Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 11, 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, January 11, 1945
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fafefay. Tkifridiy,Jtff«rrtoon January lT.,19«f * TEE PEOPLE'S MARKET PUCE - PAGE THREE · HELP : FOR SALE OH TRADE ' .JIOMES WANTED. OR FOR RENT LOST AND FOUND WANTS CLASSIFIED' OAKY DOAKS By I. B. Filler FOR SALE FVLLEK-T1IOMAS CO. OLIVER FARM IMPLEMENTS . DAIRY SUPPLIES 324 S. MWn St.' Las Crucea, N.M. SAVE MONEY ON-BATTERIES AT WESTERN AUTO 129 S. Main Phone 121 We wl'i. have baby chicks each Thursday Place your orders or come and get them. Valley Products Cdj, phone 99. Number 2 Yellow C 0 R N The Price Is Right! FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On BR Tracks FOR SALE Modern one-bedroom notise on El Paseo Road. See Bob Alexander, second left' hand street off El Pasco. fifth House on left. Zenith' Radionic Hearing Valley Appliance Co. Two steel cow stanchions, nne treadle sewing machine, one Thor mangle, one electric beater. Corner of North Alameda and Front St. Electric pump and motor, good condition. $25.00. L. E. Kutotley. R. C. Wyandottes fryers, 45 cents pound; 2 pounds and over. Call 592-J3. Gas range, china closet, bedstead, tables. Inquire at 340 West Mountain. Beautiful new wood and coal stovea, 20% discount. Valley Appliance Co. HEAL ESTATE. Lots and acreage. Terms to suit.) F. A. Bunch, box 189, or 714 East Lohman Avenue, Las Cruces. Whether to buy..or to sell, H. N. BURTON Bring In your listings, of all kinds, and we will sell 11 FOR WHAT IT IS WORTH. 115 W. Grigga Ph. 381 TRAVEL YOU JUSTCAKI'T FIGHT F/W,C/UJ YOU. DUKE.?' AND KIOVV THE DUKE BETTER WATCH OUT/ DICKIE DAK By Coullon Wangh ALL AMERICAN L S Free mealj, Free Pillows, Lower Rates. Three schedules. 333 South Main, Phone 774. Young saddle horses. Call 333, Jesse Taulbee. Ewes to lamb soon. Mrs. Sail Tomlin, Route 1. Modern 3-bedroom home. Phone 218-R. You can't buy a breakfast set for $1.75, tut that's all It costs IB make it look like new again with j Nil-Enamel. Valley Appliance Co. 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, book ends, ash trays. Indian and Mexican jewelry. Hundreds of other items. Valley Bus Depot, 3SO South Main. ' FOR SALE Car of Good JERSEYMILK COWS MORRIS HILL Phoqe 5S7rJ Milk cow and r ,horses. Sheriff Livestock Yards, west of viaduct on Highway 80 and 85. Several 'boxes":22 W.R.F. shells; 212 Las Cruces Avenue. TT; S. Army Issue surplus usec merohandise:afc.bargaln prices. 30,000 pairs shoes, no ration stamp needed, good grade $2.15,. better grade, repaired, new doles and heels J2.95. 23,000 raincoats $2.15. Messkits 406;' canteens. 40c, cups 250. Also 7200 NEW U. S. Army extra heavy 4'ilb. 6 oz. olive drab single cotton blankets, 6x7 feet, red hot price $3.15. All postage prepaid. No CODV. Send money order. Blank's Exchange, Wichita Fails, Texas. One coal heater, one 5 burner New Perfection stove, other house., hold articles. W. I. Pricer. 1 mile west Mesilla Park. B. T. Hall farm. Tractor, hegarl. Phone 655-W. Army Trading Posl 1159-J169W. Picacho 924'W.:Pieacho "AS the Viaducl" Announcing the opening of another storo building at 1163 W. Picacho, with the following list of values on new and used arlides: · Metal Tool Boxes 95c · Army felt Hats 95c · Heavy Galvanized Water Buckets 95c · Shelter Halves (Pup Tents)' $3.95 · Wood Folding Chairs 95c · Canvas Pieces, all siles, per yd 35c · Bunk Beds, double docker style S8.95 · Single Beds S4;9S · Good Solid Panel Doors S3.4S · Good Solid Screen Doors $2.95 · Metal Clothes Closets S5.45 · Pre-war Heavy Duty Air, Water and Steam Hose, per ft. 10 to 25c · Shovels, short and long handle $1.25 · Portable Radio . $22.50 · "Agua" Make Electric Gasoline Pump $75.00 · WaterCooler Stands $4.95 ' A few'common and folding chairs. · Lumber, wood and boxes. · A fewYtarps, different .12.3. * · · Tires, Tubes, Rellners and Wheels. · Limited stock uted car parts. · We buy, sell and trade cirs. trucks and trailers. COME IN AND SEE USI NOTICES We buy, sell ana trade. Hlett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main Phone 646. Better SERVICE Better CLEANING Better PRICES -- ·better see MODEL CLEANERS 113 West Grigga We clean, build and repair septic tanks, cess pools and toilets. M. H. Shadden, Gen. Del., Las Cruces. $7.50 and $8.00 permanent* for $6.50 during January and February. De Luxe Beauty Shop. Phone 396. --adv. Will do ironing in my home. Corner North Alameda and Front St. Discing, stalk cutting, plowing and all other tractor work. C. B. Smith. 3 miles north on Dona Ana road, phone 582-R8. HELP WANTED Persons now engaged in essential war work will not be considered. Desk- clerk. Hotel 'Herndon. Cleaner Cleaners. or presser. Cothern Machine operators or men willing to laarn wanted as milkers. Good living conditions, top wages. Write G. P. Black, Array, N. Mex. WANTED Ironing wanted. Mrs. P. Pulker- son, 1 mile north of 80 on- highway 85. Home for young school girl. Tel- jephone 38. LEGAL NOTICES NOWOE To notify all concerned- that my Las Cruces property is off the market until further notice. M. VAYA GARN1BR Jan. 10, 12--45 Wanted, personal application for janitor public building and supervisor of grounds. Short hours. Phone 34. iraid. Phone 508. Dishwashed wanted^ Coronado Cafe. Experienced service station attendant. Murrells Conoco, 887 N. Main. Man and- wife or 2 women for cooking and house work Itar small family on ranch 10 miles from Las Cruces. 520.00 per week for cooking, $12:00 for housework. Room and board. Phone 495-J2. Girls to work on soda fountain. : No experience necessary; we will teach you. Do not apply unless you want permanent work. . Standard Walgreen Drug Store. Service station attendant. Shell Station. WANTED TO RENT Want to rent 2 bedroom house. Phone 36. Want furnished apartment small falmlly. Phone 212. Want to rent furnished house or apartment, by permanent army couple. Phone 727, ask for Captain Hitchcock. Want to rent centrally located 2 room apartment, kitchenette and bath, by 2 women. Phone 34. FOR LEASE GO acre farm. 30 acres in cultivation. Cash rent or lease if party buys my equipment. C. W. Williams. 12 rnlics north on S5. LOST Red leather money holder. RP- wnrtl, rcttirn to Amftdor Hotel. Bnfharn McLflurin. Black wallet containing import- nnt army papers, Return to Sun- News nllico. WANT TO BUY Wnnt tn buy radio, table model proforrort, ntnrtlo conrh or day rod. If ynti ran deliver. Pay rush, Mr;;. Dorothy Catnttn. Cottngo 1, Lop C.-xbln CottftRp.i, wost of viaduct. Ilrd chill, nil hi nils. Barker's Rnnch. phono 599-R1. FORWENT 53 nrros good land for rent. Soo Bloncly Vormilllon. IN TIIE PROBATE CiURT OF DONA ANA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LILLIAN LEBPER, Deceased. No. 1328 NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL REPORT To: MARY MURPHY, KATH;B R I N E SCHIFFERDECKHR, MARGARET A. MURPHY, ELLEN: R. DIEHL, AGNES : MURPHY, HATTIE T. MURPHY, 1 THOMAS A, MURPHY, JOSEPHINE SCHAD and PATRICK. J. ROONEY; and all unknown persons clalhiing any lien upon, right, title or rncerest in or to the estate of LILLIAN LEEPER, Deceased, GREETING: You are hereby notified that the administrator of the estate of LILLIAN LEEPER, Deceased, has filed his final account and report fp the above entitled estate and that the Court has fixed and ap- j pointed as the date for hearing) same, for objections thereto, the J settlement thereof, the determination of heirship and ownership of said, estate and the respective interest of each claimant thereto and therein and the persons entitled to the distribution thereof, Thursday, February 15, 1945. at ten o'clock a. m. R. C. GARLAND, Las Cruces, New Mexico, la attorney for said administrator. WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court. ADELA GONZALES, (SEAL) Clerk. Jan. 4; 11,18, 25--45. MERRITT QIDti'T SEE ME TAKE THIS HOPS? Bl/T HOtf AM I GOMA LEAPtf TO GIDP, IF I DOtf'TIDE? tfE'QE PICKING (IP SPEED - ·' MOtiDEP VOl/ STOP THINGS? THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY By Charles Rait IF I COULD PAV A POLLAR A WEEK, irp ONLV TAKE TEN! YEARS. I BETCHA COLU? UIOLIS DIPN'T »P6ND BO MUCH CANDY AN' LUNCHES. 1 WN'T THINK IV ME IF DOWN TO I DON'T THIUK M6S DUCKYPIE WOUIP WAIT TWENTY YEARS PER ME TO BUY A 'SAGEMEMT RING.' ^ MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN By Lee Falk and Phil Davis fJAROA TRIES TO PULL AWAY, BUT ELWK HOLDS HER IN A SKIP OF STEEL, HOMER HOOPtE NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN o,- * T-," Tr rn T V"MAN BARTHOLOMEW PEPPER has filed a pe-1 iiuun by his guardian ad litcm, KATHERINE BARTHOLOMEW | SCOTT, in the Third Judicial Dis-, trict Court for Dona Ana County, New Mexico, being numbered 9798, praying for an Order of the Court to change his name to PHILIP LYMAN BARTHOLOMEW SCOTT; and that after publication of this notice as herein set forth for two consecutive weeks, he will present his petition by his guardian ad Jltem, KATHERINE BARTHOLOMEW SCOTT, to the Judge of said Court in Las Cruces, New Mexico, during a regular term thereof. Petitioner's place of residence and post office address is Las Cruces, New Mexico. PHILIP LYMAN BARTHOLOMEW PEPPER, Petitioner, By Sgd. KATHERINE BARTHOLOMEW SCOTT, Petitioner's Guardian Ad Litem. Jan. 11,18--46 Our Second Front Robert Glen McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McDonald, ranchers west of Las Cruces. who recently was sworn in nt Santa Pe as an apprentice seaman, loft this morning for a naval training center. He was graduated from Los Cruces high school last May. A "preview" of naval life \\~nx obtained by McDonald when Jus ! hrothcr-in-Iaw, Karl Zlehl. mi -y' electrician's 7nate, Arrived her?' last Sunday to visit his wife, the former Wilma McDonald. It was Petty Officer Zuhl's first time home on Iravr* a f t e r two yours in the Piu-ifir. He will return to duty in 30 (lays for reassignmnl. K. H. Bomber per has received promotion in m l l i t m y rank from lie.ntennnt to tlmt of captnln, his wlfp announced. Capt. Bombcrper. nn nrrial phoiopraph Interpreter now in tV-e Philippine*, has been nvcrwns for 22 months. Before entering tlie KM-VJCC he was employed at the Jornada pxporimfrntnl range. His wife, the fnrn-.r Knth- erlne Bunk, ftnd their ivo chlldrm, Jnan and Dick, llvr nt fllfl Wesi Amftdor, SCORCHY SMITH I HAVE A NEW JOB FOR Y O U / I N THE LABORATORY/ YOU SEEM TO BE SO INTERESTED BUT THE POOR MAN DIDN'T DO ANYTHING.' AS FOR YOU, LET S ISEE.NOW. YOU RE FIRED. COLLECT YOUR PAY ANO GET OUT/ I HEARD EVERYTHING.' By Fred Locber SAV-XM OO TO MV LAST PAIR OF SAORT5 / TEAR TAESe P/oset VOR RAGS. DOMT WA9£ TIME M£WDIM6 'JeXT TIME XOO'EE AoPPlMG 6£T M£ HELEM SHOULDU'T 6£T SO TrtEREiS ASMPRTftfif OF /MEW'S SrtOGTS, 87 Bill Champa DO YOU BY AI4V O I/. HAVE A TWIN AH-SLEERNO ' WOW BEAUTIFUL- IN THE WORPS OF "TO SLE"BP PERCHAI4CE TO ' " ' n OH, DIANA «v Frank Bobbins E\ 3 ^05'CNS WIPED 0-JT T^E \,PS.-~HEVuL S-CP :_ccs TCC... IP we WHSWf MADE IT/ ...CHA-vCS TO CATCH UP

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