CORN which is PURCHASED FOR Wp CASH FOOD for thought m MAC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 May 1934

tNAHfiP* NEWS voicms «. lis CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY II, ISM. Mrs. J. J. Mick- el Lectured In Claude Sunday TTw people of Claude and va- cinity enjoyed a real treat Sun (toy night when Mrs. Joe J. Mickel Jr., of Koble, Japan, save a lec- ture on her work In Japan. Thirteen years ago Mrs. Mlcke) went as a bride to the foreign mission fields of Japan where her husband was a teacher In one of the Christian Colleges of that country. That she has enjoyed her home life and her experiences in Japan is broadcasted in every word, act and smile of her lec- tures. Dressed In the native costume, which was plenty warm last Sun- day night, Mrs. Mickel appeared on the platform ready for her talk. With no flares or preliminaries to take up her time, she entered immediately into her story. She began by untying the little cloth wrapped package in which she carried her notes and materials for her talk. The package was to Illustrate the manner in which the Japanese lady does her sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 May 1934

■arr*i ■M I lr$ 4SS0<^ ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which thair names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. Far Representative lSJrd District HALMOND K. STANFIELD Far Jidfe of 47tli judicial Distrkt: HENRY 8. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, Jr. For County Judge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD For Sheriff, Tax Tu Assessor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY STANLEY D. WHITE Collector and 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 Commissioner Precinct No. 1: PRANK N. BISHOP O. F. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE A. E. WOODWARD C. M. (MOLEN) BRUMMETT J. L. PAFFORD For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: J. J. RAY I tr Commissioner Precinct No. 2: W. H. HAMBLEN E. T. BAGWELL For Commissioner Precinct No. 4: THURMAN HAVINS NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SALE Funeral Chapel Much More—An institution of aervice-a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 May 1934

YOUR KITCHEN Enclosed burners use kerosene- Light here Or Exchange tc A Day Operate* A Superfex Vegetable Plant*—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 Your kitchen In the logical place to keep cool. You can keep It there day after day, THOROUGHLY CHII.LKD AND WHOLSOME, If you have a Superfex Oil Burning Refrigera- tor. Superfex economically keeps food fresh and pure, cold and clean, Makes 32 large sparkling Ice cubes at a time, A freezes Ice cream, ruts down food cost, saves trips to market, j saves countless steps each day. A | Johnson - Price Company \ 611 Fillmore, Amarillo, Texas | SUPERFEX The Oil Burning Refrigerator DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, 401 Medical Arts Building Amarillo, Texas POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 May 1934

&S&*. Manj Iwlay Taylor •MKC-M. SUWCMTi* MMICC-inmwM it 1BST0KY SO VAR K; Put Koemtr, la atrruM to Dr. Richard „ Kit*u tbauu* doUir.. the k*r brother Koddjr Mole to > « Htl«KA H«Moa, M>|>hiiii«ttd .m, m lor. with Richard, ___> h«r but to auk* trouble (or Ncncy, tMkWfh ah* know* nothing of th< lecrtt MlrilH. Mr. Gordon idli hit home to rapa* Richard. Nancy permit. Page to COMWV* making love to h«r, but when •ht fiadl that h« want! her to run away with him h« recoils from him in horror. Takbqr shelter in the hovel of a poor woman whose baby is dying, Nancy real- be* that Richard is the best man after all, sad Mads for bim. Although tie sans the "yt. Iif«t he repudiates the help of hit wife. Helena, finding that they hare spent the night together in the miserable hovel, tpreads the scandal about town. Angie Fuller, Roddy's childhood sweetheart, and niece of Major Lomax, tries to stop the scandal. Just then Roddy returns home— drunk. His mother believes him craiv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 May 1934

Mrs. Mellie Lee PaUenon Haw- es Goes Home ' March 17, 1897 May 7. 1934. The Angel or Death has a strange way of selecting his Jewels for the Better World. Today he calls at a happy home and takes away its loving mother. Tomor- row he may knock at the door of another neighbor's home and carry with him their only little child. But after all Death is not the cruel foe We think he is. Death is our friend. He comes not to bring us sickness, suffering and pain forever, and still our aching hearts. Disease is the cruel foe that we should all fear and fight. Disease Is our human enemy that causes all our suffering, and final- ly forces Death to come and re- lease us from our pain. This is the spirit in which Mel- lie Patterson Hawes on Monday morning. May 7th, 1934. met her friend the Angel of Death. After eleven long weeks of intense pain and suffering, during which the loving hands of her husband, mother and all the other relatives and friends together with the best medical cnre possible ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 May 1934

I the Mr tor It more than a Funeral Chapel I limit.'VV.miil ^SSOC^ 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. FUNERAL HOME * Trxaa—ktriif far tta Much More—Am Institution of for the whole of the Panhandle prime motive to render the ilmM In efficient, thoncMfnl, sympathetic administered service at a coat as low aa any funeral home In this section of west Texas. Handreda of fami- lies attest the fairness of our one-price complete fisUll service. { A feature of our service is music by the Beacon Male Quartet-without ex- tra Cost. BLACKBURN-SHAW, INC. Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Phone 23234, Amarillo For Representative 123rd District: HALMOND K. STANFIELD For Judge of 47th Judicial District: HENRY S. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, Jr. For County Judge: 8. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD For Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tax ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 May 1934

BBS W <r x 1934 CHEVROLET DrWe It five miles and you will never be satisfied with any other low priced car. "The World's Lowest Price Six." "WELDING," "MACHINE SHOP" and "GENERAL REPAIRING." Headquarters for J. I. CASE Ma- chines, parts and service. Mr. F.sles Wiseman, who lias been working as a Machanlc for the Plains Chevrolet Co.. at Amarillo lor the past several months back Is working for us in our shop a sain, and will be glad to take tare of any of your repair work. is mm* ant, To Sell Bay Or Exchange 2c" A Day Operate*. A Snperfex NELSON CHEVROLET CO. CHRISTIAN CIIURCH 2c A Day Operates A Siiperfox Although the Pastor was away formerly members of this con- last Sunday, a very interesting gwgation. An all clay program is program was given by the I,a- being arranged, and we are r- clies of the church, at the Morn- luting a large attendance and a Ing hour. The first Sunday In June S'eat spiritual awakening, no- has been designated as Home Com- 'if to all members wil be given ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 May 1934

• : ' i I S H I Our Job is Right Here At Home in Claude DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABBICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAB LAINOKV 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 ranks; to establish codes and to observe them whole-heartedly. It is only in prop...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 May 1934

I I LATEST VaiMm Dew" COTTON PLAID Pattern 8186. Ike popularity of ptaidl In cotton materials continues mutated. Catering to the demand lor ui attractive and simple design for gmeral usefulness is this one- piece (rock. The flaring reglan deem are slashed and pleats In- serted giving width and a finished! 2 look about them and the inverted pleats In the front and back of the ■kilt are simple to make and very effective. The costume is completed by the addition of the large white tie trimmed with rick rack braid. The delightful colors in cottons, Whether checked, plaids or mono- tones, make choosing a different! and interesting task. i aXkm. Harvest Time IS NEAR AT HAND How about that New Harvester Thrasher — A Farm Truck - -- or Tractor? Also a complete line of machine \ Repairs. We have the most complete line of Repairs in the Panhandle, Farmers Grain & Imp. Co. \ msvtwwwwwwwNwwwww.wvvwwmvMk* Claude News Subscription Terms \ One Year for SI.50 inside <if this tra.le territory...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 May 1934

L I Manj Imlatj Taylor MMOCMTtR MINKX'HUW rM£ STORY SO FAR Hi lariat '<P ia airriic* to Dr. Kkhard for (UtMa thousand 4ollar>, the kcr brother loddy ttolt to (in HiImi HwMud, •opkuticatcd is Ioti with Kichard, tea; ilM* tar Wit to aitkt trouble lor Nmcj aitbo«ch ah* kaovs nothing aI the itertt Wftiu*. Mr. Gordon Mlla hi« home to •| i«I linlnri Nanty iwmiti Page to cotUWtft making love to h«r, but when ako finds that ht wants hor to run away with him she recoils Irom him in horror. Xalong abetter in the hovel of a poor woows whose baby is dying, Nancy real- ign that Richard it the beat nun after all, ia4 Mads for kin. Although h« ww« the feaby'a lilt, he repwdiatM the help of hie wife. Helen*, finding that they have spent the night together m the miaerahle hovel, ■prendls the acandal about town. Angle Fuller, Koddy'• childhood awtetheart. and niece of Major Lontax, triea to atop the acandal. Just then Roddy return® home— drunk. His mother believes him craiy and •ends for Dr. Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 May 1934

ISiiS ■ -,- '•y'.-i!t.:: ■ '.'£ ' .. . • , - ;•_ ■ - i >•-■,-■ ._ -2 • . ■ K .' < I MM i '• ■"■ ir CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAT 25, ltM. |Pl| ;-v • i Glorious Ground Soaker & GuDy Washer First of the week more than an Inch of rain fell in this part of the Panhandle. Tuesday and Tuesday night something Ilk? two inches of rain came this way. making 2M to 3 Inches of rain fall this week. • It is said that this .rain fell at Dalhart, the dryestpart of the Panhandle, and continued on down to. Childress, Texas. It also ex- tended north to Shamrock Cana- dian and other points north. It means our wheat is safe and row crops will come along with the best prospects we have had for many years. This last rain was a Oodsend to farmers of Arm- strong county. So the weather man does remember us when we are In need of moisture. :0: FAMILY RE-UNION A family Re-Union was held Wednesday of this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Orlmes, one mile north of Claude, at the Or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 May 1934

FUNERAL COST Problem TrrvjTr I! 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 Representative 183rd District HALMOND K. STANFIELD Far Judge of 47th Judicial District: HENRY S. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, - For County Judge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD For Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY STANLEY D. WHITE For Cowity And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. MRS. IDA E. RICE For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: PRANK N. BISHOP O. P. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE AMMON E. WOODWARD C. M. (MOLENl BRUMMETT J. L. PAFFORD Without the sacrifice of one single feature of fine service you would expect, this firm has solved by careful study of funeral cost, the problem of price guessing or class service. No matter what your needs or circumstances...

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