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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 July 1934

of tha eom- W« ate very tatty that Km ell had to be called away on aeeount of the death of hl« kfotkor. We had II present at Sunday We aif very proud of this We etoild have this many every Sunday if the people would come. We have as good a Super- intendent and teachers as you can find anywhere. Brother Rice preached for us Sunday evening. There is being a new place settled in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Posey have put up a new mill and moved a new house in. Mr. Frank Hess and Misses Theressa, Annie Mae, Josephine and Blanche Hess left last week for Mlnneral Wells to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. N. S. Bagwell visited In the home of Mrs. Chas Dye Sat- urday night and Sunday. Misa Louise McClure visited home folks over the week end. She 'left Monday evening for School again. Miss Maudle Brunson was home from Flemmlng Business College Sunday evening. Mr. P. L. Adams visited in Okla- homa the latter part of the week. Miss Adella Adams went with her father. A few people have s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 July 1934

M# I mm m w>. aae HURRY / % Xt *--1 y ■ \ TO PENNEY'S TO "SNAP" UP THESE BIG CLEARANCE BARGAINS ACThOW-When we say Clearance WfMFAN/T- Here's the truth the whole truth about this Big Quick J Selling Event! •] Every item in this ad has had a genuine price reduction for quick selling. Why? Because Penney's does not carry over seasonal mer- chandise; never allows odds and ends, or worn merchandise to accumulate. Penney's first quality surr '.U* ■ being cleared at prices which make it much to your advantage to buy now with lots of sum- mer still ahead. Clearance bargains are plainly maAf<f throughout the store. Many are not adver- tised. Come early because quantities of many, items are limited. HERE'S HOW WE CLEAR READY-TO-WEAR «7l Ter&fc. M live s Ofi Clearance Ladies'. Summer SHOES Entire stock of White Shoes. Also Special Close Out of Light Shades, Pumps, Straps and Oxfords. PAIR Lev E¥i 1 98 ,-oc Clearance of Good Quality LADIES' RAYON BLOOMERS A Great Value, each 19c ENTI...

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

ftWglg Try it la Tha Nm mi wm jw I.MOp. i i ill I i NEWS VOLUME «. CLAUDE, ABMSTRONQ COUNT*, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 19M.' I American Legion's 4th Annual Rodeo at Claude, Tex Vint The Amer- ican Legion's Rodeo To-Day The American Legions' Fourth Annual Rodeo, began yesterday at Claude and will close to-night. Yesterday was a big day in all the various entertainment:, pro- duced at the arena, half mile west of Claude. Something interesting every min- ute, beginning at 2:30 P. M. The programs handed out this morning will tell you all about what you may expect for to-day's performances. :0: MRS. R. N. RUTHERFORD ENTERTAINS Friday, July 13th, Mrs. R. N. Rutherford entertained several of her friends In her hospitable home south east of town. The guests arrived about 11:00 o'clock and after a bountiful and delicious dinner, served by Mrs. Maggie Wright and Miss Winnie Oano, daughter and grand daugh- ter of Mrs. Rutherford the guests and hostess enjoyed themselves by Farm Debt Mor- atorium...

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

m TTT*: PftlSI ANNOUNCEMENTS rx'he 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 123rd District: HALMOND K. STANFIELD For Judge of 41th Judicial Distrlet: henry s. bishop e. c. nelson, e o. northcutt For District Attorney. 47th Judl- dii'ial District: S. F. ROSE GRADY HAZLEWOOD n«y «t feat up wua Augwt let, any «r «D of your GKgr Turn be Mid with out ray of additional chart**. It to the opinion, -of the City 3ouncllvjmd a resolution to being lassed to the effect, that the re- mittance of interest, penalty and -wets on -taxes -is an- unfair and mproper method of collecting or nducing payment of taxes, and hat hereafter the City of Claude hould at no time, nor under any ^ftcumstances. remit any of these :harges, but that, when once at- ached they should remain a part >f the taxes and amount due and gainst the property upon w...

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

■path tUthom. N JRH Location, M Church.— you buy * car, see and tiw NEW PLYMOUTH, «. T. ttugfcfett. DeSoto—Plym«tfc OMkr. ^ 47-c Motheriv^-quickly relieve children UUIe accidents—scratches, bruses, With LUCKY TIGER ANTISEP- TIC- OINTMENT. At all Drug Stores. Up. CALL AT SHOE HOSPITAL All work guaranteed. 518 Taylor Street, Amarlllo, Texas. POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-e TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8% by 11 inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. The New Plymouth hydraulic brakes, floating power, individual wheel springs.—E. T. Hughlett, dealer, DeSoto—Plymouth. 47c Takes 6 Inches Off Hips and Bust THE SAFE WAY TO REDUCE ... "For 3 months I've used Krus- chen Salts—I've lost 45...

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

X..M at * c ri M t V jtjstfxSwL! i at tfa* law' town Mars- • Mk iXUnfor""SUse"«W ■UT}' Duaut. bar naaraat n.lftabor an* ol« man. Bom* Pattr proem * rallabia woman (or k*r and in Barry • ear, loadad down with aupplUi. th«y ■tart acroaa tha dOMrt. In Marston bar ratlcane* haa arouotd auaplcton. Barry's chair went back with rasp. "I'll be with you," he said briefly, and was clo e on Petry's heels as he went back to the cor- ral. It was the same corral where Comet had formerly been kept, and from which he had whickered a shrill welcome whenever Barry had approached. The sound came at that instant, as clear a* a bugle Ckll. "That's not Captain!" They exchanged a quick glance. There were only a dozen horses in the corral. Captain was there, close to a riderless horse. Without a word the two men examined him. Comet had come by « rough way. Saddle and stirrups, flossy hide and dainty hoofs, they missed nothing in their quick search for evidence. "The saddle is all right," said Barry present...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 August 1934

. fcV • • S& mmmrn- claude. armstrong county, texas, friday, ado. s, 1934. Claude WeD Entertained For 3 Days The people of Armstrong county were certainly well entertained hurt week. The 4th Annual Rodeo of the American Legion's was on Thuraday and Friday, and the attendance was best ever. We hear nothing but praise of the enter- tainment put over by Claude's American Legion at their Rodeo. 8chafnitt's big stock company shows entertained us each night under thier own large tent, under the auspices of the Fire Boys of Claude. They put on good shows, Thuraday, Friday and Saturday nights. Their laat night in Claude. Saturday night, they gave a double show, the closing of which was full of comedy and fun from stmt to finish. This Big Show put on without extra charge to those who bought tickets to the regular show Saturday was election day and everyone came in to hear the election returns Saturday night. The streets were crowded with automobiles and people coming in for the election....

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

QMWUfc. «#* !• V. & ^ for the — , - -kkmt has bMn the Mn of many -thitf] yptoe be offend In Otaode, and *oUoL piSr «f^ool offtolals feel that an excellent teacher- Has ' Been '••* announcements vhe Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates lor the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 38, 1934. I ffch tp thank you all for yon gave me In the for Far Representative 123rd DUtriet: HALMOND K. STANPIELD Far Ml* of 41th Judicial DiatrWt; HENRY S. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, •alley's 4; «ry nearly I to L Oonnally, If you isinember, w the one the News supported for tht United States Senate. There war no good reason why a young sprout like Joe Bailey, who had been In office less than two years in the Lower House of Congress should take the place of Toir Connally, who had held this placi but one term and was running for a SECOND TERM. There was SCADS OP MONEY put up or Mr. Bailey in his race for thf p. s. Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 August 1934

cor m'mm -■, ,4 k DAY ttrvloe on snapahot? to. Location, 3rd Baptist Church.— 80-e Before you buy a car. nee and drive the * NEW PLYMOUTH, T. Hughtett. DeSoto—Plymoath 47-c rip * Lottniri mil— wmt o4 Hedlay, Thw. Plrat eome lint aenred. 50-p Ym WM Be Sarpriaed at the LOW prices I am making on my line of Ladles, Men and Children's work and dress shoes. I am the authorized salesman for the Wear- O-Well shoes. See my stock at the city SHOE SHOP 52-c W. H. GILES, prop. iT i|-|ilftl - Personal Mothers—quickly relieve children little accidents—scratches, bruses, With LUCKY TIGER ANTISEP- TIC- OINTMENT. At all Drug Stores. Up. CALL AT SHOE HOSPITAL All work guaranteed. 518 Taylor Btreet, Amarlllo, Texas. DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, Ml Medical Arts Building Amarlllo, Texaa Mrs, Adeline Daano and son, of visited with her parents r. and Mrs. Will Grumke, durlnf Rodeo at Claude. i Prank Dunn came in Thursday itftemoon from a 3 weeks visit with relatives in Long Beach California. His youn...

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

'. r-* **'■ 1934 CHEVROLET 4b ■ It Ibe miles and you will never low priced ear. be satisfied with any "The World*# Lowest Price Six." "WELDING," "MACHINE SHOP" and "GENERAL REPAIRING." MUST LINGER Headquarters for J. I. CASE Ma-1 chines Parts and Service. NELSON CHEVROLET CO. Sixth Instalment SYNOPSIS , ^ Three wtek* after a cream colored roadster had been found wrecked in the 9*a at the foot of a cliff, a gu*l calling herself Anne Cuehing appears st the desert town Marston. „ She has bought, sight unseen, a ranch located thirty miles away. Barry Duane, her nearest neighbor and his man Boon* Petrv procure a reliable woman for her and in Barry's car, loaded down with supplies, they start across the j desert, in Marston her reticence has I oroused suspicion. Barry and Anne become more than neighbors, and when Anne is lost in tne hills and l rescued by Barry, each realises that rj ' *omcthiiig more than friendship exltti \ between ihetu. Are YOU HAPPY After Meals Or Do Gas on Stomach a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 August 1934

<:—,-r:" ™ r. :• JMMJ/.1 "fr ' I ■■■■glBiMt'' ' ' M| " " ". -Tg3!r"~ .-3« P w' sCTSPvf* . >« J • . « '«.• •.''■■** J* -.' ... •= • ■ . ■ *. • ■_ ' . • ■ .-■■ ■ ■ ■■:■ 1 -?.■., - * - ■ MAGAZINE SECTION , Hr. Bnataeea Hut Tkrea par cwt of jout graaa Income ahonld be Mt asid* for Mwspapw advertising every year. Try it and your bnsineaa will inereiM by leapa and bonnda. 1 CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at only 2e a word vfD sell something for cash yon hare about the place or bring yoa something yoa need at a bargain. Try it ia Tba Clandc News at only 2c per word. VOLUME 45. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1934. NUMBER 48. AW- DON T CT9.V — . v -w^vrcM jic:>h _T5 r G-UESS THe -tvmqk is THE ONLV cool. "Place I C. A s ■ST-"* wOjBj'g".,1. 'j _ £A how' - voij rie_ ALL happV HeA/M- Now , ATCH MP/ —aq-fejs t you ? C-A^/ U v-C & :p * \\ft ■■•**' . ' 2^- mw v,/ G-^uuV-+4e. s ctevlng AS-Ai N. thank Vou, little. e-iiei__Vo<j ^uee. DiQ c^eera. UP MV iM^y: UTtl£ eiGL-HoW IN ...

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

1 fa C( HI Nt FA Ml •s Na P* N • di G fc IM. W «• Mm* Mm Mat CM _ up," ordered the highway- as a stage coach came to a sodden stop near where is now situated the' town of Rowena, Runnels county, Texas. This hold-up was on the night of October 15, 1887, quoting W. J. Ellis in "Frontier Times." On this date Mr. Ellis was driver of the stage-coach team from San Angelo to Ballinger. Con- tinuing, Mr. Ellis says that the robber already had stopped the east-bound stage, taking $1,300.00 from its pas- sengers, and that these passengers were made to wait until the west-bound stage, driven by Mr. Ellis, came along, whereupon the highwayman also rob- bed its passengers of $450.00. After going through the mail the robber loped off, waving goodbye to passengers. United States marshals, who investigated the robbery, arrested a cowboy by the name of Jim Newsome because he had a $100.00 bill in his pos- session. One of the robbed passengers had a $100.00 bill, and because of this fact Newsome was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 August 1934

URRENT COMMENT 55 ?:v :y,f. By HOMER M. PRICE A Very Kind Letter 1INCE taking the place of that Prince of Writers, Mr. James l-fel Lowry, as editor of "Current Comment" in the Magazine Sec- tion, I have received quite a number of very kind letters in appreciation of my efforts. I especially was pleased to re- ceive this one: "Waco, Texas, May 31, 1934. Dear Mr. Price: Wish to ex- press to you my personal appreciation of your monthly contributions to the Magazine Section. With no intention to flatter, I think your "Current Com- ment" observations will compare favor- ably with the best editorial writings to- day in America's leading magazines. I wonder how many of your readers feel as I do about your writing but are too lazy to write you a few words of com- mendation? Have just read your June comments, that's why I am writing this letter. With best wishes and hoping you will continue to write on worth- while subjects, I am, yours cordially, \"JOE 3APPINGTON." * ♦ ♦ The World's Greates...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 August 1934

mz IN FREAK ACCIDENT & Junes of Denton almost lost ight of both eyes recently by a unusual accident. He attempted dry the spark plugs of his automo- bile with a piece of flaming paper when an explosion occurred, setting fire to the celluloid rims of his glasses. His left eye was badly burned. TEXAS PROFESSOR HONORED W. P. Webb, Ph. D., professor of his- tory at the University of Texas, has been employed to prepare a course in English for more than 2,000 employes of Dun and Bradstreet, credit and com- mercial report agency. Mr. Webb will resign from the summer school to map out the course. He is the author of a number of books about the history and pioneer life of Texas. CANDIDATES EXCEED AUDIENCE Cameron county candidates have about decided that voters should do the talking and candidates the listening. This, they hope, would increase the size of audiences. Forty candidates, who recently went to a rally in a community near Harlingen, had an audience of but six persons. It was th...

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

■1 mm '* *'■" «■* •■—,—-it. v .y BPf srasv& /*s LITTLE FUN %?££f __ Ptayinf ."No, rob," the old negro asserted, • melancholy shaking of his bald Mdar hain't no trustin' a 'possum, on a time, suh, I done watched de hole of a 'possum all night. At las', suh, de 'possUm he come out ob dat hole, an' what yoh t'ink de ole scallywog did? Well, suh, he done come out, an' when he done come out, he was a pole- cat!" Dog-Feast Stow A noted humorist once spent a few weeks with a tribe of Indians. On his return, he was asked concerning his ex- periences. One question was: "Did you ever taste any dog-feast stew?" "Yes," was the melancholy reply. "I tasted it twice—once when it went down, and once when it came up." The Little Girl's Report The little girl reported at home what she had learned at Sunday School con- cerning the creation of Adam and Eve: "The teacher told us how God made the first man and the first woman. He made the man first. But the man was very lonely with nobody to talk to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 August 1934

.• ks-;.,- J • • 4r £N$JI •*S - Sw4 ,. •-'•# § %h u >•$«;*. >••> ••'* ** I . U1 mU tor «M.M *«*. J. MARAE. Wat, If M srj - ft ci HI Wl f I ni it Nl Pi M • dj £ 3 we I 1 f COlUfOKTAhlX aodcra, 2-story. 9 lui« porcHca, Krteiicd, food con- — urt«itR well, garage* boat <d fruits and shrubbery, pe- mm over paid taxes, about 7 acres, bor- ders beautiful lake, opens into gulf and two rivers, good bunting, fishing, cool in summer, warm in winter. About best lo- cation in or around Pascasoula. If seen will be appreciated. Must sell. Less than half depression value. Box 126, Pasca- goula. Hiss. ARKANSAS NORTHWEST Ark. farm, fully equipped, to trade for farm in another state. Arnold Anderson, Willcockson, Ark. COf.OKADO NORTHWESTERN COLORADO stock and bay ranches also non-irrigated farms, your sise, price, terms. Write BOB LANK- FORD. Craig, Colorado. KILLS TREES fcO-KO iCillo Trees, town. Mis, Bo-Ko Co., Jones- DIXIE CHICKS—Mr* k ••Ml trapuM mm , bit. ititu, bMltfcjr ckKk. you tan...

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

1M - m? IMO- I In <M«d naliil mw • - n wmniimm a t<M k ■—■>«■ Ml HIuiihIII. ffffMHii DNWtar M OMLT t CnU • afta (u cMtfc ticluta . . . and far rawMttrla Uakata «aa4 hi altejwra. I Casta > aila far ana war tickcU |Nl In alaa «ra. 8l«* ar faraa rdntl anc-tbird. TRAVEL BY TRAIN FUR COMFORT —SAFETY—ECONOMY Writ. T. H. WILHELM. Gmril PaaMntar Acant, Fart Wartk, Taxaa. REVIVING tranila- -— COST OF STATE WARDS During the fiscal year just ended the State spent $3,788,- 541 for the care of its 18,654 wards in its 19 eleemosynary institutions, or an average of $222.54 for each ward. The employes number 2,511. Of the above sum, $511,4996 was spent for construction. Pa- tients in Galveston State psy- chopathic hospital cost $1,178 each during the year, the highest per capita c st in- curred at any institution. Wichita Falls State hospital treated its patients at the lowest per capita cost, $169. Each month there was an av- erage of 1,938 inmates. The next two institutions with low p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 August 1934

. aiVvfy ft * ! OUTER SKIN UNDER SKIN DRYNESS STARTS A HIN K LI S START lively MRS. HENRY FIELD, of Chicago, uiea Pond's Cold Cream for her Under Skin, Pond's Vanishing Cream for her Outer Skin. When Dryness bothers treat your OUTER SKIN YOU actually have two skins— an Under and an Outer Skin. When the glands in your Under Skin fail to pour out heauty oils this skin shrinks. Your Outer Skin folds into creases. Lines, wrinkles appear. An Oil Cream for your Under Skin. To prevent this you must use an oil cream that penetrates deep where the tiny glands are failing. Pond's Cold Cream does this—brings the Under Skin just the precious oils it craves. And because this cream sinks so deep it is a most efficient cleanser. Every particle of dirt is floated out of your pores. A Greaneless Cream for your Outer Skin. This skin must have entirely different care. Its tiny cells are robbed of their natural moisture by exposure. To check this loss try Pond's Vanishing Cream. This de- licious grease...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 August 1934

m T-j,-' <■*". NEWS * CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 1 ,* 1934. tfsa U . 1 ' - ■ •air v: Tins Year Big-- ger and Better AMARTTJA AUG., 10:—With awn feature attractions, including daily horse races, and larger pre- mium! than ever, all guaranteed, the Trl-State Fair this year, Sep- tember 16th • 22nd, easily will measure up to the old slogan— "bigger and better." Preparations have been made for record crowds to pass through the free gate each of the seven days. Besides horse racing with legal- ised wagering, there will be the Bam B. Dill circus with Tom Mix. the Western States Shows, a Car- nival company with sensational rides and other feature attractions. The Trl-State Pair is Just com- pleting a $30,000 building program .to accomodate the 1934 crowds. Back under the old management of Wilbur C. Hawk as president and O. L. "Ted" Taylor as sec- retary-manager, the Trl-State Pair this year is guaranteeing more than $15,000 in cash pre- miums. Catalogues containing al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 August 1934

"Be sure that your sins will find you out." is ft statement that is true and has always been true- And "The wages of sin is death, Is another statement that is true, Note the death of the noted ban- dit DUlinger, Bonny Parlcer and pal, in crime. :0: "To the world safe for Democracy". Did you ever hear that before? Yes. you have and when you consider that the world is MUCH WORSE OFF now than it was before FIVE MILLION lives were snuffed out on the field of battle. It makes your heart sad and sore. O: Big Business is Just learning a lesson that it has never known before, and that is if it must in business and make money it must first see that the farmer and small business institutions move along and make money. When the farmer makes nothing, all others must event- ually fall and fall. The farm must pay or the nation will fade from the earth. To live and let live and "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." is mighty wholesome doctrine. :0: It has been truthfully said that ...

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