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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

o to - WW MOORE. omt, - CH Mt, VMM im about Custom VWd Grinding. La* faed more itofk, this > Orauod Oralna tor More Proflta. MMMMMMmmmmnhm fEJtl -VF5 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 dally. 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 useMcClure Grade "A" Milk. We invite the public to inspect ourDairy. SMITH BROS. "Your'. For Service" Mil HARVEST IS NEAR We specialize .on sheet metal work 011 Combines. Bring us your combine Repairs. Sheet meial work of all kinds done 011 short notice— C. P. Fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

>(«*■■■ h n Government Official Will Visit Claude "Die Evolution of Our Frag" will be the subject of a lecture riven at the Ifethodlit church of Church at V IP.lt Sunday, by Col Harrison 8. Kerrtclc of Kansas City. When C01. Kerrlck was only a slip of a boy he togged up in his World's Fair uniform, went to Chlca go and enlisted in the Spanish American War. That act proved to be the beginning of his thirty years military career. During those years he served in the Spanish American War. the war In the Philippine bland, and the World War. Dur- ing all the Intervening years he was always employed In some service of the government For several months at the close of the Philippine War he served as Superintendent of Schools In the Philippine Islands. Later he was in charge of the disciplinary barracks of the Federal Prison at Leaven- worth. During the World War Col. Kerrlck was In charge of a battery of the coist artillery in France. .. Beside his thirty years of military service Col. K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

Mf "*11 ililll 11 ft | u U ttm Donley County Leader says the 4th of July Picnic at that place via have an OLD FIDDLERS CON- TMT. Good, this editor will be down to enjoy the hospitality of the City of Clarendon. Pass the fried chicken please. Last week's Hereford Brand said more good things about diversified farming than this paper has said in a long time. And the Brand is abso- lutely correct. Diversified farming will pull most farmers out of debt and put them on easy street. The Brand went far enough to say that some banks will refuse loans in 1932 to any farmer who does not diversi- fy. :0: "Expressive Religioi." was the sub- ject discussed at The First Christian Church at Clarendon, last 8unday morning, by Pastor W. E. Ferrell. We note that Bro. Ferrell will soon resign his pastorate of this church to accept the field manage- ment of a religious (Taper in North Carolina. The Christian Church of Clarendon will lose a hard working pastor and a consecrated man when Pastor Ferrell le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 May 1931

"1^ " "5' r. t •'I'?':!*■-':■ WE, lilllrLZ' >r Good Work... the Quality You Want for Long Service JOHN DEERE NO. 3 COMBINE YOU want a combine that will deliver clear, grain—grain that will grade high on the market. You want a ct mbine that will handle your harvest at the lowest possible cost. An i you want a combine that is easy to operate—easy to handle in meeting any field condition. You get all of these features—features that mean real satisfaction —in the new and better John Deere. HERE ARE SEVEN REASONS WHY A JOHN DEERE WILL SERVE YOU BETTER: 1. Simplicity ... 4. High-Grade Bearinga .., All main control* mrm grouped on operator's plat- form. On* man haa Instant and practically cooi- plata control of hla machlna* All «dJiutmwU are Mijr to maka. 2. A Real Grain Saver • • • Cutting, alavating, thrashing, separating and clean* Ing units are constructsd with ample capacity for oavlaf grain under varying conditioner 3. Great Strength... Every pert |a substantially built of the bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 May 1931

mW€WKBK< WWSB Pff.'SfaES •OTpPi p % CLAUDE, /IIWTIOWQ COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1931 r 7 / / n k Paved Streets Of Our City Look Good That part of the paved street* of Claude, from the Depot to John E. Quarles Company Lumber yard south, are being tried out every day and night. This part of the paving which is on Trice Street, has been finished and it looks good to all mortorlst driving this way. The rest of the streets being pav- ed and nearing completion, is from Hie Magnolia Service Station to Henry Roans Oarage East and West It is only a question of a few more days and this paving, which is on the Colorado Oulf Highway through Claude, will also be turned over to the public. We are Informed that this paving will.extend entirely around the court house block, thus putting the mam part of Claude out of the mud. This is as it should be. County peo- ple may come to Claude and do their shopping and not have to wade mud shoe-mouth deep to get from their cars to the sidewalks and to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 May 1931

m feN« tot •u TTT v. The wear on tires on a loose ma- il toad to about ten times an aa the wear on the average ooocrete road. An automobile will give about twice the mileage per gallon on a concrete road as on an earth road Oood brick road ranks second. :0: The farmers are working over time to create more surplus. The government is telling them how to do it. The farm board Is telling the farmer to reduce. It looks like every body ought to be satisfied. :0: A headliner says Henry Ford has $300,000,000 In the bank. We have been wondering why we could not get any in the bank to our credit. Henry has it all. :0: There Is Arthur Brisbane, said to be the highest paid columnist in the world. A short time ago he made the statement that what people lacked was intelligence. That shows what education can do for a m Arthur has a college education and can express himself politely so as not to Injure people's tender feelings on that subject. -:o> Hellovanote— A storekeeper in Clarendon who nev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 May 1931

tm -vs. mm wm ( | --S4 A penny OUB PRICES UNTIL FUTHER . * NOTICE Duart Permanent Oil Waive Waa «8.M now $3.30 Nu-Pad, waa 15J« now «2.M Shampoo, wave let and bair cat inetaded. Shampoo, Soft Water and Wave Set .75 Marcels .15 Manicures .50 Facials 75 And remember our Arnaoil steam treatments, soft water shampoo and and sets only $1.50 If your hair need* conditioning try some of these treatments. You will be pleased. All Work Guaranteed ADORABLE BEAUTY SHOP Phone 110 on Balcony of RUNDELL MUSK STORE. —Clarendon, Texas. COMING TO THE "BEX" AT PANHANDLE, TEXAS. TUES. - WED. - THURS. The Greatest Picture Of The Season "SKIPPY" ADM 15c ft 40c Matinee and Night The law of the country prohibit a man from taking another's life, but he may assasinate his character with impunity. WANT ADS The Texas Company's progress and development has been Built on satisfied customers—THE TEXAS COMPANY. l-T-C GET YOUR COMBINE CANVES REPAIRED NOW The City Shoe Shop does all kind of canves repair work. Give ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 May 1931

^«rr "j. > mmm m estment: thflrty-^romin' ^ifl'tell you that "Good Pood suved through Adequate refrijjeiatlirtilmoney made." ^ie'11 also tell you that Frigidaire helps her make delicious, sMifc^'ffr'^erts "economical. She'll refer with joy ta the great convenience of an ample supply of ice cubes. She'll say that milk, cream, butter, meats and vegetables are lij^pt wholesome and fresh for days—that celery and lettuce stay cjfisp and delicious. She will tell you she kntpvs that in temperature below fifty de- grees lies safety for her family, and that Frigidaire assures that tfroteoWon. * !A small first payment will buy a Frigidaire for your home. Then the balance may be paid on easy terms. There's no need, therefore, to delay the making of this wise in- vestment. PUBLIC SERVICE Company To The Stock Holders of THE FARMERS SUPPLIES & CONSUMERS ASSOCIATION I CANNOT,UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES MAKE TICKETS to (Anv) MEMBER ANY MORE FIRST: If was against wliut was promised all stockholde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 May 1931

• # t' . lY AND SATURDAY! Peaches, in heavy syrup, 21-2 can .. 19c Prunes, Italian, gallon 39c Compound, Swift's Jewell, 8 lb. Pail 93c fC. C. Baking Powder, 25 oz. can 21c Powdered Sugar, Per Pkg. 8c Hominy, Van Camps ,No 2 1-2 can 10c Peas, White Swan, Luncheon, No. 2 can 18c Wheatiet, Per Package, 11c Muffets, Per Package, 11c Preserve* Strawberry, 2 lb. jar, 49c \ Syrup, Moore's Hot Biscuit, Per gal. 69c Soap Palmolive 3 bars, 1 box beads FREE 25c \ New Potatoes, Per lb. 2 l-2c Lemons, large size, per doz, 23c Oranges Good size per doz. 17 l-2c \ \ 0ANANAS see our Windows for PRICE \ WE PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EOGS AT ALL TIMES THE HESS CASH GROCERY PHONE We Delivery 162 CONWAY Carson County Parent-Teachers Meet, June 2 Carson county council of parent- teachers will meet Tuesday June 2 2:30 P. M„ at the court house. Every one interested in this County wide child welfare work is cordially in- vited to attend this meeting. There will be some discussion of plans for next y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 May 1931

towers for remembrance of those we can't forget—you will want them for Memorial Day. Beautiful wreaths and appropriate floral pieces. Hundreds of varieties to choose from, and all priced most moderately. AMARILLO GREEN HOUSE 605 Taylor Street, Amarillo Li KSKKK Grade "A" Dairy Products Phone 1U for the BE8T Grade "A" Milk and other Dairy Products. Protect your family by using McCLURE'S LOW BACTERIA GRADE >A" Milk McCLURES DAIRY PHONE 111 YOURS FOR SERVICE Mind* 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 J. C. SCALES, Prop. Flowers FOR Decoration Day MAY 31,1931 Cunningham Flower Shop "Amarillo'* Leading Florists" REPRESENTED BY GUNTER DRU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 June 1931

Hvruaa sppw - ■ V¥B4mS .l,. iwHHSRSi • • . i • ai ■#♦«• «. # '<* *♦ ■^^^.r<r,- v .. ective Diaguite of Cop 'irti WANT-ADS GET I //] lOST-Knltted Bwd Punt, toed ~ with ohiuicetWt taffita. Contained tend made hankerchlef with tact rfly. Call 196 or brlnt to News 89-C butter Office , Tesas PROGRAM FRIDAY • SATURDAY REMINGTON - Portable type writer, practically new to go at HALF PRICE. This lttle portable typewriter is just the machine to carry with you and write what you want to write at any place you wish to stop. Get It at halt price at News Office, Claude Texas, or phone 97 to-day if interested. 39-tf MM ■ Buffalo Bill. Jr In— TRAILS OP THE GOLDEN WEST THE JUNE GARDEN Also Comedy and SERIAL PREVIEW SATURDAY NIGHT & Siuiday-Monday - Tuesday ROYAL, TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY 935. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter "TOL'ABLE DAVID With Richard Cromwell. Noah Berry and Joan Peers GET YOUR COMBINE CANVES REPAIRED NOW "Among some of the mountaineers feuds" The C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 June 1931

; I bHB m ri tire Stock of the highest grade Ladies dy to Wear—Shoes Furnishings Etc. I be sold as Quickly as Possible. I. MILLER SHOES VALVES $16.50 TO 118.50 *9 VALUES $13.50 TO $15 DRESSES ONE GROUP VALUES TO $10 ONE GROUP VALUES TO * 15 ONE GBOUP VALUES TO $29.50 $2.95 $4.95 $8.95 SILK GOWNS $1.00 AND TEDS SILK PAJAMAS NEW LARGE LEG ST\r.E 1.95 Mrth Oo walk WHITE RID OXFORDS AND COMFORT SHOES 95c SHOE SPECIAL VALUES UP TO $14:50 J485 REGENTS 514 Polk St. Amarillo, Texas !! CAR TURNS OVER J. T. Duke and Cleon Byrd hap- hened to the misfortune to have their car turn over with them Sun- day night. They were driving along about three mile west and five miles north of Conway when they came to a sharp curve in the road. The lights were bad and they did not see the turn In the road until it was too late to keep the car from landing in the ditch. Mr. Duke sustained a badly lacer- ated car and bruised eye. Cleon sustained a severe bruise and cut on his noise. They were driving a Ford at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 June 1931

wm * i 1 a*asm ri' rii riitiitiii'inii n' nfi-aag 9S ii i mm mm smss V f. ■ FRIDAY AND • r Coffee Wamba SATURDAY 1 lb. can 28c ii lb can 81c SUGAR, 25 lb Bag, $1.39 SPINACH, No. 1 Can 11c A* 1 No. 2>£ Can Sliced a/* Pineapple, - ^hed zbc Peaches No. 2 1-2 can in heavy syrup 19c Blackberries gallon - 52c rvnirn Prunes, 2 lbs. 17c DKIlU Peaches, 2 lbs. _ - 29c rPTIITQ Apricots, 2 lbs. _ _35c riVUUO Raisins, 4 lbs 38c OATS, 3 minute China _ - 30c Grape Juice, White Swan, Pints - _. 23c Palmolive Soap 1 Box l'almolive Brads 25c i Ginger Snaps, per It) 13c LEMONS, large size per doz 23c ORANGES, med. size per doz. 17 l-2c ALWAYS A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WE FAY TIIE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS THE HESS CASH GROCERY Phone - FREE DELIVERY - 162 GOODNIGHT Mrs. B. D. Hoiton of Amurillo came down, Friday, Muy 29, to visit her mother, Mrs. Tyler and sister Mrs. R. G. Dye of Goodnight, as she is leaving Monday. June the first for St. Paul, Minn., to spent the sum* mer with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 June 1931

ipr Kjn£>' Kil . Milk, Cream, ^ lilk. Il l w will dcliwy our prddueftt y' • , , . , i • to your door. f ■ Our herd has been State T.-B. Tested land found to be O. K. Buy Your Dairy Products From U And Protect Your Family McChire's Dairy SMITH BROS. Prop PHONE — "Your's For Service" — 111 .•a-..' * 1 aHL.- aPHH^P. . By 5>. 77?. Tenth Installment gUvhSr «u&d mssft.® forcW lo draw on JuSVkwIjJ. !?* mm, In tb* . ch n| ,ol thoii Wh««l«r 4raM 4tad, tlx Kid Ul«r learning th t ' Bob Garner who- bad alio ibot al tba aanu tin*, roall, lulled Wboolar. . Uarner gets the Kid. to 1°'" Foolo ontftt M a rim rider. Tbe Kid anccora Wbceier'a widow and la interrupted bjr Pete Gorham and tome other neitera. Be akoota Gorbam through both eara lor counting hie name with Wheeler a widow. Later ie reacuea a girl. Nellie, and her -dad from Gorham. wounding Pete a««i . The girl, in apite o( her belief the Kid la an imported Texaa killer, warn, him the neatera will kill him. The Kid warm Gar- ner th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 June 1931

pppjSf. ... , 1:4 ■ | I' ' i, Murder aysInWa Of Our Wars The army creates no regard for civil law—The World War knocked down all the respect for civil law we had, and it will be fifty years before we can build it up again. Thus stated Earnest C. Mobley, minister of First Christian Church. Oklahoma City, Okla., when asked by Leroy Plumley, a staff-writer of the Oklahoma News, why he took his stand as definitely opposed to war, in response to the questionaire sent out recently by Kirby Page, editor of The World To-morrow. Several thousands ministers in this country answered the questionaire. and Mr. Mobley was one of over ten thousand who declared they would not support or participate in an- other war. Although, In 1917. he urg- ed men to Join the ranks to light for their country, their honor and for Christianity, he says he will never do it again. He spent one year in France, and speaks from first hand knowledge of the horrors of war. He Is quoted by Mr. Plumley in the News as follow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 June 1931

1ST m PRESS 5N AAMlUNto MHW1W If* Bought a Poppy. I should say we did and had a beautiful girl pin It on our coat. We would be willing to buy half dosen If that many pret- ty girls.volunteered to pin them on our coat lapel. :0: It's a pretty good thing to remem Mr, But a better thing to do— TO work with the construction gang and not with the wrecking-crew. —:0: Less gasoline was sold last year than was sold in 1929, yet the states collected $621.110',961' for the tax. a new high record. Maybe, this tax business is better than the post of- fice business after all. :0: Mansel Ouyn has reduced, in flesh, over 40 pounds in the past ten weeks, and he did not use any kind of medicine or drugs to reduce. He did it all by dieting. Now if some dletition will give the News Editor a diet formula that will make him place 40 pounds of flesh on. he will set 'em up to the ice cream as soon as the flesh has been added. -:o:- Minister Jones who is holding a revival at The Church of Christ in Claude ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

tip* v #' }<p. ■ ; -i U'A' * ■ fly II Iftllw Nm in# watch |nw by leaps iMI IHUJSwpIIB ■■. " hi # tti Mm m M« yw ( t)mi *• m< t • tergal*. Vqr * «f lWl*«w at mtr t eeata a M vqumi «•• CLAUDE, AftMSTKONQ COUNTY TEXAS. FBIDAY, JUNE It, 1931 NDWn« b li Leon Bagwell Co., Assessor Died Wednesday Mr .Leon Bagwell, 33 year of age, Tax Assessor of Armstrong county died Wednesday morning at hlal annual Summer Camp, home in Claude, after an illness of several years, most of which time he was able to go to his office and do the work of Tax Assessor. Leon was ah Armstrong county raised boy, and his friends were numbered by his acquaintances. He had suffered with complica- tions of the liver for several years, and at one time was carried to the Mayo Brothers Clinic for treatment. He improved sufficiently to return home and make the race for County Assessor, which he did and was elected over several others who en- tered the race for this office at that time. Leon was quiet, unassuming and'a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

«wkaw* iwi it' ?: An Illinois judge refuses to recog- nise a divorce granted In Nevadn. If things get much more compli- cated a lot of people won't know whether they are married, single, or Just half and halt. :0: A friend in need is the fellow who will lend you fifty without batting an eye. A better friend in need is the feliow who will pay it back without becoming your enemy. :0: Editor Hill of The Tahoka News, once a Judge and was for some time a defender of Judges and Juries de- cissions. in his paper, a level head- ed man and a splendid logician might give us some light on the de- cision of the two juries' in AmariUo The first jury gave the Nigger the death penalty for shooting to death a cowboy while a second Jury set htm scott FREE! Judge, why this radical change from the SUBLIME to the REDICULOUS? Which one of the juries did the right thing? Both Juries could not possible be right; One or the other was radical- ly wrong, which one was it? How do you explain a decission of 24...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

r ' . ■r ATTENTION'! Lower JUar i tor WhMf Bodies. VIM j. O. True Trailer and Body i Phone S3t, Panhandle. Tex- 1-T-C NR RENT—My twenty-acre place with the house and other improve meaU, west of Claude for t25 i month CASH for the year. Will giw. poeeeelon July let. 1031. JOHN PBORAM, 1631 West ftycamore Street. Denton, Texas. ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY 135 Phone VI and buy a real Typewriter PORTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and bunting, trapping or fishing Is not premitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY. Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c WANTED—OLD RAGS TEN CENTS A POUND CASH for OLD RAOS. or 15 cents a pound on subscriptions to The Claude News. No stockings or strings will be accepted. WWSSSBwKffl®"' ' - 1 h: PavM Dodt* M&e in from Mtt Mdahoma, A. * M. College Wednesday. * Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McOehee of Wayside were transacting business in Claude Monday. Ralph Canal! is at home from medical Colleg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 June 1931

M V f. r ROAO TO COOL COLORADO Colorado Spring* $21.65 - Denver $25.30 On Sate Daily. Limit October 31st. Colorado Springs $18.37 - Denver $21.42 Tlekets on Sale every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday during June, July and August. Limit 30 days. «T Jesus trtth Tbu" Colorado S] Tickets on Sale Limit is days. Special Excursions iprings $13.01 - Denver $15.01 July 4th and 18th, also August 1st and 15tji. Thru Standard iqllgws, /JOOmfff Pullmans Excellent Dining Car Service For full information on low Summer rates to Colorado, Yellowstone Park, Glacier National Park and Rocky Mountain Na- tional Park. Escorted All Expense Tour July 18 CALL OR WRITE B. I). WALKER Ticket Agent Claude, Texas We specialize In "teeth that fit!" No matter how difficult your case may be, we can fit you, properly. BEFORE YOU GO ON YOUR VACATION Make It a point to come in and allow us to give your teeth a thorough inspection Don't take a chance of having your vacation ruined by faul- ty teeth. Take a bottle of May...

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