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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 November 1932

ms. §fc&1 • • 1 la a crisis don't be without an Electtrir Heating Pad! There are H many times when a heat application is vitally nedessary—• 10 many ways of ntalizing a pad that stays hot as long as yon want it It costs but a few pennies to keep an electric pad at the constant heat required—and you're saved all those trlpa to the kitchen otherwise necessary to keep ordinary applica- tions warm. The new pads can be used with either wet or dry applications. - • -.'si-* See your Dealer for invaluable sickroom aids—learn how In- expensive and convenient they are! Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Company ieIei tSrnm ■Attic* Final Installment John had refreshed himself in the dressing room. He looked in the mirror appraisinglv. The deep tan of the open was being leeched out by the city of shadows. He brushed back his stiff hair. He smiled so like Gilbert Van Horn. He hardly cared. What did Josephine want? After dinner they sat in the familiar library. "1 leased the house, you know, after G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 November 1932

w' ■ *?>? ,-r • u-.wr- ^ \f. > -fr^J • -i Vi -. 1 •: <.> "V -' lit. Mm Hmi «| Ma* nt Mat •« «M b* aat aaMa for. MMpM* Mvaritt ■few *T*ry iw. try it tai Th* News and watch roar craw by lea pa aai hwria. NEWS ■ iNMkMi thine roa a—d it i ta> The News it only t VOLUME 4< CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1832. NUMBER U Mustangs Play The last Game With Vega Here The Old Mustangs will play their last game of the season with the. Vega Longhorns In the Mus- tang Corral here next Friday, De- cember 2nd. The Mustangs have been scrapping hard all season but the JINX played havoc with their luck. During their conference game.i their powerful Massie was sick and Blaine was also out and some of their other powerful men were unable to play. Even if they did lose some of their hardest faught. games the old Mustangs kept the old fight up and that never die spirit all through the season. Ever man woman and child ir. Claude should turn up at thr Grid Friday and help t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 November 1932

nUDlAY >, ymx—Ol.* '■ |MT. WJO SHERIFF'S SALE THE 8TATE OF 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. Brun- 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 sect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 November 1932

S&oi-C. w GOODNIGHT NEWS FOR SALE—20 tons of Baled Ulllathay. Excellent (or Utter or feed WOO per ton at place—CAL- VIN PINLBY. 13-c—l-t-p FOR'SALE—Bundle feed In fine Condition, at my place 5H- miles -Southwest of Claude. Eddleman and Wlncompleck 13-p WANT ADS. PHONE 97 WANTED TO BUY—a good quar- ter or half section of land near Claude. Will pay CASH if the price is in line with other sales at this time. Phone 97 or address Box 316 Claude. Texas. 7-tic SHOE HOSPITAL Phone 7010, SIB Taylor Street, Amarillo, Texas. Half soles 75c. Rubber heels free. 7-tf 6 6 6 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE Chirk Malaria in 3 days, told first day. Headaches or Neuralgia in 30 minutes. Sl-tf Btiti SALVE for HEAD COLDS. Most Speedy Remedies Known. 4 ■x- 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 Mr. and Mr*. Jack Scales were In Amarillo F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 November 1932

'*■* IS •ad put a new tick on mi m or * wm at the mum price. Ten*. U wr-A Wset «th MM, and Mac. Mattress Co. ^^^^V^^^tu%aMMMMM«^iaati«aaaaaaaaoaq Laundry Baths WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Beady To Wait Upon Yon When Yon Call. Caved Is Money Made So Why Waste Time Watting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop. WOatXSX**SKXXSSSXSSSXS%SSX<SSXXSSXSSXXX*XX<SSSS^ J5AVE MONEY ON OUR SPECIALS ONE-HALF PRICE will be made you on Lace Boots, shoes, _ paps, socks, work shirts, Over-alls. Union-ails, underware, Etc, g Etc, for the next few days. Our Notion counter will interest 9- yon in LOW PRICES. C. R. GUYN GROCERY | 8g3ssooe9««eK5«K3«3W«M«9««CS«6StS«OS9C30««« 63««6S«W CKS«««SSOC5k CHEAPER THAN LAST YEAR! Bargain Days (Expire December 31st) Star-Telegram ^ Largest Circulation in Texas ONE YEAR BY MM / -A $ m 6P"/k f f II «h MONDAY TUESDAY T . .. ... WEDNESDAY ^ LJ g- THURSDAY - 1 V f F ft I D A V >• J rM'. SATUR...

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

SmS per eeat at •koiM ki Mt MMI ter new*paper advertising every year. Try M In The New* and watch yonr bnatncM pw by leapt and bauds. CLAUDE NEWS have abMrt the thine im naad at a In The New at aaiy t rtf a . VOLUME 44 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1932. NUMIU II Vega Longhorns vs: Claude Mustangs Here See The Mus- tangs Play The Last Game The Claude Mustangs have chal- lenged-the Vega Longhorns In a return game in the Mustang Cor- ral here this evening. Friday, De- cember 2nd. This will be the Mus- tang's last game of this season '32. The Mustangs went to Vega two weeks ago and got their helmets screwed down a couple of notch- es and sent home. The Mustangs say this debt won't go unsettled. -J They have been training hard all ^ this week and are preparing for u real battle of the season. This will probably be the last game some of the boys will ever play and this is one time they are ■ f going to fight for VICTORY. Tills is the last game for such n as Massie, Hol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 December 1932

«p>« mdsmk thaau.1t> • to try ink rata but the km uttltty would prob- ably And tt profitable U rates were lowmd.—Oroom New*. SLACKERS SHERIFFS SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS | COUNTY OF ARMSTRONG I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hurt 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. Brun- 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 December 1932

Btum and Rimood Mat Tint- ed in Muleahoa Mr. and Mr*. Tom Davis Mrs. Bruce O. Beet Dr. Oarrou m tick with the flu the first of the week. V ellant for Utter or ton at place—CAL- 13-c—1-t-p kxom rw > Win FOR SALE—Bundle feed in fine rndittod. at my place miles ithwest of Claude. Eddleman and Winoompleck. 13-p WANT ADS, PHONE 97 Carl McParland is suffering with a severe case of influenza. Mrs. BUI Bourn is confined to her home with the "flu". WANTED TO BUY—a good quar- ter or half section of land near Claude. WU1 pay CASH if the price is in line with other sales at this time. Phone 97 or address Box 316 Claude. Texas. 7-tfc SHOE HOSPITAL Phone 7010, 518 Taylor Street, Amarillo. Texas. Half soles 75c. Rubber heels free. 7-tf 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 TYPEWRITER PAPER-You can buy good Equity Bond typewri...

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

. - i - tm wkM TM ota U nr DM* nut m ormi. we wax nun too olace Barber Shop W. A. McMurray, prop. woatMoatwawotiBBBtMa^ MOQ^itaaooopoapaooeooMPaoopt^^ SAVE MONEY ON OUR SPECIALS QNI-HALF PRICE will be auuh you on Lace Boots, shoe*, leeks, work shirts, Over-alls, Union-alls, underwareP Etc, , far the next few days. Onr Notion counter wUi interest la LOW rRICES. C. R. GUYN GROCERY No Sweating of Walls ... No pe y xpensive Redecorating There are no open fires no condensation of moisture to sweat walls and ceiling ... no soiled drapes and curtains when you heat your home with a Coleman Floor Furnace. You get heat that's healthful, clean and care-free. Saves decorat- ing expense. Here are other reasons why you'll like it: l 2 Warm floors >11 th no cold fxt. Warm h*«hhful ah ... no oiygtn taken from room for combustion. Coleman GAS-BURNING FLOOR FURNACES No op«n fires, no unhaalthful fumaa ... all tht products of combustion ar« carritd out- aid • tb« bousa. No wast* of fuel , , . high ...

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

■ U P- Three par esat ef IMT f mm taMMM i ihsnM M sat aaMa to Mwapipar alvi rtUsf every year. Try N to Tha Nan ra and watch yaw basins— graw by laapa and hs—Is. CLAUDE NEWS yea naad at i k DM NMM al Mir IWMMfcfW • I VOLUME - 44 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. , MM. NUUB 14 I Mustangs Beat the Vega Long- horns 38-0 Fri. A fighting herd o! Claude High School Mustangs toppled the foot- ball dope bucket here last Friday afternoon to hand Vega School's Longhorns a 38-0 defeat In a hard faught game that terminated the season for the local aggregation Playing In the face of a 19-6 drubbing at Vega, November 19, the Cartermen, led by Captain Merle Massle, exhibited a superior brand of play that marked them In season heights. Claude's foot- ball team this season has been like most all other teams. It has lost some games and won some; however the victory last Friday was considered, by local fans, to be , the morsel of the year. Remem- berlng their defeat at Vega, the boys came b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 December 1932

Our joy over relief from cam- paign oratory is somewhat abat- ed by the thought that Congress muat meet next month. :0: The best Ford joke is told on Uncle Henry himself. After advis- ing everybody to vote for Hoover, he failed to qualify. :0: Hie highest compliment that a business man can pay an Individual is to sell on credit; if some Claude merchant has done this with you, why not strain a point and make him a payment on the account? He probably needs it. :0: That advertisers attract trade to town has been proven by the series of Saturday bargains run by the merchants of Claude in this paper. The non-advertiser also profits by the Increased attendance our streets, but, of course, not as much as the man who of- fers the bargains. :0: We all agree that tax-spend- ing boards should employ home labor whenever possible, but we sotnethlmes lose sight of the fact that supplies, from groceries to. .. , „ _ , , printing, should also be bought I they may be fulflUed. Thus leadne from home ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 December 1932

ADS WANT AM, PBONI M 4 k & > Mr WAMTSD TO BUY—a good quar- lar or half (action of land neai Claude. Will pay CASH If the prlca la In line with other aalet thU time. Phone 97 or address Box 110 Claude, Texas. 7-tfc POSTKO NOTICI ThU la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pasture* are poatad. and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will bo proaacuted. CLINTON HENRY, Aaat. Mgr. M-tt-e TYPEWRITER PAPER—You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 2S cents a hundred sheets, cut 8H by 11 Inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and save money. DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, 401 Medical Arts Bulldinf Amarlllo, Texas r DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST tl7 FISK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAR'LLO, — TEXAS Local and Personal Bill Clifton and "E" Sprinkle /ere seen In Amarlllo Sunday- Perry B. Carroll was visiting In Maude the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Everett were veek-endlng In Este...

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

Three Good ta mm Tn OrtL m orm «i wax please yoo mm ace Barber Shop W. A. McMurray, prop. OBRaaaaaaaaatMatsaaa ALL CHRISTMAS GOODS are out on display at C.R. GUYN'S GROCERY Our prices are cheaper than ever before 5$ Per Cent Farm and Ranch Loans A Mhr Saved is a Dollars Eeerned- 13000.00 at 7 per cent Interest ta *310.00 13000.00 at SH per oant Interest ta fl6S.OO . Save the difference 145.00 each year, It ta a pleasure to explain our plan CLAUDE NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION A. V. NELSON, Sec'y PALO DUR0 FURNITURE CO. 706 Polk St. Amarillo ^ jl r* I _ M Th* Time-Tested News Wee! r dtntinOGr Right from Washington, is now offered to you along with YOUR CHOSEN HOME PAP By a favorable arrangement we are able to send you that ' old reliable family weekly, The Pathfinder, in combination with this paper, at a price never before equaled. There is Th bfttsl to 731 fat INt rlas 307 hat, «• • 3Vi 313,000,000 Pathfinder and CLAUDE NEWS nothing like The Pathfinder anywhere— nothing equal to it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 December 1932

. ' ;'.V . V" *?'i ®fc7v5^-: ■ <£.:■, f . t .jjsv • , ■ ■ 1 ' " '■«. >4 CHRISTMAS ISSUE ' 1 • k"' Mr. li Hi II m Iftn* m af year graaa Immi ateaM be ut Mil* far aawapapar adrartlalai every year. Try it sad jratr buaiacaa will tacraaae by leapa aed tenia. WANT AOS at aaly k a nri will •ell Naittiif for cash yaa ten a bant tte place or brine yaa aomethinc yoa need at a bargain. Try it ia The Claude Neva at aaly 3c par ward. VOLUME 44. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1932. NUMBER 15. i MMWM : * \ '■y~ iy mgmt '.•'if v • ffef'.- V-v : 'r. ■ £$P; %'■ ■ yi'"Pc' \*M/ & . <■> . :Xj A. "** t * A > ///' ' tb j-"-', '--J• J# •'gi 0 tM #•. .sr.' 0 #<■ ' Q /# $ I A I w I % \ MERRY CHRISTMAS MORNING lft. 32. re- ive Cc- do ers t id- !gh or- :ed tu- rns 103 to In ate ier at- lp- the to die the tol- ca- nas ure ut- e:c- :ity lci- up- ery her lity .his nor du- two nge ;ion >urs can to in- lery dif- /e ry and our jur- .pen the :ent go ihey the pges E an ...

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

i (OfeMrlfkt, lttt W Ik* Hmh Coin Print Co.) VERYTHING is "all set" for Yule- tide in Calvert's Darkey Town, with the mistletoe hanging in the "parlor" and the 'possum hang- ing in the kitchen. Little piccaninnies are running joyously about the cabin doors, out of which comes the melody of favorite spirituals and the aroma of sweet potato custard pies. Calvert, Texas, is noted for its large, but orderly, negro population. At the different churches Christmas trees are being decorated by the dusky belles, with such tinsel and trinkets as they are able to secure. Along the streets black mammies are passing each other with jocular re- marks. Some have bundles of clothes on their heads which they are carrying to the "white folks," while others have small bundles in their arms, represent- ing sacrifices and savings that certain loved ones might be remembered. Aunt Julia is one of the familiar figures in this darkey Christmas "pa- rade." She has a bottle of hair oil pur- chased for her "ol...

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

CURRENT COMMENT 4 The Prince of Peace a few days the Christian world will again bow in lavish homage before the greatest of all days, u ~~— and observe the anniversary of Jfc £he Prince of Peace. The Christmas I message is "Peace on earth." We aro prone to say we have peace on earth when the Nations of the earth are not flying at each other's throats on the field of battle, but the peace which came to earth when Bethlehem's star held its radiant torch over the manger is the peace which lives within—the peace that the noise of battles, the wreck of matter or the crush of worlds cannot drive away. The Prince brought peace to earth by bringing doctrines of unself- ishness, tolerance, patience and good will. There is no peace for the soul that envies or the soul that is puffed with pride. Christmas comes again and again to tell us this wonderful story, and when the story is accepted there is always a "Merry Christmas." May our coming Christmas impress its lesson on all of us as never be...

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

* Is N ft. old witl Tfc < rat i ita§; CtTtl «IM alw A P< C ou I ■ NE WS "'"THE STATE CHURCH ATTEND- ANCE BECORD Rev. D. G. Waggoner, of San Benito, Texas, has perhaps the most wonderful record for church and Sunday school attendance of any person in Texas. Mr. Waggoner has attended both Sunday school and church service every Sunday for more than forty years. REFINERY AT PILOT POINT The Pilot Point refinery is ready for operation, manufacturing gasoline, ker- osene, lubricating oil and road oil from the crude in the Denton county field. It will have a daily capacity of 500 bar- rels. BLUEBONNETS The Texas State flower, the bluebon- net, ordinarily is adapted to various soils and climatic conditions in the State. This plant is easily transplant- ed. Many efforts are now being made, in which the women's clubs are active, to have bluebonnets grown in localities where the State flower is not well known. VENEBABLE WOMAN DIED IN HOUSE SHE WAS BOBN IN Mrs. Susie Kretz, of Harrison cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 December 1932

rorty-oecona . This is mui warn expected v laduw was in —— w— -—111 i ■ ■ F01( AY lELIEf WORK The 0am of |9,000,000 will b<r ivailable in 1983 for the ty and district highway remf program as enacted by the special session of the Forty-Second Legislature. much more than when the Legis- session, and is due to the fact that the fund will accumulate for several months prior to beginning of the distribution after January 1st. One set of detail work has been and is yet necessary in order to have the reim- bursement program ready for operation by January 1st. Many questionable answers forwarded by counties fill as much as one hundred type- written pages, records of all bond deals and funds expend- ed on State designated roads being necessary. All items are checked and confirmed and then compared with rec- ords of the highway depart- ment. When the checking process shall have been com- pleted the bureau will notify county officials of approval or disapproval, specifying defi- nite amount...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 December 1932

n hi I oM Th 781 iflM «•<> •cm til, ■ii 4 P e ot WW experimental work at Tfc* as A. * M. College, a new sweet corn adaptable to Texas has been developed. The new variety is known as sure-cropper sugar corn, and adds a new crop, with additional money value, to the list of Texas agricul tural products. A news note from Lock- ney, Floyd county, says that nearly every farm in that section has a small flock of sheep, ranging from a few head to 500 or more. Some farmers raise early lambs that are ready! 31,-75 pounds this >ear. ior the Easter market and' This year 81,275 pound* of duly certified grain sorghum seed were planted by farmers of Randall coun- ty, so the county agent re- ported. The fanners of this county began using certi- fied seed in the year 1928, the movement being in- augurated by the Chamber of Commerce of Canyon, which provided the seed at cost. The experiment dem- onstrated that good seed increases the production and improves the quality of the crop, and so th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 December 1932

Wi hpk liquid Spay off "o8fn it is DEPOSITS 8TATB Under the statutes when a liquidates it is required " its depositors, but impossible for the bank officials to locate the depositors, in which case the i«r belonging to the un id depositors is sent to "n and held as a sort of fund. ien a claimant shows up with proof of his deposit, the State pays the claim, but it is seldom that any claimant puts in an appearance. Many of them are dead or out of the country. Most of the amounts thus received are small, some as low as 50 cents. The larg- est yet received is $2,000. A bank is given six months in which to locate and pay depositors when it liquidates, and because this turns out to be a job requiring more than six months, the money left over is turned over to the State government. Recently the State Treasury turned into the general revenue fund the sum of $31,000 which was received from banks that had| quit business but was never! able to locate some of the de- positors. This fund had bee...

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