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Lubbock, Texas
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TEN—THE MORNING AVALANCHF , Wednesday, March 11, 1942 ./ • • •• , . . •- . Dial 4343 For The Avalanche-Journal Offfcc%- • • •" :=====:=_—__;. — ^-^-^: UIQI «ugj_r-pr the Avalanche-Journal Utticc>-.x DIAL 4345 THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy~Sdi~Trade Or Rent Anything KMo, Kule* and JKequlrtmtnU »t ^^^^^^^^^^^^'"'^'^'"^'"^'""""""'^'""^'^^"^"'^"'^^••^'•''^^•^•••^•^"•^•^ . ... / ( J ciuiifMi AtoKbtnc O/MITI^AI OFF THE RECORD C. T.l U""L „ . '" "" "" '•~| S |fe— AK^^NTS .,_. r -H" ^/r TT - F1 " anclal "vestock Miscenaneous , _ —« Tm,,.•?;.•„. -^. -:>'•:•":;.,-•!--wI Io-L/—Heln Wanf*»rl 1C t» HJI ~e~ • ~ T~ ' • Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Aval&nche Sunday Avalanche-Journal All c'asslllta eHvertliiJns mil tppcar U> both (be M.orcir-2 and nlternoon pipen, tX)Uj papift counting one Insertion. All classified advertising 1& printed In tne Lubboci i{orn!ng Arxlinehe first »na •-h; Daily Journal of the same date, no Cl&ssilied orisinaUnz In thi" uTtrrnooD p»per. f~laS5l!lH: lor .Sunday's Ji^uc m*Ui appt&r :n the Aval&ncne-Journ») counting one in.'.ertioa is the paper 12 *cnt to all sub- •crtl-ers or notb th* afterroon *Bi norr.lng papers. EFFECTIVE JA.NDAKY li. 18U AV ALA.S CHE-JO DHXAL Combined Ratr; 10 Word Minimum : d&j. per vsrd J eaj'S. per word J daj's, per irord 1 days, per (ford r dp.ys. per vforti 4C EC 8e IOC 12C ratti for consecntirs insertion . *M out-or-tows ads receiTed bj rr.tii must fre eash irith ordtr. Ko exception. "NO REFUND" on ^d stonofd liter n has • ppeired In paper. DIAL tits Our experienced ad t&Icer »U1 r**e!ie jouj »< *nd belp you £o word It then our collector «11! cull the following dar. rHESE ACCOUNTS ARE "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" FOR OOB PATHONB AXD FOR ONE DAY OSIY. Mo advertisements accepted on *n "untu forbid" order. A *pecified number of in- JWtiocs oust be giren. W« reserve the rifiht to place an advertisement under the proper clusifle*- cion and reject cnc'.e&n or ob*ectionabit copy. Obituaries and c&rds ol inanx* at regular classified advertising rates. The publisttrs are not responsl&Ie for copj otnisslon£. typographical errors or any unintentional error that may occur .further than to correct it n«t issue after :• is brouBht to their attention. All advertising order* are accepted on this basis only. fhe Aralacche-Journal can no; DC responsible for more than ono incorrect insertion of a classified ad. Adrenisers shouJd check their adi on first day of publication and fcnaiedUtely notify the Classified Department U aay mistakes occur, classified AdTsrtlsinj accepted nntiJ 6:00 p. IE. on week d»y» *sd Saturdays. For classified display advertising information— UiAi, i5JS TO OISCOSTINDE AN AD • Notice to Discontinue an Ad must be liven after '8 a. m. aatj before 6 p ci. to lomt meraber of the Classified Ad^eiiist- ment Department. We cannot be responsi- b!« for notice ?Sren before or after these hours, aad to members of aorae other departzaest Notice To The Public Tbfi Aralanche-Journal Is a member mt On Association of Newspaper Classified Adrertising ilanaters, -which inoludes leid- toS Newtpapsrs throughout thn countrj jn< has aj Ita aim th» elimination ol trewJnlent and •ii!e*itlT!« Classified Ad- Announcements 1-—Lodges and Societies \ \ Yellowbouie Ixxlgn No. 8(1 A. P. and A. UL Stated communications the Plr$t Friday nleht «cb month. JOHN H. POKTWOOD. W. U- HDQH J. licCLELULN 2—Floral and Nursery Tyler Roses Complete lin« of nursery stock. Prices iou can afford to pay. Come by and make your selections. Hub Nursery 2215-lSth St. WHITESIDE NURSERY S«« ui for «elect nursery stock Includlnj !had» tort trult trees, shmbi. everireens »nd 30 varieties of roses. FREE LANDSCAPE AND DELIVER* SEETICE Mile North of Tech Collesa on Utttefleld BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us tor complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 mi. on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 Pads About Shrubbery Of course you wan: to get the for your — when you .' nursery stack. Then ba sura to see the oldest nursery firm In Lubboct. Ask us for free Information. We trio— -s-hat 3-111 gro- and where to plant It. Fruit Trees, regular __ ^ r T3c. only ^3 per doz. Dogwood, butterfly bush, fiowtrlng ^T peach, regular SI. each, two for . v ' Pnasy plants. Kn per tioz. .. • 3UC TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st St. Dial 8S81 t-arse Stock of Smooth. Stra!jht CHINESE ELMS *cd other snsde trees. RED BOD: Bloom- ln; size 50c to S1.50. smaller sizes 15= and us. ETcrsrccns. Floweni;; Shrubs. Bul&s, Strawberries. KERSHKER HURSERY >» Ml. S. ot Ate. H on Slalon Highway m PROVED, hom^rown. cvcrbMrlns. Gem f tr (tr\"r>; Plant-. 100. S1.25 prepaid. l~ W. \.llllsir.;on. P.oulc 6, LybbocS. Tesas. 3—Lost and Found LOST: Wheel, tire *r.d tutic b-twtcn l«b- fxx:* and Idalou. Reward, v.'rite Box 7 Avalanche-Journal. . ' LOST: Buff colorei rn ilc cocs-r sp»r.ic! R'-ward. Dial i2E5. TXJST: Kelinsfcy Dill bos fur hit. :,SrE. Garjch, Dial 6034. STRAYED: 10 year old black iwrw. sbout HOT lAs, '.i mile south Grovrs^ille School. O. JN. Stewart. Rt. 3. Lubbock. 4—Personal Notices MADAME CORLFNf F.EA17EB Coiisult mt tfxla.7 ahout jo»r lovr nzse or basincss problems. Palm rcsc!ir:s And phrenology anaiysi;. Near business <i;3- trict Keadinss EOc and up. I US Are. Jt, Dial :.'-s;-0o S.IAO.VM LE.\ADA btr* for lev daj-j. 1911.' 16th. Dill T657. PRO?. Lawjoc, *sfc-c!o(ry, card readmjs, *11 affairs. l«3-Sth. Dial 2-3347. The Avaiacche-JournaJ PuDlish ing Company has been authorized to present the names of the fol lowing citizens as Candidates for office subject to the action of the Democratic Voters at their Primary Election on Saturday, July 25, V942. FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE i!9th District Hop Ha!sey FOR CHIF.F JUSTICE, Courf, of Civil Appeals (7th Dist AmariUo) E. C Nelson of Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTOROTY 72nd Judicial District Burton S Burks. Re-Election) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CLERK Hoyal Furgeson. (Re-Election, FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, CRe-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR H. B- Bryan, CRe-Election) FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Ralph Brock (re-election 2nc term) FOR COU.NTY SCHOOL, SUPT Roy Boyd Claude L. Hale, (Re-Election 2nd Term) FOR COUKTY CLERK Ed D Allen, (Re-Election) R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G V Pardue, CRe-Election) FOR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts Coleman (Reelection, 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G K- Horton, CRe-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Maasker, CRe-Election) C. Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E. Gray, (Re-Election - 2nd Term) T L. Holt Ottis Isom PKECINCT 4 Newton Stokes, CRe-Election 2nd Term) V.- J. Farris M. J". Barton FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE PRECINCT 1, PLACE 1 Walter Davies PRECINCT 1, PLACE 2 D. W. Robertson J. T. Inmon, Cre-election) FOR CONSTABLE PRECINCT NO 1 T. E. (Chief) May CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS 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. CBill) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Announcements 4—Personal Notices . dlffer- PATROVIA Astrologist and Psychologist Expert advice on busjneJt, love. marrii t Special Readings 50c Hours: Iffl ,. m . to g p . m _ d>II R'iO Ave. J. Apartment B -A—Card of Thanks Card Of Thanks Your helping hand? and wordi of sympathy served to ll;hten our burden during the Hints* and death of our husband »nd father. Our .ppreclal.'on and feeiini of thankfulness is more than words can ez- press. -MRS. J. M.^ ISAACS ASD FAMILY Business Service *- E —Building Supplies and Contractors STEEL VJL t JUBBOCK STEEL WORKS TiBocin^^liEfArc^ NEW - -USED ___ Caprock Lumber Co. 131h St. and Ave. Q Diai 5i53 HARDVfARE DEPARTMENT garden' h'o^ _ _ _ _ $3.98 Heavy garden ' 98c _ $4.98 "Just throw your wraps on the bed—The Doctor wants Henry to perspire freely, anyhow." Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors . BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 619 13ih DIAL 5718 S. P. A. GRADE MARKED <K1I_\ DRIED LUMBEE) 1x8 No. 1 rough lenclng. ' per hundred 1x3 yellow pine ablpiap. per hundred . 2H and 2*6. good Ko. 3. per hundred :: 1x13 YP boxfnir. dry rnd bright, per hundred 1x12 sheeting boards, per hundred : $4.50 $3.75 $3.50 $3.75 BULl PEN Lumber: All kinds pick it out. per hundred 11 inch-J-20, 150 ft. roll 18 lach-2-20, 150 ft. roll 21 Inch-2-20, 150 It. roll _; 36 inch-2-20. 150 It. roll _ 48 ineb-2-3S~' ISO H. roll 150 ft. roll POULTRY NETTING $1.35 $1.95 $2.35 $2.95 $3.85 60 inch-2-20, ,-- M JTJ. STUCCO NEniNG WIRE Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors $3.75 .90 $1.10 $135 CEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliveries Doors 5-panel, any size Red Fence (4-ft.) 50-foot roll _____ 35-Jb. Holl Roofing '. 45-lb. Roll Roofing 55-5b. Roll Roofing 90-lb. Roll A- AA Roofing, slate surfaced «)Z.QlJ 100-lb Sack A- -« Asphalt yl*5« Asphalt Felt ' A- _-» Per Roll vl«75 Vi-in. Gypsum . A- - ft Board 5>Ze5C ?s-in Gypsum A- nA Board ?3*w{] Vt-in Gypsum . A- - A Board :__ $3«5*l V2-in Liner A— » A Board ^Z.jG Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice GEQ.W.GRAY LUMBER COMPANY 13 inch-1-20. 150 ft. roll 18 Jnch-1-ZO, ISO ft. roll 24 lnch-1-20, 150 ft. roll 35 !nch-l-2d, ISO ft. roll 43 lnch-1-20, ISO ft. roll Oriental Stucco, per sack Cement. per sack 'A-inch fir Ttallboaril. <}• ,» per squaie . ^*r. Poultry and Rabbit Fence 43 ln-4-17. 150 ft. rail 60 lnch-t-17. 150 ft. roll Icch-S-H'^t. 10 rod roll ho? wire, per roll _:_ $2.35 : $3.40 $4,25 $6.25 $7.45 $1,90 69c $4.95 $5.75 $6.85 BOWMAN LUMBER CO. Tou> Prlendli Lumber Dealer ROUGH lumber cheap. Wholesale, retail Jackson Brothers sawmill. Ocate. Nes Mexico Tla Wajon Mound. 5—Business Services ORIGIXAL SWEDISH JIASSAGE For Rheumatism. Flue. Liver Kldn»y. Nervousness. Scientifically administered. DR. O. FREDERICK BURRIS Dial 2-3452 or 5534 Public Stenographer EXPERIENCED Commercial — Legal — Oil 613 Mjrick BIdg. Dial 5SM -.ubhocfc, Tex. R e s. 3550 FOR INCOME TAX EERVICE -^S«— JOHN L. YACGHAN, PoWIe Accountant Vo Boots to Sell. Tax Service Instead I106-A Texas Are. Tel. 6011 INCOME TAX SERVICE Bujlr.ej* and Tax Records For All Trees of Business. Personal Tax Reports Maie. M*nry-Henrj Co. Inc. EP. H. BAKEB G. IT. CRAIQ AsineUtei JZocm 122 Labbocfc Katlona! flldz Phone 2-1152 6—Beauty Parlors BON TON BEAUTY SHOP :009-Hih ermanent* with latest style frathcr ri*tr ihapin;:. - ejo rn r •?•*• J" and TJn DAIL E021 SPRING PERMANENT SPECIALS wav e -5>O.. -WAVED BEACTT SHOP 003-lSth SU Dial (i HALBERT'S BEACTr SfTGr Corner Sth and Ave. il Dial il.OO Sander* oil fj no •3.CO permanent . *t jo 5.00 permanent . f'no Plain shumpoo and set sji c 8—Business For Sale :AFE FOR fs le nr lca;c. fuUv cquij FOR SALE 5TF.AM J.AVNPRY ^hiisintfs. psrt cash, ,' traric. Src JE'/IIKO r.l'Sll l.cvclland. Texas I\t-I\ with liv;r.5 q-Jartfrs. prjccd for Quick jalc. Sec or write T. O. Yov;n; Chicken Hut. Pans Texas GROCERY .v.icl ir.arV:ct. SeH stock ar.d I. x - vrtf, lease bv.ildine. good l.-j.s;ne=-= B?~i Mouser. Spad». Tevs;:. 4th & College Texas & 23rd &—Business For Sale WELL equipped beauty shop for sale. Write BOX 33, Avalanche-Journal. CAFE for sale cheap. Good reason for selling quietly. 213 Ave. H. NEW AND USED clothings. Will sell bus iness cr stock. Dial 5311. !0—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries Finest Quolity Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES PANTS lOc Cash iind Carry STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy ANXOUNCns'G A new service to you. ir you live close to t-oi ege R7e., drop your cleaning at 1303 College Ave.. Morris pick-up station. Tor Vi 1 "" 1 . 1 " 1 "- AU cl «n!ns done at e main plant. Same courteous service as shown you at— Whifworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4562 All work guaranteed 10-B—Professional Service DR. J. W. PHILLIPS DEVTI5T 337 Lnbbock Nafl. Bldg. LDBBOCK Ol»l J-3301 12—Woman's Column DRESSMAKING. Elteration. and buttoc- nolcs. special care. 1632-iath. Dial SB33. Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male BARBER wanted, union shop. H. L. Bobb. 1103 Coiicgc Ave. 13-A—Help Wanted, Female \OONG Indy for Ecners! of/Ice work State asc. experience, creation, anrt ralary c x- pcctcd. \Vriic Bix 34. Avilanche-Journal WAITRESS Trar.tcd, Earl's cafe. I631-Co!- lc?c Avc. . WHITE woman to help with npn;cwnrVr wsliiar lo ICAVC city. Dial 3-9332. uis Broadway. COLORED or Mexican maid Rt Coffrai.n co-arts. House and salary. Dial 7512. WANTED: Woman for neneral h Raise chicken on shares. H. D. let; Ion. Route I. Robblns I3-C—Salesmen Wanted V-.^TED—Reliable man to succeed R»y- •nonrt Goclh as Rawlcfsrh Dcaic.- in £ a .,t LnnoocS co'inly—1.000 t.-imltics. acllir.c; cs- jcntncc unnccc5sar>- tr> start. Evcrj-lhi^c furnished except car. Splendid oppoftun'tv to step into a permanent and profitable t>u:,ncfs where Riwlci;h Products h^r. ^cn soid inr nvcr 15 years. Gocd Pjofits o, r. Rustier ror particular.-; write Haw!e;Rl,s, Drpt. TXC-450-10G. Memphis Tcnr... o-^cc K. E. Goeth, 1920 Sixth St.' boclc. Texir. ' J-D—Help Wanted Provisional OVER 7,000 Men «M<S women not only trained but actusllj- *orking ,:\ alrcr.ft. factories tralnrd and placed In those positions by FRYE OFFERS 1. A. and tovf.A financial background (you know the school will be there when you finish and ;» thoroughly responsl- 3. A definitely approved and affUitted <choo!. 3 'ET > ' e i 8 'i V '.I." C £ Btudtnt :)2 + h<>"" train- Ing Including 58 seperate basic protects which covers 92r. ot the total construction of ar. aircraft. 4. Largest free and exclusive service and placement bureau of any Tfias school s. Optional rmanvi arrangement- 1. We furnish room and board (op- ilonsl). transportation, a tailor made u/ilforms. all tools and text books 3. No positive jet rules, w e try to meet >tjur needs. 8. TERMS AS LOW AS JiVOO down and -B—Money To Loan 'i.iK hor °UBh Investisa- tion through Natl. Better Business Bureaus. Local Chamber of Commerces .Thousands of former Frye TtudenS' Srt"Soli° U w B , ank5 v, Blue Boole Avlatton Ai?l»n ' .i 1 ' P ub:i!ll(d magazines as sources *** aulhentic recognized lnstruct » in the 8. Day and night courses. 9. Special attention and training to women lfu."? e0t Vth r 4 m P°""« aavintas.' eJ: elusive with Piye Schools BEWARE I!!!-' h»vi" f A Sf C "," Tralnln S =^nols until you wrnro f/ lnv< ; slj ff at «l 'heir placement record financial responsibility, stabilllv tjpe ot Instructors, whether they arc ap- PolTrv I Vrv t:C / ptcd by the industry. P POSTIVELY do not. pay in any mon-y the above "^ completely satisfied as to "Ask any Prye Student" AIRCRAFTCooF r DALLAS . ., Aa Approved School ' Lubbock Office I«0 Broadway Dial 8301 TRAIN LUBBOCK Day and Kight Classes 1400-1402 Avenue J torv 0 "" E - * l ° 6 WCekS course und " 'ao Aircraft Construction. Hundreds" 'placed craft fa r °" slon " hoo! in a " malor alr- Tools. Uniform and Textbook Furnished MEN and WOMEN 18 to 55 18 to 40 President Roosevelt In his recent fireside chac state •TKOnUCTION IS THE KEYNOTE" we are seeking more men and women to rumour plants. We are working "ongcr IF YOU WANT A JOB PULL OFF YOUR COAT, 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK Earn S40 to S5D Per Week. w-balarf surprislns . iy low - Pa " tuition No Red Tape No Delay Dial 2-9173 Please Investigate! See or Write Bob Burns, Chief Registrar Open week days and Sunday unlil 8 p.m. Aero-Crafts Institute »00-02 Avenue J Lubbock Te«. (Associated with Houston Aeronautical ?i r , f choo! - Houston. Tei. and Halle Fliinj Service, Austin. Tex.) 14—Situations Wanted f 1 ^? h ,?« 5 <" r <"-- t - Practical nursing. El """ n «' 1 ^>» 8 Financial 16—City and Farm Loans ;, loan ,!, J ,° ljn P r <»'e your farm ana Ce Low rats Insurance company loans. 30 end 25 years So pay. Briley & Jay CITV, FARM OR RANCH LOANS QUICK I CASH < LOANS FOR'ALL PURPOSES FAIR FINANCE CO. 4 Looiier Bids -.-.1104 Bt-' OVER J C PENNEY S SMALL SECURED LOANS $10.00 to $75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009V^ Texas LOANS FOR AUTO TAGS $5 to S50 Immediately On Your Signature If Employed SIO to $100 Or. Auto or Furniture Quick Service — Fair Rates Sensible Payments See Us First PLAINS FINANCE AKD INVESTMENT CO. 19—Livestock For Sale TWO bred *owa, will farrow soon. E. Z. Ix)lcey, 2V4 milts east Lubboclc.' , jS HEAD Jersey springer heifers. Best of quality, tV, miles west of Shallowater. 1-ariners. 1 Come and get jour nick. WOODY FARMS K.EETON 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. 19-A—Poultry & Supplies COX HATCHERY Remember, Cox Chicks Don't Cost, They Pay 1111 Avenue P LUBBOCK, TEXAS See u* for 12 breeds ol the finest chickens. bette aP " '° Pay m ° re for somethin S PRI- AND plenty aiready s Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments Piano Tuning & Repairing 1313 27th DlBl 4428 C. B. LIVKLY 21—Miscellaneous For Sale 1941 FARMALL 20. row binder. S-foot John Deere or.c-v/ay, $250.00. Fred A. Orovea, Wolfforih, Texas or Tige Groves, Stinnett, Texas. WILL sell Underwood portable typewriter, best condition. 1213 Broadway. PRESSURE water system tank, pump jiclc, motor, pipe, and sucker rod complete. Dial 2-9327. SWEET POTATO SSED: Marylands, Stat. Certified. Have two «/a adjoining scctiona of land with separate sets of small Improvements, si.oo per acre cash rent. Can be farmed together. 10 miles south- cist of Hereford. C. D. Elliston, 114 miles east, '.4 north Lubbock, Route 1. 9x30 HOUSE to be moved. MEO cafe Jlx- turei. 2«1 Wain. WIZZARD concrete block machine with face plates, end gates and pallets. J. W McCauley, Lamesa, Texas. 1935 ALL1S-CHALMERS Tractor, rubber lister, planter, cultivator. Cash $250 00 oneway SMO.OD. Dial 6845. ' FOR SALE Complete line of Poultry Remedies, als exclusive RED CHAIN FEED DEALER. l5Shorns ' WANTED No. 1.Fryers. !'/« to 2V, IDs. -. No. 1 Heavy Hens, over Vh ib' ~ 17, No. 1 Light Hens and all Leghorns, •No. 1 Tom Turkeys _ tii No. 1 Hen Turkeys _."J!l^lT-~".. is. 1105 Ave. L Dial 6942 IT IS » GOOD LOAN I CAM MAKE 1^ CLAUDE B. HURIBUT CUftensNat'L Banlt aidg. _ Dial 6B2S are prepared to maSc your rann and lanch loan at a low ra;t of interest it V ^ y p r0 « '2 s , ce 3S - Wc - can m "«e i % "• A ' loar) for ntw bulldinr and csn also refinance your present loan at a lower rate of Intcre:t. GRI:F.N BROS. l BldiT. -J22 Fo? Your Own Defense Build « Horn* W* Will Financa Iniur* U Kead & Eondaram Complet* tnsurancB «nd Loan Serrlc* ilO Ave. J Di AL 7456 NEED MONEY FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your money worries with a fast—convenient personal loan. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. 4Hi Floor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 Money To Loan Diamonds, watches. e uns. radios, typewriters or anything ol calue. LICENSED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1208 Broadway Dial 3761 Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes TEACHER OF POPULAR PIANO Fillers Breaks, Chords. Learn to play popular music in three months. S5.00 per month. I208-22nd. • rfe« K <: i buslness - government offices. New condensed secretarial course prepares quickly. Draughor.'s College. 18—Furniture For Sale STOVE rcpsirlnB since 1912. Ov«n door sprmp. Jack Crumc. Bain Furniture. Dial -I-AOOl. HIGHEST cash blaacr 3 on used furniture Harold Griffith W* N« HALL Dial 2-9811 or 6441 IB'JS Ave. B AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU * ODR PRICES ARE IN LINE Don't delay jour chicle buying any longer rm.Vi OU purcha£e HICKS' DEPENDABLE CHICKS you set chicks that are hatchet rwV^'t.-e tla ^ !!ed J igh ' ~ DEPENDABLE „,„ ,, , tho "S h sou should have to pay a little more In additional, cost to « my dependable chicks they will return ts your many times over in extra egcs extra profits. The-small additional first cost and the long run show you a greater profit where the Inferior low grade chlcfcs lose money for you. Get your share of the poultry profits. Almost a quarter century of scientific breeding for MORE EGGS . BIGGER EGGS BIGGER BIRDS offer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger share of these HICKS' HATCHERIES 1S29 Avenue H Dial 5012 MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHiCKS e MURPHREY'S HATCHERY 1564 Ave. H nia , iM :J V SGOR Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942 Swift's Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swifl Haichery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock. Texas POULTRY WANTED bc '°" " u Dial 1-3431 John Spikes Eddie Sellers Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE Complete stock furniture., carpets. We trade for and buy your used furniture 1211-mh. Dial 2-2111. Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE NO. 2 Bll!y Splits. Af?r. TTE WANT TO BCT OR TRADE TOTJR USED FCR.VITCRE FOB SALE cheap: 1933 FrijMalrc. bedroom ii't, . C ° uchl anfi :ockcr - oil «nse and heater, and cabinet. 304 Temple Arc Hijthcst Cas^ Prices PAID FOB CSED FCBX1TCRS PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phone 4S71 B»la ror ased omtnT Furniture. 16n-19th. Dial 3-168U WE WANT To Buy Yoi:r Used Furniture EAST SIDE FURNITURE Livestock !9—Livestock For Sale • ILTS for sale. Phone 5151. Highest Prices Paid For "lattle— Horse Hides, Sheep Pells, Wool, Tallow. NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 East 19tn an a Santa r« EVERLAY vFHEDS FROM STAKT. TO FINISH FOR VOUK TOP MARKET PRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 242? Ave. H Dial 4307 HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERTONS' t-rjBBOCK BATCSERT "- w. SIMS QUALITY HATCHERY" rHE MOol ineipensire these Ad*. [ Hl-hred planting seed. E(Ki germination. . Planted one year trom Summcrour's hl| bred seed. Recleaned. ceresan Ircated in J bushel white bags. All grown by P E Walker, O'Brien. Cexis. T20 baJes ginnsd at once by O'Brien Co-op gin. See— KINCAIBE SEED & GB&IN Ehallosviicr, Texai FIVE THOUSAND oar.e bundles chean. Two miles east, >,i mile north Slide. R. B. HamiHon. EVERYTHING Built-in Oven, Oil Stoves Sl".50-to $25.00 Cane Bottom Chairs SI.10 Antique Organ $15.00, will play EVERYTHING The Bargain House 3'ion Soulh Avenue II Dial FOR SALE: Good two-wheel stock trailer truck tires. 808 Ave. M. SWEET MILK for sale, 30c gallon. Dleic Adams, 2'.a miles north Tech. STOVES 50 feet or garden hose . OIL t^-r-n «•«<* LAMP .' ^ $50.00 We have' the most complete line ot used stoves on the South Plains. 8DSTER FRENCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE 1901 Ave. H Phone. 8131 COTTOH SEED For Planting TESTED AND TAGGED . I A, PATTERSON CO. Dial 2-203! P. O. Box 302 33u Ave H Lubbock, Te«« ' NOTICE FARMERS! v . Tractor tires cost less at Wards! If 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 tirs 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 I3th and Tex, Ave., Lubbock, Tex. 2400 PIECES OP SHEET IKON. 30c ' per sheet. 38 inches | 0 n? and 33 Inches wlds. Y00 C.AN SD7LD A GOOD SHED CHEAP TOM FRENCH 2ND HAND STORE 1827 Ave. H Lubbock. Texas Disl 4371 DOH'T WAIT 4 ' hat USCd rccondi ' io ne(l refriserator $30 UP TER.\rS—See Thern tto-x HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. 1211 Broaasraj Dial HIS Bargains Gafore IUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 Ave. H , LOIN STEAK - 35c L3 l 2 ^' BEEP R OAST. 15-20 BEST GRAD& M. C. ROTB 16th St. aoa Ave, D Dial 6031 CABINETS Iurn:turc. Furniture i BARLEY'S" CARIXET SHOP Ave. M D;al 1-3577 WRITE SEWINT, MACHINES —ana— VACtU.M CLEANERS dcraonstratron. S=!<5 on easy payments Sei-vict an makes Sfcerrpd Hardv/are Co. •ompletcly rebuilt, with four row >£tei- planter, and four row cuiti- : ator. Cash or terms, NO TRADE. Phono 5416.

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