The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 4, 1934 · Page 5
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1934. NINE Experts Listed In The "Business Service" Ads Can Repair Anything HERALD-MAIL Cash .10 .01 .Ot time* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION All ads *r« restricttd 10 their proper claasification and to tta« regular H.erald-Mail etyle ot type. Error* in Advertisement* ihouKJ be reported Immediately The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one incorrect inier- tion. Advertlsinf ordered for irregular Insertion taken tlie one tim« rate. No ads taken for leas than a t»a»is of three linea. Count sii average words to the llnu. Th« average word contain* six letters. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Daily rates p*r line tor consecutive insertions: Charge One time ............ 12 Three times ......... 10 Six timea ............ 08 Ad* ordered for thr*« or *i and stopped before expiration will be charged for only the number of t)m*s the ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Careful attention fi-iven to •mill orders. Special rate* for yearly advertising upon request. "tVHEN AND WHERE TO FLACK TOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department is situated at the Herald-Mall. These offices are open to receire advertisements from 8 a. m. to n p. m. daily. All ads received up unti 1 11 a. m. will appear In edition s«.m« day. All ads received between 11 a. m. and 9 p. m. will appear In edition following day PHONE TOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104-105-10* Th« Ad-taker will jladly as*l*t you If desired so that the copy for your ad 1* prepared in such a manner as to bring the greatest re*ulta for vou. CLASSIFIED INDEX The Individual advertisement* under the following classifications are arranged In ALPHABETICAL order for Quick reference. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1— Notice 2 — Card of Thanki *— In Memorlam •4 — Flowers and Mourning Goods 5 — Monuments and Cemetery ,tx>ti 7— Personals 8— Bowling Alleys D — Societies and Lodges 10— Lost. Strayed and Found AUTOMOTIVE 11 — Automobiles Cor Sale 12—Autos for Hire 12A — Delivery Service 13—Battery and Ignition S«*TK,« It—Body and Fender Work. Paint ing Tops and Upholstery 15—Motorcycles and Bicycle* 1C—Repairing and Service Station 1?—Tires. Parts, Accessories 17A—Wanted—Automotive BUSINESS SEKVICJS IS—Business Service Offered 18A—Beauty Parlor* KSB—Barber Shops ISC—Radio Repairing 1SD—Weldine and Brazing 19—Building and Contracting 20—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating 21—Dressmaking and Millinery 22—I-Ieating. Plumbing. Roofing 23—Insurance an<J Surety Bonds 24—Laundering 25—Moving. Trucking, Storage 20—Painting. Papering. Decorating 27—Printing, Engraving. Binding 28—Professional Service 20-—Repairing and Reflnishing 2!>A—Piano Tuning and Repairing '•")B —Shoe Repairing 2UC—Harness ard Leather Goods 30— Tailoring and Pressing 31—Wanted—Business Service EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—Female 3"—Help Wanted—Maie 24—Help—Male and Femal* 35—Solicitors. Canvassers, Agents 3C—Situations Wanted—Fcmalv 37—Situations Wanted—Male FINANCIAL 28—Business Opportunities 39—Investments. Stock*. Bond* •^0—Money to Loan. Mortgage* ^1—Wanted—To Buy 4]A—Wanted—To Borrow INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Couraes 43—Local Instruction Clas*e* 44—Musical. Dancing. Dramatic* 45—Private Instruction 4 G—Wanted—Instruction LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs. Cats. Other Pet* 4S—Horses. Cattle. Vehicle* 4!)—Poultry and Supplies 50—Wanted—Livestock 51—Articles for Sale 51A—Barter ar.d Exchange 52—Boats and Accessories 53—Building Materials 54—Business and Office Equipment 55—Farm and Dairy Product* oG—Feed and Fertilizer 5PA—Coal and Wood 57—Good Things to Eat SS—Homemade- Things 5<J—Household Goods CO—Jewelry. Watches. Diamond* 61—Machinery and Tool* 02—Musical Merchandise C2A—Radio Equipment 63—Seeds Plants. Flowers 64—Specials in the Stores C5—Wearing Apparel CC—Wanted—To Buy ROOMS AND EOARL 67—Rooms with Board GS—Rooms without Board fi!'—Rooms for Housekeeping 7o—Vacation Places 71 —Where to Eat 72—Where to Stou In Town "3—Wanted — Rooms or Board 74—Apartments and Flats 75—Business Places for Kent TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 23. 26. 25. 29 31. 32. 33. 3.x 37. 39. 41. 42. 4". 44. CO. ACROSS Eons American Indians Speechless Assemblage of tents Cog-nizant African arrow poison Made unhappy or resentful Competent Boil Locomotive driver Former ruler of Algiers 'Scoff French ' marshal Lines with soft material Conform to the shape Eccentric Mingled wonder and fear •Devour Cause of ruin Therefore Rhythm Bringing Into lino Forever Large tarts Dry Onr> of tho Cape A'crdc Islands Kxcavato Pronoun Record of past performances: slanp Shelter Measures of distance Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle T A V W N U H L L T T U r,0. 53. Trouble Jiil. Rapturous 5G. Governor of Judea in the time o' Christ. 59. Title of Athena Census taker 62. Shirt: archaic i'.:;. lie fii to or contradict Gl. Cards having the highest number of spots 63. Diminutive ending CG. Obstructions: colloq. C7. Former governor of New Jrrscv DOWN 1. Wnr aviators of record contest 3. Set in surrounding matter 4. Treats maliciously 5. IV test 6. Ue under obligation 7. Father or mother S. Goddess of peace 9. Kind of nrtl- lirinl fly for li shine: 10. PC»M ic name f'>r I be moon 11. Become less formal or stiff 12. General fight 13. Motion pictur* actor 18. Pronoun 22. Covertly sarcastic 24. Locations 2G. South American animal 21 Distant 25. Stand directly opposite 31'. Lair 32. Kiddle S3. Foundation 31. Liquors 35. Break suddenly ."'i. Make cyen S:'. Top piece of a spire 40. Standing- alone <"» Abandon 1C. ^'Jfe of Priam and motliei of Hector 47. Expand 48. Renting agreement •IP. Splendor SI. Passages in t he brain T.'J. Fine fabric .">:;. Melody :""..".. Accept ."»*< Fondles 57. Chinese secret society RS. Gaelic lil. Drinkinc 2o 2b 54- 92 36 /8 32 21 Q fol 53 lio 3o 35 13 hai;e you FOUND OUT that desirable aiEi'tineiils 76—Farms an<3 Lands for Rent 77—House* for Kent 77A—Garases for Rent 78—Office* and Desk Room 70—Shore and Mountain—Fcr Reni SO—Suburban—For Rent REAL ESTATE FUR RENT 81 —Wanted—To Rent REAL ESTATE FOR SALE It—Brokers Real Estate 82—Business Property for Sale S3—Farms and Lands for Sal* M—Housea for Salt S5—Lots for Sale S6—Shore and Mountain—For Sal* K"—Suburban—For SaJ* SS—To Exchange—Real Estat* Si-—Wanted—Real Estat* AUCTIONS—LEGAL 90—Auction Sales XI—l.pgal* Announcements Personals CHAR1S Foundation Garment 25 N. Potomac, 2nd floor. Tues., Thurs.. Pat.. !_i-l_2 and__l_-/i. Ph'on_e_J_S35-.L,_ . _. Lost, Strayed, Found DOG LOST—Red Irish setter. Phone 4S:jo. LUST—.Monday eve, new black kid g'love, white trim. Reward. Return .Herald-Mail. STRAYKD—White male Fox Terrier, bro\yn and black spots on head. Finder return 120G Oak Hill. Howard. Phone Automotive Automobiles For Sale 11 FOR SAKE—1925 Dodge Touring, A-l condition, sacrifice, $25.00. App"iy 8:H Mulberry Ave. ABOVE THE AVERAGE USED CARS. r.'32-BUICK Standard Sedan. INol BU1CK Standard Sedan. l.J»an BU1CK Sedan. 1'JSO AUBURN Sedan. THUMMA MOTOR CO. 21!' Frederick St. Phone 2152 NASH Advance Six, Forclor Sedan. New rubber. HUPP j-'orflor Sedan. STUDEBAKER President and Victoria; fine shape. U'HO Model A FORD Tour. 11KI3 FORD VS 157" Truck. 1933 FORD B Pickup. 1!.'30 FORD 131 Stake Truck. l!'2!i Ford 131 Stake Truck. 1!'20 FORD 157" Truck. i:;:tO FORD Panel. ID30 FORD Delivery. 2 FORDSOX Tractors. . NEWMAN AUTO CO. Smithsburpr. Md. ' Phone 74 QUALITY USED CARS FLEIGH MOTOR & TIRE CO. 672 Oak Mill Ave. Phone 2."00 '••1 NASH S Sedan. 2 CHEVROLET Coach. J CHEVROLET Coach. It DOUGE DA Sedan. 2S HUDSON Sport Coupe 27 POXTJAC Coach 7 OLDPMOBTLE .Spt. Rdstcr. 50 •L V. HOFFMAN MOTOR CO. "De Soto and Plymouth Dealer" R Kranklin St Pho n ® 2S5< Autos For Hire 12 3KAHAM BLUE STREAK CAB: City limits, 20c, low rates out of town. Paul H. Johnson. Ph. 220f>. SHIPLEY'S Gab Service. Modern up- to-the-minute cars. City limits 20c. Phone ('.fill. Repairing <£, Service Stations 16 TOWING PHONE 1G66 CONNER'S G A R A G E Wanted—Automotive 17-A The strongest man upon earth is he who stands most alone. The most prosperous men upon earth are those who stand amidst the profit-offers of the Classified Columns. The Herald-Mail stands alone in offering this successful service! Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 !• AIRGROUND AVE.-37—Apts. for rent; reference required. HAMILTON ELVD.-.S3<— Attractive furnished •( rooms, bath. 1st floor, rent, red.: well hented. Ph. 1'.)2(!-M. HILL CREST—Apartments. Hamilton Blvd., Frigida ire, janitor service & garage. Apply Harold Levey. Phone 1-.I77-AA', Auctions—Legals Legal Notices 91 LINCOLN APTS.—Modern f. rooms and bath. Immediate possession. Atevers and Herkson, Inc. 43 V." Franklin St. Employment Help Wanted—Male 33 TWO—High class slaesmeu to work under NRA. Contract, finance, or intangible experience desirable Real money. No selling. Call Room 317 Hotel Colonial for ap- YOUNG MEN not over 2f> years of ;ig'c to learn circulation work. No experience required. GuoU pay while learning. Apply 20S Mc- Crnry P.ldg.. after 7 p. m. Help—Male and Female 34 EXPERIENCED cook; must be well experienced. Beck's Rcsr.aurani, N .Inn.-un n n Si. Situations Wanted—Female 36 YuUNG AVoman desires housework or general housekeeping. Apply ll'l AV. Antif-tain St. Financial Money to Loan. Mortgages 40 MONEY; TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE REAL ESTATE OF ALL KIND ALSO FULL LINE INSURANCE JOHN J.. KWA1N. AGENCY PHONE ^OSO-,1. MONIOV TO LOAN ON" .MOKTGAC, ES W. MURRAY RAECHTEL Aerency r,o-l-r.-G Second Natl. Bank Bidg\ MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE; N. .B. ROAYE. i'C N. Potomac St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES GROH REALTY CO. 1" S. Jonathan .MONEY TO LOAN on lirst morti GEORGE P. HICKS. H. T. F.REWER. Livestock SECOND ]IAND COACH—Any mod"1. Phr.n.- -1S-I. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 JLASS—Sold and re|ilac«-d in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop. H N. Locust. Ph. SP.'AV. Heating, Plumbing, Roofing 22 r-LL'MBING REPAIRS—If It is a leak or a stoppage, wo will repair it at a minimum cost ami in the quickest possible timf._Ph. 100::. Pert Gannon Repairing and Reflnishing 29 '•UKNITURE—Of all kinds repaired, reupholstcrcd. Estimates priven. ,U- -•V.- J'-' 1 L\!_! & _P I !^ ) S._ Phone :ii:.i. li. Shoe Repairing 29-G •1IGH CRAUE Slioi-: RI-:i'AlRLNG PEOPLl-:s SIIOIO REPAIR SHOP 17 S. JONATHAN ST. Harness and Leather Goods 19-C X'MPLHTE LINE—Of farm harnes*. All leather goods repaired. J. E. OifW. 1-"' E Franklin St. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 Poultry and Supplies 49 CUSTOM HATCH.TNG — Marshall Hatchery. AA"illo\v Lane. Phone ]-;n."-W. " Chicks on sale at How- .•ird;s_Feed_ Stjvre. Plinne_S_0f,. 50 Wanted—Livestock POULTRY — All kinds, and eg-g. 1 - wnnted. Zimmerman & Wishard. cor. Cburcb it Jonathan. Ph. 'J271 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 A REAL—SacriiK'e. practically new. Forrest, player piann. el>'(.-t ric \Yill- cox <;ibbs sewing machino. Clarke lloor sander. Hoover swei-p 1 - 1 '". Hot- 1>oint range, radio. refrig»-ra tor. Racine barber clipper, walnut drop li-af table, brass lied, book case, coal ranii.'. large sb»w case ami I'lumti-r bin. Apply .",:; !•;. \\*ash- i 11 g t <•> 11 Si. PAY'JX'N—El.-i-iric scal.-s and uas rang. 1 . (lood coiuli t i'.-n. ,\in»ly 7lu ^'bestnut. St.. KLECTR1C Motors, pip..-, valves, iil- lingji, tank's, belt, pulleys, etc.. n-'W & used at low prices, j lagerstow n .Equipmi-n t Co., Maryland Ave. Merchandise Household Goods 59 USED FURNITURE—At low price*. We have on display in- our warehouse used furniture stored here for sale by parties who have bought new "furniture. If you are in the market for good used furniture at low prices, see what we have to offer. MEYERS & BERKSON Inc. 41-4X W. Franklin St. w and used. Special prices this week. Forsylh Storage. Mill St. Phone S4'.)-J. REPOSSESSED MOHAIR LIVING .ROOM SUITE S -AIA LL AV E E K' L Y I' A Y M E N T S S HOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2i E FRANKLIN ST.. PHONE 1270 TWO PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE 5 "i!t, 00 CHOICE OF FABRIC SI j ( )<"' K E Y V 11RN IT I; 1110 CO. 2 I E. F R A N K LIN ST.. PHoNE ]270 VACUUM CLEANER — Special. $2 motor cleaning, new C brushes, grease, adjust, clean bng. Free delivery. Mr_J_p_nes. 7-17-"VV. Rejrtaj». - — Seeds, Plants, Flowers UARL'.ERRY—Strong 2 year f,c: hedge, 2e; •' yrs. fruit trees. fiOc; sbrubbery, 2:"ic: hibiscus, large. 2(ic: ] ;< Wilson l.-'.lvd. AV. phone J>iio-J. REIDS—And Lancaster sure, crop seed corn, tested good germination. SL'.OO per hu. jra Doub. SMALL CLOVER SEED, S10 per bushel. C. Herman Coblent?.. Phono im-P. Midrtli'tnwn. .AJd MODERN—5 room apartment, pos-1 session ac once. ;!:;i S. Potomac. K< »SE BLOC,.—1st floor apartment N Pot. St.. Apply Bentz & Dunn _A!_soJarfre warehouse rear ot store | SUM. AVE.—Modern G room apartment, oil heat, fine location. possession April 1st. Adults. Ph. '.)4-,j. TV A SHI N(J TON SQ U A1IK - r , D;; — ~:>. rooms, kitchenette ami bath, small building in rear, ;rardr-n and lawn. Rout $ I.r,d per wr-pk. Phom- 117S-J Jo In i L. Hnt/.cll, X22 fia k Hill. WASHINGTON ST.- \V.-1 :M — i; room apartment, newly painted ami papered. Modernly equipped. Apply Or. E. A. \Varoham. ORDER NISI— Sallio Rubeck Keyser, et aJ, versus Fi'-fl JOyser, e.t al. .1 n the circuit. Court, for Washington County sitting 1 as a Court of L"O.U it y. Ordered, Ry the Ck-rk of the Circuit Court this -Ith day of April, I'•>'•' I, that th': sa!<-.s made anfl reported by Miirtin V. i;. Roxt'-tt'-r, h'-retofore appointed Trustee for the .sale, of the real estate in ihf- proceedings (,f this r-nu.s" mentioned, be KUiiied and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to the Court, on or before ih.j Jtjth day of April next: Provided, a. copy of "this pf-r published in Washington County, ttt least mic<- a v,-'-*-k for i}\r<-r- .SiK'cesMv.- we-.--Us before the said last, m'-.'it ioned day. The r.'iii.iri .states the amount of sales to be ?-!7:;.~i.O'i. True Copy—Test: V. Ki.-hop. Business Places for Rent 75 Full KKXT—Hton; room our. Mulberry & J.Sal 10. Sts. Apply to Mrs*. ".'. ('. Riiuixahn. 154 S. Mu'llifrrv St. STORK ROOM—For rent, No. 2f, W. Franklin St.; possession at Apply Charlrs H. Eyr-rly. J. O. .Tanu-s ! hi. 1 -, wift- No. iL'.rc'S. In tiie Circuit f'oiirr. for Washington County .sitting 1 as a Courc of E(|iiity. Ordered, By tho Clerk of the Circuit Court, this 20;h day of March, t:•:!!. that the sales made and reported by J. O. Snyder, Assignee for the. sale of tne real estate in the procuedinuKs of this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to once. | the Court on or before the 12r,h day April next: Provided, a copy of PLEASE! i? answering any ot thes, ads, either by writing 01 in personal inter- vtetv* kindly state that you saw the advertisement in The Herald-Mail. This will in-mediately identify yci: as a profit* ressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, and insure you the very best service. Thank You TWO FLOOR—-Factory building at 714 X. Locust St. Telephone 2117 W. Farms and Lands for Rent 75 FOK KENT—100 acres good limestone land, G room dwl. & water, rr-onoy rent or on shares, near Winprorton.. W. Murray l-jaochtel Aprcncy, oO'l-5-C First National P;md P.I (]•_'. Houses for Rent 77 A MODERN HOME—Should have an Automatic Gas Water Heater installed. Be sure before renting. CHARLES ST.-40 — 6 room houie Nicodemus National . Bank, trustee of Molin H Jones EAST AVE.-107—Brick rooms, all conveniences, Kast Ave. Phone Sl-R. HOUSES—50^-51'.* S. Potomac, "01 Reynolds. 40!i McDowell, 12U4 AV. "\Vasli.. -ill (.'laivndon. b'3'.) T'a. Avo.. 117 N. Mulb., ("earfoss, T'odnr Classified Display PUBLIC SALE E-ifiT AVENUE AND NORTH LO. CUST STREET PROPERTIES, . j [AU.EP.STOWN, MARYLAND. Ev virtue of powers of sale contained in two mortg-ages dated February 27, l:.H7, and February 12. ll'l'j. respectively, and recorded in. Liber ISO. Folio "o:>2, and Liber 154, Folio "fi4, respectively, two of the Ls.nd Records of Washington Co.. forjMd.. each of said mortgrase*. having the I been executed by Ophelis J. Schlos- ... ._. „..._„ U11J . i ser. and cover all the real estate The report states the amount of I hereinafter described, default, hav- this order -rted in some newspaper published in Wash in ('cunty. ;:t least once n week thi-f-e successive weeks before said last mentioned day. rton snles to be $1,500.00. True Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD, Cl*rk. Classified Display Notices )T11O Applications for licenses for the sale of Alcoholic Beverages have been received as follows: CLASS A (OFF SALE) Clarence M. Marks. 1-10 Ray St., r,:ijab ]rby. rear ."3-27 E. Baltimore .St.. R. H Harrison, 114 W. Howard Si.. Hag-erstown. Md. CLASS B (ON SALE) been made in the covenants and conditions therein contained, the undersigned Assignee f O r the purpose of foreclosure and collection, will offer at PUBLIC SALE in front of th<; Court House in Hagerstown, Md.. on TUESDAY, APRIL 17. 11)34, between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock, p. m., the following 1 described parcels of real estate situated, in the C;iy of Hag-erstown, Washington. Co., Md., to-wit: PARCEL NO. 1.—Situated on the northeast corner formed by the intersection of East Avenue and North J^ocust Street, having a frontage on the North margin of said East Avenue of 41 feet and extending back therefrom along the East raftrg-in of said North Locust Street v.-jth uniform width a distance of .Lawn, Ray. etc., 54 up. GROH yu. Hafrerstown. Md. R. L. Funkhouser, Clearspring. [ 23/J feet. This parcel is improved -'••--- Eritti, 5« Elizabeth by a three story brick building- with. -Md.. Pavoline IM-IALTV CO., 1". S. Jonathan. r.UJLFUHD AVK,-(;i'J—C, rooms, all conveniences: reasonable rent. Ay- l>ly (117 (liiilford Avenue. 1-ld WARD ST.-E.—<". ro'ims. bath, . ?:i.OO per week. "Wm. E. Cushen, "..",(i Summit Ave. MADISON AVE.-]::—Good. C room house, newly papered & painted, low rent. Other houses for rent. CJKis. F. Strole & Co.. Real Estate. Ins. £ Loans. 101-" Arcade Bids. • Wanted to Buy 66 BhU-'ul-lE—Selling' your scrap met- £>ls. bides, paper, rags, iron tires :md junk cars, get our prices as we always pay the best m:irkot prices M A K V1 .A N D JUNK C O. 300 KLI/ABiyril ST. PHONE SM AVI I !•: EL < :\ I A 1 1 i~- \Va n t e,l. phone 19i,i-K immod i;i tely. WE BUY — Scrap iron, metals and i;i:;-s, and we pay highest prices in town. We want your business MAKYLAND PI PIC AND METALS CORPORATION HO! W. Churrh St. Phone 1'OH MULBERRY ST.-S.-r.l — JO room ), all conveniences, also suitable for rooming:, possession Apr. 1 •". Apply at "0 or phone 1M.4-.M. I'i'TOM AC AVE.-C.ri7—(', rooms and l-.r.ib with or without. prarago.Will j-elinisli for df-sirablo tenant. Phoiu- in I 7-.I at G:.':n P.M. -'fiTuMAC AVE.-101S — Possession April 1st. Ail modern. Dr. D. A. Watkins, 136 AA r . Wash., or 101S I 'niomac. PdTijMAC ST.-S. all con venienr^ Apply L'ri'J S. S rooms and bath. ^s; rent reasonable. 'otomnc. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 ANT1 KTAM ST.-E.-71 Vi — Unfurnished rooms, 1st, I'nd and ."rd Hour .npanmcnts. Apply 12("> S. Potomac. .;il\L for liji'ht holism work. Give J«g''\ experience, rcferein-es; ad- dressP. (). Box 4'jn. Hai;-erst(>\vn, Md. K.»US E K E !•: 1'E II—AA'a u t oil. widow. fit 1 or 5r>, cJesirinp permanent home in country, by widower. Write box f.L' rare of Herald-Mail. fOTSEKF.EPER—2 in family. Grace Xabn. Virginia Ave.. fxtt-nded. :i.\TY GIRLS—To work on canvass le.c.ur'nm's, stitching; macbin" and table work. Apply Saturday I ' (1 4 p. in. 1 lai;vrsto\vn Sboe it L.'lining- ('«., \V. Franklin Si. foc- 1 or v. Help Wanted—Male 33 1 <•> plow lot. W !•' CARRY—A complete line ot new and reconditioned pipe, couplings, fitting's, and structural steel. Let us save you money by grivint; yon our prices before you buy. MARYLAND PIPE A.M.) METALS CORPORATION 304 W; CHURCH ST. PHONE 103i- THREE t'HAlR—Berber outfrt coin- piete with liack bar. A\"e buy and si-11 all kind of furnilur--. 10 AV. Franlclin St. Phone 1 11'.'.-P>. USED FURN*rrURE^i7oupht and sold. Good -100 egg incubator for sale rhonri Phone 20J12-AV Feed and Fertilizer 56 HAY —For sal<-. Harry S ciearsprintr. M>1.. R«.ute 2. G TONS loose alfalfa hay. Call Coal and Wood 56-A THERE'S NO difficulty about find Ing a cood place to stay in HflRera- town If you watch the "Rooms and Eoard" column In the Classified Section. Genuine Pocahontas Stove .. 16.50 "WE MAKE IT HOT FOR TOU" LEISTER COAL CO. PHONE 7TS. fifi W LEE ST PHOXK 'Ji'36 FOR COAL AND WOOD. PEOPLE'S COAL CO. :>1 S S POTOMAC ST HAMILTON'S GASTELLO Attractively furnished large front bay window room suitable fur ]:;dy. Rrfcrfiu-es. I ..\F"A"YI-:TTE INN: l-'urnisln.:il rooms running water, moderate iatfs, l-'J W. St. L'bono lOIt'J-.l LAIH.51 1 .'—l-' front room, suitable for business or beaut y parlor. Apply 2L'7 AV. AA'as^i. St. NICELY furnished room, li windows and porch -nd lloor adj. bath. Apply iij Randolph Ave. PUTOMAC ST.-S.-13S — Two furnished bedrooms. Gentlemen pru- 1'i-rred. Ai>i>ly same. \\'-A S H ! N G T U N S T. - W, - 3 JiCTN i c e fy furnislied licdroom, gentleman pri)- feri'i-d. Phon" L'M or a]>ply same. \AvTsTfi N G r fo N ~S'T! -"E"- 127 '"^-""FTom. bed n>oiu with bay window, nicely furnished. Apply same. .AJULRKRRY ST.-N.-lu — - or 3 fur- 'ijsliei! rooms. ?•!..." and 50. J''rivatt:- jKMb.^gas a ml 1ight._l 'hoite --40-M. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 FTRNisiiEij APARTMI-:NT— - rms., all I'i'lt Vi'iiit-nres. Apply • -3 K. Franklin S.t. Rulgfly Eloctric. 'J'\\ U or thi'i-i: furnished rooms for 1; o u so k •'••''• piiijf. Ap])ly 007 S. I'o- VIRGINIA AVE.-1703— Rent S2.7. n room house, modern in every way, g-n- raj;'". Phon" If.*:. H A O E RSTQ U' N' J I E A T,T Y CO. S,NVI>KR AVI-:.-IN—G moms, jtewly llnished, hardwood Hoors. frarag 1 .-, ^•jirden. S">4 Dewey. Phone -1MO-.M. Notice is hereby siven to all applicants .incl protestants that hearings on the above applications will he held at room 401 Second National Bank Bid;,'., Haj?erstowit. Md., at 10.00 A. M.. April 12th. 1934. THE BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS for WASHINGTON COUNTY Applications for licenses for the sale of Alcoholic Beverages have been received as follows: CLASS A (OFF SALE) BEER Charles R. Sanbower. rear 302 S. Potomac St., Hatrerstown, Md. CLASS B (ON SALE) BEER Ilussel Anderson, ">J4 Wjishinjrton Srjuare, J A (,. Myers. 10-'!7Vi; Spruce St.. llag-erstown, Md.; lona Rip'ss. R. F. D. No. :!, P.oonsboro, Md.: John Reynolds, near Sandy Hook Md. CLASS D (ON SALK) BEKR Osr-iir AV. Leistnger, R. F. D. No. .",. Smithsbtirir, Md.; M. Opack, 'J. ID N. JoTiatban St.. Hat?erstowji. Md. Noti<:e is hereby g'iven to all applicants ;-ind prot^tsants that h^ar- i::t;'s on the above applications will be held at room 401, Second National Rank Build inc. Trajrerst own. Mil.. at'10:00 A. M., April Iflth. P-::4. THE BOARD OF LICENSE COM- MTSSIONEHS for TON' -WASHING- VIRGINIA A A-'E.-SSL'—G room, reception hall, newly frnished, garage very reasonable. 224 West Side. Public Sale WJLLLAMSPORT—S room house, all conveniences, garage, garden. Phon" 3-.1 AA'ill ia msport. i! ROOM — House with con venii-nces. Apply 302 Frederick St. Phone PUBLIC SALE I>IK- to the death of rny -wife. K Al'-sliirc. I. will sell at Public Auction at I'.n'i Virpini.-L Avfnuf. <Half- v.-ayt SATl'RDAA", APRIL 7th. at 1 personal prop- steam heat and containing- thre* apartments, each apartment consisting- of four rooms and bath, and known as Xo. 102 and Xo. 104 East Avenue. P ARCED XO. 2.—Adjoined by Parcel Xo. 1 on the South and having 1 a frontag-e of 56.7 feet on the East side of Xorth Locust St. and extending- back therefrom with, uniform width a distance of 41 feet. This parcel is improved by a triple two story brick dwelling- hous» k7<own as Xo. 202, Xo. 204 and No. L'oe Xorth Locust St. Said dwellinj? 202 contains • four rooms with bath in. bed room and has hot air furnace, although the second floor now being heated by steam from Parcel Xo. 1; said dwelling No. 204 contains four rooms and bath.. with hot air furnace; said dwelling No rOG contains two apartments of four rooms each on the first and second floors, respectively, and on* bath, and has hot air furnace. (.Note: Parcel No. 1 and Parcel No. 2 will be offered separately and as a whole.) PARCEL XO. 3.—Adjoined by Parcel No. 2 on the South, having a frontage fo C2.35 feet on the East side of Xorth Locust St. and extending back therefrom with uniform. p. m.. the followin city: >;. ^ I On..: I0-.pi<:ce dining room -suit, 1 T:., —:-. ~----- •--:--_ -• -- .• ~"n ! "-1'i"'-'''' mohair living- room .suit. 1 Suburban, Country for Rent 801 mahogany bedroom suit, library t."l.b-, 1 Hum.- i.'umfurt ran«•>••. sinslt- beds and spring, CoiiKol.-um riijcs. disb'-s, caniif-d fruit, jars, sausage ^'rind'-r. chairs and othr-r Imus^hobj utensils too numerous to mention. TI-:RM.S—Cash. PA P. A.Mur.XT—KiK'ht rooms, rent rca.xo.'ib.'i !e. Has'cr.stown Bank & Trust i'o T<--k-nbonf> Iln2 Wanted—To Rent 81 CKNTKALLY LU'^'ATElJ—:: room I aparttiifiit, bath, yard. Apply -P.< i I':.-, ndnlpli Ave. J. WESLEY ALESHIRE. f. Snydr-r, Auct ioji'-.-r. Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate PU: BOC ;ALE ATTKNTIUN—J.:»M"ore you buy. sHl, rent, lc-asr>, r-xcha nn'", insure, nu.irt- K.'IKI; or loan on real r-statr-, s^-e us. ' 'on rt |jf alt v j_\>. Plioiy^ 2 ISl. Farms and Lanu For Sale 83 OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS SATURDAY, APRIL 7, at (»ne O'clock ]i. m., ::! S. Mulberry St. I>.ds. ch;nr.«, .stands, buffet, dishes and niher artick-.s, TI-:HMS~c ; ,sh. _ C. K K I .LE.H J_.A_NTX. _ "" A LTi luliOli " Cia.svirTe'cl ~AdT"T;Ik7- up little space they put across bis di-nls. width a distance of 41 feet. This parcel is improved by a triple two story brick dwelling- house known a-3 Xo. 20$, Xo. 210 and Xo. 212 Xorth Locust St.. each of said dwelling's containing six rooms and bath, with hot air furnace. PARCEL XO. 4.— Adjoined by P&r- cei Xo. 3 on the South, having a, frontage of 44.75 feet on the- East side of Xorth Locust St., and extend- Kate i iris: back therefrom with uniform width a distance of 41 feet. This pnrcel is improved by a three story buck apar;ment house known as No. 21G North Locust St., containing six apartments, each consisting- of three rooms and bath with,, steam heat. PARCEL XO. 5.—Adjoined by par- ce! No. 4 on the South and by a 12 loot alley on the Xorth, having- n. frontage of 53 feet on the East side of Xorth Locust St. and extending b::<-k therefrom with uniform width a distance of 41 feet. This property ;s improved only by a frame chicken house and is a very desirable lot (Xote: Parcel Xo. 4 and Parcel No. a will be offered separately and as a whole,'* TERM.S OF SALE:—One half cash upon the ratification of the sale by the Court, the balance to be paid in one year from the day of sale, the deferred payment to bear interest from the day of sale and to be secured to the satisfaction of the un- d'-rsi^ned. or all cash at the option ot the purchaser. EDWARD OSWALD. JR., T- , ,r ^-, Assignee, r-red M. White. Auctioneer. Public Sale Public Sal* Houses For Sale 84 i Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 APARTMKNT — 1 •"•'.' S. 1'ot. St.. t ! lonms. ii'-wly iinishfil. liot ^at^r. I Tnfurn. $::.', furn. ?r>0. PlvnM- 7iT,. A PAKT.MKNTS — 3 and 5 rooms. Allj rnnvpnier.ces. Hardwood flonrs. Central J. i-'.. Lakin. Phone '.''.'0. L'RICK s'-mi-bunpalow good location, small amount cash will swinK Sjj'jo. Single brick E. Ant. St. j hard-wood inquire for bnrRain. "J v ; ro'.m hotel Monterey all conv. i riKht pric._-, 12 A. & 25 A. farms. P.-S. April 1st. j W. .MURRAY P.AECHTEL A^r-ncy, ; ."iu J-.">-•; Kirst National Hank Kld^r. i OF RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AT CORNKR WA.SHLVOTON and JONATHAN STREETS The eq:iipmo;:t of The Tavern, formerly Washington Hestaurant will bf- sold 1.">UP.LK I:U1CK—ii i $l',7."iij. M'ulern doubk-. Summit Av.-.. ?rv,'.".i'. Nice sin^l.; bricK hr.m..-, ?L S "". X. End ultra modi-rni L>i?h"s, uia.ssv.Tire, silverware. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1934— at 1 o'clock P. M. Household Goods 5fi A I • A ! : T .N I !•: N T— -l r o o m s a nd bath enclnsed porch, hardwood floors K>0 ]•'.. Xorth St. c.\ I A'l-'.KT — Third tloor ap-.triment. P<'.y----'syion May !, I'jC!, Daniel' W. IVuib J-:AST .\VJv-U7—! rooms ami bath. Hardwood lloors. All convenience! Phone I"". intr ut'-n^ils, lirLens. window drap- I-'()R SALK—Or rent, modern homes Insurance in stock companies Charlo* E. Fry. 1100 Hamilton Flvd KP - 3J - K:\<\ other small articles. At 2:." 1 -'! P. M.-'-Lari; 1 '.-? P.--t_-r Cooler, ioe box, .«ervinc: bar, 2 cash ••^ist'Ts. l>min^tf.r. t y po\\ rit * r. small iron safo,' ftMnsr cabinet, show- 1^--. adi.' machine, hat racks, " flcrtric fans, electric sigrns, 27 tables, i chnir< and jr.any <.;:-,cr articles too numerous to mention. TKP..MS— C;i S v,_ FRED M. WHITE Auctioneer. OH, DIANA! Secret Plans! C —- OiA.VA'5 ATHS ~OR TKS "TO ASK, ME, CnUfr. &LT I'N< SOQ^

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