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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 June 1932

m " <::'S V1 ~ * •. • f s*v "•■>• • vvi. ' .• K . *' ' . . s 1 [*" ' fc .; •■ • i * •>' "V •.:TP • pA*"f.*• #>o3- .*'. s • > " MAGIC CARPET OF TRADE The Home Newspaper DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE ... Perhaps you have a fine stock of goods of exceptional value. Perhaps it is quoted at extremely moderate prices. Your windows may be more attrac- tive than any in town. But who knows those prices if you don't mngigfrnt- ly advertise them? What proportion of your trading area population passes your windows when compared with the great number of prospects that The Claude News talks to every week?... The Claude News is the favorite home newspaper of every resident of Claude and has been increasing almost con- stantly in circulation and advertising lineage for years, he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 June 1932

t mm mmmmmmjjmm jjfiSjjj fijj &.*r. 8 mm* mOtAL tnm jg>. bad. TtWWRITER. in Al to Nil « ONLY $36. PhoM M and buy a real Typewriter didn't you My you'd |tv« m a Uia II I would you same spring leaves to bang In the room? Teacher—Ye*, I did: Jimmy—Well, here's the leaves, and I've sold the kiss to my big brother for 80 cents. -CALLING CARDS— For Miss or Mrs. Either plain, or pannel of the beautiful leather finish also punnel; 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 PORTED NOTICE Thia Is to notify the public that *11 of the J. A. Pastures are potted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c NURSE TELLS HOW TO SLEEP SOUND, STOP GAS Nurse V. Pletchcr says: "Stomach gas bloated me so bad I could not sleep. One spoonfull AiUerika brought out all the gr.s and now I sleep well and feel flue."—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 June 1932

INDUE* LLION YEARS i W ^BRUC im SAVING FACE A friend was telling me about Big Business in China. No man ever is discharged there, he said. If it becomes neces- sary to remove an employee the boss arranges to have a friend tip him off. The next morning the doomed man appears in the boss' office. "My uncle in the most remote province of the Chung River is very ill," he explains. "It is necessary that I should go to attend him." The bosj assumes an expression of distress. "Why, to reach the Chung River and minister to your uncle and then return will require more than two years," he protests. "Nevertheless, I must go." "Noble fellow," says the boss, embracing him. "Do your duty, and though your journey keep you away for years, have no fear. Your place will be kept open for you." The next morning and every morning thereafter the two meet on the street, but there is no embarrassment, no sense of inferiority on the part of the ex-employe. Face has been saved. I remember one of the first me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 June 1932

~ v-'™ Si-it,# ■ •- I ff^' ?r Wj^£mvWKvSk NEWS Wut AdrertWnr *i ■* I M* word will wU have about the place ar thing yon need at a bargafa. Try M In The Newt at only J VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1932. NUMBER «L Armstrong Co. Tax Payer's League Organized June 15 Armstrong Co. Tax Payer's League Meet i A number of our citizens met Wednesday night and organized what is called The Armstrong County Tax Payer's League, by electing the following officers: J- T. Chrlstaln-Presldent. B. H. Conner—Vice-President. B. C. Wooldridge Sect'y. The board of directors are as follows: J. M. Crain, Newton Har- rel, Jim Oelloway, Charlie Grimes, Elmer Bagwell and Cleo Hubbard. At this time another meeting was called for ALL TAX PAYERS to meet at the court house in Claude Saturday at 4 p. m.. June 35 th. This organization is non-partlson, Non-Sectarian and has for iw abject the reduction of taxes. The Organization has invited Wilbur C. Hawk, Manager of The Amarlllo Dally New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 June 1932

ANNOUNCEMENTS Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which tfcatr names appear. Subject to * the action of The Democratic Mawry to be held July 23rd, . ————————————— hr Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER ifcr Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK H. K. STANFIELD For Associate Justice Court of Civil Appeals: PERRY 8. PEARSON For County Judge: P. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WIL80N 8YD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. Por Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDGE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON BAM H. SMITH " E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT por County and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART Por Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY who voted against' thai for roads and schools wW step Bonn BUI the laat few I coming In. Lands that formerly m M* Por Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE R. C. BENTON ' -TOM COLLINS Por Commissioner Precinct No. 2 J. C. MCDOWELL. " O. M. JAMES For Commissioner Prec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 June 1932

For lazy liver, stomach and kidneys, biliousness, indi* gostion, constipation, head* ache, colds and fever. 10< and 35# at detlerv but from task of brain. If ttaow who in tat powsr, snd hive power to do w, «k> not uae their brslns to provide opportunities for men to earn s decent livelihood, they may tee their superhuman organisation crumble and (all. SPECIALS for Friday and Saturday f msui Personal > Miss Josephine Aldrldge was s visitor in Panhandle last Friday. Doris Aldridfe was an Amarlllo Shon>er last Mooday. Miss Ruth Hitchcock was ths guest of Mlas Jimmy Jo Woodburn last week. J. O. Vineyard Is warUng Is. Uie Gulf Ct&Ucn lu UUiui ucw A few young folk* from Amarlllo were plcnlrling at Cwnp William Warner Cuufcv twain* The seouM of Troop, 17 Claude, enjoyed the wrestling match at Amarlllo last Tuesday night. There were only 41 scouts present and we fesl that those that went should meeting next WANT ADS CALLING CARDS— For Miss or Mrs. Either plain, or pannel of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 June 1932

miii Million years IBY M. AYRf S WUc Nature created Frightfulnen in PENNSYLVANIA UP from die buried sands of die Devonian Aee, formed millions ofvears before even these frightful monsters lived, comes die Bradford-Allegany crude oil of the Pennsvlvauia District—the crude which Sinclair refines into Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. Bradford-Allegany crude is Pennsylvania's costliest crude. The extra price which Sinclair must pay for every barrel of Bradford- Allegany crude results from its remarkable lubricating quality—a quality which was established by the perfect oil-forming conditions in the Devonian Age, enhanced by a hundred million years of filtering and mellowing. Ask to have'your oil changed to Sinclair Pennsylvania— die year-round Pennsylvania grade motor oil, de-waxed and freed from petroleum jelly at as low as 60s F. below zero. Sinclair Crennsylvania MOTOR OIL From ike coitlirit fennaylmnio grade crude Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY C. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

.. . • > • s • ... - .... V-. , ;> • ... 'v II '*■¥ MI|. , II. iwww> ww — I n ■ ip i II,II OTSt Wm Try It la Tha Nm nl mteh ' VOLUME 41 NEWS = CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 1, INS. r { A Armstrong Co. Wheat Farmers Hauling Wheat Armstrong County Wheat far- mers are now busily engaged cut- ting. thrashing and trucking their wheat to market. The rush is not what It was last year, but the price is quite us low. Tiie wheat pit gamblers of Chicago, having set the price our farmers are ask to take for this year's crop. The price is on the de- cline instead of going up to a live and let live price. We do not blame local buyers for the LOW PRICE They do NOT set the price on wheat. Following are the names of some of those who brought in wheat during the past few days: E. T. Bug well, J. C. Bagwell, Bruce Cobb. Chas. Bagwell, Bud Bagwell. Ralph Bagwell, C. H. Bag- well, Ida E.' Dye, Delton, Dye, Bill Dye, Mrs. Will Dye, Horace Dye, Buster Dye, W. H. Hess, J. B. KUdlema...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

ANNOUNCEMENTS Dm Ctaude Newt to authorised Ift *—■« the following can- Matee lor tte office, under which Hnlr names appear, Subject to «• of The Democratic Mmt) to be held July 23rd, For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER r Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK H. K. 8TANFIELD For Associate Justice Court of Civil Appeals: RRRY 8. PEARSON Foe County Judge: P. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect Par Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. G. (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 For Tax Assessor: -MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct J. M. HOWE R. C. BENTON TOM COLLINS No. 1: For Commissioner Precinct j. c. Mcdowell. o. M. james No. 2: For Commissioner Precinct J. M. SCOGGIN8 W. H. HAMBLEN. t No. 3: Commissioner Precinct No. 4 W. P. BENNETT C. M. BRYANT THURMAN HAVINS ALFRED WILSHIRE. TO prove that President...

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

"LIVE AT HOME" Mn. Phebe K. Warner. Found* of Texas' First County rxlwflmi Started the Slocan that ia To-Dey's Answer to the Depnaalan Big Springs Herald, Big Springs, Texas. r 4- i - 4 * tlon came about, said Mrs. Warner, because she was lonesome. A study club had been organized in Claude By O. ft. P. Whether circumstances make men or men make circumstances Is still an unanswerable question; but there arises, ever so often, a person whose life plainly made circumstances,__ whose personality has stamped itself on the age so that the consequence of his—or her —deeds will go marching down the years even when the personality has ceased to exist. Such a person is Phebe K. Warn- er, prominent rural worker, and candidate for congress-at-large. who was the chief drawing card at the political banquet staged by the Me- thodist missionary societies Friday night. Any woman in Texas could have done the marvelous thing that Mrs. Warner did. It was so simple that probably a hundred woman won- der...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

MM Vr Iralfe-* jj5 1 ' . - v-*\ '' OF TRADE 14 The i Home Newspaper aaBMMw maasonon DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE ... Perhaps von have a fine stock of goods of exceptional value. Perhaps it is quoted at extremely moderate prices. Your windows may be snore attrac- tive than any in town. P«ui who knows those prices iJ you don't consistent- ly advertise them? What proportion of your trading area population passes your windows when compared with the great number of prospects that The Claude News talks to every week?... The Claude News is the favorite home newspaper of every resident of Claude and has been increasing almost con- stantly in circulation and advertising lineage for years, helping to sell mer- chandise successfully for the most progressive merchants of Claude. It is a M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

.•• .;«v ■ _!'• 4 ' j ii * ■' WHBAT WANTED—I have 33 ptf* to trade for wheat. Writa J. U BUTLER. Box 110, Leila Lake, Tew. 44-p WANT TO TRADE fifty Purr Bred, blood tested Rhode Island Reds hatched last of May foi FRYERS on market price bases Mrs. H. L. Mobley, Claude. 1-t-r 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 SI R. E. and the Mm W. Puekatt In POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that ail of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c NO SLEEP, NO REST, STOMACH GAS IS CAUSE Mrs. A. Cloud says: "For years I had a bad stomach and gas. Was nervous and could noc sleep. Ad- __ lerlka rid me of all stomach trouble and now I sleep fine." Ounters Drug Store. DR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

A HUNDRED MILLION years! k. While monsters muddied PENNSYLVANIA waters THE Bradford-Allegany crude oil which Sinclair refines into Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil was already ages old when monsters like these came into being in Pennsyl- vania. Much of Nature's priceless mellowing and filter- ing period had already passed even then—for Bradford- Allegaay crude was formed in the still-earlier Devonian Age, tfcat wonderful age in earth's history when oil- forming conditions were most perfect. Before making it into Pennsylvania Motor Oil, Sinclair de-waxes Bradford-Allegany crude and frees it from non-lubricat- ing petroleum jelly at as low as 60° F. below zero. Ask to have^our oil changed to Sinclair Pennsylvania, mad* ioo%.from the costliest Pennsylvania grade cru e. NCLAIR . vein id MOTOR OIL From the eoitlieit Penntylvania grade crude °0+(' C. Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) ____ SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY 7 C. F. Farrell, Agent, Claude, Texas CHEAPER ICE Ice at our dock now s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

■ i' > !P* wCTifc- ■ ■ HEif K" vi-. ' ; i'3aiu«5fi - ;.M . _ ECTION VSl -•> • - sat? ,->■*• V ;$*•.'• iilK 11N 1r< .."'-'-Mid- WANT AOS at eat? * • sell MBttUu far caak. y«a kavaafcaat tk« place « brtof r* nBttHn jni ml at a feargala. Try H ia The Claade Newa at ewly te par warl VOLUME 43. - CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1932 NUMBER 44 put him (nx the guard house , private until well th anks, captain, but that will be IMPOSSIBLE , vou see,i'm here with hiho WOW GOING TO THE TEA- DANCE WITH ME AFTER THE REVIEW ? hi/vs WHAT ARE VOU going to do 9 MUSTER MILITARY acaid>TBMV " "I I'ilililMl ^7 my goodness, ^ such arrogance I HUH, IF THAT FRESH CAPTAIM THINKS HE CAN GET ^V\jAvv/ VWITH THATi well, he's taken care op — now, xvl meet vou right after the review and we'll go ;to the tea together ho mistaken jgMF '< $ ' S s get in step- one,two, one two ^ hiho, don't the cadets look wonderful, all lined up in company front ? what a spectacle' X FOUND "THE ke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

rshL >«* «**'*4 ' v'.' in 1«T2, white stationed *t fiajTi Raws,, about 66 IXU sMdters of my regiment received "*■ orders to go to Texas, round up a hard of cattle and drive them to Kansas. Cattle were very cheap in Texas at that time. All through the seventies and eighties enormous herds of cattle were driven over the trail to points on the Kansas Pacific Railroad, where they would be loaded on cars and shipped to Eastern markets, chiefly to St. Louis or Kan- sas City. St. Joseph and Omaha were also big cattle markets, but they were generally supplied from the'Wyoming or Montana ranges. Abilene, Kansas, was the main shipping point for quite a while and there were often as many as 50,000 head of cattle at one time scattered for miles up and down the K a w river, awaiting shipment to market. Of course, most cow towns in those days were more or less hilarious, but the tendency in that direction was frus- trated at Abilene, Kansas, by a city marshal whose name was "Wild Bill" Hickok....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

*• I : law Enforcement over the country candidate! are on the stump, and the key- note of every candidate's cam- paign is "enforce the law." This Is by no means a new political slogan. Forty years ago candidates were seek- - 4ng votes with the same cry, and have (done so at every election since that ftlme, yet candor forces all of us to ad- |mit that there is no better enforcement )of the law now than there was half a century ago. And why? I dislike to i«ay it, but it is true nevertheless, the people do not want the laws enforced. Furthermore, most people are law- breakers. I would not dare say this to one man, but it is safe to say it to all men. David, the sweet singer of Israel, «mployed the same strategy. Warrior though he was, he probably would not have singled out a strong-muscled, hard- fisted six-footer and called him a liar, but he boldly declared all men liars and got away with it. To be sure most men are in favor of the enforcement of some laws, but who can say from his h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

iiilfe." I I ii £ \ i I I mj> and fifty miles tu II twenty-eight hours/ "ito «OE& MADE IN TEXAS In spite of the fact that Texans use fttore eotton-chopping hoes than the people of any other State, there is not a factory within the bounds of this great commonwealth in which cotton hoes are manufactured. This discoverey was tpade by an inquiry of the Organization known as "Progressive Texans." PARK DEDICATED TO WORLD WAR VETERANS A park was dedicated to the memory of World War veterans who made the supreme sacrifice by the McKinney Garden Club a few weeks ago. The park is a plot three miles south of McKinney at the crossing of high- ways. The park is a beautiful plot of ground and it has been further beauti- fied with flowers and shubbery. In the center a memorial shaft, the gift of a McKinney citizen, is to be erected. The shaft will contain the names of. the fifty-five boys who fell while fighting in France. POWER SECTION OF GREAT IRRIGATION PROJECT FINISHED The power section...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

.A 4-. ■Xvi 8CHRCINER INSTITUTE The School for Your Boy A fully equipped, modern Junior College and Acad- ;my for boys, located In the Heart of the Hills of Texaa, a land of scenic beauty. Invigorating climate, irholeaome surroundings. Experienced faculty of men who understand boys. Small elaiqes, with individual attention stressed. Special ettthing. Limited enrollment. . fur fHM of Hlfh Bchaol work, fully accredited by gtatt M«k if Macallan and Southern Association. Two ynri of Collcvo work. M«*b#r of tho Association of Texaa Colleges and American At- •Mltlon of Jultr CoIRn*. Pr^NMIcili Pro-LtW, Business Administration, Engineering. Teacher-Traininf and Academic coaraea. A Janior College of the Firat Cloaa. - For cataloa and pictorial bulletin addroaa J. J. Delaney, President, Box 6 KERRVILLE, TEXAS A Jokes to Make You Laugh It Made Hia Med A farmhand Was complaining about his employer's wife. "I was settin' at the table the other morninV he said, "ah* she says to me: " 'Bill,' she...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 July 1932

I?; wl XXJt I 9ae pounds. mLl' inland wool reported sales of than 16,000,000 A. P. Stone, a farmer liv- ing east of Muleshoe in Bailey county, raised ten acres of winter wheat un- der pump irrigation last season. The yield was 44 Vas bushels of very high grade grain to the acre. Mr. Stone also had 130 acres of wheat grown under rainfall con- ditions. This field made an average yield of 25 bushels to the acre. At Post, Garza county, is located the Postex Cotton Mill, one of the finest all- sheeting mills in the coun- try. About 2,600 five-hun- dred pound bales of the highest grade cotton grown in that section of the State are used annually. Every week about fifty bales of cotton are turned into something like 23,500 pounds of yarn. The pro- ducts of this mill are fine quality and find a ready market. The movement of onions in the Laredo area, which lasted about one month, brought about $1,000,000. A few shipments were made later. Prices during most of the season remain- ed around $2....

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

of our BfAUMTmiT t IN PARA1TNG only alight Mention Wm Hi ft. CjShftw, Boat* I, But TUBES ■urveying t small tract of land on which 25 trees had /been planted In the posi- tions indicated in the accompanying illustration, the civil engineer discovered how eight lines could be drawn to inclose each tree on all sides. How can this be done? Answer to Last Month's Puzzle: Circus Act—The solution of the four riddles, reading from left to right are: Seal, Trapeze, Animal - trainer, Ring-Master. The initial letter of these spell STAR. DEAR FRIENDS: Now that the sum- meO|U? in full swing, how busy wo arc. Don't you think that there are many inter- esting things to do? I hope most of my read- ers are spending their. vacation time in the country. Summer time, out-or-doors and chil- dren go together. Are you watching the little birds build their nests, feed their young and then teach them to fly? Have you ever risen very early, just as the sun is beginning to paint the sky with red? Did you ever...

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