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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

wrap oneer w Fortitude and Resourcefulness By CORA MELTON CROSS mm I, firt Worth, Tan. (Copyright, :o j, by (tie Home Color Print Co.* 1 EWIS V. Manning, born at Hamil- ton, Texas, in pioneer days, and who now lives in Fort Worth, says he "knew Texas when it was so raw it bled at every pore. It was in 1854 that Ezekial and Nancy Manning ended a two months covered wagon journey from Missouri to Texas. Locating near the Leon riv- er, at Hamilton, Texas, Ezekial hastily threw up a brush arbor for day quart- ers and used the wagon for night lodg- ing. He spoke lightly of danger from Indians, but felled trees from dawn until sundown to get going a log cabin for better protection. With the cabin walls up, he burned rocks to get lime for chinking; rived elm boards for the roof; swung a heavy timber door; built a chimney: laid a floor of flat rocks with mortar-filled cracks and then moved in- to his new pioneer home. "In that house, October, 1861, I was born," said Lewis Manning, "and only ...

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

mm URRENT COMMENT False Teeth |ORE people wear false teeth than the world is aware of or ■K.the wearer will admit. For a long time I was an uncom- promising enemy of false teeth, hut to- day I would fight for them any time, and I would chase a thief who stole my false teeth farther than I would chase ft thief who stole my trousers. When first placed in a person's mouth, false teeth feel far more like a monkey wrench or a padlock than grinders of food, but they bear acquaintance well and soon become a friend that one is not willing to be separated from, even for B day. Dental science has made such progress and the artificial molars are now so perfect in design and imitate the work of nature so admirably that it is difficult indeed to separate those who chew with artificial teeth from those who grind their food with nature's grinders. History tells us that there were no false teeth until the year 1800, nnd I cannot but wonder how the people who lost their teeth prior to that time mana...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

Wm I BRIEF TEXAS NEWS too [ NEGRO UNEARTH8 JAR OF GOLD Emerson Polk, a negro living near Rusk, recently plowed up a glass jar containing gold coins said to have amounted to $925. Polk purchased a motor car and retired from the farming business. FIRST NEW RATTLERS The Hood ranch, near Camp Springs, was the 6cene recently of the first big rattlesnake killing of the year. Fifty- seven rattlers were shot bv the party composed of Will Nichols, Ben and Marion Hamilton and Gurley Carney. Reptiles are coming out of their dens in large numbers, and frequent "rattle- snake parties" will be staged during the next few weeks. The hunters have kill- ed many rattlers and have also done their share of catching the poisonous snakes. It is reported from that sec- tion of the State that there are many snakes of all varieties this year, and that rattlers are more numerous than any other kind. DOG SAVES TWO LIVES FROM POISONING FUMES A dog saved the lives of a woman and child during the heavy freeze whi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

£or Exquisite Skin Tone Mr*. Morgan Belmont I— mil "nakk off with Ftnd'l VanUhlnt Cream — the Ideal powder bue and protection!" T> KEEP your skin smooth and fine uk Pond's Vanishing Cream a* • finish before powdering. It gives the skin a lovely tone and is a pro- tection against exposure. If nrglect has caused roughened or chapped skin, this silky cream will heal it. To keep your skin thoroughly cleansed use Pond's Cold Cream, lis rich oils remove all foreign particles without destroying the natural t-kin oils or clogcing the pores. A hit left on overnight relieves facial strain and wards off age-telling lines. These Two Creams w ill keep yrtur skin beautifully fresh. Copyright, 1933, Pond's I'Hrtrf Company A LITTLE FUN Jokes to Make You Laugh Just Teach Him A very dirty boy attended a certain school. One day the teacher sent the boy's mother a note saying that he was not clean and that she ought to bathe him oftener. The mother sent the teacher a note in reply, in which she said...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

- TEXAS FARM NEWS People of Michigan Prairie, a community in Fannin county, will during the coming season cultivate twelve acres of land, the proceeds of which will be used for the church at that place. Robert Heath of Wesley Chapel in Houston county, finding no sale for his acre of peanuts grown as a 4-H club demonstration, roast- ed his crop from week to week and sold them in small bags in town every Saturday. With his nickels and dimes he has bought five setting of eggs and is going into the chicken busi- ness. Age doesn't slow up Cooke county's veteran farmers who are just as progressive as the younger ones, de- clares L. L. Johnson, coun- ty agent. He says three of them, all well over 60 years of age, have terraced nearly every acre of their rolling lands since he taught them how to do it over a year ago. G. L. Blair, who lives near Mabry, Red River county, will plant more than 10,000 onion plants for his 1933 crop. This number of plants will cover several acres. Mr. Blair and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

TEXAS PRODUCES BEST OIL PRODUCTS \Jexas is the oil producing ^4?refining center of the world, supplying the dominat- ing portion of both the crude and finished petroleum pro- ducts being consumed in all thfcaationa. Of the vast flow tflrude from the State's more than 44,000 oil wells, the greater part is turned into useable refined commodities within the State, the refin- eries constituting one of Tex- as' greatest industries; an in- dustry bringing many mil- lions of dollars annually into the State. Of these enormous quantities of refined products, a scant 16 per cent is consum- ed within Texas, the remain- der being diverted to trade channels which carry them even to the far corners of the earth. These facts are indicative of the importance of oil to the average Texan. In view of tremendous personal interest each Texan, whether he rec- ognizes it or not, has in oil, it may be assumed that he is under a moral obligation to patronize those companies which produce and refine oil uafh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 May 1933

y | W& r •; " Wp 9 , n • oman s Page By MM. NAMAIIT STUTI HOME PROBLEMS - STANDING IN THE LIGHT One day my little daughter was reading and unintentionally I came between her and the light from the window. "Mother," she said, "you are standing in my light. How can I see to read? How can I learn anything?" All day long I thought of daughter's re- mark: "Mother you are standing in my light." I wonder how many of us are standing in our own light and in the light of others? It is awful to be cut away from God's light. Wat-h the blind man groping down the street—his sightless world a swimming void of darkness. But there is another sightless world that is more dreary, more filled with horror than the world of those physically blind. It is the world of those mentally and spiritually blind. I began to take stock of myself—I began to wonder, "Am I standing in the light of some- one near or dear to me?" How many little things we can do to block the progress of an- other; how many little th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1933

kg — " i V*-:' - CLAUDE NEWS rn Ml M • In The Neva at mif LOTH 44. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY U, 1 3S. NUMRBR It Red Cross Quilt- 1 ing begins Again At Court House To the ladles of Armstrong county Who wish to help In the quilting at the Red Cross Depart- ment, I wish to announce that we have another quilt up now, and will appreciate any help you can donate. These quilts are being prepared for the needy people of the county and we are beginning how In order that we may have plenty of time to furnish these people who actually suffered dur- ing the zero weather of last win- ter, with an Inefficient amount of covert to keep them and their families warm during the coming cold season. When you come to "Y the Red Cross Rwms and donate a few minutes or hours quilting, you are helping the needy people of your town and county Just as much as though you had donated T articles of clothing or food. We are also beginning our sew- ing for the season, and are plan- Ding to have e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1933

; y. . '.; Mm County yaw-x-AlJ* i Km Oauaty, jwr M M Behold the luscious cherries. O my, O me, O my! They mix a few with com starch And call it cherry pie. :0: It is better to die boosting than to live rusting. o As the cannibal hostess said to her cook, youth must be served. o This inflation business sounds better when you understand it. o Evidently the Nipponese are fighting to make the world safe for Japocracy. "I 1936, tlon they don't know how it'll be in but if th' prcsidental 'lec- wuz t' be held right now could jist as well sr.ve th' fey the fanner, lmtMd at B Hb$ to pay be FOUR DOLLARS tor rmry dollar sorrowed, then the farmer* surely lo want Inflation of Money. The Parmer who owes $100 in tax would rather pay 9100 In tans instead of paying $400 in tax which he is now doing, when taxes are figured on the basis _ of the price of farm products. The Herald edi- tor should explain what he means by INFLATION. He must have meant DEFLATION—drawing the money in; talcing it out of ci...

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

& ' . fc , >'> rv - '; .\ v ' * •"; " • "• ^j?* ■ . EXTRA! EXTRA! Men! Women! Children! HERES A TP YOU CANT AFFORD TO PASS UP—PUN NOW ID ATTEND LEVRCS GREAT SAMPLE SHOE SALE LADIES PUMPS OXFORDS & SANDALS Be here early to get a pair of these high grade shoes. BEGINS THURSDAY, MAY 11th PROFITS FORGOTTEN HERE'S POSITIVE PROOF! We have made a special purchase of men's and women's sample shoes in in almost every wanted size, and width. We are now passing this unusual purchase on to our customers at unheard of low prices. Included in this sale are hundreds of pairs of shoes from our regular stock for men, women, and children, at prices far below wholesale. If it's Bargains you want, come to LEVINE'S, 6th and Taylor Streets. 'HOODS" TOP GRADE TENNIS SHOES This sturdy footwear, all sizes, is equipped with HI- GENE INSOLES which eli- minates all bad odors. WOMEN'S FELT AND LEATHERETTE HOUSE SHOES 25c Assorted Colors Serviceable BARGAINS FOR ALL! WOMEN'S BEACH SANDALS 89c Crepe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1933

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 May 1933

- t nWWW •!§•• fflrtn for nfty feg- poUata,—Mn. Fred frietfwih SAIL Xnaurtnoc. flee T? J.'We for OM tine Rail Insurance. * 38tI ZIMMERMAN'S Wonder Salve and Pyles. Pine OQ Pyorrhea, Rheumatism and other ptlni. iBold at Ounter's Drilg' Store, Wwbtriy Drug, Ooodnight-,'-Pat- rick Orooery, Conway. 36-p .—. > <. . 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 clucks, or your money refunded. Ai OUnJS ter's Drug Store. 36c.. POSTED NOTICE Thla is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pasture* are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON I HENRY, Asst. Mgr. mm Now Since You will need some WORK CLOTHES. And don't forget we havf 'em. Selling At Half Price Big line new straw hats at big...

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

asps mwKm psr and that ALL THE TIME itrttftffth and Money are saved when aarvices of this Laundry are em- it is a sure way to lengthen the life of your clothes as well as your OWN. We call for and Deliver at your door in Claude—Tuesday and Thursday of each week.. Clarendon Steam Laundry CLARENDON. TEXAS. jOWWEWW 1 WHEN IN AMARILLO STOP AT HOTEL PALO DURO _____ Third and Filmore Streets Rates $1.00 and up Your Suit Pressed FREE Also Free Storage If Traveling: Write Palo Duro Traveling Bureau, Care Palo Duro Hotel, Amarlllo. Share Expenses and Save the Difference. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES, GLASSES ARE CHEAPER We offer you our twelve years experience in the exclusive study and practice of Optometry {Examining eyes, fitting |kM). 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 \ Iti Polk Street, Amarillo, Texas I "Is Electricity PADLOCKED i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1933

Our Mothers' Day Union Services Christian Church Probably there is no town In Texas where the various churches get along as nicely as our churches do at Claude. Each church in Claude had regular Mothers' Day Services at their respective places of worship last 8unday Morning, and Sunday evening May 14th, the various churches of Claude combined their efforts and met to put on one Grand Union services and an in- teresting program at the First Christian church at Claude, where we had an overflowing house many being turned away at the door for lack of room to seat them. Those whe enjoyed this excellent program are due thanks to Pastor Moore of the First Christian church, Pastor Russell of the First Baptist church. Pastor Wllklns of the First Methodist church, Fred Chastaln chorister of the Baptist church and many others who prepared and delivered this Mo- thers' Day Program to an ap- preciate audience, Sunday evening. The Program was carried out as follows: Song By Congregation. Invocati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1933

3 I ? I * No individual or com of Individuals should eon tool our money market. That U a Government (unction and should never be allowed to |et into the hand* of Money Gambler*, who have WRECKED. RUINED, and DEBAUCHED this nation. They have the credit of this panic on their hands. They have taken their pound of flesh and caused more Sailiug the higli a«ua euroutv to Brazil art Mr«. Alice Lit Varra (top), and ber litter in-law, Mr«. Andre La Varre (below), the two women members of tbe La V rre Br xili«u Ouiana Expedition headad for unexplored jungles. Ttivv will b« the tlrst while women ever to gu into thia great jungle nector. The election of 1932 is char- acterized as perhaps the most 'complete landslide in the history of American politics, "by Dr. O. Douglas Weeks, associate profes- sor of government at the Univer- sity of Texas, In a paper, "The Democratic Victory of 1932." pub Over at Tuha the fanners have organised a PARK and HOME OWNERS PROTECTIVE LEAOUE. to protect their farm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1933

«E um sail. t. J. aau TW i* to aoMOr tto pqbtte •U of tto 1-A.fmm in mm. •ad buattag, trapping or Sbk« l not permitted and all trespassers Jtflka pnweutad. CUMTOH PMftY. Asst. Mgr. Trade or Exchange Yoi pin it>se' or misfit or perfect' fit- & FRUITSp See our fresh vegetables and fruits and get our prices before placing that next order. Also groceries. Notions, Drygoods, Shoes, Clothes, Har- vest-Specials priced lower. Highest mar- ket prices for your eggs. tag, to the fun"? of Mn. R. L. Olat. This was quit* a surprise to them. Tables were placed to the yards and a' bountiful dinner spread. which was enjoyed by every one. Mr. Olst has not been able to|unlon attend Sunday School and church n# Into nn#t ■>* miaa tham ba miuih " at a efw Manda br.ao.sia united In marriage it the Meth- Pastors home, Tuesday even- May Mtfa. The Methodist gfTlfiMlnf Ooo|MtulAtionit and may this Indeed: be a happy -:0: of late and we miss them so much, so naturally on Mother's Day our j WANTED, ME...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 May 1933

tw h< FRIDAY, MAY 11 8:30 P. M. at Clifford Walker Building. : : MAIN BOUT : : Cyclone Mackey -vs:- Pat Garrison : SEMI-FINALS : Rob Roy -vs:- Lobo Brown Little Dick -va:- Bad Newt Jimmy Also: Local Talent Bouts. BENEFIT OF CLAUDE FIRE DEPARTMENT SEND IT TO US When you want to save money and that ALL THE TIME Strength and Money are saved when the services of this Laundry are em- ployed. It is a sure way to lengthen the life of your clothes as well as your OWN. We call for and Deliver at your door in Claude—Tuesday and Thursday of each week.. Clarendon Steam Laundry CLARENDON, TEXAS. WHEN IN AMARILLO STOP AT HOTEL PALO DURO Third and Filmore Streets Rates $1.00 and up Your Suit Pressed FREE Also Free Storage It Traveling: Write Palo Duro Traveling Bureau, Care Palo | Duro Hotel. Amarlllo. Share Expenses and Save the Difference. R DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES, GLASSES ARE CHEAPER We offer you our twelve years experieii<r in the exrluslvr study and practice of Optometry I Examining ey...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1933

• -J •• «■ ' 'ffirt - - 'r? i#*S _-**•" I aSPIw try It ta Tha Nm -ul wateh rrar « fcf CLAUDE NEWS ' i&£>VV What MnM V at mtr t Mb • •Ml wtt sal se mWv 1st aaafc yw ksn aM the 1 tee* m MilMMI thing res aatt at a bargain. Ttf II in The News at •afar > oasM a WMfc VME 44. CLAODC, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1933. Balanced Farm- Work In The ing For Farms In This County What to do, when to do, how to do; are questions that confront each and every farmer In Arm- strong county as well as all other farmers over Texas. If each and every farmer could answer these 8imple but yet puzzling questions, things would go much easier with all of us. I Who can read history and do the right thing in farming here in Armstrong county? You hit it right one year and then do the lame thing the following year and It Is all wrong. Who can prescribe the medicine necessary to cure all the farmers •y His? That Individual has not been born as yet; but there are mutiy things we can do that wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1933

3GinryS(brc£ Q),ea r^vrrv. l/1uoA/. May 9, 1933 A great thing has occurred amongst us. We have made a complete turn-around, and at last America's face is toward the future. Three years—1929 to 1932 we Americans looked backward. All our old financial and political machinery was geared to pull us out of the depression by the same door through which we entered. We thought it siuiply a case of going back the way we came. It failed. We now realise that the way out is forward through it. Thanks for that belongs to President Roosevelt. Inauguration Day he turned the Ship of State around. Having observed the failure of sincere efforts to haul us back the way we came, he designed a ne* method new political and financial machinery to pull us out the way we are going forward. He is clearing international obstacles out of the way; he does not stand in awe of tariffs. The people begin to feel that he does not take advice from the "inter- ests" ; that he has courage and loyalty to work for one su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1933

IN MEMORY OF OUR DEPARTED RELATIVES f .-.-v lor MryiM in such mmBi body mar exceed two (J) years, but ■hut not exceed six <•> yean. In any event. In addition to the powers and duties provided by any such Charter, such governing body shall exercise all powers, and dis- charge all duties which, in the ab- sence of the provisions hereof, would devolve by law on County Commissioners and County Com* missioners' Courts. Further, any such Charter may provide for the organization, reorganization, estab- a proposal shall be submitted as a lishment and administration of the government of the county, includ- ing the control and regulalloi the performance of and the com] (which to • ■fancy and in the boundaries of the county) be tranaferred. either as to some or all of the functions thereof, and yielded to the control of the administrative body of the county. No such transfer or yielding of functions may be effected, unless the proposal is submitted to a vote of the people, and, unless ot...

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