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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

. " J • ae Goodwin LECTURER -ItATUmSO A*~. p* C* ■■■■■■ The Claude Theatre Until February 11th. DON'T MBS The Lecture That Hu Made Her "THE ONE DAY CHRISTIAN" —MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH A Heart To Heart Talk With The Yoang Folk* T. N. T. "THE NAKED TRUTH" —WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8Til Friday Night 3 Cash Prizes For Home Talent Contest. Every nite-A Big Vaudeville Show. Courtesy of Tate-Lax Company BIG 30 DAY SALE Visit our Big Sale and save money. We are buying your fresh lard and eggs at market prices. Let us figure your next grocery bill and save you money. Get your School supplies here. C.R.GUYN m S Laundry Baths WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Ready To Wait Upon You When You Call. Time Caved Is Money Made So Why Waste Time Waiting. \ VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU 9 Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. w- A- McMurray, prop f\ fir* A The Tim«-T«sted N«w Wee Patntlflder Right from Washington, D. is now offered to you along with YOUR CHOSEN HOME PAP By a favorable arrangeme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

MAGAZINE SECTION CLAUDE NEWS Mr. Baaiaaaa Mm: Tkm-pw ee*1 •f year graaa Imom aboald be eat aaida far MiriHHf ■drartlatof ever? year. try It and yoar bueineaa will lacraaaa by lcapa and WANT ADS at anly k: a "word will ■ell eoaiething for eaih yoo ban about the place or bring ;oa aomethinf yo« need at a bargain. Try it la The Claode Newa at only 2« par word. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 193:5 volume 44. NUMBER 23 LITTLE MARY MIXUP By R. M. Brinkerhoff Trade Hark. 1*32. nee. U. 8. P ( Off LiTTle GiRL, CAN you "Tell, me The wav To su perimtekidemtu. What LADY COMING DOWN The walk- t ber SHE'S SOMEBODY'S grandmother i wish To ENROLL a "pupil. 1 show if JL i \N m f 1 j KNOW I'M OLD ~ Bur WHEN I WAS A GIRL I ALWAYS WANTED GO ~fO BOARDING SCHOOL — j but couldn't afford , it - now i want to "fulfill a Desire of mV vouth - i'm going to f boarding school at last.' Wow, glrls, an elderlv ladv has come in as a student- ~ t want j can vou all To be very gentle j (TeaCH m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

Via) iari P soswa Til ia nov By old r« with J Tk« Car TS! fact rim 30' •CM l*< lis,000 Dwelt I ■1m Pa CL OUT Franc the font ■i villaii the othei ... "wh Mid Mr. for a vi V«K Women •rganiced American command natlonall) American .•l*ed |>r« *-d tfr. . - <%>/ \«. ■; ■ exas 9 By MBS. ETHEL 08B0RN HILL KAtalUM Ariftar. Tina. (Cawriaht. 1M*. kr <ha Rom Cater Prist Co.) . H. LAVELLE of Tyler county, East Ttxaa, immigrated to Texas from Kentucky in 1873. He was 10 years old, just a venturesome lad, when he left his Kentucky home for the Lone Star State. He is now 83 years old and, with the exception of a slight touch of rheumatism in one of his legs, is still able-bodied and mental- ly alert. Young Lavelle's first job, after set- tling down at Corpus Christi, Texas, was with the King Ranch. He was am- bitious to become a cowboy, but had to serve an apprenticeship as waterboy, cook's helper, etc., before the ranch boss would let him have a mount or let him stand guard to a her...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

T COMMENT bjl!:-h.±°i«I bH Charka piekens' Anniversary EBRUARY 7th of this year was the one hundred and twenty-first anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens, perhaps the most . jular and most useful of all writers of fiction. The one hundredth anni- versary yras used by many admirers in England and America as an auspicious time to raise a fund for the relief of the great writer's descendants, who seem to have inherited neither the genius nor the energy of their illustrious forbear, who was more successful finan- cially than most literary workers. He left a comfortable fortune, which, how- ever, Was quickly spent. Evidently Charles Dickens did not like America, neither did he care for Americans. His "American Notes" and "Martin Chuzzlewit" leave no doubt that American customs and American' people failed to impress him favorably. When he made a lecture tour of this country Americans lionized him and poured money into his lap, but for this they only received unkindly mention in his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

- . mmSSSm & E c Via tor S*o Tli Ph WOOL CENTER MAY BE SALT PLAINS MMJKfYUSR it a growing wool center. _ we now running better than 1,000,000 pounds a year. Lometa Is also a pecan center, producing around 78,000 pounds annually. The town Is also becoming noted for turkeys. WEST HAS LOTS OF FOOD An agricultural paper published in West Texas is authority for the state- ment that 6,000,000 cans of summer fruits and vegetables were preserved for winter consumption in the eighteen South Plains counties last year. Figured out in dollars and cents, the value of the preserved foods at the low price of 25 cents a quart runs to $1,681,975. The real value, however, is much greater. SUCCESSFUL CHEESE PLANT The dairy cow is helping support thousands of farmers in Texas today, through sale of milk to creameries, milk plants, cheese factories and other industries. One little town on the South Plains owes much of its steady income during the depression to one of these industries. Abernathy, Hal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

SEP*! win thi eonatitu- $8,000 „ the procedure owners to avail at this exemption d aa followers by one of the county tax asses- sor* of the State after a con* ferenoe with the State Comp- troller. According to this tax asses- sor the Comptroller has ruled that the homestead upon which exemption is claimed must be the place of residence of the owner. Under the homestead act as generally understood a farmer is allow- ed to claim 200 acres whether it is in one parcel or not. By the Comptroller's ruling he will be able to exempt only the land on which he lives. "Taxpayers will be requir- ed to render their homesteads in order to receive the $3,000 exemption," said the assessor of one of the largest counties in the State, "as this office will not accept the responsi- bility Qf assessing and allow- jajf the exemption. '•'Homestead owners will be required to designate their homestead and sign an affi- davit that the designated ^fiperty is the place of resi- dence. Each taxpayer availing hi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

west* 2 M IM A Pi CI OUT D Pn thei'fc M vill the ot <> Mid 1 for I u g|-$PP U an addition to the pantries of home demon- stration club women in Childress county this year. Seventy-one dollars for groceries in a year for a family of five is the report of Mrs. J. J. Hill, of Whar- ton county. She estimates that the saving in her grocery bill was $260. She conducted a farm food sup- ply demonstration with the help of Miss Burton, the Home Demonstration Agent. boys have 841 lambe on feed for spring markets. Three of the boys have 181 lambs on feed. W. G. Huey, of Johnson county, is a convert to the benefits of terracing. Last year on his land that was terraced he obtained a yield of 321 pounds of lint cotton per acre. On his unter- raced land the yield was 151 pounds. Chickens brought Mr; and Mrs. Thomas J. Wil- liams, of Draw, Lynn coun- ty, more than $600 in cash last year from a flock of 269 laying hens. They have been poultry flock demon- strators for three years, and are very...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

- , fao,, tW: ..■>-■? Mi, ' • --*"*<• the 150 members of the House 64 are lawyers. Fann- ers come next with 20 mem- bers. There are nine school t*fchers, one railroad engi- jK. one undertaker, onej eJtor-miniater, one advems- jng agent, one musician and' one decorator. The oldest member of the House is J. L. Goodman, of Franklin, who is 80, next to: him is J. S. McGee. of Tyler, who is 74. The youngest member is 22 years old. Of the 31 members of the Senate 20 are lawyers; there' is one rancher, one teacher, one doctor. Two members of the House are blind. aged treasure seek- er dead The death a few weeks ago of an aged treasure-seeker, recalled the fact that for many years an active hunt for buried Spanish gold has, been kept up in the hills near Gorman. Eastland county. A young man upon returning {jfTn the World War was em- ployed by the venerable treasure-seeker and worked for him several years, the treasure-hunter being too old iff do the arduous work of digging. He found s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 February 1933

- o n 75 Ik ct •a $1 I ( C [ th« «• th< foi ^# • •• LOWER PHICES UPTON'S TEA WORLD FAMOUS FOR QUALITY TEXAS BRIEF ITEMS Texas stands thirteenth in value of manufactures and fifteenth in number of wage- earners industrially employed. That Texas has an unusually large number of small fac- tories, however, is shown by the fact that it stands eleventh among States in number of manufacturing plants (5,198) or well above its ranking in either manu- facturing value or wage- earners. The Texas pecan crop of last year is estimated at 19,- 500,000 pounds, not very much more than half of the 32,000,000 pounds produced in 1931, as a result of cold weather in March. Pecans shelling and packing plants are now numerous in Texas and through the fall and win- ter have given employment to a large number of workers. Completion of the $6,000,- 000 irrigation and hydro-elec- tric project near Eagle Pass was made possible by the Re- construction Corporation's taking up $1,476,000 of the district's uns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 February 1933

_ fKi J W he Ml «mj year. Try II la Dm Km ud watch roar Mmm grew by leaps mad hoanda. CLAUDE NEWS wtil aril iwnftiM far km about the yhw ar | thing raa need at a bam la, tlf II la Tba Nm at aalr > VOLUME <4. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEB. 10, 1933. NUMBER K Wayside Road Passable Since ~ It Was Fixed County Commissioner Hamblen of Wayside came over Saturday and Invited many of our people to take a drive from Claude to Wayside, over his new road across the canyon. Mr. Hamblen and some men whom he had at work graded this road across the Canyon in places making it passable in an automobile. Last Sunday some 12 or 15 automobiles passed along this route, Including some of our county officials. County Clerk Charles Stewart, Commissioner Tpm Collins, Pinkie ^ White and many others went over to Wayside driving over the road. This road will save Commissioner Hamblen more than t. third of the time he has been taking to drive via Canyon and nearly to Ama- rillo before commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 February 1933

ran nuDAT County, jmr.—IMO Uw County, yew $350 PKEM AgaociAngw kt The saddest words of tongue or pen, Are these: "Your note is due a gain." The gladdest man ere spoke or wrote: "Long as you like, renew that note." :0: The cheapest advise is the most expensive. :0: Nowadays, it seems, one good turn deserves TWO others. :0: Evolution has a hard time chang- ing politicians into statesmen. :0: We wouldn't need Technocracy If we could do away with Hypocra- cy. :0: And old-timer leminds us that the more you pray for some peo- ple the more they prey upon you. :0: The Income and Inheritance Tax is the most Just tax ever passed because It taxes the man who gets money without working for it. :0: It's so easy to be a statesman. All you have to do to answer any great question is say, "W-e-1-1, yes, and then again, no." :0: The majority of the so-called big men of this country who are continuously issuing statements that the depression is over, never had any themselves, and some of them don't kn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 February 1933

WM Ghrw Job' p. 'mm.. y jWhen Mrs. Molly Brown Carran, of Went Branch, Iowa, boarded Pres- ident Hoover' train at Dei Moines last fall, she told him indirectly how hard times had come upon her. . . . She had been the president's teacher years ago in the little country school. By executive order of the President, Molly's son, Charles Carran, below, went to work this month on u rural mail delivery route . . . and Molly is smiling again. THE PUBLIC should be prudent in seeking relief from pain. Take nothing which does not have the approval ol the medical profession. BAYER ASPIRIN will never do you any harm, and almost always brines the desired relief. Hut remember that the high medical endorsement ipveii Bayer Aspirin does not apply to all tablets for relief of pain. THE DOCTOR is careful to specify Hai/tr Aspirin for these important reasons: It has no injurious ingredients. No coarse particles to irritate throat or stomach. Nothing to upset the system. Not even any disagreeable taste....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 February 1933

fcjf fk III I . M • * ? "i ■ C.R.GUYN CB^^M0W0B«KWWKKKXiaaMMt1> % %%WW8| Baths WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Ready To Walt Upon Ton When You Call. Me Caved b Money Made "So Why Waste Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop. Stronger Than He Was at Twenty PIFTY-FIVE years old, and still " going strong! Do you want the secret of such vitality? It isn't what you eat, or any tonic you take. It's something anyone can do—something you can start today and see results in a week I All you do is give your vital organs the right stimulant. * A famous doctor discovered the way to stimulate a sluggish system to new energy. It brings fresh vigor to every organ. Being a physician's prescription, it's quite harmless. Tell your druggist you want a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin. Get the benefit of its fresh laxative herbs, active senna, and that pure pepsin. Get that lazy liver to work. poison so long as it i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 February 1933

>'V •vi'. p ;H*" rt •iwtw JH wm mmttf to aai mM SfcST h * ki The Nm Ml wnWk Mai in* kr law w< ——— ■ ■ rt> NEWS It« l mm •art will «ell something tm wk ft ktn abort the place or III— JM — thing jam naed at a kvnk. Try M IB The Nm at only t VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 17, 1933. KUMBBB N. , '■ Claude P. T. A. Had A Great Meeting Friday Hie topic for discussion In the Olaude P. T. A. Meeting on Fri- day evening, February 10, was: "Public free Schools The Most Efficient and Economical Educa- tional Agency." itrs. J. E. Weeks outlined the "Ofowth of the Public Free School Syatera," in a very Interesting and entertaining manner. "Information concerning the early history of our school system is not very a- bundant." Mrs. Weeks said, "No authortic records seem to have been kept and the Information must be gleaned here and there from letters of teachers, pastors and priests of the early days. The first Public free school was a Latin Grammar school, opened...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 February 1933

Bennett C. Clark, (D) Missouri, ion of a former Rpe ker, Champ Clark, was sworn in a* the new Sen- ator from his state, February 3, suc- ceeding Sen. Hawes, and thus gaining seniority rights. a# U 1:M aatvfey 11*. ta ttw JhriatlM Chunk. All m invited jo attend.' No am but the editor is to olame far this an oversight of his. We thank the ladies most cordially for sending in all sutto notices also news relative to other dubs and for missionary Societies, Stc. Send us the "Dope" and we will try to 4o better next time. We owe an apology to Mrs. J. K. Hunt for this oversight. :0: There has been $90,000,000. set aside to loan to Farmers to assist them In producing an- other crop. But why encourage Farmers to raise another crop un- til they are assured of a price sufficient to pay the cost of pro- duction? Why not first put the Marvin Jones Bill through, which will give them a price for some farm products which will pay for the labor and expenses of pro- ducing this crop. There is no use \...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 February 1933

ROl'GH f.V YOL K STOMACH l 's WSV to sav they're ill u!:lte—• *r.<i ceasv to pru*-e tb<s? ire \" I PAUL HOOD'S { "Quality Foods" / Friday and Saturday SPECIALS? J With each $2. purchase cr more, we will y * give absolutely FREE 5 boxes of Bi? * 5 Deal Washing Powders. | 5 Grape Fruit, p«?r ba.-hel * \L * / Grape Fruit, each ~c ' \ Lettuce, larfe heads, each 4c , Celery, large stems each 9c J J White Kin?, large size eaen . 33c ; j Brown Sugar, -4 pounds only . - -- 2oc J 2 Peaches, dried 2-p<'.indi pk-r ----- L4c , ' Cocoa, per pound - - - \rc '' J Cake Flour, < Cake rack free) p.vi\ . 21c , / Sweet Spuds, golden sweet, ca" . . a'Jc / / Weenies, per pound — l^c / \ Sausage, pure pork, per p< urK. — ' / Highest market price ca;.ci rcr ail Coun- * SK«| Galloping Mustangs Suit <tat?s. lfc. and Mta. 1 ®- ^ an* Uiug}ir<e"i and 30s. J Oirtin ittnppuur -a Amiu-alii Satur- day Mr onU Mrs. Onmes if Wtuib- tairn. spent Sunda* with *.er jar ants, Mi- mit MS. H- °rJIU": it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 17 February 1933

C.R.GUYN ItKWMOtWBBaOBOOOOMBMBBBBOft ipaoot808K woataaM witw % IS mm WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers ■eafly To Wait Upon Yob When Yob CalL M Caved b Money Made So Why Waste Time Watting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop. pathfinder TK« Timi-TttUd News W«« Right from Washington, D. is mw offered to you along with YOUR CHOSEN HOME PAP .?y « ff ivorable arrangement we are able to send you that old reliable family weekly, The Pathfinder, in combination with this paper, ut a price never before equuled. There is nothing like The Pathfinder anywhere— nothing equal to it at any price. Over a million people take it and swear by it. It ' IhtCsfMta 781 hit bM, rim 107 hat, (•veri lyi tIS.Nt.M0 Pathfinder and CLAUDE NEWS takes the place of periodicals costing several times as much. News from all over the world, the inside of Washington affairs— the truth about politics and business, science, discovery, personalities, pic- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 February 1933

. .. . . . - - - -*—•••= ■ , , -.v ■'-••• I ' "' I - ■'• m NEWS it T#«S km itNt Um ptece i thing row ami at a in The News at only t rn m VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 24, 1933. Claude Masons Celebrate Wash- ington's Birth Claude Masons and their wives. Die Eastern Star, met at the Ma- sonic hall Wednesday evening and celebrated George Washington's 205th birth-day anniversary. The Eastern Star assisted In fur- nishing the program as well as refreshments. The program started off at 8:00 p. m.. when Worship- ful Master, Lloyd Nelson, called the house to order and made the opening or welcome address for the evening. Mm. T. J. Page, in behalf of the Eastern Star, responded to the welcome address, in her own or- -y lgonal and most Interesting way. The principal address of the evening was made by Mr. Ray Bur- ton using as his subject: "Wash- ington, the Man and the Mason", .y" Tills oration was one of th2 best •ver delivered before the Masonic Scout Anniver sary ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 February 1933

mm ymt NJt CITATION BY PUBLICATION 8TATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CONSTABLE OF ARM- STRONG COUNTY, TEXAS- GREETING: You ate hereby commanded to summons D. C. Pruitt whose resi- dence is unknown, to appear at the next regular term of the 47th District Court of Armstrong County, Texas, to be held at the Court house thereof, in the City of Claude, on the First Monday in ApHl, i«33. being the Third day of April, 1933, then and there to an- swer a petition filed in the said Court <m the 18 day of February, A. D„ 1933; the file number of which is. 601. in which suit Gladys Pruitt is plaintiff and D. C. Pruitt Is defendant; the cause of action being alleged as follows; Action to recover divorce, by the plaintiff, from the defendant, to- gether with the custody of their child, and for cause of action al- leges cruel treatment such as to constitute their living together in- supportable^ showing that defen- dant has abused the plaintiff by falling to properly support and care for her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 February 1933

. Y,,. j; > ..i ■ w-^.v./v-' Ui;'. UL HOOD'S "Quality ^oodt" riday and Saturday SPECIAL'S? Lettuce, per head 3$c SPUDS, 10 lbs. 10c winesaps, each lc Macaroni & Sphagetti, per lb 5c Jello, 2 pkgs. 15c Soap, Crystal coco, 6 bars (limit) _ 25c Pork. & Beans, per can 5c Pineapple, gallon, each 36c Brooms, each 16c Ginger Snaps, per lb. 9c Lard, Bring you bucket, 8 lbs. ___ 31c \ Cheese, Long horn, per lb. 14£c Highest market price paid for all Coun- try Produce. E Mr <* spsnt ifttk ' HEh ■ h*w lo8* at Oh*. Mr. Bndjr It wsowstin trmi on attack of Plu. Mrs. R. K. Biantop and daughter, Mls«-Mildred, w«t to Wellington. Friday to visit *lth relative*, re- turn inc home Sunday with Mr. llaau , who ipent Sunday at Wel- lington. , John Byler and (on, Bill are back from Sherman. Texas, where thpy took down a load of caln seed, returning home with a load of Seed Oats for the Nelson Grain Company. i Sky Jack Henderson has under- gone a Sinus or Nose Operation. Jwhen a small boy Sky ...

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