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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

News Office at Claude Mall MUM ■V1KT FRIDAY County, year—JIM the County, year JMO -!•— Iwlp AJimiwi RUT—iMtw WSgwCAN PMM AMOQATyN ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can mtac of ft few dollar* Uteoe HARD TOO& Whan the Main man paid Jawtair* I" blU and issued a check for exactly VtoBKTY DOL- LARS and 8EVINTY-8IX CENTS, he knew he uved nothing, $3078 la quite an Item, when you have several docen like It to pay off. Qrocerles are down, Drygoods are down. Country produce is DOWN, why not Oas come down TOO? :0: Another one of Authur Brisbane's Lies: "Japan Is only doing in Manchuria what the United States did when it took Texas from Mexico." The United States did not take Texas from Mexico or anybody else. Texas was an independent Republic for ten years before its annexation to the United States. It came into the American Union of its own free will. And the statement by Mr. Brisbane Is not only untrue in every par ticular, but it is an insult to the ...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

Supplement to The Claude News, Claude, Texas, Feb. 12, 1932 Local and Personal Misses Myrtle and Ruby Horn >**\XX%V*N\\*VVV\Vi \X*\\V*%\VVN\\V\\\%\\VVVNXV\VV sisters of Mrs. Bill Rutherford, * . : (« t/ «n Cun 'A ! ink list this week. Mildred Brady was out of school a part of this week. , . .. were visiting friends in town Sun- 4 Mrs Blue Hillingshead is on the day f, Miss Nettie Cook of the W. T.- S. T. C. Canyon, was a past week end visitor in tne home of £ Sherwood Mclntire has lost some hPr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve 5 time from school on account of Baker. 5 '.hooping cough. Mrs. J. K. Hunt, who has been < Mrs. Spillman. who has been quit^? sick during the past week. J ill for some time was able U> js a|5]e t0 be up again and to J be out in town Monday. do her usua] household duties with 5 The Chickenpox epidemic is dv- the help of her girls. fi ing and whooping cough is tak- A number of the Baptist mem- / ing its place in the children over bers took a Bible Course las...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

Country produce i come down . wm, ldOktM in this me lasra repre 1 —" t tt*- —'—"" j1 New F* uTm dtsr. Bat • ll 'i . ■ mmm$i ■

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

arc WANT ADS POmCT-O-LTR, tte Ortatest Auto Light of the ifta 8m ftobl- MB Iha.Motor Co., Claud* and 0K a free test. 33-c fO* HINT—Modern furnished rooma. Call or see S. B. Stew- art. 33-c will five entire satis- faction and lower fuel bills for Uia winter. See R. C. Ballard, Maude, Texas. 25-c POSTED NOTICE This la to notify the public that all of tl J. A. Pasture* an posted, and bunting, trapping or fishing to not permitted and all trespassers WUMW prosecuted. CLINTON VNKY, Asst. Mgr. .' 12-tf-c SPECIALS for Friday and Saturday ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY t35. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter SAVE MONEY by using Coke Instead of any other forms of heating. Lasts longer and COSTS LESS. 'See R. C. Ballard, Claude, Texas. 25-c PERFECT-O-LITE, the Greatest Auto Light of the ages. See Robi- son Bros. Motor Co., Claude and get a free test. 23-c The Claude News carries those pannel calling cards for the ladles of distinction. We will print as small a number as 25 c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

mm - KATtlARINf NtWLIN BUST true ttore bat always Endeavored to bring Nationally products to the people of Claude. We shall strive to this same service. We have added much to the al- large stock and here you will always And your needs III drugs and sundries, also a complete line of toiletries, all Matwi.iiv advertised lines. We will appreciate the continuance Of the patronage of all former customers and solicit and en- deavor to merit the good will of all new ones. It is a pleasure to ua to please you and every purchase must be satisfactory. Come in and visit with us. We want to meet you. You will always find a welcome If you make a purchase or if not. Cheek Drag Store (The Nyal Store) 'Service with a smile' 3W^xx*s%xsssxx xxx%x*att^xxxxxs*xvxxx%x%*xv*%xvfc We Offer You High CASH Prices | for your poultry, eggs and cream | We Make Mistakes—But We | Gladly Correct Them Service - Fairness - Cleanliness Claude Produce! Located next door Magnolia Service J Station in Claude £ Phone 24 $...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

4? MAGAZINE SECTION ■Mr. Bnai—aa Man: Hire# per eeat •f jroir groM ■ liituBWi" ehonhl be Mt Mid* for newapsper adreitieliig ewy year. Try it'■•4 your bnninei* will increase by leap* and-bounds. VOLUME 43. CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at only le a word wfll sell something' for caah yon kan about the place or briar yon something yon need at .a bargain. Try it in The Claude News at only 2c per word. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1932. NUMBER 23. t Blondit you mean to say hi wo was actually \<>cv<ed out of- college: ? ' •you wamt me. to th\s art\cle about hi hq hemm\p\m arrwing 5ack home today om the. front page of my paper. eh ? gee, it s goikig to be good to have hlho back —i'll arrauge a reception uke they gave admiral b/rd when he returned from alaska,or wherever it was that ^ yes, mother, but, goodness me, that's mo disgrace -- thimk of all the boys who didn't go to college at all ©-■ VJE'RE AVJPULW SORRY, BLONDE 8UT WEVU BE BOSVON TMESE SODAS ALL AFTERMOOM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

m i i of dM to Cot •1« S C L< ***** H Sofi Set feat P «< attr of 1 Clip it t new rate hont ■a tli H ' ' • . ' " ' i v ■ e Goal Japan w j"*P f ■ iv. or H erse I By GEORGE E. SOKOL8KY (C*prrifkte4—N w Tcrk Tlam) . HE Japanese invasion and occupa- tl tion of Manchuria and the objec- ted tives she is fighting for is clearly •*—* set forth in the following article, written by George Sokolsky, a long-time resident of the Far East: Since 1868 Japan has been moving in specific directions; she has been seek- ing: ..First, expansion, which has looked toward a continental base in Asia and a hegemony over East Asia. Second, what she calls a "place in the sun," namely, pre-eminence among Asiatic nations and political equality in the family of nations. Third, security with regard both to her existence as a national State and to the welfare of her people, who cannot thrive on a modern social and economic basis unless safety is guaranteed for the means of maintaining the supply of food and ra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

*CURRENT COMMENT ■it George Washington N the twenty-second of the pres- ent month we celebrate the an- niversary of the birth of George Washington, who, historians de- clare, was the "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen." The first we hear of George he was hacking his father's favorite cherry tree in the family garden, but he was one of those lucky kids who knew how to escape a licking by telling the truth. All boys who lived since George have been forced into the un- pleasant practice of escaping thrashings by downright lying. Washington is next' mentioned as a soldier. Possibly he might have been overlooked on this particular line by fame had he not fallen in with a lot of fool soldiers fresh from England who exhibited character- istic English bigotry and ignorance of new-world affairs. These Englishmen knew no more about fighting Indians than the average Englishman of today knows about the fine points of a Texas badger fight. The English soldie...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

MBawfe> re* -V R IE F TEXAS NEWS I WW < 1 foots < > i: I ssww Ci Fi c. •I Si S< A r« p* it of CI It nc r he * It aei TYLER PACKING PLANT IN- CREASES CAPACITY The Shaw-Smith Company, meat packing has for several years been op- erated at Tyler and has experienced a remarkable growth. This company has recently increased its capacity and now operates a complete meat-packing plant which has a capacity of 100 head of cat- tle a day. The plant is located on the Cotton Belt railway at a new suburban station named "Shaw-Smith." Adequate grounds have been provid- ed for further expansion. The com- pany distributes its products by the use of nine trucks in fifty counties of East Texas. ELLIS LED IN COTTON PRODUC- TION LAST YEAR Ellis county led the counties of Texas in cotton production last year. Ellis has several times been the banner coun- ty in the production of the fleecy staple, but lost the lead a few years ago on ac- count of short crops in that section. The final figure...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

llfSiP *UfNOW STOP PAIN QUICKEST WAY Jnt «m drop doss it—flea con Bit* til Just one little drop of FREEZONE on that aching corn will stop all pain instantly and for good. Then a few more drops of this safo liq- uid and corn gets so loose you can lift it right off with your fingers, core and all. It's the quickest way known to get Tid of hard and soft cornH and callouses. Get n bottle from your druggist and try it. FREEZONE SULPHUR FIELDS OF TEXAS The development of the ex- tensive sulphur fields in Tex- as during the past few years has been so rapid that the ^State is now producing about 00 per cent of the world's sup- ply of that product. The uses of sulphur are almost myriad, and in our own country has come to be used both for the manufacture of many pro- ducts and for medical pur- poses. One of the largest uses is for fertilizers, with in- secticides following this use in close order. In the manu- facture of paper and pulp, sul- phur has been used very ex- tensively. It is also u...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

TEXAS FARM NEWS j ( 1 * : 1 s. & M fe P* at of CI It iu ra h< rexaa storage stocks of ' frozen and case eggs on De- cember 1 were smaller than those a year before, while creamery butter in storage was less than a year before, but slightly more than on November 1, 1931. Floyd county farmers realized more profit this year from produce than from cotton and wheat at the current market prices. More than 5,000 head of turkeys were marketed in Floydada alone, for which I approximately $11,000 was! paid. One produce company j paid out over $100 per day j for labor during the dress- ing season. Second-growth cotton was reported in the Orange section Christmas day for the first time in the mem- ory of the oldest citizens of that section. The cotton was in full bloom and squares were being formed as they do in the spring- time. Many people of the Orange territory enjoyed the privilege of picking snap beans green from the vine Christmas week. Texas winter wheat acre-, age is estimated by...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

, ■+■■...;■.■ :■. mm w -#K ,W •: j* • '% >:v./\ BS&i %t '$•." C^-i' "5wr^0Jfr- ' ■}: " ' * '' ' "' ., - ;- .. ... i ■ ^ ', ^ _• ■ ■ . - f., . .UtariB % huge sums spent on HIGHWAYS From the time that the Texas Highway Department was, organized, on April 4, 1917, up to the time the last annual report wag made, $206,000,000 had been spent on the State's system of high- ways. This does not include the sum spent for main- tenance since 1924, which would bring the total to above a quarter of a billion dollars. Of the construction more than one-fourth was contributed by the federal government. The maintenance cost has been a charge on the State-raised revenue alone. The State's road system is shown to aggregate 19,398 miles, of which 610 miles lie within cities, leaving 18,787 miles to be maintained by the highway department. About 5,037 miles of the system consists of hard surfacing in one or another of the several types used. Concrete is the one most used. During the fiscal year f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 February 1932

wo j i JOB I wo JOtS sixth port in the United States from the standpoint of the total tonnage handled. Its growth during the last eleven years has exceeded the fond- est dreams of its most ardent protagonists, and is one of the miracles of the century. Ranking sixth among the ports of the nation in the total volume of the tonnage han- dled, Houston, however, en- joys the distinction of leading all competitors in the exporta- tion of cotton, cottonseed products, scrap iron and oth- er minor commodities, and al- so has high ranking in the handling of flour, «grain, oil and its kindred products. During the calendar year of 1930 Houston hanuled 4,504,- 465 tons of merchandise in the export trade, to rank third among the nation's ports in this type of business. It now ranks first among the Texas ports, both from the standpoint of tonnage han- dled, and the value of busi- ness moved through the port. Where less than a quarter of a century ago there only was to be found a narrow, winding, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 February 1932

Mr. Mmh Mm: 1km nr cant 4 year gr*e* Income shoald be act uMc for uemyapu idnrtbtaf every year. Try it In The New* and watch your hwtaMM grew by leap* and bounds. CLAUDE at eaty I m* • far eaafc ym er bttaf ywanw yaa need at t tiiirti Tly II In The News at only X onto a MMk. VOLUME 43 CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEB. 1 . IKt. NUMBER M m::, ' '■W- How Can I In- crease My In- Come For 1932? Whose Job Is it to see that I make a living and a little pro- fit from my years work? The government has become Interested in my welfare In the past 12 months. They have come to the conclusion that it is a fact that when the farmer falls to profit all other Industries fair to pro- fit also. Our high officials seem to be willing to drain our Federal treasure to try and get business back to normal. It may be sym- pathy but presonally it looks like politic* to me. If I make a living in 1932 and if I make a small pfroflt on my years work I am the one who will have to bring it about. I will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 February 1932

W ' hiUmmi aaa the paper , whan * it. and MUNI * from 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can- dictates for the office, under which : their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, hie neighbors before thw gat time to read it.—Royalton ((Minn) Ban- :Ot- Several years back a certain bank in Texas went "Busted". The de- poaltera were given only half of their deposits, so we are told. Those who took half their deposits, have been asked to sign up papers sav- ing they are satisfied with the money they received. You see there Is some' chance of busted banks being revived on the streng- th of the Government giving out two bililon dollars, some of It to go towards frozen loans, and if these banks get this help they will get to keep the money these depositors left or half of what they left. Any man connected with a bank and try to do such a thing bean hit hard. This aiiaelaHan branded his last spaeeh aa To- For C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 February 1932

WANT ADS RHODE ISLAND RED Cockrells for am-tti Mai Right. 1-t-p TOR BALE—Bundle feed, sec George Btunson. 27-P will give entire satis- faction and lower fuel bills for tne winter. See R. C. Ballard, Claude, Texas. 25-c SPECIALS for Friday and Saturday FOR SALE—A John Deere Disc Two-Row planter, almost new. Will plant cotton, corn or any kind of seed. Will sell at a bargain. Phone or sec E. A. GOOCH, 2 miles north of Claude. 1-t-p FOSTBD NOTICE ThU la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY 135. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter SAVE MONEY Uy using Coke instead of any other forms of heating. Lasts longer and COSTS LESS. See R. C. Ballard, Claude, Texas. 2£>-c The Claude News carries those pannel calling cards for the ladles of distinction. We will print as small a number as 25 cards on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 February 1932

'HffheVi' t |iv« mwmy a. 32 piece to the holder of the lucky on Saturday* March 19th. One will be given with each dollars •old here. |P COME IN AND SEE US CLAUDE PRODUCE L«ocated Next Door Magnolia Service Station PHONE 24 - NNI OVM W3H1 S3NVW «DVM>, 501 TO - salBraBl i°H 31 IIS NVDIX3W i ADK1SS0N Hatchery \ 413 West 4th | Avenue Amarillo, Texas BABY Phone — CHICKS 5170 { Hatches off each Monday and Thursday Utility and A. P. A. Certified, Blood- tested Grades CUSTOM HATCHING Bring your egfi in on Saturday and Tuesdays. We are prepared to five the Very Best of Service, and Guarantee Satisfaction. TRAYS HOLD 156 AVERAGE EGGS. ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES IF YOU MUST ECONOMIZE Square Tubs Round Tubs Balloon Rolls on Ringer Porcelin Tubs Aluminum Tubs Be sure that you get full value for every dollar you spend in buying a washer. Look at its con- struction. It must be sturdy and strong to give years of long ser- vice. Look at its capaci- ty. It must be ample for your needs. Look at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 February 1932

wm ptf Mat §i r4 •Mi be act far newspaper advertising mrj year. Try It la The New* and watch tartawa grew by lea pa and •-V raws CLAUDE NEWS kue abort the place or bet tkiai rom need at a burg In The New* at only t casta a Try * VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FBIOAY, FEB. 26, 1932. NUMBER U. Masons And Eastern Stars Entertained The Masonic Lodge and Eastern Stars of Claude entertained Mon- day evening at the Masonic Hall with an interesting program and luncheon, honoring George Wash- ington's two hundredth anniversary. The hall was filled with local visitors along with out of town visitors, including Ex-Judge Earl Cayton and wife of Amarillo, Hon James O. Cade and wife of Ama- rillo and others. After the program was rendered, the crowd repaired to the Masonic dining hall where they were ser- ved with Cherry pie covered with whipped cream and coffee. Every- body present expressed themselves as being highly pleased with the entertainment and feed. Such meet- ings as this ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 February 1932

& "SSLgu '■£ m net .iue to u iViViViViViViV.V.V.ViV Farmers Gram & Imp. Company Sye Slatstrap's Newt M*r)one—Wfcer. Cltnee wzs mimed she «i .be < m!)-Vbti is it? Eaitfarme—Why tie pott rang on her finger aaad Gentlemen if you will )u« get the Lady cue o< those BiB Bearinr Cmi Separators. Mr. W. L. IkCIn a Buuu^ or* this iMt * your Ban* or *itaacifc: ■epmeb-. iE * *«="«« " ' -7^- *T *** gW|M .a AVK^fc* Ike toU^x, mo, «t then. «*«-* :a*7 «( «t 1 tf T«a«k fw wffi a* paad ieifler warns. Tbe '«■> ftuesitiun a. wtwfe jws *£ac j! ,"e !nm8wr -———_ ■ , „ * v/.,. .. ' wot tne barf-'i sum ajacmc. pnnajpai *e ^emosswc Burt, autjess v. ic* £brw-.u7 ObcM Mm* tfcen Air memos tre tews ar t±* The DemocmBcfgme yws suss: wire kp£ aaaae!*™*^ -^e-iert. Pto# i-.- r. . ,. •at.fi Mr Ztet'tasr. &ey ril tfc m«b -'^.f i °uaer** 11111 ** «* ? — 25 *".**■■ y ianaet t£it i.vr--;f * fltewdt £ .run. _ae pfctiest 0«mmk-m4«r ana 0'. -oat ?*w wlX see t fe- -a; dtsn*c *' ««««*«■ K. 'BAiiJfEi '.jSK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 February 1932

- : ■' - -i A WANT ADS RATES: Two cents a word for First Week; Five Cents a word If run Three Weekh Minimum char- ges 35 cents • week. FOR BALE—Bundle feed, see George Brunson. 27-p OVERSTUFFED LIVING ROOM 8UIT 3 Piece—Real Value for $30.00 116 W. 6th—Phone 5297 AMARILLO, TEXAS CITY USED FURNITURE CO. PORTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 13-tf-c ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter 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. CASH FOR YOUR POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM We are going 32-piece set of the holder of on Saturday, ticket will be dollar's worth In and see us. CLAUDE Located next Service Station. to give aw...

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