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

O.w-' ;*v VOLUME 41. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY S, 1931. NUMMS M. The Home-Town Weekly Assures Bigger Business BY Judge Joel E. Smith In out last article we called attention to the fact that many of the bigger Industries had great- ly Increased their output during the last twelve months. Just yesterday it was a delight to read of the fact that the grout Santa Fe Railroad had declared a $2.00 dividend on its common stock—the first such dividend for several years, and it was declared by reason of the fact that its earnings during what we might call depression times warranted that action. The stream of the circulating medium known as money is cer- tainly flowing a bit faster and more nearly toward its normality than It has done for several years. These facts—for they are facts, and not mere assertions—are ample reason why every man should gaze at the external world now with both optimism and enthusiasm His own thought and his own action based on his own thought, eith...

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

W*rs PRESS announcements The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates (or the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. For Representative 123rd District: HALMONO K. STANFIELD For Judge of 47th Judicial District: HENRY S. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, E. O. NORTHCUTT For District Attorney, 47th Judl- dieiai District: S. F. ROSE For County Juris*: 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 County And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. i SUE i KERR. MRS. IDA E. RICE For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: FRANK N. BISHOP O. F. SMALLEY OTTO ORUMKE AMMON E. WOODWARD C. M. (MOLENi BRUMMETT J. L. PAFFORD For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: J. J. RAY j. c. Mcdowell far Commissioner Precinct No. 3: W. H. HAMBLEN E. T. BAGWELL For Commissioner Precinct No. 4: THURMAN HAV...

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

mMmmm 'ant, To Sell Bay Or Exchange Stop Athlete's Foot, Ringworm, Itch, etc.. with LUCKY TIOER AHTJSKPTIC OINTMENT. New formula works wonders. Costs lit- tle at Drug Stores. l-t-p CALL AT SHOE HOSPITAL All work guaranteed. 518 Taylor Street. Amarlllo, Texas. l WANi'fcD—By a Good Widower J formerly of Claude, a Worth Wlille Moral, Christian Widow, about 45 years of age, Some means, Sult- ' able, qualified and Efficient, to help as partner helpmate and wife on a Good Dairy Parm, in another state. No trlflers need write. Ad- dress J. A. CLAUDE NEWS, Claude, Texas. 42-p 2c A Day Operates A Superfex POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pasture: are posted, and hunting, napping or fishing is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c CHICKENS TURKEYS Don't wait and have Diseased Fowls from Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice. Mites, Fleas and Blue Bugs this Spring. Begin NOW to give STAR PARA- SITE REMOVER in t...

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

butallment take • look around you'd rather unpack flrst." "Before rve seen my own ranch? Never! I just want to get out some sensible shoes. 1*11 Join you In just a minute." He went, but with a backward SYNOPSIS after a cream. had been found in the sea at the foot a cliff, a girl calling herself ftK "shf hTs look, interested and not a little sight unseen, a ranch puzzled. He knew that the girls thirty miles away. Barry 0f his own generation did prac- her nearest neighbor and his man, reliable Petry procure a woman for her and in Bam's car, loaded down with supplies they start across the de- sert. In Marston her reticence has aroused suspicion. The glimpse was only a glimpse, passing as quickly as it had come. The car gave a Jolt of protest and slanted off obliquely from the road they had been following. She had wanted privacy and here it was. "Now," said her hast cheerfully. "we are aiming straight—more or less straight—for your ranch. The real road is back of us. This is just your s...

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

CLAUDE NEWS VOLUME 45. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1934. WANT AM at tmfy fc a wort trfQ "•H •omethim* for cash yon have about tfca plan or briaf jam aomathin* joa «t «-barrala. Try It ia Tha Qanda N«wa at only 2c par vari NUMBER 44. /-VA13N IS ^SJ-eEP- TrtK'e THAT L -4OPE 3+4E CDces/H T •isQueAL. - So THAT A*MR/ uNcue. EzfcA -we'i.u -Have TO &E.T laiu OP ^TMat -P/e- dp MAfSV Pig ovee To Mfc TAlTS He «4A«S A 73i£ FARM and WOULOL iK^e lAMoTHere ^ ^ rAR t 3WM& 3i Me.IT. sor^iaY *7o TioTT+etS -Vou ~ T3uT" fAA^ vje ewe. Voo A -P\G- 2 v/HAT 2 VJ^L.L , X Ui~ "VlST TiESIS. IA\ VjiTA <~W ^iss-TiuT /MAre-/ W/EUL-IM Vou Go: / <W atse ihi p-ore. a -suraPreise aviful. w+VeM T+tetf^iMD T4eV -A-Ave ) Y * MAti VJ-HeM S+te PiNDS -rteta. -pi<s is eoMe A Hew "feooM /zmm <^Are . v ^\<£>B5R3 0 K3 cS j HG\S/ ,MAiaV^QHT fie. am<s-rV- "Sot AH^hoW, Go overs -AMD SE.E 4oW &LOI3.lA >S GETDH& AL.OHCS- WITj4 MrerTAiT-^s oTHee. -Pi<ss. ~Some~4 .^UST...

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

n I onfederate Talks of By CAPTAIN GEO. W. STILL PdaUN. Tnu. A8 Told to DAN STORM HOT Mtdw St. Auttn, Tina. (Copyright. 19H by tb« Horn* Color ^rint Co.) APTAIN George W. Still of Pales- tine, Anderson county, Texas, age 93, is one of the oldest (if not the oldest) living Confederate veteran in East Texas. He left Alabama soon after the war ended between the States, settling in Anderson county, where he has resided 68 years, with the exception of 12 years in the old Confederate Home at Austin. At the age of 18 years Still joined the Confederacy, enlisting in the 9th Alabama Infantry. He served four years in the army and took part in the battles of Chickamauga, Spanish Fort, New Hope Church, Franklin, Resaca Georgia and Shiloh. "At the battle of Resaca Georgia," said Captain Still, "the Confederates kept three lines charging. The first line would charge a short distance and fall flat on the ground. Then the sec- ond line would charge over the first line, advancing on farther, and als...

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

f URRENT COMMENT Little Red Cradles ID you ever hear of Oliver Lafay- ette Dorman ? Well, he is worth hearing about. When he died the other day, at the age of 94, he was the oldest resident of Hickory county, Missouri. His wife died twelve years ago and left him a lonely old man. For weeks he grieved and lamented that he had not died when his wife died. His work was done, he said. There was no further use of living. Life was over for him, nothing to do, no use to any one. But one day a change came over Dorman. His little granddaughter came to him with her dolly and said: "Grand- pa, won't you make a little red cradle for my dolly?" Light came into the old man's eyes. Were it possible that he could be of service to any one ? He was apt with his saw and knife, in 24 hours had turned out a doll cradle and was painting it red. There were other grandchildren — twenty-one of them girls. They all wanted red cradles for their dollies. The old man got busy. He had a job and it was a job wort...

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

■pi ■ t WARNING i who will have children enter- this fall are being advised to vaccinated during summer smallpox. There were 864 cases ' smallpox reported in Texas last year. THIS COW NO SLACKER D. S. Todd of Thrall owns a Jersey cow that has done her part to help in- crease the bovine population of the State. She is only five years old, but has given birth to six calves, one at two years old, twins at the age of 3, then the fourth a year later, followed by twins a second time. MACHINE GUN LIMITS TARGET PRACTICE Machine gun target practice for mem- bers of the San Angelo police depart- ment is limited, since it costs $2.50 to fire the gun one minute. The sub-ma- chine gun was purchased to use against bank-robbers and other dangerous law- breakers. LETTER DELAYED SEVEN YEARS IN DELIVERY Attorney R. D. L. Killough of Vernon recently received a letter that was sev- en years and 13 days in reaching him after it had been mailed. The letter was postmarked, "Chicago, 7:30 p. m., May 10, 19...

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

FUN Jokes to Mafet You Laugh One of Read's Retorts r When the late Tom Reed was Speaker of the House of Representatives, ne was noted for sarcastic remarks which he made to members of the House and others. One day one of the dullest and least able members of the House was mak- ing a speech in which he was defending his course in a certain matter. > "Mr. Speaker," he said, "I am like Henry Clay; I would rather be right than be President!" "You will never be either," said Reed. A Wager Spoiled "Is this Schwartz, the butcher?" "Yes." "This is Mrs. Brown's residence. Will you please send up a thick steak by 11 o'clock?" "You bet your sweet life I will." "Do you know to whom you are speaking, sir?" "Sure. You are Jenny, Mrs. Brown's cook." "You are mistaken, sir. This is Mrs. Brown herself." Well, in that case, we'll call the bet off, madam." Two Halves Equal One Girl (at ticket window)—"We want one ticket to Springfield." Ticket Agent—"But there are two of you." Girl—"Well, we're hal...

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

_ . . • una mm Vaita* I1M. Ot rap«ty SM.IMM. R. 7M laMixt MM 8pnna*. Art I AUU* Mutua Count, I rm utaa *M hllth «n Arwa. II par waek. Vlr«m mil WoMtartid oil pru>p«ct iM liml sot drilliaa. Lmutt Bail tin, 60* Wm\ BW . do—toa. Inn. $1 UURM, *> — Larx* garden tracu MtttH S milw from Uoiutoa City Hail. 11*0. A m ckal. A Vorkuta miD > opportunity. Writ* P. 0. Box il'JH, Hum- ton, Trzki. ThaaS repoaaoud Farm* and Ranches, small and l«rge, several nor San An- tonio, am autnoriied sell cheap, futn cash, balance ZO years. B'/o interest, amui liga- tion plan. Albert Jones, J lie hi, Bi'lg., San Aiuonio, lexas. SSSXK At FINE ALL-YEAR HOME On crest of scenic Ozark* in Northwest Arkansas, 8 mile* from Hog*;rs. Un hign blulis in unusual u?ttms. Home for man of mean* and taste, liig iwu-story, eignt- roem, Duicn Colonial iu^ liouae, ail in- closed and remodeled inside and out. Beautiful 10-acrc pine and oak grounds. Overlooks miles of river vaUey 400 iett below. This uome with all or par...

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

X • w Awn PORT WORTH, TKXA8 Vllto w lav Mtiaita. Tmti m4 Tarpaulin* WABDB OC WILL CCC WORKERS SEEK EDUCATION Upwards of 5,000 CCC members in the 129 camps in the Eighth Corps Area, of which Fort Sam Houston at San Antonio is headquarters, are seeking a better educa- tion, according to a report from the office of L. W. Rod- gers, the educational adviser for that area. More than 100 subjects are taught the men by 299 instructors, including official and technical person- nel of the camps. The sub- jects range from music to public speaking, from mixing dough to handling high ex- plosives, and from mining to aviation. Most of the CCC members are taking elemen- tary and high school courses to supplement their early schooling. One report showed that 772 men in the corps area camps are taking college work. Members of some camps are able to attend classes at nearby schools through arrangements made by the CCC officials with school authorities. Mow art ftvw « nor* varied MtetkM of food than a...

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

tea i)11U R SHIN UNDER SKIN yvniNKt I s s i \ u I MBS. GEORGE MASON, JR., firm h«r ezquidu •Ub Foad'a Two>Sida et9«> The Answer lies in the Strange Fact that every Human Being has TWO SKINS DO YOU KNOW that wrinkles Start in your Under Skin be- fore they show in your Outer Skin? When the tiny glands in your Under Skin fail to pour out necessarf beau- ty oils, this skin shrinks. The Outer Skin must then form folds and creases to fit the Under Skin. V*e Oil Cream for the Under Skin- To check these wrinkles you must use an oil cream that sinks way town. Pond's Cold Cream does this. It cleanses thoroughly and brings the Starving tissues just the oils they need. Lines and creases smooth out magi- cally. The Outer Skin needs a Gre<uele*s Cream--This skin is very different. It contains active moisture cells to counteract dryness. Exposure extracts this moisture, then dryness and coarseness result. Pond's Vanishing Cream contains a wonderful substance which checks this loss of mois...

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

m mmm MM NEWS yw Mi at i ■t «lr t CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 19M. I .« I SI I I i Barbecue Get- ting Under Way The OLD SETTLERS BARBE- CUE to be held July 37th. In con- nection with the AMERICAN LEOION RODEO is shaping up very nicely, and It Is expected that there will 'be a big attendance. Some of the people have the idea that the barbecue is a part of tin Legion Program, but while the the barbecue is a drawing card for the- rodeo it is tv>ing sponsor- ed 111 honor of the OLD SET- TLERS and none of the funds To Persons On Armstrong Co. Relief Rolls: Upon instructions embraced in a Resolution passed by the Texas Relief Commission June 27, 1934. notice is hereby given to the effect that persons physically able to work who are offered employment at the prevailing wage scale in the locality wherein the work is to be preformed, and who re- fuses to accept without good cause, shall not lie furnished relief. The following instructions are issued to all citizens o...

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

fm 1 p If:, i , tf announcements ■ lie Claude News is authorized to'announce the following can- didates for the office. ^r wWch their names appear. Subject to the action of The Primary to be held July 28. ;=*===*«■ HALMOND K. STANFIELD For Judge of 41th Judicial District: HENRY S. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, E O. NORTHCUTT ni t tCtha ...... of intarMt. penalty and on . Una la an w lr Improper method of eoilicttaf or iTnti«i «ny payment of tana, and that hereafter the City of .Claude should at no time, nor under any circumstances, remit any of these charges, but that when once at- tached they should remain a part of the taxes and amount due and igainst the property upon which they were levied. (SEAL) THE CITY COUNCIL of the City of Claude, Tex. ATTEST: G. D. Caldwell, City Secretary. BY M. L. Hughlett, Mayor. 47-c :0: The past week has been quite wurm for the Panhandle. 98 to 100 degrees in these parts Is something unusual for this section of Tex- as. :0: The thermometer at the Par- mer's G...

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

" '■'ft&r. SaMsAs S5?! . Mr. W. W. tor County Judte, iMllMr box . of llf (tain* tttirmlinf ffhfffl •t Claud* 40 jwn ago at tha a|o 1 of 9S yaara, followlnt an atten- dance of ONLY nine months school prevknu, in other parts. tfr. Hood and his wife attended the sane school both graudatinf heae. After graudatlng from the Olaijde School, and attending the normal school, Mr. Hood taught school six years. Following this record, Mr. and Mrs. Hood grad- uated six children from the Claude High School. He was trustee of the Claude School several years and county trustee of schools for many years. To go into a class of small tots, be in their class and make good at the age of 25 years is no easy thing to do. This Mr. Hood did, attended normal school and taught six very suc- cessful school years following that record. Mr. Hood, pioneer settler of Armstrong Co., asks that youi give his name serious consider- ation before you cast your vote for County Judge of this county. :0: Greely Warner i...

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

iiVy- Otsn lovely birthday all other good thinf* Mrs. W Of Oroom. Mrs. N. 8. Mr. and Mrs. R. N the latter having ___ a school-mate of Mrs. James In Tarrant Co.. W. R. James and family. Berry James and family, W. E. James and Family of .Alan- read. Green Clark and family of Amartllo. Mrs. Hardy Harris and children. Virgil Poindexter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred James of Oroom. Miss Era ifay Bun. Messers Loren Bun and DAUGHTER'S The ladies of the Eastern 8tar met Monday. July 9th. with Annie Mcmtire and orgmnlxed a Study Club with Edna Oilbert acting as Chairman. The following officers were elect- ed: Verena Puckett—President. Annie Mclntire—Vice President. Alike Mae Johnsan—Secretary and Treasurer. Edith Ballard—Reporter. Jephthah's Daughters was select- ed as the Club name and the second and fourth Mondays at 3:30 our regular meeting day. The Jephthah'S Daughtres will meet with, Estelle Stewart. Monday. July *23rd. All Eastern Star mem- bers are urged to attend. it state of Texas...

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

>¥ "V i CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT*. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JOLT MHM4. . i „<« m ti j" ' ■ ' 11 M - Armstrong Co. Shipped Out 750,000 Bushels Grain Armstrong Co. Leads While Others Follow Over SIX HUNDRED CAR LOADS Of grain have been ship* ped out of Armstrong County this year, and there are several thousand bushels in the bins yet unsold. This means that the grain ship- ments from Armsrtong County is over three quarters of a million bushels, or about 750,000 bushels all told. Armstrong County leads —she always does—while others follow. While this will help in many ways, the farmers should have re- ceived a dollar a bushel for every bushel sold. That Is what our far- mer deserves and should have in the Good Year of Our Lord A. D. 1934. Many delinquent taxes will be paid and some, but not all, of our farmers will be able to get Bettie and the babies some new clothes and a new car and not live on half rations as of yore. -:0:- A Church Goer Wants To Hear Sermon at Nite The Claude News edit...

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

i.K I b ^7 * Swn" "T. S *" "'Ti announcements rue Claude News 1« authorized to announce the followin* ja " tat and' coats nQl 1 i vp until put or all of your City Urn may be p*id with out any these additional charges. B is the opinion of the City Council, and a resolution is being to the effect, that the re- mittance of interest, penalty and costs on taxes is an unfair and Improper method of collecting or inducing payment of taxes, and that hereafter the Cljty of Claude should at no time, nor under any | circumstances, remit any of these charges, but that when once at- tached they should remain a part of the taxes and amount due and i against the property upon which ,they were levied. ;tseal the city council of the City of Claude, Tex i ATTEST: G. D. Caldwell, City Secretary. BY M- L. Hughlett. Mayor. :0: I For one hundred years our fathers and ourselves have been to annoui.^ —- . . h fathers ana ourselves imvc uro iHdates for Uie office. u w! building the fine texture of olvlll the...

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

' •• - ' ■ ■ :l 4v: •mm "Main" MUST LINGER mSMmSiKm i r ■ ■ - jj§l D* Burn Of Uri w„ ta Otaude Tuesday on busfceM Little Marjorla . . , . ssfqu,tc % birth? p." m H Mttm not the occasion—toclal. k«uint*> home, or even the troflc event# of life—time does not erase MEMORY. Oar ntr"'"r obligation to you. a« your Funeral Utrector. U to create only pleasant MEMORY, Only service of beauty, dignity, sympathy and understanding may aohlfw this reward. We Invite you to join faith with hundreds of other families of this section who attest the fairness and economy of our com- plete one price Funerul Service. ■ A FEATURE OF OUR SERVICE IS MUSIC BY THE BEA- CON MALE QUARTET - WITHOUT EXTRA COST. Jean Clardy of Amarillo, is 4 spending the week with William Harris of Claude. Miss Fannie Willis of Arlington Texas is visiting her sister, Mrs. Cleve Bennett. . .. - T -K; --a ' m Miss Dorothy DeHart. of Claren- i don Ls spending a few days visit- {jing Miss Jean Mobley here. Miss Dorothy Raymond, of ...

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

and Pledge Myself to Support the Nominee of ThU P Primary STATU ot Mis County. W. Balk? Jr. of IMlas Co. Our a Fisher of San Augustine County. FOR STAR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER: J FOR COUNTY AND DISTRICT !CLERK: fCR GOVERNOR: Clint Small of Potter County. C. C. McDonald of Wichita Co. James V. Allred of Wichita Co. Tom F. Hunter of Wichita Co. Edgar Witt of McLennan Co. Edward K. Russell of Red River County Maury Hughes of Dallas Co. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: Walter F. Woodul of Harris Co. Ben F. Berkeley of Brewster Co. John Hornsby of Travis County. R. M. Johnson of Anderson Co. Joe Moore of Hunt County. J. P. Rogers of Harris County. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: Walter Woodward of Coleman County. William McCraw of Dallas Co. Clyde E. Smith of Tyler County. John Pundt of Dallas County. James L. McNess of Dallas Co. W. Gregory Hatcher of Dallas County. H. O. Johnson of Harris County. Lon A. Smith of Travis County. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT: James W. McClendon of Travis County. Jo...

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