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TWELVE—THE MORNING AVALANCHE 'Lubbock, Texas/ Friday, March 13, 1942 Dial 4343 Fer Trie Avalanche-Journa? Qflicet DIAL 4343 "THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sell, Trade Or Rent Anythin K*lc*. Bale* «n« Bmolitmcntj tt ClusUIrd Advtrtltlnr OC The FUteo, Rules and Requirement! *2 Classified Advertising Of The ' Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avafanchu Sunday Avalanche-Journal All c!*sslfit<l advertising will »l>tc»r in both th« Morning tnd. Afternoon papers, both papers counting one insertion. AU classified advertising U printed In the Lnbbock Morning Avalanche first md the D&Ur Jour&Al of the same date, no clisslfled oriKlrarlrjr la the afternoon paper. rtisilfled for Bunaar* issue irUl ivppe&t la tSs Avalancbe-Journil counting sne Insertion is the paper Is tent to »ll subscribers of botb thti «.!t«n>a<jn aao morcinc papers. EFFECTIVE JANTJAKY 15, 1»U AVAfcANCHE-JOUBNAL Combined Rites 10 Word Minimum I day, swr «rd . *<= I days, per word ... «s 3 days, per word . 6c 4 days, per word • •"• 10c 7 days, per word _ 12c Thcso ra^s for eoasecnUte Insertion only. tB out-of-town ads recelied by mall nust b« cash with order. No exception. "NO REFUND" on jd stopped after K hej appeared in paper. DIAL *S43 Our experienced ad tifcer wW nttiit youj ad «"^ help you to word it then our collector will call the following day. rHKSS ACCODXTS ARE "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" FOR OtJH PATRON8 AND FOB ONE DAY ONLY. So advertisements *cceptsd on an "nattl forbid" crder. A specified number of Insertions oust be given. tVa reserve the r!*ht to place an acirer- tlsement nnder the proper classification and reject cnelean or objectlon&blt copy. Obitusrles ana cards or tnaati ac regular classified advertising rates, fha publishers are not responsible for copy omissions, typographical errors or any unintentional error that may occur further than to correct It next Issue after it Is brought to their attention. AU nd- Tertlslng orden are a=r;p!«(; OB tbu basis only. rh« ATalanche-Joumal can not be responsible for more than on» incorrect Insertion at a classified ad. Advertisers should check their ads on first day of publication and fcninedlately notify the Classified Department U any mistakes occur. Classified Advertising accepted until 8:00 p. a, on weeS days and Saturdays. For classified display advertising information— DIAL 4343 TO DISCOXTINTJE AN A» Notice to Discontinue as Ad nurt be given after 8 a. m. and bcfcra 6 p. ns. to some member of the Classified Advertisement Department. We cannot be responsible for notice given before or after these hours, and to members of some other department. Notice To The Public TX* ATalanche-Joomal is a cember *f th* Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers, which includes lead- lac Newspapers throughout th« country aa< has »3 Itc aim th* elimination ol frndleut *a4 Kls!«adlnr Ad- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS OFF THE RECORD By Ed ReeJ Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies Yeflowhoaso Lodge Ho. 8tl A, P. and A. M. Stated communications the Pint Friday nlrbt each month. JOHN H. PORTWOOD, S00H J. UcCLELLAN W. M. Secretary. 2—Floral and Nursery W1GORO •* ninnf +nntl The AvaSanche-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 i 25. 1942. : FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. Court cf Civil Appeals (7th Dist Amarillo) E. C. Neison of Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 72nd Judicial District Burton S Burks. Re-Election) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CLERK Royal Furgeson, (Re-Election) FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, CRe-Electlon) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR H. B. Bryan, (Re-Electton) 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. (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts CoJeman (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 M. J. Barton FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE PRECINCT 1, PLACE 1 Walter Davies PRECINCT 1, PLACE 2 D. W. Robertson J. T. Inmon, (re-election) FOR CONSTABLE PRECINCT' NO. 1 T. E. (ChieJ& May "Mrs. Newly' Employment 13-D- -Help Wanted Provisional Financial 16—City and Farm Loans CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOANS As financial correspondent tor the con- nellcut mutual life Insurance company. I am prepared to make you » loan at e new low Interest ratfc. IF IT >S A GOOD LOAN I CAN MAKE IT CLAUDE B. HURLBUT Citizens ttat'L Bans 81dg. _ Ola] 5972 Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale Livestock 19.A—Poultry & Supplies SPRINGER Jersey cows and heifers. Good I 10 °. LAYING "rtlfled Rhode »«naj quality. T. Teal/Dial 2-99H. and roosters for iale. Mrs. R. H. Lo« 16-B—Money To Loan 'Let's not argue about \vhether -we're going to the -We can do that on the way." movies Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors l-B- 1 —Building Supplies and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 619 13th DIAL 5718 \ S.P.A. GRADE MARKED (KILN DRIED LOHBEB) 1x6 Mo. 1 rough fencing, per hundred 1x8 yellow pins ahlplip, per hundred 2x4 and 2x6, Ecod No. 3, per hundred IxlJ 'STP boxing, dry and bright, per hundred 1x12 shetting boards, per hundred BULL PEN $4.50 $3.75 $3.50 $4.50 $3.75 Lumber: All kinds pick it out. per hundred Co'73f>.f>ft t plan Fertilize your yard no— -sritli Vljoro for ths best results. No treed »seda, no foul cdors — essr COMPAEE OUK PRICES AND QUALITY IOTJ CAN'T BEAT THE3I KlCB NandenUi Crt— tTP from Ffltzer Junlp:ri train - CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Leaf LugUituriura 98c from Nice Fruit Trees, 50s eich or Strawberry Plants. Best Everbearing. 100 for $5.00 DOZ _ $2.50 Subject to the action of the City of Lubbock Voters in the Election on April 1, 1942. FOR MAYOR Carl E. Slaton, He-Election OR COMMISSIONER Place 1 W. B. (Bill) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Miny -other on »ol« not .listed. TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 2 1st St. Dial 85S1 WH1TESIDE NURSERY Se* «* lor «lect nursery stock: Including shade tnd fruit trees, throbs, ererzreens and 30 varieties of roses. FKEE LANDSCAPE AXD DELITEBT SERVICE iffli Horth of Tech CoUega on LltUefleia • Highway. BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us for complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 ml on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 Large Stack of Smooth, Straight CHINESE ELMS and other shade trees. RED BUD: Blooming slza SOo to $1.50 smaller sizes 15c a up. Evergreens. Flowering Shrubs. Bulbs, S;r£Trberrles. KERSHNER NURSERY i< ML :?• of Are. H on Slaton UtPROvtiJ, homegrown, everbearing. Gem Strawberry plants, 100. S1.25 prepaid Ii. W. "Williamson, Route 6. Ltibbocfc, Texas Tyler Roses Compltts line of nursery stock. Price you can afford to pay. Come by *nd mek your selections. Hub Nursery 2215-19lh St. 3—Lost and Found LOST: Pair of boy's glasses in 2300 bloc Ht!x street. Dial 2-180*. 193S DODGE pick-up, good condition, tfcrs, $100 cash. 170E-32nd St. POULTRY NETTING 13 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll _ 18 lnch-2-20, 150 It. roll _ 24 lnch-2-20, 150 It. roll _ 36 lnch-2-20, 150 ft. roll « lnch-2-2iJ, ISO ft. roll _ 60 lnch-2-20, 150 It. roll _ Announcements -Personal Notices Astrologist and Psychologist Expert advice on bnslncsi, lore, n»rri»t« Special Readings 50c Hoars: 10 a. rn. to g p. m., ditly 820 ATC. J. Apartment B Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors LUBBOCK IRON & METAL CO. SEW— STEEL —USED Windows. Stairways. Angles. Channel! Beams 1817 Aye. H Dial 1932 $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 $4.95 $5.75 $6.85 11 lfich-l-20, 150 ft. roll 18 Inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll 24 inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll 38 inch-1-20, 150 ft. roll •18 lnch-1-20, 150 ft. roll Oriental Stucco. per laclc Cement, per sack ——— V»-inch fir wollbo&rd, per square , Poultry and Rabbit Fence 48 ln-1-17. 150 ft. roll 60 lnch-4-n. 150 It. roll 48 lnch-6-14%, 10 rod roll hog wire, per roll Business Service The Aero-Crafts institute 1400-1402 Ave. J WILL OPEN MONDAY MARCH 16th For regular Day and Night Classes Train In Lubbock LOANS GILTS for sale. Phone 5151. PALOMINO horse and saddle, registered. Weighs 1100 Ibs. S years old. Call Jack Dudley. 2-1761. 3oors 5-panel, any size Red Fence (4-ft) 50-foot roll 35-lb. Roll Roofing 45-lb. Roll Roofing 55-lb. Roll Roofing 90-lb. Roll Roofing, slate 100-lb. Sack Asphalt Asphalt Felt Per Roll V4-in. Gypsum Board %-in. Gypsum Board Vi-in. Gypsum Board GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY 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 surfaced Liner Board Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice. GEO.W.GRAY LUMBER COMPANY Men 18 to 55 Women 18 to 40 MODERN EQUIPMENT . . . AMPLE FLOOR SPACE Individual Instruction, Individual attention, tools, uniforms and textbooks furnished. Surprisingly low cost, part tuition now, balance only after employment in aircraft factory. The Aero-Crafts Institute As efficient in its field as any training course now offered io the public. : Our instruction staff Includes factory- trained and government-licensed aircraft mechanics. The time required is from 4 to « weeks depending upon the ability of the individual but in no case will he be allowed to jraduate unless capable of holding a Job in factory. BOB BURNS, CHIEF REGISTRAR Dial 2-9173 Open Week Days and Sunday Until 9 P. M. WE ENCOURAGE THE FULLEST INVESTIGATION Aero-CraHs Institute 1400-02 Ave. J Lubbock, Texas (Associated with Houston Aeronautical Trade School, Houston, Tex. And Uaile Flying Service, Austin, Tei.) FOR AUTO TAGS $5 to $50 Immediately On Your Signature If Employed $10 to $100 On Auto or furniture Quick Service — Fair Rates Sensible Payments See Us First PLAINS FINANCE AND INVESTMENT CO. 1105 Ave. L Dial 6942 KEETON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle and hogs. Dial 6671 collect. See Us For Keeton's Western Brand Tankage We pay highest prices for hogs. QUALITY HATCHERY 347 Avenue H Dncli Bam ceeds more eggs (or celeni*. you cap supply them wltb pullets from our high-powered vitamin fed (reo rang* (locks. 19-B—Rabbits and Pets RED. BLACK and bload registered cock3 spaniel pups. 2501-22nd. MisceSlaneous 20—Musical Instruments NEED MONEY FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your money worries -with a fast—convenient personal loan. FINANCE CO. 4rh Floor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 Highest Prices Paid For Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Wool, Tallow. NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 EaBt 10th and Santa ft 19-A—Poultry & Supplies 150 WHITE Leghorn hens .for sale. Dial 5317. WANTED: 25 good laying leghorns. 2608- 24th. Dial 6139. POULTRY WANTED No. 1 Fryers, 1% to 2V'< Ibs. Z2c No. 1 Heavy Hens, over 4',i Ibs. lie No. I Light Hens and all Leghorns ICc No. 1 Tom Turkeys IGc No. 1 Hen Turkej-s ISc W. Mt HALL CLOSING OUT PIANO STOCK. SEE OUR CASH PRICES. Probably your last opportunity * the duration of the war. V PARKINSON'S MUSIC STORE 1104 Main St. Piano Tuning & Repairing 2213 S7lh Dial 4«» C. B. LIVELY Lubbock, Texai 21—Miscellaneous For Sale Dial 2-98 H or 5M1 1803 A.VC. B 4th & College- Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES PANTS 15c lOc Cash and BOWMAN LUMBER CO. FrleodJf Lumber Dealer Tour 5—Business Services INCOME TAX SERVICE Buslnesi »nd Tax Records For All of Business. Personal Tax Reports Made. Manrr-Benrr Co. Inc. ED. H. BAKER G. H. CEAIG Associates Room 222 Lubbock National Bids. Pbona 2-1152 Caprock Lumber Co. 19th Si. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 B^BDWAEE DEPARTMENT 50 Veet 3-ply & garden hose __ , «? Heavy garden rafces _ Light whee!barrcnr» Spading forks - -- Sprinklers 2 qt. pyrer douM» toilers Pjrer sance pans Pyrex $4.98 $1.20 $1.45 $2.95 $2.25 90c STEEL 6—Beauty Parlor* BON TON BEAUTY SHOP 1003-Utt Permanent* with latest *tyle leather hulr $2.50 a . only DATL 8021 and Up SPBIXG PERMANENT SPECIALS $5.50 permanent «tO Cft wave «t»-J.«JV WAVEL BEAtrrr SHOP 1009-lSth St. Dial 8173 HALBEHT'B BEAUTY SHOP Comer 8th acd Are. u Dial 3-3251 S2.00 Sanderj on fl.OB 13.00 permanent - J1.SO S5.CO permanent ...._._ t2J>0 Plain shampoo and set SJc S—Business For Sale Ornuaenta] rroa al to tlnCx. Parch rtfls >nd lawn fences. TCIra work ctitla "** fences. JH Avu. O IUB80CK mil WORKS Dill 6781 IjOST: 'Wrjeel.' tire and tube between Lubbock and Tdalou. Reward. "Write Box 7. A valacch e-Joam at 4—Personal Notices MADAM LEAADA here for fcwuiays. 1912- 16th. Dial 7657. PROF. Lawson. astrology, card readings, all affairs. 162£-6th. Dial 2-3J47. READINGS freer. Amye entirely different !912-l«th. Dial 7578. MADAME (ORLENE READER Consult tae today about your love, marriage or business problems. Palo re.i<2iDss and phrEnoVjgy nnalyE'^. Near business district. Readings SOc and up. Uli Are. L Dial 3-3503 ROUGH Icraber cheap. Wholesaie. retail. Jr.ckson Brothers saT'mlil, Ocate, New Mexico Tia Wason Mound. • JSiO.OO MONT-T? -Elll buy local c*fe. Oro«s Income S8.000.00. Dockray. 2-5401. GROCERY store, filling station, and UT- ing quarters. Dial 2-2357. FOR SALE: Retsi! dairy, only one In South Plains town, doing ifjod business. Rcasort for selling, falling health. Box 38 A-J, 5—Business Services FOR ZSCOME TAX SERVICE —Sec— JOHN L. VACGHAN. TcWIc Acconn(xot No Boots to Sell. Tax Service Instead. 1I06-A Texas Ave. Tel. 5311 Public Stenographer EXPERIENCED Income tax returns made ar.d notarized. 612 Myrick Biilg. Dial S682 Lnbbock, Tex. Res. 9560 ORIGIXAL SWEDISH MASSAGE For Rheumatism. Fiue. Liver Kidnc.r, Ner- ess. Scientifically r,dm:n!stered. DR. O. FREnERICK BCRRIS Dial 2-S452 or 5534 AN EMPTY HOtJSB w mon faan the irant ad th»f. air. rent St. STOCK of groceries »tjd fixtures for sale. Located at Farmer coram-jnlty. Halls. Star Route. A. R. Lee. • CAFE FOR sale or lease, fully equipped with or without living quarters'and dance hall. 1007 Ave. O. FOR SALE STEAM LATJJTDRY Good business, part cash, soir.e trade. Bee owner— JETIIRO RUSH LCTelland. Texas DRIVE-IN with living quarters, prictd for quick sale. See or write T. O. Chicken Hut, Paris, Texas. GROCERY and market- Sell stock ir.d fixtures, lease building, good buslr.tss. Ben Mouser, Spade, Texas. WELL equipped beauty shop for sale. Write Box 33, Avalanche-Journal. CAFE for sale cheip. Good reason for selling qulcklr. 518 Are. HV NEW AND USED clothings. Will tell business cr stcwk. DJal 5311. STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy ANNOUNCING A new service to you. K you live close to rollege are., drop your cleaning at 1303 College Ave., Morris pick-up station lor your convenience. All cleaning don« at he main plant. Same courteous service aj shown you at— Whitworfh Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4562 All work guaranteed 10-B—Professional Servicu DR. J. W. PHILLIPS DENTIST 227 Lcbboct NaVL Bldg. WJSBOCK Dial 3-3201 Employment OVER 7,000 Men and women not only trained but actually working In aircraft factories, trained and placed In those positions by "' FRYE OFFERS 1. A lafe and lound financial background (you know the school will be there when you finish and Is thoroughly responsible). 2. A definitely approved and affiliated school. 3. Prye gives each student 324 hours train- Ing Including 58 seperate basic projects which covers 92fi of the total construction of an aircraft. 4. Largest free and exclusive service and 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. Z. Xo positive set rules, we try to meet jxmr needs. S. TERMS AS LOW AS S15.00 down and no payments until 33 days after you finish school. 6. Prye Invites your thorough Investigation through Natl. Better Business Bureaus, Local Chamber of Commerces, Thousands of former Frye students. Numcrious Banks. Blue Book Aviation Schools. Natl. published magazines as Alrlanes and any authentic recognized sources. 7. Finest factory trained Instructors In the business. 8. Day and night courses. 9. Special attention and training to women. 10. Many other Important advantage! exclusive with Frye Schools. BEWARE!!!! Of aU Aircraft Training schooli until you have fully Investigated their placement record, financial responsibility, stability, type of Instructors, whether they are ip- proved and accepted by the Industry. POSTIVELY do not pay In any money until you »re completely satisfied a« to the above. "Ask any Frye Student" JACK N. McCRARY Consulting Officer TKTE AIRCRAFT CO. OF DALLAS An Approved Scbool Lnbbock Office 1670 Broidwij Dill 1301 Money To Loan. Diamonds, watches, guns, radios, typewrlt- ert or anything of value. UCENSED AND BONT3ED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1203 Broadway Dial 87S1 AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PRICES ARE IN LINE Don't delay your chick buying any longer. When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABLE CHICKS you get chicks that are hatched right, packed right — DEPENDABLE CHICKS. Even though you should hava to pay a Uttle more in additional cost to get my dependable chicks they will return to your many times over In extra eggs, extra profits. The small additional first cost and the long run show you a greater profit, where the Inferior low grada chicks 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 profits. 200 USED tires and tubes. Must sell before O. P. A. dead line March 16th. Will be taken off market at that time. Corner Service Station. Hobbs, New Mexico. COTTON SEED 1st and 2nd year from Summerour Hi-Bred seed. Culled and state tested. $1.50 bu. bulk. You furnish sacks. Supply limited, Get them now. J. B. McCAULEY DIAL 4434 HICKS' HATCHERIES 1829 Avenue H Dial 5012 QUICK FOR ALL PURPOSES FAIR FINANCE CO. 204 Leader +B\dg 1104 Bdwy. OVER J. C.'PENNEY^S . MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS With rears of breeding experience oebind them. Prom carelully culled and blood- tested flocks. Straight run and • sexeo chicks. Hatching days each Tuesday and Friday. MURPHREY'S HATCHERY 1964 Ave. H D! a | 5022 TIRES. We, sell or trade good used tires. Camp Dixie. 2302 Ave. H. 1941 FARMALL 20, row binder. 5-foot John Deere one-way, S250.00. Pred A. Groves, Wolfforth, Texas or Tige Groves, Stinnett, Texas. CERTIFIED Maryland weet seed. Sweet potatoes for sale. 4 miles from Lubbock on Littlefield Highway. J. M. Phillips. WIZZARD concrete block machine with facs plates, end gates and pallets. J. W. McCauley, Lamesa. Texas. 1935 ALMS-CHALMERS Tractor, rubber, lister, planter, cultivator. Cash $250.00, oneway $400.00. Dial 6342. FOB SALE IM IGOR itality 13—Help Wanted, Male iVANTED: Single shoe repairman, steady lob. plenty wort. Bachelor quarters furnished. Onlyl reliable experienced roan -iced apply. 19-KJ-lSth. We buy and ieU good need shoes and clothing. SMALL SECURED LOANS $10.00 to $75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009Vi Texas SINGLE or married boy. 18, 13 or 20. Mu«t be well mannered, neat *nd coitpet^nt. deliveryman and salesman. Apply Texas Floral. MAN TO WORK In men's clothing itore. Steady ]ob. Experienced only. Write R>3t 35, Avalanche-Journal. WANTED: Boy for Janitor work »nd deliveries. Apply The Baker Co., 14th mad Ave. J. Phone 8516- 8K1LLED workers ID.greatest demand today ar« WELDERS for aircraft and ship yards and other national defensa plants. My system will prepare you In a few weeks. Dial S1S5 at night or see me at 501-Broadwa-. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. Financial Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swifi Hafchery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock, Texas Hi-bred planting seed." 80fV germination. Planted one year from Sumtnerour's hl- bred seed- Recleancd, cercsaa treated In.-" bushel white bags. All grown by F I; ' Walter, O'Brien. Cexes. 120. bales girmY.,^ at once by O'Brien Co-op gin. See— KING AIDE SEED & GRAIN Shallowater, Texan TEACHER OF POPULAR PIANO Fillers Breaks, Chords. Learn to play popular music In three, months. S5.00 per month. 2208-22nd. MANY vacancies business, government offices. New condensed secretarial course prepares quickly. Draughorx's College. 18—Furniture For Sale STOVE repairing since 1912. Oven door springs. Jact Crumc. Bain Furniture. Dial 2-1661. HIGHEST cash bidden on used furniture- Harold Griffith 1213-13UJ Ola) 2-'J421 Ertdie Sellers 16—City and Farm Loans WANTED: Two boys to work 'or meili 1519 Main. Dial 8103. to AS 3 W» are prepared to make your farni find ranch lot.n at a low rate of Interest. It will pa? you to sea us. We. can mate you an F. H. A. loan for r.ew building. and can alsj refinance yxjur present loan at a lower rata of Interest. 13-A—Help Wanted, Female WA>TTED: 3 waitresses and two cooks Limit Cafe. Tahofca. Texas. MTDDLEAGED whi'.e housekeeper. cn- attachtd. to f!ay In the home. Call Dr Lattlmore. S331 07 2-1S75. WAJfTED: Efficient housekeeper. 20Il-2s:h Dial J315. YOUM3 lady for general o!flce work. State age. experience, td-jcatlon, and talary e x- pccte'1. Write Box 3<. Avalanche-Journal. WHTTE woman to hflp with housework, will'ng to leave city. Dial 2-9932. 1218 Broadway. COLORED or Mexican maid at courts. House salary. Dial Coffmf.n 512. WANTED: Woman foi general houses or*. Raisf chicken on sh-jres. H. D. Robbins, Idalo-j. noatc 1. FURNISH your Gene at e. saving the larr;* selection of worth-while "Household Goods" all at barssla ortcei '.n to- da;'« Wr.nt Ads. Lubbocfc Hotel Bl^g. BEOS. Dial 7222 For Your Own Defense Build k Horn/* We Win Flnanc* and TJ John Splkei Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE. Coir.plet* stock furniture. Stoves, carpeii. W» trade for and buy your used furcltuic. 1211-13th. Dial 3-2121. Read & Bondnrant Complete Innrranct *sd Loan S«rrl«» 1210 Ave. J DIAL 745S F.H.A. loans to Improve your farm and refinance old loans. 20 years to pay. 4li per cent interest. LOTT rate Insurance and 25 years to cay. coa-.par.y loans, SO Briley & Jay Room 204. Conley . f. O. Box 221, Dia! 5411 Spikes-Sellers FURN1TM NO. 2 Billy Spikes.. Mgr. WE WANT TO BUT OR TRADE TOUR USED FCRXITCRE Also a complete slock new furr.Lture. 12U Ave. H. Dial 6462. Highest Casb Prices PAID FOR USED FTJBNITCRB PLAINS FURNITURE CO, Phone 4571 TOP PRICES pil<3 tor osed tarn It or e- B»In Pnrtiltnri. 1617-tSth. Disl 3-166L WE WAST To Buy Tour I7vd Furniture EAST SIDE FURNITURE 1105-Ave. Dial 2-3362 Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale 35 HEAD Jersey sprirptr heifers. Bsst ot quality. 4V» mil'? «e.-t of ShaUowalcr Fan.icrs! Con-,c> and get yoar picS. WOODY FARMS Sen ns poultry. 1609 IDth POULTRY WANTED for prices before you 19TH ST. POTJLTKT your Dial 2-2051 EVERYTHING Built-in Oven, Oil Stoves 117.50 to I25.M Cane Bottom Chain $1.19 Antique Organ $15.00, will play EVERYTHING The Bargain House S20S South Avenue H Dial G031 SAVE »p to 50% osfib PII>E FITTINGS — VALVES ' Central Pipe & Supply Co. 2611 Ave. H. Dial 5851 wnrrE sEwrxo MACHINES — and — PREMIES VACUUM CLEAXEKS Fret demonstration. Bold ments. SerricB «U makes, Sherrod Hardware on easy pay- FOB TODR TOP MARKET PRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2427 Ave. H D5aJ 4S07 HERS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH ROBERIOHS' JT07 Independent H Disl 6012 ENGLISH I.EGTtORLV FARM Book your order for baby chicks t»cke4 by 8 years of Improved breeding from trtp- -.iest strain. All foundation stock hnj eor.-.e from 2 to 7 yr. old hens headed ty R. O. P. rr.alfs. Hocks Mood-tes.Jd :or B. W D Baby chicks hatched in new all-electric machines sr.d guaranteed to live. Aastra- Whitcs on Tuesday »r.d Leghorns on Friday at reasonable prices. MRS. VAVCE'S HATCHERY Shallowater, Teiu 50 feet of garden hoss OIL LAllP STOVES $3.85 $50.00 We have the most complete lin^ of uisd stoves on the South Plairis. B0STER FRENCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORin 1901 Ave. B Phone 813J COTTON SEED For Planting TESTED AND TAGGED E. A, PATTERSON CO. Di»l 2-2651 P. O. B« SB2 Lnbbocfc, Texas S55 ATi. H LUBBOCK OATCHEET Win sen this year the oest laying chicks at nrost reasonable prices. Sow open. We still want more eggs. East of fair eroands. n. w. snrs COX HATCHERY Remember, Ov* Chicks Djn't Cost, They Pay 1111 Avenue P LUBBOCK. TEXAS See BS for !2 breeds of the finest chickens. Il's cheaper to pay more for something better. Delivery <3jys "TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS," br.t Iiive plenty already started chicks on hand. Complete lii-e al Poultry Remedlf. *ltn cxcillfive RED CHAW FEED DEALER. NOTICE FARMERS! Tractor tires cost less at Wards! If your present tires are worn-out, take them to one ot your authorized county tire inspectors, CWards will be glad tc inspect if in Lubbock County) then see your tt:e rationing board. If you secure a rationing certificate, bring it with your old tires or tubes tc Wards for low, money.-saving prices on power-grip tractor tires MONTGOMERY WARD SERVICE STATION 13th and Tex. Ave., Lubbock, Tex. 2400 PIECES O? SHEET IRON. 30e pL- sbeet, 38 inches long and 33 Inches wide. yOTJ CAS BCTTLD A GOOD SHED CF.ZAP TOM FRENCH 2HD HAND STORF, 1857 ATI. H Lcbbccfc, TCXM Dial 4371 1' 1 I 6 S j

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