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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 November 1933

COMMENT B"Hom^mce * * * A F • M A W A UN, tr tk Bam• Colar Trim* M The PHflit of the Tenant Fanner Bra VERY discouraging situation in |L$D Texas and Oklahoma is brought lyUI out by the last United States Census in that it shows a large in- crease in tenant farmers and a sharp decrease in farm owners. Tenant farm- ers increased in Texas from 174,991 in 1910 to 301,660 in 1930. In Oklahoma a little better showing is made but there was considerable increase in tenant farmers in the "Sooner" State. It is safe to say that 80 per cent of the ten- ant farmers in Texas did not make any- thing more than to provide their fami- lies with bare necessities. And this was accomplished by the women and chil- dren toiling in the "fields, when the women should have been in the home and the children in school. The census for 1930 shows that of the 104,3:57,458 acres in cultivation in Texas 41,397.727 were tilled by tenants. The census also shows that the average farm has in- creased in acres, whereas ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 November 1933

m it was decided to erect a wi ma qui an sal au br< of by * ] \K 0 F 5 W Hn> nrc If yoi wi pl< six-room bimdu for the over-flow of students wl in cottages ment, adjacent to the campus. who were housed temporarily Encamp- at Westminister THE CROOKEDEST ROAD" The most crooked piece of highway in Texas is soon to be made the straightest. It is that portion of Highway No. 29 in Travis and Caldwell counties. It is called the 'crookedest road in Texas." Both counties have been asked to fur- nish rights-of-way for a new highway to replace the zigzag one. The present road will remain to serve the rural com- munities. Wart ^ , claims tile honor of "producing the largest one on record. The weed on exhibition at Clovis, N. M., displayed by a State Highway Department patrol crew, measures 2% feet in circumference, sev- en feet eight inches in diameter, with the main root stem measuring 1% inches in diameter. his first advent has gath its objective the Canyon, not far from Canyon City.^...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 November 1933

ism ipQIF Im anf DEM-Yw Miy Find What You Want FARMS AND RANCHES POULTRY AND ECU nut Dixie Certified Chicks 8frcd by pedigreed cockerels from 200-egg trapiMBt and Official Uecord Hen*. Our I lock* have been blood-tested for years. We are the South's largest producers of 200-egg wired chicks. The 200>egg quality of ourchkks has been definitely establish- ed by the record* of our birds at the Of- ficial Egg Layiiig Contests. Write for free catalog which described our flocks. Master Breeding Far run—the only organi- sation of ita kind in Texas. We hatch all leading varieties and furnish Texan CERTjFlbl) chicks at prices no higher than far ordinar/ chicks. 100 per cent live delivery and prompt service guaran- teed. Write for fre« catalog now. DIXIE POULTRY FARMS, Brenhnm, Texas. Pint EN thouwnd una on South Plaina id V'ochrmn Count*, Ttxu. eloM to Santa ■klUllroad. In HO-acre tracU, or lane*'. Tear chotoc thirty dollar* por aero; terma, to actual aotUtta. <«« dollar per acre euh a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 November 1933

pxiw Ml ' 4 Ju# think., .t-mod- crn, new hotel, in hurt of New York— 200 feet from Broad- way and 45th Street A room and bath (or one, I $2.50; fer two, $3.50. PICCADILLY «s* r ltll«JI OADWAY • NEW row VILIAM MADC'JMO. Itaf LEGION MUSEUM A site has been tendered the American Legion of Tex- as for its proposed museum, and the first exhibit has been received. It is the pen with which President Roosevelt signed the bill passed by Con- gress providing for the coin- age of 1.500.000 silver half dollars commemorating the centenniary of the indepen- dence of Texas. It is proposed to sell these coins at $1, the proceeds to be placed in a bank until needed in connec- tion with the construction of the museum. A site for the building has been offered by the board of regents of the University of Texas at Aus- tin. The museum, which eventually will be turned over to the State as the Amreican Legion's gift to posterity, will provide a permanent home for the Texas Legion and its Auxiliary. The bui...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 November 1933

: <L I <■ tores Radiance to a tired skin it "Pond's Cold OfMm Mi my thin both dean and rcf r wh«d •t th« nmi time." CLOGGED pores and (trained mus- cle! can quickly be relieved by elsansing the skin thoroughly with Pond's CM Cream. Its richness re- moves every speck of grime and gives the pores a chance to breathe. A generous patting of cream, left on while you relax or overnight, restores the (kin's natural freshness. Just as important for a smooth, fine skin is protection. Pond's Van- uhing Cream guards against expo- lure and is a marvelous powder base! If carelessness has roughened your •kin. Pond's Vanishing Cream will quickly restore a lovely skin texture. Pond's simple way to beauty is jour way to skin loveliness. ■■ I 181 1MNT COTTON Information available through the State headquart- ers of the Toxaa Cotton Co- operative Ai oci*tlon indicates that Texas cotton farmers de- siring to take advantage of the government's ten-cent loan program will find the acreage reduction ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 10 November 1933

MKraarvrc asem-AW-t /'V £;*;%'* < :^jfW m?*m'. "f . r-' - w'l? ..•• jt' . ■ **%sgkl ; ■■> , -• 1 S0??AnuT A wful SOPE- *tCp^fWt r "THE we HW M oZw^*!! s& ?'• **. \ j^8§ss&- THAH^KweOOO «; -maj^ than th« orl9^n° •^*SUoHhe "*£££• * fW* Y*°rt* , At the Pr,ce ® rcaolar g« * ®KM <■ fiwhh ■ • '• ■ iM^: : * JT%i. •/1 m __, «~r-wriEp*'Tr, r—T -NflPTfTT ; , . > •;■ >••• • '*. ' *' / -■- -.,' ■ • ; r-:f nr •' 9s40mm $?§? .,• &KS& #£M| /' X , m y} ? 'Mi \ mm W" ..•-; - A." lyr" BRONTOSAURUS, the thunder reptile. Alive he weighed 40 tent. At Sinclair'* Dinosaur Exhibit in the Chicago World's Fair he Is gazed upon by an average of 1,250,000 people a month. Sinclair built this exhibit to imprest en your mind the tremendous bge of the crude oils used In making Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil and Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. A companion product Is Sinclair H-C Gasoline—now selling at regular gas price—an even higher antiknock gaso- line than the famous Sinclair Stepped...

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

I rt'/l par cent W TNT now IMMM thoald be act utile Cm newspaper admUahig aver; year. Try it In The New* and watch your baalnew paw by leap* and bound*. CLAUDE NEWS Want Advertising at onlj I . rnu word will «ell aometbinf far eaab yaa have about the place or briaf yaaaaaa thing you need at a bargain. Try it in The New* at only t centa a VOLUME 43. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1933. NUMBER 11. ii Armstrong Co. | N W Texas Con- Red Cross drive ference Metho- A Big Success dist Church In their Drive to assist the Red Cross The Armstrong county la- dles did excellent work last Sat- urday, considering the depression that has done much to keep those willing to pny their dollar from doing so. Our National Red Cross has done much for Armstrong county, and we should help the cause as much as we possibly can. A car load of flour was given this county along with many ready made gar- ments and cloth with which to make other garments which were given to the poor and needy. ...

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

Almre ii Mr. iieurgv C. Mat hew* of Ma<lison, Wis., the new member at the Federal Trade Commission, •uececditiK Win. K. Humphrey, wlio rei-entIv refused President Route I'vlt'i rrtjurat to resign. ;W : r .! 1 II has said that the suc- eeaa of a nation lies in not the • soil but rather in the man who tills the soil. I have been approached recent- ly on the subject of the Far- mers' Strike in the middle west. \ Yes, indeed interesting, at least to those of us who believe that the tactics employed by the strik- ers are non American in principle and In deed. The question as to what Texas will do if the idea is brought to our fair state has been well answered by some of our Armstrong county farmers. It Is that our highways are public thoroughfares to be blocked by no group, and that it is the duty of all to see that we are not denied the free use of same at any time. One farmer expressed plainly his views by saying "to take away from him the right to sell or trade anything he law- ful...

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

4- * -V Let The Claude Newt order your favorite Daily and get Your Home Town Paper at HALF PRICE. ON* 8-PLY CASING—1-50—20 to sell, at one dollar. Lots of miles yet on this casing. Call at Print- ing Office. io-p A Want Ad. at ONLY 2-cento * word, will sell for CASH something you do not need, or bring you quick results. POSTED NOTICE This 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 will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-C CUSTOM GRINDING I have installed a now mill and am doing custom feed grinding in the same building occupied by Pete Moore, in the Old Johnson Blacksmith shop. Ten cents per hundred charged for all thre~hed grain, 15c for heads, and 17'-c per hundred for bundle feed. I grind on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday of each week ONLY. Give me a trial .—CLIFFORD CASE. 11-tf WE ARE DOING OUR PART To Bring Back Prosperity. All Work Guaranteed in Price and Quality SHOE HOSP...

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

SlNCtM*- m x SiatUif Rtfining C . Seventeenth Installment I ft Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) M. R. BEST Phone 57 Claude, Texas Tune in Monday evening®—40 NBC Stations Sinclair Minstrels. SYNOPSIS: Ruth Wtrrtn. born and raited 'r an Eastern city, is willed three-fourth (Merest in the Dead Lantern ranch in A i/ona. Willi her youthful husband, who * in poor health, and tlveir tmall son, David, they come to Arizona to take up where hutii's l>roili«r, reported killed in Mexico, had left oft. They reach Dead l.antern, 85 mite* irom the nearest railroad, with the t.elji of Old Charley Thane, nelghborini raircher who als o carries the rural mail. At lit? ranch thry find the partner. Suavely, aml u huge woman, Indian Ann, who Bfe«t then; smpicimislv. As they trudge the 5 miles from ranch gate to the house they oa s a l uge rock in a gulch where a voice whispers. "Co back. Go hack." Ruth - 'iu*l a"d caught in a rain shortly after their •jrrival contracts pneumonia and passes ®way ...

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

VOLUME tt. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. U, 1MI. Num u. Many Men Put To Work Arm- strong County Every man who is able bodied and will go before Dr. Carroll (or an examination and be ex- amined, can get a job in Arm- strong county now. Not only Armstrong county but In every other county In Texas, we find the Government has sent out orders for more money to be spent on relief work. All you have to do is to meet the re- quirements and you get a Job. Many extra men have been put to work the past week, cleaning up Claude, since which time the town Is looking neat and clean. After this is accomplished, we hope the department will have enough money to Grade, Drain and place Caliche over the high- way beginning on the Armstrong county line between here and Con- way, thence south through Claude on down to the Hamblen cross- ing across the Canyon between Claude and Wayside. This would give us a good road north and south. As Highway No. 5 is already being graded and drained thr...

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

K ■■ . m il 1 CHASES FOR SALE The Claude News has six, 6 column chases for sale. These are Electro welded and cost as $11 each, but they must sell at some price regardless of first cost. We have several other chases size larger than 6-column to sell cheep. White us your NEEDS. o We understand that November 30th. is positively the last day in which back taxes can be paid without levying penalty and costs. In some instances it is said that parties will be able to save from THIRTY TO THIRTY-FIVE per cent if they get their money in on time. To make such a big saving, it would pay all those who can to borrow money with which to pay back taxes. o The question is wisely asked: "Why should a man or woman work, strive and canive to lay up more money, when they already have more money than they could spend in a life time, if they spent one thousand dollofrs a month until their death?" It is energy wasted and time ill spent, and the wisest man in the mil- lionaire class will nnt do it. o Winte...

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

$M£m. r- Dally and get Your Home M HALF PRICK. ONI S-K.Y CASINO—4-80—30 to MU at one dollar. LoU of mllci M on this oaslug. Call at Print- ing Office. lo-p Controversies ratio NOTICE This la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Paiturea are posted, and huntlnc. trapping or flitting to not permitted and all trespassers will be proeecuted. CLINTON ■TORY, Aeet. Mgr. 11-U-c CUSTOM GRINDING I have Installed a new mill and am doing custom feed grinding In the same building occupied by Pete Moore, in the Old Johnson Blacksmith shop. Ten cents per hundred charged for all thre-.hed grain, ISc for heads, and 17'.4c per hundred for bundle feed. I grind on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of each week ONLY. Give me a trial—CLIFFORD CASE. 11-tf On the left ia Edward A. O'Neil, President of the American Farm Bureau Federation, who announces the federation's support of President Roosevelt's Agricultural Adjustment Act plans and opposing farm strikes. At the right is Milo Reno, of Iowa, Farm Ho...

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

10 Now that your farm is on wheels Bach year sees the addition of some mechanical device to your farm. Automobiles, windmills, home lighting plants, incubators came long ago—and new labor- saving devices loom in the offing. All of them need the correct oils and greases—the most economical gasolines or the finest kerosene. Sinclair makes a line of petroleum products which for completeness and high quality cannot be equalled. We sell Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil, and Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil, Sinclair Tractor Oils, Sinclair Gasolines, Sinclair Super-Flame Kerosene, Sinclair Cup and Axle Grease and all farm oils. Just call or write— 1 SINCLAIR oils. GREASES, GASOLINES, kerosenb AGENT SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY (INC.) M. R. BEST Phone 57 Claude, Texas Tune in Monday evenings-40 NBC Stations Sinclair Minstrels. "GUARD YOUR EYES" Don't pay the terrible price of eye neg- lect-broken health, mental and physi- cal suffering-in trying to save the small price of good glasses. Here we have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 December 1933

>V- ' H Mr. |h^m Msat fhi im per cant a1 yaw pw Immm Am M W itl adit Im wwii imlM mg every year. Try M la Tha New* w ad watch yaw kmtam gnw by Imp i ml honn*. CLAUDE NEWS ten abMrt Um place or thto* yon Bwd mi la The New* it only t f«r «Mk m *> ■ VOLUME 45. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY,, TEXAS. FRIDAY DEC. 1. 1933. NUMMHt II. Our Saturday Pay Roll Bet- ter Than Before Over 40 men came to the court house Saturday to receive their pay checks, for work done In and near Claude. Because of this work our town Is much cleaner and our streets look a great deal better. Something like $1,000 In Govern- ment checks were given to labor- ers here Saturday afternoon, all of which was badly needed at this time. County administrator, J. E. John- son, and County Chairman, J. D. Woodbum, were kept quite busy for a while Issuing checks for this work. This In addition to the money being paid laborers for grading and draining the Highway No 6. east to west through Armstrong county, will come In as a g...

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

'4-m )mm m u* pMkagt Ik today «r Sunday at . , but Just m moo >> we order the IS onto 8FBOIAL DBJVUtY STAMPS taken off end the real- tor poetate used, the package ar- rived from two to four days later every week. This, was no fault of the Local Post master, D. C Dodge, for we usually called for this package before he had time to deliver it, after its arrival. If postal clerks can rush from New ££(01OTOBPt 3JJK JhHH K. Mai Christian Church, Clarendon, Tina. :0: WHAT THC STABS INDICATE ■y Madame Delphlna November 99th: Railroads and VISI'S MO bscauss of the «l dollars reeetved to cotton plow-up cheeks this tan, It Is revealed In statements made by county agents to the Bxtention Service at Texas A. and M College. Old debts and back, taxes are listed as the two chief ways in which this money has been spent, although much other means of traveling, together!of it has gone into purchase and with radio and other means of IrepaJr of farm machinery, and communication and news of pub- pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 December 1933

-0* Let Tb« £laude News older your tevoriO Daily and get Your Home Town Paper at HALF PRICE. POSTED NOTICK ThU to to notify the public that aH mS k. « A '• •. «. a. rawiUM Ml pwitQ, and huntlnc, trapping or (lihing la not permitted and all trespassers will be proeecuted. CLINTON ■XNRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c WE ARE DOING OUR PART To Bring Back Prosperity. All Work Guaranteed in Price and Quality SHOE HOSPITAL 511 Taylor Street, Amarlllo, Texas ANOTHER ONE—Of those lurge Webster's International Diction- aries which always sells (or $16.50 to go at ONE-PORTH OFF for Cash. This New Webster's Dic- tionary has never been taken from the original wrapper in which it came. Just the thing for schools, Business men, editors and those who would have an infallible guide as to the spelling of all English words and their definition. It is a library within itself. First come first Served.—CLAUDE NEWS, tf The Cost So Low You Never Miss It Just leave your laundry, properly itemized and labled, in your l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 December 1933

so From Wyandottes to Windmills Incubators, windmills, sewing machines, tractors—all these totally different devices with their varying fuel and lubrication needs can be found on many farms— perhaps on your farm. You need some one organization on which you can rely for the oils, greases, gasoline and kerosene with which to keep your farm machinery run- ning smoothly and economically. The Sinclair line of petroleum products is both most complete and of the highest quality. We can take care of all your needs as we sell Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil, Sinclair Pennsyl- vania Motor Oil, Sinclair Tractor Oils, Sinclair Gaso- lines, Sinclair Super-Flame Kerosene, Sinclair Cup and Axle Grease and all farm oils. Just call or write— 2 Sinclair OILS. GREASES. GASOLINES. KEROSENB AGENT SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY (INC.) M. R. BEST Phone 57 Claude, Texas Tune in Monday evenings-40 NBC Stations Sinclair Minstrels. CTTTl JUL* "GUARD YOUR EYES" Don't pay the terrible price of eye neg- lect-broken health...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 December 1933

c& y> •; : ^ 'v ; ■'-f' CLAUDE NEWS — jom mm* at i la The Neva at anly t -X >' vauna a. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 8, IMS. NUMBER M. Our Allotment Of Men is Cut Down to only 93 TO CIVIL WORKS ADMINI- STRATOR. Armstrong County, Texas. Your last allotment of Civil Works jobs Is 93 men. It Is anticipated that within the next ten days this allotment will be Increased about 15", or 30%. In-the-meantime — you are only authorised to work the number of men shown above AND NO MORE until further authority is five you. DO NOT, however, discontinue anyone now at work until we advise, but you must begin to pre- pare for the fact that you will have to cut your workers down to your allotment. You must realize that this en- tire program of Civil Works is only designed to give jobs to ap- proximately ONE-THIRD of the unemployed In the entire United States. On an average, this same percentage must apply In every county. In other words this CWA program piers to employ 4.00...

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

i M arts small mtoy. IT the new de«l mm anything It.mean* subordl T,nlirilWM**t. Texas.— Dennis Zim-1 merman, Tulla attorney, was re-| eently appointed to the board oil directors of Texas Technologic*) College by Oovernor Miriam A. Ferguson to succeed Houston Harte, San Angelo newspaperman, who resigned to accept a position as member of the Texas Relief Com- mission. :0: This coolest, most confident President well knows he would be re-elected today by a majqrlty even greater than a year ago. The cheerful, balanced faith of Frank- lin Delano Roosevelt whose Thanksgiving proclamation omits •Mrs. Ida B. Wise, Er n ton, IU., n«w President of the W. 0. T. U. says that prohibition will return in the United States, even though she m*j| set Uve to st* it had this stuff for sale. The peo- - .Pie who sold me this sent me the usual "whereas" and simply a big book that must have cost m Proclaim good will and good health to all by using a Christmas Seal on every package and letter. :0: We are mo...

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