SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1944 . How To Have A Suitable Funeral , At Low Cost v "Phone 1454 KiGHT FUNERAL HOME 306-311 Decatur St. In Memorlam In lovlnff remembrance o£ our dear hv.^bfciid and father, Joseph P. Smith. who departed this life October 16, 18«. Your gentle' tace and patient smile, with sadness "»'« rocall. You hnd a kindly word tor each And died beloved by ell. Sadly missed by his WUe and Children 10-15-U 2—Auramattv* Cas/i For Your Car All Models . Taylor Motor Co. 117 N. Mechanic St. Phone 385 Used Cars Bought and Sold STOKAGE & -SERVICE THE M-G-K MOTOR CO Z2I Glenn St. . Phom 2300 DON'T FAIL To Contact The Leader Before Yoi/Sell Your Used Car. , . . We Pay Top Dollar For All Makes and Models. EILER CHEVROLET Inc. Jl» N. Mechanic St Fhon* 141 Car Owners We Will Pay You the FULL CEILING PRICE That is allowed on your i automobile No One Can Pay You More ' Why Waste Time and Gas Cash On Tfie Spot ! -' -" » A Hen Schlosberg's Used .Ccr Lot '838 N. Mechanic St. Phone 4166-J Speed's Garage » M. G«brt« St. Pfaoe* Ml Wfc IUY AND SELL USED / , «UT NOT ABUSED CA*S Guliclc's Auto Exchange OS S. Centra St. PhoM 4511 r; JOHNSON'S ; AUTO EXCHANGE Top Cos* fricts faid Foi Yout Cat ANY MAKE OB MODEL Ml M, Uechinle St. Phorto 7311 Thompson Buick Stoke On All Mak«t At Pre-War Pricei . - PHONK I«70 . 1938 61 Overhead Harley Davidson Motorcycle, excellent condition. 25 Mullen St., Mapleside. . 10-15-31-T 1841 Dodge truck, 2 speed differential and hydraulic hoist, 8 yard dump. Phone 3205 or apply 18 S. Liberty. 10-15-Gt & Su 4—Kepafrt, Service SraHoM BUD if ED'S ADTO SERV1CK 311 Henderson Ave. Phono 3744 TOMMY'S BODY SHOP JOOtt UNION SPECIAL For 30 days we wfll reflnlsh' your car *t pre-war prices. Winter 1* almost here. PHONE 3416-W ' 9—Baby Chicks 100%-Bloodtested Baby Chicks. All Breeds. — $10.95 per 100. Penn Hatcheries Outlet, 1417 W. Girord Ave., Phila. 30,.Pa. ' 10-15-lt PULLETS, 4 Months Old, Barred Rocks. ' or Rock-Red Crosses, Beautifully developed. Blood• tested. $1.50 each. 5 Month Old t $1.75 each; 12 or more. Safe arrival guaranteed. Yt deposit with order — Balance O. O. D Glen Oak Poultry Farms, Bos ' 1388-R, Trenton. N. J. 10-15-lt MONEY! Pmi»dii»H Utnt Cumberland Loan Co. Articles Of Biigalns in vibre'deemed WsCch Repairing JOHN NEWCOMER 215 VirtinU Ave. Formerly of the. Hamilton Watch Co. Cold vealb*r ;ne«da for plaid ntnne] ablrti »!.*»; boys' b!o» wool M«lton lulccU.«I.>8; b*yV. (lo«ertlp n- ver&ablg . coats' »».»!; boTi* piald. VOQ! macUotvi »S.9I to IH.ti; boy»' torduroy on« junta >3.W; bajFi 1 rlbbtd :unioo «lti 11.71; boyi' -cbool iwt^ttn »IA« to U.H; boyg' iihool «ho«» VJh«lfr. will (land th« wtar— meaiured to Jit fjroiur .-le«t »>.H to U.H; boys' leather Mektti at -.yerj good value 110.95. Boya* tconU ibo« for ttu ., I2.9B.. . .. •• Army o It K. Ctatra SI. DO YOU NEED MONEY? x HAROLD'S will Ie» you men nw» you can t*;ut» tltcwkcra •* My article of «a(u*. Quick, confidential ham triad* M vatchti, ring], diamond!, fluiw, hif gage, camera! and radios. lr will' pay you to visit HArtOLW befar* you place your raluabl* fn- . perty ai security for a loam. •' Large stock of URf«d«cm*d mtrclMft- dlM for sail at Vi original cost "HAROLD'S" Jtwtlers & Pawnbrokers KOKEN beauty "sh! ' Phone 2025, '•.'••-• Garner N. Mechanic Sic. la Cumbtilant * flilttnnr« 52Kj^ai? ^s 1 ^®? 5 ?*" *-^S s&iffiita^ggiss,',® 17—For Rent 'i'HKEE LARGE office rooms, heat furnished, 1 N. Liberty St. Phone 433. 10-4-tf-N ELECTRIC sewing machines by the month. Phone 394, Singer Sewing Machine Co., 77 N. C .itre Sk 10-7-tf-N II—Business Opportunities FOB SALE: Restaurant doing good business, good- location, five minutes walk from Baltimore St. If desired could rent seven-room flat. Box 348-B, % Times r Ne\vs. - 10-14-3t-T FRUIT, produce and seafood store. Will sacrifice. Owner leaving town. Apply 210 Virginia Ave. Phone 1489. 10-14-lt-T MODERN TWO, three and four room apartments, also single rooms by the week or month. Boulevard Apartments, Phon« 2737. 8-9-tf-T TAYLOR MOTOR CO jy/LL /M F ,,. YOU CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR Top OPA Ceiling Prices Paid Sell Your Used Car Now And Help Us Keep War Workers In Transportation To And From Work. •17 N. Mechanlo YES! WEIL BUY YOUR CAR We Need All Makes and Models' .THE CASH IS : '.' . HERE ; £OR YOU. 1 AT "ONCE GET TOP CEIUNG PRICE AT",.. ELCAR SALES Headquarters For Trading Ot«n Day and NIsh'f ' C>PP. Port'onto, piioo» S4H -937, Charles.Poy. : Mt. Savage, Mt). 10-14-2t-N Ave. • » » 330 ' 10-14-31-T TEXAS PINK Granite Quarries and plnnt, operated since 1883. This granite always in demand. Other business properties, ranches for sale in TJ.S.A. and Mexico. William A. Nclgut, Center Point, Texas. 10-15-lt 13—Cool For Sol* J. EILEY best big vela coal. Phone 4167. 8-5-tf-T WAKEMAN COAL, big vein Mid stoker. Fhone 4024-F-l*. 7-B-tf-N »IG VfIN ROBINETTE COAL CO. PHONE 3205 18 South Liberty St. GOOD LUMPY coat Phone 2106. ••.-...•. ... fr-2-tf-N SOMERSET COAL. C a fn p b e 11. Phone -2666-J. 7-17-3rho-N SIQ VEIN WBTZEL COAL CO. PHONE 818 CALORIC coal for heat circulators Phone 3220. 9-17-31t-T RUN OF MINE coal and stoker. Phone 3220. 9-17-31t-T DOMESTIC stoker coal, Shanholtz, 2249-R. 9-24-Slt-T WOOD-COAL delivered. Phone 1601-R. 9-24-3H-T WASHED stoker coal and big vein coal. Greenpolnt Coal Yard, Phone , 3698-R. " ' 9-26-3U-N BIG VEIN coal. Phone 853-R. D-28-31t-T TWO bedrooms, kitchenette, No children. Apply 159 Bedford St. 10-13-3t-N MEYERSDALE big vein. Peterbrink, 18I5-J. 10-i-tf-N CLITES BEST big vein, stoker. Phone 1590. 10-11-Slt-N SOMERSET stoker, run of mine. Prompt dnlivery 3745. IO-12-3H-N AYERS STOKER COAL Order now. Phone 3300 10-15-tf-T 15—Electric Work, Fixtures Factory Service • Bendix • Kelvinafor • General Electric Cumberland Electric Co. 137 Virginia AY«., Phone 619 , ELECTRICAL WORK MOTOR repairing, wiring and fixtures. Queen City Electric Co. 158 Frederick St Phono 117. 16—Money To Lorn JEWELERS PAWN BROKERS Quick Confidential Loam on All . . - . . Articles of Valu* . HEADQUARTERS TOR PIAMOKDe . Large Stock ol Unredeemed Pledges for Salt Including WATCHES • JEWELRY GU N.S, • LtlGG AC I HIGHEST PRICBS PAID FOR OUD OOU> • Open Week-days to 6 P. Ad. Saturday until Q p. M. 33 Baltimore St. PhantlTfO MONEY TO LOAN /nferesf 5% per Year McKAIG'S 101 Wliiiums St. . or brtng your oiaw- iflcd Ad Jn M Inte «5 10 p. m. lor '. publication in Tho New* or Sunday Times the following morning and M Jat« u .11 a. m. for The Evening Times tho «ame day. HEATED GROUND floor office, 'central. Phone 4217-J. 10-15-3t-T 19—Furnished Apartment* MODERN two rooms, private entrance, adults, Apply 222 Grand Ave. Phone 3755-J. 10-12-tf-T KITCHEN, bedroom and private bath. 462 Baltimore Ave. 10-U-21-N 2*—FuraHure, StovM O8ED «17 Vlrftnl*. COAL STOVES, oil stoves, gas stoves,' Relnhart's. The People's Furniture Store, 17 Baltimore St. _/__,-' 10-11-lwic-N THilHUB 30—anMfa»t tT«»Uf« NOTICE Poulirymert : and Stock Raiser^' 'W« can furnUh you lannjUirKasco feeds In beautiiui pre«print bags. 'Giv« them a trijil/'-" Alleghany Feed and Grain /Co.;, Knox St. Sidiny, Phone 2199. '•' • • .. . 9-30-2wks-T facial chair. 9-30-tf-T COCKER and Springer spaniel puppies, ready now. Others for Christmas. Harold Meek, Vale Summit, Phone Frostburg, 807-F-23. 10-10-tf-N OFFICE EQUIPMENT •'. On». cabinet for storing stationer;, IS. One double d«jV. oak, *10. One standing type desk; |5. One filing cabinet, 15. One swivel desk chair. $1,50. BUCHANAN LUMBER CO. 549 N. CENTRE BT. PHONE WO EVERGREENS. • Savage • Garden Nursery. Phone Mt. Savage, 3376 or Cumberland-2170-J, 10-1-3U-T A BEABTJPOL AND. PRACTlCAli - CHRISTMAS GIFT OAK FLOORING LAY THE NEW OVER THE OUD !el«t grade J153 j>er thousand feet No. 1 common .... 1144 per thousand («tt OUR MANUFACTURE Clear grade »150 per thousand (ee*. Sound grade 1100 per thousand feet BUCHANAN LUMBER CO. CLOSING OUT all antiques. 6 Harrison *"• •^-- i -- •" j 10-3-31t-N NEW and used furniture, 107 N. Centre St. r 10-3-31t-T RADIOS, bought, sold, repaired. Phone 1600, 114 Henry St. 10-3-3U-T SMART FORM foundations, surgical belts, $655. Phone 2026 afternoons, 2-5. 3-11-tf-T FURNITURE, fixtures, selling out. 72 Mechanic. 10-S-3H-N IP YOU HAVE extra capital or, are already in the loan business, try ah advertisement by the month or on contract under classification sixteen. Money to Loan. Give classified advertising a try for a month or two, it will soon prove its worth. RIVER CORN in shock. Call 1079. 10-7-lwk-N 31—Help Wanted PEARS for sale, 923 Bedford St. 10-7-Bt-T APPLES, all hand picked, Sac bushel; ^?l potatoes, 5Be pk.; B-grade potatoes, 35c pk.; ffw elder by gallon; fresh fruits and vegetables. Watldns' Market, 28 N. Centre St. ' 1-10-lwk-T TWO 50 tubes steam radiators. 41 Inches long, 27 Inches high. Call 4600. 10-11-lwk-N RABBITS and hutches. Phone 534-R. 10-12-3t-T HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 8 Arch St. IO-12-3t-T BABY carriage $15. Phone 4038-F2 10-13-3t-N THREE-BOOM heated apartment, 1404 Virginia Ave. 10-14-3t-T TWO ROOMS, 1011 Virginia Ave. 10-14-tf-T 20—Unfurnished Apartment* THREE-ROOM private apartment, gas, electric, heat furnished, semiprivate bath' and entrance. $30. Cresaptown. Phone 402T-F-H. 10-8-lwk-T THREE-ROOMS, LaVale, modern, private entrance, hot -water heat, adults. Phone 3I17-W. 10-14-tf-T TWO modem heated rooms. Phone 3151-J. 10-14-3t-T FOUR ROOMS, bath, heat and hot water, adults, II Frederick St. 10-14-3t-T THREE rooms, bath, private entrance. Phone 3171-W. 10-15-tf-T 22—Furnished Rooms SLEEPING ROOM, gentlemen. 30 N. Liberty, Apt. B-3. 10-8-Slt-T APPLES- and pears. Frank Stude- nick, CorriganvUle. Phone 886J-2 10-14-2t-N HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 233 Henderson Ave. 10-11-tf-T TWO housekeeping rooms. Call after 6 p. m., 32Q Columbia St. 10-U-tf-T GENTLEMAN roomer, 20 N. Chase. 10-13-5t-N BEDROOM for rent, 112 S. Liberty. 10-14-lwk-T TWO two-room apartments, bath, heat, adults, 206 Oak St. 10-14-tf-T ONE NICE housekeeping room, sink, refrigerator. Adults. 147 Polk. 10-15-twk-T 26-—For Sale Miscellaneous DRESSED RABBITS, Phone 1212-WX. delivered. 6-1-tf-N Maytag Parts & Service Wringer Rolls, All Makes MILES APPLIANCE & SERVICE 31 N. Mechanic St. - Phone 845 ASPHALT ROOFING. 1 ply 98c; 2 ply, $1.35: 3 ply, $1.85. Liberty Hardware, Phone 550. fl-15-tf-T FARM EQUIPMENT Cletrac agricultural tractors are available. Let us help you make application befor* quota is exhausted, > STEINLA MOTOR COMPANY 218 S. Mechanic Phone 2550 USED heatrola, good condition. 105 Offutt St, B-21-tJ-N HAGER'S Closed this week 832 N. Mechanic St. Dependable Quality READY THIS WEEK, good Bpple- butU:r apples. Bring containers if possible. Iron's Mountain Orchard, 5 mllM out Williams road. Phone 4004-F-21, Consolidated Orchard Co. . 9-21-'ci-rf DO YOU KNOW that we everything to the) notion ita«T Singer Sewing Machln* Co. «-3«-K-T SPENCER SUPPORTS, individually designed. Phon« 3«22-M. AJlet* Allamong LucUs. 9-I-tt-N SINGER drop-head, Singer tftilbr- ing, Singer shoe machines. Phone 4546. 10-H-lwlc-N TABLE MODEL, 16 tubes, Midwest radio, practically new. $75 Maryland Hotel. 10-13-3t-N FINE selection, floor model radios 114 Henry St. • 10-13-3t-N ONE COMPLETE sandwich grill and bun steamer In cabinet, 5 foot floor case. Phone 3199-W. 10-13-it-N HORSE, 7 years old and colt 6 months old. John Simpson, Mt Savage. 10-13-3t-N ELECTRIC furnace .controls. Phone 1235. 10-13-lw-T APPLES, 50o and up per bushel Louis Weber' Farm, 5 miles out Williams Road. . 10-13-31-T KENTUCKY Black Squirrel horse full mane, bridle and saddle, $250 complete. Contact W. W. Bailey Romney, W. Va.," Phone 37-W. '• 1Q-13-31-T KINDLING and Phorve 47-W-2. furnace • wood 10-13-31t-T IRON SAFE, 51x40x32. J. W. Ritchie Phone 3232-J. 10-14-lwk-N NANNY GOATS, Charles Foy, ; Mt Savage, Md. 10-14-2t-N METAL BED, 604 Maryland Ave. 10-14-3t-T BAY MARE with harness, $40 Phone 2121-W. . " 10-14-3t-T T\VO PUREBRED Hampshire yearling rams, $20 each. S. C Mllleson & Sons. 10-I4-2t-T STRICTLY fresh eggs. J. L Gellner, Phone 4025-F-15. 10-H-U-T ODD \VINDOW FRAMES One-half price. Look them over. BUCHANAN LUMBER CO. S<« N. CENTRE ST. PHONE 1270 GAS RANGE, frigidnire. Phone 2785-W. . 10-15-2t-T ELECTRIC percolator, electric grill, coal heating stove, dresser, utility cabinet. Near Acme Service Station, Ballon. 10-15-lt LADY'S fur trimmed coat, size 38 430 Valley St. 10-15-lt-T BLACK caracul coat, size 18. 422 Greene St. Phone 92. 10-15-3t-T SIX GRAVE lot, Greenmount. 16 East St. JO-15-U BED complete, Phone 3391-R. 10-15-tf-T TWO automobile heaters, bus body rabblt dogs. John Merrbaugh Lonaconlnf*, Md. 10-15-lt ANTIQUES, buttons, china, dolls bells, glass, primitive museum pieces. Tuesday 6:30 to 10 p. m Hotel Queen City ball-room. Many items of interest in antiques. 10-15-U FOR SALE good work horse, *40 A. D. Snyder, Route 28, one mile from Ridgeley, W. Va. 10-15-3t-T COMBINATION- range, coal and gas, electric refrigerator, kitchen cabinet, Prlma washing machine steamer trunk, two beds complete hall rack, piano, other household furnishings. Call 314 South St 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Monday nnd Tuesday. 10-15-2t-Su.Mon HEATROLA nnd piano, cheap. 33! Virginia Ave. 10-15-lt-T 28-A—flori*t« Funeral Flowers RenRoy Gardens Funeral ( Flowers ( BOPP'S 75 Iflttlw***, St 25*2 l-«-tf-T •««t-Ot-AH ROLL ROOFING We Hcvc G Typ« For Every Roof 1C tO 2 ] /2C FM- S^Btjr*) F*»t t Storm Sash from $3.18 up j 4 Sears Roebuck & Co 78 Baltimore St. — Pbons 2432 Cumberland. Md. 49 N. CENTRE ST, 1770 INSULATE YOUR HOME rock wool. Cut this winter's fuel bill as much as 30%.. Montgomery Ward & Co. 10-13-3t-N MEN NEEDED By Cumberland War Industry Manufacturing Truck Tires TIRE BUILDERS MILL OPERATORS HEATER MEN SERVICE LABOR NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Regular Attendance Necessary Jobs Have POST-WAR Possibilities GOOD PAY $33 to $42 Per Week While You team Write or Apply to KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRE COMPANY or U. S. Employment Service Cumberland, Md. APPLE PICKERS Wonted 80,000 Bu. Large Apples to be harvested. Come on your days off. Make from $6 to ?12 day. 3ood camp, excellent food for regu- ar boarders. Phone 4013-P-12 from 8 to 10 a. m or from 7 to D p. m. CONSOLIDATED ORCHARD COMPANY Spring Gap, Md. WANTED APPLE PICKERS 15c per bushel* miles West of Pow Pay/ GOLDEN-ROSSELL CORP. 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 firms in America. This offer for local and nearby district, Requirements — Sales experience and good reference. The American Oil & Paint Co., 9915 Harvard Ave., Cleveland 5, Ohio. 10-15-lt 10-8-lwk-T 32—Help W«nt*d—FemoU Wanted—Beautician, good salary. Virginia Larry Beauty Salon, 135 S. Liberty St. lO-8-t£-Sun-T RELIABLE girl or woman wanted for general house-work, $15 week. LaVaJe. Live in or out. Phone 1459 10-ll-4t-N COOK. Good wages, preferably live in. Write Box 343-B. c;o Times- News. 10-U-tf-N WANTED: Cook for small family, good wages. Mrs. Annie R. Dickey 218 Washington Et. IO-11-lwk-T SEAMSTRESS, good salary, steady work. Apply Concord Factory Showroom, 313 S. Mechanic St in Footer BldR. See Mr. Hoffman 10-11-tf-T GOOD HOME cook. Restaurant experience not necessary. Snyder'S Dairy Sip, opposite Allegany .Hospital. 10-14-2t-N EXPERIENCED maid. References necessary. Two in family. Good wages. -Mr. R. Millholland, 218 Washington St. 10-13-3t-N PRACTICAL NURSE. Phone 4Q34-F-12. 10-14-tf-T WANTED beautician at once, money no object. Max's, 15 N. Liberty St. 10-I5-3t-T WANTED experienced cook for night work. Top -wages with day off every week. Apply in person, State Restaurant, 48 N, Centre St. 10-15-3t-T 3OOK pastry or general, with fountain experience. Write P. O. Box 705. 10-15-2t-Su.Mon. MIDDLE AGED woman, cnre for two children while mother works. Apply 210 Virginia Ave. 2nd floor. _____ 10-15-lt-T 33—Help Wanted, MaU AD Warkfri BuB]«; to Priam; Keten&l Mujt B« Rtfemd by Uw tt a Kmplojmtnt Service. CLOTHING salesmen. Good salary, steady work. Apply Concord Factory Showroom, 313 S. Mechanic St., In Footer Bldg. Sec Mr. Hoffman. 10-13-tf-N ELDERLY man for night porter and clerk. Maryland Hotel. IO-13-31-N BOY to carry Morning News, Virginia Ave. below subway. Apply Times Circulation Dept. Phone 4600. 10-13-tf-N APPLE PICKERS. Picking by bushel. 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 help save crop or our 235-aero orchard near Pinto Call 4006-F-23. Appalachian Orchards, Inc. 10-3-tf-N 16 to 55, good salary. Inside store work. 48 hour week. Write Box 348-B, % Tinws-News. 10-I3-2t-T GROCERY store needs mnn for delivery and store work. Write Box 349-B, % Times-News. 10-15-21-T 3J—H**p W BOY to carry morning newspaper route in LaVale. Apply Times- News Circulation Dept., Phone 4600. 10-15-tI-T WELDING All typ**, Ap«tyl.«» met An Anything • Anytime • Anypbwa H. & S. Plumbing & Heating Co. Authorit+d Dttltrt it Airco Gttes utd Rquipm»at 121 Polk Street Phone 1040 JOHN APPKL transfer, local and iooc diatanc* moving. Agent* for Orerran LinM. Inc Phone 1823 34—Salesmen Wanted SALESMEN WANTED Old established manufacturer offers the largest line of resale, gift, advertising specialties and exclusive calendar line in the country; our salesmen earn from $4,000 to $10,000 yearly, weekly advances against earned commissions; airmail reply, giving full information to Kemper-Thomas Co., Cincln- naU 12, Ohio. 10-15-2t-Suns. 36—Instructions TEACHER of piano. Mary Louise Snyder, 36 Greene St. i-hone 4523 9-13-31t-N FOR BALLROOM dancing, call Lee Winter Studios. 1178-J. 9-19-3It-N GIRLS - WOMEN BE A PRACTICAL NURSE BIG DEMAND — HIGH WAGES High school not necessary. Easy to learn In spare time. Ages 18 to 60. War detrmnds have caused big shortage. Prepare now for this interesting, profitable and patriotic work. Write lor FREE information. Wayne School of Practical Nursing, 353-B % Times-News. 10-15-2t-3un.Mon 37—Musket Inttrammtt Join the School Band and Orchestra with Instrument* from The Music Shop 3-7 S. Liberty St. . Phone 3230 THE VIOLIN SHOP—repairs, bow hairing, ill Bedford St. n-H-U-Sundays THE VERT? FACT that BO many people uso the Times-News want ads. the fact that more than five thousand single ads are run every month Is conclusive proof ol their result-getting properties. 38—Lost and Found LOST fox fur neck piece. Call 1065-M. 10-13-2t-T LOST small navy blue pocketbook in Liberty Trust. Reward If returned to Times Office. 10-13-tf-T LOST—Two boxes of merchandise from bus between . Cumberland and Frnnklln, W. Vn. Reward if returned to the Evelyn Shoppe, Phone 336. JO-14-31-N t,OST—Two rabbit dogs. Reward if returned to Carpenter Bros., Frostburg. . 10-14-3t-N LOST: Bunch of keys in or near Fort Hill Stadium. Reward. Phone 3027-R. 10-14-lt-T LOST identification brncelet, corner Baltimore and Liberty Sis. Serial number 33904981. Return to Marshall W. Boone, 209 Potomac St. or Call 4426-J. . 10-15-lt BLOCK LAYING, txs»nt work, W A. UcKlnney, 148 Bedford St Phpn* S013-W, M8S. 1-38-tf-T REFRIGERATION, WMher, repalns CMnertl Repair Shop, *3 Bender- con Ave. Phone S9T8-R. OARPENTEa WORK. r«p»irB. Phone 2042-W." 9-22-31fc-N PIANIST and, accordinlst available. Phone 631-M. 10-12-4t-N 40—Metal WMtherttHpping THf DEFIANOE VVEATHERSTRrP CO Frederick O. Ha**. Phone 30*1. 41-~-tMoving, Storage MOVING TO and from Baltimore. Phone 388. «-16-tf-T 42—Painting, PAPEHHANGING, Ooe BarnhiU. Phone 621-J. 4-17-tf-N INSITlE AND outfild« patnting, floor •aodlng and reflnishlng. Phone 3480-M. »-li-U-N 46—Radio*, Service RADIO TUBES For most model radios. Expert radio repairing. CAPTTOL KLECTRONIC Co. 305 Baltimore 'Ave. Phone 1225 10-B-3U-T 47—Reql Estate tor Sal* TWO-ACRE lot in country. Ople Annan. 117 S. Liberty St. 3457. 10-2-3H-T SIX-ROOM semi-bungalow, gas, electHc, garden, chicken house. Phone 3550-J for particulars. 10-8-lwk-T (i room house Cresaptown, tj. Hed- rlct, Brady Road. 10-I2-lwk-N LARGE FRAME residence, modern conveniences, desirable location at 31 Uhl St., Frostburg, Also a. residence with four lots In Grahamtown. Apply Roland A. Lammert, Uhl St., or G. V. Lammert, 12 W. Main St., Frostburg. 10-12-3t-T MODERN five-room semlbungalow, 148 Humbird St. Inquire D. D. TJtt, 470 Wiiiiiiiiu St. 10-14-3t-T DESIRABLE lots. Eaay t^rms. Popp Realty Exchange. 10-5-3H-N SIX-ROOM house, Cresaptown. L. Hedrlck, Brady Road. 10-12-lwk-T LOCATED 9 jniles out on W. Va. Rt. 28. one mile off hard surface road, 120 acres timber land, saw mill complete and good horse, $2000. Phone 1549. II— TWENTY-THREE To ft«y WILL BUY Cumberland Pair Association stock. Write Box 288-B, % Times-News. 9-25-if-T PILLING ashes and dirt at Tannery. 35c per load. BUCHANAN LUMBER CO. Sit N. CENTRE BT. PHONE 1370 WANTED — Heating Boiler - gas fired lor 4teai» or hot water — late pattern with metnl Jacket desired — Write box 354-B % Times-News. 10-16-Iwk-T WANTED electric band saw complete with motor. Charles Fisher, Cresaptown, Md. !Q-15-3t-T SODA FOUNTAIN and display case. Phone 24-J, Paw Paw. 10-15-at-T 53—Wanted To Rent WANTED—Three or four-room unfurnished apartment, private bath and garage, In good residential section. Adults. Write Box 303-B, % Times-News. 9-27-tf-N A CELANESE chemist wants to rent a four or five-room unfurnished apartment, preferably centrally located, with gas, by November 1 or later, Phone 1161 or 3237-J. 10-lG-lwk-T FIVE or six room unfurnished apartment by November 15. Adults. Phone 4425-R. ID-ll-lwk-T HOUSE — 6 rooms, La Vale or Bedford Road. Will sign long term lease. Phone 1433-M. 10-13-St-N FOUR OR five room unfurnished apartment or house, prefer Cor- rigansvlUe but not essential. Phone 32-W-5. 10-U-3t-N SMALL apartment, central. Write Box 3S3-B *;* Times-News. 10-15-3t-T SETTLED couple want small house or 3-room apartment in Cumberland, by October 25th. State rental. Write 3S1-B % Times- News. 10-15-U SERVICE MAN'S wife nmi two children want 2 furnished rooms, Write Box 350-B % TUncs-News. 10-15-U WANTED 6-room house. Phone 181-Jl. 10-15-3t & Su. 54—Situation* Wanted PRACTICAL Phone 1861-M auraec available. J-17-tf-N Stock Market workj 10-12-6t-T TEN LOTS, South Cumberland. Charles Foy, Mt. Savage, Md. 10-H-21-N 150 A.-BARGAIN-$1500 NEW YORK, Oct. 14 W 1 )—Stock market buyers, nflcr much indecision during the past short week, took on the utilities todny but continued to shy away from many rail and industrial leaders. Revival of the power and light company group was attributed mainly to brightening election hopes in Wall street. Most customers inclined to liquidity, however, pending weekend Eiiropean development. 1 ; nnd commitments were lightened in numerous instances. Transfers of 340,380 shares compared with 446.950 last Saturday. At peaks for 1944 on the day were United Corp. preferred, nided by the proposed S.E.C. amendment to the concern's reorganization program; Consolidated Edison and Erie preferred "A". In front were North Bedford Cty." real bargair farm «s- American. Notional Power, Columbia cellent year round for hunting; <?*?•„ Electric Power and Light, fruit orchard; 5 room bungalow 3 Pltts 5 u n* sl £?, pref «« d *',?'» th .r vrs old othe" bides- tax-cs S20 ern Rallwtt y Preferred and Gold & WWt ' ibSS. B3M? K BF. ^ESTS" sto <* Telegraph. Losers Included « c V r~n«nn' u - s - Steel. Bethlehem, Chrysler, Write about 5309 FARM AGENCY, Jesse C. Gilson, Rep., R. D. ?;2, Bedford, Pa. for Fall catalogue 6 states. Ask 10-15-lt 228 BALTIMORE Ave. 2 story 8 room brick dwelling, 3-car block garage, 2 baths, furnace, $6750. Terms. Phone 3270. 10-15-U FARM CATALOG. 100 Pages bar- Title Phila. 10, Pa. 10-15-lt Scars Roebuck, American Can, Chesapeake & Ohio, Goodyear and Douglas Aircraft. Curb advances Included Aluminum of America, Noma Electric, Crysfnl Oil Common, and Preferred and Niagara Hudson Power. Turnover here was 150,125 shares versus 161,335 a week ago. bond market WM a two-way but rails had a sulflclent margin of gains nt the close to lift the Associated Press carrier avcr- ago .1 of n point to 89. 2, a new DOUBLE frame, Goethe St. S4800.!penk far the year. Utility and in- Six room all mortem stucco $3750.!dustrlal avernee.s were unrhtins'ed. Six room frame, bath, lurnace J2250. Ople Annan, 3457. 10-15-2t <fe Su. NEAR The Dingle, 7 room modern brick $7800. 7 room' brick bungalow, all hard -wood, hot water heat $10,000. Ople Annan, 3457. 10-15-21 & Su. 48—Roofing, Spouting NEW HOOFING, repairing, painting roots. Phone 3083-W. 9-13-31t-N ROOFING, gpouting, sheet metal work, warm air he»tlng, air conditioning. Call Twlgg 3362-R. 51—Wanted to Buy HIGHEST cash prices paid for good used furniture. Home Furnishing Corp, 128 Bedford St. Phone 3941-R, 8-6-tf-l U. S. governments showed minor changes. Transactions totaled $3.553,600 face value against $4,843,000 the previous Saturday. Oct. u m — stoefc list — Kaw Yorfc. day's close Al C D .... Am Can ... Am C Fd ... Am R Mill , Am 8mt! .., A« Am Tob D .. Am \V Y>'ka . Anaconda. .. Avn Corp .. B and O ... Bfndlx Beth SU ... Bon Alrp ... Budd M(( .. Olin C »n<5 O ... My B ... Col O E .. Com Cr . . Cnrnw Sou Cnn E<! .. Curl Wr . nmit Air . Dupont ... Elm I.U« . Kl P Lt ,. Fires! .... iOrn El ... SEWING MACHINES—Will pay up to $35 for Singer Drophead machines and up to J100 lor Slngei '^ £,' Electrics. Shigcr Sewing Center, j aootiri< 77 N. Centre St. Opposite City!o | "" I > r HalL Phone 394. 9-1-tf-N i-!"„.! 151 . ^g'-i^furtin Gl ... . H'.a'M W«rd .. IHiNat Bl» .1«3 INat Cr . «!) [Nat Dr . » 5 VN»t Dll . 37>,; KV Cfn . a INorf Wsn . C'V.Nor Am Avn . . <4 3 '.]Oweni> 111 Gi . B3H1 Tacit Mlrs ... . 16 (Para Pic .11 (Pa Rn . 3<>«:Pepsl Cola ... . 41 |PnV>m»n . p3'.i'Piir Oil .....' . l^'Rad Crp . 43'-i riem Hand .., .n-16'Rcp SU . IS'i.n Ti-h B 6 !3r.'. no* .... . 7(l'V'Snc Vac .156 :8ou Par . ^^^'Hprr Crp ..;. . 4Vflt» Br . 51'r S O Cnl . 3fl'« S O Ind .... , 3J 5 » B O NJ , M T ;'S*-]fi Crt .... . 51 'v'TrKA* Cn . ... IS 1 5.1' 37 25 ,118 J . ,.aio .5 »-: ,. 11 LET ONE CALL SELL IT ALL We pay cash for used furniture and appliances. Let us give you an estimate. Prices Furniture Exchange 79 N. C«ntre St. Phone 2T32-VY Int Flv Inl N C«i\ ... Jnbns MHII .. Kenn Cop L O T 6i' .. 3i n ;:Timii rt n .. SO ;Un Carbide .. 30'VUr Airc .. '.'. 3vv;iJ3 a; '.'.'. 52»,|V.>>1 E M" Vntt B T 15' 10' 19 33 3BV. 3.Ti 34 HT4 SO'.i to 30'-'. 58^4 WANTED—Rabbits, 4 pounds up Shobcrs' Restaurant, Phone 025 Scrap iron, Metals WANTED HIGHEST PRICES 1 Beerman Auto Wrecker* 153 Wtneow St. Phone 22K Evening ami Sunday Times i WEEKLY suBsc-RririoN RATES BV CARRIER On» wee* rv* on!; 34c; Eve Plmr.n ptr copy 05c; Otic •••fpk Ero At Sun 34c; Sun, nmei per copy lOc. MA.1l, 8UBSC!UF > TICN RATES Ml Subsct'.nllona Fa;aBl< In Ad»anc» -All Remittance! Shourrt R* 6eni b; Order. Chec* or RfRiftered Mall. LADIES Wnllct In McCrory's. Money chnngc, soldier son's pictures imd mirsc daughter picture. Sentimental value. Finder return to 105 Frederick SI... Apt. 3. Reward. 10-15-3t-T BOV to carry morning newspnpor route on Yale Gt. nnd Shndes Lane. Apply Times-News Clrcu- iRtlon Dept. Phone 4(500. 10-15-tf-T HUNDREDS OF Uie thirty thousand families thRt the Times-News want nd.1 rracl). are looking for • RcntFtl or Fur Sole ad appear* in new place to live. Make sure your tomorrow's Nwa and Time*. FURNITURE, stoves, Household np- pllances. Highest cwh prices Phone 4187. Allegany Furniture Store. 626 Virginia Ave. 9-1-tf-N SHOWCASES, 8 or 10 ft. Call 1031, ask for Mr. Hoffman. 10-11-tf-T SEVERAL used pianos. Phono 1745. HM2-3wk-N Firn. Second Thttd and Fourth On* monvii Er« only BOc; Sli mo». Cr*. onlT S& 40; One Tear Crt. only 110 80: One month Gun. only *(Vc; On» mts. Ere. It Sun. 11.76: 6I» mo. Ere. A: 8nn. II.iO; One 'yr Ere. <> Bun ili.(X); Bli mo. Han. only II 40. But;. seventh and Kifhtb PoitxJ Zonet One me. Ere only 5! 30; OH mo. •>». only 17.70; On« JUT Ere only 114 40; On* •no Sun only <5c; On« mo. Kit. A Hon. II.SI, Si: no tr« A Sun 19.BO: On* r«»r £v«. it Sun. IIS to. Bit cno Sun. only 43,70. 3errlc« Men'* rat* uny puc* In Ui* wortdi duly. oo<i mo. dully and Sunday I1JI mo. WANTED pixlnt spray Rung, compressors, air rcRiilBton. nnd cnnd- (T*. MUM bo In Rixxi condition. Apply Allen Schlcxibcrg. used car Jot, 83ft N. Mechanic. 10-U-31-N fft* Evening Tlmrt and Sunday Tlmei •*>- lume 10 financial reiponilbllltj for ty|*>- (raphlcei *rrnr« in adrertun<«nt*, taut »H reprint that pittt of an ad*n(M«meni tn vhich the irposriphiot tmr oecura. AdTf>riu<t> «-lli pleax no'.Hy tht raar. ment Imn-.tdlaUly of my <rru which occur.
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