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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1933

iP>rr Pi # CLAKKSVILbE PLANS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT at Deni- b! -r ? Ph 1 G f< G fc G f< C c< A 11 J n (i ■on has been started by W. R. Russell, to manufacture underclothing for men, women and children. Five electrically driven machines are the opening install* ment. U. 8. HAS MORE THAN HALF OF TELEPHONES The total number of telephones in the world on January 1 was 35,336,467, ac- cording to figures furnished by the American Telegraph & Telephone Com- pany. The share of the United States was 20,201,576, and the total for all countries in North America was 21,- 836,301. Europe contributed 10,589,- 222; Asia, 1,249,540; Oceana, 794,448; South America, 619,825; and Africa, 247,091. Of the countries of Europe, Germany has the greatest number of telephones, with Great Britain second and France third. Germany's per cent of total world telephones is 9.19. This country ranks next to the United States in its share of existing telephones. TO PLACE MARKERS ON CHISHOLM TRAIL Permissi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1933

SHAft TO MARK GRAVE Or TEXAS CABINET MEMBER monument to David Nnii the first Attorney Seneral of the Republic of Texas, will be erected over his grave in DeZalla cemetery rk, near Houston, by the Historical and Land- Association. The date for the unveiling has not yet been announced. With the formation of a provisional government for the Republic, when David G. Burnet was chosen President he appointed Thomas as his Attorney General. His career, however, was short-lived, as he died as the results of a wound accidentally received about a month after the bat- tle of San Jacinto. Thomas came to Texas in 1835 and identified himself with the Hewitson-Power Colony in Refugio. He was chosen as a delegate to the "Convention of all Texas" which met at Washington-on- the-Brazos in 1836, and was a signer of the Texas Declara- tion of Independence. After his appointment to a cabinet post he accompanied Burnet ir^his flight through New Washington and on to Gal- veston. A short time after the bat-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1933

WW [ -*** « m r Miss Alice Lee Bonds, a Delta county 4-H club girl, who developed her garden as a demonstration, report- ed a profit of $179.14. From nineteen vsrietieBahe gathered 2,000 pounds of vegetables, of which she canned 283 containers. Her expense for seed and fer- tilizer was $5. Records kept by fourteen 4-H club girls of Wharton county on 258 hens showed a profit of $253.29 in ten months, with 395 pullets on hand. The slogan of these girls was, "eliminate the poor producers from the flock and reduce the feed bill," and to this they at- tribute their splendid suc- cess. Growth of the dairying industry in Texas, which has been brought about largely by the development of butter and creamery plants over the State, is in- dicated in the" annouce- ment that Texas dairy herds are now producing 73,565,000 pounds of milk weekly. An investment of $1 in a garden brought $84 this year to Mrs. C. L. Hurt, Rosewood Home Demon- stration Club Woman in Upshur county. Her garden consisted ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1933

CWSAT CAVERN Nstare hu graciously add* «<L new argument in favor Texas first, by re- vealing to the eyes of man- kind the great cavern at Bur- net, fifty miles northwest of This newly-discov- end realm of underground wonders, named Longhorn Cavern, is definitely designat- ed as the third largest cave in the world. A noted ex- plorer says complete explora- tion, which has not yet been made, will Bhow it to be the largest. Longhorn Cavern State Park was opened to the public the first time on Thanksgiv- ing Day with a great celebra- tion. Last June the exploration and development of the gigan- tic cavern, which is located on State property between Burnet and Marble Falls, was begun. In excess of eight miles of spectacular subter- ranean scenery was chartered and mapped. Development consisted of the installation of electric lights, the paving of trails—in fact, every com- and convenience for the mi tor has been provided for. The giant cavern is located in r>ne of the most pictures...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1933

=■ . L- •'«; ..rser' - Tv/ iV man s By MM. MAXGAUT STOTS TiAbyth© cupful.. .you would marvel at the low cost of UPTON'S TEA , | moneys worth NEW AIRPORTS IN TEXAS Nine cities of Texas are now taking steps to provide them- selves new aerial terminals. Longview, Beeville, Hender- son, Clarksville, Coleman, Cuero, Goose Creek, Jackson- ville and Laredo are soon to have well-equipped ports for use of planes. Beaumont, Mineral Wells, Corpus Christi and McCamey are preparing to improve their airport facilities and numer- ous other communities are providing landing fields. The larger cities of Texas, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio and others, have well-established and modern- ly equipped ports, and are served regularly by commer- cial carriers. Aerial traffic will grow as the more im- portant communities develop their facilities for handling plane service. In the near future, no doubt, all the larg- er communities in the State will be readily accessible by plane, and an extra rap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 January 1933

_ NEWS hMW iM tki ptoee i tttaf jtm m< at i h The Mm at Mir > ft? ft VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, IAN. 13, 1933. NUMBER H. 19 State Depart- ments Instead of The Old 131 Austin, Texas.—Definite propos- als for the simplification and modernizing of the structure of the State government by the dis- continuance of numerous agencies and the combining and rearrang- ing of essential functions and ac- tivities under 19 administrative de- partments In place of the 131 separate and more or less inde- pendent and unsupervised branches and agencies now in exlstance, is the mose striking feature of the report released by the Joint Legis- lative Committee on Organization the Economy, made up by Harry N. Graves, Chairman, Phil L. 'it Sanders, Secretary and Vice Chairman, Senator Carl C. Hardin, Senator H. Grady Woodruff, and Representative J. Turney Terrell. These proposals are contained f In Paht I. of the Economy Com- mittee's complete report, which is being printed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 January 1933

■*S I' ? FRIDAY County, year—.11 JO the County, year. .$2.8# I mm M Donley ft W. Lowe, Love. Meeers W. T. Itayter, Ccoal ly and Johnaon on the Jury of View Committee. Donley county is now beginning their work in ae- curing the necessary additional land for the right of way through their county, while Armstrong county through the tireless efforts of Chas. W. Stewart and the aid of other county officials have all but one of the needed signatures to have the right of way trans actions completed. Our Father Who art in Washing- ton, Hoover be thy name; You took our Camel cigarettes And gave us Golden Grain. :0: The Amarillo nigger who at- tempted to murder a white woman while in bed, with a hammer, for money, should receive a speedy trial and the jury's verdict be that he be shot at sun-rise. :0: During the middle noes the com- mon people were whipped into submission by trained soldiers. To- day this trick is performed by the manipulation of the Money Mar- ket, by the Monty Gamblers. :0:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 January 1933

sxiSSEBBHw^uwIiH m*w i >•31 tut Bf o< (hot it tin life at Itaa niM and httlt. When thajr jrour that It goat, for oaljr II ctnte I trill put on food tad rubber httlt that will opto thtm at good as ntw, making tbtm latt as long u they former- ly did and saving you the price of new shoes. Why go away when you can gtt your work as cheap and as good at home.—City Shoe Shop. Claude, W. H. Giles, Prop. 21-c TEA AN COFFEE ROUTE MEN —Big reliable national company needs 3 more men Immediately. Previous experience unnecessary but must be physically able and willing to service 200 steady con- sumers on regular route and work 8 hours a day for about $37.50 weekly. Write Albert Mills, Route Mgr., '2243 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1-t-p. ATTENTION MR. TAX PAYER Mr. Hy McMurry hat a Httlt thrat room rttkStnot construction on hit lot whtrt be to living. Mr. and Mrt. Albert Taylor of Amarlllo came down Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. H. L Mob ley and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Craln and chi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 January 1933

TM «• Ml km t Wr W to M b |liw jw Iwi ill aw gfcrtag • fir hi Mw Unftr Baths WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Heady To Walt Upon Yo« When Too Call. Caved b Money Made So Why Waate Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop. m u \* RUBY M. AYRfcS '© toonlMY IctM CO. Eighth IosUDnnt SYNOPSIS: PtoltM, Mstiunul, tnat- ful, ilncerc and lovioi Iit«, becsiau hmM uid marries Ttcnnis O'Hara In the ttBtf that their bliwful httpiMw will caatiaua «a- changed thru ill the jruri. 0 her ereMiac " * etrenfe P 4* eheaae. by i letter In changed thru ell ue jrteri. morning eke ewakent with r WWBBWSOSSSXSOSXWBSWKWSSXSBieXSaSSSWB^ Bargains For 1933 In Gas Stoves Good ten tube Asbestos Back heaters for $2.75 Good 14 tube Asbestos Back heaters for $3.50 Good 16 tube Asbestos Back heaters for $4.00 $8.00 heaters now for $5.50 $8.50 heaters now for $6.00 $10.50 heaters now for $7.50 $16.50 heaters now for $12.50 One four burner Puri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 January 1933

V i. CLAUDE NEWS yOLUMS 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JAN. 20. 1933. NUMBER £0 First Meeting County Court New Officials With the exception of one. Mr. J. O. McDowell, of Goodnight, our County Commissioners for the next two years are new men. The New County Commissioners are Tom Collins elected in the place of Mr. Jim Howe, In the Claude Precinct No. 1. w. H. Hamblln, taking the place of J. M. Scogglns in commissioner pre- cinct No. 3. Thurman Havlns e- lected for commissioner of pre- cinct No. 4., talcing the place of E. P. Berry, who did not stand for re-election but ran for sheriff. And Judge Mathews Presiding. After reading of the minutes of the previous meeting a motion by Thurman Havins that they be ap- proved, seconded by Tom Collins, they were duly approved. All accounts presented for pay- ment were approved. The Bond of Commissioner J Chas. Patterson Dropped Dead At His Home Mr. Charles Patterson, age 78. dropped dead at his home Wed- nesday evening at about 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 January 1933

memam wmim ■ *4 ait .' Senator Capper of The United States Senate is joining our new President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, In heartily opposing the SALES TAX. Good for Capper. :0: And Prance has loaned $4,000,- 000, to Austria, a former bitter enemy of the Allies, including Prance, yet, Prance is unable to pay her honest debts to the U- nlted States. :0: Since a quarter of beef sells for only 4 cents a pound why not reduce natural gas to 30 cents a thousand feet. Natural gas Is still as high as "a cat's back" Everything else has come down, why not natural gas? :0 It isn't strange that the larger dally papers and those who fought the Fergusons to a standstill in trying to defeat Mrs. Ferguson for Governor are now lauding his praises to the skies because Mr Ferguson is for the Sales Tax. :0: 8en. Capper of Capper's Weekly says he will vote against the beer bill, also vote against the re- peal of the 18th Amendment. Mr. Capper must be a Democrat even if he ran on a Republican ticket. :0: R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 January 1933

>2 UN WANTED tor Rawleigh nomas at HO Consumers .n and «acr elttss of Claude, Canyon, «w.o—<t«« wad County of Carson. Bustler can start earning weekly and increase every „ii Write Immediately. Raw- Ub Co., Dept. TX-195-B, Mem- phis, Tenn. 20'c depression prices The life of a shoe to the life of the soles and heels. When they are tone your shoe to gone. For only W cento I will put on good toles and rubber heels that will make them as good as new. making them last as long as they former- ly did and saving you the price of new shoes. Why go away when you can get your work as cheap and as good at home.-City Shoe Shop, Claude, W. H. Giles, Prop. 21-c Miss Ozellc Read, teacher of the third grade, in Claude schools, was taken to Amarlllo, where she was operated upon for appendicitis Monday morning. Miss Read is greatly missed by her pupils who wish for her a speedy recovery and her early return to her work at Claude. Last reports say Miss Read Is recover- ing nicely. 666 LIQUID - TAB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 January 1933

Bath* WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbel's Ready To Walt Upon Th When Yon Call. Caved la Money Made So Why Waste Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop, j Dietricli Is Sued Making Dad a Nurse Dr. H. N. Bundesen, Health Com- missioner of Chicago, has opened a class in Child Care for Fathers. Di- plomas are presented at graduation. I'hoto shows Dr. llundesen directing Daddy (ialligun in the care of daugh- ter, Clara Agnes. Marlen<metrieh, screen star and possessor of shapely legs, hides all under a great coat and newly adopted mannish trouser make up and confers daily with her lawyer about the $200,000 suit filed against her by movie producers, alleging irefusal to act in pictures in which she signed to appear. Livestock and Furnishings Sell for $1.18 John Hanzel, farmer and father of four motherless children, had an ♦1800 judgment against him. The Farmers' Protective Ass'n. of Buck County, Pa., stepped in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 January 1933

m ,")iv'Wfk fbm ig>§OTb % £ Rplppw' §s&& ' iJNfe ... J, ."X,-; .:. • • v ■■■■■? : ■ ■' . ' ■' ■ ' ■ if& c ■5 vojunw 44. . CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JAN. 21. 193S. t ■;* ll < 1 The Danger Of : Moderate Drink- ing Says Cabot By Richard C. Cabot, M. D. for many yean chief of staff of the Massachusetts - General Hospital and Professor of Medicine In Har- vard University. ; Forty years ago I was almost «s Ignorant about alcohol as most ■Wets appear to be today. I sup- posed It could stimulate the cir- culation and the brain, and so help to pull a man through Pneu- monia or Typhoid. It took years of watching its effects in those and other germ diseases to teach me, as experiences has now taught al- most all Intelligent physicians, that alcohol does harm and not good in infections diseases, Forty years ago almost all the physicians at the Massachusetts General Hospi- tal believed that alcohol stimulated the heart and the powers of re- sistance to levers. No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 January 1933

m t, ywr ft J# PRESS Yes, the 1932 depression is over. ThU Is just the 1933 depression. :0: Insul is not in jail, but he can't get out of Greece, which Is about as bad. :0: We coin the word Congresses- alon, which is about all the space • meeting of our national law- making deserves sometimes. :o: The small towns must be kept alive and thriving if the cities prosper. When the small towns go down the cities must go down too. :0: Big business corporations unload their stocks on the public after they had boosted them to three times their former values, and then let the public hold the bag. :0: We'll soon have our second Roo- sevelt in the Presidency. Now If we could only find another Cool- Idge to work with him there wouldn't be any more depression. :0: Pastor Russell's subject last Sun- day morning at the First Baptist Church was: "When Two Roads Come Together". Mrs. Henry Hern don sang: "I can sec the lights at Home". :0: "Them there Ticknocrats I'll bet- cliee can't run th' country ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 January 1933

a* the home at MfoCMm ud Mn. Tate. The MM etflMali took charge. We had ^BtfiagUng |W|riBi on 'Mr*. Stalcup, Nadlne , ■>■■■!> mill Tt- Leonard Ford Jp Joined the club. After the program ttfty cave Mr*. Ford a ahower. present were: FOrd. Rodgers, Robin Bftan, Luther, Crown over, Bryant, Ridley, KUlebrew, Good In, Wataon, Berry, Brown, Reed, Edd Robison, Osborne, Parsons and Miss Mavourieene Bryant, Miss Cathe- rine Rodgers, Miss Nadlne Stal- cup, MIm Raiell Reed and the hostesses Culver and Tate. The club met at Mrs. Bryant's, January IS.—Reporter. ■y Insist™ vjmuim BAYER A 8P I R I N Because • ••• The Bayer cross is not merely a trade-mark, hut a symbol of safety. The name Bayer tells you that it cannot depress the heart. The tablet that's standi Bayer <Hssulve« jo quickly vou get instant relief from the pain. 0 There's no unpleasant taste or odoi to tablets of Bayer manufacture; injurious ingredients to upset •hat utttem. Tablets bearing the familiar Bayer cross have no coa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 27 January 1933

ftJi r Hi m ft** l | MI w I# 9LM. Ym «e net hare to buy Stt , tat whan yeor pmchesee mat to 16, to given yea. $i;<; ' Baths WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Beady To Wait Upon Tea When Yon Call. Taved Is Money Made So Why Waste Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. w- A' McMurray, prop. He doesn't look a day over fifty. And feels like forty. At the age of 62. That's the happy state of health and pep a man enjoys when he gives his vital organs a little stimulant I When your system is stagnant and you feel sluggish, headachy, half-alive—don't waste money on "tonics" or "regulators" or similar flatent medicines. Stimulate the iver and bowels. Use a famous physician's prescription every drug store keeps. Just ask them for Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin. This appetizing syrup is made from fresh laxative herbs, active senna, and pure pepsin. One dose will clear up almost any case of headache, biliousness, constipation. But if you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

CLAUDE Waal AJrcrtMi « a* anfr t «*§ • nrt win sail as smhUg far wfl Jan have shsst the y ilsoe ar hstngyanenw thing Tea mm* at a bargate. tn In The Neva at only g cents s Mi -VOLUME 44. claude, armstrong county, texas, friday, feb. 3, 1933. NUMBER St. Report Of Hie Jan. P. T. A. Meeting Friday "School Education—The Birth- right of the Child", was the topic for discussion at this meeting which was ably handled by Rev, WU- klns and Miss La Nettle Cook. Pastor Wilkins spoke on "The Rights of the Child the First Right of Citizenship", from which he deducted and presented to his hearers many interesting truths. "Every Child has a Right to be well born and then to receive the best training of our combined experiences, tl">t he may develop Into a responsible citizen," he de- clared. Miss Cook outlined her views on T "Children First". "The Child should be so trained," she said, "as to bring out the best that is In him toward taking over the govern- y ment when he reaches the age and '• ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

it Out M ''Ill "> wnmt nuMT County, year—JIM U Oountjr, year W I XfcmMni IW— * mot AaaodAHQW We had a little Congress, It's game was hard to tell; We trusted It to serve us, And serve us mighty well; It taxed us and it taxed us 'Till It couldn't any more; I can not praise my Congress now As much as hereto fore. :0: Don't kid the Congressmen if you helped send yours to Congress. :0: We are now facing a huge de- ficit, which is worse than any democratic congress ever gave us. -:q:- Pive Kaufman county farmers who conducted pasture demonstra- tions last year on 189 acres made returns averaging $8.15 per acre for an average investment of less than 50 cents per acre. :0: Frank Putnum says he is very much surprised at Jim Ferguson falling in line with the Sales Tax advocates, since a great majority of Mrs. Ferguson's supporters are opposing the Sales Tax every way they can. :0: President Hoover promptly vetoed the bill to give the Phillipines their independence in ten years. Congress t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

tuoci nooui Y A time COUNTS when ycu're in PALM Insist on genuine Butter A ;|nnn not only for its suftl>' tjul lls J'J Tate a tablet of Bayer \>i>iri. and some other tablet, and dro; them in water. Then v>auh tin- Bayer tablet dissolve- laj-nliy completely. See how long it takes tc pyjj liW U lii *'J" That's an easy way to 'rsl lnv value of "bargain"" prepaiuUons. It - a Ur better way thuu testing then- iu your stomach 1 Bayer Aspirin olTeiS safe an speedy relief of headaches. re. a sore throat, neuralgia, nr.inli- lumbago, rheumatism, or I"'l,,<i pain. It contains no coarse, milium particles or impurities. want ads Friday and Saturday Specials GROCERY PRICES SMASHED ' We have to raise tame money 2 Spud*, 10 lbs. No. 1. *3c CarroU, large bunches each «c \ Oranges, large size, each I Cabbage, Per lb. H« ^ Tomatoes, 4, No. 2 cans & Corn, 3, no. 2 cans \ Pork and Beans, V. C., each c Oats, Mother's China, per pkg. Li*. g Peaches, dried, 2-lb pkg, - - c I Salad Dressi...

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