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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

- 1 ":■" . '< ■. ;'.■ • ' '* ' ' 1 ''I' :$u . . - - * ifrgU SKIN SdFTCNER MELTS DRY, HORNY CELLS &ss ££ mmm (L«#t) Outer shin—' dead rellaon surface dry, cause roughness. auph skin is dry skin. This dry- t-.s consists of horny cells which Jntr to the surface skin, robbing iffof its fresh clarity. •tologlst tells how: "You can melt the horny cells on the skin with a keratolytic cream — vanishing cream. When they are dissolved, the fresh young cells be- neath are apparent." Smooth Pond's Vanishing Cream on after your night's cleansing. In the morning, roughnesses will be gone—your skin silken. Use it dur- ing the day, too, as a powder base. It smooths your skin and keeps your make-up fresh, alluring. CopiTlfJjf, 1MB, Pon«1' ITitrn.-t fuppa^y £% Boys and Girls & By AUNT MARY JHfll A PUZZLE IN PICTURES PRIMITIVE PIONEERING OVER Pioneering is over, at least, j in its primitive form. It may be revived in a newer form I along scientific lines. Look- ing ahead over the coming gen...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 5 April 1935

~W:, ' .-V - ' '■ M'' KfcSfi ••' V ' ,•••.' ;■* •• • bBbpSm V V. "•' • . '/. •' W NOTE 9 MARGARET STUTE fl & jii PROBLEMS If you want a cup of coffee at breakfast, that is as mellow as the song of a bird, you must make that cup from coffee that has been selected with care, blended scien- tifically and roasted just righu YouH find that kind of coffee in the Ad- miration vacuum packed, convenient glass jar the Admiration tin can, or the Admiration cellophane wrapped paper bag. You'll also find a mighty good blended coffee in the Bright & Early pack- age. It is the largest selling package cof- fee in Texas. m Bv MR8 1 rat torn 2116 FIGHT LINES, WRINKLES, BLEMISHES WHERE THEY BEGIN- SKIN FAULTS begin in the under layers of your skin. That's where the nerves, cells, oil glands are that keep your outer skin beautiful. Once the teens are past, oil glands begin to dry up. Circula- tion slows. Fibres lose their snap. Little blemishes appear—later, wrinkles, sagging tissues. That is w...

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

■w " \ > > Mr. Bails eu Man: Three per cant at Jour (tom lacooie thould be iet aside ;foinewtpaper advertising every yew. ■ Try It' la The News and watch your ! business grew by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS Wart A i ft 1 i • mm* wfl 1 Mil iinttlw far mmH jpm hare afea «t th* Um *r Magjtmmm thine ft « dot* at a barfaia. Trj It in TIm <«fi at only 1 oral* a *«A volume 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935 nu; Relief Rolls Are Being Cut Down Now Austin. April 12:—Only five Tex- as counties could boast a record of less than five per cent of their residents on relief rolls as of March 1, statistics compiled by the Texas Relief Commission reveal These counties are Crockett, Ken- edy, Lavaca. Reagan and Winkler Fourteen others, Hudspeth, Ter- rell, Upton, Parmer, Hutchinson Camon. Hidalgo. Cameron. Nueces F.ee, Karnes, Gonzales. Fayette and Fort Bend,, were in the respectable class in the eyes of state relief officials with not more than from 5 to 10 per cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 April 1935

it* at tlM ft t OfttM t Claude Kk M Second O&Mt Matt Matter ■VERY FRIDAY ■abacriptlon Kate* ,. . . .County, year—$1.90 the County, year.— *380 % DURHAM, N. C. . *. Miss Jano Williams (above), of St. Paul, Minn., a senior at Duke University, lias been NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, DEPOSITORS & CREDITORS OF FIRST STATE BANK Claude, Texas elected 1935 May Queen to rule ill tlaborate ceremonies here. May 4. 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 department that is in direct con- trast, with ne'irby Chicago's graft- ridden system. :0: One of our old time subscribers, who resides in C'.'tide, said to this Editor, last Saturday: "I know of lo can ai ine nrsi nuuuimi omn. one murder trial in the United Claude, Texas, and present th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 April 1935

X When You Are in Amarillo Look For PUBLIX GRILL FOR BETTER FOOD, FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND BEER ■ LOCATED tt Polk 4 Fifth St. Amarillo. I OUR WANT ADS Want Ads 2c a word. 25c minimum. 20% off after first week. I When in Amarillo. ASK DR. HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES. 16c FOR SALE -Two Ftill-Blooded Hereford yearling bulls.—J. K. HUNT. 33-p PLYMOTII-DeSOTO—Before you buy a car, either NEW or USED see me.-E. T. HUGHLETT, deal- er. 24-tf|j; JONES FURNITURE COMPANY At 115 East 10th, Amarillo, Texas (JUST BACK OF SEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY) WILL SELL YOU USED FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS, STOVES, RE- FRIGERATORS, LIVING - DINING & BED ROOM FURNITURE CHEAP- ER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE ON THE PLAINS CASH ONLY. WE ALSO TRADE POSTED NOTICE This is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-c The best place to have glasses fitted is at DR. HYDENS, in Am- arillo, Te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 April 1935

==—= |WU £L INGCOU) gz/fubrty "* ■' (kUTOCMTIR SERV, Ninth Installment* •SIS: Young fid M*itl«nd and the gtmblcr Speed M alone became part- * trip north to the Yukon gold field* 97, when word of the rich ores there first * dow* the Picific coast. Maitland. sen of a New England seafaring family, was deter- mined 10 win back his lost family fortunes, frenchy, the fttherman who took him and Speed north, Lucky Rose, beautiful young woman who had given Maitland a riog for a keep- sake; Fallon, trail boss of the miners, who re- lented Rose's attentions to Maitland; Steiner, the money lender; young Pete and his drunken partner mil Owens, Brent, old-time prospector; and Gaxnet. a well-to-do modern one who hired Maitland and Speed to haul his stuff from the beach over the mountains to the Yukon—thes« were among the crowd that made up the gold seekers. At Liarsville, a camp in the hills. Speed was made trail boss in Fallon's P'ace, because Speed insisted on doting the trail till "The man woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 April 1935

X Mm: Three per ent el ahould be Mi iiUi iTirj year. Try II la The New* and watch your haaiiMH (raw by leap* and bound*. CLAUDE NEWS VOL VMS 46. CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935 hare abeat the place er bring jtnmm thing yea need at • bargain. Try H In The New* at only t cent* a ward. NUMBER S3. Armstrong Co. Interscholastic League Meet OFFICIAL REPORT With the completion of the finals V In tennis, track and field events ■ last Friday afternoon, Just one day * before the District Meet in Am- arillo, the Armstrong County ^ Schools brought to a close their annual Interscholastic League Meet. Something over 5Q0 students took part in the meet, which was a success from several standpoints; however, several of the events were won by default. The following results are official: Class A High Schools: Spelling Grade 8 and above, Laura Blaine and Floy Hood of Claude; Ready Writers Contest, Lloyd Turner of Claude; Extemporaneous Speech, boys, Shelby Cook, Claude. Ex- temp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 April 1935

WmW. Claude News VMM. T. WAOOONER. Edtr-Ownr I at the Post Offlae at Claude Imi, M Second Claw MaU Matter. PUBLISHED BVERY FRIDAY Sabeerlptlon Rate* Id Armstrong County, year $1.50 Outride the County, year $2.50 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. 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. ♦PULL NAILS OUT ♦ THE AIR STAYS IN ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ i : ♦ ♦ : ♦ AMAZING NEW TUBE SELF- SEALS PUNCTURES IMMEDIATELY • Don't let a flat tire delay you just when you are in a hurry. Whether it is a mat- ter of life and death or only a pleasure trip, a flat tire is always a delay—always an- noying and costly. An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 April 1935

* When You Are in Amarillo Look For PUBLIX GRILL FOB BETTER FOOD, FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND BEER - LOCATED « at Polk Si Fifth St. Amarlllu. OUR WANT ADS ii Want Ads 2c a word. 25c minimum. 20% off after first week. X When In Amarillo, ASK DR. HYDEN ABOUT YOUR EYES. 16c SPRING TIME IS HERE when you will need many of the notions carried by us. Notions and many other things needed about the place, sold at a very low price. Fresh groceries always carried at lower prices than you can ex- pect to pay. We pay the highest market price for Country Produce. Visit us of- ten during this month. We can please you in goods and price too. C. R. Guyn ' FOR • BALE-Two Full-Blooded Hereford yearling bulls—J. K HUNT. 33-p ! PLYMOTH-DeSOTO—Before you buy a car, either NEW or USED see me.-E. T. HUGIILETT, deal- er. 24-tf POSTED NOTRE This Is to nolify the public that all the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON HENRY, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 19 April 1935

SPSS |N>M. Tenth Installment SYNOPSIS: Y«*ng Id M«iH«nri tad the MMMd iwtili SiimiI Malora tecum put- ■an 00 tht trip oortLro the Yukon gold Midi )• '97. whm - *p-faAui>rey 'Boyd ACTCCASTIR SIUY. , «m word of the rich ores thrrt fint down tht Pacific coast. Maitlind, son of t • New England mEfariog family, «u deter- mined to win back his lost family fortunes, rrcnchy, the fisherman who took him sod Speed north; Locky luee. beautiful young wunao who had given Maitlaod a rink for a keep- sake; Falloo. trail boes of the mioen, who «•• •eoted Rom's attentions to Maitland; Steiner. the money lender. young Pete and his drunkefl partner Bill Owens : Brent, old-time prospector j |lnd Csrnet, s well-to-do modern one who hired Marti and and Speed to haul his stud from the beach over the mountains to the Yukon—these were among the crowd that made op the qold seekers. At Liarsviile, a camp in the hills. Speed wss made trail boss in Valion s place, because Speed insisted on closing the tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 April 1935

v *> •• • tfv r, ■rwrtm® \>s- Mr. Ba ■In— Man: Three par cent sf W* P tm income should be aet maid* frn MS spa per advertising every year. Try It la The News and watch you btuiaesi grow by leaps and bounds. CLAUDE NEWS VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY., APRIL 36, 19:i5 wm ward wm seU soraaShtag for wt yea to i a boat Ux plat* or Mkinmn thing you need at a bargain. Try M In The News at only * centa a ward. NUMBER <4. Gov. Actually at Work Combat- ing Dirt Storms Cases Tried in District Court Armstrong Co. U Loafing at the Log jam- by A. B. Chapin V > -> We have been hearing a lot about the wind erosion project that Is being carried on at Dalhart by the Federal Government. It was my privilege to visit and see Just what Is being done by the only body of this kind in the United States. Last Saturday, in company with Mr. H. M. Howell and Mr. J. M. Hill, we joined a small curavan of Vocational Agriculture teachers from all parts of West Texas, in Amarillo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 April 1935

r Claude News T. WAOOONIR. Xdtr-Ownr at (he Pqat Offlae at Claude M Second Olaas Mall Matter. P0BU8HED HVERY FRIDAY Subscription Rate* IB Armstrong County, year fl.60 9nMde the County, year $2 50 PRESS ASSOCIATION 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 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. Stock Exchange President When You Are in Amarillo Look For PUBLIX GRILL FOR BETTER FOOD, FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND BEER - LOCATED at Polk & Fifth St. Amarillo. NEW YORK . . . Charles R. Gay (above), senior partner of White- house & Co., is the new president of the New York Stock Exchange, elec tei1 this week to suc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 April 1935

n *; V >. > T "THIS IS THE BUG-GINNING OF THE END, 0 KING!" K When an electric refrigerator moves in, bacteria, mold and microbes those or- ganisms that taint and contaminate foods—move out. Bacteria, mold, and microbes do not thrive in temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Electric refrigerators are positively guaranteed to maintain constant tem- peratures below 50 degrees—the critical danger point. "Built For Hot Weather" Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Comparaj I.AKEVIFW NEWS We had 88 at Sunday School Sunday. We were very proud of this number. We could have I his many every Sunday if people were interested in themselves and their neighbor.'). After Sunday School we had an Easter musical program and an egg hunt. There were plenty of eggs for everyone. There are ::rvcral in the com- munity that has had the mumps the past week but they pre all beiter at this writing. We are glad to know that Mr Clarence Luttrell is able to be out again. Miss Thelma Jasper spent Fas- ter with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 April 1935

i Vour Biggest Mistake ! You Hurt Your Business, Your Town And Your Home Paper WHEN You Fail To See The Efficiency Of ADVERTISING!! r 4 < ws S I asxsssi ij 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 lime 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. . . 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 aad in- crease the value of your home paper, the most valu- able asset to any town or community. . . . Your Biggest Mistake is doing without the only and best means of increasing your business, your town and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 April 1935

—wm \ * • ' , • • > V ' 1 * D. A. R. Candidate \ WASHINGTON, D. C. . . . Mrs. Flora M. Oillentine (above), of Chattanooga, Tenn., was the pre- -election favorite for the office of President General of the Daughters of the American Revolution at their 44tli Continental Congress. > OUR WANT ADS Want Ails 2e a word. 25c minimum. 20% oil' after first week. FEW THINGS arc marc precious thr\n your eyes. See Dr. HYDEN when in Amnrlllo and have them tested and make sure t-f GRAY HAIRS—If you would like to change your Gray Hair back to the Original color it was when you were 1G years of age, without using paint, stain or hair die of any kind, and at the same time remove Dandruff, try the Magic Hair Color Restorer. It is guaran- teed to do the work. Cost you only $1 a bottle and anyone can put it on. just like placing any kind ol hair tonic on the head when you comb it. Use It only once or twice a week, will make your hair return •to its original color or money re- funded. No more GRAY ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 26 April 1935

MmrnmJSllliPPW WTOCASTtR SERY Eleventh Installment SYNOPSIS: Strange partner! they were— Spud Malonc hardened gambler; Ed Mait- laod, yvuof New Englander, son otf Kafaxing folk*. They met on their trip north to the Yukon gold fields in 97, Maitland in pursuit of lost family fortunes. Malonc evading the law in tbe gold camps. Frenchy, the fisherman who took tbe two men north . Lucky Rose, the beau- tiful girl who gave Maitland a ring for a keep- take . Fallon, trail boas of the miners and re- Motful of Rose's attentions to Maitland; Brent, old'time prospector ; Garnet, who gave Maitland and Speed his outfit and horses when he quit the trail; Pete and his drunken partner Owens. <drowoed on the beach, these were among the crowd of gold-seekers. After a hard trip north, : with many hazards—and Speed killed a man at Skagway, the manager of a shell game who was out to get Speed—the two partners made camp for tbe winter near Bennett, where the Canadian Mounties held sway. Drew, head uf ...

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

W'< v ■nsi '5* :ir''■''<£>>.;v. •. • i'V"'' ''Ww'->r '"v",'1'' V''.' •' * j > .,k ir Mr. Btulnese Man: Three per cent of your (Ton Income should be set aside (01 newipaper advertising every year. Try It in The News and watch your business grew by leaps and bounds. NEWS Wan MAwmt Ma« al ■* 1 mm I ward vtH Mil ■oiaatMaf far aaah yw km ahoat U « piaec or bringraaawaa (Mac n« ad at a bargain. Try II la The News at only t cent* a ttri VOLUME 46. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 3, NUMBER . \ > $ ■h i i > i ~ T Armstrong Co. Farmers to Go To Washington The County Agent called the Wheat Allotment Committee, Cot- ton allotment, Coin-Hog Allot- ment committee and members of the Armstrong County Agricul- tural Council together Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 to finance and select a farmer to go to Wash- ington D, C. These men came together and after due consideration and de- liberation financed the trip and then selected Dan L. Adams of Wayside to represent Armst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 May 1935

Election *. WAOOOmm. tttt-Ownr at tt Pott OttlM t OUude M Second CUm Mall Matter V0BU8HED BVERY FRIDAY labwrtption Rait* In Armstrong Count* year (190 the County, year 12 50 PRESS Jurors quickly explained "Jury" and "defendant" had Ixeome transposed. —c—:0: "Three In One", was the sub- ject discussed by Pastor Moore of the Christian Church last Sunday morning. This was one among his best efforts, as he brought In the "Three that bear record In Heaven and the Three that bear record on earth." The body, coul and Spirit, is another THREE he referred to , during his able discourse. Bro. Moore has Just returned home from a revival meeting held near Denton. Texas, and reports quite a bit of good accomplished while in tills meeting. -o - 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 resolution was unanimously adopted placing the affairs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 3 May 1935

nfl &«2 1 .T'V :. / || —, hi 'in i ii , MM* -T i f t\ y * i x t OUR WANT ADS Want Ads 2c a word. 25c minimum. 20% off after first week. '■ ■ .r'lrfiimifi Financial Independence PEW THINGS are more precious thn.n your eyes. See Dr. HYDEN when in Amariilo and have thein tested and make sure. t-f fiRAV HAIRS—If you would like to chnnfro your Gray Hair back to the Original color it was when you were IB years of ote, without using paint, slain or hair dee of any kind, and at the same timo remove Dandruff, try the Magic Hair Color Re;t jrer. It, is guaran- teed to do the work. Cost you only $1 a bottle and anyone can put it on. Just, like placing any kind of hair tonic on the head when you comb it. Use it only once or twice a week, will make your hair return to Its original color or money re- funded. No more GRAY HAIRS when you use this mafjic dandruff cure, aL ONLY $1 a boltle. WHITE; Inclosing $1. Box 310, CLAUDE, TEXAS. 34-tf-c I Witt STAND: My 3-year-old Black Stallion F.BO, weigh...

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

wjtmmi ;r fi< p. " V# "Sarge" York mttocmter sir* Twelfth Installment SYNOPSIS: Strange' partners they were— Speed Malone, hardened gambler. Ed Mait- land, young New Englander, son of seafaring folks. They met on their trip north to the Yukon gold fields in 97 % Maitland in pursuit of lost family fortunes. Malone evading the law in the gold camps. Frcnchy, the fisherman who took the two men north. Lucky Rose, the beau tiful girl who gave Maitland a ring for a keep- sake ; Fallon, trail boss of the miners and re- sentful of Rose's attentions to Maitland , Brent, old-time proipeuor, Garnet, who gave Maitland and Speed his outht and horses when he quit the trail; Pete and his drunken partner Owens, drowned on the beach. these were among the crowd of gold-seekers. After a hard trip north, with many hazards—and Speed killed a nun ai Skagway, the manager of a shell game who was out to get Speed -the two partners made camp for the winter near Bennett, where the Canadian Mountiei held sw...

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