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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 March 1932

10c — ChOi 10c fAG" MAKES THEM NNI OVM M "I I' 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 rive the Very Best of Service, and Guarantee Satisfaction. 7f TRAYS HOLD 156 AVERAGE EGGS. ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES Telephone 22239, Nights 206015 or 5426 PRICE LIST ON REQUEST Mother of 7—Still Young THE woman who gives Her organs the right stimulant need not worry about growing old. Her system doesn't stagnate; her face doesn't age. She has the health and "pep" that come from a lively liver and strong, active bowels. When you're sluggish and the system needs help, don't take a lot of "patent medicines." There's a famous doctor's prescription for active senna, and pure pepsin. Just ask for Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin. Take a little every day or so. until every organ in your body feels t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 March 1932

V J33B! i-i- i\U'&%&J, ?' ' ■ v/1: ' ' * v"* ^Y-J..; v ■',"" f." ••>". v. ■ "■ J . ./ - ; ■. ■• r -•■?-••' - . • • ■■ te'ivites n? i ;"*v vf^-.; . ' " Vrf# ■"■ * ' #$> •' • <"-• ... wis ; NEWS ■v,,. Was* MveH Mag at Mly 1 carta • wi wlB sell iinthlng tar each yes kMreabMtU ic place or bring yaaessM tklag r— m at a bargala. Iky It in The News at only 2 Mate a mi M VOLUME 43 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY MAR. 25, 1932. NUMBER M. \ Three Places Of Business Broken Into Saturday Saturday night of last week, be- tween 7 and 9 o'clock two or more safe crackers, broke Into three- places In Claude. The first place reported to have been broken into was The Farmers Fuel and Con- sumers Ass'n. At this place Walter McLaren, the Manager, says they missed nothing but a broken lock to get in. Mr. McLaren always leaves the safe labled on the front door with directions as to how to open. This Is done to keep thieves from destroying a good lock on the safe. McLaren's cash dra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 March 1932

ANNOUNCEMENTS • < *MNMn 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. 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 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 No. 1: J. M. HOWE For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: j. c. Mcdowell. Vttdntl .00 *61.00 For Commissioner Precinct No. 3: J. M. SCOGGINS For Commissioner Precinct No. 4 W. P. BENNETT C. M. BRYANT THURMAN HAVINS The news editor, having been confined to his residense the past three weeks, makes enroads into...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 March 1932

«v £ fr-gf BOtUW ^ ed. MBJKXf ORADf OOMPAKY UM Tmm Company keroaans (or (Mttar mults. PRICE AT DOCK DKLXVSRY SH oenU par gallon. TBI TEXAS COMPANY SPECIALS yOR RENT—5 room bouse, with etetrlc lights and bath. $10. a pintith payable in advance. See Val. or Ed. Laycock. 2 -c SAVE YOUR MONEY OMollae Ta* Stic .... 4c Total Dock Delivery 9He This gas la 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. Hie above Is not our best 400 end point dry gasoline. But we do believe it to be a more highly refined product than most g.is- oline sold on the market at similar prices. R. C. BALLARD, Agent— THE TEXAS COMPANY SUDAN SEED, recleaned and sick- ed. NELSON GRAIN COMPANY. POSTED NOTICE This 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 SUDAN SEED, recl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 March 1932

; I «* For The Biggest Cut Price Sale In History Saturday, March 26 i I x k. hp? i ;; V I,-,. ? 'ill * i EACH MAN Making A Purchase Of $1.00 or more AFTER 8 A. M. Will Receive An Old Fashion Buggy Whip FREE PERCULATORS Aluminum 70 cent values 39c MEN'S Cotton Gloves 9C Jersey Gloves llC Men's Shirts Dress Shirts $1.95 Values 98C $1.25 Values §6C Work Shirts $1.00 Values 39C Men's Flannel shirts $3.25 Values ... $2.49 MEN'S SOX Cotton Sox 7( Dress Sox ldC Work Sox loC Prices Cut To The Bone-No Kidding We Mean It 1 EVERYTHING FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Ladies and Misses House Dresses 39c The First Five Women Making A Purchase of $1.00 or more After One P. M. Satur- day, March 26, Will Receive A 50c Pair Of Hose FREE Ladies rayon silk bloomers 39c Ladies Rayon step in's 39c Ladies princess slips 49c Ladies bassiers 18c A pair of $1.00 Hose Given Free To Each of the First Five Women Entering The Store Saturday Morning After 8 o'clock. Every Family Will Fit That A MEN'S OVERALLS 39c Book...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 March 1932

i \ COOPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed. But if all the units of industry, business, religion, education, and society are harnessed together and set to work for the good of the community, the total result will be a revelation of the power of co-operation. Claude is climbing up toward the ideal or sliding back into the rut according as it possesses or lacks com- munity co-operation. You as an individual have power to accomplish almost anything you set out to accomplish. What a man wills to do, that he can do. Just so, your town, as a town, can accomplish anything it sets out to accomplish. Organized efforts in Claude will bring about practically any condition we set out to develop. To increase our business and general welfare, it is necessary first to reduce the amount of trade going to outside sources. Legally, anyone can spend his money where he prefers, but nevertheless there IS an obligation to spend it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 March 1932

THEM NN1 DVM ADK1SS0N Hatchery 413 West 4th Avenue Amarillo, Texas Phone - 5170 BABY CHICKS j Hatches off each Monday and Thursday Utility and A. P. A. Certified, Blood- tested Grades CUSTOM HATCHING Brine 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 /tilt* SecooilislafaMnt At twenty-tw* A* only thin* Diina mill faired wit another woman * liu ljand. A ncrvoua wrwic from the excitement and * ~ "If life, the ii take# kjr •train of Uuddn'a |«r ber aunt, Mrs. Gladwyi lat'a o«c*. The phyaici CUTFLOWERS - PLANTS - BULBS SEEDS SEND FOR OUR COMPLETE PRICE LIST AMARILLO GREENHOUSE 605 TAYLOR STREET TELEPHONE 22239 NIGHTS 20603 OR 5426 THE FOLLOWING MAY BE PLANTED NOW Gladiolus Bulbs per dozen , 25c Canna Bulbs per dozen 75c Dahlia Bulbs each 25c Delphinium Pits, each 20c We Prepay Cash Orders of S2.50 or More £ We prepay and give 10 per cent discount on cash orde...

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

■summ mN m NEWS — VOLUME U CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, APR. 1, 1*32 NUMBER tf *; Mustangs to Compete in County & Tri-County Meets Tri-County Track Meet To Be Here There will be a track and field meet at the Mustang correl back of the school building Saturday. April a, at 2:00 p. m. Carson, Don- ley and Armstrong counties will be represented in this meet by the cities of Panhandle, Borger, Groom. White Deer, Clarendon, Hedley. jj, Leila Lake, Goodnight, and Claude. This will be one of the biggest events held in Claude and will be witnessed by people from all the towns participating. Let's make Claude's crowd the largest present and cheer the Claude boys on to :• victory. There will be about twenty priz- es given away by the merchants of Claude to the winners of these ev- ents. The following merchants arc do- nating for prizes: Gtmter Drug, Charles Patterson, Claude Mercantile Co., Johnnie The Tailor, Pope Dry Goods Co., Im- perial Barber Shop, First State Bank, First ...

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

f, year.—ti-M jr. year. JMO . by wwafa an** Moo to atobUM ttoe farm indue* try by flxlnt'mlniiiiium prices on oottoa and wheat to be eoid In the domestic market. Under the McAdoo scheme the secretary of agriculture, with approval of the president, would have power to AgpOAHOH announcements 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. WARWICK. HALMOND K. STANFIELD , J N For County Judge: F. A. (Coon) HOOD FLOYD H. WILSON SYD P. MATHEWS, Re-elect For Sheriff And Tax Collector: W. O. (BILL) ALDRIDGE 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 impose a tax upon cotton and vheat imports. The amount of this tax would be added to the world pric...

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

t. ' - MH'M m #' s. T f , recleaned ud nek' ad. NELSON DRAW COMPANY. Um Texas Company kerosene for ' -PRICE AT DOCK KY 5# cents per gallon EXA8 THE TEJ COMPANY FOR RENT—5 room house, with electric lights and bath. $10. a - month payable in advance. See Val. or Ed. Laycoclc. M-c CI AL3 We «i (In a Me leaf ef knsi with each cask purchase of H* or PICKLES, isaii soar, sliced.'..... 17c SAVE YOUR MONEY Gasoline Tax 5'4c ... 4c Total Dock Delivery 9Kc This gas is 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. "Hie 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 POSTED 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 prosecut...

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

I ' J - <« EM WE ARE OFFERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF QUALITY USED CARS AT PUBLIC AUCTION Tuesday, April 5,1932, 2 P. M. Rain or shine—Sale will be held indoors. The chance of a life time to buy a good used car at your own price. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN! YOUR PRICE IS OUR PRICE! FREE! FREE! FREE! ONE GOOD USED CAR WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE TO THE PERSON HOLDING THE LUCKY NUMBER. REGIS- TER ON THE DAY OF THE SALE AND BE THERE WHEN THE DRAWING TAKES PLACE. NO TIC KETS TO MINORS. Our Used Cars Are All In Good Condition Our cars are all in good condition and will be truthly represented. Many have rebuilt motors, practically as good as new. WE WILL TRADE If you have a car to trade in see us be- fore the sale and we will make you a bid on it to apply on the car you buy. We will also trade for live stock Our Guarantee of Good Faith Each buyer of a used' car will have the privilege of returning it after 3 days, if in as good shape as when purchased and receive credit for the full purc...

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

A. V. • ; " i —. \ ■ •■ ^*r... ■ ' ' life''?" k j. \ \ COOPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed. But if all the units of industry, business, religion, education, and society are harnessed together and set to work for the good of the community, the total result will be a revelation of the power of co-operation. Claude is climbing up toward the ideal or sliding back into the rut according as it possesses or lacks com- munity co-operation. You as an individual have power to accomplish almost anything you set out to accomplish. What a man wills to do, that he can do. Just so, your town, as a town, can accomplish anything it sets out to accomplish. Organized efforts in Claude will bring about practically any condition we set out to develop. To increase our business and general welfare, it is necessary first to reduce the amount of trade going to outside sources. Legally, anyone can spend his money where he prefers, ...

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

10c — Chili 10c AV MAKES THEM WAG INN .AYPES 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 g to jive the Very Best, of Service, and Guarantee Satisfaction. £ TRAYS HOLD 156 AVERAGE EGGS. < ALL KINDS OF POULTRY SUPPLIES / CUTFLOWERS - PLANTS - BULBS SEEDS SEND FOR OUR COMPLETE PRICE LIST AMARILLO GREENHOUSE 605 TAYLOR STREET TELEPHONE 22239 NIGHTS 20603 OR 5426 Third instalment At twenty two tfce only ti me Diana really desired was another woman's husband. A nervous wreck from the excitement and •train of l^jndon's gay life, she is taken bv her aunt, Mrs. Gladwyn, to a famous special Ist's office. The physician orders her to the country for a long rest. She rebels, but the doctor is handsome and sympathetic, blic learns that he is not the great man himself but an assistant. Dr. Rath...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 April 1932

INE SECTION CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1932. Blondie Kcgiitcrcd U S. PatciX One AND THEV MADE NOU BUSLER WHILE THE. REGULAR OME. 10 \N, TYAE HOSPnAL WITH TDM<5\L\Tl<3? OH, H\HO—HO\sl MARVELOUS *uJL'r 111^.* TkrM Hr «Ml «f utt |IM Imm aboaU to Ml VOLUME 43. invasion MEM MILITARY ah, boy, that bugle 60QMDS ■=>weet- x'm SOlNG UP now TIME: WANT AOS M «iy la wlwrtlil l«tuk}Nl tfci flart m brUf jem 1 mm* a| 1 tarfik Try M it TV* Cl i< Nm st mly U m *ni j N'UMHEK 81. n0w,ju<5t a minute \mvule x blow "retreat" -- -mem x'll have the re<3t of the day « ;«# 'a./ J-J ' RETREAD "— tuat means the. soldiers are "thru for the day— x'm setting to k.niow alu the_ cauus / $ ' ( tve got a date tonv3ht, but xm uon1ma break \t an' / vou'll be a great 6ek1erau "somed ay™ remember, napoleom uet0 go out here awav from tub camp — ive g>ot some- THAT well,x'uu buow/ vol! ONiE. boguei caul but that's a\uu— vou kniow, x don't c3et manw chances, to be auome...

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

'J :-i-. V. ■KjT i; 1 H U t« Br to WBOC .. flwt direct from Germany to Texas, located on a grant of land and afterward founded the thriving town of Fredericksburg, in Gillespie county. This part of Texas was a wilderness in 1846, said Mrs. Burrer, covered with rank weeds and grass waist high. Freighters of the ox carts, that brought the colonists to Fredericksburg from the Gulf coast, having fulfilled their contracts, dumped the colonists and their possessions upon the ground and left them there. The Zammert family, with the other colonists, pitched camp under the open sky. It was springtime and rattlers had come out of their winter dens. One morning a rattlesnake crawled across the pallet upon which Katherina Zam- mert, then three years old, had been sleeping. She was about to grasp the snake, coiled ready to strike, when her father killed it with a stone. Mrs. Burrer's father, Daniel Zam- mert, having built a log house that was fairly rain-proof, went to San Antonio to work until ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 April 1932

C O M M F N T Bv 1 "■L0WRY JLwM if I jLJI JL W JL <Copjrri«ht, lMl. * tfc* Hotm CoUr Mat € ) Mta flprtag dainty little miss is here, and |ftuch a stage-setting for her ap- > pea ranee. The workmen who painted her flowers and scented f blossoms, and gave the emerald to her greeneries have done their well.. The skies have been scrub- and painted, and are glorious in |r amethystean glow by day and by lit. The stars have been repointed platinum, the sun has had a bath ^waters of gold, and the milky way been rolled in purest snow. The |tas is greening, leaves soft and tender ive lace-works of magic beauty in trees, und the feathered songsters Bet the coming morn with choruses pit fill the world with music and glad- all hearts with the cadence of song. Spring is earth's show time. It is en that Nature puts aside her sombre kbiliments and draws from her ward- bbe her fanciest patterns and her most orgeous colors. The deeper crimson smes upon the robin's breast and a lovelier iris com...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 April 1932

About 200 people Many poo- King tm Departmen K co-opera Agriculture, and 1930. ORANGE NEGRO lit YEARS OLD DEAD < 1 t I fc B t« WOW C c E E %X9d * < %%si \ Iw*. Ms Malina Broussard, who vu perhaps the oldest person in Texas, died at Orange a few weeks ago. Malina was a negro and claimed to be 116 years old. Her great age was well established by people who knew her and events which she witnessed. WONDERFUL FIRE RECORD Luther Tidwell, fire chief at Midland for twenty-four years, haB a wonderful record for attendance upon fires in his home town. Recently he missed his first fire in the long period of twenty-four years. He has served this long period without remuneration, donating his service to his city. TWINS CELEBRATED 90TH BIRTHDAY On February 13th Mrs. Maygaret M. White and Mrs. Letha J. Etter, who are twins, celebrated the ninetieth anniver- sary of their birth. Mrs. Etter lives with her son, J. S. Etter, near Nocona, Mon- tague county, but Mrs. White's home is Springfield, M...

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

bsJWWKw* m!P' j$ .. ■ fe f...' c&mfc. • W ^ <£ ^*■ £ V If you want to kee from achln; ip your feet free from aching corns just get a bottle of FREEZONE from any druggist. Put a drop or two on the torn. Pain stop* instantly, and for good! Then before you know it the <orn gets io loose you can lift it right off with your fingers, easily and painlessly. It's the safe way that millions use to get rid of hard and Boft corns and calluses. Works like a charm! Try it. FREEZONE GOVERNMENT PER CAP- ITA COST OF TEXAS The United States Bureau of Census report on the finan- <5al statistics of the cost of Texas State government for the fiscal year ending August ONLY *,,7iS c;iA. field iay« that < Crsona who ~ imb county thl« year | arc permitted to vote it elections ot the year, there is but voter who is a native of the county. The one native voter i> a young lady, who will vote this year for the first time. Her name is Miss Fern Hoover, and she is a daughter of Con stable Fred...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 April 1932

JBgm iMmm I i I t B t. %XX ► county Hun* I alfalfa dem- on 79V4 acres year and made a net profit of 135.20 per acre. Yields averaged nearly three tons per acre. Determined that pantries of the future should be fill- ed with home-grown fruits, the Home Demonstration Club women of Limestone county put out 29,958 fruit trees and small fruits last spring. The cheese plant atAb- ernathy, Hale county, se- cured the services of an ex- pert from the North and is now turning out a very high quality of full-cream cheese, and the demand is greater than the plant can now produce. Fully 75 per cent of the watermelon crop of Wise <£>unty, (and the crop was a large one), was marketed by hogs last year. And in this way a fair price was obtained for the melons on a very low market. Quite a number of farmers also let the hogs gather their crops of corn, peas and pea- nuts. Bowie county potato raisers used log-house cur- ing plants and had fine suc- cess in the curing and keep- ing of their pota...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 April 1932

■mm M £ !§P^ mrtunm IhJT^i TIRR CLEARING ROUSE. Dtpt l«-l. 118 Wm Pi Street, Loa Ant«lt<, Calif. TEXAS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION Sentiment for a Texas Cen- tennial celebration in 1936 on a scale commensurate with the history and progress of Texas in the past 100 years, has been quickened by the ac- tivities of the Texas Centen- nial committee created by the last Legislature. This in- terest, patriotic in character, has been stimulated in a la^ measure by the patriotic events throughout the State in connection with the Wash- ington Bi-Centennial celebra- tion which is being nationally owerved this year. The last Texas Legislature put squarely up to a vote of the people the matter of de- ciding whether Texas should celebrate the 100th Anniver- sary of Texas Independence, the heroic sacrifices of the founders of the State and the remarkable development of its first century. At the general election i n November a n Amendment to the Constitu- tion will be voted on to permit the Legislatu...

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