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

' iiii *- i Brxmr — ininn—-n* . -.. |J :*'■ """' ' •?. mmmm 1 pfpjf ■ fH #3* 1THT lTV.Tr~FJrT777~'l'F J'"T.yj" 7*'' *wyagir'n,*T* ' i1 I^IIHWfSKWn??' rafMP*.JwS ■>:*-',r;?";'*'-• •!;••'' - -J- i " .""■ v, ' •" V> • ®5B|SHk 'i*'' <• * v'•fo,j4 ' j'_fi '* ', v>,' *?!/ 1, " , '' ,.t .' £ *. ' ' m l ■- ■a ' fW: y ® *Maki tit's >9 and J ustans Maybe the Tailor-mades have taken the place of the Durham tack and paper? ... but nothing hai taken the place of Justin*. Justin Booti today are at com- fortable, long wearing and good i looking aa they have been for the past fifty years .. . the standard by which others are judged. If you can't get Justin* from your dealer, just write us direct for style sheets and order blanks. H. J. JUSTIN & SONS, Inc. 332 S. Lake Street B Fort Worth, Texas I But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. Gen. 6:8. PLATING Established 23 Years Silver Repairing — Tinning — C.nl- vanizinf. An? article made of nielnl Plated in Gold. Silver. limine...

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

lowing it to dry anfthen Scat- tering over the pasture on a windy day. from the pu for eggs ; K% *X Dusting Irish potatoes with copper lime to control late blight increased the yield of potatoes 25 bush- els per acre in a demonstra- tion conducted by Will Cab- ler, Cameron county farm- er. Mr. Cabler's field made 69 bushels of No. 1 pota- toes to the acre, while an adjoining undusted field made'only 44 bushels. The spuds sold for three cents per pound, giving an ad,led income of $45 for the dust- ing, which cost-$2.70, plus about two hours labor. Expressing profit entire- ly in terms of what home- grown feed brought, L. A. McDaniel, a poultry demon- strator of Wharton, re- ceived about $1.33 per bushel in March for his corn on a 14-cent egg mar- ket. His flock of 650 White Leghorns laid an average of 18 1-3 eggs for the month. Laying mash was used to balance the 42 bushels of corn fed. Feed was esti- mated to comprise 60 per cent of the total cost. According to the Louis- iana State...

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

Sw5 IHR EisPm ^p outpatient ^ waa completed •t thft John Sealy Hospital • Galveoton, at a coat of half a BRIDGE ACROSS TRINITY OPENED The new bridge acrou Trin- million dollars. This is one of America's wealthiest med- ical institutions. Few hospitals in the coun- try enjoy a larger endowment than the John Sealy. The do- nor for whom it is named, at his death in 1926, bequeathed to it practically his entire es- tate, consisting of $10,000,- 000 in cash, securities and lands. The increase of values and discovery of oil on some of the properties have raised the value of the properties, according to conservative es timate of the endowment, to $25,000,000, with a possibility that the value may soon reach twice that sum. By order of the founder applicants for treatment who say they are unable to pay are taken at their word and given treat- ment. ity river on Highway 31, west of Athens, and between Ath- ens and Corsicana, is now open to traffic. The formal opening and celebration of the e...

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

«# •: v w*'v4r^^ 1 t Bfe I a a K ac L «« Letters that say"Thank You"for Yond's Beautiful women write to say Pond's keeps their skin exqnwteJy fireah and dear. Ydo should follow this (amoos, easy Method of home complexion care: One, for immaculate cleansing, apply Pond's Cold Cream several times a day, always after exposure. Two, remove the cream with Pond's Cleansing Tisanes, softer, more absorbent, economical. Three, briskly dab with Pond's Skin Freshener to tone and firm. Latt, smooth on Pond's Vanish* tag Cream for powder base and protection against son and wind. Cevrrtrtt. im, Pond'. Extract C yVous when it-rains-it-pours PLAIN o« IOIHZIO WHY not give your HANDS a good comfortable pair of GLOVES to work in. Try a SABIN. THEY WEAR. THEY MAKE WORK EASY. IT'S A SABIN SABIN COMPANY GLOVES 536-540 West Federal St Youngstown, Ohio. $3 REPUBLIC OF TEXAS BILL Dr. J. W. Irion, of Fort Worth, owns a $3 bill of the Republic of Texas, which was issued in 1841 and was signed with ink. Dr. Ir...

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

I- " 7 Li. « a Another New Brick To Be Erected Soon They say it never rains but pours Another new Brick building is being erected in Claude, since Paul Hood moved into his New Grocery build- ing and J. c. Scales moved his bak- ery into his new Brick Building This new brick is on the same street and a few doors West of the other new buildings, recently com- pleted, being the corner lot West of The Claude Hardware and Furniture Co. This lot has been vacent ever since a two story brick burned down on it over 16 years ago, at which time the Claude News printing of- fce was burned to ashes. New material was bought and the plant, used in printing the Good- night paper, was moved to Claude, and the two papers consolidated. At that time Marvin and Spurgeon Bishop owned and operated The Claud? News. They later sold to the piesent editor, who has owned and edited this paper ever since. But back to the story of our new brick Mr. Joslah Kerrick, brother of Mrs Phebe K. Warner is here looking af...

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

1 ' I fc t i' 1 hmtm Adhtirin Repgo— TH£ igwrAW press Assocmiai V In next week's Claude News, one cf our Staff Correspondents will prove that there will be no women In Heaven. This article will appear In this column on page two. Look for It. :0: Nowadays the fanner is working '*•' Overtime to produce a surplus, and every paper he picks up tells him to reduce; Bunk, and more bunk. If the power^Uhat control our currency would sW%d it that it was working things would be relieved. :0: Heard a man remark on our streets, the other day: "Talk is Cheap". If that man had to pay the telephone bills, this editor has been paying the past 16 years, which amounts to over $1030 besides the long distance calls, he would not say "Talk is Cheap". :0: At a meeting of the Commission- el's of Armstrong county Tuesday they finished up their papers re- garding the paving of the streets of Claude and around the court house. Everything finished and the paving bosses liu"e departed for new fields. :0: "Casti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 July 1931

A -room house claw in gas, fleetrlc lights. city rTid Into kitchen. Only 13.80 • week If taken at once. Phone 97 to-day. 44-t-f. ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to loll at ONLY US. Phone 91 and buy a real Typewriter HELP WANTED WANTED—Reliable man between ages of 2S and 50 to supply old es- tablished demand (or Rawlelgh Pro- ducts In Potter and Randall County. Other (ood Localities available. Surety Contract retr'ired. Company furnishes everything but the car. Good profits for hustlers. Write the W. T. Rawlelh Company. Memphis Tenn., or see me. C. A. Rhyne, Claude, Texas. 46-C POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J? A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing is not premitted 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 Promptly; Pay In Full; but Cost Less! 112E. 5th, St. Phone 22911 PROBATE NOTICE I have been appointed and quali- fied ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 July 1931

IIP iMfe. DVANCCD OijEFRjgERATIOfiL HHI .!• ■■* __ * ■'! MBSI '.- s \ *♦ k 1here's a Frigidaire to fit the smallest pantry or oversized kitchenI If you live in Tom Thumb Apartment (as so many of ua do, nowadays), there's a trim Frigidaire a fraction over four feet high, that can be conveniently tucked into a tiny corner. It will keep 4 cubic feet of food correctly cool and wholesome and will turn out 3 pounds of ice cubes at a time.. i If, on the other hand, you have a large home and a large family with Urge appe- tites—there's a Frigidaire that stands 5 feet 7% inches on its casters, offers 27 square feet of shelf-space and delivers 20% lbs. of . ice every time you tap its trays! And between these two, there are no less than the other Frigidaire models to choose from! Suit yourself—secure in the knowledge that whichever Frigidaire you select will render the greatest possible service, over the longest possible period, at the least possible cost! * * * Models to meet all capacity-req...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 July 1931

E AUTIFUL NEW FORD U/XX. CPo-clleA. TOWN SEDAN DE LUXE SEDAN CONVERTIBLE SEDAN DE LUXE TUDOR VICTORIA CABRIOLET The most striking fine car types ever offered at such low prices are now being presented by Ford dealer*. These are the six newest de luxe creations of the Ford Motor Company. They are designed and built to meet every need of the automobile buyer whosd desire for motoring luxury and outstanding perform* ■lice is tempered with sound economy. , Get the facts about these fine cars. Compare their lithe, clean-cut style with any you have ever created in your own imagination. Learn about the de luxe materials with which each car is trimmed and uphol- stered, and how carefully these are tailored. Sit and ride in the wide, restful seats and you will realize that just as no restrictions have been put on meehan< ical performance, so no limits have been placed ou comfort and beauty. There is much to interest the careful buyer—a choice of sparkling colors, a variety of rich uphol- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 July 1931

WKmmm in ft* and hum 4pr.lt cost no more. SMITH BROS. DAIRY ;«.'/«.nrgcog B 8KWWWB000n«W1M81t%KK%%'K1>10( PLAINS PHOTO STUDIO 125 Central Bld(., 615 H Polk Street, Amarillo Tew FOB GOOD PHOTOS TWO SPECIAL SIZES Stamp Size, Six Cor 35 cents — 18 for SO cents Large Size, Six For 75c FOLDERS AND COLORING EXTRA These Popular Mlniture Photces are Just Right for Memory Books, Applications, Passports, Identifications, or Letterheads. Commercial Work — Copying — Enlarging, and Coloring Kodak Developing and Printing PIANO SPECIALS Used We have a number of Slightly PIANOS to go at $75.00 and up. Also carry the GULBRANSEN and BALDWIN Pianos at $250.00 and up, Bran New. We carry a Complete line of BRUNS" WICK RADIOS and Everything Musi* cal. Visit Our Beauty Parlor The Adorable Shampoo and wave set $ .75 AR-NOIL (Steam treatment for hair) Permanent Wave Steam and Oil Wave Duart Permanent Wave RUNDELL MUSIC STORES At CLARENDON AND PAMPA, TEX. 1.00 2.00 3.50 5.00 SAVE MONEY On that next Furnit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 July 1931

E-j;—*—— . ! pgEpP •I p year. Ik*' «Mt W« * fpggpig Kjf*r. hi.'" '. V. .--'jit i MM BaBasRgBi PWMP age m Mi at • to The Km at nft I «r VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1931 J 0 # I f 1 I Old Settlers Re-Union-Picnic And Rodio Scott Laycock's Car Runs Into Grain Truck Thursday evening of last week as Mr. and Mrs. Scott Laycock and Miss Shirley Shook of Canyon were returning" from San Jon, N. M„ they sldeswlped a loaded wheat truck near Adrian and overturned their car. Miss Shook had one little finger nail crushed and the next finger bruised. Hne Is a splendid pianist and can not play until her liurts heal. Mrs. Laycock was painfully in lur- ed over the right eye and had a painful bruise on the right shoulder. Her wont hurt was a deep cut on the right knee which reached almost to the bone, but the synovial fluid was net penetrated so that the knee will not be permanently stiffened. The cai was almost new Durant and the doors on the right Mdt were torn off wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 July 1931

as—H-—— L\ ' rf^m mm K ! $; ;'! W The Claude News is in favor of every Interest which makes for the b< it-jirerv of emy fanner in the Panhandle. We are invariably for the man who farms the farm and not the man WHO FARMS THE PARMER. O: Wheat. Oil and Cotton, three of Texas' chief products has been low- ered below the cost of production price. This Is quite a blow tor Texas. If we had $50 pel capita MONEY. In actual circulation, cotton would sell at 20 cents a pound. Wheat at $1.00 per bushel and oil be going at $2 50 a ban el What we need is more money ir. circulation. :0: It is said by those who claim to know that if you want to borrow money next year, you will have to diversify your crops, especially have a reasonable supply of Hogs. Cows and Chickens. You do not have to guess at it to know where the Bank- ers would be had they loaned out a lot of money on this year's wheat crop ONLY. People who want to bor- row money will have to raise some- thing that is more valuable than whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 July 1931

.A WW or feM.wta • 1 Claude, tout f or thie paot reared Capfiaist MaktMi at Tayta Street, Amsrlllo, Texas came down yesterday to look altei his wheat Interest. Probably more Armstowg county farmers have (faMDfbatntratf about their WHEA1 INTEREST more so than any ofle other thing we oan mention. " HOGS, tk WHEAT AND SELF , FEEDERS MAKES PROFIT Self feeders for your hogs Is a sure way to get the Job done and the hogs don't wait. Pill the feeder with barley or thrashed row crop of ft Combination of all thes? feeds ther. in another compartment of the sell feeder fill with equal part of 43 pel cent Cotton seed meal and 30 pel cent Tankage. Let the nogs balance their own rations. Keep plenty of fresh water before them at al'. time. WANT ADS _ • - ■; :b*jSjt *•1'"lA jli'ft f r, A, % Alexander of FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. O. T. WILMOTH 46-PD STRAY ED—One 2 year old Jersej row, Bra ad', d H on right hip. F. W HAOAMAN. Box 36. Claude, 46-F l.OST—Double Eagle Tire, Carrier, Wheel and Lock. Rew...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 July 1931

mm Sll Kwrvilk, Tom Tv Mr*. Neah Sugg* WMthcrfcrd, Tmm Mr*. John P. BwvUl*. T«u THBSB five the rural hotnemakert of Tea*, will compriit the fourth (roup to receive the title of M ter Farm Homemaker conferred annually by The Farmers Will, national form women'* magazine of St. Paul, Minn., \ in co-operation with the Extension \ itrwiofthe A> TeJtM Mrs. Andrew K Hanna Floydada, Texas Mrs Edfar Lumpkin Buffalo Springs, Texas FIVE MASTER FARM HOMEMAKERS OF TEXAS College Station. Texas, July 23.— Five outstanding Texas farm women will be honored as winners of the Texas Master Farm Homemaker title for 1931 on the opening of the twenty-second annual Farmers Short Course at the Texas A. & M. College July 27. The following have just been announced as winners of the title for this year: Mrs. Noah btaggs, Weatherford; Mrs. Herman Schulze, Kerrville; Mrs. Edgur Lumpkin, Buffalo Springs; Mrs. A. R. Hanna, Floydada; Mrs. J. P. Imp- son. Beeville. Selection of the title winners ana the publi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 July 1931

pfij and Roy McDowell of vWted MM McDowell. t V(- W. Hunter Is visiting his " • ' Mm. W. W. McDowell. JOIto- Hubbard made a business Wp to AmariUo Monday .'Miss Alma Nobles of Hart, spent aiveral' days with Sup McDowell -Mr . Ohas Ooodngiht is visiting. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hubbard. Mr. R. H. Brown who ls in poor health seems to gain some strength. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Phillips arc in Dumas. Miss Laura Carter of Pampa spent last week with home folks. Miss Verbena Holder of Shattuck Is visiting. Mrs. Alba Shores. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Newberry and family were in Groom Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mitchell and family of Conway visited in the home of A. M. Posey. Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B Clynch, July 9, a girl, Melva Ann. Ray Burton of Claude was in Oodnlght Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John spikes and daughter of Lubbock are visiting her parents, Mr .and Mrs. J. A Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and family spent Sunday in Leila Lake. Mrs. J. M. Jordan ls seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Colli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 July 1931

in for and have delivered at SMITH BROS. DAIRY SPECIAL We are offering the GREATEST BARGAINS EVER IN PERMAN- j ■NT WAVES. Croquignole Complete Including CA SA ! tuUr cut, shampoo and set i All work guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Ewen formally with the j Adorable Beauty Shop Clarendon. t . I 610 Taylor Street — Amarillo, Texas j Post Office Beauty Shop FIFTH INSTALMENT Rickruf Motors litre Rowma to ytny P«Mr on a ■ tion-wid« torn i tkoir roMiter •• an adnrtirni oitotit. At tb« bit rainuU Littlt Bobbjr il Mfllrf to Mt ii chaperon. . , . . A ftv milM out Bobby btcoaMS ttorial at being ported from her mttboort and Jtowena iumtt on. takinc ber place in tfce rumble ao that abe con ride with Peter oad have him to talk to about Carter Roveaa geta Peter to conaent to ditr de thf oaponae money each week at toon ai it arrives, and astonishes Peter by eating Wo econ- omically. The three tourists reach Denver, ifter •Maine through Buffalo, Chicago and St. Louis. Peter and Kowena have inanv_ tm PLAINS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 July 1931

„■• "' ' '■ ' ^ lliiii * ••' 'if#!! I I m' & •" %i ft r, ? Hg .a® ■ nr '■ .'life «*r t'«m fiw a** mmm mmm mm ftts# er **** 7N aai at • Inik to- The Nm M Mb a VOLUME 4t CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT? TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUL? SI, fOTl NUMMSB4I Claude Is Hostess To Old Settlers Picnic And Rodeo Famous Buffalo Herd At Good- night To Vanish Wichita Palls, July 25.—The last great herd of the "Monarchs of the Plains" Is soon to disappear unless public sentiment causes Intervention The famous Goodnight herd of buffalo Is to be sold and slaugh- tered. The late Colonel and Mrs. Charles Goodnight established the Good- night ranch in 1876. At that time there were only a few buffalo roam- ing the great plains and through persuasion of Mrs. Goodnight her pioneering husband gathered the progenitors of the present herd. For many years it has been the practice to slaughter the surplus members of the herd. The herd now numbers 186 old animals and the calf crop of the summer is between 10 and 20 head. If pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 July 1931

f b M 1 AjMUiaita Instead of all this bunk why not put some money in circulation to the farmer might have a little for hi* work, give the 7000DOB idle men a job and over production would van- ish in a night. :0: Another trouble now is that not enough of those who experienced the old-time saloon survived it to tell the story to the youth of today. O A Democrat may get a little sar- castic occasionally, but we haven't heard any of em suggest that those who kept cool with Coolidge are keeping hot with Hoover. :0: It's always very exciting to get the returns from an election; but the real returns, for better or for worse, begin to come in a year or two afterward. :0: Crude oil has been selling from 10 to 20 cents a barrel, while You fellows who drive up to a filling sta- tion to have a quart of Lubricating 011 placed in your automobile paid from $50 to $70 a barrel for this oil after it was refined. $40 to $50 a barrel profit to refineries is entirely too small a profit and they should ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 July 1931

Published sooner or later. He Mis* Or* Let Parka of Texas,' la her# for ai month's visit' her slater, Mrs. 1 R. Turner of ude High School. .... i AMILT, Friend, gue*l I better than calf MRS t>, Claudli" 48-P FOR BINT—8-room house elese In —natural gas, electric lights, city water piped into kitchen. Only 13.90 a week if taken at once. Phone 97 to-day. 44-T-F. CHANCE OF LIFETIME RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers In Armstrong County. Wonderful opportunity. Make 18 to >20 dally. No experience or capital needed. Write today. FUR8T & THOMAS, Dept. S, Freeport, Illi- nois. 1-T-P ICE REFRIGERATOR — 75-pound Ice Capacity, slightly used, almost as good as new, to be sold at ONE FOURTH first cost. Buy this Ice Refrigerator and it will keep your milk, butter, vegetables and other things cold, thus preserving them and therby be a great saving to you In warm weather. Phone 97 or phone 147 and you will get all the Inform- ation you need to buy a good re frlgerator at ONE-FOURTH fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 July 1931

r is such an easy matter to experience perfect -.^■shoe fitting. You need but com* into this storo 1 to find tho particular six* shoo that will offor you tho utmost style, woaring quality and comfort. There is not a normal foot that cannot bo ac« cvrately fitted in an ENNA JETTICK shoo because— TMY COMIM 177 MPFIMNT SIZU AND WIDTHS. AN ACCURATE PIT FOR IVIRY NORMAL FOOT. AAAAA to EEE—Sizes 1 to 12 JEffljf SHOES FOR WOMEN K] NIONI ■mm Mala* dtes Mi MSC t«-c«ait k*s>:-up. (Old fathlanad torigi and hymni™ n« jau.) ALWYN BACH Announcw Awarded Hi* Gold M.dal for tupri- ority in diction by th« American So- ciety of A" and lattara. £ MWIess • Your foot comfort assurod by our RRANNOCK Foot-Fitting fystom #e, and Miss Enna Jet- tick, invite you to see her New Fall Styles, now on display at this store THt 1) TORh Wl/H. !HE. GOQQ& Amarillo, Texas Used Farm Machinery For Sale At Bargain Prices 1-15-30 McCormack-Deering Tractor. 1-Twin City Tractor (New pistons and sleeves and complete ov...

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