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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

•4HH| L „ JL AXpOAVON ANNOUNCEMENTS Par Itepreeentative 123 District: X*. K. 8TANPIELD M 00* Mtf km to the polling plMM la The gate iw^ih would pay off all national deficit tor yean to cam* and the money revised from the * ena conoeaaion at the ringside would make pas- sible the canceling of all European debts without imposing an un- necessary burden on the American taxpayer. Go to It, boys! :0: "And God Blessed Him There",! was the subject used by Rev.. Wilkins, who is holding a revival, meeting assisted in song service, by his brother Pastor Wilkins of. ail men and women could be led to think the thoughts of this prophet every difficulty would fold up SOMETHING SIMPLE / wish to ask that no more Plans for solving the economic situa tion be sent to me. My quota is completed; ny files are full. M* medal decision to retire from Plan Reading was reached sortv time ago. An earnest gentleman with a gleam in his eye got in anyhow the other day: He asked me to read a'buok in which a new pr...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

ton— One Alamlte Orease Oun, Large Site. Reward. 8eq Pete 48-p 1 Urte prJoa* WANTED TO BUY—Old watches Old Odd - Clean any watch for $1.00.—J. M. Daniel, Watchmaker 117 Kast 4th St., Amarillo, Texas. 48-p TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut S xk by 11 Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. EPILEPSY— EPILEPTICS! —De- troit lady finds complete relief for husband. Specialists home-a- broad, failed. Nothing to sell. All letters answered. Mrs. Geo. Demp- ster. Apt. G-26, 6900 Lafayette Blvd., West. Detroit, Mich. 1-t-p PERMANENT WAVES We give you Guaranteed Per- fect Permanent Waves, Complete. Bt ONLY $1.95 to $5.00. FREE soft water shampoo with each 50 cent Finger Wave. Post Office Beauty Shop, second Door North of Post Office Amarillo, Texas.—Mr. and f Mrs. Ewen Operators. 49-c alotabs L IRAQk M Artft NCQ, For lazy liver, stomach and kidneys, biliousness, indi- g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

, Guaranteed, per lb. . . lc per basket 26c per gal 33|c per gal per gal , No. 2 can, each Juice, per pint all flavors, 2 for i, good ones, each . - l Wafers, per lb. idles, dried, 3 lbs. for . by the piece, per lb. rger Meat, per lb. J W. T. Fox hat moved in with us to buy your cream, and chickens, at the highest market prices. . 46c . 34c - 7ic . 14c _ 15c _ 19c 17£c _ 25c . 16c .. 8c ^PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" NYAL COUPON SALE THIS sale features deep cut prlcea and special free often •a every day drug necessities ... a selected list of seasonable NYAL home remedies, medlcinals and toiletries which will ap- peal to thrifty shoppers . . . excellent values which will induce you to fill your medicine cabinet with tooth pastes, antiseptics, creams, lotions and similar aids to better health. During this sale, you will receive a coupon free with the pumhasc of any Item advertised. This coupon entitles you to a chance on one of the twelve prises which you will see on In our window. Bel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

MAGAZINE vVk: L jtme. Try it aai yaa O ^iwm by Imp* u4 CTION NEWS WANT AM at Mir fc • ward vfli Mil eaaathiag far cask yea kn >i t the place or briaf 70a aoBathlag yea need at a barfaln. Try it ia The Claude News at aaly 2c par ward. VOLUME 43. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1932. NUMBER 49. 1 E I. LITTLE MARY Trade Mark. 1M*. Rett. U. S. Pat OB (4© s A 5Vjei_i- •pj-Ac £ To +VAV1? OUfZ. S—>■ ViMI^liMV! AT T+|o se. pokKs comiM& A-S+forse iSlGfVT V/+fei2.e I'M -SV/immin' 'v-. to. ^ ** C3 O-M - u-o o i< Pokl< s/ X Pe>uMT> 50^& K1D'.S CLOT+4-e& -M-A>4Cr/MG- tfEfeE oH A- Tieee _ ? c >? JtVu Tost ~TO 6V/I ^t^OUKlb ISLAM O -TUrtT 7 i iiftooe^T *T^'c>sSli *1% / CLoT^ES rtLOMC- -T^fe-V SONT Tiei-ONC-- ^ T^oo^- ^4-eV ve rrosT^ raeeAf u£^r T^eee ~yr ZJy /?. M Brinkerhoff —AND 'ra-e tl-AViM6- T^eira "Picnic, soppere -leiertT viflEise. x t 44uMG- <"W clothes, ^V"\ ->V ! *f)4-eV 'tse &AT1NC- A L_©NC='TiMe _I'^\ csi-C) - AMD X s...

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

ltd fcr Mm Odw Mat Ok) JISTOEIANS concede that about the most desperate and decisive battle fought in Texas between Indians and white settlers occur- red in East Texas, July 16, 1839. A large contingent of the Cherokee tribe of. Indians had migrated from Arkansas to East Texas, locating their main villages in what is now Rusk and Cherokee counties. For a while the tribe got along peace- ably with the few white settlers living in that part of the State, but as more settlers came into East Texas and built homes the Indians became restless and resentful and began committing outrages against the whites. This situation continued until mat- ters reached the stage where there were clashes and more or less friction and antagonism between the whites and the Indians. Mirabeau B. Lamar, who was Presi- dent of the Texas Republic, having fail- ed in his efforts to persuade the In- dians to better observe peaceful rela- tions with the whites, issued an ultima- tum to the Cherokees to the effect t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

<• ■ i$s£8:'' COMMENT BUJ!±0^ The Llgtnlng Bod FEW days ago, while in a remi- niscent mood, I scanned the pages of a paper I attempted to edit _ many years ago. In the volume of 1912 I noticed an account of the death of John Cole, at his home in Mis- souri. John Cole obtained a lead-pipe cinch upon fame through his invention of the lightning rod. It had been some time since my mind had drifted lightning rod way, and I had not even missed the rods and their lavish ornamentation from the homes and barns scattered over the country; but when my eyes rested upon the item telling of the death of the originator of lightning rod, I looked about me, and lo, the rods were gone. The fear of lightning made many of my youthful days miserable. I had heard much of the work of the subtle fluid, and in fact had witnessed the killing of two cows by it one spring af- ternoon while the storm king raged, so whenever lightning plunged its keen rapier into the bosom of the sky or clouds and streaked th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

i u « m and determined who for knowledge. Misa Tina Lou Wallace, who is totally blind, was awarded the Bachelor of Arts degree by the University of Texas in June. Miss Wallace received more, applause when her name was called for gradua- tion than any other of the 684 young men and women who received degrees. DEER PLACED IN PALO DURO CANYON Eleven deer have been released in Palo Duro Canyon at a point about twenty miles southeast of Canyon City, under orders of the State Game De- partment. The deer were taken from the Kerr- ville country in fulfillment of an offer of the State Game Commission to place deer in the canyon. Residents of the section hope that some day this will be a State park. MAY BUILD GASOLINE LINE FROM WICHITA FALLS With the intention of reducing th$ freight tariff to Northern and East- ern points approximately 2 Ys cents per hundred pounds, a group of independent refiners in the Wichita Falls district are considering the construction of a three- inch gasoline line t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

f'M mmmmm sr. Jokes to Make You Laugh SCHREINER INSTITUTE The School for Your Boy A fully equipped, modern Junior College and Acad- smy for boy*, located in the Heart of the Hills of Texas, a land of sccnic beauty. Invigorating climate, wholesome surroundings. Experienced faculty of men wlio understand |>oys. Small clauses, with individual attention stressed. Special coaching. Limited enrollment. F—r yearn of Hifh School work, fully accredited hy State Depart- af Education and Southern Association. Two yearn of College work. Member of the Association of Tnia College* and American As- sociation of Junior College*. Pre-Medical, Pre-Law. Ru^lnen Administration, Knrinretinc, Teacher-Training end Academic coanei. A Junior College of the l iritt Class. For catalog and pictorial bulletin address J. J. Delaney, ('resident, llox 6 KEKKVILLE, TEXAS ONE-YEAR LAW COURSE BOOKS FURNISHED ENROLL ANYTIME-2-YEAR COURSE FOR BEGINNERS. Every Scholarship is good for life. Read and Remember 3 times &...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

jk^W #:h w k afc yon mu NY At TM t a ehi M Ft M: M <1 75 * • H N *SOSSS eld valu AM* We Call III \ 4T.HS df tren and small by more than 600 demonstrations club meoibors. The Muenster cheese plant and the Co-Opera- tive Creamery at Gaines- ville together paid out a total of $580 daily during the month of May to the farmers of Cooke county— a pretty good sum to get in cash every day, even if the prices were low. Grimes county is mak- ing a test of trench silos under the direction of County Agent W. I. Ross, with headquarters at Nav- asota. The tests so far have been satisfactory. There is practically no cost in the construction of a trench silo beyond the la- bor of the farmer in dig- ging it. At a session of the State Livestock and Sani- tary Commission held re- cently in Fort Worth, it was given out that at least 145 more men would be employed for the enlarged program of tick eradicu tion work begun last spring, in fifteen South and East Texas counties. It is expected that Texas ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

|p '3 *■? r- If fir£' • ' w w- M'f* ■ S^J*' | psmm wmm, Pi Boys and Girls By AUNT MART PUZZLE IN PICTURES PUZZLE YES' NA1 . OF NAMES a certain Cather- ine there were pres- ent with their wives lix men, each of whom followed a different vocation. They were a lawyer, a baseball player, a dancing mas- ter, a shoemaker, a clergyman and an up- holsterer. These six men hap- pened to form a group, just as people often do at some social af- fairs, and their con- versation finally drift- ed around to their wives. In extolling the charms of his wife and her ability as a house- keeper each man men- tioned the first name of his helpmeet, as a result of which an amazing co-incidence was brought to light. It was noticed that the first name of each man's wife very readi- ly suggested his voca- tion. ■fVith this clue how ^t/ckly can you find the first name of each of the six wives? H-M-Ut. W. V. Ctakta. Momf 1 Wioaa, Tw *#• W I# W. lS-11—Mrs. lUrjr AnwM, MUea. To- " ' Wright, MarrwUta. l(S Waafciac...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 August 1932

M f nva yam I ck U r K s I t 0 I A fryyagaa moe cUl Vftltl $ Xm 1 OTHER'S COCOA It's i refreshing, coding, invigorat- ing hot weather drink. OUR MOTHER'S COCOA also has many other delightful summer uses—in chocolate ice cream, chocolate pies, cakes, icings, syrups and custards. Threa handy aiiea—Vi lb., I lb. and 2 lb. BUY A CAN AT YOUR GROCERS TODAY. E. & A. OPLER, Inc. CHICAGO, ILju. BROOKLYN, N. Y. WHEN HOUSTON WAS TEXAS' CAPITOL More than seventy-eight years ago about this time of year, Houston, now Texas' largest city, was mourning the imminence of a consider- able loss in prestige. The capitol of the Republic of Tex- as was about to be removed to Austin. Houston had en- joyed that distinction for about three years, but the in- adequate capitol, the mud and unsanitary conditions caused an agitation for another site. Austin finally was chosen, and about the middle of Septem- ber, 1839, the archives were located on wagons and started on their long journey north- ward. Preside...

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

Y V" " { *; 4%<$m W.t NEWS ■I a Ik NMM it ftri VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 12, ISM. Jim Deaton Brings in Sia- mese Cats Jim Deaton brought to Claude Friday of lost week Siamese Twin Kittens, but they were dead. These Maltese Kittens, a male and fe- male, were Joined completely from the middle of the body up to the neck. This male and female com- bination in Maltese kittens, had four complete fore feet and legs, also four complete hind feet and legs or legs enough for two com- plete kittens. They were perfectly Joined together from the neck down to half way on the body. There was only one head, but partially two mouths. They were I'Aorn about 8 o'clock Friday morn- ing of last week, from a thorough- bred Malteses cat belonging to Mr. Jim Deaton, one mile west of Claude. , This is such a freak by way of a combination of male and female Siamese twins, that Dr. Wamer has placed it In Alcohol and it will be preserved by the Boy Scouts, so they may place it i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 August 1932

nating candidates Another Farmer assured us, Sat- urday, that he Is wearing a HOO- VER BADOB, on the seat of his breeches—a patch of poverty. :0: -.-rrufiSS. J®EJ EMbU scramble .for toft has brought the world to a bhghUcc bankruptcy, «nii mom of the gold gang them- selves are crying aloud for help. Our country should adopt Senator Wheeler's bill to reinstate silver as standard money. It would at once double the value of silver here and Boys, Its hard sledding. Isn't it? In Mexico, Central and South Newspapers that carried 10 to 18{America India and China. Make pages of news and ads before the [them our commercial friends, dou- Depresslon, now advertise on the, ble the purchasing power and the first page every time they can world would move toward a better put out a 6 to 8 page paper. This future. >w«i— Adwtiainf Rnnmwh« *•*: AMCPIfAN POP5S A««Ori ITVW ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative 123 District: H. K. STANFIELD For County Judge: SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For Sheriff And Tax Col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 August 1932

11; t To tnda flat mlllett hay for good vgrtt bone*.—Joe Krtoan, Lark. Texae. l-t-p - IH-e i K SHOK HOSPITAL—Half solei und heels only 11.00 and up at 618 Taylor street, Amarillo, Texas. 48-tf WANTED TO BUY—Old watches Old Gold - Clean any watch for $1.00.—J. U. Daniel, Watchmaker 117 East 4th St., Amarillo, Texas. 48-p TYPEWRITER PAPER-You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8V4 by U Inches, regular typewriter sice. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. PERMANENT WAVES We give you Ouaranteed Per- fect Permanent Waves. Complete, at ONLY $1.95 to $5.00. FREE soft water shampoo with each 50 cent Finger Wave. Post Office Beauty Shop, second Door North of Post Office Amarillo, Texas—Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Operators. 49-c Mis. Ma* Nlcxell of Los An- geles. California, who had been visiting her small ion, William Edward In the home of his Orand patents was called to the bed- side of her tether. W. O. Walkup, Long Beach, Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 August 1932

ifp . ECIALS !!! SPECIALS "l K i h • Be sure to watch our windows Satur- day for specials. We will have some RED HOT bargains in the Grocery line. Remember we were the first to LOWER the price of Groceries in Claude and will continue to do so. The man who sells you goods cheaper is your friend. PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" | SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Pride of Amarillo Flour 79c SPUDS 10 pounds 15c PORK & BEANS med. size 6c POST BRAN, each 10c STEAK """loin" Per lb. _ \lxkc ROAST Per lb 8c HAMBURGER, per lb. 7£c Dressed FRYERS, each 39c We now have The Claude Produce in the rear of our store and will pay High- est Price# for Cream and Chickens. CLAUDE MERCANTILE Phone 120 We Deliver j Phon< 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 State Bank lit AMAKII.I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 August 1932

-'Ay > z ■ NEWS ) VOLUME 41 4- in ml at m la The Km it «o|j t *n « CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. IV, 1932. The Armstrong Co. Highway to be Paved Real Soon Hard Surfaced Roads Through This County Donley County now has new and double distinction. When the Arn.3trong County Commissioners Court voted unani- mously to furnish the right-of-way to the highway department and receive a paved highway through the county with no charge against the county whatever, Donley County became a single, isolated, proud, but unterrlfied county on Highway No. 5, to be holding up the completed road in the Panhandle. Armstrong County had received the same generous offer from the Highway Department tliut ha.'; been presented to the Donley County court several times, and the action there Monday means that construction on No. 5 through Armstrong will begin at once. The route is South of the Denver tracks throughout the county with a probable variance in the town of Claude. Divisional Engineer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 August 1932

r, peer.—$IJ* PRESS >N m. i SEMtto fiwlp Afrtiwn RimimMln H". AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCUTtON ANNOUNCEMENTS For Representative 123 District: H. K. STANFIELD older than the Eighteenth Amend- ment. It wltt remain if the latter U repealed. Railroads will keep the ban against labor that um in toxicants. Newspapers will not be printed by drunken craftsmen Whatever happens to the llth A- mendment, there can be no re- peal of the busineM and indus- trial measures for safety first. :0: "Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap", is Just as true in the Spiritual world as it is in the physical world. Be careful what you sow. :0: The larger trucks killed over 300 people in Texas in 1931. These 5 ton, 10 and 20 ton trucks also damage the paved roads without paying taxes sufficient to re-pay one-fourth of the damage done to the highways the people built. The damages done to these high- ways fade into insignificance when For County Judge: 8YD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For 8heriS And Tax Collector...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 August 1932

b > A > A - O DO YOU KNOW THA Hw plMt planned tat the roaet la the vacant qim aero* the ■treat, north of the Methodist lonage. We we to meet Wed- nesday evening not later than ■even o'clock. Each family brine enough chicken and bread, pickles, salad or anything suitable for a picnic lunch. Also plate, fork and spoon for each individual. Please bring dressed chickens to the par- sonage by four o'clock if pos- sible on Wednesday. August 24th. In order not to conflict with Christian Church services every- one Is requested to be on time.— Reporter. :0: THE WORTHY CLUB Daily Paper Mrs. W. O. Aldridge was hostess to the Worthy Club on Thursday August 12. The rain had made things most pleasant and every member and visitor enjoyed the day. Several of the members were busy canning and with other duties so came after lunch. Qui pieced and games enjoyed. a bridge breakfast honoring her Those enjoying the day were- Dollars go farther today. But talk about buying power! Even pennies go a l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 August 1932

RE • . •■ . r k . *• ' 'jWt; I *fe H a rz-jx&ar .^v^sasmta^iti! The Home Newspaper KAttM^b*«££*era*iC'«gi3i zaasimst DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAK 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 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 progres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 August 1932

4r BUY ft ft* pin— Briton Otftto Company. SO-tf Wanted to buy.—A second-hand gas range.—Mrs. Amy Barnett. l-p. HOSPITAL—Half solei und only $1.00 and up at S18 Taylor street, Atnarillo, Texas. 48-tf TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8^4 by U inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. PERMANENT WAVES We give you ^Guaranteed Per- fect Permanent Waves, Complete, at ONLY $1.95 to $5.00. FREE soft water shampoo with each 50 cent Finger Wave. Post Office Beauty Shop, second Door North of Post Office Amarillo, Texas.—Mr. and Mrs. Ewen Operators. 49-c FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, close In, electric light drops in ever room, City water and natural gas piped into house, ONLY TWO DOLLARS A WEEK If taken at ONCE. 29tf POSTED NOTICE ThU la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecu...

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