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

wBJMn i >.iim>* ■' or Our By AC !S-f: B Aa k mult of the labors of -the regular session of the vflpTty-iecond Legislature, ' nine amendments to the Con- stitution of Texas will be on ' the ballot which will confront the voters of the State in No- vember of next year. The nine proposed amendments which are to be balloted upon by the ^people are as follows: fixing a $3,000 exemption for homesteads in levy of State advalorem taxes. Limiting voting in bond elections to citizens who have rendered property for taxa- tion. Combining the offices of tax assessor and county tax collector. l# Permitting retired officers of the army, navy and marine corps to hold public office. 'Changing the method by •which property sold for taxes may be redeemed. Empowering the Legislature to establish ten-year limita- tion on delinquent tax collec- tions. Authorizing the Legislature ,to make appropriations for Texas centennial celebration. Correcting the present reg- ulations upon voting of sea wall bo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 August 1931

! i ! p A el it * It ai n a< •NE Oct fori anc S yea at - wee atic prh ed fror do caui opei new M Veg pan Bra II ipov mile 8. for Ml, PMCMI four hm* and your childretil Spray Flit. TUt kills tics, mosquitoes, moths, bed bug* ants, mcho. Harmless to people. E«r to useinthe handy Flit sprayer. Does not stsin. Do not conhise Flit with other insect iprmys. FUt U guaranteed to kill, or motley back, Get the fsmoui yellow can with the black band and the soldier—today! <pr^f FUT I LARGEST SELLER IN 121 COUNTRIES WHEN IT RAINS-IT POURS o« IOOIZIP HIGHWAYS TO TOUCH HISTORIC SPOTS Two highway designations which connect the present with the historic past of Tex- as were recently announced by the State Highway Com- mission. One of the roads which will be known as the Sam Houston Highway, will be 870 miles long, extending from the Sabine river in East Texas to El Paso, passing through Jasper, Woodville, Livingston, Huntsville, Nava- sota, Brenham, Austin, Fred- ericksburg, Junction, Sonora, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 August 1931

• f&d) ' f ,-#£&4RE& '• .r %> , •' • ..-'l.. ^ , ' . / Wmmm ; ■. •• i ilka MH fd Md «( • taqpL i to The Nam « «■ > eefc. iXK-'-r wlat& 4 VOMJMBtt CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY AUG. 21, 1931 I Goodnight Ranch and Buffalo Saved From Slaughter Gov. Sterling State Officials To Attend Barbecue Governor Sterling, other state of- ficials, members of the legislature and of the game, fish and oyster commission, will be invited to at- tend a barbecue at the famous Goodnight ranch headquarters near Claude. Meptember 7. Plans for raising funds to buy the ranch as a game preserve and a permanent home for the Goodnight herd of buffaloes will be formulated at the barbecue. Invitations to the barbecue will be sent out by the Amarlllo Chamber of Commerce. Fred L. Haskett of Wichita Falls, who sponsored the plan to save the buffaloes, flew to Amarillo to make arrangements for the barbe- cue. He was accompanied by J. Claude Wells of Memphis and Sam Braswell of Clarendon,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 August 1931

1W|| (IftLf 1 Afr trttaiM Hn I I I i If you believe The Claude News editorial policy Is right, tell him so any time you meet him. or write something along that line for the paper. If you believe he Is mistaken In his deductions, tell him so and write something along the line you believe to be more nearly right and send same in to the pa- per. We have published several letters from subscribers to this pa- per, wherein they differed material- ly from us, and were glad to do so. We want both sides of every question discussed in a sane and sensible way, for the reason there may be those who think quite dif- ferently and we assure you that every thinking man has a right to discuss Financial, political and economical problems just as he sees them. Let the People Know and let the People Rule is our motto. :0: Heard a Fiddler play "Kelley's Walt*" over W. D. A. <3. Thurs- day night of last week, about 9:20 p. m. Sounded very good, but there Is "Hone of those rag time fiddlers who play "K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 August 1931

MO ID All W&- ?■*&* ► /• tor *"«any terrice. Lett have can parked all around the efeurch and our auditorium tilled to capacity. We all .believe the church la a very essential part of any community life. If ao lets not put on a fractional part of the community the responsibility of "Carrying On". There is no special reason for this eail to Rally meeting other than a desire ' upon the part of the pastor, to have all our people together in one great service. Invite and bring your friends. The subject at U a m. will be, "Our Heavenly Trea eurers." —Your Pastor, B. W. WILKINS WANT ADS ROYAL TYPEWRITER, in A1 Condition to sell at ONLY $35. Phone 97 and buy a real Typewriter FOR LAflOE NICE CLEAN SAND- WICHES, drop In at the WAG INN, and your appetite will be apiezed. 52-C FOR SALE:—1.800 extra good two year old Rambouillet ewes In lots to suit purchaser. Also 75 rams W. T. HAZLEWOOD, Canyan Tex as. 5i. c FOR RENT—5-room house close in —natural gas. electric lights, city water pipe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 August 1931

,: ■ I 1 I ; | J I h ' i it ! IIMI nil I III III I Jim " rsnuva- that UM Palo Association Will meet •tad Wednesday, Septem- and and, at the Goodnight church, this being their meeting. Our informant says the association will meet at IS a. m. Tuesday and continue thru Tuesday and Wednesday, September 1st, and 2nd. ; ;0; One benefit of the World War la that It Is something on which to blame everything that we cnn't otherwise account for. George Washington may or may not have told a lie, but Just the same he was the father of a pretty darn good country. STRAYED—ONE BROWN JERSEY BULL CALF from my farm 8 miles West of Claude. August 8th. J. H. BARRETT 50-P Mrs. Dee Wilson ten her studio a SEPT. 7 Will open her studio of music All those enrolling during the month of September will be given special prices. * to winter, far lack of ln«. His Administration has • miserable failure to date, even than Orover Cleveland*, who issued MORE BONDS to borrow more money, when he could have followed the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 August 1931

■mm Our People Bjr P. A. SPAIN, U D. r pp- t wS*.. QUESTION ONE: "How can rn- dowed Institutions and disabled people possessing a competence live without Interest on thoir money?" POSSESSION NOT SERVICE On this question It might be said that all endowed Institutions, and people with a competence should use those funds like other, people tor living working expenses and not expect to keep them and at the same time toll the public (or more by the process of interest taking. The world does not owe them anything because of theh competence. When these funds ari> exhausted, those institutions and disabled people can be taken care of Just like other great mass ot people and institutions which are without endowment or other funds. Either their friends or the state must take care of them. "Johnnie can't eat his cake and keep it too." Incomes Due Workers, Not Idlers Because a few individuals and Institutions happen to receive a "fund" to begin with is no reason why they should perpetually d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 August 1931

REDUCED EXCURSION FARES TO COOL ~ COLORADO Colorado Springs $21.65 - Denver $25.30 | On Sale Daily. Limit October 31st. « Colorado Springs $18.37 - Denver $21.42 Tickets on Sale every Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday during August, litmit 30 days. Special Excursions Colorado Springs $13.01 - Denver $15.01 Tickets on Sale also August 15th. Limit IS days. Thru Standard Pullmans Excellent Dining Car Service For full information on low Summer rates to Colorado, Yellowstone Park. Glacier National Par* and Rocky Mountain Na- tional Park Stowen* sugfeatt to Pcler that tbey make a "companionate* marriage. They sre mar- ried and fo to Cheyenne, where their actions, follows thelbckies 1500 miles to* VNA NEW MEXICO CAIJ, OR WRITE B. D. WALKER Ticket Agent Claude, Texas Rev. I. N. Demy says: "I have found nothing in the past 2U years that can take the ■place of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They are a sure relief jor my headache." Sufferers from Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Backache. Sciatica. R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 August 1931

"MM ®$ • v" | T y * to §!©&' ■ ■JS* E! 34-v.*. b"v Newt fcy I* ■"'" ' "|V i'"' ' *stmBi mmm :;.v--v .■ m VOLUME it CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. Zt, 1W1 ■K a ' Claude Public Schools Opens Monday, September 7 Teachers Are More Than Welcome It is with pleasure the citizenship of Claude, joins the News, in wel- coming our teachers back to Claude again. To prove that the Board's select- Ion of teachers .last year was a good one, we call your attention to the fact that only two new teachers have been selected, the balance of the entire corps return- ing to Claude for this year. Two of Claude's teachers got married Is the reason they are not with us this year. Prof I. H. Turney looks for a bet- ter school year than we have ever .had before. He believes that the scarcity of money with which to buy gas and put on entertainments, which would interfere with school work, will enable more pupils to get down to hard study, pay strict at- tention to their school work and less t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 August 1931

Britiftfltt sttWft We hope The PUth-Sunday Sing- ing Convention which meets with The Plateau Singing Association at the Methodist church at Claude next Sunday, August 30th, 1931. will be well attended. Singing ALL DAY and dinner on the ground. Let everybody come and bring their friends. This will be one of our biggest for many years and you should make arrangements to come. :0: It is our aim and intention that every issue of The Claude News shall be a "booster" edition in one respect or another. Should not we cause the news to be of the nature of boosting? In that way by print- ing the news of the community, each issue would be a booster. Actual boosting Is worth so much more than just talking about it. Deaths and failures are "news" but they alone won't make a good newspaper. :0: The Higgins News editor gave us a treaties on the old time Journal- ist and the College Bred Journal- ist, last week. However, Editor Shaw overlooked the fact that the Old Time Journalist who came up from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 August 1931

.riv-v' ' fc •• wlf , In «n Bart, wu Mil. mek in which * <? lch appMrxl . tn The at thit time. WANT ADS ROYAL TYPEWRITER, In A1 Condition to Mil at ONLY $18. Phone OT and buy a real Typewriter FOR LARGE NICE CLEAN SAND- WICHES. drop In at the WAO- INN, and your appetite will be aplezed. 52-C FOR SALE:—1,800 extra good two- year old Ramboulllet ewes in lots to suit purchaser. Also 75 rams. W. T. HAZLEWOOD, Canyan Tex- as. 51-C FOR LARGE NICE CLEAN SAND- WICHES, drop In at the WAG- INN. and your appetite will be aplezed. 52-C "CHUCK"? that New Sandwich, all dressed up will please you in delicious flavor and in LOW PRICE. Try one at WAG-INN and you will come back again. 52-C Jr, it to be PORTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not premltted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c FOR RENT—5-room house close In —natural gas. electric lights, city water piped into kitche...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 August 1931

5; !. I. P * I 1< be made relative to fnm the ooune you will find subjects for jou to take. CLASSIFICATION Pupils having tour high school Credits will be classified as Sopho- mores, eight credits as a Junior, and Steven as a Senior. Any pupil with seven credits will have the prlvllage of attending the Junior Senior Banquet as a Junior. :0: COURSE OF STUDY FOR YEAR 1931-32 Algebra ElectlvM Sixteen units are repuired for graduation. Nine of which are Stops Headache^ in Five Minutes A Wonderful Formula Inda Aches Mid Pains Almost Like Maglet Something Bettor and Safer Thousands of men and women are now stopping throbbing, sick, dizzy, splitting headaches, as well as the excruciating pains of rheu- matism, neuritis, toothache, etc., with a marvelous new formula that is said to be (ar superior to any- thing heretofore used. It contains no aspirin, acetanlild, etc., and is absolutely safe and harmless. This remarkable for- mula, called A-VOI* is being pre- scribed by thousands of docto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 August 1931

mm #■ world's greatest tobacco for HOME-ROLLED CIGARETTES 2 full ouocrtt in every Tin. KolU e«y sod ways put That's a pretty broad claim, but I stand ready to make good on it. Just get your- self some Prince Albert and the makin's papers. As you open the package, take a deep whiff of that wonderful fragrance. Then go ahead and roll! Now . . . light up. Cool as a hinge on the ice-house door. Delightful as a dip in the surf. Mild and mellow as can be. You'll say so. And this goes for P. A. in a pipe, too. |>R1NGE ALBERT — NO OTHER TOBACCO IS LIKE ITt 9 Mil. K. I. Bty—Ut T.kro . WimM-Bilw, Y C. - AND HBKE'S TUB BEST PAPER. A book o< the fias.t citfurttte - papers ihe world ever produced. Mad* cxpieitly fur K. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company by Bollorl, France'* (ureiaost maker of lined cigarette-paper. With a book of ISO leaves of OCB for a nickel and with food old P.A. for tilling, you've got the grandest cifarettea you ever rolled GOODNIGHT NEWS Ferren James who has been at- tendin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 August 1931

•HBST MjwM'Mlt'MMni •A" MUk OMLT 10c a «wuPt. Mm* Hi 1 SMITH BROS. DAIRY Jw#v y&wmMi When \bur Head Aches and Throbs.. When Neuralgia, Neuritis. Rheumatism. Lumbago, Sciatica, send their knife-like pains thru your quivering nerves... when Muscular Pains torture you.. .when Periodic Pains lay you low .. .these are the times you need Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. Why suffer needlessly? Why let ordinary aches and pains rob you of enjoyment, success, prosperity? Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills relieve quickly—safely. Ask any druggist what their users say about them. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills will stop a simple Headache in ten to twenty minutes less than the time needed by most similar preparations. They are not laxative, do not upset the stomach, do not cause Constipation. A package of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills in your medicine cabinet, pocket, or hand-bag means fewer aches and pains, greater efficiency, less lost time, more comfort and enjoyment. 25 for 25 cents 125 for $1.00. DR. Ml LI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 September 1931

NEWS Warn the place or fcrtag XM mSt mi it i Newt at mOj S'f;; rm i. * t >' VOLUME it CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1931 NUMBER t Claude Honored With Plateau Singing Convention Best Singers In The Southland Visit Claude The Little City of Claude was honored, on Sunday, August 30th. with the Qreat Plateau Singing Convention, at which time visitors and bit singers were here from Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico and other points. As this covers the plains of Texas, as well as parts of other states it was quite an honor and we appreciate this fact, as we also appreciate the time honored singers who came within our gates. The party who invited the Plateau Singing Association to be with us on the 5th Sunday in August, seems to have failed to give It the proper amount of ad- vertising and also failed to get a house for an all day service, and it slipped upon us unawarcrs. Many were not prepared to give our honored guests the necessary at- tention when it comes to that Ide...

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

fflMSBBBSB a nr., the bounty, yew AfcinMw > This U the machine age. but few girls know that it is the sewing-machine age. :0: There's a surplus of nearly every- thing in this country except money and a few have a surplus of that. :0: The mid-west farmer is in good shape right now. with bins full oi wheat and corn, and with both winter and a Presidential campaign coining on. :0: If you care to know the number of people who know more about running this paper than the pres- ent editor and force, in Armstrong county, you take the last census report for the county and subtract two and you will have it. Thanks. We have been In the newspapei business many years and find that a great majority of tht business men who object the most streneously to your editorial or news policy are invariably those who do the least advertising. They can dictate to you Just what policy to follow in running your paper, but you try to dictate to them about their business and the fat is in the fire immediately...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 September 1931

'.m- NOTICE! *, Beginning Sept. 8, we the undersigned merchants of Claude, agree to close our doors promptly at 7 P. M. each, evening, except on Saturdays. No deliveries will be made to any part of the City, unless morn ing deliveries are in before 10 a. m. and all afternoon deliv- eries in before 5 p. m. HESS CASH GRO. PAUL HOOD'S "Quality Foods" M SYSTEM C. R. GUYN FOX GROCERY o -- The greatest display of agricul- tural products over assembled Iron one state will be seen at the State Fair of Texas. Oct. 10 to 25, when more than 80 per cent of the 253 Texas Counties will be represented In the Agricultural show, accord- ing to J. A. Moore, superintendent of the department. Stops Headache ^ in Five Minutes A Wonderful Formula End* Achat «nd Pain* Almost Llk* Magic. Something B*tt*r and 8*f*r Thousand* of inen and woman are now stopping throbbing, sick, dltzy, splitting headaches, as well a* the excruciating puins of rheu- matism, neuritis, toothache, etc., with a marvelous new formul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 September 1931

. . • .-V . ; niiwi p> i&M&m* ." .-.,5 V V •• '•■ . . . ' • ' ■ ■ " •' ..; '/ ■ 1 ■' msJ '.i. ■«.'■:«os?iff' -' ,. - i?. ■>••<'■'■ •*' ■ 1 Car SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OFFERED AT SACRIFICE PRICES. WE HAVE DETERMINED THEY MUST ALL SELL AT THIS SALE. Prices Slashed.... i.. Profits Forgotten An opportunity to buy a good used car such as comes only once in a life time SALE STARTS, SEPTEMBER 5TH., AND ENDS SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1931 « 112 11 PH Bill : , h'^.% FREE With each used car sold we are giving away ABSOLUTELY FREE—5-48Ib. Sacks of Flour Think of that, nearly enough flour to last all winter. -1, ■ *, .• Special Don't Miss This During this sale you do not have to have any money to buy a car. We will trade for any farm crop, wheat, oats, milo, kafir, etc. We will also trade for cows, calves, hogs, pigs, chick- ens or turkeys. TELL US WHAT YOU HAVE TO TRADE We will take trade for all of the car, or for the down payment. Liberal G. M. A . C. Terms may, be arranged if desired. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 September 1931

: J \ 0>; v [ _V *" . I' - li® COOPERATION! Individual effort to make Claude a better place is good. It may accomplish much if properly directed. But if all the units of industry, business, religion, education, and society are harnessed together and set to work for the good of the community, the total result will be a revelation of the power of co-operation. Claude is climbing up toward the ideal or sliding back into the rut according as it possesses or lacks com- munity co-operation. . . ^ _ ... _ ^ You as an individual have power to accomplish almost anything you set out to accomplish. What a man wills to do, that he can do. Just so, your town, as a town, can accomplish anything it sets out to accomplish. Organized efforts in Claude will bring about practically any condition we set out to develop. To increase our business and general welfare, it is necessary first to reduce the amount of trade going to outsfde sources. . - - . -.'kx*. A. Legally, anyone can spend his money wher...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 September 1931

fm 1 % 1 1RMHP Ii * wM ■• K ro//!s £asv and stays put! 2 lull ounces in every lia. Rolls cjiy and siuy* put 4M 1 sold on Prince Albert for home-rolled cigarettes? Ask me another! 1 like P. A.'s fragrance. And I like the way P. A. rolls, it rolls easy and stays put. But the big point in P. A!s favor is its marvelous taste. Cool as a summons to serve on the jury. Sweet as the news that you have been excused. Mild and mellow beyond description, but with that full, rich tobacco-body that satisfies your smoke- hunger to the absolute limit. Try rolling 'em with P. A. Try this tobacco in your pipe, also. Fringe albert NO OTHER TOBACCO IS LIKE IT! 01911, ft. J. Reynold* Tubarru Company I tDtlen-Saleoi. N. C. GOOD TOBACCO DESERVES GOOD PAPER. Roll'ein with OCB and you have (he world's best. These papers are made in I*ranee, expressly tor K. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, at the famous Holloic factories, £>r more than a hundred >ears makers of the world's hnest cigarette• papers. OCB book...

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