The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1954 Page: 4 of 16
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TKE COMANOUtJ CHOO*. JANUARY < 1954
LOOK - Why pay rent when, you YOUR OWN BUSINESS- Raw- STRAYED Jersey bull. With Jew FOR RENT —3 -room Turn!
tun buy b nlco 4 room home i^icLjJeish Dealers earn good profit* whU*^?poU on cream. We&ha ilpjiitment opa b|wk Nortli
“ Product*, on credit about 400 pounds. Strayed from square, Phqne 463R Ul
pay out like rent, small down to Hustlers
payment, wil sell cheap, located at Ptart tyearpy^EAt eptior.al oppor-
T2(i - North AiwlUi-^Lewls Bd-wtm (unities (or .;inUmt:;ous men.
URACY -Dfci hNUABUJl --r <26-27dl. r Write Rawlslgh‘6. *Dent TXL-
r*a*otiabie CMdccs. on every . _ ^r---- _ .. -
aitwun -at waiure
We specialize-m carrying
my home place.—Albert Mrller,. Cox 306 -North Austin
ijtALE—75 head of Jersey FOR RENT- -3* room‘... 1
heifers from 6 month* old to 3 ; apartment oho block mi
MrB. W W. years'. Some, calving, some spring- I Rhone 463R, ■ °*'
Wy?^f>armiui ' TWENTY-TWO-“8«-tXOot trusses I *—--~
druas. and we flUany d5£»lS /?» ^ fS^JOSFl
1270-170. Memphis, Tonn.
«^v,r»ru.n Krw. delivery Your blocks. It you are planning a build
fist «<**« g&-?w ■ sa£??ffiiSi.,s,a*‘
your next prescription
rtw drug n"—4” 1
for your dru« need* j„,
8HKKTROCKING hfWVUng. tap-
FRIQIDAJRE— ing. vextoning and painting any
lUimalid^lor your home you size room $110 conaplrt^We f'gJJ
. - rm*..A -Af-vit for vrars to isb te material—Call 390Km_Gtis
re. E^P^m4ts ^ml Sade * J- Woodruff, 8. Houston
allowances. All work done auto- 1
apartment one block: Nortli of
Square, Phone. 463R - Mrs; Wx,W>
Cox 306 NOrth Austin - • liter.
LOST—Ladles Elgin watch, gold
with black- band. Reward—Mrs.
Oaylon Evans. •Comanche, Rt. 4
dtc) ers. some with second calves—' Mrs
_ O. j. Gunter. Gustlne. (26-270) Cox 306 No^th Austin
FOR KENT—4 room house, local
CESS ' POOLS -
2S2SL. PSonaWe " mices^ 1 M»Jb buy small oil heater-Vern-
periented. Reasonable prices.- Qn jtfcAU]ey u Prlduce
ed at 1112 Blast Milton. Would also ] HOUSEWIVES — Address adver-1 room house. Trarte^J*iJ
Must have good —Joe Brooks. One mi]e nJ
Clem Cope, Phone 9880, 2206 W.
Center Ave., ‘Brownwood. Texas.
LIBERAL TRADE-IN Allowance
on your used,, furniture at Hig-
)0 BEDROOM HOUSE—Foy
__close by sqhooM^-See C. L.
Suett.'Service Drug Store (26-27)
)R FAST DEPENDABLE Ser-
and a full line of fresh and
itest of pharmaceutical J “
FOR SALE—small house on food
located lot. In Hasse. priced
cheap—Victor Gaines. Hasse
Iff — (23-26p)
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
4 room house, with' big lot. good
barn and chicken house, located
In North part of town Will sell
worth the money—See 8. J. Park-
mun 204W, Crane (26-30p)
WElW TEXAS ALMANACS For
dnty 1954-’55 Just received, $1.25 at
^eeds for your doctors prescript- office or $1.44 \iy mail at any ad
an bring It or have your doctor
the Walgreen. Pharmacist
iways on duty—Service Walgreen
■ Store.- - (26-34)
iJZ? SXTTING—Girls of Scout
rroop II want to do your baby
ice or $
20 good stocker cows,
young calves. Qthers
soon—Clyde Honea. .10
tting. The foUowtog buJs are qood USED—Washing Machine*
ivallable: Lillie Oaliga. Jeftnnlne
lleatbn. Elizabeth Slider, Bar-
■ Wilson, La Rae Swindle,
sthel McDaniel. Suzanne Marsh-
i Barbara Davis. When'you must
ive your children call your
foimg neighbor—She will help you
ind you will be helping her troop
TOUR OWN BUSINESS — Raw-
lgh Dealers earn good profits,
in Comanffifae County. Ex-
ceptional opportunities for in-
dustrious man/ For full particu-
irs see S. C. Eldreidge, Desde-
ijona, Texar or write Rawleigh's.
spt. TXA-1270-170. Memphis,
for sale with one year guarantee;
Small down payment. Ask tot
demonstration or free trial. Ap-
pliance Dept—Service Walgreen
CLEANING PRESSING—wc invite
vou to try us. Well make every
effort to please you — Sartor’s
DryCle&ners. Sbuth 8lde Square
USED—600X16 .tires for sale
have in stock 10 sound sdlld 600 JC
16used tires. Not a hole in'" Che
bunch includes 2 knobbies. Priced
right—Eddie’s Service Station
BAND INSTRUMENTS — Save
money on new standard makes,
lew monthly payments—W. H.
Howard, 706 N. Elm (4*tfc>
WE SERVICE—AH makes of
washers, irons, radios, refriger-
ators. and other small appliances
at repair shop at the—Service
Drug Store. Bring us your troubles,
we will m them f<Sr you (26-34»
TOR SALE—Head, Transmission,
differential, corburetor. generator,
and starter T&t 1938 Chevrolet.
2 good hot used batteries. Used
auto radios and heaters at a bar-
gain—Eddie’s Service Station
FOR 8ALE—Two piece living
room suite, Maroon tapestry, good
shape—See Bill Dudney at Dud-
nfey’8 Dry Cleaners (tf)
WATCH FOR THE RED STAR
on cash register receipts at Ser-
vice Walgreen Agency Drugs,
and get a free ticket to the Ma-
jestic or 8un Theatres.—Service
FOR SALE—Young Jersey Milk
cow .with fourth calf, will give 2
to 4 gallons of good rich nuiki if
properly fed—See Sam TBdd, Gus-
li ne, Texas j (14-tfc)
Watertown, Brownwood Highway 0V
‘ (28-29p) Road. ,,
WE OFFER SOME New Peaches 1
that are recommended for this !t
section: Dixie Gem, Dixie Red. f
Cardinal. Womack’s Nursery,
De Leon, Texas. - (26-tf)
FOR TRADE— Farmall 20 and
equipment to trade for cows. Al-
so 175 bales Johnson grass hiiy.
—Cora Wallace. Box 736, Coman-
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Two ex-
tra good greyhounds, dog and
gyt>, 15 months old. really fast.
Also want to buy good pedigreed
Poland OhiQa boar and sow pigs.
—Albert Miller. Phone 540F3,
Comanche. ^ • <26-27c)
FOR ASSISTANCE—In making
Income Tax returns see—J.....W.
Littlejohn. Phone 438J
BARTORS DRY CLEANERS—
greatly appreciate your business,
nodem machinery, expert workers
—South Side of Square (tf) I
COMPLETE SERVICE—for all
your dry cleaning and pressing
leeds. We appreciate your trade—
Sartars Dry Cleaners (tf)
FOR SALE OR TRADE—5 acres WANTED TO BUY—Arrowheads.
Oustlne on Highway 36 40 acres and Indian relics of all kinds Will
5 miles’east of Comanche on Fort ;pay top prices—Gee George Me
Worth Jliway, well and windmill, Klnsie at McKinkie Hotel
Telephone aia. 'ST (48-tfc)
apartment one block North of
square, ..Phone 463R—Mrs. W. W.
Cox 306 North Austin (ltc)
We invite you to join the increasing number of Comanche Countians
who are now making PHJCLY WIGGLY their shopping headquarters.
Large selection, consistent low prices, friendly service. Remember too.
we offer you our FREE PARKING LOT and FREE DELIVERY of
your groceries. FREE COFFEE served each Wednesday and Saturday*
POSTED NOTICE — Our farm.
3 Vi miles Northeast of - Coman-
i che.* Is posted against hunting
' and trespassing of any kind un-'
der the penalty pf the law. Please
; take notice.—Mrs. Lillian Howell1
and L. P. Sliger. Rt. 1, Coman«i
che. .4- (23-28p)
ALL TOP COATS & RAIN COATS
Nothing held back
entire stock goes. ,
gaberdines and others.
Here’s your chance
to shop—and really
li hlitmnn in in
Tbisjfpaily (2 and l
Rodeo Ticket* $3 |
and Admusicn tb Si
NldHTJ JAN. 30) I
low*r Soo, R*tvd. $1 :
WORLD * FINl
Over 7000 Cattll
Good Ifellow Handle
c>r 2 for
now on display... New 54 DODGE
in 3 Great Series
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> •;(. 3 "S
Mc*t elegafit, most exciting luxury
car in ita price field! Color-harmo-
nized Interiors and distinctive Jac-
quard fabrics matctrtUxury of most
costly cars; Record-breaking 150-
h.p. Red Ram -V-8 engine, Power-
Flite Drive and Power Steering.
CORONET V-8 and 6
More massive length, more
flashing style, highlight the new
elegance of the Coronet Series
in both V-8 and 6. Lustrous
Jacquard fabrics. cUbnet line
includes widest choice of smart
station wagons ever presented.
MEADOWBROOK V-8 and 1
All the tbne-honored dependability,
roominess, riding comfort and solid
goodness of Dodge—at prices below
many models in the lowest price
field. Red Ram V-8 engine, winntf-]
over all eight* in Mobilgas Economy
Run—or stepped-up Dodge "Six.”
fvllf-oulomafic foWwf lit. iroxmiMlon and fwll llm. fawtr SlMfiog or. ovailobl. on mot’ mod*,
oi optional ..mom.nl. fhwr madwaN o*ro CO* brngi lotting r.word, h
kOAD ULST THU ’ORE AT NEW
nmcf*lroti«u~ wiuipmmd and prico.'wtoio* *• chon*. wdSo* noSdfc
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1954, newspaper, January 8, 1954; Comanche, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth892360/m1/4/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.