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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 February 1932

KSa to notify you thai we will dit- ob and after March 1, 1932 rfraa delivery, on acco«int of Ike de- in business. There will be a small i charge for all delivery within the city limits to cover the cost of such delivery. CAV1NS LUMBER COMPANY roooeeseMOOoooroioooeomioooes6i6«6ii«iooMioe*iee NNI DVM N3HJL S3NVW «DVM„ ^01 WD ~ =*01 31A1S N V 31X 3 W ADKISSON Hatchery 413 West 4th Avenue Am&rillo, Texas Phone - 5170 BABY CHICKS Hatches off each Monday and Thursday y Utility and A. P. A. Certified, Blood- tested Grades CUSTOM HATCHING Brine your eggs In on Saturday and Tuesdays. We are prepared to jive the Very Best of Service, and Guarantee Satisfaction. TRAYS HOLD 156 AVERAGE EGGS. ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES HERE'S YOUR LANDRESS Pay her about 3 cents an hour. aai Otfe KATtlARINf Tenth Instilment Fretfc from • French coortnt, Joetba Harlowe returns ts New York to ker Mcuuy- I mother, a relitious, ambitious woman, girl is hurried into an engagement with wealthy Felix Kent. Her f...

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

• * ¥ CLAUDE NEWS km ibrat tkc |Iin or triagjm yom ami at a TIm Km at only I trr a VOLUME U CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAR. 4, 1932. NUMBER ML Claude High Letters 17 Mustangs from the Gridiron Our Mustangs Are Galloping On To Victory Wednesday, Feb. 24, seventeen sterling, red blood Mustangs re- ceived letters for their year of hard training in the Mustang corral. Though the Mustangs were de- feated in some of their games, they fought and fought clean and hard all the season. Coach M. N. Carter with the help of the pep squad, presented each boy his letter. Fourteen re- ceived sweaters and three letters. Our Mustang letter men are: Cieon Byrd, Mustang Captain and tackle. He is the oldest man on the team and is a real fighter and a hard hitter. Russell Blanton, Co-Captain and half. Russell was a real red blood Mustang. He was a real punter and hard scrapper. Roy Lewter, quarter. He knows his onions on the "Grid", A shifty little fellow that quarter back. Melvln Wincomplec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 March 1932

ft. >til88fli6S&6fl88' ANNOUNCEMENTS 11m Claude News is authorized tn announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK HALMOND K. STANFIELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. G. (BILL) ALDRIDGE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT m Claud*, wM aa h* _ tut Sunday morning: "Th? fruits of the Spirit". Text: "Oala 5*31; ar. Pastor Russell is one who has a voice that pe&tratea every part of the large auditorium which the Baptist church of Claude has. When Pastor Russell apeaka, you never hear any- one saying, "Speak Louder, please." He makes everyone hear and don't you doubt it. :0 When you see that the mer- chants, the real estate men, the small business concern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 March 1932

m HHPiH mm 10 the Mm* that juct n m Charley Daw* came and started cussing us out, would begin to pick up a ; - WANT ADS .A RATES: Two cents a word for Vint Week; Five Cents a word if tun inree Weekh Minimum char- ges 3S cents a week. SUDAN SEED, recleaned and sack- ed. NELSON GRAIN COMPANY. ROOM AND BOARD Or light house keeping rooms. See G. T. Wllmoth. 1-t-c FOR SALE—Bundle feed, see George Branson. 27-p POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that ■U 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 $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. SUDAN SEED, recleaned and sack- ed. NELSON GRAIN COMPANY MEN WANTED to conduct wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 March 1932

m 10US COMEDY Under Auspicies Claude AMERICAN LEGION • 3 act play 10 Characters SNAPPY INTERMISSIONS Friday Night, March 4th School House Auditorium, 8:00 P. ADMISSION 15c and 25c NtWLIN , T. p. ~ V UWHr ■■'.v? ***— a ■* m a M. NNI 9 VM BHHi warn «m, m TO - a0l salBU,«i l°H 31A1S NVDIX3W ADKISSON | / Hatchery 413 West 4th Avenue Amarillo, Texas Phone BABY CHICKS , Hatches off each Monday and Thursday $ Utility and A. P. A. Certified, Blood- | tested Grades i CUSTOM HATCHING Bring your eggs 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 5170 * E Every thins You nee^ ^Jncludina fow p/rici In selecting a washer keep carefully in mind what yourwasher should do for you. It must be sturdy and strong, to last many years. It must be ample in size to do large washings quickly. It must be modern in every re- spect. Now, check this Haag 65 against these points. From caster to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

wrfrm? per cm! •( aheaM to t>i hIIi ererjr year. Try it in The Nam and watch your Maaw pi* by bap* and brands. CLAUDE NEWS ward will aril —methtny far eaah jmm hare a boat the place or brine yea aaaaa thine yra need at a bargain. Try It In The Newt at only 2 cents a ward. VOLUME «S CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY MAR. 11, 1932. NUMBER <7. V Armstrong Co. Boys Lead at Fat Stock Show Last Wk. Armstrong Co. Well Represent- ed-Stock Show Armstrong county furnished nine calves for the Baby Beef show in Amarillo. Dardanella Whatley of this county placed 9th in a class of 42 senior calves. The other calves placed on down the line. Some will say or criticize that they should have won top money, but how many of our ranchmen here in the country have ever topped the market at Fort Worth, Kansas City or any other livestock market? It isn't an easy thing to do. Our boys and girls are not dis- couraged, in fact of the nine calves shown at the Amarillo show they all received an averag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

for the ii^!,.<r.^rj&SSS I'-'.-': ''- - Wbv. ANNOUNCEMENTS Hie Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, For Congressman- At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARWICK HALMOND K. STANFIELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect. For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. G. (BILL) ALDRIDOE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM F. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For County and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: J. M. HOWE For Commissioner Precinct No. j. c. Mcdowell. 2: For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGGINS For Commissioner Precinct No. W. P. BENNETT C. M. BRYANT Another Miracle has just been performed, and that is The Pan handle Herald has issued a SIX...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

COFFEE TVS' S«c FLOUR Mc With the cash Purchases of $2.00 in other Merchandise 10 Pounds PURE CANE SUGAR PEAS No. 2 can 1#c CORN, No. 2 can l#c CORNED 12 Oz. Can RED PITTED No. 2 can DEL MONTE 12c No. 1 Tall Can CDC 17 Dont *or(fet' We *ive away a box of Groceries each Saturday. Come in CDCC r|\Cihi and register With a Purchase of 25c or more. Vou May be Lucky. lllLL COMPOUND SWIFT'S JEWELL, 8 pound pail El FOOD VAN CAMPS, Per can CHILE CATSUP SALAD DRESSING -i H/, 8 Oz. Bottle llv HEINZ Large Bottle ft rf AMBER, Packed by AAa I OjTPP Tolgers. per pound AW C ll GARY'S free Running Op 2 poynd package .... Ov 10 pounds No. 2 can TOMATOES NO. 2 CANS 3 FOR Carrots Per Bunch Per Pound PHONE - FREE DELIVERY - 162 Hess Cash Grocery wm ; #^1|1 Local and Personal L. R. Shores of Ooodnlgtit came up Saturday on bualneaa bent. Ralph Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs Rate Jones, was carried to a san- itarium at Amarillo last week for examination and treatment. Student Prince Coming to Amarillo Robert Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

h * | !■ ' t lie - Clufi 10c FAG" MAKES THEM NNI 9YM ?' :t ADKISSON Hatchery 413 West 4th Avenue Amarillo, Texas Phone - 5170 BABY CHICKS \ Hatches off each Monday and Thursday Utility and A. P. A. Certified, Blood- tested Grades CUSTOM HATCHING Bring your eggs 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 wART! Declared against high priced FOOD CROWl. KATttARINt Nt^VLIN BURT Everything you need ^jAtciudinq ww pua, In selecting a washer keep carefully in mind whatyourwasher should do for you. It must be sturdy and strong,to last many years. It must be ample in size to do large washings quickly. It must be modern in every re- spect. Now, check this Haag 65 against these points. From caster to wringer-top it is un- surpassed in strength, beauty, safety, and con- venience—a marvelous value at the pricel HAA OTHER MODELS BOTH IN GAS ENGINE AND WITH ELECTRIC MOTOR. A MA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

, ' i£i - ' ■ . ffv 1 $TV.- • ' ?C"v- '' Mtsmrb^' ■ ' 4 ■ MAGAZINE SECTION WANT AOS at aaly k i «n< «0 ■all aaaathiag far eaah ;m km ibut the pirn or briar jom MMtkiiii 7W nted at a bargain. Try it. ia Tka Claude Newa at anly 2e par v«i tkaaMaa aat aallafar aawapapar rftartW** «rary )waiir.-;'Tr)r Itaa* yonr bastacaa wUl iaeriiata by laapa and karada. VOLUME 43. anrry^-p CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1932. NUMBER 27 1 MUST'PWONE HILDEGARD —* 1 WANT ; UER TO MEET HIHO •— THEY'D. GET ALONG GREAT TOGETHER TV^E TWO OP THEM ;TtA .HONESTLY, "THEY'RE w V <JliST ALIKE HittH&i Blondie Rrgiiteted U 5 P*tcp< O.'ncc WELL, HE'S MOT HANDSOME IN A MOVIE ACTORV3U WAV, BUT, MY DEAR, HE HAS WORLDS OP PER90MAUTY-- YOU'LL LOVE HIM WELL,\P YOU MEAN WHO, HE5> OVER HERE UOW--A<5> A MATTER OF FACT, HE OUST PROPOSED TO ME - WA\T,BLOMD\E,ME WANTS TO TALK TO VOL) NMELL.X DON'T BLAME -SHE© BEENl emjnig so many ,^TIME9 WW A BLONDIE, THIS HILDEGAFO SAYS COME EMSAGEDTO X...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

i . • . - %X% BICHAKD80N WrrlM tm to tk* taa Q*r MM Ok) lEABS ago, when I wu a young girl, an old Spaniard by the name of Enrique Esparza told me the I story of hit experience in the siege and fall of the Alamo at San An- tonio, Texas. At that time he was only twelve years old. His story was so vivid and sincere that I have never for- gotten it. Esparza was a man of un- impeachable integrity and a devout Christian. This lad of twelve years was playing with other boys on what is now known as Main Plaza of San Antonio. The air was cool and sweet with the scent of blooming mesquite and other wild flow- ers, which grew profusely along the banks of the San Antonio river, for ?)ring comes early to South Texas, he shouts and laughter of the boys were mingled with chiming bells in the San Fernando Cathedral tower. But there were knots of people at the street corners, with tense, anxious faces, talking excitedly. "Santa Anna's coming! Santa Anna's coming!" they exclaimed. Little Enrique Espa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

R R E N T comment bzij:.l™«I Plant a Tree fTS time now to plant trees, and he who plants a tree is a public benefactor. Trees are being slaughtered in our land at a ter- rible rate, and there is danger that a few years hence our land will be a tree- less plain. And oh, what a dire calam- ity that would be. No places for the birds to sing; no shade for the gentle kine; no soft, velvety leaves in the springtime to serve as patterns for the lacework traced by the sun on the ground or doorstep; no leaves of crim- tron and gold to tell of Autumn's advent and Winter's approach. Plant a tree and assist in the work of keeping our world beautiful, and in making it en- durable for man, beast and feathered tribe. Keep in mind the words of the soldier-poet Joyce Kilmer, "No poem is lovely as a tree." • • • Television Next Many of us poor but honest working- men can see our finish now. We had hoped that inventive genius would take a long rest and give us a chance to square up our bank accounts a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

m if Tj 5 I or Mi Li 1 da; eiU Sit wit g« yen % nui Sui I ten wi of cli DOS AT 1M Gray, who passed sway > near Scarry, Kaufman weeks since, had reached <dd age of 108 years. She was n county's oldest citizen, having resided in that county 94 years. MTf.K PLANT AT ATLANTA Milk receipts are now averaging •bout 6,000 pounds a day at the recent- ly established branch plant of the Texas Milk Products Company at Atlanta. The steady growth in milk receipts gives evidence that more and better cows have ■ been placed in Cass county. PLANS FOR TYLER'S POSTOFF1CE Within a few weeks plans will be com- pleted for Tyler's new postoffice build- ing. An appropriation of $360,000 has been made for this building, including the cost of a lot adjoining the present site. The appropriation for the build- ing alone is $310,000. JACKSONVILLE SHIPPED CARLOAD OF RADISHES The first carload of radishes to be shipped from Jacksonville went out Jan- uary 4. The radishes were grown by local farmers through ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

■ W- IP fANTLY r-y) 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 safe liquid and corn gets so loose you can lift it right off with your fin- gers, core and all. It's the quick- est way known to get rid of hard and soft corns and calluses. Get a bottle from your druggist and try FREEZONE FORT ELLIOTT TO BE MARKED The site of Fort Elliott, orica the safeguard of settlers agiimst raiding Indians, will lx; marked 30011 with a monu- ment. This information was given by F. P. Reid, a pioneer .is president of the mem- orial association. The monu- ment will be erected beside the oil field highway, which crossed part of the reserva- tion of the old fort, thirty- eight miles east of Pampa and two miles west of Mo- beetie. Lumber for the fort build- ings was fruighted from Dodge City, Kansas. All the building disappeared long ago, and only faint traces can be seen of the once active army post. Fort Elliott, which w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

fi'-r Mffl- %9i I © M LI da en St wl go yo m Su Si Of'; CllS j Dawson county poultry demonstration flock*. Jo* brown J. M. Peterson, a dairy herd demonstrator of Daw- son county, financed the growing of an 800-acre crop last year by milking fif- teen cows fed on home- grown fqed. They made a gross return of $1,550. With a total-of 260,000 lambs on feed in Texas on January 1, compared with 85,000 on the ,same date a year before, lamb-feeding in Texas showed an in- crease of approximately 300 per cent this year. Over $20,000 worth more food in the pantries of 135 families in Montague coun- ty, more appropriate cloth- ing at less cost in 103 fami- lies, and 53 farm home liv- ing rooms made over, are the features of home dem- onstration work in that county in the year 1931. . . Newton county or- chard demonstrators pro- duced 70 per cent more No. 1 fruit trees thkn from un- sprayed trees, and received 50 cents mote per bushel for their fruit, .the county agent reports. Many Fisher count...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 March 1932

1MNIIT "il TIM CLSARINQ HOUSE, D«pt Hi *.« Ma. krM Im JLntatai. 4 PAPER MAKING MAY BE- COME IMPORTANT IN- DUSTRY IN TEXAS The discovery by labora- tories in Wisconsin that news- print paper and the higher grades of white paper can be made from Southern pine may mean much to Texas, as well as to other Southern States. The various kinds of wrap- ping paper, containers and paper board have been manu- factured in the South for many years, but the country hav^Jooked to the Northern States and Canada for the better grades of paper and for the cheaper white paper on wlifch the newspapers of the country are printed. But the Northern and Canadian sup- plies of pulpwood are becom- ing scarce and consequently higher in price, and the dis- covery that these papers can be produced from Southern pine will no doubt add largely to the manufacturing volume of the South. East Texas will be one of the Southern sections profit- ing largely from paper-mak- ing. At present there are about 8,000,000 acres...

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

;« , • ms flpj Iv.V':. I j I W[ =S I o w L di et Si w trc y« ni Si; te' wi of cu "i ni ss A FACT every ^ ex«« KNOWS Kfc; .v / ;or ANDKKOI lfour Sfcm needs only 4 things to be lovely CLEANSING... lubricating... stimulating... protecting... just these four things keep your skin young and beautiful. Follow the Pond's way faithfully: !• Cleanse thoroughly with Pond's Cold Cream, several times daily, al- ways after exposure. Remove with Pond's Softer Cleansing Tissues. 3. Pat briskly with Pond'* Skin Freshener to tone and stimulate, close and refine the pores. 3. Apply Pond's Vanishing Cream for powder base and protection from sun and wind. 4. Always after bedtime cleansing, leave on fresh Cold Cream overnight to soften and lubricate the skin. Copyrif bt. 1932, Pond*. Extract Company Tncrnlh IODIZED OR PLAIN is all I have to par to use the very best salt made! It never clogs saltcellars in damp weather... and it protects my children from goiter. Ttilce a tip from me and imUt ou getting t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 March 1932

m sis par mm w be art •awMUni ewry year Try It tar The New* and watch row grew by leaps and r**sm NEWS m VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY MAR. 18, 1932. DM ward wUi aell inwrthtf fer eaata yea have a boat the place er hrtf y —sm thine yea need at a bargain. Try H in The News at only t eenta a ward. NUMBER m. I $400 or Less May Be Borrowed By Our Co. Farmers Machinery Now Set Up For Loans Arrangements for handling the United States Government Loans for crop production in this area are rapidly being completed by C. L. Geesey, Field Representative of loans for Armstrong, Donley, Car- eon, Gray, Wheeler and Hemp- hill counties and who will have headquarters at Pampa. Texas, in care of the Pampa Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Jack D. Hudson, County Agent is cooperating with Mr. Geesey in this work. All applications for loans must first go to your local County Com- mittee of B. C. Wooldridge. Banker, Luke Bagwell, Merchant and F. N. Bishop all of Claude. After this committee pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 March 1932

I I MpAAwi [ AMERICAN ' ■■ ' "« AwyiA-rmM ANNOUNCEMENTS it* The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 23rd, For Congressman-At-Large: PHEBE K. WARNER For Representative 123 District: CLYDE W. WARvVIUtC HALMOND K. STANFIELD For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. G. (BILL) ALDRIDGE ALVIS R. RUDE W. H. JAMES TOM P. BRUNSON SAM H. SMITH E. P. BERRY JOWELL W. PUCKETT For County and District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For Tax Assessor: MRS. JEWELL BAGWELL For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY For Commissioner Precinct J. M. HOWE No. 1: For Commissioner Precinct j. c. Mcdowell. 2 O to For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGGINS mm atov*. part fljj In the linotype—the lino- type pot taking lew |U than any other one thine—yet last month's gaa bill was more than TWICE WHAT we paid f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 March 1932

rANT ADS Something different in the way of continued story, begins in thU week's Claude News, on the last page—"Man Made the Town". Read first installment on last page. LOST—Open and Shut engate to a Chevrolet truck. Return to The News office and receive reward. Or Call 97—R. L. Hawkins. 1-t-c RATES: Two cents a word for First Week; Five Cents a word if run Three Weeks Minimum char- ges 25 cents a week. SAVE YOUR MONEY Gasoline Tax 5"jc 4c Total Dock Delivery 9!ic This gas Ls High Quality, High Test, Refined Gasoline. Starts easy, burns clean, and does not dilute the oil in your crank case. We furnish 100-pound steel drums. The above is not our best 400 end point dry gasoline. But we do believe it to be a more highly refined product than most gas- oline sold on the market at similar prices. R. C. BALLARD, Agent— THE TEXAS COMPANY MEN WANTED to conduct world renown Rawleigh Home Service business in north and south Col- lingsworth county, Cities of Canyon Tulia and Pampu. Reliable hus...

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