Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 26, 1945 · Page 5
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Frtd»y Af Urnoon January 26, 1915 Las, Crupe's Son-News PAGE flVB THE PEOPLE'S MARKET PLACE KELP : FOR SALE OH TRADE *(, HOMES WANTED. OR FOR REMT FOR SALE T , ;f gUjSR-IIIORlAS CO. OLIVER FARM IMPLEMENTS :^QX-OCRROSIVE PAINTS Bf 4 . Alain 6t. Las Cruces, N.M. V. S, Army Issue surplus used merchandise at bargain prices. 30,D(X) V pftlre shoes, no ration stamp needed/-good grade $2.16, better prit(ie r repaired, new soles and heela $2,95. 23,000 raincoats $2.15. Mfsskits 4Qc, canteens 40c, cups 25c." Al»o 7200-KE3W U. S. Army extra heavy 4 Ib. 6 oz. olive drab fiinjfte, cotton blankets, 6x7 feet, red^ hot, price $3.15, AH postage prepaid. No COD'S. Send money order;. Blank's Exchange, Wichita Palls', Texas, PRTERP Economical home insulation Ray's Park Texaco STATION FOB SALE LOST AND FOtTND WANTS CLASSIFIED REAL ESTATE Special nrfjirlng in two ulpces i){ Main Street Frontage in the Busi- 15 tons of corn, $35.00 per ton Phone 593-J2. · i ness section. See pie soon. H. Weaverscope, fine saddle scab- j Burton. US W. Griggs, Ph. 881. bard, ,.38 holster. 212 East Las I , . .. --4»- Cruces Avenue. NOTICES Ironing. Mrs. Pulkerson. Highway 85. WHERE CLEANiitt» and SERVICE is BETTER MODEL CLEANERS 113 West Griggs Whether to buy, or »P Mill. H,N. BURTON Bring in your liftings, of all kinds, and w» will Mil it FOB WHAT It IS WORTH. 115W. briggt Ph. 311 We buy, sell and trade. Hiett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main. Phone 646. ! Cloth covered buttons and 'buck| les. Quick Service Cleaners. Slip covers, curtains. Telephone. Gas range, china cabinet. Inquire ! Miss Hutz 459-W, evenings, at 340 West Mountain. I Allfclfa, green, N $25.00. Swartz j HELP WANTED Farm, 3 iti^es north, U. S. 85. Alfalfa seed, valley grown, college tested. F. J. fiigney, Jr., La Mesa, NeW; Mexico., Two dishwashers, one janitor. Tortugas Cafe. Maid. :cy. Apply at 224 West Had- FOR SALE Property 90x150 on Highway 80. 1 acre with 3 room house; a real buy. 1 4-room and 1 5-room house on 4 lots. Many more small farms. Jinks and Hudson Highway 80 Phone 490-J1 o/KY DOAKS TIRE RELINERS WESTERN AUTO 129 S. Main Phone 121 Toy guns, dolls, drums, tepees, vests, feather hats, games, cutouts, pottery etc. Hand woven blankets, plirses, neckties, jackets, coats, sfreaters. Hand made belts, bill- f61ds, aprons, book ends, ash trays. Indian and Mexican jewelry. Hundreds of*other items. Valley Bus Depot, 330 South Main.' DAIRY WORKER Wants Employment Experienced dairy farmer wants job in or near Las Cruces. Wrilc Marion V. O'Kelff, Conwav, Arkansas. WANT TO BUY Want to buy 1936 Chevrolet passenger car from individual. Call 571-J. Red chill, all kinds. Barker's Ranch, phone 598-R1. Number 2'Yellow C O R N The Price Is Right! FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On RR Tracks Persons now engaged In essential war work will not lie considered. i Roll-away bed, occasional chair, | bedroom suite, rocking chair. Fho. 490-J1. Cleaner or presser. Cothern Cleaners. Waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply in person. Del Rio Cafe. LOST Large male Collie dog. strayed from home in Mesilla Park. Dark brown sides and tail, white ruff collar. Answers to name of Pedro. Will pay liberal reward for information leading to -recovery. Mrs. Fred Vickers. phone 487-J3. We wi'i have -baby chicks each Thursdaj Place your orders or come and -^fet'-' them. Valley Products Co., phone 99. Tractor, hegarl. Phone 655-W. COTTON, SEED -- Mesa Acala, as previously advertised. 100-lb. net new 'branded cotton bags, re- cleahed, 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, $2.00. PECANS -- WESTERN SCHLEY, BRADLEY, BURKETT, US-1 -Extra large, culled, cleaned; per pound _ FOB Santo Tomas Ranch, P. "0. 550, Phone 495-J1. D. F.,Stahmann, Stahmann Farms, Las Cruces, N. M. One Case tractor, all the equipment; 1936 model International pickup; ceiling price. E. R. King. Rincon, Xew Mexico. Modern one bedroom house El Paseo Road. See Bob Alexander, second loft hand street off El Paseo, fifth house on left. FOR SALE 1 Hohner accordion, 2 gas w»t« heaters, 1 gas cook stove. 2-piece living room fiUiie. bed mattress, coal and wood cook siovee: step ladders. S to 10 feet. L O Z I E R S 321 North Main Brown eathcr coin purse, containing about $5.00 and silvor brace et, gift from husband over- eas. Return to Sun-News or Box 573. TRAVEL HOORAY/I KNEW 1 fMOU FORGOTTEN THAT ' NOW WE'RE READY FOR MORGAWA /BRUTALBASTf AKID HER BRUTALBEA5T/ VER'THAT WENCH HA5 =C~ CONJURED UP A N MAGIC AWIMAL TO SCAEE THE WITS) OUM \ THE 1 kTIKJG/ WELL, LET5.GO AhiD SCARE TH|r WITS By ConllQB. Wit|H UNDEG · · · ·SOME 5HEL1ER I'TS GfTT/HG DARK---KHFOL MLD COUNTS'/FIND SOMEPLACE' TO SPEHO HIOHT! · ·· BETTER KEEP WALKING · DICKIE THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY By Charlei Haib -CUZ MV oRAMMA SAYS YOUR liRAMF*. 15 NGTHlN' BUT AN O- MURDERER ·'·'.' } ALL AMERICAN Free mea d, Free Pillows, Lower Rates. Three schedules. 333 South Main, Phone 774. Lady wants passage to Albuquerque Tuesday or Wednesday, Jan. 30th or 31st. Share expenses. Phone 395-M. YOUR RATIONS By ASSOCIATED PRESS MEATS, FATS, ETC. -- Book four red stamps Q5 through Xf now good. Ko termination dates have been set; OPA says none will be invalidated before March 1. Next series will 'be validated Jan. 28. PROCESSED FOODS -- Book four blue stamps X5 through Z5 and A2 through G2 now good. No termination dates set; OPA says none will be Invalidated before March 1. Next series will be validated Feb. 1. SUGAR -- Book four stamp 34 good for five pounds. Tto termina- \ tion date set. A new stamp for five pounds will be validated Fob. 1; must last three Instead of two and | a half months. SHOES -- Book three airplane stamps 1, 2 and 3 valid indefinitely; OPA says no plans to cancel any. GASOLINE -- 14-A coupons valid everywhere for four gallons each through March 21. ,B-5, C-5, B-6 and C-8 coupons good everywhere for five gallons each. YOX30 HOME-I DONT WANNA SEE' YOU OR HAVE YOU FOLW3W ME-I NEWER WANNA PLAV MANDRAKE TH£ MAGICIAN Lee Falk and Phil Davit MAYBE WE'RE GETTING SOMEPLACE. THERE'S THE SAME LITTLE.|7~ f. HOLE." l ~^ " 4 WANTED TO RENT Permanent residents, civilians, want furnished apartment or small house, reasonably close in. No children. Phone 34 or 709-J. Want to rent 10 to 30 acres land, crop rent. J. E. Coy, half mile west Mesilla Park Gin. Furn shed, apartment or small house. Permanent renter. Myself and boy of six. Call Amador Hotel, Mrs. R. Slater. Furnished or unfurnished house or apartment. Permanent, civilians. Jack Lane, phone 123. One or two room apartment, vicinity of Junior high school. Tel. 76. FOR RENT Twenty-two acres of land on highway 80. south of Las Cruces Dairy. Bill Bunting. WANTED! CLEAN COTTON RAGS They must be clean; no buttons or buckles: no strings. Las Crufes^an-News A liquid solder that will hold where ordinary gues fail. Made by Nu-Enamel. Only 25 cents a bottle. Valley Appliance Co. Xu-Tonc FTaTwtUl Finish, made by the makers of Nu-Enamcl, covers wall paper, bare plaster, old painted surfaces, etc., in just one coat. Dries in one hour. Washable. Cost for the average room is only $2.08. Valley Appliance Co. 1936 Chevrolet coach, radio, heater and A-l tirrs; cilso a good V-8 coupe and 2 wheel luggage trailer Bee at Sinclair Station, Junction 80 end 85, or call GG3-J. Florcacent desk lamp. r0 pound ICP box. trradlc sewing machine, ironing board, sleeve board. Corner North Aliimeda ant 1 . Front Street, Xew dnublv Knpok sleeping bag. Bargain. Looinls Awning Company. 131 Xorth Main. Two whoo] Fbon* 6M-J1. livestock traV or NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS OH MR.PETERS, I THINK YOU'RE SIMPLV WONDERFUL BEING ABLE TO COOK/ WHY. P° 1OU KNOW IVE EATEN EVERY CRACKER ANP PIECE OF BREAD IN THIS HOUSE SINCe THE QOOK. UEFT/....THAT5 ALL WAT'S KE.pTMEAUVE/...WASNT,lt LUCKY I HAD THEM ? HOMER HOOPfcE OH, DIANA Or C6URSE MR* D6/VN PION'T f»ET THE FULL IMPORT Or PtTEIK' NONE-TOO-SUBTLE : RtMARK SHE'S TOO FA»tlNATEt) WITH THIS WONOERf uu C1AN WHO CAN WHIP UP SOMeTHINli TO . IIAT..AWPPETSWWA5 TMlNKUKiOFMYRA SOX O»W SHEO**.' PERHAPS A LITTLE LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT WOULD HELP. By Fred LorHe* WO OP/STAND UP, H'6o-(too.' 1 IAECTOR FIMA.LLY \ \ COM£ OUT OM TA£ ice TODAY/ FOR TA£ FIRST TIM£ Ihi VfiAK M now we M,ea-' vto aoiM' TO X DOM'T (AW/6 KELEM AIOU6 i£X5iW6KAJB-W«WW? MU^T HAV6 B££U LMM6 CI6ATTO OE6W6 TWS/ IT ,TO LDO»«: AKtR. .' I'LL TAVE IT EASV AT FIRST, AAE/lU6£TT7VE HAM6 OFJT/J GOMK TO WM. WHO WAITS //T" S By r-ll Chiapt CALL THE x l(.CE11D,I APY P3ST/ HIPE JOE/ SHE , S.AVS ~r\-\ V^UTA PATC 1 ^ MORE Lite 7-^ 1 " r ' / r- 'T.-THAT HAIRCUT / VOUVE : CHANGED VOUR HAlR-.j NOW i p.E^^E^ABEt^ / ; VOUR NAfAE'S NOT STARB-- -I KNOW SO THAT^ AECXJT ALL. I^MEEE 6, SIR--EXCEPT THAT I'M AMSHTV GLAD YOU SENT WAJGE SLOANE FIND MISS 6TARB ANC m SCORGHY SMITH

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