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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

'".if. \ HAotS ,. Jtf ni rm bBrtww wW IncNiMkf laapa n* > v MAGAZINE SEC .. ^#g ; M x- VOLUME 43. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG- COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER % 1931. WAirr AOS at «rir fc ■ «A hD NMtklif far caah TwkmaM th« plaea or Mag 7« ■—rthtag J* need at a bargain. Try it ia Tha Claada Newa at «!? -2e par word. NUMBER G. BfTi fti Ti ' j hate you- I HATEYOU- I HATE YOU 1 MRS.POMPlN \*/iU_-TH\SW< T CRAZY WHEN SO OVER AMD TELL HER WE CAN'T TAKE HER DAUGHTER Oi'ti Of THOSE PERSISTED L\TTLE BRACT'S --THE WORST KIND— \F SHE DOESN'T STOP "THAT KNOCKING IN "TWO MINUTES X'LL OPEN "TVA W DOOR ANd 6NE WER A GOOD •SPANKING QU\CK TO \J~ THE. MUSICAL. . , ARTS ) / BUILDING ' ing Features Syndicate, Inc., rltnin rights reserved. ^ Blondie \( 5EEMERE,EMMV, VOU GET ( OUT OF- HERE —GO HOKE s AMD TEJLL YOUR MCTHEC RU TRYING TC E YOU PlANO THESE K DS DRWE ME COOCOO — X'M THRU wnH "TYAiS academy OF MUS\C IVE TAUGHT MY VAST pUP\L Ki-putcnJ U S Patent Olife BUT, HIHO — MRS .POMPlNS LITTLE GIRL WILL BE OVE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

|T«*VI9 • %!*00* ft** <*> |L. tfa* Trail Drivers of Texas ^ Ww r their camp in the heart of Antonio, each year, the cif The youths had many adventures i * * gives the veterans a hearty wel- come. Pioneers from far and near gath- er for this annual convention, and all the din and bustle of a modern city can- not break up their camp-fire reminis- ciences. During the 1927 Trail-Driver's Con- vention, Mr. George W. Saunders, pres- ident of the association, treated the great crowd of spectators to an unusual form of entertainment. A drama of the Old West was staged—an attack on a wagon train by Indians. To make the attack as real as possible thirty-five Co- manches had been imported from be- yond Red river, while tor the opposing role, great numbers of ex-trail drivers and cowboys had attired themselves in the rough, home-spun costumes of doughty pioneers. When Clint Smith, a well-known old- tfmer from Hackberry, Texas, entered the arena, he paused in wonderment be- fore two of the...

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

vmm&m. me-mMmmtimslwmJR&v'i ■m m ByJ.H. (JIM) LOWRY October ijHS gentle chemistry of Fall has turned the sumach tassels red. The golden glory of morn fills the ,J soft high arch of space. The Bob White whistles in the corn and the Huntero Moon sails the sky to render , beautiful the night—It's Octdber. Since 718 B. C. October has been the tenth month of the calendar. Original- ly it was the eighth month, taking its name from Octo, which I am told means eight, but old Numa Pompilius saw that things were out of joint because Hal- low'een came around before the fall ap- ples and pumpkins were ripe, and the farmers' notes fell due before any cot- ton was picked, so the month was push- ed back into the tenth place. People in my section of the country used to contend that October 12 was the greatest day of the year, because it was on this day that Christopher Columbus discovered America; but since the price of wheat went down to two-bits a bushel and the government report ruined t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

SgEEMeSlaf ' fiftwi IS lilBlPi* ilii m I * « .;; • :.' 1' awwxjMmjwrncK BUILDING The contract for the construction of the postoffice building for Crockett, Taxat, has been awarded to Stamford Brothers, In?., of Montgomery, Ala. The contract price was $60,000. OLD IRONSIDES TO VISIT HOUSTON Texans who want to see the battle- scarred decks of Old Ironsides may do so if they go to Houston from February 24 to March 3. The mayor of Houston has received word from the Navy De- partment that the famus old frigate, the Constitution, will visit Houston Febru- ary 24 and remain seven days. The fri- gate is on a cruise of principal ports of the nation. y fljy ai ]|§ ^ MkkM ir NEW LINE OF RAILWAY TO BE FINISHED IN TIME FOR 1932 CROPS The Chief Engineer of the new line of the Fort Worth & Denver Railway from Childress to Pampa, a distance of 113 miles, says the line will be rushed to completion in time for hauling 1932 crops. About two and one-half miles of the right of way out of Childress h...

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

1?^PP m Among th« mfc*rautn two hundred new laws which w into effect in T*m A Jokes to Make You Laugh BetvMa all points in Texas, Om ••a MM-third litti for round trip, good for 30 days; stopovers allowed. Week-tad (area one fare plna 25 cents for round trip. AIR CONDITIONED DINING CARS on Texaa Special and Bluebonnet. ASK KATY AGENT OR WRITE P. B. GRIFFIN, G.P.A. M.K.T. R.R., Dallu, Ttui. JL DUCK-SHOOTING SEASON REDUCED ■* The hunting season on ducks, whose numbers have been seriously depleted by the drouth, was shortened to one month recently by a procla- mation issued by President Hoover. The proclamation al- so applies to geese, brandt and coots throughout the United • States and Alaska. In the northern part of the United States, except Alaska, the season, under the new regulations, will open October 1 and close October 31. In the South the season opens No- vember 16 and closes Decem- ber 15, except in Florida, - where it will begin November 20 and continue until Decem- ber 19. T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

1 QkWi |S|H ■ ■ '(■mmmsm mm mmmam v';^l.^i|*>t>ifa Twelve hundred pounds of Bermuda onions were produced on one-fifteenth of an acre at Snyder, where onion-growing is gaining in favor and in volume. The sheep industry is the most profitable side line in Denton county, according to the county agent, C. C. Morris, who says that near- ly one million dollars has been brought to farmers through sales of spring lambs and sheep. Small grains supplemented pas- tures, so that feed bills were very small. More than 6,000 acres will be planted to Bermuda onions in the Floresville section next year. Con- tracts for 3,000 acres at Poth, Wilson county, have been made by growers with a New York firm, with a guaranteed price to be paid for the crop. A substantial increase over the 600 acres around Floresville the past season is also indicated. The Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas has a total of 6,634,051 citrus trees, of which 4,898,934 are grapefruit, 1,508,394 are orange, and 226,723 are oth...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 October 1931

B WmimW. I jmm-i' to M# £ New M>, £d WM howled a mob of 500 stu- cr$j H Y«I down dent# from Yale University. The itudents made it impos- sible for Mr. Bryan to be heard, and so he closed with the remark: "Gentlemen and |pdiest I am accustomed to speaking to peop)e who earn their living ana have never learned to speak in a manner to please people who live sole- ly from the toil of others." More than 100 people were killed by a cyclone which swept the Atlantic coast from Florida to Virginia on the 29th of September. A heavy frost visited Ark- ansas and Mississippi Septem- ber 29, doing serious injury to the cotton crop. There were seven Presiden- tial tickets in the field, as fol- lows : Bryan and Sewall, Dem- ocratic ; McKinley and Ho- bart, Republican; Palmer anil Buckner, Gold Standard Dem- ocrat; Bryan and Watson, Populist; Leavering and John- *non, Prohibition; Bentley and Southgate, National Prohibi- tion; Malchett and McGuire, Socialist. Cotton was selling at from 6 to 6% ce...

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

mm m ■r,- i' riiflliTltWIIlillir iiDTlii mil HIil iMWlMlHIM— II i illlWIWWWll1 'I Hi m& :. c niiiiPi' in 1 i<■ V appeals to every taste. Order Lipton's today. It costs no more. MAftQARST STUTB aSTIEST ICED TEA' HOME PROBLEMS Summer h a ■ merged into Fall and no matter how many warm days we have, new clothes for cool weather are the all ab sorbin? topic of conversa- tion among women who would look their best at all times. Whether for play—and this means grown-ups, toj—for work or for leisure, the detail, the fabric and the color of one's frocks should be carefully considered. I n this season when the va- riety is so perfectly de- lightful, there should be little trouble for the woman who sews to have a well-filled wardrobe of charming clothes. Impor- tant to know are the four outstanding fabrics for Fall—sheer wool, satin, velvet and silk crepe: CHOICEST ORANGE PEKOE & PEKOE among the gorgeous array ill of colors, rust red, sage gr:en, dull orange, black, brown and maroon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 October 1931

i(^;i.:ift;«4!W«}. ' ' r"V .'■'-' "■■•" ' '' '; V* "*r J * ' • ;.' ;V' vra&dK "' \.-■■■" "3 ""'■>•■ • A ■ '• • ■'' v"'' ^ ."• _j|-> ' T&SwW1 .. jwm I .HHppp 1 ? I ® it hi Hi Mtwi n4 nfah fey leapt u4 VOLUME U CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY OCT. 16, 1931. Ninon « Armstrong Co.Fair To-day And To-morrow--!6,17th K: 4 Armstrong Co. Fair Going Good At This Time Jack Hudson, our County Farm Agent, informs us that Our County Fair Is on In full blast, to-day and to-morrow, and he knows all about It (or the reason he has been In- strumental In assisting our far- mers in making for us one of the best County Fairs we have had in years. The County Fair Exhibits are found In the two J. O. Watson's buildings four doors South of The Printing office, in the block Just South of the depot at Claude. You should visit and encourage this fair. You will find some of the very best Oarden, orchard and other exhibits that any county fair Is able to put up. Then, there is the domestic a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 October 1931

1 S i m f mm' Remember -that no nation can lonc jMOMUn prosperous unless God conies before Gold. * :0: Wish some of those billion dol- lars the bankers are turning loose would roll this way. :0: • Many a man has to argue with himself nowadays as to whether he will pay first for the gasoline or the groceries. :0: Some of the same fellows who deny their children wholesome play are out playing politics a good part of the time. :0: The country has practically sur- vived the cross-word puzzle and Mah Jong, but no doubt they have had something to do with the depression. :0: Imagine a party of starving Chinese touring thru our wheat, corn and cotton fields and orchards visiting our oil fields and mines. Inspecting our art galleries muse- ums and national parks, driving thru our congested business dis- tricts of our cities and towns, seeing our schools, libraries and churches, and attending our thea- tres and world series baseball games, and then asking us what this thing "depression" is we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 October 1931

Tama. (1-T-F) •• We IMew our Oottm to the popu tor demand of Claude.-W AO-IJIN (4k SAVE TOUR OLD TIRES "Fat" Hood Vulcanizes Tires price from $1.50 to $2.50 nlso Cars greased and Vaccutn Cleaned for *ljD0 («-0) What a feeling it is to heir you gay "That's a good - Hamburger ".— WAG-INN (4-C) LADIES CALLING CARDS The Claude News carries thosr 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. POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that •11 of the J. A. Pastures are potted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY. Asst. Mgr. lS-tf-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 1300.00 cash but will trade it for a good milk cow. It gives better service than some Electric Radios we have listen to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 October 1931

1 ■ H OM FLATS SERVICE STATION I. ft SULLIVAN, Mgr. NOTICE or SALE OF AUTOMOBILE Whereas (he Underalgned. garage owner and warehouse man, has for the past seven months, and prior thereto, retained In his possession certain personal property, to-wit: One 1B2S, Sport Model, Stude- baker touring car. Engine No. E. R. 390478, Serelal No. 1319405; Texas license 188-089; left and stored with me the undersigned for storage and repairs, amounting to over $60. whifh sum Is just and reasonable, said car belonging to The Ford Motor Co., of Childress, Texas. Therefore notice Is hereby given that after the expiration of ten days from date, to-wit: On Satur- day the same being the 17th day of October A. D. 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, owning to the nature of said property, is most convenient to exhibit, to prospective purchasers, following the manner of execution, I shall proceed to sell sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 October 1931

IP'' ' $ ,1; REP4RE UFA* DRIVING This is the time of the year when sure-footed traction is ab- solutely essential to safe driving. There is no need to take the unnecessary risk of driving with smooth tires. Insure yourself for safe driving by purchasing Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires now. Trade in your old set. We will make a liberal allowance for them. Drive in and let us appraise them. caU WMtfcu alanine troablai fc«- (ln TrUt la Yrar O I d BatUry. W. Mrvic* and r# lr •11 aika*. V NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY PHONE 23 CLAUDE, TEXAS CONWAY NEWS Too late for last week. The marriage of Miss Zelma Ax- tell to Mr. Cecil Walker, last week, was the latest of matrimonial events to be celebrated by residents of Conway and vicinity. The former Miss Axtell has resided In Conway for the post year. Mr. Walker is also of local parentage, his father and mother, Mr .and Mrs. M. O. Walker being pioneer residents of the Panhan- dle country. The young bridal couple journeyed to Clovis, New Mexico last Satur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 October 1931

jotc^pneHHj Includes the Operations listed Below 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Clean all Spark Plugs and set Gaps to proper clearance. True up and adjust breaker points to proper clearance. Oil and adjust valves. Drain Carburetor. Clean Carburetor Screen. Adjust Carburetor. Check and adjust Ignition Timing. Tighten Manifold Bolts. Clean and check Fuel Pump. Tighten Head Bolts. Ask About Our Service Agree- ment Which Saves You $5.00 We still have some good used CAR BARGAINS to Sell or Trade for grain, cows, hogs, chickens, etc. Five Sacks of flour FREE with each Car Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gunter We take great pleasure In inviting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gunter to bring their car into our modern and efficient repair shop and receive, free of all charges, a wash and polish job. Each week some Chevrolet owner will receive this free service. Watch For Our Advertisements! Nelson Chevrolet 1 CLAUDE, Company — — — — — TEXAS MARY ROBERTS RINEHART • VHtgyuotttrs hinlhart eOPVAlOHT TON) INSTALMENT SYN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 October 1931

m m mm. . . iS.** :'ii m: I 5 Sm *y •• i R||39E mM rfii M- ym ■. . I ■ % • pnM the pim ar Maf'fM a tkk| ;n UM4 at ■ tii|ifc Cry . la Tlw Nm at aa|r I Mh a < VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 2S, 1931. Armstrong Co. Fair a Decided Success, Friday & Sat Armstrong Co. Fair Held With Little Expense FOUR COMMUNITIES SHOW AT FAIR One of the most interesting fairs in the history of the county Was held in Claude, county seat of Armstrong County, Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17. Two building* held the displays, made up of a poultry display and a gen- eral display. In one building were placed the four community exhi- bits, the Boy and Girl Scout ex- hibits, the Fine Arts, Domestic Arts, Domestic Science. Flowers and general Agriculture exhibit. All exhibits in the Agriculture Building were judged by Miss Mary Sitton, Home Demonstration Agent of Potter County, and Frank Ford, Asst., County Agent of Potter County. Their services were render- ed free of charge ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 October 1931

i. W I If 3 PROHIBITION, MONEY and TAXES, wili be among the leading issue* of The Democratic party of this nation next year. Mark that prediction. :0: Dr. Spain of Paris. Texas has an excellent article in this week's Claude News. Read it over care- fully and then drop us a card and tell us wherein Dr. Spain is wrong, if he is wrong. The articles is head- ed: "Righteous Economics, or Relief of Our People". -:0: Mr • Wyaa. to Waggoner came by to say hello to the News fore* and and to assure us of his friendly ani- mosity over the "Why Blaine Hoover" editorial controversy which has been waged between this paper and his paper. Mr. Waggoner is a pretty close observer of things as they are. and from hli comments he has a pretty good slant on things as they should be. It is still his opinion that Uncle Andy Mellon is President, In reality, and that Hoover Is directly responsible for the stagnation of our circulation medium. In commenting upon the pro and con arguments on this question betw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 October 1931

■ Zi a : -; -x ■* \ - ^>"ifeu S. B. Fann, of Tennessee, shot in the national rifle matches at Camp Perry, Ohio., with an eight- foot muzzle loader. WANT ADS OOOD SMALL HEATING STOVE ,for Sale Cheap. Phone 97, <tf > WANTED—One dozen laying Pul- lets—Call 67. (DH) We thank those who are sharing their gas service station business with ns. And invite you to share with us. We appreciate it.—EAST OULF SERVICE STATION. Harp Kight, Prop. 7-c We brew our Coffee to the popu- lar demand of Claude-WAG-INN (4-C) LADIES CALLING 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 97. POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishlni Is not premitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-C MILK COW WANTED—We have a six-tube Super Het...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 October 1931

■' t. a. ihoi, u. d. ■wm the war our Govern- afflctato lamed Victory Bonds, pot on tauMue drives for safe. Amount other propa- put out was • little folder by the Treasure Depart' in which these words were I: "TilInk in Interest. Interest is the only money you don't have to work for." To us all they said, buy bonds f^Hicollect interest, because it you no work. Here is a expression from our head Government officials, sanctioning and fostering the practice of get- ting money without work. In ef- fect, such propaganda tends to debauch the whole citizenry of the country. No government, ancient or mod- era, ever promulgated a more wicked policy than that. It is clearly the spirit of the robber, the hijacker, the murderer. "Get money without work." That was Gerald Chapman's plan of action that landed him behind the bars, with a sentence of execution. That was the plan of Doheny. Denby and Fall, whom public sentiment impeached, unseated and disgraced. That was the plan of a recent Governor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 October 1931

V- SS&l wZWw' Kl TRADE IN "We'll make a generous allow- ance for the un- used mileage in your present tires and you can have a complete set of new Firestone Gum«Dipped .Tires at a mighty reasonable price. "Every famous racing driver lias won fame on "Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. The great champi- ons of roud and track are unanimous in their de- mand for the tires thut hold all world records for .safety, cudur.auce.and mileage. And you too can have these extra safe, extra tough, extra de- pendable tires on your car—the only tires that are Gum-Dipped! Let us put your car on the safest footing known. Drive in! Get our prices!) NELSON CHEVROLET COMPANY PHONE 23 CLAUDE, TEXAS Do fa I^Less Bottle /Milk eprice ! J.) f !\r Whether it is light, heat, power or COLD, electricity will furnish any....or all. One is as convenient....as clean.... as the other. And the cost of electricity is so reasonable that you may enjoy all of its many services economically. So cheap is electricity that near...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 October 1931

* * $ i i h Wm Here ¥ K Bf', 9 'i Wt-K' LET US GET YOUR CAR READY FOR WINTER FREE— Check water Pump and overhaul if necessary. Check hose connection. Labor absolute- ly Free with gallon of Prestone. Look at these Prices on Genuine Chevrolet Plate Glass Installed Windshield . $5.50 Coach Door . M.50 Coupe Door ' $4.50 Sedan Front Door . $4.00 Track Door $3.90 Upper Windshield .... $3.50 Wlnahleld—Trurk Coach—Quarter Coupe & Sedan—Qtr. Sedan rear door Back Glass $4.90 S4.50 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 Lower Windshield $2.50 FRANCIS BATSELL Will receive the Free Car Wash and Polish this week. Drive your car in Mr. Batsell and get this service FREE. Watch For Our Advertisements! Nelson Chevrolet Company Phone 23 Claude, Texas PALO DUR0 FURNITURE CO. Polk Street Amarillo Work Weary NERVES Do they make you Restless, Cranky, Tired, Sleepless, Dyspeptic, Head- achy? Do they spoil your pleasure and interfere with your work? Tens of thousands * '' have found a way to f r" Ife get relief from over- ...

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