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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 December 1934

lait UM tat OttlM at Claud* , m iMond Class M U Matter. PUBLISHED IVERY FRIDAY •— ■■kaerlption Itln to Armstrong County, year *1.50 3utoMe the County, year I960 I A<t fri iM KwmwMiw PRESS AjaOOATlOW PRESS Child Bureau Chief OLD PIONEER PA88E8 ON (Continued from Pint Page) First Politician: "I understand that Mr. James E. Ferguson lias announced that he will never run for office again". Second Politician: "When did he die". :0: (Special)— Protection of solid steel overhead is to bo offered the motorist for the first time with the introduction of the new car models at the turn of the year. :0 Anyone who is still harboring thoughts about the grandeur of war, the glory of dying on the battlefield and the beauty of com- radship in time of war. Allounch- erie asserts, would lose these il- lusions forever if he could see the heart-breaking horrifying scenes on this South American battle front. :0: Will Rogers Says: "You could give little Switzerland enough air- planes and she would worr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 December 1934

P L! I— ?v^ S < . Ai V FIRECRACKERS \ i after 2:30 o'clock, Friday 21st • ' II r X'mas Cards, X'mas Candy and Ingersoll Watches GUNTER DRUG Phone 163 CAREFUL EXAMINATION I Of your Teetli absolutely FREE. Whether you need Killings, I'latcs or Bridge Work it will pay you to look for quality and workmanship as well as price. My prices are reason- able and my work guaranteed. Only the most modern painless methods used. Pay us a visit. DR. T. GORDON WILSON, 220 BLACKBURN BI.DG. MRS. WILSON Office Nurse. Day Phone 4464, AMARILLO, TEX. Nit* Phone 4«90 i m 1 q VISIT THE Close Out Sale OF the Whitcomb Jewelry stock in Amarillo— Thousands have saved on their X'mas purchases. Why pay more! Fred F. Wagner Im QUARLES THRIFT WEEK APPRECIATION SALE Dec. 15th to 22nd INCLUSIVE SUCCESSOR TO WHITCOMBS 626 POLK ST. AMARILLO This store in the future will be operated in this same location by Mr. Wagner. i A ticket will be given with Every Dollar Cash Sale and Every Dollar Paid on acount during litis ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 December 1934

' * - ' '<& • -V ®.v - ■;: ..-"'v 5> ' ■'• &?■':. '3i m ■ ' ? V ' ■ v Mwwt,|• " v-wwFfr';;■'*■•'•:• . --' mililili ■>Ftm Wgrn nr' I'pt m Your Biggest Mistake ! You Hurt Your Business, Your Town And Your Home Paper WHEN You Fail To See The Efficiency Of ADVERTISING!! f < ) A Jm \ Advertising is the sole foundation of any business. . . . When you cut down your advertising you cut down your business, your sales and your hopes of increasing those sales. . . .In this age people use every means of time saving devices possible, thus they do not poke around in the far corners of our city to find what they want but immediately go to the Newspapers which is more efficient and a real time saver. . . .You have to have your name constantly before the people to im- press on their minds just why you are here and what you have for them to select from. . . .It will keep more business at home, help develop your town and in- crease the value of your home paper, the most valu- able ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 December 1934

•> mrnmm - MM 1 ; .1 t , To Sell Buy Or Exchange TO TRADE—Clear House and two lots In Clarendon, for Here- ford Cows or Heifers.—F. E. SAWYER, Clarendon. Texas 16-p 33 years In Amarlllo. DR. HYDEN, Eyesight Specialist. 16-c of Tailor Shop 1-t-c Of Utmost Importance SEE KELLY, on the corner of Court House Square, for your Christmas 'Pecans. Frult3 and jg Vegetables, all kinds, and cheaper. 16- buy 4 16-p V — i Eyes examined without the use 'J- of drugs at Dr. Hyden's, Am- J urillo. 10-c jg POSTED NOTICE This Is to notify the public that ^ all the J. A. Pastures are ■ • * and hunting, trapping or Is not permitted and nil tress ers will be prosecuted.—CLII' HENRY, Ass'l. Mgr. What is the most IMPORTANT feature of a Bank, to YOU? Isn't it the safety of the funds you have on deposit? OUR Bank thinks so! We endeavor to extend every banking courtesy that is consistent with sound banking methods. We earnestly strive to accommodate the people. But this p must never endanger the funds we h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 21 December 1934

ftttfe m ! ^1 • 1. i I P'll margaret £. sangsteb. 9 "I |£v 4 Px?.# Tenth Instalment SYNOPSIS . . . Ellen Church. 17 jre r old. finds hericlf Alone in the world wiih her a/titt tout her'j last warning ringing in her ears, to "love lightly.'' Of tne world she knew little. All her life she had lived alone with her mother ia an old brown house in a small rural com- mutiny. . . . Ellen, alone, turned to the only contact she knew, an art agent in New York. Posiug. years of poeing. was her only talent so he was introduced to two leading artist*. Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Both used her as a model and both tell in loee with her ... but Ellen, trying to follow the warped philosophy ot her mother to "love lightly." resist! the thought of love. Her circle of friends is small, artists auJ two or three girl models. Klle.i attends a ball with Sandy, while danc ing a tall young man claimed her and romance is torn. A ride in the park, proposal, the next day marriage to Tony, aad wealth, but sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 December 1934

Mr. Bulneu Mm: Three per cent of tow (tom Income ihould be set aside foi newspaper idierUiini every year. Try It In The Newt and watch your business rrew by ten pi and bounds. DE NEWS Want Advertising at only t cent* • word will sell something for cash yea have about the place or bring yea s«M thine you need at a bsrraia. Try It In The News at only 2 cent* a VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 28, 1934. Pioneer Families United at Beau- tiful Wedding LONGBINE-TYLER Claude Theatre Now Open with Latest Pictures Mlr.s Verdle Longblne and Mr. W. E. Tyler were united in mar- riage with an impressive ceremony at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Annie Longblne, at Oood- nlght, on Christmas eve at 10:00 p. m. Rev. B. P. Harrison, partor of Goodnight Baptist Church, officiated. Two prominent pioneer families of Armstrong County are united by this wedding. The groom is the son of Mrs. Carolln Tyler, of Goodnight and a brother of Mrs. R. O. Dye of the same town. Little ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 December 1934

the Port Of flee at Clauds Second Class Mall Matter. ■VERY FRIDAY Subscription H lei IB AraMtrong County, year—11.50 the County, year W 50 A<K«ftiain( Rau> PRESS ASSOCIATION Wins Poster Award f IF I SEATTLE . . . Miss Rutli Sliirle\ Brown, (above), is tin- national winner of the *50 caali ]'"?■<• awarded by the National Kedera tion of Business and l'rofossiona Women's Clubs for the best poster drawing, typifying the uioden business woman. Minnesota 4-H'er The New Orleans Cotton chance, In a report just made, says: "Many well Informed quar- ters feel that If our Government continues to curtail production, thereby holding the price of Amerlcnn cotton above the world parity, the loss of our foreign markets must inevitably follow." -:0: Parity payments of Cotton checks are being mailed out to farm demonstration ngsnts direct from Washington at the rate of 20,000 per day and will be dis- tributed by them to the producers as soon as proper forms for re- ceipts t.re received from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 December 1934

1 '■■■■' ' V' i- Vv.' ' >, , . , r"vv$8HBrolKysaP * — i v in Pump- kins and Sweet Potatoes to Can The Canning Kitchen has re- ceived a shipment of Enamel lined cans and Is now ready to can pumpkins and sweet potatoes. They can be taken care of most any day, as they can be prepared while the beef is canned so even If you are not booked you may bring In your potatoes and pumpkin, also corn for making Hominy—Super- visor. Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange CLAUDE NEWS one year, until Dec. 31, ONLY, $1.00. 23 years In Amarlllo. DR. HYDEN, Eyesight Specialist. 16-c Nothing But a Knocker Old Si Chestnut says: "The woodpeck- er may be a handsome chap, but he can't SING. All he can do is KNOCK." It dosen't pay to be a knocker—a fault- finder. It is better to be a HELPER— an optimist. This Bank of ours tries to be friendly to all. We try to HELP rath- er than HINDER. We have built up a strong bank in that way. Maybe we can assist you. At least give us the opportun- ity. ___ T POSTED NOTICE Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 28 December 1934

' —5* Margaret £. Sangstez Eleventh Instalment SYNOPSIS . . . Ilka Church. 17 ytut ol4. ends hetwU >Ioik in the world with tier utiat Bother i lut wirnioi ringing in Ixr «u«, ic lovr lightly." Of toe world ike knew Utile All her ufe she had lived ilonc with her mother ill an old browo houee in a small rural com- munity. . . . Ellen, alone, turned to the only tontan the knew, an art tgent in New York Poking, years ot muuig, waa her only talent ao the w*i introduced to two leading artisti. Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Both useu her ai a model utd both fell in love with her ... but Ellen, trying to follow [he warped philosophy of her mother to "love lightly." (ecijt* tlie thought of love. Her circle of friends u tinali. arttiti and two or three girl models. Ellen i'.tcnu. a ball with Sandy, while dinc- in* i tall young man claimed her and romance is born A ride in the park, proposal. the next day marriage to Tony, and wealth. But the d "I.ove Lightly." Ellen told heraclf. She wou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

■tows? ■■•"ffItfiiliftiiifMlllllfl'ilMri^^ >' : '"i • imi 4%%i ?r •', .w Vr''; ,Vv'\- rv ; i V A T 4- r Mr. Basinew Mm: Three per cent of jronr grots income ihoald be wt aside foi newspaper advertising every year. Try It In The News and watch your business grow by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS — Want Advertising at only t cento a word will sell something for caah ?ts have about the place or brli* you mm* thing you need at a bargain. Try It in The News at only 2 cento a Word. VOLUME 40. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 4, 1935. NUMBER II. Armstrong Co. New Officials Installed Mon. Armstrong County's new officials were Installed Monday of this week. Judge 8. P Mathews, being re- elected as County Judge, retains this place for another two years. Mr. J. A. Best, being elected, qualified and was Installed as Sheriff taking the place of Mr. Tom Brunson, who did not make the race for re-election. Mr. Best's duties are varied and many, as he will be Sheriff, Tax-Collector an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

Nevus T. WAQOOMJIR, Mtr-Ownr at tha Post OtflM at Claudt M Sacoad Olaaa Mtll Matter. PUBLISHED BVERY FRIDAY P. Srtaertjrtlon lat* In Armatrens County, year 150 autaid* the County, year UM Got the Homesteads send Club signed up In Amarlllo alone. Trice S8c each from that number, then add from $16 to $45 for each club and then combine the thousands of clubs we have In the United States and you can see that by prompt payment you will have ,a.great deal more than several BILLION DOLLARS to push the Town*.end Bill through Congress. -:0> New Ford V-8 With Stream Line Body. Dearborn. Mich., Dec. 27.-Henry Ford today showed to newspaper- men here the new Ford V-8 for 1935. Most striking feature of the new car is body lines which nre dis- tinctively modern and a definite departure from any previous Ford: design. The new car also embodies a combination of major engineer- l ,1 MINNEAPOLIS . Ethan _ , wbo'hltA-bifceahtTwtlhir^ton jing developments aimed at increas , „w on Sunday, and .termed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

m GEM THEATRE . Friday and Saturday ■> BABY TAKE A BOW SHIRLEY TEMPLE BEST WISHES FOR 1935 Mr. and Mrs. Otto G rum Ice re- turned home Thursday from Wich- ita Falls, where they spent the Christmas Holidays with their daughter, Mrs. Alyce Dr.vls. I JAMES DUNN and CLAIRE TREVOR Amttrlca's Newest Crush — The singing, dancing sensation of "STAND UP AND CHEER" In • story Brimming with delight. MON. and TUES. Will Rogers in Mr. SKITCH With ZASU PITTS Our confidence in our friends and neighbors is unlimited; and we have no doubt but that the problems of eco- nomic welfare are being worked out with justice to all. Therefore we are able to wish for you and yours, better ctays and increasing prosperity and hap- piness during the new year, 1935. Mrs. Ada Woodward, of Dallas, ; spent the Holidays visiting her I son, Ammon, unri mother, E. C. Clay at Claude. Mrs. Mr. J. P. and Alfred Reck, Joe 1 Bailey and R. L. Henderson took i In the Corpus Chrlsta-Amarlllo j Football Game at Dallas, Satur-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

.v>; \.y&/ m u 'I • margaret £. sangsteh 10 IJ „-4m Twelfth Instalment SYNOPSIS . . . El leu Church. 17 ytut old. finds herteU slone iu ibt war id with her Artist mother i lut wuuiqm ringiax in h« *«. to "k ve lifhtly.' 0/ th« worlJ th« knew litilt. All her fife ihc had lived alone with her mother in an old brown houae in a small rural com- munity. . . . Ellen, alooa. turned to the only contact she knew, an art agent in New York. Posing, years of posing, was her only talent so she was introduced to two leading artists. Dick Alven and Sandy Macintosh. Both used her as a model and both fell in love with her ... but Ellen, trying to follow the _ warped philosophy o/ her mother to love lightly." resists trie thought of love. Her circle of friends u kntall, artists and two or three girl models. Ellen attends a ball with Sandy, while danc- ing a tall young man claimed iter and romance is Dorn. A ri<* day marriage "Love Lightly." Ellen told herself. She would □ever let him know h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

wfl®ssr: p iff ■■H .vSiESflf$s iSHSHSPilBi HiisinpMl : # k ' mm vyv;;.^ **> magazine section CLAUDE Mr. Bnatneaa Man: Three per rent of your pon Income ahonld He s?t acide for newspaper advertisine every y«mr. Try It and your business will increase by leaps and bounds WANT ADS at only 2c 1 word wtU sell something for cash yon hav* a boot the place or bring yon something yoo need at a bargain Try it in The Claude Newa at only 2r per word. R 18. VOLUME 46. NUMBER 18 CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, T .VS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 4, 1935 ig«r- 7/4AMKS- 01a^M&e. tJtJ ICE, ' £> JOST ~/HE ffliMG- Pore <NW COU And Z tA G01H& <0 &B.T "VodJ 50M£ ICE >erfix while r , C06AM -- TffAT 5 Of? AM craertM! &00Q Pofg A- CO uD . ~Too OR AH 3"lMr4l W THAr room the ible." :hen, the > n —•rirsiKiicfeRU'OP-P ooi:. T ■SVJe I_L lucky To -4AV£ 4HD HAve hilCB 6(jfte - iMAV t ^An/E: OM£ T++-AM Kb MrtraY, 4AMO Me "THose cou&rt TjEoPs - MAeY \ Q lear ting i!9t nosi >'^^W • ^ . ^£f2 - Ke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

L. A. Latch Settled in a Wilderness of Pin<£ By BETTY STAPLES P. O. Box 4081. Sim. A, Dallas. Teiai. (Copyright, 1936. by th« Horn* Color Print Co.) -T-iEWIS A. LATCH of Latch, Texas, TL a rural community seven and one- half miles west of Gilmer, is a well-known, well-loved citizen in his section of the State. He was born in Gordon county, Georgia, December 7, 1844; served through the war between the States, and after the war was em- ployed as a Pinkerton detective, during which time he traveled widely through the South and the Southwest. In 1872 he resigned from the Pinkerton service, married, and in 1873 brought his bride to East Texas, where he has since lived. He still takes an active interest in life, is a member of the United Confederate Veterans and has attended 26 national and seven State reunions of these veterans. He is very proud of the fact that he is the oldest living member of the Masonic order in Upshur county. Mr. Latch, although 90 years "young," is firm of step,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

t P13 V RRE NT COMMENT is eh I* Better Times Ahead HE year 1935 promises to be one of recovery, if not rapid at least sure and sound. For five years this country has undergone a try- ing time. Except for government bene- faction there would have been greater suffering. But many things indicate that the worst has passed. The gov- ernment and business have agreed to co-operate in a supreme effort to end the depression. That has not been true in the past. Without even venturing an opinion about who was responsible for the situation th.it has prevailed, it is clear now that business and the gov- rnment have at last realized there can no real recovery except by the unit- efforts of both. Business is waking and taking its stand for a forward Anient. The country is fundamen- tal^ sound, its resources are abundant and in my opinion the year 1935 will see the beginning of the end of the de- pression. ♦ • Simple Little Story This is the story as told to me: A small flower shop in the humbler ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

N EW S MINUS ONE BIG BOBCAT . A 22-pound bobcat—said to be the largest seen in Eastland county for years—was killed by the two sons of W. E. Hallenbeck residing eight miles from Eastland. The cat brought a bounty of $2 and reduced the menace to sheep and goats to a value much great- er than the bounty check. DEMONSTRATION CLUBS HOLD "RALLY DAY" The demonstration clubs of Callahan county held a "Rally Day" meeting at Baird, December 15, and put on a pro- gram which attracted an entire at- tendance of the home demonstration field in the county. More than 200 per- sons participated in the program. FOUR COUNTIES TO HAVE SUB- SISTENCE COLONIES Announcement is made out of Austin that Lubbock county is one of four designations for County Subsistence Colonies—the other three being Wichita Falls, Mexia and Nacogdoches. The one in Lubbock county will occupy 4,102 acres and will provide for 400 families. The other three can accommodate 200 families each. The land has been selected and authorit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

¥M W SKIN DRYING UP? Melt Dead, Rough Surface Skin with Special Skin Softener Dermatologists Bay that, due to the drying-up_ process in skin, there is a coating of dead cells on the Burface.This makes skin rough. They explain that the kerato- H lytic property in vanishing cream melts this dead surface layer, leaving the skin soft, smooth. That is why so many women use Pond's Vanishing Cream after their nightly cleansing—leave it on all night—in the morning see their skin looking soft, fresh. Because it instantly makes skin smooth, make-up goes on evenly, stays fresh for hours. Begin today to have your skin look young, alluring. See how the keratolytic property in Pond's Vanishing Cream smooths rough- nesses in one application. Copyright, 1935. Pood'e Extract Company ■ ■ A LITTLE FUN Doubtful At the marriage of an Alabama widow, one of the servants was asked if his master would take a bridal tour. "Dunno, sah; when old massa's first wife was alive, he took a paddle to her; dunno' if ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

READ THEM--You May Find What You Want FARMS AND RANCHES TEXAS BEST cotton and corn land.Also fine for vat«tables and atrawberrle*. On large drain ditch, shell road, 15 miles east of Houston. Has good 6-room house, barns, etc, 80 acres, only $76.00 per acre and worth $200.00. Best buy in Harris Coun- ty. F. G. LUDWIG, 10th Floor Kirby Building, Houston, Texas. 144 ACRES, 2Va miles east Winnsboro, 60 cultivation, oalance open and timber past- ure ; 6-room house; barn; $12.60 per acre easy terms, 6% interest. Have other farms. LINDSEY and BREWER, Winns- boro. Texas. FOR SALE—Or trade, extra good farm and grass lind. well located, at the very loweBt prices. We have some good trades in irrigated land that will produce two crops year. Also good chances for oil. A. H. SMITH. Iowa Park. Texas. FIVE ACRES on highway at Eastland. Texas, and business lot on Main Street in Megargel, to trade for land clo<*e to town, will pay difference. J. A. COLE, Box 294, Olney, Texa*. OKLAHOMA POULTRY far...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 4 January 1935

RsSSR « * ., m ■ I I '' 1 (TROPOLkTAN HOTEL FORT WORTH COMPLETELY RENOVISED ^ fcUtt City Block of Comfort and Hospitality. 200 ROOMS — It I* Witlin, Manager. $1.00 UP AUDITING AND ACCOUNTING- If you are in need of an AUDIT made of your BOOKS or an ACCOUNTING made of your ACCOUNTS I will do thia work rtfy reasonable. Address S245 5th Avenue R. H. MORGAN Fort Worth, Texas SERUM FOR THE BLACK WIDOW SPIDER BITE A serum that counteracts [.the effect of the fatal bite of the black widow spider has |een perfected by Professor led D'Amour of the Uni- versity of Denver at Denver, Col., says Science Service. This serum is believed to be the first highly potent anti- venom serum against the bite of these spiders, according to the writer. Obtained from the blood of rats that had been given reg- ular small injections of venom removed from the spider's glands, the serum first prov- ed its worth when a vineyard worker was brought to Pro- fessor D'Amour's laboratory suffering from a black widow spi...

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