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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 September 1931

I OZCW.. r^r f; it s smart to use 2 hill ounce! in every 'I'iu No other tubauuu it like it ~-NRXT TO P. A. THE KKJHT PAPERS. Straight from France, the home of Che world's finest cigarette-paper* — straight froui the limoui frttoriea ul Hollore, lor more than a Ituudrrd >iar maker of the world'* finest cigarette-papers, come OCB's, made expressly lor K. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company-and YOU. Book ol ISO leave., S|f, at the store where you get good old P. A* II you've never rolled your own with P.A. you've missed a smoke trick. Just spread some of that smooth roll- ing, smooth smoking Prince Albert in a makin's paper. Then go ahead and roll the best little cigarette that ever took form in your fingers. So quick and easy... Notice how Prince Albert stays put in the making, without fuss or muss. That's because P. A. is crimp-cut. Cool as a cucumber right off the ice. Sweet as a melon from the same place. Mild as a sisterly kiss. Do you like a pipe? You will with P. A. for packing. The ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 September 1931

pumUh there children mi Bros. Grade "A" Dairy PHONE Ul FOB SERVICE THRTBNTH INSTALMENT Rovent and Peter irt rmpluye.l by Rack Ruff Motors to make a coatt to-coalt trip, advertising the roadster. They ttkt Bobby along as chaperon but she deserts them in Colorado and they get married, 111 name only, so they can travel without cr.tuui.u. At Isst, after many itf«, tiny near Ne* York. They discuss what they intend to do after obtaining an annulment. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY Rowena was a little more touchy even than uiual just at that time "No. I wa« juit wondering." "What do you intend to qo Rowena?" Peter aiked. "Oh, 1 really don't know. up those stories perhaps." "No plans for tne far future?" "No. Maybe I'll keep house for Buddy when he gets through school. Maybe I'll get married." "But you say you hate men!" "So I do. That's the only way to get even with them" From Pennsylvania Peter wanted 1 * LITTLE CLOTHES HARMONY Let's get together. You've got lots of clothes you've paid plenty f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 September 1931

?:«?• i&S wife-"" ( - ••«: PPCSSPH ^ BS f :' 1 ' utaHnl Try H In The N«tn and mkk 7** grow by leaps aaf NEWS ■■ ■ ;• ■; 3® Waal A4 tfcteg at t Mate • ward wttl mB nadlkg tar MMk jm have abaa t Um Im* m Mag m Mte thing yaa bm« at a bargain. Trr M In The News at only t Mali • mi VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 25. 1931 NUMBER t We Fight The Bat- tle Of The Ninety- Six Per Cent Why the depression? Why do we have six cents cotton, 25c wheat or 40c oil? Why should we have too much of. everything and not enough of anything? Are we hun- gry because we have too much to eat? Are we half-clad because there is too much clothing? Are we paupers because there Is too much money? Why should raw materials sell for from SO to 50 per cent of 1926 values, while we pay 70 to 100 per cent of 1926 values for finished products? Why should we have nine million workmen idle and as many more on half wage while wc possess as many factories, farms and other places of employment as w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 September 1931

:. T'ltirriirirtilf' lllMlinin County, year.—$1.80 Oounty, ynr ja.#0 hoard*! wealth, other thinca, It eonM fcaoome the imtMt on Mirth, thm to con- solation In that. Mart of u* Amort* cms thought the United State* the beet nation, and that is patriotic privilege, hence Justified. Gandhi, however, is to be credited as one of the most earnest men in the the value of your money would fade gently away like sparkling dew before the mprnlnt sun. A minister of the Gospel, who may be feeling the pinch of the depression, wrote an editor to , , „ J _ „ ask if he (the editor) would con- world today The very simplicity glder the purchage cf ^ .(good, of his attitude and modesty of, religious editorials." attitude statement give him the power to|aniwer^das fo1iows7"I did not know that God was a Finip Athertiei— Ka*nM«Miv« WHY BLAME HOOVER? It is a common thing these days to hear people Joke about "Hoover prosperity." Not only Hoover, but the Republican Party is widely blamed for the finan- cial d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 September 1931

}W m Always United A slogan worth following is one that expresses the cooperative re- lationship between the schools and the public which they serve. Now that the schools are getting under way for the fall and winter, it is not out of the way to call to mind the obligaions that the general citizenship owe to the school au- thorities and teachers, and the duty that is incumbent upon the latter If the schools are to succeed In their educational processes. It has been only In comparative- ly recent years that the schools have become a part of the com- •eslstance. The fact that many states have provided by law that school plants and grounds are to lw available ^ civic and recreational centers is definite ex- pression of the kind of institution the school should be. When we are enabled to utilize our school properties within reas- onable, but wholesome limits; when our teachers and our citizens are so welded together that each and all are made a part of the life of the community in and o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 September 1931

of The , 01 this fatter. i H w- II -I SAVE YOUR OLD TBW "Ait" Hood Vulcanites Tires, price from ti to 13.80 also Cars greased and Vsccum Cleaned for $1.00. • FOR RENT—2 Room Furnished Apartment with all modern con- vlence.—S. B. Stewart. Phone 41 (3-0) LADIES CALLINO CARDS The Claude News carries those pannel calling cards for the ladies of distinction. We will print as small a number as 25 cards on up to any amount desired. Call at The News Office for particulars or Phone 87. ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter w-- r , yttting hta daughter, Mm. H. 0. Hynds this week. llr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood were Mr visitors in Amarillo Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Harris of Anhtola were shopping In Claude Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur DeHart who has been bedfast for several weeks is able to be up and about again. J. O. Watson shipped a car of cattle to Kansas City Friday. Sam Hawes shipped a car of cattle to Kansas City Friday. .Mrs. May Kerrick sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 September 1931

wipp tM <mm$ OME-ROLLED cigarettes ever. ..try this 2 lull ounoci in everyTi No other tobacco ii like it — AND THE PAPERS AKF. IMPORTANT, TOO. The perfect combination for hoine-rolled cigarettes: P.A. for filler and OCB for wrapper. The world's finest pupers, made at the famous Hollore mills in France expressly for K.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Book of 150 leaves for 5i'. Huy OCB't with good old P. A. and you're all set to ha satisfied Open a tidy red tin of Prince Albert... sniff the delightful fragrance of the tobacco. It's the grandest aroma that ever floated out of a package of smoking tobacco. Then spread a cigaretteful in a paper and see how quick and easy it rolls into a trim cigarette that burns evenly and stays put. No fuss or mus9 or spilled tobacco . . . because P. A. is criinp-cut. That's why it rolls so smooth. You'll have to admit that no other home-rolled cigarette ever had so much to recommend it. Prince Albert is simply better tobacco, Gentlemen. Have you tried ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 September 1931

Mat ot U BmJndt "A" Dairy FBONE 111 FOB BIB VICE Hp U: IT ft! i I 'rf ' mm i A LITTLE CLOTHES HARMONY Let's get together. You've got lots of clothes you've paid plenty for. We have lots of clothes cleaning machinery we've paid plenty for. We clean them—you wear them. You'll wear them longer for our cleaning—We'll clean them cheaply for your wearing. Let's har- monize—you can't go wrong—well- dressed. Just to try and help out in the depression we have cut our prices as follows: SUIT, Cleaned & Pressed __ $.75 PANTS, Cleaned & Pressed _ .40 SUITS, Pressed .40 Ladies work reduced accordingly Folks if we don't get the business we cannot stay here. JOHNNIE THE TAILOR i * i fe-f HHBnKBEEEBflS-— m FINAL INSTALMENT "1 have thought it- over. I've been thinking it over tince that night in Cheyenne—the first time wr had to (how the certificate. We won't have to show My certificate here. We're ' aa free a* the birds and the flowers." I "Rack and Ruff wilt expect us in tonight They won't...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 October 1931

wm&m Iw^^vmtSm pas , H &&.i •,'-> -• ": € •> '&$&& • „ fr- :SP j. J la The Nmm at ealr ifwlii i«n J :m mmim BM ;--'":1^; .pKfc&: -. ' //•.' :;* CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCT. I, 1931 NOMWi V October Term Of {Wednesday Mark- District Court To ed Passing of Arm- Session Grand Jury List of Grand Jurors selected to Mrve at the October 1931 term of District Court Armstrong County, to-wit: O. T. Bagwell, W. H. Hamblen, W. H. Hess, W. H. Klllebrew, T. B. Doshler, E. O. Shuey, R. C. Benton, Ed Laycock, Fred Welgman, O. M. James, T. C. Thornberry, R. L. Combs, O. L. Brunson, Harold Orlmes, f. E. Burnett, By Jury Commissioners who were R. L. Bagwell. R. A. Campbell, and J. T. Christian. Pint Week List of Petit Jurors for the first week of October Term of the Dis- trict Court Armstrong County— W. E. Roblson, J .H. Ounter, J. K. Hunt, B. H. Conner, J. H. Welgman. Guy Burton. T. A. Cheaveaux, B. W. Kerrlck. E. H. Christian, J. W. McClure, Cecil Cay...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 October 1931

PUSS Days tor the .Farmer are coming," Mys Senator Arthur Cap- per. We are hoping that Senator Capper, who has been the farmer's friend these many years, Is abso- lutely correct in his prophecy. :0: September has Just passed for A. D. 1831, and she was the hot- est September we have witnessed for many years. Usually we have had cool spells in September for the past, but not so this time. :0: If you have not already done, so turn to last page and read the very first installment of our con- tinued story. "SIGHT UNSEEN", written by that well known writer, Mary Roberts Rinehart. You are going to like this story for it is interesting and will please you from the very start. Turn to last page NOW. :0: tyfayor Hughlett's Prociamatit to close up shop and store last Fri- day and attend the Tri-State Fair in a body, was well observed 'jv Claude business men. This ye.ir, according to our way of thinking the Tri-State Fair was the best we have had dcwn to date. The Rodej was the best the fair p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 October 1931

u tft>* •a/ c s V B . * it. 1 STRAY PIOS—J Plg*. 2-btack- white (potted md black one came to my Place about 8-weeks apt. J. H. BARRETT, (4-P) SAVE YOUR OLD TIRES "FW Hood Vulcanizes Tires, price from 11.80 to $2.50 also Cars creased and Vaccuin Cleaned for Too. > , Panhandle Texas FRIDAY - SATURDAY Oct. 2-3 Will Rogers In Austra and Czechoslovakia neither the government nor the listeners will tolerate the radio broadcasting of advertising. "Sight Unseen" is the title of our New Story which begins on last page of this week's Claude News, turn to It and read same NOW. -In— LADIES CALl-INO CARDS Ttu* Claude News carries those pannel calling cards for the ladies of distinction. We will print as small a number as 25 cards on up to any amount desired. Call at The News Office for particulars or Phone 97. ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter "Connecticut MILK COW WANTED—We have a six-tube Super Hetrodyne Radio. Non-areal. which can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 October 1931

UN •H the Ml Ot the to come and W. of the school The band was and white. Only play in It. They broad- o'clock yesterday after- tli aw jl' WJ raeranma' J£- Wayne Bsg«eU. the new foothaH player la a funk* this year. Dorothy Bennett, alwayi haa a mischievous gleam in her eyes. No one knows what she is going to do next but no one take any thing she says seriously. —REPORTER —:0: C. L. GOAD LUCKY gpfe 5; of the large delegation at- the Pair were: llr. Fred Mr. and lira. Horace Baker, iM Hufhlett, Mrs. Cecil Berry. Mr. •nd Mrs. J. R. Rutherford, Mr. and Mn. P. L. Adams, Mr And Mrs. Ed Hundley, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Chea- veaux, E. R. Parsons, A. C. God- frey, Charlie Bagwell, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Smalley, W. A. Avery, Dr. Bagwell, Mrs. Fred Church. Miss Flora Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Homes, Miss Winifred Weeks. Mrs. W. T. McLoren, Miss Vera Hughlett. Mrs. B. W. Wilklns. Miss Anne McQuintlne, Mr .and Mrs. W. H. Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Sowder and Mr. and Mrs. Joe January. :0: JUNIOR NOT...

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

AOBICULTUftl EXHIBITS •5- - ■ - -vW/r" • '*■**< ,-7jV«rijr(fi^. ' kt.*&w& mm I RM #A * K Rvlts Mi Rcfiiationi 1—All mtriM must be in and in place by 12 fUMiOa Friday, October 16th. 2—Exhibits are to be grown and exhibited from Armatronc County only. , 3—Entries will be limited to one exhibit or sam- ple In eaeh crop. 10 Heads or ears form an exhibit tot No. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 1 Mllo Maize 50c Rib. Rib. a Kafir Com 50c Rib. Rib. 3 Hegari 50c Rib. Rib. 4 Com 50c Rib. Rib. 6 Popcorn 50c Rib. Rib. G Sunflower(3) 50c Rib. Rib. Class No. 2 20 Open Bolls an Exhibit 7 Cotton (20 open bolls) 50c Rib. Rib. Class No. 3 I Gallon an exhibit 8 Wheat (Any variety) 50c Rib. Rib. 8 Barley (Any variety) . 50c Rib. Rib. 10 Oats Any variety) 50c Rib. Rib. 11 Rye 50c Rib. Rib. 12 Peanuts (Any variety) 50c Rib. Rib. 13 Field Peas (Any variety) 50c Rib. Rib. Class No. 4 Sheaf Grain and Forage--Sheaf sample to be 3' to & inches in diameter. 14 Wheat 50c Rib. Rib. 15 Barley 50c Rib. Rib. 16 Oats ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 October 1931

t!Wt«W AT THE WRONG END Much is heard about industry of all kinds, large and small, cutting the wage scales of their employees which may or may not be sound economy from a national or local viewpoint. If wage cuts will event- ually accrue to the benefit of the public they may be justified In view of present conditions. There is one point, however, that may have been overlooked, and perhaps more designedly than innocently. Are wages being cut at the right end or at the wrong end? Should not the high salaried man be made to share his propor- tionate burden of wage or salary reductions? In other words, it is better to cut the wages of ten and aggregate of (1000 a year, or the wages of one man who is making $100,000 a year in the same amount? If either is Justified, which is it? If neither is Justified which is the least harmful? Busi- ness that is termed "big business' will answer the questions in their own way. for there is no law gov- erning the subject. The question might answer it-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

iiMi vStrnmrm,' farn akMt Um |*m «r fN unI at a in Tka Nm at Mb l-ccnu * CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1931. VOLUMX O I Let's Hope It Will "Take I i Mr. Adkiiu, Speaks At P.-T. A. Program Anthrax Dreaded Disease Among Sheep & Cattle By Albert T. Rtud ANTHRAX A QUICK ACTING CONTAGEOUS DISEASE FOUND IN SOUTHERN PART OF CO MmMh to Grata and Hlf h Claaa Mother Sponsor* Annoanced Tuesday afternoon, October 6. marked the first real meeting of the local P.-T. A. Organisation with Mr. Adklns, the High School Principal speaker. Mr. Adkins dis- cussed the subject—"WHAT THE SCHOOL EXPECTS OP THE PARENT'. "First of all", began Mr. Adkins, "it is the parents duty to get the child (or children) to school. In detail - this means to school every morning on time. The parents have a right to expect or demand and require a certain amount of help about the home from their children, but these tasks should be started early enough to be finished by the time school starts. There are s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

I' k J I [ |. 1 ■ ^ Aii •tfiiimrii-- ■■ ii,mm fjffrTii"? jk 4'i- ajtoJi .iife ' s %m tell 'em Oandht! Booce Mid gasoline won't mix, but they can cause awful mix-ups. Anyhow, the four-day week will five us time to look for another Job. :0: — The result of a referendum of beer -would depend somewhat on Sw warm the weather on the y of election. ;0: A missionary has established a hospital in equatorial Africa. The natives' tummy-aches will now turn into appendicitis. :0: There are too many banks bust lng—with money. At the same time too many banks continue to fail—with depositors money. :0: The American Legion delegates to the Detroit convention are spending the rest of the year ex- plaining that resolution to the folk1- back home. O We've been waiting for a long time to hear some wet propaganda about how well off the wife and children of the working man would be if we only had the old saloon back. :0: The White Deer Review, one of our Chained-Owned Papers, has gone into the hands of pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

& k m 4 - ^ w ijKtJM, b !« "1 ^ :. •• s _ J v . :. ' 1 sK tli:^ XPmt ••-•: ...-' ' ■ *1 '"■•■ V •" . "« ..TWO, three-rpom * flniit^«n>i mil tilnrfc frm tehool . ^^nmwytrUr*. j, w: w*Mhl?'<#-f) v SAVE TOUR OLD TIRES "Fat" HoeiT Vulcanises Tires, price from $140 to $2.50 also Cars greased and Vaccum Cleaned (or l.«i' (6-C) • ■■■■•.' FOR RENT—2 Room Furnished Apartment with all modern con- vince.—8. P.- Stewart. Phone 41 We brew our GMIee to the popu- lar demund of Claude.—WAO-INN <4-C> ■ , . ■!■■•■' — LADIES CALLING CARDS The Claude News carries those pannel .calling cards for the ladles of distinction. We will print as small a number as 25 cards on up to any amount desired. Call at The News Office for particulars or Phone 97. POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posteS, and hunting, trapping or fishing is not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. I2-tf-C MILK COW WANTED—We have a six-tube S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

m •••.. ■ ■ • ONE DAY SERVICE! Have your -teeth extracted & wear your new plates the tame day. iff u«, each day* needing up- per and lower plates will receive THEM FOR i/2 PRICE Our office hours are from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. I CUN1 Bh May* ul AND" LABORATORY AMOclitii Phone 1 _ _ DcpL Stor* la Ma U Bld«, On aw 4th mi PolkJ Amarillo, Texas c GET YOUR DAILY NOW For the next rew days we are ■kle to offer you your NEAREST DAILY and the Home paper—The ftmarHln Daily News and The Oaude News, BOTH ONE YEAR for ONLY 5.45. This will be a great saving to you on botih your daily and your Home Town Paper. This applies both to old time subscribers and new subscript- ions. If your post office is out- side of Armstrong County add 95c axtra to pay Zone rate pos- tage. Call or write THE CLAUDE NEWS, Claude Texas. tf A Good Rone Environment— Km. L. A. Dunn. Good Reputation—Reuben Dunn. Willing to Pay the Price—Xeno- phan Dunn. :0: THE DAVIS FAMILY MOVES AWAY Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. Davis and their acco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

im r : ■ K i rlV."?"*-; fir the price ofet Few Carpfe 'acks Any woman who sweeps a rug is working for one csnt an hour! That is what it costs on the average to operate an Electric Vacuum Cleaner. So cheap is electricity that for a few pennies you can clean every rug in your home. And you can clean them clean, with a mini- mum of effort and in a fraction of the time. When you consider how much electricity does for you every day and how little it demands in return, what money you spend brings you greater return in comfort and convenience. m , For electrical merchandise, patronize your local merchants! We have discontinued the sale of electrical products and equipment through our own organization, as other dealers carry excellent stocks from which you can select numerous appliances that will add beauty, comfort and convenience to your home. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Company FEED BOYS TO GATHER GRAPES FOR WINTER JELLIES Tullft—Frr.m Sw'sher county comes the report that Mrs. Bill Cox, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

«& w iffl ilit . ?>> PWOj Continues We wish to announce that although we have greatly reduced our stocks of cars, we still have a number of bargains. WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING Ralph "Pete" Bagwell wins free Car Wash and Polish this week. Get Your Car Ready For Cool Weather Climatic Changes greatly influence the condition of motors. Your Car should be carefully inspected and properly lubri- cated. The Best is Always the Cheapest \ TRY OUR SERVICE Nelson Chevrolet Company CLAUDE, — — — — — — TEXAS *^%%VVVV*%X%**S*V****3e**VV\X\\\%VVVVVV\XV\VVVV\% For Sale Whole Wheat Flour, Per Hundred $1.50 All Wheat Breakfast food per hundred $1.25 Grinding Prices Down to Fit the Times For medium course grinding on all heavy grain, ton lots and up per hundred Oats and Barley ton lots and up per hundred ... Maize heads, hand headed, ton lots and up per hundred Ear corn ton lots and up per hundred All bundle stuff ton lots and up per hundred Prices on Mixed Grains 10c 12V4C 15c 15c 17'aC Accordi...

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