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A-.. FOURTEEN—-THE MORNING AVALANCHE j£kk°£JSlZg£S' Thursday, March 12, 1942 /Piot 4343 For The AVofonr;he-Journal OfficeP DIAL 4545 THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Se I, Trade Or Rent fiolra *nd £eqalreme£t« •! Classified Advertising Ol The Advert iiloj; . -.,. Of The Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday Avalanche-Journal 411 classified advertising vlll appear 1C bath the Morning and Afternoon papera. both papers counting oce Insertion- A)) classified advertising is printed in the Lubbock Morning Av&lanche first and tto Dally Journal of the came date. ED classified orljlr.atln* in th» -Afternoon paper. n»j-ii/!«3 lor Sunday* issui «T11 appear in tLe Avalanche-Journal counting one Insertion as the paper U nsnt to M subscriber! ot both the afternoon jaw rooreins papers. 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The publishers are not responsible for copj omissions, typographical errors or anj unintentional error that may o«ur further th&a to correct It next Issue after i* li brought to their attention. All t.d- veTtlslnff orders are accepted on thli bajU only. rh« ATalanche-Joomal can not Bo responsible for/ more than oz>« in correct Insertion of a classified ad. Advertisers should . cheek thslr ad* on first day of publication and immediately noary tae classified Department U any mistakes occur. Clauified Advartlsiaf accepted until 6:00 Tf.TR.mi week days and Saturdays. Tet classified dlsjjliy advertising Infor- raatfcn— Otii, («3 TO DISCONTIXDE AN All to Discontinue an Ad must be £ir« after I a. m. and before S p. m. to rasa* member of the Classified Advertise- m*nt Department. We cannot be responsi- oi* tat notice given before or after thest boon, and to members of ' some other dejwrtment. Notice To The Public T5je Avalanche-Journal ia a nember •! ttw Association of Newspaper Classified Adrertisiag itanagers, which Includes tead- mC Newspapers throughout the country hai as iti aim th« elimination ol atf mlsleadmt Classified Ad- Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies Lodge No. HI A. f. tad A. M. Stated communication! the First Friday night each month- JOHN H. PORTWOOD, W. M. HUGH J. KcCLEIAiN Ssciet&Ty. 2^— Floral and Nursery : Tyler Roses Complet* line ot nursery stock. Prices jon can afford lo pay. Come by »nd znske yonr""Kl-ct!oas. Hob Nursery SJlS-I9th St. WHITESIDE NURSERY 8«« nj for selec; nursery stock tnclndlng thadt aad fruit trees. Ehrabj. evergreens and 15 varieties of roses. rKZE LANDSCAPE AND DEIJTERI SERVICE Mile North of Tech 'CoUegt on Llttlefleld High-say. BAKER BROS, HliRSERY Complete stock Ask us for complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 mi. on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 Fads About Shrubbery Or courts you to gee th most and best ef feet for your taocey when you ouy nursery stock Then Se sura to see the oldest nurtery firm in Lubbocfc. Ask us for free taTonnation. We taow what wfli grow and where to plant It. Fruit Trees, regular _ ec 'iSc, only _^ 33 per dot _ Dogwood, butterfly bush, flowerlcg , psach. regular SI, each, two for . • Pnasy plants. per doz. ; • • TEXAS FLORAL CO. LubbcclVs Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st St. Dial 8561 Etock of Smooth. Straight CHINESE ELMS *nd other ,'tsfie trees. RED BUD: Bloom- leg size SOc to SL30 smaller sizes 15c and up. Evergreens, Flowering Ehrabs. Bulbs, Strawberries. KERSHNER NURSERY Vt Ml. g. of Ave. H oa Slaton Highway IMPROVED, homegrown, tverbearlng w,< ? tr £? 1 *" r 5; P^nti. 100, J1.S5 prepaid. U W. Williaaijcn. Rca»« 6. Lubbock. Texas. 3—Lost and Found W35 DODGE t>!clc-up. B00< i condition, g tires, $100 cajh. J30S-32nd St. IOST: Wheel. Hrc tr.i fobt between Lab- bock and Idalsu. Regard. Write Boi 1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 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. FOft STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th 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, (Re-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, CRe-Election) R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G. V. Pardue. (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts Coleman (Reelection, 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G KL Horton, (Re-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, CRe-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 M. J. Barton FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE PRECINCT 1, PLACE 1 ' Walter Davies PRECINCT l, PLACE 2 D. W Robertson J T. Inmon, cre-election) FOR CONSTABLE PRECINCT NO' 1 . T. E. (Chief) May LOST: Buff coTorci male cocker soaalel. v. j, Dla , 4285 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. CBilD Price, Re-Election . Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Announcements 4—Personal Notices PATROVIA Astrologist and Psychologist Expert advice on business, love, sa*rri»ie Special Readings SOc 10 *• m - *» R P- m-. a Ave. J, Aparlment B Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractor* IUBBOCK IRON & METAL CO, NEW— STEEL — DSED Windows, stairways, Aatfts. Channel* Beams 1817 Ave. H Oil] 4933 Caprock Lumber Co." 19th St. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 HAEDWAEE DEPAaTMENT 58 /e-t 3-ply garden hose Heavy garden ,kes Light "wheelbarrow's , Spading forks Sprinklers 3 qt. Pyrer double boilers '_ Pjrex sauce pans ________ Pyrex skillets 98c $4.98 $1.20 $1,45 $2.95 $2.25 90c STEEL 4—Personal Notices PROP. IATTJOCI, astrology, card readmit, an aJfairs. l«za-SUi. Dltl 5-3347. READINGS Irom Amyo latlrely different. 1912-Uth. Dill T5TS. MADAMElORLEMT - EFATiEB CSjniclt -is»:to<If.7 about your IOT«. rr.ar- rt-ise or business problems. P»ta wadicgs •tut »>renolosr aaaXysls. Kear bnstaess Gls- trlet. aeidicjs Eit and cp, lilt Arc, t . . Dial 2-S503 8MPTY BOUSE u more erecnim tt» »int ad thai «1D rent It. Ornamenta] iron or »n Uadi. Porch r»IU and la»n fence*. v?tre work chain link LUBBOCK STEEL WORKS JH Ave. O Dial 6761 ROuGH l-jmber cheap. Wnoiesale. retail Jackson Broshers sawmill, Ocate, N ' Mexico via Wagon Mound. 5—Business Services OBiGINAL SWEDISH MASSAGE For Rheuraatisra. ritie. Liver Kidnev. Ner- vouiriEss. Scicutificaliy aJministerVd. DB, O. FREDERICK BTJRRIS Dial 2-9452 or 5531 INCOME TAX SERVICE Business and Tas Records For All Type* of Business. Personal TaT Reports Made. Jladry-IJcnry Co. Int. ED. H. EAKEB G. H. CRAIG Asijcia(es Hooai 221 L^bboci Natlncal Bids Phons 2-1152 . large se:ect!on st OFF THE RECORD 'Speaking of coats, there's the kind I'd like you to wear while I'm gone." Business Service 4-B—^Building Supplies and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 619 13ih DIAL 5718 S. P. A. GRADE MARKED (KILN DSHD HTMBEH.> 1x8 No. 3 rough fencing, per hundred .. US yellow pine shlplap. per hundred 2i* and IsG. good No. 3, per hundred 1x13 YP boxlnj, dry and bright, per hundred . 1x13 sheeting boards, per hundred BULL PEN Lumber: All kinds pick It out. per hundred . —_., $4.50 $3.75 $3.50 $4.50 $3.75 $2.65 POULTRY NETTING 13 lnch-2-20. ISO ft. roll _ 18 lneh-2-20. 150 ft. roll _ 24 lncn-2-20, 150 ft. roll _ 36 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll . « lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll _ 60 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll _ $1.35 $1.95 $2.35 $2.9-5 $3.85 $4.65 STUCCO NETTING WIRE 11 Inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll _: 13 Inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll 24 lnch-1-M, 150.lt. roll 36 inch-1-20. 150 It. roll 48 lnch-1-20. 130 ft. rol! Oriental Stucco. per sacfe Cement, per ssci J A-lnch fir tailboard. per square Poultry and Rabbit Fenc» 48 Jn-4-17. 150 ft. roll 63 Inch-t-17, 150 ft. roll Inch-s-HH. 10 rod toll Tire, per roll $2.35 $3.40 $425 $6,25 $7.45 $1,90 69c $4.50 $4.95 $5.75 $6.85 BOWMAN LUMBER CO. Tour Friendly Lumber Dealer 5—Business Services Public Stenographer EXPERIENCED Income tar returns msde and notarized. 612 Myrick Bids. Dial 66S3 Lubbock, Tex. Res. 9560 FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE —See— JOHN" I* TAUGHA>% PaWIo AceonnUnt No Boois to Sell. Tax Service Instead. 110S-A Texas ATO. Tel. 6011 6—Beauty Parlors BON TON BEAUTY SHOP 2009-I«th Perraantnta -with latest style feather hair shaping, £M en only . •r*« 3 >'and Tjp DAH, 8031 SPRING PEEMAXEST SPECIALS SS.EO pcrn-.sntnt *o C'n wave ^>J.DU WATEL BEADTT SHOP 1003-lSth St. Dial 61-5 HALBEKT'B BEACTI SHOP Corner 8th and &VK. M Dial J-3152 S2.00 Sanders oU JT.DO 43.00 pennanent - St.50 S5.00 permanent jjjso Plato *h*rapoo and «et . 85o 8—Business For Sale FOH SAtE: Retail dairy, only one. In South Plains town, doing good business Reason for selllne, falling heflth. Box 38 A-J, Avalanche. STOCK of groceries and fixture! for sale. Located at Farmer community. Rail! Star Route. A. R. Lee. CAFE FOR sale or le»se. fully equipped with or without living quarters and dince hall. 3007 Ave. G. FOR. SALE STEAM Good business, part cash, some trade. See cTrner— JETHRO RUSH Xevcllani. Texas DRIVE-IN vith living quaiters. pric«d for Wic^ sale, see or writ! T. O. Younir Chicten Hut. Paris, Texas GROCERY >nd market. Sell stock and fixtures, lease building, good bus'.ness Ben Mouse/. Spado. Tc*as. WELu equipped beaui.y s-hop for ta> Box 33, Avalanche-Journal. CAFE for sale cheap. Good reason for selling ouickljr. 218 Ate. H. KEW AND USED c!othir,?s. Will «I1 business or stock. Dial 5311. 12—Woman's Column DREESVAKIXG. alteration, anti buttonholes, special care. 1632-I8!ii. Dial 5533. Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliveries Doors 5-panel, any 'size Red Fence (4-ft.) 50-foot roll 35-lb. Roll Roofing 45-lb. Roll Roofing 55-lb. Roll Roofing 90-Ib. Roll Roofing, slate surfaced 100-lb. Sack Asphalt Asphalt Felt Per Roll Vs-in. Gypsum Board %-in Gypsum Board VS-in. Gypsum. Board V£-in. Liner Board $3.00 $3.75 .90 $1.10 $1.35 $2.00 $1.50 $1.75 $2.50 $3*00 $3.50 $2.50 Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice GEO. W. GRAY IUMBER COMPANY 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or - — PLAIN DRESSES J5C PANTS tOc Caih and Carry STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy Ser7l « to ANNOUNCING If you live close to - e o co ege »ve.. drop your cleaning at 1303 Col.ege Ave.. Morris pick-up station, for your convenience. All cleanln E . don« at tne main plant. Same courteous service as shown you ~* Whitwoiih Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. . Dial 456: All work guaranteed Employment 13-D—Help Wanted Provisional TRAIN IM LUBBOCK Day and Night ClaEsei 1400-1402 Avenue J iV« olfer n 4 to 6 weeks course under factory conditions in the fundamentals of Aircraft Construction. Hundreds placed from our Houston school In all major aii- craft factories. Tools. Uniform and Textbook Furnished MEN and 18 to 55 President WOMEN 18 to 40 Roosevelt In his recent fireside chat stated— "PRODUCTION IS TUB KEYNOTE" 'We are seeking more 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 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-Crafts Institute 1400-03 Avenue J Lnbboct. Texas (Associated with Houston Aeronautic*] Trade School, Houston, TM. and Ualle Flyinr Service, Austin, Tex.) SKILLED -sorters in greatest demand today ars WELDERS for aircraft and shin yards end other national defense plants My system will piepare you in a few weeks. Dial 8165 at night or see me at 504-Broadway. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. OVER 7,1 Men and women noc only trained but actually working in aircraft factories trained and pieced in those positions by FRYE OFFERS 1. A sale and sound financial background (you know the school TSUI be there ^hen you finish and is thoroughly resprnui'- •; Die) . 2. A definitely approved and affiliated • school. 3. Frye gives each student 324 hours train- ins including 58 seperate basic project' which covers 32r« of the total construction of an aircraft. 4- Largest free and exclusive service antl placement bureau of any Texas school 5. Optional finance arrangements. 1. We furnish room and board (optional), transportation. 2 tailor made uniforms, all tools and text books 2. No positive set rules, we try to meet your needs. S. TERMS AS LOW As S23.0C dovm and no payments until 33 days after you finish schoo!. 6. Frye invites your thorough Investigation through Natl. Better Business Bureaus. Ixjcal Chamber of Commerces Thousands ot former Frye students Nurnerious Banks, Blue Book Aviation Schools, Nati. published magazines as Airlanes ana any authentic recognized sources. 7. Finest" factory trained instructors In the business. 8. Day and night courses 9-Speclal attention and traininR to •Bomen. 10. Many other important advantages exclusive with Frye Schools. BEWARE!!!! Of all Aircraft Training schools until you have luily Investigated their placement record, financial responsibility, stability type of instructors, -whether they are eo- , by the industry. POSTIVKLY do not pay in anr money until you are completely satisfied as to the above. "Asfc »nj Frye Student" JACK N. McCRARY Consulting Officer FRYE AIRCRAFT CO. OF DAliAS An Approved School Office 1«0 Broadway DM 8301 10-B—Professional Service DR. J. W. PHILLIPS „„ DENTIST 317 Laboocfc rTtVL Bldg. LTJBBOCK Dial 1-3301 EmpJoymcnt 13—Help Wanted, Male JIAJT TO WORK: in men', clothing store Steady Job. Experienced only. Write Box 35, Avalanche-Journal. WAJTTED: Boy for Janitor wort and deliveries. Apply The Bater Co., 14th and Are. J. Phone 8516. 13-A—Help Wanted, Female etper. cn , attached, to stay In the home. Can Dr. Lattur.ore. 6331 or 2-1375. MATD *!th health card for 'i-day housel yoriv and carg of baby. Dial 5390. : rfficlent housekeeper. 2011-26th. TOU>Q lady for general oJIIce -work State age. eipcrltnce. ed-jcaticn. and salarv expected. Write Box 3*. Avalanche-Journal WAITRESS earned, Earl's cafe. 363!-Col- m »n to help with hou«s-ort " ° lty ' ° M 2-5932. 1218 or Mexican m»!d. at Coffmaa courts. House and salary. Dial 751J. WANTED: Womsn for general ho-Jsc^p-k RMst chicken on shares, H. I). RobblnsJ fdalo-j. Route I. 13-C—Salesmen Wanted V/ANTED—Reliable man to succeed Rar- rnond Gceth as Riwleigh Dealer In East Lubbcck coanty—l.coo families fields e-<R! - r 'i eJunneccssary !o SIatt - Evcrj-thinir lurnishcd except car. Splendid opportunity 10 ?.,£? .nto a permanent and prr.fitaHe bus.ncss -a-.iere Rawlcigh Products hnve oten sold for over 15 years. Good Profits Usr, For particulars write Raw_-„.--, Jrpt. TXC-460-10G. Mernphis Tenn_ or fe» H. E. Gceth, isr - - ' • t Aexas. GIVE THE JOB or renting or t^lng 70nT hoiue to the Wanl Ads. 14—Situations Wanted GTRti desires part time housework. 2102 22nd. Dial 4025. WANTED housework, practical nursing care of children. Experienced rooming manager. Dial 9583. Financial 16—City and Farm Loans CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOANS Ai financial correspondent for tn» COTJ- neucut tnntnal Ufa Insurant* company J am prepared lo mate yon a loan at a ea-» low Interest rate. • tF IT 13 A GOOD LOAN I CAN MAKX IT CUUDE B. HURIBUT SafL Bank Bldg. _ Dial »9SJ LOANS We, are prepared to mate your iara and ranch loan at ft low rate of Interest it «n . P n yPJ °« '? V* UJ " We - c ' n m ' ate you en p H. A. loan for neiv bulldinj. and can also refinance your present loan at a lower rafa of Interest, GREEN BROS. Lnbooct Hotel Blfig. Dlt] 7^52 Year Own Defense BaUd a Horat W» Wfll flnanc» In»ur» U Read & Bondnran! Complete Inrariat* «js<! S^an 5*rric* tZIO Ave. J DIAL 7456 KE-A. loans to Improve your farm aud LOT rat^ Insurance company loans. 20 and 25 yjars to naj. • Briley&Jay Room 204. donler Bid? P. O. Box 221, Dial 5411 DIAL ««, t.<t the AO taier nelo yoa Co nna Buyer* for tne iai f it.^tni erl!c!» m TOUT «r«ve rooms, «uic «no storeroom Financial 16-B—Money To Loan SMALL SECURED LOANS $10.00 to $75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009Vi Texas LOANS FOR AUTO TAGS S5 lo $50 Immediately On Your Signature If Employed sio to $ioo On Auto or Furniture Quick Service—Fair Rates Sensible Payments See Us First PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO. 1105 Ave. L Dial 6942 NEED MONEY FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your money worries with a fast—convenient personal loan. FINANCE CO. 4th Floor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 Money To Loan Diamonds, watches, pins, radios, typewriters or anything of value, LJCENSED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1203 Broadway Dial 6761 CASH FOR ALL PURPOSES FAIR FINANCE CO. 204 header Bldg. .1104 Bdwy. OVER J. C. PENNEY'S Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes TEACHER OF POPULAR PIANO Fillers Breaks, Chords. Xearn to play popular music In three months. 55.00 per month. 220B-22nd. MANY vacancies business, government ollices. New condensed secretarial course prepares quietly. Draughon's ColJege 18—Furniture For Sale STOVE repairing since 191S. Oven door springs. Jacic Crume. Bain Furniture. Dial 2-1661. HIGHEST cash bldflcrs on ua-d furniture. Harold Griffith 1J1J-13UJ Dial 3-3421 Joha Spikes Eddie Sellers Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE Complete itocfc furniture. Stovei. earptti. We trade for and buy your used furniture. 13U-13tb. D!al 2-3121. Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE NO. 3 Biliy Splfces. Mjr. . WE WANT TO BUT OB TRADE TOUR USED FCRNTTCRE t S i,^ cheap: 1939 PrlsJdalre. bedrooni suit; studio couch, and rocker, oil ranee and heater, and cabinet. 304 Temple Ave. Highest Cash Prices PAH) FOR CSED FURNITURE PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phone <S7i n, cal<t tcr ostlS nrur Bain Purnitnre, Hll-lStn. Dial S-168L TVE TTAXT To Buy Your Uwd Fumltare EAST SIDE FURNITURE UOS - Av «- Diftl J-3362 Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale GILTS for sale. Phone 5151. PALOMINO horrc and paddle, registered. Weighs 1100 !bs. 5 years o!d. Call Jack- Dudley. 3-1761. Highest Prices Paid For Cattle —Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Wool, Tallow. S08TEX HiOE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 East 19th ana Santa Pe IracE> Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale 35 HEAD Jersey springer heifers. Best of quality, 4Vi miles west of Shallowater. Farmers! come and get jour Diet. WOODY FARMS KEHTON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle and hog's. Dial 6671 collect See Us For Keetou'* 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 r , _ LUBBOCK, TEXAB See us for 12 breeds of the finest chickens. It's cheaper to pay more for something better. Delivery days "TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS," but have plenty already started chicks on hand. Complete line of Poultry Remedies, also exclusive RED CHAIN FEED. DEALER. WANTED: 25 good laying leghorns. 2609- FOULTRY WANTED No. 1 Fryers, !'/« to 2V« Ib3 • -we No. 1 Heavy Hens, over 4Vn ibs. __H \-, c No. I Light Hens and all Leghorns _ICc No. 1 Tom Turkeys : ; ic c No. 1 Hen Turkeys jjg W, N. HALL Dial 2-981) or.6141 18U5 Are B AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD IHE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PHICES ARE IN LINE Don't delay your chick buying »ny longer When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABLE CHICKS you get chicks that are hatched J, l 50J.W paCked clgnt ~ DEPENDABLE CHICKS Even though you should have to pay a little more in additional cost to get ray dependable cbicfcs they will return to your many times over In extra eggs extra Pu°"i ts - Thfi itna " additional first cost and the long tun show you a greater profl* where the inferior low trade chlcfcs lose money for you. Get your share of the poultry profits A|. most a quarter century ol scientific Breeding for MORE EGGS . BIGGER EGGS •BIGGER BIRDS offer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger sbar» of these Profits. 1829 Avenue H HICKS' HATCHERIES Dial 5012 MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS With rcarj of breeding experience oanind them. From carefully culled and blood- tested flocks. Straight run and sexed chicks. Hatching days each Tuesday and MQRPHREY'S HATCHERY' 136* Ave. H Dial S022 IM IGOR itality Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swiff Hafdiery, 506 Ave. H .Lubbock. Texas POULTRY WANTED • Sen us tor prices before yoa sell TOUT poultry. I STB ST. POULTRT '6°° "th D!a i 3-5051 ISO* FOB SODS TOP MABKET PRICES OH POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2«7 Ara. H Dial 4307 HEKS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RA1PH ROBERTONS' Independent D;»ler 3707 AVOTJEU B otal W13 EXGLTSH LEGHORX FARM Boot your order for baby chicks Dieted 07 S years of Improved breeding frora tran- neu ttrain All rour.dation stecfc has com« .ro.-n 3 to 7 yr. old hens headed by R. o. P. males. Flocks ITood-tested for B V? D Biby chicks hatched la aex all-electric iri.lcnnc.-; and Knarantccd to the Austra- Whiies 0:1 Tceiday and Lejhornj oc Frl- a*T at reasonablo prices. MRS. VANCE'S HATCHEBT Eha'Jovrater, Teiai LCBBOCK BATCHERf WU1 sin this year the best laying ciicks at most reatonabTe crices. Sow open. W« stUI c-ar.t rr.ore eggs. East cf fat jroanrti. n. w. SIMS QUALITY HATCHERY 3« Avenue H Pncie Sua needs more tggt Tor t!efea>« Yoo can sirpply them BUM pullets frorri noc-3 18 vitamin fed frw r ir , E e Miscellaneous 21—Miscellaneous For Sale PRESST3RE xrater sysMm ta.ik, pump Jack, tor. ^pipe. and sucker rod compietr. Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments Piano Tuning & Repairing 2213 27th Dial C. B. LIVELY Lubbock, Texas 21—Miscellaneous For Salo COTTON SEED 1st and 2nd year tram Summerour Hf-Br»4 seed. Culled, and' itate tested. $1.60 bu. bulfc. You furnish sacks. Supplr limited. Get them now. J. B. McCAULEY DIAIj «3t FOR SALE: 31 bushel planting cottonseed. Mack's Pilling Station. Coffman Court*. »1.25 bushel. J. R. Henfcel. TIRES. We buy, sell or trade good used tires. Camp Dixie. 2302 Ave. H. 1941 FARMALL 20. row binder. 6-foot John Deere one-way, $250.00. Fred A. Groves. WoUfortb. Texas or Tiee Groves. Stinnett, Texas. BWEET POTATO SEED: Marylands, Etafct Certified. Have two >,i adjoining itctlona or land with separate sets of «mall improvements. $1.00 per acre cash rent Can be farmed together. 10 miles t east of Hereford, c..D. Elltston. Hi eist, .Vt north Lubbock, Route 1. WTZZARD concrete block machine with face plates, end gates and pallets. J. w. McCauley, Lamesa, Texas. 1935 AU.IS-CHALMERS Tractor rubber lister, planter, cultivator. Cash S250 00 oneway $400.00. Dial 6842. ' ' FOR SALE Hi-bred planting seed. eor. germination. Planted one year trom Sumn-erour's hi- !ir.*:Li L<?* cl t anedi ceresan treated In J r,7~r*** "*"-£ *»z£5. A!. 57c*rn Sy F H Walker, O'Brien. Ceias. Bo bates ginned »t once by O'Brien Co-op gin. See— KIHCAIDE SEED & GRAIN Bhallowater, Texas EVERYTHING Built-in Oven, Oil Stoves J17.50 to $25.00 Cane Bottom Chairs : $1.18 Antique Organ $15.00, will play EVERTTHING The Bargain House 3'IOn South Avenue H Dial 6031 50 feet ot garden hose STOVES $50.00 ____ _____ ___ . We have the most complete line of used stoves on the South Plains. BUSTER FRENCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE 1901 Ave. H . Phone 8131 COTTON SEED For Planting - TESTED AHD TAGGED E. A. PATTERSON CO. Dial 2-2631 P. O. Boi SU2 353 ATC. H Lnbbock,.Texas NOTICE FARMERS! Tractor tires cost less at Wardsl 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 tire rationing board If you secure a rationing certificate, bring it with your old tires or tubes to Ward* for low, money-saving prices on power-grip tractor tires. MONTGOMERY WARD SERVICE STATION 13th and Tex. Ave., Lubbock, Tex 5400 PIECES OP SHEET IRON. 30c per sheet, 38 Inches long and 33 inches Tide. TOU CAN BtTTUD A GOOD SHED CHTAP TOM FRENCH 2ND HAND STORE 1827 ATe. H Lubbock. TeiM DU1 4371 DOK'T WAIT $30 UP TERMS— ETee Them Now HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. . 1311 Broadway 0]l) „ Bargains Galore IUBBOCK PIPE & SUPPLY 1817 Ave. H ' T - BONE . STEAK. 350 I6th St. M- C. BOTD Ave. D D i», CABfHETS AVE up to 50% USED PIPE FITTINGS — VALVES ' Central Pip«/ & Supply do. 611Av*.H. , DU.1S851 WHITE SEWING STACHIjrES —end— PF.EHrEB VACUUM CI.BAKEBS Fre» demonstration. 6c:«J co e»sj raenu. Service nil rnikej vare 1939 Farmail F-20 Completely rebuilt, with four row lister planter, and four row cmti- vator. Cash Jr terms, NO TRADE. Phone 5416.