Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on February 8, 1945 · Page 3
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Thursday, February 8, 1945
Page 3
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Afternoon F«bru«y *· PAGE THREE THE PEOPLE S MAHKET PLACE - , .,_,.. a FOR SALE OH TRADE HOMES WANTED, OR fOR HEHf LOST AND FOUND WANTS CLASSIFIED ,FOH SALE BABY CHICKS BRED TO LIVE AND LAY Book 30 Days in Advance Dr. Horjton's Hatchery 1520 Went Hadley Phone 537-M FOR SALE One F-12 Farmall tractor, with 'equipment, including (two-bate trailer. Call Herbert L. Cahoon, La Mesa, N. M. Dries in one hour. Nu-Tone Flat Wall Finish, made by the makers of Nu-Enamel, enables you to decorate quickly and economically Paints the average room for only 52.98. Valley Appliance Co. FUU.EK-THOMAS CO OLIVER FARM- IMPLEMENTS NONrCORROSIVB PAINTS ' S24 S. Main St. Las Cruces, N.M. SAVE HONEY ON BATTERIES AT WESTERN AUTO 129 S. Main · Phone 121 U. S. Army Issue surplus used merchandise at bargain prices. 30,000 pairs shoes, no ration stamp needed, good grade $2.15, better grade, repaired, new soles and heels $2.95. 23,000 raincoats $2.15. 9000 soft feather pillows $1.00 each Messkits 40c. canteens 40c, cups '25c. AJw 7200 NEW U. S. Army extra lw»vy 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 'Palis, Texas. My personal car, 1936' Packard 4 door sedan, radio, heater anc spot light, 5 good tires, '45 license paid, below ceiling for cash. Also 1930 model A coupe, new reconditioned motor, a dandy, with fair rubber. Also good 2-wheel trailer one bedstead and springs, one coal and wood range, one White rotary sewing machine, one go'od car radio, 2 new recap 700x15 tires, 6 ply commercial, one truck tire and :ube, 750x20. New 16 inch Chevrolet wheel, Standard or Master Buy/ sell or trade. What have you ? JOB GORDON .GARAGE, 1003 W Plcacho, phone 357-W. Plant onions now. Yellow Grano seed. White and yellow Grano sets. J. C. Patty. El Paseo Roac at Foster. BULK GARDEN SEED ONION SETS -- HOT CAPS FARMEHSMARKET siM*M- GO. Phone 333 ..On RR Tracks Farmall 14,; -just overhauled. '3-row stalk cutter, in A-l shape. 'iPhone 86. ;. . . i Good oat hay; 'S. O. Oliver, one mile west of Mesilla Park. Phone 484-J2. : Cedar posts, all .sizes, extra good. Camp DeLuxe. · ; Butane and natural gas water heaters. Valley-Appliance Go. 12 base accordion. Phone 497-J4. Rccleaned and college tested alfalfa seed. Phone 487-R4. ONION SETS White and Yellow; OA- by the quart Ol/C FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On HH Tracks We wl'i. have baby chicks each Thursday. Place your orders or icome and get them. Valley Pro- · ducts Co., phone 99. Tractor, hegari. Phone 655-W. 'COTTON, SEED-- Mesa Acaia, as previously advertised. 100-lb. net i new ibrande^ cotton bags, re- cleaned, per' ton --$120.00 FOB Santo Tomas Ranch. 'P. O. 'Box 550. Phone 495-J1. Stahmann Farms, Las Cvuces, If, M. ,, {Special delivered price lo Vi'nton delinting 'plant $122.50 per ton.-. SPECIAL NOTICE Cotton delinting'piant, Vlnton, Tex. ·will make special run exclusive Mesa Acala cotton seed, if deliver- 1 cd by Feb. 12th, latest. Be sure ff "your order is in. W^ · Farmall 20 tractor withi-cultivat- · and plows. Phone 598-J3! BABY CHICKS We have on hand at this time most large breeds. ·OJ.sw shipment each Thursday. FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY GO. Pholie 333 i.. On HR Tracks 60 acres of land. 30 in cultlva- 'tion, rest in pasture. Modern home. Also farm equipment. Priced to II. W. C. Bates, phone'584-J3. Unusual business opportunity. , My garage and wrecking business and property. Four ( ;fuil lota, corner 3rd and Picacno''avenue. Cora- 'plete stock of new and old parts and accessories." Complete tools ' and equipment-. Four room house and 2 room house, neW garage . building, 36x36 on inside, located on hiway, 100 foot frontage. Only cash considered. Health bad, need 'rest. JOE GORDON GARAGE, 1003 West Picactlo..phon« 357-W. Larg* Slock of TARPAULINS Ray's Park Texaco SERVICElflTATION Bicycle tires.,'''jjhlMrfecte. radio anteniiu. Honing Motor Compa- ,ny, phone 244. ^1 Six room modern house, choice location In Las Cruces. Lee Reeves Small rndlo. 212 East 'Las Cru- cpg Ave. B-flat cornet. Robert Talbot. 237 s«uth Raymond. '* 1937 Plymouth dfluxc 4-loor touring nedAn. Rotnney Motor Co.. phone 244. Snapped corn in 500 pound to 1( ton lots. Luis Carrillo, 1900 West Hadley, adjoining drain canal. NOTICES We buy, sell and trade. Hiett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main "Phone 646. Better SERVICE Better CLEANING Better PRICES -- belter gee MODEL CLEANERS 113 We«lGrigg« WANTED TO RENT Furnished house or apartment Must be nice. Mis. Jordan, phone 051. Furnished house or apartment. Col. MoBride, phone 508. Want room for two men. Call 576-R, ask for Mrs. Peerman. HELP WANTED Persons now engaged in esHen; till war work will pot He considered. Maid. Apply at 224 West Hadley. Carrier boys for Laa Cruces Sun- News. Fry cook; Tortugas Cafe. Cook for family of 4, on ranch 8 miles from Las Cruces; J20.00 per week, room and board. Phone 495-J2. Girls for permanent work. Experience not necessary. We will teach you. Apply Baker Drug store. Geo. Adams, manager. Waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply in person. Del Rio Cafe. Lady,, half time cabin, half tlmt station, 'by week. Camp DeLuxe. LOST Girl's dark green wool skirt between Cothejn Cleaners and junior high school Saturday afternoon. Reward. Call 371-R after 6:30 'a.m. HEAL ESTATE Lots and acreage. Terms to suit. F. A. Bunch, Box 189, or 714 East Lohman Ave., Las Cruces. Cloth covered buttons, and ' les. Quick Servlca Cleaners. When in need of anything in the real estate line, always see Burton's first. 115 West Grtggs, jphone 381. Slip covers, curtains. Telephone Miss Mutz. 459-W, evenings. $7.50 and $UG for ¥6.50 during January and February^ De Luxe Beauty Shop." Phone 396. --adv. Does your roof leak? Have you some carpentry work to be done? Building repair, light mason work, and painting? Call 498-R3. Estimates cheerfully given. FOR RENT Building on Main street at Mesilla Park, equipped for cafe. Phone B93-R2. Ten acres land, for cash rent. Apply Williams, 136 North Main. Three room unfurnished house. 408 Amado'r street. For information see Mrs. Arturo Garcia, 904 North Mesquite. FQR RENT -- ROOMS Furnished room and garage at Mesilla Park. Lee Reeves. Single room, private bath and private entrance. Phone 637-W. WORK WANTED Young dependable lady desires position as sales clerk or light office work. Phone 429-J. WANT TO BUT Red chili, all kinds. Barker's Ranch, phone 599-R1. Clear cotton rags. Deliver to Miesllla Motor Company. THA YET- ALL AMERICAN tJSs Free meals. Free Pillows, Lower Rates. Three schedules. 333 South Main, Phone 774. YOUR RATIONS By ASSOCIATED PRESS MEATS, FATS ETC., -- Book four red stamps Q5 through S5 good through March 31. Stamps T5 through X5 good through April 28. Stamps Y5, Z5 and A2 through D2 good through June 2. PROCESSED POODS -- Book four blue stamps X5 through Z5 and A2 and B2 good through Mar. 31. Stamps C2 through G2 good through April 28. Stamps H2 thru M2 good throUgh June 2. SUGAR -- Book four stamp 34 good for five jpounda through Feb. 28. Stamp 35 valid for five pounds through June 2. Another stamp scheduled to be validated May 1. SHOES -- Book three airplane stamps 1, 2 and 3 valid indefinitely; OPA says no plans to cancel .any. . GASOLINE -- 14-A coupons good everywhere for four gallons through March 21. B5, C5, B6 and C6 coupons good everywhere for five gallons. OAKY DOAKS By R. B. Fillw -·YOUR BRUTALBEAST \5~-J H E R / DICKIE PARC FLASHLIGHTS /JO GOOD · · · ~\-...r^ -\ BATTEHteS GOTTA F//JO \ - Q SOMETHING TO MAKE A PIPE MM Mi tlEEDHEAT: us-/! MERE DID r PUT THAT FLASHLIGHT?! By Conlion Wasg* V7 HOW I'M GETT/H' LerJse FPOM Trie , FLASHLIGHT MAKES GLASS! THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY By Charles Baifc HEX SPOOKX GIMME SOWS ADVICE ON HOW TA HANDLE THOSE POUR KIPS WHILE THEY'RE ONTO' LOT. 1 JUST CALL IN A CHILD PSYCHOLOSIST TOR \ r~r»i im e r\c r»A\/e ( ' MR. I~X BUT A3 SOON AS I MENTIONED TEDDY'S NA«t Tue DOCTOf! DEODED TO SO OUT OC BUSINESS.' MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN By Lee talk and Phil Davit Commanding Officer Cites Former Crucen The dignity and courage with which L.t. Alton L. Owens, son of Mr. and Mi's. William Owens,of Littlefield, Texas, performed his duty, under fire has been revealed in a letter which the family received this week from a commanding officer, second in command in Alton's platoon. Lt. Owens, before entering the service, was employed with the Las Cruces AAA office for several years. The letter was the first word the family had received since the first brief message which told them of the death of their son, killed in action in France on July 25, 1944. Try first to get It In Cruces! Try first to get It in Crueesl NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS HE.'5 DOING AU. RIGHT . HE'S UFTING IT.... HE'S UP...HE5 CLEAR OF THE AROUND- HES GAINING AITITUP£~- AHH-" HE'S OKAV-.;' END HE GET OFF i ; | VET ?..- 15 HE ALL RIQHT ? 5MSV B.J ANO // r ,#1} ~\SS3^ ' THt LITTLE CROLIP'OF G|R« WATCHES i-i ^"PETERS AS Ht AINEP ALTiTUos-ANtr CIRCLEP BACK OVER THE FIELO/ THERE WAS cract IAJ THEIR HEART* AS Ht SCARED AVW OUT Of *lfiMT · YOUR ILLUSIONS! I'M AFRAID YOU NEED A LADDER. THERE... SHE WON'T BE IN OUR WAY. IF I EVER GET OF YOU,, ,, ' FASCINATE ME. MORE PLEASE. By Frsd Lack* HOMER HOOPEE rwice A'Boouo me wu\ AMD MAYBE TAE. B6STMAM WlLLWlM/ By Pill ChiBft OH, DIANA NEVER MIMP PAD, HONEY CHILD. HE'S /- ;--I PON r ·- po / *.r' -THAT/I ·: V-T SCORCHV SMITH ** Frank BibMiu . _ TO THE DETAILS MISS HART LEFT..-IT'S THIS LITTLE ISLANP THAT THE ENEMY HOLDS.-NOW HERE'S THE SET-UP.--- FLOATS LIKE A F6ATHSR/ ; SOMEWHERE ON THE SKYffOAD TTOK)O -- MUST HAVE BEEN THOSE WE SCRAMBLES ON THE NIPS' / LEAVE US ABOUT FACE, ANP TAKE HE1? HOMC TO

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