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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

r Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange FOUND—The Gem Theatre has a number of small articles found In 'the building after various shows. Those losing anything along the lii\e mentioned, please cull at the bo* office and identify what you may have left during a show. CITY SHOE SHOP We are now handling the Lillee- Whlte Cream Separator Oil. We believe that it you try it once, you will use it permanently. It makes your separator run like new. We \ C. R. GUYN Where you can supply the entire needs of the family. Here, you can not only get Staple & Fancy Groceries, at LOW- ER PRICES than many other places; but you can also supply your Wants in work clothing, shoes, house dresses, shirts, and Tinware, Enamel ware and all kinds of NOTIONS and Odds and ends needed about the place from time to time. Come in and let us show you We pay the Market Price for your lard and eggs. Bring them to us. get it by the barrel, therefore, can < <,<)< < . ¥ «> After Speed Record MRS. HUDSON GIV...

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

©WN.S. m ^p-fetfubrey Soy* tl AUTOCASTER StRV. Third Installment • SYNOPSIS Oil the old slde-whtf ler "Oeorfe B. Starr," on lta way to the Yukon gold fields In the first rush of >7, Speed Malone, experienced fold-camp fol- lower and gambler, and young Ed Malt- land, on his first trip, trying to recoup his lost family fortune, struck up a strange friendship Maltland left Speed playing Solo with two other men and wandered forward, to be sharply recalled by the re- port of a pistol and the news that his partner had been shot and had gone over- board. Ed Jumped in after him. without second thought But the cold waters got him, and in the end It was Speed who did the rescuing, holding Ed's head above water until they were taken aboard a lit- tle boat by a French fisherman from Seattle. The big ship went on without them NOW OO ON WITH THE STORY. Frenchy raised his eyes, folded his arms, unfolded them and burst into a geyser of language which, if the activity of his arms signified anythi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

^ —— ' - *'■ Tfangxxt? ■ rprr>+T>~iF% wrrvr vrrr r rrs m i "JvT ■ •:')-%.#'> • •-••'?' ,.'*■**■' ■ •' <Y" •• •■■ wjffliwwi r * ,«*: ^:<$rw* 'mmM L MAGAZINE SECTION |U. Mans Thre* per cent of your gross Income should be set ■aide for newspaper advertising every year. Try It and your buwinesa will Increase by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at only 2c a word wfl] sell something for cash you have about the place or bring you something you need at a bargain. Try it in The Claude News at only 2e per word. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935. NUMBER 26. sn<0 MffPAtS GOOD MORNING, BUCKY. DID YOU HAVE A <=^ COMFORTABLE NIGHT? I t\ ["NICE ACCOMMODATIONS VV J HERE.EVEN A DECENT | PLAC^TO WA8HJ C m but just a thin dime,old PAL, BETWEEN US AND STARVATION; — < * k, %<, \jA {<&; -rrr •#'// ~T ^ i,V*U AND IT TAKES MORE BRAIN§^ \£ THAN I HAVE TO MAKE A DIME COVER A BREAKFAST^ , FOR A HUNGRY f/lAN^r^—| )jAND A DOG r ^ A 'CHARUE5 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

K m Texas Woman, Age 96, imam ■ mWm ■'Mi. ■'3"if ■ ■ ' J-., A',;'.: ;<■ f!i '■ , . ;.v ■ A1 of Pioneer By MARSHALL A. JOHNSON Pnirit Lm. Ton. (Copyright, 1MI. by th* Horn* Color Print Co.) 1NE of the oldest pioneer women in Texas today is Mrs. S. A. John- son, age 96, of Prairie Lea, Texas, Mrs. Johnson is the oldest liv- ing descendant of the Cardwell family that immigrated from Virginia to Ten- nessee and from Tennessee to Texas, in 1855. She is also one of the few fron- tier women who has lived on a planta- tion with slaves, traveled half-way across the continent in a covered wagon, through a wilderness infested with warring tribes and predatory animals. She was born in 1838 near Panther Springs, Tennessee. Her home, a large two-story colonial house, was sur- rounded by a big black land farm which produced cotton, corn, vegetables, ap- ples, berries, nuts and tobacco. "We had a garret upstairs," she said, "in which we kept apples and nuts. Of course, we didn't have the conveni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

r.-rr.m^rnty.'y-r 'CURRENT COMMENT The Cotton Question 1HE fact that our exports of raw I cotton for the six months ending in January decreased 2,865,000 bales is giving the thinkers of the South much concern. The argu- ment put forth that the world de- pression has caused less consumption of cotton might be convincing if it were not a fact that the record shows there has been an actual increase in world buying of cotton. But, this cotton was bought from foreign countries who have increased their acreage. Our most dangerous competitor, Brazil, has vast -territory suitable for cotton-growing. kThat this danger is real can be seen in ■that three cotton gin manufacturing [plants are operating on double shifts to' T'rn out gins for Brazil. It may be best for the South to only produce enough cotton for our own consumption, which would be about 6,000,000 bales. The government can, through process- ing taxes, possibly continue to rent sur- plus acreage and, by pegging the price through loa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

BRIEF TEXAS NEWS COUNTY TAX COLLECTIONS GAIN 66 PER CENT A gain of 66 per cent in tax collec- tions is indicated in a report by Frank Wright, tax collector of Fannin county, for 1934. Total collections were $253,- 168.70. v LOC K YOUR CAR DOOR Looting of many packages left in un- locked automobiles in Pampa recently caused a warning to be issued by the Chief of Police to citizens to lock their car doors even if they were leaving them for a brief time only. UNUSUAL CROP OF PEAS Joe Street, of Bridgeport, invested 30 cents in one pound of pea seed last year and planted eleven rows across his gar- den, from which he marketed eight bushtls of peas at $1,25 per bushel, canned 75 No. 2 cans and had six pounds of seed left over. The peas are a small, new variety and of delicious flavor, declared to be frost proof and were developed by Mrs. Frank Kelly of Paradise, Texas. TEXAS LAND BOUGHT FOR RE- FORESTATION The National Forest Reservation Commission is said to have authorized a deal for 8...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

1 . "p™ " ^ ■■w'Tf* °n „ .in"1"4 drv op; touifi"*"' Melt Dead Cells with this Skin Softener There's no need to endure rough, dry skin-scaly blotches. You can make your skin clear -smooth. Dermatologist tells how: He says /anishing Cream possesses kerato- lytic properties. It melts the horny, dry cells which cause harshness, roughness, and reveals the radiant, young cells beneath." Film Pond's Vanishing Cream over face, neck, hands, after your nightly cleansing. Leave on over- night. In the morning your skin will be smooth and fine . . . will look clear—pearly. Use it during the day, too. Make-up will stay fresh and even for hours. Coorrifht, VJM>, Pond'# E xtract 0 mpany Where Amurira Drink-* it* Way lu Health lOl'KOPKAN •LAN and I p fcPECIAI, — Arm-rimn I'lnn Inr'ud'njr Our Famous Hathii—$25.00 and up. Baker Hotel Mineral W ells, Texas * FREE BOOK ■■h ^uiw v *■ - • - L———. ■••tilFharaacal Co., Otpt : It.lonU.Wo 4 > —- r Will Pay Cash FOR ISF.l) Typewriters nnd Used Adding Mac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

: \'lr ' :■ 1 ii " ENJOY MUSIC IN YOUR HOME WITH ^otalion JRecotte Famous Artists—Quality Recording Price 35c — 3 for $1.00 AT ALL MUSIC STORES SONGS OF THE SOUTHWEST •mi GIT ALONG HOME CINDY HOY NEWMAN and hit ROY8 • Vocal Hurt with Inittr. Arcomp. CHICKEN REEL—Old Time l'l.rlnr ROY NEWMAN and kin HOYS 92882 BROWN SKIN GAU-Inatr. (Old Time Playing).. .THE MASSKY FAMILY (Down tha Laitf) HOT ROMANCE—Inatr.—(Old Tim. Flaring)... .THE MAS9EY FAMILY •28T2 THERE'S A LITTLE GRAY MOTHER DREAMING— W . LEE O'DANIEI. and hia LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS—Voc. Duet with ln.tr. Act. MY MARY—Vocal with In-tr. Accomp. 02873 GET AllOARI) THAT SOUTH BOUND TRAIN—Vocal Duct with Guitar and Piano. .JIM BOYD Jk AUDREY DAVIS (Tha Kan Hill Rillirn) I HEAR AN OLD TRAIN ATOMIN-—Vocal Duct with Guitar and Violin JIM BOYD & AUDREY DAVIS (The Kansai Hill BUliea) 02871 THE PRISONER'S DREAM—Vocal Duet with Banjo A Guitar—Allen Bros. MERCY MERCY BLUES—Vocal olo with Guitar and Karoo Accomp ALLEN BROTHERS 02851 R1DIN...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

- - • Y ijM ■ - " ■ ■■■ ' rV •" ■ •' +■ . —vv. '-x-K ' ■ : '4 ' ' v~Tr - — . . f 1 • ■ & • ^SWISHPHwi PAYS PENSIONS ON WAR OF 1812 u Seven receiv e d persons ins ions aggregating $3, &20.50 as dependants of sol- diers who fought in the war of 1812, it was disclosed in the recent report of Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines, adminis- trator of Veterans' Affairs at Washington. Five were widows, one a re- married widow and one a daughter. Five re c e i v e d monthly payments of $50, one $30 and the other $20. The report covered the fiscal year ended June 30, 1934. Of the 2,213,365 soldiers, ^who fought in the Civil War, [^"only 18,455, marking a de- A crease of 5,422, drew pen- j f sions of $20,051,397 (M), a ' yL*«'duction of $11,249,020 for the year. In addition, 112,577 widows and children, a decrease of 13,061, received pensions as dependants of Civil War vet- erans totaling $49,763,326 (M), a decrease of $17,208,- 833. Veterans of Indian wars drew $2,178,191 (M) dur- ing the year, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 March 1935

BRIGHT & EARLY c^riot&zi mi u <2> uncan drfznd Ml RATION IN THE AIR 4 How often, oh how often, about this time of year, have you suffered from that awful malady, "Spring fever." Did you know that there is a perfectly effective antidote for that feeling of lassitude and don't-care-for-anything? A cup of Admiration Coffee, if you like a winey taste with a punch, or of Bright & Early Coffee, if you prefer a milder drink, will give you a new lease on life, will help you go back to the job that MUST be done in Springtime. Both the Admiration and Bright & Early Coffees on your grocers shelf are bound to be oven- fresh, for they are placed there direct from the roasting ovens, every seven days or oftener. ADMI RATI 0 N uncan Co ffit Produced by a Southern Institution. HOPE! Hope, the greatest inspira- tion of humankind, stands on a sunny hill and points ever to the good luck and the good fortune that will be ours to- morrow. Without hope life would have little or no m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 March 1935

w A Mr. BulneM Maui: Three per cent of your (row Income should be set Mide foi newspaper advertising every year. Try H In The Newt and watch your business grew by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Want Advertisiiif at only t cents I word will sell something for cash yon have about the place or brii^yonsosoo thing you ntwd at a bargain. Try It In The News at only 2 cents a word. ■ > F i V > > VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FBI., MARCH 8, 193!i. NUMBER 27. Here's Praise to Our Panhandle Sandstorms By JOHN L McCARTY Editor, The Dalhart Taxen Hall to our sandstorms! The beauty that was Greece, the glory that was Rome, the undying honor that was due those immor- tal heroes at the Alamo, and the sleeping loveliness of an English hillside in autumn are as noth- ing compered with the genuine Panhandle dust storm. Those names and scenes that conjure up some of the most magnificent thoughts of the ages fade Into oblivion when compared with our superb and matchless sandstorms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 March 1935

■<>.. „,ci! \ r /• ' !Wffe MW THOB. T. WAOOONBR, Bdtr-Ownr Cntared at the Poet Office at Claude 'iexaa, as Second Clara Mall Matter PUBLISHED B VERY FRIDAY Subscription Bate* In Armstrong County, year $1.50 Dutalde the County, year. .. 1350 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, DEPOSITORS & CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK Claude, Texas Notice is hereby given that at a stockholders meeting held in First State Bank. Claude, Texas, on Dec. 31st. 1934. a iv .olutlon was unanimously adopted placing the affairs of said bank in voluntary liquidation. All depositors and other creditors are hereby notified to call at the First National Bank, Claude, Texas, and present their claims for payment. 22-t-f FIRST STATE BANK. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the Estate of P. K. Brian. Deceased, were granted to me on the 26th day of February, 1935, by the County Court of Armstrong Coun- ty, Texas. All persons having claims against said estate are required to pre-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 March 1935

in y / Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange FOUND—The Gem Theatre has a number of smull articles found In the building after various shows. Those losing anything along the line mentioned, please call at the box office and Identify whut you may have left during a show. I CITY SHOE SHOP We are now handling the Lillee- White Cream Separator Oil. We believe that if you try it once, you will use it permanently. It makes your separator run like new. We get It by the barrel, therefore, can save you money. The price is: 30c a quart, $1.20 a gallon. We also have genuine Neatsfoot Oil at 25c a pint and up—W. H. GILES. 1-t-c PLYMOTH-DeSOTO—Before you buy a car, either NKW or USED see me.—E. T. HUOHLETT, deal- er. 24-tf It Looks Easy An old colored man v/hc watched the erection of several Filling Stations, finally said: "Daw-gone, white iolks sure knows what lots to dig on for to get gasoline." No doubt a lot of people think it Is easy for bankers to obtain money because they always have some on hand....

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

AUTOCASTIR StRV . . * t «& > •>«&«aM. Fourth Installment ■TMOniS: On tlx old iid*-whM)*r "Qcorg* I. 8Urr." on 1U way to the Tukon gold fields In the drtt nub ol '91. ;Bpeed Malone, experienced gold-camp fol- lower and gambler, and yonng Id Malt- land, on hit flrat trip, trying to recoup hll lo*t family fortune, (truck up a atrange trltndablp. Maitland left Speed playing Solo with two other men and wandered forward, to be iharply recalled by the re- port of a pUtol and the newi that bla .partner had been shot and had gone over- fboard. Id Jumped In after him, without second thought. But the cold water* got him. and la the end It was Speed who did the reeculng, holding Id's head above water until they were taken aboard a lit- tle boat by a French fisherman from Seattle. Maltland. knowing the sea, took charge of the little boat when they per- suaded Frenchy to take them to Skagway. After a hard Journey they reached Skag- way where they find s ship unloading miners and hor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 March 1935

Ww* M '• ftv.fw.l NEWS Wut AtfwtMaf at «>l7 t i«ti • word will wll tOBwUilf (or euk fM kan about Uu place or brine ;•■ nm thine you need at a barfaia. Try It in The News at only > ccnu a VOLUME 48. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FBI., MARCH 15, 1935. NUMBER 2«. \ Armstrong Co. iBaby Show Now : & 25 Years Ago By Mrs. Phoebe K. Warner Twenty-five years ago. February 2. .1910, -the first Baby Show in Armstrong.. County was held in Claude on the opening day of the new ' Warner building. A typical V Panhandle dust stonn raged all day, but the pioneer mothers brought their babies from every corner of the county to enter them In the show. There were few autos then. The show was sponsored by Dr. W. A. Warner in honor of the pioneer mothers and the pioneer babies who had done more to make the building possible than any other group of Armstrong County citizens. The last quarter of the Century of Progress passes on, Saturday, March 9. 1935, the second baby show in Armstrong County ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 March 1935

|s^|^g|§^gj|g|MjW| i'h^'iViiir II inf ■ iwff . y- --■■■ ;- . afca ' — Claude News! r Fought Arctic Alone THOB. T. WAGGONER, Edtr-Ownr found at the Port Offlae at Claud* 'iwtaa, aa Second Class Mall Matter PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Sabaorlption Rate* In Armstrong County, year $1.60 Outside the County, year $2 60 PRESS Ex-Senator Robt. L. Oven lays: "Credit Nationalization leads to Stabilization". He aloo states: "The private control ol MONEY was the main cause of the World's WORST DEPRESSION." :0: There's many a married man who can't figure out why a six months old baby, at two o'clock in the morning, should be so much heavier than its mother was at precisely the same hour before he married her. :0: Oliver Wendell Holmes, former chief Justice of the United States supreme court, veteran Jurist of the United States, lost a game fight against death but retained his keen intellect to ihc end de- spite his 94 years. He was the worthy son of Oliver Wendell Holmes, famous American poet in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 March 1935

mwm = *-%r- . '• 7 ' liil • = a v -v V T GEM THEATRE AT CLAUDE Friday - Saturday "The Dude Ranger" WITH George O'BRIEN THE PRINCE OF THE SADDLE Story by ZANE GREY GOOD COMEDY - CARTOONS Matinee, Sat., at 2:30 p. m. Monday - Tuesday "Evelyn Prentice" WITH Myrna LOY William POWELL AND BABY .IANE Remember tlie Stars in "The Thin Man" GOOD SHORT SUBJECTS Mom—CASH NITE Wed. - Thurs. BENEFIT SHOW-Sponsored By Grade School Room Mothers PRESENTING A TRIBUTE (Dedicated to the memory of Alta I. Brummett) «« Mrs. Wiggg of the Cabbage Patch" CARTOON - MUSICAL Mrs. Floyd Wilson and Mrs. B. C. Wooldridge have charge of Tickets PASTIME THEATRE CLARENDON, TEXAS Fri. 15th: PAUL MUNI. BETTE DAVIS in "BORDERTOWN", also NEWS and COMEDY. Matinee 2:tl0 p. m. 10c-25c Sat. 16th: BUCK JONES in "MEN WITHOUT LAW". Also good COMEDY, Matinee 10c TO ALL Night 10c-15c Sun.-Mon. 17-18: IRENE DUNN and DONALD WOOD in "SWEET ADELINE". Also "GOOD MORN- ING EVE", musical Number, Mat- tnie 2:00 p. in. 10c-:?5c Tues. 19t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 March 1935

> i Your Mistake ! p ®K3B3nmm asKMnm You Hurt Your Business, Your "town And Your Home Paper WHEN You Fail To See The Efficiency Of ADVERTISING!! f A \ E55k^iMsEr*?sr > t. *^gM ."*«•■ i -, mm •. *<*- • - -w / . -r Bggsry— A\\\wWX>-f affrtvwj 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 ti e vaiu' ci your :iorne paper, the most valu- able asset to any tow i or community. . . . Your ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 March 1935

—— experience of thousands of other babies of unemployed parents. :0: I To^Wed Explorer Oliver Wendell Holmes With Eyes Closed THE HOME INTEREST CLUB You say you dont go Into anything with your eyes SHUT? Then accept cur hearty congratulation. They en.n't ALL say that—and really MEAN It Now about your Banking connections: Are you look- ing for a Bank with ample capital and surplus? One that has strong reserves? Careful management? Ample Insurance? Modern facilities? Then our Bonk invites your careful Inspection, at ALL times—in ALL Departments. NEW YORK . . . *Above U Mr*. W. A.. Christmas, widow of |F. D. Christmas, who is to be- come the bride of Dr. Roy Chap- nuui Andrews, noted American explorer and Director of the American Museum of Natural History, located here. When You Are in Amarillo Look For PUBLIX GRILL FOB BETTER FOOD, FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND BEER - LOCATED at Polk & Fifth St. Amarillo. I The First National Bank of Claude ESTABLISHED 1!)04 Want, To Sell Buy Or Exchange ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 15 March 1935

w ? #MFIU. lUMBtRINC GQL AUTOC ASTIR SIM. Fifth* Installment _ on ^p*org« 1. BUtt, oM al<te-i*hMl« on iU •>> to Um Yukon (OM Said* In Um Brat nub ol '*7, Speed Ma lone, cxperitnood (oltf-cwnp tol- iewu tad nmblv, and young Bd ttett- hli first t and young trip, trying to I loat family fortune, struck up a strange menitshlp. MalUand left Spsed playing Solo Vila two other men and wandered forward, to bo sharply recalled by the re- port of a pistol and the news that his partner had bean shot and had gone over- board. Id Jumped In after him, without second thought. But the cold waters got him. and In the end It was Speed who did 'the rescuing, holding Kd's bead above water until they were taken aboard a Ut- ile boat by a French fisherman from Seattts. MalUand. knowing the sea, took charge of the UUIe boat when they per- suaded French/ to take them to Skagway. After a hard Journey they reached Skag- way whsre they find a ship unloading miners and horses. NOW OO ON WITH THE STORY....

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