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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 24 February 1933

Ut m turn r. Oat year Saheal C.R.GUYN .Baths WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Ready To Walt Upon Vol When Yon Call. M raved I* Money Made So Why Waste Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE VOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop. H il f J Th« Tim*-T« t«d N«w Wh KdtntinOci Right from Washington, D. is Sm offered to you along with YOUR CHOSEN HOME PAP By a favorable arrangement we are able to send you that old reliable family weekly, The Pathllnder, in combination with this paper, at a price never before equaled. 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 ft TkCbfMri It m IM hat rim M7 htt, mm >n 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- tures, storjes—and no end of 'u...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 March 1933

1; V -. hsspbi '■ ' - >:**• -0b v *rs m $jpr Mr. mm fcsaaa Maa: At w|««al af Ms taaaaM aba* M ha sat asida far mm «PMer admttal ng tvarjr year. Try it la The News k a* watch yoar graw by ha s and bounds. CLAUD NEWS VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAR. S, IMS. [•" ;' "V Suicide Found 5 Miles South Goodnight, Tex. Prizes Offer- ed By Claude Bus. Houses Mr. H. D. Harvey, age 66. father of Mrs. Tom Miller, of Claude. was found dead In the Goodnight, , , . pasture 5 miles south of Good- cl"b-"enry Herndon Sccty. r I OTTtirnTMTfpvnPMT. r*r night, Monday of this week. Hp Armstrong County Baby Beef Show. Saturday, March 4th. SPONSORED BY: Claude Lion had been dead several days when the body was found. A trapper, Old Williams, is said to have first discovered the dead man, lying with his face down In a clump of bushes. County Judge Mathews and Sheriff Brunson were called to the scene. A coroner's Inquest by Justice of The Peace, George James, of Goodnight, was held be-...

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

IT FRIDAY County, ymi—-11.80 jf, year. 4180 AMOC1ATTOW * ae* imk WW#* Y |K| AiM«ht of the audience. Pu- tor Moon uaed for hi« subject at the evening hour: "Predestination" —i o Wonderfully strange why th: Larger dally papers Ignore FIRS1 PAGE NEWS, about the centra1 hunk heads of New York, caniving and robbing the people on stock: and bonds, which they sold, know- ing that these were not worth as much as 25 cents on the dol- lar. Now, that Japan has quit the League of Nations, because she was not allowed to take chai ge of Manchuria, and other parts from China territory, other nations be- longing to the League, should write Japan a Note saying: "Hands off. or the members of the League ol Nations will distroy Japan and di- vide said territory between themselves." Japan should nevei have signed up to obey the orders of the League of Nations, if she did not intend to stay with her contract. CITATION by publication state of texas TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CONSTABLE OF ARM STRONG COUNTY, TEX...

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

moths route March U. County wlu ,to W bounty on Coyote^- Mathews, County. Judge, ae-c «OR SALE—Texas Red Rust JjTf <*«\ Oais. direct from Oray- Company. 26^ — .nrr W I ^rr, ' . —ritir.q Lwm So. tnd t >rnJ" cvs rsrss. ■— •■ n« Dr«w«r im«, S««« Am. C Uo. .. AAAAAAAAAAAAAA POSTED NOTICE ThU u to notify the public that, «n of the J- A. Pastures are ported. Sd hunting, trapping or fishing j Hot permitted and all trespassers I _m be prosecuted. CLINTON i ! SmY A«t. Mgr. mouments / ^ry Produce. Would be pleased to show you 5 mv line of samples of Georgia ' " _ i. _ TV\« irr iHoi PAUL HOOD'S "Quality Foods" Friday and Saturday SPECIALS? Do You Trade With. The Man Who Makes Prices? Oranges, sun-kist, medium size, each, lc Lettuce, large nice firm heads, each - 4c Onions, No. 1 valencias, 6 lbs. 10c Whole Wheat Flakes, large pkg. each 6c Cocoanut, per pound 19c Greens, Turnips, No. 2 can, each 9c Corn, No. 2 can, 2 for — 15c Tomatoes, No. 2 can, each 6|c Cherries, gallon 43c Weenies, pe...

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

K? .v- C.R.GUYN WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers fceady To Walt Upon Yob When Yoa Call. m Coved It Money Mode So Why Wiite Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Hatha j ! i > I ! J Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop. Throw OFF THat COLD! Some men and women fight colds all winter long. Others enjoy the protection of Bayer Aspirin. A tablet in time, and the first symptoms of a cold get no further. If a cold ti«« caught you unaware, keep on with Bayer Aspirin until the cold is gone. Bayer Aspirin can't harm you. It does not depress the heart. If your throat is sore, dissolve several tablets in water and gargle. You will get instant relief. There's danger in a cold that hangs on for days. To say nothing of the pain and discomfort genuine Bayer Aspirin might huve spared you! All druggists; with proven directions for colds, headaches, neuralgia, neuritis, rheumatism. ST\ HO TABLETS ARE GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN WITHOUT THISCWOSS R ftftUCf BARTO...

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

:*w MAGAZINE SECTION Mn BhIim Mass TImm 9* «"« taeaaw ah-ld • . a* •aid* for Mviptftt adrcrtisiaK ntry Twr. Try H and your buinaaa wttl by leap* and bonnda. CLAUDE NEWS VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1933. WANT ADS at only 2e a word wfO ■el) MacUiiai; for cash yoo km about the place or bring yoa aomethinf yoo need at a bargain. Try it in The Clande New* at only 2e par word. Js'UMBER 27. UTTLE MARY MIXUP Trade Mark, tJJS iter U. S Pal Off By R. M. Brinkerhoff yj •SurtOAS AFTfereMooM Ag-aiM - Auu (9-irsus lM 5C+foot. G-Oik\G- ^O/2 A ■^ik'E -- "QUT , £K= MT V/AHY VJ iTH - ISMMT "D /JKfe ) "To TAKb A Wir>f * \ME2LL, I CAM T/VKe MAiD's Kittle i5ov| rora. A ota QO-METHIAJC?-v V. v -/oo — Ik Tie. ^-T Wore.i< ove^ iH T*fe. XJor^M i Toi^y'_ mmm® i . • i •< M aM COVft NEVER. -Aurar ^NV3ooY- x \3AOKT riE-;R£ - \ A "TDraKteV <?AN"i Vou "ill ;h^ N/j+^o eVE.rd -t-lEAi2r: of- T^emhcS- jA^fciAiD of A- -ruraKeV HovJ -DoMT -AvJeW praoM e\ T - ~£}A-r s LIU"/ ...

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

m *■ * en L ' r - ?■ By Aram CALLAN (Comtek!, MM. to *t (Mr Mat Ob) HE war between the States drew most of the man-power out of Southwest Texas and, as a con- sequence, Indian depredations, which had been irregular previously to that time, became more frequent and more aggravated. Many of the pioneers were caught off guard and murdered by savages. The country bordering Nueces river, toward the head draws, though thinly settled was a splendid range with an abundant water supply that made it a sort of paradise for stock raisers. Be- cause of this the more daring ranchmen braved the dangers lurking from savage foe in the fertile hills and valleys of the Nueces. Homes were constant- ly menaced by Indian attack. When a settler would go to the nearest trading point for supplies, he hardly knew whether he would find his unprotected family alive upon returning home or not. Often the red skins took advantage of such absence to make a raid, some- times killing the helpless wife and chil- dren...

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

!ln •' t '■ ■ -"-V ;<ff /£/ ' if ENT COMMENT And This Is March | ARCH is now the third month of the year, but it was not always so. Rome gave March first place in the list of months, but after a time Rome lost her power to say how things should be, and the hard-headed barons of England took charge; and one of the first things these hard-heads did was to demote March to third place. March took its name from Mars, who seems to have been a pretty good sort of fellow at the beginning, for then ho was an agricultural deity. He toiled in the heat and cold; he cut and shocked wheat when the mercury was around the 100 notch; he fed the mule in the blizzard and the sow in the snow, and did all within his power to block the depressions, such as we are now expe- riencing. But finally the tocsin of war was sounded, and this proved the ruin of Mars. He was a fellow of good phy- sique and showed up well in a uniform. The Roman ladies fell for him, and he became as popular with them as Hobson w...

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

< V. p NEWS TWINS NINETY-FIVE TEAB8 OLD Vtl Letha J. Etter at Nocona and Mrs. Margaret M. White of Springfield, Mo., twins, celebrated their ninety-first birthday recently.' They were born in Johnson county, Mo. Both twins are crippled and blind but are in reasonably good health for persons of their age. NEW MAYOR OF ANTON JUST 24 YEARS OLD Paul Whitefield, recently appointed mayor of Anton to succeed L. L. Reese, resigned, is only 24 years old. White- field is well known throughout West Texas for his advancement activities not only in his home city but through- out that section of the State. It is claimed for Whitefield that he is the youngest mayor in Texas. DALLAS MAN LOW BIDDER ON PAMPA POSTOFFICE Nathan Wohlfield of Dallas submitted the low bid for the construction of the Pampa postoffice building. In the bids opened Mr. Wohlfield offered to do the work for $128,844. Other close bidders were the Stibbard Construction Com- pany of Detroit, whose bid was $128,- 900, and Charle...

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

raw V>.' TiJ : IABIN Btg._ GLOVES for every purpose «— Oil Field, Linemen, Bridgemen, Railroad* era and Farm Work. SABIN COMPANY, GLOVES 428 Drlmont Ave. Yoanxstowfi, 0. t a MOTHERS AND IDOWS TO VISIT WAR GRAVES During the last three years ,985 mothers and widows of mericans soldiers who made he supreme sacrifice in the rVorld War have visited the aves of their sons and hus >ands in the cemeteries of Europe as guests of the Gov- ernment. This year there will be another pilgrimage of American women to the American cemeteries of Europe, enabling mothers and [widows of American soldiers [to visit the sacred spots [where the remains of their loved ones sleep, at the ex- pense of the American Gov- ernment. The pilgrimage this year will be the last under the law [making this provision. The women will be taken on fine steamers, the sailing dates of 'I'Mih are as follows: TVesident Harding, sailing from New York May 17 leorge Washington, sailing June 7; American Banker, Rifling June 2...

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

< c w P y t< o r< r Ci a: fi b I c « ■ • The home demonstration dabs of Qonsales county conduct a bi-weekly farm market and exchange in Gonzales, and the same is proving successful. Before starting sheep on winter feeding in Menard county last year, ranchers treated 50,000 head for stomach worms by drenches recommended by the So- nora Experiment Sub-Sta- tion and supervised by the county agent. The saving was estimated at $1575. The dairymen of the Edna section of Jackson county shipped to a cream- ery at Wharton a little over two million pounds of milk in the year 1932, accord- ing to the report of the county agent. This brought an income of something over $27,000 into the sec- tion, produced almost alto- gether on home-grown feeds and pastures. The 1938 clip of wool in West Texas promises to be one of the best in the his- tory of that section, due to regular rains and good feed. Shearing began in March, but the bulk of it will be done in April and May. Plans for systemati...

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

r Tjffl POPUtUATION are that the population has increas- eent in the last five . due to crimes en- couraged by hard times, en- forcement of prohibition laws, and the growing disregard for lawSKfulting from the break- i(mmm home discipline. But prison riots and escapes, which were numerous in the boom days of 1928 and 1929 have materially fallen off. In the Texas prison system the number of inmates in- creased during the last two years, but escapes were few. Much better food was served the inmates, not because food was cheaper, but because the prison system was producing a large amount of the food consumed. A variety and abundance of wholesome fresh food, including meats and vegetables, produced on prison farms, was furnished the prisoners. Inmates of the Texas prison have had better fare the last two years than thousands of the unemployed and part time employed out- side of the prisons. Another factor has operat- ed ta discourage attempts at esC^fru. That was the wise and humane cle...

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

- w meauty- Two Creams used by famous women "Pond's Two Cream* keep my skin perfectly." BEAUTIFUL and distinguished women all over the world have found that Pond's Two exquisite Creams keep their skins youthful. They praise the simplicity of Pond's Method. Use Pond's Cold Cream for thor- ough cleansing. Leave on a bit after the nightly cleansing to.relieve tense- ness and prevent lines. It does not clog the pores or dry the skin. Use Pond's Vanishing Cream for protection. It prevents wind, heat or cold from causing irritation. It gives ■ soft finish to the skin and is aa excellent powder base. Try these marvelous creams. You will find they are actually all you need to keep an alluring skin. Ceprricbt, 1083, Poud'a Eitrmct Company RETIRED ENGINEER AND WIFE PLAN TO VISIT EVERY STATE With nearly fifty-one years of continuous service to his credit with the Texas & Pacific Railway, R. R. Ram- say of Fort Worth, who re- tired July 1, 1931, as the senior employ of that com- pany, expec...

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

M&sm wm, ^ CLAUDE NEWS Want Advertising at only 2 cent* a word will veil ximettiing fur ca«Ji juu have about the pUte or orin< you miim thln( you need at a bargain. Try H In The News at only 2 cent* a word. VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COtJNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAR. 10, 1933. NU.MBLK 27. Armstrong Co. Boys and Girls At Stock Show The boys and girls from Arm- strong County made an excellent showing In Amarlllo with their live stock. While the club pigs received only one place, that won by a litter of 5 Duroc pigs shown by William Rodgers of Fairvlew, nearly all the sheep were ex- hibited by this county. The Fin- ley sheep took 4 of the 5 places offered in mutton lambs and also grand champion. In the fine wool class the Rodgers flock took the money In all classes. Finished calves from Armstrong made a very notlcable showing—in Senior calves Troy Whatley took 2nd place; Jar- * rett Ransom took 3rd place; O. C. Whatiey 7th place and Darda- nella Whatiey 12th place. All these calves...

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

p^R©nK5«0BHHBiB P BVBRY FRIDAY f, jmr—ft JO Omnty, imt ISM in ^~i*s*i,'To "eter, a Representative, * Austin or to. Poroses. should vote ac- Ideas utMiWM <3# Uje wishes of hia constituent*. - He should vote according to the dictates of lob- byists, or better stlU vote for the measures that will bring him' the most CASH Ignoring the wishes of «r such acts to other days. - vii" •, - ■- *<■* *•.* tiadlfvt ' <a*- •£ . Readers ol newspapers are fast .. — ,vt .;tonnbig not to' blame the editor cording to his own prercencetved what others write - and sign and have published in said news* papers. The editor might disagree with part or all of articles placed In his papsr. Being Democratic the editor allows everybody to have their say regarding politics or the people who voted for him. any other public question that may That Representative who will not come up tm discussion. If its a bow to the will of a majority of signed article don't blame the Edi- his constituents, is a cheat and ...

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

W3y "W .a* - NttSON GRAIN ADS J^SS < 4*rjkn SAWS ' Sharpened and .Set ONLY cents eaclwHood Service Sta- 25-tf NOTICE TO PUBLIC Aftef March 13, the County will cease to pay bounty on Coyotes — S. P. Mathews, County. Judge. 26-c ! Each 3Vzc FOR SALE—Texas Red Rust Proof Seed Oats, direct from Gray- son County. — NELSON DRAIN COMPANY. 26-c POST OFFICE BEAUTY SHOP Permanent waves $1.95 and up complete. Soft water shampoo and set 50c. Hair tinting a specialty. Second door north of Post Office, Amarlllo, Texas. Prone 4187. 30-c CHICKENS—TURKEYS Star Parasite Remover, given in their drinking water, used as di- rected, 'destroys all disease, caus- ing germs and worms, rids them of all blood-sucking lice, mites, fleas and Blue bugs. Keeps them in good health and egg production, and saves the life of all baby chicks, or your money refunded. At Gun- ter's Drug Store. 36c. '"H rrwrrrrrrrrrrr ▼ Became a Syndicate Writer €arn money in tp.,e time writing lot newtpapvrt. Th 'short rout*" to nati...

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

RaapiUr 118.80 Now *12.80. Chick Capacity,. Regular Price $24.00 Now $18.00 OLD KENTUCKY HOME INCUBATORS 0 En Incubators, Regular Price $25.00 Now $16.50 280 Egg Incubators, Regular Price $32.50 Now $23.50 10% down, balance small monthly Pay- npents or 5% off for cash. Gaude Hardware & Furn. Co. YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED PHONE 49 ! RUBYM. AYRtS *© tOOMJMY letAUCO. JUST A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE 8m our bargain counter, low priced notions, men's and boys' work clothes, also ladies dresses, etc. The price is cut to the bone. 8taple and fancy groceries lower than ever before, we pay highest market price for country produce. Buy Here And Save. C.R.GUYN Laundry Baths WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Ready To Wait Upon You When You Call. Tina Caved Is Money Made So Why Waste Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop Phone 77. W. A. McMurray, prop. aBOogooooBcxKsosssssaoaaoaBacssatssssxaa^^ ' IfofP NOW IS THE TIME TO SET OUT YOUR SHADE TREE FRUI...

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

' -• .' -' . • • *• '-.-y .'•'.•= ,'". f - •ffjirm fy '■■ V \Si mm+ - r^^ISi - •My; NEWS >* ' w VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FBIDAY, MAS. 17, 18J3. NUMW ai safe Armstrong Co. Boys and Girls Congratulated The boys and girls of Armstrong county who supplied the livestock to make our local baby beef show possible and so eMellently rep- resented our county In baby beef at Amarlllo are to be congratulated and at the same time to be asked to do the same thing again in March 1934. Have you figured out how much these 14 boys and girls received for their work and efforts? Just re - member there were 14 of these youngsters who carried exhibits and they brought back $1280 10 to Armstrong county. Of course that wasn't all profit but none of these youngsters lost money on their efforts. Let us look Into the future and suppose we double the number of calves exhibited at the show In 1934 and let us suppose President Roosevelt is successful A Successful P. T. A. Meeting Friday Nig...

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

■Up* mir fmdat. Mr, ymt—Hil Uttto* CITATION BY PUBLICATION STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CONSTABLE OF ARM STRONG COUNTY, TEXAS— OREETINO: You Are 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 April, 1933, being the Third day of April, 1933, then and there to an- swer a petition filed in the said Court on the 18 day of February. A. D„ 1933; the file number of which Is 801. 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 suppor...

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

*nd Set ONLY of Hie lng to ma and redlculous to mbw to nmMiiMr how Um Ug banker* of thU coun- try derided the IdM of Issuing two i* itfnrt madtv aiio*'biu,on hilars ,«Mter currency, and T 0,T,CB ■¥WT* SHOr talking about how sound their institutions are and how solid we, as a nation, were on the gold standard basis, and - they also said how dangerous is was for the gov- ernment to Issue currency; but now they want to feed us on script and paper buncombe Issued against their already worthless securities which nobody wants or will have. Of course, the situation "M" SYSTEM FRIDAY A SATURDAY SPECIALS Ftrmanent. waves 1.9S and up . Soft water shampoo and jet Me. Hair tinting a specialty. Sirmtnl door north of Post Office. .AnarUIo, Texas. Prone 4187. 30-c CHICKENS—TURKEYS Star Parasite Remover, given in tbelr drinking water, used as di- rected. destroys all disease, caus- _ blood-iucklng°rUce, 'mfte^fiea.s has become 80 serlous that we and Blue bugs. Keeps them In good health and egg prod...

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