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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1933

t'^rf V * ■" CARPET OF The Home Newspaper DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FVRNIXL RF AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE' REPAIRS REAL ESTATE ... Perhaps you have a fine stock of goods of exceptional value. Perhaps it is quoted at extremely moderate prices. Your windows may be more attrac- tive than any in town. But who knows those prices if you don't consistent- ly advertise them? What proportion of your trading area population passes your windows when compared with the great number of prospects that The Claude News talks to every week?... The Claude News is the favorite home newspaper of every resident of Claude and has been increasing almost con- stantly in circulation and advertising lineage for years, helping to sell mer- chandise successfully for the most progressive merchants of Claude. It is a Magic Carpet of Trade. Call Us Today. In ei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1933

1M> to t notify Um public that +*** J. A. trapping or flahlag Jl Mt permitted and all trespassers to proMcuted CLINTON Mgr. u-tt-c Trade or Exchange Your Loose or misfit plates for perfect fit- ting plates, for ONLY $5. each. In Vulcanite Using Your Teeth. FRESH VEGETABLES & FRUITS See our fresh vegetables and fruits and get our prices before placing that next order. Also groceries. t . Notions, Drygoods, Shoes, Clothes, Har- vest-Specials priced lower. Highest mar- ket prices for your eggs. tell In ft Ood- um from Dal- and on MUtb. it went at far C. R. G U Y N A MB That Mg n Claude vtctotty ThU nln m hart, via, Amarillo and It Is laid that south as Childress. It means mora wheat and a bet- ter row crop, Including cotton for ttte good old Roosevelt Year 1933. Yes. Roosevelt and prosperity Is going hand In hand and it Is only a question of one and maybe two years when our country wll be back on different phnumi of the convention theme, "Safeguard- ing Childhood through this Cr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 May 1933

i COM to Golf and get a jmm [oil at the price you want to I I pay. For Gulf makes 3 fine I [oil* at 3 fair prices. Drive in | ' —and take your choice! ^ «. \G*I/S pr*m,..2&t | „ Gulfpridt.... 35<" BBKSSBSB? 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 TEXAS. |Pi CUNORt BARRY WOi Eleventh Installment Synopsis: Joyce Ashton, poor stenographer, suffered loss ot memory in ft skidding uxicftb accident in Chicago. One morning two years later she woke, after a fall from her horse, her memory restored, to find herself, as Frills, the wife of Neil Packard, rich California fruit packer. She determined to tell nobody of her predicament but set about learning what she could of her life in the interval. From the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

15 Slliii k Tfce Nm aad krhmMi News CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE ^ 1933. Sidelights On Money Power Skins Farmers By MARVIN JONES, Member of Congress from TexaR. One of the most important phas- es of work In Congressional com- mittees during recent years Is the Investigation now being conducted before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee, Already a number of facts have been brought to light concerning the international banking establish- ment of J. P. Morgan and Co.. which has come to be looked upon by the American people in an almost legendary light because of its power in the financial world, v The outcome of this investiga- tion, which will embrace not only the Morgan interests but other big banking institutions as well, will no doubt result in beneficlul legis- w latlon which will enable tiie fede- ral government to strengthen its control over the money power and credit of the nation. It may also lead to further. banking reform and to the strengthening of ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

V There are four Constitutional Amendments to be voted upon this fall. All four of them were published In last week's Claude News, and will be found in an- other part of this week's paper. Look them over and then vote as you think best for the state. Use your own Judgment and vote accordingly. If this editor under- stands these amendments thorough- ly he will vote FOR the amend- ment removing all state taxes from all homesteads valued at $3,000 or less. That same amendment CARRIED last election and we wonder why we are ask to vote on It again, unless there is some TRICK they want added to it. Then, there is the amendment House Bill No. 43 wherein we vote for 3.2 per cent beer. Here Is where this editor will likely vote No. or vote against this measure. Senate Bill No. 30. where the Legislature will be allowed to bond the state up to and not exceeding $20,000,000. Here we be- lieve we will vote NO. We do not believe in more bonds at this time. Then, there is Senate Bill No. 3. two an...

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

Q^o<vr^crrv,^CcoA/. May 15. 1933 Time and again I am told—by my own organization and by others —that I penalize myself by quality. Friendly critics protest our putting into the Ford V-8 what they rail "twenty-year steel." They say such quality is not necessary, the public does not expect it; and that the public does not know the difference anyway. But I know the difference. I know that the car a man sees is not the car he drive ariv a the car which the engineer sees. The car which .a aeen. haantv of design color and attractive accessories, all desirable, of course. The'bcat evidence that «e thinh so is that the, are gut these The cor proper, which is the basis of ,, is the type of engine nnd its reliability; the structure ruggedly Arable; the long thought and experiment „lve„ to safety factors; the steady development of cofort. ience and economy. These make the car. A car can be built that will last two or three years. But we ~vT-it one We want the basic material of our car to be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

:*••• i*; 'i';: -V;;: W •"*" "" i-, "■ ■'"•: -i V - .> , - ■■■"■ • s >: .«■ . ,'r. r.-v, -f;; " -r v ' : • • ' ■ • V '• * . ..->• •. > ' ' " ,, ■: • /.fl ARPET OF TRADE •••• 5 fW:>' I I ■ l I I | The Home Newspaper DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE f AMUSEMENTS ft FABRICS { WOMEN'S WEAR ~f MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE ... Perhaps you have a fine stock of goods of exceptional value. Perhaps it is quoted at extremely moderate prices. Your windows may be more attrac- tive than any in town. But who knows those prices if you don't consistent- ly advertise them? What proportion of your trading area population passes your windows when compared with the great number of prospects that The Claude News talks to every week?... The Claude News is the favorite home newspaper of every resident of Claude and has been increasing almost con- st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

I. A. rmum an poaUd, nppint or hrtitag and all trespassers CLINTON Aaat. Mgr. !>•«•« ' WANTED, MEN TO WORK To handle well known Rawleigh products in Carson. Hutchinson, and Southern Wheelsr and Qrey Counties. Every thing furnished but car. Bee or write.— C. A. Rhyne, Claude, Texas. 39-c Don't Get Up Nights MAKE THIS 25c TEST Physic the bladder easily. Drive out impurities and excessive acids which cause Irritation that results in leg pains, backache, burning and getting up nights. BU-KETS, the FRESH VEGETABLES A FRUITS 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. || c- R- G U Y N physic, containing buchu. oil. etc. works on the bladder pleasantly and effectively, similar to castor oil on the bowels. Get a 25c box <5grain size> from your druggist. After four days, if not relieved of getting up nights Any phys...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

** N. Filmore Amarillo, T«**t - FRIDAY & SATURDAY Pure Cane, cloth bag 10 lbs. 51c 1 gal 25c _ie , 1 gal - 30c per gal. 33c Pitted, per gal. Coffee, M. J. B., 1 lb. Coffee, M. J. B., 3 lbs. Corn, No. 2 can, Each Bread, Home Town, 3 loaves . - Roasting Ear , 3 for Onion*, Carrot#, Beets, fresh, bunch 3c Okra per lb. 10® Potatoes, large red, new, lb. 2£c Spinach, crisp, fresh lb. . _ 5c Tomatoes, Fancy, Pink, lb 7£c Cucumbers, long green, lb. 5c Bananas, per lb. 5ic Pork and Beans, Tall Boy, lrg can 10c Baking Powder, Calumet, 2 h lbs. 43c Catsup, 14 oz. bottle 9c Roast Beef, fancy, stamped, lb. . _ 10c {Shortening, bring your bucket, 8 lbs. 53c Bacon, sugar cured, half or whole slab, per lb 14c COMING JUNE 5th, 1933 Cal Farley and His Flying Dutchman Circus CLAUDE HIGH SCHOOL auditorium Benefit of sending Claude Volunteer Fire Team to State Convention at Corpus Christi, JUNE 13, 14 and 15 ADMISSION 15c and 25c CLUB CAFE s 5th and Taylor, Amarillo Taxas When in Amarillo eat with u...

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

'?pW! MAGAZINE SECTION 0- Mr. Baalaaaa Mas: Tim per Mat of ynr frau Imm* afcoald h "t aside for aawapaper advertiiin* every year. Try it id year basinesa will by Imp* and CLAUDE NEWS WANT AOS at raly k • ■■ < wO ■ell Mnethlmf far cash yon km iknt the place or brb| yoa nrntkiif yea need at a barfmia. Try it fat Tfca Claude Neva at aoly 3c per mH. VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, '"SXAS, "RIDAY, JUNE 9, 1333. number 40. LITTLE MARY MIXUP Trade Mark Re*. U. S. Pat. Off. IW3 By R. M. Brinkerhoff MV' "THAT ' WAS A MlCE MAN TMAT ASKED ME TO TAKE HIM OVER he knows ^ ^ all about south j america too-he's Built bridges There, Guess x ll 00 outdoors a i v whil-e J I read up about south America and beat Them all at the geography GAME - AND i WON a WHOLE DOLLAR r THE GIRLS. WERE MAD AT FJRST, BUT ~ I 5PE H"T "THE WHOLE DOLLAR f/( OM fCE CREAM POR them — ihat square:d j - lt ~~~~ ^ r squared myselp with the girls— to miss fields 3 r CD V office—. ) ¥, V )/r ^ miss pieldand r want to know I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

Op <-"1 '•W. c c c c B R C c p s 1 c E F E C P 3 E 91 -Year-Old Texas Pioneer Womam By CORA MELTON CROSS UN An. I. Fart W.rtk, T u. (Copyright. INI. by tb* Hon* Color Print Co.) ERY few Texas pioneer women have lived 91 years. Mrs. H. W. Carter, born in Rusk county, East Texas, in 1842, and married in 1858, now resides in Hills- boro, Texas, at the ripe age of 91. Her father, William Richard Wornell, moved from Tennessee to Texas when Texas was a republic. He arrived in San Augustine county, East Texas, with just one dollar in his pocket. His family consisted of seventeen children —seven of his own and eight adopted children. These eight children were adopted when a good neighbor and wife died while enroute to Texas from Ten- nessee. "Uncle Dick," as the adopted children called him, worked hard, trusted God, and lacked neither food nor clothing, al- though sugar and coffee were then sell- ing in Texas at one dollar per pound. "In Rusk county, East Texas, father built a two-room l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

CURRENT COMMENT TijiCi'si Tribute tu the Giu IWmJ Darkey |X-GOVERNOR Robert L. Taylor, of Tennessee, probably the most popular platform orator of his day, makes in his published lec- tures the touching allusion to a former slave of his family that is printed be- low. This classic was ordered printed in the Congressional Record upon mo- tion of Congressman B. G. Lowrey, of Mississippi, when the question of hav- ing the Federal government erect a monument to the "blackmammies" of the South was under conSderation by Congress: "Not long ago I buried one of the last of our old family darkies. He had been a preacher for fifty years. When I was a child he often led me, together with my brother, to his meetings. He had never learned the art of reading. But many a time I have seen him rise in the ,pulpit and say, 'my congergashum you "will find my text somewhar 'twixt de lids of the Bible, whar it reads you must be born agin and agin.' Then he would iwarm up to his theme until he plunged far...

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

X AS NEWS I « xssse wso IO6S68 i * V ii TEXAS HIGHWAYS TO BE LANDSCAPED Capt. T. W. Bailey, division engineer, has announced that Jac L. Gubbells. landscape architect of Austin and Hous- ton had been employed by the State Highway Department to plan and su- pervise landscaping of all highways in Texas. SAN ANTONIO BUILDS " nua aaa« j THREE SETS OF TWINS IN ONE FAMILY Three sets of twins all of which are of : chool age were found in a family of fourteen children by census enumera- tors of the Richard Lagow district of Ihe Dallas public schools. Nine chil- dren in the family of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Reckley, Dallas, are within tlx; school age limit, 6 to 21 years. UPSHUR COUNTY HAS 638 OIL WELLS Upshur county had a total of 638 pro- ducing oil wells up to March 31, accord- ing to G. M. Cosby, who is in charge of State proration work north of the Sabine river. Of these wells, 598 are flowing with 40 on the pump. Thirty- two wells are making varying percent- age of salt water. Drilling has ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

university* sanantonk 8AN ANTONIO'S ONLY SENIOR COLLEGE FOB MEN. University courses leading up to degrees in Commerce and Finance, Engineering, Education, Arts, Sciences, EMedical and Pre-Legal. Accredited to States Depart- t of Education. R. 0. T. C. UNIT Catalogue on request WOODLAWN HILLS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS SCHREINER INSTITUTE a SCHOOL FOR BOYS IN THE HEART OF THE HILLS A fully equipped High School and Junior College. All work fully accredited by State Department of Education and Association of Texas Colleges. Band, Orchestra, Debating, Athletlca and other student activities. Experienced faculty of men who understand boyfe. Small clashes, individual attention, limited en- rollment. A Junior College of the First Cla«s. For catalogue nd pictorial bulletin, ad- dress J. j. DELANEV. President, Bot S, KerrviUe, Texas. r GOING TO NEW YORK? si RECORD HEALTH YEAR FOR TEXAS The worst year of the de- pression was the best health year, according to Dr. John \V. Brown. State health of- ficer...

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

*3 *S8SI TEXAS FAR M NE W S In a rat campaign in Cole- man county, 60,000 rats killfH by poisoning methods outlined by the U. S. Biological Survey . A example of the benefit of raising poultry in Run- nels county is shown in the information that the Moore Produce Company of Bal- linger paid $353 per day, not excepting Sundays, dur- ing 1932 to farmers of the county for poultry. Work on 50 hooked rugs and mats has been started by Haskell county home demonstration club women, and there is talk of organiz- ing a rug and mat associa- tion to further the market- ing of old woolens and sacks through rugs. For the fourth year Randall county dairymen1 have pooled their cows for a co-operative tubercular test. Under the leadership of the county dairyman's association 63 farmers tested more than 1000 cows at low cost to find only one- tenth of one per cent con- demned. The first year one and one-half per cent were eliminated. With the object of mar- keting fresh, infertile eggs the East Texas...

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

■ • y. For Our Bot/s and Girls By AUNT MART % PUZZLE IN PICTURES FIND TIIESE MISTAKES Shut-in List for June 1-3—Mrs. Minervia Atkinson, Winona, Texas. Age 78. 4-6—Mrs. Johnnie Towery, So- per, Okla. Age 55. Helpless. 7-9—Mr. Dave Porter, Gladewa- ter, Texas. 10-12-Kiss M. Young, St. Mary's with yea in your many good worlta. That letter to me is like a bene- diction at the end of a long and lonesome trail. I can see the sun setting—a weary traveler comes to an humble cottage where flowers bloom in great profusion. At the door is a sweetly smiling woman j Infirmary, Galveston, Texas —the mark of years have left their ! 13-15—Devan James, Bronte, halo of silver, as the foot-sore i Texas. Age 10. and weary traveler kneels down 16-18— Mrs. M. C. Dancen, Fairy, while a sweet voice bestows bless-j Texas. ings that are like the rain to a| 19-21—R. C. Shaw, Rt. 1, Ravia, parched and desolate land. To me,; okla. Age 8. Mrs. Squires' letter is like that, 22-24—Norma Louise Pittman, benediction...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 June 1933

30 %30 WW a I Radiance to a tired skin mjrt: "Pond'* Cold Cream Act* my akin both clean and refreshed at the aaine time." CLOGGED pores and strained mus- cles can quickly be relieved by cleansing the skin thoroughly with Pond's Cold Cream. Its richness re- moves every spcck of grime and gives the pores a chance to breathe. A generous patting of cream, left on while you relax or overnight, restores the skin's natural freshness. Just as important for a smooth, fine skin is protection. Pond's Van- ishing Cream guards against expo- sure and is a marvelous powder base! If carelessness has roughened your skin, Pond's Vanishing Cream will quickly restore a lovely skin texture. Pond's simple way to beauty is your way to skin loveliness. Copyright, 1933, Pond's Extract Company OLDEST MEMBER OF LEG- ISLATURE GIVEN WATCH J. L. Goodman of Franklin, the oldest member of the Legislature, was recently pre- sented with a watch by the House membership on the oc- casion of his eighty-first birthday. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1933

I I I Ik H la The Nam nl m W-- ? 5p IPS!? : ',,■ f ■ -•' 'C'"1 v"-1 ■' V ' & itWX ' E f?f '••'■•■- ■' l-< k lit I VOLUME 44. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE I, MSI. =a The Red Cross Work Prepress- es Steadily On Work Is moving on In the Red Cross department In spite of the hot and lazy days that are ap- proaching us. We have a big box full of nice scraps ready for quilt piecing and we have eight quilts ready for the farmers. It is my ambition that we do not get too busy and forget the quilting department of the Armstrong county Red Cross, but that we take particular pains to keep thi3 phase of the work going in order to have plenty of bed- ding for the many families who actually suffered from cold dur- ing the zero weather of the past winter. We only pieced and quilt- ed six quilts last winter and gave them out to the needy ones. Tills fact was due to the lack of time in which to do the work. We could "4 not start the piecing until some garments were cut out and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 June 1933

tell you why iwm pro- sot yet ducat an going higher Mid high- er. eenrtcee for Mre. w. L. Campbell. The service was held extent of making It a — — The time will come In this I ^ 0f which thU pastor country when the Amarlean peo- J wa5 minister for four years. It Attorney General Cummlngs In- pie will put their foot down on was on opportunity to see many forms the nubile that over 1,0001 trickery, favortlsm and so-called | {riend( Jiet a funeral occasion nev- names of alleged hoarders of gold commercial bribery as they oojiow er permits much visiting. It was has been turned In for Investiga- tion. There seems to be very little excuse for hoarding of Gold since this nation has gone off the Single Gold Standard. When the Single Gold Standard has been wiped MAKE APPLICATION FOR GOVERNMENT LOAN NOW You are advised by The Arm- strong county committee to make your application for Government loan for wheat money NOW. The time for these loans will expire June 15th, after which date the time ...

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

May 29. 1933 WOMEN'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE MOTOR CAR There is some doubt that people care to hear very much about what Eoes on under the hoods of their cars. The driver knows that "driving qualities" are not accidental; they are put there. How the manufacturer creates or evolves those results may not interest him. He judges entirely by the results he gets in driving. Well, it is not essential to talk "shop"; let us talk Results. Smoothness. Drive the Ford V-8 and you will find that the engine runs with surpassing smoothness, due to its design and the extra precise methods of its manufacture. Power. There it is, 75 horsepower (we could say 80) at the drive- shaft for the driver's use. With less weight to pull around, the mettle of this car its life-li'te response is rather remarkable. Economy. Our V-8 develops more power on a gallon of gasoline than any car we have made. Mileage is partly a matter of individual driving, but under average conditions the Ford V-8 does 17 to 20 miles a ga...

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