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^TEN—THE MORNING Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday, March 3, 1942 Oial 4343 'For The Avalanche-Journal 6»teei lOlAL 4343 "THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sel, Trade Or Rent Anythin , Unln »nd Requirement! *t Clissificd Adverli»inr Of Tie Ratta. Rule* ».nd ReuuirernenU « Classified Advertising Of The . Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday Avalanche-Journal POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS both ttit iiorning and Afternoon p».p«r«, boih papers counting one insertion. All classified advertising Is printed ID the Lubbock Morning Avalscche first and the. Datlj Journal of the same date, no classified orie-natlng In thr ittemooP payer. Masslfito Joi auuu-r's i^ue »'»li »ppe»* In the Aialanche-Journal counting one insertion as the paper Is lent to all sub- (Crlben of both thf ifternoon »Bo •norclns ?ap<" EFFECTIVE JANUARY la. 1»*B ArALANCHE-JOOKNAl. Combined Rate* iO Word Uloimua I dar. perwtrd . . .. * e 3 days, ptr word . •. • -. • 6C 3 days, per word . »c 4 days, ptr word _^_————— loc I days, per word • 12c These rates lor eonsecutlye Insertion cniy. All out-of-town ads received by mail tnust be ci5h with order. No exception. "NO REFUND" on Nd ttopned alter H hts appeared to paper. DIAL tJW Out experienced «i talcer will r«tlTe your *4 and oelo you (o vor* It then ear collector will call the following day. rHESE ACCOUNTS ASE "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" FOR O0B PATRONS AND FOR ONE DAT ONLY. Ka advertisements accepted on »o "outU forbid" order. A specified number of Insertions must b* given, vra reserve the rijbt to place an advertisement under the proper classification and relert nne>an or ob]ect:onabit copy. Obituaries Ana c^rua u: in&nxs at refful^r classified advertising rates. The pu.blub.ers are not responsible lor copy omissions, rypocraphlcsl errors or any unintentional error that may occur further than to correct It next Issue after M Is brought to their attention. All advertising order* *r* nr.*-nT>d OD thiz basis only. rhft ATXlanche-Jouriiiii cun nui D« responsible for more than one. incorrect insertion of a classified ad. Advertisers «houlc checfc their ads on lirst day of publication and tmznedlattly notify the classi- Ued Department If any mistakes occur, classified AdT8«isir>j accepted until «:00 p. m. on ireefc day* and Saturdays. Por classified dlsyjlay idvertislnt infor- raation— U1AL 4543 TO DISCONTINUE AN AD Notice to Discontinue &n Ad must be ?lven after 8 a- m. and before 6 p. m.'to come member of the Clarified Advertut-^ ment Department. VTe cannot be responsible for notice siven before or after these hours, a^d to members of snme other dtparrment Notice To The Public • Tne ATal&nchs-Journal la a member •! the Association of Newspaper Classilied Adrertislng Managers, which Includes leading Newspapers throughout the country and has as Its aim the elimination ol fraudulent and BaWwirfln« <"na«*lft»rt Ac- OFF THE RECORD The Avalanche-Journai Publishing Company has been authorized to present the names of the following citizens as Candidates for office subject So trie action of the Democratic Vnters &t their Primary Election on Saturday, July 25, 1942 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. Court of Civii Appeals (7th Disl 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, CRe-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR H. B Bryan, (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY ATTOR-NEY Ralph Brock (re-election 2nd term) FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. Roy Boyd Claude L. Hale, CRe-Election 2nd Term) Employment 13-D- -Help Wanted Provisional Financial 16-B—Money To Loan 'Mazie, Baby, what's happened to the gay, carefree little girl I married?" Business Service K Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies Tellonhoust Lodge No. Stl A- F. and A. M. Stated communications the First Friday night each month. JOBW H. HUGH J. PORTWOOD. M.CCLELLAN W. U. Secretary. 2—Floral and Nursery BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us for complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 ini. on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 FOR COUNTV CLERK Ed D Allen, GRe-Election) R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G V Pardue. (Re-Klection) FOR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts Coleman (Reelection. 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G K Horton, (Re-£lection 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, CRe-Election) C. Z. Fine PRECINCT a Edgar E. Gray. <Rc- Election 2nd Term) T L Holt Ottis Esorn PRECINCT 4 . Newton Stokes, Qle-Elcction, 2nd Term) V J Fan-is 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 4-B—Building Supplies Contractors and BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 613 131h DIAL 5718 S. P. A. GRADE MARKED CRU.N DRIED LUMBER) 1x6 No. 2 rough fencing, per hundred IxS yellow pine shiplsp. per hundred 2x+ and 256, good No. 3, per hundred 1x12 YP boxing, dry and bright; per hundred 1x12 sheeting boards, per hundred BULL PEN Lumber: All kinds pick it out. per hundred POULTRY NETTING Fads About Shrubbery nursery lirm in Ot co ur i « you want to get the most and best effect for your money when you ?uj nursery stock. Then b« sure to see the oldest Lubbocic. Ask us for free grow and CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the action of the City o* Lubbock Votci'5 iii 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 Announcements Information. We know what where to plant it. Fruit Trees, regular CC 75c, only •?«* per doz. Dogwood, butterfly bush, flowering (£1 peach, regular si. each, two for "r ' Pnssy plants. ^(\r- per doz. -' uc TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st Si. Dial 8561 Large Stock of Smooth. Straight CHINESE ELMS and.other shade trees. RED BUD: Dloom- inj size SOc to 31.50 smaller sizes I5c and up. Evergreens. Flowering Shrubs. Bulbs, Strawberrlci. KERSHHER NURSERY '.4 "Mi. E. of Ave. H on Slaton Highway Business Service -Personal Notices MADAME CORIENE READEH Consult me tocla'y abou: your love, mir- riage or business problems. Palm readings and phrenology analysis. Near business district. Headings 50c and up. $4.50 $3.75 $3.50 $4.50 $3.75 $2.65 $1.35 $1.95 $2.35 $2.95 $3.85 $4.65 STUCCO NETTING WIRE $2.35 $3^40 $4,25 $6.25 $7.45 $1.90 69 c $4.50 $4.95 $5.75 $6.85 12 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll _ 13 lnch-2-20, 150 It. roll 24 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. Toll 36 inch-2-20, 150 ft. roll 48 inch-2-20. 150 ft. roll 60 150 ft. roll Business Service -B—Building Supplies and Contractors GEO. W. GRA^f LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliver] $3.00 $3.75 .90 $1.10 $135 $2.00 $1.50 $1.75 $2.50 $3.00 $3«50 $2.50 surfaced Doors 5-panel, any size _. Red Fence (4-ft.) • 50-foot roll 35-lb Roll Roofing 45-!b Roll Roofing 55-lb Roll Roofing . 90-lb Roll Roofing, slate 100-lb Sack Asphalt Asphalt Felt Per Roll ; Vi-in Gypsum Board %-in Gypsum Board '. VS-in Gypsum Board Vi-in Liner Board Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice TRAIN IN LUBBOCK . Day and Night Classes . 1400-H02 Avenue. J We offer a 4 to S weeks course under factory conditions in the funcamentals* of Aircraft Construction. Hundreds placed from o;>r Houston schooj in all major aircraft factories. Tools, Uniform and Textbook Furnished MEN and WOMEN 18 to 50 18 to 35 President Roosevelt In his recent fireside chat stated— "PRODUCTION IS THE KEYNOTE' 'We are seeking inorc men and women to run our plants. We are working longer hours." IF YOU WANT A JOB PULL OFF YOUR COAT. 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK Earn S40 to S50 Per Week. The cost is surprisingly low. Part tuition now—balance after being employed in alr- cratt industry. No Red Tape No Delay "A limited number of siudpnts will be allowed to work out part of their tuition/' Please Investigate! See or-Write NEED MONEY TOR IHCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your money worries with a fast—convenient personal loan. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. 4th Floor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 Livestock 19-A—Poultry & Supplie« MURPHMY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS With ynars at breeding experience Behind them, Frora carefully culled and blood- tesfid flacks. Straight run and eexed chicles. Hatching days each Tuesday and Friday. HUMPHREY'S HATCHERY 136* Ave. R Dial 8025 Miscellaneous 21—Miscellaneous For Sal* • CABINETS Haad-tarved furniture. Furniture repait- tng. Free estimates. BARLEY'S CABINET SHOP 5BJ. Ave. M Dial I-3J17 SMALL SECURED LOANS $10.00 to $75.00 WESTER "Banket- to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009W; Texas Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes NEW CONDENSED secretarial course pre pares quickly for Jobs ' In government military, business offices. Draughon's Col lege. IM IGOR jtality SAVE up "50% USED'PIPE , " SITTINGS — VALVES - Central Pipe & Supply Co. 2611 Ave. H. Dial 58$ 1 Let Swilt's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swifi Hatchery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock, Texas . WHITE SEWING MACHINES - , — and— . . PKEMIEB VACUUM CLEANERS Frst demonstration. Sold on easy ments Service til mikes Sherrod ^Hardware pay- 18—Furniture For Sale ouriis, ^niei r\cgisLro.r Open week days and Sunday until 8 p.m. Aero-Crafts Institute 1JOU-U:; Avenue J . Lubbock, Texas <Associated with Houston Aeronautical Trade School, Houston. Tex. and Halle Fljinjf Service, Austin, Ter.) WOMEN AND MEN AIRCRAFT OFFERS A skilled trade that pays well In war or peace. Prye's 6-wcek training under fac- tory'procedure is recognized as a superior method by factory men who do the hiring.* and is your guarantee of a successful career. Lor; cost, convenient payments, all equipment furnished. Pay as you earn, WOMEN' WANTED . We will train.women between the ages of 13 to 35 for position in defense factories. "Help Build Them To Fly" JACK N. MtCR&RY CONSULTING OFFICER • FRYC AIRCRAFT CO.". DALLAS An Approved School Lubbock'Office 1620 Broadway Dial 8301 John Spikes Eddie Sellers Spikes-Sellers 1 FURNITURE Complete stock furniture. Stoves, carpets. We trade !or and buy your used furniture. i211-13th. Dial 2-2121.,• See us poultry. 1609 19th POULTRY WANTED tor prices oefore you sell your 19TU ST. PODLTRT Dial 2-2051 EVERLAY NOTICE FARMERS! Tractor tires cost lets lit Wards! If your present tires are worn-out, take them to one of your author-, ized county tire inspectors, (Wards will be glad to inspect if in Lubbock County) then see your tire rationing board If you secure a rationing certificate, bring it with your old tires or tubes, to Wards lor low, money-saving prices on power-grip tractor tires. Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE NO. 2 Billy Spikes. Mgr. WE WANT TO BUY Oil TRADE YOUB USED FURNITURE- Also a complete stock new furniture. 1214 Ave. H. Dial 6462. . FROM START TO FINISH'. l-'OR YOUR TOP MARKET PRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE i? nun i uuridn i SERVICE STATION 13th and Tex. Ave., Lubbock, Tex. 2427 Ave. H Dial 4307 EVER\'TIUNG Nails, wheel barrows,. hoes, rakes, shovels poultry wire, stoves, linoleum, 'beds, springs livlngroom sul^s. dlnricttes, studio couches mattresses, two wheel trailers, cabinettes sewing machines." and zinc tubs, lavatories THE BARGAIN HOUSE 320S So Ave. B' Dial 6331 14—Situations Wanted Highest Cash Prices PAIL) FOIl USED FURNITURE PLAINS FURNITURE CO. . Phone 4571 TOP Bain PRICES Data lot used furniture Furniture 1617-lStn Dtai 2-1661. AMBITIOUS Tech boy desires part-time job after 1:30' p. m. Dial 2-2328. 2317-13th. £2, 150 ft. roll 13 inch-1-20, ISO'ft. roll : 24 lnch-J-20, 150 it- roll 36 inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll 43 Inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll Oriental Stucco, per' sact Cement, per sack HVinch fir -srallboard. per square . Poultry and Rabbit Fence 43 ln-4-17. 150 ft. .roll 60 inch-4-n. ISO !t. roll 43 lnch-6-HV4. 10 rod roll hog wire, per roll LUMBER COMPANY 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries ANNOUNCING A new service to you. If-you live close to CoKcsc avc., drop your cleaning at 1303 College Avc.. Morris pick-up station, for your convenience. All cleaning done at the main plant. Same courteous service as shown you at— Whitworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4562 All work guaranteed YOUNG 'fcch coy desires part-time job alter ^ p. m. 332 Horn Hall. Texas Tech. WOMAN with health certificate, experienced housework. Dial 2-2417. after 9 a. rri. MECHANIC, prefer general repair, capable Dial 6558. SMALli family with two 1st class tractor and combine men. Apply Little Hotel, C. L. Nicholson. 1 IP DJ tvEED of practical 9313. Nurses' Club. • nurse. Dial IMPROVED, hotncsrown, everbearing. Gem Strawberry plants. 100. JI-25 prepaid. L. W. Williamson, Route 6. Lubbock. Texas. Tyler Roses Complete line of nursery clock. Prices joa can afford to pay. Come by and make jour selections, Hub Nursery i215-IStb SL Iil5 Are. L Dill 2-3J03 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors FHA QUALITY lumber sold direct. Save 30SI. We have NO agents or lumber yards. Tract delivery. Write for catalogue. EAST TEXAS SAWMILLS Avingcr, Texas •BOWMAN LUMBER CO. Tour Friendly Lumber Dealer 5 —Business Services Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES FURNISHED apartment, near College wanted. Care lor children for part. rent. 2416 21st. Garage Apartment. COUPLE wants place, to care for chickens, hogs, etc. 1803 Avenue T. cows, Financial PANTS 15c lOc FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE —See— JOHN 1~ VATJGHAN'. Public Accountant No Boots to Sell. Tax Serrlce Instead. 1106-A Texas Ave. Tel. 6011 STEEL Ornamental Iron ot an »nd latro fences. Wire fences. work Porch »a« chain Unk Lubbock Pub. Slenographic Service 611 Mvrlck Building t-ubhock, Texas MAMIE tV. BRUCE Shorthand Reporter Dial S682 • Res. 95SO 6—Beauty Parlors LUBBOCK STEEL WORKS 2H Ave. O Dl»l 5781 WH1TESIOE NURSERY Sen us To; select curscrj s:ocS including shade and frnit trees, shrubs, evergreens and 30 varieties of roses. FREE LANDSCAPE AND DELIVERS SERVICE -Mile North ot Iccb ColUge on Uttlelleld Highway. NICE ^trswherry plants SI.03 psr hundred. 3 mi}e£ on Siaton Highway, Camr* Boquct- Sprlnkltrs -1 qt_ Pyre* da3b]», )oilers _J __ Ftrex sauca pans _ - 3—Lost ar.d Found I.OST black -prSth -white, rr.nle ScrewiaH Bulldog, reward. 2611 Avcune L. Disl I-I433. 4 —Personal Notices MADAM IXAADA hers for I6th. Dial 7657- d»js- 1311- Caprock Lumber Co. lath 51. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 DEPARTMENT $3.98 98c $4.98 $1.20 $1.45 $2.95 $2.25 90c HARDWARE 50 i'ees 3-pIy garden toss HeiTT garden rates tight wheelbarrows- Spading forks SPRING PERMANENT SFECIAI.S $6.50 permanent . <tO CQ wave fw.^w 1VAVEI, BEATJTT SHOP 1009-15th St. Dial 61"2 Cash and Carry STINSOH'S 1708-10 Bdwy 16—City and Farm Loans far Your Own Defense 1 Build * Horn* W« Will Finance t^d IniuzB It Read & Bcndurani Complete Inxtiranc* «£d Furniture Bargains $85 $6950 $28 50 $4.95 $10:95 $37.50 $14.95 $3.95 $7,95 $8,50 $7.95 $65.00 .$395 6 ft. 1939 Coldspot- refrigerator " 583.50 table-top, slightly used gas range . S34.50 studio divans , L. Nea- rockcrs —L Platform rockers , „ Bedroom ultcs. new 522.50 Inncrspring mattreis I Bed springs, new ^^__ Roll-away bed Breakfast room suits, unfinished Chest of drawers $79.00 two-piece. , studio couches 0x12 felt-base AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PRICES ARE IN LINE Doo't dcls-y your • :b1cK ouytng any longer. When you purchase HICKS'-DEPENDABLE CHICKS you set chicks'that are hatched right, packed right ' — DEPENDABLE CHICKS Even though you should have to pay a little more in additional cost to get my -dependable chicks they will return to your many times over in rstra eggs, extra 1 profits The'small additional first cost arid the long run show you a greater profit: where the Inferior [ow grade chicks lose money for you. Get your share ot the poultry protits. Almost a quarter century of scientific breeding for MORE EGOS . BIGGER EGGS BIGGER BIRDS offer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger share of these profits. . '. "Model N Port Worth Spudder. Powered 200 International. 15" to 6" tools, mounted on Indiana Truck, $1,400.00. Would trade in on farm close to Lubbock. Paul Pierson. Seagraves, Texas." 2400 PIECES OP SHEET CRON. 30c per sheet, 38 inches long and 33 Inches wide. ?OU CAN BUILD A GOOD SHED CHEAP TOM FRENCH 2ND HAND STORE 1827 Ave. H Lubboct. Texas Dial 4371 RODND. T-BONE. LOIN STEAK.. 35c LB.. BOLOGONA. 12'Ac. BEEP ROAST. 15-20 snd.25c LB BEST GRADE. 16th St ana M. C. ISOTD Ave. D Dial W31 HICKS' HATCHERIES 1829 Avenue H Dial S012 Get now. DON'T WAIT thst used rccor.dkior.CQ $30 UP WE BUY USED FUHKITURE East Side 1105 Ave G Furniture Dial 2-3382 HIGHEST cash bidders an used furniture. Harold Griffith . HEHS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERTOHS' Dealer TERMS—See Them Now HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. 1311 Broadway Dial 7118 .FOR SALE Independent 2707 Avoiue H Dill 6012 1213-nth 'Dial 3-3421 10-B—Professional Service DR. J. W. PHILLIPS 337 Lubbock DENTIST Nan. Blig. LTJBBOCK Dill 1-3301 H ALBERT'S BEAUTY SHOP Corner 8th and Ave. M Dial z-3253 S3.00 Sanders oil Sl.M S3.00 permanent St-50 J5.00 permanent S2.50 Flala shampoo »nd ret . S5o 8-^-Business For Sale still cti ROUGH luir.btr cheap. Wholesale, retill. ckson Brothers . e -awm:ll. Ocate. New Mexico via Wagon Mour.d. STATION, shop, living quarters with 2 lots on highway. Sec Fred Vay, Rails, Texas. 12—Woman's Column STJITS. dresses and alterations, priced reasonable. 1608 Ave. N. Dial 2-1317. CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOANS > financial correspondent tor the Con- eucnt mutual U2e Insurance, company. ] am prepared to make TCU & loan at • new Interest rate. IF IT 13 A GOOD LOAN I CAN MAKE IT CLAUDE B. HURLBUT Cltbteoi NafJ, Banx Bldg. _ Dial 5922 "WILlj keep your children by hour or week. Dial 7070. Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male BHTVZ-T;J CAFE, $950.00 cash, one block from Texas Tech. Gross receipts 1941 over $10,000.00. Dial 8194. FOR SALE: Modern cleaning plant, priced rea^onzble. Box 133 or. phone 20. Amnerst, Texas. INDEPENDENT service station for sale or lease. Dial 2-2232. Apply Llndsey Oil Co. Ill North. College Ave. WANTED: Middlea^cd couple for hotel work. Expei ience unnecessary. Dial Mr. Taylor, 5031. "WANTED "Wri:te couple: Woman riouee- kecpcr. man gardener. Room, board, salary. Dial 2-2545. MAN OR woman manaier for drive-In Sallrv plu^ pcrccntlSD profits. Call 2-9232 or write Box 51, Avalanche-Journal. WANTED CAFE for sale -with living quarters, priced reasonable. 213 Ave. H. "FOR SALE: Established Ladles Ready- !o-TCsr Shop, selling qusli'.y merchandise. Good localion. reasonable rent. Ill health. Box 925, Carlsbad. N:w Mexico." PRO? Lawson, aslro-oRy, card readlngi. all affairs. 1628-Sih. Dial 3-3317. READINGS frjtn Amye entirely dlffer- cit 1912-Hth. Dial 7578. PATROVIA expert ttjvlce and Psychologist boi'.aeis. !ovt, Roars: 10 «- m. £20 Are. J. to '* v- — Apartment B HOW DOES TOUT Bulls • worM For qulcr terries ana repairs see Radios. IOA Classification U> the Want /id*. IUBBOCK IRON & METAl CO. NEW—-STEEL —CSED s. StaVrcajs. Ar.jlcx. Channel! Beattu Av*. B DIM «3 5—Business Services LOOK FOLKS Roof painting a specialty. No Job too complicated. No waii worry. Res. 1525 I9lh Dial 2-27S7. INCOME TAX SERVICE BUfirieu and Tai Kecords For All Type of Business. Personal Tax Reports Mad' .Macry-Henry Co. Inc. EO. n. BAKER G. H. CRAIG Associates Rooti 222 Lubboct National Bldj. Thons Z-1152 2 Maytaz Kclpr-Sclfy Laundry located In J,irton. PoInE nice Reascn for scllir.s: other interests. All equipment in excellent condition. VTritc or r.ce Morton Steam Laundry, P. O. Box S33A. Morton, Texas. TOH SALE or lease Chicken House. Drive- in Cafe located on 19th Street. See or call V. Paul Dial «07. Farm family experienced :n farmlnc this area »ith 4 row tractors and cquipmin and with no .'ess than 2 r.ia'.e ^corVin rrtcrr.bcrj; in 'amily. Moral and credit ~tt- crcr.ces rcucstcr 1 .. See O. L. NISLAR 1002 Avenue G 13-A—Help Wanted, Female COLORED or Mexic?n maid at Coifm! courts. KCIIEC and salary. Dial 7512. WOMAN and small son -will share com forfab'.e home ^vith m^ddleaBCd refine 2WS 22nd. Dial S41I. WANTFD at one*: Man with pickup truck to operate milch route. 20H Sih. 10—^Tailors, Hatters, Laundries See Us For Cleaning Of Your Rugs and Upholstering Lubbock Laundry Dial 6651 - 1001 Ave. < WANTED: Beauty o'pcritor. Must be goi manicurist. Dial 2-2111. ^r:th health certificate for cenera ho\:'cwork art! cookir.g. $6.00 WCCK. Dia 7570. 13-D—Help Wanted Provisional Loan 210 Ave. J S»rrte« DIAL 7456 T. J. GILL FURNITURE We Buy Or Trade For Tour USED FTJBNrrUHE EXPERT STOVE REPAIRING All kinds of iras ranges or heaters Repaired. Also upholstering, furniture repalrlnj and finishing. 1812 Avenue. H Dial 5341 LUBBOCR HATCHEHY Will sell this year the oest laylnz chicks at most reasonable prices. Now open. We still want more. eggs. East of fair grounda. H. .w. snis 19-B—Rabbits and Pet* Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale 35 HEAD Jersey springer heifers. Best of quality. 4'.i miles west of Shallowater. Farmers! Come and get jour pick. WOODY FARMS Registered Cocker Spaniel puppies, BUcfe, Reds and Particolored. See them »t 2308 Avenue V, from 11 to 5 Wednesday thru Sunday. / Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments Hi-bred planting seed. 80r« germinatior^ Planted one year from Summerour's hP bred seed. Recleancd, cercsan treated in J bushel white bags. All grown by P. E. Walker. O'Brien. Cexas. 120 bales ginned at once by O'Brien Co-op gin. Sec— KINCAIDE SEED & GRAIN Shallowater, Texas FOR GOOD cheap lumber. See Hall Brothers. Route «. Dial 2-9S61 or 8952. Piano Tuning & Repairing 3213 Zjtb Dill «29 C. B. LIVELT Lubboclr. Texas LOASS We sre prepared to raaka your farm and anch loan at a low rate of Interest, It fill pay you to see. us. We, can make _'ou an F. H. A. loan fc-r new building. and can also refinance your present loan at * lower rate of Interest, GREEN BROS. •ubboclc Hotel Bldg. Dial 7222 ?JH,A- loans to Improve your" farm and refinance old loans. 20 years to pay. 4l£ per cent Interest. Low rate Insurance and 25 years to pay. company laans, 2C Briley & Jay Room 2"J4. Cosier Bid;. P. O. Box 221, Dial 5*11 16-B—Money To Loan 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 for hogs., 20-A—Radios RADIO SERVICE K. C. NEEFE Located at Beard Rubber Co. 1306 Ave. H • Di»l <381 Formerly OI Montgomery Ward 21—Miscellaneous For Sale ONE Case tractor with «-row equipment, rubber tires in good condition. One Caja tractor with 2-row equipment. ?ood condition. TELFORD LUMBER CO. 1308 <th Street Dial 7453 Bargains Galore IUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 Ave. H Highest Prices Paid For Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Wool, Tallow. NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Cut Dial 4442 IS in ana Santa fe FOR SALE: McCorralct Seerin; cresrn separator, practically new. Oial <S7S. TRAILER house for sale. A birfiln. 33rd and Ave. H. J. O. Lynn. STOVES (bowl type) 22—Wanted To Buy JUNK PRICES ARE HIGHEST AT CITY PIPE & JUNK CO. 1503 AVE. H. " $10.00 used: _ $50.00 Oil burning heaters — Oil larr.p (late model! "New Perfection" stoves We have the most complete line of used stoves on the South. Plains. BUSTER FRENCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE iSOl iUc. H Phone 8133 19-A—Poultry & Supplies LOANS $5 To $100 SALARY AUTO FURNITURE See Us First PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO. 1105 Ave. L . Dial 6942 ENGLISH LEGHORN FARM Boole your order for baby ehie'cs oacke4 by 8 years o' Improved breeding from traa- ntst ilrair.. All foundation stock has com* from 2 to T yr. o'd hens heaclcd by R. O. P. males. Flocks blcc-d-tcsted for B. W. D. Baby chicks hatched In cc^r all-electric machines and guaranteed to live. Austra- Whltcx on Tuesday or,d Lc;horr.j on Friday it reasonable prices. MBS. VANCE'S BATCHEBT ShaUo^ater, Texts SKILLED workers In greatest demand to dsy are WELDERS for aircraft and sbi yards anr". other national defence plan"My sjftern uriil prepare you In a few ^ee!;? Dial 8165 at ni^rit or set rr.« at 5(H-flro»dway. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. Money To Loan Diamonds tratche;. puns, radios. typtwrU- eri or anything cf valut. Llf.ENSEIJ AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1203 Broadway Dial 8761 POULTRY WANTED No. 1 Fryers, I 3 .* to 2'.i Ibs. i3c No. I Heavy Hens, over *'.b Ibs. He No. 1 Light Hens and all Leghcrns— l.»c No. 1 Tom Turkcvs Ific No. 1 Ken Turkeys ISc W. M. HALL GOOD 2-whcel trailer, 4x7. 6.00x16 tires, reasonable. Sgt. BurVc, CoJfman courts. VOft SALE cheap, two-row c»j« with cuipment. S miles south on Ave. J. H. Kardbcrgcr. tractor College COTTON SEED For Planting TESTED AND TAGGED E. A, PATTERSON CO. 355 Ave. H $20.00 $5.00 RAGS pel ton per Magazines & ton Newspaper ASSOCIATED IRON & METAL CO. «h & G Dial 2-3342 HIGHEST prices paid tor 1207-Ave. G. Dial 2-9113. cs:d clcttlr.j. Dial 3-: T. O. Box 391 I.cbbock, Tcxa> ATTENTION FARMERS We are pay: 1941-42 Cotton us before you copies to our Dial 3-3311 or 5«1 1E05 Ave. QUALITY HATCHERY 341 Avenue H Dnci* Sara needs more :£g; tor delense. You can supply rhpm 'JcitVt pullets frcm our high-powered vitamin ted free fleets. SWEET Potato Seed—Maryland*. State Certified . . . S5.25 per bushel. Have two '.i adjoining sections of land with separate sets of small Improvements. SI 00 per acre cash rent. Can be farmed to- 10 rr.iles .".ontheaft «t Hcrefo-d, C. D. Elliston, Hi miles east of Lubbock, Route 1. TWO iohn-Dtcrc tractor; snd equipment and 1000 acres o.- more. Also cattle and hojs. .1. C. Dickey. Rout* 4, Tahoka. IS *est, i north Tahoka. tXJVELY 8-plco« chins dinner set. Also complete- set chrystel. 221C Main. the Wall Building. n g top prices for Loan equities See sell. Bring your office upstairs in BAILEY AND HENRY Phone No. S971 USED CLOTHING WANTED Will pay fr.r men's and Boy's use! clothing. Also ladies" nice dresses knd .'.prins coats. Dial 47*1 ;ais Ave. Q

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