Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 21, 1945 · Page 5
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 5

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Sunday, January 21, 1945
Page 5
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if Darning January 21. 1945 PAGE rnn, THE PEOPLE'S MARKET PLACE- HSliP « FOR- SALE OH TRADE a ' HOMES WANTED, OR FOR RENT a LOBt AND FOUND WANTcCLASSIFIED R SALE rtJIJJfiR-THOAiS CO. VBR FARMi'IMPLEMENTS DAIRY SUPPLIES S. Main St.' ·too Crucea, N.M J. S. ArniyvlMug' surplus used , Jmej-chindlse at .Ssrgaln prices. 30,- paira 8li6oi]» no ration stamp ded, good .pode $2.16, better de,. repatreflrc^ew aoleS and ; heels ?2.95. Sf^OO. raincoats $2.15. I eesklts 406," lhteens 40c, cups lie. Al*o ·TCbOjtaEW U. S; Army atra heavy 4 Ib. 6 oz. olive drab I igle cotton 'blankets, 6x7 feet, t d hot price $3.16. All postage t «paid. No COD'a. Send money 0 der. Blank's Exchange, Wichita 1 ills, Texas. One span of mules, 2 dairy cows. A. GUstafaen. El Paseo Road. FOR SALE Cigarette machine, soil pipe, protectpgraph, meat*hooks; used doors, old solder,, clothes hooks, locks, 30 pound capacity self computing-scales. G. L, Coat's, Park, REAL ESTATE Two good'Work mules and'-harness; one Jersey milk cow, will be fresh in a : few days. J. W. Dill, Fort Pilmore. Saddle; mans new suit, size 3638. 128 South Main street · Two awnings, heavy weight material, good as new. Phone 566-W, 707 West Court. 35 tons good alfalfa hay for sale, 3 fJ.OO per ton.: Louis M. Burleson. Burro, .cart, hattiess. 'bridle arid' Addle, $20.00.- Inquire Sun-News. Oil burning circulating heater, it top electric range, breakfast ble find chairs. W. H. Berrier, la Park, phone 696-J3. Studio couch, dresser, chifforobe, bight chairs, other articles. J. L, whs, 746 3tartH Seventh : S.treet. 193't Hudso~n\;Ter£apIa'ne \2-door Bhj better,ttiai^vj-iveraie-condi- n, mechanically and tires. Below Hing. Bert) Parshall's Garage, 1 W4 West Picacho. BABY CHICKS We have on hand at this time most large breeds. New shipment each Thursday. FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On HR Tracks Good offering, in. ftedhun Viced Four Room Frame House, on Four Lois, SS- dlosed by Poultry Fence. Has Chicken Houses, Elset^icily and City Wattf. $450 Pmt. will' handle. Balance 530 per Month. K/N. BURTON; HSWQriggs Phone 381 OAKV DOAKS Special Offering in two pieces of Main Street Frontage, in the Business section. See me soon. H. ^ Burton. 115 W. Griggs. Ph. 381. Lots and acrea'gc. Terms to suit. ;F. A. Bunch, box 189, or 714 East liohman Avenue, Las Cruces. NOTICES Ironing. Mrs. Fulkerson. Highway 85; Whether to buy. or to »U, H. N. BURTON Bring in your listings, of all kinds, and we will Mil ii FOR WHAT It IS WORTft HSW.Griggs Ph. 381i We' buy, sell and t'ra'de. Hlett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main. Phone 646. WAITED TO HlN'f" Slip covers, curtains. Telephone » sup covers, curtains, leic j Two houses, good location, good ] M | 8S . Uutz, 459-W, evenings. I mditlon. Excellent Investment. f a l l 208-W Saturdays or Sundays ;er 4 p.m I Sow, 3 pigs. Camp DeLuxe. t Alfalfa seed, valley 1 grown, college tested. F. J. Rigney. Jr., La iltesa, New Mexico. ·Roll-away bed. Phone 765 or 643. * Cedar posts, all sizes. Camp De Luxe. Living room 1'urniture can be renewed with Nu-Enamel Varnish Stain. Valley Appliance Cc Baby bed and mattress, cream separator. Phone 584-J2. $7.90 and ¥8.00' perminente for $6.50 during January and February. De Luxe Beauty Shop. Phone 896. --adv. Permanent residents, civilians, want furnished apartment or small house, reasonably close in. No children. Phone 34 or 709-J. One or two room apartment, vicinity of Junior high school. Tel. Better SERVICE Better CLEANING Better PRICES -- belter see MODEL GLEANERS 113 West Griggs _ __ _ I Permanent army officer, wife ; und 2% year old daughter desire a I furnished duplex or house. Local references available. Call Mr. Roberts, Hotel Herndoh. Furnished house or apartirient by army officer, wife and 6 months daughter. Call Capt. De Bardeleben at Dona Ana Courts. HELP WANTED Persons now engaged iri essential war work will not be considered. . Furnished apartment. Permanent renter. Telephone 8S1-W at noon or after 5; Mrs. Bob McMillin , Trailer axles, large and small; · ilflo one good one wheel bumper ^trailer. Camp DeLuxe. · J ' A furniture polish that is equal-1 . (y as outstanding as other Nu- j Cleans Enamel products. Valley Appliance I Cleaners. Company. ' Want maid for housework. Two in family. 606 West Las Cruces Avenue. or preaser. Cothern Waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply In person. Del RloCafe. Toy.fflinB, dolls, drums, tepeds, Vests, feather hats, games, cutouts. SALESMEN, WANTED. Oldest, pottery etc. Hand woven blankets,, ]argest company of kind wants col- jmrses, neckties, jackets, coats, j lection and adjustment man llor sweaters. Hand made belts^ bill- j this territory . For man qualified as a ^ bonus. Write "fulfy first letter. Age no Sar- Want to rent by permanent resident, 1- or 2-bedr'oom house, furnished or unfurnished, In Las Cruces or vicinity. Guarantee good c.iro of propnrtv. Call Utz, 254; extension 21, or 678. DICKIE OAit FOR RENT Ten acres land for cash rent. Apply Williams, 1S6 North Main. WANT TO BUY ·weaters. Hand made belts, bill- | this territory . F6 r man qua folds, aprons, book ends, ash trays, j permanent representative ftdlan and Mexican jewelry. Hun- [ ; veekly guaranteed plus dteda oJ other items. Valley Bus w _. t . . ,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, Aee Depot, 330 South Main. We wt' 1 have baby chicks each Thursdaj Place your orders or come and get them. Valley Products Co., phone 99. rier if able to meet public. Write LARRY LAWRENCE, Salesmana- r ,eT, Transportation Bldg.. Chicago. Red chill, all kinds. Barker's Ranch, phone 599-R1. TRAVEL Tractor, hegari. Phone 655-W. COTTON. SEED -- Mesa Acala. as previously advertised. 100-lb. net new branded cotton bags, re- clenned. per ton $120.00 PECAN TREES -- 5 year root. 2 year top WESTERN SCHLEY, BRADLEY, SAN SABA IMPROVED. Delivery after February 1st. Per inch in diameter, J2.0D. PECANS -- WESTERN SCHLEY. BRADLEY, BURKETT, US-1 -, Extra large, culled, cleaned; per pound - ^ 35c FOB Santo Tomas Ranch, P. O. 550, Phone 495-J1. D. F. Stahmann, Stahmanl. Farms, Las Cruces, N. M. Gas range, china closet, bedstead, tables. Inquire at 340 West Mountain. Ewes to lamb soon. Mrs. Sallic Tomlin, Rbute 1. One Case tractor, all the equipment; 1936 model International pickup; ceiling price. E. R. King, Rincoh, N«w Mexico. Team of work horses and equipment. 4 miles north of Falracres. T. L. Simpson. Combination cabinet sink, double sinks, double drain, two matching wall cabinets, all white porcelain, steel, pre-war. One kitchen cabinet. Phone 2G-J4, Anthony. 32-40 Winchester with 20 shells; one practically new Gibson guitar. Box. 467. One six foot Misken frcano at Prichard's Shop. Alfalfa hay. Stanley Edwards, end of West Hadley street. Phone 537-W. FOR SALE Certified Sonora Wheai Seed. M. L. BENAVIDEZ Hill, N. Mex. Free meald. Free Plllpws, Lpv-er Rates. Three schedules. 333 South Main. Phone 774. ACME CASH AUD CARRY GUARANTEES SERVICE When you leave your laundry with the Acme Laundry and Cleaners' Cash and Carry Department you are assured of fine quality workmanship. Every piece will he immaculately clean and sparkling, ready for immediate use when you call for it. Try Acme's Cash and Carry plan, soon. By B. E. Filter I'M GOIU' IrlTO THE FOREST AW'/ f"" HOWEVER, AS SHE HAS DARED YOUR MAJESTY, I'VE ALWAYS COWSIPERED MDRGAMA'5 MAGIC SMALL-TIME 5TUPF BUT MEBBE SHE'S GOT SOMETHING THERE/ , TO PIT HER MAGIC AGAINST LIQUIDATE THAT BRUTALBEAST MIME , I'LL HAFTA BYJOVE/MORGAUA'S BRUTALBEA5T WAY BE A ; REAL MEWACE TO THE REALM/ By Coallon Waven , Fseui/GS MQT, GOES OFF- TO SI/UC---HO OHE OOTICES· · · LET'S PPETEHD t/EVB SEAL /fJD/Ati SCOUTS! HE'LL TPAIL! THIS IS 5I1PEI?, SCOUT, ·SOU AHD I, ALL ALOUE: THIS CAJTT BE PAIRED DICKIE, in HIS exc/YEMEHi By Charles HaaB THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY WHY- is IT tvisr PICS ALWAYS SOUCAL THE LOUDEST? VOU NEEDN'T ACT SO SMART! MY GRAMFA is GONNA TAKE VOUR CXI PARM AWAY FROM VOL) YOUR GRAMMA.' YOUR STOPV SOUNDS 30OD SO FAR/ I THINK 1SSY IS (30INS TO MAKE A WONDERFUL MANDRAKE THE PEOPLE AND ANIMALS ice-o-rizeo/NARDANow T.AKES HER PLACE AMONG THE UVINBU7 UNCON- 5CIOUS,INHABITANTS OF WIS SIL£N7,tHOlENG!TYl i NEVER GEASE TO THRILL AT THIS MASTERPIECE OF rVEFRVGERATIO'N/ HOMER HOOPfcE LET M£ RISC TO M6ET TM1 EMet?6£MCV IM M.V OWM WAY, IT WILL B£ TW6HTY BELOW z£Go / yoa'LL I'LL LEA.VE TAE WOOUE5 lAQMER.' NOW POT n\£M, OU WAEW VOU 6£T OP TO ---·'' ^ LL FIX THE FORMAJCE IN WILC MERELY IMVI60RWE 87 P : U Cbuyi OH, DIANA YOU HOOKEP \B DATED --G.V TOOKEN WHAT'S STEAW«lJ' LVlM' HE.RE \AJOMOE-RI N' WrlAT PROMINENT- SAMTOM: \ . SXVE MONEY'ON BATTERIES AT WESTERN AUTO IM S. Main PhonelZl iAUNDRY ', a*ut t CLEANE'RS 500 NORTH MAIN PHOKE 373 SCORCHY SMITH Pf i* s .S Rv Frank Bobbin ..-IMA3INE/SHE (VM5HT HAVE HAD TO SPEND THE REST OF HEK LIFE ON THAT PLACE --WITH CAPTAIN SMITH / DON'T BEHIND HEK OF IT, 'HESTE3--.LET'S HELP HER :R6ET HER Ef CAPE a. TERRIBLE FATE--- lEEPEBS, MISS STARR, ILL GLAD TO BE IN YOUR. WAV BACK HOAAE / ETTIN AWAY FRCAA THAT ISLAND

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