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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

i « A V I < * X f -a c c • I woman tni *•_ of age. The mother ichild wh married when the waslS and became a mother at the aft of 14. The grandmother was mar- ried at the age of 12 ,and became a grandmother at 28. The great grand- mother was married at the age of 13 and was a great grandmother at 49. DAVID CROCKETT'S HOME A BARN The original home of David Crockett, in Tennessee, we are told, is being used by a tenant on the old farm as a barn. The home, which is situated in West Tennessee, was built of hewn poplar timbers, and is said to be in a fair state of preservation. The old farm is but a few miles from the line of the county which bears the name of Crockett, and the name of the county site is Alamo. GAP IN HIGHWAY NO. 5 TO BE PAVED Announcement has been made that a thirty-four-mile gap of State Highway No. 5, in Armstrong county, will be paved immediately, and that steps are being taken to continue the paving across Donley county. The two gaps are the only breaks in the pav...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

W v ufa;*- wwrk in current fiscal States Bu- reau ol tne Biological Survey in connection with the Texas k A M. College Extension jce resulted in anestimat- ^ to farmers and oth- of the State of more than $200,000, as shown by the re- port of L. C. Whitehead, lead- er in this work. Mr. White- head's headquarters are at San Antonio. A total of 114,866 pounds of bulk bait, 2,934 pounds of liquid bait and 6,985 pounds of carbon bisulphide was ex- posed in treating 307,000 acres, in native rodent con- trol and 66,911 premises in rat control. The work included treat- ment of 183,483 acres in 57 counties in prairie dog con- trol, 9,630 acres in 14 coun- % ties in ground squirrel con- * trol, 63,924 acres in 44 coun- ties in pocket gopher control, 3,660 acres in three counties in cotton rat control, 2,980 acres in two counties in kan Karoo rat control and 43,413 acres in 12 counties in jack pqMiit control. Norway and black rat con- trol was carried on in 61 towns and 51 counties, in- cludin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

... KstX JRW I f I 1 I I I < i 4 C. C. Barrows, demonstration club of Wichita county, reports that she had one- fourth of an acre in dew- berries and blackberries this year that produced 433 gallons of fruit. She can- ned 383 gallons, gave 50 gallons away to friends, sold 87 worth, and prepar- ed 202 quarts of berry acid. She also reports having sold 112 gallons of straw- berries from a quarter-acre tract. Values of cotton exports from the United States dur- ing the first half of the current year was much larger than during the same period of 1931. Three important textile items ac- tually increased over the first six months of the peak year, 1929, while increases in other items ranged as high as 167 per cent for tire fabric cord, 96.8 per cent for bleached sheetings, and 91.7 per cent for flan- nel and flannelettes. Per- cales and chambrays show- ed an increase over the 1929 peak. Prices paid by American farmers in March of this year for implements and other equipment were low- e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

t ■ 1 WHEN AUSTIN WAS SB- ICTED CAPITOL OF TEXAS In February, 1839, five men who had been named commis- i9pera by President Mirabeau mar, to select the site Capitol of Texas,, halt- ed on the banks of the Color- ado river and looking out on the level space beyond which were violet-crowned hills, said, "Behold the Capitol of Texas." For $21,000 these men pur- chased the rights of 7,735 acres of land from H. C. Hor- ton, J. W. Burton, William Minifee, Isaac Campbell and Louis P. Cooke. In their re- port to President Lamar the commissioners explained their reasons for choosing this site for the capitol, and the report read in part as follows: "We have traversed and critically examined the coun- try on both sides of the Col- orado and Brazos rivers from the upper San Antonio road to and about the falls on both these rivers. We found the Brazos more central perhaps in reference to actual existing p'tylBJation, and found in it and its tributaries perhaps a greater quantity of fertile land...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 October 1932

Is 8 I TEA Choic«st Orange Pekoe *nd Pekoe Guaranteed by this famous signature 1 'Jest r\J W' i k./ • A CAN IODIZED OR PLAIN 10* aytumtk ii all it eoets me to enjoy the ▼err belt salt made! It never choices saltcellars In damp weather...and it protects mr youngsters from simple goi- ter. lake mT adrice and insist on getting the blue can of... morton's salt WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS > TEXAS WATERWAYS GET $2,195,600 ALLOTMENT An allotment of $2,195,600 for Texas river and harbor projects from the new ap- propriation of $60,000,000 carried in the War Depart- ment appropriation bill for the present fiscal year. The New Orleans-Sabine river sec- tion will receive $765,000, and the Sabine river - Corpus Christi section $485,000. Oth- er allotments are: Sabine-Netches waterway $425,000; Galveston harbor $23,000; Galveston harbor- Texas City channel $45,000; Port Bolivar channel $8,000; Freeport harbor $65,000; Aransas Pass-Corpus Christi channel $115,000; Pass Caval- lo channel $10,000. Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 October 1932

VOLUME 44. AUDE NEWS mi CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT 14 ,1932. Dist. Court For Armstrong Co. Oct. Term, 1932 The October term of District Court of Armstrong county will open next Monday Octobcr 17th, 1932. The Grand Jurors selected for this term of Court are: H. Barkis, Guy Burton, R. L Combs, B. W. Kerrick, Val Leycock, Juck Mahler, H. C. Puftord, Cleo Hubbard, Walter Donald, M. L. McGhce, M. L. Crownover, H. L. Sterling, J. M. Bennett, F. B. Doshler, Lawrence Bagwell and Oscar Brunson. Those selecting the grand jury, or Jury Commissioners were: F. N. Bishop, W. P. Mennett, and J. T. Christian. FOR PETIT JURY FIRST WEEK W. P. Clark, Frank Bagwell. Rudolph Campbell, J. F. Brown, J. O. Green. C. M. Bryant E. E. Burnett, J. C. Hilton, H. W. Kirk, L. V. Dunn. Ed. Rodgers, J. F. Taylor, J. L. Pufford, C. C. Thorn- berry, C. H. Wincompleck, J. W Puckett, J. W. McClure, J. J. Justice, Robert Lewter, C. M. Bnimmett, J. N. Neely, Ray Swof- ford. A. L. Palm, Alton Scoggins. W....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 October 1932

Sir** M« DStL THE STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY GREETING: You we hereby commanded that by publication of this writ tor twenty days in a newspaper regu- larly published In Armstrong coun- ty, you give due notice and cita- tion to all persons interested in the Estate of S. B. Scott deceased that Mrs. Beulah Scott, Executrix, has filed in the County Court of Armstrong County her final ac- count, with application for dis- charge, which application will be heard on the first Manday In No- vember, 1933, being the 7th day of November, at the Courthouse in Claude, Texas, when and where such persons may file their ob- jections thereto, it any they have, said return date being the first day of the November term, 1932, of said Court. OIVEN under my hand and the seal of said Court at my office in Claude, Texas, this 10th day of October, A. D. 1932. Chas. W. Stewart. ' Clerk of the County Court, you oan am your ^ _ .A tu maun. «wout Maine Dr. w. A. :0: JOm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 October 1932

W * WW* Ad. at ONLY ^ word, «U1 aril for CASH « ■ you do not need, or brine you something you do, need. i TYI he; TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can good Equity Bond typewriter at ONLY 36 cent* a hundred sheets, cut >tt by U Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. 6 6 6 LIQUID . TABLETS • SALVE Clici-k Malaria in 3 day*, Cold fir«t day. Headache* or Neuralgia In 39 minutes. Sl-tf fitiO SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Moat Speedy Remedies Known. Mr. and Mm. Stt Hood an now domiciled In the (Ml McMUrry Howe. Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Howe visit- ed Amarillo Mends first of the week. us la raj? Dont target to have your tary or Bsporter write up thess meetings, AT THE TIME THEY OCCUR and send or bring them In Immediately alter the meeting. 8. A P. BRIDGE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith were business visitors at Amarillo Mon- day last. On Tuesday, September 27. Miss Alma Blanton very delightfully en- tertained the 8. A. P. bridge club Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dye an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 October 1932

Mill Bag:. i + -W* •If". (Democrat) > (Republican) to den the tick*, but Mall to The Claud* AMARILLO GREENHOUSE TKLKPHONE 2-2239 NIGHTS MM) OR 5421 MS TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS We fHUl Delivery Charges on Orders of fSM or More.' PALO DURO FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo ANNOUNCING The Opening of Our NEW SERVICE STATION First Door West of JfUl House at Claude. We carry that Good Gulf Gasoline. High grade oils and greases. Crank Cases drained. Repair flats. We are soliciting a part of your patronage. Prompt Service. J. W. Strider, Service Station TO THE PEOPLE OF CLAUDE TRADE TERRITORY We would like to have your cleaning and pressing work. We have cut our prices with the thought in view of present conditions. We want to serve you and stay in busi- Johnnie The Taylor *#S ::>4> A MAN is as old—or as young— as his organs. At fifty, you csn lie in your prime. Why go along with "fairly good health when you might be enjoying vigor you haven't felt for years"? There's a simple little...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 October 1932

. . • . • - . " v. V' - |i il'-f" K i :• m 1 • 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 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 Magic Carpet of Trade...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 October 1932

CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS MiAT, OCT. * . IMS. VOLUME H Mustang's Sec- •ad Conference Game In Corral In The District Court, October Term Of 1S32 Doing Their Stuff Now By Atom T. Rmi 11 : '■% I 1 1 ■ B r ■ A October Term of District Court opened up Monday morning with Hon. Henry S. Bishop and coart Reporter Herman C. Winter pres- ene. Criminal docket October Term 1933. State of Texas vs: Manley Ozler charged with drtvlng while Intoxicated. Stale of Texas vs: L. C. Tho- mas charged with Burglary. Came to trial last term of court. Thomas was later killed In Oklahoma. State of Texas vs: John Hash charged with Burglary. State of Texas vs: Wyane Hun- sucker, charged with theft of pro- perty valued at over 150.00. State of Texas vs: E. E. Jlvlden, violation of liquor law. CIVIL DOCKET W. M. Muller vs: Sanger Bros et al Trospass to try title. Goodnight Independent school Dlst. vs: John E. Roach, tax suit Goodnight Independent School District vs: Cleo Norwood, and I. R. Brummett. tax sui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 October 1932

pV : AMQcywqH THE STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY GREETING: You are hereby commanded that by publication of this writ for nty twenty days In a newspaper regu- larly published in Armstrong coun- give due notice and cita- all persons interested in ite of S. B. Scott deceased that Mrs. Beulah Scott, Executrix, —'O: Out old-time friends, «r p. $. Gilbert, called Tueeday .sad •!*- newed m auMertptlan:-.to; the Tim* Honored for anottwr yepr. We thank you moat cordially. Mv" OUbart, and hope Uy qicantl' Panic, now on, wiU gently fade Uke sparkling dew before .the Morn- ing sun by the time Franklin D. Roosevelt la Honorad with the Presidency of This" Good Old U. S. A. .. ,—:0: HOW TO' VOTE THE DEMO- CRATIC TICKET STRAIGHT: When you come to first column on this ticket, just leave It un- touched. and then draw two or three lines from top to bottom on column 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 .and 8. To do otherwise might 'causa the bat- lot to be mutilated; Read the Nine St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 October 1932

to vMt> • few day*. . ... Out KM* to (peiXtaf • days in Oaigroo with rtlattft* ToEST'wS3f< Montaf uid wwJHt, Bra. Dor- rUh this mffinttnn Sunday ot the meath. Mr. and Mrs. Ohfcrlto BaglwU hate moved Into their town home tot the winter. Mrs. W. I. Brady and daughters MMt Madt* and MUdred «Me Amarlllo shoppers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Bagwell atad family visited Mr. Bagwell's brother In Llttlefleld last Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Brady spent a few days In Pampa last week with I Mr. Brady and the boys. Mrs. M. L. Smith visited her daughter, Mrs. R. E. McQueen, in Amarlllo last Monday. Leon McFarland and son Jlmmlc of Panhandle visited homefolks hi Claude Saturday. rett saeh the unemployment problem to being solved in this vactnlty for a few days at least as Ideal weath- er prevails which permit* farmers to put their wheat crop* In and alio gather cotton and feed. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson and children and Mrs. Dee Wilson and Mrs. F. O. Wilson spent Sunday In Amarilk) with Mr. and Mrs. R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 October 1932

t£ *. T. Bagwell (hipped to eattie to buu City. M ItL Hogtolatt « of aheap to Kumm City. Mr. Hughlatt alio (hipped two can of hoc* to other markets Eddieman and Wincompleck ■ .shipped a car of cattle to Kansas, -jetty. somewhere to Ha cotaana. The man who doea not advertise hia business doea an tajuatioa to him iclf end the town. The life of a wn depend* upon the live, wide ake and liberal advertising bus-' O. T. Brummett shipped a liuss man "—THE AMERICAN of cattle to Kansas City. BANKER'S MAGAZINE WANT ADS Bruce Cobb shipped a car ol cattle to Amarillo last week. L. C. Cobb, A. L. Cobb, Hugh Reed. R. A. Campbell and others sold five cars of cattle to MI« Dantw, Oct. H.—Pour from Armstrong county are among the 1180 Students registered for the fall term at Texas State College for Women (CIA). The enrollment represents 1M Texas counties, eleven states and three foreign counties. All four of the students are from Claude. Ocrola Scott, freshman home economics major. Is the daughter of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 October 1932

$ PSs&S Roosevelt, (Democrat) Hoover, (Republican) ham to sign the tlcke, but Mall to The Claude mssoisoooooiseiseseseesesiesetseesieisMfsooro I Th« TiiM'Tnitd News WW nOGr Right from Washington, D, M «• you alow* with YOUR CHOSEN HOME PA? |v a favorable arrangement we are able to send you that ON reliable family weekly. The Pathfinder, In combination With this paper, nt a price never before equaled. There is nothing like The Pathfinder anywhere— nothing equal to it at any price. Over a million people take it. and swear by it. It takes the place of periodicals costing several times as much. News from all over the world, the inside of Washington affairs— the truth about politics and business, science, discovery, personalities, pic- tures, stories—and no end of fun. Call at our office, see samples of Pathfinder and order this club, or send the amount by mail. News, information, entertain- ment for a whole year. Two papers every week: your favorite local week* ly and the most popul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 October 1932

.- . . -r, <t t.C u:m .it".,' '• [Rc'H - X • • -• •: CLAUDE NEWS Waal ten ikoat the place ar Mwynni thine r « bn< Bt • tarpk ttf • in Tha Neva it only t eanti t Mti rOLl'ME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 1932. Ninon i Lions Club Has Promi- nent Visitors The Lions Club met Thursday at the Methodist church and enjoyed one of the best programs and din- ners of the season. The meeting was called to or- der by Vice Boss Lion J. M. Hill and the meeting was turned over to Lion Rev. J. A. Russell who led the Club in some real snappy songs for about five minutes which put the Lion spirit in those that didn't already have it. Business session was dlspenced with in regular order and the Guest of the day was introduced. William M. Peck, from Con- corlda, Kansas, was in the city -attending court and was the guestt of Lion Chas. W. Stewart who in- troduced him. Mr. Peck is a fin- ancier and has loaned lots of money in Armstrong county. The —--subject of his talk was, "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 October 1932

Bpar mat or M II ' I i A<i ■llil— Hnrnnii ■ HUBS ASSOCIATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY GREETING: You are hereby commanded that by publication of this writ for twenty days in a newspaper regu- larly published in Armstrong coun- ty, you give due notice and cita- tion to all persons interested in the Estate of S. B. Scott deceased that Mrs. Beulah Scott, Executrix, has filed in the County Court of Armstrong County her final ac- count, with application for dis- charge, which application will be heard on the first Manday in No- vember, 1932, being the 7th day of November, at the Courthouse in Claude, Texas, when and where such persons may file their ob- jections thereto, if any they have, said return date being the first day of the November term, 1932, of said Court. GIVEN under my hand and the seal of said Court at my office in Claude, Texas, this 10th day of October, A. D. 1932. Chas. W. Stewart. Cleric of the County Court, Louit A. Joh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 October 1932

. C#1 K In its columns. The matt who doea oat advertise his buslnese dots an Injustice to him self «id Uw town. The lift of a town depends upon the live, wide- awake and llbaral advertising bus- iness man."—HUE AMERICAN BANKER'S MAOAZINE. WANT AOS SHOE HOSPITAL Phone 7010, 518 Taylor Street, Amarillo, Texas. Half soles 75c. Rubber heels free. 7-tf m SB WANTED—One Hundred Pairs summer shoes to. chance to win- ter shoes by Dying them Black for 25 cent per pair at the City Shoe Shop.—W. H. Giles, Prop. 7-tf A want Ad. at ONLY 2-cents a word, will sell for CASH something you do not need, or bring you something you do need. MEN WANTED to conduct world renown Rawleigh Home Service business In or near cities of Claude, Canyon, Clarendon and County of Swisher. Reliable hustler can start earning $35 weekly and increase rapidly. Write Immediately. Raw- leigh Co., Dept. TX-195-S, Mem- phis, Tenn. 1-t-p 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE Clici* Malaria in S days. Cold first day. Headaches or Neural...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 October 1932

p IttSPECIALS . SO and 60 Watt Li«ht Globes SPECIAL FOR ^■gfsATURDAY 10 qt Heavy Enameled Steel Buckets. wm John E. Quarles Company 11 !*• i Th« Timt-Tnitd News Woo Katntinoer Right from Washington, D> lo L offoroJ to you olon9 with YOUR CHOSEN HOME PAP By a favorable arrangement we are able to tend you that old reliable family weekly. The Pathfinder, in combination With this paper, at a price never before equaled. There is nothing like The Pathfinder anywhere- TW CuMil h nothing equal to it at any price. Over a M lug. 1 million people take it and swear by it. It 1 takes the place of periodicals costing several "n>M as much. News from all over the '• inside of Washington affairs- bout politics and business, wery, personalities, pic- •d no end of fua. aee samples of 'er and order ib, or sand the ' mail. News, n. entertain- whole year. every week: local week- ut popular 'kly — 104 /Mr ONLY I .75 >c TO THE ABOVE RATE . tOPLE OF CLAUDE TRADE TERRITORY We would like to have your...

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

h try || la The Km ni grew bjr leapt mmsbm CL NEWS 7M BMi at • to The Ntn at only I VOLUME 44. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOV. 4. MM. NCI Phone Mana- ger Visits Us October 29. O. E. Bauman, of Memphis. District Manager of The South- western Associated Telephone Com- pany, visited with the local Tele- phone Exchange force and a num- ber of Claude people, Saturday. Mr. Bauman is district manager over a large territory, and says his company wants to give the very best of service, and put out something worth the money as well as taking In money at every ex- change. Mr. Bauman's idea, as presented to the News Editor, is that a Telephone Company should put out a service so satisfactory and deserving that the public will subscribe for said service without a kick, knowing that the Tele- phone Company or local exchange Is Interested in the town, and that said Telephone Company must go up and down, with the rise or fall of every town they operate in Therefore, it is to the finan-...

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