Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on September 17, 1944 · Page 19
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SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19-1-f NINETEEN FUNERALS NEED Not Be Costly To Be Beautiful Phone 1454 Funeral Home 309-311 Decttur Bt. BUD it ED'S AUTO SERVICE 317 Henderson Ave. Phon« 3744 4-13-tf-T > I 4 A funeral service oi irrepfoachabl* character — priced reasonably. ! Card o» Thank* We wish to exprtsB our sincere thanks 5 our IrleneU and relative* lor their irdncE* shown us In our recent bereave- I i.'m the de»th of our btloved son and Mo'lwr Sgt. Charles Howard Henwl, who t ii killed In France. July 18th. We also -11 to trunk those who sent flowers (i! and letters ol condolence. MR. Ic, MRS. HOWARD M. HKNBEU MRS. PAUL P. HARTTJNG, .MRS. WALTER OKWJOORFF, KENNETH HENSEL,. 9-16-lt-Tt. Mtmorlom TIRES RECAPPED And Repaired. New ana Used Tires. Goodrich Silvertown Store*, 112 8. Centre. Phone 611. 10-10-tf-T DAYTON Sunoco Service. Wash tag. greasing. 55 Henderson Ave. 8-5-tf-N 9—Baby Chicks 19—Fjintish«d Apartm«i»ts MODERN TWO. three and lour room apartments, also single rooms by the week or month. Boulevard Apartment*. Phone 2737. 8-9-tf-T 22 REMINGTON RIFLE repeater $20, 12 gauge Remington automatic and ease $40. 1109 Virginia Ave. THREE ROOMS, adults. Apply 114 Henry St. Phone 1600. 9-15-3t-N TWO ROOMS newly furnished. , YOUIIJJ couple. Apply 312 Washington St., after 4:30. 9-15-lwk-N 250 ACRES mine, saw and pulp timber-on John A. Wilt farm, 5 miles north east of Swanton. Md. 100 acres coal In district 4, untier Stephen Duckworth farm. For Particulars write or se« Porter M7 Wilt, Deer Park, Md. S-16-lwk-N 20—Unfurnished FOUR ROOMS, second floor. 415 South St. 9-14-lwk-N 100% Bloodtested Baby Chicks, All Breeds—$10.95' per 100. Penn Hatcheries dutlet, 1417 W. Girard Ave., Phlla. 30, Fa. 9-17-lt TWO MODERN heated rooms, West Side, adults. 3151-J. 9-15-3t-T PULLETS, 4 months old, Barred Rocks, Barred Crosses, N. H. Reda. Beautifully developed. Bloodiest- ed- $1.50 each. 5 Monti: Old, be- .glnning-to-lay $1.75 each; 12 or more. Safe arrival guaranteed. U deposit with order—Balance C.O.D. Glen Oak Poultry Farms, Box 1388-R, Trenton, N. J. 9-17-lt TWO ROOMS. 316 Harrison St. 9-17-3t-T 21—Apartments TWO, THREE or five rooms furnished, or'unfurnished, Hyndman. Will decorate to suit tenant. Phone 3658. 9-15-3t-N 13—Coal For Sato J. RJLEY best WB veto coal. Phone 4167. 8-6-U-T WAKEMAN COAL, big vein stoker. Phone 4024-F-14. and 7-9-tf-N JOE JOHN'S coal. Fhon* 1634. 3-3-tf-T In loving memory of our lather, Jerom / Brelghner, who died 3 ytari igo, Scp : I IS, 19<1- ei lie and Swett md Dear old Dud, oin. 1 r^y think we are not lonely When times they sec us sn.ile. u> llitle do they know the heartaches Tr.a: we suffer all the while. CK. family circle It broken And the voice we lore is 3'1". Tfpv.r p!«« 1* vacant in our hearu , No one can ever fill. yn are sone but not forgotten Nrvrr shull your memory iade, i!! our thoughts will alvavt llnsor Aiound the grave where you arc Uld. HIS DAUGHTERS. 9-16-lt-TN BIG VEIN AND STOKER ROBINETTE COAL CO. PHONE 3205 18 South Liberty St. . JOHN O. — lu loving icmtmbr»ncc or my lather. John O. Roby, «ho dr- P^urd this ll!e one year ago today, September 17, 1043. A place is vacant In my hrurt vhicli never can on Jilted. Sadly Missed, DOLORES ROB* THOMPSON 9-17-lt 1 —Automotive 3J38 BUICK special 4-door sedan, good tires, A-l mechanically. 807 N. Mechanic. Phone 2227. 9-15-2 t-T GOOD LTJMPY coal. Phone 2105. 6-2-tt-N SOMERSET COAL. Phone 2666-J. Campbell 7-17-3mo-N BIG VEIN WETZKL COAL CO STOKER PHONE 818 DOUBLE WASHED, screened stoker coal. Best big vein. Greenpoin' Coal Yard. Phone 3698-R, or 4167. 8-17-3U-T GUARANTEED GOOD LUMPY coal. Phone 802-P-15. 8-31-3H-N CALORIC coal for heat circulators Phone 3220. 9-17-3U-T RUN OF MINE coal and stoker Phone 3220. 9-17-3 H-T 15—Electric Work, Fixture* PRACTICALLY NEW 8 yard dump bed. 18 S. Liberty, Plione 3205. 9-16-2t-T 1941 PRESIDENT Studebaker4-door ^ ^i^^u^j CU^+^Ir • f« sedan, like new. HRrtrnan Garage^Cumberland tlectrif Lo. Factory Service Bendix Kelvinator General Electric CENTRALLY locatod, immediate possession. Apply Oscar Feldstein, 147 Bedford St. 9-13-3t-N eod 22—Furnished Room* LARGE sleeping room for two men meals optional. Also small apartment. 3554-R. 9-6-tf-T SLEEPING ROOM. Drive. 605 Hilltop 9-8-tf-N MODERN BEDROOM, gentleman Phone 1223-M. 9-11-tf-T BEDROOM, kitchen, adults, 206 Oak St. bath, heat 9-11-tf-T MODERN bedroom, lady, 204 Ful ton. 9-14-tf-N BEDROOM and kitchen, nicely fur nished. 93 Henderson Ave. 9-15-3fc-1 ROOMS for permanent guests Mau-yland Hotel. 9-16-3t-ls 26—Foi S«l« EVERGREENS, we plnnt them. H. H. Dolan &; Son, 871 Maryland Ave. Flione 3349-M. 32—Help Want«4—F«m*U 37—MiiMcai lnmum«*t« 147—Real Eitat* for Sal* WOMAN to help In smiill veslaur- ' ant. 826 N. Mechanic SI. 9-!2-6t-N| GENERAL housework. Live in, room: with private bath. . $12 week.] 1025 Braddock Road. a-13-5t-N! !47—Real Estate For $«!• Join ihe School Bond 172 ACRES, 4 miles south of HOUSEKEEPER, good wages, permanent home. Times-News. Write Box 275-B. 9-M-31-T WANTED — Experienced, waitresses. Good wages. Apply Eatwcll Grill. Phone 449. 9-lS-3t-N KITCHEN HELP wanted for night work. Apply at once, State Res- 9-HS-2i-SajSaj taurant, 48 N. Centre St. and Orchestra with instruments from The Music Shop 5-7 S. Liberty St. Plione 3230 38—Lost and Found LOST — Blue silk laiibrcllu. ted handle. Phone 2087-W or write Box 277-B, c; ; o Times-News. Reward. • 9-15-31-N 50 HITC.S beuiini! api>le oivhiuci, 8 room house, packing liou.«r, i'OOO bushrl itot'Hgc. F H. <Jnic()cr, General Delivery. Ki'yscr. W. Va. 9-1G-31-N FIVE ROOM cottage, hardwood Uoois. w.itcr, oiortric tn tioiisr; iiixl ;i laryt' new buiUliiig found Iv iiM-d H.S nliiht club, Jullj" equipped lor club. 3'^ ucrcs ground. Locnt.- rd on Old I-'unirtce Rftiri. \V. V.v. AH ioi- $iiOO. Phone 104a. 3-H-6I-N HOUSE will) Btmifjf. tleirtrit. well at door, lot 100x140. 3'i niili'a Jroiii cli>. VuJlcy Hoad. Plionr 179 ACRE FAUM. Vvoust. barn, ovu- 1048-R. y-lli-3t-T! building;,, miming \\itter, one rmio north ot Hyiulmau, Koine 9K. •Wlliluin Uir.u-i. 9-li-3t-N FOR SALE ur triuie, 200 ncrca young, limber land, 1G iniloh from Cumberland, 300 fl. Iroin Uhl High- vvny. Will undo for city property or '.sell lor $1000. Write nil particulars in first IftU-r. Box 278-13, VALUABLE bilck 8-rootn cUmU-.x, lu'Ht. two bath*-, parnnes, 22S naUiinoie Avo. PrUr S6ROO. Apply 28 N. Ubertv. 0-14-31-T REGISTERED Hereford bull, fine herd grade cattle; hogs, shoats; farm horses; aged cider vinegar. Ruth Clauson, Hazen Hoaci, 4033- P-31. 9-16-3t-N 9-15-3UN HOUSEKEEPER wanted, 2 in fpm- ily. Write Box 269-B % Tirnes- Ncwi. B-16-31-N HEATROLA, five-room size, perfect condition, S50, 118 Seymour St. j 9-16-2t-T VICTROLA, davenport, two spirit levels and stone mason tools. Philip Miller, LaVale. 8-16-2t-T CHRISTMAS CARDS. Amazing 25 for $1 Your profit 50c. Deluxe 21 for SI box. Scud for sample and selling plan on approval. Merit 1 Clinton St.. Dept. 129-J, Newark, 2 N. J. 9-17-H LOST one Jersey cow. Reward. Don II. Riffle, Route 1, Hidyelcy. 9-1G-31-N 30 ONE-YEAR-OLD iiuiis, oOw laying, $35; !i h.p. motor; utility cabinet; miscellaneous household furniture; near Acme service Station, Williams Road, Ballon. 8-17-lt HOG WORM powder. Effective, convenient, and inexpensive. Liquid hog tonic. Appetizer and conditioner. Pet Shop, N. Centre Bt. 9-17-H TREE-RIPENED peaches ready this week. Also good, apple butter apples. Bring containers if possible. Iron's Mountain Orchard, 5 miles out Williams Road. Phone -J004-F-21, Consolidated Orchard Co. 9-17-lwk-T EVERGREEN shrubbery. J. E~. Strong, Williams Road. | 9-n-lwt-T FREE BOARD and room in LnVale home for companionship and light housework, after work or school, with salary if idle during day. Phone 3470-R. 9-17-31-T WOMAN pastry cook and .salad, woman cooks helper, two waitresses. Apply Maryland Hotel. 9-17-3t-T 33—Help Wonted, Mai* All Worker* Subject to Priority Rcltrrnl Must Bt Rcitrrtd bj th» O. B. Employment Service. LARGE HEATROLA. will heat six rooms. Phone 2046-M. 9-17-3C-T TWO HOUSEKEEPING rooms. Po-| tomac Park near Celanese. Plione 421-M. 9-16-lwk-N BABY BED, 301 Columbia St. HOUSEKEEPING room, ford St. 126 Bed- 9-17-3t-T BEDROOM, private home, privileges and garage. Write Box 279- B, <;;, Times-News. 9-17-H-T 23—Unfurnished Rooms TWO UNFURNISHED Phone 2536-WX. rooms. 9-17-Dt-T 24—Houses For Rent NICE 3-room cottage, electric, water to sink, garden and barn; $20. Prefer small family with cow. Ten minutes drive from Baltimore St. Times-News. Write Box- 274-B 9-14-tf-N 28-A—Florists Funeral Flowers RenRoy Gardens La Vale Phone 3980-W Funeral iFlowers 29—Furniture, Stovw USED PURNITURE. 317 Virginia. iFOUR ROOM bungalow, North STOVE HEADQUARTERS for over Needed By Cumberland War Industry Manufacturing truck tires Tht molt critical wot material produced in Mi arto TIRE BUILDERS MILL OPERATORS HEATER MEN TIRE REPAIRMEN UNSKILLED LABOR Wo experi'ence requ/reo 1 — . . training under competent imtruciori Mlllenson's,! i-6-tt-TJ Good Pay—48 Hour Work Week RIDGELEY Initials B.E.P. 3144-M. school class ring. Finder plenbu call ', 9-15-44 Times-News 9-16-31-T „..,_, p,-)/-)^, 7 ,! nere.-. Jacob Miillonlx, Willtnmr- Rond near 'IViggtowti. 9-18-31-K LOST: Pocketbook contiunlng car<ls; and money. Reward. Raymond i Le.ster Foreman. 607 N. Centre | St., City. 9-16-21-T BLACK LEATHER, Murphy's, Mabel Markovitz. Route. 2, Williams Road. Reward. 9-17-Sl-T LOTS—PARK HEIGHTS L—at-NjInvi-Atlgat* and you will find tlmt! : Ka . a rf j Park Helght-s is favored with the', following: Heftlthful. cleun, quiet,j cool nnd .scenic: one bu- lure,! b . uh S2m Q ^ ^ ]17 R near bu.s waiting station; HIM iji-pviv si JJST i.i'\. i '" > i.' Y ' established, le.itrloteu toinniunlty' ' ...• \ .'.. ;. ."..'„"..* oJ fine hoiiuvi. Neur school, no LOTS. 35xl2S. Vo\> can hiivi- your city tuxe.i. no extra clmiRr lor choirr lour i.lreet.s cm Jnhiuni! improvemeiiUs that lire now In.i llf-!j:lit.«. SD.'iO r-;ich. Phono 21. PIIITS arc so low tluil you run 0-17-U-T iiCI'ord out' Hue! one-hall or uvo lot*. Pi-ice S3SO per lot. Two lots, S25 ol'l. Buchanan Luintn-r Co. Phone 2921. 3-16-U-T: LOST—"A" gas book. Klhcl Flunni- gan. 9-17-2t-Su-Mo LOST—Martin's box in Murphy's or McCror-y's. 237 Columbia St. Phone 2116. Reward. 3-I7-21-T LOST—A and B Rnsoline ration books. WllliRm L. Dniley, 170 Muln St., Rldgcley. 0-17-31-T 39—Miscellaneous REFRIGERATION, washer, repairs. General Repair Shop, 43 Henderson Ave. Phone 3B78-R. 4-7-H-N BLOCK LAYING, cement work, W. A, McKluney, 148 Bedford St. Phone 3013-W, 3485. 1-28-tt-T ANNAN, Real Liberty St. 3457. SKIING & HUNTING LODGE 172 Miles From Ballimore Maryland (Western) County—Gar ret t Price $2600 297 A. KUlilT FARM—¥4,000 Bedford <*iy. turgiUn; GO a.. Ullnblr, 75 pasture, 16u woodland, BOO fmu _i trees; 8-rooin bungnlow with C!PC ; 117 S.,b,Hni J.OxOO, double yiiiaKf, ponllr 9-6-3H-T'l<uiiM>. 'JOfl hen fiipiK-lly, other blds.v: Uixr.-. $42. Write aboiil- MdK BF. WKSTS FARM AOKNCY. Jiv- x C. Ollson Rnp., R.D. No. 2. I,rr1- j 1'orii l\i A.-,k lor free big Poll bni- llHUn i-utRlociiP. 9-17-ll-T !\VANT lo wMl 'ir trade. Pann r-n i proprrU n<'i\: lOM'll. Mnrtiu Ir. [ nor. Route '.!, WiVJlnms Ronrt. j 9-17-31-T | FARM*CATALOG."ii)6 Paci's IIHI- KJ'.ius - - iiiiiiiv Siat*-.s FREE. STROUT HlvALTV. 1427-A.I J.j\!ni TillP Hid i;. Plilln.10. Pa !)-17-li. 48 — Roofing, Spouting CARPENTIER repair 2042-W. «ork. Plione 8-1S-3H-T WELDING All types, Acetylene and Arc Anything • Anytime • Anyplace H. & S. Plumbing & Heating Co, BOPP'S 75 Baltimore St. Phone 2582 LOCATION: ROOFING, spouUng, sheet metal i'..: mile* olf Route 40! w ° r!; . w&rm Mr heating, air conditioning. Call Twlgg 33G2-R. 1-11-tr-N on a one mile paved road, rest of the ' road being a well-kept county road.j ___ _ ________ Blue Ridge Bus Line within 5 mile.s; Nf ;vv ROOKING, reiwlrins," paim- of the house. ! Ing rooU. Phone 30S3-W. DESCRIPTION: Five room home! Anthnrireri TlpxJfrt it, ' an d large Store rooll! iclllb IOO1U1 siutnonzea ueziers 11* n .... , , ici VAS_ & j ir — D ... <4/rco Gases and Equipment 'conversion possibilities), be-jSI Wonted lo Buy 128 Polk Street Phone 2040'tne frame clapboard, drop siding. . SUuutccl on I 1 .: acres. Properly lo- 39-A—Watch, Clock Repairs cated In New Germany, nearest town Gnmtsville. 0-13-3H-N forty years. Wiley Ford. 9-16-3t-T OLDSMOBILE 1936 deluxe two- door, A-l mechantcally: good rubber. 807 N. 2227 Monday. Mechanic. Phone 9-17-2t-3u-Mon PART&—8ERVICB—BOD5 SHOP Fcr All Model c»ri Spoerl's Garage N. Oeorg* St. Phone SOT Peoples Furnitui'e H. 137 Virginia AY«., Prior: ELECTRICAL Wdl... MOTOR repairing, wiring und fixtures. Queen City Electric Co., 158 Frederick St. Phono 117. 6-6-tf-H 16—Money To Loan COTTAGE, furnished, close to Cel- ancse and Ordnance Plant, $5 week. Phone 4038-F-6. 9-16-3t-N 30—Building Supplies 26—For Sole MJ»e«n«i*o*rt DRES6ED RABBITS, Phone 2983-W. delivered. ' 6-1-tf-N Car Owiaers We will pay you FULL CEILING PRICE that is allowed on your automobile. NO ONE CAN PAY YOU MORE. So -wby wast* elms anci | gas. Bring your car or call ua'and' get CASH on th6 spot. All details sttended to Tor you. Allen Schlosberg's Used Car Lot 838 North Mechanic St. Phone 4166-J ON ARTICLES op VALUE Cumberland Loan Co. N. Mechinlo St. Pbon« 607-M JOHNSON'S AUTO EXCHANGE Now Open For Business TOP CASH PRICES PAID FOR YOUR CAR Maytag Paris & Service Wringer Rolls, All Makes DLES APPLIANCE k SERVICE 31 N. Mechanic St. Phone 848 SMART FORM foundations, surgical belts. S6.95. Phone 2026 aftcr- noons, 2-5. 9-11-tr-T An Maka or Model 807 N, Mechanic St. Phone 2227 or 222 ABSOLUTE COVERAGE ot this whole city and surrounding terri fory brings a vnat classified «udt mc« from nil walks of life. Some one or Uirwt man; people w»nls y<m h*t* to offer. DO YOU NEED MONEY? HAROLD'S vill loan you more than you can se:ur< elsewheri on anjr articlg of valui. Quick, confidential loans made on wotchci, rings, diamonds, gum, lu|- gage, cameras and radial. It will pay you to visit HAROLD'S before you place your valuable property ai security for a loan. Large stock of unredeemed merchandise for sale at !i original coit. "HAROLD'S" Jewelers S, Pawnbrokers Corner N. Mechanic A Baltimore Sts. In Cumberland .. REGISTERED puppies, Cocker and Springer spaniels. Harold Meek, j Vale Summit, Md. Phone Frost- important Announcement YOU MAY BUY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL NOW. Under Government Directive No. 8-A to Order L-335, we'are permitted, to sell one third of our stock of lumber and building supplies if delivered not later than December | 31, 1944. Tins material may be used for any Earn $33 to $42 Per Week While you Learn Write or Apply to KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRE COMPANY or U. S. Err.pioyment Service Cumber iand, Md. attUy. Buy Oiftt Jewelry - Warch Repairs Gifts and Loans J. NEWCOMER 215 Virginia Ave. mile.*, uvny. " it Attttt to Kit (Spring 400 feet Ivom liousc. Borne ct "Ncacintrt." . niuc white pine and hemlock Ueos LET ONE CALL SELL IT ALL ! on premUe.s. Bulk of acreage In vir- !gin state, lliere is no pluinhinK- ! Roof composition in good shape. No j electric; however, ft i-nrbirie G^| HrGHES T caMi prices p^id lor CCXK! \Vc ytay caih for v\scd turnlturr. nnri appliances. L^t us give you nn CEU- IllttlC. Prices Furniture Exchange TO N. Centre St. Phone 2733-W 40—Metol Weotherstripping plant is within thr house. Furnace new, hot air. COR! ' approximately I $2.50 per ton 1 . u--r<l tiimlturc. Homo Furnishing Corp. US BcdJord Si. Phono- 3H41-R. R-G-tf-T "Wf DffY TH£ ELtMENTS" [T,xc. S20. I Situated in Rood depr hvmling roim- 41—Moving, Storage SCHOOL BUS driver to drive bus from Jess Cook's Service Station, Dawson. to Westernport. Plione McCoole 8313. 9-13-4t-T burg, 807-P-23. 9-2-tt-N DO YOU KNOW thac we handle everything In the notion line? Singer Sewing Machine Co. 6-26-tf-T WANTED: School boys with bicycles. IB years or older 3 p. m. to 10 p. m., 40c hour, allowance for purpose. We have one of me largest | i> ike Western Union. 9-14-tf-N stocks in Maryland. Orders will bci promptly delivered. i BUCHANAN LUMBER CO. ! sin N. CT:NTT?F ST. PHONB mo' OPPORTUNITY— One of the largest Eastern Life Insurance Companies is looking for a man for special sales work, in Cumberland FARM EQUIPMENT • i Cletrac agricultural tractors are I available. Let us help you make i j application before quota is ex-! Ihausted. j JSTEINLA MOTOR COMPANY; 218 S. Mechanic Phone 2550' ASPHALT ROOFING, 1 ply 98c; 2 ply, $135; 3 ply, S1.85. Liberty Hardware, Phone 550. Q-15-tf-T RADIOS bought, sold. Phone 1600. 9-5-3U-T FURNITURE bargiuiis, stoves, fixtures, glass booths, etc. Selling oui. 72 N. Mechanic. 9-2-3U-T NEW and used furniture. Very reasonable price. 107 N. Centre. S-2S-3U-T Best-Of-AU ROLL ROOFING We Have a Type For Every Roof 1C tO T/2C Per Square Foot Storm Sash from $3.1 8 up' Sears Roebuck & Co 179 Baltimore St. — Phone 2432 Cumberland, Md. EVERGREENS — Savage Garden Nursery. Phone Mt. Savage 3376, or Cumberland 2170-J. 9-1-3U-T SPENCER SUPPORTS, individually designed. Phone 3822-M. AllcU Allamong Luchs. 9-1-tf-N JEWELERS PAWN BROKERS Quick Confidential Loom on All Article! of Value HEADQUARTERS FOR DIAMONM Larg» Stock of Unredeemed Pledge* for Salt Including WATCHES • JfWfLRY GUNS • L U G G AC I HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD OOU3 Open Week-days to 6 P. M. ; . , M _ , _ . . ... „ _ ., , Army and Navy Goods Saturday until 9 P. M. : , 3 N . ctntr. si. o P = n 33 Battimare St. Ph.onn 3770 Snve money by buying your boys school i Clothes at iho Huh. Boys school iwcat- j cr». I1.9& to 42.95. Boys' school tong ! pants, S2.0fl. Boyi r ehlrts mnd xhortK, ;MC each. Boyj' all wool mackinaw*. •S0.95. Boys' reversible coats, $10.Q5. Boys' '.srhorvl shirt*. $1.79. Boys' school oxfords land clodhoppers that will stnnd tlie wear I lor school, measnrrd to fit your fs«. '$2.98 to Si.95. Boys' corduroy Ions 'pan's, S3.9B. ' Boys' rnincoat, hats to i match, 55-38. THE HUB POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Peck, 15lbs, 59c DEFIANCE U^ATHERSTRIP CO.'try. Lake within 300 feet of UK- Frederick C. Haas. Phone 20«3. • house. 'New Germany Lake). Prop- JOHN APPEL transfer, local »nd Jong distance moving. Grerran Lines, Inc. AgenU for Scrap Iron, Metals WANTED HIGHEST PRICES Beerman Auto Wreckers Slnle Park). Good skiing within walking distance of the Menclnw Mountain! ;I53 Wlneow SL Phone :FURNITURE, ttovts. Household np- p!inni:cf. Higlu-sl cnj>h prices. Phcnio 41B7. Allepmiv I'm nitiin- .Sioio, fi2C Virginift AVP. 9-1-tf-M MOVING TO and from Baltimore. Phone 388. 6-lS-tf-T 42- — Pointing, Poperhangtng thr liousc. Cjoori skating. ^ in the winter, cxcellont fhhing In sFAVllTc; M AC I ffNES~\vilT T'Txy lip the summer. to s:!.'' for ijnipcr Drnphr^i,! ms- i-i-.isii-v nnd iiji lo S100 fai JSIr.Rcr Kli:ciui:s. Sinp*-v Sewing Ccutn. Ti N. Centre St. Opposite Cliv PAPERHANGINQ, JOa Phone 3670. iiu-Iudcd in iho sale. Owner will soil, however, fur-', nishing. 1 : to prospective buyer. | 4 1" tf N:^' 1400 nas wnnderful pof-sibihlies- tin • .a rlub Mto or hiinunv: ladge. WANTI : 'D— -1 ]v up. Kc5ttr,;i';\nt, INSIDE AND cu^ide parting noori aLso „,, , )c ,^ cfl fo] . „ g( ,, lrnil SU)1T . and vicinity. To the qualified pAiKJTFR YTiNTRArTDP man a remarkable opportunity isj r A\"N I CK-i_^IN I KMV- I kJK open immediately. V/ith millions! Interior and Exterior ot dollars ot insurance in force i in Cumberland and vicinity, they! I I OYD P AAAlllf have many sure-fire leads to give' LLV- ' ' U R> "«'**"' IV you for Immediate earnings. |34 Greene St. Cumberland, Md. Phone 1855-M Tliere never was a better time to n , n . ... ~ get in tliis business for yourself. :__ J-m-iv.^-i sending and reflnishing. Phone, 2480-M. 3-U-t!-H | DIRECTIONS: T:ikt» Route 40 lo ; jHardcsty's tTYhir.s Jnn' oni' mile "STORK 43— Personals ibefnre Grnm-svillp.. p'nliow road ripht; nu;\ne in lo Ihc lako. ' 1745. ' Tell us about yoiu-self in your first 4$ — Radios, Service ! letter, which will Be strictly con-! fldcntinl. Box 276-B, % Cmnber-| land Times-News 9-H-3t-T : WENTLINGS, pick-up and delivery BARBER, Afechanlc. immedialelv. 4a N. fl.-H-3t-T Phone 1600, 114 Henry St. g-12-twk-Ni PHunr or \\:\\? Mr. Carl Juelg 306 Morris Bldg. Baltimore, 1, Md. Lexington 6054 or Sec Your Local Broker GENERAL BROKERAGE, INC., Realtors 9-n-it nl'iicheri. Ti]iio.<.-Nc lorntior, '.MI!' Writ* np.rl 'WILL BI'V .-inrh- or {ioii!,]' : ho::r>-. Wrrr p. O. Box "1, O!v HATIITI.'H in 327C. Plir>!:c O! D H'AUIO.S. ffi: par!-. •Jl.n-R. a-lS-:ti-i-. WANTKD TO BUY or renl, mwir-,".- lioitu- in I2LXKJ I'ostfienllal sct'tio;. \V:iU' P <) Hox TJH. P-lS-3l-'i •SMALL I'innri 1 i>r Jolntrr. Writ' P. O. Box IM. Wiley Ford. \V. V;i. WANTED: Men to handle lumber. Apply to The Buchanan Lumber Co., 549 N. Centre St., 47—Real Estate For Sal* Shipping Clerk, wanted. Tri-State Paper Co. n-I7-3t-T i FIVE-ROOM and b.nh, laiRc lo!. modem white slncco. Second house past saw mill. Valley ro;iri 34—Salesmen Wanted SALESMAN WANTED 100 Pound Sack . . .$3.89 novelty manufacturer lias I Maryland open. Old r-.stubli.shrd f~\~;*^, in IU Onions 10-lb. >4 c- . . .4ic 6—Money To Lean MONEY TO LOAN Interest 5% per Year McKAlG'S B ARREt£, 48 gallon, $3 each. Coca Cola Bottling Works, 312 dreene St. • 9-8-2whfi-N INDIRECT overhead lighting fixtures. Phone -J600. 0-9-tf-N SCOTTISH Penrl Barley se«d, filso Thornc Wheat-. Bane Bros., Burlington, W. Va, 9-9-2\yka-T lui vVilliams St phone a«2 i APPLES, tomotoes ready. Harvey Cook, Ellcrslie, Md. 9-M-Iwk-N 17—For tent ELECTRIC sewing machlnM by the month. Fhon« 334, Singer Sewing Machine Co. 7-37- tf-T Sleeping rooms, day, week, or month. Clean rooms, new marm 6r ement. Walton Hotel, 202 Baltimore Ave. 9-ia-aot-w TWO furnished rooms, one storage room for rent. Apply 414 Curr.JjeiSa-,ii St. S-1S 2t-K ujLjn.iv Drt'i'i'jsixx anmyzcf, ajmr!.- mctit gns cooking stove, DC io AC convener, hot wntcr lank healer, gas heating stoves, electric razor,- baby stroller, vacuum sweeper, steamer trunk, new Opal rinfr, Hni.-wi TvrUt wateh, nurse's wateli, Mblo top gas *f,ov Norm an Dec. 9-ll-lwk-T CIUER madfi Saturdays. Lancaster's, LftVale. 9-I2-5t-T GENUINE skunk jacket, size 14. All T,-osl b:-,;c sport Phone 4330-R. coat, 9-15-3UN BUFFET, table, other articles, 408 Piirk St. D-15-tt-N IP YOD OPERATE a small business of your trm of cour.,0 you can't afford » full page xprcad but you cnn afford a cla-s-slficd nd. Monthly and contract rotes nre exceptionally low. Cftll today and nsk for our representative to come snd explain how you con gel the mo.,t in RdvcrLlsIng for your. HEDGE TOR sale, U2l Jluniblrrt JSt. money. t g-ia-lwk-N Fruits and Vegetables HAGER'S Dependable Quality 832 N. Mechanic St. business. Weekly advances agalnsl enrrcri commbw ^ ns . A ir-mnii reply giving full information to Knnper- Thomas Co., Cincinnati 12. Ohio. 9-17-2t-Sun 31—Help Wanted APPLE PICKERS wanted, bushels of large apples DBSIRABLK LOTS. Ensy Popp Realty E.tchanse. WINTER Will Soon Be Here Watilcd lo Bnv. hon.T in Root! Phone 3349-R. Wni;lc<1 to Buy. Al/.r ca.^ r»:ip*;. SuiRle or r^sidpntial P-17-31-T Smnll aparsrne:'.:. Phone 7!n~W, S-l7-3t-T 9-2-3H-Tjtx!ow is the iime to realize 1he SKCOND-HANn wn.'liinf; nuicliln.- Wvl'.f Do\ 2flO-B. '.. Tinvs-Npv.' NEW MODERN six room semi- bungalow, Applv Fairgo Inn. 9-15-31-N Salo.sman for either fnrm or industrial trade by established oulsUnd- IriR manufacturer uf roof Maintenance product—No priority: needed. A staple with nil best selling features of a specially. A money-saving product. No investment. Full time men placing over 10,000 gallons annually. Material guaranteed and sold on 60 days terms direct to biiildhiR owners. Our customers include many best known flrm.s in America. This offer for local and nearby district. Requirements—Sales experience and good reference. The American Oil & Paint Co., 9S1S Harvard Ave., FORT PENDLETON winter comfort you hove anno CABINKT "V"" drain ipoted and security yiu wont: for your family. BUY A HOME Plionr 2473-W. iSINOljB ur finublp .Si^ilr fill! p«Jl B-17-Si-T nnri 80,000 to be harvested. Come on your days off. Make from $G to S12 per day. Gorwl camp, excellent loorl for those who wish board. Phone[ 4I113-F-12 from H to 10 fl. m. or j WANTED—3 mw over t*~<~~" from 7 lo 0 p. m. Consolidated Orchard Co., Spring Oap. Md. •After all, the rent money yoi./; 53 — Wanted To Rent arc now paying may cover your 1 • , • . :T\VO FTTRNlRHf-.T) apnrUnf.m.1, j mortgage, prinapo!, interest, „:• th.™ roorm. in rt!r<- vlnn : taxes and water expenses. Eight Miles Out of Oakland, i-CUPS' OctolK-r lionc 3236. 3.S or jWe will be glad 'o show you ; |ony of (he homes listed Isclow. Md. — Garrett County, near Gorman on Route 50 .~ ,. •* *x s-> i r t 2/5 Miles From Baltimore (Call or write Mr. Carl Juclg 54 — Situatiant Wanted Price $8,250 in 38 ncrea; 1R seres tillahlp. 20 acres Lex. 6054, 306 Morrix' see >*>" r LOCAL phr>nt i R(n _ M . 3-n-rT-K Evening nml Sunday Tirnr* V.EEKI.V SUBflCniPTTON HATE3 BY 9-17-lt timbrr. APPLE PICKERS Picking By Bushel Stripping Trees Make $6 to $12 Per Day Apples large and trees very full. Camp for those who wish board. Free moving pictures at camp each week. Part-time workers and men with days off may make good money and FIVE USED machines, ns Rood us help save crop on our 235 acre new. onn new electric:. Smeerjnrchnrd nenr Pinto. Srwm? Machine Co., 77 N. Control Comc lo orchard pr cnll 40 06-F-23- for Rnwlelgh. Route,-, in Climber-! nnri balh _ Tlicro nrc a ,, 0 H hank lh?«' ^untlr^r'v^lni.;: «»rn .nd o.-h.r o,,,-^^. Large organlration. Good ProflU iiicrn In a pood gr-'ric Frocporl. cnal lo trilling workers. Sloady work. Write RawlelRli's. Drpt. MBI-33- 113. Ctv.ilrr, Prnn. 3-17-H 36—Instruction* TEACHER of piano. Mary Louise Snydcr, 38 Greene St. Phone 4S22. 9-13-3U-N 37—Musical Instrument* THE VIOLIN SHOP—repairs, bow hairing. Ill Bedford St. 11-14-tf-flundnys 0-15-31-T mllo on property. Clwfi to Wrslcrn Maryland R. R and Potomac River. Tills property would iriRke a 1m rly summer homr. Cull Mr. Carl Jiu-lc nt Lcxtnslon 60S4, 300 Morr)', Bldg. or see yoxir IjOCAT, BROKER. GENERAL BROKERAGE, INC., Realtors 306 Morris BuildinQ 429. Cumberland St. 431 Cumberland St. 822 Greene St. 838 Greene St. 803 Woihington St. wrrk Kyt. only Cue; Kv*. Tlm<"l r'r Oic: Onu »-prk Kvct. Ai Sun. Jte r ftun. «-s prr copy n-c. MAIL .'^ihRCrlplinnB P«>»hU tn Ad?n .itt»nr^» Bh'-.iilrt Rft Bfnt by 'r. Chrci nr HfBUlrtfd Mill ancon.l Third «n<5 Ponrtli The owner of says to sell ot once. "?!;* month ETI. e*nl7 8flr.; R\i tno». C^ •• >nl» <&.«": Or.» yeir Tv«. only t10,W; Or-.« »e,p nrnnprt ip^' rnnr.ih B'.m. nnly <0c: On* wo. Evn. iV ' S ' P r °P enleS |Riin. si.», HIT mo, TTv.. * Km. JT.JP; S3.40. This rnoy be the opportunity J*ntn. sin), s«T«nih m to satisfy that hurninn urnc tn.r For Snlr —Mnrrrnn Inctory rrcon-; D , . ,, , «-. pHonc.Bollimore, Md. own your own home. GENERAL BROKERAGE, INC., Realtors 306 Mc-.m 1 ., BuiWmg only »1.30; On« jre»r Ev*. enlr »l«.«fl: Onu /no. Hun. only 43o: Orta ma. E?*. &t Qun. Sl.flS; Glx mo. Ti e. A; Bun. 1C.DO: Onf yrar Kir. to Sun. tlB.iio; Hli mo Ban, 1270. 8«rv]ce Men's rile itny plnce 1n tlie T^orU. rtnlly. srw mo. Si 1 .!} Ana SsniJij tl.Il m». I dltlonwl Trumpet Anri wwr S781-J, fl-lT-3t-Tl Lex. 6054 Baltimore, Md. o-n-itl Lex. e n i u-i <-j Hie Kvrntnff Tln:^» nnd Sunday Timei 4»"!»:*• nn finrnrlai rerpon<lblhly fen typ»- :ui;i|)frnl rnnr? in pd*rrlf*rn«'nti. hin "--ill t I hft Ljpop.ri»0htci* fifor rtrt-un. : *uy *rrof whJch m*r

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