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JLgN—THE MOKNIN6 AVALANCHE -ubbock^Texas, Wednesday, Mqtch H, 1942 DIAL 4343 "THE RESULT NUMBER 4343 For Th» AvoJonehg-Joumo! Offieei " To , Bole* »B* JltQnJr/unuti *i CUiuiltd Adr«rtUri»» Ot Thf Rtt«i, RulM and ReojilrcnenU *t Classified AdrertUlBf OJ The Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday Avalanche- Journal 4fl cj.5Eilu.-d mdvertlilng will appear la - bcth tht Moraing &nd Afternoon p&ptri . both jnp<:rs counting one lnjerUr/c. AJ classlti'.-.d advertising ii prated In the Labboci Morcicj Arslsnche lint uid • thu Did? Journal of the same <Jiw. BO classified cV.rinatlnt in th« atteraoon paper. Oissjfitn lor sunnry-i iisuc viii appear la th« Aral&nciit-Jounml counting one insertion »s the piper Is »ent to all fub- mriben of to it. tbe afternoon ase mom>J3g papers. ESTECM1YI: JAJTDAHY IS. l»tl ArALAXCHE- JO UR-VAL Coinblntd Rate* 1C WfrTd VT'tHMina 1 dM, jwirerd _ ------3 days. per iford __ ^_____ «c 3 days, per word -- - $c « dayt, per irord __ _ lOc 7 days, par void ..... ISO Tueio r»te» tor ecasejrat'.te Insertion oolr. AS oct-ot'toxn ads receded by rnaij most be, cash xitii order. No «e«>tion. "SO REFUND" on >d stooped aft«r it ippeared to paper. DIAL *M3 Oar erpertfrnced ad Utter wffl T*ttrf« year *4 nad help you to *ord Jt then «ir collector will call the foUovins dar. THESE ACCOTOTTS ARE "ACCOMMODi- TIOS ACCOUNTS" ?OR OUB PATRONS AND FOR OJTZ DAT ONLY. So advertisement* accepted on *n "until forbid" order. A specified number of in- aertlo&s ausc be given. «r» reserve ihe right to p!a«» an adT tlse-aent oader the proper elassiflet- =i r=Je-:t rac-Iean or objectionable . Obituaries ana cudi or tnanki at rerdu clasufied advertising r*tej. Tha publishers ars not responsible lor copj oralssdons. typographical errors or anj unintentional error that may occur further thin to correct it a«t leoe after !« U brought to their attention. All advertising order* are accepted on t bsji- onJv. The AralAECis-JouraaJ eaa not o* responsible- lor more than ono Incorrect inser- lion of a classified ad. Advertisers should che& their ads on first d»y ot publica- tloa and hrunedl»>e!y notify the dassl- f!rf 2cpir=:=t Si £=; =iits>" ~-c>" Cliisified A<Jr«rtis!ne accepted untif'sSfl p. si. oa -weel: dayi and Saturdays. For cJissified display advertising information — DIAL «s« TO JUSCONTCfCE AH AD Node* to Discontinue an Ad ratul be riven alter 1 », m. asd before 6 p ta. to «ota« meaber ot the Classified Advtrtist- raent Department. We cannot b« respoai!- M« for notice flten beiore or aster thes* OOUM. aad to taesjben of some oUser Notice To The Public The AT*i&ncis- Journal U a »emb«r •: th» _A«ociatlon of Newspaper Classified AdTertlslng Managers, vhlch i&olades lead- la* Ktcspapers ihronghoat the cotintry th * elUainatton el Ad- Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies Lodga No, 841 A. ?. and A. M. Stated communication: the Pirn Friday night each month. JOHN H. PORTWOOD. W. U. HUGH J. McCLELLAN Secretary. 2—Floral and Nursery Ol course jou waar to get the r ;«f ,5k/ 1 I mo " znd *"~ fl ~ **"l i.^f/^^ly m ° ne y wh = n y°u ^»V/Y "^L *=~^ 3U y nursery stock. ^^^^— Then be sura to ••^"vw ^ - see the oldest nursery iam in Lubbocic. Ask us for free information. We kaow Trha: will grow and trh-is to plant It. Fruit Trees, regular _ a- c Dogwood, butterfly bUib. Jlowerln? «TT peach, resular tl, each, t-o lor •? « Paasy plants. . crv per doz. _^ _ 3UC TEXAS FLORAL CO. LuiDbock's Leading Flotisl and Nurseryman 2107 21st St. Dial 8561 karja Stock of Smooth, straight CHINESE ELMS and other shad! trees. RED BTJD: Bloom- In; siza SOc to *1.50 smaller sizes J5c and up._ Ererj.-eens. FlowerlzE Shrubs. Bulbs Strawberries. KERSHNER NURSERY V< Mt E. of ATe. H on Slatoa IMPROVED, homegrown. eTerbearlns. Gem 1 ? P!ants - I00 ' * 5 - 75 P«P»Sd. liamson, Rome 6, Lubboct Texas Tyler Roses. CoMplEts lino of r.uriery ttock. Prices le^ can afford to pay. Come bj and jnaie jour • selections. Hub Nursery «lS-I8th St. WHITESIDE NURSERY E«» ni tor ie!ect ncrstry »tcck 3li3dfl-»nd fruit ttee»; thrubs. and 30 Tarletlci ol rcsrs. FREE r^XDSCAPE AND SERTi'CE Mils North of Tech CoUen on LltUelleld NICE StraVo.rry plants H.OO p-r hcndred. ' miles on Slaton Hlsh^ray. Cantp Boquet. BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us tor complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 mi. on SIston Highway Dial 4521 3—Lost and Found LOST blacte with -hit-, rasT e " 4 —Personal Notices MADAME CORLEKE READER POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Avalanche-Journal Publishing Company has been authorized *- present ths names ot the fol- to lowing 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. U9th District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, Court ot Civil Appeals (7th Dist Amarillo) E. C Nelson of Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 72nd Judicial District Bui-ton S Burks, Re-Election) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CL.EHK Royal Furgeson, (Re-Election) FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, (Re-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR i H. B. Bryan, (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Ralph Brock (re-election 2nd termJ FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. Roy Boyd Claude L. Hale, (Re-Election 2nd Term) FOR COUNTY CLERK Ed D. Allen, (Re-Election) R. L Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G V. Pardue, (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY TREASUSEP 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, (Re-Election 2nd Term) T. L. Holt Ottis Isom PRECINCT 4 . Newton Stokes, (Re-Election 2nd Term) V. J Farris Walter Davies PRECINCT 1, PLACE 2 D W Robertson J T. Inmon, (re-election) FOR CONSTABLE PRECINCT NO. 1 •' T. E. (Chief) May OFF THE RECORD Reed ( ,^ — "" " •-^^ *^ T" ^ -•- . ^f- •^v.w.;.-^-'.".^r:> ^ 1 think we've got a chance—They're newly weds and he doesn't like her cooking." Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY S13 131h DIAL 5718 S. P. A. GRADE MARKED (KILN OKI tD LUMBER) . $4.50 . $3;75 . $3.50 JiS No. 3 roush tencinj, per hundred 1x3 yellow pine shiplap, per hundred I and 3x6, good No. 3. per hundred : . . II YP boiing, dry and bright, per hundred 1x13 sheeting boards, per hundred _ $3.75 BULL PEN Lumber: All kinds pick It out, per hundred POULTRY NETTING CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the action of the City FOR 1LA.YOR * Carl E. Slaton, Re-Election FOR COMAUSSIONER Place -l W. B. (Bill) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Announcements Personal Notices 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors lumber sold direct. EAST TEXAS SAWMKLS Avinger. Texts STEEL LUBBOCK STEEL WORKS Te - ° - DIM Caprock Lumber Co. 191h Si. and AT*. Q " D ia j 5553 12 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll 18 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll 24 lnch-2-20. ISO ft. roll 36 in*h-2-20. 150 ft. roll 43 Snch-2-20, 150 ft. roll 6D inch-2-20. 150 ft. roll Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors $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 69c $4.50 GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge "Sales No Deliveries $3.00 $3.75 .90 $1.10 $1.35 $2,00 $1.50 $1.75 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $2,50 Employment 13-D—Help Wanted. Provisional Buy, Sell; Trade Or Rent Anythirt; WOMEN AND MEN AIBCRAFT OPFERS A ikiUed trade that pays well in «ar or peace. Pryc's 6-wcek training under factory piocedure fs recognized as a superior method by factory men who do the hiring, and Is your guarantee of & successful career. Low cost, com enlent pajmenta all equipment lurnlshed. Pay a: you earn, WOMEN WANTED W» will train women betw.en tbe ages ot 18 '.o 35 for position !a dtfensa factories. "Help Build Them To Fly" JACK H. McCRARY CONSCIA'ING OFFICER FRTE AIBCRAFT CO.. DALLAS An Approved School lAibboclt; oMlce 1620 Ero&dway Dial 8301 12 lnch-1-20. 150 ft. roll 18 inch-1-20, 150 It. roll . 24 inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll „ 36 lnch-l-?0. 150 ft. roll 43 lnch-1-20, 150 ft. roll Oriental Stucco, per sact Cement. per sick fir trallboard, per square Poultry and Rabbit Fence 48 ln-4-17. 150 ft. roll GO lnch-<-n, 150 ft. roll __. lnch-6-14',4, 10 rod roll hoz wire. p«r roll $5.75 BOWMAN LUMBER CO. Tour Friendly Lumber Dc&ler 5—Business Services FOR INCOME TA3C SERVICE —See— JOHX t. TAUGHAN-, P'nblle Accountant No Boots to Sell. Tas Service Instead 1108-A Texts Ave. Tel. 6011 Lubbotk Pub. Stenographic Service cUJ.Mjrlelc Bulldlns Lubbock. Texas ?tA3rtE TT. BRUCE Shorthand Reporter DU1 S683 : Re! . 9550 6—Beauty Parlors SFBING PEKMANZNT SPECIAtS 15.SO permanent . e>^ ' TTATEL BEAtTTT SHOP , • I00»-15th St. Dial 8112 HABDWARE DEFABXHEJiT 0 .'eel 3-ply arden hose Heavy eardcn •heelbarro—i prljitlers g.t, Pyrej <JocW« oilers jrei .*.<, .«._ $3.98 98c §4.98 $1.20 $1.45 $2.95 $2.25 90c l! i ;r - b " ch "P- , Zl ^ t:S "" via Wa;on . retail. O«.t«. Self LUBBOCK IRON & KETAl CO. Nt\V— S1TEL —C8ED IBtfosri Stairways. Anjlei. ChwuteU _,, . Beatni 1B17 Are. B D , M <WJ S—Business Services r i^aay aooiit yonr love. iMnrss pTObltR-.";. rs'.n re ... !c?!' jr.alv:--^. Near> dls- rr.ji 5?o and up. i ..(.t. - f Dial 2-2-J67. LOOK FOLKS * '?«'»"?- No Job i™ com- PAT80VIA fs-olocist and Psychologist o*rt advlro oc ousltitsa. IOT», tntr Special Headings SOc 8on»: IB a m u> t p, a. . 8*> A*s- J. Apartment 8 INCOMETAYSERViCE BUMOCSS and of Buiicc^. Ts^ Records For AH Ttpf Personal Tax Reports Vid Manrj-irenrr Co. Tac. ED. n. BAKKB . r,. >|. TRAIft HOW DOES TOUT p.aajo wor!c , service end repairs see Radios. s fiCiiloT. | 0 the «-»nt nu». „ • HALBEE-rs BEAUTZ BHOP Cora»r 8Eh «nd Are. ir Dial 2-3252 SS.OO S»niJers oil — jj oo *3.00 perm«nent t\3Q iS.OO permanent , $->jio Plxln sbmmpoo und *tt Sin 8—Business For Sale FOR SAIJ; or trade, coan'.rr grocery tore and Illlln? station. Uo competition. Trade lor tractor, equipment, and livestock. Rent, Write Bor 27. AvaTanche-Joumal. DRIVE-IN CAFE; 1950.00 e«h. one block from T«si Tech. Gross receipts I9« over tlO.OOO.OG. D!»l S18«. SALS: Modern cleaning plsnU priced reasonable. Box 133 or phone 30. Amhcrst, CAFE for a»Ie wUh living quarters priccfl reasonable. SI3 Ave. H. •TOR SALE: Established Indies Readv- to-wear Shop, sellinz quality merchandise Good location, reasonable rent. IH health. Box 925. Carlsoad.'New Mexico" M»ytag Helpj-Selfy Laundry located 1^ Morton. Dolns: nice business. Reason for sell.r.g other InteresSs. All equipraen: In excellent condition. Write or see Morton Ste»m Laundry, P. o. Box 1J3A. Morton. '<• n call r ? . -"* Chictc " H <" ] « •£? te _ !o " t(-<1 "" »lh Strtet. PV.H Farther. Disl 4307. . Sec or 10 — Tailors, Halters, Laundries See Us For Cleaning Of Your Rugs and Upholstering Lubbock Laundry P ial SS 51 1001 Ave. 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 surfaced 100-lb. Sack Asphalt, Asphalt Felt Per "Roll Vi-in Gypsum Board %-in Gypsum Board %-in Gypsum Board Vi-in Liner Board Above prices subject to stock'now on hand and subject to change without notice 6EO.W.6RAY LUMBER COMPANY 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10 —Tailors, Hatters, Laundries ANNOUNCING A new service to you. If you live clos- to ™ c * e " e -' dr °P >' our leaning at 1303 Collese Avc., Morris pick-up station for >our convenience. All cleaning done at . ua _ Whifworf-h Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4SS2 _ All work guaranteed ' Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES PANTS . . . 10J Cash and Carry ' STINSON'S ^1708-10 Bdwy 10-B—Professional Service DB. J. W. PHILLIPS _-. DENTIST 237 LnbBoc* n«fl. Bldj. LUBBOCK Dlil 2-3201 -—Woman'a Column TRAIN IN LUBBOCK Day and Night Classes 1400-1402 Avenue J We o.'fer a 4 to 6 weeks coarse under factory conditions in the fundamentals or Aircraft Construction. Hundreds placed Irom our Houston school in all-major aircraft factories. Tools, Uniform and Textbook Furnished MEN and WOMEN 18. to 50 78 to 35 President Roosevelt In his. recent fireside chat stated— "PRODUCTION IS THE KEYNOTE" • We are seeking more men and women to run our plants. We are working longer IF YOU WANT A JOB PULL OFF YOUR COAT, - 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK Earn S40 lo S50 Per Week. The iurnrisingly low. p art tuition crafT industr •" be ' nS cnlployc<1 in air ' No Red Tape No Delay "A limited number of students will be allowed to work out part of their tuition." Please Investigate! See or Write Bob Burns, Chief Registrar Open week days and Sunday until B pjn. Aero-Crafts Institute JJOO-U-> Avenue J Lubbuck Tera, (Associated with Houston Aeronautical Trade School^ Houston. Ter. and Haite *lyms Service, Austin. Tex.) SKILLED workers In greatest demand today ar e WELDERS tor aircraft and sWp jards and other national defense plants My system will prepare you in a Jew ^ n D H ia) SIS5 at n| S h£ or «« me at aOi-Broadway. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. 14—-Situations Wanted YOD.N'G raan. Dial S175. draft exempted, wants Job. EXPERIENCED lumber anrt hardware man ivants job. Draft exempt. References. 2017- SCHOOL girl wants .place to ivort for room and board. Dial 5472. AMBITIOUS Tech boy desires part-time job after 1:30 p. m . Dial 2-2323. 2317-13th. YOONG Tech boy desires part-time Job after 7 p. m. 332 Horn Hal!. Texas Tech. MECHANIC, prefer genera! repair, capable Dial 655« nS equlpme . nt - L ° ca ' references. IN NEED of 9818. Nurses' Club. practical nurse. Dial FURNISHED; apartment. near College .B 2i« Ca n C '° r cWldren for P«t rent? SS 21st. Garage Apartment. C S V , PLE wants P |ac e to care for chickens, hogs. etc. 1809.Avenue T. COTS, Financial 16 —City and Farm L'oans CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOANS" Ai financial correspondent for ihe Con- netlout mutual Hie insurance company ) am prepared to mats yon «. loan »t •. nW low Interest rate. ff IT IS A GOOD LOAN « CA> 61AKK IT CIUZCP3 CLAUDE 8. HURLBUT Bant B!dg. . _ Dl»] 6923 STJTTS. dresses and alterations priced reasonable. 1608 Are. X. Dial 2-13n. children b ? Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male WHITE coupie, wife, to do touss-crfc and hc!p ca.-j for child. .Vesr quarters and some sa.ary. 233&-30th. Payne. WANTED at once: Man ^rlth plctup or .ruck to operate milch route. 20H fith. MA., OP. woman mar.aser for drlve-tn. arj phi, pcrc?nta:[c profits. Call 2-9232 or wr.'tc Box 51. Avalanchc-Joiirnal WANTED :m family rxpcricriccrt in fara- » v,(h 4 row tractors ar-.ri ^r and with no less than 2 male e—ibcrs in fam-.Iv. Moral ar. J c- crtr.ces re«cstcd. ~ ^ S« O. L. N1SLAR 1002 Avenue G 13-A—Help Wanted, Female XPE/UET.VCED pastnr hctjiT iciular cnipiovmcnt. "nij; 4?B8. VANTED: KTO?.:kcrrcr rtlc to drive car. O;al ,3BO for appointment. VHITE" couple or widow. Ksr?.ec Bpar!- a- r ^" cxchrln J c 'or Jioujck-ccpinsr. :O'K VANr*i> : MAin xx;-u hni!«ra-o.-lc ir.c. S5.CO . LOANS We aro prepared to mats jour t»nn »nd ranch loan at a low me ot Interest it «i'f, pay jou to sc e us. We. can make you an P H. A. loan tor new bulldins. and can also rcflsacse vcar present loS at & lower-rato ol interest. CBEE.V BROS. Lubdoci Hotel Bid?. Dial 73JJ Financial 16-B—Money To Loan SMALL SECURED LOANS' $10.00 to $75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009'/> Texas Money To Loan Diamonds, watches, guns, radios, typewriter* or anything ol value. LICENSED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GF.M LOAN & JEWclRY 1208 Broadway Dial 8TH 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 17—Instruction Classes NEW CONDENSED secretarial course prepares quickly lor jobs in government. mUltary. business offices. Draughon's Col- 18 —Furniture For Sale Highest Cash Prices PAIO FOR USED FURXITUHE PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phone -4571 TOP PRICES -bala tor useo turnltur* Batn Furniture 1611-19th Dlai 2-!6fiL Furniture Bargains 6 ft. 1939 Coldspot • tefrigerator 589.50 table-top, sllghffy" used gas range „ _ $34.50 studio divans • \ . New rockers. -__ Platform rockers '_ Bedroom uites. new •___ S22.50 Innerspring mattress Bed springs. new Roll-awav, bed ". Breakfast room suits, unfinished Chest of drawers _ 173. op tiro-piece studio couches ___ _1 9x!2 felt-bafe nigs WE BUY USED $85 $6950 $28 50 . $4.95 $10 95 _' $37.50 ._ $14.95 __ $3=95 __ $7,95 $8.50 __ $7.95 __ S65;00 $3 95 FUHNITURE East Side Furniture 1105 Ave G Dial 2-3362 HIGHEST cash bidders on used furniture. Harold Griffith 1212-1310 Dial '1-3421 i«^« e t a gSeS,r' Mye " E ' topw - and Low rale Insurance and 25 y«ars to pay. company loans. Briley & Jay Koom 20*. Coslcv Blc? P. O. Sax 221. Dial 5411 For Yonr Own Defense Baltd * Horn* W« Will Flnanc* and Insur* U Read & EondnranI Complers Inraranc* T. J. GILL FURNITURE We Buy Or Trade For Your DSHD FTTRNTTVRE , EXPERT STOVE REPAIRING AJ] iclnds of Kas ranges or heaters Repaired. Also upholstering;, furniture repairing and finishing. 1812 Avenue H D Ial 5341 John Spikes Eddie Sellers Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE j Complete stock: furniture. Stoves, carpets. I We trade for and buy your used furniture 12!I-I3th. Dial 2-2121. Livestock 19-A—Poultry & Supplies POULTBX WANTED No. l Fryers, m to sift ibs. 22, N?. l Heavy Hens, over 4','a ibs. rJ 0 No. 1 Hen Turkeys _™"™7JT_~-"."ZI.T. J8c W* M. HALL Dial 2-98U or 6411 i 80 5 Ave. B QUALITY HATCHERY 317 Avenue H undo Sam needs more, eggs ° U h ?h them MURPHREV'S SUPERIOR CHICKS tested Jlocks. Straight run and Friday. KMMa ' da » «»* TuesSa MURPHREY'S HATCHERY 3364 Ave. H Dial 8032 IM IGOR itality Let Swift's premitun quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swii! Halchery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock. Texas POULTRK WANTED See us for prices oelore you sell your IUTII ST. POULTRY 1600 19th , Dial 2-2051 FROM START TO FINISH FOR VOUR TOP MARKET PS1CES ON POULTRY.. EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2427 Ave. H Dial 4307 AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PRICES ARE Di LINE Don't delay, jour chick- buying any longer. 2£?S, you purchase HICKS- DEPENDABLE CHICKS .3-011 get chicks that are batched risht. packed right - DEPENDABLE CHICKS Even though jou should bav» to pay a little more in additional cost to get my dependable chicfcs they will return to JS utr ,, ma "^ timcs , ovcr ln c «ra eggs, eitra profits. The small additional first cost and the long run show you a greater profit where the interior low grade chicks lo-e moner for jou. Get your share of the poultry profits Almost a quarter century of scientific breed- e l°T r r-£ IORE EGGS • - BIGGER EGGS . BIGGER BIRDS o!(cr you an outstanding opportunity for bigger sharei of these pioitts. 1829 Avenue H HICKS' HATCHERIES Dial 5D12 Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE NO: a • Billy Spikes, Mgr. ATE WANT TO BTJY OR TRADE TOUR USED FCRXITURE Also a complete stock new 'furr:ltur= r>n A-rs. K. 31sl S4C2. Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale TOR SALE or trade for cattle. S936 tu- ^ Chevrolet sedan, good condition, 5 good tires; Dial J-99I7. 1VELT. BRED Jersey heifers. Dial 2-9517. springer eo»i and KEETON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle and hogs. Dial 6671 collect. See Us For Keeton'a Western Brand Tankage Loan 1210 Ave. J S«TTlC» DIAL 7456 16-B—Money To Loan LOANS $5 To S100 SALARY AUTO FURNITURE Sea Us First PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO. 1105 Ave. L Dial 6942 We pay hogs. highest prices for Highest Prices Paid For Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Woo!, Tallow. KORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 East I9tn r.n n s»m» I 3S HEAD Jersey springer helferv Best quality. 4'^, miles west of. Sriallava ?armcrf: Con-.c and sc: yon: pick. WOODY FARMS 19-A—Poultry & Supplies DIAL 434J. L« tns M rater nelo yoo to rma nuycrs tor idi, ujcici niKclss m Itsor saare rooms, .ttlc and sU> ESGUSH LEGHORN FARM Boot jour order for oaby chicks uackcd oy 8 years of Improved breeding from tran- nest strain. All foundation stock has come from 2 t./ 7 yr. old hens headed by R o P. males, nocks biood-testsd for B. W D" Baby chicks hatched In new s!l-el«:rie mftchlr.cs and guaranteed to l;ve. Austra- Whlies. on Tuesday ir.d Leghorn^ on "FII. o»» at res.-onaWe pricij. MRS. VANCT.'S HATCHES? fhJllos-alcr, Tcxss HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERTONS' Miscellaneous 31—Miscelianeotia For Sale STOVES 50 I fit ot garden hoje 1 , S&P __ .$50.00 We have the most complete ]in» of used stoves on the South Plains. BUSTER FRENCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE 1901 Are. H Phnne 813J TRAILER HOUSES~ Positively best bargains 'In \Vt-st Texai. FROST TRAILERS Corner 23rd and Ave. K LOVELY complete 8-piece china dinner srt. set chrystel. 2210 Main. Also CABINETS Haiid-carved lurhiture. Furniture repairing. Free estimetes BAELEV'S CABrNET SHOP S03 Ave. M Dial 2 . 3571 SAVE »p to 50% USED PIPE FITTINGS — VALVES Central Pipe & Supply CQ, . 2611 Ave. H. Dial 585.' WHITB SEWIXG MACHINES FBEMIEB VACUUM CLEANERS Krea demonstration. Sold on easy pay. menu. Seir!c» «U makes Sherrod Hardware Co. NOTICE FARMEES! Tractor tires cost -less at Wards! If your present tires are worn-out, take them to one of your authorized county tire inspectors, (Ward! will be glad to inspect if in Lubbock County) then see your tir« rationing board If you secure a rationing certificate, bring it with your old tires or tubes to Wards for low, money-saving prices on power-grip tractor tires. MONTGOMERY WARD SERVICE STATION 13th and Tex Av.e., Lubbock, Tex. EVERYTHING NaiJs. wheel barrows, hoes, rates, shovels poultry wire, stoves, linoleum, beds. sprmgs r liringroom suits, dinnettcs.-studio couches' mattresses, two wheel trailers, cabin'ettcs sewing machines, and line tubs, lavatories. THE BARGAiH HOUSE f, 3206 So. Ave. H Dial-6331 •Model N Port Worth Spudder. Powered 200 International, 15" to 6" took, mounted on Indiana Truck. Sl.400.00. Would trade in on farm close to Lubbock Paul Pierson. Seagraves. Texas." 2409 PIECES OP SHEET IRON. 30= per sheet. 38 Inches long and 33 Inches w!d». YOU CAN BOTLD A GOOD SHED CHEAP TOM FRENCH 2ND HAND STORE 1827 Are. H Lubbock. T«a« Dial 4371 ' Get that used DON'T WAIT now. reconditioned refrigerator . $30 UP TERMS—Bee Them Now HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. 1211 Broadway rjial 7iu Independent Dealer 27m Avonuo H Dlsl SOI2 LCBBOCK HJITCHERT Will sell this year the Best laying clilcfes a .Hi raos rcasor > at '!e prices. Now open We suu want more eggs. East of f«Ir crounds. IL W. StMS ONE Cas« tractor with 4-row equipment, rubber tlrej In good condition. One Caso tractor with J-row equipment, good conj ditlon. - TELFORD LUMBER CO. 1306 4th Street D la) 7<53 19-B—Rabbits and Pets Registered Cocker Spaniel puppies. Black. Reds and Pirt:co!orcd. Sec them at 2303 Avenue V, from 11 to S Wednesday thru ni Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments Piano Tuning & Repairina J213 27th r „,_. .:•? DU1 c. n. F.IVET.T Lubbock. Texas 20-A—Radios RADIO SERVICE R- C. XEEFE «"=a;cd at'Beard Rubber Co. Ave. ii . jj| . .- . Fonntrly Of Montgomery Ward 21—Miscellaneous For Sale FOR SALE: Entinecr'x Aloe icvcl. Prac- new, S75.00 cash. M c Han- center. Te.v«, care Center FOR SALE: McCormicfc Decrinr cream separator, practically new. Dial <876. OOD 3-whecl trailer. -»x7. 600x13 tircj reasonable. S;t. Burte. Coffman coumf' M. C.. ROTD IStb St. and Ave. D 3s ° Dial B091 COTTON SEED For Planting TESTED AND TAGGED E. A. PATTERSON CO. av; Avt. Bargains Galore IUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 Avc. K 22—Wanted To Buy JUNK PRICES ARE HIGHEST AT CITY PIPE & JUNK CO. 1503 AVE. H. $20,00;:: RAGS $5.00 pel ton per Magazines & ton Newspaper ASSOCIATED IRON & METAL CO. «h & G Dj 3 | 2-3942 ATTENTION FARMERS We arc Baying top prices for 1941-42 Cotton Loan equities See us before you sell. Bring your conies to our office upstairs in the Wall Building. BAILEY AND HENRY Phone No. 3971 r. o. BOX , Lubbock, Tcias e .. t> farmed tc- ^ of Heretorrt. niiics ejst of Lubbock, WE HAVE GOVERNMENT DEFENSE ORDERS On All "SEE O3 Scrat> BEFORE Material . TOT) SELL~ IUB80CK ISOH S METAL CO. 1817 Ave. H

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