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M1CK1E, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL Amm fh kiiii IMS Te y To irro the "Buyers' Strike P ' " I ' 1 '' I .1 ! ( AUY ooue re , J NEAVA, Ntt' NOVSW6. tW ) -oWW 1UM V&MNlS VCl - r i r rAcnuevAtvrfknv. . TP " T AND KANKKNOU y amJ jS SEED MEN ENDORSE THE STERILI ZATION PLAN FOR DISINFECTING COTTON SEED OFFERED FOR SALE Austin, Texas, Nov. 22. At con ference here toduy of cotton-seed breeders and cotton eeed dealer cnll ed by the Commissioner ut Agricul ture, fleorjrn B. Terrell, to discus the pink bollworm situation with W. W. D. Hunter of the K-i rul Horti cultural Hoard and K. K. Mi Konnld, chief entomologist of the State De portment of Agriculture, the follow in If resolution were adopted: "Whereas, during the lart few years a larire amount of cotton seed hns been shipped from a district in New Mexico later found to be in fetd w.th the pink boll worm; "Whereas, this seed has he.-n wide ly distributed not only in Texas, but Cikliihoma and Arkansas as well; "Whereas, the pir.k bollworm is known to be distributed through the shipment of seed; "Whereas, the sterilization of Planting seed by means of hi at is nown to destroy the pink bollworm without injuring the germination of the seed. Sterilixatioa Indortad. "Therefore, he it resolved, That the fotton seed breeders and dealers represented at thia meetir.f wish to go on reeord as indorsing the plan of sterilization by heaf, outlined by Dr. W. D. Hunter of the Federal Horticultural Board and Mr. R. K. McDonald, chief entomologist of the State Department of April ulture and pledge their cn-operation. "He it further resolved. That we will henceforth sell only rich seed for planting purposes as has been sterilized and passed upon and cer tified by the proper authorities of the Federal and Stute fiovcrnmenN, "Ho it further resolved, That we nsk the co-operation of ih Federal H .r' ii uHural 1'tonrd, the ?tate De partment of Airricultiiri', The A. A M. ( ollejrc (.f Texas and all other suitable organisation to assist in such an educational campaign that will cause farmers to realize the importance of planting only steril ized cotton seed. "Re it further resolved, That we wish to impress upon the people of the State that as, yet the pink boll worm infestation of Texas is in its mi ipiency and the damage, to date is praitually nothing. Proper methods have been employed by those in au thority to safeguard the interests of the State, and this offer on the part of the retton seed breeder and deal ears to sterilize their planting seed stocks is an effort on their part to co-operate with the authorities to safeguard the cotton industry." During the discussion suggestion wan made that the Governor be What Kind of Lunches Do You Like? How about a Hot Chocolate made the Manhattan way? A nice big juicy steak, or for that matter anything you crave to eat candies, also cigars for the after dinner smoke. Always come to the Manhattan! The Manhattan Parlor & Cafe F. K. Mitchell and O. R. Phillips, Prop. asked to call a special session of the j Legislature to consider the enact ment of a law to compel cotton gin ! to install .seed sterilization plants, ! it being argued that s'n h a system : would prevent the spread of the pink bollworm by means of need, 'commissioner Terrell contended that such a law would lie constitutional, as it would, in his opinion, be clear ly within the police powers of the State. No definite action was taken on the subject. It was announced, however, that there would be fur iher discussion. SJtlffff fffflllllf IftllltMltlf llttlllllltttttflfllttlflttttltlttltttfllfltlllinilllllltltlltlf tlftttll t I Baskets Living Room Sets JUSTICE OF THE PFACF. MAKES STATEMENT On and after Dec. 1, 1921, the minimum fine plus no and cos's, will be imposed acainst those who are brought before the Justice Court for violating the State's gaining laws, and for each offense thereaf ter, of the same nature, the fine will be doubled. The third time one's name goes on the criminal docket, such a one will be fined for vaifancv and there will not be any extension of time. I would like to be a real benefit to society, and 1 feel like that one way I ran be, is to enforce th above laws more rgidty. j J. Wesley Smith, I Justice of Peace. HOME BREW Co It, Haynet! I K. j-j r s Americans to the last man have t KOOm PlS '"" delighted with the recent rf-j lUlig 1UUU1 UIO fe,-tive operations of Prohibition Z i Commissioner Haynes. 5 1 Mr. Haynes is showing what the! S federal trovernment can do to en-i 5 I fore the prohibition law. S He should have, and we trust is : having and will continue to receive, I 5 the whole-hearted and unqualified 3 , support of the Treasury Department' 2 and Administration as a whole. 1 Axminster Rugs Linoleum Cedar Chests Most anything you want in Furniture At Si 3 I The State Journal of Lincoln, Ne ! braska, reports that that city has had a slump of 12 per cent in the number of arrests during the last fiscal year, there beinif only 2207 as compared with 2 SO 2 the preceding fiscal year. While there was a slight increase in drunkenness cases yet compared with pre-prohibition days it waa negliifible. For instance, in l'.M5 there were 14 47 arrests for this offense while in the last fiscal year there were only 317. immoes f And remember the HAYNES, the ori- I ginal Sealy Mattress. - 1 Simmons Furniture and ( Undertaking Co. Picture Framing S. Side Square BiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiMiuiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiin The situation of the beer bill in the Senate i simply this: Ita enact ment ha been prevented by fill buster conducted by about a half dor.cn Senators. The majority in the Senate haa always been ready to pass it. Enforcement of the law is after S I all, not bard. 1'se those sections of E!thc law permitting confiscation of H ; automobiles, enjoining property, abating of nuisances, etc. Every violator against the state or local prohibition law should be re ported to the federal prohibition di rector of that atate, so that the fed eral tax assessment can be collected. Why these McClarenTires are the pick of careful motorists Autocrat Cord THE McClaren Autocrat Cord is extra oversize. It is built big and burly, to give greater mileage. Experts de signed it, with the materials properly distributed to give uniform wear greater mile age. Notice the Double Grip Groove Tread a positive non skid feature. AAlroad Fabric FOR those motorists who desire fabric tires, the McClaren All road will give the utmost in service. It, too, is backed by twnty years of tire experience. It has been given every known test the hardest pounding over roughest roads. Its tough tread wears slowly over long miles of hard road travel. Whether your need it cord or fabric tires, you will find McClaren Tire$ a real, economical buy m Sold by C. C. Homsby Machinery & Supply Co., Distributors DEALERS Homsby Filling Station Stuart Bros. Red & Posey Lubbock Iron Works Is not in sympathy with American law he has no ritrht to want to help administer that law. Th men who occunv the benches ii niiinn.il i itiiii. .m, mm m .. high-minded, ronaeientioua men, but a few Jmlirei in the country make ua sympathize with tha man, who, when he waa fined for contempt of court, offered double the amount of money exacted and aid ha wanted to pav for some mora contempt. Tha United State ia "stuck" with some ludtfea. but after thia no man should be apiM'inted or elected to the bench who it not a prohibitionist. If he It should be noted that the anti prohibition movement is largely an anti-American movement. It is al most entirely supported by men of fun-iirn birth or nf filiations. who i . i . v i . . i : .. -,f " 1 nun rriusrii iu uw nnnuuiiiiti .-n. They have a hatred of everything that American history and traditions tand for, and are traitors to Am erican hospitality. A memorial signed by 115,000 school teacher urgri that no alco- Here's Real Convenisnce Phono your grocery order to Miller and at the samo time order your fresh or cured meats. Wo will guarantee the order to be filled correctly and to give you the very highest quality of cats at u minimum price. The R E. mse Grcscry holic liquor should be sold for con sumption on the premisea to chil dren under 18 yenn of aire. Not until 18H8 waa it airainst the law in Kn pland to sell beer to children tinder 13 yean of are. In spite of the fact that it wai as serted that prohibition would ruin the California jrrP industry, 1, 86T,0.S2 pound of raisina were ship ped from the port of New York alone during the one month of September. LOCAL DAIRYMAN BUYS MOTOR DRIVF.N C LARIMER Kd. Vaughn, local dairyman, ha recently purchased a larire motor driven De I aval ( lanfier of the K Furniture Company, and hi custo mer will be given the benefit if it use, a It we inalaiied ImmedlaUly after beinf delivered to him. Mr. VaiiHhn i al all timet looklnr after the Interest! of hi customers, and thi apaialu will keep hi prod, ml atiBoliilrly free of all ferni and .lirt. INDIANA LAND OWNERS HFRE LOOKING AFTER PROPERTY ird Heroin wa here ll U from AU-rnatky, T. R I ' here Krld) from lonf mil etiui) kf wa Wilbur O. Stockton, of Prookston, Indiana, wa here Wednesday from l.iltlcfield, where he is spending sev eral week lookinir after land inter, est. Mr. Stoikton haa kept an ryt on the plain country for the pat few years, and i makinir eteniiva investment in Iamb county. II conlemplate making that hi home in the near future, and we are (lad that he H filing to live close to Lubbock. A a matter of keeping up with the time on the plain ha ha subscribed for the Avalanche, and i-aul he wat o wed leased w ith our hit be Jio-t vanl t know what it I. doing. Mr. Ktockun i u lve wire ' nd hi kind are alway welcome t he plain. He wa aeeompanted by Tom llallliran and Neal lfciuglas, .Sr. of liultiduld. K. T. I'arnelte wa here Friday from ,i farm ra4 if lew, lie made a little hur than one-third 1 ale of cotloa) t. the re thia yr. nd 1.1 other crup were J iot a yHi4 a k wanted, he said. K. 0. R-iM d f. N. lUrria kre rriUy frt) tkir lm aca vf tea,.