Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on February 2, 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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Friday, February 2, 1945
Page 5
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Fridiy Afternoon February 2,1945 las Craj*r$tin-New3 PAGE FIVB THE PEOPLE S MARKET PLACE ,]HEW i: r-OH SALE OR TRADE :: '.feOMES WANTED. OH FOR HENT :: LOST AND FOUND WANTS CLASSIFIED FOR SALE IFOR SALE BABY CHICKS BRED TO LIVE AND LAY Book 30 Days in Advance Dr. Morion's Hatchery 1520 West Hadley Phone 537-M CO OLJVER 'FARM IMPLEMENTS ,« , NONrCORRpSIVE PAINTS 4 S. Main Hi'' Las Cf uc'ea, N.M /fining roonr-^set-'-r Mrs. E. T. Johns. . · ' ' . ' . ' U. S. Army ..'Issue, surplus, used merchandise at bargain prices. 30,000 pairs shoes,-,,no ration stamp needed, good grade, ?2.15, better gride, repaired., new soles and 1 heels $2.95'. 23,o6o. raincoats $2.15. 90(Jo sort feather pillows $1.00 each MeSskits 40c, carfteens 40p, cups 25c. Also 7200 JJEW U. g. Army extra heary 4 .lb. 6 oz.. olive drab single cotton blankets, 0x7 feet, red hot price $3.15. All; postage prepaid. No COD'a. Send money order. Blank's Exchange, Wichita Palls. Texas. Gas range, china cabinet. Inquire at 340 West Mountain. WOOL LINED SLEEPING BAGS with zippers WESTERN AUTO 129 S. Main Phone 121 Toy ffUns, dolls, arums,' tepees, vests, feather hats, games, cutouts, pottery etc. Hand woven blankets, purses, neckties, jackets, coats, sweaters. Hand made belts, billfolds, aprons, book ends, ash trays In'dian and Mexican jewelry. Hun dreds of other Items,.Valley Bui Depot, 330 South Main, Used lumber anil roof iron. Lee Reeves. Single bed stead, mattress and springs' 128 South Main. [REAL ESTATE Lots and acreage. Terms to suit*. F. A. Bunch, Box 189. or 714 East Lohraan Ave., Las Cruces. "Junior size bed, practically new. 150 Willoughby. One slightly used Everinan land leveler. Alfalfa hay, $22.00 per ton. Phone 537-W. When In need of anything in the real estate line, always see Burton's first. 115 West Griggs, phone 381. OAKY DOAKS By R. B. Fnller Whizzer bicycle. Motor good condition. Reasonable. See J. E. Wood, 702 North Main street, Magnolia Service Station. Lot and 2 room adobe house with screened front porch, $300.00 cash or $400.00 in terms, south end Tornillo street. Felipe Cadona, 220 East Hadley. NOTICES TRAVEL ALL AMERICAN free meald, Free Pillows, Lower Rates. .Three schedules. 333 South Main, Phone 774. L ?J?L WANTED TO RENT Permanent residents, civilians, want furnished apariment or small house, reasonably close in. No children. Phone 34 or 709-J, .MCE, 3E YOUR MX! ^/ DICKIE DAP* We_buy, sell and Hade. Hiett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main Phone 646. WHERE CLEANING and SERVICE is BETTER MODEL CLEANERS 113 West Griggs Cloth covered buttons and buckles. Quick Service Cleaners. $7.60 and $8.00 permanent* for $6.50 during January and February. De Luxe Beauty Shop. Phone 89fi. --adv. General Contracting and Floor Sanding. HARRY L. STOUT Phone 785-R3 FOR HENT Number 2 Yellow C O R N The Price Is Right! FARMERS'MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On RR Tracks We wi'| have'baby chicks each TMursdaj Place .your orders or come and get ,-tJiem. .-Valley Products Co., ph'one 99. Tractor, hegaH. Phone «55-W. ARMY SHOES No Stamps Shoes and Clothing Bolighi and Sold 142 West Las Cruces Ave. COTTOIf, SEED -- Mesa Acala, s previously advertised. 100-lb. net new -branded cotton bags, re- cleaned, per ton $120.00 PECAN TREES -- 5 year root. 2 year top WESTERN SCHMY, BRADLEY, SAN SABA IMPROVED. Delivery after February 1st. Per inch In diameter, J2.00. PECANS -- WESTERN SCHLEY. EHADLEY, BURKETT, US-1 -Extra large, culled, cleaned; per , pound ,-- 35c FOB Santo Tomas Ranch. P. O. 550, Phone 495-J1. D. F. Stahmann. Stahmanh Farms, Las Cruces, N. U. Large Stock of TARPAULINS Ray's Park Texaco SERVICE STATION Tractor, A11 is-Chalmers, model S, completely refcuilt. Brand new parts. Many you wouldn't believe. New Garwood pump, CIar\vood hydraulic dozer, 6 yd. Continental Hydraulic scraper, excellent tires. Perfect shape. Don't take time to Write; phone ahead, and come see l[. Malcolm Q St. .John, Abilene, Texas. -."·;· ' ·' . Karmall Ihone 86. 14, just overhauled. Karmnll 20 tractor with cultivator and plows. Phone 59S-J3. Mercury quartz ultra violet ray ftnd Orone health lamp. Loom!s a'nd Company. Kelvlnntor. M. S. -Hooten, first turn l«ft on Colltgtj Road, second hou« on right. Alfalfa upod, valley Jtrown. ool- ltg« tested. FT J. Riffncy. Jr., Ua Mftia, New Mexico. Twenty-two acres of land on highway 80, south of Las Cruces Dairy. Bill Bunting. Ten acres land, for cash rent. Apply Williams, 136 North Main. Building on Main street at Mesilla Park, equipped for cafe. Phone 593-R2. WANT TO BUY Red chili, all kinds. Barker's Ranch, phone 599-R1, Want to rent 40 to 100 acres on i shares; you furnish equipment and I get half. Pave force to handle 100 j acres. Can give local references, | Call or write Bun-News, phone 34,: Las Cruces. Furnished house or apartment, by army officer, wife and 6 months daughter. Call Capt. DeSardeleben at Dona Ana Courts. Retired arm ycaptain nnd wife vant small apd.^meni or house. Phone 34. Furnished house or apartment. Col. McBride, phone 508. HELP WANTED Persons now engaged In essential war work will not be considered. Maid. Apply at 224 West Uad- Cleaner or presser. Cothern Cleaners. Cook for La Fonda Cafe. Phone 502. Soldier's wife to take full charge of house in return for private room m' bath and small salary. Phone 536-NW. Waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply in person. Del Rio Cafe. Man to work.on college poultry farm, c R- Ing for hens L,id baby chi :ks. Apply at College Poultry Farm. AHOV THEf?E, mA/JGEI?.' STAtlD TOBEBOAKDED! By Conlion Waug- fHE ADVENTURES OF PATSY f AVQUP.' THAT'S TH' ( HOUSE RIGHT STR.MSHT , \ AHEAD. 1 1 PATSY'S STILL REftOlkJG HER STORY.' WE'LL GO IN \--I THISWW.' ^ I By Charles Baab '771 MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN By Lee Falfe and Phil Davit NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS NO I AWT//: -HONEST I NEVER HAD NOTHIN' TO 00 WITH IT .'.'·. -HONEST.'/.-' OO AHEAD-, A5KHER/. VV£U.- THAN TURN MY BA£K ASlQ I RETURN TO FINP.A ROMANTIC LITTLE 9CENE.."-. -Why, PETEX you OLO ROUE II OH,VEf HE 0/0, 5AS5y._HE'5 WONDERFUL': MOST TELL YOU WHAT HE' PIP -- MAMA TOLO ALL ABOUT PE.TE.R5 SIVWG HER THE IPEA OF TtlRNtfJQ THE. RANCH HQU5E INTO AN ARMY HOSPITAL., AND 9EFOKE HE KNEW IT SASSY HAD 0ENT PQWAI s\ AND KISSED HIM,TOO //.... UMM, WELL, \ NO USE DEPRIVING THE LAOIEL^ OFTHQR EXPRESSIONS 0^ PLEASURE // THE DOOLJTTLES 'WHAT WHENCE tX)ES IT A^AKE.;DEAR,.^F THEV DRIMK, /A\LK HERE OP AT HOM? ~7 HUNTING FOR HARDA* MANDRAKE GOES FROM ONE Of THE FROZEN LIVING THE NEXT... " I WONDER IF THATf/ HE'S FOUND HER/ HOW SAO THE FOOL LOOKS/ HOMER rJOOPtt WMO, M£ ?/ IWCULD/JT (to OUT HOMER HAS U5N6 £MOdJ T£ ACKER, DOM T You OW TMAT \C£ A6AIM FOR. A A.OW W£ DOIW T E^-\f \J£- · ' \OWW/ \ OW TME \C6/ WAV 1V£ AAO MV 6£S^OM IF TAW WAS ME MY wire woiii- COME AFTER M£.' DON'T you SKATE WITH, 87 0: 'l Chun GOCOMP35/ 1-3 IT MAE Vl/BST OR OF THE TriE AURA OF WASTE" KITCHEN! CfcAFf- -SHAPE! Pv Frank Bobbiai SCORCHY SMITH CAN i THANK") YOU BOYS ? , , BEAUTtfVL// HEKE SHE COMES.' PONT HEKP5 SOT T 36 PO(?MAU

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