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—THE .MORNING AVALANCHE' Tcxos, Wednesday, February 25, 1942 Dial 4343 For The Avclanche-Journo! Office* 4343 "THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sel, Trade Or Rent An . Rulo and Bequtrcmruu W Clisiifird Aiterti-inr 01 The Rt.Ui. Rule* and RequliemeDU •( C!»ssi!ied Advertising " Of The Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday Avalanche-Journal AU 'cla-sUitd aav.rtuing Kill *ppt»r in ' both t!ie Murnins tnd Alternoon p»pen. Doth papers counting one irtertlon. All •ciiEsttied idvertisins it print-d In rhe Lubbock Morning AT_!»nche first z.nd the Dally Journal or tb« same dit*. no classified orlcinatlnr in th» afternoon paper. O»«Ui«l lor bunaij » issue *U1 »w>f«- la the Araiancbe-Journal counties one insertion »s the paptr Is Kit to all nib- 'criben of both the niternoon aBa •norclng paper'. CFTEcrrre JANUART is. u« ATALA5CBE-JOCRNAL Combined R»t«t 10 Word vrjnmmm 1 <tay, per wtrd _______ _— _«- -c 2 dtyc, per word ___________ *e J dars, per -word , — «c I days, per _ord 12c These rates lor consecutive ScserZlea enly. KM out-of-town -ds rec-ired by mail mutt be cash irlth order. No exception. "NO REFUND" on ;id -ton.ed alter H has appeared to paper. DIAL «2U Oar expe-leuccd ad ttier -wlU r*»«lTt 7001 a< and help you t* wor* It then «m collector will call the Jollo_-ing day. PHESE ACCODKTS ARE "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" FOR OTJB PATRONS AND FOR ONE DAT ONLY. \'» advertisements accepted on an "until forbid" order. A specified number of in- Krtioni must be giv-n. .v» reserve the right to place an. advertisement under the proper cl&sslllca- :ion and reject ooelean or objectionable copy. Obituaries ana cards ol thanra at classified advertising rates. rh« publishers are noc responsible lor cop? omissions, typographical errors or any unintentional error that may occur fcr- :her than to correct it nest inue alter :« Is brought to their attention. All ad vertising order* ar0 accepted OB thi basis only. . rhe Avalanche-Journal can not t. respon Eibla lor more thtn ocs incorrect insertion of a classified ad. Advertisers thould check their ads on liist day of publication and iaunediateiy noti-y the Claist- fted Department tf aay mistakes occur. Classified Advertising accepted until _:00 p. nt. on "reek day, and Saturdays. For classified display ttc'vertLstcj iafor- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS TO DISCONTIStJE AN AD Notice to Discontinue an Ad must be sivea alter I a. m. &cd before 6 p. m. to some member o£ the Classified Advertist- faent Department. We cannot b* responsible tor notice ijlves before or after these noun. and to members of some other department. Notice To The Public Th« Avalanche- Journal la a member *r th« Aisoclitlon of Newspap«T Classified Adrertislng Mansgeri, irhich inoludei leid- InK Ne^fpapeis throughout th« conntry atU has as 1U Him thi dhalnatlos el fr.ndnlent uk« BtMcKdlsc Classified Ad- Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies Tellowhouse Lodge No. S41 P. and A- communications Friday night ei U. Stated tho Firit cb month. JOHN R. PORTWOOD. W. H, . HTJDH J. iicCLELLAN Secretary. 2—Floral and ttursery The Avalanche-Journal Publishing Company has been authorized to present ths names _ of the following citizens as Candidate 1 ; for office subpect to the action ot the Democratic Voters at their Primary Election on Saturday, July 25, 1942 FOE STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, Court of Civil Appeals (7th DLst Amarillo) E. C Neison of Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 72nd Judicial District. Burton S Burks. Re-Election) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CLERK Royal Furgeson, (Re-Election) FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, CRe-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR H. B. Bryan, CRe-Election) FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Ralph Brock Cre-election 2nd term) FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT Roy Boyd Claude L. Hale, IRe-Election 2nd Term) FOR COUNTY CLERK Ed D Allen, (Re-Election) R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G V Pardue, (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts Coleman (Reelection, 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G K Horton, CRe-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, (Re-Election) C Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E Gray, (Re-Election 2nd Term) T. L Holt Ottis Isom PRECINCT 4 Newton Stokes, (He-Election, 2nd Term) V. J Farris. FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE PRECINCT 1, PLACE 1 Walter Davies PRECINCT 1, PLACE 2 D. W Robertson J T, Inmon, (re-election) FOR CONSTABLE PRECINCT NO. 1 T. E. (Chief) May OFF THE RECORD Financial 13-A—Help Wan'ied, Female WANTED SECRETARY: One wllth dicta- phone experience. Apply 310-11 Lubbock National Baa. Building. WANTED: Woman Jor housekeeping. Write Box 27 Avalanche-Journal. "LADIES l»):e order; for cotlon, cJlk anrt nylon hosiery, ilack suits, lingerie and men's apparel. Sensational new spring line styles Just out. Samples furnished tnd bonus. Openings In Lubbock and nearby counties. Write Realsllis Hosiery Mlllj, Wilson Bl'.'g., Mallas." 13-C—Salesmen Wanted £D 'Better enjoy the gravy \vhile you can, Dear—Your next suit may not have a vest." Business Service 4-B!—Building Supplies and Contractor* Arizona Cypress Evergreens Co'mticr ijuiTcci aud uuriappeu. Xieci zze two feet In height. Priced low at each . Lloyd Nelson 3 miles .west of College Are on 34th St. Tyler Roses Completa line of nursery stock. Prices you can afford to par. Come by ind'makc TOUT oelcctlona., Hub Nursery 2215-18tb St. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS BOWMAN LUHDCK COMPANY Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliveries 19 131h DIAL 5718 S.P.A. GRADE MARKED CK1LN DELED LUMBER) Larjest stock. We can IU1 your material bill completB In most cases. Call ui lor competent carpenters and palnten. 8x10— 3 lijht Plain Rail Windo*'. sa'h, !0rl2— 8 light Plate Hall Windows, 2 sash --- Rail 21x24 Riil -2 light Check -3 light Chect 2' — S"x6'— 6" — 1V'«" door, each 2-—6"XS-— 6"— I door, each panel 5s panel Zlass Subject to the action of the City of Lubbocfc Voters in the Election on April 7, 1942. FOR MAYOR Carl E. Slaton, Re-Election FOR COMMISSIONER Place 1 W. B. CBiLU Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election 2xt and 216 No. 3. per hundred 1x12 boxing, good i per hundred Cement, per sack $1.35 $1.55 $1.55 $1.85 $2.65 $2.90 $3.75 $3.50 $4.50 $5.00 $3.75 .90 $1.10 $135 $2.00 $1.50 .75 WH1TK1DE NURSERY Se* us for select nursery stock Including (hade sod fruit tree., shrub., evergreens &nd 30 varieties of roses. FREE LANDSCAPE AND DELIVER* SERVICE Mill North ol Tech Collegt on LHUefleld . . Highway. Announcements 4—Personal Notices BAKER BROS. KURSERY Complete stock . Ask us for complete , . PUNTING" GUIDE 2 mi.' on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 Fads About Shrubbery Of c o u r s • you •rant to get the most and best el' PATROVIA Astrologist and Psychologist Expert KdTlca on tmslnei*. IOTB. marrtifB Special Readings 50c Hours: ID «. m. to a p» n. 1 830 Ave. J, Apirtroeni B 5-panel, any size — Red Fence (4-ft.) 50-foot roll 35-lb. Roll Roofing ' 45-lb. Roll Roofing 55-Ib. Roll Roofing 90-lb. Roll Roofing, slate surfaced 100-lb Sack Asphalt Asphalt Felt Per Roll Vi-in. Gypsum Board '. %-in Gypsum Board V^-in Gypsum Board Vi-in. Liner Board Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER COMPANY Priorities Have Not Threatened Our Sales Program—We Heed Three Good Men Now We are anxious to secure the services of three men to sell our nationally known product throughout the Lubbock area. These are permanent connections with excellent future and good earnings all year. Three minimum sales per week will net salesman $75.00, three average sales will net over $100.00 • per week. If you have had experience selling insurance, securities, automobiles, refrigerators, or like products, we will show you the possibilities in our business. You will be re quired to finance yourself for on<_ week's training. Every effort and help will be extended to those men selected and they will b joining the highest paid sales or ganization of its kind in the coun try. The product has the endorse ment of the leading authorities in its field. If you believe that you can qualify, please write a lette giving a complete description o yourself, age arid exnerience 't Box A.-J. 37 in cafe of this newspaper. Employment A —Situations Wanted VIARRIED ra»n T,-ar.ts farm Job. Trictnr xpcrienced. s. !•. Newcomb, Route 1, Anon. RACTICAL nurse, coot or vr&itrer.s de- Ires Job. 18M Ave. S. IP IN NEED of practical 818. Nurses' Club. nurse. Dial Financial 15—Insurance & Investments ItC'M O> Whatever You Have Wherever You Are —with— McFARLAND-MAISEK CO. J. E. MAISEN. Mgr. ain Dial 4651 16—City and Farm Loans £_ ftft %>5*UU 13-D—Help Wanted Provisional for Your Own Defense Build a Horn* We Will rina-nce i-id Insui* I! Read & Bondurani Complete insuianct ind Loan S srrle* 1210 Ave. J - DIAL 7456 Miscellaneous 8—Furniture For Sale Furniture Bargains $85 _ $69.50 $28.50 _ $4.95 _ $T0.95 ft. 1939 Cold-pot efiigerator 89.50 table-top, slightly sed gas range 31.50 studio vew ocfccrs Pl-tfdrni octcrs „_ Bedroom ultes, new , .. _2.50 Innersprlng mattress ; Bed springs, loll-aw&y brd Breakfast room suits, unfinished Chest o£ drawers . S19 00 two-piece studio couches ... 9x12 felt-bass rugs —. WE BUY USED FURNITURE $14.95 $3.95 $7.95 $8.50 $7.95 $65.00 $3.95 East Side Furniture 1105 Ave G Dial 2-3362 Highest Cash Prices PAID FOR OSED FURXITUKK PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phone 1571 TOP PRICES Data tor used furnlturt Bsln Furniture 1611-mrj. Dial 2-166U Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale FCR SALE: Milch cows and bulls. Some and 5 gallon cows. Most of them regis tered. Lubbock Horse and Mule Co. J51 Ave. B. Dial 2-9321. Uncle Sam Needs You 60.000 FIGHTING PLANES TO BE BUILT IN 1942 126.000 IN 1943 Which Is It to be—Work or Fight? "Soldiers of-Industry" are as important as "Soldiers at the Front." Aircraft workers are not slackers. BattJes are Von in the air and the 185.000 planes asked for by our President must be built by men before they can bo used in battle. If you are between 18 and 48 and not in draft Class 1A. this Is an opportunity of a lifetime. You can earn • as well as serve. Intensified training in as liltle as 8 weeks can put you on the "working line" earning from $1500 to J2500 per year and up. CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOAHS Aa financial correspondent lor l&e Con- netlcut mutual life Insurance company. 1 am prepared to make you n loan at « new sow Interest rate. IF IT IS A GOOU LOA.N i CA> MAKE IT CLAUDE B. HURIBUT Citizens Nai'L Bans Hide. _ Dial 6922 LOANS We arc prepared to make your farm and ranch loan at a low rate of interest, it will pay you to see us. We. can make you an P. H. A. loan for new building, and can also refinance your present loan at a lower rate of Interest. GKEEN BEOS. Lubbock Hotel Bldg. Dial 1222 P.H.A. loans to improve your farm and refinance old loans. 23 years to pay, -i'/b per cent Interest. J. T. CLINTON 1316 Ave. O Dial 2-2533 Wall paper canvas, per yard Room lot Wallpaper A £ood cheap whit* p'&int. gallon Oriental Exterior Stucco, per sack 4" No. 1 stxer pipe, per foot l ,V -ir icall board, per 100 quarc feet _ 4 1-2c up . $1.00 DP __ $1.49 ___ $1-90 17 l-2c $4.50 BUll PEN Lumber. »!1 kinds, pick It out, per hundred $2.65 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Matters, Laundries 25 Suits Plain Dresses Cash -and Carry Whifworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4562 All work guaranteed money you 3uy nursery _t_c!c. Then be sur« to see the oldest uurscry I;rm In Lubbof:t. Asfc us for free information. We taow what will BIOTT and where to plant U. Fruit Trees, rejuiar ejr 75c, only ^J per dot. Dogwood, butterfly bush. flOTrcriEg <-T peach, rcEuUr SI, each, two for •? • Pn»sy plants. «;ft- per dor. : JUC TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nuiserytnan 2107 21st St. Dial 8561 MADAME CORLEKE READER Consult me today about your love mar- riags or business problems. Palm readings and phrenology analysis. Near business district. Readings 50c tnd up. HIS Ave. I, Dial 2.3503 Business Service 4-B—^Building Supplies nnd Contractors ROUGH lumber cheap. Wholesale, retail. Jactson Brothers sawmill, Ocate, New Mexico via Wagon Mound. Uarjt Block ot Smooth. S CHINESE ELMS *nd other shade trees. RED BUD: Bloorn- ins size SO- to J1.50 rmallcr tizej "5c «nd up. Eterjrecns. no-ren-iE Shnibi. Bc'.bj, Stra-wbcrrlts. KERSHNER NURSERY 'i Ml. E. of ATC. H on Siaton Hi^h-ay LUBBOCK IRON & METAl CO. NEW— STEEL —TJSED Windows, Stairways, Angles. Channel* Beams 1817 Avt, a D I_, 4 - 3 . BOWMAN LUMBER CO. Tour Friendly Lumber Dealer Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES 5—Business Services INCOME TAX SERVICE Bus'.ness and Tax Records For All Types of Business. Personal Tax Reports Made. Mzurj-Henry Co. Inc. ED. H. BAKER G. H. CRAIG Aiiaciatei Room 323 Lubboc'i Kutionil Bide. Phone 2-1153 6—Beauty Parlors HALBERrB BEAUTI UHOr Corner 8th tnd ATC. M Dial 3-3252 tioo Sanders on si.oo 43.00 permanent .__ tt.50 $5.00 permanent . $1.58 Plain shampoo ind let _______ 350 8—Business For Sale FHA QUALITY lua-.ber sold direct. Save 30f». We have NO agents or lumber yards. Truti delivery. Write for catalogue- EAST TEXAS SAWMILLS Avlngcr, Texas PANTS 15c lOc Caib and Carry STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy See Us For Cleaning Of Your Rugs and Upholstering Lubbock Laundry Dial 6651 1001 Ave. G 10-B—Professional Service STATION*, shop, llvin; quarters with 3 lots on highway. See Fred Vay, Halli, Texas. CONOCO station equipment »nd imxll Rrocery. 407 North ColUse Ave. Dial 29333. BB. J. W. PHILLIPS STEEL Or7iimi,'ntaJ iron of »ll sir,s«. Porch r»n* »cd !S_T> fence*. Wlro work (ecui chain link IMPROVED, homeEro-rn. cverbcarir.i. G«m triwhcnv plant*. 103. J1.25 prepaid. I. \V. Wnilumsort. RouU €, Lubboc":, Texas. 3—Lost and Found IUBBOCK STEEl WORKS 31* ATS. o . DI*J 87S1 INDEPENDENT nervlcc »tarlon lor »»le c-r leas-. Dial 2-2232. Apply Llndjey O:l Co. Ill North College Ave. HAVE two c-fes, must sell one, rood buii- ncjj, 2401 Main. GEVERATj Retail store In Country town, near school, church. P. O.. on hiRhilne. making money. Stock and fixtures for ral-. building for rent. Box A--SO, Ava- Unche. 3ROWN Jersey milca COTT. 30 month- old, dehorned, flrsyed from 2634 Elm street. Reward! Dial 2-22*8. LOST — Ring, 't-nrire center diamond. 10 m;:i one.*. Yellow (told and plttinum fuunirnir. Reward. Dial ",564. 4—Personal Notices M.'DAM [£AAD4 ttr« fcr fc<r days. 1312- ISth. Dial ',Sa\.'•. PROP. Lawson, B'tro'ogy. card cU.UfKirs. 3210 Main: Dial 64SS READINGS rrom Amye entirely dilfer- eat 191S-l»th» Dill «7«_ Caprock Lumber Co. Sl. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 HARDWAKF. DEPARTMENT $3.98 98c $4.98 $1.20 $1.45 $2.95 $2.25 90c S» garden noic Heavy garden rakes •Bhctl&s.rrowj Spading forks . Sprlnt'ers 3 qt. Pyrex double boi!c:s '... Pyrex sauce pa-.is . PJTCI -W5ICU SACRIFICE Local reta!) business cross >alei SI!.030 per year; owner has other business interests and will sell at sacrifice, or trace for real estate or good property ot equal value. WAKEF1ELD & CO. 16JO Broadway DU1 6301 DENTIST 237 Lobbor. Kat'L Blig. MTBBOCK. Dl»l J-3JO Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male WA?*TED: First elsiss Chevrolet mechanic It qualified. Sec Roy R.-Abe'.I, Rails, Texas WHITE delivery 'boys ^r per hour. Write Box Journal. th bicycles. 30 13. Avalanche WANTED: Farm family, share crop o wages. Box 46 Avalanche. WANTED—Man with small rurally- for farm -cork. Lorri'c "Williams. Route 4, Lubbock WANTED—Experienced tractor mechanic Auto Tractor Co., .\llis-chalmerr. ticale 1217-13 Avenue G. 5—Business Services SERVICE STATION * TVHOLESAt,»> Doing good business. W;ll sell complete or equipment. 1—National Cash Reiirter. 1— E'iCctric bcvcra.c boi « case). 1—Battery charger. 1—Small desk. I—1.500 (underground! tunic. 1—550 'underground, tant. I—Electric gas pump. 1—1940 one-ton Ford lucfc. cood condition. Rood tires. 1—J. I Case thrcfh'.r.g machln*. Priced lo-r.cM. V. A. H.MU.OW Nrw Hcnr", Texas INCOME tax reports compiled. Systems tor farmers which are simple and complete. Seasonable rates. 1001 Avenue H. 12—Woman's Column DRESSMAKING, alteration;, buttonholes, suits and coats. 805 Ave Q. Dial 6356. AN EMPTY BOUSE u more eipen«Ti than UTB want »d that will rent It. WANTED—Two boy« to T-orV lor Dial 8102. WANTED—Wool pre-sjcr imn-.r_lately. Cit Tailors, Btonrndeld. Texas. WANTED—Truck to haul IM tons of _un dies. See C. H. Barger. Wolfforth, Texa 13-A—Help Wanted, Female MAID wanted. House furnished and -ss ary. Dial "512. HAVE opening for intelligent woman ovt 25. Capable of tnaaacinr sr.iall loc business, write box 52 Avalar.chc-Journa WANTED experienced bcaufy operalo- Sandr.i Sue Beauty Shop. Brownr;cld. Tcxa BEAUTY operator wanted. App'.y Lena Beaaty Shop, 2~05 Are. T. Dial da 2-3552: n:ght 2-3645. WANTED — Experienced beiuty oTiarato SIS week guaranteed. Mrs. T. "F. ijr.il Scrtiinole, Texas. Low rate Insurance and 25 years to pay. company loans, 20 Briley & Jay Room 204. Conlev . P. O. Box 221. Dial Sill 16-B—Money To Loan ATTENTION MEN and WOMEN 8 to 65 18 to 35 Make your Reservation NOW For Training At THE AERO-CRAFT INSTITUTE TO BE LOCATED IN LUBBOCK fferin? a 4 to 6 weeks Factory Rccoj- ized Training course in the fundamen- als of Aircraft Construction. Hundreds laced from our" Houston School in all lajor Aircraft Factories. President Roosevelt's Words and Figures Shook the Nation ROLL 'EM OFF THE LINE! 60,000 PLANES THIS YEAR! 125,000 PLANES NEXT YEARS IF YOU WANT A JOB " PULL OFF YOUR COAT. 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK •Ever? plant and toot rrom largest to mallest to _e used in total war produc- lon. "A bard -war. a Ions far, a bloody war and a costly war." "It must be done and -e'll Jo It." Lost ground can always be •egair.ed, lost time never. Every man and woman In this vicinity vill be called upon to do their part In hU immense undertaking—whether it be n Military Sen-Ice or Production Work. Please Investigate! See or Write Bob Burns, Chief Registrar Temporary Offices 518 Lubbock Nat'l Bldg. Open week days and Sundays until 3 p. m. "A Limited Number oE Students • will be allowed to work out part of their tuition. Aero-Crafts Institute (Associated with Houston Aeronmtfcal Trade Schnol, Houston. Tex. and Haile inf Service, Austin, TCI.) Livestock 9-A—Poultry. & Supplies FROM START TO FINISH 00 YOUNG laying leghorn .hens for t,t!.n, . W. Svlrett, ',i milcr south 34th and :e. P. FOR YOUR TOP MARKET PRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2427 Are. H Dial 4907 Highest Prices Paid Ko Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts- Woo] ; Tallnw NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 Cast 19th aiia San 13 e> AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU ODR PRICES ARE IN LINE Don't delay your chlcK buying any longer. When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABLE CHICKS you get chicks trfat are hatched right, packed right - DEPENDAB CHICKS. Even though 5OU should have pay & little more In additional cost to get my dependable chicks they will return to, your many times over in extra eggs, extra ptalits. The small additional first cost and the long run show you a greater profit, where the Interior low grade chicks loso money for you. Get your share of the poultry profits. Almost a quarter century ol scientific breeding for MORE EGGS . . . BIGGER EGGS BIGGER BIRDS offer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger share of thesa profits. KEETON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle and hogs. Dial 6671 collect. See Us For Keeton'g Western Brand Tankage We. pay hogs. highest prices for NEED MONEY'FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS! Let us solve your money worries -with a fast—convenient personal loan. FINANCE CO. 4th Floor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 FOR SALE We are overstocked and need to sell some or all of the following registered Herefords: 100 Cows, 3-6 yr., weight 1200 Ib. 100 bred 2-yr. Heifers. 100 yr. Heifers. 100 yr. Bulls. These cattle are al! \vell bred and in extra good condition. Priced to sell. Phone—Write—or See Bob McCoy, Owner Pampa, Texas T..ESH young milch cows for salcJ B. C. fells, 37th and Ave U. $5 LOANS To $180 AUTO SALARY FURNITURE SEE Us First PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO. 1 105 Ave. L Dial 694! FDUXITURE AND AUTO LOANS BUSINESS FIXTURE LOANS. CITY LOT LOAN.* WESTER FINANCE COMPANY Ro,orn 1 Benson Building. 1009M. Texas Avence, Dial 2-2041. SKILLED workers in greatest riemand tc- day arc WELDERS for aircraft and ship yards and other national defcare plants. My system will prepare you in a few weeks. Dial 81S5 at nl_ht o- see me hi 504-Broadway. MAST WELDING SCHOOL^ WOMEN AND MEN AIRCRAFT OFFERS A skilled trade triat pays well in war or p:acc. Fryc's S-wcck trair.in:: under factory procedure is recognize,-', as a superior method by factory men who do the hiring. and is your guarantee vl a succcsslul career. Low cost, convenient payment*, all equipment f;irni_hcd. Pay as you cam. WOMEN WANTFD We wlil tra'n wom;n between !hn a;c» n! Is to 25 for position In defense "Help Build Thtra To Fly JACK H. McCRARY Money To Loan Diamonds, watches, suns, radios, typewriters or arcythlf.g of value. LICENSED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1203 Broadway Dial SIS Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes OFFTCE3 FRYE AIRCRAFT CO.. I>AU..13 An Approved Sci-.oo! I.ubhcfk Office 1610 Broad- ay iiiai ?.iui 14—Situations Wanted SMALL family «-,th (wo 1-1 c!afs trsctcr and con-.hir.c r.-.cii. Apply Litlie Hotel, c. L. ."icholson. YOOXG lady wants place to work room and board. Dial 5544. for EXPERIENCED farm Inno deiires ye.r rr.und Job. Hf.nrv Rcichic. Copper larrn, 6 miles on Shalioaatcr h.fihway. GOVERNMENT.' business positions no open. Ncx Dcfcn5c Course prepares quick ly. Free placement. Draxighon-s College 18—Furniture For Sale HIGHEST cash bidders on c«d furniture Harold Gritiiih t2I3-13tn Dial ,-313 JOtl.N SPIKES CDIHE SELLER, Spikes-Sellers Complete stoct ol furnltnrt »tovt». c»r eel* We trada for TOUT o«d forBlttir*. 1211 13tb at. o:a-i 2-21 T. J. Gill FURNITURE We Buy Or Trade Fcr Voor USI.D rURNITT/RE EXPERT STOVE REPAIRING AU kinds o' sas ranges or beaters Rcoairpd. Also liphoJMcrlns, Iumit;;re repairing an fmishinp. 181? Avenue H D!al 534 uiruc uirrucnicc 1829 Avenue K Dial 50n MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS With years of breeding experience oehlnd them. Prom carefully culled and blood- tested flocks. Straight run and sexed chicks. Hatching days each Tuesday and Friday. MURPHREY'S HATCHERY 1964 A.VC. R Plal 6023 19-B—Rabbits and Peta THOROUGHBRED German police pup, t weeks old. 1610 7th. Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments PIANOS: Carload, new and used. Clem N. Cause. 2014—18th st. Piano Tuning & Repairing 1213 27th Dial C. B. L1VKLV' Lubbock. Texas 21—Miscellaneous For Sale PRACTICALLY new adding machine and cash, register. 3018—!0th. Dial 5675. ji 10 HEAD ewes and Iamb:. 3 miles north idc. C. T. Potts. 5 HEAD Jersey springer heifers. Best of uality, 4!;r miles v,-est of Shallowatcr. srmers! Come and set your pick. WOODY FARMS 9-A—Poultry & Supplies trolux. could be equipped for butane. Will give good discount. 1007 Ave Q. Dial 9951. FARMALL regular, completely equipped. 3 row Go Devil. Sell or trade. 2410—10th St. after 5 p. m. l.ct Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks $16.95 Clearance Sale Of Butane Gas Circulating Heaters Reg. $16.95 unvenied circulating heater, now Heg. $22.95 unvented circulating heaiir, now Regular $44.95 vented circulating heater, beautiful walnut grained porcelain, A. Q fl 48000 B.T.U., now __ V&7*7j Also, larger sizes on sale Buy On Monthly Terms Stove Department, Mezzanine Montgomery Ward Are Healthy Chicks Swiff Hatchery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock. Texas ENGLISH LEGHORN FARM 3ook your order for baby chicks oacted b; S years of improved breeding from trap- nest strain. All foundation stock has come 'rom 2 to 7 yr. old hens headed bj R. O. ~ males. Flocks blood-tested for B. W D. Baby chicks natcjr.d fn HCTT sll-clectrlc mnchines and cuarantccd to live. Austra- WhltcS on Tuesday and Leghorns on Friday at reasonable prices. 3IKS. VANCE'S HATCHERT Shallowater. Texas CABINETS Hand-carved furnlto.-e. Furniture repairing. Free estimates. BARLEY'S CABINET SHOP $03 Ave. M Dial 2-3577 Bargains Galore IUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 Ave. H POULTRY WANTED See na for prices before you sell your poult.-y. 1609 19th IDTH ST. PODLTS.T Dial 2-2051 POULTRY WANTED So. I Fryers, !','» to S 1 ,'* Ins. No. 1 Heavy Heni, over ««._ Ibi. \-,c _ . _ No. 1 Light Hens and »11 Leghorns _ ]"_ No. 1 Tom Turkeys _______ isc No. 1 Hen Turkeys __________ ig c W. Ni HALL Dial 2-5311 OT 1 ISOJ Av«. H LVBBOCh RATCHERT Will sell this .car me test laying chlcss at most reasonable prices. No-' oocru XVe still wa-jt more cgss. E.st of fair ground*. R. W. SBIS ONE Case tractor with «-row equipment.^ rubber tires In good condition. One Cue tractor with 2-row equipment, good condition. TEIFORD LUMBER CO. 1336 4th Street Dlsl "I 20 INCH band saw with =!i horse motor. Rhodes Bros. Dial 2-3672. JOHN DEERE FEED MILLS Also Ltti Feud Mills. All sizes. Several good used tractors, t^ro and four rc*cs. All reconditioned. J. 0. FORD IMPLEMENT CO. ,1902-4-6 Ave. C SAVE up to 50% ' USED Wtfi •"*" i : FTfTlNGS — VALVES. . Central Pipe & Supply Co. HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED "RALPH ROBERTOHS' " Independent Dealer 2107 AVSIUB H Dlil 8013 QUALITY HATCHERY 34? Avenue H Oncle Sam needs tnor» «jfgj tor CSeiensc. You can supply them with pullets from OUT nish-pcverea vif,,mln f«d frr» r»nee nock.x 2611. Ave. H. Dial 5851 -THITE SEWTNG HACCTINES — »nd— PREMIER VAC1;r-1 CTr.VNr.RS Free cemonsirat:on SoIJ on easy menu S«rv!c« al! r.-._k; s Sherrod Co* SWEET Potato Ectd—Marvlando. Stat- Certlfied . . . 41.-5 per bujl-.cl. Have t->j '.i adjoining ssctior.3 of land with rcpa- ra^c sets of smal: Improvement-. Sl.OO per acre carh rent, can ce fanr.cci to- F . £ '~ ' mile. 1 ! -oathcA-t c! Hereford, C. D. Ellhton. I'.i m-lics c«t of Uibtwct.