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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

enuine - - BETTER GET THAT MACHINE- RY REPAIRED NOW, WHILE YOU HAVE PLENTY OF TIME. Farmers Grain & Imp. Co. NNI OVM W3Hi mm «m, niH3 saaomawvH ADinr oia Eighth Instalment DUu. iolort with > Buried Mil, Swat* Waterman, has a nervous collapse as a remit •f the fajr life of London society. He' aunt, lira. Gladwyn, takes her to a doctor, ao orders her to the country for a rest. Dr. kathbone has a country home nearby Dennis calls at the cottage, then noes away for a long trip. He writes from America that he is there •rith Linda, his wife. Diana finds herself be- coming more and more interested 111 Dr. Katb- bone, and questions her nurse. Miss Starling, about him. She also questions Jonas, a farm boy of the neighborhood, about a woman who lives in Dr. Rathbone's huuse. Her name is Rosalie. Then Diana meets Kosalie iu _ tlie ■roods; she acts strangely and leaves Diana '"soon after the meeting in the woods with Rosalie, Dr. Rathbone calls again at Diana s cottage. NOW GO ON WITH THE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

MAGAZINE SECTION ■ni Tbraa far at ya«r pw Imnii abaald be eat mMi (n aawapapar rfmtWii arary yaar, Try It u4 your baalnna will by Uapa and baanda. NEWS WANT AOS at mIj 2c • aell aametfeiag for eaah yaa kavaakaal the place or bring yoa aoaatklag yoa need at a bargain. Try it ia The Claade Neva at only 2c par word. VOLUME 43. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1932 NUMBER 36 S **Mcnt OTic Registered (J WMV ARE VOU SO ANVUDUS THAT X SEE THE MOUSE VOUR GRANDMOTHER LEFT VOU in her. will_ ? X't"T GOING TO PR0P03E TO VOU TONieWT AND X WANT TO BE "SURE V<N)OVJ YJEL-L(HERE.m-5 -IT'S OVER. A HUMCHJED VEAR.S OLD -- SEE the ha^d-carveo OAK BEAMS HOW CHARMING' WHAT WON A A ' 5 VES, WHO'S THIS COMIMG DOWN ! DUMt^V . \ KMiV AW, HECK.' X DID "THIS TO FRIGHTEN BLONDlE. OUT OF MARRVinq cTINI, ©UT SHE'S /slOT *TAF\ZtK\D AT ALU WELL, X MUSTN'T LET HER KNJOW it's "x /ANVwAV _/ NOPE, WWER DOESN'T help -• please helpme GET HiM iMTO THE CAR. AND X'LU DRIVE HIM TO MV HOUSE. ORR.V I'LL6ET) M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

:&em- * .• i mm®®*®®.-ffifote- -W*. PW ] fithting for five years pparent defeat, and after ding efforts to get the old Longhorn Chisholm trail rec- ognised, the dream of P. A. Ackley, old- time cowboy of Oklahoma and Texas,, has partially come true. For five years this pioneer has ridden up and down the old Chisholm cattle trail from the Mexican border to the Ca- nadian line in an effort to get it recog- nized as a national highway, in com- memoration of the cowboys and trail drivers who for many years drove their thousands of head of cattle over this trail to market. What is this old Chisholm trail? It is the Indian trail, the path, the mark- er, the road, over which the Texas cowboys started driving their cattle im- mediately after the Civil War in an effort to find a market. They found the market, and stretched the trail from Texas to Montana, and even into Canada. And in doing so, hundreds of cowboys have filled unmarked graves along the trail. The dead cowboy with only a bl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

*h- r R . -nSF-; isr r C O M M F N T Bv 1H-L0WRr 1 71 ATM Lj i f A (CotrHcht. inz. br tkt Hon Mw MM OmT I '1® n In OM Ireland AM wondering whether the Irish have captured Ireland or iost it to the Jews, the French or the Poles. The returns from an election held on the Emerald Isle a few weeks ago . show that Eamon DeValera was elected iPresident of the Irish Free State. I have known quite a few Irishmen; knew my father fairly well, had a speaking acquaintance with my uncles and have 'heard quite a bit about my grandfath- er, and the name DeValera never did have an Irish ring to me. Has the "Ould Sod" fallen so low that it must Select a fellow with a French sounding f>iaTue to guide her destinies? Shame on Ithe O'Briens, the McCarty's, the Mur- ,phy's and the O'Flannigans. But in spite . of his name, the new Irish President 'has given rather strong evidence that Irish blood courses his veins. I recall 'that about nine years ago DeValera raised considerable hades on the Emerald 'Is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

I I 1 SOW 3SSB 8 OF ROSE BUSHES SHIP- )M JACKSONVILLE The first carload of rose bushes ever shipped from Jacksonville was loaded early in March and shipped to Connecti- cut. The car contained more than 100,000 bushes. Other carload ship- ments are to follow. PRIZE STEER SOLD FOR $1,338 The grand champion steer of the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show and Exposition was auctioned to the highest bidder and sold for $1.53 a pound. The steer was exhibited by C. M. Largent & Sons and was purchased by the Blackstone Hotel of Fort Worth. The steer weighed 875 pounds and netted its owner $1,338. WOMAN LICENSED PLUMBER Mrs. M. Siebrecht, of San Antonio, is the first Texas woman to receive a mas- ter plumber's license. Mrs. Siebrecht, who is associated with her husband in a plumbing business, said she wanted to learn as much as possible about the business. The competent manner in which she wiped joint pipes, and her general knowledge of the trade won her the license. FORT IS ONE OF TEXAS' OLDEST ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

rl Hi fc it., ','« mtr >Sh m If you want to keep your feet free from aching corn* just get a bottle of FREEZONE from any druggist. Put a drop or two on the corn. Pain stops iiuCantly, and for good! Then before you know it the corn gets bo loose'you can lift it right off with your finger*, easily and pain- lessly. It's the safe way that mil- lions use to get rid of hard and soft corns and calluses. Works like a charm! Try it. FREEZONE MAY POLITICAL CALEN DAR The election laws of Texas provide that the primary ftft^idential conventions held to elect delegates to county conventions be held May 7. The same law provides that oa May 10 the county Presi- dential conventions be held to elect delegates to the State Presidential convention. On May 10 the State Exe- cutive committee of any party which cast as many as 10,000 and less that 100,000 votes in next preceding guber- natorial election shall meet and decide whether the candi dates for State, district and county offices are to be nom...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

Dem- will be carried distinct soil types, we sn 8 F. G. Rovers of Spur is disposing of his surplus of milk at a fair price by turn- ing it into cheese. He sells the cheese, which is a splen did grade of the American type, to his grocer. of sweet potatoes from which to grow plants. He bedded only certified seeo and treated them against disease. He had a full acre of land in beds. Sheepmen in the western section of McLennan coun- ty have organized the Mc- Gregor Wool and Mohair Association. It is believed that fully 100,000 pounds of wool will be signed to be sold under the direction of the Association. More than 1900 members of future farmers' clubs in 245 Texas high schools are marketing 1931 feed crops through live stock. Of the total 1128 are feeding out 3,464 pigs, 638 are feeding 1,410 baby beeves, and 162 are feeding 3,849 lambs. Most of the lamb projects are in the Edwards Plateau area, and calf feeding is chiefly in West Texas and the black land area, while hogs are being fed...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

lean tidn of CP or MO the wis as i in Amer- the pfohibi- _ liquors is the great politi- feared it, and . ticians jumped or evaded when th« issue was mention- ed. The question -was parsed on by Congress in 1837 and defeated by a large majority. In the campaign of 1840 neither party aared take a stand, so both platforms, the Democratic and the Whig, were silent on the annexation of Texas. It was sincerely hoped by the politicians that both party platforms would also ignore the question in 1844. Sentiment agbinst an- nexation was so strong, as shown by the vote in Con- gress in 1837, that when Gen. Sam Houston was inaugurat- ed President of Texas in 1842 he extolled England as the ally of the infant republic and warned Texans that they could expect no aid or sym- pathy from the United States. And it ft a fact that England was "making eyes" at Texas the hope, no doubt, of coritrolling the destinies of the infant republic and making sure of a helpful ally when Tafas became strong. John T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 May 1932

A FACT every t«a EXPERT knows ORANM NKOR AND PIKOK I h- a$ I A CAN IODIZED 01 PLAIN enables my family to enjoy the very belt salt made! It never choke* saltcellar* in damp weather... and it protect* my youngsters from simple goi- ter. lake my ad vice and insist on getting the blue can of... MORTON'S """SALT WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS > 4 things your skin must have To keep your complex- ion young and lovely just four things are necessary . . . Cleans- ing, Lubricating, Stim- ulating, Protecting . . . Use Pond's four prep- arations this quick, easy way: !• Cleanse face and neck thoroughly with Pond's Cold Cream, several limes a day, always after exposure. Remove with Pond's softer Cleansing Tissues ... in white or peach. Pat briskly with Pond's stimulating Skin Freshener to tone and firm, close and refine the pores. 3* Pond's Vanishing Cream—apply for pow- der base and protec- tion from sun and wind. Always after l ed- time cleansing, leave on fresh Cold Cream overnight, to soften and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 May 1932

BPggpffir- •: - • ^ 'n a y'.\. > -*f* >" >S v ^V-,-1 ****** ■*>*■•-■''*>*• ■ f .-'♦ .■• -*$ ■ Ma** S'< - • • ," LAUDE tmm far Try it la The Mm Hi pw bf CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY IJ, IM2. VOLUME 41 Pitch Camp NearW And Water Baccalaureate Sermon Deliv- ered It Looks Bad for the Bear By Albert / Held Now. Cr, Dom't * ,v 4 The First Baptist Church of Claude was qnowcVed to over- flowing last Sunday night, when Rev. Russell, its pastor, preached the Baccalaureate sermon. Pastor Russell used as his sub- ject: "From the Valley to the Mountain Tops", taking his text from an appropriate text of Scrip- ture. Many good lessons were taught by Pastor Russell in this Baccalaureate Sermon. We have thirty-two graduates; fifteen girls and seventeen boys; thus the boys lead this year by two. Usually the girls are con- siderably in the lead on graduation. . Not so this year. The Graduates, names as turned over to us are as follows: Evelyn Bagwell, Irene Bales, Russ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 May 1932

f, INT. IW m amRcaw pwta AMOQATIOH ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News Is authorixed to announce the following can- didates tor the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The .Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARvviCK HALMOND K. STANFIELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. Q. (BILL) ALDRIDGE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For County and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE For Commissioner Precinct No. J. c. Mcdowell. 2: For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGGINS W. H. HAMBLEN. r- Commissioner Precinct No. W. P. BENNETT C. M. BRYANT THURMAN HAVINS ALFRED WILSHIRE. The Panhandle Press, which met at Amarlllo Thursday. Friday a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 May 1932

. ■" cw W« are the Authorized Dealers for the ALLIS-CHAMBERS MFG. CO. LINE t* TRACTORS & FARM Machinery ALSO THE II RUMLEY LINE OF COMBINES WE ARE CARRYING A SUPPLY OF REPAIRS FOR THE ABOVE LINES. MR. E. P. WILLIAMS IS OUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE AND HAS HAD A WIDE EXPERIENCE IN THE FARM MA- CHINERY BUSINESS. FARMERS' SUPPLIES AND CONSUMERS ASSOCIATION 1 A BEDDING PLANTS TWENTY FOR ONE DOLLAR PREPAID Asters, Calendulas, Coxcomb, Coleus, Forget me nots, lobelia Mmiiiold, Parlor-ivy, Annual Phlox, Pansies, Petunias, Scab- losia, Sweet Alyssum, Verbenas, Periwinkle, and Zinnias (Large or dwarf*. This is as fine a lot of plants as can be obtained anywhere reguardless of price. With the exception of Pansies, they are all 2 pot grown and are delivered to you with the root system well jp protected with ball of earth. / AMARILLO GREENHOUSE V TELEPHONE 2-2239 NIGHTS 20603 OR 5426. 5 AMARILLO. 605 TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS g NO OTHER DIME BUYS SO MUCH AS THE DIME SPENT FOR ELECTRICITY Electricity...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 May 1932

■h wky, I ■ I ,,-, ,,: -;., y^.r . ... . : ; |:. , ^ .■ I-, : '* • . * ,."';f • ' "**ij ' : ' . v *• _ PfV*^ ■Ar T* <'' ■ • % f At wH i \ COOPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed. But if all the units of industry, business, religion, education, and society are harnessed together and set to work for the good of the community, the total result will be a revelation of the power of co-operation. Claude is climbing up toward the ideal or sliding back into the rut according as it possesses or lacks com- munity co-operation. You as an individual have power to accomplish almost anything you set out to accomplish. What a man wills to do, that he can do. Just so, your town, as a town, can accomplish anything it sets out to accomplish. Organized efforts in Claude will bring about practically any condition we set out to develop. To increase our business and general welfare, it is necessary first to reduce the amount of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 May 1932

[fee ~ Wan si gnLBWr OUIUUBLET Detroit WANTED— To rant, 100 acres of land lor wheat, near Claude or Con«Bjr L. A. Dunn. M-p 3 * H3BS finds complete relief for hus- band. Specialists home, abroad failed. Nothing to sell. All letters answered. Mrs. Oeo. Dempster, Apt. 0-26, MOO LaPayette Blvd. West, Detroit Mich. 1-t-p CALLING CARDS— For Miss or Mrs. Either plain, or pannel of the beautiful leather finish also pannel; four designs for your ap- proval. We cater to the most fas- tidious ladles on calling cards. Call 97 or at the News Office for your calling cards. 35-tf SAV* HMO. Trade la your oM block. See your John Deere Deal- er.—John K. Quartos Company. VOTA VITA CLASS Both girls and boys of the young people's department of the Bap- tist Sunday School will put on a program over the Radio Station KORS Saturday, May 14th from 4:00 to 4:30 p. m. We Intend to take our supper and have a picnic some where near Amarillo alter we broadcast. So everybody tune In and see what the young people...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 May 1932

r-v 1 & ky Ifclor overhauled and fixed shape. You can set much more of running it. We have the repairs. thought of a good joke, l Aw, get your mind off yourself. lets just do that little thing get our off ourselves and see how much dif- it makes. If you haven't got any- to do at home, go over to your less fortunate neighbor and help him. See if you c&Mi't feel better. Keep busy and you won't have time to feel sorry for yourself. PURINA CHOWS {or the Baby chick*. We aire going to cut all baby chick feeds 10%. Qome in now and get yours. This will only be for two weeks, beginning Friday, May 13th and lasting till Saturday, May 28th. a And how is your wife at getting a meal." "Say, that girl's a wonder. She can open a can in 2| seconds flat. Johnnie. And does that nice little cow give milk * Silas: Well, not exactly; you gotta take it a- way from her. Farmers Grain & Imp. Co. Claude, Texas BIG JUICY HAMBURGERS CHILI "WAG" MAKES THEM WAG INN SPECIALS ALL 10c Tablets. Now All ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

. >v; • *i iiln i in 1 f- in N h the Nm hi watch ■Ibm rw by NEWS VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 20 U32. Claude Public School Closed, Friday May, 13 Another Sue- cessfui Nine Months Out Friday, May 13, another long successful nine months of school has drawn to a close. Old C. H. S. closed for another summer with its usually amount of graduates and more Freshmen pouring into high school. We can truthfully say that this year has been one of the most successful and happy of all the history of our shcool. Never were there better under- standing between the pupils and teachers and better corresponding between them. This closing meant the turning point In some of the students lives. It meant that some would go off to school, others would go to the farm and make successful farmers and citizens of our state. Others will become successful business men and women in life, while some may remain in the same old rut not trying to do good for their sake and the nation. Som...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

^ M fkf P<>- You ***** est —mo« running it. We have the repairs. thought of a good joke. 'Aw, get your mind off yourself* lets just do that little thing get our off ourselves and see how much dif- __ it makes. If you haven't got any _ to do at home, go over to your less fortunate neighbor and help him. See if you (fon't feel better. Keep busy and you won't have time to feel sorry for yourself. PURINA CHOWS for the Baby chicks. We aye going to cut all baby chick feeds 10%. Come in now and get yours. This will only be for two weeks, beginning Friday, May 13th and lasting till Saturday, May 28th. "And how is your wife at getting a meal." "Say, that girl's a wonder. She can open a can in 2| seconds flat." Johnnie. And does that nice little cow give ndllk * 4**41 Silas: Well, not exactly; you gotta take it a- way from her. Farmers Grain & Imp. Co. Claude, Texas Ninth Instalment DUu. in love with * mirrUd nan, wem Waterman, ha< a ntrrow coUapu MHiiuh at th« gay lift of London...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

CI 'iljm VOLUME 41 • ..^r. NEWS Iwlirai - v/ 9a&S&>v •• , j .f«. ' •■• ':* CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20 1132. 4 «•*>« Claude Public School Closed, Friday May, 13 Another Suc- cessful Nine Months Out Friday, May 13, another long successful nine months of school has drawn to a close. Old C. H. S. closed for another summer with its usually amount of graduates and more Freshmen pouring into high school. We can truthfully say that this year has been one of the most successful ^ and happy of all the history of our shcool. Never were there better under- standing between the pupils and , teachers and better corresponding between them. This closing meant the turning point in some of the students lives. It meant that some would go off to school, others would go to the farm and make successful farmers and citizens of our state. Others will become successful business men and women in life, while some may remain in the same old rut not trying to do good for their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

m ••v.-; !*wmm pwaa AjaoaAnow announcements The Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which tlieir names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK HALMOND K. STANFIELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. G. (BILL) ALDRIDOE ALV1S R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For County and District Cleric: CHAS. W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE For Commissioner Precinct No. 2 J. C. MCDOWELL. For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGGINS W. H. HAMBLEN. T •" Commissioner Precinct No. 4 W. P. BENNETT C. M. BRYANT THURMAN HAVINS ALFRED WILSHIRE. Now if the World War did not make the Nation safe for Demo- cra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

5S3E snsa ss r' • • " NOT YOUR LIGHTING BILL but your ELECTRIC SERVICE BILL juid Hugh Read cattle to City Friday. M. t. Hufhlett shipped two can of hogs to market recently. J. L. Doak ihipped a can of cattle to Kansas Point! Thursday. P. T. Batsell shipped a ear of cattle to Kansas City Friday. BUI Wisdom left Sunday for Lubbock where he will spend the week with his brother, Em est Wisdom. <2 If we Itemized your electric bill you would then see that light- ing is really only a small part. So accustomed have we become to the other electric services that we sometimes forget how many times a day electricity saves us. It makes our toast in the morning. It sweeps the rugs. It washes the clothes. Then it irons them. And almost everyone of the many services elec- tricity performs In the home cost only a cent or so . . . many cost less. In fact, if you paid tor electricity as you used it, you could really let your pennies pay your electric bill. Considering the time and labor it saves yo...

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