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.'FO^RTEENf—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Thursday, February 26, 1942 4343 For Th« Avalanche-Journal Of DIAL 4343 "THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sell, Trade Or Rent ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^"^^^^^^^^^^^^"^^aiPH^m^^t^MJMMM^BaMll^^^aMKs—^••••.•^•^•-^^•.•^^^^^^ •^^^•^^^^^•^.11 - - ' • "• Of Th« SUtw, Rale* fend Requirement! •( CluxUltd AdtertiAini or TJU Lnbbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday Avalanche-Journal IB eliisiij«l adrertuice will appeu IB both tht Morning end AfKrnoon papers. both pjiyere counting one insertion. Alt clftuUled KlTsnistng U printed IB tht Wobock Morning ArtUnch* (jnt «nd the DiilT Journal ol tb<c cam* date, no tlns la t*» afternoon lor Sunday • Issue will appear In th6 * r»Uacb*"Joarn»l couatinz one insertion u the piptr U wnt to »U sub KXiben of bo*t the saondii ptperi. JAATJABY 4; «-: tr Vie 19U AVAtANCHE-JOtTENAl, Combined JUte» 10 Word f, pet «erd 2 days, p« word 3 days, per word * cUy«, per wor<) _ 7 oty*. pet »ord --- 12c . ntes for ecai*CTtlT» ioMrUan only. Alt ont-of-towt adi received by mall tnmt be ckth wlta order, No inception. "NO RZTONJJ" oo yd ztopped after K h£j tppe&red In. i>sper. DIAL. UU Our rxpsrle£>eed ad t*ktr Tin ntern your tt aod help roc to wort It then emi collector will e»u th« following day. rHESE ACCODNTS ARE "ACCOMMODATION Accomrrs" FOR OUB PATBONS AMD FOR OKE DAT OXLY. No uSTtnlseroercU accepted oo aa "until forbid" order. A ipecllletf number « Insertions mast be given. H>« reiirre the right to pise* an adver- tiiement under tt« proper clusuica- tloa aad reject vnelean cr objectionable copy. Obltctrlet &&d e*rds of th&nxz at rtffular classified adrertiflng ntes. Tht publlxnm are not recponiS>!« lor copy oaSwioa*, typographical errors or any unintentional error that may occur fttr- :her than to correct U next luue alter :t ii broucht to their attention. An ad- vtrtUlng orders are accepted on thli bacls only. rh» Aralanehe~Jouraal <-.-. not be reapan- jlblo lor more Uum on* tocarrect Insertion ot a classified ad. AdTertlsers ahoald check: their ads oa first day ot jmbllca- tlon and faomedlatelj notify th» Classified Department U any mistakes occur. clsulfled Adrartlstne accepted until COO p, as. on week d»y» and Sitardays. For classified dlrolsy advertSiJnr Iclor- csatlon — DIAL UU TO DISCONTTMIE AX A* tfoOe* to DlMoottnqe an Ad roost be ejv«e after * «. m. and before 6 c. o. to •*oai» member of tae Classified AflTertut- aeot Depamneat. We cannot be responsl- b!« l«r Twtle* «l-»en before or after theit .hocn, aad ta eaerabera at strao other POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice To The Public Tb* Amlanche-Joomtl if a aiember aS tb« Astoelatloa of NevEpaper Classtfled Adr«rt'jlns Manager*, which icalude* !ead- la« KtKipepers thronghoat the eonntry hai a* 1U aim th* elimination el »mt mMtadlss Classified Ad- Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies Lodge do. ttl A, F. and A. iL Stated communication! the First Friday nlsbt e»cb month. JOHN B. PORTWOOD. W. 1C. HUGH J. Stcretmry. 2—Floral and Nursery Tyler Roses Complete" toe of nursery stock. Prices you" can tflord to pay. Corns br and make TOUT seJsctioni. Hub Nursery The Avalanche-Journal Publishing Company bss been authorized to present the names of '.he following citizens as Candidates for office subject to the action of the Democratic Voters at their Primary Election on Saturday. July 25. 1942 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th District Hop Halssy FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. Court of Civil Appeals (7th Dist Amarillo) E. C. Nelson 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, (Re-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR H. B. Bryan, (Re-Election> FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Ralph Brock (re-election 2nd term) FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. Roy Boyd Claude I_ Hale, CRe-Election 2nd Term) FOR COUNTY CLERK Ed D. Allen, (Re-Eiection) •R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G. V. Pardue, (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts CoJeman (Reelection, 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G K. Horton, (Re-Election 2nd Term.) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, CRe-Electioni C. Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E. Gray, (Re-Election 2nd Term) T. L. Holt Ottis Isom PRECINCT 4 Newton Stokes, (Re-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 331S-19tb Bt. WHITESfDE NURSERY Se« o» lor select norsery stock' Including «htdi »nd fruit trees, ehmbsi everzr«ni *n'd "30 varieties ol roMt FKEE LANDSCAPE AND DELTVEK1 SERVICE lilli North of Tech Collect oa LJttlefleld Eighvay. BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us for complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 mi. on Slaton Highwsy Dial 4521 Fads About Shrubbery Of o o u r 3 a you •want to ret the most and best effect for your money trbec you ony nursery stock. Then bs sure, to i . . see the o 1 d e c .t nursery.firm In Lubboct. Ask u* for free Information. Wo know wnat fill zrow and where to plant It / fTult- Trees, regular _ tf-c 75c,.oalr __?3 per dot. Dogwood, butterfly bath, flowericj £1 peach, 'regular |l, each, two for * • Pna'sy plants • CA per doz. - 3UC TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st St. Dial 8561 . . Large Stock of Smooth. Straight CHINESE ELMS aad osier shads trees. RED BUD: Blooming siiB ioc to Jl.50 tiniller slzss loc end up. Zvergieeai. Flowering Shrubs, Bulbs. Strawberries. KERSHHER MURSERY '•'* M L E- °t ATt, H on Slaton Highway . honjegrcwn. eyerbearing. Gem plants. 100 S.S . w. eyerea Strawberry plants. 100. S1.SS ittxot^rr plants. 100. st.SS prepaid. W. WlUiaason. Route 6. Lubbock. Texas. Arizona Cypress Evergreens aylader billed and barUppcd. Trees nver- »t each" ta hel8bU priccd lo ~ 50 Lloyd Nelson 3 ralles west of College AT C on 34th St. 3;—Lost and Found BHOW> Jersey milch cow. 30 months clti dehorned, itrayed from 2534 Elm street. Reward! Dli! 2-2243. 4-^PersonaJ Notices PATROVIA Volosriat and Psychologist iD«n adrtcii on tuE'neu; tore, taar Special Readings 50c Boats. 10 ft. oi to 2 p. ta. S30 AT^. 1 Apmrtment B LEAADA ter» for few days. 191S- D5*i 7£57. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the action of the City of Lubbocfc Voters in the Election on AprU 7, 1942. , FOR MAYOR Carl E. Slaton, Re-Election FOR COMMISSIONER Place 1 W. B. (Bill) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Announcements 4—Personal Notices MADAME CORIENE BEADEB 1115 Are. I, DU1 Z-3M3 Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors LUBBOCK [RON & METAL CO. NEW— STEEt. — 03EJJ Stairways, Anglo, EAST TEXAS SAWMILLS Avlnger, Teias STEEL iron of afl ttnft*. p orcb LUBBOCK STEEL WORKS O. o D!»] 51S1 50 i'eet 3-ply garden hoie _ Heavy garden Caprock Lumber Co. ISth Si. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 $3.98 98c $4.98 $1.20 $145 $2.95 $2,25 Ught wheelbarrows SpacUcg forts Sprlnfclers Z QU Pyiei noilers ROUGH lu m b.-z cheap. V.--.o>s a >. reuil. Jac~;or. Brothers 5awm:lV. Ocaf New .Mexico Tia \v a?0 n Ma-.ind. " " 5—Business Services iubbotk Pub. Sfenographic Service 613 Myrick Euil<3!r,g Lubbock, Texas MAMir. IV. BRUCE Shortha^fi Heporter D;al S532 iix repcTts compiled. Systems for which are simple and complete. Jc rates. KOI Avenue H. OFF THE RECORD By Ed "Congratulations, Mr. Jones — It's all over but the shouting." Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER rnMDAMv B19 131h DIAL 5718 S. P. A. GRADE MARKED <KH-N OKCEO LC5IBEBI Largest Etock. We can fllj jour material bill completa In most cases. Call us lor competent carpenters and painters. SxlO—S light Plain Rail Wlcdows, a sash 10x13—8 light Plain Rail Windows, 2 sasn 24x14—2 light Check Rail . 24x24—2 light Check Rail __J 2'—0"l6'—0"—1J5 door, each —6-X6 1 —6"—IV." door, each 2 1 —C"x(T—6"—IVs" door, each $1,35 $1.55 $1.55 $1.85 $2.65 $2.90 glass 2X4 and 2x6 No. 3, per hundred . 1x12 boxing, good grade, per hundred „ Ceaient, per sack _: Wall paper canvaj. per yard . Room lot waljpaper A good cheap ciito paint, gallon Oriental Exterior Stucco, per sack . *" No. 1 sewer pipe, per foot VI" tir wall board. pez 100 Quare feet _ __ $3.50 __ $4.50 __ 69c 4 l-2c DP •3 $1.00 " _ $1-49 _ $1-90 17 l-2c _ $4.50 BULL PEN Lumber, sll kinds, pick It out, per hundred $2.65 BOWMAN LUMBER CO, Sour Friendly Uimbet Dealer 5—Business Services INCOME TAX SERVICE Business and Tax Records For All Types ol Business. Personal Tax Reports Made. Mmry-Henry Co. Inc. ED. H. BAKER G. H. CBAIG Associates Room 232 Lubboclc National BWg. Pfcone 2-1152 6—Beauty Parlora HAIBEBT'S Comer Sth and ATS. U S2.00 Sander* oIJ __ $3.00 permanent JS.OO permanent SHOP Dial . Plain shampoo and let . Jl.50 JSJ50 8—Business For Sale STATION, shop, living quarters -with 3 lo^i on. highway. See Fred Vay. Rails Texas. CONOCO itatlon equipment and small grocery. 407 North College Ave. Dial 3- or least Co. Ill ae.-vlce itation Dial 2-2J33. Apply L Norm College Avef tor s»!e ds.y Oil HAVE two cafes, must sell one, good basl- r.ess, 2W1 Main. GENERAL Retail store In Country to-sn near school, church. P. O., on bighllnf king money, stock and fixtures for e. building tor rent. Boi A-J30 Ava- unche. SACRIFICE business grosi «a]»s S1J.OOS Local retali . per year; owner h»s other business Interests and wiU sell at sacrifice, or lor real ts;at« or good property of eo^al 1610 Broadway WAKEFiELD & CO. Dial 8301 SERVICE STATION 4 WHOLESALE ir.:; good b-Jsmcss. \VilI fell comn'etc or equipment. "ii.oi u- 1— National C»?h ReRir.ter. 1— E'.ectnc b».vcr«» e bon « case*. 1— Bairr.-}- charger. 1 — Small desk. l— :.SOO <uRite.-ffra.-nj) tunic. 1— 5;0 i underground- tar.i;. 1 — Eicctrlc gas px::r.p '""Jo raach'.ne. Priced V. A. HARLOW New Jfome, Texas 12—Woman's Column DRESSMAKING, alterations, buttonholes 5ui» and coat.-;. Bii.5 Ave Q. Ds.ii 9955. eOGSE u more expeniw, the want »<3 th»t win rent Jt Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliveries Doors 5-panel, any size _ Red Fence (4-ft.) 50-foot roll . __ . 35-lb. Roll Roofing ___ 45-lb. Roll Roofing __ __ 55-lb. Roll ' Roofing ____ 90-lb Roll Roofing, slate surfaced 100-lb. Sack Asphalt _______ Asphalt Felt Per RoH ______ V4-in Gypsum Board _________ %-in Gypsum- Board __ _____ _ _ Vfe-in Gypsum Board _____ __ V6-in Liner Board _ __________ Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice GEO. W, GRAY LUMBER COMPANY $3.00 $3.75 .90 $1.10 $1.35 $2.00 $1.50 $1.75 $3.00 $3.50 $2.50 Financial 13-A—Help Wanted, Female V/ANTED: Olrl for housework. Car<- for mumps patients. D1»I 6021. MAID wanted. House furnished acd salary. Dial 7512. WANTED SECRETARY: One. wilth dicta- phone experience. Apply 210-11 Lubboclc National Bank Building. 'LADIES take orders for cotton, ellk «nd nylon hosiery, slack stilts, lingerie and men's apparel. Sensat.onsl ne^- snring line styles Just out. Samples furnished end bonus. Openings in Lubbocfc and nearby coun'.ieE. write Reabili Hosiery Mills Wilson BlcJg., Dallas." I3-C—Salesmen Wanted Priorities Have Not Threatened Out 1 Soles Program—We Need 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 required to finance yourself for one week's training. Every effort and help will be extended to those men selected and they will be joining the highest paid sales organization of its kind in the country. The product has the endorsement of the leading authorities in its field. If you believe that you can qualify, please write a letter giving a complete description of yourself, age and experience to Box A.-J. 37 in care of this news- 13-D—Help Wanted Provisional 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Hattera, Laundries Suits Plain Dresses Cash and Carry Whitworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4562 All work guaranteed WOMEN AND MEH AIRCRAFT OFFERS A skilled trade that pays well In war or peace. Prye's B-weet training unde/ta" m e 7h Prtr ° h " d , U! V 5 « co ^^a M a superior method by factory men who do the hiring and is your guarantee of a successful cl- reer- lav cost, convenient pasments nil equipment furnished. Pay us yS? earn. * " W03IEN WANTED We will train women between the « E e 5 of 18 to 35 for position In defense factories "Help Build Them To Fly" JACK N. McCRARY CONSULTING OFFICER FRVE AIRCRAFT CO.. D UX*S r vi. . xA° A PP r °«d School Lubbocjc Office 1620 Broadway Dial 8301 Financial IS—Insurance & Investments Whatever you' Have Wfter.ever You Are —with— McFARLAHD-MAISEH CO. .V. E. MAI6EN. Mgr. U" «6lD Dial 4651 16—City and Farm Loana CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOANS As financial correspondent toi the Con. netlcut raulusl ure Insurance company i am prepared to make TOU » loan tt e new lo-» Interest -jita. OP IT IS A GOOD LOAN 1 CAN BIAKB IT CLAUDE B. HUR18U! Citizens Nat'L Barn Bldg. Olai BS22 LOANS Wa are prepared to make your farm and tanci, loan ai a low rate ol Interest, it •ail) pay you to see us. We. can mate you fan P H. A. loan for new building, and can also rellnance your present lean at a lower rate of Interest. GREEN BROS. Lubboel; Hotel Bldg. Dial m? P.H.A. loans to Improve your Jarm and refinance old loans. 20 years to pay 4'" per cent Interest. p >§ " Low rate Insurance company loans. 20 and !5 years to pay. Briley & Jay . Room 204. Conley Bldg P. O. Box 221. Dial 5*11 For Yonr Own Defense Build • Horn* W» Will finance t-ad Injurt It W--JI O_ W 3 . » neau a oonuurani Compleis Insiirsnc* mad Loan' Sftrric* 1210 Ave. J . DIAL 7456 16-B—Money To Loan LOANS $5 To $180 SALARY AUTO FURNITURE See Us First PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO. ; 1105 Ave. L Finest Qualify Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES PANTS Cash and Carry STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy ATTENTION MEN and WOMEN 18 to 50 18 to 35 Make your reservation NOW For Training At THE AERO-CRAFTS INSTITUTE TO BE LOCATED IN LUBBOCK I Offering a 4 to 6 weeks Factory Recc-- m, ,,, Tr Al nin V.° Urse ln the ""itfaBiCT- tals of Aircraft -'Construction. Hundred* placed from .our Houston School in all Major Aircraft Factories. President Roosevelt's Words and Figures Shook the Nation ROLL "EM OFF THE LINE1 60,000 PLANES THIS YEAH! 125,000 PLANES NEXT YEAR! IF YOU WANT A JOB PULL OFF YOUR COAT, 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK •Every plant and tool irom largest to smallest to be used in total war production. Dial 6342 FUJINITUHE AND AUTO LOANS BUSINESS FIXTUBE LOANS" CITY LOT LOANS WESTER FINANCE COMPANY Room 1 Benson BulJdlng 1009W T--« Avenue, Dial 2-2041. Money To Loan Diamonds, watches, sans, radios, typewrit: era or anything ol valut L2CHKSED AJ Miscellaneous 18—:Furnituir6 For Sale Klgh«st Cast Prices PAID FOR USED FUBX1TURZ PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phcne 4E71 , Dala ror u « d tunutur, Ptirnlture. ten-lath. Din 3-188L BIGHEST rash bidders on ustd furniture Harold Griiiifh 1213-13U) Olai 3-3U1 Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale FOR SALE: Kllch cows anii bulls. Some " ea ° n co '*' s ' Most of them «E ls nd Mule C0 ' 181 Highest Prices Paid For Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Wool, Tallow. NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 East 19th ano Santo Pe rraclcs KEETON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle and hogs. Dial 6671 collect. See Us For Keeton's Western Brand Tankage We pay highest prices f >r hogs. FOR SALE We are overstocked and need to se!I some or all of the following registered nereiords: 100 Cows, 3-6 yr., weight 1200 Ib 100 bred 2-yr. Heifers 100 yr. Heifers. 100 yr. Bulls. These cattie are all well bred and in extra good condition. Priced 'to sell. Phone—Write—or See Bob McCoy, Owner Pampa, Texas saie - B - ., erse ^ 5 P rl "B« heifers. Best ot quality, w- miles west of Shallowater. Farmers! Come and gel j-our plcfc. WOODY FARMS 19-A—Poultry & Supplies PAWNBROKERS * See Us For Cleaning Of Your Rugs and Upholstering Lubbock Laundry Dial 6551 lOOl Ave. G IO-B—Professional Service DR. J. W. PHILLIPS DENTIST 237 Lnbbock Rat'l. Bldg. LDBBOCK DUI 1-3*11 12—Woman's Column WILL, keep your children by hour or week. Dml 7070. Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male DISHWASHER wanted, day Job. Don't apply unless experienced. Jack O'Larucrn cafe. WHriE couple, wif- to do bousewsrfc anrt cclp care for child. New quarters and Eon-.e salary. 2320-3Dth. Payne. WANTED: First class Chevro'.et mechanic, if qualified. s«e Roy R. AbcII. Rslls, Texas. WANTED:- Farm famlir, ihirc crop or wafjes. Bex 45 ATalanche. WANTro—Msn with .•email fam'.ly for fftrm work. Lonnie Williams. Route i. LubbocS. vV.WJED-Exper!en«d tractor mechanic. Auto Trsctor Co., Aliis-Chaimtrs dealer 1217-19 Avrrve G. WANTED—Two beys to work for meals Dial 81C3. WAN-TED—Truck to haul ino tens of bun- dics. S'.c r. K. Barger. Wolftorth. T«af. 13-A—Help Wanted, Female V?ANTED — Experienced beauty operator |l!i week guaranteed. Mre. T. P. LincUey' Ecmlnole, Texas. RAVE opting for ir.teHigcnt woman over 2a. capaKe or raanaginc small local;r.fsj!. write b.?x 52 Avai.inche-Journa:. . Every man and woman In this vicinity will be called upon to do their part In this imniense undertaking— whether it ue in Military Service or Production Wort! Please Investigate! See or Write Bob Burns, Chief Registrar Temporary Offices 518 Lubbock Nat'l Bldg. Open week days and Sundays until 8 p. m. "A Limited Number of Students will be allowed to work out part of their tuition. Aero-Crafts Institute (Afiociited Kith Houston Aeronautical Trade School, Homton. T«. »nd H»il e Fljins Service, Austin. Tei.l 14-—Situations Wanted SlIALI, family with two 1st cluu tractor and combine men. Apply mtl e Hoid C. L YODNG ladj- wants place to wort for room and board. Dial 5544. MARRIED man wants farm Job. TractoT «P«rIenced. S. L. N«rconrt>. Route J. An- Financial 15—Insurance & Investments LTI«t tICX OF OOP* rHE MOST mexpensrr» torm ni »OTtru»- tog 13 the tins that onngt. result: roo can sen- OT rent almost anvihinK thrr,ui?ri these low-cos- ftvaiancne-JournH w-mr Ad.v GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1208 Broadway Dla ] B7S NEED MQNEYW INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your money worries with a fast—convenient personal loan. ' QTinnf VBM rEQPLIS FINANCE CO. 4th Ffoor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 IM IGOR itaiity Let Swift's premium quality baby | chicks lead you to victory with j greater poultry profits in 1942 Swift's Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swiff Hakhery, 506 Ave. H Lubfaock. Texas ENGLISH LEGHORN FARM hv°a C5 ', 0llr ? r , der f0r haby ch!ck5 ac e n^t {??»7 of Improved breeding from trap- nest strain All loundation stock- has come L r0m 7 to ™ yr - old hens headed by R. o I P. males. Flocks blood-tested for B W D • Baby chicles hatched in near all-electric ;™chlnes and guaranteed to live. Austro- Whltes on Tuesday and Leghorn, on Friday at reasonable prices. ' MRS. VANCE'S HATCHERS Shalloscater. Texas Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes POULTRY WANTED TOU your poultry. tOTO ST. PODLTRT 1608 19tb Dial 2-2051 GOVERNMENT, business positions now open New Defense Course prepares q-jick- ly. Free placement. Draughon's College 18 —Furniture For Sale JOECN 8PTKES SEU.EHS Spikes-Sellers Complete »toci ol oeti, w* tit&t tai 1311 13tb Ei. oscd fomltor*. DHJ 3-2121 Furniture Bargains 6 U. 1939 Coldspot -'efrigerator 589.50 table-top, slightly used gas range 334.50 studio divans ; New ~ rockers . Platform ~ rockers . Bedroom lilies, ne— $22.50 Innersprlng mattress Bed springs, new Roll-a-s-ay bed B re at fast room suits. ur.fir,i.=!]cd _ Chest ot rirau-rs _ S19.00 two-piece st'i<lio co:irhcs $85 $69.50 $28.50 $4.95 $10.95 $37.50 $14.95 $3.95 $7.95 $8.50 $7.95 __ $65.00 ™ ^: CB ; e ~ $3-95 WE BUY USED FURNITURE East Side Furniture 1105 Ave G Dial 2-3362 T. J. G1LI FURNITURE We Bay Or Trade For ?onr USED FURNrrUBS EXPERT STOYE REPAIRING Ali kinds ol cs« o" heater* .. Also npholstcrlns. furultare repa'.r.r.!; lmi?n.n^ 1312 A\er.',:e H D.JI LUBBOCK HATCOERY Will 5-U th!3 year tht best" laying chicss at most reasonable prices. Now open. We still want raore eggs. East of fair grounds! H. w. snus HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERTONS' Independent Dealer 3707 AT.nue H Du , £0!S QUALITY HATCHERY 3«7 Avenue n On«« Sua neetfj mor» eggs for <j e r.i« You can supply the^i with s "" " tam!n ' Icg - horn hcns t0 ' s»'»•* mi'c south 3«h and FOB TOUR TOP MARKET TRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2«7 Ave. H Dial 4307 JWRPHRIY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS MURPHREY'S HATCHERY Dill 5023 ISSt ATE. K Livestock 19-A—Poultry & Supplie* MAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU DDK PRICES ARE IN LINE Don't deity your, chic* Buying any jongei • When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABLE CHICKS you get chicks that are hatched • right, packed right - DEPENDABLE CHICKS. Even though jou should have to pay a little mnre in additional coit to get my dependable chirks they will return to your many times over In extra eggs, extra profits. The small additional first cost and the long run show you a greater profit, where the infsrlor low grade chicks lose money for you. Get your- share ot the poultry profits. Al-'"i moit ,a quarter century ol tclentlflc breed- ' ing for MORE EGGS . . . BIGGER EQGS ' . BIGGER BIRDS offer you an outstand- '• ing opportunity for bigger share of these profits. ^ HICKS' HATCHERIES 1829 Avenue H Dial 60U rOULTRI WANTED No. 1 Fryers. Hi to a^ Ibs. „__ No. 1 Heuvy Hens, over 4'/i Ibs. M°- ! U'Z bl Hens and all Leghorns— „„ No. 1 Tom Turkeys .- inX No. 1 Hen Turkeys ~V.™~ I8a Ko 17o I So W* N. HALL Dial 3-9JM or 1805 A?e. H 19-B—Rabbits and Pets THOROUGHBRED German police pup •* weeks old. 1619 7th. ' Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments WAR. WAR, WAR Keep your rudia working perfectly for the latest nc\vs. by calling— It. C. XEEFE Care Beard Rubber Co 1306 Ave. H Formerly of Montgomery Ward - CIem Piano Tuning & Repairing • r » 37th Dial C. B. LIVELY Lubbock, Texas 21—Miscellaneous For Sal« 5 FOOT Frfgldalrf, good shape, S65 00- typewrltcr $20.00.-llu-lstli. LOVELY 8-plece china dinner set. Also complete set chrystel. 2210 Main. . NOTICE FARMERS! Tractor tires cost less at Wards! If your present tires are worn-out, take them to one of your authorized county tire inspectors, (Wards will be glad to inspect if in Lubbock County) then see your tire rationing board. If you secure rationing certificate, bring it \viS your old tires or tubes to Wards for low, money-saving prices on power-grip tractor tires. MONTGOMERY WARD SERVICE STATION 13th and Tex. Ave., Lubbock, Tex. FAFtMALL 20 traclor. separator and feed mill. H. A. Bozeman. Wolffotth. Texas Write Route 5, Lubbock trah, , CW 8 . cu - "' Servel Elcc Will rfr «° ., c< l ul PP cd f " butane. Dia 99-1 ' Qiscount. 1007 Ave Q. rAHMALL regular, completely equipped row Go Devil. Sell or "trade. 24 10-1 oi. alter D p. m. 2 10-10 th FOR SALE ^™*g***w*'™'"™™*tf' l T*' 1 £ **t f.-n~fl v,. *-k.*n - ^- Xa s. 120 bales ginned **w uiice D> u linen Co-op gin. See * KINCAIDE SEED & GRAIN Shallosrater, Texas CABIKETS - Furmture 503 / .^ £^_ SHOP Dial 3-3511 Bargains Galore LUBBOCK PIPE i SUPPLY 1817 Ave. H ONE Case tractor with <-ro» equipment, rubber tires In good condition. o ne Cas« tractor with 2-row equipment, good con- <5HIon. TELFORD LUMBER CO. 1308 Alh Street Dial 7453 JOHN DEERE FEED MILLS Also Lets Feed Mills. Au sizes. Several ased tractors, two »nd four rows. AU reconditioned. J. 0. FORD IMPLEMENT CO. 1902-4-6 Ave. C SAVE MP to ' USED PIPE FITTINGS __ VALVES WHITE SEWFXG MACHINES — and— PREMIER VACCCM CIEA.NLBS frc, <len, 0 n«r»i!c.a Sold on ments Scrv1c» .1! caaVcs pi) . Sherrfxi l- Have , enis. si.OO - in" 5 " rcnt ' Cin be t »™ 3 < 1 «o- nii« m "f;' «"" h « ! " °f Hereford, hso or L

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