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nir. Lunnooc avalanche, f riday. January 20. m
Texas Game laws are Flouted But Enforcement Is Planned; Cold Storage to be Probed Austin, Texa, Jan. 14. Tht an aggressive rampnltrn on game con servation if needed to stimulate pub- lic conscience and Unix lirlnir about greater cooperation, in th enforce ment of the gam lawn, ii the opin ion of W. W. Boyd, lUU gam, fish and oyiiter commissioner. "A great majority of hunters wink at the law the year round, and many of tbrm, besides keeping thrir tablet supplied with gams during the open season, expert to put enough in cold storage to cover the cloned season," aid rommlMloner Boyd. "The law permit cold along of game for 10 days after the end of the season and tbe time limit on vtnison and certain other game U now up. Information cornea to the department that thia storage law la not being ob served. "It ahould be made clear to all, that thla law la going to be enforced, and the storage riant will share equal ly In the guilt of any person violating the law." "1 ask the support of all sports men," added commissioner Poyd, "not only In the conservation of the game we have but by every constructive measure to Im-icar. the game supply If possible. The value of this ib urt-nu-iit to the state will bo understood only to the degree that It in bn Ki-rt up by hunters. It is not only paying Its way and turning in large s'im to other purpoM-n, but its baltince for hunting licenses and fines Is now over $81,000, as compared with $197 !n 1015. "Viewed from a purely monetary standpoint It would be good business to perpetuate Texas game for the revenue It brings into the atate. But that la not the purpose of this depart ment, notwithstanding the apparent attitude of the legislature. The reve nue from fish, oysters and shell Is sufficient to operate the department and It would seem to ire that the tame fund should be devoted t more extended protection of game by IhW enforcement, the erection of game parks and the introduction of n.eclcs that are u sapoearlnz. Commissioner Boyd has receUed a ift.tr from T. Cilbirt Pearson, pres ident of the National Association of Audubon societies In which he de clares that the force of came war dens in Texas should be Increased from six to 100. Mr. l'enri..n added that he had Just made a trip to southwest Texas and wiu Inipreist ii v in the necen t' r the prote i.i ' wild game. ji UumftM That Poet Hot Affect Vm Peat "ti ol Its limk sml loitlv Heet LAX A Tl V K HKoMOUl ININKu bruit tli.B ofiliaarn V-t .title Ittl tlin ItM cuts. urrvni.lii. lt'l .-iilfiiiir Ii tirl. Kmrmt.rr til lull flame mm '. Iwr tlx .vuluiif l I'.. W, OHUVK. How Much Money Have You? None of our business, you say! Maybe so, but we'll see that you have more in the fu ture if you will buy your GROCERIES from That's fair. U3. Yes, We are Still Buying Furniture! L A. TERRELL GROCERY Still by the Avalanche MOTHER IS ANXIOUS TO MNU HER S3 YEAR OLD SON j The Avalanche Is In receipt of a circular letter from a mother In f'ump I'ulrit, Illinois, soliciting our; assistance In locating her son, v. ho has been ss from home since April, ll 1 9. .She describes the lost son as follows: ' rinicrtMin (Srlswuld: Me will he 23 years old January 10, 1922. He1 Is about Tt feet, nine inches In height and weight about 160 pounds, lie has brown eyes, dark auburn hair' Inclined to be curly, an J lair com plexion, lie is of a sunny disposi tion, makes friends readily, but is rather reserved and spends much of his sre time reading. He has a high school education and college training. Kcmerson Grlswold la the youngest of three sons of Mrs. Sam (irls wold of Camp Point, Illinois. The young men were all In the service during the W'rold War. Emerson after his discharge, came home; then In April, 191V he left to sea the Gulden West He went to the state of Washington, then to Oregon. The Inst worda hia mother heard from him was from I'ortland, Ore., lie and two companions left I'ort land for ivan Francisco. This was tho latter part of June, 1920. Ilia mother has made repeated efforts since that time to locate her son without results. She is now appealing to the news papers of the country to help locate him. She has great faith that with their good help he will be found. She will pay a reward of l.'iO to the first person who gives Informa tion that will put her In communi cation with him. MEXIA REAL ESTATE MAN MAY LOCATE IN LUBBOCK W. It. Hooper, a real eslute man of Mexin, was here the first of the week lookirg our tnwn over with the view of lornting here. Mr. Hooper was in tho army with several substantial business men ex-soldiers (f this place, and Is popular with them, and they are eager to have him locato hero. lie rames well recommended as a live wire realtor and will no doubt prove a great asset to Lubbock and the surrounding country. LOCAL BOY IN MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT WEDNESDAY What Is There to Extravagant Promises? The average man of today knows that a bank is regulated by law to an extent that it dare not let out funds promiscuously. A bank can loan only a certain amount of its funds regardless of the collateral offered in etrurity. I It ia our policy to get new business by deserving it by being able to give something in return, yet we don't want to lead our customer to be lieve that we will violate the fundamentals of good, aound buainras and bank ing, in order to temporarily relieve our conscience of extravagant promisee made in the past. We believe you will aee the fairneaa of thia policy and in the long run be benefitted by our strict adherence to proven principle.. OFFICERS. W. O. SlT.f'lir.NS. President. SAM C ARNF.TT. Va-e President FRANCE BAKF.R. Cashier C. C. I'RARSON nd J AS. fl. RF.F.O. Asst. Chirr. Ih Citizens National Bank HI III I 4 The Bank for You.' CAPITAL 1 100,000 00 SURPLUS IftO.OOOOO Member of the Federal Reserve System A IIaiTey-I)avldson motorcycle ridden by Sid Parkerson, with Au- cutt drnv line, turned over on one side, brcnkln the handlebar through which the eas control Is run, and do- ne other damnire to the machine, t Wednesday evening, near the Sham- j WITH burger Lumber yard. The rider was not hurt at the machine was not running fast enough to keep him from getting out of the way. J These men who always want to start something are never around when you want something started. A good narriE LUBBOCK BUSINESS MEN "Another Feather for Lubbock's Cap." Lubbock boasts of being headquar ters for wholesalers and distributors for the whole 8oiith Plains. The other day the writer wis allowed the privl lege of seeing a local pharma' 1st compounding and filling pres-rln-tlons for people who lived at Port City, I'rosbyton, Llttlefield and Sis ton. The gegtleman informed us that this wis an everyday event, that every town on the Smith Plains had occasion to ue the fa i'llles i.f Lubbock's Well stocked Drrir Stores almos' rlsily. Donee Broth ens rrnv- a mm 1 m'rM im , . .1,4 . i: I ity 'WOT ! j f-xj: Mir i r r i Crest Pirlur Cnmin Hare We are informed by the ifsnsge ment rf the R. A K. Theatres of this pla e that on M-nday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the coming week one of the greatest pu t ores ever shown In our city will lie screened st the Lindsey. Resides being a greet pic ture It is the costliest ever shown in this action of the Plains, "Way Down East" is the title of tbe pic. tore and if Lnobock peooW like the boat, the management of our play houses inform us that her I the op portunity to express themselves em phatically by a full house each performance Royalty Motor Co., Lubbock, Texas toe '4 Be Sarpritt Just what advertising will do for you depends upon several things, the first of which being what you put, into advertising. Avalanche adver tisers get results. Kiample: read er of this medium casually walked Into the Panhandle Cigar Company, the said company having recently started a campaign of advertising for the purpone of selling stork in Its organization, and asked for 1 1,000 worth. Yes, just the other dsy. No not really a capitalist, just one of Lnbhnek county' rronerous farm ers. No, the only informstion he had about the company tame direct ly through the columns of the Ava lanche. Yes, you can get results if you try hard enoueh. Remember, nothing sui'i ecils like suc-cm ami success is nev, r IhruKt upon you. About three per cent a correct adverilsing appropriation. When re you going to ri t out of the rut? Of InUreat to Womsa The Mallard Sisters Press Shop has announred a very Interesting vrnt for the women of this section t0' begin Saturday. Having rerenfc. y purchased the business and stock of the O'Neal Shop, they hav de. termined to move the winter stock nd make resdy fur new spring goods, and are making some inter esting price concession on all article-!. Shoe Repairing AUTO TOP REPAIRING Expertly Done Equipped to give Quick Service. Desirous of making you a friend and customer. BRING US YOUR SHOES! W. B. THORP 'Round near Lindsey Theatre Cont.f SU Catiaut The annual clearsnc s-ile of the store of A. I!. Conley will be con tinued until February the 18th, as er announcement in this issue. Mr. Conley is lao announcing further reductions evident in msny lines which should appeal instantly to the thrifty. Mr'. P''- Ts' e. Chirji nl Mi'lin T Mrs. Msry K. Psrke. very re entiy a 1 .1 j' the Miilinery department of l'.arrier Brothers Denartrient Stor and is n- in charge of same. Mrs Psrke tels us that she rsme to I.ubHock to mal her permanent home. Eh has KsH ten vers of eioerienc In the j Vil'.mery business, to of which she spent with on of the largest stores in California. Mrs. Parke will handle the well known lines. Klr.ee, Gsge, Mirror and. risk and win ao trimmings snu mak ing. School Building PUnnatl Walter K. Taylor, local architect has been notified to ak for bids on 1 the 140,000 proposed bri' k s hool' building for Wilson February 3. He! also has teen asked to get hiils reO ruary 0th, for the proponed f lu. 000 brick building for Lorenzo. Mr. Tsy- lar says that bonds were voted several , months ago lor the (wo sl.ove men tioned projects but on account of the dullness of the demand for Texas' 5 percent, forty year school bonds, due to better interest bearing bonds elsewhere. 'They wer not offer ed for sale. Conditions are getting better In thn bond market, now, how ever, says Mr. Taylor and a reason able price nn probably be secured. Mr. Frl-nsl "bs klafl" Mr. K. It. Friend left last Thurs dav morning for Corsii ana, vhers sne will wi-it with her mother for sev eral weeks. A TONIC Orov' Taststess .hlll Tonic iswn Enery and Viulliy by PurifylnJ ana) Lunching tbe Mood. Wtien yo fml lu s(reii(llieiiint lfivlistiiig effect as bn It Ifinils cok to the ctMwk and bus It Improve th apprtlla, yss will Ihau spe laie lis true toiiii: value, drove's Tnstitess chill Titiic is simiily bon nial Q'llnlna suhendd In svrup. Si ptea.aiit even t hiklren hk IL The bloml neects (jlllMNK to Pui.ly it and IKON la fork hit. Destroys M.ilniUl gwmt ani fjrlp lirrms by Its Sirengthviitn(. Invbjur alin Lffect 0c LOCAL MAN SAYS PROSPFCTS IN LUBBOCK ENCOURAGING Dr. C. J. Waener. Surgeon and Preyident of th Weal lesss H soi tul and E. . Simmons if the Sim-I mons Furniture ind I'lidertakihg Company, are in Kansas City this week, pur-basing equipment and fur-' nihhiogi for the iiew West Teast Hospital building, we are informed. Ted Barnett ia etr.ployed at th Simmon Fu-tiitur Store during tbe absence of Mr. Simmons. II was in th hie-h school her list yar and is vteii and fsvrrsbly known la I.ubboik. W. II. II. Hon returned last wsek from Fort Worth wher h attended! a convention of variety dealer fron over Tt-sae and Oklahoma. II Mid that from th accounts of th meat with whom h talked from Cast Tea as and Oklahoma, conditions ar mighty bad ther for all tor own ers, and he cam back to Lubbock better pleased with prospects her than before he went on that trip. If sum of tbe M-iss-"r( in Iib bock could hear Mr. Hilton discus th possibilities of h'i-p-s In Lub bock as compared with that of other sections with whi h he u made ac quainted on that trip, they would b immediately taken ilh a reversal of opinions. It's just as easy to boost I.ubboi k as it is to knock on its f-j-tur prospects, and is liabl to pruv a grat deal truer. J. G. Holcomb, of Abil'ne, her th firt of th week trail u ,f buaine.