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AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday; March 17, 1942 biaT 4343 For The Avalanche-Journal Offi'eei Bate*, ftoiu and Etnni.-:« CUt-il/fcd AiftrUainj OI The ; fUtet., Rules and Requirement* «t Classified Advertising Of Th» Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday Avalanche-Journal All classified adverting «r!U appear la both toe Morning tod Afternoon papers, botb papers counting one Insertion. A1J clarified «d»rtisiae M printed la tht Lubboct. Morning Avilanehe (tret and the Daily Journal of the came df.lt, ao : clarified oricinat'.rut In th» afternoon paper. classified for Sundays i&sue wUI appear in ta>j Ava!anche-Joureal counting one Insertion as the paper U aent to all subscribers o! both the afteraocn ana morelng papers. EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1». ;9t* AVALAX CHE- JOTJ ES'iL Combined Hates 10 Word Minimum 1 day, per word 4345 THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sell,.Trade Or Rent Anythfn menu •« — - • „_____ nri_irr r»r? >-«-»»•• i-» - < ** a *^*'****''* M ^**^'*''*^'* <p ^^^^*"' JM '™* a * J "^*'""™ — ^ : __ * 3 days, per word 3 days, per word 4 days, per word 7 aays, per word These rates for conseentlre iacenioa only. Ml out-of-town eds received by mall murt bswisji with order. No exception. "NO RJKFtTMD" on >id stooped after K hat appeared tn p&per. DIAL 1343 Our experienced ad ttker vOl r**m« 7001 ad arid help you to word it then cor collector will call th? following day. THESE ACCOUNTS ABE "ACCOMMODATION ACCOUNTS" FOS ODB PATRONS AND FOB ONE DAY ONLY. Ko advertisements accepted on aa "until forbid" order. A tpeclfltd number of Insertions must be Riven. W« reserve the rigSt to place m sdrer- tktment under the proper elassiflct- tlon and reject nnc:ean or objectionable copy. Obituaries arid cards ox tnan±x at regular classified advertising rates. Its publishers r.ie not responsible lor copy omissions, typographical errors or any unintentional error that mcy occur fur:her than to correct it nnt issue after :t Is brought to their attention. All advertising orden are accepted on this basis only. rh4 Avalanche-Journal can cot be respon* Bible for more than on» incorrect insertion of a classified ad. Advertisers should check their ads on first day of publication and immediately notify the Classified Department H any mistakes occur. Classified Advartlsinc accepted until 8:00 p. m. on wees: days and Saturdays. For classified display advertising information— DIAL, 4SU TO DISCONHMJE AN AD Notice to Discontinue an Ad must be Klv«n after 8 x. m. and before 6 p m. to soms member of the Cls^sified Adverti«- oent Department. We cannot b« respoasl- b!« for notice given before or after tbest boon, and to members of some other department. Notice To The Public "Ibo Avalanche-Journal us a cember tt ths Association of newspaper Classified Advertising Managers, which Inalttdes lead- in* Newspapers thronghout tho country aa« has u It* aim the elimination o) frm»4nl«!t *n4 «lile«!jl-j« Classified Ad- Announcements I—Lodges and Societies Lodge Jto. J41 A- P. and &. M. Stated communications the First Friday night each manth. JOHN H. PORTWOOD, W. U. EOQH J. iitCLELLAJJ Stcittiry. 2—Floral and Nursery EVERBEAHING strawberries, 6237. Don't phone until after 2 p. ra. L.' W. Wffliatn- WHFTKIDE NURSERY Set as for select nursery stock including •hade sad fruit treei. ihrubs, »nd 30 Tarietlej of roses. FSEE LANDSCAPE AND SEBYICE UQi Worth of Tech Colltza oo .Uttleflelfl Highway. BAKER BROS, NURSERY Complete stock •Ask us for complete PUTTING GUIDE 2 ml on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 Stocfc of Smooth, Straight CHINESE ELMS tnd other shade trees. RED BUD: Blooming ilza BDc to $0.50 smaller size* I5o »nd op- Everireent. Flowering Bhmbs." Bulbs. Etra-Bterrles. KERSHNER NURSERY V* Mi- E- of &ve..H on Slaton High-Fay Tyler Roses Complete Una of nursery stoct. Prices • yea can afford to pay. Cotce by and make jour selections. Hub Nursery a315-I9th St. - VIGORO • Complete plant food Fertilize your yard now with Vigoro for the best results. So weed seeds, no fou! _odori-*-«asy to apply. C03IFAKE OUR PRICES AND QCALITT YOU CJLNT BEAT THEM Kice" NaadenSas eft UP rroni jUC Ffltzer Junipers . . OQ_ DP froza Wax Lett from Nice T"ralt Trees, SOc each or Stra-sberry Plants. Best Everbearing, 100 for _ $5.00 DOZ $2.50 Many other itesjj on ea.lt not listed. TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st St. Dial 8561 3—Lost and Found LOST: wiilte gold iterated fine, larre stone. Reward. DSil 2-1534. 2-H71. 4 —Personal Notices ^rADA^I LEAADA here for few days 1912- 16th. Dial 7657. MADAME CORLENE BCADER Consult me today about your lore, raar- 'isge or business problems. PaJro readings ind phrir.oicgj- analyst. Near business dis- . •"-tl. Readings SOc and up. ISfi Ave. L Dial S-330I. MADAM BETH, READER .... method, consult zae on »U affairi. Ho>irs I p. m. to 10 p. m, daily all. <!»y EatoriJay and Sanday. 2322-JSih .SvTTCt. READINGS Iroj> Amrc tntlrtly ditter- cat, 1512-Hth. D!») 7j78. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Avaianche-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, 119th District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, Court of Civil Appeals (7th Dist Ainarillp) E. C. Nelson of Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNE'V 72nd Judicial District Burton S. TJurks. Re-Election) FOR DISTRICT COUHT3 CLERK Royai 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 SUFT. 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 Coleman (Reelection, 2nd term) ' FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G K. Horton, (Re-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, (Re-Election) C. Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E. Gray,' (Re-Election 2nd Term) T. L. Holt Ottis Isom PRECINCT 4 Newton Stokes, (He-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. (Chief) May CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the action of the City of Lubbock Voters in the Election on Apra 7 r 1942. FOR MAYOR Carl E..Slaton, Re-Election FOR COMMISSIONER Place 1 W. B. (Bill) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election Announcements 4—Personal Notices ^- Larson, astrology, card readlcz. affairs. 162S-sth. Dial 2-33*7. PATROVIA Astrologist and Psychologist Expert aSvice on bniinesj, lo Te , marrizre Special Readings 50c Hoars: '10 a. m. to S p.'m dillr 810 Ave. J, Aparlment B Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors LUBBOCK IRON & METAL CO. NEW— STEEL —OSED wineows, StalrwaTS, Acglei. Channel* Beams 1817 AT». H Caprock Lumber Co. 19th St. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 HABDWABE OEPAETMENT 51 i-eet 3-ply e gardeo hose _ __ _ ,> nn 98c wfceelbarrowj Sprinklers a c.t ?yrer doubls bailers Pjrei faces pans tiinets $1 .20 $1 45 $2.95 ort 90C STEEL Ornamenta) iron ot an unii. Poteb ram »nd Ia»n fences. ^vir» work chalo Uni fences. IUBBOCS STEEl WORKS 31* Ave. O oui 47S1 ROUGH lumber cheap. Wholesale, retail. Jacfcjon Brothers sawTnill. Ocate, New Mtsico via Wagon Maund. 5—Business Services Public Stenographer EXPERIENCED Typing, Dictit-on. ^limeo N'otary Public .r Tes. INCOME m SERVICE Business and" Tax Records Por AH Trp« ol Business. Personal Tax Reports Made. Manry-Henry Co. Inc, ED. B. BAKER G. H. CRAIG Associates Room 223 LtsBboct National Btdz Phone 2-1152 SS OFF THE RECORD By Ed Reed EOREEO 3-/7 "Some of our depositors like to combine the best features of both a bank and a hole in the ground!" Business Service Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 613 13lb DIAL 5718 WALL PAPER SALE Rooai lot Jl up. 60 nex 19« patterns to select from. Good wallpaper canvas. 1370 r 8 yard 54 l-4c WALLR1IE BUILDING PAPER New beautiful patterns. SOO ft. rolls Rent OUT Johnson DeLuxe floor polisher, per day — Hent our new Big Chief Hllco *O r A floor sander, per day <?w.3w Refinish your floors st low cost. GOOD CHEAP HOUSE PAINT $1;49 $1.25 _ $3.25 __$1.25 Per gallon Red Barn paint, gal. .. Lowe Bros, high house paint, gal. Linseed oil, pure, sal. standard 26"-8-Wi, 38 rod rolls, each HOG WIRE 32"-6-H'.b, 20 rod rolls, each 32"-12-12Vi. 20 rod roll $6.95 $7.75 $7.95 20-48-6-l4'/i poultry and rabbit fence, 10 rod roll, £ f rt c each .pO.Oj 23-60-6-14-i poultry and rabbit <-o *»e fence, JO rod roll, each , -?O.XJ BULL PEN New 3x4 ft. dog houses, palnttd -white. Will deliver in city limits for, each _ 3 odd size new doors, each Ten 100 Ib. spools. 2-ply twisted cable wire, per roll Lumber, all kinds. PIcS it out to 6x6. per hundred $8.95 $1.90 «.COO ft.. *', yellow pine shiplap, d-o -re per hundred ^PO./J CEMENT PER SACK,. . . 69c $4.50 $1.90 carpenters and y»-inch fir wall board, per 100 tij. ft. Gold band oriental stucco, per 100 Ib. sack Call us for competent painters. BOWMAN LUMBER CO, Your Friendly Lumber Dealer ORIGINAL SWEDISH MASSAGE TOT Rheumatism. Flue. Liver Eldnej. JTer- vousness- Scientifically idminlstered. JJK. O. FREDERICK BDRRIS Dial 2-3452 or 5534 6—Beauty Parlors NESTLE BEAUTY SHOP 6 OPERATORS FREE PARKING 90$ 18lh St. Dial 4542 BON TON BEAUTY SHOP :009-14th Perninenls -with latest style feather hair shaping, CO Cft only _ . -?X.. JU ,^,5 rj p BAIL E021 SPEING PERMANENT SPECIALS tS.SO pennanect cfo ci\ •waTo ____ v^«^" WAVEL BEAtrrr SHOP lOOS-lSth St. Dill «172 HAtBEBT'8 BEAOTJ SHOP Comer Bth and Ave- IS Dial sxoo Sander* oa ___ _ S3.DO permanent _ ___ SS.OO permanent _ _ Plain shampoo »nd set si. on 8—Business For Sale CAFE FOB tale or lease, folly equipped vlih or u-ittou: living quarters ani iince hull. 1007 Av». G. FOR R.VLE STEAM LAUXDRT Good baslncss, part cash, jnir.c trade. S»e owner— JETHRO RCSH Levellind. Temj < equipped beauty shop for sale. Write Bos 33. Avalanche-Journal. FOR SALE OR TRADE for land Grocery s>or- and market with litlr.g quarters do- inK S6.000.00 month located in one of Weit Texas growing oil fields. Will stand investigation. Reason for selling other business. Write Box 3. Avalanche-Journal DRIVE-IN cafe, also trailer cafe fuilr equipped. New. 2401-Maln. ' SiM.OO MONET will buy local cafe. Gross incoa-.e SS.OOO.CO. Doctray. 2-2t01. DRUG Store: Gocd business, goirt !ocat ; on W«! jrade for Izr.d. Box 123. Piaincietr,' STOCK of groceries sr.d fixtures for .'Me. Located at Farir.cr commun'.ty. Rails Star 'Ur. A. R. Lee. 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliveries $3.00 $3.75 .90 $1.10 $135 $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 LUMBER COMPANY Doors 5-panel, any size Red Fence (4-ft.) 50-foot ro31 35-lb. Roll Roofing 45-lb. Roll Roofing 55-Jb. Roll Roofing : 90-lb. Roll Roofing,- slate surfaced 100-lfa. Sack Asphalt . Asphalt Felt Per Roll Vi-in. Gypsum Board %-in. Gypsum Board . Vfe-in. Gypsum Board Vs-in. Liner Board 4th & College Texas & 23rd S—Business For Sale GROCERY store, fining station, and living quarter*. D f a i 2 -2357. !0—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries Whitworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. " Dial 4SS2 All Work Guaranteed Announces as New Services MORRIS PICKUP STATION 1303 College Ave. Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS of PLAIN DRESSES PANTS IOC Caib and Cajry rs 1708-10 Bdwy 10-B—Professional Service BR. J. W. PHILLIPS BEXTI3T S37 Lnbbock Kat'l. Bldg. LTJBBOCK DIM 2-32C1 Einploymenf 13—Help Wanted, Male WANTED: Elderly mnn. experienced bookkeeper, reference. Dial 4932. PBOrTTABLE SIDE IIXE We are seefcinj a man already profitably employed in sales -work. DCTelopmcnt Is needed in. Lubbock and surrounding territory. Would consider placing our line OTJ a part-time basis with responsible, competent salesman. Advertiser is top-rated nationally known manufacturer. Good commissions with possibility of developing ln- con-.c large enough to Justify exclusive protected arrangement. Write Box 23 Avalanche-Journal. WANTED: Experienced blacksmith at once A. E. Thornton. Box 862. Idalou. , WANTED: Service si.-UIon attendant miist Knovr lubrication. Eiircr Ray Service Station. 16th ar.d Avcr.t;e M WANTED: Experienced TOO! prrsser. S25 00 week. City Tailors. Erownfield. Texas. AAXTED—M.in with 5ma!l tractor to sharccrop. Ho::!=e lurnishcd. A. W Worsham. 2 milr* Kflst. Roosevelt Srhool'Hf.i:tf> IP YOU arc neat appearing, tree to travel nood money to start. See Cobb. Se-»- Toar- ist Hotel. Apply 6:30 to 9:30 p. m. 13-A—Help Wanted, Female BUSINESS woman or school girl with part- v ;n,e employment to share home or Dial -rf r °° m and boarcl - References. pNENCUMBERED Christian person live in home, care for t^-o children. Room, board l-.ty. Write P. o. Box 1440. Lvibbocfc. WAN ,ED: An Oi^G WA J*» houwfccrprr. 16« Employment 13.A—Help Wanted, Female WANTED: Reliable housekeeper. Have child, age 3. Apply 22H-24th, after 7 p. m. WANTED: 3 v*ltrt.ist3 and two cooks. Limit Cafe, Taholta, Texas. 13-C—Salesmen Wanted WANTED—Reliable man to succeed Haymond Goeth as Rawlelgh Dealer In Ea-.t Lubbcclc county—1,000 families. Selliug experience unnecessary to start. Everything furnished except car. Splendid opportunity to ttep into a permanent and profitable business where Raleigh Products have been sold for over IS years. Good Profits for a hustler. For particular* write RawWgh'*. Dept. TXC-460-10C3. Memphis, Term, or see H. E. Couth, 1920 aisth St., Lubbock, Texas. -Help Wanted Provisional ACCOUNTING Instructions by C.P.A.'j. Sea or esll "Bill Barlcley" at Hilton Hotel this iceelc or »rtte lor free uookiet I. A. S. 1900 Polk St., tBor. 847) Amarlllo, Texas. SKILLED worker* tn greatest demand today art WELDERS lor aircraft and ship yards and other national defense plants. My system will prepare you In a few weeks. DIM 8165 at night or see ms at SOt-Broadway. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. The Aero-Crafts Institute 1400-1402 Ave.- J WILL OPEN MONDAY MARCH 16th For regular Day and Night Classes Train in Lubbock Now 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 aav, balance only after employment in aircraft factory. The Aero-Crafts Institute As efficient in its field as any training course now offered lo ihe public. Our instruction staff Includes factory- trained and government-licensed aircraft mechanics. the time required Is from-4 to 8 -reeks acpending upon the ability of the Individual but in no case will he be allowed to jraduate unless capatle of holding a job in factory. . BOB BURNS, CHIEF REGISTRAR Dial 2-3173 Open Week Days and Sunday Until 3 P. M.- WE ENCOURAGE THE FULLEST INVESTIGATION Aero-Grafts Institute 1400-02 Ave. j Lubbock, Texas (Associated with Houston Aeronautical Trade School, Houston, Tei. and Halle Fljinj Service. Austin, Tex.) FRYE AIRCRAFT SCHOOLS V/ill make one of ihe most impori- ant announcements in 'this space Wednesday that any nationally known, proven, and recognied Aircraft School has ever made. This announcement -will be extremely important and beneficial to everyone interested in this type of education. JACK N. McCRARY MGR. LUBBOCK OFFICE 1620 Broadway Phone 8301 14—Situations Wanted WAKTED carpenter -orfc. painting, paper hanging. Small or large Jbbs. 9198. Dial girl wiil worfc nights for room, board while attending school. Call Aero- Craft Institute. 2-917J. YARD work, greding. transplantins. fertll- r.jr. Espcrt pruning. Rock worS. 9198. Financial 16—City and Farm Loans P.H.A. loans to improve your farm and reficance old loans. 10 years to csy. 4',i per cent interest. lx>w rate Insurance company loan: 20 »nd 25 years to pay. Briley & Jay Room 104, Conler Bidg. P. O. Box 221, D'ia 1 . 5411 Financial 16—City and Farm Loans CITY, FARM 08 RANCH LOANS A» financial correspondent fo> tbt Corv- oetlcut mutual life Insurance company, l am prept.ted to make, you a loan at k new Ion- Interest rate. IF IT IS A GOOD LOAN I CAN HAKE IT' CLAUDE B. HIMBUI Clt.lienj Nat'L eanj Bldg. _ Oiul 6S22 For Your Own Defame Build • Horn* W« VAUl Finnic* Iniui* It Read & Bondara?.! Compl»t« Inuurinca tnd Lean SorriM 1210 Ave. J DIAL 7*56 16-B—Money To Loan LOANS 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. I10S Ave. L Dial 6942 NEED MONEY FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Let us solve your sncnoy worries with a fast—convenient personal loan. FINANCE CO. 4th Floor Myrick Bldg. Dial 4971 Money To Loan Diamonds, cratches, guns, radios, typewriters or anything ol value. LICENSED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1208 Broadwaj Dial 81S1 LOANS We are prepared to mnso your farm and ranch loan at a Inw rate of Interest. It will pay yon to scs us. WV. can rank* you an P. H. A loan for new bnlldin?" ana can also raiinance rour present loan at » lower rate of Interest. GREEN BROS. - Hotel Bid?. Dial 7232 QUICK » CASH • LOANS FOR ALL PURPOSES FAIR FINANCE CO. 2'rt Leader Bldg. 1104 Bdwy. OVER J. C. PEXNEY'S SMALL SECURED LOANS $10.00 to S75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009V4 Texas Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes MEN STENOGRAPHERS needed In military, defense. New condensed secretarial course prepares quicfciy. Draughon's College. TEACHER OF POPULAR PiANO Filler! Breaks. Chords. Learn to play popular music in three months. S5.00 per month. 2208-23nd. 18—Furniture For Sale "WE WANT To Buy Tour Used Furniture ' EAST SIDE FURNITURE 1105-Ave. Dia , 2 . 336 j HIGHEST easb blaaen on nsed furniture. Harold Griffiifh 1313-1316 DlEl 3-3421 Cash Prices PAID FOR CSED FUT.N PLAINS FURNITURE CO, Phor.s 4571 John Spikes Sddse Sellers Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE CompTete stocS furniture. Stoves, carpets. We trade for and buy yonr used furniture 121I-13th. Dial 2-2121. ?o V iF"' I ,«, 2-166 1. -PTiRgs. STOTC rep,>;r!nit since rum e- Ba " :r i Furniture. Dia! TOP PRICES cald tor nsed fnrultor* Baio Furniture. 1617-ISIh. Dial 2-lgfiI. Miscellaneous 18—Furniture For Sale CUT RATE PRICES OH NEW FURNITURE' Bed Springs . Throw Ruga 18" x 27" Rockers 5 PC. Dinette 3 PC. Bed Room Suite 2 PC. Living Room Suite Coffee Tables Assorted 9x12 Thermtex Rugs - $3.85 _ 69c .$5.75 $14.50 $37*50 $37.50 $3.99 $10.95 .Furniture Dept. Upstairs W. D. WIIKIHS & CO. 2209 Ave. H 'Cheapest Prices on South Plains' Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE NO. 2 Billy Spikes, Mgr. WE WANT TO BOY OR TRADE TODR USED FURNITORE Also a complete stock new furniture. 1214 Ave. H. Dial 6«2, Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale WANTED: Well finished top hogs. Will pay highest local market prices. ' Alex McDonald Packing Co. REGISTERED HAMPSHIRE BOARS: Only four left. Ready for service. Also smaller boars. H. B. DAVIS P. O. Boi 1S30 Dial 2-1854 Lubbock. Texas BRED SOV.'S and gilts for jalc. Dial I- 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. Highest Prices Paid For Cattle —Horse Hides, Sheep Pelts, Woo!, Tallow. NORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 Ease 19th an<j Santa Pe Tracks 35 HEAD Jersey springer heifers." Best of quality. *',i miles «-<sst of Shallowater. Farmers! Come and get your plct. WOODY FARMS 19-A—Poultry Si Supplies POULTRY WANTED No. l Fryers. l*.\ to 2Vi IDS. Ka. 1 Heavy Hens, over 4'A Ibs. itc No. 1 Light Hens and all Leghorns _!Cc No. 1 Too) Turiceys K; C Nc. 1 Hen Turkeys jg c W. M. HALL Dla! Z-S811 or 6441 [80S AT«. E MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS With rears of breeding experience oehlnd them. From carefully culled and blood- cested flocks. Straight run and sexed chicks.. Hutching days each Tuesday and MURPHREY'S HATCHERY 1964 Ave. H Dial 5022 ROW DOES rotir Radio *orX? Por <TOK« and repairs see Radios, JOA da.-»:- tn the Want A<U- Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swift's Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swiff Hatchery, 506 Ave. H Lubbock. Texas FOR YODR TOP MARKET PRICES ON ' POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE V COLD STORAGE 2427 Avs H Dial 4307 HENS - FRYERS - TURKEYS WANTED RALPH RGBERTONS' 2.07 independent Dealer rjl»] 8011 QUALITY HATCHERY 347 Avenue H anci» Sasi needs mor» eggs tor defenn ^on can supply them with pullen from our high-powered vitamin fed free range II0 CK &* BABY CH5CKS From ray TRAPNEST STRAIN OP ENGLISH LEGHORNS AND AHSTRI WHITES will make you more. STARTED and DAY- OLD Lcshorn ar.d Aastra White COCK- BREXS- OiL gas nnd electric brooders MRS. VANCE'S HATCHERY AND WORN FARM Shallowater. Tesas POULTRY WANTED Ste es for prices before you sen your poultry. IOTH ST. POtrt/TRT 1603 '5th Dla , 2-JOSJ THE I.CBBOCK HATC1IERT Is hatching lots of chicks and have lots o, started chicks. Cotr.c and s*l them East of Fairgrounds. H. TV. SIMS Livestock —Poultry & Supplies COX HATCHERY Remember, Cox chicks Don't Cost, They Pay • 1111 Arerme T . . . LtJBBOCK, TEXAB ' See u.» for 12 breeds of the finest chickens. It's cheaper to pay more for something better. Delivery days "TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS." but hive plenty already started chicks on hand. Complete line of Poultry 'Remedies, a!so exclusive «ED CHAIN FE2TD DEALER. AGAIN KICK'S CHICKS IEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU OUR PRICES ARE UNE Don't delay your chicle buying any longer. When you purchase HICKS' DEP2NDABLK CHICKS you get chicks that are hatched J,'S5i'r, P^ ed r '8 h « - DEPENDABLE CHICKS. Even chough you should have to pay & little more In additional cost to eet my dependable chlctj they wll) return to your many times over In extra egcj. extra profits. The small additional first cost and ths long run show you a greater profit where the Inferior 157.- grade chlcts lo«a money for you. Get your share of the poultry profits, ju, most a quarter century of scientific breed- Ing for MORE EGGS . . . BIGGER EGGS . . BIGGER BIRDS offer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger share of theso profits. 1829 Avenue H HICKS' HATCHERIES Dial 6013 FKGH. START.TO. FIHISH 19-B—Rabbits and Pets FANCY pigeons for sale, all rarities to choose from. 1913 Ave. O. YEAR old male, wire-haired terrior. Reasonable. Dial 8314. 2116—8th. Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments CLOSING OUT PIANO ' STOCK. SEE OUR CASH PRICES. Probably your last opportunity for the duration of the war. PARKINSON'S MUSIC STORE 1104 Main St. . USED piano for sale or trade. 102 Uvalde A v c. , Piano-Tuning & Repairing 2213 27th C. B. LIVELT . Lubbock, Texas 4 . 29 20-A—Radios R. C. A. combination radio and vlctrola. 1941 model. 2111 Main, Apt. B. 21—Miscellaneous For Sale COTTON SEED For Planting TESTED AND TAGGED E. A. PATTERSON CO. Dial 2-26D1 P. O. Box 302 333 Are. H Lubbock, Xeias CONSOIj; electric sewing machine, slightly used. Bargain for cash. P. O. Box 5J Lubboct.' FOR S.VI.E Car load or more o,' -yellow Dent" teed corn (shclledi for SI.50 per bu. 200 to .300 bushels of Surccropper seed corn for 51.50 per bu. All of high gcrmin- at ion. About 5500 bu. of (Wheatland mlloi seed for SI. 10 per hundred pounds. Germination 80 % on this. SEE— CHARLES LENAN Care Lenan's Lumber Yard. Mulcshoe, Texas, Phono 122, Muleshoc FUIA, COMPLETE cate fixtures, A-l con- dUion. Bo^ 1231. Hobbs, NEW Mexico. PAYMASTER and hl-brcd cottonseed to- sale. E. L. Roman, Knott. Texas. P-ao Parmall with equipment, good shape Part cash, balance 2 years, LiUleficl-'. P: Bank. 85 WHITE Rock: hens. Lavir.g good J80 pulleu nnd cockerels. 6 weeks old. j. G Henderson. 2 blocks East Swain Hatchery! FOUR Row c. C. Gate tractor, four row equipped, A-l condition, new tires, 4 miles south, one west Hale Center, R A. Collins HOT WATER HEATERS Kew Thermostats and Burners STOVES BOSTErl 5-REXCH FRENCH'S SECOND HAND STORE MOIAre. H phone 8132 1941 FAR.\MLL 20. row binder, 5-foot John Deere one-way, wheat drill. S1250.00 Fred CERTIFIED Maryland weet teed Sweet S?«VV'f 0 M *•'* * mi! " fro:n L ™*& on Li.t.c.'lc'd Highway. J. M. PhiUlps. COTTON SEED l«t ar.d 2nd yt« from SjT.raciour Hi-Bred seed. Cjllcd Rr.d state tested. S1.50 b-j. bult You furnish sacks. Supply limited. Get their, now. J. B. McCAULEY DIAL 4434 FOR SALE KINCAIDE SEED & GRAIN Shallowater, Texs, I! il

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