Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 8, 1945 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
Issue Date:
Monday, January 8, 1945
Page 3
Start Free Trial

Mond»y Altwnoon January 8. 1(45 Las Cn**rS*in-Newj PAGE THREE THE PEOPLES MARKETPLACE- HELP : FOR SALE OR TRADE HOMES WANTED, OR FOR RENT LOST ANP FOUND WANTS CLASSIFIED OAKY DOAKS By B. B. Full* FOR SALE I.'ULLER.THOMAS co. QWVBB FAIW BlPLgMKNTS »»« S. M»ui Bt I/is Crucea, N.M v : * :, CASIJ FO'R USED " Guns, FUhlng Rods. WESTEBN'AUTO 129$. Main , .;' Phone 121 ; .TJ. S. army ' issue surplus used gfeaVbargain pr c- fs. 34,000 pairs shoes, rio ration lUrnp 'needeiv J2,iS. 28,000 raincoats, JB.15. 2900 soft feather pil- «ws _90c, Me^ltitll «0c,.. canteens lOc, cups 25£',itatigue~hats 25c. Also 10,000 NEW U.; S. army extra heavy 4 Ibs. 6:pz. olive 1 (Jrab. single, notion blanket*!' Vize Gjtt feet, red hot 'bargains J3.ljj,,r$aj Christmas presents. Aij postage prepaid. No COD .9. Send jnoney order. Blank's Exchange, .Wichita Palls. Texas. BABY CHICKS We have on hand at ibis timo most large breeds. New shipment each Thursday. FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On RR Tracks ' Tractor, hegari. Phone 655- W. Toy guns, dolls, drums, tepees, Vests, feather. hats, games, cutouts, pottery etc. Hand woven blankets, purses, neckties, jackets, coats, sweaters. Hand made belts, billfolds, aprons, hook ends, ash trays. Indian and Mexican jewelry. Hundreds of other items. Valley Bus Depot, 330 South Main. FOR SALE Car of Gtfod JERSEY MILK Cows MORRIS HILL FOR SALE 1937 Hudson Terraplane 2-door sedan, better than average condition, mechanically and tires. Below ceiling. Bob Parshall's Garage, 1144 West Picacho. .38 revolver. Pueblo Courts, phone 508. NOTICES We buy, sell and trade. Hiett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main, Phone 646. ^ WHERE CLEANING and SERVICE is BETTER MODEL CLEANERS 113 West Griggs $7.50 and $8.00 permanent* for $6.50 during January and February. De Luxe Beaufy pledge wood. Cut it and take it. Will furnish axe. KIlby Kourts. Will do public hauling. Cal 720 North Main street. Jesse Williams. HELP WANTED Persons now engaged In essential war work will not be considered. Cleaner or presser. Cothern C eaners. House maid no children. All 01 part time. 215 South Reymond st. Woman desiring good home, ight work, good pay, care of inva- id, see Mrs. Pickett, White House. Dishwashed wanted. Coronado Cate. English speaking maid for house work and care for small child. Call gRl after 5. Mesilla Park. Experienced service station at- endant. Murrells Conoco, 887 'N. Main. Man and wife or 2 women for ooking and house work for small amily on ranch 10 miles from Las Cruces. $20.00 per week for cook- ng. $12.00 for housework. Room nd board. Phone 495-J2. HEAL ESTATE Lots and acreage. Terms to sui F. A. Bunch, box 18», or 714 Eas Lohman Avenue, Las Cruces.. Whether to buy, or to sell, H.N. BURTON Bring in your littings, of all kinds, and we will ieil it FOR WHAT IT IS WORTH. 115 W. Grigg* Ph, 3«1 WANTED TO BUY 100 to 150 acres; have cash buyer. Have customer fqr auto court, also for large ranch. James C. White Realty Co. 106 M. stinton St. El Paso WANTED TO RENT Want to rent furnished house or apartment, by permanent arnn couple. Phone 727, aak for Captain Hitchcock. Two women wish to rent unfurnished house. Phone 583-Ji. Want to rent centrally located 2 room apartment, kitchenette anc bath, by 2 women. Phone 34. TRAVEL ALL AMERICAN ,35 8 Free meald, Free Pillows, Lower Rates. Three schedules. 333 South Main, Phone 774. WANTED Ironing wanted. 'Mrs. F. Fulkcr- son. 1 mile north of 80 on highway 85. TO TRADE Pecans for hay. C. A. Williams, San Miguel. FOR RENT Wheel chair. Phone 689-R3. WANT TO BUY Red chili, all kinds. Barker's Ranch, phone 599-R1. Try first to got It In Crurais! NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS ISN'T FAIR/ BUT H| T ' YOU ATTACKED SIR OAtO//* HORTHC FROM THE REAR/J^-if ATTACKED MV* r: EC3 l HORTHE FROM THE 1 MJ D U K E W THAT HIS HORSE HAP BEER RENDERED HOBS'BE COMBAT B/ THE SIR OAKY/ MR. HORACE/ DO DICKIE DARC By Coulton Wacgfc Phone 557-J 'Kitchen range. Naff Motor Court. We wf'.'haVe baby chicka each Thursday Place your orders or come and £et them. Valley Pro- ducta Co., phone 99. Milk cow and horses. Sheriff Livestock Yards,' West of viaduct on Highway 80 and 85. Several iboxes .42 W.R.P. shells. 212 Las Cruces Avenue. Bedroom suite, living room suite, dinette set, oil stove. Used two months. 1207 West Van Patten. Few new tire pumps and 4-way lub wrenches. Shell Service Station. 1836 Ford sedan. Inquire Las Cruces Hotel. Equity in four room house and 4 lota. 113 West. Chestnut. 53 acres, 4 room house near irrigation ditch, $12,000. Quescnber- ry Realty Co., phone 52. U. S. Army Issue surplus used merchandise at bargain prices. 30,000 pairs shoes, no ration stamp needed, good grade S2.15, better grade, repaired, new soles and heels S2.B5. 23,000 raincoats J2.15. Messkits 40c. canteens 40c, cups 25c. Also 7200 NEW U. S. Army extra heavy .4 Ib. 6 oz. olive drab single cotton blankets, 6x7 feet, red hot price $3.15. All postage prepaid. No COD's. Send money order. Blank's Exchange, Wichita Falls, Texas. Oliver 60 tractor, priced to sell. W. C. Bates, 1 miles north on Dona Ana road. Folding .baby bed, kiddie koop type, with mattress; quart and pint fruit Jars. Phone 4B7-R2. Two good as new harmonizing Welton rugs, 8x12 and S'Axll Phone 038-W. Paper alien pecans. Phone 889- RS. / HOl/LD HAVE BROUGHT */OU UP HERE llJ THE STATION tiAGOl t BIlT I THOUGHT THIS tiOllLD BE WORE FUtli HOME, THE KAIjCH OF MEPRITT BllTLER i /THERE'S VOUl?\ feri HAHGOUT! ) -- ~1^S THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY By Charles Baab STILL HAVE THE RUN OF THE STUDIO. 1 . 90 FAR, NO STORY HAS BEEN WRITTEN FOR THEIR FORTHCOMING PICTURE i At MfeAN--i WELL, I CAN'T SEE WHY THEY'RE HAVING TROUBLE GETTING A ' STORY FOR VqU LOVELY . CHlLDREKl.' SHE MEAMS ME. 1 sv£ au.EP us .- \ ruu Be ·.. U HUSBIN IF VOU'U. ^ STOP H/WIN' BIRTHDA.V3 TILU I CATCH UP. 1 MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN By Lee Falk and Phil Davit Living room suite, matched rugs, collarette. 510 Parlccr Road. The New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts niters for sale on competitive bids the following animals: 1 two-stiir Jersey bull born February 13. 1911. l one-star Jersey Inill born April 10. 1944. Persons wishing information about these bulls should write the . Dairy Husbandry Department, I · State College. New Mexico, or con- Mi, their County Agent. The nnl- "Als may be inspected at the Col| log\ SeaWd Wdj will be received U nt\i0:00.«.m., January 24, 1»I5. Bids Wiould be adlressed tn "Busi- ( new Cfflce. New lioxico College of t A » M. A., Silte College. ^! W I Mwico, 1 «md m »fked "Bid on Dai- IM Animals." i 1 .i' YOU LOOK AS IF YOU HAD LOST YOUR LAST FRIEND, MR. WATCHMAN.rrl (· MY SCOTTY'S GONE. HE NEVER RAN AWAY BEFORE. I HEARD A DOG BARKING. STAY OUT OF PLACES YOU DON'T BELONG. NOW GET BACK TO WORK. OLP BOY.. REMEMBER ALL I'VE TOLD YOU/.. I'M TAKING MV HANDS OFF THE CONTROL? - SHE'S ALL YOURS _ .. TAKE IT AWAY '' HOMER HOOPfcE By Fred Locker TUeRK A RATICWIM6 CHACT 1 IM U£R£ / I'M ALL MIXtD UP OW MV FblMTS A6AW/ ME ,TOOUA.' WISH THEVD JUST 0££D TAB ICICLE'S .PICTURE AND LEFT AMM£ OUT/ A PICTURE OF OUR ICICLE ON TOE PROMT PAGE OF me PAPER/ PETERS GINGERLY TOOK HOLD OF THE CONTROLS, BUT THE CAU SEEMC.C? SO UNVJORRIEt ABOUT ANYTHING HE MIGHT OO THAT IT GAVE HIM CONFIDENCE. /.'.... AT FIRST HE HELD THINtjJ JUST M HE HAP TAKEN THEH1....TH6N HE STAKTE.P WISGUNQ THE STICK // OH, DIANA By Bill Champa YOUR. FEET ARE Win' \\)C WHEN THE: suNi is r-,-^v v- YESSIR/ THEY'RE A PUPtPLE Of PER.- THE DOOLITTLES SPI RATION, SIR./ VOL) SEEM YO'HAVE A COLD, MISS WOODEN 13UST THOUGHT OF A WDM SERVICE SCORCHY SMITH SHOULD BE ETTINS T NOT9O S; THAT ISLAND ) Si?.. .5CT . 3V NiO\v.._ AMY -- ·- X TO ICEEP SlMS, CML'/\\? J EVE OUT FOB \:PS, IM THESE THEy "TI WAS AFPAio OF COME,5C0RCHY/ THAT / TIl-iT, CHESTER / I'LL HOW THEY'RE MAKIN V AMD THE em., STOEM, WHO« HE tS TRYINS TO KEEP FALL'NS INTO THE HA.N3S OP THE JAP5 ON THE ;SLA,SD..-HAVE 3£5 AN\3USH£C BY A SKOND S

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free