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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 January 1931

Wmmk *ses. MVMHHffiiKjgHl W$mm as " '6 r- tola braUMr, Ml MHtn MM family at Rodio, New' Itaxko before con- tinuing the trip to Waihtagton rtate. Re report* that Charlie Mc- Laren, who la confined In a Sani- tarium at Clarendon from a stroke of paralysis, Is Improving some. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks E. Read and son, Baby Eugene, of The Claude News, spent the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Read of Blum, Texas, taking ad- vantage of the holiday excursion rate. Miss Velma Read of Here- ford, Miss lone Read of Amarlllo, and Miss Ozelle Read of Claude were also visiting their parents at Blum. Iflydiscuits always goo<t "I never worry about my bak- ing any more. 'Since i started using Amaryllis 1 never (ail to make good biscuits. It's easy now for mc to make real pie crust too--and cakes, why Bob will hardly let them get cool. "I'll certainly never use any other brand of flour." Try this new. easy way to better baking today! AT YOUR MERCHANT'S Mr. and Mrs. Gant of Pampa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 January 1931

r t* the Pan- * WAQ-IN ft or good- tbis oi l-Inn. tl coal heater, or call at 11-tf-c WU.,1 )jcui' t MM* office ~&£h STEW In the Van- . .I on tap at WAQ-inn iff ^ ncWy the public that ,*H to imnr, A. Pastures are posted, trapping or fishing and all trespasser* I* prosecuted. CLINTON Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c >ARM AND RANCH LOANS WANTED—Low Rates of Interest at Liberal Prepayment Options, made lq . Qne Deed of Trust only. Outck Service, Borrower pays NO COMMISSION. Write, Phone or teq Me at Oroom, Texas. S. K. ROACH- 20c T LET US charge your Radio Bat- tery. It will last longer. ROAN'S PARAGE. lG-tf-c RECONDITIONED CREAM 1 SEPARATORS, MILKERS. AND STOVES. JOHNSON-PRICE COMPANY, 215, West 7tii Street, •rillo, Texas. 23p i FOR SALE—One Practically new, Litural Gas Range Cook Stove at See M. Bates or call at News fflce. ■ . v; , rap on Merit Feeds THE PRICE IS LOWER and THE QUALITY IS HIGHER Try*A Sack and Be Convinced NELSON GRAIN COMPANY Phone 96 Claude, Texas ifS Amy, N*Vy aadAfckafet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 January 1931

~ IV • % ys;: m m MOST HEARTILY WE WISH FOR YOU A YEAR OF PROS- ' PERITY AND CON- TINUED GOOD WILL. McDAVID BROS. Amarillo's Progressive Store 622 Polk Street A NEW YEARS GREETING IN THE WORDS OF RIP VAN WINKLE "MAY YOU l.IVE LONG AND PROSPER." If we can add to yoi*r pleas- ures in 1931. it will please us to be given the opportunity. CHAS. PATTERSON Phone No. 183 FAIRVIEW ITEMS The member* of the Telephone line, formerly known M No. 101, met at the Pvirview school home December 36 and elected the fol- lowing officers: C. L. Crimes, pres- ident; Ralph Marsh, secretary- treasurer, Some Improvements were agreed upon. ak:'1 After the usual run of Christmas parties, the Falrvlew community Is preparing for tlie usual climax—a big New Years teed at the Falrvlew school house. SEASONS GREETINGS — from — First Methodist Church — to — OTHER CHURCHES OF THE TOWN. ALL BUSINESS INSTITUTIONS.. OUR SCHOOLS. AND EVERY PRIVATE CITIZEN OF THIS COMMUNITY. B. W. WILKINS, PASTOR GOOD-BYE TO THE OLD YEAR ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 January 1931

(MHMBB i o otm fathom ton rqm vixlmmo / 1930 A CONTINUANCE OP SAME FOR THE NEW FOR YOU UNBOUNDED SUCCESS DURING !!« 1931 Fox Grocery Company .>.>.> \\\\> V.S.N NNN\N\\N\\\\VNS\\\S\\\\N AUCTIONEER I SURE TO SEE ME FOR ARRANGEMENTS AND DATES t YOUR AUCTION SALES. I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU •/IN ANY WAY ON ARRANGEMENTS AND FIXING OUT COPY I' rat SAID SALE. B I. S. HENDERSON State and County Licensed Auctioneer $0638S6XSt«XM6S6XXKStS(X36S$««it«SXSestS88e^ **-t Special We carry a Complete Stock of WIL- LARD BATTERIES, and do Expert Battery Repair Work. We carry plenty of Good Service Batteries at all times. So if your car don't start just phone 175 and we will be right out. Give us a trial because we are trying to give the best of Service. ALL WORK GUARANTEED AAA SERVICE STATION Roan's Garage ' Xd&ic "iC Imperial Barber & Beauty Shop (THE SHOP THAT SERVICE BUILT) Pleue remember "it pays to look well". When you pay us a visit, we try to let you leave looking well. We keep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

r*£P« r«i ii ' Thrw per cent if •hnld b* art nUt MVHrtWnc mrjr year, tf H la th Nmi and watch your trom bjr leapt and bounds. NEWS Wa«t AtortMar it «dr t Mia a ward win mB --nrthlnj far «a* ym b*f aboat the plac. « Mag rm mh Utfng naad at a bargate. Tif ft The New* at only t cento a ward.' VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1931 Plants Opening Indicates 1931 Better Business New Farm Dem- orstration Agent Is Located Here Business activity at the start of 1931 was marked by the return of thousands of workers to the jobs ttiey lost In the closing months of 1930, with railroads leading in the re-employment move, United Press dispatches reported today. Many of the workers were re- hired on a part-time basis. The Chicago & Northwestern Railroad returned 7,000 men to its pay roll, the Monon Lines between 000 and 800, the Rock Island issued work calls to 2.500, anil the Santa Fe to 3.000; the Missouri Pacific and Mis- souri-Kansas-Texas rehired 1,400 at Sedalia, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

|Y*1$1DAY i Owtttjr. y«ar.. tttw county, mr PRESS ny that whiskey and gas- oHlW will not mix. When they do then is usually a terrible catastro- phe, that is why there is a law pass- Mi Making It a penitentiary offense to drive a car while intoxicated. Arthur Brisbane, The Noted Writer, tells us In a late issue of The Amarlllo Globe-News, how peo- ple drink more whiskey under pro- hibition than they drank under open Mloons. Us older heads, who have seen two or three hundred drunks while we had open saloons, to where we see two or three drunks now, will be very slow to be- lieve his statement. :o: "How May I Improve My Chris- tian LUe In 1931," was the subject discussed by Dr. Tucker at the Baptist church at Clauae lust Sun- day morning. His text was taken from the 119 division of the Psalms, verses 67 to 64. Quite a good crowd wm out which inspired the Pastor to give his hearers the best he had on hands for them. :o: When trade is dull and there is not much doing is the time to run y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

with the "WHOOPEE MAKERS" Friday Night, January 9 CLAUDE ARMORY 5*S! PARENTS' VISITORS DAY OBSERVED The Friday December 18 was ob- served, as Parent!-Visitors Day at the Claude High School. The. exact number of visitors have not been recorded yet, but a number, were there. The rooms were decorated with the work the children had done. And an unusually impressive Christmas Program was rendered by the pupils of the fourth grade. :o: BAPTIST CHURCH I ,? I better baking results This dependable, scientifically blended, even-textured flour bakes delicious pastries of all kinds, and ' light, fluffy biscuit equally well. 1 Bake zvith confidence.. use Grf.a t West! AT YOUR MERCHANT'S Local and Personal After a two weeks vacation, Miss Alma Pafford has returned to Amarillo. Mrs. 8. W. Calliham lelt Friday evening for Dallas. Mrs. Calliham expects to be away several months The State Health Department passed the WAG-INN Sandwich Bhop without criticism. 18tfc. Mrs. R. R. Gracy of Breckenridge. Te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

"tSJCRVICI QARAQE lgtf-c t 4 Baott residence; i ONLY |3 a week. Phone 25-p rAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 (ton to sell at ONLY $36. i >7 and buy a real Typewriter IRISH STEW in the Pan- always on tap at WAG-INN ' BLANK NOTES—For sale at the $taude News office. Made up in pads Kt ONLY 35c per pad. tfc 'TOR SALE—Fresh 3 year old Jersey cow. Cosh or credit. (18c) R. E. BLANTON. FOR SALE—120 barrel storage tank and tower cheap. Cash or credit. R. E. BLANTON, Claude, Texas. (18c) WEBSTER'S LARGE NEW IN- TERNATIONAL DICTIONARY, for sale. Made of India paper, one- third the size of regular dictionary and cost $25 when new. Will sell for ONLY $7.50. Phone 97. 25-p POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c FARM AND RANCH LOANS WANTED—Low Rales of Interest at Liberal Prepayment Options, made in One Deed of Trust only. Quick Service, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

'OQPY- I. S. HENDERSON Ml Cant; K«aat^%^MPtWMBOOMHaaKt MOaaiaeWi< |R# £L " •■ '. ; , - 1 ., ■pu Hi aEP ■ ■-, m« "mW~:M jljEjjl m Jp;-" pjfe; " . i Special ;We rry a Complete Stock of WIL- LARD BATTERIES, and do Expert Battery Repair Work. We carry plenty ....,, Of Good Service Batteries at all times. So if your car don't start just phone 175 and we will be right out. Give us a trial because we are trying to give the best of Service. ALL WORK GUARANTEED AAA SERVICE STATION Roan's Garage XefcTiC ~iC iC - Imperial Barber & Beauty Shop (THE SHOP THAT SERVICE BUILT) Mease remember "it pays to look well". When you pay us a visit, We try to let you leave looking well. We keep for sale, shampoo, ■Having soap, hair tonic, hair oil, waving fluid, hair nets. EUGENE PERMANENT WAVES R. E. BLANTON C. W APPLING AIMANK4-I W JAR < A Savings Account Is More Than Money Your savings account is worth more to vou than Just the njooey J1 involves. It represents increased self-confidence, finan- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

• 4 & I ili M .#\ '.'• 'm ! 1km pi*'« t y—> "ftw Intow* 4NMII '• '■* mM« (W imMf adTWtisiag awy yaar. try H i*d your tmalnewi will by Urn pa aad VOLUME 42. w MA ./V' V - ' GAZ IN"E SECTION CLAUDE NEWS WAOT ADS at wty U a «wi will Mil aoamtfcing far eaah yea k w abaat Ike plies or krtaf yaa aoaMtking yaa need at a bar gala. Try it ia Tfca Claude News at only Jc par ward. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1931. NO. 18. SCHOOL DAYS \S Vame „ VW WM7 Wh\ftTo ... & ScvcoC •fcDKfs totfmtfic \#son Sh*cf Temwz- YU. H0J6R virows W. if TWH Me vo lie wr Wmd up v«e ) m vWHceo- Tber, \ vwu&N7 vwe t> Wr\T& op- <p / y^e vo*; W)pT« \/$ w hw^> <5o i e^r vrtin*.- fA"f £*>iaP^S __ Tu^s v/e^i fommi, ©u7ctA. HoW, PlP, V.S7-S Set 1*5 Too B«> 7on emT DRa^ §EC/*JSE «£'!> FROWBfl DRA^tve ftjt«lfcS7 plC.T0R£ OP AU, ^ YflH "Me Si ^/U ^ WW PR>ie^. & C MeChm- N*u-y *pef S>nvT>catt A Teacnsr Mas to Knov.1 a Heap More Tnan Arithmetic Before She...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

si '■$ AJI H & ""it? i :>W!k '■,. ^^tMm'^-'' M^ii#' mm 11 u -mmx. wmm!%vP '^ . ■ ■■- By A. B. MACDONALD hill top, with *ita stakes, like the broken of Tascosa," she Mid. "When I cam* (la Ottp BUT) m elal vain AK old Tascosa, on the Canadian River in the Texas Panhandle, lives One who was there when it was the toughest, wildest, live- liest, most lawless cow town of all the wild frontier. All of the other 500 who lived there fifty years and more ago have died or gone away, except Mrs. Mickle McCormick. Nearly all the adobe houses, saloons, dance halls and gam- bling dives that were there then have crumbled in the beating rains and win- ter blizzards of the Panhandle, and the dust of their walls has been scattered by the four winds of heaven. One that remains is Mrs. Mc- Cormick's house, a little 'dobie of two rooms, and it stands alone, in a clump of weeds and mesquite bushes. Its walls of sun-dried earthen bricks have been worn so thin by the rains and winds of half a century...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

■M'- Bi I'mm 1111*®$ UR RENT COMMENT i By J. H. (JIM) LOWRY (Copyright, 1911, bT th« Horn* Color Print Co.) It's New Year KSI FEW nights ago the wind wailed U a requiem over Nineteen Hundred A| Thirty, and then the bells joyfully v rang in Nineteen Thirty-One; and as the figures on the dial changed, the people wondered what the New Year would be. It will be just like the old years. It will measure days and weeks and months by the journeys of the sun. It will bring up Springtime, with its birds and flowers; it will have Sum- mer, with its melting heat; it will bring us Fall Time, with all the autumnal glories this delightful season rears on the hillsides and spreads in the valleys; and it will bring us Winter, with its chilling, biting cold. The New Year's ministrations and visitations will be the same as those of the year which has so recently taken its place with the things that were. It will gladden us with its seasons of joy, and distress us with its nights of sor- row. It will b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

. o\ the STA ¥' 1 ! H i IP: -fti o: r L ; oi*i nit a: SI m ■ J ■ ■ ■ : i Um wa ton* Um m MM! jn Ute a 1 Ml f m* ea M il<l<i iiifttri "^pSCT'wSffi'011 Work la now in progroM on Fort Worth's splendid Masonic Temple. Ground for the structure wu broken on November 14 with very impressive ceremonies. The temple will cost fl,- 000,000. NEW FEDERAL BUILDING FOR MEXIA The contract has been let for the new postoffice building at Mexia. Sanford Bros, of Montgomery, Ala., submitted the lowest bid, which was $74,045. A site for the building had already been purchased for $18,000. PECAN CROP 9,500,000 POUNDS The 1930 Texas pecan crop was ap- proximately one-fourth of the total United States crop. The Texas crop waa about 9,500,000 pounds, compared with 17,496,000 pounds in 1929. In most sec- tions of Texas the crop of 1930 aver- aged about one-half of that of 1929. TEXAS MOUNTAINS While a very large per cent of Texas is plains, the State also has some moun- tains worthy of note. The mounta...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

,Mmmk RIP S'sJ": rr'&J ^ New tubes excellent tonic for "crippled' radio perform' ance. HAVE YOUR DEALER TE8T YOUR TUBES. CROSLEV RADIO The Shield Co., Inc. Fort Worth — n«ll — W.co CUNNINCHAM TUBES 'PROGRESS IN HARNESS- ING TEXAS STREAMS Notable progress in the work of harnessing Texas streams for the purposes of irrigation, water conservation and flood control has been made the past two years ac- cording to the report recently submitted to the Governor by the Board of Water Engi- neers. During the two years the board approved bond is- "sues totaling $27,000,000 for twenty water districts. Preliminary work 011 the All-Brazos conservation a n d reclamation district. the largest undertaking of its na- ture ever attempted in Tex- as, was begun. TEXAS' OLDEST TOWNS When Stephen F. Austin came to Texas in 1821 he found four Spanish towns, as follows: San Antonio, found- ed in 1718; Bahia. (after- wards Goliad, in 1739; La- redo, on the Rio Grande, in 1755; and Nacogdoches, in 1779. ►...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

] ,r Ml ?v mt wm (I <« m m a a ■ 3 « a <• farmers -county to the .county agent showed that last year hegari surpassed corn as a feed crop in yields in that county. The largest field of Irish I potatoes in the world is a Ray Lemon of Wilbarger county made a net profit Above feed costs of $1,- 298.57 in a year from a flock of .675 hens. In addi- tion he canned 154 hens for home consumption and has 500 pullets on hand. Rows of pinto beans 180 miles long are found in a terraced field of Fowler McDaniel in Mitchell coun- ty. The terraces are cir- cular and the rows follow the terraces. The march of agricultural progress in West Texas has left the straight paths to capture the extra dollars that lurk in crooked rows. Virgin 18-months mo- hair from thirteen angora goats brought C. N. Webb, of Tom Green county, more than ten dollars per goat, selling at 75 cents per pound. The hair was eighteen inches long, and was the first clip from the goats since their birth. Hair of this length i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

or Our Hi« ' BOVS and By AJJNT MARY PUZZLERS Br WALTVK WELLMAN . baavuvajb With the letter* needed to spell the names of the four objects, see if you can spell tha names of two weeds of dots and have not let- ters left over. What two common breeds of _,dogs arc they ? RIDDLES 1. What flower resembles a bull's mouth ? 2. Why is the letter R so valuable in any community? 3. Why is it always easy to find your father and mother? SUNSHINE FOR SHUT-INS CLUB NEWS Dear Club Members: Now, that Christmas is over, we must turn our faces toward a new year. And what a glorious Christmas! I hope St. Nicholas was very k'nd to all of you. With three happy kiddie faces to light our home, Christmas meant more to Aunt Mary than any Christmas heretofore. How Elisa-Maric and Herman Junior danced around the pretty Christmas tree, and the newest member of the club, Wil- liam Byrd, seemed to really enjoy it, too, as he registered his baby approval with coos and a Droad grin. Write and tell us about your Ch...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 January 1931

M I ! ■Hp I p I r s m \1 A LOVELY clear, smooth fV ikln b May to win—If you Juit fire it this simple care: Fir it, for thorough cleansing, generously apply Pond's Cold Cream several times a day and always after exposure, letting the fine oils sink In to t he pores... Second, wlpeaway with Pond's Cleansing Tissues, soft, absorb- ent, economical... Third, dab face and neck with Pond's Skin Freshener to banish olliness, close and reduce pores ... Last, smooth on Pond's Van* ishing Cream for powder base, protection, exquisite finish. 1931. Pond'a Extract Company Feud's famous Twi Creams, Cleans- ing Tissues, Skin Freshener. TEXAS WATERWAY PRO- JECTS GET LIBERAL AID Texas waterway and har- bor projects would receive a total of $3,052,400 for im- provement and $2,230,500 for maintenance during the fiscal year of 1932, according to al- lotments suggested in the an- nual report of the Board' of Army Engineers prepared for Congress. The largest amount of improvement would be given the Sabine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 January 1931

MM and wmtah yew |NV by Imp* Mid bonds. volume 4t pjw«*'fwvr.wTF 9K1S ^;.v:v^f vU'^vw--^: ' .«• , o :«V f'-•-V' -V?- illM ' h. :J ■ ' ; ' .: P'%- Si! rawS ill W«rt MnriMw d «#1 •« mhMNIIM, tki place «r M*f kmak t r la Ik* Main at aaljr I CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY, JAN. 16, 1931 iromn n 50th Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grimes, pio- neers settlers of Armstrong county celebrated their Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary Monday January the 5th, 1931. At the time of this 50th wedding anniversary celebration, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grimes had at their home, four of their daughters and husbands and eight of their grand children, the happy event occuring at their home one mile north of Claude, Texas. All children brought nice gifts Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Yeaman sent a very nice present with congratu- lations; other friends sent hearty congratulations and best wishes. J. H. Grimes was born September the 28th in 1856. in Maury County, Tenn. where he grew to manhood, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 January 1931

a ■■■I y, year. 4L80 PRESS yss. Garland, Texas, News Editor "We (he people are respon- for "Hard Times." Partially Opli Halford is coi rect. but in a greater sense he Is'not correct. If tt Wis left to the people to have CM Times a majority of them have good times every year, vouid pass legislation that give us >50 to $55 dollars per capita in ACTUAL CIRCULATION —that is there would be in actual circulation money to the amount of ISO lor every man, woman and Child In the United States. Some one suggests right here, that you have to nave the security to borrow money, and the people haven't the security, therefore they cannot get the money. The people have just as much security now as they had during the war, when we had $5 per capita in actual circulation. But the Oold Standard Crowd have de- cided to draw in our money, our circulating medium, in order that they might make about two hun- dred per cent profit off of said money. They demand four to six times as much security as they ...

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