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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 March 1935

« A, Mf. Bataw Man: Three per cant of TO■ (Tom Income should bo *et aside foi newspaper advertising every rev. Try It In The Newa and watch your bnalness pew by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Want Mwtbtai at only 1 eoato i word will eell something (or eaak yea have about the place or bring yon ■owe thine Ton Deed at a bargain. Try It In The News at only 2 cents a word. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRI., MARCH 22, 1935. NUMBER . \ I - ■m m Mrs. J. J, Justiss Killed in Auto Crash March 18 Mrs. Ruth Justiss, nge 44. was killed In an auto crash, half mil? this side of Kasota. on Highway No. 5, Tuesday of this week. The accident occured about 6 miles west of Claude. Mrs. Justiss was fatally injured Tuesday afternoon. In the crash and died next morn- ing at 7:30. in Dr. Carroll's office at Claude. * Five others were injured in the crash. The d'.ist storm that raged et that time was the cause of the wreck. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hud- son. and Mrs. J. J. Justiss, of Goodnight, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 March 1935

V' : y, ... ,„.. SMflpipfl'--" :• . ' '.. ■ ?&'■ Claude News' T. WAOOONER, Edtr-Ownr 1 at the Post Offite at Claude tmu, u Second Class Mall Matter. FCBU8HED HVERY FRIDAY Subscription Rates to Armstrong County, year 11.50 Outside the County, year 12.50 PRESS 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. Texar,, on Dec. 31st. 1934. a resolution 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. ^rom^ Sword NEW. YORK. . . . Gen. Hugh S. Johnson (above), soldier and for- mer NRA Chief has joined the ranks of American newspapermen, to pro- duce a 5U0 word column, six days a week. He will write on current topics, it is stated. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 March 1935

V A \ > j - I ] LEVINE'S LE VINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S LEVINE'S s.mm mm A "Sure Thing" Tip "NIFTY FIFTEEN" Spring Suits "for men Styled like you like 'em! $ 15 oo YOU can pay a lot of money for a new sprint suit but you can't net a better one if you pay twice fifteen dollars. Here are suits in styles to please men of ail ages and in colors that dress you up. The materials can't be beat. Better see them. New Spring DRESS SHIRTS Hundreds and hundreds of the best looking shirts you could ask to see and the price is only 98c DON'T MISS 6th and Taylor St. AMARILLO, TEXAS VALUES SPECIAL PRICES IN EVERY DEPART- MENT FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! SALE! NEW SPRING WOOLENS r>4-inch wool tweeds in checks and solid colors. This group is a very sensational value for Friday and Saturday and will go fast at 78* 54-inch wool coatings and crepes suitable for a wide range of uses and in very at- tractive patterns. They were priced up to $1.49 the y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 March 1935

wsu gittmaif8*'1* ^■1 . ,,CTV,,,lW...,,, -V- . -;y. V; .'■ '■.wsmtf:. i' ' — ^ ■ — Mistake ! Your i <** n You Hurt Your Business, Your Town And Your Home Paper W HEN You Fail To See The Efficiency Of ADVERTISING!! i J 4 A 5i:r ^vyS1!1' * w q 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 iind what they want but immediately go to the Newspapers which is more efficient and a real time saver. . . .\ ou 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 asset to any town or community. . . . Your Biggest Mis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 March 1935

sBf 11 m = I W r A On Her Honeymoon Going Too Fast NEW YORK ... Above is Mrt, James H. R. Cromwell, bride, who Until last week^was Miss Dorii Duke, called the world's wealth' iest girl and heiress to the Duke tobacco millions. The youtiu couple was married quietly and art now on a world tour honey* moon. Mr. Cromwell is an tdver. tising man. A man complained the other day because he was so hard up he had to travel second-class. Well, that's about the best many of us can afford—and STAY AT HOME. Possibly that is one trouble with the country. We may have been traveling too FAST, too HIGH. It pays to live within one's means and SAVE a little something for times of adversity. When the going gets rough, noth- ing helps out more than money In the bank. Open an account with us. We'll help you. Miss Elite Holligan and Mrs, A. D. Johnson returned Monday from Port Worth where they visit- ed over the week-end with friends. Mr. King, of Abilene, spent the week-end with his wife, Mrs. Ozelle Ree...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 March 1935

©^N.S. Soyt Sixth Installment SYNOPSIS: Younu F.,i Maitland, son of a New England seafaring family, and the hardened gambkr, Sliced Maiune. nict on a trip north to the Yukon gold lielda in '97, when word of the rich orci there first came down the Pacific coast. Maitland was de termincd to win back his lost fortune befote be returned home. The two men became niters Speed promising nut to get tang ed with the law if he could help it. and to clear out from the partnership if he did. Frenchy, the fisherman whose smack took the two men north, Lucky Rose, the beau tiful girl who had given a ring to Maitland as a keepsake: Fallon, camp leader, resentful of Rose's attention to Maitland: Steiner, the money lender: young Pete and his drunken partner Bill Owens; Brent, old-time prospec- tor, Qfcrnei well-to-do ','aveler who nired Maitland and Speed to take his things over the mountains these are the principal tiK u:es lu the story Mai ine. M 'liand atyi Garnet hauled part oi his stuff finm the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 March 1935

: 'wwim Jy* •" $$;}f' ■ -i"■ $: i 9® ';' ^;'f I''* iffe : s'Sw I A Mr. BuIumi Man: Three per cent of your rroM Income should be let aside foi newspaper advertising every year. Try it in The News and watch your business grew by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Want Advertising at Mir t word will sell something for cash yov have about the place or bring j a sasae thing you need at a bargain. Try It in The News at only 2 cents a ward. s i. ) VOLUME 46. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRI., MARCH 29, 1935. NUMBER M. Old Age Pens- ions are Sure to Come Shortly House of Representatives. Party- Fourth Legislature, State of Texas Austin, March 20, 1935. Dear Mr. Waggoner: Just r. few liner, to let you know something of what is going on down here In the Legislature. Yesterday the House voted to submit House Joint Resolution No 19, proposing nn amendment to Article 3 of the Constitution of the State of Texas, by adopting a new section to be known as Sec- tion 51-b, which shall provide that the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 March 1935

Claude News 1M0II. T. WAOOOHKR, Kdtr-Ownr w«««W kt the Post Offlte at Claude 'inn u Second Class Mall Matter. PdBUBHED BVERY FRIDAY Marvin Jones Writes About Our New Bills Subscription Bate* to Armstrong County, year Sl.BO Sutaide the County, year *2.50 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, DEPOSITORS A CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK Claude, Texas House of Representatives, U. S.. _ , Committee on Agriculture. Wash- Notice Is hereby given that at ington, D. C.. March 23. 1935. a stockholders meeting held in qp;ii. Tom: First State Bank. Claude. Texas, on Dec. 31st. 1934. a resolution was paid (or the Bonds, Is a disgrace to any nation". Quite right, and the Farmers and Laboring men of this nation should see that it Is stopped, even If they have to send NEW MEN to Congress to make this chcnge. :0: ~An"enormous surface deposit of sodium sulfate, popularly known as "crciiy crystals", has been found at Frost Lake, nine miles west of O'Donnell. Lynn county. Its value has been estimated at from one to te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 March 1935

f When You Are in Amarillo Look For PUBLIX GRILL FOB BETTER FOOD, FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND BEER - LOCATED at Polk & Fifth St. Amarillo. rz Deliver the Goods" Want, To Sell Buy ^ Or Exchange \ When In Amarillo. ASK DR, ^ HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES, llic f. s FOR SALE CHEAP, live room ^ | ^ house, with bath, garage and high school and churche Jka^VAL LAYCOCK. d near / s.— See' J Si Chestnut says: "Nothing is gained by getting to third base—if you STOP there. It is bringing in the Run that counts." Every once in a while old Si has a real idea. In other words BLUFF and BLUSTER amounts to but little it you don't "bring home the bacon." We ask the chance to prove to you that our Bank is a GOOD Bank for YOU. We will welcome you with a glad hand and fair treatment. The First National Bank of Claude ESTABLISHED 1904 Still They Come CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEW YORK Hume (above) . . Miss Benita is the latest of / British beauties to turn her eyes to 30 - p vnxwxxxnxxxxxnx* INCUBATORS and Brooders, various...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 March 1935

=3= I jse*- Swei MBtRING COLD * WJTOCASTW SWr nth Installment SYNOPSIS: Young Ed Maltlud,- w li New E (luid seafaring family, and the uMraed (ambler, Speed Malonc, met on a trip north to t&c Yukon (old fttldt in '97, wqkn word of the rich area there Brat came dojvn the Paoific coaat. Maitland waa do- Mrtaiaetl to win hack hit loft fortune before he returned home. The two men became partnen, Spaed promising not to (et wang- led with the law if be could help it, and to clear out from the partnenhip if he did. French/, the fisherman whose smack took the two men north; Lucky Rose, the beau- tiful girl who had given s ring to Maitland as-a Ite*peakc, Fallon, camp leader, resentful of Rsse'r attention to Maitland, Steiner, the money leader; young Pete and his drunkeo partner Bill Owens; Brent, old-time prospec- tor; Garnet, well-to-do traveler who hired MkiUand and Speed ta take his things ortt the mountains- -these are the principal fig- ures In the story Malone. Maitland and Cornet ...

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

c IP 'W iv I I > > > t r Mr. Baaine— Mm: Three per cent el yaw iroee Income should be set aside lot newspaper advertising every year. Try It in .The News and watch your buitneae grew by leape and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Want Advertising at only I eeata a word will aeli something lor eaah yea have about the place or bring you nm thing you need at a bargain. Try It in The Newi at only 2 cente a ward. VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AI'KIL 5, 1935. NUMBER U. Claude School Also Winner in Literary Events In addition to proving their supremacy along the track, field and other athletic contest lines, the pupils of the Claude School made an almost complete sweep of the Literary Events. Claude con- testants won, almost without ex- ception, in all events in which they were entered. Names of some of the winning contestants from the Elementary School are: Jr. Boys' Declamation. Thos. E. Watson, Jr. Girls' Decla- mation- Irene January; Spelling 6th and 7th — Kathryn Doak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

\:A Claude News THOS. T. WAQOONKR, Edtr-Ownr entered at the Post Office at Claude lema, as Second Class Mall Matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Subscription Rates In Armstrong County, year 1.50 3utslde the County, year (250 PRESJ Horses. . Horses MIAMI... Sea Horses will ride high, wide and handsome this sea- son, is the fashion tip-off for swim- i mi rig spots. They make colorful NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, anj attractive spots on beach caps' 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 resolution 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. WE HAVE i*i mind five very important bills thpt should pass Congress at this session and be duly signed by the Presi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

"t .taw f X JL V, y i \ A A i >. > y r \ T t T When You Are in Amarillo Look For PUBLIX GRILL FOR BETTER FOOD, FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND BEER - LOCATED at Polk Si Fifth St. Amarillo. A Booby Prize? OUR WANT ADS Want Ads 2c a word. 25c minimum. 20% ore alter first week. FOR SALE—Two Full-Blooded Hereford yearling bulls.—J. K. HUNT. 33-p MEN WANTED for Rawleigh Routes in Claude. Write today.— Rawleigh Co., Dept. TXD-138-SB, Memphis, Tenn. Apr.-5, 19 When In Amarillo. ASK DR. HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES. 16c A woman In this town declared that if her husband doesn't beliave better she Is going to offer him as a Bridge Prize at he>- next patty. We don't knew what he has been t'oing, but we'll bet he hasn't a good-sized bank account. Men who are hustlers, good providers, money-makers, are never offered as prizes at a bridge party—you may bank an that. The First National Bank of Claude ESTABLISHED 1904 I ✓ ! ✓ ✓ with her daughter, at Neches, Tex- as, until ■ometime in May :0: W. A. Hardin, w...

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

|K autocaster stuv : () t ^ . . " ■ ;• '. . _ ; .; _ • . Eighth Installment* SYNOPSIS: Young E4 Maitland and the hardened gambler Speed Malone becainc part oen on the trip north to the Yukon gold fields in '97, when word of the rich ores there first cvne down the Pacific coast. Ma it land, son of a New England seafaring funity, wit deter mined to win back his lost family fortune* Fftncby, the fisherman who took him and Speed north; Lucky Rose, beautiful young woman who had given Maitland a ring for a keep sake; Fallon, trail boss of the miners, who re- lated Rote's attentions to Maitland. Sterner, the utoney lender, young Pete and his drunker partner Bill Owens ; Brent, old-time prospector and Garnet, a well-to-du modern one who hired Maitland and Speed to haul his stuff from the beach over the mountains to the Yukon these were /unong the crowd that made up the gulil seekers. At Liarsville. a camp in the hills Speed was made trail boss in Fallon s place, because Speed insisted on cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

MgBWQm '.,.,'<*Y' : MP' -iMrf '" Mi' ' ■■"" ' ■ ™: :"-ii ).JP :, -*wr lim:: ...,; •., ..; .;. , ■ • ;j-. ■"wn0toW.es "■■■■■■ !<VWI' ' •:. ■•' -j..H!f" :' ..■■ t ■ ' ■: r ■ . w_ . i., -- . a ■ Mr Business Man: Three per cent of your gross toeoms should be set aside for newspaper advertising every year. Try it and your business will increase by leaps and bounds. VOLUME 46. MAGAZINE SECTION CLAUDE NEWS WANT ADS at only 2e a word wfll sell tomeUiiog for cash you hare about the place or bring you something you need at a bargain. Try H in The Claude News at only 2c per word. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG-COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1935. NUMBER 81. ■> dUCKY, UNLESS A miracle happens, it look5 like were OUT OF LUCK as far AS LUNCHEON t5 concerned. r gd dd (3c3 coo# [pa to take our minds off our hunger , lets watch the workmen down in this SEWER ! just our luck to arrive at lunch J time and endure/ tHE torment of c- watchins otmers ^ <2/ ,:krlAM! I .told MY wife ] i wa5 fed UP-ON * HAM ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

vents By W. N. BEARD 71* Jonas Street. Fort Worth. Tnai. (Copyright, 1985. by the Homo Color Print Co.) ITH sentiment now favoring a Texas Centennial to celebrate Texas independence, it should be of interest to briefly review 15 years of Texas history—from the found- ing of Stephen F. Austin's first Anglo- American colony in Texas in 1821 to the Battle of San Jacinto in 1836. San Jacinto Battle E&l General Sam Houston Commander of Texas troop* In Rattle of San Jacinto. Spain had exorcised some control over Texas for 3U0 years prior to the arrival of Austin's colony. In 1821 Mexico revolted against Spain and set up its own independent government, thereby putting the Texas colonies under Mexican laws and Mexican decrees. Spain had tried to colonize Texas, but failed in the attempt, and there were very few Spaniards and Mexicans in Texas at the time Austin's colony of 300 persons settled along the Colorado river in what is now Austin county. From the beginning the Texans and the Me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

COMMENT Women Haven't Had a Fair Chance 1HE women haven't had a fair showing in regard to holding pub- lie office. Possibly nine-tenths of the women holding offices of any prominence were elected or appointed because they were the wives of men who had died in office, or because, for one reason or another, their husbands could not serve. The States have had two women Governors, Texas and Wyoming, each of the women being elected because they were wives of their husbands. A Governor in North Dakota was impeached last year, and his wife, "M? a candidate to succeed him, was de- •Sfcated. There is one woman United mates Senator, Mrs. Carraway of Arkansas, and nine United States wom- en Congressmen. Only two of these were elected on their own merits and not on the merits of their husbands. Of course, a Governor's wife, or a Sen- ator's, or a Congressman's wife, might be a very smart, capable woman, but, it • is not at all likely she could, as a rule, be any smarter than dozens of other bri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

iS^'% ' ^'l BRIEF TEXAS N EW S PLOW LAND FOR SICK NEIGHBORS That old-time Texas neighborliness is still in vogue was proven in Jones county when the lands of farmers who were'sick were broken out and bedded SAYS BRAZOS PROJECT SELF- LIQUIDATING John A. Norris, chairman of the Tex- as Water Board of Engineers, told a Senate sub-committee that the $50,000,- SEEK PARK IN CHISOS MOUNTAINS A bill has been sent to the Depart- ment of the Interior that would create a national park in the Big Bend area of the Chisos mountains along the Rio HONEYMOON FUND STOLEN Paul Dodd of Greenville was taking Miss Adelyn Dransfield for "better or for worse," and had left his traveling suit in another room during the mar- by neighbors. Teams, tractors and 000 flood control project along the Grande." If present plans are carried Hage ceremony. When he returned $40 hundreds of men worked at the job. Brazos river will pay for itself in 40 0ut the park will embrace nearly a mil- which he had saved for the hon...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

mmr mmm . m ■ ---wr -* kUT •wi r I Corns Lift Right Out! fREEZONE does it! Puts the corn to leep—deadens all pain —and soon akes it so loose in its bed of flesh t it lifta right out! Hard corns or t—all are quickly ended by FREE- ZONE. Calluses, too. Get a bottle at any drug store and walk in comfort! FREEZONE M STOP TOBACCO? Hnnixh the craving for tobacco m thouBHnii* havt1. Make your- self f refund hnppy wit tiTobacro Redeemer. Not a substitute, not habit forming. Write for free booklet telling of injurious ef- fect of tobacco n<l dependable, easy way to relieve the .-ravin* ma.'v teen have. FREE BOOK RewellfhanRaealCo., Dept. 1 ^2 Clarion Sta.. Sl.lotiii.Mo COUNTERFEIT COINS A GRAVE PROBLEM The manufacture of fake half dollars, quarters, dimes and nickels has greatly in- creased in the last three years, said William H. Moran, Chief of the Secret Service. In the last five years the counterfeiting of small coins has quadrupled. Bogus coins totaling $19,148 were confis- cated by ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

V:,y; WW / L*tert scientific ioiafiMlkn about WR£MF . Branding Without Fire, Preventing Growth ol Horns, Caked Udder, Calf Scours. Your Drug- gist Recommends Globe Serums, Vaccines and Specialties, Internationally Famous. Write Our Nearest Of/ice GLOBE LABORATORIES FORT WORTH hwi Cftv lot AngcW* . • Pln f • • H IStt • I W« Cif IhtU RckI Fort Worth, Tex. San Angelo, Tex. Axtell Ever-Oiled ^ Wind Mill RUNS WHEN OTHERS STAND STILL. Write as and vre Will Tell You Why AXTELL CO. Lubbock, Tex. Amarillo, Tex. Ben Mayo of McCulloch county gathered seven bales of cotton from 21 acres of terraced land, while neighbors whose lands were not terraced gathered about one-third that amount on the same number of acres. Montague county has ap- proved applications from five towns in that area for com- munity gardens, the products of which are to be furnished relief clients with the surplus to be canned in community canning plants. Miss Ora Montgomery, yard improvement demonstrator in Collin county, ha...

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