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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 July 1931

KUV-i iUttkr Saturtfcy. was In Canyon Mr ;^nd Mr*. H. P. Clemmons, and Itlss Orw Oammack were In Oood- nigfat Saturday. • Jade OUsen was in Amarilto Sun- day. Mr .and Ml*. Ed Watson, Oceola Scott and VtOtaa McDowell were in Claude Saturday Mrs. Prank Babcock of Groom is here with her father, R. H. Brown, who Is 111/ Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Posey made a business trip to Borger Thursday. W. W. Brown of Wichita Fulls is here. Mrs. Alfred Black shopped in Clarendon Thursday. Mrs. Jlmmie Moore from the J. A. Ranch visited Mrs. W. W. McDowell. O. E. Hill was in Amurillo Wed- nesday. Will Barker of Martin visited Mat Barker. Mrs. Henry Tims and son were in Amarilto Wednesdoy where she car- ried her son to a doctor. Tom Coston of Anmrillo was in Goodnight this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Newberry and family, Mrs. Neely Cox and children Mrs. Carl Newberry and son. visited J. E. Newberry in Amarillo Tuesday. Mrs. Albert Crain and daughter. Nell, shopped in Clarendon Wed- nesday. Mrs. Don Martin and s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 July 1931

' '" • " •' fiR • .. ' |^"w ."* TH BROS. DAIRY WwpiipwwwiMiiiiiMii imififni Iiiimiiiwi PLAINS PHOTO STUDIO 1M Central BHg.. «U«4 hi Stmt, AmariHo Tetoa FOR GOOD PHOTOS kmm $ t • TWO SPECIAL SIZES Stamp SUe, Six For 25 cents — 18 (or SO cents Ijarge 8ize, Six For 75c FOIjOERS AND COLORING EXTRA These Popular Mlnlture Photces are Just Right for Memory Books, Applications. Passports. Identifications, or Letterheads. Commercial Work — Copying — Enlarging, and Coloring Kodak Developing and Printing ibaoB«Bwot sx nQaoa«a q«n«aB««tw«o^^ % PIANO SPECIALS We have a number of Slightly Used 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) 1.00 Permanent Wave T 2.00 Steam and Oil Wave 3.50 Duart Permanent Wave 5.00 RUNDELL MUSIC STORES At CLARENDON AND PAMPA, TEX. THAT G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 August 1931

15** '* ■b I e V : ?§$m 'mmm t ■ ,JM MM at • la The *ews M mt, t vaunstt CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COCWTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1931 NOUD 6,000 Attend The Old Settlers Picnic And Rodeo Hi. 7 li ' Li v Old Settlers Reunion, Picnic And Rodeo One of the most' wonderful gath- erings Claude had for many years, wus last Thursday, when The Old Settlers and new settlers and their friends gathered in a large tent just east of the Court House for their annual Reunion and Picnic, here In Claude. Oolff's Popular Players, owners of a large tent properly seated, who played each night of last week in Claude, in this tent, kindly loaned their tent and seats to The pic- nickers. and same was used throughout the day by those who attended the Old Settlers Reunion. Not only hundreds from all parts of Armstrong County attended but many from Amarlllo, Clarendon, Panhandle and many other Pan- handle points, attended to picnick with us. The Editor being born and partially raised in Kentucky, nat- urally went to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 August 1931

ymr.—41 JO AdrnUm mmmm Thlngt stand now, after the state has (pent more than a hundred thousand dollars of money It did not have (It was operating on a deficiency basis when the special session was called), Just where they stood before the legislature met. Nobody has explained why lubri- cating oils dropped not a cent and gasoline very little while crude oil was a drug upon the market at ten and fifteen cents the barrel. Perhaps our legislators didn't think to ask these questions while they had the chief executives of these big Texas oil companies on the stand. :0: This reckless killing of innocent people by careless auto drivers, who persist in driving onto Railroad tracks when a train is nearing, should be stopped, if possible. Texas should have licensed auto drivers. Each prospective driver should be examined by an expert who PLAYS SAFETY FIRST, and after a rigid examination, the one applying for a license could not stnd the test, he should be refused a license at any price. Then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 August 1931

< — &K KovaL to m .* 7 and buy a 1 f At WANTED—rum Product* in ex- change for Painting, Paper-hang- ing or Sewing Machines.—E. D. YELfON 1-T-O FOR BALE:—1,800 extra good two- i year old Rambouillet ewes In lots to suit purchaser. Alio 75 rams. W. T. HAZLEWOOD, Canyan Tex- as. 51-C FOR THE FAMILY, Friend, guest, or sick, nothing better than poultry. For FRIERS call MRS LEWTER Phone No. B18-D, Claude, 48-P FOR RENT—8-room house close In —natural gas. electric lights, city water piped into kitchen. Only 13.50 a week if taken at once. Phone 97 to-day. 44-T-F. 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- frigerator at ONE-FOURTH first cost .and It was purc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 August 1931

x^jSGCLimr ^Dir Entire sW$ JFIneDiaric /J/ Watches a jraSmBMBs ■£30} rR*aottfo but which TSI?nfj SS?A«flf MBib HKRKBY WAVttO." Of cours? thin phrase does not change '&;.)*% wherein the law says certain cita- tions, Etc., shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation. The late law says certain, citations, Etc., must be published in a news- paper, while the old law, which was done away witn by the en- actment of the new law, allowed certain papers to be POSTED. TOw who wish to sustain this contention —that certain papers may be posted and do not have to be published li. a newspaper of general circulation —read the old law, which was dor.e away with when the late or new law was enacted. There are many valuable citations and papers that .nay be posted, and no one make any fy. ■■■+&:; V'VsMf >7 E. E. FINKLEA ANNOUNCES BIG- GEST ANNIVERSARY SALE Each summer for many years, E. E. Flnklea, AmariUo Jeweler locat- ed at 808 Polk Street, has con- ducted an anniversary sal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 August 1931

I IJ T f German inventors have devised the above "Zeppelin on Wheels," powered by an air propeller, at an answer to-the airplanes' bid for passcugcrs. It cuts time schedule* in half and can do J30 miles an bcur. WEEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW A study of the unemployment census report of the Department of Commerce mode public on July 28th shows the manufacturing and mechanical industries most serious- ly affected by unemployment. Ex- traction of minerals and the fores- try and fishing industries had the next highest percentage of jobless, while the lowest were found in agriculture, public service and pro- fessional service. Of the 48,823,589 persons, ten years old or over, reported as gain- ful workers in April. 1930, over 2 400.000 or 5 per cent were out of a job, able to work and looking for work. Nearly half the jobless were in the manufacturing and mechani- cal industries, in which over 1,100,- 000 persons out of about 14.300,000 gainful workers were unemployed. Of the Individual indust...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 August 1931

5T5m£*£!'J ■•- '.," *■ '^"'*-ff "*' •*.' pwNer^fmi MM your daer, and tt etMs no%M «UMrwt Ontfe "A" KUk <MLY Mo quirt. Ffetoe US in at your service. SMITH BROS. DAIRY !s~s== REDUCED EXCURSION FARES TO COOL COLORADO Colorado Springs $21.65 - Denver $25.30 On Sale Daily. Limit October 31st. Colorado Springs $18.37 - Denver $21.42 Tickets on Sale every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday during August, ijimlt 30 days. Special Excursions Colorado Springs $13.01 - Denver $15.01 Tickets on Sale also August 15th. Limit IS days. follows thelbckies 1500 miies MEXICO Thru Standard Pullmans Excellent Dining Car Service For full information on low Summer rate* to Colorado, Yellowstone Park, Glacier National Part and Rocky Mountain Na- tional Park CALL OR WRITE a D. WALKER Ticket Agent Claude, Texas OFFERS ITS READERS TREMENDOUS .WHY- PAYMOt 9mt in w9 ON THEIR EPo^^wnMB r*\aXk\K m J "ll MAGAZINE: e^o=f£i8E3S youCanHaveYourChei Of Any FIVE c.o£\ MAGAZINES <"$2* ^ And This Newspaper It's absolutel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

fwmi- " *-' * * WsW'xwwF?. f. |P$|P ..V®: 7r. ,'T'i . UX.ZK '■■ \ .- ,. ..*'*%&- m rtafi ■- ./,r M. It#!' yw mmI a* i In n Htn at Mb ssSLs- VOLUME 4* CLAUDE, AEM8TBONO COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUO. 14, Mil Niimn * . : V ■ 1200 Cars Grain Shipped Out of Armstrong County Armstrong Co. Leads In Ship- ment Of Grain As usual Armstrong county leads other Panhandle counties In the shipment of grain. Last year, and year before last, Good Old Arm- strong County, lead the panhandle prosesslon, and does it every year, not trailing behind in the year of 1931. The number of cars of grain shipped out of our county from Claude, Goodnight, Washburn, Kasota, Maiden, and wayside, is little over twelve hundred down to date. When you think about 1.000 cars of grain shipped out of any one county, it seems almost unbelievable, but Armstrong county. The Banner County of the Great Panhandle country, takes the lead, not only in the shipment, of Grain, but many other farm and garden products. We do not say ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

cwflwei If you believe The Claude News editorial policy is right, tell him to any time you meet him, or write something along that line for the paper. If you believe he is mistaken in his deductions, tell him so and write something along the line you believe to be more nearly right and send same in to the pa- per. We have published several letters from subscribers to this pa- per. wherein they differed material- ly from us. and were glad to do so. We want both sides of every question discussed in a sane and sensible way. for the reason there may be those who think quite dif- ferently and we assure you that every thinking man has a right to discuss Financial, political and economical problems just as he sees them. Let the People Know and let the People Rule is our motto. O: It Is stated, by reliable authority that buying crude oil at ten cents a barrel and selling it. after It is refined, at *90 a barrel, has proven to be profitable to refineries. Sounds reasonable. ;0: Supply and De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

wm mB IS® t-v'- V mi safe ~':yW';r7ff i'' I^i ' "'i ";' -r * *"F"I Mr. ami lb*. Lawrence Byler 1-— •wo wMnpRn-pipiMPip^ their crop* and the raw ero probably make them more elear money than the wheat crop, tally If we add the Cow, the flow and the Ben. annnunoe the arrive! of a girl. Beotrie Wtahtng In good —|ee DTE. «-P Mr. and Mr*. Id Robison came in Saturday after family 'nlpplieti i L * ROYAL IVPgWHllIB, tn AS Condition to Nil at OWLT US. Phone n and buy a real Typewriter TOR tARSE NICE CLEAN SAND- WICHES, drop in at the WAG- INN, and your appetite will be 62-C FOR SALE:—1.800 extra good two- year old Rambouillet ewes in lots to suit purchaser. Also 75 rams. W. T. HAZLEWOOD, Canyan Tex- as. 51-C FOR RENT—5-room house close in —natural gas. electric lights, city Water piped into kitchen. Only $3.50 a week if taken at once. Phone 97 to-day. 44-T-F. ICE REFRIGERATOR — 75-pound Ice Capacity, slightly used, almost ns good as new. to be sold at ONE- FOURTH first cost. Buy this Ice Refr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

up **•* the dirigible I cubic tNt of helium I by the Amarlllo plant running at thirty per- This Is the only plant in the United i i;f ■ I8TER S INTERNATIONAL <ARV—Just received, the very latest and best. This dictionary la a world of knowledge, an argu- ment settler, and storehouse of knowledge, and should be in every store, shop, and home. Every In the English language cor- rectly spelled and defined. Retail price $16.50, Call 97 and get it foi less. 46-T.F. KILLS Flies and Mosquitoes Roach*/, Ant/ Mvth/.Btd-Bbf/ CITY SHOE SHOP I try to buy the best leather on the market for my best grade shoe work. If at any time my work fails to give satisfaction, give me a chance to make it right. Your money is not mine till you are satisfied. Ladies Leather Heel Taps—30c; Rubber 25c. Men's 'i soles for shoes; No. 1 $1.25; No. 2. $1.00; No. 3. 75c Ladies '/ soles for shoes; No. 1. 81.00; No. 2. 75c; No. 3. 50c W. 11. GILES 49-0 <;> ■ ? ' \ '* - ■ smSi %c; te. jfrias :<*; ay jnfttnnr ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

m 9 WHAT fMMHI AMD COTTON r/UWlU, OCT TOGATHEK Or Relief For Our People By P. A. SPAIN, M. D. Some time ago, the author wrote the following article, and It was published In several papers In the United States: "FUNDAMENTALISM AND FINANCE" "Almost with one accord, the ministry Of the country refuse to trust their Bibles on the question of usury." "The unanimity with which they persist in misinterpreting their own Bibles on this question is astonishing." "In saying this, I am not trying to cast opprobrium on them, or to darken their influence with the public, for as a class they are exponents of our highest morals, but they are not infallible, and I am merely trying to lift them from a false position and to place them on the solid basis which will help to elevate and perpetuate the nation. "Recently I heard a very ortho- do* minister lecture on the 'general rules' of the Methodist Church. He emphasized the fact that one of the 'rules' was against the taking of 'unlawful interest.' He ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

w~-Mm r- wmwtgft llllnirt at your door, iod it < Orade "A" Milk ONLY 10c a quart. ■BKI MITH BROS. DAIRY BKttaMiiawa mmSOBSSSmtSBB^MSSSBSSSSlmMSSSm EIGHTH INSTALMENT iaft«rnoon at four o'clock MtXKXKSOOOWWBaaHW RMf§|s s ~ - . _ ■■ , giving an open reception to the city Xukruft Motor* birr Rowtna to ccoi* T_ .u" - ■ mr h roMitcr fil« on a ution-wide tour in thtir At tl>« ct r j I [(? REDUCED EXCURSION FARES TO COOL COLORADO Colorado Springs $21.65 - Denver $25.30 On Sale Daily. Limit October 31st. Colorado Springs $18.37 - Denver $21.42 Tickets on Sale every Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday during August. Limit 30 days. Special Excursions Colorado Springs $13.01 - Denver $15.01 Tickets on Sale Limit 15 days. follows iwr-- KNA in their public salesrooms, with after- noon tea and a band, and they've got a car all decorated up like a wedding for you two to sit in and receivc the guests. And they're going to present the bride with orange blossoms sent up by aeroplane from California t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

nr <nt rfwiH U aat Mwapaparadvwrtiaiar twfy UN will and boanda. /olume 42. MAGAZINE SECTION . ... . NEWS WANT ADS •( aaly h a wpri wfll aall aoaathiag far caah jaa kmiM the place ar briaf yaa MMtlih aaed at a bargala. Try It ta Tha Claade Newa at oalj 2c par ward. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1931. NO. 49. Blondie S H\LDE.GARD'S MOTHER- SHE'S FR\6HTFUU-Y EVGlTED AND SAYS SOMETHING TERRIBLE WAS HAPPENED TO HILDE6ARD vnhv dont you run over and see. if "/oh can't do something FOR. HER ? -v yes,they were here. and bought a wedding rvng — x saw them drwe off td the west in a b\g BLUt. WE.6T-X L.l_ BET HEADED POP CLAYTON--TH AT !=, WHERE ALL THE ELOPERS TO GET MARRIED ^ . • s/i •.! .V. TTTS-T-;. , ■0 v * 'W j | - -■- ■ ■■■Hi I THE. 1 j|4J I i all r.\ght-'*twmw wa^\ the lady sent a tele gram --then they went into i the florists SHOP ACROSS^ jjthe streetme- all r\ght""ww WAS the telegram to ^ ^ her mother that *~ym 1^1 THEGRAPH OmCE k i TO U.PA4CTS ae v oau> hil...

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

m \ gl S.v o'v .'.■•I *c. mm ":'>w r~v:U- ■■■ «•«..' ■ ; V ":; efx?a s om an By ANNTB WEARS (Copjrtfafct, MU. Mr Uw tat (Mot Prtat Ok.) ]R8. JANE PATTON waa a pione«r woman of Denton, Denton county, Texas. She and her husband, Cap- tain Sam Patton, were esteemed friends of General Sam Houston. She told me she had been through three In- dian raids, in which her home was burn- ed and her much prized livestock either killed or driven away by Indians. "The Indians were breaking out, now and then," said Mrs. Patton, "going on raids and killing men, women and chil- dren; they also killed what live stock they did not want to take away with them. They would capture and carry off very young white children as well as young white women. "Some of these poor, captive children were recovered by soldiers later and placed with relatives or friends, while others grew up with the Indians and be- came 'Indians' themselves. Sometimes a renegade white man, an outlaw, would lead an Indian raid; such a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

—- $■ 1 URRENT f: ENT By J. H. (JIM) LOWRY (Copyright, 1(11, by tlx Horn* Color Print Co.) August HEN I think of August, I always think of Christopher Columbus also. Christopher had far moro sense than most people credit him iwith. People are prone to say the fellow was nutty when they think of the hard- ships he endured in order to discover a land now made miserable by highjack- ers and largely ruled by A1 Capone and lOther racketeers; but Columbus knew I what he was doing. It was so drotted 'hot in Spain that on the 3rd of August, 1492, he put out to sea, determined to iescape the awful heat, just as people who have the "kale" are now heading for the mountains or seashore. The dis- ! covery of America was accidental, or ! incidental. The party was using all the | money Queen Bess could raise by soak- I ing her jewels hunting for a place where it was cool enough to sleep. Columbus [intended to stop at the Azores, but cir- cumstances over which he had no con- 'trol made it necessary...

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

A PERFECT SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RECORD Everett Cornelius, of Garwood, coin- plated his ninth year of school attend- ance early in June with a perfect record for attendance. In the entire nine years Everett was not absent a single day, neither was he ever tardy. Young Cor- nelius is fifteen years old, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cornelius. BRIDGE ACROSS TRINITY OPENED The bridge across the Trinity river at Trinidad, on the Shreveport to Austin Highway, was opened to traffic a few weeks ago and is now serving a need that was long felt. The bridge connects and makes easy traffic between Central and East Texas; the immediate connec- tion is Henderson and Navarro counties. The cost of the bridge, which is one-half a mile in length, was over $225,000. HIGHWAY NO. 337 EXTENDED United States Highway 337 has been extended from Fort Worth to Stephens- •ville, according to information received recently by the State highway engineer. A highway between Dallas and Jack- sonville was designated as...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

V4 ;?s^ '"\i- • ■' "r^'.*i*V'^.r-^'A"1 ■{.-,•*■■': T *v %■■• -r. wf'i .*■'*■'•' "w •■' ■■: - ■'■•-•,,. ;:fWi ?^:v'1 • w . ■¥.. ' 1 'ia.J ^-m "%['■■■" V. VlwNfesgfe «;:-.v". A LITTLE FUN Mr '., (S® Wherell's Tough on Boots... Justins! T mire ttfctJ Hoots with lotj of Muff to itand the gaff of the range . . . and when you want to rub 'em up a bit and go to town . . . well, lots of the boy.i have been doing that to their ' ' Justin* for over fifty years. And when they want a new pair their dealers don't have, they write to us direct for style sheets and order blanks. H. T.JUSTIN & SONS, Inc. 3"™ S. l ate Street. Fort Worth. Texas ..OLD TRAIL DRIVERS TO BE AT VERNON A countrywide golden jubi- lee celebration will be held in October at the old Red River crossing of the old cattle trail near Vernon. Scores of trail drivers of the early days of the Texas cattle ..industry will follow the old trail as nearly as possible in attending the celebration. George Saunders, of San An- tonio. wh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

.<C" ,,T/rvt • \^ & m *? I 5* sw P' A et ir W le ai ni an ' NE1 Oce fon and S yea at - wee atio priv ed fror do caul opei nevi M Veg; pare Brui M ipov mile 8. for prlu Fresh strawberries will be placed on the tables of some of the Texas cities as early as Christmas day this year. The berries will reach the city by airplane from the section known as the Winter Garden of Texas. Farmers of Trinity coun- ty received this year a total of more than $75,000 for their tomato crop, which with the labor bills, pack- ing crates and loading means a total of more than $100,000 coming to that county from the industry. Indications are that the 1931 crop of turkeys in West Texas will be about the same size as that of last year, and will yield the raisers a fair profit. Good pastures, with an abun- dance of insects, along with the heavy grain crops have given a good supply of cheap feed. More than 300 cars of onions were shipped from Wilson county the past sea- son, breaking all previous reco...

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