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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 January 1931

ti a-™™' f$ can furnish music iost ftny time desired and for any occasion. — See — J. F. Fischer : ' '■ ' - : ■ - BABY CHICKS fourteen gopular pure breeds. Post paid, guarantee 100 per cent live ar- rival, full count, and replacement at 'i price on all chicks that, die in 10 days. Discount of 5 per cent on 30-day orders. Our 104,000-egg ca- pacity assures prompt service, be- sides furnishing big local market for eggs. Write, phone or stop in for new information folder. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty, Bring in your eggs on any Tuesday or Saturday. Chick boxes free. ADKISSON HATCHERY Quality Chicks; Custom Hatching; Wholesalers and Retailers of Oakes Poltry Supplies. 413 W. 4th AVE. PHONE 5170 AMARILLO, TEXAS Personal Little John H. Mobley who was quite iU for several days with a bronchial trouble is able to be up and about again. County Cleric Chas. W. Stewart was transacting business in Ama- ltllo Wednesday morning. Chas Bagwell was attending to business matters In Amarilla Wed- nesday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 January 1931

$14 i&: only LV H week. Pba ^ -9 TyfrKWBITKR, in A1 _ to sell at ONLY 135. I 'and buy a real Typewriter Daul rTftl* m c ' TRT8H stew in the Pan- always on tap at wag-inn K, hOTES—For sale at the hN office. Made up in pads Me per pad. tfe 1*8 LARGE NEW IN- ITIONAL DICTIONARY, for of India paper, one- tMri tbe she of regular dictionary 111 «i* 135 when new. Will Bell tar ONLY I7.SQ. Phone 97. 25-p i .... : — POSTED NOTICE TMi to to notify the public that •II Of tbe J. A. Pastures are posted, and hi&iting, trapping or fishing la not pmnitted and all trespassers Will be prosecuted. CLINTON IY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c PARM AND RANCH LOANS WANTBD-~Low Rates of Interest at Liberal Prepayment Options. % One Deed- of Trust only. [' Service, Borrower pays NO COMMISSION. Write, Phone or See Me at Groom, Texas, S. K. ROACH. 20c LTT US charge your Radio Bat- tery. It will last longer. ROAN'S OARAGE. 16-tf-c RECONDITIONED CREAM SEPARATORS. MILKERS. AND oil STOVES. JOHNSON-PRICE COMPANY, 215, W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 January 1931

v *y 1 ■ PpffeaHSi' 3fl@ws^jB8$ "'"'H Mzat I I KilliMlC V -S • Joined withffcftftaM to again krfng yon ality Tires at LOWEST PRICES in HISTORY Firestone's great buying power of rubber and cotton at unprecedented low prices—and their efficient manu- facturing and distributing system direct to their deal- ers and stores—places them and us in a position to give you these great values in Firestone Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Brake Lining, Rims and Accessories a a flWtWMt I ft H$Um$ OLD FIELD TYPE PHM Pri« ■m Bath per Pair i«ui $4*98 $9.60 oui 5-69 11.10 4.75-19 6.65 12.90 5.0040 7.10 13^0 5.25-18 7.90 15*30 5-25-21 8.57 16.70 6.0(M01LD. 11.50 22.30 32x6 . TBUfK nus 7.95 34.90 .29.75 57.90 AO Other SUM PlM Pr.p.rtl p>l«lr Low COURIER TYPE Sin Pric* Each PHct Mr Pair 30x3 Vi 83.97 $7.74 31x4 6.98 13.58 4.40-21 _ _ 4.55 8.80 4.50-21 . 5.15 9.96 5.25-21— _ 7.75 15.00 TtattftiM BATTERIES We idl and wrrlcc the complete line of Eire.tone Batteries . . . Come in and ue the EXTRA VALUE we give y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 January 1931

I. S. HENDERSON Mm—ii Aactlonsar MOBMPPBOOCWM ^f| Special We carry a Complete Stock of WIL- LARD BATTERIES, and do Expert Battery Repair Work. We carry plenty of Good Service Batteries at all times. So if your car don't start just phone 175 and we will be right out. Give us a trial because we are trying to give the best of Service. ALL WORK GUARANTEED AAA SERVICE STATION Roan's Garage r J Imperial Barber & Beauty Shop { (THE SHOP THAT SERVICE BUILT) \ Please remember "it pays tc look well". When you pay us a visit, we try to let you leave looking well. We keep for sale, shampoo, / ■having soap, hair tonic, hair oil, waving fluid, hair nets. £ EUGENE PERMANENT WAVES \ R. E. BLANTON C. W. APPLING K 1SVX>7)!?X - . X<PX A Savings Account Is More Than Money Your savings account is worth more to you than Just the money it involves. It represents Increased self-confidence, finan- cial independence, the ability to grasp sound opportunities. It's valuable from every angle. American...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 January 1931

: ■ / ' mm iwmI af IWJ jimt. It to The Nam and watch jaw pn kjf laapa and bounds. LAUDE NEWS M Want Adrartlatef at «(r I word will Mil Jum the ; thine 7M naad at a In The News at ooly t m I i I TOLUMI « Representative Writes About Legislature 42ND LEGISLATURE (By Clyde Warwick) AUSTIN, Texas, January 18.— The 42nd Legislature opened un- der the most favorable conditions. Harmony had prevailed to a far greater extent than usual. Only a small amount of dlssentlon has arisen during the first the MMlon. Aa was predicted Fred H. Minor of Denton was chosen Speaker without opposition. Minor is of a cool, ateady temperament, well qualified to preside over a Legisla- tive aaaembly with absolutely no favoriam, and without fear in fac- ing the most difficult problems. It is the first time In many sessions that a Speaker has been selected without opposition. Editor and Wife Rescued; Third Party Dies CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 1931 What Happens When Quadruplets Grow Up? NUM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 January 1931

It i County, year.. ...11.90 ...W.50 TprAI^WrAN1 PREM^SSOOATION enceavor. I til The Pampa News says: "Oklaho- ma 'Sooners' would do well to re- main silent anent their Governor because It is the custom now to let out a huge 'Horselaugh' when their new governor, 'Alfalfa Bill' is men- tioned." Having known William Murray for a number of years and knowing that he is honest, upright and courageous, not afraid to hit sin in high places, to hit wine, women and song, when they come in the way of honest legislation, we do not think much of the Pampa News' statement. We Texans who have elected Jim Ferguson for two terms and then doubled the does by elect- ing his wife, who Just signed on the dotted line, have very little room for the 'Hoss Laugh' on Oklahoma. You never have to guess as to which side of the fence Bill Murray is on. The Common People elected Bii: Murray to office, the people whom God loves, the people who were not Influenced by the glitter of Gold from the hands of the millio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 January 1931

mm ■■B ZVraH&SH BATTER Y8ERVICE ROAN' GARAGE. 16tf-c FO« «ALE at a Bargain: Jarfies Brooder House~used only a few days. I'L, LEDWIO. <20-pi Local and Personal M. L. Hughlett was an Amartllo business visitor Tuesday. Little Miss Irene Roblson has been very ill the past week. * t FOR RENT- -4-Room residence; clo e In at ONLY $3 a weuk. Phone 97 if interested. 25-p ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in Ai Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 87 and buy a leal Typewriter WE HAVE a splendid proposition to offer to young local inan, now employed, who has some time to devote to out-door advertising work; no selling. Write at once. Adv. Manager, 515 W. Goodale St., Columbus. Ohio. <21-c) WEBSTER'S LARGE NEW IN- TERNATIONAL DICTIONARY, for sale. Made of India paper, one- third the size of regular dictionary and cost $25 when new. Will sell for ONLY $7.50. Phone 97. 25-p PORTED NOTICE This is to. notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 January 1931

SP I ... ft "1 4 L-~ | rt- i I r i & time desired any occasion. — See — F. Fischer \f* \ & ©J v:r *■ BABY CHICKS Fourteen popular pure breeds. Past paid, guarantee 100 per cent live ar- rival, full count, and replacement at price on all chicks that die in 10 days. Discount of 5 per cent on 30-day orders. Our 104.000-egg ca- pacity assures prompt service, be- sides furnishing big local market for eggs. Write, phone or stop in for new information folder. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring In your eggs on any Tuesday or Saturday. Chick boxes free. ADKISSON HATCHERY Quality Chicks; Custom Hatching; Wholesalers and Retailers of Oakes Poitry Supplies. 413 W. 4th AVE. PHONE 5170 AMARILLO. TEXAS Just Like Special - Cake Flour * IN THE RESULTSYOU GET, It's much easier to bake light, fluffy, delicious cakes and rich/ crisp, golden brown pie crust when you use Amaryllis. You'll understand why, when you feel its smooth, even tex- ture--when you note its consist- ent high quality- when y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 January 1931

f . , i i h D Kight Hunter STAFF Editor Bus. Manager Society Editor Humor Editor ;|tot Wooldridge Sports Editor Pi ■Mm puymt the lAutens* Main. And folks It to «n honor too, to get to pkvt with such a clean and sporta- manshlp players as our team has the distinction of having. The Bull- dogs repeated their (eat of several weeks ago by beating the Mustangs by a quite large score. The game however, was much tighter than the score indicates. The final out- come was undetermined until late in the game. Come on students, lets back the PERSONALS ' The Oreenbeit Epworth League Union broadcasted a program over j team 100 per cent from now on and KGR6 Sunday afternoon from show the other towns what we real- 3:00 o'clock to 3:00 o'clock. The Ep-1 ]y can do. Worth Leaguers of Claude rendered good numbers, Miss Lola Gaston spent the week end with Miss Thoressia Bagwell. The staff would like to know why Mr. Douglas has to go to Dr. Curl's office so often, when his teeth do not need to be worked ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 January 1931

■r, 7*;' M'- iHW tSSSk m WWE/tatei. '"" V Sw ■•% L —j ugMit ' •icweMe CLEO F. FERGUSON lil Phone 111 Wholesale 30 Cow, Sow and Hen Are Our Friends "WITHOUT CRITICISM" x —That's how the last in- ; spection by the State Health Depart- i ment was passed at the— WAG-INN Fourth Installment * Mafgi* Johnson, rhcuc father it a letter —i«r, it the domestic drudge of (be humble - where tor re other does little except n tlie fact tliat the bit "teen better tod ber-"bitter Lit, who works in t KATHLEEN NORRIS (Few Places Can Say This) ;m§ | mi EAT MOORE BAKERY IS THE NEW BAKERY AT 615 Polk Street, Amarillo SUCCESSORS TO THE FEDERAL SYSTEM OP BAKERIES This is a PRIVATELY OWNED BAKERY and is not allied with any system of chain owned institutions. SATURDAY SPECIALS Potato Doughnuts, dozen Two 2-lb. Loaves of Bread Parker House Rolls, dozen _ 27c . 25c . 12c BUY AT THE EAT MOORE BAKERY AT 615 POLK STREET, AMARILLO |l'B'******SC KXXVX*X*XXXXXXVXXXXVVX-XXXXXXX^XXXXXXX«f Special We carry a Complete St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 January 1931

NEWS IT.'' J* MM at I in The New* at CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, JAN. 30, 1931 NUMBER tl CITY OF CLAUDE PREPARING TO PAVE SIX BLOCKS WITH AN ASPHALT SURFACE SOON Time i 01 Everybody to Lend a Hand The City Council of Claude has ordered about alx blocks of the main part of town paved. The ex- cavation and grading of the streets will begin In about thirty days, af- ter which a six inch bed will be laid and then asphalt of several layers will be placed on top of this bed, we are told. A notice appears in another part of this week's Claude News, calling attention to the various lots owned, and the estimated cost of the pav- ing in District 1, you will note that an estimate of cost is shown and District 3 and on down, including the curb line with its estimation of cost. We understand thr.t citizens of Claude and Armstrong County are to be used in this work as far as possible, which makes our paving come at the right time and in the right place, since the hard year of 1930 put...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 January 1931

ymx—41 JO PRESS )N "DfifiL m i ■■ t i. ., ). ■ Ilk? la to have paved streets, it out of the mud In weather. After the streets of are paved the Coiorado-to- Outt highway will be paved through county, thus putting out of the mud from Den- ver Colorado to Galveston, Texas 80 Mote it Be. :o: Since "Cunning" has full charge of our National Government, and la running everything with a high- hand, there is no other alternative than to slap on the Income and in- heritance tax, good and plenty. President Roosevelt once said: "We must now shackle cunning, as we have in the past shackled Force." Roosevelt said more than he thought he said at that time.- As it seems to be an Impossibility to Shackle Cunning, then let us lower the tax- es of all fanners, wage earners and small town merchants, by raising the INCOME TAX of the Million- aires up to where the taxes of such citizens, who are the most un- able to pay taxes—Let the income tax take care of the high taxes now being extorted from the mid-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 January 1931

Wffii ! • re can furnish music most any time desired and for any occasion. — See — J. F. Fischer fism 6E.S. iBfiB&fw 9 :fa:■ >?*: Local T. A. Wuham was numbered witl. the sick thia week. Miss Lona Dean was an Amarillo visitor Saturday. B. C. Beverly was shopping Amarlllo Monday. In Texas has two unorganized coun- ties, crane and Loving. Claudelte* motored over to Panhandle Tuesday night to witness the ball game' between Claude and Panhandle. Ed Prachar and wife, who for* merly lived east of Claude, but lat- er moved to Colorado, visited with us first of the week. His wife who was known as Miss Jessie Davis, is at her mother's, Mrs. Davis, at Clarendon. We are very sorry to chronicle that Mrs. Prachar Is In very poor health. BABY CHICKS Fourteen popular pure breeds. Post paid, guarantee 100 per cent live ar- rival, full count, and replacement at Va price on all chicks that die in 10 days. Discount of 5 per cent on 30-day orders. Our 104000-egg ca- pacity assures prompt service...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 January 1931

Pi *-p In A1 at ONLY 136. I buy a real Typewriter fXm. a splendid proposition young local man, now who has some time to I out-door advertising work; Write at once. Adv. 16 W. Ooodale St., (21-C) I'S LARGE NEW IN- JNAL DICTIONARY, for of India paper, one- site of regular dictionary $25 when new. Will sell far ONLY $7.50. Phone 97. 25-p POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, ■nd hunting, trapping or fishing to not premitted and all trespassers Will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c FARM AND RANCH LOANS WANTED—Low Rates of Interest at Liberal Prepayment Options, made in One Deed of Trust only. Quick Service, Borrower pays NO COMMISSION. Write, Phone or See Me at Groom, Texas, S. K. ROACH. 20c LET US charge your Radio Bat- tery. It will last longer. ROAN'S OARAGE. 16-tf-c RECONDITIONED CREAM SEPARATORS, MILKERS, AND OIL STOVES. JOHNSON-PRICE COMPANY, 215, West 7th Street, Amarlllo. Texas. 23p BATTERY SERVICE, the best in town...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 January 1931

m. tae >-< • Reduced Prices On All Breeds of Baby Chicks. This year we can give you better quality Chicks at cheaper prices; from State Accredited Flocks. Price $8 per hundred and up. CUSTOM HATCHING S Rate 3 1-2 cents per egg. Trays hold 156 eggs. 10 per cent discount until Feb. 10 on Custom Hatching paid for in advance booked up for setting any time during season 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT UNTIL FEB. 10 On all orders for Baby Chicks placed 30 days in advance. ;V; ■ ' f mm at pupil* withdraws; ttMl #, tote) 10. ' fltf pupils with „ Boys B, OHtte , total It. Far cent making passing grades: Boys Mtt, Olrls Mtt. SEVENTH ORADE The Seventh grade is making pos- ters for the P. T. A. The best pos- ter goes In the scrap book. We are making posters to represent the books the P. T. A. gave us. The Seventh grade is trying hard- er the next semester. Only a few failed this half term. SIXTH GRADE The Sixth Grade gave a Thrift play at assembly Thursday. U was very interesting and also liad a goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 January 1931

§ CLEO F. FERGUSON Phone 111 Wholesale 3t) f Sow and Hen Are Our Friends "WITHOUT CRITICISM" —That's how the last in- spection by the State Health Depart- ment was passed at the— WAG-INN (Few Places Can Say This) >rmr jramwitif Iflflflf EAT MOORE BAKERY IS THE NEW BAKERY AT • 615 Polk Street, Amarillo SUCCESSORS TO THE FEDERAL SYSTEM OF BAKERIES This is a PRIVATELY OWNED BAKERY and is not allied with any system of chain owned institutions. SATURDAY SPECIALS Potato Doughnuts, dozen Two 2-lb. Loaves of Bread Parker House Rolls, dozen Layer Cakes, each 27c 25c 12c 23c THE EAT MOORE BAKERY AT 615 POLK STREET, AMARILLO SI«KS6SWS«8SieS«KS6S6XK36S6XXX3aetS636S6S$XX16X%ie«XSXS6ieXS6i6S6a Special We carry a Complete Stock of WIL- LARD BATTERIES, and do Expert Battery Repair Work. We carry plenty of Good Service Batteries at all times. So if your car don't start just phone 175 and we will be right out. Give us a trial because we are trying to give the best of Service. ALL WORK GUARANTEED A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 February 1931

W&ffl 7M MM at iii The Nm it aaly | wati ( CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEB. 6, 1931. Hy Albert I lieid When die lied Cross (mIIs—Give! ■ iir-'" I 1 IR SOLDIER BOYS WHO SAW SERVICE The following list of men either enlisted for service from Armstrong County or have moved into the county since 1918. All saw service: Able, H. B. Adams, Floyd. Allen, Samuel. Allen. Lester. Alien, Albert. Appling, Carl. Barrett, O.E. Ballard. R. C. Barnes, Dewey. Bailey, Frank. Baker, Virgil. - Bell, Elmer, Dc. Blankenship, Paul. Blanton. Mansel. Bloomer, J. J. Box, O. L. Byrd, Solon. Butler, Marshal. Bledsoe, W. A. Case, Clifford. Church, Fred. Cleveland, Ray. Cook, John. Cobb, Tom. Combs, R. L. Craig, Chas., Dc. Craig, Frank. Curtis, Oscar. Collins, R. J. Davidson, Robert. Davis, Harry. Davis, Oeorge. Densmore, Bert. DeHart, Arthur. Dowling, Troy. Duffel, Horace. Durrett, Tommle. Eads, Walter. Edwards. Wiley. Edwards, Leo. Ellzy, Burdette. Ellay, Eric. Emery, Willis. Erwin, Charlie. Faul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 February 1931

m PRESS )N I Bun MSH. > Dally papers tell u s about of Oen. Butler, who It is uule some kind of a remark Mussolini. Now wouldn't et your cork to bobbin. wm.&zzzmsr— 018 eQneral did say some- i. ' HUfli about Mussolint. What of it. Wiany of the leading rulers of the nations had much more about them it would have a to make them sit up and notice of what the Common The People who God loves, : about them. George Washing- tan, The Father of His Country, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roose- velt and William Jennings Bryan, men we believe to be many times better and smarter than Mussolint, had worse things said about them than what General Butler said. Did you ever hear of anyone being tried for saying naughty things aboi<t either one of these greet states- men and leaders? Not on your life. Then, why should we take note of anything said about Mussolini? :o:- "More than 95 per cent of bor- rowers from the Federal Land Bank of Houston, Tex., living in the West Texas drouth area met al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 February 1931

occasion. F. Fischer Kf i ft' «■ F). V* V ti r 1 BABY CHICKS fourteen popular pure breeds. Post paid, guarantee 100 per cent live ar- rival, full count, and replacement tt Vj price on all chicks that die In 10 days. Discount of 5 per cent on 10-day orders. Our 104,000-egg ca- pacity assures prompt service, be- sides furnishing big local market for eggs. Write, phone or stop in for new information folder. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring in your eggs on any Tuesday or Saturday. Chick boxes free. ADKISSON HATCHERY Onaltty Chicks; Custom Hatching: Wholesalers and Retailers of Oakes Poltry Supplies. 413 W. 4th AVE. PHONE 5170 AMARILLO, TEXAS Big Bargain By a lucky deal the edi- tor is able to offer you The Pathfinder in combi- nation with this paper at a price which you cannot resist. The Pathfinder is Bubtfshed at Washington, >. C. It is the newsiest, snappiest periodical to be found anywhere. We rec- ommend it to you and urge you not to miss this rare chance. two Splendid Weeklie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 February 1931

35-p ffik- Island Roost- Qet them now. P. O. i 918-0, Claude, Texas. (23p) TYPEWRITER, In A1 to sell at ONLY *35. i >7 and buy a real Typewriter i'S LARGE NEW IN- VATIONAL DICTIONARY, lor Made of India paper, one- the size of regular dictionary «Bd cost $25 when new. Will sell tut ONLY $7.50. Phone 97. 25-p UPT US charge your Radio Bat- tery. It will last longer. ROAN'S QARAOE. 16-tf-c POSTED NOTICE This la to notify the public that Ml of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing la not premltted and all trespassers Will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c RECONDITIONED CREAM SEPARATORS, MILKERS, AND OIL STOVES. JOHNSON-PRICE COMPANY. 215, West 7th Street, Amarillo, Texas. 23p 1 V- at tl Sunday mornlnf, Mnaqr • at U o'clock. A short program will be put on by the scouts and Rev. Wilkin* will address them on "The Home." :o:—- HON. FRED W. DAVIS, Ex-Commissioner of Africaltnra •f Texas, has joined the staff of PUNCH- ERS FARMING as Contributing Edi...

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