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C^MBERLASIp; MI). ? SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, TWENTY-THREE _ to Budget Funeral Cos» '* ' r use • the i •' "' ' . '•. Selection Plan Phone 14M - *€ »•««*« ' r^^fZ^--' ~- V- * VfEl* '•j.:. 1935-P6KD.liOTOR/:aad parts, 120 Huhiblrd Sfc.-.' : 9-30-lt-T PAJCT«—«TH7ia5—BODY «HC* , ,' v . for All uod*l. Cu» . j . » N. 5 St. PnoM'301 _ . -^- . - • « -t . - . , ; / • • . . CpsfiV For Your Car ;,: : • ;f • An Models . ^'^ • -. : ' - . " - . Taylor Motor Co. Used Cars Bought and Sold STORAGE & SERVICE THE M-G-K MOTOR CO ill Glinn St. . Pkon* 2300 TlM«lu tate this niiins of publicly sln«re t&BnW to . our Jrl^nds and hora who » eie *° srmpatbeUc. end durta, the Illness Mid foU 0 *!,<B death ol our beloved wife, and er; Mrs. *<«i;' A. Oarlltz. We are tul lot the many Herat tributes and all who donated 111* USB of motor ctrs the luneral, .and to all othors who -••*» maftnei' assisted us. MS OAHUTZ and CKtLDKEN \rllton, Md. ^"- 9-30-H-TN •wish to express tincere appreciation fall our Irtendi, neighbors. Brotherhood lot H. T. and Ludles Auxiliary 'of B. |R. T. lor' their kindness to us during four recent bereavement, the ..death Ql Sour husband and father. Benjrvmin P ISee. We »lso wish to thant tho.-c - iient flowers, cards, and donated the usr lot their cars. . Wife and Children. Memoriom ln lovUiff • memory of our father iisband, Harvey Lee Dercmer. ivho dle<; years ago, September 28, 1934. our family circle U broken I And the rolce wo love Is still. |A, plice i« vacant In our hearts I That no one can ever fill. Sadly missed by his Wife and Children 10-1-1 [ In lovinf memory of my belovrd bus snd. X.eonnd H. Thuss, who passed »«» ctober 2, .18*1. . Treasured thoughts of one so dear Often brine x solemn tear. Thou;ht< return to scenes long past, Time rolls oh, hut memory lastE. •'-Sadly missed by his wife, Mrs. Martha L. Thusi . • . 10-1- .7 N. Mechanic St. Phone 395 16 Moaiy DO YOU MEED MONEY? RADIOS bought, sold. Phone1600, ..: " 9-S-31t-T OSED ; : 317 .Virginia. • 1-4-tt-T SPENCER SUPPORTS, individually ' desleued. Phoue 3822-M... Alleta AUatriong Luchs. :.' . 8-1-tf-N « will pay vou PULL CEILING 'RICE that is allowed on your automobile. . NO ONE CAN PAY YOU MORE. So why wast* time arid ;ta. Bring your car or call us and get CASH on th» spot. All details attended to for you. Allen Schlosberg's Used Car Lot 838 North Mechanic Sr. Phone 4166-J DON'T FAIL To Contact Th» Leader Befort You Sell Your Used Car.' _ • v We Pay Top Dollar For .All Makes and.Models. EILER CHEVROLET Inc. il» N Mechanic St Phone 1« 4- —Repair*, tervtc* St*H*M BTJD & ED'S AUTO SERVICE 317 Henderson Av*. -Phone 37« HAROLD;S win;!««« rpv .*««., you can te:ur* • *|i*wktr« •« "«> articl* of valii*. : ' •'"•'•• •'• Quick, confidential loans mo«U ,»• watches, rifias, diomcndi, jurK, Uf- faje. cameras and radio*. . • • It will poy you to vUiJ H WOLD'S before you plae« your* valdabl* pio-' petty oi ttcuiiiy for a loan. Large trock of untedsemed m«rcJioii- di$t for »!• at Vi original colt. \ "HAROLD'S" Jewelers 4 Pawnbroker! N. Mechanic * B*ltljn«r« USED heatrbla", gcod : condition, : 105 OffiitfSt. .. , : ' 9-31-tI-N COAL CCOKINQ stov«; beds, Ubks, Write Box 321-JB, %'Times-News. -..' •'•'-'•; -,;.'•,•/ . 10-l-lwk-T THIS WEEK, good butter apples.." Bring containers •if- possible- "Iron's Mountain Orr •chard. 5 miles out" Williams' road, '•Phone 4004-F-21, • Consolidated Orchard Co. 1 . 9-21-tf-N TWO SEWING 4546. machines. Phone 9-28-lwk-N POTATOES Fruits and Vegetables HAGER'S Dependable Quality 832 N. Mechanic Si'. . •wt-Of-AII Corner .In Cumberland DUST BAGS for all vacuum cleaners, Sl.OO to $2.50. Pnone 3012-W. •-.'.. 9-24-lwk-T WOODEN MANTEL,; 4 ft. by 6 It. 9 Inch shelf. Phone 19G8-W. 9-28-li.vk-N JEWELERS . BROKERS Quick Confidential Loam on. All ., ...•/'• Atttcles 0*. Valu«" ' : ... HEAPQO ARTERS FOR .DIAMONDS Large Stock of Unredeemed • Pledges tor Salt /Including WATCHES • ; JiV/ELRY G U N S • LUG G 'A G f HIGHEST: PRICES PAID FOR OLD <3OLD Open Week-days to 6 P. M. -Saturday until 9'P. M. 33 Baltimore Si. , Phone 3770 We Have a Typ« For Every Roof 1C tO T/2C Per Squar* foot - Storm Sash. .from $3.18 up .' Sears Roebuck & Co 119 Baltimore St. — Phone 2432 Cumberland, Md. JOY. to carry mornln g he wspiper route on Washington and Fayette Sts. to Dingle'. Apply Times-News Circulation. Department. Phone 4600. v •"•• 9-23-lwk-N OAK-: .FLOORING IN STOCK AT PRESENT Select grade, end matched, $153.00 per tliousand. No. 1 common, $144.00 per thousand. OUR MANUFACTURE STOVE headquarters for over forty years. OH, coal, and gas Reinhart's. The Peoples Furniture Store, 17 Baltimore St. , 9-28-lwk-N Clear grade, $150.00 per thousanc Sound grade, $100.00 per thousnm BUCHANAN'LUMBER CO MONEY TO LOAN /nferesf 5% per Year Mt:KA:G'S 101 Williams St. Phone 3«2 WILL SELL cheap, occasional cliair and table, also mirror. Mrs. Morton Peskin, Dingle. Phone 485. 9-28-3t-T APPLES, $1.00 per bushel and tip. Louis Weber Farm, o Williams Road. miles out 9-28-St-T JUST ARRIVED, carload farm and field fencing, 26 inch to 6 ft. height, $5.35 to $15.95 per roll. Sears Roebuck & Co., Farm Dept., 119 Baltimore St. 9-2B-3t-T WE'LL make cider every Tuesday and Thursday weekly. Getz Cider Mill, Wellersburg, Pa. 9.-28-3t-T 17—For Rent ELECTRIC sewing-machines by the month. Phone 394, Singer Sewing Machine Co. 7-27-tf-T 4-12-tr-i i Sleeping rooms, day, weak, or month. Clean rooms, new management. Walton Hotel, 202 Baltimore Ave. 9-12-20t-N Each- Day I look il your picture And Memories flll my heart. Of the hours we spent together, Dear I'll love you tarever. £ven though you're lar awa> p . Nothing anyone can do or say Cmu ever tafce that longing Irom To be once more beside thce. Eleren years ago you left me To dwell hi heavet! or. high Life can no isr.icr lw thf =»n_ir Until I urn with you agsitn. In Memory to Mr. Arthur Squires uho front this earth eleven years ago . . - . MRS. ARTirnR aquiREa. B13 ilaryltnd Avr. .... . Oct. 1, U-T TIRES RECAPPED i And Repaired. New and O»d 19—Furnished ApartmenH Tlre«. : a o o d r.i c h CORNER cupboard and kitchen cabinet Phono Flintstone 112. 9-29-3t-N 549 K. CENTRE ST. PHONE II 1 31 _Help Wanted DISTRIBUTOR OR lood aatt, to coyer •. .Cumberland and *ur- roundlng countlts. Earnings paid on distributor or brokerage commissions. : . Non-competiUv? side line rib''objection.- Must 'comply with W. M. P. regulations. This is a permanent, connection. State full particulars in first letter. Reply by : letter only. Confidential. Levering Coffee Co. 105 South St.- Baltoi 2,.Md. . 9-29-3t-N If. M8*c»H»in»iM WORK, repairs. Phone 2M2-W. " 39-A—W«tch, Clock Repairs MAN WANTED for oil and grease rack. ; Good wages, steady advance. Good job for man who really wants' to work. See Mr. Smith; Qllsan's Oarage. •• 9-30-6t-N "Nt»camtT~ It itttt to t tmUr. . «»t> . OVt* «t -Xtvamm. Jeweiry - Watch Repair! Gifts and Loans NEWCOMER . : : 216 Vlrglnl* Ave. . $1—WMXW ta WILL BUY Cumberland fsUr A»so» elation atocV. Write Box 498-B, %' Times-News. »-25-tl-T 1937, 1938. or 1939 car in good -condition. Phone 2873-J. fl-28-St-T GOOD USED typewriter. .Phone Lonacontng 141-M. 9-29-3t-T ir u WANTED large china closet, reasonable. Phone .693-J. »-30-3t-N 40—Metal "WE DfFY THl DEFIANCE WEATHERSTRIP CO Frederick O, Haas. Phon* 30*3. 41—Moving, Storaga MAN to work in coal yard. , Phone 4167. '.. 9-30-tf-M 34—Salesmen Wanted MAN OR WOMAN WANTED for Rawlelgh Rout* of 1500 families in Cumberland, Mineral and North JOHN APPEL. transfer, local and loaf dlitane* moTlnf. AftnU for Orerran Line*. Inc. Phone 1S2! 4-U-U-l MOVING TO and from Baltimore. Phone 388. 6-16-tf-T Hampshire Counties, glnia. Write today. West Vir- Rawteigh's Dept. MDJ-33-SA, Chester, Pa. 10-1-lt TWO fur coats, size 14. 421 Broadway. 9-29-2t-T DAYRAD, radio tube checker, 114 Henvy St. 9-29-St-T APPLE PICKERS Wonted 80,000 Bu. Large Apples to be bar vested. Come on your days oS. Make from $8 to $12 day. Good camp, excellent food for regular boarders. • Phone 4013-F-I2 from 8 to 10 a. m. or from 7 to 9 p. m. CONSOLIDATED ORCHARD COMPANY Spring Gap, Md. SALESMAN WANTED Old established manufacturer offers opportunity to establish yourself in immediate postwar position. Advertising arid gift specialties. Weekly advance against earned commission. Air-mail reply to Kemper- Thomas Co., Cincinnati 12, Ohio. 10-l-2t-Sun. 42—Painting, PAPKRHANOINQ, Jo« Phone 621-J. BarnhiU 4-17-tf-N WANTED: Type writer, portable preferred. Write Box 318-B, % Times-News. 9-qO-3£-T GAS or eiectrlp range. Good condition. Call Chief Warmee, Navy Recruiting, 3511. lO-l-2t-6un.Mon S3—Wanted To Kmt WANTED—Three or four-room unfurnished apartment, private bath and garage, in good residential* section. Adults. Write Box.S03-B, % Times-News. S-Sfr-tf-N Pj'VE or sis-room house in city by October 15th. BOX 308-B, *i Times-News. fl-27-lwk-T INSIDE AND oufeid* p*lnUn«, floor sanding and reflnlihlng. Phonej 2480-M 3-14-U-U|THREE FIVE OR SIX-ROOM apartment, unfurnished, or six-room house, in good residential eection. Responsible couple, no children or peus. S25 reward for information leading to above, if rented. Writ* Box 309-B. % Times-News." 9-28-tf-N 43— Personals PEARS AND apples. Bring containers. Arthur Tichnell, near Bodkins Garage, McMullen Highway. 9-30-3t>N SMALL Ave. HEATROLA, 424 Grand 9-30-2t.-N _ Silvertown Stores 112 S. Centre. Phone flll. MODERN TWO. ' 10-10-tf-Ti room Automettv* .. , - . . - S1935 V-8 two-door sedan, A-i "running condition, 4 tires like new, actual mileage 41,000. , Inquire Larson's One Stop Service, opposite Post Office, Cresaptown. ' '• WE IUY ANCTSELL USED IUT NOT A3USED CARS \ Guliclc's-. Auto Exchange Centr* St. Phoc» 451« Thompson Buick ... Seme* On All Makit At fr«-Wnr Pricei PBOHE 1470 JOHNSON'S AUTO EXCHANGE Top Cash Prices Paid far Your Car • -A'lrc MAKE OR MODKl. " >7 H. Mechanic St. Phons 1331 TAYLOR MOTOR co WILL PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR Top OPA Ceilina Prices Paid S«ll Your Used Car Now And Help Ui Keep War Worker* In Transportation To And From Work, 'AYTON Sunoco Service. Washing, greasing. 65 Henderson Ave. 8-5-«-N ?—Baby. Chicks 'ULLETS, 4 Months Old, Barred Rocks, Barred Crosses, N. V H. Reds...- . Beautifully developed. BloodiesledV $1.50 each. 5 Month Old, begininwg-to-lay $1.75 each; 12; or more. Safe, arrival guaranteed/ U" 'deposit with order- Balance C.O.Dj Glen Oak Fo try Farms, Box 1388-R, Trenton, N. J. 10-1-lt three and ' four apartments, also single rooms by the week or month. Boulevard Apartments, Phone 2737. . 8-3-tf-T 20—Unfurnished .Apartments 408 S. CEDAR ST., 2 rooms, $13. Glenn Watson. .9-27-tf-N TWO APARTMENTS, centrally located. Apply Oscar 'Peldsteln, 147 Bedford St. • 9-3Q-3t-T THREE ROOMS, 316 Harrison St. 9-30-3t-T 1—Business Opportunities Become aii operator in a nationwide "chain" of big money-making home town outlets. Exclusive locations. No competition. No dull seasons. Start now and be .set fot postwar;.times. You must " have abotrt $3,500 cash to invest. Operators usually able to retire independent in a few years. Write today, for list of .established open- Ings lor sale, also complete free details and available new locations. Box 319-B, % Times-News. 10-1-lt 13—Coa! For Sato FOUR-ROOM apartment. Adults 518 N. Mechanic St. 10-1-lt-T PEACH WHITE diamond. Write Box 313-B % Times-News. 9-30-2t-N 40 RABBITS and pens,. Ray C. Kunble % Fred Miltenberger's, APPLE PICKERS. Picking by bushel, stripping trees. Make $6 to $12 perday. Apples large and trees very full. Camp for those TVho -wish board. Free moving pictures at camp each week. Part time workers and men with days off may make good money anc help save crop on our 235-acre orchard near Pinto. Call 4006-F-23 Appalachian Orchards, Inc. 9-30-tf-T Salesman for either farm or industrial trade by established outstanding manufacturer of roof coating. Maintenance, product— No priority needed. A staple with all best selling features of a specialty. A money-saving product. No cash investment. Full time men placing over 10,000 gallons annually. Material guaranteed and sold on 60 days terms direct to building owners. Our customers include many best known flans in America. This offer for local and nearby district. Requirements—Sales experience and good reference. Tlie American Oil & Paint Co., IF ITS WEALTH you desire, get the secrets and Sciences on how to attain it. Information free. Financial Success Council, 5271 Fountain, Hollywood 27. Calif. 10-1-lt 46—Radios, Service Rldgeley, Route 1. 9-30-3t-N NINE PIECE walnut dining,room suite. Phone 2-799-M. 9-30-2t-N ELECTRIC KELVINATOR refrigerator, price $140. Clark Sharpless, Kltzmiller, Md. Phone 741. 9-30-3t-N DARK GREEN coat, squirrel trim, size 18, practically new. Call 1227-M. 9-30-lt-T KOKEN beauty shop facial chair. . Phone- 2025.. . . .. " 9-30-tf 9915 Harvard Ave., Ohio. Cleveland 5, 10-1-lt RADIO TUBES For most model radios. Expert radio repairing. CAPITOL ELECTRONIC CO. 305 Baltimcu-e Ave. Phone 1225 9-29-lw-T 47—R«oi Estate Far S«!« DESIRABLE LOTS. Easy terms Popp Realty Exchange. 9-2-3 U-T CHOICE LOT, Park Heights. Phone or four-room furnished apartment for 4 people. Write Box 217-B, %• Times-News. 10-1-31-T 54—Situations PRACTICAL nurM» Phons 18«1-M. »-n-t£-K PRACTICAL NURSE to live in or out. Phone 1898-R. 10-!-2t-T Stock Market New Yort, Sept, 30. </Fj — T1\Q stock market today ended a generally good week and haphazard month with alrcrafts and specialties leading an extension of the advance which got under way in the preceding session. While many leaders failed to 4440, 9 to 5. or 2723-R, evenings. I work, up much steam, the aviations 9-28-lwk-N 32—Help Wanted—Female WANTED—Maid for housework, light laundry, and help care for baby. References required.. Good wages. Glen, 518 Washington 6t. POSTWAR OPPORTUNITY In Essential Work Today Satisfying-, independent sales work t liberal discounts for America's Idest manufacturer of precision earabie electronic hearing equipment, on receive valuable sales training! ^^' of Phone 3B42-J. • 9-19-tf-N GIRL for general housework and cooking. Small family.. Write Box 307-B, % Times-News. 9-27-4t-T 22—Furnished Room* TOMATOES, 50c bushel In field. Edgar Carpenter/ l'i mile nortli Hyndman. 9-30-lt-T NICE ROOM in private hoir.E;, meals optional. 214.Springdale St., near B. and O. 9-20-2W-N MODERN bedroom, lady, ton. 204 Ful- 9-U-tf-N SLEEPING ROOM, gentleman, 110 Harrison. 9-26-tf-N BEDROOM, near Court House, 20 N. Smallwood St. 9-27-tf-T MODERN BEDROOM, gentleman. Phone 1223-M. 9-27-tf-T BEDROOM, gentleman, 206 Harrison St. 9-28-tf-T TWO LIGHT housekeeping rooms also sleeping room. 425 Valley St. 9-23-4t-N NOTICE Poultryrnen and Stock Raisers. We can furnish you famous Kasco feeds la beautiful •presprint bags. Give them, a trial. Alleghany Feed and Grata Co., Knox St. Siding, Phone 2199. 9-30-2wks-T MEDIUM SIZED heatrola, like new, $22.50. 47 Greene St. 10-1-lt-T FRESH COW, first calf. Stephen Cesnick, Klondike,. Md. 10-1-lwk-T EVERGREENS. Savage Garden Nursery. Phone Mt. Savage, 3375 or Cumberland 2170-J. 10-1-3U-T ELDERLY LADY, take care of children and" house,' sleep in, 9 Blocker St., HiOgeley. B-27-5t-T WANTED girl for general housework, small family, good wages Call 2859-J or apply 812 Camden Ave. 9-29-tf-N t no cost, under guidance of established distributor. QUALIFICATIONS: Good sales jersonallty, enthusiasm, willingness o work hard, desire for indepen- Write Box 320B c/fo Times-News WOMAN or girl for general housework, nice home, good wages, 9 to B, five days week. Phone 29S8-R 9-29-3t-T HOUSEKEEPER wanted, two iu family. Phone 235-R. *',, Times-News. Box 316-B 9-30-St-N FRESH EGOS. J. L. Gellner, Phone 4025-F-15. 10-1-lt J.'RILEY beat big .vein coal. Phone 4167. 8-5-tf-T SLEEPING ROOMS for gentlemen. 30 N. Liberty, Apt. B-3. WAKEMAN COAL, big vein and stoker. Phone 4024-P-14. ••:•": • • ' • 7-9-tI-N JOE JOHN'S coal. Phone 1534. . . - 3-3-tt-T IIG VEIN AND STOKER ItpBlNETTE COAL CO. PHONE 3205 18 South Liberty 5t GOOD LUMPY coal Phone 2106. 6-2-tf-N SOMERSET COAL. Phone' 2666-J. Campbell BIG VEIN WLTZEL COAL CO GUARANTEED GOOD LUMPY coal. Phone 802-F-15. 8-31-31t-N an N. Ueciuwlo Phon* 396 YES! WEIL BUY YOUR CAR We Need All. Makes and Models THE CASH IS HERE FOR YOU ' AT ONCE OFT. JOP CEILING .'PRICE AT ELCAR SALES Headquarters For Trading Open D»y and Night j r-o pp . port Offlci; Phonii 344 CALORIC coal for heat circulators Phone 3220. 9-17-31t-T RUN OF MINE Phone 3220. coal and stoker 9-17-3U-T 9-29-St-T TWO furnished sleeping rooms with private bath. Apply 119 N. Allegany. ' . 10-l-3t-T DISMANTLING 1935 Dodge. For sale large heatrola, 39 Mary St. 10-1-lt-T EVERGREENS. . Ruthella Smouse Fey, Union Grove Road. GIRL for office clerical work, no shorthand required, some typing Apply by letter to Box 315-B % Times-News. Give telephone number. 9-30-2t-Sa.Su WANTED woman for genera housework. Bedford St. Phone 1763-R, 714 9-30-2t-> GIRLS who can sing, dance or pla) piano, over 18 years old. Write for full information, Box 3I4-B % Times-News. 9-30-It-T 10-J-lwk-T SLEEPING ROOM, suitable for two persons. Board optional. Phone 254-J. 10-1-lt 25—Unfurnished Rooms TWO MODERN adults, 3151-J. rooms, heated, 9-28-St-T 25—Room and Board ROOM and BOARD For Lady, Home Privileges. References Phone 780-R TILE BOARD for kitchen, bathroom, or play room. Only 30c square foot at Montgomery Ward's. 10-1-St-T 2 single barrell Shotguns, 12 gauge. Phone 3862-J or apply 217 Beall St 10-l-3t-T Fishing outfit,. Phone 3193-W. 10-l-2t-T WOMAN for general housework 8r30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. daily. Mrs Gordon Bowie, 506 Washington St 10-1-St-' 45-ACRE truck farm, near Twlgg- town. Small bungalow, outbuildings, lots fruit, immediate possession. Fred F. Stickley, Route 2. 9-26-lwk-T OPIE ANNAN. Real Estate, U7 S. Liberty St. 3457. 9-6-31t-T (FINEBUILDING lot on Pike in La-i Vale, 100x200 ft., situated 100 ft. west of residence of Dr. Teter. Price for quick sale reduced to $1,500. Wm. Somerville. Atty. at Law, Cumberland. Phone 1290. 36—Instructions TEACHKR of piano. Mary Louise Snyder, 36 Greene St. Phone 4522. 9-13-3U-N FOR BALLROOM dancing, call Lee Winter Studios, 1178-J. 9-19-3U-N LEE WINTER DANCE STUDIO were out in front at the start and the majority closed at or near the best of. the day with gains of fractions to a point or more. Turnover of 502,290 shares compared with 311,910 last Saturday and was the largest for a short stretch alnco July 22. At peak* for 1944 today were SEVEN ROOM brick, hard wood, Douglas Aircraft. United Aircraft, all modern. Dingle Uction. $1800. j Grumman Consolidated VuUee. Onie Annan a*." a.-jg-nt-T! H *>'« s Mfe-, Bucyrus-Erle, Arner__. , 'ican Sugar Refining, Montgomery Ward and Scar» Roebuck. Hayes Mfg. wns the liveliest mover, apparently lifted by word the company was negotiating for controlling interest in another manufacturing concern. Aviation Corp. was the next fastest shifter on the upside. Rails, steels, coppers and rubbers Improved on a more conservative basis, the carriers failing to enni- late their last-minute runup of Friday. In the curb modest plu* marks were attached to Cities Service, Cuban Atlantic Sugar and Wright Hargreaves. Tlie aggregate here was 155,875 shares versus 133,690 last Saturday. Rail loans generally added moderately to the week's gains in the bond market. Other corporate categories were steady in limited dealings. U. S. Government* moved in a. small range. totaled $3,923,000 MODERN 7 room frame. Phone 4167. 9-30-2t-SaJSu. ATTRACTIVE HOUSE, 55 Maple Ave., Keyser, W. Va., completely reconditioned and repainted, six rooms and bath, furnace, automatic hot water heater, full con. crete cellar, good garage, corner lot 40x150, S2500 down, balance as rent Immediate possession. Phone Keyser 23391. 9-30-lt-T BUILDING LOTS on state Route 28, 10 miles out. 50x300, *100 ; ?150. 120 Humbird St. 9-30-lt-T SMALL FARM, 35 acres, with room house ,nlso two 4-room houses each with 2 acres ground.] Transactions Christy Road, write O. B. Rice. Casadcl Ave., Baltimore 30. 1711 Md. S-30-.-Wk-T face value against $2,651,000 the previous Saturday. New York, quotations): Alleg Corp Wanter—Housekeeper, 3.in family, comfortable room provided. Good wages. Call 662. 10-1-U-T 33—Help Wanted, Mai* fl-30-lt-T 26—For Sale MiseeUaneaui The Hub Victory Center Is ready now with Christmas gifts {or those you love In military service. Tine Army oBlrer shirts. 53.95 to $3.35. Enlisted men'* fhlrts. »J.«5 to $4.95. Army soekt, 35c, 50c, and 65c. Bllppers for the birracks.. S.2.9S. Pocket games, $1.00. Cigarette cases, il.60. Cigarette TlndprooC lighters, Sl.OO to $5.95. Utility kits for toilet needs, rery hundy, 15.08. Wallets « a tllltold »nd e»rd case, 31.50 to S5.95. Shoe shine kite, Sl.OO to $5.00. Army and Navy sleeveless sis-cmers, $2.95 Co S3.95. Army ties, 65c to $1.00. Khokl handkerchiefs, 2Sc. Khaki shorts and shirts, 79e each. Overseas bores, lOc. THE HUB Army and Navy Goods 19 N. Centre St. Op«n Krrnlnri All Workcn (Subject to Priority Referral Must B« Refnrtd bi thi O. 8. Emplorment Senrlc*. YOUNG white man stoker, reference. 428 to attend Beall St. 9-29-3t-N Classes In Dancing Are Now Underway But There 1s Still Time To Enroll. Come see us Saturday between 11 and 4 and watch our dossil. Our Studio is conveniently located over the Darling Shop (entrance on South Centre St.) For -information phone any rfoy otter 4 p. m. 1178-J 9-27-U&Sun 37—Musical Inirrummt* 150 A. BARGAIN—$1.500 Bedford Cty. real bargain farm, excellent year round or hunting; Anl <j»n fruit orchard; 5-room bungalow i J"'^™ ""_" 3 yrs old, other bldgs.; taxes S20.'iAm Tni> B'" Write about 5309 BF. WEST'S; Am \vtr vm FARM AGENCY, Jesse C. G!Uon.l£\ RC[ °£ <u •; Rep., R.D. No. 2. Bedford, Pa.Ask| A vm Corp .. for free big Fall bargain catalogue. \s^k o^ IO-l-Ui c ^)._ Cor p'". BRICK dwelling, 228 BaHimorc|^^. 5fcc ° rp -Ave.. eight roonis. 2 baths, three-jcoi G * E . car block garage. Ideal for duplex,comi Crrd . or commerclnl. Price 'S6.aOO.jg_;^ j™^ •• Phone 3270. IQ-Mt-T'cnri-u-rt .'.'. FARM CATALOG. 100 Pag«w~bnr-| EI ''P O /A.- i,L' gains—many States. PR EE.lcsm Kirr Si-pt. 30 r.r. — (Cloalr.5 B'i 63'. DOMESTIC stoker coal, Shanholtz, 2249-Tl. 9-24-3H-T WOOD-COAL 1601-R. . delivered. Phone 9-24-31t-T WASHED, stoker coal and big vein coal, Greenpoint Coal Yard, Phone 3698-R. 9-26-3It-N Maytag Parts & Service Wringer Rolls, All Makes MILES APPLIANCE & SERVICE 31 N. Mechanic St. . Phone 848 BIG VEIN coal. Phone 8S3-R. . 9-28-3H-T 15—Eltxtrk Work, FixturM Factory Service • Bendix • Kelvinotor • General Electric Cumberland Electric Co.! 137 Virginia Are., Phon» 619 DRESSED RABBITS, delivered. Phone 2S63-W. 6-1-tf-N SMART FORM foundations, surgical belts, SPSS, noons, 2-5. Phone 3026 nftcr- 9-11-tf-T DO YOU KNOW that we nandle everything in the notion line? Singer Scwlns Mnchlne Co. 6-26-U-T ASPHALT ROOFING, 1 ply 98c; 2 ply, $135; 3 ply, Jl.85. Liberty Hardware, Phone 550. 9-15-U-T EVERGREENS — Savage Garden Nursery. Phono Mt. Savage 3376. or Cumberland 2170-J. 8-1-3H-T ELECTRICAL WORK MOTOR repairing, wiring and fixtures.' Queen City Electric Co- 158 Frederick St. Phon* 117. -...-•• 6-6-U-N ,6—Money To Loan MO/VFYf ON IV1U1W~,I 1 OF .. a«rt<Ucnit<l M»ren»n<jl»«. Birt»ro« Cumberland Loan Co. M. M««>i>nl« Fhon* MT-M FARM EQUIPMENT Oletrac agricultural tractors are available. Let' us help you make application befort quota b ex hausted. STEINLA MOTOR COMPANY 218 & Mecbntiio f hono 4550 Of the five leading dairy breeds of cattle, 42% are Jerseys — there must be a reason. FOR SALE Jersey Bulls, calves and serviceable age. From fine utldercd dames. Good enough to help most herds In this part of tlio -country. The only pure bred Jersey herd In AHegany County. THE JEFFERSON FARM Westcrnport, Md. Phone 3761, evening'. 10-1-U-T FURNITURE bargains, stoves, fl tures, gin-M booths, etc. Selling out. 72 N. Mcehnnic. ' 3^2-3U-T COCKEIl . and . Sprlngrr spaniels puppies, Champion bloodline* Harold Meek, Vnlc Summit, Phone Frostblirg 807-F-23. D-22-tf-T 28-A—Florist* Funeral Flowers RenRoy Gardens LaVole Phone 3960-W Funeral Floors BOPP'S 75 Baltimore St. Phont 2552 Needed By Cumberland War Industry Manufacturing truck tires TJit most critical war material produced in this area TIRE BUILDERS MILL OPERATORS HEATER MEN TIRE REPAIRMEN UNSKILLED LABOR No txpericnct requr'red— training under competent instructor! Good Pay—48 Hour Work Week Earn $33 to $42 Per Week While you Learn Write or Apply to KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRE COMPANY or U. S. Employment Scrvlca Cumberland, Md. LOST: Black and tan 8 months hound pup, scar on left side of neck. Phone 2623-M. Swishers, 338 Virginia Ave. Reward. 9-28-3t-T LOST: Between Maplesicie or on Virginia Ave. about $80. Finder I Phone 20I9-M. Reward. fl-28-3t-T LOST—$5—one 1363-W. Join the School Band and Orchestra with instruments Irom The Music Shop -7 3. Liberty St. Phone 3230 STROUT REALTY. 1427-AJ Land Title Bldff., Phlla.10. Pa. HM-lt Fr.ocls 4', 37', A3 House with 2 apartments, 2 baths ,,„, 8 Arch St. 10-l-3t-T Int Nick 48—Roofing, Spouting Ottyr TAR 4B'i Grry'd Corp 31 1 * 1m HHTV , IPTi 30' p . Tni Paper Prd B4 l j Int T iV T 18!. isr- o 63'. 40' j 8—Lost- and Found ROOFING, spouting, sheet work, warm air heating, air c dltioning. Call Twigg 3362-R. 1 11 tf H''N 1-ll-l.l-H } O Kcnn Cop ............. 34'» il.ll. O-F Ol ... ......... 8J>, metal (Menu w«rd , .......... 53 in'. :Ncrl A; Wrs 503* 1 * Vfn.«-Ill Ol SS 1 ^ NEW ROOFING, repairing. paint-; P "n n R R ".'.'.'."'.'.'.','.', SB'! ing roofs. Phone 3083-W. ;rroc A- o.tnb sis 51 —Wonted To Buy dollar bills. Phone 9-29-3t-T LOST—BLACK pookctbook in Murphy's, containing ration books, check book, keys, money. Phone Frostburg 284-J. Reward. 10-l-2c-T SEWING MACHINES—Will pay up to $35 for Singer Drophead ma- ..'Q"?,-/ chines and up to $100 for Slngei TPS CD Electrics. Singer Sewtag Center, -umon c 77 N. Centre St. Opposite Clty'^^ nA , f Hall. Phone 394. 9-1-tf-N ' iRrp 811 1» Sri-Ilor S9 1 . I.So Pac 5B' ( ".Sou R»v 36'» H Brandu 20!i 54 U S Rub tr e sti 35'., IS'w lO'j S3'. 31 'V 49'. ' IV Vt lWf»l LOST—Ladins billfold, Social Security and release. Eva Nellie Irwln. Salisbury, Pa. 10-l-2t-T LET ONE CALL SELL IT ALL iw«t m * *«, r caah for used furniture »nd!^ rth '^ appliances. Let us give you »n estl s§> 13' . 45' .104 19 Wit US 43'i mate. 39—Mi»ce!laneo*» 79 N. Centre St. Phone 2732-Wi On|( WMk Btt on! _, Jte . _..,, __.„__, pt, — ; TTT jlcopj 05c; On« week Ete. to BUD. Ht: Sun. HIGHEST cash prices paid for good | rsme* p«r copy ioc. . used furniture. Home Furnish- WELDING All types. Acetylene »nd Are Anything • Anytime • Anyplace H. & S. P1umbing& Heating Co. Authorized Dealers fi Airco Gtscs *nd Eqaipmeut Polk Street Phone 3040 BLOCK LAYING, cement work, W. A. McKinney. 148 Bedford St. Phone 3013-W, 3485. l T W-tf REFRIGERATION, washer, repairs. • General Repair ehcp, 43 Henderson Ave. Phono 3978-R, 4-7-tf-N FIVE .WELL bred pupplM, mostly fox terrier. WiU give to anyone who can give them H good homo Apply ftt ihe lOiliifcl ;HnyjiUci Sonitarlmn. i 10-1-H Prices Furniture Exchange Evening and Sunday Times WCKKL.V BtTBSCRIPTJON RATES 8T uai-u tu<uii.uiu. »»-...- - » MATL 6DB5CJUPTJOH RATES ing Corp» 128 Bedford fit. Phone M sutjcripuoni P»T«OU i» *d7»nc»—A« 3941-R 8-6-tf-T R«mltt»nc« Shoultf Be S«nt hy Vonej Order. Chtclc or Rejiilsrcd M»U- Scrap Iron, Metals WANTED HIGHEST PRICES Beerman Auto Wrecken F\rH, Second Third «nd rourtb PoiUI Zonu ion« month E« onlf BBc: Bli moi. «t«. only (640: On* reir Er*. only 118.80; On* (month Sun. only *0c; On« mo. t«, * .Sun. II.SS; 81i mo. Kr«. ft Sun. IT.MJ 'One yr. Er«. ft Sun. «I5.00: SU mo. »u«. {only »r«0. I Pidh, Siitl. Seventh >nd D«ti(h 163 Wlneow St Phone 3270] Po«ui Zoiie« • ——'on» mo. ere. only »!.«; Bl« mo. WANTED—Rabbits, < pound* up Shobers' Restaurant, Phone 825. B-l-U-N MODERN five or six room bungalow, on or nenr bus line. Write Box 311-B, % Times-News. 9-29-lWk-N onlj tl.M: On« onl ) f Onl mo. Sun only 4ic; On* mo. crt, it )t.e5; an mo. ETC. A son. »l.«0: oni nu Cti. tt San. f 1».W: Bl> no. Sun, only »i.70, Qtnilct Men'* rmU »oy P 1 '" IB d aundty v«rl«, rh« Evening Tlmu and 8and«y Tlnu **i <umt no «D«nol»t r»«pon«l>liny for «y»»j fr»ph1c*l errori In »d;«rtlim»U.. bm win ,' 't oHni th«i p*rt. ot_«» «dT«rU»tm«il» _ ____ _______ FURNITURE, stoves, Household «p- plinnces. Highest e..h pric« i jj.* «• Phone 4187. Atlcgnny Furniture !„,„.. i.._., 4 , t ..if 9 j . a . Store, 628 Virginia Avs. 8-1-tf-N mrcur.

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