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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 September 1932

£§WfK |p| ;• J l > 1 on t* At i |St UU4;i HUai:-!! ■•- TEXAS LEADS Texas leads all Southern States in: Area, population, productive power, agriculture, crop acreage, crop value, livestock value, number of farms, cotton gins, cottonseed products, mineral products, sulphur, petroleum, gas, car- bon black, gypsum, sand and i gravel, cement, railroad mile- age, new railroad mileage, highway mileage, highway construction, motor registra- tion, number of airplanes, air- ports and landing fields, elec- tric power production, paid- in bank capital, individual deposits in national banks, education, outlays for new school buildings, school en- rollment, new insurance busi- ness written. FIRST MAN TO BUD PECANS IN TEXAS A feature of the meeting of Texas Pecan Growers, held recently at Llano, was the presentation of a gold medal by the members of the association to E. E. Risien, of San Saba, a pioneer pecan grower of the State. Mr. Risien was the first man in Texas to propagate pecan trees s...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 September 1932

■;.•$' . :V " ■ '• s ■■ 'r W^'WWtWM . . WVMM 4 - ks s t V 1 I ■>/ wrt win sell nmWh tar mm Isn aboat tki ptoee ar M« thing you ami at a kaigali t Tn n in The News at only t eaM VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT i w 1932. Nnm^. t Congressman Jones Made a Masterful Address to Crowded House Congressman Jones Makes A Great Speech Speaking to a crowded house Tuesday morning. Congressman Jones made one of the best po- litical speeches Claude has heard In a long time. Mr. Jones' speech follows: Every government Is founded on certain definite fundamental prin- cipals. Policies may vary widely but principles do not change. Our government was not builded In u day. Much of its foundation whs based upon knowledge gained from the experience of other na- tions and other peoples through the centuries. Nothing worth while just happens. It Is all a process of growth. In the early days of mankind there were three forms of gov- ernment. The oligarchy, in which a few self-appoi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 September 1932

pqw. ^wnninnii THE STATE OF TEXAS. TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- . STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY, GREETING. B. C. Wooldridge, Executor of the Estate of Claude J. Adkins, De- eeaaed, has filed in the County Court of Armstrong County, Texas, his final account of the condition of the said estate of Claude J. Adkins, Deceased, with his appli- cation to be discharged from said administration, and you are hereby commanded that by publication of this writ for at least twenty days In a newspaper legally published in Armstrong County, you give due notice to all persons interested in the account and final settlement of Said estate, to file their objections thereto; if any they have, on or before the October term 1932 of said County Court, commencing and to be holden at the Courthouse of said County, in Claude, Texas, on the first Monday in October, A. D. f#32/ being the 3rd day of Oc- tober, 19J2, when said account and application will be considered by the Court. ; GIVEN under my hand and the steal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 September 1932

— Reasonable. - Pour with bath. All eanven* lenees—Carl Appling. l-t-p ALL MAKES of Radio repaired by expert technician work guaran- ^ teed Harman Radio Co. US East **4th, Amarillo, Texas. 4-c TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity .Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8*4 by 11 Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE ('lurk Malaria in 3 days, Cold tint day. Headaches or Neuralgia In 30 minutes. 51-tf «•« SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Most Speedy Remedies Known. POSTED NOTICE Thia is 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 prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-C SHEEP FOR SALE Several hundred head of good w three year old Rumbouillet ewes. Can sell in 100 head lots or more, and can make credit terms for part of amount of purchase price on approved secured note if purelias...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 September 1932

w< hafPlfrood Fruits, Vegetables and with plenty of pure lake care of your needs jine, delivering promptly at:: door, and it costs jno more. "THE ! IS THE THING," and when ; J you make an order for -Groceries from : our stvoe you are assured of the LOW- EST POSSIBLE PRICE. Visit us of- : ten and make yourself at Home. PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" i'iMiintttttTttj BARGAINS We Have Recently Reduced Our Fur- niture Prices. 50 t0 60 Per Cent This applies to every thing in our store. We are determined to reduce our inven- tory, and^ to do this are offering our furniture at a price we know will move it. You need no longer by cheap furni- ture, as we can now sell you quality fur- niture at a cheap price. $80.00 bed room suite, 4 pieces $38.50 $110. Mohair Living Room Suite $52.50 $15.00 Pull Up Chair : $5.95 This is just a sample. Don't fail to come in next week, and let us show you the bargains we have all through the store. Make our store your headquarters while you are attending the T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 September 1932

CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. SS, ISM. Panhandle Panthers vs. Claude Mustangs Sept. 30th Mustangs Open The 1932 Sea- son Sept. 30th. The Claude High School Mus- tangs are rapUtly getting into shape Tor their first encounter of the season with the Panhandle Panthers, Friday, September 30th, at 3:30 P. M. The Qame will be played in Claude. This is the first time Pan- handle has been to Claude since 1929. . Hie Mustangs are showing up well in all phases except block- ing, though through constant ef- forts Coach Carter hopes to have one of the best blocking teams Claude has ever produced. The team is being built up a- round veterans such as Massle Holman, Smothermon, Blaine, Lew- ter, Brannon, Waggoner, W. Bag- well. and Goodger.> The above boys are. carrying the fight but their's hopes of re- cruits showing up well. Panhandle is reported to have as usual a strong team and you can rest assured that both teams will five all they've got. The prices have been .slashed In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 September 1932

Sf fi§; gHBJ|!P, j, year—|1J9 I, ysar tuo MMtteRwwMinBl ^ he3s association THE STATE OF TEXAS. TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY, GREETING: B. C. Wooldridge, Executor of the Estate of Claude J. Adkins, De- ceased, has filed in the County Court of Armstrong County, Texas, his final account of the condition of the said estate of Claude J. Adkins, Deceased, with his appli- cation to be discharged from said administration, and you are hereby commanded that by publication of this writ for at least twenty days In a newspaper legally published in Armstrong County, you give due tastod. How different tt ia to * few years back whin moat of thai* ware kicked off, shot at and other- wise maltreated when they tried to ride the freight trains. But 8 million tramps, under this Hoover Regime, have some weight, Buddie! :0: Our Own Senator Tom Con- ley, voted against the Soldier's Bonus. Our Soldier Boys and THEIR MANY FRIENDS will like- ly remember this when Mr. Conley bobs up fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 September 1932

c . Into bouM. OKIT TWO DOUARI A WBK If taken at OKOE. tM ' ir.' —rr- ChiM kindergarten OJm o- 1#.—Le Nettle VP Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Durrett and children visited Saturday with lira. Durrett's parent#, Mr. and Mra. K ALL MAKES of Radio repaired by expert technician work guaran- teed Haraian RadK> CO. 115. East 4th, Amarlllo, Texas., 4-c TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity 6and typewriter paper at ONLY 25 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8^ by 11 inches, regular typewriter site. Buy your typewriter paper at the'printing office itytd save money.- | 66000 acre ranch, highly Imporv- wmivu ■ innw^, w. hw ■ . ed. splendid grass and water 300 Fletcher, near Leila Lake, Texas. acre farm, good highways, Webb' - County, at bargain, on easy terms. 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE Check Materia in 3 days. Cold first day. 'Headaches or Neuralgia In 30 minutes. 51-tf 066 SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Most Speedy Remedies Known. without cattle. Wonderful hunting and- fishing preserve. An excep Friends here ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 September 1932

. ','K* EEpfiffii vi thanfcny oth-! house, and invite you to see is prepared for Friday and: j. We have specials every day week, Specials that surpass any- Grocery House, and when you; visit our store you are assured, not only of the freshest vegetables, Fruits, Etc.; but the price will always be LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE. When in need of QUALITY FOODS Phone us and same will be delivered; NO EXTRA CHARGE. PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" AMARILLO GREENHOUSE TELEPHONE 2-8239 NIGHTS 2*M3 OR 5426. MS TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS We Prepay Delivery Cturret on Ordera of $3.00 or More. wm n n i mo DURO FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo 'ti rites of STER EXECUTIVE" Spying • wfck-to-wcck intpiriiion far the Iwy-burdmcd whg will find THIRD SECRET OF SUCCESS Having gathered together his organization, there remained for Jesus the tremendous task of training it. And herein lay th third great element in his success—his vast unending patience The Church has attached to each of the disciples the title ol Saint an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 September 1932

NEWS VOL Via 44. claude, armstrong county texas, friday, sept. 30, 1938. a •• *x,v.tk •*s t A' •5*. jS? Jm t Wurt AInrtMi ■ word will wO km rtirt tlx thine in need tt a In The New* at only S Try m NUMBER 4. $300,000,000 to be Turned Loose; Should Help Finances a Little Do You Want To Borrow Some Money J. T Chrlstaln has been desig- nated by Wilbur C. Kawk, President of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce, to serve as Governor R. 8. Sterlings repre- sentative In the preparation and submission of Claude's application lor funds out of the $300,000,000 provided by the federal Emergency Relief and Construction Act of 1932. The West Texas Chamber of Commerce has been charged by the Governor with the responsi- bility of naming the chairmen in each town and county in its ter- ritory and assembling the appllca- lions from the towns. The directors of the affiliated towns have been named as chairmen. In unaffiliat- ed towns, the Chamber has named others as chairmen. Already application blanks a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 September 1932

mm the lttta Is In the (Unction of the Opan A AjaoqAT** STATE OF TEXAS. TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY, GREETING: B. C. Wooldridge, Executor ot the EeUte of Claude J. Adklns, De- ceased. has filed in the County Court of Armstrong County, Texas, hi* final account of the condition of the said estate of Claude J. Adklns, Deceased, with his appli- cation to be discharged from said administration, and you are hereby commanded that by publication of this writ for at least twenty days In a newspaper legally published in Armstrong County, you give due of the Communist de- mands, as set forth In the New York state platform, are: Unem- ployed insurance for all workers "to the full amount of their wages"; state to build workers' homes and rent them at cost. and to furnish free food, clothes and school supplies for the children of the unemployed; payment in full of the veterans' bonus; pay- ment in full by government of all deposits in closed banks; full social, economic ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 September 1932

mkrnm 4th, « -a wmmo npuna work guaran- Oo. IIS XMt 4*C TtPtWRim PAPER—You can buy good Cquity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 39 cents a hundred ahrtte, cut Stt by U Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. umi r««r 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE Check Malaria In 3 days, Cold lint day. Headaches or Neuralgia in 30 minutes. 61-tf t;«B SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Most Speedy Bemedies Known. POSTED NOTICE This is 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 prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-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 DR. W. M. CURL * DENTIST •17 FISK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAR'XLO, — TEXAS DRINK WATER WITH MEALS GOOD FOR STOMACH Water with meals helps stomach Juices, aids digestion. If bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 30 September 1932

to ffi Roonwlt, (Democrat) Hoover, (Republican) not ten to algn the tlcke, but Matt to The Claude issstiMMMMMSMMMMMMMMMMMSSM Save Every Dollar You Can j When you can save on your Grocery Bill fii*i at the tame time buy the very best market affords in NEW, FRESH, CLEAN, HEALTHFUL GROCERIES, that it your duty and privilege to do to. We ttake our reputation on both thete statements, LOW price and Freth Goods. No fresher goods can be had anywhere and the price is ALWAYS LOWER. PAUL HOOD'S "QUALITY FOODS" OM MOOOOOO 00000 0 0 00* OOOOaO 0 0 0000 > apBoooooaooessssssxsxssxxsxass^^ AMARILLO GREENHOUSE TELEPHONE 2-2239 NIGHTS 20603 OR 5426. AMARILLO, 605 TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS We Prepay Delivery Charges on Orders of $3.00 or More. PALO DUR0 FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo 4-H Club Girl Champions at White House The four style-review winners in the 4-H Club show at Chicago last year are now enjoying the national tour then awarded and are here shown with President Hoover at the White Hous...

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

BE . r——* -1 " — m M . W ~= f> Mmu Am far «■ af fe* tot Try it In Tha N<wi uri pw br • mr. - *;§I1I t-t ■ <••_• v •;•%- £*■*_ •/•>*.• <* *■ *i ' ■ HEWS VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 1132. 'fjPSPS NCMm L 4 State Money, or Tax Money, Must be Spent More Economically State Expenses Must Be Reduc- ed Says Graves Austin, Texas, October 7th.— Completion of 75 per cent of the extensive work Involved In the ex- amination of the 151 district agencies of the Texas State Gov- ernment, Including hundreds of proposed recojnmendatlons for re- ducing expenditures, simplifying or- ganization, and replannlng activi- ties was announced here by Harry N. Graves of Georgetown. Mr. ^ Graves Is chairman of the Joint Legislative committee on Organiza- tion and Economy, authorized by the State Legislature in 1931, and his committee met in Austin Thurs- f day. The full committee was present, Including Chairman Graves, Pen Carl C. Hardin of Stephensvllle, Sen. Grady ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

4th of nrat ywr. 1U> found gutty Meorttav to Uw km k (mh. It kimlirtill Um of Mm kML But ms If ha did Wfb Tariff advocatas and the kin his wlfs or a neighbor, b* MONKY rows* to the tune which has a right to mutate hit aim wm BMMte la thla editors ears. lifs aa an tndMdual cttiMn If you foiled to haw Our Nest the law snuff* out hlo life Preetdentl speech, you miaoed a cauee of rmre treat. :Oi- STATE OF TEXAS. TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY. GREETING: B. C. Wooldrldge, Executor of the ■Mate of Claude J. Adklivs, De- ceased, has filed in the County Court of Armstrong County, Texas, his final account of the condition of the said estate of Claude J. Adklns, Deceased, with his appli- cation to be discharged from said administration, and you are hereby commanded that by publication of this writ for at least twenty days In a newspaper legally published in Armstrong County, you give due notice to all persons Interested in the account and final settlement of said est...

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

00. ill but 4-« and Personal 1'iwmium FARR—You cut buy food Bqulty Bond typewriter w at ONLY cents ft hundred iheets, cut IH by 11 Inches, regular typewriter alse. Buy your typewriter at the printing office and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White of Dtamltt returned to hie "Old Hone Claude, ta*t week. Horace Dye, operated on tor appendicitis Sunday, u reported to be making a good recovery. w. u. % rOC BUSDRM KM ION The Society was opened by the Presldmt After all business was disposed of, Mrs. oarrett talked op the study course and appointed hei committees to help conduct thf Foreign Mission Course—beginning on regular study day, October 19. The Monthly Outlook program tor next Wednesday is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Clayton White and u,5ter_1Mrs- J- E Weeks. Leaflet children of Amarlllo visited with Woman s Wol+ in Chins- 1st. Mrs 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS • SALVE (.'berk Malaria in 3 days, Cold first day. Headaches or Neuralgia la M minutes. 51-tf CM SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Mest Speedy Remedies K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

MR (MtlenO r,(R«puWe«n) ten to sign the tick*, but Mall to Tt Claude fcX 1«006%%100000B «f %XWt DEPRESSION PRICES! We want you to know that our stock it now priced in proportion to the timet of t to-day. Every article is guaranteed to be fresh, and of the highest quality. We can only prove this by your calling on us and looking our stock over, of which we are sure that you will not regret. Eggs are going Up every day. Call in and ask our prices before jelling. See our Fresh Line of Fruits and vegetables, of unusual High Quality • and. LOW PRICES. C. R. GUYN GROCERY AMARILLO GREENHOUSE TELEPHONE 2-2339 NIGHTS 20663 OR 5426. * AMARILLO, 605 TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS We Prepay Delivery Charge* on Orders of $3.00 or More. PALO DURO FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo ANNOUNCING The Opening of Our NEW SERVICE STATION First Door West ' of JtU House at Claude. We carry that Good Gulf Gasoline, t Hljh grade oils and greases. Crank Cases drained. Repair flats. J We are soliciting a part of your p...

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

want am at mfy u ■ war* wa Mil M««tUac far tuk TN havaabavt tha pile* or briar 7« MMtkhf jn aaad at a bat-gala. Try it la Tba Claada Nawa at anly 2c par vari J rOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1932. NUMBER 6. LITTLE MARY MIXUP Trade Mark. 19.12. Ree. I?, s. Pit. Off By R. M. BrinkerhofF 7 I A 4lerae coMta MA^i- •SME rtUWA^S WANTS *Tb PLA^ pooT QAH. VJiTti US- *./ ^ET 4ic>e _ N^E CQoMT Y/AMT ) f HER PAA^IMG- VJiT*4- OS - AteE Vou ? ?*> rrr 1 \tosi g-oih(s- •To FooT 7^AL.l_ wrrrt FATTY ^NC> Ti(jrc4 © mmwma TTfb^ VJ& -£>e>MT ^AKi<r,_ ^ER. -PlaMIVJC- STA^ ■^ERE -AMG aHe. <2A>4'T PlMb US MArsH, "foot ri^uL. is MOT A LITTLE. <?lt?L'S Cr-A^e. - iT '-S "TOO Bou&ii - - Vol) Mit54T <5-e.T 4ota-T - ro *. AW- I \/<> NstoMT \ / -HureT- J^ 'y^k. JO. o +a cx. mr^ TBHSiD eS-FArTV AMO T3UTCH 13iG- t^oVa - i^pVoiJ -PLA^/ ,THeV -4avis ,o PLA^ eAS>VLI^G Oj4- Uk!E WAVE •laV W/rt 'EM J Js. vjem , I THcxse i3i£ BoVs ■prctepera. ...

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

Th of Hl| W« 87 R. K. PHILLIPS r «*• II 11m Catar MM M ]EN who knew Sam P. Newberry of Weatherford, Texas, in the daya when it took courage to ride a horse straight ahead without turning back, will tell you that this pioneer and Indian fighter faced death many times in defense of the settlers of West Texas. Sam Newberry was born in Franklin county, Tennessee, April 24, 1846, of a sturdy family that had furnished many leaders in the South and Southwest. His grandparents came from Alabama to Tennessee, but another branch of the family lived in South Carolina, where a county and town are named for them. It was in 1859 that a small colony of Tennesseans, including the father and uncles of Sam P. Newberry, decid- ed to move to Texas. They came in covered wagpns, and were two months making the trip from Tennessee to Big Valley, on the Brazos river, in Parker county, Texas. During the overland trip of two months young Sam, 13 years old, received a liberal education in out- door life. He le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

MEN T ' Bye-Bye 8mmr iLD summer left us on the twenty- first of last month. He had play- ed a star engagement, and when ■ —— he paused for applause after com- pleting his work the people were so still chat a snow flake falling on soft ground would have made a noise like a trip hammer on a tin roof. All were glad to see summer leave the stage, and there was no encore. Now there's a tang in the air and a glory in the Autumn sky. We may be glad to see summer again some time, but we must first forget the scorching, baking and roasting that at- tended his recent long and fierce en- gagement. • * • Columbus Day Four hundred and forty years ago the twelfth of this month the Genoese navigator first came to the shore line of the Western hemisphere. He was a native of the Western shore of Spain, was a seer of visions, and with only Hope for a pilot had sailed away into the sunset. He returned in the after days to tell of a new world and a strange, weird people. But for the dreams of this navi...

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