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&"*!- "• .. -'• " ' ! . if S- Iv - , • • x , : ^P-AGE TWELVE—THE MORNING AVALANCHE .Uibbock/TexoySafrurdoy/Februory 28, 1942 Diol 4343 For Tiie AvoTartahe-JournaT 0'fffcei DIAL 4343 THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sell, Trade Or Rent Anything Katw, Bolt* and Bcnaircmc&tt *C Classified AdTcrlUioi Ol 1'bo • £a.te*. Rule* and Requirement* «( Clissifled Advertlsi^K OJ The Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday AvaIanche°Journal All classified BdrutUlng will appear ; la both the Morning and Afternoon papers. both papers counting one insertion. All classified advertising 1* printed In tte Labbock Moralng Avsluncte first *nd the Dally Jonmtl of the taite date, no classified oriffinattns In the afternoon paper. n&uUU4 tor Sunday'* issue «lll ftppe&r IB th« Avalanche-Journal eountlcjj one lasert'ao u the paper Is seat to »U subscribers of Mtb the afternoon »»a morning papers. EFFECTIVE JAUUARY 16, 1819 AVATANCHZ-JOOBHAl, Combined Rate« 10 Word Minimum id*.f, pec»9rd ..... ..— 4c 1 dare. Per word - • - - • K I days, per cord . - . 8c 4 dayt, per vord ..... • lOc 7 days, per vord . 12c These rates lor consecutive Insertion, only. 4H out-of-town ads received by mall JEUEI t» cash irtth order, No exception. "XO RS3TJND" on Jid stooped alter H bat appeared to paper. VIAL 4M3 OUT experienced ad taker *ffl itcerre 7001 al and nclp yon to vx>rd It than ear collector will call the following day. rHSSB ACCOUNTS ARE "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" FOR otra PATRONS AND FOR OXE DAY ONLY. So advertisements accepted on an "untU forbid™ order. A specified number of tn- sertioei mast be given. We reserve the right to place as. advertisement under the proper da&slrl ca- tion i-v* reject unclean or objectionable eopy. OMtnarlej **^ carets ot **«**•« at regular classified sdvertlslss rates. rhs publishers are not responsible lor cop; omissions, typographical tnors or an; 'unintentional error that may occur further than, to correct It neat issue after It ii brought to their attention. AU Advertising orders are accepted oa th'B satis only. rha Avalanche-Journal can not b» rr.5pon- slbla for more than one incorrect insertion of a classified ad. Advertisers Ehould cheek their ads on first day of publics- tics ssd **""~<<*t»ly itoti'y thA Classified Department tf any mistakes occur. Classified Adrartlslnj accepted until 8:00 p. m. on week days and Eatord&ys. For classified display advertising: iMer- mtton — DIAL 1313 SO DISCOXTDTDE AN A» •otfcr* to Discontinue &a Ad most be • tivea after 8 a. m. and before 6 p. m. to cotoa member of the Classified Advertisement Department. We cannot be responsible- for notice given beforo or, after tbess hoorv, and to members of same other POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS OFF THE RECORD Notice To The Public A* Avalaneha-JoDmal is a member •! ttm Association of Newspaper Classified Adrertlstos Managers, which Includes lead- iae Newspapers througlioat the country tat has as 1U aim th« elimination at frawrnlEtvt «a* mlaleidlmc Classified Ad- Announcements 1— Lodges and Societies TeSovhotUi Lodga Ko. 811 A. P. and A. M, Stated communication! the First nigbt «eb month. JOHN H. PORTWOOD. W. IL HUGH 3. McCLELiAN Secretary. 2—Floral and Nursery WHITESIDE HURSERY Sss n* for' select nursery stocfc Including The Avalanche-Journal Publishing Company has been authorized to present the fiames of the following citizens as Candidates tor office subject to fie action nt the Democratic Voters at then- Primary Election on Saturday. July 2i>, 1S42 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, Court of Civil Appeals (7th Dist AmarUlo) E. C Nelson of Potter County FOR DISTRICT A.TTORNEY 72nd Judicial District Burton S Burks, Re-Eiection) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CLERK. Royal Furgeson, CRe-Election) FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, CRe-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR H. B. Bryan, CRe-Election) FOR COUNTY 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-Election) R. L Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE t G. V. Pardue, CRe-Electioa) FOR .COUNTY TREASURER Winnie-Roberts Coleman (Reelection, 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G.. K. Horton, (Re-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, (Re-Election) C Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E. Gray, CRe-Election 2nd Term) T. L. Holt Ottis Isom PRECINCT 4 Newton Stokes, CRe-Election, 2nd Term) V. J. Farris FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE PRECINCT I, 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 Financial I 13-A—Help Vi anted, Female WANTED: Experienced office help to work extra. Prefer married woman who will work extra and will be dependable when needed. Reply care Hot 43, A7alan:he- Journal. giving qualifications &nd xefer- enca. 13-C—Salesmen Wanted Financial 15—Insurance & Investments \rtti tisn or ooo» iN'sii»>nceJ Whatever 3fou Have Wherevtr You Are 'We were looking for a honeymoon love nest when he comes across this ADORABLE bachelor apartment!" Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 613 13th DIAL 5718 acd 39 T&rletiu of rojji. FREE LANDSCAPE AXJ3 DETJTEET SERVICE &£H« North of Tech College on LlttlsBetd Highway. BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us for complete PUNTING GUIDE 2 mi. on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 S. P. A. GRADE MARKED <KILN OEIED LDMBEB) Largest stock. We can fill jour material bill complete In most cases. Call us for competent carpenters and painters. talO— 8 light Plain Rail Windows, 2 sash __ light Plain Rail , 3 sash _ 24x14—2 light Check Rail CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS -3 light check 24x24 Rail 2' —D"I6'—0"—Ilk" 5r panel door, each 2'—6"xs'—6"—tVi" fix panel door, each, 2'—8"x6'—6"—1%" glass door, each _ 2x4 and 2*6 No. 3, per hundred Subject to the action of the City of Lubbock Voters in the Election on April 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 Fads About Shrubbery Of o o a r s e you want to get tho most and best effect for your money when you ouy nursery stock. Then ba sara to see the oldest nursery firm in Lubboct. Ast us for free Information. We know what trill grow and vrhera to plant It. Fruit Trees, regular _ Announcements 4—Personal Notices 1x12-boxing, good giadi, per hundred Cement, per sack -Wall paper canvas, per yard -Room lot vallpaper __— A good cheap whits paint, gallon Oriental Ezterlor Stucco; per sack $1.35 $1.55 $1.55 $1.85 $2.65 $2.90 $3.75 $3.50 $4.50 69c Doors -panel, any size led Fence (4-ftJ 0-foot roll _ 5-lb. Roll- ioofing ____ 5-lb. Roll hoofing __ -, 5-lb. Roll looting __ iO-lb. Roll Roofing, slate 00-lb. Sack Asphalt Asphalt Felt Per Roll _ 4-in. Gypsum 3oard %-in. Gypsum 3oard ______ •4-ia. Gypsum Board _____ in. Liner 3oard __ 4" No. 1 se^er pipe, per loot --W fir Tall board. per ITC quare leet $1.00 OP ^ $1-49 _ $1.90 17 l-2c $4.50 BULL PEN 750,- only per doz. 50c Dogwood, butterfly bush, flowering peach, regular tl, each, two for __' Prissy plants, per doz. TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading.Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st Si. Dial 8561 Stock ol Smooth. Straight CHINESE ElMS and other shade trees. RED BDD: Bloara- Inj siTB.SOc- to $1.50 smaller sizes iSc and up. . .' ' Evergreens. Flowering Shrubs. Bnlbj, Strawberries. KERSHNER NURSERY V. Ml. E. of &ve. H oa Sl8£on EJjh—ay TMPHO7ED, homegrown, everbearing. Oe!n Stra-scbsrry planU. 100, S1.25 prepaid. I»- W. Williamson, Route 6, Lubboci, Texas. Arizona Cypress Evergreens Clyt.der billed and barlapp-d. Trees average t^o feet In height. Priced low CQ.,. MADAME (ORLENE Consult m» today about jour love, marriage or business problems. Palm, readings f5 d . D^BWlcsy analysis. N ear business dlS- trict. Readings 50c and up Lumber, all kinds, pick St out. per hundred ______ $2.65 BOWMAN LUMBER CO, Your Friendly Lumber Dealer 1415 Ave. I. Dial 2-3503 Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors FHA lumber sold rllrect. Save EAST TEXAS SAWMILLS Avtnger. Teias STEEL Ornamental HOD ot »D kind*. Potch r»0» »nd lavn fences. Wtra work ch»ln Uni fences. LUBBOCK STEEL WORKS 111 ATS. O OUI 8751 HAHDWABE SB /eet 3-ply garden cose Heavy garden rakes at each Lloyd Nelson 2 allies west ol College Av e on 34th St. Tyler Roses Complete line of cnrjer? steels. Prices yo'J can afford to pay. Coitc by und make your selections. •HaB Nursery Caprock Lumber Co. 19lh St. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 DEPAETMEXT $3.98 98c . $4.98 _„_. $1.20 $1.45 $2.95 $2.25 90c 6—Beauty Parlors •' HALBERT'S BEADTS SHOP Corner 8th and Ave. M Dial t-. $2.00 Sanders oU Sl.O S3.00 permanent - $1.5 SS.OO permanent - tJJi Plain shampoo and set ______ 8—Business For Sale FOR SALE: Modern cleaning plant, price reasonable. Box 133 or phone 20, Ajnherst Tesas. CAFE for lale with living quarters, price reasonable. 218 Ave. H. lots on Texas. shop, l highway. See quarters with Fred Vay, Rails INDEPENDENT service station for ml or lease. Dial 3-2232. Apply Llndsey O: Co. Ill North College Ave. SACRIFICE Light wbcelbirrowg SpadJcg forts . SprinSlers _ 2 qt. Pyrcx doable- bolle-.-s _ Pyrex pans siiiletj HOCGH lumber cheap. WSo!esa>. retail JicSEoa Brothers sawir.'.ll. Ocate, .'iew Mexico via IVagon Mound. 22lr-19tb St. 4 —Personal Notice* MADAM LEAADA here for fe-= IStb. Dial 7657. Cays, 1913- 'ROP. Lswson. asfo'ogy, cart? readings. !l aifairs 22id Main. Dial 84118. froai An-.ye erttrtly differ- 1912-ltth. Dial 757B. PMRGVIA strologtsf and P«ychologisl Expert advice ot) business. Icrre, Special Readmgs SOc Hour*. 10 a ai to 19 p. m. d«Uj «7o Are. J, Apartaeai B IUBBOCK IRON & METAL CO. — STEEL —CSED Winnows, Sta'-rwajE. Anglcx chinneli Beams IBU Ave. H D!»i «93: 5—Business Services Local retail business sross silejs 118,00 per year: owner has other business later CEts and will sell at sacrifice, or trade To real estate or cood property of e value. WAKEFIELD & CO.. 1620 Broadway Dial S30 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries Business Service -B—^-Building Supplies and Contractors GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY Charge Sales No Deliveries $3.00 $3.75 ,90 $1.10 $135 $2.00 $1-50 $1.75 ._ $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $2.50 Priorities Have Not Threatened Our Sales 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 newspaper. McFARLAHD-MAISEN CO. J. E. MAiSEN. Mgr. 1107 Miln Dial 4651 16—City and Farm Loans LOANS We are prepared to make your farm and ranch loan at a low rate of Interest it will pay you to £ee 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. LubbocS Hotel B!dg. GREEN BROS. Dial 1222 F.H.A. loans to Improve your farm and refinance old loans. 20 years to pay 4!~. per cent Interest. t Low rate Insurance company loans, 20 and 25 years to pay. . Briley & Jay Room 204, Conley Bldg. P. O. Box 221, Dia! 5411 For Yonr Own Defense 13-D—Help Wanted Provisional surfaced Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice. GEO.W.GRAY LUMBER COMPANY 4th & College Texas & 23rd THOUSANDS OF ASSEMBLY MECHANICS AND INSPECTORS NEEDED IN AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY ~ MEN. 18 TO 65; WOMEN 18 TO 40 - Through government-approved school can you get your government A. and E. license We can qualify you In seven weeks as an assembly mechanic (the shortest and most definite route to a good aircraft Job). W* will help you finance your training. Build for the future. Do your bit. SWALLOW AIRPLANE CO. WICHITA. KANSAS , Government-Approved Aircraft and Engine Mechanic Training C. A. A. Certificate 102 Lubbock Office: 612 Myrick Bide;. W» Build « H«m* Will rinanc» Iniuz* Ii Miscellaneous 18—Furniture For Sale TWO-PIECE jiving room suite, youth's bed, and large traveling bag. JOOJ-llth. Livestock 19-A—Poultry & Supplies 300 YO'JNO laying leghorn hens far sale. R. W. SyJrett, '.i mile south 14th and Ave. P. JOlLN SPIF.'M CDDIZ SEU.EKS Spikes-Sellers Complete stock, ot furniture, rtovei. streets. We trade for tour used fumltora. 1311 13th St. . Dial »-J131 T. J. GILL FURNITURE We fluy'Or Trade For Tour USED FCRN1TURE EXPERl STOVE REPAIRING All kinds of gas'ranges or heaters Repaired. Also upholstering, furniture repairing and finishing. 1812 Avenue H Dial 6341 HIGHEST easb bidder* on used turnituie Harold Griffith 1212-13tb Dial 1-3491 Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale Highest Prices Paid For Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Wool, Tallow. HORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. , Dia) (442 East 19th »n 0 Santa Fe Trscij • Read & Bondurant Compleii and Lean 1210 Ave. J 5«rrle« DIAL 745B 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries See Us For Cleaning Of Your Rugs and Upholstering Lubbock Laundry , Dial 6651 IQOI 10-B—Professional Service DR. J. W. PHILLIPS DENTIST 237 Lubboct Kat'L Blilg. Ltreaocs Dim] J-3M1 12—Woman's Column SDJT3. dresses and alterations, priced reasonable. 1608 Ave. N. Dial 2-1317. WILL keep your children by hour or week. Dial 7070. DRESSMAKING, alterations, buttonholes suits and coats. 805 Ave Q. Dial 995B. Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male WANTED: Middieaged colored couple to work oa farm. Woman to hrlp o-ith housework. William Fritz, 5th house on Buffalo Springs road. WANTED: Mlddleagtd couple for hotel work. Experience unnecessary. Dial Mr. Taylor, 5031. WANTED: Two mer? for bakery trucks. Must be able to meet public. Neat app*ar- ance. Write Box 36, Avalanche-Journal. WANTED: Young married man tclth experience to handling milch cows, hogs and chickens on farm near Lubbock. Also must be able to handle tractor. H. L. MtCAULEY * Miles North Oa College Ave. Dial 1-98.16 Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES PANTS 15c lOc lubhock Pub. Stenographic Service SI2 Myrick Building Lubooct, Texas 3IAM1E XV. BRUCE Shorthand Reporter Dial 5682 Res. 9360 INCOME TM SERVICE BurineiS and Tas Records For VLI Types ot Business. Personal Tax Reports Made. Maorv-Uenry Cii. lac. ED. H. BAKER G. n. CRAIG -V.sociatcs ROCTI 222 Lubbock Nat:cr.5l Blcz. • Phone 2-1132 Cash and Carry STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy Suits Plain Dresses Cash and Cany Whitworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4552 All work guaranteed DIAL ««. Let the Ad later oeip yea to find eurer* for th'_- mr« ruerui nrllcTes in your r.oare rooms, sttsc »nd ^tortroom. WAXTED: Colored couple for farm work. Crop and salary. J. A. Sears, Route t Lubboc*. OR woman manager for drlve-'.n Salary plus percentage profits. Call 2-9282 or write Box S!. Avalanche-Journal. WANTSD: Farm family, share crop or waftes. Box 45 Avalanche. WANTED—Experienced tractor mechanic. Auto Tractor Co., Allis-Cha'.mers dealer 1217-19 Avenue G. Dial 8103. wo boyi to wort for mealj 13-A—Help Wanted, Female WASTEC'-: White Rirl for housework and vare of child. Room, board, salary. Write P. O. Box 837, Lubbock. stt.ting experience. WANTED: Houskceper. Room, board, ary. Dial 5884. WANTED — Experienced beauty operator $13 weefc guaranteed. Mrs. T. >. Lindley Sejain^le. Texas, MAID wanted. House furnished and sal ary. Dial 7512. "LADIES lafce orCCTs lor cotton, silk ani nylon hosiery, itack j-uits. Im^erir an men's apparel. S'.'n.'ational new sprir. line styles just out. Sampics furr;shrd an bcnur. Opcnir.?s In Lu'obocfe and neath counties. Write Rcals>lt Hosiery Miil' Wilson Blrif,-.. Dallas." CITY, FARM .OR RANCH LOANS As financial correspondent tor the' Con. neticut mutual' lite Insurance company.-1 am prepared to mate you a loan *t • new low Interest rate. IF IT IS A GOOD LOAN I CAJi ISIASK IT CLAUDE B. HURLBUT Citizens NafL Bant Bldg. _• Dial 692S 16-B—Money To Loan Money To Loan Diamonds, wetches, guns, radios, typewriters or anything ot value. LICENSED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS ' GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1203 Broadway Dial 8161 KEETON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle'and hogs, Dia! KR71 collect. See Us For Keeton's Western Brand Tankage We pay highest prices for hogs. FOK ?OOB TOP S!AEKET PBICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM iNDEPEKBENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2427 H Dial 4307 MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS With rears of breeding experience behind them. From carefully c-.il!ed and blood- tested flocks. Straight run and sexed chicks. Hatching days eacb Tuesday and Friday. • • . • MURPHREVS HATCHERY 1364 Ave. H • D! B I 6022 Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments PIANOS: Carload, new tnd used. Clem N. Gause. 2014—18th »t. Piano Tuning & Repairing 7213 21th Dial 4«i C. B. CIVELX Lubbock, Texas 20-A—Radios RADIO SERVICE B. C. XEEFE Located at Beard Rubber Co 1306 Ave. H . Dial 4BSI Formerly OI Montgomery Waid 21—Miscellaneous For Sale "0 WHITE LEGHORN p».!!e« 4"i tr> R onths o.'d, 100. white leen'orn "puflets 6 eeks old. 3501-23rd. FRESH young milch cows for sale. Wells. 37th and Ave O. B. C, 35 HEAD Jersey springer heifers. Best of quality, i',i miles west ot Shallowater. Farmers! Come and get your tiSck. WOODY FARMS 19-A—Poultry & Supplies POULTRY WANTED No. 1 Fryers. I 3 ,i to'2V* Ibs. No. 1 Heavy Hens, over 4'/i Ib5. ITc No. 1 Light Hens and all Leghorns_ 15c No. 1 Tom Turkeys Ific No. 1 Hen Turkeys jgc ( HALL Dial 2-93! 1 or S441 1805 Ave. B QUALITY HATCHERY 341 Avenue H Oncls Sam need* moro eggs for defense. Vou can supply them with pullets from our nigh-powered vitamin fed freb ranee Ooclss. TRAIN IN LUBBOCK Day and Night Classes 1400-1402 Avenue J Ve offer a.4 to 6 -neeics course under fac- orr conditions in the fundamentals of Aircraft Construction. Hundreds placed rom our Houston school in ell major air- raft factories. Tools, Uniform and Textbook Furnished MEN and WOMEN 18 to 50 18 to 35 President Roosevelt In his recent Kreside chat stated— "PRODUCTION IS THE KEIfTOTE" •We- are seeking more men and women to run our plants. We arc working longer hours." IF YOU WANT A JOB PULL OFF YOUR COAT, 24 HOUHS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK Earn $40 lo $50 Per vVeek. The cost Is surprisingly low. Pmrt tuition —balance after being employed In alr- t Sndustry. No Red Tape No Delay 'A limited number of students Till be allowed to" wort out part of their tuition.' Please Investigate! See or Write Bob Burns, Chief Registrar Open week days and Sunday unlil 8 p.m. Aero-Crafts Institute HOO-02 Avenue J Lnbhotk. Te»« (Associated with Houston Aeronautic*! Trade School, Houston. Tex. and Bxile Service, Austin, Tel.) . WOMEN AND MEN AIRCRAFT OFFERS A skilled trade that pays well In icur OT HCe. Frye's 6-wce'u training under factory procedure is reccgnizcd »s a superior method by factory men who do the hiring, and is your guarantee of a successful career. Low cost, convenient pasments, all equipment furnished. Pay as you earn, TTOMES WANTED We win train women between the »?ej of 18 to 35 for position In defense factories "Help Build Them TO Fly" JACK N. McCRARY COSSUuTINO OFFICER FRTF. AIRCRAIT CO.. H VLLAS An Approved School LubbocV Office 1620 Broadway Dial 8301 SKILLED workers in greatest demand today are WELDERS for aircraft and ship yards and other national defense plants My system wiil prepare you In a few weeks. Dia! 8165 at niaht or see m<s at 50*-Broadwp.y. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. 14—Situations Wanted WOMAN- with henlth certificate, experienced ho«scwor;c. Dial 1-2417. after 8 B. m MECHAN-IC. prefer general repair, capable of handling equipment. Local references Dial 6558. EXPEKTCN'CED truck DlAl 2-27C9 or 9131. driver wa'its ]ob MAN WITH family work. 22« Are. H. and boy want farm SMALL- fnmiSy with two 1st class tracto; and combine men. Apply Little Hotel, C. L Nicholson. PRACTICAL nnrsc, cook or waitress de sires Job, 1814 Ave. S. IP DJ NEED ot 9S1S KcrseV Civ.b. practical nurre. Dia GTVB THE JOB ot rent In B or house, to the Waal Ad*. UCCft MAK1CV CAD IILI.&? riviiCi i vn INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? ^et us solve your money/worries with a fast—convenient personal loan. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. 4th Floor Myrick Bidg. Dial 4971 LOANS $5 To $100 SALARY AUTO FURN5TURE See Us Fjisl PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO, H05 Ave, L Dial 6942 = _ IM n if llf| J» V IGOR ^^""^ •• •. • a. Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory, with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks Ate Healthy Chicks Swift Haichery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock. Texai SMALL SECURED LOANS $10.00 to S75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009V& Texas Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes GOVERNMEjrr, business positions nov open. • Nex Delense Course prepares quiet- Free placement. Dracphon's College. ly- ENGLISH LEGUOEN FARM Boot lour order for baby chicts backed by a years ol improved breeding from trap- nest strain. All toundation stocS has come from 3 to 7 yr. o!d hens headed by R O P. males. Flocks" blood-tested for B. W D Baby chicks hatched in new all-electric, machines -and guaranteed to live. Austta- Whltes on Tuesday and Leghorns on Friday at reasonable prices. MRS. VANCE'S HATCHERY Shallowater. Texas See ns poultry. POULTRY WANTED for prices before you sell your 1609 I9tb 19TH ST. POULTRY Dial S-205 fROH STAgr_TO_ FfHISH 18—Furniture For Sale Highest Cash Prices PAID FOR CSED FORS1TCRK PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phone 4571 TOP Bam PRICES pala for Used turnlture Famlture, 1617-lStn. Dial 3-1661. S ft. 1M3 Coldspot refrigerator ------------$89.50 table-top, slightly- used pas range ___ „. S34.50 studio rocSers _ . Platform rockers _ Bedroom BfU-s. new S22.50 Inncrspring Furniture Bargains $85 $69.50 $28.50 $4.95 $10.95 $37.50 $14.95 $3.95 $7.95 $850 $7.95 $65.00 $395 WE BUY USED FURNITURE East Side Furniture 1105 Ave G Dial 2-3362 I.BBBOCK HATCHEBT Will sell this jear the best laying chlct at most reasonable prices. Kow open, v; still wan; more eggs. East of fair grou n. w. SIMS HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERTONS' Independent Dealer 2707 Avaine B D'.a! 601 Bed sprir.js, new Itoll-away bed _ ..... Breakfast room suits, nnfir.ishrd Chest of drawers _ S79.00 two-piece stnd:o couches 9x12 fclt-ba.=c AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS IEAD WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PRICES ARE EN LINTS Don't delay your chlcK buying'gr.y longe When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABL CHICKS yon get chicis lh»t are hatchc riftht, packed right _ DEPEXDABL CHICKS Even thougli you r-hould have 1 pay a [ittie more In additional co;t to KG my dependable chict« they will return t your many times over in estrs egg' extr profits The small.additional first cost an the Ion? run show you a greater profi where ths inferior low -jraSe chicts " nonej for you. Get yoar snare of the psuitrj profits. A mo-it a quarter ccr.tury of scientific ore-d ir.g for MORE EGOS . . BIGGER EGG BIGGER EIRV)S offer you an outstsnd m? ipportuuity fcr bister share of the- profirs. ' 3R SALE: S13S refrigerator, quicfc Eal». a. 1321-25th St. STOVES i Cook stoves to choose from, plenty of "late mode] oil stoves. We STILL liava le most complete line of used cloves on be SOUTH PLAINS. BUSTER FRENCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE 901 Ave. H • Phone 8133. FOOT Frlgidatie. good shape, $65.00: -pearlier J20.00. ll!l-19th. X3VELY B-plece china dinner set. omplete set chrystel. 2210 Main. Also Tractor tires cost less at Wards! f your present tires are worn-out; ake them to one of your author- zed county tire inspectors, (Wards vill be glad to inspect if in Lub- jock County) then see your tire rationing board If you secure ationing certificate, bring it wi your old tires or tubes'to Wards power-grip tractor tires. MONTGOMERY WARD SERVICE STATION - 13th and Tex. Ave., Lubbock, Tex. FOR SALE Hi-bred planting seed. 80r» germination. 'lanted one sear from Summerour's hl- ired seed. Reclcaoed, ceresan treated In 3 lushei white bags. All grown by F E Walker. O'Brien. Cexas. 120 bales ginned at once by O'Brien Co-op gin. Sec— K1NCAIDE SEED & GRAIN Snallowater. Texas FOR GOOD cheap [umber. See Hall Brothers. Route 4. Dial 2-9861 or 8352. CABIHETS 3and-carved furniture. Furniture r«palr- Ing. Free estimates BARLEY'S CABrStT SHOP 503 Ave, M Dial 2-SS7T Bargains Galore LUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 Ave. H ONE Cas« tractor with 4-row equipment, rubber tires In good condition. One Cass tractor with 2-row equipment good condition. TELFORD LUMBER CO. 1305 4th Street Dial 7153 JOHN DEERE FEED MILLS Also Lctz Feed Mills. .'JI sizes. Several good used tractors, two and four rows. A!] reconditioned. J. 0. FORD IMPLEMENT CO. 1902-4-8 Ave. C WHITE SETTING MACHINES —and— PREMIER TACCCM CLEA.VER5 Prca demonstration. Sold oa 'cajj cer.w. Servica sB makes. Sherrod Hardware J ay. SWEET Potato Seed—M.irylf..nd^. Stat« Certified . . . si.2.5 per bujhel. Have two !» adjoining sections of l.ind with separate sets of small Improvements SI CO per acre cafh rent. Can be farmed together. 10 miles foath-a.-t of Herelord C. T>.-r:)i5ton, l'i miles csst of Lubbock Route I. . HICKS' HATCHERIES Avenue H oial 5052 F.VERTTIiING ^^ NaHs. wi.ce! fcsrrowK. hccs. rafccj. shovclV"' pouit-y wire, rtovcs. iir.oieuin. fc5ds, Epi-;r.gs. livingroom'Siiits, dinncttcs studio couches matiresfc-:. swo wheel traitors cabir.rttcs' sewing machines, nr.d zinc tubs, lavatories'. THE BARGAIN HOUSE 3106 So. Ave, H '•'i -•i ES3t

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