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SUNDAY ..TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915 TWENTY-THREE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMEN1 •30 A.' M. to-10 P. r, . 4 P. M. le 10 P. M. Sunday* \*~ KU| k« !• Ml«r« 11 4. M. tic l« p, M. Car puklleitu* IB ibc f«ttic*mln< IMU*. t Fwitcrcl Director* 2—Automotive 1937 six-cylinder Packard seven- passenger sedan. Motor and body in excellent condition. Low ceiling price. 621 N. Mec-htinic at. Phone 25!). 2-V7-3L-T 1937 DODGE roach, $350. - Phone 1331-M. U-18-21-T 93u PLYMOUTH :our cioor sedan, S295. Charles GurJey, 520 Baltimore Ave. •••' 2-18-lt-T Iff Cash For Your Car All Models Taylor Motor Co. Cord of Thanks We tafce this means to thank our friands »nd neighbors for - thetr kindness to us during our recent bereavement, the death of Auc'jstlne Brailer. The iloral tributes and loan of cars for the luaeral vcre also creatly appreciated. THE BRAILER FAMILY All. Sarage, • Md. . • . S-I7-U-TN \Vfi take this means to thank our friendt and neighbors for .the kindness extended to ua during our recent bereavement, the death of our beloved father, Charles P. Chaffer. \Ve aUo wish to thank, those who lent floral tributes and loa" cd cars for the. funeral. : ; - . •.: THE CHILDREN. ' 3-18-U 2—Automotive 1939 HUDSON, 4 door »edan. Call Keyser, W. Va. 8361. 2-17-3t-N TAYLOR MOTOR CO. WILL PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR Top OPA Ceiling Prices Paid fell Your Used Car Now And Help Us Keep War Workers In Transportation To and From Work. 117 N. Mechanic Phon* S95 YES! Wt'LL BUY YOUR CAR We Need AH Makes and Models THE CASH IS HERE FOR YOU AT ONCE GET TOP CEILING PRICE AT ELCAR SALES Headquarters for Trading. Op«n Day »nd Night ; Opp. Pwt OKlc« Phone 344 CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE EllER CHEVROLET, INC. • 19 N. Mechanlo Phont 143 Service On All Makes At Pr«-War Prices Thompson Buick PHO.Vt •X PARTS — STRVIC*— BODY SHOP rcr All Made) Cm Spoerl's Garage N. George St. Phone 3m SELL YOUR CAR • FOR TOP CASH PRICE TO GULICK'S AUTO EXCHANGE C«ntr« Phon« ill •s SELLING TOUK CAR? KEMfMBlK: . NOBODY CAN LEGALLY PAY MORE FOR YOUR CAR THAN , . . ALLEN SCHLOSBERG Mechanic Phone 4415 JOHNSON'S AUTO EXCHANGE Cash Pricis Pofd lor Your Car ANY MARK OH MODEL Mechanic St. Priori* n FARM EQUIPMENT Octree Agricultural frectort '•'.. Art Available 03 ktlp you molt* crpplicatio* befort quota ii ixhauirtd MACK TRUCKS *«»«al hundred NEW MACK trvekt 'tltai«d for civilian UM hi nnd !ef us help yo u make Wtanan now for tarly delirtrr Steinla Mofor & Transportation Co., Inc. »• M«ck«nie •»-— 933 CHEVROLET coach, on ing lot opposite. Y.M.C.A. Price, $135. Phone 4000-F-21. 2-18-lt N. Mechanic Phone 395 Why Not See If You Can Get MORE GASH For Your Car BUD & ED'S AUTO SERVICE 317 Henderson Ave. Phone 3W AT Joh nson s Auto Exch ange 807 N. Mechanic St. Phone 2227 or 222 Unti Tuesday 9—Baby Chick. BABf CHICKS. O.O.D. Bloodtested. Best Quality. Reds, Barred, White Rocks, Leghorns, Crosses $6.03 per 100. Heavy Mixed Cockerels $3.95 per 101). Minorca Cross Cockerels, ninke heavy fryers, $2.50 per 100. Willow Run Poultry Farm, Box 748. Trenton a, N. J. 2-18-U BABY CHICKS. Pullorum Tested— B. Rocks, Reds. W. Leg., Unsexed $7.95 per 100. Leg. Cock. $2.45 per 100. Min X W. Rock Broilers $3.50 per 100. Special assorted $3.95 per 100. Ship C.O.D. London Poultry, Box 1844, Trenton 7, N. J. 2-18-11 SPENCER SUPPORTS, Individually designed. Alicia Allnmong Luchs. Phone 38^2-M. ... 9-1-tt-N 3-A—Auto Glass Glass Installed WHILE YOU WAIT BEERMAN AUTO WRECKERS 153 Wineow St. " Phone 2270 4—Repairs, Service Stotlont 13—Coal For Sal« WAKEMAN COAL, big vein and stoker. Phone 4024-F-14. • 7-9-tf-N BIG VEIN Wetzel - Consumer* Co. PHONE 818 J. RILEY — best big vein and stoker coal. Phone 4167. 10-22-tt-T DOMESTIC coax, Metger Brothers. 1516. 2-1-3H-N 15—Electric Work, Fixtures ELECTRICAL, WORK MOTOR repairing, wiring and fixtures. Queen City Electric Co, 158 Frederick St. Phone 117. Factory Service • Bendix • Kelvinator • General Electric Cumberland Electric Co. 137 Virginia Ave. Phone 619 16—Money To Loan JEWELERS PAWN BROKERS' Quick Confidential Loani an All Articles at Value nEAPQOARTERfi FOB DIAMONDS Large Stock of Unredeemed Fledges for Sal* Including WXTCHfS • JEWELRY SUNS • LUGGAGE HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR OLD OOLD Open Week-Days to 6 P. M. Saturday until 9 P. M. 33 Boltimor* St. fhont 3770 Mon«y far oil purposes. No mm too forge or too small. "HAROLD'S" ; Corner N. Mechanic and Baltimore WE BUY OLD GOLD MONEY! Q o PA ^S^ s Unredeemed Merchandli* B*n»id* Cumberland Loan Co. WE BUY OLD GOLD U N. Mechanic S'_ Phon« MT-M 3-15-21, A: Sun. Used Cars Bought and Sold STORAGE & SERVICE THE M-G-K MOTOR CO. 2Z1 Glenn St. Phone 2300 9—Baby Chicks APPROVED chicks from high grade bloodtesled flocks. Assorted N. H. Reds, R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks, White Rocks, Giants, Wyandottes and Leghorns. No culls. No cripples. Only S4.75-100. Minorca-Rock Crosses 53.75-100. Send check or money order for prompt delivery. SEIDMAN'S, 1723 S. Hth St., Philii. •J8. Pa. 2-18-lt REDS, Rocks, Mlnorcns. Leghorns, as hatched. S12.95 per 100. Assorted, all heavies, s:0.95. Light mixed, ns hatched, S6.95. Minorca-Crosses $3.95. Crest.wrxjd Poultry Farm, P. O. Box 171, Somerdale,. N. J. '. ; 2-18-lt BEST GRADE Chicits—Bloodtested —White Rocks, Leghorns, Bnrred Rocks, Reds $4.50 for SO. $7.35 per 100. Any^breed Pullets, bc.st egg . strain, $15.00 per 100. Heavy Assorted Cockerels $4.95 per 100. Minorca Heavy Cross Broilers $3.25 per 100—$30.00 per 1000. Leghorn Cockerels $2.00 per 100. Im- mcdintc shipment C.O.D. Sunnydale Poultry Farms, Runnnme.rle, N. J. ; 2-18-lt CHICKS Assorted All AAA Grade Blood-Tested with no Culls, and no Cripples 26—For $•!• Mtocelt* ASPHALT HOOPING, 1 ply 98o; 2 ply, $U5; 3 ply. »1.85. Liberty Hardware. Phone 550. 9-15-tf-T RADIOS, bougH, sold. Phone 1600. ' •• ., , 1-24-3H-N FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES 3 tat, Beans, Cauliflower, Radishes, N*w Cabbage, Peppers, Celery, Lettuce, Pearl, Grapes, etc. :' ;;.. Sweet Juicy Pineapple Orong«s : ; fly (fie Bay or Doien TEXAS PINK SEEOUSS GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 59c Staymon Winesap and , : Stork's Delicious Apples H ACER'S . Dependable QuoJ/'fy • '.. ':"•'• With Reasonable Pricei . 832 N. MECHANIC ST. PART-TIME switch board operator, personal interview required. Allegany Hospital. ..: , l!-lg-2t-N HEATING and cooking cheap. Phone 1497-M. stoves, I-26-tf-T SMALL combination coal and gas range. Cheap,. Phone 1407-M. 2-0-tf-T AVON PRODUCTS. Call 4008-P-12, Mrs. E. D. Lewis, Representative, Cresaptown, Md. 2-8-31t-N WALNUT dining room suite. Phone 1126. 2-12-lwk-T CATTLE and hog feed. Reasonable. 826 N. Mechanic St. 2-13-lwk-N THREE drop head sewing machines, two victrolaa. Ph me 4546. 2-14-lwk-N STOKER A-l condiUon. Phone 21121. Westernport. 2-l6-4t-N Special sale of men's N'avy pea coats. 10.65. Mrn's sweaters, pull-overs and button :t.vle. 13.35. SPECIAL men's leather jackets. $12.50. Men'i wolverln.: shell hon-htde wort .shoes that will -stand the wear. S3.05 to SB.50. Military Bids to- the men lu the service: moury belts, sewing klls. shower tiuidals. zipper bass, hose, underwear and dozen*, ot othur uxclul items. Men's drets all leather oxfords, 30 styles', S3.35 to'tlO. measured to TH yo'.ir feet, widths A to EEEE. New army iilankets, all wool J7.B5. THE HUB Army and Nary Goods 13 N. Centre 6t. Open Evenfr.es FOR SALE Complete Fixtures For Retail LADIES' AND MEN'S CLOTHING STORE Including: ELECTRIC FIXTURES FLOOR COVERINGS Thtst Fixiurti Can Be Seen at JULIAN GOLDMAN STORE 82 Baltimore St. 2-16-tf-N SADDLE horse, $65. Fairgrounds. 2-lfi-3t-T PRIVATE garage, 816 Louisiana Avc. 2-16-3t-N CICARS—Mild. Trial box 50, S4.00. plus 30o mailing. Many other brands. Fres pries list. Zibar. Roselle, N. J. 2-16-Iw-T . LOANS Articles of Value Bat-fffttru in unredeemed pledjM Watch Rcpulrlns JOHN NEWCOMER 215 Virginia Ave. Formerly of the Hamilton Watch Ca. ELEVEN steel Venetian blinds, good condition. Phone Flintstone 180. 2-16-3UN MONEY TO LOAN Interest 5% per Year McKAIG'S 101 Wllllnms St. Phone 262 17 —For Rent ELECTRIC sewing machinw by the month. Phone 394, Singer Sewing Machine Co, 77 N. Centre at, 10-7-H-N STOREROOM For Rent 319 Virginia Avc, Heat Furnished | Apply MILLENSON FURNITURE CO. 317 Virginia Ave. ' 2-lS-lwk.-N 19—Furnished Apartments MODERN TWO, three and four room apartments, also single rooms by the wwk or month Boulevard Apartment*. Phone 2737. ...--- 8-9-tf-T THREE ROOMS, porch, Friridntre, .stoker heat, $11 week, 218 Walnut Place. , 2-17-tf-T 20—Unfurnished Apartments MONROE hand calculator, computing scale, reconditioned. 1153 Frederick St., phone 4102-W. 2-16-3t-N MUSKRAT fur coat, like new, with hat to match. Apply 317 Magruder St. Phone I404-R. 2-lS-St-T CLEAN Ro!l-a-way bod. Write Box 698-B, % Times-News. 2-17-21-N HEATIIOLA—Stewart Super Heater, in good condition. Phone -S83-W after 5 p. m. 2-17-2t-N PRE-WAR studio couch. 925 Grand Ave. Call rear 2-18-at-T FOR SALE Gas Range Soh'd Mahogany Console Commode Tables Love Seat 3 Maple Straight Back Chairs Window Shades Curtain Rods Roudoir Chair 420 FAYETTE ST. 2-18-lt 310 Ib. YORK Barbell sci, one hcnt- rola, one handsaw. 319-J-5. 2-1B-H KITCHEN con) stove and metnl ted Apply 28 N. Liberty. 2-18-H THREE ROOMS, heat, bath. $45, adults. References. 227 Favelte St., Phone 358-M. 2-13-lwk-T WEST SIDE, eight rooms, bath, 7R2-J. Sunday or after 5:30 p. m. weekdays. 2-I8-31-T QUILT PIECES My blc bantam pnrkHRf hruiuirul fuel rolor qiillt pircts Include] 1000 yards Ihrod. ,'rrr 18 5t!cclrri qnllt pancriif,. plus rnoiiRh nssorlrd colortul Roodn to make cvrr 1'JM (lulll ptttctict: rprcliil S1.4;i C.O.D. pin tostacc. lPfl"~n ntlifflctlori . rnoney buck •unrnnlre. firurj no rtmnt*5-. T>n$ pristm Mnry Cnldwrll, Cr»U RcmnanL Co.. FX,... 3SS5. Bloomlnslon. III. Frrr! .for prompl «rtlon—l»tpst Trail niarer*' Alrnanar,-Clip this. 3-18-lt 22—Furnished Rooms Orplnstons. Brahmin. Any hrred or anj HEX. our selection. IDOT« Wvc Delivery Flr/i come, nrit served I: Shipped C.O.D. Send check or Nfoncy Order for prompt delivery dive express office. All shipments F.o n' Jiir snipping points. Tlush orrter today. Gel 'hese fine b»r(!aln chtck.v ASSOCIATE!) HATCHERIES OUTLET nM Market Si.. Phlla., 3 r». TWO housekeeping room*. 23G Wll- U. r... ., 2-17-3t-N Street. 2-18-St-T 24—Houses for Rent PENN Hatcheries—100% blooritested baby chicks any breed—$7.95 per 100. Our Special As-sorted $5.95 per 100. Pullets any breed $12.00 )>nr 100. Perm Hatcheries Outlet. 1417 W. Glrard Ave., Phlla. 30, Pa. .• ; -,- ...-.'.• -.. : 2-18-H FOR BIGGER PROFITS —buy "PEERLESS" CHICKS! Peerless Chicks are tops. : Hatched only from U. S. Pullonim free eggs— from finest New England commercial flocks—selected for vitality nnd egglaylng ability. Chicks guaranteed lOOCi llvn delivery. Your choice—New Hampshire, Bnr- rer! Rock or Rock-Red cross. It, pays Ip buy from Peei-lcss. Cala-i FOUR ROOMS, Smouse's, Christy 2-16-3t-i' T\VO houses In Cressptown. Apply Saturday and Sunday only on premises in front of Yocum's Storr. 2-17-Tt-T 25—Room and Board ROOM, board, for pno or Uvo girls; Phono 25Sfi-R. 2-I7-21-T -For SaU Mi»ctllan««uf DRESSED RABBrrs, delivered Phono 1212-W. 8-1-tf-N Wfirm In winter. Pnvci fupl. crr^n ilonr In mmnifr. ' _. A t\rt? A good|_ Maytag Parts & Service Wringer Rolls, All Mokes log Frcn. Peerless Hatchery, .Show- j MILES APPLIANCE &' SERVICE j BUCHANAN LUMBER CO ell, Maryland. 2-1S-UI31 N. Mechanic St, — --' 32—Help Wonted Female EXPERIENCED beamy operator j Apply LaMonn Wave Shop. I :•'- 2-8-lOt-N 1 HOpSEKEEPER, live : in, lamlly of | two. Phone 20 after 6:30 p. in. 2-13-lwk-N MILLINERY saleslady; thoroughly experienced, best salary Also one saleslady with personality and a • little expirience. Apply Field's. 119 Baltimore St. •••:. 2-14-lwk-N SCHOOL GIRL to a.sslst with housework: and tooking aiter school and on weekends. Located on West Side. 57 week. Stay or go home nights. Write Box 620-B, % Times-News. ;' 2-16-3t-T LOCAL CLASSIFIED KATES 1 tlrrn 4 Vic wd. : 3 tim«i 12c wd. 2 limck 9c wd. 1 ««<k Zic wd. WANT Ai) HEADQUARTEHS ) $. Mechanic St.. PSoru 4600 4 Rcctham, Ohio Slitter, JTerf Atkinson K<Wins llhlpiu Half .Mile For Uj s " 39—Miscellaneous 13LOCK LAYING, cement work. W A. McKinney, H8 Bedford St. Flione 3013-W, 3485 1-28-tl-T WELDING " All types, Acetylene and Arc Anything; • Anytime • Anyplace H. & S. Plumbing & Heating Co. Authorutd Dealen in ; Airco Gatcf and equipment 128 Polk Street . Phone 2040 New York, Feb. 17 . u1 r i — Lt.' .Camp Blamlm^ Flu . I'VJb 11 if) ChRrle* BceUiuni, 31-yeur-old for-;Ti?d Atkinj-on, imiR:n;i-il st.-. ItMmr mer Ohio Slater, loped to an easyh'uimg jtwkcy t .f 19-n rtporieu : victory In the matt halpiu halffOitinp Blnnduij: KKII.V lor n jn. mile tonight, opening event ul tlK';inducl|oii r\amii-iuil<m annual New York A. C., : track S'ime.s; He arched now u JXiiic roii.-.t In Madison Squarei Garden. j IOM! boru'd which wijl <U:ii.-rnin: Th(! Bdldhig Navy phyblcul cciuca-: when he- Ve(Xlv<>,s tin- m'tiil r«M tr tor from the North. Carolina Pre-;i«vlce -- it hi: PUSMVS Kxitvy.-. ,v flight schoul, bounded out In froiH^aiuliiniloti, during 'the', second lap and held u i . - •-—— 15-yard advanUgw as he hil the , ,' ' : i • ' • • • tape in 1:57; slowest time Jor iho : ( ,([ m Ix^l'lill 1(1 18 : U, S. Coast Guard, was second. Two weeks ago Qeetiuun or«'nr<i .S 8. n (Co'atinurd iroiu a comeback campaign by winning the Mlllrose half time in 1:57 2. EXPERIENCED feeder wanted. Apply Commercial Press. 2-lG-3i-Ti REFRIGERATION, washer, repairs Conies Phone 3978-R, 12-1-U-N YOUNG lady as cashier, with or without experience. Pprnianont position, plcr>5r.r,t v.'orhir.g 'con. ditions. , Apply Mrs. Shendow, Maurice's Department Store. •'• • ' . 2-18-ai-T , (Continued from Page tj) i CARPENTER work, repairs. Phone lie says', "and now I'm I on in ,1, 1-24-3H-T . . . 33—Help Wanted, Mat* All Workeri Subject to Priority Re/eml Must B« Referred by tho D. S. Employment "errtce. MEN NEEDED By Cumberland War Industry Manufacturing Truck Tires. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Regular Attendance Necessary Jobs Have POST-WAR Possibilities GOOD PAY $33 to $42 Per Week While You Learn Write or Apply to KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRE COMPANY or U. S. Employment Service Cumberland, Md. 2-15—1 wk.-N MEN wanted for orchard work. New modern camp, furnace heated, shower, separate locker for each man, straight board, excellent food, top rates. Phone 4013-F-5 or 4013-F-3. Consolidate Orchard Co., Spring Gap, Md. 2-16-U-T WANTED: Truck 2249-R. driver. Phone 3-17-Iwk-N EXPERIENCED over the road tractor trailer drivers. Also freight dispatcher. Box 683-B, % Times- News. Persons employed in defense work need not apply. 2-11-lwk-T AGGRESSIVE MAN Is wanted for District Manager by an old established Company. Sales background essential and organizing experience desirable but not required. Age 30-55. Musi have car. Thorough field training by competent management. Compensation based on commission, bonus nnd overwrite. Excellent post-war opportunity. If you can qualify there 1s a swell Job awaiting you. We'rr deeply sincere. If you arc, write Box =ti!)5-B care of this paper, gt-t some kind of-n job that help ihe kids.out : 'over Lheie.' my age is Bfialnkt me." 40—Merai Weorherstripping I Pun., lo "Uncle Joe." ha* mean! l'*Kf ij> 01:1 I IIP cs iVHrehoijse ul tlv t!;iilm:. Tn work of Iniiciiiii: the c«i> .ind USH- feiing; sliipincnt.s irctn our cm i a not her is.dlvi>rU'd by L. A Bin i.i 425 Ueall stivfi. plnilonn siiin-rv;>i.. for the Rnihviiv t'xpio..- Aprt.c'' Inc. uiiit thi' "Aii)r-|-|{-iui Hsilwn Express," .ILS it LI ivuncijmc.* erroi-. misty niinu-d). A.^sochiicd with hs: 1 is 71-yonr-oifl chnbn t;. Fi.llfi ••money clerk' 1 ul . At;rtu:.\ who has bpon caiiiloycri liy Unit c -Wt DEFY THE ELEMENTS" DEFIANCE WEATHERSTRIP CO Frederick C. Hans. Phone 2063 41—Moving, Storing |(L'.)nng hi-; tavorlte iireams for ha^-.ipany for 5'J >nu.-. (Mi. I-uluu U we trout, suckers, curp—nnd even .sim-jkiibwii.because oi ilu i)<>-•«• rm-<v i. llsh. Choosing • ball was pan. <if;iuad« for a s^ai in thr ruy unitir, Uie game, and as he recalls his ex-jin .tin- Uur IKO riiy .-lnriiui;>, BU-- p«rlciu-es, he speaks with revi'i'anct-Ji.'- tlu 1 olilt'.si uhuniuiN hfrr u! ih of chub minnows, "flaunclback" Unlvi'rtiily 61 Miuvlmid.) frogs, .stone "cati" . fcai.fl.sh minnows I, rod worms, flics nnd bu.ns; JOHN APPEL transfer, local and long distance moving. Agents lor Greyvan Lines, Inc. Plion« 1623. MOVING TO and from Baltimore. Phone 388. 6-16-U-T 42—Painting, Poperhanging PAPERHANGING, Phone 621-J. Joe Barnhlll, 4-17-tf-N INSIDE AND outside painting, floor sanding and refiiiishing. Phone 118-W. 3-14-lf-N 46—Radios, Servk* Guaranteed Radio Servic* CAPITOL ELECTRONIC CO. 305 Baltimore Ave. PHONE 1225 47—Rtat Estata For SEVEN rooms, modem, five acres, 1 mile. Charles Golden, Hyndman. $2,5CX). J-11-lwk-S 25 ACRE farm, 4 springs, 12 room stone house, bath, gas, electric, furnace. Apply H. L. Huff, Moss Cottage, Mt. Savage. 2-16-3t-N 200-ACRE productive farm; on hard surface road open round; school bus to Consolidated and High School pa.ssei house; . ftnd lie te!)s of caichiiiK 20-poiind carp in the South Branch of the Potomac with •'dniifjhluills mlxnd with cotlon, or sweet corn strung on a hook.'' The "toor.';''—-yoisng rallmmi IMI: who tflltr ciii'i- ot thr i»-Jilii<'i ailon ot nir.s-iil.su the iucomlnn liui ffx-n jrjoKcyju ik of •*, !* .n •d .n K f. Intb siiioii jiiii'.ii; the hiaii< Oth<M cni|>|[i\v.s i-l).When a-sked about ihr.beal timpjwjtcr unit stciuii flo;i :; , which wili for .fishing, "Uncle. Joe" replies: u.vd^^ to rtpU'iii.- h the- .-ujijilj of th«' "Some lellow.s fi&li all day, anci wmu-ImrpiwltlKs.on ih« ' all night; but sometimes . ,. fish day and night. ] always preferred to fbh alone, then I wouldn't have to worry if the fis,h wereirt biting. Just ns sure as you y.ri disgusted and quit, they'll start to lilic Then you>e out of luck." There WHS one time when he wanted to quit, and po home, however — one Ume when, in his own woids, he "pulled a dumb fisherman's trick." Having caught « When all U iiindr n relax unti .su»i thi; in>' trucks lcxil::iit; up I men in overall* tuui still .i?rs' raixs inil MI I heir t Jiust w. the r i ;,i-l: expt- i.\ (iiif-. They sj'ii K. (.ir.nit Hic •103 HrnH' stl-ci-i, .who li.i.? had. n ,h ji .ci |R n n C . .service will) the Ohlo.rniJrci.,d. ruid H, B. 1)..: bin. 101! Mr(-l.-l. I'd (or 30 yt'iir.s, Ki'u-h llft.S M'l'V- a lo:n n "nice moss" of fish, he rowed his!handled hrimmi-r lu hw hiinti bout In 10 shore and cleaned enough! "nlh are "C!irkiioeli<!r,\" or ia%i«-,- of his catch for supper right tht-rei to ". Upon t.hi'in rcM* die IV.MKH: at the water's edge. Tha re.st of Isil'lhlv of .wini: thm rv...|-y cw i- it "fit lor tho road" tx'luvc it thr stutlon. wains one the catch was left hanging over the c-nd of the boat In the water, confined In a net.. Then "Uncle Joe" "Urn'- proceeded to his camp, feasted him- t' 1 " oxpirsx ol rnllrViiici «-tnplo>t.' self on the fish, snmked his pipe Uhc Iron hoisc drnwlnv cxjuc.ss u .:•. awhile, and went, to bed. Bui that}' N ' n - 3'J hr-ads tfiwiuci the night the river turtles were attrncl- ._ from atxive BHltlmoi-c ed to the boat-landing by the refuse The train drilu in. (here Is ; from the fish that had been cleaned Iwreechtns CM brn>;••>*. As scon n>, 1 for supper, snd before they left the.'s l "ps. ihr- cnglup Ls unrouplpii ni'.i scene they devoured the. live fish Iswkrhcs iiiln '{xvilinn . UIH!PI ii'- that they-found in tJie nrl, ruining water tower ns Willuim.s ,»livi-i the net In the process. |'Somr'tn:<\s tho en^iiit; goeji (-" U' Mr. Miller distinguish^ bet.wt^n ; nM1Ilc " lnil - v? hi the sSouUi Cuinlv.-! fishing stories and "fish stories." 1 in nd. shops, and » frrsh onr . . and will accept the word of anyone. ' ovf ' rl - While the tupply year i he believes to be a reputable fisher- hieing replenKlK-ri anri the nrcmaii "' To illustrate his point he! L<i ' inls y building iip ^te<im fnr tl-.r . - -i— >••• "Not many fellows ihnt lint'Xt let; of :li<' expinfJ. run. vairi near churches nnd markets; 1401 fished with ever beat me at, bii.sstKMendRiil.^ upply «no:hli-.i; ml i.nri ?".!'! J^^Lf^-f 11 !',!^? 11 ?"^ 1° tisnill S- E "t a friend of mine beiit |"Wacl!.strnp" crfa>? to the eiijtiiit .= acres 1st grade saw timber; bnl- nnce pasture; large bank bsrn with R. E. A. electricity; dairy for 36 cows complete with stanchions, drinking cups and piping for milker; tile silo 12x34 ft.; II- room house, excellent condition, electricity and water throughout; 2-room house; never falling spring; outbuildings; tile milk- house; abundance of water; beautifully located; has resort possibilities. Write or call George G. Cross, R. F. D., Meyersdalc, Pa. 2-10-2t-Sat-T me. because he said it took him two | hours nnd n. half to land a bR«« up in Cook's Mill dam, neivr Hyiid- man. 1 fished bigger waters than he did. and It never look me Ui «l joint,'., mid chf-rks his mount '.;: I lie cnpliici-- m t-inok'.-.'-tart-. to couplir;>n. During IhH fifty nilnulo.s th>l tr«tn ri'inafm, «t. i.lic ttu-n LOTS—Johnson Heights, Avondale, $150; Brpntwooci, S350; Haddon, $87.50; Kent, S350; Louisiana, $450; Warwick. $375. Williams. 14 Market, Phone 21. 3-17-H-T SEVEN ROOMS, modern, five acres. 1 mile. Charles Goiden, Hyndman. $2.500. 2-18-lwk-Su MASSACHUSETTS AVE.. four room frame bungalow, gas, electric, and water. Price. S1B50. Terms. Treiber. 28 N. Liberty. ' 2-18-lt 1 '.i ACRES; good house, water, electric, hnrd surface road, six miles east of city. Write. Box 2-18-U-T telling about yourself. In turn I'll -1":^^!!™L^ S : tell you about u-s when I. reach i FARM CATALOG. 100 Pages b.ir- . Cumberland in the next few rinys. 2-18-19-20 34—Salesmen Wanted WANTED: Man or woman for profitable Rawk'igh Route : in Cumberland, Morgan and North Hampshire Countle.s, W. Va. Must be satisfied with good living at start. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. MDB- 33-101. Chester, Pa: 2-18-H SALESMEN WANTED Establish yowr own bushier without capiwl Investment. Handles guar- nntecd line of roof material. Thirty-nine year old reliable firm. Big demand—large earnings. Mcr- ; chandi.<e sold direct to consumer— factories, mills, warehouses, arid farm property. Write: The American Oil & Paint Co., Cleveland 5. Ohio. 2-18-H SALESMEN, every operator of a fire tube boiler, to secure the maximum from hU fuel, is looking— waiting—for this fine cleaner. Free trial practically eliminates, sains resistance. Three sales a day nets S15 or more. Exclusive to producers. 3OEDERT FLUE SHAVER CO., Oak Park. 111. : 2-18-11 PORTABLE washer. Phone 862-J. 2-lfl-H 26-A—Pcti PUREBRED Toy Manchester puppies. Phone 4040-F-15. ' ' 2-15-3t-T 28-A—Florist* Funeral Flowers Ren Roy Gardens Phone 3960-W Funeral Flowers BOPP'S 75 Baliimort St. Phanr 2582 29—Furniture, Stovci USED FURNITURE. Mllleruion's 317 Virginia. 1-6-tf-T SO —Building SuppJI*. STORM DOORS 36— Instructions KINDERGARTEN 113 Columbia St., classes from 9:00. to 11:30 A. M. nnd 1 P. M. to 3:30 P. M. Phone ISfl-M. 2-16-lwk-N 37—Musical Instruments CASH for your used Musical Instruments - Bring ihem In THE MUSIC SHOP 5-7 S. Liberty St. Phono 3230 gains —many States. STROUT REALTY. 1427-AJ I^nd Title Bldg., Phila. 10, Pa. 2-18-lt Number nf inrais, some equipped for poultry raising, filling; stntfon.1 nnrt cabin ramps; located In Shermnrionh Valley, Virginia. J. C. Durkholder, agent. New Market, Va. l-28-8;-Suns 48—Roofing, Spouting ROOFING, spouting, sheet meda) work, ward air heating, air con- dltlonlng. Call Twlgg 4598. SI—Wanted to Buy long to bring in a bass, so his nuistl^ Hn nir Dl fxHirmr-iit «m"!ig ill have been bigger than any I evet-i various einpi'.'Vii; .slm caught. He didn't weigh the fish.! !imon S the ni.,r-ni^li' but I know he had me beat because:*'ape show. Tii"r<- U he's a good fisherman—and goodi c ' vpt T fishermen don't tell "fish stories. 1 " ' A brook trout lived for 11 years In the clear, cold mountain WBICJ to (hur ir, s uiKCncy ir. *iHors mu>: be ui their way; Livo i:liir.hci\« niid baby chicks, ! one frnui the hnu?hctlrf-. th<> oil that flow* through the springhowfU. r «ltiK IM mmkct; a St.. at "Uncle Joe's" Licking Creek! "puppy"—about KX) llxv of camp. Tho old fisherman put lhei—wll-h four cntif. ol dop food hi trout In the sprlnghouse when it j sack »' ilii> end of lits crate, If- or. was Just a one-inch minnow nnd]''' s W "V ' (1 wrve ni companion «n'i "made a pet out of It." Tliriving guardian in somebody's children: on the choice diet of buttermilk, °^B S !lllt ' butter; j;re:a qtiiuititie.'. or curds and bread that it received, itj" 1 ' 1 ^.' rK'w.-.-reel.? Irom Ciimberlnini weighed nearly five pounds wlien iijlhnUei-.s to tluisc in nther ritlc.'.:, died from an injury it received]and scores ol niher ftrilclc.s. when R guest at the fishing camp let It fall out of a bucket, after he had tak«n it out of the spring WHicr to show It to some friends. There may be people who are, confused and-chagrined by the trick [kennel! m-Kent tick question: "Whnt would you raihrrji'i oum|--••••• do or ga flshln'?" But not "Uncle whistle.',. Joe" Miller. farmer gives the express inon .1 tussle. Knr.lnc plgeun:. fin their way lo their htiiri.ln'K pom! o.)O ilirtui^h. their camv'i. A 'coon rii'p fn>ti: :\ ies his voifc- thr iriiiii. t.hi-jr !vi-,iii- -anytime." 53—Wanted to Rent He'd rather "gn lishln' ers '•|)r i (!(ir l ri oViwit" v. i:i jft (iimjljiir .sit lit on ._!_ii^; brains before Ihe ructi 1.1V -\\ r hp SUBURBAN HOME, about 8 rooms. Phone 4320 Ext. 13. 2-14-lwk-N WANTED AT ONCE: Any hpu.sP in district Mt. Royal School or along bus route. Phone 1912. .... .. 2-15-St-T CELANESK chemist, wife, and child. Mail find house or first (lew apartment on West Side before March 12. Excellent refercMcrji. Phone 4401 -R. •k.-. \\t_'nt riottii by f;ovc-::i'iieiit nrdcr, ; but "Silver." the ttujuni nf Unit weii- known HollywcHxl hoi.vmiui. "Tin. Lono RatiiiOi 1 ," was H iHi-j-eniici 1:1 iiti exDrei* on 1 ihnt fa : .::(.(l thuitU-ii here a ft-w »fi;k«. npi».» Flow-erf': iiom California nr<: tit,landed Iron! rr-lrivr!;ii<-<i <.'<~>r:\ i-'i locril lloi'L | :i. v ,. n.:i<! f'roiri C^imlK rliiin'l hot house.') n" i vl x nlier Iwx ( i floweis to be .'Olii in Wiishlii|rtcr. Riid BflltttnniT. Abu from' Cnlilt'r- nln. arc ornnf;(>.<-, l^uuci'. nncl othi r frutu and vpgM»'bles, wliirli vvili 5-0 Rooms & Boardilj ROOMS, HOUSES AND APARTMENTS (Furnished or Unfurnished) WANTED—Rabbits. 4 pounds tip Shobcr's Restaurant, Phone B25. FOR KELLYWARWORKERS 1-20-Lf Write or phonD ML"a Robertson. Kelly - Springfield Tire Co., WANTED Good used planoi Grand*, Uprights, Spinets SEIFERT'S Phono 836 WANTED: 3774. Live chicken*. Phone 1-24-3H-N LET ONE CALL SELL IT ALL We puy cash for used furniture and'54 Situotions Wanlcd Cumberland 2850, extension 247. 12-10-Su-M-W-U 53-A—Wanted To Trade WILL trade five 50x200 Joi.* in rl(y for car. 1937 up. Write Bo\ (iDI-B "> Timi?s-Nev,s. .. 2-17-21-N THE VIOLIN SHOP—rrpalrs, bow hairing, m Bedford St. ' •tl-lj-lf-Sundnys 38—Losf ond Found LOST: Child's glasses Frldny evc- between St. Peter and Paul Church nnd 621 N. Centre. Finder plcnse return, cull 45Q2-J. •••'' 2-1B-21-T Phon* 848| S4 |j N . CKNTRE ST. PHONE 13'fl ;:•": LOST:' About 10 days ago, lad; nnmis wrist. ; watch, tingrnverlj 1 Gcnrvlrve from Mother". J5.0<)| reward, Phone 532-M. Z-18-lt-T 1 appliances. Let us give you an estimate. Prices Furniture Exchange 79 N. Centre SL Phone 2732- W CHINA closet or corner cupboard, must, be Iri good condition. Stntc price. Write 696 -B. % Times-News. 2-18-tf-T UPRIGHT PIANO. Mrs. Dorothy Holtzman, Fort Ashby, W. Va. . : 2-18-U-T SKWING MACHINES— Will pay up to J35 for Singer Drophcad machines and up to $100 for Singer Electrics. Singer Sowing Center. 77 N. Centre St. Opposite Cltv Hall. Phone 354.. . 9-J-tf-N FURNITURE, stoves, household appliances. Highest cash prices. Phono 4187, Allcgany Furniture Store, 526 Virginia Ave. 8-1-tf-N AtVAMTED Acrordlons Band IiuitrumenU Electric Guitars . Phone J67G-J . . ! : ,.'••.' 2-16-3wlcs-N LATE model electric manglr, In good condition. Phone 412. 2-1R-3L-T ONE pre-war studio couch with PRACTICAL nurses available. Phone IflBS-M . 3-I7-l.r-N ICvriitMfr aiul Siiinlay Times WEEKLY' SUBSCRIPTION RATES ny CABRIEU On» nffk Evrnir.B or.lj 2<c: Kv«nlr« Tlmrj prr ropy .05t;; nnr .m-frlc Fvcrilntt ni-.ft Run- tiny 3*r; ^ :ri.<y Tlnir* rirr rr.py KT. MAI1- SUBSCRIPTION TtATKS rpml'uncf t. ihoulrl be *^nt liT mo:tfy nrrt*r. chrcv .or rrrlj.lrrrft mult. FlrBt. fificonrf. Thirt! »nrt rcnirth FTrnlng c:\ly 9.S.40; onr yr*r Ki'cn'.iu only llOfitl; nr.r mrttuh Simdfiy only.+Or; or.r mnnch KvrnlUff unri Sundhv *1.2^: *tx month* F>F-Tilnf! •n'l flnilrlHv 17. XO; nr.c y»»r.E^'rr,ini( Miri f5tinfl»j IIS. 0(1: MX month* Hitnrli T intj- >3 : 0. finh, Blxtli. fltrvrT-.ih nnrt riprrt'h I'fMUl r.nll'li Ortf mnnth Kvenlnp only 11 70; fix month* Kvrnlrti nnly 17.30; on* ytar Fvrni-ij; r»nly 1H.W; one monlh Butirtny pnly U'i om- monthfl Kvrning . «nrt puni?Jiy iS.'Mi, nnr ycnr Krentnt Mid S'lnrtny 119. M; an mor<lh» flimrlny only 13 TO," dullr. VOc month; ritlly ar.d Suuniv 11.36 mtinih. Th« Ev#nlnr Tlm«« «i;'1 fv.in^Hy Times nrAphlCKl rriorfs In nd?rn;.'Tn<r,u b'.;f will •> l~ t'f N °" Jwl!o ^ n E:ist»:rn timrhew — (wr ^j days, after they wtrc picked finni '(ho fit-Id?-/Riirl ort:h:»irt.«.. of Wr.Monv iirmsi T»nkx of live fish—tho-.- i Minds of thcni—rftntnng from 12 :o 20 IbK.. aie not long out of lh<- waters ot -Luke Mtrhiqnn, l>'.it w:!i soon be in the r.rrcc 1 miiiv^s "f j Philadelphia and N«'W York. The tnini cnntiil;)* vni suppiir.', 1-iiiik.s oj oxynvtt ;inrl rnnr.r.r; nf (iriitts tor li'i.spitiii* untl Hiuu.-. l>ru:n »l m.ul and parrel"- 101 p-rrvU'' n-.rn, nnrt souvenirs from the vetoriins v.i the wnr linn's. When the cars th;H the shlltlns; enclim hM llnrtf tip In the nitTiwii urn acM^d in "32," there are usually 13 to 15 cms In nil-ami that i, n lot of rxpres? I WlllJ'Virf, Mert'ni', n.ilf! nnd i fiivo nrr being lfikf.il CHIP of, tlic "<""- KnnrkerV ply i.hrlr tKi<!e ol K\{. .•- tnw to check v.'her|< !>r'ik<\s JV'<'- r , nir cotlpiliif s, l»Mr:iii; -: , .si>!<"'. equipment—n7ic!. In f!v>rt. nypsy ptfjcx! f'l etjulpinrnl Mini RCHU, i:it/i thy construe!inr. of RII rxprc.«i(i <vir. U|> ai the "hflid ewi ' of-Die Irnln (he fmninp. Mniliilns non lun-:-> hii.s In/en rocniinlecl lu >'•' loid. -11 '' stands burMIn*; with poK'ni hi eiK-rgy. witttlnp for the m^wcr >'> give It. its hemj. Thrj ''carknnckers" pivp |hf llu j l word noarhing the rr-ni end of lone line of r«r«, OIIP of ih-'in wi- yppri :ind shout.' "O.K. 1 in thr r fltirtor. A slB,!iBl tope i.- piillcri, mid ; oix5s Idler n -thiimlfn-UK sii'ii't tV<r iion IIOI'AP hiVi-klr.- k.s /a. '<t* lu tnsk »i,'l sk.vwnY<! Rlfjivlv thr i-xprc 1 - 1 - in«ni-»- mil o't.'ilif htat.lnii (/•• ilif in;; <M-=!- i"rn crntT*. of . Wflshluttton. Tinl'i- niorr, PhlUdclpjriifi iincl Now Yc-ry . Truly; if the nldlim* pony RKtnr.v' rlciors wprs on lumtl W witnpsn tl.i: pqulpnwnt . CM««> R'irt tlnn. i-'prlnl -!»•< v tn S-l7-lt-Tj|qinirclUt«l7 ot ioy »rror n-hlori may of hamllirm thnl :unt:«- up Uic oni express, th"y wouM iw a»t rd. But ."nmr of (ho ciKHl for IIIR . uklny'a nrhirvptncntJi rlifhl fully to thr-in. major 'llllllB' I ti-T-r'ii'd In in«.by v»-i:li> <i( 11 (Ii'fevrtH ('.on.

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