The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 99, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1937 Page: 6 of 8
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
Thursday, September 2, 1931
OUT OUR WAY
ONLY T DON'T
FEEL SO HUNGRY
/ WHY , YOU CAN'T GO
TO SCHOOL ON AN
YOU ONLY ATE SIX'
SIT RACK. POWN
Dove Hunting Season Opens
With Birds Plentiful, Hunters
Unhappy Over Regulations
AUSTIN. — (UP). — The hunting
season for doves will open In Texas
Sept. 1, with game plentiful but
Jnmters unhappy. Failure of the
legislature to harmonize state and
federal seasons has left a compli-
The first period of the state’s
four-section open season will give
Panhandle sportsmen a full-two-
imonth shooting season, beginning
Shooting in the remainder of the
state will not begin legally until
Sept. 15 and then special regulations
will be in effect in three large areas
while in a fourth no shooting will
Executive Secretary Will J. Tucker
of the state game, fish and oyster
commission has a plan to relieve the
situation. The commission however
cannot put it into effect. It must
be submitted to the legislature
which is not expected to meet un-
til Sept. 20. The bill to be proposed
then will fix two definite open sea-
sons—September and October in the! ^rS- Bullard and Mrs. Jeanette
By Mrs. J. C. Nix
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bumpers, and
Miss Zenith Bumpers, visited friends
and relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Bullard and
children are visiting his father at
Floydada, a few days.
J. D. Seago returned to his home
at Dalhart after visiting here sev-
Mr. and Mrs. Attaway and Mary
G., motored to Childress Saturday
to meet their grandson, Jack Atta-
way of Vernon, who came that far
by train. Jack will spend the winter
and attend school here.
Mrs. Anna Lee Crocker motored
to Clarendon Saturday with friends.
Mrs. T. A. Brown is suffering
from an ulcer on the eyelid.
This community extends deepest
sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Phillips in the loss of their entire
household goods in a fire last Fri-
day night. A. cash offering was ta-
ken for them Sunday morning. Cars
went through the community to col-
lect any usable thing persons gave
them. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are in
the home of his parents. They were
in Hackberry at the time of the
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lamb are
in Kings-mill. Claude is employed
Miss Marue Trostle will leave this
week-end for Chillicothe, to assume
her teaching position for this win-
Fair crowds and good preaching
have been the results of the revival.
Some interest is being shown, but
not what it should be. If you are
not attending, do so the remaining
School will begin here Monday,
September 6, with A. H. Kavanaugh,
Panhandle and Sept. 15 to Nov. 15
for the rest of the state.
The Panhandle area in which the
two-month season will be in effect
includes Yoakum, Terry, Lynn, Gar-
za, Kent, Stonewall, King, Cottle
and Childress counties, and all oth-
er counties to the north and west.
In the area south of the Pan-
handle and extending to the boun-
dary dividing the north and south
zones, the season on both mourn-
ing and white wing doves will be
open Sept. 15 and close Oct. 31.
The boundary line is the Southern
We’re Giving Away
THOUSANDS OF EXTRA
—every time we Sell a Kelly
with that Armorubber Tread
\TOV OUGHT TO HEAR about
X this wonderful, new Kelly
tire with the Armorubber
tread. It means real money to
you... savings you can count!
Kelly chemists have learned
how to toughen rubber—to
make it wear like iron! Kelly
puts this new Armorubber
where the tire wears out first-
in the tread!
We’ve been in business a
long, long time and this is the
toughest, huskiest, longest-
wearingtire we ever sold.That
means it’s a safer tire, too.
Look at our prices! Com-
pare the cost of these Kellys
with ordinary tires. Don’t de-
lay-take advantage of this
money-saving opportunity to
i get all the tires you need now!
DRIVE DOWN AND SEE US
Don’t take chances on worn-out, slippery tires.
We’re doing our best to make it easy for ev-
erybody to have new tires. Get our prices and
terms on Kellys—then ask yourself, is it worth
while putting off buying tires you need? Come
in and see us ... we believe you’ll find our
merchandise and service the best in town.
GET OUR PRICES on
We have installed modem vulcanizing
equipment and have as complete tire re-
pair shop as you can find. This shop is
in charge of 0. C. Hager, an experienced
man, and we ran give you as good serv-
ice as Amarillo or Oklahoma City, at
prices that will save you money. Come
In for an estimate on your tires.
Our Store Is Home-Owned
We Offer Convenient Time Payment Plan
Gerald Mayfield Tire Co.
Kelly Tires May Be Bought At The Following Stations:
MACK’S SERVICE STATION
E. R. SMITH, Shamrock
M. A. TRIMBLE, Shamrock
L. E. CLAY, Shamrock
CAMP VICTORIA, Shamrock SAM PAKAN, Paban Community
BRAXTON ft CO., Twiity PAUL MERTEL, McLean, Tex.
MAGIC CITY SERVICE STA. JOE C. HUTCHINS, Texoia
Magic City BILL STRICKLAND, Erick
Pauline Cain, of south of Sham-
rock, spent Saturday night and Sun-
day with Vera Gean Bumpers.
Mrs. Ren Bumpers’ brother, whom
she has not seen for 15 years, visit-
ed here Sunday. He has just re-
cently been transferred from Okla-
homa to Pampa by the oil com-
pany for which he works.
Pacific railroad in Val Verde and
Kinney counties, the north boun-
dary of Uvalde and Medina coun-
ties, the Southern Pacific and Miss-
ouri Pacific lines in Bexar county
and to Austin in Travis county, the
H, and T. C. Railroad from Austin
to the Brazos river, up the Brazos
to the Beaumont branch of the
Santa Fe, along that road to its
juncture with the H. E. and W. T
railway and following that line to
the Louisiana border.
Immediately below this boundary
there is a tier of 18 counties and
portions of 16 others in which no
shooting will be allowed. This area
includes Waverick, Karnes, Wilson,
Guadalupe, Caldwell, Gonzales, La-
vaca, Fayette , Colorado, Austin,
Waller, Liberty, Hardin, Tyler, Jas-
per, Newton, Sabine and San Augus-
tine counties and the southern por-
tions of Val Verde, Kinney, Bexar,
Comal, Hays, Travis, Bastrop, Lee,
Washington, Grimes, Montgomery,
San Jacinto, Polk, Angelina, Nacog-
doches and Shelby counties.
Shooting will not be allowed in
this section because the old law,
calling an open season of Dec. 1
to Jan. 16 was allowed to remain in
effect. It conflicts with the new
South of the closed zone the re-
mainder of the state Is divided into
two sections by the Texas-Mexlcan
railway. Each section has distinct
In that area north of the railroad,
white wings may he shot from Sept.
15 to Oct. 31, and mourning doves
from Oct. 1 to Nov. 15. This area
Includes Uvalde, Zavala, Dlmmitt,
Medina, Frio, LaSalle, Atascosa, Mc-
Mullen, Live Oak, Bee, San Pa-
tricio, Aransas, Refugio, Goliad,
Dewitt, Victoria, Jackson, Calhoun,
Wharton, Matagorda, Fort Bend,
Brazoria, Harris, Galveston, Cham-
bers, Jefferson and Orange coun-
ties, and the northern portion of
Webb, Duval, Jim Wells and Nueces
South of the Texas-Mexloan rail-
way both mourning doves and white
wings may be shot from Sept. 15
to Oct. 31, but only on Saturdays,
Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
The area south of the railroad In-
cludes the southern portion of
Webb, Duval, Jim Wells and Nueces
counties, and all of Kleberg, Ken-
nedy, Willacy, Cameron, Hidalgo,
Jim Hogg, Starr and Zapata coun-
The bag limit for both mourning
doves and white wings Is 15 a day,
with a possession limit of one day’s
A standard for eathquake-proof
buildings Is used In the United
States, Mexico, Italy, Japan, and
Greece, but even buildings that
comply with the standard are des-
troyed occasionally, since earth-
quakes frequently deliver shocks far
greater than the average.
Broccoli was brought to England
from Italy In the 10th century.
Our Terms Are Cash
Our Prices Are Right
We Buy, Sell and Trade
, C. A. MEANS
Second Hand Store
Complete Your Wardrobe Now-
While You Can Save
B. and L. Has the Season’s
A roll call of clothes that will rate 100
per cent with the young school miss—
washable dresses, jackets, sweaters,
skirts, and blouses ... all to get her
off to a fresh start. Well bred simple
styles and excellent quality that holds
its own from beginning to end.
$1.00 to $39.75
For ladies and young misses, for all oc-
casions—sport, school, dress. By buy-
ing now you can save greatly on winter
and fall coats. They are priced within
your reach, to give you greater value.
Up to the minute, individualistic cre-
ations that you will like.
$10.75 to $69.75
Complete showing in all the new Fall styles, colors and
leathers . . . suedes and combinations, fine smooth calf-
skins, hand boarded elks. The B. and L. has been noted for
its especially good line of shoes, and this year it is better
$2.45 to $6.50
B. and L. DEPT. STORE
“ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW”
Have You Eaten at
the Clydoc Lately?
EXCLUSIVE WITH US
Come to the Clydoc and taste a Royal Pig Sandwich. You
will be wild about them. Made by special patented process
to which the Clydoc alone is entitled in Shamrock.
We Can Feed You Better
Than They Do at Home!
Well, since we are Honest Cafe people, maybe we better
modify that a little. But, we can feed you AS GOOD as
they do at home—breakfasts, lunches and dinners, or
short orders if you prefer. We specialize in fine steaks.
Eat in cleanliness at the Clydoc.
BRING YOUR OUT-OF-TOWN FRIENDS
TO THE CLYDOC IN SHAMROCK!
“Entirely Different From What It Was!”
, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mitchell, Owners
1-2 Block West Highway 66 Intersection
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 99, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 2, 1937, newspaper, September 2, 1937; Shamrock, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526434/m1/6/: accessed September 20, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.