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

■ J !'?i ; THE WAY YOU LIKE 'EM m Everybody knows how waffle* taste best—and here's how to get them that way. The new Electric Waffle Iron brings them to jmt the golden shade you most prefer—without attention Iron you! You pour in the batter and eat the finished waffle —the Iran does the rest. Without grease or smoke an Electric Waffle Iron does just what you ask of it and then indicates when the waffle is ready for serving! Your breakfast will be much more pleasant when you've select- ad one of the new and vastly Improved models now on display at your local dealers. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Companif «i BIG JUICY HAMBURGERS REAL GOOD CHILI 'WAG MAKES THEM" WAG INN JUST A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Set our bargain counter, low priced notions, men's and boys' work clothes, also ladies dresses, etc. The price is cut to the bone. Staple 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 T...

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

■••- •'- iffiifffijic'' . J Mm: 1km par Mat el tl7 || k Iki (font ami watch iwr Mm pit hp CLAUD NEWS ■t «lr I ■I ftm mm* at i to TW not* at only t **y a *= volume 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAR. H, 1*33. Numn at -sp =S5 I -M V L An Answer To Editor Davis Of Free Press (Editor's Note: The News receiv- ed a letter from Hon. H. D. Davis. Editor Of The Ventura Free Press of Ventura, California, in which he, Mr. Davis, takes all farmers to task for not reducing their acre- age and reducing the amount they produce from year to year. He says Farmers are to blame for LOW PRICES. Read The Claude News Editor's Reply to Mr. Davis' letter and then drop us a line saying whether we are right In our contentions, or If Mr. Davis Is right.) My Dear Mr. Davis:— I have read with c great deal Of Interest your good letter, written under date of March 14th, and must give you my side of the ver- sion of HARD TIMES and LOW PRICES as you have so generously given me yours. I still maintain ...

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

THE STATE OT TEXAS TO TKB SHERIFF OR ANY CON- •TABLE OF ARMSTRONG OOOTTTY: OREETINO TOO in commanded to summon V. A. Hunt, hit heir* or aniens who in unknown to appear on the ZRh day of March 1933, before the ■aerial commissioners appointed by UH County Judge of Armstrong County. Texas, to be held in the oont House thereof at 10:00 A. ML March 27th, 1933, to answer to a filed In said court on the day of March 1933 filed num- M, la which suit the State V Texas ts plaintiff and W. A Hunt his heirs or assigns are de- todanta, the cause of action being ja t forth In petition above re- fined to you are commanded such •tadaata and to serve this ci- tation by making publication of MM once a weak far three con- mettft weeks previous to the re- tarn day thereof In the Claude Call not but have you be- toe said special commissioners on the 97U> day of the March term thereof, this writ with your return tbflMof Showing how you have ex- ecuted (he same. Otrea under my hand and iieal Jf said Co...

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

Ctarles Boettaker * 4, mllHouirt ■ob of D«mt bukM, who *ai kid msppod aad bold for 960,000 raaaom. bnagiftg «a u alltgod "gaag war" la Dwto> whieh stirred ttenld-wtst. "WANT ADS START YOUR—Baby Chicks Right *ith Purina All-Mash Star- tena.—NELSON GRAIN CO. 30-c SAWS Sharpened and Set only 35 cents each.—Hood Service Sta- tion 25-tf POST OFFICK beauty shop Permanent waves $1.95 and up complete. Soft water shampoo and /sot 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 dl- UWU UIUUW15 ujiu ua U - 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 k saves the life of all baby chicks.! or your money refunded. At Gun- "~ ter's Drug Store. 36c. Off' CANTON Mr. D. L. Adams of Wayside, waa here Saturday In the in- terest Of the road being m...

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

IMcliJiK real good chiu fag makes them' Kffffii wag inn is®,' just a good place to trade it our bargain counter, low priced notions, men's and boys' Work clothes, also ladies dresses, etc. The price Is cut to the bone. Staple and fancy groceries lower than ever before, we pay highest market price for country produce. Buy Here And Save. C.R.GUYN ItWSXXXXSXSXSXSSXSXXXSXSXXXSXXXSXSSSXXKXSXX* !S0eeS06S**Xi6*S6$X!«ltSX^50eSS1<SXWI6XXS0«30$S6X36Xil 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 Palace Barber Shop B Phone 77. I ^ W. A. McMurray, prop. E. L. SMITH AMARILLO BAND HOUSE AT PHONE 6036 116 EAST FIFTH STREET AMARILLO, TEXAS We Buy, Sell, and Trade, New and Sec- ond Hand Musical Instruments and Repair all kinds of Musical Instruments. We carry the Largest Stock of BAND INSTRUMENTS in West Texas, either new or second hand and buy sell o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1933

Ml'M1! -A a- •* •£ ?..■'•'>* . 5 • • % ' Try II hi The Nm w4 rreW^yMa* ■ NEWS da l at i at Mb I CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, HAS. 11, INS Ferguson Favors the Sales Tax On Goods IP ■ Mr. Jamas E. Ferguson, Austin, Texas. My Dear Sir:- I have just 'read, with a great deal of interest, your editorial, In last week's Ferguson Forum head- ed "The Sales Tax BUI". to this article you say: "We had Just as well face the facts and say plainly that the people are not able to pay this fifty-seven mil- lion dollars, or' even one-half of It. If they could not pay. over three-fourths of their taxes, or twenty-five million dollars, last year, then how can they be ex- pected to pay fifty-seven millions tfils year? Yea, how can they be expected to pay even twenty-five million dollars, or as much as they did last year?" Mr. Ferguson, you state that our people cannot be expected to-pay Dftwklns even twenty-five million dollars,1 u lqnn or as much as they did last year(|M Neison yet in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1933

% • S MM V ' Oct that new number for your car to-day, If you have not al- ready done so. To-morrow will be loo late. o The Columbia University Head. Prof. John Dewey, says public edu- cation can never be secured as long a* Its policies are dominated by treat Financial Interests. The More County News has a voting contest going on about di- viding Texas and making more than one state. His vote now stands >W for a new state to 31 op- poaed to a division of Texas into another state. o Those big Business Czars, Invest- ment Swindlers and Profiteers, have caused more want, misery, Murder, starvation, ruin and wreck of this nation than all the wars peatllents we ever had. They should be sent to the pen, or shot at sunrise. o State 8enator H. P. Dougherty of Oklahoma, says if any schools are to be closed It should be the Colleges and Universities of Okla- homa. He wants all schools to re- main in tact, but should not e- nough money come in for rural and small schools, and Colleges and Un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1933

lismrn CAWS Sharpened and Set ONLY M6U each—Hood Service Sta- 85-tf DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, 411 Mcdlcal Aits Building Amarlllo, Ttiu IV OTFfCE BEAUTY SHOP Permanent waves $1.85 and up MDpkte. Soft water shampoo and ■ft 80e. 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 dl- rected, destroys all disease, caus- ing germs and worms, rids them of til blood-sucking lice, mites, fleas and Blue bugs. Keeps them in good health and egg production, and •aves the life of all baby chicks, or your money refunded. At Gun- ter'a Drug Store. 36c. POSTED NOTICE This la to notify the public that •II of tba J. A. Pasture* art posted, and bunting, trapping or fishing la not permitted and all trespassers | will be proaecuted. CLINTON ■ENRY, Asst. Mgr. u-tf-e DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST 111 FISH MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMARUXO. — TEXAS rrrrrrrrrrrrrr ▼ mniTrrmn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 March 1933

m*- t-- ' \••• armturelo - . ' * .A - ' *.«V % Street, Amntt^Tcni ■• • • • Furniture Store where you can boy New or Slightly Used FURNITURE At Depression Prices, Prices to suit your Pocket Bode during the Panic. BED ROOM SUITES as Low as $20 and up. DINING ROOM SUITES As Low as $27.50 and up. LIVING ROOM SUITES As Low as $15.00 and up. Two Exceptional Good Radios Electrical, 8-Tube Screen Grid AT ONLY F.gnsggj h'fcjf. $ 29 50 Each Everything Else Priced Accordingly LOW JUST A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE See our bargain counter, low priced notions, men's and boys' clothes, also ladles dresses, etc. The price Is cut to the bone, .-and fancy groceries lower than ever before, we pay market price for country produce. Buy Here And Save. C.R.GUYN Laundry Bathi WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Three Chairs: Three Good Barbers Ready To Wall Upon You When Yoa Call. Tlase Caved Ii Money Made 80 Why Waste Time Waiting. VISIT US OFTEN. WE WILL PLEASE YOU Palace Barber Shop PbMM 77. W. A. MeMurray, prop. E. L. SMITH ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

.... . .' hrf*-: • "• -.- ■ ■ «> • " * ■* " '* ■ ' 'J* ■ : ■ ■ ■ . ~ ,'• NEWS jfcjg — <j>LUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1933. NUMRIR SL Walter McLaren Writes About the Earthquake April 1. 1933. Hello Central: -Please give me E. A. Parson's place at Claude. Hello Daddy: Is this you? Well. I thought I would drop you a few lines. You heard of deserts In California, this Is a paradise com- pared with the country we saw •fter leaving Amarlllo and pass- ing 'through New Mexico. We got to Alamagordo the first night. Of course it was 11:45 before we left Amarlllo Sunday. The second night or Monday night we stayed at Flagstaff. The next morning we drove about 40 miles and turned , North and went out and took In "v the Grand Canyon. This Is a place of course kept up by the govern- ment. We saw the large monument that was erected in memory of John Wesley Powell. There was an * lnscrlDtlon on this monument that read something Uke this: "He was Bill Wisdom wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

We notice where William Rus- sell Clark, In his Memphis Demo- crat says: "The Democrat has been a staunch supporter of Prohibition In all Its phases but that great and noble experiment to all In- tents and purposes, is now over." In other words The Good Old Democrat, one of the leading pa- pers In the Panhandle, has fallen by the way-side. Sorry, Brother Russell, to see you grow so des- pondent Just at a time when they have advised 3:2 per cent beer and wines for our stomach's sake. How- ever, there is some chance of your redemption and we will still live In hopes. Just as long as Sam Bras well of The Clarendon News, Judge HU1 of the Tahoka News, Bob Haynes of the Miami Chief, Editor Shaw of the Higgins News, Clyde Warwick of the Canyon News, John L. McCarty of Dalhart Texan and Editor Holcomb of Moore County News, "Stay in there and pitch*, The Claude News editor will be found bating those Prohibition Balls across the Anti- Saloon League Diamond. As before stated, give the liquor I...

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

WANTEDS T OFFICE BEAUTY SHOP Permanent wave* 11.96 and up plete. Soft water shampoo and 50c. Hair tinting a specialty, cond door north of Post Offlc*, arlllo, Texas. Prone 4187. 30-c SAWS Sharpened and Set ONLY |S cents eaeli.—Hood Service Sta- tion 25-tf ■ CHICKENS—TURKEYS Slar Parasltt Remover, given in their drinking water, used us di- rected, destroys ail 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 ail buby chicks, or your money refunded. At Gun- ter's Drug Store. 36c. POSTED NOTICE Thla 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 Wilt be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Haflny taken charge of THE CAPROCK HOTEL AND CAFE, we are Inviting the hungry public to give us a call h*rt order*, plate lunches, sandwiches, served at all hours....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

«t«i MOM ipljir i to tf> mow^mllee ot jw; jwo trttmll Can ^ba^ Installed In halt minute. ABSO- OtTAXAMTBD or Mooey Refunded. Write or «all w * WILSON. 613 13th Street, Amariilo. Texaa. be in Claude Saturday. AprU 16th on West iide of Retail price 69.06 each; but one to pancn tar HALF PRICE. i**p dont Neglect your eyes, glasses are cheaper We otter you our twelve years experience in the exclusive ctady and practice of Optometry (Examining eyes, fitting The most modern diagnostic equipment, and the very finest optical material that is made. PRICES IN ACCORD WITH THE TIMES WHEN YOU THINK OF GLASSES THINK OF DR. T. M. Montgomery Office in Whitcomb's CM Polk Street, AmariUo, Texas BBBOaaWMWOSSSSXXSSSSSSSXSXSKSSXSSX^^ JUST A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Bee our bargain counter, low priced notions, men's and boys' work clothes, also ladles dresses, etc. The price is cut to the bone. (Staple and fancy groceries lower than ever before, we pay highest market price for country produce. Buy Here And ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

MAGAZINE SECTION i ■ •. •f TMr graaa liern ahaald h ut aaide far aewapaper UTirtblif erary year. Try It nl your bateau will by leaps and CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at ea)y it a wart wfO •ell aomettiaf far caafc jam kara about the place er brfaf yea aaaathtef yea aeed at a barf aim. fry it te The Claude Neva at aaly te par rait VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933. NUMBER 32. UTLt MARY MIX.UP Trade Mark. ltji, Reg. U. 8. Pat. Off. By R. M. Brinkerhoff tHat ANE> 4EEE >S A- \ 1 <\LLOW ^oes ih ""fcbo^s -BUT Tt+eV c-AH 6LE6P i'h 6-AteAc=e WiTTf Vou re. CAft - hatsez T3uT Where vjill MV -sl.ee: p -nle.v ll (9-e.t AVjful uoajeso^ie. T+lfcrlie SELVES a VouMcS LAoV, njose Y>XV kcep STILL, -R+tiJ 13^13 0 _ ICeEP -STILLy SODd - -Voo'teE. K%EP /H' EveG^QooV aviate f T)Q<£-S OP Vouras «4f2E Kfe EPi ^C- L! £ AW A (< & —v/e. ctam'T -HAVE, that & ViPfJiP l. -tf+eW '^E oh LT "TiM& To CS-&T* op MA-reV- -ffAve ftlEee -HuMDia&O ta ILE^ T3 &l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

Pel p>?ss? enator, .*:■ rnor by GnMar jPRIL, ths month of blossoms and balmy brim in T«es, it also the month that Texas won her in- dependence from Mexico, for the Battle of San Jacinto waa fought and won April 21, 1836. Almost a century has passed since this memorable battle, yet the name of Sam Houston, in command of the little Texas army of recruits that defeated Santa Anna's veterans, is still revered. Time adds to rather than detracts from the lustre of his fame and patriotism. Sam, or Samuel Houston, the son of a Revolutionary soldier, was born on a farm near Lexington, Virginia, March 2, 1783. His father died, leaving a I widow and nine children with little property, and the family soon removed to the Tennessee frontier. The boy, Sam, : had spent nearly all his time in the open air and, when his older brothers tried to make a clerk of him, he ran away to ; live among the Indians for about three years, until he was eighteen years old. Then he taught a country school for a f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

on *' i '< ■/ i,t '*1 U R R E NT COMMENT &jlhJM>£W • ¥ * (OwtUkt. IMS, by tto tat Mar Nat Ca.) Pity the Writer MAN whose reputation as a writer is far more than Statewide said to me recently that he deeply re- grets that he began writing. He happy on the farm—a child of ire who loved singing birds, the romping of calves and the rippling rills. With an eye susceptible to the charms of the beautiful and an ear thrilled by the cadence of song, each day down on the farm was to him a new season of gladness. But he began writing. The people praised his efforts and ambition to excel became a consuming fire. Soon the smile on hia lips was curled into a frown, for writing was no longer a past- time, but a business. He has given to the world many stories that pleased, and the world has not been sparing in praise, but praise buys no more now than it did when poor Oliver Goldsmith died penniless of a broken heart. Most writers think they will quit some day and return to the farm, or e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

:V: I GAVEL GIVEN COKB STEVENSON Coke 9tevenson, speaker of the Tex- as House of Representatives, was re- cently presented a ravel made from a post oak rail split by the late Governor Stephen Hogs when he was 18 years old. The gavel was made by R. D. Adrian of Mineola and the presentation was by Ben Cathey, member of the House from Wood county. The handle was made from a limb of a pecan tree planted by Governor Hogg in the yard of his home at Mineola. TEXAS SEVENTH IN SOUTHS FURNITURE INDUSTRY Texas ranks seventh among the Southern States in furniture manufac- ture, according to figures from the 1930 census on manufacturing. North Caro- luir'* output valued at S56.737.000 r-'ik first, Virginia with a total of >28,221,000 is second. Texas' figures were $6,740,000 with forty-four es- tablishments, employing 177 salaried executives and employes and 1,512 wage-earners with payrolls respective- ly of $488,722 and Sl.813,963. It is es- timated that the work of 17,500 fur- niture worker...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

fa** tfl IABIN SABIN COMPANY, GLOVES 2d. 428 Bflmont Ave. Youngittown, O. GLOVES for every purpose — Oil Field, Linemen, Rridgemen, Railroad- ers and Farm Work. TEXAS IMMORTELLES Mite original copy of the Texas Declaration of Indepen- dence has been carefully pro- served and can be seen in the rotunda of the Capitol at Aus- tin with the signatures of the following: Richard Ellis, C. B. Stewart, Edwin Waller, Asa Brigham, J. S. D. Byron, Fras. Ruis, J. Anto. Navarro, J. B. Badgett, W. D. Lacy. Wm. Menefee, John Fisher, M. Coldwell, W. Motley, L. I). Zavala, Andrew Briscoe, S. II. Everitt, A. E. Stapp, Clae. West, W. B. Scales, M. B. Me- nard, A. B. Hardin, J. W. Bun- ton, Thos. G. Gaze ley, R. M. Coleman, S. C. Robertson, Geo. C. Childress, B. Hardi- man, John W. Moore. R. Pot- ter. George W. Smyth, James Collingsworth. Thos. J. Rusk, Chas. S. Taylor, John S. Rob- erts, R. Hamilton, C. McKin- ney, A. II. Latimer, .Tames Power, Sam Houston, David Ttf mas, E. Conrad, Martin Parmer, E. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

■■■.: ... . Up until 25 years ago ox teams were seen often in Polk county, but they be- gan gradually to disappear. They gave away to horses and mules, and in many cases the horses and mules gave way to tractors. Now the order is reversed. The tractor has been replaced by horses and mules, and recently a number of Polk county farmers have been replacing their horses and mules with oxen. Accord- ing to W. J. Mills, some of the farmers are engaged in breaking steers for others. When thoroughly broke the steers, or oxen, will be used to pull plows and wagons. Five dollars for two dozen eggs. This was the record price received recently by a farmer living near Temple. Two strangers, trying to sell him some merchandise, failed, but said eggs were high in their home city and they would like to buy two dozen for 15 cents. In pay- ment they tendered a $5 bill. When the farmer said he did not have the change, they suggested he give them a check for the differ- ence, which he did. After they l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 April 1933

PUMPifR *1 iP.Ufl .UIIJj.IL TEXAS' RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS Total receipts of the State government for the fiscal ear ending September 1, }32, were $96,894,751.25. Of "this amount $24,175,000.24 came from ad valorem taxes, $28,213,020.59 from the gaso- line tax, while the gross re- ""^ipts tax yielded $7,001,- ^99.89. Other receipts in- clude: Insurance companies occupation, $2,236,950.37; cig- arette, $3,320.645.42; fran- chise, $1,490,349.73; gross re- ceipts $1,553,706.88; licenses, $3.636,619.11; fees and per- mits, $1,130,384.55; land sales, rentals and royalties, $2,355,983.84; interest and penalties, $3,623,324.22; fed- eral, county and other aid, $15,803,686.68. The above are major sources of income. Principal expenditures follow; Judicial, $2,371,198.90; mili- tary and law enforcement, $1,208,466.22; regulation of business and industry, $1,- 137,021.70; development and conservation of natural re- sources, $1.978.007.21; high- ways, $39,458,336; eleemosy- nary and correcti...

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