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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

I KB- PRESS ASSOCIATION county baa ALWAYS Democratic and «• believe she will not fall The Orand Old Democratic party on November 8th Wben Texas went for Republican Room, 4 year* ago. Armstrong county Stayed with , the party and cart her. yotes for the Democratic Nominee, and stayed with the State Ticket from top to bottom. The Question Is will Armstrong county keep faith and vote her straight or cast a majority vote for the Re publican Nominee for Governor? :0: Mr. Farmer, remember that it takes $1.80 to H00 worth of farm products to buy W.00 worth of farm implements as compared to farm prices before President Hoover was elected to office. If the Republican party will not help farm prices in 12 years, do you think they will help you any during the next four years. That Mr. Hoover has refused to help the farmer In any way during the past four years, Is a statement made by Mr. Frank W. Murphy, a life Republican. Murphy knows and he Is advising all re- publican farmers to vote for Roos...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

IUSI •• «• "VK*1 ■ ** I Wl M1IUI UUUIUU1C I 1 W him-1 slightly used. Must be In good I Mrs. W. E. Brady and daughters, 5j Qf I J *u iW. ITf.li. I . r mi If. .1 J I ^ HI I H JI Are YOTJ going to see the Mus-1 a good SECTION OF THE CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1932 Join < y t ni a t< rlf oi ti fa s. >y i 01 in st f n YOUR RED CROSS NEEDS YOU ■r Aspirin I luwtwrrwatn# country m .. i i I IncrMiInt popularity. I from ihore to Cristobal Panama I met teatunng uiau * lu.Vini-u ihm snnnt. nnt' ditv audi 'oll.l' lliotlf. uvei wir anno i.uiuift | lifted I will Visit the woman members of the I >>" • arp hoge ,hine

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

Itone Democratic and we believe ipoealbly be expected from Mr.|V ®*nory when • very email lad:( oC/1 Stalest narses are taaght Red Crow first aid ud water safety 'v ^5 gKM'fr * JS# f «* hSHTSw.V ! / TO r y A quarter m i 111 o a ton* ol free feed on given to save the livestock of the north we t TIm Amtmm Red Creaa tm aiilima reUel to 3,008,000 leailiee dari | wiater, aerial aad al mi-ieu. Tbia relief iaeladed: z M Croea fear aade fraai Para Beerd wheat, diatribatad fraa la Ban thaa 2.S00.000 laailiee. Gardea aeede to elaat -a eaartor acra, lita iraa to Uie of tnieki was donated and unemployed men distributed free Red Crosi flour in many counties am thaa 315,000 laaillai aeAeal a Poed, cUthiai, iar tfeiMrM ead ether aeoeaeatiee to 3NJN Iaailiaa, iaclediai aid ie aiaial 2,200 Red Creaa Chaptara perliiipetod la pleyamt relief. Mara ware aided br J,US Red Creaa 750 Red Creaa pahlia health aaraaa aada 1435.000 viaitt la eid the aick aad taaah health Theaaaada ol aaaavleyed are Creaa aarae...

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

*4 Of A "MB towlnw In any town should illow a nempaper published fan ate town to bo without his nunc aitd imisimm being mentioned somewhere in its columns. The man who does not advertise his business does an Injustice to him- 1 self and the town. The Ufe of a V. town depends upon the live, wlde- ' awake and liberal advertising bus- iness man."—THE AMERICAN BANKER'S MAGAZINE. WANT TO BUY—1J cans of good ' ans, 13 cam of earn, « quarts Of fruit preserves, ( quarts of canned chicken, I quarts of canned beef. Write Box 316, Claude, Texas. WILL PAY CASH—for small grain separator, or small combine slightly used. Must be in good shape and worth the money. Write O. E. Klnslow, Box 892, Hedley Texas. 10.p WANT ADS SHOE HOSPITAL Phone 7010, 518 Taylor Street, Amarlllo, Texas. Half soles 75c. Rubber heels free. 7-tf I EPILEPSY-EPILEPTICS! Detroit lady finds complete relief for hus- band. Specialists home—abroad, failed. Nothing to sell. All letters answered. Mrs. Geo. Dempster. Apt G-26. 6900 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

■ PER CENT DISCOUNT Mm ANNIE L. SMITH Prop. M te north IM National aOtX1 1 V«g OOOSK^%% «^%'WOOOtW«6<I Booe 8MBa wtwooow^ *% wa ^ TO our ARMSTRONG Co. FRIENDS ill Aararlllo drop In and try one of oar hat plate any time, 7 A. M. to M P. M. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Dn««, Dra< sundries, Toilet Article*, etc., etc. Make oar £ ■tare your headquarters while la Amarille. 5 TED & EMORY BADGLEY Props. Oar. 12th and Polk Street in Vineyard Bildf., AmarUlo, Texas \ \ PALO DURO FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo AMARILLO GREENHOUSE •Scouar iuciu Eighteenth Installment SYNOPSIS; . . . Johnny Bresn, 16 yttrt old, who had spent «U oi his lUc aboard a tugboat, plying around New York City, was made motherless When an explosion sank the boat on which h«, his rnatber and the man he called father, were living. He is the onty survivor, struggling through the darkness to shore. ... At dawn, amid surroundnigs en- tirely unknown, his life in New York begins. Unable to rssd, knowing not...

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

VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1932. NUMBER 10. LITTLE MARY MIXUP Trade Mark. 1932. Rett. V. S. Pat. Oft By R. M. Brinkerhoff AloM -Ho, s-Me is "/our. MAMA 4oMe. 8 5 AT A- ftreioG-izl T-V\f^rV overs A"T* LiHS VjekL., MoW, "THAT io T3AO- I'M c<W-UH& o A ve«V 'pRoHitfeHT K^mes wnrvf T#e N\o=.T VJo^Der^^ui _ c?PP£fi <S oH to i M w ■^r vMaT A^E ^lou oF^eiaiMG- e it s A ISeaotifou cDraAWovi "RaraT'GAiT op tfefe£ et_f= For. A-r3soujT"Ex-V Hc>TUI^G- Wes,^or*. MOTHing-- — >Jic.t= FRoit" "Vcxj +IAVI£ T^rae - fioesS VL ,-iA-<fe A -banana S f= re. e.E Tferaxe a i T! rtu, SM-E. H4A^ ts f-HV ^ora. Ttfe t / v\ 1/ : praee. . aA"*/. I vjio + MoM K/efsE. 4-OME- - r th-iwi/ t'uu &o*o^E,a- AMD ^ET ^512 V X "l^AT S A PIMfc (D€A _ iT '-S A S4AH E, To *r?f'S iSAiae op-PoftuJH irV IO <se.r yV "SEAuTiPUL. 'PorSTfeA)? ABSo^uTed FreEE— ^ >lovJ.tVe«E is A \ eAMPue. -pcxarraAM - ri MT «T -raeAoriPUL • (r^TT o+4 -1 i~ l. <3^ o OVET2. e>E T MOM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

; " ' 1 2 C* I Si h' w T of A b! D D G M S V T Iscxs E o By LOUIE H.HCTBBBT nHckt MM. W tfc* Haw <Mw riM 0*1 NDER the lofty dome of the State Capitol, in Austin, gits an old gray-haired man, wearing a watchman's badge. His name is C. M. Fields and his job is to protect the property of the State of Texas, to see that tourists who climb the long stairway leading to the dome of the State Capitol do not mar or disfigure this part of the building. Many persons like to gather souvenirs and, while do- ing so, some of them will go as far as to cut pieces of wood from the dome's interior. Hence the necessity of main- taining a watchman to protect the dome. Mr. Fields came to Texas with his parents from their Tennessee home in 1852. After a brief visit with relatives in Austin the family settled just over the line in Williamson County. During the Civil War, Mr. Fields then a lad of sixteen, enlisted as a Texas ranger in MacCoy's Company and spent this unsettled period in protecting the peo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

/ -7 - V- ' BPS? • ■; ENf COMMENT Armistice Day NOVEMBER ll, 1932—what means the playing of the bands, the peo- ple in holiday attire, the singing, the dancing and the fluttering of flags? The answer is easy; it is not a time to work, to crave or contend. It is a day for rejoicing and gladness. The day marks the fourteenth anni- versary of an event in the world's his- tory that is epochal, and in its observ- ance we give recognition to the valor of unselfish men and the blessings of Him who holds the destinies of peoples and nations in His hands. Fourteen years ago the cannon's awful roar was hush- ed in Europe and the dove of peace again stretched its white wings over a world which had long sat in grief and terror. We all remember that when the first streaks of purple flashed along the east- ern horizon on the morning of June 25, 1916, to announce the coming of a new- made day, it found the United States of America with an army of only a few thousand men, but when the fan-shaped ba...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

Ml 1 H f m 11 I Hi : \ [ WAGON 78 TEARS OLD A tanner near Roxton, Lamar coun- ty, has a mm that is 78 years old. The wagon wu brought to Texas from Mis- souri in 1858 by a Mr. Piper. It has long hubs and a couplng pole like they used to hang tar buckets on. The wagon is still in running condition. TEXAS FURNISHES 25 PER CENT OF NATURAL GAS In 1931 Texas furnished 25 per cent of all the natural gas produced in this country, although it wasted by dissipa- tion into the air more than it sold, ac- cording to Elmer H. Johnson of the University Bureau of Business Re- search. Mr. Johnson also says Texas is sending natural gas to the equivelant of 2,000,000 tons of bituminous coal to Chicago each year. RAIL LINE ABANDONED The branch line of the Burlington Railway system which extended from Cleburne to Hillsboro has been aban- doned. The rails will be taken up and the stations sold. The line was established in 1904 by the Trinity & Brazos Valley Railroad Company, but was sold several yea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

rWt i mwu in,i.i in 6*aW8KE28,w Hertaherg, of San pnio, haa perbapa the _ kteit collection of circus relief in the world. The col. lection eonaiata of poatera, leitera, programa, heralds and area of noted circua own. 1 performers, aa well as tome of their prized posses- lions. Mr. Hertzberg was nearly twenty years in gathering this collection of circus relics. One of the oldest posters in the collection is that of the Rickett's Show; it dates back to the eighteenth century. This show was advertised to exhibit in Philadelphia, where President George Washing- ton was living at the time, and on the poster is a line stating that "The President and his Lady will honor the circus with their company this evening." The collection shows that the early circus poster artists were by no means the equals of the present-day artists in picturing the glories of the "coming circus." Few thrill- ing pictures adorned the pos- ters of the early days, and thy/ few that were used were not' worthy to be c...

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

L [ m •w MMn ed at Port Worth bu t year than ever before in one year. This year the million mark was passed early in August, and that number did not arrive last year Un- til six weeks later. Four years ago 25 club boys began raising regis- tered pigs in Camp county. The county agent reports that since that time hogs on Camp county farms have increased 50 per cent in l.umber and 25 per cent in quality. While the average loss of young turkeys in Colorado county this year is said to run from 20 to 75 per cent. Marcus Schindler has kept his losses to less than 5 per cent. His investment was an early worming, which he says kept his losses under the figure named. Texas rice production for 1932 is estimated at 8,601,- 000 bushels, which is 2,- 052,000 bushels less than was produced in 1931. Louisiana leads the States in the production of rice, followed by Texas. Arkan- sas and California in the order named. Disgusted with the low market price of frying chickens the farm women of Titus coun...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 November 1932

—J— PART or WOMEN'S LABOR W DECLARED VOID Court of Criminal Ap- recently held a portion of the law which was enacted leveral years ago to prevent wotyen from working more ine hours a day, or an fifty-four hours a week null and void, on the ground that the specific sec- tion of the statute did not fix a penalty for violation of the tct. The court granted a motion for rehearing, set aside a judgment remanding the rela- tor and ordered the relator dis- charged in the habeas corpus case of a citizen of Harris county. The defendant was charged with keeping women laundry workers employed for more than fifty-four hours weekly. The prosecution was ordered dismissed on the ground that the specific sec- tion of the statute applying to the complaint did not affix a penalty. The law provides that employers shall be sub- ject to prosecution when they require women to work more tlRta/nine hours daily or fifty- four*.ours weekly. The San Antonio man, who had been fined fifty dollars, applied to th...

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

X* [ F u S | p 2 « 4 By MM. MARGABBT STUT1 HOME PROBLEMS TEA J Choicest Orange Pekoe *nd Pekoe Guaranteed br thia famous signature wMs&M r-«H". Ml**.' ^gyjjjjy is all my wife piv* to get the world'* finest salt! It never chokes saltcellars In damp weather... and it protecta our frandchildren from goiter, 'ake my wife's tip and insist that your grocer give yon... MORTON'S SALT IODIZED CAN IODIZED OR PLAIN WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS j CUTS TIMBER FASTER THAN IT IS GROWN Texas is cutting her tim- ber four times faster than it is being grown, if the reports of the Texas Forest Service are correct. The reports of the Forest Service say that approximately 2,000,000,000 board feet of timber are cut from the forests of this State annually. The annual growth, or increment, in the East Texas commercial timber region is estimated at 593,- 640,000 board feet on 3,060,- 000. Texas in normal years has been cutting its virgin timber land at the >ate of about 200,- 000 acres yearly, and with onl...

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

WW$ w s to Ml 111 M k The Nm and watch IwIiiii grow by Imh Ml CLAUDE NEWS Mtr • m* • ■ VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTT TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 11. 19M. NUMBCB M. 'A Joseph Mitchell 8-year Sentence Made Get-a-way Jce Mitchell, who was serving n term In the penitentiary, was brought from the Pen. to Claude to be tried for stealing a number of household articles belonging to Mrs. Mae Kerrick, and others near Claude. As the trial was closing latter part of last week and there was a probable sentence of eight years to be meted out to him, he agreed to go with parties to Pampa and help find the balance of the stolen property. After arriving at Pampa, and while some of the stolen things were being looked over under a deputy's direction at Pampa, he was loaned a car to go to a cer- tain residence in town, where he said he would get a radio and return with said radio to the parties interested in recovering it. The car, which was loaned to him belonged to Oibbs Pope of Claude. Instead of retu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 November 1932

... ***£-:.j. i.' : ~-P* : All Day Friday 4 ,' t I Will Start Saturday Morning, Nov. On Everything in Stock and at Prices to make a Dollar do its Full Value. Store will be closed all day Friday to get stock ready for sale We are not going to attempt to make prices in this ad— But come. You will not be disap- pointed at the many bargains to be found in Shoes, Blankets, Coats, Sweaters and Un- derwear and Piece goods. % Remember the Date Sat. Morning November 12 POPE DRYGOODS CO. V Claude News THOB. T. WAGGONER, Edtr-Ownr Entered at the Post Office at Claude Texas, as Second Class Mail Matter. The Parable of the Pounds and [ In his speech Saturday night. Talents, was discussed by Pastor | President Hoover told us about Russell at the First Baptist church j Speaker of the House Garner, and ii' Claude last Sunday morning. Br-ia Democratic House trying to is- PUBLISHED BVERY FRIDAY Subscription Rates In Armstrong County, year $1.50 Jutslde the County, year $2.50 Fwoicn Advaftiaini Raprwm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 November 1932

111111 mm ■■ < y Oobb itt«M tbe of W. T. •• T. 0. at Canyon last Saturday and also tbe Bui rom-W. T. S. T. O. football game. fv WANT ADS LOST—8maU black coin purse, In poat office or somewhere In Claude containing two one-dollar Bills and some silver. Leave at Clnude News office and get re- ward. l-'"c HIGH Quality Ladles Hand Bags at low Price. I bought a drummer s samples so I can sell them for less than the regular sale price. Come In and see ithem.—City Shoe Shop. 10c SHOE HOSPITAL Phone 7010, 518 Taylor Street, Amarlllo, Texas. Half soles 75c. Rubber heels free. 7-tf WILL PAY CASH—-for small grain separator, or small combine slightly used. Must be in good shape and worth the money. Write G. E. Kinslow, Box 892, Hedley, Texas. 10"P WANTED TO BUY—a good quar- ter or half section of land near Claude. Will pay CA8H if the price is in line with other sales at this time. Phone 97 or address Hox 316 Claude, Texas. 7-tfc WANTED, MEN WITH CARS, aged 25-50 to supply consumers in citie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 November 1932

k >v - rr* Bte. at PER CENT DISCOUNT ANNIE L. SMITH Prop. tad door north First National Bank. ■V VMrf BOWM. TALCOM Unct far baaatlfytag TO our ARMSTRONG Co. FRIENDS When in Amarillo drop in and try one of our hot plate any time, 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Drag*, Drue sundries, Toilet Articles, etc., etc. Make our ■tore your headquarters while in Amarillo. TED & EMORY BADGLEY Props. Cor. 12th and Polk Street in Vineyard Biidg., Amarillo, Texas PALO DURO FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo AMARILLO GREENHOUSE REENHOUSE | GHTS 20603 OR 5426. \ TELEPHONE 2-2239 NIGHTS 20603 OR 5426. AMARILLO, 605 TAYLOR STREET, TEXAS We Prepay Delivery Charges on Orders of $3.00 or More. winter means s.l.i.p.p.e.r.y roads! SMOOTH tires don't hold on wet pavement. Punctures are more dangerous when it's slippery. Changing tires is also dangerous and disagreeable. Better put on new Goodyears now—they'll pro- tact you, save you money on repairs and delays. SPEEDWAY SUPERTW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 November 1932

ma par re* of yemr pea (worn* aha ■M ho ml ariie fat ■ewepnpss slwtt ring every pear. Try tt In The News tal watch mt bualuii gum by tea >e and bonds. Vx- J'.>1 ' ' 3JS? CLAUDE NEWS v- Waat wi win Mil have abant (hi Hm er I thine r*a Mi at a bi la Tha News at only I ftp * VOLUME 44 CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXA8, FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1932. NUMBER U. f® .■ .'.V'fe M IP A 1 * Claude Parent- Teacher Asso- ciation Meets Our New State Rep. Is For The People YOUNG AMERICA'S HOUR The Parent-Teacher Association observed Armistice Day by using patriotic drills, war time songs and readings on the program Friday night, November U. These pleasing and impressive numbers were given by grade school pu- pils directed by their teachers. Mr. Wisdom, grade school principal, in his announcement explained that it is the purpose of his depart- ment to have every pupil appear on assembly program at least once during the year. He said, too, that he is encouraging singing as that talent may be discovered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 November 1932

, ymz M JO m ■# | SHERIFFS SALE THE STATE OP TEXAS | COUNTY OF ARMSTRONG | NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That by virtue of a certain exe- cution issued out of the Honorable District Court of Potter County, seventh day of November 1932, by the clerk of said District Court of Potter County Texas for the sum of five hundred thirty dollars and sixty cents and costs of suit under a judgment, in favor of International Harvester Company of America, a corporation in a certain cause in said Court. No. 4618 and styled International Harvester Com- pany of America, a corporation vs. John Pegram, placed in my hands for service. I, T. F. Bran- son as sheriff of Armstrong County. Texas, did, on the eighth day of November 1932, levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Armstrong County, Texas, described as follows, to wit: sixteen (16) acres of the original survey granted to H. & G. N. R. R. Co. certificate 15-3456. section 153. block B4; BEGINNING at the southeast corner of said section no 153 block B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 November 1932

w- -iS^r sw' m ads WANTID TO BUY—a good quar- L ter or half section of land near It clause. Will pay CASH If the ' price U in line with other tales ' at this time. Phone 97 or address Box 316 Claude, Texas. 7-tfc HIGH Quality Ladies Hand Bags at low Price. I bought a drummer's samples so I can sell them for less than the regular sale price. Come in and see them.—City Shoe Shop. 10c SHOE HOSPITAL Phone 7010, 518 Taylor Street, Amarillo, Texas. Half soles 75c. Rubber heels free. 7-tf K* MM Bundle feed In fine aodtton, at my place SH miles louthwest of Claude. Eddleman and Wtaeompleck. 13-p FOR SALE—90 tons of Baled Millet hay. Excellant for Utter or reed $5.00 per ton "at place—CAL- VIN FINLKY. 13-c—1-t-p WANTED MEN—aged 25-50 to mpply Consumers in Cities of Claude, Canyon and Clarendon with widely advertised household Products. Route experience pre- ferred but not necessury. Write Rawleigh Industries, Dept. Tx- 195-84 Memphis, Tenn. 6 6 6 LIQUID • TABLETS - SALVE thick Malaria in 3 d...

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