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

i w f.mfr. 'Mk Cow-hide Shoes in the Army last l£00d heavy wear. Plyable comfort- able and economical. Long tongue, father heel only $2.95. SNoe Dress Oxfords, Only $2.95 jStoaep-skin Coats $3.95 Lace-Boots $3.25 and Up £ All-Wool Army Blankets, weight 5 lbs., Only $2.95 Extra Nice Dress Shirts For Holiday, Only $1.00 f-' All kinds of men and boys work clothes, g cheaper than you will find elsewhere. ARMY-NAVY STORE 208 East 4th St., AMARiLLO t. JSjj" ■ ,-■$ V- MARY ROBERTS RINEHART CQPYBiGHT W S b*t MAQV &OB£BTS RtNEHART^ Wmfim • mm J 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 CAM 2-23G7 All Work Guaranteed to Please SAM P. WEEDIN 1211-B West 19th Ave. Amarillo. Texas jjjIjjjojjKStsogSfltSQgJtJSSSSSXSfSSOSJSSSSSWSSlSfXSSSWiXVSSS^iWtViV...

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

MMif 4MM 9* «MI * he Ml aside HKi'1 V'• !23i'.f'S"'JPPHiPilPW <nwmuii every year. *if M to Tki Mm and watch yaw Mmn (raw by laapa and bounds. NEWS #wb '• **«! Want Advertising ai aaty • word will Mil iwitfcto far a have about the place or I thine you need at a bargain, *ry M |<; In The Newa at only I VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, F1DAY DEC. 25, 1931. MIUB M - ii \yp Newt Items From The News 12 Years Ago Mra. J. W. Reynolds and children of Texhoma spent last week with her brother, W. J. Holtzctaw. J. M. Warren, realty dealer of Clarendon, waa In Clfcude Monday afternoon on business. 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 Vemon. 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 business visitors at Goodnight on Tuesday afternoon of thi...

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

«Mftt VMXDAT took \ ,v County, year.—W- f, year. HJO Another reason why we like to talk about the "Money Question", Is because we know the value 0( a dollar. Every man or woman In Texas, who Is personally ac- quainted with the News man, will verify this statement. That is a fact, It sure is. :0: The American National Life In- surance Company agreed to pay $7,500 to the three orphaned chil dren of A. D. Payne, former Amarillo attorney, who in the sum- mer of 1930 killed his wife by planting explosives in the family car and later took his own life while held on a charge of murder :0: HW "Pa" Hinkle, of Broadcasting Station KGRS read us an editorial from the Borger Herald the other morning. The Herald was fussing because the state Penitentiary of- ficials would not allow the Herald sent to inmates of the pen. "Pa Hinkle suggested that the officials probably thought the inmates of the Penn, received enough punish ment without having The Borger Herold sent to them :0:— Next year is presi...

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

WM i'iii vE"' ' ■■-'.'«■$ ' ■ - . mmw, mm mm± mmm fz-fii; , f WANT ADS iOME OOQD fresh com for Ml* Kelson Chevrolet Co. 18-c Coke is cheaper In the long run. Ooha hu only one per cent ashes. Bum coke and save money, see R. O. BALLARD, Claude, Texas 16-c ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY *3fi. Phone OT 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 E, TEXAS. D. L. Kight, Amarlllo realestate man, was a Claude visitor last This la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pasture* are posted. trapping or fishing and all trespassers CLINTON 12-tf-c nee at Cost More? M. B. A. Policies Pay ! Pay Promptly; Pay in t Cost Less! 5th, St. Phone 22911 R. W. M. CURL ENT1ST FISK MEDICAL ART AND OFESSIONAL BUILDING ILLO, — TEXAS Coke will give entire satisfaction d lower fuel bill for the winter, R. C. BALLARD. Claude, 16-c Low...

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

— 0I S3TVWV1XOH •l^s o «®W HOLIDAY GREETINGS We wish to tender our sincere thanks to our customers for 1931 patronage and solicit a continuation of same for 1932. . &. .i MERRY CHRISTMAS and Prosperous NEW YEAR Chas. Patterson * ..-1 MERRY CHR1TMAS Prosperous NEW YEAR To Our Friends and Patrons ' Visit us often in 1932. E. E. FINKLEA "The Jewelry Store of the Panhandle" Expert Watch Repairing Manufactures Jeweler 808 Polk Street Amarillo, Texas ssxstsc BEST METAL WEATHER STRIPS Why go through the winter with the wind howling through vour 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- ^ nlshed DROp US A LINE OR CALL 2-2367 S All Work Guaranteed to Please jj SAM P. WEEDIN \ g 1211-B West 19th Ave. Amarillo, Texas THERE IS NOTHING In the world that is as CHEAP, Wholesome or Health Giving as Good Pure Sweet Milk, and Pure Butter Milk and Butter. We delive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 January 1932

- • - -"<• 0 -to. : :«>«£ mm Naa: Ifcrw par aaat ef fe Hi MM* Tftr It k Tha Nm aad wo jrwr. CLAUDE NEW ? \;x BP \ , ■w3 ^.riiaFirvirL ■ r^w, Neva at safer * o| k The VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY JAN. 1, 1M2. ti' J '* ) t> Preservation of Goodnight Buffalo Ranch and Good Roads Will Draw Thousands of People to These Parts Improvement of Highway 5 Is Necessary To Place County in Position to Receive Benefits; Good Roads Will Be Profitable 1 A. Constructive spending of public money does not cause or create a tax burden. It does create em- ployment, the money channels of trade and benefits every citizen. It has never been the conten- tion of organized labor during times of private building or when business was that there should be a minimum amount of money spent for public construction. The reason for this is that it will keep or malntuin a balanced building pro- gram and there by the laboring man will find regular employment. When labor fails to earn a liveli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 January 1932

from that they m make their from the mm. tOrob the _ tax ptjfin of what w bm loaned other nation* by can- Itav) celling th*** debt*, ia of little in- §f: i any at aU. -:0:— ho* much you tewe you may be mo much w*tt you can impart to other*. -:0: In you the hope of the aubject discussed WUkfaM at the First church of Claude last anting. The pastor *eem- ^ at hi« beat \aA we found this gesture* were better than :Ot— la one New Year's reso- every man and woman over of age should mate thi* and that ia MOT VOTE FOR TOI8 YEAR. Looking over the panic the President given ua, it will be easy for you to make this resolution and not break it. ^ -< To make every weekly newspaper Just what it should be, every country editor should write at least iw or two columns of original editorials, or write just what he about any question that he becomes Interested in. Write about hi* town, his county, his state and the nation, or anything else which la of general Interest to his sub- to the money rambler...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 January 1932

m m- 11-0 wKKjg*<t Wg6&* P < OR RXNT—MO *** * r"m- ,our «nU* I"to* two MllM WMt Of Texas. Any one Interested R. J. Jones, M mUm south- of Claude. Rant terms, eaab Ik advance. ll-p FOR BALE—Oood used door. Me in top; alio good half 34x34 Inches to go at a BARGAIN. Phone VI. tf. KIR BALE—new perfection oil oook stove, at one-third off flrit Oost. Bee Bob Smothermon. 30-c POBTBD NOTICE TMe la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pactum an •nd hunting, trapping or la not premltted and all Vtll Ita proeecuted. CLINTON ■BURT, AMt. Mgr. 13-tf-o life Insurance at Cost Why Pay More? amarillo m. b. a. Policies Pay four ways; Pay Promptly; Pay In Full; but Cost Less! tl3B. 5th, Bt. Phone 33911 DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST a F18K MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING — TEXAS <& 1TOMACH lOUR STOMACH fUST a tasteless dose of Phillips' J Milk of Magnesia in water." Thai u aa alkali, effective yet harmless. II hu been the standard antacid foi 60 years. One spoonful will neutralize ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 January 1932

MUSttt* PRESS announcements Til* Claude News Is authorized ■ to announce the following can- [I dictates tor the office, under which (Mr names appear. Subject to ttM action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 33rd, IMS: For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL o tot about MOT fcttUnc antivo of the farmer and mb, that la a bona at another xior. Honestly we battm to a limit so Incomes. Hun seems to be m other way out. We are guessing Just at this Ime that all war debt* between tations will be canceled; especially he debts due the United States from other nations. Our reason for this prediction Is that other nations cannot pay the United States what they owe us. and at ,he same time pay capitalist In- lividuals of this country who have made loans to other nations. The Money Gamblers of this county, who are really running this gov- ernment, will ask that our Gov- ernment cancel all indebtedness due us from other countries, lr. wder that they can make their collections with interest fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 January 1932

WANT ADS t SOMK QOOD fmb com for nlc Neiscn Ohevrolet Co. 18-c ROYAL ryPKWHITER, In A1 Condition to mU at ONLY 135 Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter BoME Ou.—. fresh cows for sale Nelson Chevrolet Co. 18-c FOUR ROOM HOUSE—For rent, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 41. Mrs. Nan Mitchell. U-c FOR BALE OR RENT—MO acres Improved Farm, four miles south and two miles west of Claude, Texas. Any one Interested see R J. Jones, 12 miles south- west of Claude. Rent terms, cash in advance. 18-p FOR SALE—Good used door, with glass in top; also good half window 24x24 Inches to go at a BARGAIN. Phone 07. tf. FOR BALE—new perfection oil cook stove, at one-third off first cost. See Bob Smothcrmon. 20-c POSTED NOTICE Hits la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, •nd 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;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 January 1932

i ' 3^'' & NtWLIN Start the New Year off right BY ATTENDING SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH SUNDAY CLAUDE BAPTIST church jJSSSXSSSXXX r wishes METHODIST CHURCH B. W. Wilkins, Pastor. We Thank You KATtlARINf Second Instalment Fmh from a French convent. Jocelyn ■trlowe return! to New \ ork to her socially- Kct mother, a religiom, ambitious woman. Ti.e «irl is hurried into an engagement with fee wealthy Felix Kent. Her father, Nick K t-lal, surreptiously enters the Bir! s home on.- night. He tells her he used t'i call her Lynda Sandal. The girl is torn by her 4esire to see life in the raw and to become part of her mother's society. Her father •tudies her surroundings. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY "U-hum. I suppose so. Will you get his picture for me?" "Felix Kent's ?" ( "Sure thing. Your young mans She laughed. The whole experience began to be an astonishing adventure, This father had a way with him that opened a door in her heart. He was so casual, so hard, so vibrant. There had been nothing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

1 i n lar www dmMaMwy Try it la Tha Nm ib< «thk CLAUDE NEWS k w ikMrt the place «r thine 7 Ml need at a la The New* at only Z «•**! Ti* . TJh I//l l#> VOLUME 41 New* Items From The News 11 Years Ago STORK SPECIALS To Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Luttrell, Augest 24. a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tate, Aug- ust 26, a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Wash Btorm, August 31, a boy. B. H. Conner had a two-Inch rain at his (arm west of Claude Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Vineyard and children went to Lakevlew, Hall County, Saturday to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stine. Miss Maggie Russell, of Wash- burn, spent a part of last week visiting with Miss Llllie Mae Wat- son and attended the Chautauqua while here. Col. J. F. Baker returned to his home at Quanah, Texas on Thur- sday morning, after a two weeks visit with his daughter, Mrs. T. J. Page. Judge Bell of Gainesville, Texaa. came up Tuesday of this week and visited with his daughter, Mrs J. W. Galloway, for two or three days. Mrs. Jake Corb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

tbw would ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didate* for the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, IMS: For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For Sheriff W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDOE ALV18 R. RUDE For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL You can't take your wealth nor your climate with you when you die. Prohibition ought to be success- ful considering the advertising It has had. :0: We have been told that the Armstrong wheat fattened hogs, have attracted special attention of packing house centers. :0: Somewhat worse, we imagine, than a drunken driver would be a drunken driver listening to a drunken back-seat driver. :0: If our printer runs out of "b"s and "s"s it will be all right this time to put it "our roasted civ- ilization making New Year revo- lutions." :0: It Is generally recognized now- days that General Shermon was right in calling war what he did. That is just what oug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

m rr km 5 8J&: fmSI W T" 1 <. SOICX OOOD fresh cows for sale Kelson Chevrolet Co. U-c ROYAL TtHCWHI'lXK, In A1 Condition to wU at ONLY H6. Rione VI and buy a ml Typewriter SoME OOw>^ fresh cows for sale Nelson Chevrolet Co. 18-c FOR BALP OR RENT—540 acres Improved Farm, four miles south and two miles west of Claude, Texas. Any one Interested sec R. J. Jones, 12 miles south- west of Claude. Rent terms, cash In advance. 18-p FOR SALE—Good used door, with glass In top; also good half window 24x24 Inches to go at a BARGAIN. Phone 97. tf. FOR SALE—new perfection oil cook stove, at one-third off first cost. See Bob Smothermon. 20-c What a feeling It Is to hear you say "That's a good Hamburger".— WAG-INN (4-C) POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pasturqp 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

MKSS&; •Dallas ,' .m piW ■%£> 16c - OH He MAKES THEM^ WAG INN e Claude News M-tt and the Semi-Weekly Farm News Both 1 Year for Only $1.75 This offer applies to both old and new subscribers to THE CLAUDE NEWS Out of County Subscribers add 95 cents extra I Better Quality Than Ever ♦*•2 On All Phases of Dentistry Have That Dental Work DONE NOW while "QUALITY" is REAL- LV Reasonable. See Us This Week and allow us to show you how much you can save. — AT THE LOWEST PRICES POS- SIBLE M AYO DENTAL CUNI , AND LABORATORY Dr. Mr70 tad Associate* Phon* 1-1411 (Om Crtcr'i Dept. 8ton la Masai# Bl(l«, Corner 4th and PolkJ c UPSTAIRS IN MASSIE BILDG., CONOR 4TH AND POLK AMARILLO, TEXAS HilWWm(Mlinfifirififif]fifirifiriririfTinnrrrr-rr ~ BEST METAL WEATHER STRIPS Why go through the winter with the wind howling through your windows and doors when you can, at a vpry small cost, have them stripped with the best Metal Weather strips? This also eliminates sand, wind and rattle. An estimate gladly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

• - ' "t- . mn m MAGAZINE SECTION Mr. >wlii Mm 1km par cent of yaaf |nm income akmli bo Mt aside tar impiytr adTarttatar *"T 7Mr. Try It ill your basineas will increase by Imp* lid baanda. CLAUDE NEWS WANT AOS at ml? 2c a vm4 wffl •ell something for cash yea kin abovt the place or bring yon aomathtaf yen need at a bargain. Try it in The Claude News at only 2c par word. VOLUME 43. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1932. NUMBER 18. Blondie you say you're. CALUM6 from a little. farm house wav 60T N THE COON-TV? wHY. HlLDEGARO, FOR GOODNESS YES. AND "THEV HAVE mo FlRES AMD rr'S FREEZING - RUN OVER TO ELMER'S AND TELL HIM TO COME R\GHT OUT, After ml now , hola) could sheever get herselp in a predicament like that on the coldest n\ght THEY WERE eOMS COASTING AND THEy WERE POLLING HIUQEGARD ON "THE SLED BEHIND THE CAR - -'THE ROPE BROKE AND SHE WAS LOST BEFORE TUEY NOTICED \t ^veab?^L-^ % 1 but, gee i whlz, how can ' x go after her? .x'm gw1ns a l party here v "tonight...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

fXSC KMX a— i i< we m b : 3 «■ oh s 3w. •d-for IMC. W MM ! |N the early days, when red men roamed at will over the Panhandle of West Texas and claimed those j vast plains as their own home and hunting grounds, buffaloes also grazed the prairies in herds which numbered into thousands. Were it not for the ex- tinction of the buffalo, Indians might still rule this section of the country, but with the buffalo gone, Indians were un- able to live in their native fashion, as buffalo meat was their principal source of food. Originally, both Indians and pioneer sportsmen hunted buffaloes on horse- back. Later, when white men took up the business of buffalo hunting profes- sionally, it was found more profitable to use wagons and teams. A group of three or four men accompanied each wagon, with a number of good saddle ponies to be used in turn by the man who did the shooting. Buffalo men who owned their own "outfits" hired assistant hunters for about seventy-five dollars a month. Professiona...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

k & tSeM -:.. • , '?j URRENT COMMENT Starting Anew the greet tomb-builder, has erected a stone over the remains of Nineteen Hundred ^rnd Thirty- One and moves on his resistless way. Not one of us accomplished all he had hoped to do ere the sOn went down to rise no more on Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-one, but Time could not linger for the plans of men. The earth, in its ceaseless journeys around the sun, had completed its annual course, and so Time's stream rushed on, bearing us all >on its bosom toward Eternity's sea, while the world moved on to its far-off destiny. Happy are we if we make this New Year season a time for prospection, and not for retrospection—if we get away from the year where mistakes and failures and heart-aches lie buried and ghosts of neglected opportunities face us at every turn—to face bravely and lovingly the opportunities the New Year has brought. New Year wishes are still in order. I may have expressed mine in similar words before, but if so 1 repeat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

m j &%3C y* xs SOt! SOS w 1 80 prl is olc a ; N« of sm 701 i. •d for Kt _ __ _ ; _ __ '.-J" . ' '-i. _• • W. mi EFT EX AS NEWS , K: ORPHANAGE DEDICATED The $45,000 national orphanage of tiie Woodmen of the World recently constructed at Sherman was dedicated a few weeks ago by State and national officers of the order. ON BANKS WILL BASE LOANS LIVING AT HOME Declaring that one-crop programs have always proved disastrous, and that it is impossible to grow one crop, espe- cially cotton, and meet their obligations, more than twenty banks in the Pan- handle have adopted the policy of bas- ing farm loans in the future on wheth- er or not a farmer is carrying cut a pro- gram of living at home. POTASH COMPANY PLANS OPERATIONS The Texas Potash Corporation con- templates starting during the present year activities in the West Texas field, located about ten miles southeast of Odessa, in an area covering some eigh- teen square miles. The potential value of the tonnage in sight at present mar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 January 1932

► vrr-o-FRUiT PERMANENT RELIEF FO* CON8TIPATION At r*>' 'rifibli or send 85 casta for half pound package. Permanent relief, no matter how hard the case or money re- funded. A food, not a medicine. THE VIT-O-FRUIT CO. 112 East 12th Street Dallaa, Texas. TEXAS HAS MORE, BUT SMALLER FAMILIES Though Texas gained 365,-1 867 families during the de- cade 1920-30, the average size of families fell from 4.6 per- sons in 1920 to 4.2 persons in 1930. Texas and Oklahoma showed the greatest decrease in population per family, be- ing exceeded only by the Dis- trict of Columbia, in which the number per family fell from 4.5 persons to 3.9 per- sons per family in 1930. At the census date 1930 there were 1,383,413 families in Texas, compared with 1,- 017,413 families in 19"0. Eighteen and six-tenths of all .families in the State owned m radio sets, the number of family radio set owners being 257,680. Taking the Nation as a whole nearly 40 per cent, • of the families owned radio I sets. North and S...

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