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tup. ixmhoc aVai Atoiir,, Friday, February y m mmfmmmm mmmmmmmmmm mm m mmmmmmmmmm m mmm m k mmm , 7.1 JAZZ, BOOTLEG, AUTOMOBILES AND CONFUSING STANDARDS ARE CAUSE OF INCREASE IN CRIME Chicago, ' n- 2H. Ja mimic in the greatest menace to child mor ality. Illegal liquor, automobilei and the ronf'ined atnndardn of morality taught the young, are contributing influences to the increase of juven- CITY II MUNI GUAMAN1 fcl U KIN tISKAS KKMkOII-1 ( Hunt's Balx and IH I" IhtlcMtintnl ol llch. Kcni. lltnisrm,Tnr o lhr llrh. ln Win dlwasss. Ttf UU iiMinunl t ui risk. DRL'O BTOKR. ile crime and Immorality. These conclusion were voiced to dny by Jane Adams, foiindi-r of the Chicago Hull House and. noted o riul worker. In an Interview with the Unitod I'reiot. The statements followed a derl ion by Judge, Arnold Heap In mor al rotirt. finding .Julia Itcctor, a cafe entertainer !'.!", and in which he declared jarr. music wa immoral "barbarism revived." "There in nothing to he alarmed about in the aituation resulting from the Increasing erime and immorality by youth," ald Mina Addamn. "However, it is a aerioua aituation." Minn Addama lUted the number of youtha falling from grace had Coughs and Colds Should be Stopped Immediately Lingering colds lead to other compli cations. Use a good remedy and come here to get it. Our Remedies are Known for Purity and Goodness Bring your prescription here to get it filled. Competent men, of course, do the compounding. Floyd Beall Druggist been mounting oer a period of yearn. "!t la not a nudden Jump, sa Mated. "We are living In an age which In mure free than previous periods. W are moving toward a new form of morality and until thin new iitandnrd Ik finally estab lished we will not he able to tell whether thl new type of lawless ness can he considered real evil." Immoral dancing It not n new menace, ahe mid, but has been grow i riff on the rountry for ynnrs. "The Increase has been gradual," ahe aaid, "until now young couples dancing are less retrained than ever before." lmroper munic wan blamed by Miss Addama an the cause of Im moral dinning. "Music tniiat be controlled," ahe nnld. Until It In a great many young hoys and girls will dance to tfielr moral doom." Say Judf. U "All Wrong" Dea Moinen, Jan. i. Mit7.i Un ion, the dancer and well known mus ical romedy, star doen not Agree with Judge Arnold Heap of the Chicago Morals Court that Jan munic la in itaelf "immoral." The famous little Hungarian dancer, when told of the Judge's opinion, flipped a few dropa of ashea from her cigarette, cronned her pretty legs and declared that Judire Heap wan "all wrong. " While 1 prefer the aeml-elaanlc munic myself," ahe aaid. "I believe there ia much of real merit in mod ern American dance munic. The at titude of the dancer and not the munic determine the no-called "im morality" of the performance, I believe there in a real grace and charm in the bent Ja.t munic and I can dance to it arcompanlmert without reverting to "barbarlnm." It would be a shame to do awny with the American inn. orchestra. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS FOR INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION "The niceat and plcasantent medi cine I have lined for indigestion and ronntipation la Chamberlain'! Tab lcta," writes Melard F. Craig, Mid dle Grove. N. V. They work like a charm and do not gripe or leave any unpleasant effect. 4fl-tf NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM POSY COMMUNITY It haa been aome time nince there haa been a write up from our com munity, but we are Mill all here, busy trying to put I'oney on the man. There han been fpiite a bit of changing from one place to another, arid new familien coming in Hi j very few moving out. W regretted to lone the family of J. T. I'mkston, who moved from here to their own home near Slaton, Mr. Mnterihoff had a nice new house and barn built, on some un improved land northeast of the school house, that ia now occupied by K. A. (Sentry and family. S. A. Johnson haa just completed a new house that in occupied by Mr A Strong Bank Thoughtfully Managed You will find the officials of this bank easy to talk with and anxious to help you with your financial problems. Operating under strict National Banking Rules this bank affords true National Bank safety. You can start a savings account here with one dollar and it will be safe and begin earning for you at once. A check ing account with this bank will be found convenient and satisfying. OFFICERS. W. O. S1F.PI IF.NS, President. SAM C. ARNF.TT. Vie-President FRANCE BAKER, Cashier C C. PEARSON n.l JAS. B. REED. Aa.'t. Caahier. Ihi Citizens National Bank "The Bank for You." CAPITAL 1100,000 00 SURPLUS 160,000 00 Member of the Federal Reserve System J WA . Fordson": There isn't a farm in Lubbock County too small for a FOKDSON to prove profitable. Wherever a farm justifies a span of mules or horses it SHOULD have a FOKDSON. It has always been the most economical power and now at $47 1 .60 A Necessity You can pay for it at only $29 per month. We believe that tlit FOKDSON will save more and do more toward making crops of all kinds pay than any investment a farmer can make. The installments of $29 a month will be saved in hired help and the work can be done quickly at the proper time. Fordson tractors never die of colic never has blind staggers or sore shoulders. It's owner is it's doctor. Come In and Talk it Over Let U Demonstrate Lubbock Auto Co. Sales Authorized Service , if tfttt ttf i f f i f at tf tl!illlit!IIMI'il!ll!MIIIIIIIl'imimi'lllttltlH!t'"" I ,,,Iilllill(lllliiltllll)llllilllltlllllllllllllllUllllllillH..M...l mm I iiviile and family from Tioiri. He i bartered a ear, tlint un utilomb d lit the I'oney nwili'h ln-t week, and as the SatiU. fe has failed to make any arrangements for loading or un loading stork at our pliire in attemp t ug to unload, one ear tnj'tri d We extend to these new people a hearty welcome. Mr, Pen Vetkamp has recently erei ted a nice large bain. .f. I.. Menton'a family are occupy iMC the "acramblctte," that later ill serve as nmoki-boue, etc, when Kiev get their modern new hoti biiilt. wbiih they expert to do a'ter the cold Weather is iner. Ile is also building a new tenant house that will lie orriipied by Mr Katliff's family. We have tn-eii irforined that the railroad officials have ordered shade trees to be art out on the site se lected for a seition house, so e hope sunn to see o:ir good neigh born, Mr. and Mr. I.egg living in a more eomfortal.le house than they now have. Mrs. Tomrnie Johnson who has bee real en k is about to recover. 'Mrs, ('. ',. Vine who was con fined in the l.uhlHiik Sanitarium for a while has returned home, and will mmii be able to resume her school work. Miss ( hauncey has been teaching while Mr. Fine wan ah aent. Our school is very erowdc- I and our crying need, like aome of our' neighbor, ia for more room. Sunday School 'ia progressing nice- ly. In the election of off'cers. tha first of the year the following in lectd. Sam Gentiy, Supt., Hom er Kelley, Aaaiatant flupt., C. Z. Fine, 8er Trean., Jark .lohnun, k ing leader, Mra. Annie (Jentry, organist. It waa derided to buy piano for the Hunday School and to aanint In making the firat payment. A hoi nipper will be given Friday night, February 3, Kveryone la cordially Invited to attend. Mr. Ki hurdaon of the New Hop. community wan visitor at I'osey Sunday afternoon. He reports that their Sunday School in divided In two tejitnn and eai h sidu working for tie unbuilding of the Sunday School it ikI the side who makes the highent acore m to be entertained by file losing teiiio. Jack Lokrv's family were ti-itonj ut John T. I.okey' Saturday iiigbl I and Sumlav and attended Sunday I School. Also Mr. I .(.key from Sla ton wan a vi-itor. Mr. and Mrs. Arrhie Conner .f Slaton, were visitors at the home of U. I-. Connvr Satuiday nfylit add Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. lut Johnson are proud parents or a tonti.e we daughter. Last Monday night Mr. Homer Kelley happened to a painful acci dent. He went out t iUh a tur key gobbler and climbed up on a box which (dipped and he fell strik ing bin knee in sm h a way a to hurt him ao budly that be wan com pelled to go on crutches for several days. W'e were glad to net bini able to attend Sunday School with out hm wooden legs. Grandma Wilhits, and old lady of 80 yearn, fell an ahe started to enter the house and hurt her hip no that ahe haa been unable to walk for several days. The young people enjoyed a party at the home of Mr. and Mr. Albert Johnson last Friday night. . .There waa aingirg at Sam Gen try 'a Sunday night. Ero. S. A. Ribble will preach at Foaey next Sunday mt i p. m. You afe Invited to come out. The farmcri In this part of tke rountry are very anxiout for anow or rain. We are continually striving to make Willard Kattery Service mean more than just ordinary interest and bat tery sales. Lubbock Battery & Electric Company Willard Battery Station TEXLINE BANK STENOGRAPHER ARRESTED) FORGERY CHARGE Italhart, Texaa, Jan. 81. Eliza beth M. Iiespain, former ntenogra pher and bookkeeper In the Firnt State Hunk of Teline, i be in held at Pal hurt on charge of forgery. Checka amounting to approximately 1 1, (100 are aaoi to have been forged while she waa in the bank's employ. liond in the amount of 12,000 waa net at the preliminary hearing Tuea day. Minn penpain ta aaid to have a mother and brother at Colorado Springs. UTMJ til Never say "Aspirin" without saving "nayer." WAWNtNG! Unless ymi see name "Uayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin pr.uribeJ ly physicians over 2lyears an J proveJ safe hy milions for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper direction ll.ntr I a box of II taJ.WU-BottUa of U ind K-All Jrugg al ,l u u ir.4, ..- 1 B, smbaM at li 0. i 0) itiiini iiiiiii