Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on February 27, 1942 · Page 6
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Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, February 27, 1942
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TWELVE—THE MORNING AVALANCHE , Texas, F rlday, February 27, 1942 .D'.ar'434'3. P(>r fhe Avalanche-Journol- Offices 4545 "THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sd 7' Ot The Rate*. Rules sod Kccut/crsenU it Clautfled Advertlilr.» Ot Th» Lubbock Evening Journal , Lubbock Morning Avalancha Sunday Avalanche-Journal AB ejutiried BdveitlcUig icUl ippear to beta tb« Morning und Afternoon paperi both paperi counting one Insertion. All classified /idvcrlljlnn u printed ID the Lubbock Horning Avalanche first and the Daily Journal cf th« name date. ra eluUSlea originating in ili« afternoon paper. riaulfl&d lor tj-jncnyt jaaue »U1 ojjpraj la the Avalanche-Journal cou&tlne one incertlon n tba paper u K-nt to all «ub- ccrlber* o! both the %furnooa arm morntaf paper*. EFFECTIVE JANUAfiY IS. 1S1I) AVALANCUK-JOUBNAL ComMned K»te» S* Word per word POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ._ 2 days, per word __ ) dari. per word . .. 4 daya. per worj 1 HIT*, per word ___ -- er Taei« r'at«i for coruecullv* insertion only. All ont-of-to*cj adi received by mall rouM be cash with order. J»o exception, "KO REFUND" en >d ttocued alter K b«» appeared ni paper. DIAL Utt Our experienced ad tttfr win receive TOUI *4 «jj4 help you to word It then oar eolltctor will oall tn« following dajr. fHZSE ACCOUNTS ARS "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" fOR OUn PATRONS AND FOJl ONE DAY OrfLY. Ha Bdrerlfeemenn accepted on aji "ur»t'.l forbid" crdi-r. / • pecllled number of In- tmlons must b) given. W» rc«rrc the rljht to place an advertisement under the proper classification and reject andean or objectionable «>py. Obltuariel a&d carda 01 t&anlu at regular claulfled adve/Uilcc rates. Th» publltnera are not responsible tor cop; omtailoni, typozraphlctxl errors or any unintentional error that may occur further than to correct U n«t issue altrr II li brought to their attention. All advertising order* are accepted OB tbli bajla only. Th» Aralincno-JoujnU can not be reipon> •tble for more than ono incorrect truer- l.'on of *• eUssUled ad. Advertisers ihould check their ad* on first day ot publication and hnmedlalcly notify the Classified Department a any mUlakeJ occur. Classified Advortlslnc accepted until COO p. m. oa week daya and Saturdays. For classified difDiar adTdrtlslnf infor- liLM, «913 TO ElSCONTlNlt AN AD rlotte* to Discontinue an Ad most be fir** aft«r I a. m. and before t p m, to ioax« member of the classified Adiertlst- meat Department. We cunnut be respontl- ol» for notice flren before or after tiittn nonti. and to members of coxno other dcpvrment. Notice To Tke Public 7b* AralanchA-Joornal Is a member «f th» Aaaoelatlon of Newspaper Classified Adrerttslng Managers, which inoludti Jead- In* Newspapers throughout th« country an* h»» as ita aim tht elimination oj tnmaalrnt cod «lslndinc Oasstrtrd Ad- Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies j« Lodg» Ho. 8il A. P. and A. M. Stated communication! th» Pint Friday night each montn. JOHN R. POKTWOOD, W. M. HTJOB J. UcCLELLAN Secretary. 2—Floral and Itursery WH1TES1DE NURSERY Sc» u» for wlect nuriery tloclc including (hsd* and fruit trees, ahniba, erergrcin* and 3D T&rletlu ot rOKj, LA.VDSCAPK AND DCLIVEKT 8EKVJCB U1I* Kortli of T(ch Colleg« on Uttlefield w ay. The Avalanche-Journal Publish- Inp. Company hns been authorized to present ths names of the following citizens as Candidates for office subject to the action of the Democratic Voters «t their Primary Election on Saturday. July 25. 1942 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th District Hop Halsey 'OR CHIEF JUSTICE, Court of Civil Appeals (7th Dist AmariUo) E C Nelson r,r Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY V2nd Judicial District Burton S Burks. He-Election) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CLERK Royal Furgeson, (Re-Election) FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, (Re-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR H. B Bryan, (Re-Election) 'OR COUNTV ATTORNEY Ralph Brock (re-election 2nd term) FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. Roy Boyd Claude L. Hale, (Re-Election 2nd Term) FOR COUNTY CLERK Ed D Allen, CRe-Elcction) R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G V. Pardue, (Re-Election) 'OR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts Coleman (Reelection, 2nd term) 'OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 'RECINCT 1 G • K. Horton, (Re-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, (Re-Election) C. Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E. Gray, (Rc-EIectlon 2nd Term) T. L Holt Ottis Isom 'RECINCT 4 Newton Stokes, CRe-Electlon 2nd Term) V. J. Farris FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE PRECINCT 1, PLACE 1 Walter Davles PRECINCT 1, PLACE 2 D. W. Robertson J. T. Imnon, (re-election) FOR CONSTABLE PRECINCT NO. 1 T. E. (Chief) May 'OFF THE RECORD BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us for complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 mL on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 • Fads About Shrubbery Ct c o Q r i a you want to eet th« most and best Jecf tor your •> money «heo you ouy nursery stack Then be sure to sen the oldest nursery firm In Lubbock. Ask us lor frte Information. Wo know what will trow and whcr« to plant It, Fruit Troei, regular _ <£c 15C, only . ..JO pcr iat Dogwood, butterfly bush, flowering Cll peach, regular f 1. etch., two ?or T » Pr.asy plants, per doi. 50c TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st St. Dial 8561 L*rg» Slock cf Smooth, Straight - CHINESE ELMS and other shade trees. RED DUD: Bloom* ins ling 6flo to fl.50 imnllcr ttzrs ISc and up. Etergreens. Flowering Shrubs. Bulbs. Strawberries. KERSHNER NURSERY U Ml. E. ot Are. 1! on SUton Highway IMPnoVEl), hom'Rrown. everbearlr.f. arm StVKwlirrry plants. 100. »l.3S vrcpold. L. W. WlllJnnMun, Home 0. Liibback. Texas Arizona Cypress Evergreens Clylr.der b»l'.rd and burlnppcd. Trees arer «» *« **H in height, rrlced Jsw CQ f *l e»ch Lloyd Nelson west of Colleto Av« on 3«h St. Tyler Roses Ccraplet* Ilr.« of nurretr Keck. Price: you can aftwd to pay. Come by and mak: year Hub Nursery SilS-mh Bt. and Found I.OST: \VTiite* cat, feina'.e ward. Dial 3-134*. SSOS-JCUi. BRO\7X Jerscr rnilch cow. "8 inonthii "tvl.1 dehorned, strayed frora IRit £im alnet, Reward! Dial 5-3J<S. 4 —-Personal Notice* PATROVIA Ashx>lo&Mt and Psychologtsl lacr*rt nWc» en tmmeta. lore, tnarrlace Sp«ctAi Readings 50c »o«rs: JO ». m. uj » tx 3>. W AT*. J. Apartrannt B CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the action of the City o£ Lubuack VotC-ra ui ui6 EiC-cuufi on April 7, 19-12. FOR MAYOR Carl E. Slaton, Re-Election FOR COMMISSIONER Place 1 W. B. CBill) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Announcements 4—Personal Notices MADAME CORIENE HEADER Consult m» today about your lore, marriage or business problems. Ptt i m readings ?H? fP » ren ^ lc * )P " Ral 5- 3li - Near business dll- trlct. Readings 50c and up. Iil3 Ate. l. Dial S-JJOS Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors ALrrr lumber «old direct. Save - n ° Crr " dl EAST TEXAS SAWMILLS Avlnger. Texas STEEL Wnd». Porch LUBBOCK STEEL WORKS 314 ATS. O DUJ B78 i Caprcck Lumber Co. ISlh St. and Are, Q Dial 5S53 HARDWARE DEPARTMENT so /en 3-piy cr> n Sardca bosa - -$3.7 Heavy CAiden **** rai« ! . 98C $4.98 $1.20 $1.45 $2.95 $2.25 90c whesiharro-rs SpAdir.j forks . 3 ijt. Pyrex belters Tyrex skKIcLs ;ir.b;r ct-.rap. Whole M>. retitil J»ilt«ou Brnihfrs Mwrr.lil. Ocste. .vcs Mexico via VVAcon Mound. LUBBOCK IRON & METAL CO." — STKFt. — CSED Wlndoirs. Stalnraj-.v Arelex Channtlt Beams D:M ,5.55 -Business Services Lubbotk Pub. Stenographic Ssrvke 613 Myri.k PL-IMI^; Dial Sfi}3 J.::«cclr. Tesas w. tiRi rr. a Rcport.T Rf ,.._ OJt:a 'LADJ£8 -lake orders .'or eottotv, jsllic and nylon hosiery, suits, lingerie and uen'a appnrei. Sensational new spring Ine styles Just out. Samples furnished and bonus. Openings in Lubbock and nearby counties. Write ReaUllk Hosiery Mills, Wilson B!dg., Dallas." "Aw Shucksl No.thin' but money in it!' Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 619 13ih DIAL 5718 S. P. A. GRADE MARKED (KILN OOfED LUMBER) stock. We can fill your material bill complete In most cases. Call u> for competent carpenters and painters. 8x10—8 light Plain Hall Windows, J inah light Plain Rail Windows, J east ! 24X14— 3 light Check Rail —3 light Check Rail V —0"x8'—0"—Hi" 8* panel door, each and 3x8 No. 3, per hundred Ixll boxing, good grade, per hundred Cement, per sack W«l) p.iner cmnvu. per yard Room lot wallpaper • A Rood cheap vrhlta paint, gallon Oriental Exterior Stucco, per ssck $1.35 $1.55 $1.55 $1.85 $2.65 $2.90 $3.75 $3.50 $4.50 69c <" Ko. 1 seirer pipe, per loot Vi" fir wall board, per 100 quare feet $1.00 op $1,49 _ $1-90 17 l-2c _ $4.50 BULL PEN Lumber. «H kinds, pick It out, per bucdred $2.65 BOWMAN LUMBER'CO. Tour Frlendlj Lumber Dealer 5—Business Services INCOME tax reports compiled. 5yslem» for fanner* which are slinpto and complete. Reasonable rrUej. 1001 Avenue K. INCOME TAX SERVICE Business and Tax Records For All Types ot Business. Personal Tax Reports Made. Manrj-IIcnry Co. Inc. ED. H. BAKER G. H. CRAIQ Associates Room 2J2 Lubbock National B!dr. Phone 2-H53 -Beauty Parlors HALBEHT'8 BCACTX Cornet ath and Avn. M Dial 2-3393 S3.BO Sanders oil ti.oo J3.00 permanent ____^_^^____ ji.BO $5.00 permanent Plain shampoo and *et ... S3o 8—Business For Sale CAPS fivr «lf, with living quarters, priced reasonable. 218 Ave. H. STATION", shop. JlTiTif quarters with a lots oa Ji!Ehw»7. Sc e Frtd Vay. Rails, Texas. CONOCO station equipment and small grocery. «7 Koith Collrge Are. Dial 29323. DfDEPENDEXT service staKoa for »»le or lease. Dial 3-2M3. Apply LJndsey Oil Co. II! North College Avr. HAVE two cafes, taurt sell one, good business, HOI Main, ' SACRIFICE U5c*l ret*n fcv.sWss KTOJS B»IM J18.000 P*t year: hej other b'aslr.rj^ ir.ter cst.i »nd will sell nt s»trlt!cc, or trade to reM estate or good -property of ec\;» vzluc. WAKEFIELD & CO. D.'a! 10—Tailors, Hatter*, Laundries * s KMPTT HoriSS >» more than the want «d thai »m rent It. SUitS Plain Dresses Cash and Carry Whifworth Cleaners 131S Texas Ave. Dial 4562 All work guaranteed Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors Doors 5-panel, any size . Red Fence (4-ft.) 50-foot roll 35-ib. Roll Roofing 45-lb. Roll Roofing 55-lb. Roll Roofing 90-lb- Roll Roofing, slate 100-lb. Sack Asphalt Asphalt Felt Per Roil Vi-in, Gypsum Board %-in Gypsum Board V£-in Gypsum Board Vi-in. Liner Board surfaced GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliveries $5.00 $3.75 .90 $1.10 $135 $2.00 $L50 $1.75 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $2.50 Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice GEO. W. GRAY, LUMBER COMPANY 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries Finest Quality .Cleaning SUITS or 4 p* PLAIN DRESSES J5C PANTS lOc Financial 13-A—Heilp Wanted, Female MAID named. House furalshed and nl- ary. Dial 7512. WANTED SECRETARY: One wilth dicta- phono experience. Apply ZiO-ll Lubbocic National Beuk Building. 13-C—Salesmen Wanted Priorities Have Not Threatened Our Sales Program—We Need, Three Good Men Now \Ve are anxious to secure the services Qf 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 th'ose 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 = 3? in care of this newspaper. -Help Wanted Provisional WOMEN AND MEN AIRCRAFT OFFERS A {killed trade that pays well In war or peace. Prye's 6-week training under factory procedure Is recognized HE a superior method by factory men who do the hlrlnc and Is your guarantee of a successful career. Low cost, convenient payments all equipment furnished. Pay as you earn. 1VOSIE.V WANTED We will train women between the'azes of 18 to 35 for position In defense Jactorles. "Help Build Them To Fly" JACK N. MrfRARY , CONSULTING OFFICER FKYE AIRCRAFT CO., DALLAS An Approved School LubDock Office 1620 Broadway Dial 8301 Ca*h and Carry STINSON'S 1708-10 Sdwy See Us For Cleaning Of Your Rugs and Upholstering Lubbock Laundry Dial 6651 looi Ave. G 10-B—Professional Service BR, J. W. PHILLIPS Dial 3-J301 DE?TTI5T 331 Lnbnock Sat'L Bid?. LTJB3OCK 12—Woman's Column WIU._keep your chlldrer. by hour or week. DRES9MAKIKO, alterations, buttonhole! suits, and teats. 803 Ave p. Dial 9936. ' 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 OJferin? a "4 to 6 -weeks Factory Recognized Training course in the fundamentals of Aircraft Construction. Hundreds placed from our Houston School in all Major 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 YEAR! IF YOU WANT A JOB . PULL OFF YOUR COAT, 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK "Every plant and tool rrom largest to smallest to nc used in total war production. "A hard war. a long war. a bloody war and a costly war." "It must ue done and we'll do It.- Lost ground can always be regained, Inst time never. Every man and woman In thl» vicinity will be called upon to do their part in this Immense undertaking—whether It be la Military Service or Production \Vort. 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 UMoclaUd with Hooiton AeronanUr*! Trade School, Houston. Tex. and Hailt Fljlnf Service, Aajttn, T«.) Financial 15—Insurance & Investments Miscellaneous 18—Furniture For Sale Whatever you' Har« Wierever ?pu Are —with— McFARLAND-MAISEN CO. J. E. MA1SEN, Mer. 1107 Main D | a j « 6 51 TCP PRICES p»lo rot uzed Bale, Furniture. 1817-J.9UL DUI J-16&L 16—City and Farm Loans CITY, FARM OR.RANCH LOANS A» financial correspondent for the Con. netlcut mutual life insurance company I am prepared to make you a lean at a new low Interest rate. »F IT IS A GOOD LOAN I CAN MAKE IT CLAUDE 8. HURLBUT Citizen* NsfL Bank Bldg. _ DIM 9922 > LOANS W« BIO prepared to melee your farm and ranch loan at a low rate ol Interest It will pay you to see us. We, • can make you an P. H. A. loan for new building, and can also refinance rour present loan at a loirer rata of Interest. GREEN BROS. Lubbock Hotel Bide. Dial TOI Employment 13r-HeIp Wanted, Male WANTED: Toung married man with e x- perier.ce !ri handling milch COTJ. hojs ar.d chickens on farm near Lubbock. Also must be able to handle tractor. H. I. MtCAULEY 4 Miles North On College Are. Dial S-S&Js WANTED: Colored for farm -cork. Crop and salary. J. A. Scars, Roclc 4. L::baock. MAN OR tranian Tiinager for drive-in Salary phi* percentage profits. Call 3-S3?2 or write Box 51. DISHWASHER Tjvr.tcd. day Job. D.TV; apply unless e*pfr:rr.«d. Jartt 0'L.intcrn cafe. WHITE couple, wife to do houseworfc ar.d nc^p rare for child. New quarters ar.d forr.e salary. i37C-30th. Pajrr.e. WANTED: Flr,<: c!a.<s Cherrole! mechanic it <j«ilified. S<e Roy R. AbeH. Kalis. Texas. WANTED: Farm family, share croa or wAjtes. BOT -«S Avalar.che. WANTEO—Kxpericr.cea tractor Aulo Tractor Co.. Allis-Chaltr.srs 1317-19 Averii» O. WANTED—T«o boys to work fo Dial S1C-3. DIAL 13*3. Ut ifc* «.<J Tsttr Den> Ton to fine, J»3Tfrs fer ftif ;ai« o.>rrnl *rtlo:e,« ro ««or »nar» nx/irns. tttie and 13-A—Help Wanted, Female WAN'fEn — E.'.T> fcfiutr SIS wfrk s«J>r»r>«ctd. Mr>. T. 'F. Se:r.inoV. Texas. HA\E for ir,\e '.:•.«r.t over -i. Csp-iMf of tnanacinc 5=-.»ll local c::s:r.r.v.<. en:* bc;x Si Av»:.- l r.fhc-.';-arr.j: SKILLED workers In greatest demand to- day.are TCELDEHS for aircraft and shlo yards and other national defense plants My system win prepare you In a. few weeks. Dls) S165 at nlpht or itt roe at 504-Brosdway. MAST WETJDKO SCHOOU 14—Situations Wanted MAN" ^~TTH family ar.d boy want tana MARRIED m»n with family wants farm 400. Inquire Gideon Grocery. Cecil West. SMU.L fam'.ly with two 1st class tractor acn; combine men. Apply Little Hotel, C. L. Nicholson. Isdr want* place to wor% for room and l/earcj. Dial 5514. PRACTICAL nurse, coot or waitress de- strrs Job. 1SS4 Ave. S. Financial IS—Insurance & Investments THE MOSl ineawajn* rona 01 Ing Is Uie tlnd tnat DrtnRj resnlt; yor c»n sell or rtaS atcast (vnythtr-s thrr.^su P.H.A. loans to Improve your farm and refinance old loans. 20 years-to pas- 4'', per cent Interest. . IMV rate insurance company loans, 50 and 25 years to pay. Briley & Jay Room 20-!, conley Bldg. P. O. Box 221, Dial 5411 For Your Own Defense Build t Horn* We Will Flnanc* uad ' In»ur» 1} Read & Bondnranl Complete) Insurant* ud Loan S*rrie« 1210 Ave. J DIAL 7456 16-B—Money To'Loan SMALL SECURED LOANS $10.00 to $75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009V2 Texas Money To Loan Diamond*, watches, guns, radios, typewriter* or anything ol value. LICENSED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1208 Broadway Dial 8761 NEED MONEY FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your money worries with a fast—convenient personal loan. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. 4th Floor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 LOANS $5 To SALARY AUTO FURNITURE > See us First PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO. 1105 Ave. L Dial 6342 Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes GOVER.VirEJrr, business positions now open. New Drfense Course prepares quici:- '/• Fr*e placement. Dranghon's College 18—Furniture For Sale Furniture Bargains 6 ft. 1939 Coldspot refrigerator _ _______ SE9.50 table-top, slightly used sas range __ S34.20 studio divans -- _ rocken _ __ Platform rociers Bedroom oltej. ne«- __ - J2Z.50 Inncrsprir-g mattress Bed springs. new Roll-away bsd ____ Breakfast roor.i suits, naflafshed Chest of drawers . ._. S7S.D9 two-piece studio ccracihfs 9x13 tett-bafe. WE BUY USED~FUB '$85 $69.50 $28.50 $4.95 $10.95 $37.50 $14.95 $3.95 $7.95 $8.50 $7.95 $65.00 $395 NITURE East Side Furniture 1105 Ave G Dial 2-33B2 T, J. GILL FURNITURE We BUT Or Trade Per Tour PSED FuRNTTtTRE IXPfcRT STOVE REPAIRING Ail tlnds cf rsr.sici or heaters' . Also npholite.-ir.f. fcrnitcre rrpaWnf and (islshic;. ISil Aver.ce H Dial &341 KDOfB 'SEU.EBS Spikes-Sellers e noet ol rurairora, ncrra. ear- Tor yrnr osed icnsirnr 1311 St. Highest Ca-ih Prices FAID FOE CSED FURKIXOBX PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phons 41S11 HtQHEST east bidden oo used furniture. Harold Grilliith Dial 5-3431 Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale Highest Prices Paid For Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Wool, Tallow. NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 East I9tb ana Santa ft Tracif AGAW HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PRICES ,iRE IN LINE 3on't dels? your chicK buying any longer. When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABLE CHICKS you get chicks that are hatched right, packed right — DEPENDABLE CHICKS. Even though jou should have to ?ay * little more In additional cost to get my dependable chicks th«y will return to your many times over In extra eggs. extr» profits. The small addition! first ccst and the long run bhow you * greater profit, where the Inferior low grade, cblcia lose money tor you. Get your share of the poultry froflti. Almost a Quarter century or scientific breed- log fur MORE EGGS . . . BIGGER EGGS . . BIGGER BIRDS offer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger ehara of tl-eti profits. KEETON PACKING CO. Fi-ee removal of dead horses, cattle and hogs. Dial 6671 collect. See Us For Keeton'g Western Brand Tankage We pay highest prices for hogs. 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 all well bred and in extra good condition. Priced- to sell Phone—Write—or See Bob McCoy, Owner Pampa, Texas FRESH young milch cows for sale. B C Wells. 37th and Ave U. 35 HEAD Jersey springer heifers. Best of nuality, 4'/j miles west, of Shallowater. Farmers! Come and get your pick. WOODY FARMS FOR SALE: Milch cows and bulls Some ^ aud 5 gallon cows. Most of thein registered. Lubbock Horse and Mule Co. 1510 Ave. B. Dial 2-932U 19-A—Poultry & Supplies V IM . ! 60R ™ itality Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks Ate Healthy Chicks Swift Hatchery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock. Texai ENGLISH LKGHORS FAKM BooS your order for baby chlcts Oacted by S years of Improved breeding from trap- nest strain. AH foundation stoc!: has come from 3 to 7 yr. old hens headed by R. O r. males. Flocks blood-tested for B W D Baby chlcfcs hatched in new all-electric machines and guaranteed to lire. Austra- Whites on Tuesday and Leghorns on Fri- oay *t reasonable prices. MRS. VANCE'S HATCHERY Shallowatcr, Texas POULTRY WANTED rour «« 13TH ST. POCLTRY Dl« J-3051 £V f ERLAY. .FEEDS_ FROM START TO FifftSH LCBBOCK HATCHERY Win sell this year the best laying chicks " most ««on»ole prices. Now open. We s^lll *ran. more eggs. East of fair grounds. H. VV. SIMS HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERTOHS' tadejtndsnt Dciler ATtriua H Ola1 jjuj QUALITY HATCHERY 317 Avei;ue R Uccl. Sia needs raort eggs tor detenj*. Joa eto supply them with pollcw fro^i FOR VOTJR TOP MARKET PRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2427 Aye. B D \^ 4S07 MURPHKY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS MURPHREY'S HATCHERY Are. Livestock 19-A—Poultry & Supplies 1828 Avenue B HICKS' HATCHERIES Dial COI1 F00LXRX WANTED No. l Fryers, IV* to av» Ibs. K« to. 1 Light liens' and all Legnorrls~ ]5o Jo. l Tom Turkeys ] K8 No. 1 Hen Turkeys __: "__ "_ jg o W. M. HALL O Dial 3-9811 or 5U1 1805 ATS. R Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments Piano Tuning & Repairing M13 27th r — • • -?Dial 4423 C. B. LIVELT Lubboct. Texas 20-A—Radios RADIO SERVICE R. C. NEEFB Located at Beard Rubber Co. 130S Ave. H - Dial 43S1 formerly Of Montgomery Ward 21—Miscellaneous For Sale STOVES £ Cook stoves to choose from, plenty of J'late model oil stoves. We STILi, havo BUSTER FRENCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE 1901 Ave. H Phone 8133 5 FOOT Frlgjdalre, good shape, $65.00: typewriter J20.00. HU-l9th. • LOVELY 8-plece china dinner set. AI-o 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 auth/t ized county tire inspectors, (Wards will be glad to inspect if in Lub- rationing board. If you secure a rationing certificate, bring it with your old tires or tvjbes to Wards for low, money-saving prices on power-grip tractor tires. MONTGOMERY WARD SERVICE STATION ^ 13th and Tex. Ave., Lubbock, Tex. PARMAU, 20 tractor, separator and feed' £ l. ^ • Boz = m an. Wollforth, Texas. Write Route S, Lubboct. FOR SALE Pl'^rf P lantln S E«d. EOr. germination. Planted one year from Summerour's ht- bred seed. Recleaned, ceresan treated In 3 bushel -white bags. All grown by p B ^ s B «?a»°%^^-^ KINCAIDE SEED & GRAIN Shalloa-ater, Texas CABINETS Hand-carred furniture. Furniture repairing. Free estimates 581 * BAR«rs CABINET SHOP SHAvc. M Di3 | 3.3577 Bargains Galore LUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 H ONE Casa tractor with «-r075 equipment, rubber tires In good condition. One Casa tractor with 2-ros equipment, good condition. TEIFORD LUMBER CO. 1305 «tb Street Dial 7453 JOHK DEERE FEED MILLS Also Lett Fetd .\fills. All S l;es. Several sood used tractors, fvo aca four ro-a. AU reconditioned. J. 0. FORD IMPLEMENT CO, 1903-4-6 Av«. C SAVE , USEtl PH»E FITTINGS — VALVES SETTTNO MACHIXES —ted— TREMOR VACtCM CI-EA,NTRS Fret tfexonstratioa. Sold oa e«j pij- racnu. SCTT!C» aU mi'ics. Sherrod Hardware Co, f: .-.._::ds. S:aT "•"•"^r .- - - SI -"5 per b-.:^.eu Havj tiro .j_ aajDin-.r.i,- irctior.s of if.r-d with stpj- f»ie sets of s;n 3 ;i lrnpr.jvcn-.f=ti Sl.OO E:-.,';" e , r , a!!l .,""'- C»n be to- r-'Vi*'=-!..'°.? v ". < 'f '•OK-.rieAst cf Hfrefora,

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