Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on September 24, 1944 · Page 19
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•UNDAY TIMES,CUMBERLAND, MD., SttNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1»44 NINETEEN Kight Funeral S«rvic« • Phone 1454 Klght Funeral Horn* 3«»-3U D*e«tiir St. Spoerl'$ Garage ' Used Cars Bought and Sold STOftAGC ft SftVICi THE M-G-K MOTOR CO s«. TWO, thTM'lnd room •partDMBtt, &IM rooin* by the w*ak or Boulevard Apartment*. tour TIRES RECAPPED And Repaired* New and Tires, ooodrieh Silvertoww Stores. 113 8. Centre. Phone 111. i. ' 10-lt-tf-T ~~SERVKT* Phon* 3744 4-13-U-T TWO ROOMS, yWgkUfre, *Mnk. CloM to K>Uy. AdulU only. 166 Springfield Boulevard.' . a-22-Slt-T SHALL apartment. Apply 338 Arch St.' . 9-23-2t-T 303 FIFTH ST., three, rooms, modern, »7 week, Glenn Watson. ...... . :9-23-tf-T THREE-ROOM apartment, f ur- nl«hed, with b»lh. Apply 213 W. Second St. fl-24-lt A»<irtm«iiti THJU3C ROOM* one J«" and one *lde-w»lk biejfde. Phone 1934 PORD dump, r*eoodlUoa«<J; combination radio; SI io*l Buiov» watch: 22 *p«cl«i with -«helU. R. A, McCauley, Hh St., D*vla, W. Va. t-ffl-at-T OAK btdroom suite, dining room guiU, 6-piece H vine room suite, •oone odd pieces. Apply Uoiidty at 4:30 p, m. M8 N. Centre fit. . -'•'•' S-24-U SOLTD black walnut kitchen extension table, four chairs to match. Solid oak tlat top desk, one drawer in center. Apply 31 Weber St., City. «-23-2t-N OVBR-arUWED chair, new slip cover; .Phone 310-R, . S-24-H PAPERHANQ1NG outfit, l»«rd, DUST BAGS for all vacuum cleaners. |1.00 to 12.50. Phone 3012-W. B-24-lWfc-T racks,' brushes. •Apartment 4. 105 Frederick St., 9-23-21-N WHITE table-top g« range. MM, H. E. Gultuk, Greensprlng, W. Va. 9-23-31-N 317 Bend«r»on Ave. 1940 FORD 4-door tr.; 1937 Bulok 4-door tc.; Iv3s PljmouUi H ton truck; 193S Plymouth 2-door 5-pa$4«Bger tr. Dingle Esso Station. . 9-14-tf-T FOR SALE: 1941 .Chevrolet IVi-ton truck. Excellent -condition, good tires. See Mrs. ^Ward Hinebaugh, Oakland T -Ma r -Phohe 111.' ——r9-21-3t--T J*35 PONTIAO SEDAN, good tires, Price *200. Phone 4000-F-21. ' 9-24-lt 1936 LINCOUf Zephyr, ' excellent tires and running condition. Priced right to icll. Apply 416 Paca «t. Sunday 10 a. «x. to 2 p. m, ' V9-23-H-T WE BUY AND SELL USID BUT NOT ABUSED CAIS •' ; Gulick's Auto Exchange »25 S. Centr* St Pbon* 48U DAYTON Bimooo Service. Wtsli- •bis. rrcUknf. 55 Henderson Ave. 8-5-tf-N 13—€0^ J. RELK7 bwt bic vein coal. Phone 4187. 8-5-U-T WAKEMAN COAL, big vein x stoker. PUon« 4024-P-14. and 7-9-tt-N JOE JOHN'S coaL Phon* 1634, 3-J-U-T BIG VEIN AND STOKER ROBINETTE COAL CO. PHONE 3205 II Smith Liberty St. POUR ROOMS, bath, heat and hot! water, adults, 11 Frederick St.' I 9-21-3t-T| MODERN healed apartment on Lee St..'; near Washington St, Reinhart's Purniture'Store. 9-22-3t-N 1835 FORD 2-door coach, A-l running condition, 4 tires good as new, terms. Three-burner oil stove, bungalow range, witrTbven. Apply at Howard St., Cresaptown, James Larson. 9-23-3t-N THREE-ROOM apartment, private bath. 818 Gephart Drive. 9-23-2t-T FOR SALE—Two leghorn hens. Bedford, Pa. Room* MODERN bedroom, lady. 2<H Pul- TWO JERSEY cows for sale. Mr«. N. M. Glime, 114 Large St., Meyersdale, Pa. 9-23-2t-T ton. 9-14-tf-N HOUSEKEEPING Phone 1952-J. rooms, Rldgeley. 9-18-lwk-T MODERN bedroom, Phon* 1223-M. lentleman. 9-22-tf-T 23—Unfurnished Roomi TWO ROOMS, heated, adults. GOOD LUMPY CO»L Phone 2106. 6-1-tl-N SOMERSET COAL. -Phone 2666-J. Campbill. 7-17-3mo-N Thompson Buick Scrric* On All Makn At Prt-War frtctt PHONI 1410 Cash For Your Car All Models Taylor Motor Co. BIG VEIN AND STOKER WETZEL COAL CO. PHONE 818 GUARANTEED GOOD LtTMFZ coal.' Phone 802-F-15^ 8-31-31t-N CALORIC coal for heat circulators. Phone 3220. 9-17-3H-T RUN OF MINE Phone 3220. coal and stoker. 9-17-31t-T DOMESTIC stoker coal, Shanholtz, 2249-R. 9-24-Blt-T 717 N. Mechanic St. Phone 395 JOHNSON'S AUTO EXCHANGE Top Cosh Prfces Paid For Your' Car ANY MAKE OR MODEL 7 M. Mechanic St. Phone 2)27 WOOD-COAL 1601-R. delivered. Phone 9-24-3U-T 15—Electrk W<wk, Fixtum 1267-M. 9-18-lwk-T TWO MODERN adults. 3151-J. rooms, heated, 9-23-3t-T LtVtl* hundred white Joseph Barclay, 9-23-St-T Funeral ( BOPP'S Mowers LIBRARY table, hall chair, vie- ?»—Fvraitur*, trola, chvomJum Lincoln St. bird cage, 708 8-23-2t-T Large unfurnished room, 702 Princeton St. 9-24-lt-T -Houses For Rent SEVEN ROOM house Call 312-M. In Eckhart. 9-23-2t-N 26—For Sol* Miscellaneous DRESSED RABBITS, Phon« 2963-W. delivered. S-l-tf-N Maytag Parts & Service Wringer Rolls, All Makes MILES APPLIANCE & SERVICE 31 N. Mechanic St. Phone 848 SMART FORM foundations, surgical belts, $655, Phone 2026 afternoons, 2-5. 9-11-U-T TAYLOR MOTOR CO. WILL PAY ..... YOU CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR Top OPA Ceiling Prices Paid Sell Your Used Car Now And Help Ui Keep War Workers In Transportation To And From Work. Factory Service Bendix Kelvinator General Electric Cumberland Electric Co. 137 Virginia Avt., Phoni 619 DO YOU KNOW that we handle everything in Uje notion • line? Singer Sewing Machine Co. 6-36-U-T POTATOES U. S. No. 1 Peck, 15lbs. 59c 100>ound Sack . . .$3.89 Onions 10-lb. bag . . ,45c Fruits and Vegetables HAGER'S Dependable Quality 832 N. Mechanic St. 31—Help Wantctf ASPHALT ROOFING, 1 ply 98c; 2 ply, *1.35; 3 ply, 11.85. .Liberty Hardware, Phone 550. ' 9-15-U-T ELECTRICAL WORK MOTOR repairing, wiring snd fixtures. Queen City Electric Co., 158 Frederick Si, Phone 117. 6-8-tf-N 9—loby Chkks PDLLETS, 4 Month Old. Barred Roclcs, Barred. Crosses, N. H. Reds. Beautifully developed. Bloodtest- ed. 41.60 each. 5.Months Old, be- ginnlng-to-lay $1.75 each; 1.3 or more. Safe arrival guaranteed. % deposit with order—Balance C,O. D. Glen Oak Poultry Farms, Box 1388-R, Trenton. N. J. 9-24-lt 16—Money To Loon an N. Mechanic Phot* DONT FAIL To Contact TH« Ltexter Before You Sell Your Used Car. W* Pay Top Dollar For All Makes and Models. EILER CHEVROLET he MB H. Mechanic M. Phen* 143 Car Owners W« will pay you FOlii OESUNQ PRICE that is allowed on your automobile. NO ONE CAN PAY YOU MORE. So wk^ wast* tlm« and gas. Bring TOUT car or call u* and B«t CASH oa the tpot. AU dtUlic atUaded to for you, Allen Schlosberg's Used Car Lot 838 North Mechanic St. Phone-41 66-J MONF'Yl ON ARTICLES i¥l\SJ. Tij J. . Qp VALCT Onr*d«ea»d Mtrtruintlli* martaln* Cumberland Loan Co. U N. MMhitnli St. NT-M CHRIST CRAFT boat, 15 H ft., 60 h. p. motor, speed 30-35 miles per hour, A-l condition. Phone Kitzmlller 281. " 8-21-lwk-T RADIOS bought, sold. Phone 1600. 9-5-3U-T FARM EQUIPMENT Cletrac agricultural tractors are available. Let us help you make application belor« quota, la tx-~ baustsd. STEINLA MOTOR COMPANY 218 S.. Mechanic Phone 2550 FURNITURR bargains, stoves, fixr tares, glass booths, etc. Selling out. 72 N. Mechanic. 9-2-31t-T NEW and used lurnlture. Very reasonable price. 107 N. Centre. a-25-31t-T EVERGREENS — Savage Garden Nursery. Phone Mt. Savage 3376, or Cumberland 2170-J. 9-l-31t-T SPENCER SUPPORTS, Individually designed. Phone 3822-M. Alleta Allamong Luchs. 9-1-tf-N YES! WE'LL BUY YOUR CAR We Need All Makes and Models 1 THE CASH IS- HERfc FOR YOU AT ONCE GET TOP CEILING .PRICE AT. ELCAR SALES Headquarters For Trading Op« D»y and Night . Opp. Po*t CXflc* PboM M4 DO YOU NEED MONEY? HAROLD'S wilt loon you more than •rtic!« s* Tales. Qnkk, confidential loans mod"* M watches, rinji, diamonds, guru, tofl- goge, eamtrai and radio*. It will pay you to visit HAROLD'S twfer* you place your raluobl* fn- Mrty a> Mcutity fb> a loan. Largt slock ef vnrtJccmed mirclM*- di»« for wl* at V4 original cost. "HAROLD'S" Jm»tta & fawnbraktn Corner N. fttechanic ti BaKimar* SiM. In CumbttlanJ The Hub Victory Center Is re«dy now -with Christmas gilts Tor tho« you lore In military service. Pine Army olflcer shirts, 43.35 to. $9.95. Enlisted men'> shirts, (3.9S to 51.05. Army socks, ]5c, 60e, and «5c. Sllpperc for the barracks, S7.S5. pocket il.OO. Cigarette cates, 11.50. Clgnr- ;ttc windproof llghttri, SI.00 to JJ.S5. Utility kits lor toilet needs, Tfry handy, 12.98. Wtllets »s «, billfold mud card taw, SI.50 to $5.95. Shot ahlne kit.. tl.OO to S5.00. Army and Navy ulecreleu «wtater», $7.95 to »3.85. Army tits, 65o to Il.OO. Kh»kl handlcerchlefs, S5c. Khaki shorts and ihlrta, TBo.fach. Overicai boxca, lOc. THE HUB Army and Navy Goods If N. C<n(r* St. Ofca CrcrlRf JEWELERS PAWN BROKERS Quick Confidential Loam on All Artie)** of V«!IM HEADQUARTERS ' FOR DL1UOHD* Largt Stock oV UnrtJttmtJ flfdptt for Soh Including VVATCHK • JEWELRY GUM 5 • LUGGAGE HIOHBST PRICES PAID FOB OLD OOLO Open Week-days to 6 P. M. Saturday until 9 P. M. 33 8aHimor» St. ffttMM 3770 INDIRECT overhead lighting fixtures. Phone 4600. 9-9-tf-N STOVE headquarters for over forty years. Coal and fax ttovcs, all prices. Relnhart'*. The People's Furniture Store. 9-19-lwk-N SCOTTISH Pearl Barley seed, also Thorn* Wheat. ' B*nc Bros., Burlington, W. Va. 9-9-2wk«-T EVERGREEN Stron?, shrubbery. J. E. Road. 9-17-lwk-T WOODEN MANTEL, 4 ft. by 6 ft., 9 Inch shelf. Phone 1968-W. 9-19-lwk-N COMBINATION gas and coal range, other household furniture, three Bumslde Frost-Killers, one H. B. battery charger. McElflsh Paint and Body Shop, Phone 804. 9-20-lwfc-T USED heatrola, good condition. 105 Offutt St. 9-21-tf-N MONEY TO LOAN Interest 5% per Year McKAlG'S 101 William. St. ELECTRIC sewing machines by the month. Phoo* 394. Singer Sewing Machin* Co. 7-27-tl-T *, day, week, or month. Ole«n rooms, new management. BoUi, XI, SHUMOft AVe. READY THIS WEEK, good apple- butter apples. Bring containers IT possible, Iron's Mountain Orchard, 5 miles out Williams ro«d. Phone 4004-F-ai, Consolidated Orchard Co. 9-2I-tf-N CALVES for sale. Plione 4006-F-3. 9-21-3t-T HOG WORM conditioner. tre street. powder, tonic, nntl Pet Shop, N. Cen- 9-22-41-N BEAUTY SHOP equipment. Phone 4019-F-21 evcnincs or Sunday. 9-22-lwk-N COCKER and Springer spaniels puppies, Champion bloodlines. Harold Meek, Vale Summit, Phone Frostburg 807-F-23. 9-22-tf-T AIRCRAFT WORKERS THE GLENN L. MARTIN COMPANY Builder of the fomous "Marauder", B-26 medium bomber; the "Mariner", Naval patrol bomber, and the "Mars", world's largest flying boat, is offering well-paying jobs in its modern aircraft assembly plant in Baltimore, Maryland. Openings in practically all types of jobs, many requiring no previous industrial experience. JOBS FOR MEN Mechanics A ceo m J2!»j"j Sheet Metal Workers Tool Makers Wood Tool Makers Carpenters Engineers WOMEN GIRL'S bicycle. Phone 2638-W. 0-24-2t-T LARGE SIZE hoatlns: stove, used one year; kitchen cabinet; dress- rr; electric cabinet r*dlo. Ne«r Acrrve Service Station, William* Road. Ballou. 9-24-lt ABSOLUTE OOVKRAQE oi UiU whoto dty tad (urrpundlhg tcrrl- to«7 brlno • VMt o*wlA«d »udi- enc« from all walks of life. Som;- «f the** many people wants you. b»M Trainees Riveters Sheet Metal Workers A representative of the Glenn L. Martin Company will be at the UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING on September 25 to September 30 to hire qualified applicants and to discuss the many interesting and well- paying jobs that arc open. Adequate housing facilities available. ALL APPLICANTS MUST COMPLY WITH WAR MANPOWER REGULATIONS STOVE Beall. HOftBB, te? |»)dloc t nui- et and gentle.' Phone 4JM-R. . •-21-U Funeral Flowers RcnRoy Gardens Pilot* 3MO-W 75 laltimort St. Pfcon* 2512 USED FURNITURE. 317 Virginia. . MUlenson 1 *, H-tf-T DOORS repaired. 208 9-20-Iwfc-N N**dedBy Cumberland War industry Manufacturing truck tires fk* moil critical w«r mtttrtut' fttductd in • Mi •*•• TIRE BUILDERS MILL OPERATORS HEATER MEN TIRE REPAIRMEN UNSKILLED LABOR No experience requital — training under compcltnt initriKtcfi Good Pay—48 Hour Work - Week Earn $33 to $42 Per Week While you Learn STORM SASH In these fine f*!l dtys prepare for -he wsvere weather that i* coming PRICE — $2.30 to $4.38 BUCHANAN LUMBER CO. <» N. CSNTRE BT. PHONE 1270 Btst-Of-All ROLL ROOFING We Hove a Type For Every Root 1C tO 2I/2C Per Squire Foot Storm Sash from 53,18 up Sears Roebuck & Co 118 Baltimore St. — Phon« 243: Cumberland, Md. 31—Help Wanted APPLE PICKERS Wanted 80,000 Bu. Large Apples to be harvested. Come on your days off. Make from *6 to *12 day. Good camp, excellent food for regu ar boarders. Phone 4013-F-12 from 8 to 10 a. m or from 7 to 9 p. m. CONSOLIDATED ORCHARD COMPANY Spring Gap. Md. APPLE PICKERS. Phone 3060 fo details. Transportation furnishec to and from orchard* dally. 9-21-St-l* COLLECTOR and solicitor by old established insurance companj Salary and commission, good opportunity for advancement, posi Hon permanent. Wrll* Box 281-B % Times-News. 9-18-lwk-T 32—Help Wented—FMM!« WANTED—Maid for housework, light laundry, and help care fo baby. References required. Gooc wages. Glen, SIS Washington St Phone 3642-J. 8-19-W-l. EXPERIENCED beauty operator • Apply Peerless Beauty Shop, 11 Baltimore St. Don't phon«. 9-18-lwk-T GIRL for light housekeeping, car child 2-years-old. Phone 1757-" WAITRESS. Apply Maryland Hote 9-22-3t- r WOMAN lor cleaning, steady posS tlon. Apply Manager, Libert Theatre. 9-23-3t-> WOMAN to help with light house work. Room, board if deslrsc. -Phone 20S1-W. 9-23-2UJ* WOMAN, one day week, tlirce JK: ults. Phone 4211-W. 9-24-2t-' Wanted EXPERIENCED SALESLADY in Jewelry Stort> Permanent Position Excellent Salary Box 293-B c/o Times-New All Replies Confidential 9-24-21-T v^^'^VvMB <34 —S«Utm*n -' •' J •>*! WANTED—Mttij'or woman for profitable Rawleigh Route m Cumberland. Mineral and North Hampshire Counties, West 'Virginia. Must be satisfied .with good living at start, Write-RaVklgh's, Dept, MDI-33-101, Chester, Pa. 9-24-H SALESMAN WANTED Largest novelty manufacturer has Maryland open, Old established bushiest. Weekly advances against turned commissions. Air-mail reply giving full Information to Kcmper- Thomas Co., Cincinnati 12, Ohio. / B-17-2t-Sun 3£—initructtona DESIRABLE LOTS. Bwy term*. Popp Realty Exchange. "I*. OPIE ANNAN, Real Estate. 117 S. Liberty St. 3451. 9-6-3H-T NEW modern building. Store room, ware room, garage and barber shop on first floor; two apartments on second floor. Apply E. L. Perry, 1000 Old town Rcmd. FOUR-ROOM house, running water, three acres ground, $1,200. W. H. Harmon, Ml; Savage Road. 9-21-1 wk-N —Y/frte-tar-Appty-to" KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRE COMPANY or U. S. Emptoyment Service Cumberiond, Md. tVANTED—Experienced hay buyer, single man preferred, with cor to travel Maryland and Pennsylvania buying hay in carload lots from dealers. State what experience you have had buying hay In wholesale way. Give age, names past employers. Address reply P. O. Box 2248, Raleigh. N. C. 9-20-lvk-N TEACHER of piano. Mary Louise Snyder, 38 Greene St. i-hono 4522.) ' 9-13-3 Jt-Nj FOR BALLROOF dancing, call Lee Winter Studio., U78-J. WMU-H | 125-ACRE dairy -farm, stock, equipment and crops, mostly level land with stream through the fann iu beautiful Bedford Valley, good house find barn. Price $9000.00. RuJu.s H, Hammer. Real Estate Broker. Bedford, Pa. 0-21-3t-T ~ ** n 'H Important Information for Women Need great lor practical Nurses for full or part time. Opportunity to train at home. Experience and High school education not necessary. Ages 18 to 60. Instruction under supervision of registered j nurses. Prominent doctor is Med-| MODEft N leal Consultant. Nursing supplies _lncluded__CaformaUon free. Write Liberty St. 3157. 9-22-21-T TWO LAKE front lots adjacent yacht club. Write Box 291-B, en Times-News. 9-23-31-N DOUBLE modern stucco. One side. Vacant. $8,000.00. ready to move into. Ople Annan, 3457. 9-23-31-N Wayne School of Practical Nursing, 294-B % Times-News. 9-24-2t-Sun-Mon LEE WINTER Dance Studios We would like to announce enrollments are still being accepted for Fall Classes. i For in/ormatlon call H7fi-J after' 4 p. m. or visit our Studio—over the; Darling Shop —Saturdays between! six-room hniisc- 95 Mt. Pleasant St., Fnxitburp, Md.. Bstii, -spurious—cunerciii" basement. gas, electric, two-cur garage. Inquire Apt. 9, LflValo Inn, 10.30 a. :n. to 8 p. m. 9-24-lt-T FIVE-ROOM, Howard Burgclt. CorrlgajivUli>. 9-24-St-T SEVEN-ROOM house, 113 N. Paw- Paw way. Phone 3484-W or 107- R. 9-24-31-T 2 and 5 p. rn. BOY to carry Morning Newspaper route In Thomas and Bpringdale St. section. Apply Times-News Circulation Department. Phone 4600. 9-24-41-T WANTED Man to help in wash-room, steady employment. The Crystal Laundry Company 9-23-lt-T WANTED—Fivo drivers to drive dump truck. Enoch P. Price. Phone Frostburg 119. 9-22-St-N 37—Musical Insfrumanti Join the School Band and Orchestra with Instruments from 297 A. FRUIT FARM— $4,000 BEDFORD CTY. bargain: CO a. tillable, 75 pasture, 162 woodland, 800 fruit trees; 8-room bungalow ivllh elec.; b:im 40x80, double garage, poultry house 200 hen cup., other bldgs.: laxc.s S42. Write about 5308 BF. WESTS FARM AGENCY, Jesse O. Gileon, Rrp., R.D. No. ", Bedford. Pa. Ask tor free big Full bargain catalogue. 9-24- It 1 228 BALTI.\7ORE AVE.7~ brick, 2 batlvs. furnace. suitable lor residence or commercial. Price $8,800. Phone :iL'"0, 28 N. Llberlv . 9-24-H 8-rooin The Music Shop 5-7 S. Liberty St. Phonfc 3230; FARM CATALOG. 100 Pages bar- 38—Loit and Found LOST—Pour-skin fur scarf between Water and Loo Sts., Frostburg, and Circle Inn. Reward. Write Box 281-B, c -i Times-New*, or call 4449-J between 6 and 11 p. m. 9-20-St-N gains—ninny States FREET. STROXJT REALTY, 1427-AJ Land Bldg., Phila. 10. Pa. 9-'J4-]t, 48—Roofing, LOST: Navy Identification card. Harold Walters. Return Times. 9-22-3t-N LOST — A nnd C gasoline ration book. Phone 4132-JX. 9-23-3t-N 3OY to carry Morning Newspaper route in Business Section. Apply Times-News Circulation Department. Phone 4600. 8-23-4t-N LOS" : While gold diamond dinner rinis In vicinity of Geatz's on Pacii St. Reward. Return to Timcs- Office, S. Mechanic. 9-23-3t-N LOST—No. 3 Ration book. Mary Margaret Jenings, 60 Linden St.. Frostburg. 9-24-2UT WANTED: Man for odd Jobs. Apply 538 Woodslde ATC. 9-23-It-T 39—Mi»cellan*o« Unskilled Labor Wanted -or one of th« largest steel companies in Pittsburgh, Pa. Transportation paid by •mployer Housing available 48 hour work week, time and half for over 40 hours Carnegie Illinois Steel Corporation representative will hire at U. S. Employment Service Public Safely Bldg. Sept. 25 to'Sept. 30 All applicant! mutt contplf witfc Wor Manpower Reyvlationi 9-23-Sat. *r Sun. WELDING All types, Acetylene and Arc Anything • Anytime • Anyplace -!. & S. Plumbing & Heating Co. Authorized Dealers ft Airco Gases and Equipment 128 Polk Street Phone 2040 BLOCK LAYING, cement work, W. A. McKlnney, 148 Bedford St. Phon« 3013-W, 34S3. 1-28-tf-T REFRIGERATION, washer, repairs. General Repair Shop, 13 Hender*on Ave. Phon« 3978-R. 4-7-tf-N CARPENTER WORK, repairs. Phone 2042-W. S-22-3H-N WILL SHARE home with woman, Garafjc. Write Box 287-B. c ' e Times-News. 0-24-H-T ROOFING, spouting, sheet metal wort, warm air heating, air conditioning. Call Twigg 3362-R. NEW ROOFING, repairing, painting roofs. Phone 3083-W. 9-13-3U-N 51—Wonted to Buy LET ONE CALL SELL IT ALL We pay cosh for used furniture nnd appliances. Let us give you KB estimate. Prices Furniture Exchange 79 N. Cwitrc St.- Phone-2-73e---W- HIGHEST cash prices paid for good used furniture. Home Furnishing Corp., 128 Bedford St. Phono 3941-R. S-6-tf-T Scrap Iron, Metals WANTED HIGHEST PRICES Beerman Auto Wreck«r» 153 Wlneow St. Phone 2270 FURNITURE, stoves, household appliances. Highest cash prices. Phone 4187. Allegany Furniture Store. 526 Virginia Ave. 9-1-tf-N 39-A—Watch, Clock Repairs Whin * •NcwcomrT" li AAAtA re tht family. But Ol/tl at "Hevcomtri." Jewelry - Wotch Repairs Gifts and Loans J. NEWCOMER 215 Virginia Ave. 34 —Salesmen Wanted Help Wanted, AU Kviktii aukltct to Priority fU!»n»l Muit B« futerrtd br th« O. S. KmptayimMit Btrvict. OUTSIDE REPRESENTATIVE QUALIFICATIONS—Age, 21 to 45. must be high school graduate, snles or contact experience helpful, ^discharged veterans considered), ability to meet people, «eut nnd mentnlly alert, auto required. Liberal car allowance, straight salary basis Vvith regular increases, promotion depends upon ability, excellent postwar prospects. Ail Interviews treated confidential. Call at Personal Finance Co., Room 200, 2nd floor, Liberty Trust Building, between 0 and 5 or Phono 721. 9-19-Hvk>N WANTED: Men, Interested in becoming engaged in fast Feed & Fnrm Supply Sen-Ice. RoMonnblc salary, excellent chance for Advancement. Write Box 290-B, c;o Times-News. 9-23-3t-N SELL GENUINE Leather JacXcU, Raincoats, Buffalo Check Shirts, 200 styV?s high quality Shoes at direct Factory Prices. Big Cash commissions advanced dully. Start full or spare time. Write for FREE SAMPLE OUTFIT. Reserve your territory. MASON, Dept. M.159. Chlppewa Falls, Wise. 9-24-lt SALESMEN by Internationally known company est. over 50 years, to sell paint, roof cement, etc., to factories, schools, fanners, ct«. Men rcsldhiu outlying counties eligible. Exclusive rights, Rood profits. liberal clmmlssion. Products in big demand now. Lincoln Oil <St Paint Co., Cleveland 6. Ohio. . 9-24-lt 40—Metal Weathcrstripping i SEWING MACHINES—Will pay up lo $35 for Singer Drophcad machines and np to $100 1or Singer j Electrics. Singer Sewing Center. 77 N. Centre St. Opposite City ' Halt Phoiiu 394. 9-1-U-N 'WANTED—Rabbits, 4 poundi! up. ! Shobers' Restaurant, Phone 925. I 9-1-U-N 'WANTED TO BUY or rent, ;nod- ern home In good rcHldentlal section. Write P. O. Box 726. B-21-U-N '• ' ONE, TWO. or three acres of ground, | hard Mirfnce ronci, out, of cily limits. Write Box 2fln-B,CioTlmcN- "Wf DEFY THE £L£MfNTS"_ DEFIANCE WEATHERSTRIP CO Frederick O. Hmas. Phone 2<«. News. 9-22-21-T 'WAKTED studio or small piano. j Phone 2923 or 32iy-R. 8-23-lwk-N 41—Moving, Storage JOHN APPEL tranxter, loc*l and tone dlatinca moving. Agent* for Line*, Inc. Phons 1873 4-19-tI-T CASH for cnr, 24 MassachusetLi, 9-23-2t-T 53—Wonted To Rent MOVING TO and from Baltimore Phone 3R8. 6-16-tf-T 42—Painting, PAPERHANOtNG, Jo« Barnhill, Phone 3S7C, 4-17-tf-N INSIDE AND ouUlrt* painttng, floor Mndinc «nd refinlshlng. Phone 34«0-M. 3-14-U-N 46 —Radios, Servk* THREE or four rooms, furnished, West Side, by Tesp<5iu>fbl<r couple, college graduates. Write Box 256-B, r WANTED—Two or throe-room furnished apartment. West Sldr, business woman. Write Box 288-B, r f Timcs-Nnws. 9-2-J-H-T 54 — Situationt Wanted PRACTICAL miniei Phone I86J-M »v»Jl«bl'«. «-17-U-K Expert RADIO REPAIRSJSJ5S-! Evening and Sunday Times WEtKLY SUBSCRIPTION BATES BY Ev«. onlr He; Cvt. Tlni^f p'r Eva. t Hun. 34c; Bun. IQc. CHE3 3 WA"NTED—Experfejiced. For hotel in nearby town. Good ri*y-| Write box 2f)2-B, ^ Ttmcs-News! , giving aetulU, «-23-2t-Tj SALESMAN for either fnrm or In- dustrlnl trndc by cslnbllshtKi out- Atandlng mftiiufncturer of roof con I ing. Mnlntcnniico product— No priority required. A staple with nil best selling features of a specialty. A moncy-snving product. No cash InveitrrieiH. Full time men placing over 10,000 gAllona annually. Material guaranteed nnd sold on 60 days terras direct to building owners. Our cunto- mers inolud* mriny best known firm* in America. Tilts offer for iocul and n«nrb} r district. Requirements —Snlcs oxperlcncr' nnd pood reference. The American Oil ft. Paint. Co.. 5916 HP.rviuc! Ava., O«vel«nd 5, Ohio, ( 8-2*.It \ All Work Guaranteed DO Days Tubes tested nnd e.sUrrmtcs free CAPITOL ELECTRONIC CO. . 306 Baltimore Ave. Phone -1225 E. O. Mefstcr fl-23-3t-N 47—Re*l Eitot* for $«»• FINE BUILDING lot on Pike In LaVale, 100x200 ft., situated 100 ft. west of residence of Dr. Tcter. Price for quick sale reduced to 11.600. Wm. Somcrvlllc, Ally, at MATT SOBSCRfFTJON Ml Kubf.cripllon.i Payable in Adv»r.c»— AD rtrmlltisncc! Should Be fifrt hy Monti Ordrr, Clitck or RctUtered Mill. Second Tlilrd »nd ronrlb Potikl Zonn Ono mornh B*e only Mo; an mot. KM>. on!; IS 40; On« ytir Eve. onlj 110.80: On> month Sun. mily 40c; Ont mn. Err. Ai Sun. il.:b; Six mo. Kre. * Bun. t7.iO; One yr. Kv«. /a Sun. 113.00: Biz rno. Ouru onlj 12 40. Fifth, dull, tfevrnlti >nd Kitfith ronil Zono Or.s —,c. Bvs. cs!7 tS JS: Sis ns. Kn, on;j *T.30; On* yenr Br«. onlj »14.«0; On* mo. Sun. ai>lr <h f: Ont mo. Kit. * flim. VLB;-. Bii mo Cf*. ft Sun. (9.80; On* rtu K\m. ti Sun. tlt.M; all mo. Sun, only 12.74. titrTK* il<n't rut* »ny ptae* in lh* vrorliC dully, Due mo. flAlly ana fiundfty 4I.2S m«. rh* ertalnf Tiwn and Aundtr Tlraei •*>• Cjir.t no flnnnelil rfKpontlbHUy for tjp*- ^ruphici] error* tn «drfrtHTn«mt«. but »!• 'rnrlnt th«l r)*n nf An «dT«rtiBmnnii f» ™filoh .tht ITpojnuphleii! trror oeeurn. Adterll«fr«^lH DltM« .. . .,,,.r, >"•"• ImuBt IcmmfdUHlj of »t 9-24-at-Slin.-Batlo«i;r.

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