Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on February 28, 1945 · Page 3
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 28, 1945
Page 3
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' W»dn«id«y Afternoon February 28, 1945 PAGE THREE THE PEOPLES MARKETPLACE HELP i: FOR SALE OR TRADE flOMES WAITED, OR FOR RENT LOST AMD FOUND WANTS CLASSIFIED FOR SALE FOR SALE SPARKPLUG Week Special Spark Plugs cleaned · and tested FREE. This week only. Aztec Service Station 888 N. Main Phone 833 iHydraulic carryall for Farmall it-tractor. Wilbur Richardson, Bra- Ito. Some young fillies and mares. Camp DeLuxe. FULLEB-tUpMAS Co. OLIVER FARM..IMPLEMENTS NON-CORROSIVE PAINTS 324 6. Main St. Las Cruces, N.M. U. S. Army Issue surplus used merchandise at bargain prices. HO,000 pairs shoes, no ration 'stamp needed,- good grade $2.1b, "better grade, repaired, new soles and heela ^2;95. 23,OOO^rahlcoatSif2.15. 9000 soft Zeathe^ripHov^s ^^PO each ' Messklts 40c. canteens 40c, cups 2{c. A^»o 7200 (JfEWjU, 6. Army extra heavy 4 In.iJJqS'ciiVe drab F single ' cotton blakkeft; 6x7 fcet, reii hot price-$3:15.-An postage prepaid. No COD's.'Send money I orBet-. Blank's Exchange, Wichita Fills, Texas. Servel refrigerator, 8 foot; two ed room suites, living room suite, ining room suite, 60 laying hens. Hugh Stevens, house back of bar- eque Cafe. I BULK GARDEN SEED ONION .SETO'.'-*? HOT CAPS FARMERS-MARKET SUPPLY, CO. Phone 333 -., (Ofl.RR Tracks _LJ TIRE RELINERS AT ' WESTERN AUTO 121 S. Main' i We wt]. have -Dairy- -clucks each Thlirsdaj. Place your orders or come and get .Uten\. : galley Products Co., ONlOM.;,^ra.S. While and ·yf li "'i by the QtlyriM^ FARMERS';! SU^CT/fCOi Phone 333 : OigRR :Tr«{kB Tractor, hegaH^Pljjone- 855-W. Acala, as previously adV*rUWl_itn):ll. He new 'branded cotton bags, re cleaned', per" ttm 1 --~:-..':.3120.0 FOB Santo Tomas Ranch, P. 0 Box 660. Phone 495-J1. Stahroann Farms, Las Cruces, N. M. Specia delivered price to Vinton delinting plant 5122.50 per ton. BABY CHICKS We have on hand at this time most large breeds. Xew shipment each Thursday. FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On RRiTrachs Moodel A Ford and 2 wheel trail- r. Camp DeLuxe. Baby buggy 512.00, play pen, 3.50, baby swing $2.00. Phone 23-W. ALL AMERICAN Free meald, Free Pillows, i-ower Rates. Three schedule*. 333 .South Main, Phone 77,4, Girl for general housework Call 453-J. Thre acres with newly decorat- d 6 icom modern house, out build- ngs. Price $7000.00. Phone 584- Waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply In person. Del Rio Cafe. Pine modern home. Owner leav- ng town. Lee Reeves. Alfalfa seed, $35.00 per hun- red. Germination test 99.2. pure eed 99.4. Henry Schlothauer, hone 5S8-R3. Service station attendant. Opportunity for advancement. Apply Durlo Service Station. 2 wheel trailer with new tarp. lew pre-war trombone. 212 East 183 Cruces Avenue. Cabinet style Victrola. 740 Las truces Avenue. 15 Guernsey heifers, 1 to 2 years old. Ike Rhodes, 8 miles inrth on Highway 85. Phone 580- R2. One 2-bottom HM-7 middle buster, for Farmall HM. Jesse Richardson, Phone 593-R2. TRAVEL HELP WAITED Persons now engaged In essential war work will not be considered. Maid. Kilby Kourts. Phone 773, REAL ESTATE Lots and acreage. Terms to suit. F. A. Bunch, Box 189, or 714 East Lohman Ave., Las Cruces. When in need of anything In the real estate line, always nee Burton'i /irst. 115 West Griggs, phone 3S1. OAKYbOAKS By B. B. Frf* IT'5 MORSANA If FEY/ LET ME LOOK FOR ELAINE-/ )/ AWD IF I'LL FIKID HEi? IF IT'S THE ^U FIWD LAST THING I EVER DO/ y THE LAST THIUG YOU'LL EVEP DO/ EP-HEEE I AU, YOUf? MAJESTY/ SHE'S STILL HEBE/ OFFER A REWARD/CALL OUT THE ARMY, THE WAVY THE MARINES-AMD DICKIE DARE 87 Coallon WaifM DICKIE AND WAGS HAVE BOTH DISAPPEARED IfJTO THE TKES'SDARK GffeffJ · · · Ot/E OF THE OLDtAEtl MAKES A LOOP /A/ THE ROPE- · · 15 PULLED UP TOO- 1 FOR RENT -- Unfurn. Hou»« House for rent. No children. North Meaqultc street. Can 1116 North Campo. WANTED TO HENT Permanently stationed sergeant and wife, expectant mother, desperately In need of small furnished house or apartment. Phone 433-W. THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY One 5 HP garden tractor and all equipment. Across I'rom Keff's Court. Wanted, 'by college instructor and wife, furnished house or apartment. "Ho children or pets. Box 264, State College." One fast battery charger, like new. Can be seen at 1101 West Picacho, or call 315W or 387-W. Furnished house or apartment, i Wanted by officer, wife and small baby. Phone 397-M. FOR SALE Feaiher pillows. Singer sewing machine, bed room suites, drag scraper, liock saddle, Hofaner accordion, step ladders, 2 to 10 foot; dish cupboards, kitchen cabinets. Chest of drawers, gas iron, chicken wire, hog* wire, roofing, garden tools, irrigation shovels, garden plows. If you trade with us, we will save you money. L O Z I E R ' S 321 NORTH MAIN Small furnished apartment or house in town. No pelfs, no children. Call 139, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. L03T Silver brooch. Liberal reward for return to Sun-News office. To whoever found reddish brown handbag, identification card Mrs. G. B. Gilbert, Lamed, Kansas -- Pleane keep money and return bag and all other contents. Leave at Sun-News office or mail to Mrs. G. B. Gilbert, P. O. Box 686, Las Cruces, New Mexico. Wife heart shaped locket lapel -pin, gift from husband in Germany. Return to Sun-News. Liberal reward. WANT TO B0Y Red chili, all kinds. Barker's Ranch, phone 599-R1. NOTICES We buy, sell and trade. Hiett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main Phone 646. Will pay cash for good used cash register. Write Box P, Sun-News JENNINGS HATCHERY Breeder of U. S. Certified White Leghorn Chicks 251 to 328 egg U.S.R.O.P. Sired Write for Prices and Delivery Dates 217 West Grand CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO Alfalfa seed, valley grown, college tested. F. J. Rigney, Jr., La Mesa, New Mexico. ; I, EG MO UN PULLETS The SmithwcBt's finest In WHITE LEGHORNS. 12 other breeds unti lybrids. Over-night shipping dls- lance. 29 years in business. Order SOW lor MARCH delivery. W I C K S' 'The Soulhwest's L»ar1» Hatchery" CLOVIS, N. MEX, WHERE CLEANING and SERVICE is BETTER MODEL CLEANERS 133 West Griggs Cloth covered buttons and buckles. Quick Service Cleaners. Slip covers, curtains. Telephone Miss Mutz. 459-W, evenings. Does your roof leak? Carpentry work, building repair, light mason work and painting. Call 498-R3 for estimates. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Nice three room house, 6 lots, new chicken house, b % arn and corrals. Phone 333. Cabbage plants. Barker's Vegetable Farm, phone Complete and large stock of TRACTOR TIRES Ray's Park Texaco SERVICE STATION Ice box, pre-war; suede jacket size 46, lady's coat, size 40, boy's top coat, size 14, boy's shoes, like new, size "V4, lady's silk dresses, size 14, Ironing board. Corner N. Alameda and Front. 15 foot Indian house trailer, excellent condition. A-l t i r e s , $(595.00. Long's Magnolia Service Station, Anthony, New Mexico. One good dump bad. Brazlto. 114 yard hydraulic Wilbur Richardson Wood Preservatives The annual 43d,t)fM,|0l7^]am»g0 to American property 1/Wne 58 varieties of icrmilej can bo practically avoided by proper utlliifllion ot known chemical wood-ureservallvci $7.50 and S8.00 pcrraancnts for $0.50 during January and February. De Lam Btmxtg Shop. Phone 896. --adv. A Halax therapeutic generator Will pay cash. Phone 774 or 758-J Clear, cotton rags. Deliver to Mesilla Motor Company. FOR RENT -- ROOMS Bedroom for gentleman. Phoni 242. Front bedroom and garage privi lege. For man only. 329 S. Miranda FOR RENT Ten acres land, for cash ren' Apply Williams, 136 North Main. Unen Lire Preserver Continued folding breaks linen threads. Use a cardboard mailini tube with a cotton cover attachet to roll table mats and other smal articles. If you can't get cardboard substitute a securely rolled maga zine. If you must fold because o gpace shortage, vary the folds wit each ironing and don't press th folds down. ·yES IUNOEIWTAND 1 «.RFECTLV,MR.PETER5... \ ybu'VC PONE WONOCRTUU.V I WELL FOR US AND Wt I APPRECIATE IT, ANP IF / 1OIJ FEEL IrtHJ'vE BEEN L_ AWAY FROM Hone ABOUT / AS IONS M YOU THINK / YOUSHOUtPBC // HOW TOUT THINK rT AINT KEN UNLEARNIN'TOfLtej....!^ ENJOYED EVERY MINUTE OF IT- . ..WEO,W\N5 NEAR EVERY MWUliE.' ...COUOSt I AIN'T NO GREAT f«-OT ME. COULD FtV .'/... WEU. I WNE THAT.'. , THE 5ECO/JD OLD MAfJ, AT THe/?OP£S EfID, IS POLLED IIP By Charles Bad $HC WONT HAVE TO SAY A*f MORE PtTHW C.RAWEO HER r^t£NP.2U|» ·THANKS' ·· NOT THAT HE POCSN T UKE n.flN».YOU UMOtKSTANP, BUT HE* A PRETTY OU5 00« TO 91 FANWINCt AROUNP THE COUNTRV FOR MONTHS ON BND.'-THe OUP fOHT PC'iCf'^l'Jgy.'y. HI, HOLDJT! OlD NOU SAY YOU WEReOMNA CALL THE COPS, 6RAMPA? 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