Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1934 Page: 2 of 4
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! County, year—tl-60
County, iht W*
imnl BUMon dollars which went
to the SPECULATOR! There Is no
other way out of It. When the
speculator gets several Billion Dol
Ian, somebody has to pay it and
we say the fanner is the one who
pays it; either in a lower market
for what he sells or a HIGHER
Market In buying back the finish-
The Claude News Is authorized
to announce the following can-
didates for the office, under which
their names appear, Subject to
the action of The Democratic
Primary to be held July 28. 1934.
For County Judge:
S. P. MATHEWS
FLOYD H. WILSON
W. W. HOOD
For Sheriff, Tax Collector and
J. A. BEST
E. P. BERRY
For County And District Clerk:
CHAS. W. STEWART
For County Treasurer:
MRS. H. L. MOBLEY
MRS. M. M. I SUE I KERR.
Since the government has now
gone into the loan business, in
direct competition with local banks,
through the Farm Credit Associ-
ation, these institutions will soon
become mendlums for change and
deposit only. There must be some
revenue for ev?ry business or it
cannot exist—many are asking what
its going to be In this case?—Rich-
ardson. Echo. .
Editor Sam Harben of the Rich-
ardson Echo, is correct in the a-
bove. But, now farmers and others
must have money to transact bus
iness. and many local banks have
almost stopped loaning money,
what are the borrowers of money
to do. The Central Bank Heads
have advised the small banks to
loan no money, even at TEN PER
CENT, while they are putting it
out, through the government, at
LESS THAN HALF THAT RATE
of interest. What the Central
Banks are after is to stop most all
loans being done by the small
banks, and let this business come
through them, in order that they
will get the interest, and cripple,
discourage and finally kill or put
the little banks out of business.
That is why the smaller banks
were ordered, through the bank
code, to make a charge on all
accounts. To make a charge of
fifty cents on all accounts started,
to charge 3 cents on each cheek
give over a certain amount they
carry in the bank, when the de-
posit was low. also to make a
charge of fifty cents a month on
a* the itinn* for it •
mm of worthy minds yield to
tegpfUcn. treachery and
aatementa seeking to divide the
people preventing them from un-
nlting in one political party. There
are other and many ways in
which money Is used by the Usur-
ers for an evil purpose. Among
them Compromises by which Usur-
ery is permitted to continue when
in fact a sweeping and com-
plete remedy can only come by
digging up the Upas Tree by the
roots. So long as it Is permitted
to continue it will do its destruc-
tive work. If we are to permit the
Devil to return by compromising,
thus preventing permanent pros-
perity, with frequent returns of
present conditions, I would lose all
interest in this subject. I am at'
tempting to the making of a per-
fect civilization and forsee failure
if the Usury System is to con-
tinue in any form. To dig it up
by the roots is the only method
and the substitution of a finan-
cial system that will work perfect-
ly without any Usury whatever
attached to it. "Corn" Harvey in
BUBAL SCBOOL TOURNAMENT]
For Commissioner Precinct No. 1:
O. F. SMALLEY
A. E. WOODWARD
C. M. (MOLENi BRUMMETT
J. L. PAFFORD
For Commissioner Precinct No. 2:
J. J. RAY
MONEY MONEY MONEY
WASHINGTON: . I . lira. Jean
9. Whittemora, of Kaaaae (above)
has been mads Oolite tor of the Port
of 8aa Juan, neat to the most im-
portaat Job ia Puerto Bieo. When
asked how ah* obtained the appoint-
meat, replied, "flood poker play, ia
wliat I call itV
'THE WORLD'S WORST HICK*
The value of the dollar has
been sent down to less than sixty
cents. That is true and yet It
does not keep cur local dollar from
being just a: heavy when it goes
in the old pocket book or the
overalls pocket. Have any of you
really thot seriously as to what
the A. A. A. program in Armstrong
county has meant? It has brought
to the farmers over $127,000.00 to
date. Gentlemen THIS IS ONLY
THE BEGINNING, ONLY THE
BEGINNING. Before the year 1934
is completed this county will have
had distributed to the farmers and
ranchmen over $300,000.00 And
still some people will not smile and
many do not believe in Santa
Of Demmitt, Texas, writes: "I
want you to know (and you can
quote me on this) that I read
your editorials csslduously. (what-
ever that means). I look forward
to The Claude News with the
same degree of Interest that most
folks look for a letter from home.
Your editorials represent some of
the best independent thinking in
Texas. Keep up the good work.
My wife has told me that "Pa
Hinkle" read what you had to
say about me over the radio. That's
•OUR WEEKLY CHURCH CHAT"
For Commissioner Precinct No. 3:
W. H. HAMBLEN
E. T. BAGWELL
If you are red blooded Ameri-
all accounts running under $50. can and real Democrat you should
By having the smaller banks to includes each night in your pray-
carry these handicaps towards ers thanks for our great Presi-
dent and National Leader. If you
are not a Democrat you should
express thanks that your party
lost in the last election—FARMER
IMPROVING ROADS HELP
For Commissioner Precinct No. 4:
The American people are ask-
ed if they know where they are
going, but they don't seem to
care here in Texas provided they
ate going somewhere.
Dancing, 'tis said, is going to
bccome more graceful. Then we
shall not probably see so many
dances where it looks as if we
blundered into a wrestling match'all they can at TEN PER CENT
getting more deposits, the Central
Bank Heads hope to see their de-
posits grow lower and lower, and
finally they will be put out of bus-
iness by competition of the Central
Banks of the United States. What
the smaller banks should do is to
refuse to follow any banker's Codes
suggested by the Central Banks,
or any of the larger banks, but in-
stead arrange a code of their own.
which would allow every small
bank to encourage every man
having money, large or small, to
place it in these banks. Place no
barrier on any depositor, large or
small, but encourage them to place
all their loose change in the bank,
charging them NOTHING AT ALL
foi keeping this money, nor charge
them any kind of a fee on checks
they could issue on this money
Several thousand collars more
would go into tne bank if thi-
was done, and tins bank should
always LOAN OUT THEIR LIMIT
These candidates for office are
the most pleasant people you can
meet, and the plrty is that there
nre not more of them running.
There is one thing you can always
bank on, and that is this editor
will never "throw a wet blanket"
in the way of any prospective
candidate for office. To run for an
office is somewhat of an edu-
cation in itself, therefore a man
or woman who makes the race
will always learn something wheth-
er elected or not.
thus cutting off the Central Bank
Some consciousless scoundel has
sent the name of The El Campo
News to one of those "Investment
Companies," and every mail brings
us information of bigger and bet-
ter "sure-fire" ways to get rich
All that we have to do is "in-
vest" some money in this-that—
or the other, and after that, we
can sit down and "clip dividends,"
according to this "information".
Now to begin with, we don't
want to "get rich". We never have
been rich and looking over the
A statement made by one of rich people, we know we have no
the field men from the Austin! ambition in that direction. Besides
Relief office gave hopes that pos- all that, we have no money to in
sibly by the first of this week, the
30 hours week may be reestablish-
ed on CWA work in the drouth
striken area of the Panhandle
Committees and groups have
been active in trying to get the
vest—and wouldn't invest it if we
did have, as we could have lots
more fun just spending it.
Now we are willing to plead
sucker" on many different lines,
but for somebody to accuse us of
A Rural School Tournament was
held at Ooodnlgnt. February 10th
The Ash tola boys and the Lake-
view (iris were in the finals. Af-
ter battling with the two teams,
the setahd 'teams of Goodnight
won the tournament.
The Lakevlew girls and boys
were the Rural School Champions
The schools which were repre-
sented at the tournament were as
follows: Panhandle. Conway, Mt.
Pleasant, Ashtola, and Lakevlew
COUNTY MEET AT GOODNIGHT
Plans are being made for the
County Meet which is to be held
at Goodnight the 30th and 31st
A number of schools are already
working on the league material.
• SCOC'T NEWS
The Boy Scouts from Goodnight
participated in the Boy Scout
Round-Up in Amarillo Friady and
The local troop was awarded
a banner by the President for
meeting the requirements of the
President's ten year progress.
An independent boys basketball
tournament will be held at Good
night Friday and Saturday night?
Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Claude,
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. P. demons
The Pastor of the Polk Street
Methodist church at Amarillo. used
as his text last Sunday morn-
ing: "I Am Not Ashamed of the
Gospel of Jesus Christ for it is
the Power of God Unto Salvation,
to Everyone that Believeth". The
pastor also quoted that part of the
Bible where it says. "You shall
NOTIONS MUCH CHEAPER
Before you go elsewhere for NOTIONS of any kind, let m
show yoa oar line. You may find Just what yoa are leak*
Ing for and we guarantee the price to be BIOHT. We still
have men and boys work clothing priced to selL And when
you need fresh groceries, here Is the place to buy them at
LOWER prices than ever before.
C. R. GUYN, Prop.
30 hour week restored and num- (being "thick" enough to try to
crous telegrams and letters have ■ beat a bunch of stock gamblers
been sent to Washington and Aus- j at their own game, is almost loo
tin requesting the return to 30 ' much. "It is," as the French would
hours. j say "ze insult terrible".
:0: | We have had a rather "checker-
Speaking in the interest favor-; ed career," financially speaking;
ing the Stock Market, in wheat,: in fact, we have contrived to stum-
HOUSTON, Texas, February 16
—Texas' NRA road-building pro-
gram is two-thirds under way. em-
ploying in all phases at least 40.-
000 men. and the fund will be
exhausted this fell, the Texas Good
Roads Association pointed out to-
day in urging motorists to de-
mand added federal emergency
Both Texas senators and 10
Texas congressmen have assured
Judge W. O. Huggins. Association
president, that they favor such an
appropriation, the statement said
More than 400 widely-scattered
highway projects, to cost nearly
$19,000,000 have been contracted
or advertised in Texas, the As-
sociation reported. About $3,000,000
of this is state money, supplement-
ing federal funds so that every
county in the state can receive
road work equal to at least $4 per
"Jobs for more than 17.000 Tex-
ans are involved directly on the
road work already sanctioned",
the statement said, "and Secretary
Ickes' estimates of indirect employ-
ment such as preparation of ma-
terials. transporation, etc. will
Bring the grand total of jobs to
between 40.000 and 50.000.
"National authorities advise us)
that the peak of highway employ-
ment under this program will come
in April and May, when some 50.-
000 will be at work in Texas and
about 1.000,000 nationally. They add
that the fund will be consumed by
"What will happen to this hoard
of workers if highway fimds are
heavily reduced? And why, if the
government continues to spend
more than $1,000,000 yearly for
public works, should not Congress
definitely set aside a substantia)
sum for road-building, the most
useful and profitable type of such
or small, chargcd is USURY. This
certainly condemns any man who
speculates in MONEY ONLY.
"By Partrica Dow"
Designed in 4
SUM: I. 10, 12
14 yean Sue II
require* 2 ysrdi ol
35 inck Material f«r
lower wafct pertiea
hud skirt, eod %
y*rd tor moItm!-
iai materiel. If
■tade wilketil can
traet ir reqoire*
cotton, corn, and other farm mar- ble around and lose money in HOUSTON FAT STOCK SHOW
BREAKS ALL SUCCESS-
ket quotations, of buying and sel-1 various and sundry ways, but we I
ling, one writer says: "SPECULA-1 have never "bucked the stock!
TION Is likened to a balance market," or the board of trade. We j
wheel, by which the whole ma- have never tried to get rich by j Livestock men of the Southwest
chlnery is regulated." Another buying oil stock, oil leases, or gold , are now looking toward Houston
writer in favor of the Gambling. bricks, and we might add in pas-, with a keener Interest than in
In farm products says: "Specula-1sing, that we haven't even "play-.any previous history of the live-
tlon's Service to Society is in a- ed golf".
voiding or mitigating Catastrophes, j So we feel we have a right to Entries in the Houston Fat Stock
equalizing prices, and providing, get "het up' when somebody puts Show for 1934 show that 100% of
for periods of want." These state- j us on an "Investment Company the former exhibitors are return-
ments are disproved by the fol-, SUCKER LIST". We have enough ing with a 20^ increase in num-
lowing facts: When Wheat pit to answer for without being ac- ber of livestock entries over for-
operatorn, cotton buying and sel- cused of that.—EL CAMPO NEWS mer Shows. Entries also show that
ling exchanges and others who j :0: there are more new exhibitors, or
gamble in farm products, during, I am asking all the ministers in at least representing more head
the war, closcd down most of their,the United States to read our book of livestock than there have been
offices In the United States, to entitled "The Book" that gives exhibitors In former Shows. These
help the war out. Cotton went to what the Bible. Christ and His | new exhibitions are about 501".' from
FORTY CENTS A POUND, wheat apostles said on usury; and of'Texas and the other 50'*? from
went to TWO DOLLARS AND the killing of St. Paul. St. Peter other states. The large new ex-
8EVENTY-FIVE CENTS A BUSH- and thousands of christians by the hibitors are coming from County
EL. You can readily see that Usurers, to suppress the free speech' Agents and special county activi-
when Market speculators of farm by them in denouncing the prac-, ties, which will more than double
products, got out of the way. tices of Usury. While we yet have the Hereford exhibit this year in
all farm products soared to the free speech, it becomes the sacred baby beef as well as In som"! cases
clouds In prlcc. If they were out duty of all the ministers to help finished beef animals weighing al-
of the way right now, we pre- save this civilization, and preserve most a ton.
diet that farm products would raise free speech. Another way In which Many large exhibits of very ex-
ill prlee to where the farmer would the evil of money comes by the cellent Shorthorn cattle, Jersey
make not only the cost of pro- (Usurers Is; Knowing that to over- cattle Holsteln cattle, and hogs
ductlon but a nice profit on the throw them we must get political are coming from quite distant
side, en all farm products. When'control of the government. They states.
two or three doaen men get several have been and will continue to Show February 24, to March
BtflJoo dollars, speculating on Cot- |Uss money to prevent the people 4th.
ton, end ether farm products, can't from uniting In one political party :0: r .......
you see the farmers itm these to disposess the Usurers from con- "ADVERTISING PAYS" CALL #7. DOES NOT HARM THE HEART
"The Great Choice"
Text:-"No man can serve two
Masters." Matt. 6:24.
Many years ago, the Master
Teacher said: "Ye cannot serve
God and Mammon." The wise man j not put your money out to US-
bullds upon the rock, the foolish (URY. nor take a reward from the
upon the sands.. They that be j innocent". According to the Holy
wise shall shine with the glory;Bible, any rate of interest, large
of God, brighter than the stars.
The foolish shine with the glory
of gold. The wise enter into the
narrow way of life, the foolish |
into the broad way of death. The!
wise take no anxious thought for I
the morrow, the foolish make every
provision for earthly things.
I. There can be no real com-
promise between good and evil,
no third or neutral position re- i
garding moral questions. He that,
is not for Christ is against Him.j
Everyone must choose as Moses
did, who chose rather to suffer
affliction with the people of God,
than to enjoy the pleasures of sin
for a season. Joshua cried out:
"Choose you this day whom ye
will serve," ai d Elijah exclaimed.
"How long halt ye between two
opinions?" We must decide which
road we will take up the rug-
ged Hill Difficulty or down the
gilded path to ruin and death
II. If you follow Him whose
footsteps were stained with blood,
up Calvary, we shall reach the
realm of light: while always down-
ward is the night that knows no
morning. "For what shall it pro-
fit a man if he gain the whole
world and lose his soul."
The Master Teacher. God's Son.
said: "That a house divided a-
gainst Itself could not stand."
We know from observation that
this is true. We are cither working
for Christ or against Him, we
cannot divide our time influence
and money and remain true to
Him who gave Himself for us. i
There is no neutral ground, we
must choose between Him and Sa
III. There is always the war
of right against wrong, going on.
We are called to stand by our
colors and fight for the right. De-
lay in making the proper choice
Is dangerous, so while you yet
have time, decide to serve God
and fight against sin. Decide to
live a righteous life and use your
influence to fight unrighteourness.
We cannot occupy a neutral po-
sition.—W. E. FERRELL. Minister,
First Christian Church, Clarendon.
And "Bargains" make strange com-
panions. Yet there is such a thing as
bargain glasses-low in price because
the lenses are not precisely made, there-
fore, not correct.
The public trusts us with the most price-
less of human faculties-Eyesight. We
live up to that trust by prescribing the
best for your eyes.
DR. T. M. MONTGOMERY,
626 Polk Street Amarillo, Texas
A FAMILY WASH TO
FIT YOUR PURSE
FAMILY FINISH, Wearing Clothes, 20c Per Pound
FLAT WORK, 7c per lb., bundle of IS I'ounds or Over.
Bundles under 15 Pounds, K< Per Pound
ItOUGllDRY, Tc Per Pound for all Bundles of 15 Pounds or
Over. All bundles under 15 Pounds 8c Per Pound
THRIF T, <ic Per pound for bundles of 11 Pounds and over.
All bundles under 17 Pounds 7c Per Pound.
WET WASH, 4c per pound for bundles of 25 pounds and over.
All bundles I'nder !0 pounds 5c per pound
CLAUDE CALLS MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY
ALSO EXPERT DRY CLEANING
Clarendon Steam Laundry
1 THE IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP
"The Shop That Appreciates Your Trade".
Visit Us Often
PiM«rn N*. 8122:
J.'eaigneti in V Sues
36. iH. 4t). 42. U lb.
♦8, jU mhJ 52. " i/e
41 requires l1', ) ji ,li
ul i'l i.tch
if liin-ir nili iliui
Wilh ! j ,
klcevct j tail Us Lias
tli. . /if i v|Uliri
— Demand and C«t —
8129—Simplicity and grace are
expressed In this unique design. It
will at once appeal to the girl who
.wants something different. The
'shaping of the yoke, the not too
puffed puff of the sleeve, the
slightly raised waistline, and the
slim line skirt, are all good, com
inendable features in the assembl-
ing of this clever mod< 1.
Plad taffeta was chosen for the
yoke, sleeves and sleevebands; the
skirt is of black velveteen. Wool
crepe In a soft shade of brown
will combine well with orange
suede cloth or silk crepe. Checked
gingham, with white batiste for the
contrast Is also suggested.
Choice of Sleeves
8122—This neat morning frock
is Ju.it right for the larger woman
The surplice line of the closing
BECAUSE of a unique process crosses n becoml"S V-neckline, and
in manufacture, Genuine Bayer £°(!S straight to a trimming tab
Aspirin Tublets arc made to (Jin-'that holds the plofit in the skirt
integrate—or dissolve -INSTANT- front.
J'Y you lake them. Thus they start I Th ls „ rhoice ln maklng lhp
to work inslantlu. Start taking . . ^ . 41 ... ...
hold" of even a severe headache. I?le,eve ' w,lst lon«lh wllh sult
neuralgia, neuritis or rheumatic pain :fulness above a band cuff, or com-
a few minutes after taking. jfortably short, and with an up-
And they provide SAFE relief—J turned shaped cuff. The fullness on
for Genuine BAYEH ASPIRIN does the waist front at crosswise slashes
not harm the heart. So if you want 'ls becoming
Shower and Tub Baths 85c
CARL W. APPLING
K. K. HI.ANTON
4 £ Per Cent Farm and Ranch Loanf
A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned—
$3000 00 at 7 per cent interest is $210.00
$3000 00 at 41 j per cent Interest ls 13&.00
Save the difference )75.00
It is a pleasure lu explain our plan
CLAUDE NATIONAL FARM LOAN
A. V. NELSON, Sec'y
QUICK and SAFE relief see that
you get the real Bayer article. Look
tor the Bayer cross on every tablet
as shown above and for the words
GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN on
every bottle or package you buy.
Member N. R. A.
GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN
The belt does not confine the
waistline, but is arranged to hold
the dress with ease. And there is
a pocket one did not expect.
"ADVERTISING PAYS" CALL 07.
WANT ADR. 2 CENTS A WORD.
Last Sunday the attendance In
Sunday School dropped to 40.
This was due to severe cases of
measles ln the community,
i Those who have the measles
[at the time of this writing are
| Mr. J. M. Brown and children,
Mrs. Leonard Ford and Jimtnle
I Joe. Bay Osborn has Just recover-
|el from the measles.
| Christian End' avor attendance
| was alio affected by the meuiiles,
| but we went a head and had a
complete program by substituting
jat the place where the speaker
I was absent.
j Frank. Lioyci, Floyd and Ro-
.berta Crownover spent Sunday
with Carroll, Wonda Marie, and
I Donald Schmidt.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill and son and
Estelle Fox spent the week-end
holidays in Canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson
were guests In the C. M. Bryant
Literary will meet Saturday
night. Each one who attends will
be expected to have a number for
the program. The lectures by Dr.
Cury and Mrs. Warner have been
postponed until the measles epl-
! demic is over. We wish to have a
lurge attendance when these guests
ot honor visit us.
, Several men are busy at work
building walks over the school
grounds to various points. We are
expecting" to have some rain ln
Mrs. Oscar L. Branson enter-
tained the Lakevlew Club with a
Valentine Party Tuesday. February
13th. We are indebted to Mrs.
! Frank Bagwell for a most ex-
cellent program of Contests Games
etc. We wish to express our ap-
preciation of the new Year Book,
made by Maxlne Weaver. In ma-
terial and construction they are
A-l. Several new members have
been enrolled and the out-look
for 1934 is very good.
| Refreshments were served to the
following members: Mesdames N
S. Bagwell, V. H. Harman, J, C.
Eubanks, Jennie 8anders, W. W.
Jones, H. B. Dye, A. C. Doyle.
J. P. Jasper, Charlie Dye, L. Scar-
ver, Emmett Jones, Roy Dye
Frank Bagwell and Miss Jasper*
Our guests were: Mesdames Carl
Wood, Jno. W. McClure, Buster
Dye A. Posey and Miss Merle
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