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EVENING TIMES, CUMliiiKLANU, MIX, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1951 BOARD estate business CUMBERLAND Locations DRiVB.—Modarn brick residence six rooms and tmnparlor. Water furnace, automatic garage In basement. line and churches. Price $13,000., :ST.—Seven room brick rooms, full attic and suited for Itwnily with looking, -for good neighborhood price. Price SB, 200. AGENCY Sc INSURANCE Liberty Trust Bldg. block building, garage 16x20, one 5 room and hot water heat, Also storage building foot front on Route 50 Terms'. ^ gas station, restaurant, Haute 50 at Burlington, block garage on nice street, Cumberland. 2B, Wiley Ford, 1600. for sale. Realtor Phone £845 RENT street Is thla most which could be occupied doctors offices., music and also store room. 1st. Rent upon application. BALE located 316 Fulton seven rooms and bath, Possession within * month. ' W. BEACHAM ESTATE-INSURANCE Cumberland. Md. Phone 3771-J. FARM Mason Road, Just opposite Camp Meeting Grounds. approximately two land. Improved by a containing six,rooms floors In living and Laundry tuba. Modern chicken v ouse for 500 out bulletinjs. Convenient upon application. HOME with six roonu and bath. Blghway, first house Tavern. House'fully insulated. heating, system with registers Double garage. Nice tell at 11,400.00, MILLER CO. Si REALTORS v Plione 433 Economy Of : ; (Continued From Page 9) repair work-at the shops and. repair track are also fabricated right here in Cumberland. We refer to the big Bolt and Forge shops,near the Williams Street crossing. Connected to the back shops Is a large three-story building which houses the offices of the division storekeeper and other officials. One floor is used as an office while the others are set aside for storing of materials to be used in repair and shop work. Thousands of items are classified In bins and shelves and the amcunt of money expended monthly by the railroad for this material Is extensive. extensive. Materials are purchased from many companies, some local, -others throughout the country. . . v NOTICE < !, Notice is hereby given that, the following persona have filed .application with-.the. Cleric of the -Circuit Court lor Allegany Counts- to sell alcoholic beverages in Allegany Allegany County, under .the provision of sen- ate.Bill 68 as enacted by the General-Assembly General-Assembly of Maryland for the 1B47 -Session. 'Character..of License, name of. applicant and for whom • applied, the residence 6f applicant, location, of place of business and owner of premises are as follows: BEER, WINE AND LIQUOB LICENSE CLASS B ' Applicant, Richard H, Dunn; residence of applicant, Mt. Savage,-Md.; for whom applied, Richard H. Dunn; location of premises, corrigansvllle, Md.; owner of premises, George C. DeHavcn. The expiration date of all licenses granted granted will bo the 30th day of April next after Issuance, First publication of this notice is Feb. 28, 1851. « -••-.JOSEPH -••-.JOSEPH I. BODBN Clerk of the Circuit Court . for Allegany County Adv.—T-Feb. Adv.—T-Feb. ag-Mar. 7 SALE excellent location In North the first floor:,Urge living room, kitchen, sun .room floor contains .three and bath. Hot air heati each room, oil lired lur- basement under- entire for car. Porches on 'floor. This house Is so can be .occupied by two Thia property is in . B. SIMPSON — INSURANCE ; Phone S3t and MM-W SERVICE At One* Rtplaced (Duplicarid) SATURDAYS Doctor'* Here Hubbs, Optkian ' PHONE 101 t-W Display Classified FOR BUSY PEOPLE Phone flrit tef tpt- elil lunch-hour Inn Mrvic*. Cash on (Ignitura, furniture, furniture, car. ilk*!) TIHI C*. IM|. MOM; 711 riNANCI CO. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WilliwMs OUR BOARDING HOUSE W TAKE. THESE TO THE SHOEMAKER SHOEMAKER AND WAITiRldiHrr THERE : WHILE H6 HALFSOLES 'EM.' TELL HIM IT'STHE OML.V FAIR '" ^ NDU GOT.' 6ETTL5 YOUR SUIT? eGM>, MUCH? , 6ROWER VOUR CHIMP MPiDE AAE A.KS AGISTOR, ArJD THE. LW*J SAME M.E AH rMPLie'D LI EM OrO THE FORYXK YOUR WHAT MAKES VOO THIN< I'LL HAVE TO TELL HIM 1 (Continued From Page 9) no surviving children,' brothers o sisters. The body is at the residence where St. Mary's Holy Name Societ will-recite the rosary tomorrow a 7:30 p: m. A requiem mass will be celebrated Friday at 9 a. m. hi S fcfary's Church and burial will tak place in SS. Peter and Pau Cemetery. Ravenmroft Rites '—Rites for Wil Ham C. Ravenscrolt, 73, forme mayor .of, Westernport, who die yesterday at hia home, 308 Sprue Street, will b'ei conducted Friday a 2:30 p.,m." from the residence b Display Classified Cut Owmn! Now you en own a TJwmV rabuift motor for a> low o* S8JO nwiMMyl Evwy nwtar fjtvnntnsl Ilk* • iww •wtari Get yo«r matt* o» Words iww low tonm. ' Motors Now Available For:" For:" •»-•« -, , ... ^n-'42 Chovrolot "Xl-'n OiryelH ?*" •»7-'«7 t»lck - «iW7 «M7 tortec ' • •».'«/ ', TRANSMISSIONS ALSO * Montgomery Ward BalOmorw Street t doz. Large Grade "A'%.v^..^......... 3 dox. $1.69 •Bacon *»'«**«^ .........ib-49 c 3 ' $1.39 Minced Bam • ...:....... 3 -$1.00 Salt Fish lor «».'«•••»' ^ H*n w .......... 5 a,. $1.00 •• "• 85c «*«'• 4 Inborn «rdM«xwellHou.. -Aprf'cots "•'•"'«• ........... ..... ........ ..... j'A.ix. £9c Tuna Fisl» *•'«•«" ^ ..... ........ ........ ••• -29e F16nr. •»iii«««»v» i«» .....^.....:.......... as-ib. bag *1.99 Potatoes u s - NA. i, ioo tL. $2.19 ................ ph. 35 C Onion Sets—-— ...... ..............I. 3 ib. ^5e Ajax Cleanser—- ..... ...............,.2.« n .25 e -' Spry ••- ...... ..... ...................... 3 ib.can $1.09 Rev. O. Clarence Mitchell, pastor of Piedmont Trinity Methodist Church. Hiram Lodge No. 103, A. P. and A. M., will have charge of services at the grave in Philos Cemetery, Mrs. Belinda A..Dolly Mrs. Beflnda A. Dolly, 57, widow of Luclan H. Dolly, died this morning morning at her home on Williams Road. Mrs. Dolly was born near Petersburg, Petersburg, W. Va., a daughter of the late Prank and Mary J. (Shreve) Nelson. She held membership in Glendale Brethren Church, Phntstone. Survivors include seven sons, Irad and Matthew .Dolly,, Williams Road; Jasper Dolly, Iron's Mountain; Borden Dolly, .Lancaster, Pa.; Arlle Dolly, this city; Robert Dolly, with the Army at Camp Piekett, Va., and Isom Dolly, Berkeley Springs, W. Va., and two daughters, Mrs. Lynn Brewer and Estelle Dolly, at home. , Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Seymour Watts, and 'two half- brothers, . McKlnley and Arlie Rolirbaugh, all of Petersburg; 23 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. grandchildren. The -body will remain at the residence. ' H. M. Schoppert PIEDMONT, W. Va.—Harry Mar- Shall Schoppert, 75, native of Piedmont, Piedmont, died Saturday night at his home in Chillicothe, Ohio, where he had resided about 20 years. A son of the late N. W. and Annie (Simmons) Schoppert, he was employed employed at the Luke plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company Company a number of years ago. Mr. , Schoppert worked for a paper manufacturing manufacturing company in Chillicothe before retiring three years ago. He was a inember of the Methodist. Methodist. .ChurcH. His wife died in 1948. Surviving are six children, Mrs, Lloyd Wright, Chillicothe; Mrs. Zonna Bittinger, Hamilton, Ohio, and another married daughter in California; Marshall and Louis Schoppert, Piedmont, and Harry Schoppert, Chillicothe; two sisters, Mrs. W, W. Long and Miss Alta Schoppert, Keyser, and five brothers, Ernest Schoppert,- Hastings, Pa,; Joseph Schoppert, Keyser; Oscar Schoppert, Cumberland, Md.; Claude Schoppert, Niagara Falls, N. Y., and Corry Schoppert, Piedmont. Rites and burial were held yesterday yesterday afternoon in Chillicothe. Attending Attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Schoppert and Louis Schoppert, piedmont; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schoppert, Keyser, and Oscar Schoppert and daughter.'Mrs. Verna Hicks, Cumberland. 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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 28 Feb 1951, Wed,
  3. Page 15

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