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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

n ENATOR Carter Glass of Virginia is old-fuhioned and doesn't deny it. In fact, he rather prides him- self oft it It will be remembered a °?J,P'e °' the dial sys- Mr ,, e telephone wan inaugurated Washington and the Senator rebelled •o militantly that the telephone com- pany had to allow him to retain the old " of having the hello girls to answer and connect his phone. But now the gentleman from Lynch- burg has rebelled again arid again he has his way. When he went to Wash- ington a quarter of a century ago he hunted around and found him an eating place where there were negro waiters. He said it was no job for a woman and they didn't do it that way in Lynchburg. No sah, they didn't and for twenty-six years he had the same negro waiter take his orders. But alas and alack, the Senator, a few days ago, was con- founded when he entered the dining room to find daintily clad young white girls in jaunty uniforms taking the or- ders and bringing in the trays. It was too much for the old Vir...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

*'f .. "I Oil to th< thl am Ev< thl cit: inc Ca art I -v • PIIPp I 8(Nlth- i Ftos toCi-Wwpf. m7¥to receM- ly completed mod opened to traffic. It la fftpoote* the hard surfaced road will taereaae traffic to the celebrated Carls- bad Cavern. The old road was in auch poor condition that fnany avoided a visit to the caves rather than travel over it. MOWS UP SKELETON a couple of weeks ago. While In a field he unearthed a few bones. An investigation resulted 111 the at earth- ing of a complete skeleton, evidently that of a man. He had been buried in sitting posture in a shallow grave. Arrow heads found in the earth near the bones inclines to the belief the man was an Indian. Df. TAX > STATE _ 6S8Pi** *** eight district In the State, the object of which Is to Onforee the payment Of gasoline taXM. The lest two to be opened are at Cor- pus Christi and Eastland, it is report- ed that enforcement of the law has in- creased revenues about $300,000 per month. TOO MUCH WATER ON FARM Ther...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

T't . jf*Y LOBE ILACKLEG VACCINES SB YOUR DRUGGIST ttffibi ISf ESTAB. 1919 2 /A /, „ '//<• //,„/' nmnu/it ' t <i t // /< • // w . GLOBE LABORATORIES Ut Am 1m FORT WORTH LittU Rock Blou City Denver Kansas City. Mo. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Barrels, kegs, water cool- ers. beverage bottles, flasks, fruit jars, fruit can*. cappers, caps, syphon hose, filter bags, and other bottlers* sup- plier. Write for catalogue AMERICAN COOPERAGE CO. F.rt W.rth, Tnu. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ADDS STUDY COURSES Group study courses made available to clubs throughout the State by the Extension Teaching Bureau of Universi- ty of Texas include art, re- ligion and literature, educa- tion, enthropology, govern- ment, history, sociology,law and public speaking, science, psychology and travel. Two courses just added to the cur- riculum are "Popular Govern- ment in the United States," and "George Washington, the Father of his Country." The course in popular government presents a program of study in the theory,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

r < i I | | t a 4 C K D P< M Ai hi ri hi tii Ai Pi D) r f) * fun about , of August, with ■hearing reported at S cents a head. Upshur county farmers raised more watermelons this year than ever before. Melons weighing 40 and 60 pounds were not unusual. Texas now leads the world in production of polo ponies, raising a total of 90 per cent of all ponies of this breed. At last $100,000 has been paid farmers in the Hal- iettsville area for 134 car- loads of tomatoes shipped during the season. About thirty carloads of Irish potatoes were shipped from Camp county, with prices ranging $1.25 a hun- dredweight for No. 1 stock. T. M. Parmley of Hart- ley county had the only wheat in his community to survive drouth and sand winds. He used great care in summer fallowing. William McFarland. who lives on Route 1 out of Leander, brought in the first bale of 1933 cotton to Round Rock. A premium of $22.55 was subscribed. Thirteen Victoria county home demonstration women made over 13 dresses at a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

A PUZZLE P ICTURES FIND THESE MISTAKB8 w «.***% N KUARWtiTEIk 4^ i i i it This is a pleasant scene, although the lady looks as though she thinks it is a mistake for the men to rest. However, the artist has made at least twenty mistakes in this picture. See if you can find them all. ANSWER TO LAST MONTH'S PUZZLE 1 Cheese advertising an oil sign. 2. Henry's shirt sleeve unchecked. 3. Coat and trousers not of same pattern. 4. Troustr legs of different patterns. 6. He has one spat. 6. Cat's leg too long. 7. Laige oil can incomplete. 8. Small oil can off bench. 9 Hammer half off bench. 10. Scissors disconnected. 11. Flower growing out of bench. 12. Cup in air. 18. Worker's trousers of two patterns. 14. He also wears but one spat. 15. His bucket handle broken. 16. Tobacco pouch in midair. 17. That pouch is too large. 18. Word "Tobacco", omitted. 19. His suspenders are unfastened. 20. "Henry's" (in dialog) misspelled. 21. Shirt suspended in air. DEAR FRIENDS: I want to thank all who have g...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

i K X J in the Hfll country began about the middle of August, with some shearing reported at ( cents a head. Upshur county farmers raised more watermelons this year than ever before. Melons weighing 40 and 50 pounds were not unusual. Texas now leads the world in production of polo ponies, raising a total of 90 per cent of all ponies of this breed. At last $100,000 has been paid farmers in the Hal- lettsville area for 134 car- loads of tomatoes shipped during the season. About thirty carloads of Irish potatoes were shipped from Camp county, with prices ranging $1.25 a hun- dredweight for No. 1 stock. children ■rhoof st Omaha lighted to learn county board of education haa established bus routes for pupils living in the ~ districts. Knox county 4-H club boys are far-sighted. They have 20 baby beef calves which they have insured for $25 against death from any cause at a cost of about $1.50. T. M. Parmley of Hart- ley county had the only wheat in his community to survive drouth and sand ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

believe. of expressing her plMsars sad gratitude to tne following who hsve FIND THESE MISTAKES w This is a pleasant scene, although the lady looks as though she thinks it is a mistake for the men to rest. However, the artist has made at least twenty mistakes in this picture. See if you can find them all. ANSWER TO LAST MONTH'S PUZZLE 1 Cheese advertising' an oil sign. 2. Henry's shirt sleeve unchecked. 3. Coat and trousers not of same pattern. 4. Troustr legs of different patterns. 6. He has one spat. 6. Cat's leg too long. 7. Laige oil can incomplete. 8. Small oil can off bench. 9 Hammer half off bench. 10. Scissors disconnected. 11. Flower growing out of bench. 12. Cup in air. 13. Worker's trousers of two patterns. 14. He also wears but one spat. 15. His bucket handle broken. 16. Tobacco pouch in midair. 17. That pouch is too large. 18. Word "Tobacco", omitted. 19. His suspenders are unfastened. 20. "Henry's" (in dialog) misspelled. 21. Shirt suspended in air. DEAR FRIENDS: I want...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

st£.v. />??. :r-r. youthful freshness . •. QIHnJ ears of the «kin b Pond'* W Way to Beauty, fort two lovely n—ii imn to enow and lubricate —the other to protect. Pond's Cold Cream quickly remove* dirt without taking «w y n t- ural oils or dogging the pocea. A bit left on over- night nuke* akin supple. The Vanishing Criam u moat im- portant u a powder hue. It give* the *kin • fin* texture end protect* acminat exposure. It ia alao famoua lor it* toothing and healing propertiea. Begin today to maka your akin young. ChwiIbM. lua. M'l ltt«l Cwmt MNCICCftfESf Cttl/> Krrnsnmcmri > \\'j S mi POSITIVE PROOF Jg | s60 300wk ff? if mum; f Wis i NO HOU8E-TO-HOUSE Experience Unnecessary No Costly Machine to Bay Th« new coast-to-coast food hit. You work at home, chips come to you already made. Simply drop into hot grease and they're ready to eat! No complicated work, no ex- perience, no failures! Positive proof of opportunity to make up to $30 first day. Distributors now making high as $6...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1933

X SB NEWS that yw ml at • l Thm Km at «b -H W-l-E VOLUME U. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. IS, 1*33. NUMBER L Armstrong Co. Dairy %ow On Sept 22 and 23. The success of the Armstrong County Dairy Show, September 22 and 23 is assured. Cash prizes as well as attractive ribbons will be given the winning entries. Mr. D. T. Slmous, field mana- ger of the American Jersey Cattle Club, and Secretary of the Texas Jersey Cattle Club, is expected to be here for the Judging. Mr. Simon is widely known and probably the best posted man in this line of work. Mr. J. M. Hill and Mr. I. H. Tumey visited as many dairy herds as time would ollow on Tuesday of this week. They noticed marked Interest of the different men in regard to the Dairy show. Many of the Dairy men have be- gun to get their animals in real show shape. A county herd will be sent to the Tri-Statc Pair at Amarlllo. This herd will be select- ed from the winning animals at the Armstrong County Dairy Show. The classes and pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1933

II I s£S5^. illliifiit2 M ♦** A moat recent photo of John Jacob Aitor 3rd., whoee father, oSomI John Jacob A tor went downVith the TiUnlc, ha* "«ched hU maturity and now come* mto the As tor millions. ASSO1 Warm Dnaa, >8, of flint, Mich., aaved 9 children and a girl 16 at a fire. So ho has boon selected b America's outstanding tiro haro by tho National Fireman'* Aain. Hi* roward wa* an honor tjrip to Washington./ 60 per cent of those voting on August 26th—and that means less than HALF of our qualified voters —expressed themselves, as wanting to do away with the 18th A- mendment and permit the sale of 3.3 per cent beer. Yet. OVER HALF of our counties, voted DRY by local option. In other words lykas wants beer, but over half of Texas counties voted NO BEER FOR US. That is rather a strange raised the price of said OVER- ALLS to our merchants, over ONE HUNDRED PER CENT. These merchants, many of whom are on a "BUYERS STRIKE", say that they are offered OVER-ALLS, at a price practically...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1933

IMl fc to natty MMfc* A; It mmipiX and all TtSSS * ."isggr i OTBI jPVJw «PPi* ™ fPpPpVvwMp Mm of many stales ss£ ~S5, Bring wives and children with Local and Personal ll-tt-c We Do Our Part Witt Qmllty * Service Mag Tow SCHOOL SHOES tote M to be wind of the BEST SHOE HOSPITAL ill Taylor St., Amarillo. West Texas State Teachers College Canyon, Tens Mth ANNUAL SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 19tta $18.50 covers ALL tuition and fees for split semester of nine weeks. Standard courses leading to many professions; special train- ing for prospective teachers. Obtain further particulars and Catalogue. Write J. A. Hill. Pres. Renew Your Health By Purification Any physician will tell you that "Perfect Purification of the Sys- tem is Nature's Foundation of Perfect Health." Why not rid yourself of chronic ailments that are undermining your vitality f Purify your entire system by tak- ing a thorough course of Calotahs, —once or twice a week for several weeks—and see how Nature re- ward* you with health....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 September 1933

. m mm For Claude News Readers SCHULTE - UNITED AMARILLO, TXEAS ami Young Men's 3 piece Suits $6.95 (AT THIS PRICE WE CHALLENGE COMPETITION.! For High School, Preps, College And BUSINESS MEN Made of Smooth Finish Cassimere, in Oxford, Light Grey, Brown and Blue Cheviot. Sizes 34 to 42 THE VANETTE HOSIERY MILLS OF TEXAS THE ONLY FULL FASHION MILLS IN TEXAS Every pair of Vanette Hose Sold in Texas Means a Fight Against UNEMPLOYMENT SILK HOSE made at Home Insures FRESH SILK & LONGER WEAR VANETTE Hose in all the new and wanted shades, priced at 79C and $1.00 L,P„ i'\n\ .4^ £ VINES At 6th and Taylor Street, Amarillo $ I SUPPORT THE NRA l|||| y*l Business and industry arc doing their part, they are putting men back to work, shortening hours. raising wages, giving America more buying power. Lets do our part. Lets buy those tilings we have needed so long. May we suggest that new pair of glasses. During all the depressed times we have maintained our usual high standard of Optical service...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 September 1933

- jt; V •"^v':>^ / •" <}■' hi / " <4 " "-" ''- :'Jv '« •••' -- CLAUDENEWS V0LUM1 u. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1933. "HF Visit The Dairy Show Today and Tomorrow Today and tomorrow, Armstrong county's best dairy cattle are on exhibition at the John E. Quar- les Machinery shed. Every one interested in having better dairy cattle in this county should by all means make at least one trip of inspection through the show barn. There you will see the pro- gress being made by our Jersey Breeders. At 3:00 o'clock this afternoon, the twelve show classes of Jer- seys will be Judged by Dr. Geo. P. Grout, former head of the dairy department of Texas A. and M. College. All exhibitors must be on hand (or someone to represent them) so that they can lead their animals Into the show ring to be Judged. The production contest, which began yesterday at 6:00 P. M. with the preliminary milking, will end at 6:00 P. M. today. The cow with the greatest butter-fat pro- duction f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 September 1933

ymx 91 Jl CONTRACTORS' NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CON- STRUCTION Sealed proposals for constructing 15.119 miles of Grading and Drain- age Structures from the Potter County Line to Claude on High- way No. 5. covered by NRH-M 523- C Part I and Part II, in Carson and Armstrong Counties, will be received at the State Highway Department, Austin, Texas, until 9 A. M.. September 28th. 1933. and then publicly opened and read. The attention of bidders is directed to the Special Provisions covering subletting or assigning the con- tract, the use of Domestic Ma terials. the selection of labor, hours and condition of employment, and hand labor methods. The minimum wage paid to all skilled labor employed on this con- tract shall be forty-five (45) cents per hour. The minimum wage paid to all unskilled labor employed on this contract shall be thirty-five (35) cents per hour. Attention is directed to the Special Provisions, included in the proposal, to Insure compliance with requirements of House Bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 September 1933

TO TftADE:—A OrwMr and two ittm wwlrtmdi for h good Coal W. J. HOLTZCLAW, Wash- burn, 7km. j.p POSTED NOTICI '• '*•'tutonu an potted. Mitt tamUat, trapping or hatalng l not permitted and all trespassers be proeecuted. CLINTON Asst. Mgr. 13-tf-c We Do Our Part With Quality it Service Bring Year SCHOOL SHOES bite us to be assured of the BEST SHOE HOSPITAL fill Taylor St., Amarillo. West Texas State Teachers College Canyon, Texas 24th ANNUAL SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 19th 116.50 covers ALL tuition and fees for split semester of nine weeks. Standard courses leading to many professions; special train- ing for prospective teachers. Obtain further particulars and Catalogue. Write J. A. Hill, Pres. II; Un. H. H. Sight, 1MI-SS; *. C. B. Hunter, IM3.fl. Mrs J. K. Weeks, present president outlined some plans (or her ad- ministration. and turned the meet- ing over to the Social Committee, who passed dainty plates of cake and ice cream. The coke before serving was decorated with 10 can. dies in ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 September 1933

W-3 Vkmtr put,' they to work. do our put. Lett buy time things «t have Miar *t suggest that new pair of ilum all Un depressed time* we have maintained our uaual Mgh atandard of Optical sendee. Our prices have been lower- ed aa much as possibic in keeping with this up-to-itandard peWrr We have the OK from several thousand patients whom we are serving in Amarillo and the Panhandle of Texas. Dr. T. M. Montgomery, Optometrist •M Ptk Street Amarillo, Texas Thirteen years in the exclusive practice of Optometry WUtAK I the south of the gate. "Danged if 1 rightly know," re- | plied Old Charley. "I'd like to ask her sonic things straight out—but— oh, hell, she knows what she's up WINTER IS COMING ON And you are going to need some warm work clothing, and here is the place to get them before the prices advance. Prices on some things have advanced from 25 to 40 per cent, bat not here. We also carry the largest line of notions, tinware, enamel ware. Etc., that can be found in this county. And we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 September 1933

if:' CLAUDE NEWS ▼OMMS a CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNT*, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1933. NUMBER «. Results of Dai- ry Siow Here Sept._22 & 23 Milk production contest having had 3 or more calves class: Mr. Oscar Bagwell won first and sec- ond with two cows, Brownie and Nickle, both grade cows with a but- ter far record of 1.77 and 1.56% respectltully. The third place went to the cow, Blue Jersey owned by R. E. Bianton. Winners of the two and three year old class: Little Jersey, owned by R. E. Bianton, with a butter fat record for 24 hrs. of 1.36%. Second place went to Gracie, own- ed by Peg Doyle with a record of .966%. This contest over a 24 hour per- iod shows that we have some good cows in this county. They produced at a big disadvantage in that they refused to take but little feed and water. Winners In all show classes: Senior and Grand Champion bull went to Bindle's Prudent Prince No. 328783. This sire was a sen- sation with the spectators as well as the judge. Mr. Grout Second pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 September 1933

CONTRACTORS* NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CON- STRUCTION | mi thai hm BTARVE TO fium MMl far etoaunc they«o NAKED. There It bo earthly excuM for nwh k state of affair*, and there IT but one reason for this; that to prtfgtt Individuate have cornered the money of the country and there's only ONE-FORTH as much money In circulation as there should be 81ow actions of the Courts is another reason why murdering of the innocent goes on apace. Bluit and Thurman Burkley. nigger brothers under death penalty for the brutal pistol murder of Miss Kathryne Pricc, 19, slain in a cot- ton field on Balch Springs road, in Dallas county, night of August 30th, grasped at an opportunity for sixty additional *days of life when they were brought before Judge Here ladies is shown the new wave to be worn with those small «lSJ}\tL°"Ct^clerrwatveP'itIwas ! Adams for sentence. In cases of fashioned and introduced by a fa- J that kind such dirty culpits should mous New York beautician. u~ —*—*" ° Sealed proposals for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 September 1933

fv ' w" Education In South America With lira. R A. Campbell as hostess, the Woman's Development Club of Claude, studied the edupji. . R. L. Oaube MM M or the fotowlns program: Administration of Schools In South America—Mrs. H. L. Ounter. Primary and Secondary Educa- tion—Mrs. H. D. Roblson. Higher Education in South A- merlca—Mrs. W. T. Christian. Progress in the Schools—Mrs. J. J. Goodger. Members present Included Mrs. D. Walker Miss John Ella tlooal systems of South America,'Hathom, Mrs. J. C. Yeaman, Mrs. Thursday afternoon. September 31. H. L. Ounter. Mrs. H. D. Roblson, Mrs, C. B. Hunter. Mrs. L. V. Nelson. Mvs. P. B. Dosltier, Mrs. J. J. Goodger, Mrs. B. W. Ker- jrlck, Mrs. W. T. Christian, Mrs TO TRADE:—A Dresser and two'?, H Dunn- Mrs R L Comb!; Iron Bedsteads for a good Coul s J D Hu(tson and Mls Camp" Heater. W. J. HOLTZCLAW. Wnsli- Jhe meeting wlll^ be burn, Texas. WANT ADS Mr. and Mrs. W. t TB mu OMOCERT Hardy Btovall, formerly of" «• when the NRA Oroeery Claude, but bei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 September 1933

JOHHUSAH _ of Optical service. Our price* have been tower- as iwmltiln lit keepinc with this up-to-«tandard f we have the OK from several thousand patients whom tM are serving in Amarilto and the Panhandle of Texas. Dr. T. M. Montgomery, Optometrist m |^| Street Amarillo, Texai Thirteen years in the exclusive practice of Optometry EXCURSION FARES DALLAS and Return STATE FAIR OF TEXAS October 7th. to 22nd S14.70 On Sale OCT. 6th to tint INCLUSIVE. Final Limit to reach original starting point prior to mid- night October 26th. $7.40 Week-end Tickets Allowing Saturday, Sunday and Mon- day In Dallas Final Limit to Leave Dallas prior to mid- night following Monday. AUTOMOBILE. STOCK AND POULTRY THOUSANDS OF EXHIBITS AND MANY OTHER EXHIBITS SHOWS For reservations or fur* ther information call or write your Local Agent Or F. D. DAGGET — General Passenger Agent Fort Worth and Denver City Railway Fort Worth, Texas Tenth Installment SYNOPSIS! Ruth Warren, who lived in the East, is willed three...

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