Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 29, 1945 · Page 3
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I' Monday Aflef nooti January 29, 1945 JJELP- a. fpH SALE OH TIRADE HOMES WANTED. OH FOR BENT FOR SALE FtlXiSB-l-HDMAS CO OLIVER FARM IMPLEMENTS NCCSVCORROSIVE PAINTS 824 B. Main St. : Ll^ Cruces, NJW. :: LOST AND FOUND :: WANTS CLASSIFIED FOR SALE . 15 tons of corn, $35.^0 per ton Phmie 593-J2. Weaverscope, fin e saddle scabbard, .38 holster. 212 East Las U. S. Army Issue surplus used c TMces Avenue. merchandise at bargain prices. 30,000 pairs shoes, no 'ration stamp needed, good grade $2.15, better grade, repaired, new soles and heels 52.95. 23,000 raincoats $2.15. Messktts 40c, canteens 40c cups J5c. AUo 7200 NEW'U. S. Array extra heavy 4 ib. B ,6z. olive drab single cotton Blankets, 6x7 feet, fed hot price .'$3.15. All postage prepaid. No COD's.. Send money order. Blank's Exchange, Wichita Falls, -Texas. Blue enamel, prewar kitchen range. Voss, 1548 South Manzanita street (oil El Paseo road). REAL ESTATE Special Offering in two pieces of Main Street Frontage, in the Business section. See me soon. H.'N. Burton. 115 W. Griggs. Ph. 381. OAKY DOAKS PAGE TflRES By R. B. Filler Lots and acreage. Terms to suit. F. A. Bunch, 'Box 189. or 714 East Lohman Ave., Las Cruces. Large Stock of TARPAULINS Hair's Park Texaco SERVICE STATION Gas range, china cabinet. Inquire Windmill for sale in good con- llt 340 West Mountain. j dition, at San Miguel See D E Alfalfa seed. y alla y-^r^: I «·""·'?"*- lege tested. F.--J. Rigney, Jr., La Mesa, New Mexico. High grade Chilean alfalfa seed, also ear corn. Harry BerrifT. Call S99-R3 after 4. Whether Jo buy, or 16 sell, H.N. BURTON Bring in your listings, of all kinds, and we will sell jl FOR WHAT IT IS WORTH. 115W. Griggs Ph. 381 WANT TO BUY Red chill, all kinds. Barker's Ranch, phone 599-R1. HIM/ THAT'S BRUTO, MY BRUTALBEA5T/ BRUtO/ 031*, , t BRUTO.^ J|s?^"^1^feJ DICKIE DAR By Gonlion ELECTRIC FENCES WESTERN AUTO 129 S. Main Phone 121 - F O R The 'bottom half of your bath- _____ jroom can be painted With N u - j Building, 30x30. concrete floor | Enamel for only 51.75. Valley Ap- j suitable for warehouse or. garage i P'' a 1 ce c °- ] at Davis Garage. Toy guns, dolls, drums, tepees, vests, feather hats, games, cutouts, pottery etc. HahB Woven blankets, purses, neckties, Jackets, coats, sweaters.^Hand made b'elts, blll- folds, aprons, b6bk'ends, ash trays. Indian 'and Mexican jewelry. Hundreds M 'other items; Valley Bus Depot, 330 South Main. We w!' have baby chicks each.! Thursdaj Place your orders or I come and get them. Valley Pro-} ducts Co., phone 99. Number 2 Yellow C O R N The Price Is Right! FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On HR Tracks Tractor, h'egari, Phone"685-W. COTTON SEED -- Mesa kcala, as previously adverUsed. i'OCMb. riet he\y'branded cotton bags,, re- .qleaned. per ton .S120.00 PECAN TREES -- 5 year root. 2 year tog WESTERN SCHLEY BRADLEY, .sAti SA^A IMPROVED. Delivery after February 1st. Per Inch in .'diameter, J2.00. PECANS --.WESTERN 5CHLEY, iSBHADLEY, BURKETT, iJS-1 -l Exl . r ? large, culled, cleaned; per f ^ » 35c Santo Tonjas Rftnch, P O Phone 195-J1. D. F. Stahmann! mann Farms, las Cruces, N. NOTICES Ironing. Mrs. FUlkerson. High way 85. WHERE CLEANING and SERVICE . is. BETTER MODEL CLEANERS 113 West Griggil We buy, sell and trade. Hletf Second Hand Store, 130 Nortl Main Phone 646. jrOne-Case tractor, all the equipment; 1936 model International pickup; ceiling price. E.'R. King. Rin'cSnn, New Mexico. Modern one bedroom .house on El Paseo Road. See Bob Alexander, second left hand street' off El Paseo, fifth house on left. FOR SALE 1 Hohner accordion, 2 gas water heaters, 1 gas cook siove, 2-ii6c6 Ifving rooih puiie, bed mattress, coal and wood coble, stoves': siep ladders, S to 10 feet. 321 North Main Cloth covered buttons and 'buck ies. Quick Service Cleaners. Slip covers, curtains. Telephone Miaa Mutz, 459-W, evenings. General contracting and floor sanding. .Harry L. Stout, phone 785-R3. Will give good home to elderly woman, some wages in exchange i'or help. Corner ^ T ,irth Alameda and Front street. $7.50 and $8.1)0 pcrtnanehts for $6.50 during January ftnd February, De Luxe Beauty Shop. Phone 396. --adv. HELP WANTED Persons now engaged In essential war work will not be cdn- sidered. , New double Kapok sleeping bag. Bargain. Loomis Awning Company, 134 North :Miin: 60 acres of Jand, .30 in cultivation, rest in pastured Modern home. Also farm equipment. Priced to sell. W. C. Bates, phone 584-J3. Two dishwashers, one janitor. Tortugis Cafe. Maid. Apply at 224 West Had- iey. . Cleaner or * presser. Cothern Cleaners. Twenty-two acres of land on highway 80, south of Las Cruces Dairy. Bill Bunting. 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 40 to 100 acres on shares; you furnish equipment and get half. Have force to handle 100 acres. Can give local references. Call or write Sun-News, phone 34, Las Cruces. ·Furnished house or apartment, by army 'officer, wife and G months daughter. Call Capt. DeBardelebeh at Dona Ana Courts. TRAVEL ALL AMERICAN ,£ Free meald, Free Pillows, Lower Rates. Three schedules. 333 South Main, Phone 774. FOR RENT -- ROOMS Two large rooms, unfurnished, at collejre subdivision. See Whi. R. Mayberry. Room, private entrance. 715 N Melendrea, phone 205-R. FOh RBNT T'en acres land, for cash rent, Apjily Williams, 136 North Main. WORK WANTED .DAIfiY WOhKEft Wants Employment Experienced dairy jarhier wants job in or. near Las Cruces, Write Marion V. O'Kelff, Conwav, Arkansas. MIGfIT AS fl/ELL GO DQttfrt FIGHTING! C-GUESS THAT S- SCAPED THEM! TILL AUO C-CHASE THE.i/11 THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY _ . THE CHlLDftEMS TO HOlSAN -- HE SEES · -TERRIFIC . POSSIBILITIES IN rr--.' - .UNKNOWN TO EITHER OF THEM, EVERYONE ON THE LOT HAS GATHERED TO LISTEN! IN.' MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN By Charles Kaat CHILDREN RS UNINTENTIONAU.Y CRUEL TO EACH OTHER-WHILE ADULTS GO OUT OF THEIR YW TO INJURE OTHERS-READ ON, FW3Y.' By Lee Falk and Phil Davit Waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply in person. Del Rio Cafe. Army Trading Post 924 1159-1169 ; W. Picacho Specials for Ihe Week · Metal Tool Boxes, .. wilh tray 95c · Air Corps.GpgglAs .... 65c J Army FelfetStt. vl ....'.' 75c · Army Bunk Beds, single . ^...A, $4.95 5 Bunk Bedsf^BiiHfc :$8.95 · Canvas.'Piaces, all size's, per y'A. (..^ 35c · Pre-war rftavy;D1ity Air, SteaA and Wa- jerHpsaJlSerft. 10 25c IVi HP single phase .Century ,Mttor. · Tires, Tubes, Hellners and Wheels, . Rope, Chain and Cable. mobile Healer and 4- burner Gasoline Hot Plate. · We buy, Jell life trade Cars, Trucks arid Trailers. Y,-. · 1 · , ,,« u«| two bed, 18 foot house .trailer Fully equipped nr tlillef camps Good rubber. Sec I. W. McGuire Hatch, or phivw age. I wood or coal range. Mrs. J. A. BUI, Mtsllln Pjrk. Two whwi livestock Phone 68-jr---- -- trailer. Maid for general housework, no [laundry. Phone 216. Wanted, man or woman for es- j tablished life insurance agency, in ; Las Cruces. Unlimited opportunity. Salary and commissions. See Mr. Sherritt, Amador Hotel, evenings. The Living Bcaj Haitian zombies, or the "Ji'vlnj dead," are men allegedly dead who are forced to shuffle along In a miasmic existence. They are slaves of the houngans or sorcerers who delve in magic and sell charms to win the beloved or fell the enemy. According to some" accounts the zombie, during life, sold his sou! lo he houngan for a tidy sum. Anthropologists who have explored the island sorcery never personally met any zombies but they found score of natives who have sworn to thei. existence. The only zombies In this Country are composed of liquid dynamite encased in glass. First try to get It In Cruces. Canned Goods After the war cans for whipped cream, potato and fish salads, French fried onions, baked and sliced apples are expected to be on the market. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS · THESE PANCAKE? ARE- SIMPLY OEE-ucious.'.'.. ·VOU REMIND ME SO MUCH OF MV PW DEPARTED HUSBAND-. ....SO DEPENDABLE· SOKINP-- -50 ADEQUATE IN AN EMERqENcy.' ARE you MARRlEP ? HOMER HOOPtE POOR NARDA WAS RIGHT.THERE'S THE CAT.' THAT PROVES ONE THING. ALL THESE FROZEN PEOPLE ARE BREATHING/ THEY'RE ALIVE/ IF THAT BLONDE MANIAC HAS THIS TO NARDA.: I'LL MORE PEOPLE FROZEN. WHAT GRIM EXPERI By Fred Locber yoa cwr MIMD IF i TAVCG ISM'T cozy/ ARE You W£U_, DOW'T you WORRV. AM EXPERT- «,£' LL IF X*i FALL WONT MMJ, PEARS \ 4AOET UIKM AROUMP TWE RE5TAWMIL6. M'LOVf ? W V / M£V£R TEIEO OH, DIANA HOME6T; DIAMA-. Y'OLBHTrJT IS WEAR THATPRE55 THEY'LL, LAUGH YA OUTA ·. CLA-56/ RJT LCOK, K1TTV, I'VE: DIMPLY GOTTA £ Tv-Kr CUTE. MEW BOY / HE'S TH' OMLV ME\M SCHOOL ALL YEAR.'! WHY COMPETITION IS AVv 1 . 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