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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 November 1934

News i WAOOONIR Mtr-Ownr Office at Claud* Mall Matter. PtPLBHED HVERY FRIDAY i| ■ ■ " Utaerlptton Kate* In Armitrong County, year $1.90 Jutalde tt e County, year W50 l Advwtiami Ri > - lN phlss association Corn-Husking Clump H Rooffvtlt it Southern Hotne of. Andrew Jackson | (Continued from Page One) PURCHASES Ml'ST BE DULY SIGNED FAIRMONT, Minn Ted Blako 'above), of Redwood Falls, Minn., it the new national eorn husking ihampion of the United States. Ho von the 19:54 title at the eleventh Annual Championship Meet just cou- ;lude<l here. who last week was transferred to Brownwood as presiding elder of that district. Rev. E. Gaston Foote. a former pastor of th< San Jacinto church In 'Amarillo, was reassigned to the Pnmpa pastorate. Rev. O. H. Bry- ant, formerly pastor of the East Tenth Street Methodist Church of Amarillo, was retained as pastor at Texline. Other appointments of special interest over the Panhandle were as follows: Borger, Rev. J. B. McReynolds; Cr.nycn, Rev. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 November 1934

She Didn't Understand -JSjS Quick Justice * 4 CHICAGO . . . Evading capture since June 1938, Murray Humph- ries (above), A1 Capone mobster, was seized, hauled into court, con- victed and sentenced all within- two hours. A $5,000 fine and 18 months in prison for tax evasion was Judge Woodward's sentence. BETTKR KEROSENE TEXACO Kerosene Is Refined from selected crudes and Its uni- form quality makes it an excellent fuel for stoves and lamps. It Rives a clear white light and will burn to the last chop without smoking or carbonizing your wicks. One trial will convince you as Texaco Kerosene is especially refined for stoves and lamps.—The Texas Co., Claude, Texas. R. C. Ballard, Agent Phone Day 222, Phone Night 220. 1-t-p. Speaking of her baby brother, the little girl said: "I guess he's going to be a musician. I heard Mamma say he played all afternoon on the LINOLEUM." Of course she didn't exactly under- stand. A lot of people get wrong impres- sions. Your banker is not a cold-blood- ed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 November 1934

11 JlPii fill Nil I'.- i ■/•S.iiiJ margaret £. sangstez Sixth Instalment . . KlUn Church, 17 rears old, ftn<i« henelf ilone In ih« world with htr artist m«the 's Iss: warning ringing l b«f ears, to "love lightly." Of the world she knaw Uttle. All her lifs she had lived slone with her mother in an old brown house In s unall rural community. Ail her life, li/st u s new b bv, thou s bubbling child, then a charming young girl ... she had yosed for her talented mother whu sold her nuga- xice ca er painting through sn art agent in the city . . Mrs. Church's broken liie . . . the unfaithful husband, his disappearance . . . and aitef «vent«en years of silence announcement of his death 11 at last diicloeed to Kllen. The news oi the husbaud's «l<ath killed Mrs. Church. . . Kllen, alone, turned to the only contact she knew, the art agent in New York. Posing, years of po*i.ttf, was her only talent so she was Intro- duced to two leading artists, Dick Alvtn and Sandy Macintosh. Hoth used he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 November 1934

Mr. Bualnen Man: Three per eent of your gron income should be *et aside (01 newspaper advertising every year. Try It In The New* and watch your business grow by leaps and bounds. mm. msm CL 4 NEWS — Want Adrerttataf at only t cento • word will sell something for cash yoa hare about the place or bring yea somo thing you need at a bargain. Try It in The News at only i cento a wort VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 30, 1934. NUMBER 13. )**■ ) J + ' Armstrong Co. Cotton Farmers Meet Saturday All cotton farmers are requested to attend a Bankhead meeting, Saturday, December 1st, 1:00 p. m. at Goodnight School Hou.se. Dis- cussions and Information pertain- ing to past and future of the Bankhead Act will be brought to the cotton farmers of this section. All cotton farmers are request- ed to attend a similar meeting at Claude Court House the same af- ternoon at 3.00 p. m. These meet Golden Wedding Honored at Con- way, Sunday Sunday, November 25th, 1934, between the hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 November 1934

t Put OfflM >t Claude I Claaa MaU Matter ■VERY FRIDAY k)* •■kacriptlMi lUtet County, year 11.50 the County, year tt 50 A*wni«« PRESS ASSOCIATION wnviHfWwyt Added to 0mm factors. Mr. Long says, Is the crucial problem of drunken • driving—with us during prohibition as well as now. While statistics so far available have not proved drunkenness to be the out- standing cause of accidents, many cities have reported substantiel in- creases in accidents involving per- sons who have been drinking. Lastly, Mr. Long believes that there has been a relaxing of law enforcement In many cities. Ap- propriations have been seriously reduced, many departments are It has been our privelege and pleasure to labor here during the past year. You have been grace- ously good and your many kind- nesses have endeared you to us, and we are happy in the service of the Kingdom, and we have a church schocl second to none In the Amarillo District and possibly , will rank with the best in the northwest Texas Confe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 November 1934

M&, r mH To Sell Buy Or Exchange •' m i KiH55i5 Mmm — ■■■■—————■ =5= She Didn't Understand It's Saturday Night for National Capitol [ •KKXK800HaaHM0tK XWt8atXK3( SHOE HOSPITAL for sho. re- pairing that satisfies. Call at 518 Taylor 8t., Amarillo. 14-c POSTED NOTICE This is to noi lfy the public that all the J. A. Pastures are posted a and hunting, trapping or fishing' £ is not permitted and all tresspass- f- ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON 2 HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-i ^ When in Amarillo ASK DR. IIYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES r \ fr~r I L. B. GODWIN Attorney-at-Law Paramount Building Amarillo, Texas DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST •17 FISK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMARILLO, - TEXAS i Speaking of her baby brother, the little girl said: "I guess he's going to be a musician. I heard Mamma say he played all afternoon on the LINOLEUM." Of course she didn't exactly under- stand. A lot of people get wrong impres- sions. Your banker is not a cold-blood- ed Shylock. He wants to be your j FRIE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 November 1934

BSsyfe'.. lie*a.' J At / 4 J MABGA&£T £. SANGSTEfl Seventh Instalment SYNOPSIS . . . Kiln Church, 17 r«ua oU, fini* htfMl/ y«ac In tht world with h«x iftUt ONHhtfi iMt warning ringing la h«r mui, to Mlove llghtlf." Of the world it* kmw Uttlo. Alt h«r lift oho hod Ured alone with her luothor in on o(4 brown house in a unol! rural community. All htr lift, hrtt m o now boby, then • bubbling child, then a charming young firl ... the hod t*«oc4 for her talented mother who told her uuga- aine cover pointing through an art agent in tho city . . Mrs. Church's broken life . . . the unfaithful huobou<l, hit disappearance . . . and after seventeen years of silence announcement of hie death aa at lost disclosed to Ellen. The news ot the hwtbend's death killed Mrs. Church. . . . Ellen, alone, turned to the only contact ahe knew, the ort agent in New York. Posing, yeorc of posing, was her only talent so she was intro- duced to two leading artists, Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Both used ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 December 1934

8 "•/.'.^•yy.' <'•■,,'v> f.-"h 4;/$$)( g. ®$bhp M/' # ■ t7 iw•' J') ! J ,„iuHS^^WlwwSrr^ '■.#?■ ■ :f-.;1.:. "Wi WW Mr. BuincM Hu: Ihm per mt of | row nw inoonM should be let wide Im newspaper advertUini every ;w. Try It In The New* and watch your I baelneae pew by leapt and bound*. CLAUDE NEWS Want AdrerUstng at enlr t word will aell (omethlnc for eaeh yea hare about the plaoe or brli^ yea (mm thine you need at a bargain. Try It VOLUME 46 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 7, 1934. NUMBER 14. War is Declared! Date Set for Fri. Dec. 14th t a y ■« / Y Outlaws vs: Outlaws in Big Grid Battle, 14 Judging Tests Won by Claude, McLean, Tulia THE NORTH TO INVADE THIS VICINITY TO BRING BACK DAYS OF YESTERYEAR Do you want to know how to do a thing? Well, ask an old- timer; or better go see the Old- Timer do It. And you will have Just such a chance, Frl., Dec. 14, Forthcoming Troubles of a Mule-Skinner by A. B. Chapin Pampa Dally News:—First plac- es were won by teams from Mc- ...

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

. WAOOOJnm. Bdtr-Ownr .Jktthe Voit Offlte at Claude ,M Sacond Class Mall Matter P® : ■VERY FRIDAY s:-.-. ■ ■ Subscription Rates IB Armstrong County, year >1.50 the County, year $3 50 M Fwlee AdrertUins R r wnielhfi J*HK AMEWCAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ME) In spite of the code, the Gov- ernment don't seem to love the i country print shop. When the Government goes Into business In the printing line, the country weekly goes out • of business.— Hlggins News. Right, you are! Only this week we learned that the Relief Admin- istration Boards all over Texas are having their envelopes (20 Lb. Hammermill Bond), printed for the under a New York Date line, which this edt' r believes is Just as wrong as wrong can be. In fact this editor honestly believes thai this quotation was bought and PAID FOR WITH CASH, paid by the MONEY GAMBLERS.. "New York:—Characterizing the agitation for the prepayment of the adjusted service compensation certificates as being intellectullay dishonest. Donald A. Hobart, Na...

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

■■ ■ \ 1 To Sell Buy Or Exchange 23 years In Amarillo. DR. HYDEN, Eyesight Specialist. lC-c FOR SALE One Richmond Piano, | In fair condition. Owner—Mrs. Irl Smith, Claude. Texas. __ The Wrong Road SEE KELLY, on the corner of Court House Square, for your Christmas Pecans, Fruits and Vegetables, all kinds, and buy cheaper. 16-p X EPILEPSY—EPILEPTICS! De- | i trolt lady finds complete relief for husband. Specialists home—abroad, failed. All letters answered. Mrs. Geo. Dempster, Apt. 12-25, G900 Lafayette Blvd. West, Detroit, 1 Mich. 1-t-p SHOE HOSPITAL for shoe re- ! pairing that satisfies. Call at 518 Taylor St., Amarillo. 14-c I -• Eyes examined without the use' of drugs at Dr. Hyden's, Am-! orlllo. 16-c The young couple just married, were so absorbed in each other that the groom handed the conductor the marriage cer- tificate instead of the tickets. The wise old conductor said: 'This is good for a long, weary jour- ney, young man, but not on this road." The thing to make the matrimo...

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

' ' WB'v'\ MABGAQET £■ SANGSTE& Eighth Instalment Maybe it would be better if you told me now. I'll kick them out, Claire and Sandy, if you like. I'll liave some dinner sent in for you, and you can get all calmed down." But Ellen was crying, now. "I've got to go," she sobbed, "I've got a date! "Is—" it was Sandy speaking; be- fore her tears some of his wrath had vanished, hut he still desired informa- tion—"Is the date with the same boy that you ditched me for. last night?" The time for evasion—some of it, at least—had passed. "Yes," sobbed Ellen. "Who," it was Dick now, "who is this insistent young man, child ?" Claire was Razing up at the ceiling. "He's tall," she said, "and God, how glum I And he has blue eyes and a SYNOPSIS . . . Ellen Church, 17 yetr old, And* kirteJf aIom In th« wo/Id with h«r artUt raothar'a Uat warning fluting In t0 ♦•lore lightly.M Of the world the kn«w lUtU. All har life iha had llv«d aloni with her mother In aa old brown houae in • email rural communi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 December 1934

<" i' ' y ' ' Pflllf ! PI CtiKlSTMAS ISSUE v'.mmmwnMM .jr. < :■'* ■ ■ %sc mm$ WfW^mm $W w « Vv, * , '. • •" • ' * Mr. BiMlMaa Man: Three par eent of roar groat Income should be act ••id* for newspaper advertising every joar. Try It and yonr business will tnereaae by lea pa and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS VOLUME 46. WANT ADS at only 2c . wori will sell something for cash yoa bare about the place or bring yoa something yon neod at • bargain. Try it m The CUode News at only 2c per word. J CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. L934. NUMBER i • It ri. E' 1 *•, s V f / t- M y.m r, 1 , I •• W did aing last 3ee, stiH ugh ling his : a a the hen rith had rlet iat- ■ars >n't d? .ots of ;lar !nt, ig- The tit- sly, art nie ro- ar. •ut. am ■u- to •a- is ir- e li- lts :ot t a .t *

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

* Sh % Vi BBBBBjgMfe AUSTIN CALLAN r Bttildlnc. HwiUm Tiim. UnrrtaM, rn«. kt «M Bmm Color Print Co.) IHE Christmas of 1862 wag a cheer- less Christmas to West Texans. Most of the able-bodied men were 1 away from home, serving in the Confederate army, and their women and children poorly protected from rov- ing Indians. The 46th Texas Cavalry, organized for safety of the Texas frontier, was made up of young men living out there from the Colorado river westward. Col. J. E. McCord, for many years a promi- nent and much-beloved citizen of Cole- man, Texas, commanded the 46th Cavalry. In December, 1862, he estab- lished a ranger camp at the foot of Santa Anna mountains, in Coleman county. Comanclies had been raiding in that vicinity and their trail led through a gap in these mountains. Among the men assigned to the ranger camp were Lieutenant John Sparks, later Governor of Nevada, Frank Alexander, John Guest, R. C. Morgan, and John Sinclair. They were experienced frontiersmen, accustomed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 December 1934

4# 3 iV 81 MX y< ItBit' Merry Christmas N THIS page last Christmas I ask- ed the readers to remember me when they started addressing their Christmas cards. The re- sponse made me very happy and I have now in my treasure box several hun- dreds of cards and letters that came in response to this request. Many wrote me kindly letters which made the Yuletide for me a very pleasant one. I renew the request this year and will thank s e n d ers of the greeting cards as well as those who have written me r a c i o u s mes- sages during the 'ear. In the words of Tiny Tim, I say: "God bless you all and every one." mm v/v :■'/>" .1 v - t/? ' l '".i &>•' : ' '• k' * ® •, | ' T. homer m. price The Best of All Christmas Stories And just here I would say that in my opinion no book ever written will give the true Christmas spirit, equal to Charles Dicken's Christmas Carol. I read it every Christmas and the char- acters of old Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim are as familiar to me as any o...

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

ti 'H 1 N<* X FARM STARTED of a dozen silver by H. H. Allard of Sterling City ~ • new industry for that section est Texas. Allard placed these on his ranch seven miles from Sterling City, and will raise the animals for their pelts. Silver fox is known as the royal fur. MULE JUMPS ON MINERAL WELLS MAN'S AUTO: DIES 7hile J. W. Fullbright of Mineral Wells was driving along Brushy creek, near Taylor on November 12, a mule jumped upon the hood of his fast mov- ing auto. The hood, windshield and mule were smashed; but Fullbright escaped injury. The mule died. OCTOBER COMMERCIAL FAILURES There were 19 commercial failures in Texas October, as against eight for September and 34 in October a year ago. Liabilities totaled $164,000 in October, compared with $3,193,000 in October last year, a decline of 95 per cent. In September liabilities were $27,000. BATTLE BETWEEN HAWK AND RATTLESNAKE Stories of battles between snakeB and hawks are not uncommon but Espy Mil- ler of Fort Davis recently wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 December 1934

*V' ,, w QjTV.' ■ ■pKC^ ® ,'• ' '* * ^ ^ 1 JfesBy®)?'L«. , fc'#® w I " *"'""''v:" . ■•■ ;•■'?■! rtnii .j-,; #WflS iH •'i, ' ;v£',' ■■• .'A. ■;■•' ':,'' £?$K|EI$ '.. '.i!''. :5sL . : - i ! - ••'■' ,AMH ' * t f. -" < •POITIWOMAN PHOT. arc the mildest cigarette I know," ay Mm. Teddy Kenyoo. "After a •trenuoui, tiring flighr, when I feel worn out, a Camel quickly mtores my energy. And each Camel renews the ust and enjoy meat of the hit one I" CHAMPION ICUlllR. Bin Miller, i timet ' National Single Sculls Champion, says: "It [ k Of custom to smoke t Camel after a race j --fnd with me, as with other smokers, Camels Bfildtly refresh me and revive my energy." Jokes to Make You Laugh It Costs No More to Live the Best Texas Hotel Baker Operated FORT WORTH. TEXAS TEXAS COUNTY HAS NO DOCTOR OR PREACHER King county, Texas, is right proud of the fact that it has no doctor and no un- l(kprtaker. It is not quite so 1 proud of the absence of both preacher and lawyer from its LUt of citizens. ' To...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 December 1934

I m I rmSm sn ft ik raoi "lo All lii All chil h+ tin. cltj •he y inti Sail bnfi Hei Ihri vsfc rol tr.« v*i>i lo«« <;o, in; Lit soi un lai no to to of let id Via to ret fig clc 44 L to, bu. ill- ) Di hlu Tb the to- th< the ccf cot ba« v.a kn CO! Tc Tc his 3 frc to chi tri« lot lat thi yot « •of 1 : boj >oi ,lth Fo the *or *or 1 mil to the in "U wa las I of let to «t>\ ««tr Ga; mei a,1f tO ! Cia wai be ft whe Tot con am Ho- face "i Ro date den me pho stop all me. yon' I) hair mov said yout plar 5:30 Chu FARMS AND RANCHES TEXAS BUST COLLEGE TOWN, two ad- joining homes, good revenue. Also auou-acre ranch, sheep propf fenced, extra well improved. $b.60 acre, very choice, sell separate. C. C. BOND, San Marcos, Haya County, Texas. FARM FOR SALE—160 acrcw. now in cul- livaton. ix uiiles west of Hobart, Okla- homa, practical!* all tillable. <40 per acre. A. MADISON, Del Bto, Texas. ONLY remaining large tract of virgin val- ley laud, close to highway, good towns* schools and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 December 1934

'm Finrt and only Wind Mill iade South ol the Mason and Dixon line. Christmas cornea but once a year, bring- ing gladness, good cheer and fellowship, but if you will buy an AX TELL EVER OILED WINDMILL you will have joy, happiness and prosperity for a lifetime. The EVER OILED runs on £ 'toiler bearings, swivels on J1 bearings, is self-oiled for to 8 years, owing to size (fill pump when others stand Our towers have wider spread at base, and are dou- ble braced, and all braces can be tightened. Would you think of spend- ing Christmas and New Year without plenty of good water 1 AXTELL COMPANY Fort Worth, To*. San Angelo, Tex. Lubbock, Tex. Amarillo, Tex THE WOMAN AT THE WELL The incident of the woman at the well strikingly illus- trates Jesus' disregard of the conventions and prejudices of His time, and shows the humanitarian side of His teaching. The encounter took place at the well of Jacob on a hot and dusty afternoon. -Jesus asked for a drink and the woman replied, according to St. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 December 1934

1 -.BaWi?P6Wi * i i! v .« « J i . '; cy 9/35 m brings NEW DESIRES May this New Year bring to you and yours, the where-with-all that will enable you to satisfy MB , _ (HP®*' •' —-- ■ HOME PROBLEMS V those desires. May we all enter into the ''better days" ahead with a spirit o! thanksgiving. Start the New Year right with a resolution to gWe your family and guwts the v' ' r<- COFFEES DUNCAN COFFEE COMPANY •A- $ovX'!k&m ^n^tiiutixnv INDIANA VILLAGE IS NAMED SANTA CLAUS There is a village in In- diana by the name of "Santa Claus." Some years ago some one] got the bright idea of send-i ing his Yuletide gifts and! greetings to the Santa Claus, Indiana, postmaster, asking him to remail them from the village. This was so the let- ters, cards and packages would bear the Santa Claus postmark. The practice spread so rap- idly that the little postoffice was swamped each Christmas time. Not only did the be- wildered postmaster have to call in everyone in the village to help handle the mail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 December 1934

rf... ■ , i,y . jSf'l') ji. . ' 0 -I '. '' . ;yj-cr.;H i k k Mr. Baataaas Man: Three par east ef yon grow income ihonld ba aat aside foi newspaper adrertiiinj every year. Try It In The Newt and watch your boilaeaa (raw by laapa and bound*. CLAUDE NEWS Want Advertising at only t eenta * word will aeli something (or caafc yaa hare about the place or bring yea aaaaa thine you need at a bargain. Try It In The Newi at only 2 centa a ward. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT*, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 1934 NUMBER 16. Another Old Pioneer Goes to His Reward MR. C. M. LUTTRELL May 20, 1859 December 13, 1934 We meet again to say farewell to another of our grand old Pio- neers. One who gave his life to the development of ou> county. Mr. C. M. Luttrell was born near Mul- berry, Tennessee, May 26, 1859. He was the son of David and Jane Luttrell. In their family were five other sons and two daughters, all but one of whom are living today. Our Mr. Luttrell at the age of 75, Is the second In this ...

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