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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 February 1931

c,r'¥'% ;■?■: Hunter IMiM VtATt Editor But. Manager Society Editor Humor Editor Bert Woold ridge Sports Editor y T I i n [ tfr-WM ft* fourth DOW The gam* wu eloee and «u un decided who would win until the last whistle blew. One team Mor lng and then the other. When the final whistle blew, the score gave the game to.Claude by 3 points. Anyone, seeing this game, saw the best game of the season. The teams were evenly matched and i4B*ti*w mnirt PERSONALS. Miss Mildred Blanton and Miss Vedena Krnuse visited Mr. Blan-!1,01,1 Played well. ton Of Wellington, Sunday. I We go to Tulia this weekend. ui« viola Jones and Ruth preparing to bring home the lov- Nlchols of Clarendon were at the j 'n8 CUP- dance last Friday night. | We have also ordered our sweaters. They will be here soon. Cain spent last week end with her folks, who reside at Can- yon. Several of the students are work- ing out for tennis this week. Blaine Sewell and Wllber Cobb tutored by Russell CLAUDE GIRLS GO TO TULIA. turned ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 February 1931

Sto ■ ital Bus -The ick abound Busses—are operated with TEXAS COMPANY gasoline and lubricating oils? Such Popularity Must Be Deserving. R. C. Ballard, Agent THE TEXAS COMPANY WE HAVE SOLD OUR ELEVATOR at Claude, Texas AND ARE CLOSING OUR STOCK OF GRAIN AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. WE HAVE ON HAND BARLEY, OATS, MILO MAIZE, YELLOW CORN, AND MIXED CORN, ALL IN BULK. INQUIRE AT ELEVATOR FOR PRICES. J. N. BEASLEY GRAIN CO. Sixth Installment Maggie Johnson, wliosc father is a letter- farrier, it the domeatic drudge of the humble home where her mother dues Utile exoeyt bemoan the fact, that she has "seen better days" and her aister Lit, who works tu a beauty shop, lies abed Ute. Magyi* haa to get the family breakfast before she Starts jDUt.1 to her job in the Five-snd-1'en-Cent Store. ■. There's a new Tk>jt at tHe Flve-and-Ten, Joe Grant. He tells Maggie that he has been assigned to work as her helper in the stock room. He seems rather dumb, but Maggie helps him through his first day at the st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

NEWS Waat have thing r la Tb« « Mfl MMMtktag tar «Mk 9M I >Mt the Dm «r Mm mi* I ■ ml K ■ havgatt. tif K I N««s it Nir | aaaii i wwl, I VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARM8TBONQ COUNT* TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 13, 1931 NUMEMtt I ' / Legislators First Month's Work Finished By CLYDE W. WARWICK (Representative 123rd District) AUSTIN, February 10, (Special) —The end of this first legislative month finds the lines pretty well defined as to what may be ex- pected from the 42nd Legislature. Many freak bills and revolutionary measures have been introduced, but from the test votes so for taken indications are that this session will be conservative, almost ultra conservative and that the cooler heads will finally prevail in what- ever measures that are passed by both Houses and approved by Gov- ernor Sterling. The battle on emergency ap- propriations will likely be in pro- gress by the time this is printed in fact, the battle in the com- mittee room has been going on since the opening of the session. No one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

I I I K evm FRIDAY County, ymt.. i the County, year— ..11.80 |2,5(j .Tw'a^ PHE9S AJflOQATION The Tulla News carried a first- parge cartoon last week, picturing a large REVENUE Pot on the stove boiling. Beside this pot stood the Railroads dishing out small amounts of revenue to the little tots ■tanding below. These little tots were labeled , Bus Lines, Truck Lines, Etc. It seems to us that this picture is over-drawn. Why, Because the Railroads are now paying, and have been paying a long time, very- heavy taxes, much of which goes towards building and paving our public highways, over which these busses and trucks travel, without paying taxes commensurate with the amount of damage they do to said roads. But the taxes paid by both the Busses and Railroads are not half so damaging as the lives of men, women, boys and girls that are snuffed out by these busses and trucks, A long list of those crippled, maimed, killed and almost cricified. bears evidence of the great toll taken of not only...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

mm We can furnish music moitaay time desired and for any occasion. — See — J. F. Fischer Si m* I * t- 4 E. C. Knott and Alton Miller motored u> Borger Sunday. Robert Thomas visited with Vega friends Monday last. CHICK PRICES SMASHED Now you can buy home hatched chicks from home produced eggs priced as low as 9c each on White Leghorns and 10c each on Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds and Buff Orpingtons in hundred lots. He less in 500 lots; lc less in 1000 lots. Best grade blood-tested chicks higher. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring us your eggs on Saturdays and Tuesdays. $5.00 per 158 egg trays, $2.75 per >/i tray. Turkey eggs 16.00 per 110 egg trays. Satisfaction guaranteed; insurance carried. Complete line of poultry supplies at money saving prices. ADKISS0N HATCHERY 413 W. 4th AVE. PHONE 5170 AMARILLO, TEXAS HYDEN'S The fwo weeks proceeding fast- er Sunday will be u*ad for our early meeting this year. March the 22nd to April the «th. Our hope la that every person or organiz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

fet' i' i > 'in m in. . "arrtWAiiT. sk-p TAM ALES rolled to for your approval at -INN. (23-TP) Psychology The Third to a Come of Ten Let- son# In Bible Teachlnt. on "The Mind We Teaeh" Reliable man between 3S and 50 to supply old demand for Rawletgli Health Products. Surety Con- required. Company furnishes 'thing but the car. Good profits tor hustlers. Write the W. T. Raw- Mgh Company, Memphis. Tenn. or m me. C. A. Rhyne, Clauds, Texas (26-P) RE-CLEANED SEEDS FOR SALE I have about 4.000 pounds of Re- cleaned Highari, 4,000 pounds of Red Top Maize, to sell at $2.50 per hundred for each. Also 4,000 pounds Of SURE CROP WHITE CORN, to (O at $2.00 per bushel. If interested Phone AUBRY KNIGHT, at 903 C. These seeds are located at H. H. Harred's farm half mile north of Claude, Texas. 25-P REMEMBER that good CHILI at the WAG-INN, come in and try it again its still as good. (23-TFi FOR REAL BATTER YSERVICE call 175, ROAN- GARAGE. 16tf-c FOR RENT—4-Room residence; close to at ONLY $3 a wee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

S*8 w*mmm .. wm m mm imin i mm m mm *sw "I • 1 • new Ford is an economical car to own and drive how first cost, low coat of oper- ation and up-keep, and low yearly depredation mean a distinct saving to every purchaser THE new Ford ia a splendid car to own and drive because of its attractive lines and colors, safety, com- fort, speed, reliability and long life. There are, in addition, three other features of importance to every far-seeing automobile owner ... low first cost, low cost of operation and up-keep, and low yearly depreciation. I During the life of the car, the day-by-day economy f owning a Ford will amount to considerably more *n the saving on the first coat. You save when you the Ford and you save every mile you drive. He reasons for this economy are simplicity of desi^a, high quality of materials and care in manu- facturing and assembling. Many vital parts are made to limits of one one-thousandth of an inch. Some to three ten-thousandths of an inch. Throughout, the new F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

pp£ ■W- &*; $ . i know the world's largestTrans- lental Bus System-The Pickwick syhound Busses—are operated with TEXAS COMPANY gasoline and lubricating oils? Such Popularity Must Be Deserving. R. C. Ballard, Agent THE TEXAS COMPANY WE HAVE SOLD OUR ELEVATOR at Claude, Texas AND ARE CLOSING OUR STOCK OF GRAIN AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. WE HAVE ON HAND BARLEY, OATS, MILO MAIZE, YELLOW CORN, AND MIXED CORN. ALL IN BULK. INQUIRE AT ELEVATOR FOR PRICES. J. N. BEASLEY GRAIN CO. "WITHOUT CRITICISM" —That's how the last in- spection by the State Health Depart- ment was passed at the— WAG-INN (Few Places Can Say This) K*S6XKMOt%$%XXXX%XV%%XXXX%X%XX%X%XX%XXXX%XXXX.%%X%>l. 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 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

m* M-:.' ^*••■•■'f t' '"C"'' ■wcJLpJ^n | pL „ < 1 - - ■ ■ . " - '■■•>•• • .•-■■• Vk U : ""I1 ' 'I 1 " 1 ' ■ : Mr. Biateaaa Mnt Uhn par mm at yMr pw Immu atoald ba aat mUU far amHpw wlrarttalnf arary yaar. Try k id roar boalrfaaa will lacraa(a by laapa and bounds. iNriir B' SECTION . ? •:''*« 1 w. ' ' ■■> ' '. "V: * '•;/* * ' . ' , \ t ..>• ^*7 WANT ADS at aaly Se a word win •ell aoawthing far eaab yan haroabo** tha plaea ar bring yon aomcthlng you naad at a bargain. Try it ia Tha Claada Newt at only 2c par word. VOLUME 42. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUN' Y, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1931. NO. 2?, a SEEZEM and SQEEZEM By OSCAR HIT Gftpjrlftit, 1923. b| The Mcft'lure Xcwipaiprr Bftul s f AX AWftlV- ITKIHK WE'D KTfefc CAN THAT MEW I ?M«HAM- HE'S 6ETTM& TOO > TOO MUCH Of A Cm\\ ON OOR. SltfcteKAFKER.- ME'* tfENOlNfir | OWtW IK THE OFFICE, AND OUR-MOHEY <*mj\0A^ANt>, NO OOMEW. ALW6HT, Yoi/RC THROtfcH'. TAKE-THE-AIR'.'. WERE HOT nOMHlfie A "?POONtNG SMPOR Y00 KMOW LOIS,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

M SSSK r Br TROY MILTON MORRIS •erricM. tm, kr tfc* Bmm (Mm frt t c.) IECENTLY I stood among the ruins of old Fort Griffin, in Shackelford county, Texas, the 1 once imposing army post that guarded the far-flung border of Texas, thereby making it safer for the buffalo hunter, the cattleman and the home- steader; in those days Indians roamed at large, bedecked in war paint and armed with rifles, bows, arrows and spears, seeking the white man's life in revenge for the invasion of what was considered their own lawful and native land. What is left of Fort Griffin today is but a scene of desolation and decay. The once imposing stone buildings have dis- appeared from the face of the earth, with the exception of three. The offi- cers' quarters have been gutted by fire, but the walls yet rear themselves proudly. The old mess hall is intact- time having damaged it very little—its oven seemingly as good as the day the soldiers baked their last loaf. At the ex- treme northwest border of the old...

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

mi " i i'i KP; ® # iiSi l?« *■v; jp ' '' ."i#T ■'■#. ■ \<y.- I *. 'i i' #fi ■ V-' ! - ,4* J}' ■■ I'll . ■;■ J'-! . . 1 N > / 'il pm ' • By J. H. (JIM) LOWRY (CwrrliH 1ML, br Ikt Baa* Cotor MM Or) ^nmjwg or Evening 1A8T June I stood before a company of young women and men who had completed the high school course of study and had gathered to wceive their diplomas. And what a happy-faced, what a jolly ensemble of youth it was. Not a line of care on the brow, and the smiles on their lips show- ed plainly that every heart was singing a song of gladness. To myself I said, how delightful if the stretch of human life could be one continuous morning, with eternal springtime in every heart, the smile of hope on every lip, and the velvety softness of youth on every cheek. Some weeks later I sat with a man and his companion who had lived out more than the allotted years of man- kind. There were furrows on their cheeks and brows, their voices were weak and their footseps tottering—but they...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

V . ■'" r %9d gae MK \ •6" ♦ «> SEASON * of daer Idltod inTexaa uuon WM 8,988. This wu an ^ of 782 over the previous sea- , When there were 8,201. The increase the Mil wm due mainly to the in- wjtse of the hunting area from 1,500,- 000 teres to 2,408,769 acres. The num- ber of wild turkeys killed was 1.359, compared to 628 the previous season. Over one-half of the deer and turkeys killed on shooting preserves were taken in the four counties of Mason, Kerr, Gil- lespie and Comal, in each of which coun- ties there was a large increase of the hunting acreage. Over half of the tur- keys killed were in Mason and Gillespie counties. The champion county for deer was Mason, where 72 9 bucks were killed. w PADRE ISLAND mmmm Only of recent years has attention turaea to the strip of successive islands i^rp KR ' MU. Vtmi+hi — j ■ - Several weeks since the Attorney doubtedly the oldest woman in^n rneral of Texas filed a suit at Austin eastern T that lie like a long first line of defense , , ,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

Th, does make a difference Cunningham Radio Tubes enjoy the confidence of millions of set owners because we have concentrated our every effort on the quality of a single product for the past 16 years. Don't deny yourself the protection Cunning' hams afford the nerve- center of your radio. E.T. Cunningham, Inc. New York Chicago San Francisco Atlanta Dallas RADIO TUBES CROSLEY RADIO The Shield Co., Inc. Fort Worth — D.llu — W co CUNNINGHAM TUBES TEXAS GAINED OVER A MILLION POPULATION More than 1,000,000 gain in population for Texas between 1920 and 1930 is shown in the final summary issued by the Bureau of Census. The State's gain was 24.9 per cent, or an annual increase of 116,148 during the ten years. The final count showed 5,824,715. The numerical increase was larger during the decade than in any previous ten years, and is exceeded only by Califor- nia, New York and Michigan. The rate of growth, although lower than in previous census periods, was the sixth highest in the United Sta...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

fh 9B am \ K ♦ t • • I Mfp . i", very important in certain sections, of Texas. The coun- try around Flatoniais going strong for garlic, 30,000 founds of this crop being shipped from there this year. Some of the farm- ers made as hight as $200 an acre from garlic. Texas turkey shipments for the 1930 season are es- timated at 1,250 cars, with a value of $6,500,000. This •was a decrease from the crop of the previous sea- son, both in number of cars and value. The value of the 1929 crop was $7,- 000,000. The shorter crop of last year was due large- ly to the extended drouth and the late spring. Eight hundred cars were sold prior to December 1, when prices jvere very low. East- ern dealers say Texas birds are superior to those of other western and north- western States. The great bulk of the Texas crop of turkeys was grown in the southern portion of the State. In spite of warnings that the wheat crop of the coun- try must be reduced in or- der to assure living prices, there was a very sl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

■w. smm . ... . mwmvm ^VJvv; ..aN.-' fm&mW; • >•. Biii & PHI nrwaM «MMnwnr i afr "JitS ^^SI8R 'i®" iiPB By AV LGE7 *U2ZLER8 WilTO WBLLMAN i I t ywri; I haven't walked in five years. I have a mother and two email brothers at home. My father ie dead." Mrs. C. W. Shaw, Madill, Okla., writes that "R. C.," her little five.year-old son, who is a Shnt-In member of the club, is home from the hospital with his whole body and left leg in a brace. Think, dear reader, of his suffering. , If you will print the names of the five ob- ' jects in the correct order in the spaces of the upper form you will have, reading downward in one of the upright columns, the name of a common fruit. Then, if you will do the same in the lower form, printing the words in a different order, you will have the name of an- other fruit reading downward in one of its upright columns. RIDDLES 1. Why would you say it would be fatal for a dog to wag his tail 1 2.Why would you call the family album an atlas ? 3. Wh...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 13 February 1931

ma \ •c 'WtsnitroinA.-it i riODIZKD OR PLAIN 'Kf FIRE CARRIED FROM WEST VIRGINIA TO TEXAS A. C. Brown, of Aledo, Texas, tells the story of how his father and family brought fire all the way from West Virginia to Texas in a pot. The journey was made in 1856, in covered wagons, and required nine weeks. And for those nine weeks an iron pot formed the hearth upon which the embers were kept glowing during the covered wagon journey. It was before the days of matches, and ready means of making fire were not always at hand. So each morning when the night's camp was deserted, the em- bers of the fire were gathered up and placed in the iron pot, and a protecting covering of ashes placed over them so the precious spark might not die before the day's journey was ended. Soon after reaching Texas in 1856 Mr. Brown's father erected a brick house not far from the present site of Aledo. The brick was made from clay nearby by Mr. | Brown and his sons. The| house is still in good repair and is occupie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 February 1931

fer,4. ?>;;. .' #};«% ftr ./• 7 W •i. |lr. iNriMii Nbo) Thm per etat «f jrow |tw tmm thoold be Mt mMc far newspaper advertising every year Try It la The New* and watcb yon (row by leaps and bounds. NEWS VOLUME 41 CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 20, 1931 ■HOB Want Advertising at ««ly I word will Mil sMMtfelaf (or have about the plaoo or brtag yn aofc thing you need at a bargain. Try M In The News at only 2 cents a NUMBER U Sheriff Branson And Deputies Make Big Haul Armstrong County Sheriff, Tom Brunson and deputies, made what we consider a Big Hall Tuesday of this week, when they visited a ranch home In the Northeast portion of Armstrong county. They found at this home two men and one woman and her small boy. The two men weie arrested and placed in the Armstrong county jail, so we understand. County Clerk Stewart took us down into the court house base- ment and showed us what we con- sider a mighty good hall. That is something like 98 cartons of clg- aietts, two large...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 February 1931

I t it I nauT . JfMtr. 11.50 year. $3.50 AaaocunoN For his morning subject, last Sun- day, Dr. Tucker, pastor of the First Baptlat church, used: "The Revis- ins of Social Lines", for the even- ing hit subject was: "Old Testa- ment types of New Testament Teaching". Two mighty good ser- mons, by a pastor who "knows what he Is talking about and believes what he says". Words in quotations, are not the editors' but that is a great compliment to any speaker, as great as anyone can make for any speaker. :0: Thousands are ou', of employ- " ment because there is no money with which to hire them. There is no money with which to employ them because the Money Gamblers have withdrawn our circulating Medium. Measure of Values, MONEY, from circulation. They have withdrawn MONEY from circulation in order to inhence its buying power about two hundred per cent. They enhence its buying power two hundred per cent because that means every millionaire who has Ten Million dollars in MONEY, can take that $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 February 1931

SmWl- IB® T, • tISIC! We can furnish music most any time desired and for any occasion. — See — J. F. Fischer Local . ■ ■ m.V — iSSd HOW ABOUT THAT PA VINO? P«triAnil |Z<ocic. It will be remembered that w m jRuth stayed with Mrs. Lone when nhe lived in Olaude, and went to This big rain has reminded us that the streets of Claude are mud- dy and sllppeiy, and that the pav- ing should be pushed right along. The paying company is leady and anxious to begin paving and are ready to begin just as soon as property holders have signed up to begin this much needed im- proving of the City of Claude. :0: Wheat is growing too fast some tell us. CHICK PRICES SMASHED Now you can buy home hatched chicks from home produced eggs priced as low as 9c each on White Leghorns and 10c each 011 Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds and Buff Orpingtons in hundred lots, 'ic less in 500 lots; lc less in 1000 lots. Best grade blood-tested chicks higher. CUSTOM HATCHING a specialty. Bring us your eggs on Saturdays a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 20 February 1931

; S& •/& II old shoes half price of a new m look almost and they will make better than a new GILES, at The City 1-t-c Reliable man between and SO to supply old demand (or Rawleigli , mm to part, is m fol- Products. Surety C011- Company furnishes |verything but the car. Good profits fOt hustlers. Write the W. T. Raw- leigh Company, Memphis. Tenn. or eee me. C. A. Rhyne, Claude, Texas (26-P) RE-CLEANED SEEDS FOR SALE { have about 4.000 pounds of Re- cleaned Highari. 4.000 pounds of Red Top Maize, to sell at $2.50 per hundred for each. Also 4,000 pounds Of SURE CROP WHITE CORN, to go at $2.00 per bushel. If interested Phone AUBRY KNIGHT, at 903 C. These seeds are located at H. H. Harred's farm half mile north of Claude. Texas. ' 25-P : r. REMEMBER that Rood CHILI at the WAG-INN. come in and try it again its still as good. (23-TFi FOR REAL BATTER YSERVICE call 175, ROAN' GARAGE. lGtf-c FOR RENT—4-Room residence; close in at ONLY $3 a week. Phone 97 if interested. 25-p ROYAL TYPE...

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