Newspaper Page Text
'TIIE CLYTON NEWS, SATt'KDAY. FKBIU RY 1921.
IIOISK COMMITTEE AGAIN AP PIIOVES KIH'CATION HILL Ilrport II Out second Time Willi inciulmfiits lo Alert Objections; Smith oí (icornln Asks PnKsunc YVnhitiKtmi. .Ian. 31. The uellnn l tin- lions' cnmmiUcc m educa tion in again importing nut the Smith-Towner bill fur a dopnrl nifiil of dnrulion. Willi some slight, changes from Uio original lexL anil Un furUmr fhet thai. Senator Hoke Smith of CU'orgid thi week called Upon I hi Si'imln committee on I UCflUon uml Inlmr In report the hill ,Ut fnvoralily. lias riuiwvl friends of Vie measure to predict ils jms MJpe nl tlm present session of con jfMas. The muse coininillco made Mtne rhatiKes in Uve hill (o meet the requests of Judge Towner of ' Iowa, author of the house, measure, and others who are supporting il. 'Hm amendments approved by the commit leo emphasize the fuel that the functions of the state are not infringed upon in providing Hint courses of study and plans for car rying out the act in any álate would be determined by stale authorities. They lend to complololy answer charges that the bill would central ize control of the schools by n fed eral department at Washington. OUie.r charges made include one to the effetft til in t Hie. Itureau of Edu cation would simply be transferred to the Department of Education. nd another that, all other bureaus of the government lmving to do with ediR'alional matters would be transferred only by art of congress. This proxiaion was inserted in or der to dispel any doubts thai may have existed as to the posibility. In Ihe event of the creation of Uie mew department, of it interfering with Ihe departmental reorpuiua tion plans of the government. I'moralilo Senate Action E peeled Senator Smith, in discussing the tremendous support being given the bill by the public, said that legisla tion of a pressing character, such as that having to do with financing plans in the interest of fanners, bail made il impossible to give to Ihe HlUcatiouul measure attention ear lier in the session, but Uiat from now on it would be vigorously push ed. Favorable action by the sen ate committee is expected. In the house the bill will now go on the calendar and thus be placed in a position to be called up for at the earliest opportunity. Judge Town er continues to express confidence in the final authorization by Con gress r the new department. The pendency of Uio Department of Education measure lias caused attention to be called to Ihe fact ev ery other big government now has n Minister of Education, thus sug Resting that the United States has been lagging in Uiis respect. Just as sentiment, back of tin measure seems to be growing stronger, so is the feeling (hat a ndslake would be canoed in the merely transfer' of of the Itureau of Education lo somo other department, such as Public Welfare. The impelling nuitixe back of the Department of Education bill is the need for Uie fostering of oduca-1 tion in a broad, national way, and Ibis would not be sened by con tinuing a Itureau of Education a& a mere cog in a wheel which is grinding primarily in Behalf of some oilier interest. Once the measure has passed the house, efforts will be made by Sen atvr Smilh and others to push it through Hie senate. Should it in the meanwhile have been reported out by the señale cominillo and placed on Ihe calendar, "a decided advan tage will have been gained, and con sideration in the tipper body will he facilitated. The only real oppo sit ion to the department of ediien lion'fiill in eilher .branch, apparent ly, is based on Ihe I'ticl that it car ries an appropriation in excess of the amount now being expended upon the bureau oT education; but, as provision is malí for each slate to share in Ihe benefits of Ihe new department on a fedei'al aid basis, this feature is not expected to prove as formidable as was at first thought FOIl SALE A Davenport ami Uaby lied, pi good condition. :.t 1'Oi Ce dar Street. tf-31" TUBES Now is Ihe time lo place your or der for spring trees. Make your se lection onrly bofore the stock i all picked over. By placing your or der now, we can supply your wanl with lnrgo lindo trees. of "bloom ing rose, fruit tr.oes and oernes of all kinds.' , . claVton WUISERY. G. A; Ilodoll, 106 E. Magnolia St. Phono 210. Clayton. N.M. 40-tf Lady or OunUenntn Agent wanted in Uie- city of Clayton to sell tin genuine J. IL Watkms Medicine Spices, Extracts, Toilet Pi rin ra tions, etc. Ail or spai e lime. A won derful opportunity lo ge into bus iness for yourself. Write today foi free particulars and sample J K Walkins Co., CO Winona Milin. --y Xnllcc I'or I'ulillrntton Imiliilrd I'rndl. ri lll.K) I.ANU SAI.l'l "(?' of l$.li-20 nrilerH snip puIiIIhIiimI In Clayton New, Clnyton, Nv Mexico Department oí the Inttino, I' 8 l.aml Offlon at Clayton, New Mexico, lecomlir 80,- 19.2(t. Notice In hereby kIm'H Huh, aa di- I reeled by the Commissioner of the ' General laml office, uml(r pro IsIoiih of Heo'llRR, Jt. S., pui-aiimit In the np', plication of Lloyd C. Viider, I'lavton, New Mexico, erial No. 27417. we will I offer at public sale, to the hluhen . bidder, hut at not lena thnn $2. ñu per iicre, at 10.00 o'clock, A. M. on the 23ml day of March, lftL'l, iet, lit till! office, the following tract ut land. SEH NBH. Sec. in, T. 31 N, It. :U K, N. M. P. M. "This tract is ordered Into the mar ket on a showing that the greater por tion thereof 1m iiiouiitninoim or too rough for cultivation." Tho Hale will not be kept open, but' will he deblared cloaed when tfiose present at the hour naúied have ceased bidding-- The person making the high est hid will be required to Immediately pay to the KeMtVer the amount there of. Any persons alalmlim adversely the above-described land are advised to file their clufm, or objections, on or before the time deslKnnted for sale. l'AZ VAI.V1CHDR, Feb. 6 Mar. 5. Keglflter. Subscribe for Til News, cheap at $2.00 per year. j Are YOU One With Us? 1 One million, five hundred thousand farmers are united in a common cause through the American Farm Bureau Federation. They represent fifteen billion dol lars' worth of our national wealth. That is more than the value of all the gold the world has produced in the last sixty years. These are stupendous figures. Yet the impressive fact is not the size of the figures themselves, but the power they signify. The thoughts, the voices, the strength of one-fourth of the country's farmers joined in a single cause farm progress 1 It is'a tremendous force for good. This force that is created by 1,500 000 determined farmers is making itself felt. It is speaking with too powerful a voice to be ignored, too well informed to be dismissed. Con gress, capital, labor are having to listen to the farmer at last because the farmer has found a means of making himself heard. The Farm Bureau Federation has given him that means. " Fall in line! Join the Farm Bu reau and help swell the mighty force that has enlisted under the Farm Bureau banner. Its objective is a secure and prosperous farming in dustry. Help it to guarantee that for you and the sue million other farmers of this country. Before the national body was or ganized The Country Gentle man began to support the movement. Its aid has been continued because the editor believes in the soundness, the integrity and the wisdom of Farm Bureau policies and leadership. The Country Gentleman al ways is ready to support and encour age every move that is helpful to farming. That is the purpose of this big national weekly to make farm life more livable and profitable. It does this through the medium of in formative articles, inspiring editorials and practical suggestions. You need THE COUNTRY. GEN TLEMAN in your business, in your home life. And it costs only $1.00 a year less than two cents tor each of the fifty-two big issues. You can mail your subscription to us, inclosing a dollar bill, check or money order. 5 Cents the Copy ISe COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Circulation 800,000 Weekly $1.00 the year The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Also Publishers of THE SATURDAY EVENING POST and THE LADIES HOME JOURNAL Ther VfalUwillnrvef erarle The intereMinjr panel treat tnetttandbeairtifuiljf painted frieze male ihu room dr cidedjy above the ordinary. Make The Plain Room Attractive WHETHER building; or remodeling you will be better pleased with your rooms if stiff-as-lumber Black Rock Wallboard is used for the walls and ceilings. TJiere is no mun or litter in applying Black Rock Wallboard. Once in place, it taya there permanently without cracking, warping or falling. It gives an xliletl comfort and attractiveneaa to the rooms no matter wliat the clwracter of the building home, bungalow, office, store, restaurant, church or factory. Note the moature-repellent black certtrc that identifies the genuine, rigid, 4-ply veneer Black Rock Wallboard. Black Rock Wallboard is protected against all kinds of weather and needs no priming coat in decor ating because it receives a special surface sealing and sizing treatment Glv us a chance to-txplain the advanlagu of Black Rock WallboarJ for your particular bulldingi. STAR LUMBER COMPANY M Clayton, New Mexico Phono 158 A. E. MOXTEITIi, Manarjcr ABSTRACTS AND INSURANCE The Clayton Abstract Co. Incorporated , CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO I M. 1 HARVEY, Manager. Phone 228 - Make Your Old Tires IN E W HAVE YOUll USED TIKES ItETKGADED AND SAVE 50 PEU CENT OF ORIGINAL COST Our Shop Is Eiiiilpnril Willi the Hrst of Machinery Uv All Kinds tit Vul ciniiij. Owiiiri to tho Dct-linc in Prices or Tires, Cost or Hojialr Work has been llciliiccd in Proportion. Service Tire Repair Co. At Clayton Garage, on .Main Street CLAYTON NEW MEXISO We Buy BEANS Only The Trinidad Bean and Elevator Company MAIN OFFICE, TltlMDAl), COLO. F. G. AKINS, Mgr. CLAYTON, N. M. uiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiuiniHHimiiiiiiiMfiuiHyiMH ".SEI PE-RU-NAi FOR CATARRH OF THE HEAD AND N0SE ' I began using PE-ttU-KA Tableta three years go for catarrh oí the head and nosfl. Wnn tin. 5 Mr Irak Ms able to do an V thin C. S tom, ta It, I Baw a decided Improvement after one box and after Tablets or Uqald HO RETURN OF THE DISEASE IN TWO YEARS using five boxes be- j Here I am cured as : tli ero has been no ! return of the dls- ease in two years." ! Fifty years of use- fulness la the best j guarantee of Po-ru- ; na merit. Sold Everywhere i aiiniwHiiHHiiiiu!iiiiiiiH!iiiuuiiiiHiiwiHniimniiiiinniiiiniinHunní