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Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, March 6, 1942
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ISl^GETOURTEEN—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Friday, March 6/ 1942 4343 For The Avblanehe-Jeurnol Off Ceo* L 4343 THE RESULT NL lo Buy, Sell, Trade Or Rent Anything ftfld ficqalrcmr:atJ •( ied Advertising Of Tb« R*U». Rules and Rtquirereecu a( Of Tho Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Aval*ncbe Sunday Avalanche-Journal AC classified sdvertlsir;!. 'rUJ uppesr In bod th« Morning and Afiernoon papers. both papers counting one insertion. Ml classified advertising Is printed ID the Lobboci Morning Avalanche first and the DaBy Journal of tr.t same rial*, no classified nrlfrinatiRjr In Mis aftirnooo - paper, Oassifltd Tor Sunday 1 * l»u« wtU appetr In the. Avalanche-Journal counting our insertion as the paper is sent to eM sub* tcriberi of both the afternoon aso EFFECTIVE JA.STJARY IS, 18M AVALAN-CHE.JOUBXAL Coxblned Rates )« Word Uinimum 1 day, P« *«*<* • 3 days, per word ____—— 3 days, per word . POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS OFF THE RECORD 7 days, per word »<<<•' , _ Thesa rates for consecutive Insertion only. 4J1 out-of-town ads received by mail must be cash with order. So exception. "NO REFUND" on jd stopped after M baf appeared to paper. DIAL «*U Oar experienced ad taJcer »U1 r***rre yooi ad «"<< help you to word It then our collector -will call the/ loUowing day. THESE ACCOUNTS ARE "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" FOR OTTB PATRONS AND FOR. ONE DAY ONLY. Mo advertisements accepted on an "until forbid" order. A specified nnmber of insertions must be given. Wo reserve the right to place an advertisement under the proper classification and reject nnc'ean or objectionable copy. _ Obitaaries r "* cards or thanks at regular classified Edvertisinj rates. Tha publishers are rot responsible for copj omissions, typographical «rrors or any unintentional error that may occur further than to correct It next Issue after it Is brought to their attention. All ad- TertisiQS orders ar& accepted on this basis only. The Avalanche-Journal can not be responsible for mote ">«" one- incorrect insertion ol a classified ad. Advertisers should check their ads on first day of publica- j tion and fcnmediately notify the Classl- The Avalanche-Journal Publishing Company has been authorized to present the names of the following citizens as Candidates for office subject to the action of the Democratic Voters at their Primary Election on Saturday, July 25. 1942. FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, llSlh District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, Court of Civil Appeals (7th Dist Amarillo) E. C Nelson of Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 72nd Judicial District Burton S Burks, Re-Election) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CLERK Royal Furgeson, CRe-Election) FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, (Re-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, (Re-Election) R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G. V. Pardue, CRe-Election) TT3 C- A C r TO n-T> Employment 13-C—Salesmen Wanted Financial :.=TVE high 'Jlass lalesmen capable of earning 1100.00 per week or more, to worfc In permanent territories close to Lubbock. Apply 1401 Ave. J. Bob Burns. RESPONSIBLE person with light car. Salary and /as. Write Box 25, Avalanche- Journal. 13-D—Help Wanted Provisional I6-B-—Money To Loan Classified Adrsrtisicc accepted nntil 6:00 p. m. on weet days and Saturdays. for classified display advertising information— uiAi, tsa TO DISCONTINUE AN AD Notice to Discontinue an Ad must be given after a a. to. and before C p. m. to some member of the Classified AdTeriisfc- mtnt Department. We cannot be responsl- bl« lor notice given before or after these hoars, and to members of some other deportment. Notice To The Public Tho Avalanche-Journal Is a member •! th* Association of Newspaper Classified Adrertlslng Managers, which icolndts lead- Ing Newspapers throughout the country and has as tu aim tb« elimination ol trmiKMeat «=<S misiradlrr C!ss«Uirt1 Ad- Every time I put a brick on he pokes it down." Business Service Announcements .—Lodges and Societies Lodge No. sti 4. P. and A. U. Stated common! cattoni the Pint Friday night each month. JOHN H. FOHTWOOD. W. M. HTJGH J, McCLELLAN Secretary. 2—-Floral and Nursery Large Stoct of Smooth. Straight CHINESE ELMS and otter shade trees, RED BUD: Bloom- -io£ flza £flc ta £1JU> cm^Mrtr &lzes ]5c and Op" . Evergreens, FlowerlDB Shrubs. BiJbs. Strawberries. KERSHNER NURSERY 41 ML E. of Ave. H on Slaton Highway Winnie Roberts Coleman (Reelection, 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G K. Horton, CRe-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Manskeir, CRe-Election) C. Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E. Gray. CRe-Election 2nd Term) T. L. Holt Ottis Isom PRECINCT 4 Newton Stokes, (Re-Electiori, 2nd Term) V. J Farris FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE PRECINCT I, PLACE i 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 and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY Business Service 4-B—^-Building Supplies and Contractors 613 13Jh DIAL 5718 S, P. A. GRADE MARKED IKILU DRIED LDMBEE) IxS No. 3 rough fencing, per hundred 1x8 yellow pine shiplap, per hundred . '. 2x4 and 2x6, good No. 3, per hundred IxlZ YP boxing, dry and bright, per hundred 1x12 sheeting boards. per hundred f _^*_ $4.50 $3.75 $3.50 $4,50 $3.75 BULL PEN . HXPKOVED, homegrown, everbearing. Gem Strawberry plants. 100, $1.25 prepaid. L. W. Williamson, Route 6, Lubbock, Teias. Tyler Roses Complete line of nursery Etoefc. Prices yon can afford to pay. Come by and make your selections, Hub Nursery - -. • 221S-:9th St. Lumber: All kinds pick it out, per hundred POULTRY NETTING CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS WTOIDE HURSERY See- us for select nursery stock including shade and frait trees, shruhs. evergreens arid 30 varieties of roses. FREE LANDSCAPE AND DELIVER! SEEVICE Mils North ol Tech Collegs on LJtUeileld - ; • - Highway. 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. CBU1) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Announcements 4—Personal Notices 15 lnch-2-20, 150 It. roil — 18 Inch-2-20. 150 ft. roll 2-S lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll 36 lnch-2-20. 150 ft. roll _ 43 lnch-t>-20. 150 ft. roll 60 lnch-2-20. ISO ft. roll $1.35 $1.95 $2.35 $2.95 $3.85 CEO. 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 Doors 5-panel, any size;_. Red Fence (4-ft.) 50-foot roll 35-lb. Roll Roofing : 45-lb. Roll Roofing • 55-Ib. Roll Roofing 90-lb Roll Roofing, slate 100-lb. Sack Asphalt surfaced 12 !nch-l-20 r 150 ft. roll 18 inch-1-29, 150 ft. roll 24 inch-1-20. 150 ft. roll — 36 inch-I-20, ISO ft. roll — 4S 150 ft. roll MADAM LEAADA here for few days. 1912- 16th. Dial 7657- BAKER BROS. KURSERY Complete stock ; Ask us for complete PLANTING GUIDE 2-mL on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 PROP. Lawson, astrology, card readings, all affairs. 1523-Sth. Dial 2-3347. 4-A—Card of Thanks Fads About Shrubbery Of course yon want to get the most and best effect for your money when you ouy nursery stock. Then be sure W see the oldest nursery firm in Lufibock. Asi us for free information. We know what will j-ow end where to plant It. Fruit Trees, regular <£c 75:. cnlj •?«* per doz. Dogwoodi butterfly busa. flowering C1 peach, regular SI, each., two for - *P • Pnasy niants; per doi. __: Card Of Thanks We wish to take this means of expressing our deepest appreciation and thank* to all of our friends for the prayers and many deeds of kindness and love shown us during our sorrow and bereivemat. May God's richest blessings be with eich ol you. W. Z. ALLEN AND FAJIILY STUCCO NETTING WIRE $2.35 $3.40 $425 $6.25 $7.45 $1.90 69 c $4.50 $4.95 $5.75 ro l'__ $6-85 Oriental Stucco, per sack Cement, per sack . !'«-inch fir wallboard, per square Poultrv and Rabbit Fence 48 in-4-11. 150 ft. roll 60 inch-4-17, ISO ft. roll 4B l7ich-6-l4H, 10 tod roll hog wire, per roll Asphalt Felt Per Roll Wi-in Gypsum Board : %-in .Gypsum Board _. Vz -in.. Gypsum Board I Vi-in Liner Board ; Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice GEO.W.GRAY TRAIN IN LUBBOCK Day and Night Classes . 1400-1402 Avenue J We offer i * to 6 weeks course under factory conditions In the fundamentals of Aircraft Construction. Hundreds placed from our Houston school In all major aircraft factories. Tools, Uniform and Textbook Furnished MEN and WOMEN 18 to 55 18 to 40 President Roosevelt In his recent fireside chat stated— "PRODUCTION IS TOE KEYNOTE" "We are seeking more men and women to run oar plants. We are working longer IF YOU WANT,A JOB PULL OFF YOUR COAT. 24 HOUHS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK Earn S40 Jo 550 Per Week. The cost is surprisingly- low. Part tuition now—balance after being employed in aircraft industry. No Red Tape No Delay Dial 2-9173 Please Investigate! . See or Write Bob Burns, Chief Registrar Open week days and Sunday until 8 p.m. Aero-Crofts Institute 1400-0^5 Avenue J - Lubbock, Texas (Associated with Houston Aeronautical Trade School, Houston, Tex. and Ilaile Fljinjr Service. Austin, Tei.) NEED MONEY FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your money wor< ries with a fast—convenient personal loan. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. 4th Floor Myrick Bldg. • Dial 4971 SMALL SECURED LOANS 510.00 to 875.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009W Texas LOANS $5 To $100 SALARY AUTO FURNITURE See Us First ni nuiurc rirmntc iur\ nnv Livestock S-A—Pouiiry & Supplies POL'LTRT WANTED to. I Fryers. 1** to 2V 4 Ibs. ! JJc o. 1 H-avy Hens, over 4 ! / 2 |bs. :. 17c d. 1 Light Hens and all Leghornj_ lee io, I.Tom Turkeys 16c I Hen Turkey.) -__ 18c W* N* HALL Dial 2-9811 or Mil Miscellaneous 21—Miscellaneous For Sale BICYCLE In fslr condition, food tires, Apply Sundj.y. 1047-Ave. N. 9x30 HOUSE to be moved. Also cafe fixtures. 2101 Main. , 1911 ELECTRIC ments. 6H-8th. refrigerator, easy pay- 1809 Ave. B MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS Vitb rears of breeding experience oehlnd hera. Prom carefully culled and blcod- tested flocks. Straight run and sexed hlcVs. Hatching days each Tuesday and day. MURPHREY'S HATCHERY 1984 Ave. B Dial 6023 FIVE THOUSAND cane bundles cheep. Two miles east, -li mile north Slide. R. B. HamlUor.. FOR SALE: Good two-wheel ttock trailer, truck tires. 808 Ave. M. SWEET MILK for sale, 30c gallon. Dtcjc Adams/ , miles north Tech. V IM IGOR itality Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks FOR SALE: Engineer's Aloe level. Prac!-. tlcally new, $75.00 cash. .M. C. Hancoc'f, Kale Center, Texas, 'care Center hctel. STOVES 50 feet of garden hose .—.OIL LAMP $3.85 $50.00 We have the most complete line of used stoves on the South Plains. BtTSTER FRENCH » FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE 1S01 Ave. H Phone 8132 Are INVESTMENT CO, 1105 Ave. L Dial 6942 Miscellaneous POULTRY WANTED See us for prices Before you sell your poultry. 19TH ST. PODLTHF 609 10th Dial 3-2051 17—Instruction Classes NEW CONDENSED secretarial course prepares quickly for Jobs in government, military, Business offices. Draughon'a College. 18—Furniture For Sale FRIGIDAIRE, S65.00. 8-piece dining room suile, $35.00. Ull-19th. SKILLED workers In greatest demand today are WELDERS for aircraft and ship yards arid other national defense plants. My system will prepare you In a few weeks. Dial 8165 at night or sec me at 504-Broadway. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Hatters, • Laundries BOWMAH LUMBER CO. Friendly Lranbtr Dealer ANNOUNCING A new serTlce to you. If you live close to College ave., drop your cleaning at 1303 College Ave., Morris pick-up station, for your convenience. AH cleaning done at the main plant. Same courteous service as sho-scn you at— ' Whitworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4562 AH work guaranteed WOMEN AND MEN AIRCRAFT OFFERS A skilled-trade that pays weli>!n war or pence, Fr?n'.« 5-weet "•ainins "irier factory procedure Is 1 recognized as a superior method by factory men who clo the hiring, and Is your guarantee of a successful career. Low cost, convenient pajTnents. all equipment furnished. Pay as you earn. WOMEN WANTED We will train women between the ages of 18 to 35 for position in defence faclorie:. JACK N. McCRARY CONSULTING OPTICER FRYE AIRCRAFT AX).. DALLAS An Approved School Lubbock Office 1620 Broadway Dial 8301 Furniture Bargains 6 ft. 1939 Coldspot refrigerator $89.60 table-top, slightly used gas range S34.50 studio divans New rockers Platform rockers ^ Bedroom uites. new _i 522.50 Innersprlng mattress Bed springs, new Roll-a-K-ay bed ._ Breakfast room suits, unfinished Chest of drawers 14—Situations Wanted WANTED: Care of children afternoons and nights or housewort. Dial 8715. YOUNG experienced farm and Etock band, married, wants job. 2 miles south, 3 l ,a west Monroe- S. H. Ingle. Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES Soar -Business Services Public Stenographer EXPERIENCED Commercial — Legal — Oil PANTS 612 Myrick Bids. Lubbock, Tex. Dial J6B2 Res. 9560 , LOOK FOLKS Roof painting a specialty. No Job too complicated. No wall worry. Res. 1525 19th Dial 2-2767. Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors ROUGH' iuraher cheap. V7ho!e«!«, ret»ll. Jackson Brothers sawmill, Oc&te, IZ*w Meaico via. Wagon Mound. 50c TEXH.S FLORAL CO. Lubboek's Leading Florist and Nurseryrnan 2107 21st St. Dial 8561 IUBBOCK IRON & METAL CO. NtW— STEEL — OSED Wlndo'srs. Stalrerays, Aajles. Channel* Beams 1817 Are. B ' Dl»l «833 Caprock Lumber Co. 13th St. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 INCOME TAX SERVICE Business scd Tai Records For AH Types of Business. Personal Tax Reports Made. Manry-Henry Co. Inc. ED. H. BAKER G. H. CRAIG Associate! Room 332 Lubbock National Bids. Phone 2-1153 6—Beauty Parlors 15c lOc Cash and Carry STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy EXPERIENCED lumber and hardware man wants job. Draft'exempt. References. 2017- 9th. studio couches 9x12 felt-base rugs . WE BUY _ $28 50 _ $4.95 _ $10.95 _ $37.50 d>l M r\F I $3-95 $7.95 _ $850 _ $7-95 $65.00 $3 95 USED FURNITURE Healthy Chicks Swill Hatchery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock. TRAILER HOUSES Positively test bargains in West Texas. FKOST TRAILERS Corner 23rd and Ave. H CABINETS Hand-carved furniture. Furniture repilr- Ing. Free estimates. BARLEY'S CABINET SHOP 503 Ave- M Dial 2-3571: SAVE »p to 50% Texas USED PIPE Central Pipe & Supply Co. 2611 Ave. H. Dial 5851 WHITE SEWING MACHINES — and — PBEMIEB VACUDM CLEANERS Preo demonstration. Sold ments. Servlci all mates on easj pay. Sherrod Hardware COL FROM START TO FINISH FOR VOUK TOP MARKET PRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE ROtJND. T-BONE UDIN STEAK. 35c LB, BOLOOONA. 12',%c, BEEP ROAST. 15-20 and 250 LB. BEST GRADE. H. C. BOTD ISth SU and Ave D .Dial E091 2427 Ave. H Dial 4307 East Side Furniture 1105 Ave G Dial 2-3362 HIGHEST cash bidders on used furniture Harold Griffith 1313-13tn Dlsl 3-3421 AGAIN .HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PRICES ARE CN LINE Don't delay your chlcfc buying any longer. When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABLE ctiiuns you get cmcks tnat are naicnea right, pacfced right — DEPENDABLE CHICKS. Even though jou should have to pay a little more In Hdditfofial cost to ket my dependable chlcis they will return to your many times over In extra eggs, extra profits. The small additional first cost and the long run show yo-j a greater profit, where the inferior low grade chicks lose money for you. Get your share of the poultry profits. Almost a quarter century of scientific breed- Ing for MORE EGGS . . BIGGER EGGS . . BIGGER BIRDS olfer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger share of these profits. COTTON SEED For Planting TESTED AND TAGGED E. A. PATTERSON CO. S3. 1 ; Ave. H. Dial 2-2G91 P. O. Box 302 Lubbock. Texas SCHOOL girl -wants place to wort for room and board. Dial 5472. AMBITIOUS Tech boj dfislrcs part-time Job after 1:30 p. m. Dial 2-2323. 2317-13th. 10-B—Professional Service DR. J. W. PHILLIPS DENTIST 237 Lubbock KafLBldg. LunnOCS Dial 1-3101 12—Woman's Column DRESSMAKING, alteratton. and buttonholes, special care. 1632-ieth. Dial S633. YOUNG Tech boy desires part-time job after 1 p. m. 332 Horn Hall. Texas Tech. John Spikes Eddie Sellers Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE omplete stock furniture. Stoves, carpets, 'e trade for and buy your used furniture. 211-13th. Dial 2-2121. MECHANIC, prefer general repair, capable of handling equipment. Local references. Dial 6558. LP IN NEED of practical nurse. Dial 9818. Nurses' Club. Financial 16-—City and Farm Loans For Your Own Defense Build « Horn* W* Will finance and U SPRING PERMANENT SPECIALS 58.50 permanent <-^ WAVEL BEAUTT SHOP l<Xra-I5th St. Dial 8172 BALBEET'8 BEACTT SHOP Comer 8th and Are. J2.CO Sanders on S3. 00 permanent M 3—-Lost and Found LOST: Billfold containing rsjr.ey. Literal reward. Return Avilaache-Journai. 4—Personal Notices HARDWARE DEPARTMENT 50 .'eel j-ply garden hose •• Hear? gardsn rates Light whteioarrows Spading forks Astrologist and Psychologist Eipcrt advice on bosintn. love, marriajc Special Readings 50c Hosr*: 10 ». n>. to S p. m., daily KO Ave. J. Apartment B tiKADINGS frota Amye entirely different 1912-Hth. Dial T578. MSDAME CORLEHE . Consult ne today atx>ut j-oar love, rnir- riaje cr bur:ncS5 problems. Palm read.L'js and phrcnolf>?T analysis. Near business du.- trict, Reaifcngs. 5t*c anrt up. 1U5 An. L DUI 2-S«3 Sprinklers 2 qt. Pyrex boilers Pyrcr sauce pans PJTCX $3.98 . 98c $4.98 $1.20 $1 45 $2.95 $2.25 90c (5.00 permanent ___ Plain cbampoo an<3 set Dial 2-3252 tl.OO JUO $2.50 _ SSo auns. dresses end alterations, priced reasonable. 1608 Ave- N. Dial 2-1317. Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male WANTED: Family to work on farm year round Job. G. G. Fllnn. 7 miles N. W. Monroe. Abernathy. Route No. 1. WANTED: Good coot, married man preferred. Henry's Cafe. Slaton, Texas. 8—Business For Sale KELPY-SELFY laur.dry for, sale cr trade. See O. C. Howard at Country Store on Ta- hofca. highway. STEEL Ornamental iron ol an and lawn tenets. Wire Vences. wort Potxb r&lli chain link IUBBOCK STEEL WORKS 214 Arc. O Ola] 5761 5—Business Services FOR TN-COMTE TAX 6ERV1CE —Sec— JOHN T.. V.llTGnAX, Pnblic Accountant No Boofe? to Sell. Tax Service liisteAd. HOS-A Tc'iis Ave. Tel. 6011 FOR SALE or trade, country grocery tore and filling station. No competition. Trade for tractor, equipment, and Uvcs'.ock_ Rent farm. Write Bos 21 Avalanche-Journal. WANTED: Good rad'.otrition. guarantee $18.00 week. Give references. %Vrit» Moore's Batter/ and Jladio Shop. Paducah. Texas. WANTED at once: Min with pickup or truck to operate milch route. IOU 6:h. TWO BOYS to drag greens on Cunnjr.g- ham'.- Junlcr Go'.f course, afternoon and I5c hour. Apply J619 College Ave. • Read & Bo'ndnrani Complei* «nd Lean 1210 A.TC. J Srrric* DIAL 7456 CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOANS A3 financial correspondent for tba Con- oetlcut murnaJ Ufa Insnranc* «irnp»ny. 1 am prepared to make you * lo«n *t » ne-w low Interest rate. IF IT IS A GOOD LOAN 1 CAN M.VRE IT CLAUDE B. HURLBU? Citizens N»VL Bank Bldg. _ Dill SS22 EXPERIENCED pastry • helper wanted. Regular employment. Dial 4363, P.H.A. loans to Improve your fim »r.d refinance old loans. 20 years to pay. per cent IrAcrest. Low rate Insurance and 25 years to pay. company loans. SO DRIVE-IN CAFE. $950.00 cash. One block from Teias Trch. Gross receipts 1941 over $10.000.00. D:ai 8194. FOR SALE; Modern plant, priced reasonable. BOK J33 or phone 20. Amheril, Texas. r\DR SALE or l«a<e Chlcker. Hoiuc, Drive- in Cafe located on 19th Street. S-.c or call W. Paul Faulkner. Dial 5307. LT.WCH room, gocd location, cheap rrr.t. 1809 Ave. T. FOR SALE: Alford's cafe, located at 815 Broads.ay. Dial 2-3034. 12 Maytag Helpj-Selty Laur.dry Irxated !r. Morton. Doing nice business. Rtasoa for selling other Inte-csts. All equipment In «s- cellcnt condition. Writ? or ^e e Movton Steam Laundry, P. O. Box !33A, Motion, Text.s. LUBBOCR'S longesr aantam-coonter it ihe Av»lanche-Jauran.ri fcr s*> Want Ads. 13-A—Help Wanted, Female WASTED: \Vorlc:r.? girl or Tech student to 5-tay n;i?hr^ with woman while husbnr.d is awiy. Sl.OO nir:ht. zm-SlrA. CAPABLE voting Toman to keep hourc for two ariiiTry. Room, bosrd, salary. Write P. O. Box 851. Lubbock. WANTED: Capable worn.-.n* fc.r houiework and cure nf rhHrtrfn. Hours 8:30 to 6 p. in.. 5V.OO per week. 615 29th. Dial 6982. FURNISHED pparlment for couple Jn exchange for housework. Dial 50S5. WANTED: Neat atipearing lady, experienced in millinery. Write Postoffice Box I5S2 and state phone numbev. WHITE coup'.* or widow. ?arage apartment exchange for ho'.i.s.'keeTrnfc 2014 10th. HOW DOES Tour Radio won? Fo- qu:ct service and repairs ste Radios, J3A Ciaxsi- fkitbfj in the Want Ad*. Briley & Jay Poora 504. Coalty Bid?. P. O. Box 22;. Dial 5411 LOANS We tn prepared to rjafce your farra »nd ranch loan at a low rate of Interest. I ll pay you to see u». We. can maki you an P. H. A. loan for ne^v building and can also rellnKnce your present loan at a. loxcr rate of interest^ GREEN BROS. Lubbock Hotel B!dft. Dial 16-B—Money To Loan Money To Loan Diamonds, watches, tuns, radJ^jx, typewrtt er» or anything of ralce. LICENSED AK-O BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM IOAN & JEWEIRY 1203 DUI Buy A Defense 2ond TODAY! Spikes-Sellers * FURNITURE NO. 3 Billy Spites, MST, WE WANT TO HOT OR TRADE TOUR USED FURNITURE Iso a complete stocS new furniture. 15H We. H. Dial 6462. . HICKS' HATCHERIES 1829 Avenue H Dill 5012 HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERTONS' NOTICE FARMERS! Tractor tires cost less at Wards II your present tires are worn-out, take them to one of .your authorized county tire inspectors, (Wards will be glad to inspect if in Lubbock County) then see your tire rationing bo?^-d If you secure .* 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. Ave., Lubbock, Tex. Independent Dealer Q B Dili 6012 Highest Cash Prices PAID FOR USED FURX1TDHE PLAINS FURNITURE CO. ' Phono 4511 TOP • PRICES pals ror ared furnltur*. B»la Furniture. 1617-lBth. ,D1»I 3-16S1. Livestock LDBBOC& HATCHEB* Win sen this year tha oest laying cilcSs at' most reasonable prices. Now open. We still -want more eggs. East of fair grounds. H. W. SIMS EVERYTHING Nails. Trheel barrows, hoes, rakes, shovels, poultry wire, stoves, linoleum, beds, springs livingroom suits, dinnettes, studio couches mattresses, two wheel trailofs, cabinettes' sewing machines, and zinc tubs, lavatoriei. THE BARGAIN HOUSE 3208 So. Ave, E Dili 8931 19—Livestock For Sale !. 4. AND 5 year old and older, rn»re mules In pairs. Average '1300 pounds. Housewright, at McClung. Highest Prices Paid For Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Wool, Tallow. NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO, Dial 4442 • East 19th and Santa P« Tracks ENGLISH LEGHORN' FARM Boot your order for baby chicks bic*e4 by 8 years of improved breeding from trap- nest strain. All foundation stock has corns Irom 2 to 7 yr. old hens headed by El. O. P. males. Flocks blood-tested for B. W. D. Baby chicfcs hatched in new all-electric machines and guaranteed to live, Anstri- Whltss on Tuesday acd Leghornj OB Tilday at reasonable prices. MKS. VANCE'S HATCHEBT Shallowater, Terai Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments Piano Tuning & Repairing «13 27th Dial «2a C. B. LIVELY Lubbock, Ttx»n 35 HEAD Jersey springer hrlfers. Best of quality. 4'.4 miles west ol Sha'.IowaUr. Panaers! Come and get your p!cfc. WOODY FARMS 3 TOTJNO Ktfntle saddle marcs, saddles, bridles. D'.a! 9292. C. T. Mooner. FOR SALE or trade for cattle, 193t tu- dor Chevrolet setfan. good condition, S gocd tires. Dill 2-9917. . BRED Jersey sprir.iter eotrs and heifers. Dial 5-9917. T. Teal. KEETON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle and hogs. Dial 6G71 collect See Us For Keeton's Western Brand Tankage We pay highest prices for hogs. Model N Fort Worth Spudder, Powered 200 International, 15" to 6" tools, mounted on Indiana Truck. Sl.400.00. Would trade in on farm close to Lubbock. Paul Plerson. Eeagraves, Texas." 2*00 PIECES OP SHEET IRON. 30c per sheet, 3$ Inches long and 33 Inches wide. yOU CAN BUH^D A GOOD SHED CHEAP TOM FRENCH 2ND HAND STORE 1327. Ave. H Lubbock. Teiai Dial «7M DON'T WAIT Get that used reconditioned refrlguator now. $30 UP TERMS — See Them Now 20-A—Radios NEW 42 MODEL 12-tube co-.sole used t-xo months. Will sacrifice lor S65. Call Gnlla- horn, 8501. 21—Miscellaneous For Sale NEW Leonard refrigerator. Jfatlonal cash register, and bathroom fixtures, trade for equity ITI late model car. W. P. I.syn;. Slaton. AuLJS-CHALMERS tractor, liiter cultivator; S350.CO with one-way, $500.00. Dial PRESSURE water system tank, pump Jack, motor, pipe, and sucker rod complete. Dial 2-9D27. WHlli: Leghorn pellets, 100 I:iyirij, 100 5-months. 1HO 6 weeks old. 350t-23n5. Dial S850 or 7*33. HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. 1211 Di»J 7«l» ONE Caso tractor with *-roi» equipment, rubber tires In gocd condition- On« Cisa tractor with 2-rov equipment, good condition. TELFORD LUMBER CO. 1306 4th Street Dial 7ij] Bargains Galore LUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 Avs. H 13-A—Poultry & Supplies QUALITY HATCHERY 347 (1 Oncie S-,m n«d» more csg.« tor de"en« Vcu can jupplv them with pullets from our ci.h-coTe-ed vitamin fed free range flocts. FOR SALE Hi-brfS p!an:ire seed. 80r. Planted o.i« r .jar from Surarr.crour's hi- brcd reed. Rccl:an-d. reman trcatea In 3 bushel ih::e bags. An grown by r. E. Ha:!rf.-. O3:!cn. Cc\a?. I2n b.-Jpji gmr.-d at by O Br;cn Co-cri g-.n. Sec — KINCAIDE SEED & GRAIN 5%aCo-rat FT. Texas SWEET POTATO SEED: Mirylands. State Ceriif.*.!. two > 3 ajjoln-r.g sections of land v,;h scp.irite sets c' smail !rn- proTcn-.cnt=. S1.0» per ocre cash rer.t. Can b!- farn-.fd together. 10 miles wnth- 22—Wanted To Buy WE HAVE GOVERNMENT DEFENSE ORDERS On AH Scrap Material "SEE CS BEFORE YOU SELL" IUBBOCK IRON & METAl CO. 1817 Ave. H HIGHEST prices paid to/ assd clothing 1207-Ave. G. Dial 2-9112. 20JO $5.00 an of Hcrrlcrd. C. D. EiifMon. iH'miks "•* oiitheast of Lubaock. Route 1. j 4th pei ton per Magazines c__ ton Newspaper.- ASSOCIATED ISON & METAl CO. & G i Dial 2.3342

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