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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 April 1931

m NEWS Want it Mr*** * «4r • mm Wert wtB ae« numiim briHlyN ksn akN t fee |hM er n* «* thing yeu wm* at a bargain, ttf II In The N m at enty a eente • wwtf. volume « CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1931 NUMBER M 11f L More Hot Shots On Truck And Bus Propaganda The truck propagandist is circu- lating a large sheet lately at Spring- field, Mass., under the title "Forc- ing Traffic Back to Railway Tracks," which title is printed in large type In the heading. This sheet is il- lustrated with pictures. The first is a cut of a farm house with beau- tiful shade trees and a fine hard surfaced highway by the side of it. Another pictures a rural road which is not even graded. The truth which they emphasize is that farmers love highways like that pictured in the first cut, and suffer great incon- venience by the-4iecessity of using the other. We are in full accord with this sentiment, and wish it were possible for every farmer to have a hard surfuccd higliwuy in front of his h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 April 1931

• . «*•«! , Mn. O J. ■ i lit. Claude, Texas. W-C ■OTTAMALBB rolM in tor jrour approval at iWAO-nm. < -TF) WENT—4-Room residence, at ONLY $3 a weak. Phone It * tatamted. 35-p i— ' that good CHILI at the WAO-INN, come In and try it i ita still ai good. (23-TF) (A Armstrong County, year.—. 1.50 Outside the County,: year ..™....$a.60 ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in Al Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 9t and buy a real Typewriter WANTED AND WANTED! The Claude News is anxious to take in OLD RAOS on subscrip- tion at twice the regular cash price, or will buy some paying cash (or them provided they are CLEAN COTTON RAOS. no sox or stock- ings, or strings can be used. Bring us your Clean cotton rags. PORTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures tre potted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c Life Insurance at Cost Why Pay More? AMARILLO M. B. A. Policies Pay four ways; Pay Promptl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 April 1931

> ? \ y and Saturday SPECIALS COFFEE, Folger's 2 1-2 lb. can 99c Compound Switf's Jewel 8 lb. Pail 95c CORN, Standard, med. size can 10c Green-Beans, Wapco No. 2 can 10c BEANS, Pintoes, per lb. - 5c Peanut Butter, 2 lb. jar. 38c CRACKERS, 2 lb. box, 25c SOAP, P and G or Chrystal White 10 bars. 33c \ Blueing, Whit Swan, per bottle 15c | Starch, Faultless, 2 pkgs, 15c d Ivory Flakes, large package 23c ORANGES, med. size, per doz. 18c BANANAS, per dozen 20c Grape Fruit, med. size, each 5c £ LETTUCE, per head, 5c £ MCTHOOUT Altfarough we h*Ve Mm greatly distrubed In our plans tot our meet- ing on account of bad weather, yet we now hope-to clou out much more successfully than It seemed a few dayi ago that we could. In these remaining services we trust we shall have the cooperation of our people and friends in attendence and in every possible way to support. A special Easter Bulletin Souvlner Program is being arranged for Sun- day and three hundred will be dis- tributed among the peopl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 April 1931

: H*' 1 . ImMm . than anything else sold on the to sustain life. When buying this the purest nd best and most whole- : at our Bakery, the kind that Mother used to bake. We also have for quick de- livery, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Doughnuts, Cream Rolls, Etc./; Phone u« your SPECIAL ORDERS CLAUDE BAKERY J. C. SCALES, Prop. & s>. nn First Installment BUSINESS IS GOOD And Growing Better At GIBSON SERVICE STATION So Let Us Make A Regular Customer Out Of You When you Need GAS, OIL, GREASE, TIRES, Etc., Etc. Texas Gas and Oils, - Tire Repair Work Guaranteed We Call For And Deliver PHONE 57 — R. I.. Davis Mgr. BABY CHICKS AND j STARTED CHICKS! s 1 Bar- 5 Immediate delivery on red, Bulf. and White Rocks; Rhode Island Reds; Rhode Island Whites; Silver Laced Wyandottes; White Wyan- iottes; Buff and White Minor - cas. Day old chicks, any of above bieeds, $10 per 100. White and Brown Leghorns. S9 per 100. Started chicks slightly higher. Hatches off each Monday and Thursday. CUSTOM HATCHING B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

f.iri .. ;■ i®!?.' EWS '■%A n r CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931 NUMMCB 11 •J hi Our Latest New- ly Weds Are, Bourn-Nelson Before an Improvised alter of Jhlrna and Other greenery. Miss ; Birdean Nelspn of this city became the r bride of Mr. L. L. Bourn of Canyon in ah impressive ceremony which was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. •. A. -V. Nelson on the evening of April 4 at 7 o'clock. Dr. M. T. Tucker read the ring ceremony in the presence of relatives and intimate friends. Preceding the ceremony Miss Inga Borgstorm of Amarillo played "The Coronation March" by Meyerbeer, following which Miss Mae Ona Brummett sang "At Dawning." Miss Brummett was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Fred Chastain, of Clovis, New Mexico, sister to the bride. The bridal party entered to the strains of "From Yonder Chapel" by.Shure played by Mrs. Chastain. who also played during the cere- mony: Coming first were the at- tendants. Miss Mary Ellen Brady, girlho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

12 aty. jmr. ...11.60 $1.50 i pretty sunshin days of April m*kM everybody (eel better since the BUiiard that came during the last days of March. :0: Moat everyone is delighted to have the city of Claude to pave at this time. In fact this is a most oppor- tune time for paving. This paving comes at the end of our 1930 Ft nancial panic, a time most people are needing money and needing it badly. This gives those a chance to make some much needed money and they are not slow to take hold and work for that money. :0:—— Now that the paving of the streets of Claude is being pushed towards completion, we are all proud that Claude will soon be out of the mud. The Blizzard, snow storm and cold weather that visited us the last days of March stopped the paving for a few days, but the boys are back at it and the curb lines will soon be in, and the paving of the streets will follow immediately. When any town begins to pave it shows progress, and Claude will not be slow to go from good to better. Wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

ft. 4. I (hat [ • jbUUob entries coat the l two-oent .sump, or llO.OOO |)m M.uvj special delivery i registered letters brought tne government an additional Jtfc It the mail had been deliver- to Winston. N. c contest head- quarters by carriers carrying their normal toads, approximately 1,800 letter carriers would have been re- quired. In addition mere were three truck-loads of bulky exhibits, each of which carried additional postage but postage varied so as to defy tab- ulation. The approximately contestants used 13 tons of paper. If the letters were stacked one on the other, they would make a column 3.15 miles §. high. In opening the letters, num- bering letter and envelope together, the judge's staff used 3.000,000 inch- es of stapHng wire. After exhausting Winston-Salem supply and the North Carolina supply, the staff was forced to send direct to the manu- facturer in New York for more wire. It was further estimated that one man, working,at top speed to open, staple, and number the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

I . cmmcii will be a aervioe at the i Church at 11 o'clock next Sunday morning which will be of fecial intereet and ooncern to every Uethodist and friend worshiping with us. Do not fall to be present If possible. A matter will be discuss- ed which is second to none in Its relative Importance to the subjects we have to consider in our commun- ity life. As to our meeting, it was in many respects a great disappointment made so on account of weather con- ditions. But we are not willing by any means to say that it was failure. Eight members were received, seven of which on proffession of faith. There will probably be as much last- ing good was done. It may be that the church will want another cam- paign in the late summer. There were 212 in Sunday School Sunday morning. Let's follow this good lead with a fine attendance next Sunday. Between "the hours of 7 and 7:45 p. m. Sunday evening we are to have a young people rally service with a special program of interesting num- bers arranged. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

and Saturday SPECIALS PRUNES, Italian, per gallon 39c PEACHES, Per Gallon 47c SUGAR, 10 lb. Bag, 58c SUGAR, 25 lb. Bag, $1.42 MEAL, 10 lb. Bag, 32c Toilet Tissue, Cherokee, 8 rolls 13c CAKES, Assorted, Per lb. 29c RAISINS, 4 lb. Package 38c APRICOTS, 2 lb package 30c COFFEE, Folger's or Schilling's 1 lb. can. 41c EXTRACT, Viniila 2 oz. bottle 24c BANANAS, Per Dozen 20c LETTUCE, large firm heads each _7 12 Green Beans, they are fine per lb. _ _ 14c ALWAYS A FULL LINE OF FRESH VEGETABLES THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE We Delivery 162 CHEAP DAILY RATES By calling at the News office or sending us your check for ONLY $2.40, we will send you the Port Worth Star Telegram POUR MONTHS, seven days every week. Star Telegram without Sunday pa- per Only $1.90 for POUR MONTHS. The first mentioned above saves you one dollar on your Daily Star Telegram. Claude is the business of every person who intends to live here; visitors and peddlers are not ex- pected to take much Interest in its giowth. CONWAY ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

. $Sg|l '3 BREAD Ig cheaper than anything else sold on the market to sustain life. When buying this get the purest nd best and most wholes some at our Bakery, the kind that Mother used to bake. We also have for quick de- < livery, Pies, Cakes" Cookies, Doughnuts, ; Cream Rolls, Etc., • Phone us your SPECIAL ORDERS CLAUDE BAKERY J. C. SCALES, Prop. By S>. ???■ BUSINESS IS GOOD And Growing Better At GIBSON SERVICE STATION So Let Us Make A Regular Customer Out Of You When you Need GAS, OIL, GREASE, TIRES, Etc., Etc. Texas Gas and Oils, - Tire Repair Work Guaranteed IVe Call For And Deliver — PHONE 57 — R. L. Davis Mgr. BABY CHICKS AND \ STARTED CHICKS! rv * W//^-/ Immediate delivery on Bar- red, Buff, and White Rocks; Rhode Island Reds; Rhode Island Whites; Silver Laced Wyandottes; White Wyan- iotles: Buff and White Minor- cas. Day old chicks, any of above bleed,?. S10 per 100. White and Brown Leghorns, S9 per 100. Started chicks slightly higher. Hatches off each Monday and Thurs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

magazine; section Mr. B—Hum Kni Tim •f r* rM tecMM ahoaM bo mi uMt for mwih>w adrortfataf erery year. Try It aod yonr bulae*a will tecrmao by U«H bound*. VOLUME 42. - CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931. wmmim-M TTANT AlfS lintyfci wort will Mil NBtUi!r.| for caak y«c km ibdj the pLtec or arias ?oo loMtkiai yon need at • birfik. Try H li The Claud* New* at only it par word. no. 31. say.deanie zo\j ' ought to see. what , i've got over here i — come right away rom uke e.very- th\me " A> ! ' / MPBENSO';' TH'S IS ' -MARGlE MILLS - - • THE UTTLE Gj\RL 1 WAS <303T TELUMG YOU aeoot WHAT \ Pl.t. a>U •?£---- X RECOGNitEO vou from WOUR P\GTURES IMTHE papers --You're the Yoomg d\str\ct ATTORNEY THAtS MAKJNG Such a mame for v-umself- goli-y.x think makimg sandwiches was a waste. of time --- they wom't e>e /"vu interest eo im fcookiow.vi/^vv x'll get some mice wiuslc Blondie VBS, IT'S A MICE. HOUSE ALL RIGHT, BUT rrfe TOO LARGE FOR MY but, goodness ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

v •/ •' !' MP By J. C. DUVAL r f "b# Hm to w w *. F. N. Ouunai « Ok. PaMhbH^ __ Texas House and Senate has accepted a gift of 207 acres of land from the citizens of Goliad and Goliad county, to be convert- ed into a State park and beautified as a memorial to the soldiers under Col. Fan- nin who gave their lives for Texas inde- pendence. The 207 acres surrounds the old Mis- sion La Bahia and its fortifications, where the soldiers were quartered. Prior to the surrender of Fannin and his men, a desperate battle took place near Goliad, between the Texans and the Mexicans. The following story of this battle, and the massacre that fol- lowed, is told by J. C. Duval, a private under Fannin, who participated in the battle but who escaped the massacre: Some time in February, 1836, a Mexi- can from the Rio Grande arrived at Goliad and informed Col. Fannin that Santa Anna had already or would soon invade Texas with a large army which would advance in two divisions, one to- ward Goliad and the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

* URRENT COMMENT ByJ.H. (JIM)LOWRY (Copyright, Mil, b, tk Bob* Mm Prist 0 > Springtime HEN the equinoctial storms have chased away the threadbare ha- biliments of winter, and the coal dealer has filled his last order and scrubbed his smutty face, there coqies a change over Mother Earth as great as that produced by the shifting scenes of the kaleidoscope. Nature, quickened into an angel of hope and joy, clothes capapie in his best duds and goes on parade. With the appearance of Spring this land of ours turns to an Elysian field, and, like a prism turned to the sun, reflects all the hues of splendor and beauty. The field, the garden, the forest and the yard vie with each other in donning their flashiest robes, and it is as difficult to pick the most charming from a bevy of radiant maidens as to say whether the waving fields of grain, the yards of blooming flowers or the gardens of luxuriant vegetables present the greatest panorama of beauty. Na- ture's instinct of adornment is happ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

V,' V . A movement was recently inaugu i; A s c G T w suss* I * \ \i 8 IV / \ p' * h< * fe BC 6 of the problem of securing highway im- provement through one of the counties. TEXAS FIRE LOSSES LESS The State Fire Insurance Commis- sioner reports that there was a falling off in losses from fires in Texas in 1930 from the previous year. The State's fire loss was about $2,000,000 less in 1930 than in 1929. The commissioner says more than three-fourths of the 7,047 fires during the year were of prevent- able origin. OF .TWO < RAILROADS HAD L08S IN 1930 The report of the Texas Railroad Commission, issued a tew weeks since, •hows that operating revenues of the railroads of the State declined 16.8 per cent from the revenues of the previous year. The monetary decline was from $247,780,019 to $206,122,698, a total of $41,667,821. The operating expenses of the road also showed a decline—a decline of 14.4 per cent, or $25,793,088. The net rev- enue from operation was $15,864,233 less than...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

''i-'l|J'li'|,,^,i ^^)iV.|> l!'l|W'5l'!!yiW lTOfj0ra& m «, -r You enhance the value of any set you buy when equip throughout with Cunninghams THE SHIELD CO. Distributor* CUNNINGHAM TURKS F«rt Worlh D Um W«c*> There was a little city, and a few men within it; and there came a great king against it, and built great bulwarks against it. Now there was found in it a poor wise man, and he by his wis- dom delivered the city. Yet no mart remembered that same poor man. Then said I, wis- dom is better than strength. —Ecclesiastes, ix,144-16. PLATING Established 23 Vain Silver Krpftirinir — Tlnnlnc — Cml~ viniilng. Any mrlicl* m do itl irrul Plated in ''"id. Silrar, Broou. Il.-ua. Nickel. Southern Plating Co. 221 Fourth St., 8«n Antonio, WE MAKE ALL KINDS OF TESTS Southwestern Laboratories Amnrillo, Ctf) Worth and Ikaoun When in DALLAS Stop at HOTEL JEFFERSON Fronting Juat nert*** frm* N*w Union Station. Modem—A0 •olutcly fir« proof. European 1'Uh, 4 ft® rooms well venti1aU*4 *UJ| Ko...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

MM Pi TE The raisini man's —an the P hip-pt devote inan«{ pouitr: In I a simt man • centag them they t guard difleiat Nam i i Sf; m M A mixture of clovers on Bermuda and carpet grass sod makes a pasture for beef cattle worth $15 per acre each month for 5 months in the year, says E. A. Beeler, cattle feeder of Harris county. Mrs. H. C. White, of Tom Green county, reports splendid success in cutting the tops and banking her turnips with cornstalks and dirt in the rows where they are growing. She canned the greens and can furnish her table with fresh tur- nips and greens or canned ones the year around. Mill run oat feed, a by- product of breakfast oat- meal, is gaining in popular- ity with dairymen and stockmen in certain sec- tions of the South and Mid- dle West, as a result of the feed shortage brought about by the 1930 drouth. This newly-discovered feed is considered the equivalent of timothy hay, and not far below alfalfa hay and wheat bran in nutriment. Until the drouth came along...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

COLORS IN RHYME * L Q CJ4U* AM Supply the correct word in each case and then color the drawing according to the rhymes. Here is the poem: Sara Lou loves her mother. Her mother's sure she must, For Sara Lou helps her mother Sweep the floors and dust, Sara looks so fresh and clean In a dress you'll paint (1)— Her apron is so very light. Do not paint it, but leave it (2) — Kitchen walls so soft and mellow, Color with c a r e a creamy (3) — Curtains of a pleas- ant hue Of course, you'll paint bright (4) In the window over- head Are the flowers of brightest (5)— Solutions of I> a s t Month's Puzzles Colors In Rhyme: The missing words nre the following: 1, Green. 2, Red. 3, Gold. FARMS AND RANCHES TEXAS FOR BALE cheap if told at once, % sec- tion, 4l/j mileu south went of Dalhart, at Wugner Swiuh; impjoved. Come or ad- dre«H Ahnon Chase, Dalhart, Texas. SUNSHINE CLUB NEWS Dear Boys and Girls: Sunshine Club News should always bo happy news, but today, I am sorry to say, I must tell you ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 April 1931

; | SvT- : F T! rais mar —a* the hip- devc man poul In a sit man cent: then they g«>t guar N* ! K eep your Skin Young 0 Faithful use of Pond's four fa- mous preparations is magic to keep your skin fresh and young. First, use Pond's Cold Cream for pore-deep cleansing. Then, Pond's Cleansing Tissues to remove cream. Next, Pond's Skin Freshener to banish oiliness, tone and firm. Last, Pond's Vanishing Cream for powder base and protection against sun and wind.. . Marvelous for your hands. Sm They keep your skin exquisite . . . Pond'sColdCream.CleansingTissues, Skin Freshener, Vanishing Cream Copyright, 1931. Pvnd'a Extract Companj By MM. MARGAter STUTB HOME PROBLEMS The modern sculptured bobs do wonders to bring out your person- ality. But like other present-day modes of arranging the hair, they call attention to it. That's why it's | so important nowadays to keep your hair soft, lustrous, abundant. The easiest and quickest way to give new lustre and color to hair, which has begun to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 April 1931

KOTM1 <6 'Wff' * ::' mm- 11/ , , Ww"!*" ■ 3SK? $S Sv > . IP ' V ttf N to the Mm ni bMtam grow by lea* and VOLUME tt _ NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1931 <f Ij (o Claude Wins County Meet 310 -178 Points At the County Meet held here last Friday and Saturday, Claude High School won the meet with a score of 310 points, with Goodnight sec-4 ond, with 178 points. In the rural division of the Meet Fairvlew was winner in the literary and Junior track eventR, while Wayside was winner of the Senior track In rural division. The winners of the County Meet In each contest will represent Arm- strong County in the district meet held at Canyon, April 24, and the winners there will be eligible for participation in the State meet. Those who have been attending, and participating in the County meets and all those concerned, went away saying it was the best meet ever held in Armstrong County.. That greater interest was shown, finer spirit and cleaner sportsman ship was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 April 1931

3N ma sm'-' mm Mm W I I r I* . to believe that I I not u bad u it teems; of a husband and wife In who played together the evening without a cross word. '•* :0: Heard of a new kind of autimoblle the other day. A young bit off the end of his girl's tongue. Such an accident wouldn't have happened when grandma was a girl. :0: Bprlng is on the way and with it comes the thought of a more beauti- ful town. Now is the time to begin to plan to plant a tree or shrub or bed of flowers to Improve and beau- tify the home. A beautiful city is merely a number of beautiful homes. One carelessly kept place can mar the JMauty of an entire block. :0: Yesterday Morning Mail brought us quite a batch of FREE ADS Our attendtion was first called to FREE advetising for the Bus Lines Next came a FREE ad for some large pasture owner in Oklahoma advertising their grasslands for keeping cows and steers at so much per head. Then came beautifully worded News Items; (Special to The Claude News) But same was FREE A...

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