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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

FARMS AND RANCHES TEXAS BEST FARM IN TEXAS—On Beaumont (O. &. T.) Highway. 15 miles from Hoim- ton. Very rich black sandy loam, well drained, 5-room house, barns, etc. Worth IIW.00 per acre, can be bought because ol past due incumbrance tor less than 1100.00. F. (i. LUDWIG. P. O. Box 1719. Houston. Texas. _ . THIRTY-litre irrigated truck farm, arte- sian well, fifteen minutes to market. Res- Mfent-e, burns, orchard. Sacrifice price. Wm. F. Schutz, 811 Navarro, San Antonio, Texas. SEE US if you want to buy or sell Ranches or Farms. We have some liar- guns. LEONARD A PHILLEY, Postofflce building, Bowie, Texas. 800 ACRES, 13 miles of Dallas, half of it a* eood land there is in Texas, $36.00 per acre. CLAUDE STEVENSON, S31 Wil- son, BldfC., Dallas, Texas. POULTRY AND EGGS CHICKS—Any btved, $8.80. Two weeks old, too. Mixed, $7.30, 100 prepaid, live delivery. BKKMERS HATCHERY, L Urange. Texas. _____ WRITE L. B. < OX if you want to buy, sell or trade residence or farm properties in ...

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

||L;S ^ FORf^VORTH COMPLETELY RENOVISED lnyit«8 You—Arlington Down* Ktceu—Date Oct. 25 to No*. 12. 200 ROOMS — R L. WM« . kii.ui>, — fl.00 UP —AUDITING AND ACCOUNTING- °t •"AUDIT mud* of your HOOKS ACCOUNTING made of youc ACCOUNTS T will do thi very reasonable. Address 2245 5th Avenue It. H. MORGAN . or fcn will do this work Fort Worth, Texas GREAT WALL OF CHINA China's Great Wall, which has marked her northren boundary for centuries, was frequently in the news the ^past two years as the Japanese ccupied its passes and drove le Chinese armies to the south. Constructed in 241 B. C. to keep out the barbaric invaders from the north, it is again, in fact, the northern limit of Chinese domination. While offering no great engineering difficulties, the Great Wall is the most am- bitious project ever attempt- ed, and Is said to be the only man-made structure that would be visible from Mars, should that planet's supposed inhabitants have telescopes that would reveal our earth. The wall wi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 November 1934

BE ALLURING! marg; STUTB blemishes Cream Now, almost overnight, you can have a gorgeous, flawless complexion—free from fre< kles, blackheads, pimples and blotches. Tonight at bedtime smooth cool, f -agrnnl j Nadinola Bleaching Cream on your fare and neck—no massaging, n« rubbing. While you sleep it gently clears and whit- ens dark, muddy skin. Day.by-day your complexion grows lovelier—creamy-white, satin-smooth, crystal-clear. No disappoint- ments, no long waiting for results. Tested and trusted for over a ueneraiton. Your money back if not delighted. At toilet counters, or by mail, postpaid, only 50c. NADINOLA, Box W-20, Paris. Tenn. cNadwdxi'BkacmngCream TEXAS RACE CROP ESTI MATED AT S8.000.000 The Texas rice crop—a big factor in the business pros- perity of 10 Texas Gulf Coast counties—is about harvested. The early prices ranged from $3.10 to $3.70 per barrel, and the total Texas crop is esti- mated to bring the growers nearly $8,000,000. The yield this year is about 15 barrel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 November 1934

."U'.n WW9m •" V l 'JWEEfr1 • • *V/.?A- 'W v i v" ,*•. . /; ,-••/ . ■-'■ > !g: • * Mr. BwIimm Man: Three per cent of fen gross Incotur should be act uldt foi newspaper advertising every year. Try li In The New« and watch your business (few by leapt and bonndi. NEWS ■ "®a Want .UTerttetnc at Mir t saMa a word will soil mmmIUii far mA fW bare a boat tba place or brlatrniMl thing yon need at a bar fate. Iky > In The Newi at only I coata a rrr * V VOLUME 46. CLAUDE ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 9, 1934. NUMBEE U. Armistice Day Program Is Interestingly Observed By Develop- ment Club on Thurs., Nov. 1 A very Interesting Armistice program was observed at the meeting of Thursday. Nov. 1. Mrs. H. D. Robison, leader presented the following numbers: Song—"America The Beautiful" —Club, The Beginning of the War—Mrs. Hunt, "In Flanders' Field"—Mrs. Bud Bagwell, "America's Reply"—Mrs. Lllla Bell McClure, The End of the War—Mrs. Arch Watson, Special Music—Mrs. Nave and Mrs. Kerrick, A...

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

ECONOMY ... ■ — TT- | I LI ,] FTTBblBHED BVIRY FRIDAY — '■ 1^"*—1 11 Subscription llat* |B Anniironc County, year $1.50 Sutalde the County. year <2.80 PRESS wloaa and the work of I religious education will have a I place on the program. "Christ Mr. J. J. Justlss, of Goodnight, j Transforms Men and • Nations", is mi called. Saturday to re-new his the theme of the convention and ' vSi u « subscription Jto .the. Claude JJews, futures of the_day will center 1 Clan Man Matter. elg0 that ^ hls star-Telegram for about this idea, in United "States I another year. Mr. Justlss has the and Canada. Last year the atten- light idea about taxing notes on dance reached more than fifty mortgaged property* or TOiy kind.-thousands-and -we-hope it will- far Mr. Justlss suggest that when any eXceed that number this year. So man has purchased land and owes jrts go and help to make up the a balance of three fourths on said attendance and at the same time ' lnnd that the one holding the iearn more 0f th...

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

Willie >UU uun r tlUUUt UC owv. — - • ■ ^ >NE:THmn the g than Hp Tmiv yfiii criv^ his wife n Ten * least 01 wuysiue. 8* SECTION OF THE CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1934 sm ldj L j VICKN r iuii mm utwi "'I Ua j The Very Best « is me secret oi sale reuei iro J sluggish, constipated conililioi

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

The Red Cross In lion * HER HEART IS IN HER WORK Devoted Red Cross volun- teer makes braille books for blind readers. Thousands engage in this work for the Red Cross. RED CROSS NURSE PRO TECTS MOTHER'S HEALTH —These nurses annually visit thousands of ex- pectant mothers, in structing them in health measures. WHEN THERE IS SICKNESS IN THE HOME — Red Cross Home Hygiene arms sisters and mothers with vital knowledge with which to meet this emergency. WHAT THE RED CROSS DOES IN DISASTER—Gave relief in 86 disasters this year. Expended for this relief $1,673,300. FOR PUBLIC HEALTH—Employs 768 public health nurses. These nurses: Male a million visits to the sicl. Aid in health examinations of school children. In- struct in maternity cases to protect health of mother and baby. Teaches Home Hygiene and Care of the Sicl. Assists health authorities where epidemics occur. FOR VETERANS—Aids in problems of 250.000 Vtterans and their dependents. Provides recre*. tion for veterans in hospitals. Sust...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 November 1934

V Mull A YEAR for the Claude News for the next PEW DAYS This ap- plies on NEW 01 RE- NEWALS. Bring or T sepd in your subscrlp- £ tiorw while you can / save ONE-THIRD the £ regular price. And let A us order your FAVOR- £ ITE DAILY paper at J greatly reduced rates 5 your subscription AT ONCE before this big offer closes. £ WEAK AND SKINNY | MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. y new Vitamins of Cod Urwr £ Oil in iutelcu tablets. / Stvid b Old Si Chestnut said: "On my wedding \ day I was so rattled I gave my bride a ten dollar bill, and tried to kiss the PREACHER." No doubt he has steadied down since then. He may still give his wife a Ten occasionally, but we'll bet he hasn't tried to kiss the preacher in years. Si and his wife now have accounts at our Bank. ^ So does the preacher. So do all other £ saving, careful people of this commun- ity. It is the safe way, the modern way. They pay by check. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Badgley, old time Claudeltes, came down from Amarillo to visit Claude friends and rel...

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

¥? ff $nn wwmmm 'w®'®./era! $'RIB§!iP^Jl IS i I S3" ' ' ——— AWi jar I.;.■ J r I '*%}'rWSB£& i ■;''■. *ymSi BU MA86AQ.LT £- SANGSTEZ «^jV" Fourth Instalment SYNOPSIS . . . Ellen Church, 1" *« * U« hi.«U hWMif aton* in t*e woiN with t*i «utt xuothet 'ft Im« miiihi ringo* ir. h«r ««•. t« •Mow li|htt ." Of th« worm *U Ilmcw little. AU her life the ha4 li «4 U.w with her mo the: ii. ac «M browu h«u#« in * mm 11 rural c«i uiutilt*. All her Uie, ft rat at a new tab*, thai. ■ bubbling child, then a charming *«un* *itl . . • •>>* h*ri y«aed tor hei talented mMk«r whv Mild her ma«a- ilt.c t'OVM painting through an art ig«ni in the 4j,v . . Hi* Church'* broken life . . (he uiii'aithful huaband, in uiaappe .ance . . «u«l •iter wpntpen yrara of alienee aiM« uncrnte \t « f Kii death wa> it l*at dlatloaed t Klien l h* new) of the hutband't <ieaih killed Mra. Church Ellen, atone, turned w the only contact the knew, the art agent in New York P' aing, *e ia t.! poling, * * her i.nl* t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 November 1934

':W V.' " §«w3i: CLAUDE NEWS |4 II * s 7 4 f illips Petroleum Co. Located in Amarillo, Box 6G5—is a valuable community asset. This company suppiles u large territory and has come to be known in this and adjacent counties as one of the foremost oil companies in this section, and by reason of their •atisfactory service are rupidly ex- panding and well merit their in- creasing patronage. Having sound financial backing they were enabled to equip their business with all the necessary mod ern conveniences for serving Ihe public. They maintain a fleet of large mo tor tank trucks which daily cover the territory on schedule time mak ing deliveries to both large and small dealers. The management is composed of men of broad experience in lubrica tion and knows oil business from A to Z. You can rely on what they tell you about the oils or greases best suited to your particular need whether for auto, truck, tractor ma chine shop or factory. Take your lubrication troubles to them and they will be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 November 1934

vi- , A'' ' XPMHBfi *"*• ' vi&,wtA*nflsflBSi FRANKLIN BLACKLEG SERUM CO. CLAUDE NEWS in Amarillo at 310 Pulk a twentieth century in- under the able direction of i Hffco have always had at heart beat interests of the commun- "tty in which their valued enterprise ii located and one of the firms that keep* the wheels of progress turn in* in this section. This is one of our most flourish- in* industries and is fully worthy of more than passing notice at our hands, for not only is it one of the leading concerns engaged in its especial field of endeavor in the country, but its products have gain ed a wide reputation for general excellence and are considered a standard product among the trade in the country over. It may be of interest to know that the idea of this enterprise or- iginated in the resourceful minds of energetic business men. With a restless ambition, a broad vision of the future of the industry of the country, they turned their trained and creative minds to the produc- ti...

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

IK V The Star Machine Co. and Cres- j gray iifln and bronze. Gray iron cent Foundry, located In Amarillo from a few pounds to five tons. at 13th Avenue and Lincoln Street is equipped to produce the most ex- pert workmanship known to mach- ine shop practice. A large force of skilled machinists of many years experience is at the service of the industrial plant of any size. Skilled mechanics are at once dispatched to handle any problem that may arise from defective plant equip- ment. They also have a complete foundry, cast aluminum, brass, 1 ( I i 4 f. r. ! I I Machinery of any kind for fac- tory or mill is overhauled, repaired or adjusted by a corps of skilled machinists specially trained to meet the demands of service of such a wide scope. Every facility is at hand for machining any class of mechanical equipment, parts and tools. Courteous and efficient service have been the foundation on which the enviable reputation of the Star Machine Co. and Crescent Foundry has been built. Promp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 November 1934

' (i#JK immmm&mm&aaBBKms Pffli .Sfrw'"' ■Sm.t j%*%0kz L HI .--2% ■■ W."'1. : .*■ ^ „«,sr 1SS 'an Handle it f the direotion of experienc- i in Amarillo in the Pan Han- dle Building, is a lumber concern with an enviable record of years in business in this line and is a con- cern which has built u reputation as one of the leaders in this part of the country in quality, prices and service, is under personal supervi- sion of lumbermen of wide experi- ence. One of the essentia] features of any house, store or other structure is that it will stand the wear of years. The same is true of the reputation of any business firm and that is why this concern enjoys an ever increasing volume of business and popularity. On account of tremendous buying power this local concern is able to enter the world's largest market and secure vast quantities at prices so low that they offer the local pub lie astounding values in lumber and building supplies of every descrip- tion. The people of this terri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 November 1934

Ir iTiIM M -M>*- *s .'. . -iU.f i ■ *mt Writ® CLAUDE NEWS , ®8H£0 Advertisements — Every article on this page is * paid advertisement C arbonic Hydrotherapy Bath , i : 1 V V 7 > 4 -j r ■ Located in Amarillo at 111 East Bth Avenue—Without health all the other gifts of life are worthless. Human nature seems to be so con- structed that we mortals do not realize the truth of this statement until it is too late. Health is one of those things—like a good wife —not appreciated until it is gone, And when Charles Kingsley said that Cleanliness is next to Godli- ness he knew that cleanliness was worth while fqr more than cleanli- ness inself. And modern science has proved the truth of his state ment. The special scientific baths ha/e properties which steamed through the pores, eliminate all the poisons causing such diseases as rheuma- tism, neuritis, stiffening of joints and other ailments. What is this new health science? It is nature's own way discovered by men and women, who lost fai...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 November 1934

' CLAUDE NEWS .-mm ■ "■ ati — Every article on thl« page U a p ld admtl —«t Storey Plumbing Co. C. Stony Plumbing Co. loca- Mpktt 8. Cuyler St. in Pampa, ttrnks high among the leading heat- ing and sanitary engineers of this Metion. He brings all tools with him, thus eliminating the losu of timp taken by many similar firms. The problems of every city of how to meet the needs of the popu latlon with proper water, and sew- erage systems is on a smaller scale the problems of every home. Cities employ their expert ngineers whose business it is to study continually the needs and changing needs of that municipality. The people of this community may have just as careful attention to the plumbing systems in their homes, just as careful a solving of their water, heat and sewage problems by hav- ing their plumbing work taken care of by these well known sanitary engineers. He has spent his efforts in study ing the plumbing problems of ;*!1 types of homes and will be glad to solve your plumbing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 November 1934

1 IK I "v r _ >V;!' Mr. Bnilnea* Man: Three per eeni of roar iron Income should be set aside foi newspaper advertising every year. Try It In The News and watch your business graw by leaps and bounds. SM mm NEWS |g|| Waal word wlH soil a—othlay far eaak ftm hare about the plaee or brt^yoMOOMO thing you need at a bargain. Try H in The News at only 2 cento a volume 48. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 16, 1934. nu: J. L. Pafford Proves Effic- ient Matador Old Mexico is not the only place that cun boast of their big Bull Fighters. Mr. J. L. Pafford, County Comissioner elect for 1935-36, very diligently proved that last Friday when he encountered one of Erl Robison's coming two-year-old bulls and was forced to fight to a finish. American Le- gions Banquet Great Success The former service men met, at the Caprock Hotel Saturday night, Nov. 10th Soup-Call was sound- ed by a bugler, then every man for himself. After a splendid meal was consumed, J. E. Johnson, comman-, der of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 November 1934

New Htupwunn A «N M Offtet at Claude 01m> Mall Matter ■VERY FRIDAY ^ppp «plws Mbaeriptlan Eat* j County, year— 1M the County, year— 1280 association . >mm« H—f Tt**V THKNTONt N, J. . . . Edward J. 1!,.,||v (above), noted criminal lawMT of Brooklyn, N. ^ •, has been my wnWtk>tt fa* ■mi ev«ry «tri In Twtta—Wylle Parker. ^ Pleasant newi from Florida an- nounces passage, two to one of a sensible, humane bill. "The five thousand dollar homestead exemp- tion amendment has been adopted by more than two to one vote. The large financial Interest of the State opposed it. The press was : n|most unanimously against it. 1 a constitutional amendment ex- empting moving picture enterprises from nil taxes and assessments for 15 years was also adopted. It s pleasing to have had a hand In making it possible for Americans, in one State at least to sny: I ! own a roof and a piece of and 1 that tax gatherers can not take away from me or my chlldten. .O: A BIG OYSTER supper will be served at Onpr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 November 1934

hwssies Shudders at "Death" - ppl bfmiSUB ftp; M/W 7W mm '• ...... . ■ . ' . mm—mm ■■■ A Friendly Bank * V u r CLE\ EN" I) , , t jQg Bade (above), 17-year-old youth accused of murdering a woman shop keeper iR in a hold-up a few weeks ago, now 5 shudders every time attorneys in 2 the trial mention '' death" or 'n '1 electric chair." j £ 1 We want you to know that ours is a FRIENDLY Bank. Not only friendly, but RELIABLE. We sincerely desire your good will, your confidence. One proof that we have in a measure such confidence is that we are still in business. That couldn't have happened' if we had not dealt fairly with the peo- ple. We strive always to give the best possible service consistent with sound banking principles Aim Goes td Harvard Want, To Sell Buy | Or Exchange L_ The First National Bank of Claude Established 1904 CAMBRIDGE . Ann Burlui- (abore), a fiery textile labor oratu was invited to leave the sidewalk of New York long enough to addre.- Ilurviy.t students, whose noisy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 November 1934

==-= ' • « Mabsaret £. Sangstez i' v*t Fifth Instalment SYN0N1S . . . Ellen Ckurck, 17 yMrt ©14, tod* herMli tleuc In th« world with h#r iti t wotUr't Jui w rnlii« rinfiiMt lu tier mi, to "lo?i lifhtlv." Of the world the knew lUtic. All her life h« had Mva4 *Iom wlih hor mother in in «U brown houK in a •moll iur*l community. All her life, 6rtt at a new bab*, tbeii a bubbling child, then a charminf youn* gnl . . . the had posed for her talented mother who old bet maga- zine cotrer fainting through an art agent in the city . . Mis. C'huxch'i broken lite . . . the unfaithful t.uatianJ, hia diaappearance . . . and after aeventeen ear of atlence announcement of hit death aa at laat diacioked to Kllen. The hews ot the hutband'a aeath killed Mr>. Church. . . . Ellen, aloue, turned to the only contact the knew, the art ageut iu Sew York. Poaing, years of posing, waa hei only talent su she was intro- duced to two leading artists, Dick Alien and bandy Macintosh, both used her as a model an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 November 1934

% tf. . I • ' ' Mr. BuflneM Man: Three per cent of yum rross incogie should be let aside foi newspaper advertising every year. Try It In The News and watch your business grow by leaps and bonnds. CLAUDE NEWS t • ?i:i . Want Advertising at only t .rnu word will sell somethinf for eaak yet' hare about the place or bring yon sosoe thing you need at a bargain. Try U in The News at only 2 ••enU a VOLUME 40. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 23, 1934 Instructions to All County Ad- ministrators Several counties have asked for instructions concerning the manner in which to handle the relief fam- ily which allows a part of its re- lief grant to be expended for al- coholic liquors. Each case must be handled on its cwn Individual merits and then only upon personal investigation by the Case Supervisor or the Re- lief Administrator. In instances where either the County Administrator or the Case Work Supervisor has first-hand personal knowledge that the head of the relief family is ex...

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