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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

prv i v ■ '-■$&$&,'.- r>. x1 isfifc - * J \ 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 trade going to. outside sources. « Legally, anyone can spend his money where he prefer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

jii , ■:■■■(M TO TKENDg IN WHEELS SINIOB CLASS NIGHT BUfT ORPINOTON—I have * dozen and * hall thorough-bred Orpington chickens, four months old to aell at SO cents each or will trade for Country cured ham or giving market prices for some. Phone iW to-day If Interested. 40-P WANTED— TO rent. 300 acres of land for wheat, near Claude or Conway L. A. Dunn. 38-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 ladies on calling cards. Call 97 or at the News Office for your calling cards. 35-tf 1 Trends in wheel designs contin- ue to change from time to time, except that the mata! wheel in one form or another appears to be hero to stay. Wire wheels had a very long vogue and are still pop- ular. The disc wheels returned in a new and more stylish form. And the steel artillery tjpc wheel, too, has made strides. Steel wheels have certain advantages in rug- gedness and streng...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 May 1932

Mil a man elon he 1' GAS RANGES DIRECT ACTION SlatotMp'* Nmrt | i «. who Mm > cart- to me." HeOonnkk—Deerlng. FARMAL TRACTOR. wUl 'Pull your • an your cultivating, and pull the Harvest thrasher, pull jml grinder, In fact, you can do almost anything on the i with one. 8 i B ! %• & I those baby chicks look small and weakly. Try feeding them PURINA CHICK CHOW'S and watch them pick up. Dab: "Your wife loses a "yes, I do." lot of money at Bridge, doesn't she?" Failure Is often the fruit that falls after the blight of laziness. ICcCormick-Deertng. farmall tractors are built right, our service keeps them right all of the time. Negro: "I w:\nts to get a plastah." Clerk: "Do you want one of our porous plasters. Negro: "No suh, I wants one of De Best Ones.' We have several McCormtck-Deering 15-30 tractors, 22-36 trac- tors and one 10-20 tractor all In tip top shape, all priced right, Come In and look them over. If In need of a windmill let us show you the new Dempster Annu-olled mill, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 May 1932

Try It la The Nm inl watch yaw MiMas graw by km and knk CLAUDE NEWS 4- VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* tF.XAS, FRIDAY. MAT 27, 1 32 NUMBER K £ ■i {*' { "A little Red Poppy Over Every Heart," May 28th Buy A Memo- rial Poppy To Help Veterans "A poppy Over Every Heart" Should be the slogan of every American Citizen during the day. Saturday, May 28th, especially each and every member of the American Legion and it's Auxiliary. Wearing a poppy is regarded as a tribute to the memory of the war dead. The poppy is French. British and Canadian war or- ganization and of American. All popples sold are made by dis- abled veterans. Would you think so small an object as a little red paper poppy carries the burden of thousands who are staging their greater battle now. Although the world war in which they served was over four- teen (14) years ago. every penny received for these popples which are sold by the American Legion and Auxiliary Is used to help these needy veterans and their families. Eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 May 1932

dto—they aft operated by the j, ymr—..41M year J3J0 PRESS ?N PRESS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENTS TO# Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can lor 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. WARwiUiC 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) ALDRIDGE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For Comity and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART otmad and ~ When' it k tnw. the proposition was flrtt advo- it do* not take a For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE R. C. BENTON For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: J. C. MCDOWELL. For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGGINS W. H. HAMBLEN. T •• Commissioner Precinct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 May 1932

ADS THUS BARGAIN—4 used tires— «tre, 4-50-30 one way or 29-4-50. to iett at ONLY 75c each. Several thousand miles more on these used tires. If interested call 97, Claude, Texas. 40-p BUFF ORPINGTON—I have a dozen and a half thorough-bred Orpington chickens, four months old to sell at 50 cents each or will trade for Country cured h^m or eggs, giving market prices for same. Phone 97 to-day if interested. 40-P WANTED— To rent, 300 acres of hind for wheat, near Claude or Conway L. A. Dunn. 38-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 ladies on calling cards. Call 97 or at the News Office for your culling cards. 35-tf EPILEPSY CUREABLE? Detroit latly finds complete relief for hus- band. Specialists home, abroad failed. Nothing to sell. All letters answered. Mrs. Geo. Dempster, Apt. G-26, 6900 LaPayette Blvd. West, Detroit Mich. 1-t-p POSTED NOTICE This is to no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 May 1932

While 30-ton monsters lumbered over OKLAHOMA Deep in Oklahoma lie the producing sands of the Cambrian and Ordovician Ages—in some places more than a mile below the surface. Out of these sands Sinclair takes the rich Cambro-Ordovician crude oil which it refines and blends into Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil—a product of 80 million years of Nature's mellowing and filtering treatment. In process of man- ufacture Sinclair Opaline is de-waxed and freed from petroleum jelly at as low as 60° F. below zero. Try a crankcaseful of Opaline—note how it lasts in the heat of hard driving. H1 -ft. .AYRES Eleventh Instalment Diana, in love with a wa.rted man, I Waterman, has a uervou* collapse u a pt the aay Ufa of London society. Hat Mis. Gladwyn, takes her to a dotfloc, who orders her to the country for a ••*. Dr. Rathbone has a country hoiut nearby. Deuis calls at the cottage, then goes awa> Cor * tone trip. He writes from Americe thai he is there with Linda, his wife. Diana finds herself be- com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

VOLUME U CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1932. NUMBER M. All Armstrong Co. W ell Represented Memorial Day Memorial Day Service Claude Cemetery Sun. With Old Glory flying at half mast at the herd of the grave ol HerolU Gist. Armstrong County's only soldier killed in action dur- ing the world war, and with the graves throughout the cemetery beuutifuily decorated, citizens of Armstrong County observed Mem- orial Day with a suitable pro- gram. The Claude Boy Scouts handled the traffic with precision and or- der, marshaling the great crowd of people to the speuker's plat- form. Mrs. Mai Right was re- sponsible for securing the pro- gram rendered, and Juilr.e S. P Mathews presided. The following program was offered: Invocation—Brother Russell. Song by Audience—Led by Mr. R E. Boone Girl Scouts--Tribute to our Fal- len Heros, By Louise Turner. Jo Francis Worley. Warene Blue Farivlew—Vocal Solo, Mrs. John Luther Gorin—Reading, Gorin Ruther- ford Methodist Church—Vocal Solo, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

r, 9MT W-M PRESS ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can- didatM for 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. WARWICK HALMOND K. STANFXELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDOE ALVIS R RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM P. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For County and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART V these Holidays keep on oral- ♦*- «- * 14 will a— « ««-«- tipqttxig,, n wui ot unponme ip get into the bank, post offleaa, or other busstnesa institutions, that observe Holidays, only two or three times a year. Alone with others we believe some Holidays should be observed. 4th of July, Christmas. Thanksgiving, Labor Day, with pos- sibly two other holidays should be to as operator will not take this VM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

HSS - ? V f k pe*foit* (Pawu&i IRE BUILDER WINS AT 13 Consecutive year that took the u/e of b« ap grief atrtktn hor j covery to slow. J. Clyde Butler wu attending to buslneee In Clarendon, Friday and visited his parents while there. Mr. and Mis. Guy McKenrie have returned to Claude to live, the altitude was too low for them at Kemp. Miss Bonnie Baker of Amarillo was visiting her niece Jlmmie Joe, and Mr. Woodburn and attended the memorial program. OH TO Judge Oough of Amarillo will be In Clude, Friday night, May 13th The Judge will address the peo- ple of Claude on "Our Two Forms of Oovernment" The meeting will be held In the Court House All are Invited. You will be reminded of the meeting next week. -:0: THE P. V. SANDI.INE ICE CO. Your attention is called to Mr. P. V. Sandline's Display ad found in another part of this weeks .Claude News, which will run reg- Mr. W. T. Sheid and son-in-law £ 1^' to"any"pan ^f Claud" Clayton Lacy were among the at ONLY GO cents a hundred former ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

3 \ \ V 4- COOPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed, all the unit# 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 posses«es 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 trade going to outside sources. Legally, anyone can spend his money where he prefers, but nevertheless there IS an obligation t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

• *#: r '-tii'"" I WlT ADS ROYAL T1WWRITER. In A1 Condition to Mil M ONiy tS6 Phone 17 and buy a ml Typewriter uuvmr WTCNTH grade commkncbmknt program mat Nth The seventh grade graduated form grammar school, May 26 19S2. For commencement exercises a pro- gram was presented as follows: Song—America Hie Beautiful. Prayer—Mr. Tayler, Salutary Ad- dress—Elmer Taylar, Class Colors —Bonnye Cobb, Class Motto- Day, Class History— TIRE BARGAIN—4 used tires- size, 4-90-30 one way or 29-4-50, to sell at ONLY 75c each. Several thousand miles more on these, used tires. If Interested call 97,! Dorthy Claude, Texas. 40-p ' Victor Davis, Class Will—Monroe | Cobb, Class Prophecy-M. E. Bag- EPILEPSY CURABLE? Detroit well, Valedictory Address— Adella lady finds complete relief for hus- Adams, Address- IU-v. Wilklns. band. Specialists home, abroad Presentation of Diplomas, Present- failed Nothing to sell. All letters ation of 10th grade promotion Cer- answered. Mrs. Oeo. Dempster, Apt. 0-26, 6900 LaFay...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

i; <'• ;ifcJ year it JO 9MT... PRESS )N i AJMMWW hm M|N ASSOCIATION I 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Claude News is authorized the following can- tor the office, under which their nuw appear, ^ Subject to the action ot TBe DemS&atlc Primary tc be held July 2Srd, *90 For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK HALMOND K. STANFIELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD n^OYD H. WILSON 8YD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. i/''! • For SherilT And Tax Collector: W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDGE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. F. 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 R. C. BENTON TOM COLLINS For Commissioner Precinct No. J. c. Mcdowell. O. M. JAMES 2: 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 WI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

Durinf the pMt Jew week* we have received the following mem- bers, some by church certificate and others by profession of faith: Maurice Adams, Adella Adams, fdna Mae Adams, Leona Adams, Helen* Tyler, Elsie Yelton, C. A Carr, Mrs. C. A. Oarr, E. H. Ready. | Join us—Pastor. :i-nr_rf Wilms Oene ly, R. C. feallard and Mrs. Jerry Cavanaugh. The last seven names were re- ceived at our service last Sunday. There are four other members waiting to be received at a con- venient time. We hope during our meeting there will be many others "That's Cuatomert I never knew before that no matter what price I wanted to pay for a tire I could buy a Firestone Tire of higher quality at no ad- ditional price. Fireutone Service Dealer : That's right — Fireatone Tires are made in a wide variety of typea to fit every need and every pocketbuok —no matter what you want to pay. Every grade of Fireatona Tire excel* in quality any other similar grade of tire at an low or lower price. LT HAPPENS every day! Car ow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

\V; ■ \ IP :.i •. 0" y *> • - _ K t .Ul^ ■ 0GgC^ i. \ 1 COOPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed. But if all the unit* of industry, business, religion, education, and society are harnessed together and set te 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 trade going to outside sources. Legally, anyone can spend his money where he pre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

Wi Hush to ttM attic*. Plunk down jour Advertising dilll— Never turn up bad. ROYAL T1PEWHTITO. in A1 Noonditlon to sell at ONLY W . Phone 7 and buy • real Typewrit* TIRE BARGAIN—4 used tires- Biz P, 4-50-20 one way or 39-4-50. to sell at ONLY 75c each. Several thousand miles more on these used tires. If Interested call 97. Claude. Texas. 40-p the people of IS billion dollars a yaw, Senator Arthur Capper, of Kansas, tells us. Statistics esti- mate that there is an army of 600,- 000 parsons in this country "living wholly on crime," he says. "And the army is being increased at the rate of 35 per cent a year. • • • Senator Capper calls for a better social order, declaring: "The crying need of this day is for every living , being to respect the Constitution | of the United States and obey thu lotifc nf hlc pnimtfu " BUFF ORPINGTON—I have a dozen and a half thorough-bred Orpington chickens, four months old to sell at 50 cents each or will trade for Country cured ham or eggs, giving market...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 June 1932

tile OKLAHOMA shook with monsters' tread Ounbro-Ordovician crude oil of Oklahoma it the oldest of the Mid-continent crudes—being already ages old when dinosaurs tramped above its hidden reservoirs. It has mellowed longer, filtered longer, con- tains less carbon than younger Mid-continent crudes* When refined and blended in the great Sinclair lefineries—de-waxed and freed from non-lubricating , pet!oleum jelly, this oldest of Mid-continent crudes becomes Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil, a product of 80 million years of Nature's priceless treatment. Ask the Sinclair dealer for Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil. wA 1 TUrtemtk Instalment i you&f Eaflith girl* la love with tnau Waterman, a married mail, undergoes * servoua collapse and U atot to the country to menperate under the care nf Dr. Donald Mnthbone. who lives near the cottage whnre *t. "•..te!" Jfiia JUte k*r but foube Mathbone | CUdwyn c Diana tore hi* hands from about her. 'it's too 1st*," (he said again, and then, breathlessly, "Don'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 June 1932

NEWS — I* Tfc• NMi at t&ym ± <* VOLUKK 41 CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1*32 How Our Farmers May Get More for Their Wheat Judge L. Gough Made Ringing Speech Friday Judge L. dough, of Amr.rillo. one of the best posted men In the South on just how Farmers are ROBBED out of all profits on their products, made a most Interesting speech at the District Court room In Claude last Friday night to a good audience. Judge Gough was introduced by Judge Syd P. Mathews, who stated that the speaker represented "The Farmers' Protective League of A- merica". Judge Oough, throughout his interesting speech answered no less than two dozen questions asked by farmers and others in the audience. Among other things Judge Oough said: "The Farmers Protective League of America, a trust estate, is or- ganized to solicit and receive funds to bring suit in tjie proper court to test the legality, or illegality, of exchange domination of our prices of farm products. This exchange method o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 June 1932

■LJL* ANNOUNCEMENTS . Claude News la authorised the following can- far -the office, under which appear, Subject to of The Democratic to be held July 33rd, .-At-Large: K. WARNER For Representative 133 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK H. K. STANFIELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD VLOYD H. WILSON 8YD F. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDOE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES - TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT .Ft* County and District Cleric: CHAS. W. STEWART Fer Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAOWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE R. C. BENTON TOM COLLINS For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: j. c. Mcdowell. . o. m. james For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGOINB 1 W. H. HAMBLEN. r '* Commissioner Precinct No. 4 W. P. BENNETT C. M. BRYANT THURMAN HAVINS ALFRED WILSHIRE. Another big rain fell here Mon- day night. If this keeps up we will soon have moisture to let. :0: The Farmer being disc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 June 1932

ilH BH ■ ■ j? • fcfg. , '.; 5® V -: T:yPT" *KB '-'v *' ' '' ' Srepufe. THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS « MUST DECIDE THE FATE r OF TEXAS RAILROADS • THE WELFARE of Texas and Texana has gone and will always go hand in hand With the welfare of Texas railroads. Their dependency upon each other Is absolute. In 1929 Texas railroads gave employment to 82,956 em- ployes, to whom they paid annually $126,674,543 in sal- aries and wages. In 1930 this number decreased to 70,739 while the payroll declined to $109,892,226. In 1931 the number of employes fell to 57,098 and the payroll to $89,505,918. i This represents a decrease of more than $37,000,000 in purchasing power in Texas communities. There has been a corresponding decrease in purchase of materials and supplies by Texas railroads. The ability to have main- tained railroad payrolls and purchases would have been a very important factor in overcoming the present trying economic condition. The decline in railroad payrolls and purchases is due only in p...

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