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*tpftv;'S:il :: '. •'• - - ..'..,,..' ' §P^E>FX>URTEEN—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock;, Texas, Thursday, March T9/1942. 4343 For The Avflfanefie-Journa! Office* plAL 4343 "THE RESULT NUMBER" To Buy, Sell, Trade Or Rent '»'....':'.' ' ' ' ' ' -..••• Bulea and B*QnlremeBtt •< : Classified Adverti-lD* . - 01 The Rites, Rules and Bequlreir.ecw tt Clftfsiflid Advertising 1 Ot The Lubbock Evening Journal Lubbock Morning Avalanche Sunday Avalanche-Journal Ul classified advertising will appear 1» both tht Morning and «t;rnoon papers, both papers counting one insertion. All cUssifl/'d Jid«nlslng U printed In the Lnbbock Morning .'.v&lanche first and the Dally Journal of the same daw. no ' classified originating In the afternoon OJasfifled for Buntur* l» u » *$* «?pe»J lathe Avalanche-Joumal counting cce insert 1 .™ as the piper li u«nt to all subscriber* of both the afternoon «ao mercies papers. EFFECTIVE JA>TJARY 1». 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Notice To The Public Th» Avalanche-Journal Is a isernber »! th> Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers, which lnslu.es lead- ujf Newspapers throughout tho country tn4 has a* Its a to th* elimination ol fraa^olens sa4 misl«d1n» ClEsstllrd Ad- *crtlsiac. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements 1—Lodges and Societies ons* Lodge Mo. &tl A. F. and A- U. Stated communications the First Friday night ebch month. JOHN H. PORTWOOD. W. M. HUGH J. McCLELUUt Secretary. 2^—Floral and Nursery WHITKIDE HURStRY ~ Se«*oi Jor select nursery stock including shsfis aad tratt trees, shrubs, evergreens and 30 varieties ol rases. TREE LAJTDSCAPE AND DELJYEBY SEKVICE Mils Worth ef Tech CoIIegt on Uttl-fielcJ Highway. 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 Ejection on Saturday. July 25. 1942 FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, 119th District Hop Halsey FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. Court of Civil Appeals (7th Dist Amarillo) E. C Nelson ol Potter County FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 72nd Judicial District Burton S. Burks. Re-Election) FOR DISTRICT COURTS CLERK Royal Furgesnn, (Re-Election) FOR SHERIFF Tom Abel, CRe-Election) FOR TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR 'H. B. Bryan, (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Ralph Brock (re-election 2nd term) FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT. Roy Boyd Claude L. Hale, (Re-Election 2nd Term) FOR COUNTY CLERK Ed D Allen, (Re-Election) R. L. Hooten FOR COUNTY JUDGE G V. Pardue. (Re-Election) FOR COUNTY TREASURER Winnie Roberts Coleman (Reelection. 2nd term) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 1 G 1C Horton, (Re-Election 2nd Term) Barrett Penney PRECINCT 2 Ben Mansker, (Re-Election) C Z. Fine PRECINCT 3 Edgar E. Gray, (Re-Election 2n* 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. (Chief) May OFF THE RECORD Employment 13-A—Help Wanted, Female UNEN'CUMHERED white ls.dy to e»re for Invalid man. Apply 1319-19th. WANTED: Experienced while icom&n. Housekeeping wo/k, mornings. Apply 609- 16th. WANTED: Mlddleaged lady to itaT with t!d*r!y lady. C'orrall Deonlsoo, Hale Center, Texas. Employment 3—Help Wanted Provisional ACCOUNTING Instructions by C.P.A.'s. See or call "Bill Hartley" ot Hilton Hotel this wecfc or write Jor tree booklet I. A. S. 1900 Polk St., (Box 847) Amarlllo. Texas. EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. No phone calls. Wtffle Shop. 1107 Ave. K. WANTED: Housekeeper, couple or wldoir, and salary. Dial 2-;839. 14—Situations Wanted Miscellaneous 17—Instruction Classes MEN STENOGRAPHERS needed In military, defense. New condensed secretarial course prepares quickly. Drnughou'g College. Livestock 18—Furniture For Sale EXPERIENCED couple vrtnt farm or dairy work. Paul Subens Service, Tahoka Highway. UNENCUMBERED Christian per»on, live In home, care for tiro children. Room, board, salary. Write P. G. Box »40, Lubbocfc. WANTED: white only. Dial 8137. housefcreper, daytime WANTED: An experlesced housekeeper. 1C49 Broadway. WANTED: 3 waitresses and two cookj. Limit Cafe, Tahoka, Texa:. 13-C—Salesmen Wanted "There goes Gus to his poker club again!" Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors 4-B- BOWMAN LUMBER COMPANY 619 I3ib DIAL 5718 WALL PAPER SALE Room lot 51 up. 80 new 1942 patterns to select from. Good wallpaper canvas. 1270 weight. C O A per yard •* • J ^«- WALLRITE BUILDiNG PAPER New beautiful patterns. ISO tfl C ft. rolls - «p I . J Rent, our Johnson DeLuxe floor polisher, per day . Rent our new Big Chief Hllco CO Cf] floor sander. per day •$>•». JV Refinlsh your floors at low cost. GOOD CHEAP HOUSE PAINT $1.49 $1.25 <tO OK •QJ.J.J $1.25 Per gallon Red Barn paint, gal. Lowe Bros, high standard house paint, gal. _Linseed oil. pure, gal. HOG WIRE BAKER BROS. NURSERY Complete stock Ask us for complete PLANTING GUIDE 2 mi on Slaton Highway Dial 4521 CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS up Stock of Smooth. Birc.lght CHINESE ELMS other shade trees. RED BUD: Bloom- 'ilza SOB to J1.50 .mailer sizes 15o and Erergreern. Flowering Bhmbs. Bulbi, Btrawberrtei- KERSHNER HURSERY ML E. of Ave. B on Slaton 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. (Bill) Price, Re-Election Place 3 Hub Jones, Re-Election -S"-6-14Vi. 50 rod rollj,. each 3:"-6-14Vi. 20 red rolls, each ^__ 32"-12-13V5.-20 rod $6.95 $7.75 Business Service WANTED—Reliable man to jucceed Raymond Goeth as 'Rawleigh Dealer In East Lubbock county—i;OQO families. Selling experience unnecessary to start. Everything lurnlshed except car. Splendid opportunity to step Into a permanent and profitable business where Raleigh Products have been sold for over 15 years. Good Profits for a hustler. Per particulars write Rawlelgh's, Dept. TXC-160-10G. Memphis. Tenn., or see H. E. Goeth, 1920 Sixth St., Lubbock. Texas. SCHOOL GIRL 7/antj place to wor!c (or board and room. DIAL.MU EXPERIENCED farm hand wants steady Job. References. 1811-Ave. F. WANTED carpenter worfc, painting, and paper hanging. Small or large- lobs. Dial 9198. YOUNO girl will work nights tor room, board while attending school. Call Aero- Craft Institute. 3-9113. ' . YARD work, grading, transplanting, fertilizing. Expert pruning. Rock work. 9193. Bed Springs ' Throw Rugs 18" x 27" : Rockers 5 PC. Dinette 3 PC. Bed • Room Suite 2 PC. Living Room Suite Coffee Tables Assorted 9x12 Thermtex -Building Supplies and Contractors GEO. W. GRAY LUMBER CO. CASH & CARRY No Charge Sales No Deliveries Doors *5 |»ft 5-panel, any size • $jtW Red Fence (4-ft.) Aj ej? 50-foot roll v3*/3 35-lb Roll QH Roofing = On* 45-lb. Rol! Cl 1 A Roofing 9»»*" 55-lb RoU &4 T»C Roofing 9*»S3 90-lb Roll Roofing, slate 100-lb Sack Asphalt 13-D—Help Wanted Provisional Financial 16—City and Farm Loans Asphalt Felt Per Roll V4-in Gypsum Board %-in Gypsum Board Vfe-in Gypsum Board Vfe-in Liner Board surfaced $1.50 $1.75 $2.50 _, $340 $2,50 Above prices subject to stock now on hand and subject to change without notice Announcements 4—Personal Notices Tyler Roses Complete lino ol nursery Block. Prices you can afford to pay. 'Coma by &nd make your selections. Hub Nursery 32ia-igtb at. READINGS from Amye entirely different. 1912-Uth. Dial 7?78. PROP. Lawson, astrology, card readings, all affairs. 1628-8th. Dial 2-3347. $7:95 _0-48-6-H',i poultry and rabbit fence. 10 e^tT"' $6.85 23-60-6-14v2 poultry and rabbit <£Q ^5 fence, 10 rod roll, each .— *pO*Aw BULL PEN New 3H ft. dog houses, painted -white. Will deliver in city CO QC limits for, each -?u.7^ 3 odd £lze new Jtl QQ doors, each «pl«y\* Ten 100 Ib. spools. 2-p!y twisted Co en cable wire, per roll •?••*• Jv/ L-jmber. all. kinds. Pick it out <tO ^C 2s4 to 6x6. per hundred ^>^.w«» 40,000 ft.. Vs yellow pine shlplap, go "J C LUMBER COHPANY 4th & College Texas & 23rd 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries per hundred CEMENT PER SACK, . V«-inch fir wall board, per 100 sq. ft. , 69( $4.50 $1.90 PATROVIA Astrologist and Psychologist Expert advice on business, love, znarrlxje Special Readings SOc' Honrs: 10 A. m. to 8 p. m., S20 Are. J, Apartment B Gold band oriental stucco, per 100 Ib. sacfc Pali us for- competent carpenters painters. BOWMAH LUMBER CO. Your Friendly Lumber Dealer Whitworth Cleaners 1315 Texas Ave. Dial 4562 All Work Guaranteed Announces as New Services MORRJS PICKUP STAT10H 1303 College Ave. FRYE AIRCRAFT SCHOOLS Offers the only all inclusive 3-24 hour course in aircraft training. We now offer transportation to the school from any point in Texas, room and board, uniforms, tools, all books, these are all included in our low tuition and very low down payment. Ask Any FRYE Student JACK-N. McCRARY MGR. LUBBOCK OFFICE 1620 Broadway Phone 8301 LOANS We are prepared to make your farm and 'ranch loan at & low rate of Interest. It will pay you to see us. We. can make you an P. H. A. loan for new bulldlns. aud can also refinance your present loan at a lower rate of Interest. GBEEN BEOS. Lubbock Hotel Bids. Dial 7222 CUT RATE PRICES ON NEW FURNITURE $3.85 69c $5.75 $14.50 $37.50 $37.50 $3.99 $10,95 Furniture Dept Upstairs W. D. WILK'lNS & CO. 2209 Ave. H 'Cheapest Prices on South Plains' 19.A—Poultry & Supplies BABY CHICKS From my TRAPNEST STRAIN OP ENGLISH LE'G HORNS AND A U STB A WHITES, will makf you more. STARTED end DAY- OLD Leghorn and Austra White COCKERELS. Oil, gas aud electric broodevs. MRS. VANCE'S H&TCHERY AND LEGHORN FARM Shallcwater. Texas POULTRY WANTED ;.'o. 1 Fryers, 1V« to 3Vt Ibs. tit All No. 1 Hens ;_._ l«e Holsters over 5 Ibs. _— _ 8c No. 1 Tom Turkeys , IGo No. 1 Hen Turkeys 18c W, M. HALL Dial 2-9811 or 5441 1E05 Ave. H CITY, FARM OR RANCH LOANS Aj financial correspondent lor the Con- oetlcut mutual life Insurance company. 1 BUI prepared to make you a loan at a neir Ion Interest rate. IP IT IS A GOOll LOA.N I CAN MAKE II CLAUDE B. HURLBUT Citizens Nafl Bant Stag _ Dla) 6922 Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE NO. 2 Billy Spikes. Mgr. WE WANT TO BUY OR TRADE TOUB USED FUnXlTURE Also a complete stock new furniture. 12H Ave. H. Dial 6462. WANTED Creem—Poultry—Eggs Bee us for Baby chlx. seeds and feed. RALPH ROBERTSON'S INDEPENDENT DEALER 2707-Ave. H Dial 6011 For Yonr Own Defense Build t Horn* W« Will Rnanc. i~id Iniur. tl Read & Bonttaran! Complete Insurance and WE WANT To Buy Your Used Furniture EAST SIDE FURNITURE 1105-Ave. Dial 2-3362 HIGHEST cash bidders on used furniture. Harold Griffith QUALITY HATCHERY 341 Aveiiue H . . Bncle Bam needs more egg: (or aetcntt.f You can supply them with pullets fromV •'/ our high-powered vitamin fed free rang* Hocks. 1213-13in Dial 1-3421 Highest Cash Prices PAfD FOR USED FURNITURE PLAINS FURNITURE CO. Phone 4511 John Spikes Eddie Sellers Loan 1210 Ave. J SerrVe* DIAL 7456 Spikes-Sellers FURNITURE Complete stoclc furniture. Stoves, carpets. We trade for and buy your used furniture. !211-13th. Dial 2-2121. P.H.A. roans to Improve your farm and refinance old loans. 20 vears to oav. 4la per cent Interest. L»ow rate Insurance company locns, 20 and 25 years to ,oay. Briley & Jay Room 204. Conley BIdg. P. O. Box 22i. Dial 5-511 6—Beauty Parlors WIGORO » rttmn*'t>tt- ofanf rooJ Complete plan Fertilise your yard now with Vlgoro for the best results. No -weed «eda. no fool odors—easy to apply. COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QCAIJTr YOU CAS-1 BEAT THEM Nice Nandenlai COo "* from 3UC PHticr Junipers from Business Service 4-B—Building Supplies and Contractors Caprock Lumber Co. 191h St. and Ave. Q Dial 5553 Wax Leaf Lujusturlum . from : 49c HABDWABE DEPARTMENT 50 /eet 3-ply garden hoso _ Heivy garden rakes Ught \* Nic« Prnlt Trees, SOc each or Etrawberry Piantj. B«t Eyerbe&rlcs, 100 for —- $5.00 DOZ $2.50 Spading lories — Many other Items on n'.e not listed. TEXAS FLORAL CO. Lubbock's Leading Florist and Nurseryman 2107 21st St. Dial 8S61 EVERBEARING straiberrles, 629". Don't phoce until alter 2 p. a. It W. Williamson. Sprlnklen 2 qt. Pjier doabla boilers Pyrei uuc« pans ._ PJT« skillets $3.98 98c $4.98 $1.20 $1.45 $2.95 $2.25 90c BON TON BEAUTY SHOP Permanent* shaping, only S009-14tb latest style fcathnr h_lr $2.50 tni s DAIL 80-1 SPRING PERMANENT SPECIALS tS.SO permanent JtQ 50 wav« . •*'•*••'»* WAVEI. BEAUTS SHOP 1009-15th St. DW «112 Finest Quality Cleaning SUITS or PLAIN DRESSES PANTS . . . Cash and Cairy STINSON'S 1708-10 Bdwy 16-B—Monev To Loan Money To Loan Diamond:, watches, guns, radios, typowrlt- erj or anything oJ value. • LICEN'SED AND BONDED PAWNBROKERS GEM LOAN & JEWELRY 1203 Broadway Dial 8151 OVEN DOOR springs, stove repairing since 1912. Jack Grume, Bain Furniture. Dial 2-1GG1. TOP Rain PRICES DHla lot used furniture Furniture tG11-19tb Dial 2-1681 COX HATCHERY Remember. Cox Chicks Don't Cost, They Pay im Avenue F LUBBOCK. TEXAS 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. AGAIN HICK'S CHICKS LEAD THE WAY TO GREATER POULTRY PROFITS FOR YOU O0R PRICES ARE Ol LINE Don't delay your cnlcE Duyln; any longer. When you purchase HICKS' DEPENDABLE CHICKS you get chicks that are batched right, packed right - DEPENDABLE CHICKS. Even though you should have to pay a little more in additional cost to get my dependable chicks they vlll return to your many tunes over In extra eggs, extra profits The small additional first cost and the long run show you a greater profit, where the Inferior low grade chicks lose money for you. Get your share of the poultry profits. Almost a quarter century of scientific breeding for .\IORE EGGS . . . BIGGER EGGS . BIGGER BIKDS offer you an outstanding opportunity for bigger share of these profits. Livestock 19—Livestock For Sale HICKS' HATCHERIES 1829 Avenue H Dial 5012 SPRINGER Jersey heifers and some pigs. T. Teal. Dial 2-0917. BRED gilts for sale. Dial 5151. B ALBERT'S BEADTE SHOP Corn-r Bin and Are. U Dial J-3252 S1.00 Sanders on Sl.&n »3.00 permanent _ tl.SO SS.OO permanent J2-W Pliln shampoo *nd nt —_____ S5o 10-B—Professional Service DR. J. W. PHILLIPS DENTIST 237 Lnbbock HsVL Bldg. LUBBOCK Dial 2-3301 STEEL OrnuneaUl Iron ot »H WnCi- Poren ralU and lawn fr.nou. Wire work chain Unk fence*. NESTLE BEAUTY SHOP 6 OPERATORS FREE PARKING 906 181h SS. Dial 4542 Employment 13—Help Wanted, Male WANTED: Real blacksmith at once. H. E. Lawler, Tahoka, Texas. 8—Business For Sale WANTED: Experienced blacksmith at onc«. A. E. Thornton. Box 862, Jdalou. MODERN drive-In for i»l» or trsd» for good car. P. O. Box 1383, I^vellaart. Tews. 3—Lest and Found LOST: Rfc; c! fceys. Reward. Dial 507*. Blood bay riors?. 800 pocndj. "T' bind on left ja—. Notify LMbbock Horse and Mule market. Dial 3-9321. 3U Ave. o IUBBOCK STKL WORKS Dial 6751 ROTJGH lumber chuap. Wholesale, retail. Jackson Brothers sawmill, Ocate. New Mexico via Wagon Mound. rOUND: One small pig. 4 miles northeast Lubbock. V'jrnoa Lctr.on. 4—Personal Notices IUBBOCK iROH & HEM CO. NEW— STEEt — CSED St»lrways. Angles. Channel* Etarr.j FOR SALE STEAM LAUNDRY Good business, part cash, some trade. See oncer— JTET5TRO RCSH Levelland. Te=*s DRIVE-UI cafe, also trailer cafe, fully equipped. Nex. 2401-MaIn. J550.CO MONEY vill buy local cafe. Gross Incosie 43,000.00. Doctray. 3-3401. 1817 Ave. S Dial 4932 MADAME CORLENE Rr.AUtR Consult ce today accul your love, rr.ar- rtiCja or business proolems. Palm readings and ohreno!c£y analysis. N'ear baslness dls- ir:ct Readings 50c ard up. tili ATC. L Dial 2-SoO.j KAD&M BETK, READER Corablnatlcn method, consult rae on ail offiirs. Hours 1 p. m. to 10 p. m.. dally all day Saturday and Sun.Jay. 23-2-'i9th; street, M.M3AM I.EAADA here for few days. 1915!«!!). Dial 76:.T. 5—Business Services PROFIT FROM EXPERIENCE! DM this year's income tax period catch you without compact? records? W« offer you simplified boctteepicB systems and monthly service- ot a small cost. It Trill pay you dividends to investigate. MATJRT-HEXRT CO. O. H. Cratf, Associate Room 222 Lubback National Building Dial J-1152 DRUG Store: Good business, good location. Will trade for lar.d. Box "i23. Pialn-ieir, Texas. GROCERY store, fillln? station, ano living quarters. Dial 5-2357. 10—Tailors, Hatters, Laundries WANTED EXPERIENCED SHIPPING AND RECEIVING CLERK BY NATIONALLY KNOWN RETAIL ORGANIZATION. STATE AGE, EXPERIENCE AND SALARY EXPECTED ALSO DRAFT STATUS. WRITE BOX 55 AVALANCHE-JOURNAL The Aero-Crafts Institute 1400-1402 Ave. J WE ARE OPEN 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 now, balance only after employment In aircraft factory. The Aero-Crofts Institute As efficient in its field as any training course now offered to the public. Our Instruction staff Include! factory- trained and government-licensed aircraft mechanics. The time required li from 4 to S veeki depending upon the ability of the Individual but In no case will he be allowed to ;raduate unless capable of holding «. Job ta factory. BOB BURNS, CHIEF BEGISTRAH Dial 2-9173 Open Week Days and Sunday Until 9 P. M. WE ENCOURAGE THE FULLEST INVESTIGATION Aero-Crafts Institute 1400-02 Ave. J Lubbock, Texas (Associated with Houston Aeronaatlcal Trade School, Flonston. Tex. and E Flyinr Service. Austin, Ter.) ) CASH • LOANS FOR ALL PURPOSES FAIR FINANCE CO. 204 Leader Btdg HO? Bdwy. OVER J. C. PENNEVS WANTED: Well finished top hogs. Will pay highest local market prices. Alex McDonald Packing Co. REGISTEHED HAMPSHIRE BOARS: Only four left. Ready for service. Also smaller boars. n. B. DAVIS P. O. 1 Box 1530 Dial 2-1654 Lubhock. Texas FROM START TO FINISH 19-B—Rabbits and Pets BRED BOWS and gilts far sale. Dial 2- 2G72. KEETON PACKING CO. Free removal of dead horses, cattle and hogs. Dial 6671 collect. See Us For Keetoirs Western Brand Tankage We pay highest prices for hogs. WANT to contact owner ol male Tey -Boston Terrier. Phone 2-1417. . FANCY pigeons for sale. »U varlttes choose from. 1913 Ave. O. YEAR old male, wire-haired terrlor. Reasonable. Dial 6314, 2116—Sth. Miscellaneous 20—Musical Instruments WM. KNABE piano, like new. S175.00. ilso carload new and used piano*. Clem N. Gauje. 2014-18th St. SMALL SECURED LOANS S10.00 to $75.00 WESTER "Banker to the Multitude" Room 2 Upstairs, 1009% Texas Highest Prices Paid For i Cattle — Horse Hides, Sheep | Pelts, Wool, Tallow. HORTEX HIDE AND PRODUCE CO. Dial 4442 East 19tn ano Santa re Tractt" LOANS Public Stenographer EXPERIENCED Tjplnf, Dotation, Mime<<er»pTiirvj, ^^otjry Public lilJ Vyrlcfe Bldg. D:al S63 Lubbock. Tcs. Res. f56 See Us For Cleaning Of Your Rugs and Upholstering Lubbock Laundry Dial 6651 1001 Ave. G IP YO0 B7C neat appearing, free to travel, good money to start. See Cobb. New Tourist Hotel. Apply fi:30 to 5:30 p. m. WANTED—Man Tvith small tractor to sharccrop. House furnished. A. W. Wor- saatn. 2 miles East RMsevell School House. [TOW DOES yoir Ridlo «ort? rot quK.t service ar.d repairs tee Radios. 70A Clessl- In the Want Act WANTED: Prrsscr for (ailor shop. Sunbeam Laurdrj. EXPERIENCEL') b.->okkcer>cr. draft Apply IQOl-Ave. H. J. K. Moore. WANTED: E^pcrirr.c^rt wno; pyrji^r. f25 C' ^cck. Ci'y Tsfnrs. BrcTrr.iic^rf, Tr,\ap. DRAFT CLASSIFIED OR NOT UNCLE SAM NEEDS YOU NTen—18 to 50 who qualify cari prepare In as little as eiffht trecks for vilal war •w- hi:ild:ni7 bo~'ocrs. pursuit shlpj and miU- tary jilancs of all kinds, rcpiirir^ or re- ronstructing damaged pl.ir.cs in Army, Navy and Coast Guard Air Depots, or training for "preferential rating 1 In our armed forces. Write or call J. T. Clinton, 1916 Ave. O. for complete Information. SKILLED worfiers In greatest demand to day are WELDERS for iircrafl and ship yards and other notional defense plant: My system sri!i prepare you in a te trecks. Dial S1G5 at nizht CT see rr.e a 5C4-B:oaiwar. MAST WELDING SCHOOL. 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 694 HEED MONEY FOR INCOME TAX AUTO TAGS? Lei us solve your money wor ries with a fast—convenien personal loan. P FflPI F^ fe.9Ji ls£-i?J FINANCE CO. 4th Floor My rick Bldg. Dial 4971 19-A—Poultry & Supplies MURPHREY'S SUPERIOR CHICKS Vlth rearj of Breeding experience oehlnd hem. From carefully culled and blood- ested flocks. Straight run and sexed hlcfcs. .Hatching days each Tuesday and Tlday. MURPHREY'S HATCHERY 951 Ave. H Dial 6022 IM IGOR itaiity 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 lor sale or trade. 102 Uvalde Ave. Piano Tuning & Repairing^ .213 27th Dial 4419 C. B. LIVELY Lubboci. Texas ?.0-A —Radios R. C. A. combination radio aztS vlctrola, 1941 model, -ill Main. Apt. K. 21—Miscellaneous For Sale Let Swift's premium quality baby chicks lead you to victory with greater poultry profits in 1942. Swiffs Chicks Are Healthy Chicks Swift Hafchery, 506 &ve. H Lubbocfc. Texas FOR MARKET TOP PRICES ON POULTRY, EGGS & CREAM INDEPENDENT PRODUCE & COLD STORAGE 2427 Av« H Dial 4307 POULTRY WANTED See us for oncer before TOO sell yoni 1G09 19th «9TH ST. Dial 2-2051 THE I.VBT5OCK IIATCHERV Is ratch:r.; lot^ of chicks and have lots ot .-.urtjd chicks. Co—.e and get them. Ea.vt cf Fa:rgrc-.;r.<is. n. w. SIMS SEED For Planting TESTED AND TAGGED "E. A, PATTERSON CO. Ave. B Dial S-2631 T. O. Box S02 Lubbotk, Texai CONSOLE electric scwinj machine, slightly ujcrt- Bargain for cash. P. O. Box 52. Lubboclc. FOR S.'J.E Car load or more of "Yellow Dent" seed corn (shcllcdi for SI.50 per bu. 200 to 300 bushels of Surccropper seed corn for $1.50 per bu. All of h:gh germination. About 1500 bj. of (\YhcatIand mi!ui seed for SI.10 per hundred pounds. Germination EO'i on this. SES-^- CHAKLES I.ENAN Care Lcnan's LuTr.Sr- Yard M-j!cshOf, Texa*. Phone 122. Mulcsl-.oc 19J! INDIAN tr-lTci- ho_;r and 1041 8-foot Anthony Camp ocd. \v. M. Sniiih. O'Don- nc'l. Tcra?. near \Vcr.s' community r-;&rc. F-20 FarmaSl -srUh equipment, goo;! shape. Part cash, balance 2 scars. Littleticld Bar.t. FOUR Row C. C. Case tractor, four rov equipped. A-t condition, new tires. 1 mile south, one we*t Hale Center. R. A. Coilln 1?«1 FARMALL 20. ro^ tinder. 5-foo; John Deere cr.e-way. wheat drll. S1250.00. Frtd A. Gioves. Woirforth. Texas or Tiga Groves, Stinnett. Texas. CERTIFIED Maryland wect seed. S—«t potaine; for sale + mUcs from L'jbboct on L!tt:c:-.tid Highs-ay. J. M. Phlliips.