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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

I SATURDAY and MONDAY ■g-a-mjr— j 1 lb. can 28c IrAMBA f 3 lb. Can. 81c .•OTATOES, 10 pounds 19c CRACKERS, 2 lb. Box, 25c Cake Flour, Swan Down's, Per Pkg. 33c OATS, 3 minute, large China 30c Just Received New Crop Texas Honey CATSUP, 14 oz. bottle 15c CORN, White Swn, No 2 Can 15c PEAS White Swn luncheon no. 2 can 18c HOMINY, Vn Campp'sNo. 2 1-2 canlOc SALMON, Pink Per Can 11c CHERRIES, Red Pitted, No. 2 Can 21c CABBAGE, Per lb. . 3c SQUASH, While Summer per lb. 7 l-2c Green Beans, They'er Fine, per lb. 7 l-2c NEW POTATOES, Per lb. _ - 5c LETTUCE, large firm heads ,each, 7c STRAWBERRIES, per box 15c See Our Windows for Other Specials WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS AT ALL TIMES THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE We Delivery 162 tf- to- Claude QVBWa rtv*4 Saturday night far definite stay with taw. The Gtoodaltfht Boy* b v« bwn doing their stuff on the bMetall diamond for the pact few tfaya. They motored over to Waehburn Sunday afternoon for their first game. Washburn being the win...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

• 3- AIRY Owner, Claade, IBM Custom VMd Grinding. Let's feed more dock, this l orates for More Profit*. MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 10 TH i Send her a box of our choice candies. Buy a Box for your sweetheart too. Pric- ed LOW NOW. FREE • One Of Coty's Permanent Lipstick FREE With Every Dollar box Coty's face Powder Coty's Permanent Lipstick is the latest creation and does not wash off. I < > Nortons Drug Store jj J. L. SALLEE, Mgr. Ukinds try SO FRESH, SO DELICIOUS The Sweet tooth of every member of the family can be pleased with dainty marsels from our trays of pastries. Doughnuts, cakes, cookies, fruit, nut and custard fillings, all baked in the Mastery Bakery. For a change in pastries try ours at moderate prices. Try our wholesome bread made daily. Call on us for specialties, a pleasure to serve you any time. CLAUDE BAKERY S J. C. SCALES, Prop. Fix Up For Mother's Day BY CALLING AT ; Dendy's Beauty Shop & Beauty School Corner 6th and Taylor Sts., opposite Court House. Amarillo, T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

1 m.„ _ wt ymu |MW Immm Ml ba Nt aaMa far nn!if« alwrtlataf <j«*7 IMC. fty*"* 7w tr >MP« mi w^5^P^s("P?®>W>$SO$$^h SI -t ,'VC.!J:t : ,: il'": r'.''• ' "'■•«?■' FV T */aajr7tv;- ®£iS ?; IPPB V; ' ■" '' ' ,',: -■,' Wmm- ''Wt ■■ JWUKmi^i VOLUME 42. win K|; ECTION CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1931. w r. m *&t ■ #'; Wmp&Wm m sra* $8 rnKStimmi #MS i'fst W,#( WANT AJM at «rif Sc • ward will •ell aMutklBg far Mali ytm bava abaat tha placa or Mac !*• «aiathlmt yaa aaad at a bargain. Try ii ia Tha Claada Nairn at only it p«r ward. NO. 85. f'""t-'fii; £ AVft Blondie lets see now--oohnjn\e PAVORrrE soup \s OrtlONi,with plenty op pepper —very well , I'll. Give uim ouiom soup with plemty op oeppep \ 55jp9tow!!*t^ WW *-. 1 P ifflwpff hfcs ——, you ceRta\uly eo to a lot op trouble for Your eoy fr\end — how do you know what he 1 keep a record im n\y qu£' ^dttle eook of oust T* *d^\NNHA'T &ACvA QF MV BOV ^^TXFRIEMDS UX&S-IM THAT WAV I'M sure to please, mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

wit m-atr-M in -—i- i r By C. B. LBB (Copjrlfkt, Mil. Ir tfc Boa* Color Print Co.) HI RIPLEY, writing under the title of "Believe It or Not," entertains With marvelous, but sometimes questionable, bits of information, Recently he told the world that in Texas it was a felony to carry a pair of pliers, Nor nippers, in an automobile. This state- ment was received with incredulity by the public who, having no knowledge of the peculiar circumstances that led to the enactment of the anti-fence-cutting law of 1884, could not understand why a law, apparently so absurd, could have got through the Texas Legislature. In fact, no law in Texas ever forbade the carrying of pliers, or nippers, in an automobile for, in 1884, when the anti- fence cutting law was passed, automo- biles had not come into general use. But there was a time in Texas when to be caught with a pair of pliers would have subjected the person so caught to sus- picion and possibly arrest. Origin of Fence-Cutters War The transiti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

MENT ByJ.H. (JIM)LOWRY (Cenrrifht, IHl kr the Horn Color Triat Cm.) Maytlme I is May, the Queen of months. |jlay gets its name from Mala, the mother of Mercury, the Roman JGod of Prosperity. Since May was named for and dedicated to ffain, surely ,1 business ought to pick up and money become plentiful this month. But just now we are not thinking of money or prosperity, even though the geysers in the new oil fields are spout- ing petroleum so high that the spotless robes of the angels are in danger of get- ting soiled; we are rejoicing over the coming of May. The meadow lark is warbling, the frog is wooing his true love with a melancholy boom. What beauty and glory of color 1 We have in the May sun the golden glow of the topaz; in the new-washed May skies the purity and glory of Heaven's amethy- stean blue; in the poppy's rubied heart the purest and reddest of red. I should like to go out into the garden of lan- guage and gather all the fairest flow- ers, then pass through the storeho...

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

I. ' ' h ■il 1i m™T™W™Mmmm wmmw $ 0} THE STATE TEXAS' EARLIEST SNOW October 9 is the date of the earliest snowfall in Texas. On October 9, 1909, there was quite a fall of snow over most of the upper Panhandle region. Novem- ber 20 is the earliest snow for North west Texas on record. PEANUT PLANT ENLARGED The pecan and peanut shelling and grading plant of the Barnhart Mercan- tile Company at Denison is to be ex- panded by the erection of a new factory building. The factory employs 250 wom- en in addition to a staff of salesmen. When the plant is enlarged 400 people will be employed. longview's new hotel soon to open Longview's new $200,000 hotel, which is being constructed by the Southern National Hotel Corporation of Galveston, will be ready for the formal opening by May 15, it is announced by the mana- ger. This will be one of the finest hotel structures in East Texas. brick and tile plant for parker county A brick and tile plant costing about $100,000 will be built in the western ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

* w Round-up Timer ...and Justins THAT'S ju t the tind of work Justins love. They'll come through it raring to be rubbed up a bit and head for town. For over fifty years Justins have been the footgear for cat- 1 tlemen who were choosey about such things as saddles and boots. If your dealer doesn't have just what you want, write direct to us for foot-form chart, style sheets and order blanks. H. J. JUSTIN 8C SONS, Inc. 330 South Lake Street Fort Worth, Texas ERECTING LARGEST GAS COMPRESSOR STATION The largest, natural gas compressor in the world is be- ing constructed at Fritch, near Amarillo, to furnish part of the pressure which will be required to carry Panhandle Texas gas to Chicago and other northern cities. The compressor station will have twelve units of 1,850 horse- power each. It will be the largest of the ten stations be- ing constructed along the 250- mile line. A large casinghead plant will be erected at Fritch later on to extract gasoline from the natural gas before it i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

i HP* lp PI mM t;f$^ I o trip O and D nigt About 4,000 acres of cantaloupes are being grown this year in the sandy areas of Wise and Montague counties. Canta- loupes grown in these coun- ties last year were of a very high quality and the inter- est is high in this new in- dustry for this area. The latest figures on home demonstration and farm work in Texas show that home demonstration work is now being carried on in 119 counties of the State, and that county farm agents are serving in 191 counties. Following the bumper production of last year on the Texas & Pacific Rail- way Company's cantaloupe farm, 17 miles southwest of Pecos, a California com- pany, P. W. Williams, Inc., is taking over the farm and planning to go into the pro- duction of cantaloupes on a very large scale. Production from the farm last year was 100 carloads of canta- loupes from 117 acres, or nearly a carload per acre. Steps to combat avian tuberculosis in one of the counties of South Texas has been taken by ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

or Our Hen ia your big oppor- tunity to show bow much of a combined poet and artist you really are. Get out your aet of water col- ors and proceed as fol- lows: 1 jA First cut out the draw- ing and mount it on a heavy piece of cardboard. Read the poem and you will discover that a num- ber of words are missing. Each missing word is the name of some color. Sup- ply the missing word and then color that part of the drawing accordingly. By correctly naming all the missing colors, which are suggested by the rhymes, you can color your picture •^according to life. The poem follows: Sara Lou, with (1)—curls, Is one of mother's pretty girls. Sara's dress is very light. Do not paint it, but leave it (2) . Sara's coat is warm and new; • Take your brush and paint it (3) . Sara's hat, as you will note, If painted (4) will match her coat. Sara's socks are likewise plainly seen, So you will want to make them (5) . For winter days she does not lack A warm fur muff of deepest (0) . > Isn't Sara su...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 May 1931

& ••-S&4 If Y®° wo«* tfc* Cho \e« ' RA^Gt p£K°E boY lip'°n \n M*0 *h* Yetto* tobetP®' cVofl" P0tOfc fo««o« * \ Co«" no more" -oil **** GuoronfMd br 7*> PtanfT, Ctjriom Kill Flies or They May Kill You! Protect your home and your children! Spray Flit. Flit kills flies, mosquitoes, moths, bed bugs, ants, roaches. Harmless to people. Easy to use in the handy FUt sprayer. Does not stain. Do not confuse Flit with other insect sprays. Flit is guaranteed to kill, or money back. Get the famous yellow can with the black band and the soldier—today I FLIT •41 M-aas. ** LARGEST SELLER IN 121 COUNTRIES \ TEXAS SHEEP AND GOATS INCREASE In the last five years there has been a large increase in the number of Angora goats in Texas. The total number in 1927 was 2,292,000 head. On January 1, 1931, there were 3,305,000 goats. The United States Department of Agri- culture estimated the value of these goats at $10,108,000. There was a material in- crease in the number of Texas sheep during the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 May 1931

... , .... ... t'JM*.?-*'?i'&dwtrft■ ^.v^. w/kV'"■• •''«?"••. • ' ';■• I ?.ffl;; . (,v ;■•' , V* ' ;■ /**• V CLAUDS, AKMSTKONO COUKTT TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1931 NUJtfBES M New Year Opens Up For LocalP.T.A. Rev. B. W. Wilkins Delivered Bacca- laureate Sermon Officers For The Comlnf Year Installed \ * Rev. B. W. Wilkins, popular pas- tor of the First Methodist Church of Claude was chosen to deliver our Baccalaureate Sermon, at the First Baptist Church last Sunday even- ing, which he did in a most inter- esting and orginal way. Rev. Wil- kins took us his text and Subject: "If any man compels you to go with him a mile, go with him twain". The hearts of the parents of the 39 graduates of Claude High school, were filled with Joys unspeakable and full of glory when they watch- ed their boys and girls march gent- ly down the church aslles clothed in their graduating costumes, of gray with caps to match. The many friends of the graduates also en- Joyed this scene witnessing the lurgest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 May 1931

|IW;s & :'9WW!' jm* M ft. i I ® i ij jaar IMO S£K of auu Just Mixture, i an ot Prince JLJ'SSlSI- I baaeech you therefore brethren by the mercies of God, to present your Vy"*« • livlni secrlflce. holy * npt*hlr to Ood, which Is your service.—Romans 13:1 :0: bmm towns grow; others growl and don't grow. :0: Advertising pays whether the Ad- vertiser does or not. :0: It takes good times to have a good time. :0: The public sentiment in this com- munity is strongly in favor of a court martial for Old General De- pression. :0: Practically every machine invent- ed ha* thrown people out of em- ployment except the talking ma- chine. :0: Some parents who have to coax their children to behave and hire them to stop crying, complain be- cause the school teacher has no discipline. :0: One of our exchanges desires to know what has become of the old fashioned youth who always carried a "mouth organ" in his pistol pock- et and upon the slightest provoca- tion would whip it out, slap it against his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 May 1931

II I i ft f « I •I. r litfiniiwf lllnm ; aha eouM epeak to u> again w he would say. "You Jfrnhw vbM l it love and to ma until you too are to paaa through the valley and shad- dow of death.' ■specially did she appreciate the beautiful flowers you sent hereto cheer her through her last days and weeks In this life. We wish also to thank Or. Warner and our brothers. Dr. O. T. Vineyard and Dr. R. L. Vlnyard and her nurse, Mrs. Lucy Thomas, who worked so faithfully to save her for us. And for all the beautiful floral tributes sent to us in her memory and for ybur kindness and sympathy through our great sorrow, we sincerely thank you. Mr. John Vinyard and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lowe, Willie, J. O., and George Henry Vineyard, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brunson, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dye. Mr. Jessie Dye. Mtas Alma Paffi of the <j her | ford over the week end. The County Qhnmiwtoaers Court met , In regular session Monday morning and transacted the regu- lar business, Mrs. Lena-Webster of Este...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 May 1931

I -• Wt: & The j| Let It Show You What \ Cost Production Really Means tan iruou why jroa should start mlutini your farm . With • John Deere General Purpose Tractor. f|nt mm Is that there ia so much work ahead of yoa which i lhattsn wiU handle faster, cheaper and better. dsesnd reason is that the New John Deere 3 year TERMS >tas yon to hny a New John Deere General Purpose Tractor far Laos Money per year than yoa can Feed your teams, Buy a Used Tractor or operate yon old tractor. There Is No CASH Down Payment 13 DUE OCT. 1,1931 1-3 DUE OCT. 1,1932 1-3 DUE OCT. 1,1933 .Yon will find greater dollars and cents economy in these two- cylinder tractors—they -are deslfned to burn low-costs fuels more effectively than eve* before, and there Is a new smoothness, new aalstnsss. and new ease of operation in the improved model that yon. arc snre to like. REMEMBER— the Johjt Deere has tour forms of power—drawbar, belt, power take-off. and the famous John Deere POWER-LIFT which raises or low...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 May 1931

iAY AND SATURDAY I t .* 1 ♦ t i k i « ii i * • t f I I i 1 lb. can 28c 3 lb. can, 81c CHEESE, per pound 19c (IA1S1NS, 4 pound package 38c PRUNES, 2 pound package 17c PEACHES 2 pound Package, 29c OYSTERS, Wapco, 5 oz. can, 10c STRAWBERRIES PECANS, 3 1-2 oz. Glass, 2Sd Toilet Tissue, 4 roils, 15c GREEN BEANS ORANGES large size per Doz. 25c New Potatoes, per pound 4c b LETTUCE, large Firm Heads, Each 5c See Our Windows for Other Specials B B WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS AT ALL TIMES THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE We Delivery 162 I J GOD COULDEN'T BE EVERY WHERE SO HE GAVE US MOTHER "Not she with traitors Up her Sav- ior stung, Not she betrayed Him with unholy tongue; She wHUe Apostiles fled did dan- ger era ve— Last at the cross and first at the grave." Someone Is credited with having said, "God couldn't be everywhere, and so He created Mothers." The author of this tribute to Mothers was of course wrong as to the omnipresence of God. but he had a wonderfully appreciative con- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 May 1931

PETE MOORE'S DAIRY . RR MOORE, Owner, - Claude, Tesas stout Custom Peed Grinding. Let's feed more stock, this \ around Grains for More Profits. BK W^« «S1^ <3>3a % 3^ % %VeWWPnOO«8 tlkirnh try SO FRESH, SO DELICIOUS The Sweet tooth of every member of the family can be pleased with dainty marsels from our trays of pastries. Doughnuts, caljes, cookies, fruit, nut and custard fillings, all baked in the Mastery Bakery. For a change In pastries try ours at moderate prices. Try our wholesome bread made daily. Call on us for specialties, a pleasure to serve you any time. CLAUDE BAKERY J. C. SCALES, Prop. -ANNOUNCING- New Management Of McClure Dairy For people who, demand the BEST Phone 111 for Grade "A" Dairy Pro- ducts. Take no chances. Protect your- self and family, use McClure Grade "A" Milk. We invite the Public to inspect J our Dairy. | SMITH BROS. \ I "Your's For Service" $ PALO DURO FURNITURE CO. Polk Street Amarillo LOW EXCURSION FARF.S Between All Points In Texas and Louisia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

HB9F w * W&t Pi ■ ft* ^ ? jp*5 It ,fe,I • vk&*h?- . .v^ '"r ■'"'' • '■ "...W ■-'<■" ■• * > :. ** '«p§af IKI ': V •■"■ * j Wm v - , J? $ # MP ' ■■ •"' • • ;;" ' •' ■'• * f }j ■-■■■• >> " ;'••« / : IF ' #P" i.,! ' ■ ? I / ftfll fltli H CO-OPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed. But if all the units of industry, business, religion, educ ation, and society are harnessed together and set to work for the good of the community, the total result will be a revelation of the power of co-operation. Claude is climbing up toward the ideal or sliding back into the rut according as it possesses or lacks com- munity co-operation. _ You as an individual have power to accomplish almost anything you set out to accomplish. What a man wills to do, that he can do. Just so, your town, as a town, can accomplish anything it sets out to accomplish. Organized efforts in Claude will bring about practically any conditio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

AT *430 F.a. b. Detroit, plus freight and Jail eery. Bumpers and spar* lira axlra at emall Mil. THE FOHD H OA D S T HI i Everything you trant f or need in a motor ear j at a lioir priee Beauty of line and color *■ 3 Attractive upholatery ^ 55 to 65 mile* an hour Quick acceleration V Fully enclosed four-wheel brakes Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield Four Iloudaille hydraulic shock absorbers Rustless Steel More than twenty hall and rolfer hearings Economy Reliability Lung life i 1 Sim your dealer for a . dt'UMWNtratioii ^ THiRTEEN BODY TYPES *430 to *630 W. o. b. Detroit, ptuI freight and delivery. Bumpert and tpare lire Mir# at small coal. t'ou «u/ buy a Ford vn economical lrrmi through ike ForJl Finance Plant of the Universal Credit Company. King Prajadiiipok of Siam got this Mlute from Cadet Bun M. Praband, hit subj«ct, at West Point •Tell It To Marines \ !7T Don't Rasp Uncle Sam's sharpshooters had bet- ter look a iter their laurels. Peggy Perkins, Kansas co-ed, and Billy Bru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

40 b«w*f trouble SSZlZiM r at that time of We attacks of pile* and a it disorder*. ttMtttiMtkMI bring attack other uapiet r-A Hi Watch your bowels at say age. Guard them with particular can am tarty. Whenever they need any halp, r a doctor should know what kbest for them. "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Ikekmnk. relieving constipation men, women and children of all _ It has proven perfectly safe even foi babies. Made from fresh laxative herbs, pure pepsin and other harmless ingredients, it cannot gripe; will not sicken you or weaken you; can be used without harm as often as your breath is bad, or when your tongue is coated; whenever a headachy, bilious, _ condition warns of constipation. Da. W. B. Caldwell's SYRUP PEPSIN A Doctor's Family KILLS Flies and Mosquitoes Roach*/, Ants Moths, Bcd-Bw*/ MEMORIAL POPPY By ROSA CHURCH "A Poppy Over Every Heart'' Should be the Slogan of every Amer- ican citizen during the next few days, especially each and every member of the American Legion and it's Aux...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

•Mac m M > to 11 oWttk at Pwfe< I! * 'Har* mi ID SATURDAY ^POTATOES, 15 lbs. ...... 32c Coffee Wamba \ }£• - - - - - - - CHEESE, per pound, 19c Spinach, No. 1 tall can, 11c Spinach, No. 2 1-2 can, - 19c CRACKERS, 2 lb. Box 25c PICKLES, Sour, quarts, Concho, _. 24c RAISINS, 4 lb. Package 38c CAKES, Assorted, per pound 29c STRAWBERRIES SUGAR, Powdered, per package . _ 8c OXYDOL, large package, 24c GREEN BEANS LETTUCE, large firm heads, each _ _ 5c TOMATOES, Ripe and Fine, per lb. 14c See Our Windows for Other Specials WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PKICE FOR EGGS AT -ALL TIMES THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE We Delivery 162 . ta t! two states. tU to Portland, Oregon, the Mks in the Peciflc and a trip over iafco Mexico. His trip to Mexico will not forgotton. Robert - Pryde Had as his guests Mr. Ro)l and tiimily from Amarlllo the first of the week. Mr. Roll stopped over on his way to Port Worth where he expects to take a special course in his line of work and qualify for the position to co...

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