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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 December 1931

r.W - A-„ ■■■£&/ .' .<$ .- Ml HlM, III ll |t|(ir AftMte All Jobs, large er small, get e«r Bilks in! Imm If WSS&m wo For One" "SPECIALS" StHP MAtfV B Plain or pleated, or any t- or 3-plece ensemble clean- ed and pressed for only- 75c _ m Any kind of plain or fur- . 2 Ladies Coats SSTLTPS 75c by expert* for only...M IDm MSTAUffid SYNOPSIS ■Is people, Bortct Johosoa (whs toll* L1 story), his «i{«, Old Mu. Dux, Hsrbtrt n sod hit sister, Alicc, sad Dr. friendi and neighbor!, sre in. the holding weekly meetings. At pne of hem, Mr . Due, who it hoiteai, vsriet the propria by unexpectedly arranging a spiritJ (static seance with lilts Jeremy, s friend of., Dr. Sperry and not s professional, u the medium. At the first sitting the medium tejlt the detaile of a murder as it is occurring: Late* trie pica ot nervousness from tr S £i *5 .*Pd;phH ,cal potion of th Sliknct and MM Jo regain o^ttid in the halt until the (ranee coir 2 Men's Suits ?; Cleaned and Pressed One Man's Suit clean- ...

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

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

■ H *«« ( t, ymt—|iJO )KI Thto Is our Christmas Edition. How *> yon Ilk* ltT Hoover** plan has not reached the farmers yet. :0: Anyway we are for the farmer, even If he is wrong part of the time. :0: Do your Christmas shopping this week, as there are only twelve more shopping days until Christ- mas. In this you may avoid the rush. :0: ONLY twelve more shopping days until Christmas. Do your shopping this week and avoid the rush. It will give you a much better selec tion of presents and help over tired clerks, who have to wait up- on you. :0: An encouraging word, a pleasant smile, and a deed or two of kind- ness will help along with your Christmas cheer, if you haven't much money with which to buy- presents for that relative of friend :o: Several extra copies of this week's Claude news will be sent out to prospective subscribers, which will be a great benefit to those, who have taken advantage of advertising in our Christmas edition. :0: Christmas presents for rela- tives or friend...

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

H ««h <%* 1 INVE For Six Days Only Boys Wagons $4.50 Wagons at $3.50 $4.00 Wagons at $3.25 $3.75 Wagons at $2.25 STOVES 1-3 off $30.00 Value, Now $20.00 $17.50 Value, Now $11.65 $16.50 Value, Now $11.00 $12.25 Value, Now $8.15 $10.00 Value, Now $6.65 $7.00 Value, Now $4.65 Genuine Congoleum RUGS $12.50 Value, Now $8.65 Lots of Pretty Colors 6 ft. Piece Goods, per sq. yd 45c 9 ft. Piece Goods, per sq. yd 50c POCKET KNIVES Large assortment for 1-3 off Dishes, while they last For 1-2 Price. No Exceptions 25 prizes will be given away. These prizes will be wrapped and numbered; you will be given a ticket for each $1 purchase. At 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 19th, numbers will be drawn and prizes given to lucky numbers. No person shall receive more than one prize. Kiddie Cars and Tricycles $4.50 TRICYCLE, NOW $2.25 $3.00 KIDDIE CAR, NOW $1.50 RANGES $100.00 Value, Now Only $72.50 $110.00 Value, Now only $77.50 All White New Ranges $133.00 Value, Now only $98.00 ABC Machines $135.00 ELECTR...

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

" s <1? "ft- <s5;-Si •« •«<•**% a * , • ', z.r - it i I •I Bates will present her recital at the High School Monday evening, De 14th at 8 p.m. Everybody anvlted and the entertainment Is fwe to all. B' S —* :0: rOUXTH GRADE'S CONTRIBUTION Mr*. Adkins, teacher of the 4th trade In Claude schools asked that her pupils make gifts towards charity (or Thanksgiving. Her pu- pils responded graciously, by bring- ing to her room oranges, apples and potatoes. This was turned over to the Charity committee of Claude to use whenever and wherever said committee saw fit.. The com- mittee wish to tender Mrs. Adklns and her pupils sincere thanks for their liberal donation on this oc- casion, Thanksgiving. :0: FOURTEEN CLAUDE BOYS SEE WRESTLING MATCH Fourteen Claude boys held ring- side seats to the wrestling match at the Armory in Amarillo Thurs- day night, December 3rd. These boys had written Cal. Farley, their appreciation of his announcing said wrestling match in the inter- est of Charity....

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

I WANT RESULTS AOVHI I TH« CLAUDE NIW«. Ooke to cheaper In the long run. (take hM only one per cent ashes. Bum ooke and save money, see R. C. BALLARD, Claude, Texas lfl-c ROYAL TYPEWRITER. In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY |3S. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter SAVE A DOLLAR—By renewing for Your Claude News and Fort Worth Star Telegram togather, you Will SAVE ONE DOLLAR. Or one dollar less for both papers togather for one year. CLAUDE NEWS, CLAUDE, TFXAS. Folks do you realize, It is time to be addressing Christmas cards for those distant friends. I have a few boxes of beautiful cards left that sold for $1.00 per box of 21 cards. This year you can get th*m for 70c per box, or 10c for 3 cards. MRS. H. L. MOBLEY POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that •11 of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-C Life Insurance at Cost Why Pay More? AMARILLO M. B. A. Policies Pay f...

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

IWi v.?.- « .♦ to the « [feet that •t-IMm I it the ■Ms of t ha North 1 r aakes aS feats Cat • Storage HH? To km fcy hesslng your TEMPORARILY why fee jMt tem- Mayo's are making Mm redaction below and guarantee Mm idM to be permanent? . -• - r A «V MARY BOUBTS WMHART RINEHART wsmueh OUR CHRISTMAS REDUCTIONS Are New In Effeet. Oar Quality of Work is Superior. Our Prices Are Low. CLINI t AMD LABORATORY h Mayo aad Associates Pkoae MW Mm Steer's Dept. Store la Motile Bldg, 4th sad PoUu) c AMAR1LLO, TEXAS wse0asxwss ix38s ss8* « 6*3ss«xj a ^^ SYNOPSIS Six Hopl'i' Horace Johuon (who ttUs Um story), hi* wife, old Mri. Dane, Hjrbert SBaiuon and hi* litter, Alice, and Dr. Sfeerry, (riendi and neifhUort, are in the titbit ol holdin« weeMy meeuin. At one of them, Mrs. Dane, who ia hoeteik variea the program by unexpectedly rrantfc« epirlt- uUittic trance with Mite Jeremy, a Mendi of br. Sperry and not a profettlontl, at the medium. At the firit fitting the medium telle the detail t of a murder a...

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

mm Ml|« fee Mwwtpff •imttotof amy yaw. Trr tt-uri Jw Wnni wiU •seraaaa by Im|i boon**. VOLUME 43 m m Mi ■ •«•■ , ■•• :,;- f W||l|SlW ■ • mmm WAIfT AOS at only * • wwi «■ ••II aoactfciac for t—li yon hniiwrt the plaeo or hrtaf 70a eometfctnf need at • bargain. Try It in The Claude Newa at only 2c per word. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1931. NUMBER 14. hMmtmfii •"3s-W« w,*- Hark! the herald-angels sing Glory to the new-born King, Peace on earth, and mercy mild, God and sinners reconciled, Joyful, all ye nations, rise. Merry Christmas to You Join the triumph of the skies; With the Angelic host proclaim, "Christ is born in Bethlehem." Hark! the herald-angels sing Glory to the new-born King. :VI w JP|| *>nrr* vi jam*. ^VJt #W . ■m3e.se W^WW>WMiFll^WI^ mm liii L to . . v i

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

s 4 yoi ha als nif engine that was to ^ haul the Christmas supplies over ■S® th« snow-covered hills to the Sil- ver Ledge mine. He had his hand on the controls, ready to put the tractor into motion as soon as he got the final word to go. Hitched to the engine and trail- ing behind it Were five trainsleds, piled high with foodstuffs and gifts for the miners and their children. "Ever ride one of these things before, George?" asked the engineer, genially. "No," replied George Yates, with a laugh. "I never saw one before." "Well, that's not surprising because there aren't many of them around here. It's not a locomotive, as you see, but a tractor. It works on the same idea as a caterpillar—doesn't need any tracks, and it goes right through fields, mud and water without any trouble at all. The only thing it won't do is climb a atone wall." "Maybe it won't have to," laughed George. "At least I hope not." "To tell the truth, I'd sooner take it over a dozen stone walls than drive it through ...

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

0 M M E N T *i«.iow*r ™ W — W M /Hnnvrivht Mil. hw h* Hnm* f/.lnp Print AlI ■I Safety First UMAN life may aptly be compared to an ocean voyage. He who comes into the world takes ship for an- other land. As the ship moves to- ward the other shore it encounters surging seas that eventually wreck it. - Whether the voyager is saved or lost depends upon the provis- * ion he has made for the voyage. He may have fill- ed his life-ship with gold and pearls, with splendor and finery and worldly honors, but these are worthless luggage when the frail barque is wreck- ed. But if the voyager has been wise and provided a life-boat for the journey he will ride the angry waves with safety and fi- nally open his eyes upon 'the resplendent glories of the fairer shore. But alas! many fill their life-ship so full of ambi- tions for wealth, fame and worldly hon- ors that there is no room for a life-boat, and so become victims of the mighty deep when the crash of the ship comes, as come it must. Twenty y...

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

GRAPHITE RONES KAY REOPEN Plans are under way to reopen the old graphite mines near Burnet. There is already a good plant there, and a company is being formed to take it over. It will have a capital of $100,000, and will employ about 30 men to start. WORKING ON HATCHERY AT TYLER Work is now in progress on the $25,- 000 extension to the Tyler State Fish Hatchery, located six miles southwest of Tyler. When completed the hatchery will cover 34 acres. SALT PRODUCTION INCREASES Salt production in Crane county has increased to the point that 100 tons weekly are now being marketed, prin- cipally in West Texas. Much of the salt is sold to ranchmen. The salt is mined from a lake near Crane City by a com- pany headed by a Chicago man. PANHANDLE HAS SMALL PER CENT ILLITERACY The Panhandle counties have less il- literacy than any other section of Tex- as. This fact was shown by a State-wide survey made by the State Superinten- dent of Public Instruction; the survey gives the percentage of each ...

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

,,!V. ««rt. "if ■ orns 14ft Off—No Pain Hard corns, soft corn*, corns between the toes and calluses lift right off! You'll laugh—it is so easy and doesn't hurt a bit! Just drop FREEZONIJ on any tend- er, touchy corn. Instantly it stops ach- ing; then shortly you just lift that old bothersome corn right off with yourfingers-ltworkslikeacharm, every time. Seems like magic! I/* A tiny bottle of FKEEZONE costs only a few cents at any rv-1 drug store. Try it! ALL DRUGGISTS RELATIVELY FEW HANK SUSPENSIONS IN TEXAS Although Texas has more than six per cent of the total number of banks in the Unit- ed States, the number of bank failures in this State during the first eight months of thej tcurrent year were less than! three per cent of the number of failures in the entire coun- try, according to figures in! the Federal Reserve Bulletin,! issued at Washington, D. C. We have not the figures fori the eleven months of the year, but perhaps the samel ratio would hold good for the, other months. T...

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

fmm I Fi 9 * 1 2 * as *s so 1*11 season's first carload of green beans was shipped out of the Lower Rio Grande Valley this year on October 24, opening the fall vegetable shipping season. Probably the largest wa- termelon ever grown was received in Dallas during the month of October. The huge melon was grown by Eaglebarger Brothers, near Hugo. It weighed 17 9 pounds and 10 ounces. The Texas fall mohair clip of 9,250,000 pounds ex- ceeded all expectations and was considerably larger than last fall. Through the Texas Warehouse Associa- tion pool the National Wool Marketing Corporation got 7,750,000 pounds of the total. A Colorado dairy herd .has been adjudged the highest milk producing herd in the United States. Eleven registered Guern- sey cows owned by Robert Roemer, who lives near Fort Collins, produced an average of 11,614 pounds cf milk each, containing 582.1 pounds of butterfat during the year. Science says fastidious- ness may cheat the apt eater. "Don't peel 'em, it warns, beca...

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

and Santa Claus. (St. Nich olas) arrived simultaneously in New York with the Dutch colonists. And it is safe to say that if some jolly Dutch burgher cut down the first family fir tree it was his good frau who trimmed it. Most of our Christmas cus- toms originated in Germany. The Germans inaugurated the sterious closed room into ich for days nobody but mother was admitted. Except that their early Christmas trees were decorated with paper roses, apples, sweet- meats and wafers instead of elaborately colored electric light bulbs, and the presents laid out on a nearby table \Vere simpler. TEXAS LEADS IN SHEEP With an increase of 89 per cent in sheep population from 1923 to 1930, Texas had ap- proximately 55,550,000 head, or 11 per cent of the sheep in thp United States. More than 95 per cent of the sheep in Texas are Ram- bouillet and Delaine. Nine- tenths of the sheep produc- tion is found in the Edwards Plateau region of the State. More than 70,000 sheep were marketed from Texas farms...

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

■ iini WHIN IT RAINS • IT POUlf FIRST TEXAS BOOK IN ENGLISH TO BE ISSUED IN REPRINT The West South Book Club, the founding of which was re- cently announced, has given out the information that its first book to appear will be the first book ever written about Texas in English. This book, originally titled, "Texas," is a series of letters written in December, 1831, by Mary Austin Holley, a kins- woman of Stephen F. Austin, who was visiting in Austin's colony and became so inter- ested in the possibilities of Texas that she wrote this series of letters to let people in the United States know ex- actly what prospects the un- known land in the Southwest held out to homeseekers. Mrs. Holley's book was pop- ular in her day and is written with such vividness and en- thusiasm that it played a his- toric part in bringing some of the best early settlers to the new country, but in the 100 years the book has nearly dropped from print, and the few copies that remain are al- most fabulous in pric...

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

<)> «, • •1 ...... . v....... ,♦ ........ - ■ ■ m I'm'. V.W? '••• ' fel M0' #;• • f j' r . §.« I... •11 1 rn fll fli tv Mk ' +kMm* i: Three per cent of iaeMne ihoald be «ct aside (or newspaper advertising ewry year. Try It In The News sad watch your business grew by Imp* and bound*. kAtfMP fjg'AMfiplBf * «*y > word will Mil MM htn abaat Um place or Miff j thing yoa need at • hrpli &r * 1 . In The News it only t Mate a Mi> { -f . S'SMi *F VOLUME 4S CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COINTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1931. NUMMK |f A Wonderful Christmas is Anticipated 1931 Tills year the great purpose of Christmas is being fulfilled A Christmas Program By Claude P-T.A. A beautiful Christmas program was enjoyed by the Claude parent- In times ol stress, of uneasiness teacher's Association in their De- about the future, the spirit of cembci. mecting h,,ld Tuesday af- ternoon in the High School Au- ditorium. Sweet Christmas An- Christmas awakens the soul. Christmas refreshes and renews, and t...

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

ran FRIDAY J County, JUT.. I Km County, j*r— Afrtiw RomlMi PRE39 ASSOCIATION § -4 afi. A merry Christmas and pros porous New Year to each and everyone of our much beloved sub- scribers, both male and female. 1:0: Some cool weather this week, which reminds us that Christmas is Just around the corner. Do your Christmas shopping this week. :0: Judge Calliham of Panhandle was in Claude Monday in the in- terest of paving Highway No. 5 through Armstrong county. There has been quite a bit said relative to paving the highway through Armstrong county the past few weeks. The rain and snow that falls from time to time makes some people wish that this high- way was paved. :0: The McLean News says: "If the radio was actuated by the same motives as the home town news- papers. it could spread enlightment, Information, culture and good en- tertainment, but listening to any one of a dozen programs would in- dicate most anything else. If radio does not change, it will be like the movies, lost to most...

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

aiHHHI •fWI 1 "r" 11" wmm ir too WANT RESULTS ADVBR< TM Df TKIOLAUDIHEWS. LOST—One new turkey coop, one M #-17 eating and tube. Finder re- turn- to Newt office and receive reward. x-t-p > Coke t* cheaper In the long run, Ooke hae only one per cent aahea, Burn coke and save money, lee R. C. BALLARD, Claude, Texas 18-c ROYAL TYPIWRITKR, 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 Fort Worth Star Telegram togather, you will SAVE ONE DOLLAR. Or one dollar less for both papers togather for one year. CLAUDE NEWS. CLAUDE, TEXAS. POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing la not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-C Life Insurance at Cost Why Pay More? AMARILLO M. B. A. Policies Pay four ways; Pay Promptly; Pay In Pull; but Cost LessI U2E. 5th, St. Phone 22911 DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST 817 F...

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

SHOES at Low Prices 151 1^1 kN iimfc m Cow-hide Shoes in the Army last food heavy wear. Plyable comfort- and economical. Long tongue, feather heel only $2.95. Nice Dress Oxfords, Only $2.95 Stueep-skin Coats $3.95 Lace-Boots $3.25 and Up AIl-Wool Army Blankets, weight 5 lbs., Only $2.95 Extra Nice Dress Shirts For Holiday, Only $1.00 All kinds of men and boys work clothes, cheaper than you will find elsewhere. ARMY-NAVY STORE 208 East 4th St., AMARILLO : 'fp §$ t mm MARY ROBERTS RINEHART / MABV ROBERTS MHEHART COPYRIGHT /9fI 9©tXSSSXStXXSl>X3 >X3«.V*>**V*\*WW\\\\\ W\\\\\\\N\ WW V BEST METAL WEATHER STRIPS Why go through the winter with the wind howling through your windows and doors when you can, at a very small cost, have them stripped with the best Metal Weather strips? This also eliminates sand, wind and rattle. An estimate gladly fur- nished. DROP US A LINE OR CALL 2-23G7 All Work Guaranteed to Please SAM P. WEEDIN 1211-B West 19th Ave. Amarillo. Texas *fc*M«SS3 S*XSSSS...

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

NEWS It Mt MM* ittry year Mt M ia At Niot and nteb row grew by Inn ud bounds. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FIDAY DEC. 25. 1931. VOLUME 41 Joy To The World Christ Has Come News Items From The News 12 Years Ago By Albert T. Heid "You 11 Like This, I Belcha" SMILE SALT Mrs. J. W. Reynolds and children of Texhoma spent last week with her brother, W. J. Holtzctaw. m & J. M. Warren, realty dealer of Clarendon, was in Clfcude Monday afternoon on business. rj i house * • :60-T0-lT:HR SENSED ' sugar p flour j | Joe Edwards, grain dealer of Ft. Worth, was In Claude Sunday. Mrs. H. T. Gregory returned Sun- day from a two weeks' visit with relatives at Vernon. afc\/W* \W> OLD CONFIOENC il BAKIN6 PO WD# Want Advertising at word will sell have a boot the ykw or thing yon need at a In The News at only S James Logue went to Dallas last week In the Interest of his grain business and lncldently visited his old friend, Price Butler, at Forney, Texas. E. C. Cayton and Mrs. Mae Shaver were bus...

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