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

' ifw? i1 ' -'""r m. m Sixteenth Installment The matter dwindled to it whisper. Nancy lay quiet again. Barry .tent a miserable (lance at Martha "Don't worry. I've nuried tick folki before. You go >et what you can do for that man. He'.< hurt bad." His jaw tightened, but lie went. The outer ruoni w* quiet. Ken- nedy's eyes were closed, but he opened them as Harry entered. "Anything m-ire than the leu?" lie asked curtly. "A rili ur two. maybe, handed on a rock. 1 lorse stumbled and threw me." "I've sent for a doctor, but yon may have to wait several hours." "I'll stick it. Might have been -Mill nn the rock - it it hadn't been tor Nancy.... I could do with a cigarette." Harry gave liim one, and held the ■natch. "Thanks. That'll help." "Anything else?" "No. The old girl fixed nw up pretty Added to that was the fact that she was linding it ditKcult to get away. There were two cars now but they where always in use. And the saddle horses had been turned out somewhere. Cleo saw the new...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 October 1934

*■ m Mr. Wm ■ineaa Man: Three per cant at yaw p eta Income should he set aside fot nan rapaper advertising erery year. Trjr it is The News and watch your craw by leaps and bauds. wmM ■ CLAUDE NEWS —-— km >■■> the pliw m Mfm ■t i in The Nt«i H «l| t i VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT*. TEXAS, FRIDAY OCT. 19, 1934. NUMMB 1. Three Arm- strong Co. Boys Leave For CCC * > A T 4 October the loth, three Arm- strong County boys left for CCC. These boys were chosen out of families from Hit Relief Rolls and were between the ages of 18 and 25 years. They were sent to Am- arillo, Texas for their Instructions to depart for camp. Those who left were Lorin Bunn, Goodnight, Texas; John Vandlver, Washburn, Texas and W. H. James Jr., Claude, Texas. The quota for Armstrong County for several en- listments has been two for each enlistment and this was the quota for this period but as has always been the Instructions to send one additional boy In case one of the boys were not accepted, this ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 October 1934

l fMt OtOrn at Otevdt ~ ! ltail Matter IVIRT FRIDAY County, year . Um County, year— i A*rw*we *ep « ...11.50 ..JI80 MEt THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OK RANDALL Rv virtue of ail order of sale issued out of the fthT^ s'v'ct Court of Potter County. Texas, on October 9. 1934 on a judgment rendered in said Court on S^Pt- •>mber 4. 1934. in Cause No. 11138-A. styled W. H FDQUA v. R. B. GLENN. ET AL on the docket of said Court. I. R- N BARNETT, Sheriff of Randall Countv, Texas, did on the 9th dav of October. 1934. at a o clock P 'M lew upon the following des- cribed tracts of real estate, towit.. Section No. 3 in Block 8 I. &■ o N. Rv. Co. Survey in Ran- dall County. Texas, and Sec- tion No. 32 in Block b. I. A: G. N. Ry Co. Survey in Ran- dall and Armstrong Counties. and on the 6th day of November. A. D. 1934. same being the tirst Tuesday in said month, between the hours of 10 o'clock A M. and 4 o'clock P M. on said day. at the Court House Door of Randall County. Texas. I, as Sheriff ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 October 1934

PSS W* f V -i = Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange FOR SALE—50 bales ol Johnson) graas.—R. E. Blanton. 8-p ESTRAY—one sow pig, weight 80 pounds. Finder notify Chas. Cobb 1-t-p FOR SALE—Hogs, one sow, •leven pigs and 3lx good shoats, lMs mile west of Stone School— J. N. Vernon. i-t-p YOUR FRIENDS CAN BUY ANYTHING but your picture. Why not give them one portraying YOUR individuality.—Ilathorn. I Tooting Your Horn Carrier on Route No. 1. "The Religion of the Open Win- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Church and dow"- Text: "And Daniel prayed I daughter, Wanell, were visiting with three l'mes daily having his win- ■-.ys.wyy ys vvv v sssssw nwwwwww v WANTED—To lease good size lake for coming Duck Season. I j Will pay CASH, write me wliat you have, directions from town, j Box 3232. Amarlllo, Texas 8-p: When they pulled the young fellow out of the wreck after he ran his car into a freight train, the first thing he mumbled was: "I tooted my horn." It may be all right to toot your horn oc- | casionally, but it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 October 1934

i # 'SljgymBk hmhhi . "AdlM" until in meat the great I w once entirely « product I rider of the range eternal at the of the city." Ellen s hand, creeping Itlnal roundup, at the home corral 1 m fly MABGAUTt. SANGSTEZ First Instalment PROLOGUE * Ellen Church was posing for her mother. Posing — a slim, wistful figure—against the dying glury of the autumn garden. Her slender, seventeen-year-old arm were out- Hung to the gold and crimson of the falling leaves. Her mother said suddenly— "Get a little more limber, Ellen. You're tightening up Remember that you're the spirit oi youth, just now. and loveliness, and new dreams. Remember that you're a magazine lover! Remember that you're our bread and butter for next month. And perhaps.' her mother sighed, "for the month after, and the month after that!" Kllen flexed her stiffening fingers and dragged her eves away from thr land into which they had been peering. Ellen obediently let Iter sell go limp, inside as well as out- side. She wasn't sel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 October 1934

mm mi t.-- * V I ^ I i Mr. Dullness Man: Three per cent of your iron Income should be let aside foi newspaper advertising every jaar. Try It in The News and watch your business rrttw by leaps and bounds. NEWS Want Advertising at only t word will sell something for cash yw have about the place or bring yea hm thing you need at a bargain. Try it in The News at only 2 cent* a VOLUME 46. >- - CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNT*, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1934. NUMBCK I. Panhandle Panthers to Invade The Mustang Corral!! Mustangs Play First Conference Game Today. IN EVERY BUSINESS HOUSE CLAUDE WILL CLOSE Today, Friday, Oct. 26, at 3:00 p. m. sharp the scrapping Pan- thers of Panhandle High School will invade the Mustang Corral and match their wits with the Claude eleven for the Mustang's first Conference game of the sea- son. And what a game this is going to be. Panther; and Mas- tangs were never known to get along very good together ! The Mustang Corral is located at the Rodeo Grounds, West of Rad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 October 1934

, ; J. A D. M. Btantoo, lor numy « Claude barter, a brother to R. E. Blanton. w*s taken form Wellington, to the Veterans Hos- pital In Oklahoma about ten weeks "thUtajury while play. Ins football at Friona Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle's new house Is about ready for the stucco. It is to be completed soon. in uuanoin* ; Several are trying to sow wheat <iao to have his leg amputated since the rain but it is still wet. caused by trouble with said leg The rain came so nice that several the past many years. Mansel Is people couldnt sleep while it was back in Wellington, where he has falling. lived since leaving Claude. The The reporter revelvcd n copy of Doctors at the Veterans Hospital the Latevlew School paper Friday | a different treatment on his evening. I wish to compliment the leg, different to anything he had pUpn.<j and teachers In their ef- used before. His leg seems to be forts.—Reporter. healing nicely without having It amputated and Mnnsel believes he DaUas Morning News 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 October 1934

Hutchini Offered Post r Why We're Here Now U. S. Air Chief * V < y i Robert May- / nurd Hutchin* (above), president of £ Chicago University, has been offered / an important federal post, one re- £ I I being that of heading the NRA / labor board. £ I 1 m T'ASHINGTON'. Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange FOR SALIC—50 bales of Johnson / grass.—R. E. Blanton. 8-p Sound Banks, like sound houses, must be built upon strong FOUNDATIONS. It takes a good foundation and careful $ SUPERVISION to establish a Bank $ that will ENDURE. | A community is no stronger than its p. financial institutions. We have faithful- \ jy served this community for years. Ask g the people who have been our satisfied < customers all this time. We can do as S much for you. That's why we are here, j? Come in and let's get better acquainted. ^ The First National Bank of Claude Established 1904 WASHINGTON . . . Coioilei Charles.Danforth (above), is now in coniuiaud of virtually every aeriit'. combat unit of the U. 8. Air...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 October 1934

^T6t/ MAU5A&T £ SANGST££ Second Instalment SYNOrStS . . . "Pr U4*" . . . "Ix>« tfaMy.* Mi. Cfcarck Wined fasti;, and BOM vaadtrad why' Poaiun lor her tal- tMt4 awtltar. Im aa a new tab;. then a kaMNiaf child, tbcu a ckarainx roan* firl, Kllea had lived alwaya in a nake-believr laid ol baauty. Of th« autfide world her kawM(« waa nciftr. At 17 year* ol a«r. posiaa in I be garden, Ellen it laat is learn- in* tie story of ber oiotker't broken life, tke atoleu kiaa. marriaie—-tkan years of loMlineaa. waiting for tke kuaband to return Mrs. Ckurck is sow telling Ellen of the father ... GO ON WITH THE STOKV "Your father was away when 1 made my discovery. He'd been away for several weeks on some- thing that he called a 'big deal.' I was expecting him home the very night that I saw the doctor, and I planned to tell him all about you, at once. So I sat in the garden and waited for him, and watched for his train. And finally I saw it—the train that should have brought him to me—sweep acr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

Mr. Basinem Mm: Three per cent of roar grow income should be set aside foi newspaper advertising every year. Try It in The Newi and watch your business grew by leapt and bounds VOLUME 46 Armstrong Coun r- V CLAUDE NEWS Want Advertising at enly I word will sell somathlng fer etik fm have about the place er bring yeu mm thing yeu need at a bargain. Try M in The Newt at only I cent* a CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 2, 1934. Nl'MBEK . g Kitchen at Work Here *> f V Bring in Your Beeves, etc. (or Canning Now The Canning Kitchen is now In operation and ready to give dates for canning beeves, hogs, chickens, vegetables or what have you. See Mrs. Val Laycock at the Canning Kitchen for your appoint- ment. The Canning Kitchen Is located in the Smalley building. We need several dozen cup- towels, dish cloths and pot hold- ers. These may be made of flour sacks, big sugar sacks or yellow domestic. We would surely appreciate it if the clubs or individual women in the county and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

% gfRpHEfl?, 'M ' ,^#u® TisB* li&M SM •' News I WAOOOKSR, Htr-Ownr I at tiw Port Offlw at Claude ,11 Second Claw Mall Matter. HnUBRBD BVBKY FRIDAY ..Hi Sabacrlptlon Rate* In Armatronc County, year *150 3ut4de the County, year... $2.60 Fx rig. Mvmrtimmg RtminH*r« -MLM^can Highest Scaffolding PKES8 ASSOCIATION hm- Some daily papers. thru tele- graphic news, are scared to death, for fear President Roosevelt or the; Democratic National Committee will endorse the candidacy of Up- ton Sinclair. Democratic nominee for Governor of California, in hi; race for Governor. The National Committee and our President r.re silent on this question. Sinclair was formerly a Socialist but has reformed and is now a full fledg- ed Democrat, so why not indorse, his candidacy for Governor oi California? When the millions of Republican voters came over to the Democratic party and made Mr. Roosevelt's election UNANI- MOUS at the last general elec- tion, no one kicked, In fact Mr. Roosevelt invited them to ...

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

•• wKm (Hi f^"Wf5K''.-r'.V in:w5ili thrL- «:« ' > s > v t ^^'••■"V ■"!'• •^:' •.-•■' ',Y,"I$ ■ V '.'■'*y /"/..■■,■ % ■« '■' ,,• : ./ • .< s '■:■ jtv-vO-,); i?p/ sf >#% 1 *0 "" '• " .?.'*•'." "'• ' *'''•; 1! '.'*• " " $5* Ml.* ^ v.f ■Mk BRp* SAMPLE Ballot S| V . nl • '>,•. TrnffrMP''" •? DEMOCRATIC PARTY For United Stales Senator: TOM C. CONNALLY For Con press 18th District: MARVIN JONES For Governor: J i ** JAMES V. ALLRED For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER WOODUL For Attorney General: WILLIAM McCRAW For State Treasurer: CHARLEY LtJCKHART For State Comptroller of Public Accounts: OEORGE H. SHEPPARD For Railroad Commissioner: LON A. SMITH For Commissioner of Agriculture: j. e. Mcdonald For Commissioner of General Land Office: J. H. WALKER For Associate Justice of Supreme Court: JOHN H. SHARP For Chief Justice Court of Crim- inal Appeals: W, C. MORROW For State Superintendent of Pub- lic Instruction: L. A. WOODS For Associate Justice of Civil Ap- peals 7th Supreme Judicial...

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

Your Biggest Mistake ! You Hurt Your Business, Your Town And Your Home Paper WHEN You Fail To See The Efficiency Of ADVERTISING!! s,*:l I * I f Advertising is the sole foundation of any business. . . . When you cut down your advertising you cut down your business, your sales and your hopes of increasing those sales, . . .In this age people use every means of time saving devices possible, thus they do not poke around in the far corners of our city to find what they want but immediately go to the Newspapers which is more efficient and a real time saver. . . .You have to have your name constantly before the people to im- press on their minds just why you are here and what you have for them to select from. . . .It will keep more business at home, help develop your town and in- crease the value of your home paper, the most valu- able asset to any town or community. . . . Your Biggest Mistake is doing without the only and best means of increasing your business, your town and community, AD...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

4 .!.• V: , Hadn't Lost a Thing friends here will regret to hear of his going. Best College Taster NLY * > j; m • r A YEAR for the Claude y. News for the next p, FEW DAYS This up- £ plies on NEW or RE- A NEWALS. Bring or ^ send In your subscrlp tlons while you | can; g save ONE-THIRD the £ regular price. Anci let t us order your EAVOR-" £' ITE DAILY paper at / greatly reduced rates £ Mall in your stiDicripiion AT / ONCE before this big offel closes £ j The Teacher asked Tommy: "If I gave you three apples and you ate one, how many would you have left?" Tommy replied: "THREE two outside and one inside." First U. S. Archivist -'f") Ncel Waggoner sent the home- folks a letter by air mail, from J? Pasadenla, Cal. His letter left Fa- < sedenia at 5:30 p. m. and the 5 next morning at 11:35 the letter J arrived at Claude, about 17 hours g in coming to Claude, when by re- 5 gular .nail such letters are 48 to S Of. hours enroute. Noel has visited 8 Idaho, Oregon. Washington and 5 ended ...

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

■ ' • f ■, {i I Iff If Margaret £. Sahgstez «r — Third Instalment commonplace labels. Gay Yardon—the shorter one, with the angelic face framed in red hair. She was in demand ti«M?r ' Mr.: n,u,;ir^ta Hcr W E!l«n wouilereil why? l*o ing for her tal ented mother first «> n«w bahy. then a bubbling child, then a charming young kin. Ellen had lived always in * make-believe land of beauty. Of the outtide world her tnowledKe was meager . . . While posing ,\i the Kurden one day, Kllen now 17 learns from her mother the story of the broken life. The chance meeting, tl«r siolen kis*. marriage . . . then vean of lonelitte*-. As (he mother waited for hei husband, to >liare with him the >ecret of Kllen'* tomiiiK. 1 message came, haying he would never le turn. So through the years I'.llen and ,pi mother lived alone. A few v\rrk-. attei It-.<t(ling the tory «>f the inuthet s broken lite . . . another message anive.- . . . tragedy, telling of the fatlterS tlraili. 1 he hoi'k killed Mrs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

M j£^£jLl- ' - , ' , iffigi ®/r/ v,v isi ' ::!!«ii;: t'&fel 9 ■yHMaflK$&-. ,_JHHPBB "AGAZINE SECTION ftMfw-y.<*#■-: fsppfp- ■ .... j immmi •si' I f lit. irnriT"' Mui Thraa P «Mrt af ftmr knm Immu alw«M b Mt aaMa far mnw« adtarttaing «*ary 7Mr. Try tt ad jronr bnnlaeu will by lMf> <uU VOLUME 46. CLAUDE NEWS WANT AM al 1> a ml vfl mUaaaMtUaf far «aak fmm tin rtial tka plaea ar Ma W ■—rtHag n« mmi- at a barfi Al Try tt la 11a Qu4t Mm at ■aly «■ pmwm*. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1934. NUMBER 9. ■mm £$&$#! m 9 it LI6TEN -fc -M- r5ieiH Tm. Reg U. a. Pat Of! ® 1934 by United Feature Syndicate. Inc. trfr -AND THE. FA^MEfcL ) /MAVBE. CAN r FIND HEI£ - -N_r ( that s one of > mV cows - r can ( TMe e>l£-L-L / ^ X mV*vt WHE&E 5 SHE. ) *£ A-GTOIN" aniVWAV? TiMK'i-e * )l Y No- IT ISN r M£RS- 6HE Mas a bell. fe f cow -rtHK'LfE ■/, • >" ■. IF r K:EEP LOOyClAlG-, MAVBE. L <CAN F/ND THE cow THAT OWNS TFhS OH cow s, ^ <- - ■ III Duele...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

, 1M4. ttf (t* Hmm (MM Ftht Oo.) JOS. Swift of Fairtfiew, Texas, 83 years old, is one of the earliest pioneers In Southeast Texas. He was born in Henry county, Miss., December 28, 1852, immigrating when 8 years old with the Swift family to Fannin county, Texas. Three months later the family moved to Erath coun- ty, Texas, remaining there until mov- ing, in 1873, to Fairview, Wilson coun- ty, Texas. Mr. Swift married Miss Maggie Car- ver, of Fairview, March 12, 1874. She was just 15 years old on her wed- ding day. and of the 75 persons who attended the wedding, 60 years ago, but 5 survive. Mr. and Mrs. Swift's first home was a log cabin with no windows and one door. Mrs. Swift started keeping house with- out the conveniences of a modern house- keeper—no cooking stove, no kitchen utensils. All meals were cooked in a Dutch oven over coals of fire in front of a fireplace in winter. During sum- mer the Dutch oven was removed out- doors, where cooking was done in the open. About the only ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

tf I Bwfias mwm ftSi m ""•anlagivlng Day (GIVING DAY cornea this year November 29, and it is be- come the great festival wherein the people return thanks for mercies and blessings of the closing year. Practically it is the national har- vest festival, fixed by a proclamation of the President and Governors of all the States, ranking as a legal holiday. The date, always the last Thursday in November, is not necessarily the fourth Thursday, for this year Thanksgiving falls on the fifth Thursday. Its origin is somewhat obscure, but that Jt was first celebrated by the Pilgrim fathers, those old sturdy emigrants who landed at Plymouth Rock, there ^■Acan be no question. When 1 went to school, which was many moons ■ ago, we studied Goodrich's United ■ States History, which taught it was I m the third winter after they landed ■ that their crops had failed and starva- I T /r0n confronted the little Pilgrim band. I Many had died because of disease and I malnutrition and the survivors set a I d...

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

Mfl V** iii JES TEXAS RANGER EXHIBIT George B. Black, of Comanche, major of the Texas Ex-Rangers' Association, declare^ a Centennial celebration which does not commemorate the Texas ranger will not truly represent the spirit of Texas. Black will urge a Texas ranger exhibit that will reflect the true history of that band of fighters who made Texas safe for humanity. "The Texas rangers of the old days were the most picturesque fighting force ever known. They patroled a State as large as some countries and kept law and order in a land just being settled and beset by both Indians and outlaws," says Black. "Those old rang- ers carved for themselves a place in the glorious history of Texas and proper recognition should be given them in the celebration of the Centennial." FARM CENSUS FOR TEXAS The United States Census Bureau is to take a farm census of the entire country, starting as soon after the No- vember election as possible. In Texas the work is expected to employ about 1,400 persons...

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

V. ■m MONI OMRATOR. Mill Mtriia Ericktoa nyii "Cameli do frcthea up my energy hi « delightful way. And tilty r« the mildest cigarette I know, Of courae I smoke a lot I But Cameli never upset my nervei." * HOCKIT (UR. "Bill" Cook, Captain of the W. Y. Rangers, says: "A hockey player can't afford 10 have nerves. The way I guard my nerves and yet amokc all I want is ti> smoke only Cameli. Their uste lure bits the spot I" V WONDERS OF THE SEA Oceans occupy three-fourths of the earth's surface. At the depth of 3,500 feet waves are not felt. The temperature is the same, varying only a trifle, from the poles to the burning sun of the equator. A mile down the water has a presure of a ton on every square inch. If a box six feet deep were filled with sea wa- ter and allowed to evaporate, there would be two inches of salt left on the bottom of the box. Taking the average depth of the oceans of the world to be three miles, there would be a layer of salt 230 feet thick over the entire bed sho...

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