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

M the army. The 'abouM only be uaad device* have failed, so devoid of I feat we move only at the £*s a cannon? Shame on ut. RAYMOND VERNIMONT ig|: WANT ADS drop in at the WAO- vm bo . oour-J tfigs a weens old $6.00 a head.—Prank Weiss, t> mi. a W. of Olaude. 52 PD ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY (35. Phone 87 and buy a real Typewriter "CHUCK"? that New Sandwich, all dressed up will please you in delicious flavor and In LOW PRICE. Try one at WAO-INN and you will come back again. 52-C MILK COW WANTED—We have a six-tube Super Hetrodyne Radio, Non-areal, which can be carried along in car if needed, also loud horn speaker. It cost $300.00 cash but will trade it for a good milk cow. It gives better service than some Electric Radios we have listen to. Guaranteed to work. Call 97 or 147. 52 TF POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 September 1931

: ''#w 5 NO KXTKA OUKOK. t; on ELEVENTH INSTALMENT adaches Neuralgia Neuritis Here's Smiling Relief... Backache Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Muscular Pains Periodic Pains Most of your suffering from common every-day aches and pains is unnecessary and unwise. Unnecessary, because Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills relieve quickly and without unpleasant after effects; unwise, because pain makes your physical condition worse instead of better. One pill usually brings relief in a few minutes. If you suffer from any of the disorders listed above, take Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. If they do not give you greater relief in less time than anything else you have used, go to your druggist and get your money back. A package of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills in your medicine cabi- net, pocket, or hand-bag means fewer aches and pains. 25 for 25 cents 125 for $1.00 DR. MILKS' _ ANTI-PAIN PIUS "K.«« OFFERS ITS READERS TREMENDO J* ** ^ K WHY* PAy'MORET 9mt in^ ON THEIR ind<>1 ■ Ml 11 M MAGAZINES XouCan Hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

Goodnight Ranch And Buffalo Saved From ExtermiW High Officials At- tend Barbecue At Goodnight The News Editor, his better half, soecanpanled by Mrs. Phebe K. Warner, her brother. Josiah Ker- rlck, and her daughter. Miss Ker- rlck Warner, motored down to the Goodnight ranch Monday, holding four special invitations to attend the Barbecue and Goodwill meeting put over by the Amarlllo Chamber of Commerce. This meeting was for the pur- pose of getting a number of prominent officials together and come to some decisslon as to how to preserve the Goodnight ranch. 4)1 practically 20 sections of land. ,«tong with 250 native buffaloes, and to enjoy a feed of barbacued •huffafo meat along with the trim- mings, prepared by that well known -barbecue (expert John Snyder, who Is always galled to do Special barbecue work. Many Bhort talks were made by prominent men, just after the bountiful repast, using live same tent erected for those who pic- nicked between 1 and 2 p. m. near die shade of beautif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

\ ■ EH ThS Booker New* Buys: Verily 'ill the peiple must reillse that the firmer mtwt prosper before rnym\f o n prosper. «nd to thto end fill* entire population of the United States should work, and will have to work before prosperity can again be seen and visited by us all. :0: 'One of the best and most logical statements, ever written by Mrs. Prebc K Warner Is the LAST SEN- TANCE found In her article In this week's Claude News, which reads as follows: The Farm Board was created to help the farmer solve his own problems, but It (The Farm Board! has been fought by every conceivable Agency that MAKES n« MONEY OFT THE FARMER." — :0: Those who had the pleasure of attending the Plateau Singing Con- vention at Claude August 30th. 1931, were loud In their praise of the many male quarters sang on this auspicious occasion We have heard music from hundreds of different musical Instruments, but there Is not an Instrument made, nor will there ever be an instrument made tnat will surpass the hu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

, n Will M MM jajreri to aurin a *y their kMoI 1 we mar keep th i D. Witter, reminded ua neetMury (of all •pedal effort tax in order the aeboo) go* nine mcntte. While we are to "White ■pot", being in a great better nape than nine tenths „ the balance of Ten*. yet we must make a strong pull, and altogether, pull to at least pay our ghool taxes so that the school con run nine months and not lose the affiliation we have worked so hard to gain. :0: SELECT YOUR WINTER READING MATTER LISTEN: Dallas Semi- VWcly News one year $1.00 CIh title News one year ONLY 11.60 TOTAL (2.50 ni:t far the ne::t few days we are going to offer you both papers—156 —one whole year for ONLY $1.75, OUT of Armstrong County Sub- scribers must add 75 cents extra to this offer for extra postage on said subscrpltlon. Call or write to- day. THE CLAUDE NEWS, Claude, Texas. 4 P WANT ADS ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 97 anil buy a real Typewriter -CHUCK"? that New Sandwich, all dressed up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

i If I em slock bast or sqvabc road service— SIMINIZ1NG— we fix flats- im Wash, Polish, and Grease Your , At ONLY $2.25. Can you beat it? Time We Change Your Oil We WilfGrease Your Car For ONLY 25c Wc use Air Pressure Grease dun—Every Plate, Every Time YOU HAVE TRIED THE REST, NOW TRY THE BEST Some Tire Prices You Will Like: GUARANTEED 1 Year Against All Road Hazzai'tls: —.. a*. i from hl§ .. -—- guaranteed «n that kind | of liberty that made his coopera- tion with other* possible and free !,from restraint. I, Too much cooperation along right Bnes Is wholly Impossible. It may take a lot of It this fall and win- ter. Mpf.'He I __ like a hoc and barks Uke a <«*. ] ThU anlmal which was shown in a cage on main street, was visited by many passing by, at 5c few I children and 10c for grown ups.. This animal has puzzled men of science, as they are unable to say of what specie of animal it is. 4-riy LEE BALLOON: 29x4-40 Price $5.55 34x4-54 Price *C «5 28x4-75 Price $1.25 L_ LEI' Del.IlXE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

■isSoftsL ' V- ■ W Vint Panel ■m tta* Nation nd which would pay for ttwtf annually In tourists who would torn* here on their way from eoMt to coast. He would fence the ditto* tract and make It the na- tion's greatest game refuge. A few of those present had known the ranch since childhood and early youth but to those who never before hod visited the site it was a distinct surprise to see the beautiful secenery and ideal lo- cation of the ranch for buffaloes. The barbecue, whiu. was the fea- ture event of the program for the 260 invited guests, was held three miles inside the ranch from the town of Goodnight, on the edge of Which is the big blue and white Ooodnlght ranch home and head- quarters. This "feed" was arranged by the Amarlllo Chamber of Com- merce. A few yards below a stream fed by strong springs, passed the dams. The Palo duro canyon pro- per is only a short distance away but almost the entire three miles is through broken ravines and ridg- es covered with pasture over whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

Bros. €rade TWELFTH INSTALMENT dignity, never been in jail as Peter had. had never toured the country under Rackruff Motor* bin Rowena to accoas- put* Fetor on a nation-wilt tow ia their roadster *• in ad vat tiling atunt. At lh« fslse pretenses and that sort of thing, whole lot .WHY • PA"^MORET 8? inv# THEIR j5S; c3k III ^f^sa mss/. ^ MAGAZINES]! youCanHaveyour Choice Of Any FIVE rfo^9 a. MACHINES * $2 95 'And This Newspaper If • absolutely true) No string* attached to this elfer. y«g can actually have your choice of any 5 ol then famous magailnss il you ACT N0W1 The cost is fjvst • trifle of their actual value. A whole year's reading for Father, Mother end the kiddies. Stories end articles on every known topicl Look 'em over. Select your favorites end Mall the Coupon Today I Don't worry if you already jet some ol these magaiines. Renewels will be properly extended. NEEWXCRAFl I Ji*SSbat All Subscriptions Are for a Full Year (Except Path£ader, which is iox f mosj Gentlemen: I wlih ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

iMffsaag we a«Maf«t i f mt. Try it ittfWMkrfc win wis AZINE MOTION | ■ WW WANT ADS at aal/ Sc a wml vffl aell MMctliiMf for udi jtn hm ibmrt the placa ar Mag yoa rtNMtktag jam need at a bargala. Try it ia Tha CUade'Newi at tmlj Ze par war#. VOLUME 43. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931. NO. 1. Blondie Rftfuitrtd U S. Patent OTice HWO/ I'VE GOT TWO NEW PUPILS -— NOW GET READY TO GNE THEM THEWS PlANO LESSONS —TUEY'LL BCrM BE HERE THIS AFTERNOON \M4 TELUNG VOl TVA\S ACADEMY OF- MUSIC 13 GOING TO BE A GREAT ^ "THING —"THE MONEY \ 3 BEGlNNINGTO ROLL IN — AND SUCH Pl.EASA.MT WORK ( 7. now, emmy, come right down amd take-vour ttttttttt V X WON'T" fl WON'T -—1 f WOM"T X WON'T X WON'T , X WON'T 1 4® NO/, "X'LL WEAVE ^ LITTLE EMMY FOR HER PIANO LESSON ] — I'LL BE BACK INI A HALF HOUR TO CALL FOR HER \ OVA ,MR9.&R\RFO,T KNOW LITTLE. EMMY WILL B& A GREAT MUSICIAN i — wSJ Wk mm Sr«;? vC 60MEDAV, 1 X CAN STAND OUST •, ^ SO MUCH OR THIS SORT ^OR TYA\SiG, THEN I EXP...

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

(Coprrittt JrtL hr th 8mm Boko* fetal o*) FAMOUS duel was fought on the left bank of the Colorado river, opposite Austin, Texas, in 1888. One of the principals in this duel was Deaf Smith, hero of the Battle of San Jacinto, and scout for General Sam Houston. Deaf Smith came to Texas at an early period and remained here until his death, which occurred about 1850. Little is known of his birth-place or family < history. Smith, though deaf and dumb, was a virile and faithful character. He 4 was really a child of nature, loving the free, wide-open spaces. Winter and sum- mer he would sleep outdoors, under the stars, and had no fixed abode. He was known throughout Texas as a fearless man and a dead shot. Following are said to be the facts which led up to the duel between Smith and Colonel Morton. The colonel had dis- tinguished himself in the Texas War for Independence. Two years after the Battle of San Ja- cinto and Texans had established a rep- utation for self-government, a contro- ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

aaSMWWi Mi M HPf£ By J. H. (JIM) LOWRY (Copyright. 1 «, by tto Horn Color Print Co.) ' /i'V 1 September The mn move* farther away, The wind* are blowing stronger; There are not so many hoars of day, The nights are growing longer.^ A smaller piece of ice will do, ^ A collar's not so quickly melted; Tempers are growing milder, too. And clothes are closer-belted. • • , * • HE* above tells the story; it's Sep- tember. Farewell straw hat; fare- well Palm Beach suit; farewell canvas pants; farewell naked legs. I For the juniors, it's farewell hay rides, ^farewell swimming holes; good-bye, my I lover, good-bye. The cotton patch calls, (the gin whistles, the school bell rings. September was the seventh month on the old Roman calendar, and therefore took its name from the Latin Septem (seven). This brought Labor Day around in mid-summer, when it was so hot the paraders couldn't march far enough to make much of an impression on capital, and orators couldn't speak on the digpity of labor and t...

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

r&t&f FACTORY AT ;■ ■ iinuT-W; OLDEST 9 I ▲ new crate factory, which will em- ploy about 40 men, is to be erected in Jasper by the Jasper Veneering end Manufacturing Company. The factory will be in operation in a very short time. Potato crates and banana hampers will be the chief products of the new indus- try. It will do an export business. FARMERS GRINDING THEIR WHEAT Some of the wheat growers of the Panhandle section have combined and purchased small mills and are keeping their low-priced wheat at home, grind- ing their own flour. Many of the farmers of the same sec- tion are using much of their wheat in fattening hogs, both for market and for home use. i*issii,«L>S CHURCH UNIVERSITY BUILDING PROGRAM Preliminary sketches of six of the ■eight new buildings proposed under the $4 ,000,000 building program of the Uni- verstiy of Texas were submitted by the building committee at a recent meeting of the board of regents, and the building program was expected to get under way...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

DINOLA transforms ♦ «wpiwmuuu uj gently bleaching out all imperfec- ttoo*. It ooBtain* the moat powers ful bleaching ingradienta known to science, yet cannot harm the most delicate akin. Pimply smooth Na* dinola Bleaching Cream on your face, neck and arma each night at bedtime. Then, day by day, watch disfiguring tan, freckles, black- heads, pimples, roughness and blemishes vanish. Nadtnola never faila. Bach package carries a.posi- tive, money-back guarantee and simple directions. Fifty cents at all good toilet counters (extra large economy size, $1). National Toilet 4 Company, Paris, Tenn. , s-m-d, sNadilV^aSkachingQtam Whitens, Clesri, Beautifies the Skin LEADING WHEAT PRO- DUCING COUNTIES According to the census figures, Ochiltree county led all the counties of Texas in ■ the production of wheat in 1929. Production figures by counties for 1930 are not yet available. In 1929 Ochiltree county had 209,762 acres in wheat and produced 3,568,769 bushels. Hale county had a slightly larg...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

m f: 31-M mm mmtim • ?>/ Wm%: §m ■ continues to in- in Texas. The census ofl920 showed 31,448,615 acres in the State operated by tenants, an increase in favor of tenantry of nearly 10,000,000 acres in ten years. Childress county farm women are disposing of the surplus wheat crop by can- ning it for home use. When processed in a pressure cooker it is said to have a pleasant taste and is served as breakfast food. The wheat is soaked overnight in water and cooked for about 40 minutes at ten pounds pressure in the pressure cooker. Eggs reached a very low- price in June, but in spite of the ridiculously 1 o w prices, Mrs. A. M. Ferris, a poultry demonstrator of Nueces county, made a profit above feed cost of $15.21 that month on her flock of 94 White Leghorn hens. She fed a ration of I home-grown hegari, maize j and some skim milk. The hens averaged twenty eggs each. Number of farms In the State, of Texas has in- creased steadily at the rate of about 6,000 per year for the*past ten ye...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 September 1931

hW., mwwmi k mmm'* wteXit 'i IN ^WSHBD MO FIGHT? American# p«r- Alamo massacre b fall# 1w|l established. Dr. John Sutherland, who left the fort a k messenger a short time bftfdfe the battle, said the number of men who fell In the]Alamo wis 185. three of the^ dead were Mexicans, whose fodies were not burned, Ruiz account said that ricans were burned neral pyres in the :ht survived the con- Were Mrs. Dickin- er child, the negro ;t to Col. Travis, a who was executed ig squad at Santa r d e r upon being e, two Mexican two Mexican chil- and ■482 on the plaza, flict. T1 son an boy Ser white m! by a fi; Anna's found a women a •firen. There |# of the e varying accounts ixican losses. Yoa- kum recorded the number as 521, and potter said the num- ber was about 500. The Ruiz account estimated the number at about 1,600. Mrs. Dickin- son and the negro boy both estimated the Mexicans dead at 1500, according to Dr. ""Sutherland. Dr. Sutherland said that in an interview with the private secretary o...

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

p. i? ^our skin needs this daily care V- ' ? P P r N S K o u w e « od M O) ■I M Ant ON Ilk* Thfa * by chlk This Ptofifow famous preparations Stand, an all 70a need to keep jour ikin freak, dear and smooth. Juit fol- low this aimple method: Fint, for thorough cleansing, generously apply Pond'* Cold Cream aeveral timea a day and alwaya after expueure, letting the fine oila sink into the porea... wipe away with Pond*a if Tiaeues, toft, absorbent, 1 Third, dab face and neck with Pond's Skin Freshener to banish oilineaa, close and reduce porea... Last, smooth on Pond's Van- ishing Cream for powder baae, protection, exquisite finish. Cw%x. UU. MlbMOaw NEW LOW PRICES OH FRIGIDAIRE Come in and see how easily yon can boy Frigidaire at the new low prices now in effect Redactions have been made throughout the entire line—on ererymodelfromthe smallest to die largest Never before here we offered such value! Price* on Frigidaire equipment Cot commercial uses have also been reduced. FRIGIDAIRE GUA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 September 1931

. S f 0 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. II. 1931 t^y: "■ '« 1 ■ I'* - ' "Hy* J Armstrong County Fair Dates Set For October 16-17 Farm Exhibits Will Insure Suc- cess In Co., Fair The Armstrong County Pair and Poultry Show will be held in Claude on Friday and Saturday, October, 16 and 17; The premium list while modest, will Include the principal crops of the county anc! also the most important varieties of chickens and turkeys raised In the county. There probably will not be any livestock entries in the fair for the reason that there is not a suitable place to show them. The prcnf.um list will follow in this manner next week or the week following. Begin now selecting the best you have In each crop for exhibit, for It Is much easier to select heads and ears of grain and stalks of forage crops while they are still standing In the field. Ten heads of grain sorghums or ten ears of corn make an exhibit. One gallon of wheat or other small grains or peas or beans make an exhibi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 September 1931

f I •#> ■ 1 PRESS irtff*'.' J;.. You may figure It up one side and down the other and you must finally crane to the conclusion that it la hoarding or drawing in the . "vruvgy of the Nation that causes hard tim—. The Banks started the hoarding of money and the people follow their example. :0: It isn't a question of the citizen- ship of The United States produc- ing all the food, clothing along with many luxuries, desired, but it is a much mooted question as to ltow they may hold and enjoy all these blessings of life, after they have toiled and labored so hard to produce them. The Good Book says: "The laborer is worthy of his hire ", but he dang fcure does not get it in most instances in the United States. :0 We are informed that plain- view, Texas, hasn't a single Bank, although a town of eight thousand people. We have a First National panir and a State Bank right here in Claude with only 1200 popula- tion for the town. One bank after unother "Went to the Wall", in Plninview. the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 September 1931

7 Vl raUinad to his personal property, to wit Chevrolet Roadster. Motor ■ Tmi lflsi Lioense mm, and stored with me ttv 1 for storage and repair? to the sum of 169.00. whleh nun Is just and reasonable Bald OBr belonging to E. L. Hunter Therefore, notice Is hereby given that after the expiration of twenty day from date, to-wit: On Saturdaj the same being the 3rd day ol October, A. O. 1931. between the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. I shall proceed to sell at the Court House in Claude, Armstrong County the place where, owing to the na- ture of said property, is most con- venient to exhibit to prospectivt purchasers, following the mannei of execution, 1 shall proceed U sell said property and apply tht proceeds to the payment of salt chargcs; and any said balance to be turned ever to the first party justly entitled thereto. Witness my hand, this the IS day of September, A. D. 1931. J. B. COX (4-P) :0: IP YOU WANT RESULTS ADVER- TISE IN THE CLAUDE NEWS. WANT ADS ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 September 1931

. pi ■ i-'f I if «#•. lion -1-1: — _ Deft! Softp - 28#" E JUICE, Quart 39c O Syrup, Red Lable, Gallon, 68c O Syrup, Blue Lable, gallon 63c KARO Syrup, Red Lable, 1-2 gal. 38c KARO Symp.Blue Lable, 1-2 gaj. 34c OATS, White Swan, small pkg. _ _ _ 8c MEAL, Red Star, 5 lb. sack 15c liik PEAS NO. 3 SIVE NO 2 CAN COMPOUND SWIFT'S JEWEL 8 LB. PAIL 83c Peanut Butter, 2 lb. quart jar 35c CORN, No. 2 Can 10c CAKE FLOUR, Gold Medal Pkg. 28c TREE TEA, 1-4 lb. Pkg 19c Sun Brite Cleaner, Per Can 5c CAKES, Assorted, Per Pound 29c See Our Windows for Other Specials THE HESS CASH GROCERY Phone - FREE DELIVERY - 162 METHODIST PROGRAM FOR NEXT SUNDAY 1. Sunday School at 9:45 A. M. J. L. Doak, Superintendent 2. Preaching at 11 A. M. by the Pastor. Subject, "VICTORY", The Joy, The Cost. 3. Qroup meeting at 4 p. m. at which time Rev. J. W. Watson will discuss essentials to general set- up of the new program in our church. All officials of the church expected to be present. 4. Young Peoples Meeting at 7 p...

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