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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

lMla kf Mm f : Ott. O*. 0*1 fhm U.) y li has been the background of many a fiction story that has held tiie reader spellbound, but when Mollie Barnes of Burnett county, Texas, daughter of a Texas ranchman, married James L. Wheatland of Mason county, Texas, and helped her young husband drive 500 head of cattle through the "Indian country" to west- ern Oklahoma, she furnished a fact story of real adventure and romance. Mr. and Mrs. Wheatland, 82 and 78 ears old, respectively, now live on their ittle farm home in western Oklahoma, near the Washita river, where they set- tled more than 50 years ago. Their home is surrounded by trees and vines, ten- derly nursed and cared for. Mr. Wheat- land, active and vigorous for a man of his age, still works his farm on a limit- ed scale. Trail-Blazer in the Seventies In the early '70s young Wheatland was a trail-blazer, having accompanied several herds of cattle through Indian Territory, and was much impresSed with the grazing possibilities of this...

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

J rki ■m < bmRSWh 0 M M EN T By J. H. (JIM) L0WRY (Caprrifbt, ML bT tfc* Uem Cater rrtet Ok) "M The Sun* Old Problem OTTON Hm been the chief prob- lem of the Southland since Eli Whitney discovered a process for separating the seed from the lint. How to grow cotton, how to market cot- ton, how to protect it against insects, ' and how much eotton to grow, have for nearly a century appealed to the best minds and challenged the best thought of the people of the South. Of late years the greatest problem presented by cot- ton has been the limitation of produc- tion. We can grow more cotton than the world can use, and this hammers the price below the cbst of production and bankrupts the growers. Many people labor under the delusion that this phase of the cotton problem is new, having made iQs advent since the production of •the staple reached many million bales annually, but this is erroneous. The same condition obtained before the cot- ton yield reached two million bales. I have before...

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

esfe it *hfc& wffl , t bq 600 and 1,000 women, be erected in Laredo, according to announcement recently made by inter- ested parties. The plant will cost about $100,000. Laredo was selected as a lo- cation for the plant on account of the availability of labor. adopted a splen- up with people who LEON BRIDGE OPENED The concrete bridge across the Leon river on Highway No. 10, seven miles east of Comanche, has been opened to traffic. This bridge is 1,023 feet in length, and the grading and approaches cover 3,000 feet. With the completion of the bridge an all-weather road is made available across Comanche county. TWO COASTAL CANAL ROUTES STUDIED Two lines for the proposed Intracoast- al Canal from Corpus Christi to the Missouri Pacific bridge at Harlingen have been made by government engi- neers stationed at Point Isabel. The two routes to be considered for the waterway are an inland route from Laguna Madre to Corpus Christi, and a route in the center of Laguna Madre channel, which ...

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

Hew Ht Came to Be Discharged She: "How did you come to be discharged from the Army?" He: "Well, when the enemy was a-coming toward us, our captain yelled, 'Shoot at will!' and not knowing which one to shoot at, I asked the captain 'Which one is Will?'" Difficult "John," said the Missus, "ex* plain this tarfif to me." "My dear," he replied, "that would be harder than trying to explain to you why I was late to dinner and why I didn't have more money when you wanted a new hat." He Was Following "Yes, my friend," said the theological lecturer, "some ad* mire Moses, who instituted the old law; some Paul, who spread the new. But, after all, which character in the Bible has had the largest following?" As he paused, a voice from the back shouted, "Ananias." Politeness vs. Tact - Ebenezer went to Theophilus to get him to explain the dif- ference between politeness and tact. "De difference am dis way," ventured Theopilus, "I goes up room 1010 in de hotel whar 'Ise employed to delivah de bag- ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

wo I t } i _, ( t 3 8fc * ■PS&i ■ IIP mi*1 fifteen this year. Hat he received more for the popcorn than for any other crop to which the land could nave been planted. It has been announced by the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture that a location for the experiment station for a citrus by- products laboratory has been selected. The site se- lected is a short distance west of Mercedes. The bountiful watermel- on crop, with slow sale for the melons, caused many farmers in Wise and ad- joining counties, who had no sorghum cane, to make watermelon juice into sy- rup. The quality is said to be equal or superior to sorghum molasses. About 55 cars of broom corn was shipped from Bee county his year, the cars carrying an average of ten tons each. The average price was from five to six dollars per ton. Broom corn has been grown in Bee county for nearly 30 years, and several broom factories r.re located there. Increased Texas acreage of fall and winter planting of spinach, potatoes a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

V:V",N M0t£m • i w • $*>> Coras! Lift right Out! FREEZONE does it! Puts the corn to sleep—deadens all pain — and soon makes it so loose in its bed of flesh that it lifts right out! Hara corns or soft — all are ended by FREEZONE. galluses, too. Get a bottle at any drug store and walk and dance in com- fort! COFFEE GROWERS SHOW COTTON PRODUCERS OF TEXAS WAY TO PROS- PERITY THROUGH QUALITY Although no cotton farm- ers were present at the meet- ing of the Foreign Trade Club ■Recently at the Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, Dr. Charles H. Cunningham, speaker of the day, gave a striking illustra- tion of how the cotton farmer of Texas can work his way out of the present price dilemma. Boiled down to its essentials, his formula for restoring the Texas cotton industry is through quality rather than quantity of staple. Dr. Cunningham, who has spent the greater part of the last ten years in tho foreign commerce service of the Unit- ed States government, did not discuss the Texas cotton sit- uati...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 November 1931

i I if b xs I I ■ •i ■ si '4 p|vM ■19 • • * <•8^' Jfr and 0*^ CHO*C u,„.* CvorontMd by Tw Plantar, Ct/lon 0> FINE COTTON PICKING RECORD Stanley Hedrick, who is 19 years old and weighs 135 pounds, made a fine record as a cotton picker this vear. Young Mr. Hedrick picked 821 pounds of cotton in one day in the field of Carl Ladd, near Deport, Lamar county. 4 famous steps to Beauty FRIGIDAIRE BRINGS YOU YEAR 'ROUND SAVINGS NEW LOW PRICES NOW IN EFFECT Pond s Cold Cream for immaculate cleansing — apply generously over face and neck several times daily, always after exposure. Ponds Cleansing Tissues — to wipe away all cream and dirt. Exquisitely soft and absorbent. Peach or white. K po '"Slot J}*11* Pond*s Skin Freshener—to banish oiliness. tone and firm, close and re- duce poren, bring lovely natural color. Pond s I finishing Cream — smooth in a delicate film for powder bape, pro- tection from sun and wind, a peach- bloom finish . . , Marvelous to keep hands smooth and white. if*-'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 November 1931

Hip i iftiiM to Ml iil4i m , - , •• ■.■.•«* •... •••.- MS ta ft* N«n aai watch grow M gnw by Ink ul boute NEWS ffc Touim u claude, armstrong county TEXAS, friday, NOV. 20, 1931. •wtf Mi mO ri. u taw akMt Um ylM* «r kttaf 7MMW . tlriaf ih mi it a ktipk Iky II 1 in Th n«wi t m|r t nail • NUMBER U Mustangs Win Over Vega Tearn After Thrilling Battle Claude Mustangs Win Over Vega Longhorns Sat. Last Saturday afternoon one of the most thrilling and Interesting ball games of the season was witnessed by patrons from Claude and Vega. This game was ex- ceptional In that It was such a close fight throughout the entire game, and finally ending with a score of 18 to 19. Early In the first quarter the Vega boys surprised Claude with a few completed passes. Although none of these were so spectacular they succeeded In putting the ball on the Mustang's four yard line. By another short pass after line plays had failed Vega was able to score the first six points of the game. The Mustang's chose to rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 November 1931

mi im t, yaar.—I1J0 Bw^fMBnqng wwm&mwS $£i$ fyW'wfl wMMw I U I X If American Financier*, Million aim and Billionaires want to keep and maintain a nation that ia patriotic to the core, let them arrange financial conditions so that every family In this nation can own their home, be It ever so humble. :0: One of the leading players of The Clarendon Football Bunch, writes the News man: "We Just whipped the 'Houn' out of the Memphis boys in our last game with them. However we had to fight like L to do It. I am sore all over and lost a great deal of skin in the mele. Yes, we poured It on them to the tune of twelve to NOTHING. That is what I call playing football. Believe me, "Bud", when they go up against the Clarendon football boys tney are up against a bunch that really know how to play football. The Memphis boys admitted that when the game was over." :0: The P. T. A. of the United States, according to The Ventura Free Press, is opposed to all Radio Advertising, believing as they do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 November 1931

w. m. • rao<MUM rot w> NOTICE i With Iwk UN CU Furchaa. We WW Give One Uqi Loaf of Im< Free ROUSE—Cloce in ONLY $2.50 ft week, tl-c In ffui oQnf potato vMting aetaool day friends. your winter Coal Bill Coke, only 1 per cent and eoeta lets. See R. c. Claude. 12-c The* price* will be good nntU Wednesday night LADIES CALLING CARDS V: The Claude News carries those pannel calling cards for the ladles of distinction. We will print as •mall a number as 25 cards on up to any amount desired. Call at The News Office for particulars or ftuxw 97. POSTED NOTICE Tbia la to notify the public that •11 of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and bun ting, trapping or filing la not premitted and all trespasser! will be prosecuted. CLINTON BERRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c What a feeling It Is to hear you say "That's a good Hamburger".- W AO-INN (4-C) MILK COW WANTED—We have a sis-tube Super Hetrodyne Radio, Non-areal, which can be curried along in car if needed, also loud horn speaker. It cost (300.00 cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 November 1931

AD Complete $g Complete tii Dtotsnce for All Wow Complete iZZZ'ZLZ™ *13 d (WV1UKJI) Complete $ig rtupHoate any kind of lenae u4 supply a wide range 1 type* of handmnely engraved White and Pink Gold i at Seasonable Prices. we advertise Price* the Bye Examination, Lenses Frames are Included in the Prices. OR. CLAUDE WOLCOTT, Oculi.t tfrtiUhhri ISM) tarik Fleer OUver-Eakle Building. AmarlHo, Texas Q0t80aa«a>a8K888t %1 t < %«K% X3063t THERE 18 NOTR1NO In the world that is as CHEAP, Wholesome or Health Giving as Oood Pure Sweet Milk, and Pure Butter Milk and Butter. We deliver It at your door and it costs you no more. Call m. MARY ROBERTS RINEHART COPyjUQHT Kt;t y ty MARV kttueors tlNCHABT more serious difficulties. I fancied that, by kissing my wife good-by at the breakfast table, 1 might be able lo get out without her following me to the front door, which is her cus- tom. But, as a matter of fact, I need not have concerned mvself about the hat. When I descended to breakfast the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 November 1931

ill Wm i ®s • £" '"•■'-■•■' liSfwm 5$ 'jr \fhm 9* pm,:Ht pjH^j^j^j'. kg m*A try K to «m Nawi u< watch yow fruifrrr pit by leapt sad bomids. LAUDE NEWS mm thing yon aMt.at a Id Tlx Mem it only * ecati a VOLUME 49 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 1931. lj o "w v r.,. High Lines And Telephone Wires Break From Sleet Heavy Sleet Breaks High Line Monday The heavy sleet Saturday night and Sunday last broke down many telephone lines In this part of the Panhandle. The high line running from Panhandle to Claude was broken down, It Is stated, just this side of the Rock Island railroad six miles out of Claude. Where the llhe was severed, we are told, the wires that came in contact with the fence burned the fence posts to the ground and electrified the barbed wire that came in contact with the live wire. Had any person or some stock tried to cross the barbed wire fence whore it was charged, they would have been electricuted in an instant. Claude was out of power and lights all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 November 1931

AWQOATWl IB 1M3 the Republicans are going to clean every thing but the depression. :0: You don't need to wory about if taxes get much higher the government will own every- thing anyhow. :0: Wednesday was a cold, cloudy, slippery day for car drivers. Many of them went to Amarillo but founff the roads quite slippery for travel. -:0> The nearer 1932 appears the more we will began to be told that government is run by the people, and that the statesmen are Just our public servants. If this were literally true, the country might be better off, at that. :0: The so-called labor bank can sue ceed only by exploiting their own ranks, for under the present sys- tem all banks must have big profits in interests and discounts in order to feed their many over- head idling managers. :0: Col. Tack, of Amarillo Globe- News, has been saying: "No Frost. No Frost," for some time. Wonder what he said Sunday morning after the BLIZZARD, when he found "ft-ost on the pumpkin and fodder in the shock." Last ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 November 1931

——- JPPto. for tm tot ONLY $2.80 a week, '■farm* "• ti-c - 7 " ^ ' will |lve entire satis- faction and lower fuel bills for the winter. See R. C. Ballard, Claude. la-c POUR ROOM HOlIBK—For rent, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 41—Mr*. Man Mitchell. ll-c SAVE A DOLLAR—By renewing for Your Claude News and Fort Worth 8tar Telegram together, you will SAVE ONE DOLLAR. Or one dollar less for botli papers together for one year. CLAUDE NEWS, CLAUDE, TEXAS. LOWER your winter Coal BUI by using Coke, only 1 per cent ashes, and costs less. See R. C. Ballard, Claude. 12-c PORTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing to not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c What a feeling it Is to hear you say "That's a good Hamburger".— WAG-INN (4-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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 November 1931

MIDk and % at your ■ you no Call ill. Jt lius BROS. DAIRY DEWEY SMITH, Mgr. ,<XX%3(XX<XXXVtX3t%X38K3t8tXXXapO^' WHEAT PRICES GO UP! Mechanic Work Goes Down! *«,!, Poor Cylinder Cars Over Hauled ' Labor ONLY Labor Charges All Six Cylinder cars Over Hauled For ONLY $8.00 $10.00 >7 MARY ROBOTS RINEHART cow/hsu r„ jhzi % CARS WASHER AND GREASED FOR $1.50. CAR POLISHED FOR $1.50 EXTRA This is a bargain. Have your car washed and greased. ALL WORK GUARANTEED ROAN'S GARAGE (Continued from first page) among his brothers and sisters the doors of which always stood wide open to him, there came a time when Charlie wanted his own little home. The answer to this wish was a little home built in Claude by his friends and rela- tives "Where he spent much of his time until overtaken by his last lllnesa just one year and three days before the end came Monday morning. He loved that little home with an effection that was beautiful and sincere. And after his illness came on at Clarendon he longe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 December 1931

iiii,' ife.-d Q< mm , ' ?W> -y, r - " , Tpf ■m: 1km per cent af MM ahaaUi be set aalda fat ■wiHWr advertising every year. try H Ik Hi Hmi and watch your feasthesa crew by leaps and boands. CLAUDE •*«* at mtf « will wll ■weHrif far aaak jm thine yea need at a bargain. Try ft la The Newt at only t cento i Mjfl 1 VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY DEC. 4, 1931. NUMBER IS Mustangs Fought a Good Battle For The Closing Year Claude Prospects of Next Year Football Team As this year's football's season has come to a close, we l'cel that something should be said regarding next year's prospects. We know that the following boys will be lost by graduation: Howell Dye, Merle Cayton, Nat Hynds, Cleon Byrd, Ferrill Early and Jim Dodge. They have all played a good season this past fall. Now as to the prospect of next year, we have first, C. L. Shirey, a new boy from Sam Houston Junior High, who has lettered there one year and seems to know something about the game. Due to lack of...

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

■ to thta far or' «oin rainy, cloudy weather visit- ed us several days of last week, while the highways were quite slip- pery for all car drivers. Several cars had to be pulled in by wreck tag cars during the extreme bad weather. :0: This week started off with sun' shine weather but ciuite cold. We have the moisture in the ground and our fanners will make good another year If they get the right price for their products. :0: The Claude and Groom Metho- dist churches have been changed to the Amarlllo district, coming In- to the Amarlllo district from the Clarendon district. Pastor, Wllkins of the Claude Methodist church likes the change fine, as he says, "This is as it should be." :0: After reading over our exchanges each week, which is always one of our greatest pastimes, we find that The Claude News Is quoted, edito- rially, as much so as any other Panhandle paper, which indicates that what we are saying is the truth and "hits the spot," otherwise such editorials would not be quoted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 December 1931

w* was an An- w,.p Mr. Luttivil, Sr., it reported to be mom batter oi hit recent illness. fiifSP IIP : ii Mr*. Omr Harris was an Ama- nita vial tor the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Qoodger were In AmariUo Thanksgiving. The Claude teachers attended the State Teachers convention at Amarlllo 100 percent. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bagwell and Mrs. Ohas. Bagwell were shopping in Amarlllo Monday. Judge and Mrs. S. P. Mathews were vIMtlng relatives in Ama- rlllo Saturday. W. E. Williams and son, Rich- mond were attending to business matters in Amarlllo Saturday. Miss Alia Rea Collins of Lubbock Tech College spent last week-end with her mother, Mrs. I. N. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Irby Brummett of Ooodnight and the latters sister. Mrs. Green of the M-System Store, were Amarillo visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Church and Mrs. Annie Mclntyre were Amarlllo visitors Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Right and baby of San Jon. N. M., and Miss Oretha Harred of Claudn spent the week-end I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 December 1931

'{Pi \you give this friendliest of gifts! ' John D. Rodcefell ol . where hs Mi wu glad ta tot. '< W. the train at malm >; • r ■ < " ■ i This is one o( the Beautiful Streit Slumber Chairs that's going to make so many men joyous on Christmas nwn«ig. , ^Seeing it, you'll know why it's at home in so-many lovely living-rooms from Beverly Hills to Bar Harbor. Sitting in it, you'll know why it makes a friend of every home-loving husband. la• all the. world there is no other cha^<p itfeijike it! Of course, the model pictured is just one of the many Beautiful Streit Slumber Chairs we have here ta> help your Christmas shopping. Yet all|ft&|igi^Ann«,t Georgian) Moderu Over- stuffed, Florentine, Louis Seize—all have that harmony of design and gracefulness of line that make a livtog-reKjm lovely and livable! Slip-Covers FREE! With each Beautiful Streit Slum- ber Chair, you receive a card uhich entitles you to a set of attractive, smartly tailored Slip-covers, free. Only Ike gt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 December 1931

1.78c- *M nd up. Soft With wave set 50c . 'WW* (tone exclusive by Mr. and Mr*. Ewen, formally of Clr.renJon. located and door north Post • Office 610 Taylor St., AmarJlo. s Texas., Phone 41BT. ia-c W I WANT ADS FOR SALE—Two extra good Jersey Heifer Calves; or will let them out on the shares.—R.E. Blanton. 1-t-c FIVE ROOM HOUSE—Close In for rent for ONLY *2.50 a week Call 97. tf-c COKE will give entire satis- faction and lower fuel bills for the winter. See R. C. Ballard Claude. 12-c POUR ROOM HOUSE—For rent, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 41.—Mrs. Man Mitchell. ll-c ROYAL TYPEWRITER. In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter SAVE A DOLLAR—By renewing for Your Claude News and Port Worth Star Telegram togathor you will SAVE ONE DOLLAR. Or one dollar less for both papers together for one year. CLAUDE NEWS, CLAUDE, TEXAS. Polks do you realize, it is time to be addressing Christmas cards for those distant friends. I have a few boxes of beautiful cards left ...

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