The Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, November 5, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY
vol. x i v.
I MA TIP R All.MSTHONCt COTJNTV. TEXAS. XOVEMHEH •*>. i <)j
Grain Shipments from July 1st, 1915, to October 1,1915: Claude—Wheat 202 cars, Oats 91 cars, Rye 26 cars, Maize9 cars;
Goodnight—Wheat 68 cars, Oats 14 cars.
REAL ESTATE MARKET
GETTING AC11VE; CASH
W. H. Snyder to J, T>. Massey,
320 acre*; consideration, 8-1,'>00.
Earl I'1. Wright to .1. F. W ard,
820 ncres; <•<.• . • uii.m siti.OOO.
E. F, Hu>viing to Clias. Har-
well, 120 acres; consideration
A. A. Morris to G. W. Weigh
man, 640 acres; consideration
S. P. Hackney to D. A. Harrell,
23!) acres; consideration $3,000.
S. C. Carr spent Sunday ;it
the -Jack-on home.
Horace Chit returned from
| New Mexico Tuesday.
Born: To Mr. and Mrs.
lOrover Baker a hoy Oct. 24.
Nellie Jackson spent Tliim
ay afternoon wit1. Opal Davis.
Teho Kelly and H. L. Calii-
tl.'Mii WM't Claude callers .Mon-
I'he liiid'".- Aid Society meet
M I''-' 1 ,o
: : ]''
We'd lies lay
\V CllllCsdil v
i visit with
Horn To .\J r. and Mrs B. H.
Warren, a girl baby. All doing
Mrs. Dodge of Claude is visit-
ing. liof sister, Mrs. fvesterson,
B. Q. Massa^ee is very much
improved and will soon be out
among friends again.
Rev. W. H. McKin/.ie returned
Monday from Dallas where he
took his li11If; soil Harold for a
slight opei ation.
Mi's. Gearreald left Sundry
night for Carlton, Texas, where
she will visit her mother for a
couple of weeks.
Four Blue Ribbons
Awarded Armstrong County'
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
_ We are very glad to say that at
Products at Fair ™s> L""e w"°
Only Four Entries Are Made, in
Connection with the Exhibit From
The Amarillo Country, and Each
Takes Blue Ribbon.
Armstrong County again pro-
ves herself the imperial grain
county of Texas. Four entries-
were made in the small grain
class, the only entries made
from this county. These were
Mrs. .lack Ivuach has returned j wheat, oats, rye and barley,
home from Grooin where sh> lirsi Every one of these look the
!t « 1 ■ •
Albert, rv i z .>11 t Arthr.r
lehueider spent Sunday with
lr and Mrs. I>. 1'. I,ee.
School ii di njist- 'T I'o; ;-i
foiiple ol week on account < l
huilcliug a new ruom lo
lie fchool hon e,
■ aylori Ultyx
/he f !()l!()tnon
J^estcnira n /
Claude E. Caj'tou "I Dallas has
IIjon_ lit, the lldlloniau i><?staur.mt
Lu '.!)•; " ' U side of the squire,
labium charge Monday uioruiirr,
r I r llolloniou v < 11 remain in
Claude for a few weeks anyway,
been with her mother, who wi s
very sick several days.
Mr. and Mrs.'W. T?. Newberiy
left Friday night for Dall: s
where Mrs. Newberry intends
seeing a throat specialist.
A. A. Kinard left Friday night
I or Ciinib.v to at tend the ueddi ng
of his friend, W. L. Allen of
Memphis, Texas, to Miss Bess
Granbei ry of I 'u in by.
Mr. and .Mi s. L. N. Henry left
Monday night for San Francisco
to visit the Exposition. The.v will
alsovisit relatlve^ inAlbuatST^w
on their r. turn, nvaVrmg about
:l six wt ; ■ asit re t rip.
—A*Ii .i I nl',mt of Mr. and
M rs. Iv died Satnrday af-
teruoon, Irsving lived only a few
hours. The funeral took place
|Sund'iy afternonii at 8 o'clock.
Mi s. Etter is repoi teil doine well,
: \mong thosevi.siting the Dallas
| I'air wore V C. liorsey, S. S.
Dodson, Matt Bennett, Miss
''auline Bennett, Mrs, Burrell
I ami daughter A M. ('rain and
j I'1; mil V .i ild 11 \V I 'rain ami la m
.1, II. I less'.vas in (own Monday
afiet' une machinery repaid. He
gut them after I ing unable to
get them in Washburn or .Vina-
I'illo. Keej) it in t^laude.
Don't mi.- - the real how at the
Claudia Friday niytit. A 5-rctl
faa'.ure and a 2-rtel Keystone, i
big reels, only 10a and 20u.
blue ribbion, a fact which can-
not be claimed by many coun-
ties in Texas.
The first award on
hard wheat went to C. E.
Nickel of Claude, and tie
wheat tested (!.'] po.ttids.
The first award on IJ.-d 1 *n t
Proof oats went to \Y. A,
Moodger of Claude, These oa's
tested 4'> pounds to the Inislie1.
The 1)'tie ribbion on rye,
•my v-uietv, went to M. Bates
.This rve ti
•I. K. Jlunter ef t'lande cap-
the first prize for any variety
of barley, which tested 45
pounds to the bushel.
We think this is a good
showing for Armstrong county
us well as any other county.
Armstrong county could do
just as well with a score of
other products it she gave the
same attention to them that
she does to these grain crops.
Much credit must be given
to Mr. Scott Lavcock fi r the
showing that was made, as it
was largely the work of this
one man to get up the material
for the part we played we p'ny-
ed in rlie exhibit of the the
Antirillo country at the Fan .
All together for a better show-
ing next year. A "umty rx-
if would not he too much -
j v, ;:TW liny Met
Goodnight Prosperous Town j
Goodnight is located on
Fort Worth and iJcnvci
road in the northeastern pur-
Moit of A rmstrotig county i
the comtnercia; center of it
prosperous region, whose di-
versified products including
about all the small grains and
row crops, ice.ist• itT-. cotton,
hogs, cattle, horses ;■ u« 1 muli r-.
is vear's cane seed is
Mesdames Honnol, Woodburn and
Foy and Misses Buford and Logue
were welcome guests of the J. U. P.
Society last Friday afternoon. A
children's program was rendered by
It has been decided that all pupils
making^ an average of ninety and
above ninety and as much as ninety
on deportment will have their names
placed on the honor roll. The de-
portment grade is not averaged with
the other grades hut is taken separ-
Last Saturday night at the h une
of Prof, and Mrs. Van Buskirk tin
following pupils of the High Schoo
and a few outsiders entered into a
merry making until a late hour
Misses Page, Stafford, Martin, Good
ger, Smalley, Rogers and Clark
Messrs. Duffel, Cameron, McCaleb
Wilson, Slay and Rutherford.
Honor Roll for October Primary
irades—Eugene James, Mildred Da
.is, Purly McCubbins, Esther Mul
haupt, Delma Pafford. Miss Gor
nan's Room—H. M. Kight, Jennie
'iassett, E. J. Pafford, Ward Brady,
••vcret Wallace, Estell Wallace,Hazel
^uss, Lillian Fay, Thelma Patterson,
l.eslie Connolly. Miss Rusf ell's Room
—Lewis Redus, Dora Kemp, Vela
Y?$W Tiny McPherson, Margartt
'ames. Miss Hunt
^Javis, 92; Mil
tin Boone, 93; llH^i]
ol i Mora Davis, 91; Dcsm
FEDERATION MEETING FOR
SATURDAV, NOVEMBER 6;
EVERY WOMAN IS INVITED
Remember the County Federa-
tion meeting Saturday," Novem-
ber ti at 2:30 p.m. in the county
court room. Every woman in the
county is invited to lie present.
Marketing our home products
will be the subject for the after-
noon. Do you want better mar-
kets for your butter, eggs, poul- i
try and other farm products. If
so, cotrie and help plan a way to
The teachers have a special in-
vitation to he present. We want
a report on the girls' movement,
in Armstrong county. We want
to help you to help our girls if
We want to plan to meet our
financial obligations and we need
Mrs. W. A. Wauner, Pres.
•M us. Scott Laycock, Sec.
Oyster Supper at Maiden.
The ladies of the Maiden neigh-
borhood will serve oysters, pie,
cake, hot cocoa and enffeo at the
Maiden fchool house, Friday
night, November 12th.
Proceeds for benefit of school.
The public is cordially invitee^
Come one, come all and helpl
goo i cause.
Jewall Howard of
rail-' excellent quality and with pre- Vera Weighman, 96; Fay Rogers, 91. | rillo wii: speak at 3:30 p.m.
cut offers of si nci- hmnlri.it Seventh Grade—Lois Rnhwte Q°- "Our Unfortunate Sisters."
sent offers of *1
will be getien
tilt tied out last year
vear to p •!'
hundred Seventh Grade—Lois Roberts,
for high-,V':na Trice, 92; Jessie James,
Everybody cordially invited.
Beginning Monday, Novpmber
S, thi- < I a u d i a Theatre will start
'he pici ui es at 7 :.'i(lp m promptly.
i ins vear Goodnight shipped ,,, ,
1 1 stcci ulit or a
,1 vars of \V 11 e ,t t. anil II car-! (!olton
of these grams -till to be y(>arB e()UoM lK,jn^ (
\ears cattle shipni lit- i
n'nXiiuate 100 cars, o'
Id cars have alreadv
hipped, while South
Ask yoctf //usband to buy
\y°(/ a ///co //vw hic/nye
anl station, in th
pouley county, will shi]
uisiny Ainistrong county
tie as Gooilnight will.
The hog industry is an
I Gertrude Stephens, 9" Marion Page,
!'M. Eighth Grade—Mildred Moorei I
*' 0(HI j 58; Rmh C-orbin, 65; Freeda Kt ere,!
gin that J >2. Ninth Grade — Horace Sheid,!
>00 hale: ! Alma Pafford. Tenth Grade—Ehz;-*
reduced tlii: hctli Reck, Lticile Grimes, Lil!:r
<50 hales on Htindley, Lois Bfanson, WaDB(cj=
irtioiia!el\ Kejiliey. Eleventh Grade—Anire Bettie Smalley. Elma Vermillion,
;e this ! h,rk' J: nes McCaleb.Vara Bassett Milton Heme Kirk Carroll, Clifton
1 here were a ftw others wheic Davis, I ucile Keene, Gretchen Brook,
averages were above 9(), but where! Clint Honnol, Lawrence Bvler, Elbert
i |!('P°rtnient was below ninety. Tliore j Keahey, Eugene J^mes, Mildred Da-
" '' 1'' 1" ' j who made a hundred iis deportment! vis. Purly McCubhint, Esther R ul-
with no vacant houses, a Bap- are as follows; Vera Weigmtin, I e-! iliaupt.Milds'ed Moore Clarice Swink,
tisf college, wit . !<T0,000 wort h , n°re •'ames' Veva Taylor, Anire j Gertrude Stephens, Annie Smith.
1 ' «-•-:> > ' 11 pt'oppi-.1 ^C!I1P' ^ay Rogers, Gertrude Fuqca,; Vara Bassett, AnnieCli.rk, Elizabeth
a.- tics, it So,000 Public Seh. ..I'(,ladys ^nffin, Hazel McCubbins. Reck, Wallace Keahey, Poy Slay.
f buildings and lat;
"at- building, a s:i,liii() Methodist
I church, a recently erected
ini-! modern railroad depot, a bank
portant asset, with sufficient j with a $.">,000 builditiir, electric
locai hogs on hand to insure a light plant, a busy jjostoftice,
heavy output this fall and win- with official feminine good
of uiilo maize ami Kafir corn looks equal to that of Claude,
fattened and finished porkers, an inidepcndent telephone svs-
The ntilo maize, kalir corn with St! phones and the excel-
and cand harvests are simply lent Hart Hotel and a S7.000
emmense, with an estimated Baptist church, that is being
11>ts11 shipment of tuilo maize erected by J. F. Cunningham,
and kalir of-00 ears after a a prominent contractor of
deduction of enough of these j Amarillo. The town needs a
giains to meet the home winter grain elevator and a restaurant,
and spring feed demauls. ,—Daily Panhandle.
, ASK HIM TO LET YOU COME TO OUR
STORE AND PICK IT OUT. YOU USE IT—HE
WHEN YOU COME IN YOU WILL FIND A RANCE
WHICH WIL! D" LIGHT YOU.
THE THE BREAD AND PIES YOU CAN BAKE
WILL DELIGHT YOUR HUSBAND AND THE
WHOLE FAMILY. EVERYBODY WILL
ASK HIM TO-DAY.
Noticc to Banks and Bankers.
Notice is hereby given that
on the '_!!)th day of Novemhei
the Moaid of Trustees of the
Claude Independent School
District, (Incorporated) will
iceeive bids for a depository
for raid District, bids for the
funds of the said District for
the current year, based upon
jtlie daily. ..balances, noy he
! made by atiy banking corpora-
tion, association, or individual
I banker, doing business in
Clan le, Texas, -tating tin
ular time for the selection of
such depository. Said bids
shall he sealed, and in the
hau ls of the undersigned by 12
o'clock on the 2!)th day of
November 11)15. This notice
is given under the general laws
of Texas, by order of the
Board of Trustees of said Dis-
trict, this the 4th day of Nov-
A. N. Nelson, Pres.
J. K. Brook. Sec.
Of Board of Trustees.
. , . i| We are still handling grain-
pel cent upon daily balance.-, , . . ... •
; | 4. - L bags, but are selling them strict-
that s «i-bidder may offer, for]
the us ?,f said fuuJs from tlu
Round Out Your
We have one more scholarship left
in the Tyler Commercial College.
This will he sold at a sacrifice price
ii sold at once. Hen1 is a good
chance for a worthy and energetic
young man or young woman to
get a good business education that
will lit them lor practical office
work at nominal cost. A business
education is a necessity these days
lor the young person who wants
to enter the business world to make
a **<• cess of himself. Here is your
opportunity. We would be glad
to talk it over with von.
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