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Wiuitvd— .1-Vmale 'KS V.'ANTED position as receptionist or similar work 5 afternoons a week, i'ormer teacher. Some typing ex- P, ene ,", ce > Write Box I 9 ?- care of .Herald -Mail. _ "WOMAN with 2 year old child desires housekeeping. Write Box 198. c-/o Herald-Mail. Wan ted— -Male 37 RELIABLE gentleman wants job as bartender. Write Box 193 c/o Herald-Mail. Bu»lnc»B Opportunities >8 A GIFT SHOP—Excellent location. All good quality, salable merchandise. Attractive display units. A proposition of outstanding merit. R. A. McCUNE 2nd rs'at'l Bank Bld. A RAKE OPPORTUNITY—in a se"n^ sational new business may be yours for an investment as low as »4000. Exclusive franchise plan protects the owner against all competition. If you are seeking a real profit-making opportunity it of v rja v you to.mvestifjate TELE- Ci 1/1/5. the amazing new coin-operated Quiz Program. It will be demonstrated at the Hotel Alexander in Hagerstou'n on March's Ask for the Silent Sales Svstem jjh.spjay room. LARGE * IEA -T A.VD GROCERY Store with modern equipment, do- nig- a volume business. Price reduced for fjuick sale GROlt REALTY CO.,"40 Summit Av. Money to Loan, LOANS TO FARMERS LONG TERM CREDIT 4% — For: Purchase of farms, refinancing of mortgages, repairs or construction of buildings. ^ SHORT TERM CREDIT <Vi% — For: Purchase or dairy cow». farm machinery. feeder cattle, feed. eeed. fertilizer. Refinancing of debt« repairs or construction of buildings. FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION Pythian Castle BuJldln* 20 North Court St Frederick. Md. Local Representative: Walter D. Bromley In the offlcs of Henry Holzapfel. Ill Grjca Buildingr. Phone 49> - Hagerstown. Maryland Tuesday £ Friday. 9-12 o'clock PRIVATE PARTY has funds available for mortgage :it \%. ln- f|tunes strictly confidential. Write . Box 1. c/o Herald-Man. STOP IX today and ] e i us explain our home financing plan, \yith payments "just like rent." First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n o.t .V. Jonathan St. Tel, i i)<)l AVantrtl—To norrotv 4_TA WANTED—$300 with 10% Interest lor IS.months by responsible person with references from private party. Write Box 190. c/o Herald- Mail. Dancing. Dramatic* 44 DANCING— 1-9 daily. 1 guarantee to teach every scholar. Strasser's Studio. 23 W. Wash. St. Ph. 6DS-W. _Pog», C»t«. Other Pet« QUADINE your dog AGAINST falling hair, dandruff scales ear and carcoptic mange, fleas. 1'ice. ringworm, and canker ear. mosquitoes and wood ticks. It works or money refunded. Do as the great kennels do. HOWARD'S OF HAGERSTOWN 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Ph. SOS. Horse*, Cuttle. Other Stock 48 HORSES FOR SALE — Doctor's ;Y urs ?" J H.M.G. in foal: French Ward. Br. M 5. foal by side: Sunnv Lawn. B.M. 6; Roiling Water G 6 hunter and jumper; Bill, lead'pony' Apply Geo. E Harris, c/o The Paddock, back of race track. Ranson . Va.. Box 132. FOK SALE—One fine Guernsey cow 1. B. Tested and Bangs. Earl Tal- oert. JBoonsboro. Md. Phone Keeclvs- ville 22-F-4. TWO fresh heifers, first and second -calf. Vincent McKenna. Hagers_ town. Dpwnsville Pike. 4 mil^s out . Ponltry ami Suyylitm 49 ANDREWS CHICKS—D'ay old and started, (locks state tested. Tube agglu. Sexed chicks in a.11 breeds. James Andrews Hatchery Hacreriil town. Md.. RFD No. 4. at Middle^ burg. Phone I323-.T-3 ASK FOR THE FUL-0-PEP BOOKLET which describes in detail the famous FUL-0-PEP RESTRICTED FEEDING PLAN which may help you save up to 309i or more on the cost of feeding your chicks through to maturity. Howard's of Hagers~ n ' " 70 . ' -H" 70 E - Baltimore St. Phone SOfi. Delivery Routes in all section? of the oountv. A BIG BARGAIN We have 1000 O f Ward's famous 4 STAR CHICK'S that are une week old. Due, to space restrictions in our store we must move these 1000 chicks right away. This is your chance to put in any of the^e breeds ... NEW HAMPSHIRE "REDS RHODE ISLAND REDS WHITE ROCKS BARRED ROCKS At Ward's Special Price or ."»'>• .............. Shi. 00 pt>r 100. Pon'r forget these ;ire Ward's • famous 4 STAR CHICKS ami this special i? only good for the clearance of these 1000 chicks. Hurry To MONTGOMERY WARD BABY CHICKS— Day oTd~oF~startetl New Hampshire Red, Barrel Cro«« White Rock* U.S. approved; pullo- rum passed. Excellent for eggs or broilers. Cumberland Valley Hatchery Php ne 295 2 J tor Sale II RICHARD~"The Door is Open" — here at 643 Potomac Ave., a used bu t excellent condition -electric portable phonograph and recordci .complete. Price reasonable SINK and wall cabinets made to fit your kitchen. Phone 1753-M. 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. SALES AN'D Service. Also buy used singer sewing: machines. 106 S Potomac St. WAFHINU machines repaired, parts and wringer-rolls. Jones Applianci Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phona 24 WESTERN Electric washer and old Jim- chunk stove. Phona ? - J GOOD electric washing machines floor model radio, small table radio, large heatrola, No. 1 cobbler potatoes, ?1.25 a bushel. 1933 Plymouth sedan. 1940 S-ton truck A-l condition, 6 year old plow leader 23 pisrs. fat hogs. W. C. Turner. » miles south Funkstown on Rox- btiry Rd 7Vi GALLON automatic gas water heater for sale, $30. Wilson's Rest. E. Baltimore St. Ph. 414S. Miii.iin.-as Otllcu EuitiiimtMit 5 RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Electric Soda Fountains; Upholster- «nl Booths; Lacy Electric Hot Cups Electric Fudge Warmers; Fryers gas or electric, all sizes; Griddles electric or gas; Heavy Duty Restaurant Gas Ranges; Electric Direct Beer Box. 11. A. WEISS & SON 225 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1315-J l-'arin ami Dairy J'roilucix DAIRY FEED—Let Howard's assist you in building a quality dairy feed from your own grains. Free and capable advisory service. Howard's of Hagerstown. 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Phone 806. Fnrm Uciulnm <_• rt t 55A RL'BBHR tire farm wago, and bed Will be sold at Milton Snail's Sale Tuesday, March 4th, Titghmanton. Coal and Wood BtA I-OR COAL quality and service, cal L. E 'Kendrick. 121 Buena Vista Ave. Phone 90S-R JAMISON'S DRY KINDL'NG WOOD $3 to $10 loads. Phone 410S-J 12 to 1 p. m. or after 5 p. m. THE BEST in firewood, 52.75 and J5.00 load. Immediate delivery Call K & S Pinwood. 3S04: Cood Tliln^a To Ent APPLES — All leading varieties Wholesale and retail. MARTIN'S COLD STORAGE MicUlleburg Pike Phone 4137 liouftehoid Gootli , . SI A gas stove with baker and broiler oven regulator, light. Also one small size stove. Phone 1349. BOTTLED-GAS Ranges with reduced "metered" Gas service rates Immediate Installation. Jones Appliance Service 2-t Summit Ave. Phono 24. ELKCTR1C FrlgidH.ire. excellent condition, apply 1115 Beechwood Drive after t> p. m. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Gas ranges, well known make equipped for natural gas. artificial gas or bottle gas. J139.50 SHOCKET'S FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phonb'1203 IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION BOTTLED GAS RANGES MAJESTIC RANGES AND HEATERS LLOYD W. THOMPSON . BOONSBORO Phone: Keeclysville S5-F-2 MODERN Magic Chef gas stove, perfect condition, moving mid must sell. SS5. Also three odd tables. Phone 401-R, Bendell. evenings. Mnchinery imd Tools CORN OK halo elevator. 20 feet long. Ca'n" be" drive'n by electric motor "or power take-off. Paul D. Showalter. Ph. 5S3-W-H. GARAGE EQUIPMENT—Aro pressure greaser, We.stinghouse battery charger. 6-battery capacity. Apply :{29 Linganore Ave. Phorie 4251-W. • HACK SA'W, Excel.. 4-inch eapacity bench type. Nev,-. Immediate delivery. Price $4S.50. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. .Marx-lam! Ave. Phone .",S13. PIAUD TO GET Parks 4x12 planer, complete with 1 H.P. motor and base; H and A 4x12 swing cvitoff saw complete with ""i K*.P. motor and base. Ph. 1753-M 10 to 4 p. m REFINISHED and THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED PIANOS SS9.BO UD SHOCKET'S FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phona 1203 CHICKS — Xow H^nlpTnTre R«ds. excellent for broilers. NOW 7 ON SALE, wholesale and retail. .NEUHAUSER HATCHERIES __•{<> W. Church St. Tel 4''77 U'nnf erf—Livestock SO WAJS'TED—PouZtry of all kTnds. Phone Dalo B. Rohrer 301SJ-2 nfter 5 p. m. o- Smithsburg S3 be- ^reeen S .n. m. tr>_5_j)._rn. ' for Sn BATHTUB and faucet for s-nle 5" 7 S Apply Mrs. Ward, cor.i Hollywood .and York Hrt.. Ha!fwn_y_.____ BIN FED stoker. Pvonson fur s.Tl" Jng changing to oil. Applv 10".") B!vd Undio B2A IMMEDIATE DELIVERY TABLE MODEL RADIOS GENERAL ELECTRIC STROMBERG -CARLSON and BEX'DrX S27.95 up SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 tnl • -In Iho S ALL STKF.L UTILfTY TRAfLER Easily and {juiekly att:\cln-d tu your r;ir. Special thimp typt: body, "iSOO Ib. capacity, h'ndy size: •!?" inches wiile. r>S inches h>ng. 12 inches (lei'p. Wheel size fiOOx1t>. fan be nurrhased wit.li 10'> down. Ward's low price of $120.95 Buy your nuto no^df 011 Ward's Easy Payment Plan. . MONTGOMERY WARD COMPLETE line of Trusses. Abdominal Belts. Supporters of all kinds ' Crutches, etc. Private fitting room Kakle's Drip otore. US W Wnsh- !_.; . t.o n S t _._ _ CIUCKKN house". Jfi ft. x 10 ft S-vme as new. Apply 21 Conooorliongue St. or 200 S. Artiznn St.. Willinms- ^p/'rt. Md. __ __ ^ DUIiO clo.nric punii' nnd tnnk. Apply is: N. Artiznn Su WiUiams- jort. Md. _ _^ rf ;^J;E!i T MAYTAG SERVICE HAGERSTOWN MAYTAG CO 106 P. f'otomnc P> _____ T.HPNE (562 ___ HAHTMAN fast ohar^r. almost m>w .for M|O. choap. Apply Ams- J.P.V Body Shop. First St. nnd Guil_^ _ _ tiOCU'KR SAl.F.P . LRITR'.I BROTH I-: J^-.. C -_M^JRRK. Jnl n_r>or Ph 1!2.->M LANK I.--J-:DAK ch7s\ ~V.f~v :l i.^" i' n . yory gooil Condition, r.-in be .<=r«M) i> 1 K. W;i shi n gt_on St., _2n_d lloor. N 1C W I'AliY '<>:iiTi;i{ri\ slrolltMr M>roon«d ,nl>y l.od witlj mnttrf-ss' f'hfap. Apply U2 John St. 2nd floor nftcr :. _p. m. SK W L\G a iul''"\vnsji ing~n'i;f(~h~irr.~s~rol paired. Parts for nil makes 3 <>r . Liiiganor^ A v I. Ph. 4 2 T> 1 - \\" RKED baby rnrrinsre. srood cor,;'.i- Jion. Phono 2030-.M. THERMOS—Vacuum Bottles Pint Size $1 •><) Quart Size .'.,.'.'.'.', S2.'59 THERMOS—Lunch Kits..... S2.39 STA-RTTE—Vacuum Bottles Pint Size $ 95 Qu?rt Size .'.',".'.'. JL59 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. AT WARDS YOI* CA.V f'JrOOSE THE TRACTOR TIUKS That suit your soil and crops: rOWEHTRAC for you farmers who need "Bar" type tires. bar str.iight across. Drives yon * tremendous "Puddle Wheel" power for extra tnirticMi. Top qualify maU'rials years of constant. rtisean-li nnd improvement go in tverv WARD FARM TTKK. "You Can't Buy Rot tor Tiros" Now at Wards in this «joinbina- tion size. l^-CS/n.l'-'-l'S M I'll-) Sil.xlO phis tax MONTGOM KK Y W.V R D IF VOf ARE THIN _IXG OF BUYING A CHICK BROODER . . sec these two first. Sturdy. loner Instinp. .1 and 5 decU rlortric battery chirk brooder. Cons.trurt.od of strong galvanized stoH. Those broodors are automatically bent controlled for sure protection of votir chicks. n rVr-1< ?]-/.t\ for n 4r,o chick rapacity for only .. 5 I."..4f» 5 Dor pizr. for a T'.C chirk .-apao ity for only J<M.I~> fF V0[; A FIE EXPKCTIXc; . . to do any coiH'roto worl; this spring save mon^y with a \vnrd ronT.Aru.i-: ALL STEEL COXC R KTK M 1XE P. Four wny mixing art .'on with every revolution. Holds f, m. ft. of mixing material, thru gives you " ou. ft. mixing- capacity. .Vow only 5'-> ,}j MONTGOMERY WARD INSULATED SIDING ROOFING \Vr nro now taking nrdors for Complete Installations on these items FRKF, ESTIMATES Get Vnrd's Quality nnd bo Sure No Down r.nymont MONTGOMERY WARD Phone 3660 Special* _I_n th StNK AND CABINET CLEARANCE- PRICE A rEW GO" Sink Cabinets Reduced from $10S to $S4.S8. See These Bargains Today MONTGOMERY WARD SPECIALS IN P/UKN'ITURK AT WARDS Porcelain .t Chrome Dinetios Red decorated top. Chrome chairs rov- ered in red leatherette $57.So 2 Piece Living Room Suiles, popular Charles of London, covered in mohair & Cotton Preue.. ..$159.35 Maple Cricket Chair, loose cushion •in blue and rose ......$10.50 -Maple Bedroom Suite with twin beds, chest, and vanity $179.95 MONTGOMERY WARD SPECIAL ON RADIOS 5 TUBE TABLE MODEL in plastic case $29.95 6 TUBE TABLE MODEL in wood cabinet $39.95 6 TUBE CONSOLE MODEL $79.95 6 TUBE TABLE MODEL with record player $54.95 VACUUM CLEANERS TANK TYPE Cleaner, with attachment $62.75 CPillGHT TYPE Cleaner ....$54.95 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. SPEClALS—jEmerson Table Model Radios ..}• $39 s'n FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO." 13 W. Antietam St \~AMTY FAIR ENRICHED FLOUR; \\e now have in stock, with the same good quality and richness you have enjoyed in the past. That Ave.. Hagerstown. Md. WARDS HAVE JU£^ RECEIVED TRUCK TIRE CHAINS Sizes .... Dual 750 x 20 700 x 20 650 x 20 Sizes .... Single 750 x 20 700 x 20 ' 650 r 20 SOUTH WIND HEATERS The famous heater that heats hot in SO seconds. All connections "• .......................... $29.75 CHROME PLATED FOG LIGHTS Safety first ............ $3.95 ea _ S FIRST FOR ALL TOUR TIRES AND ACCESSORIES MONTGOMERY WARD WARD'S CERTIFIED SUPEP HOUSE PAINT Supreme Qualitv One gallon " $ 4 55 One fjuarr. •."..".'.".".'. S ]'.\'> o GALLON' ?''4 < '5 ASSORTED COLOKS MONTGOMERY WARD 10I/LL FIND A FLLL LINE OF POULTRY SUPPLIES AT SCHINDEL-ROHRER CO. SPECIAL, CHICK BROODERS —400 capacitv. electric* Ii- heated and automatically controlled ...J2G.7S MOSBERG RIFLES - 22 caliber Automatic ^30 00 Repeater S27!i}5 For your H-rdware and Poultry needs, see our outstanding stock first. SCHINDEL-ROHRER & CO. 26 S. Potomac St. OFFICERS short overcoat. Mackinaw type. Reasonable. Phone -Ida. - THMEE PIECE Gabardine suits - S ' Ze 3b> shori> Wanted—To BUT Kg ALL KINDS of used furniture and .™.^ *^^,^j ui uaeu nirnuure ana •household goods. 65-G7 W. Franklin St. Telephone 14 HIGHER I cash prices paid for used typewriters. Representative will call. Phone 161S-W after :" n. m. _>V«nfc«l—To ., „ __. 00 \ CALL to Sam's Exchange will j>" .. you the highest cash value {.' -your used furniture, bric-a- brap, glassware and household goods. Let Sam cal! on vovi now. Phone ]31j~w tIIGHE,-,T cash prices paid for new and used furniture Forsvthe.Stor- age. Mill St Phone S49-J ' With Bonnl ROOM AND Board at 221' %Vest Side '' pri ^ ale f amily. ROOM AND Board. Men onfv. An- Ply U6 N'. Mulberry St. " for 2 employe'! porsons Homey, comfortable. Central Ref- _t;nc^ required. Phone 1349. -..(V^ furnished bedroom "with KICK ROOM for emplovetl coup I T?U • Nort ' 1 Kn(i - Kitchen availabl JPhonc 247S-R. le lable' ONE DOUBLE room for married Hal). ONE LARGIi: room with twin beds. I. rivatc bath. One block from . Call 2^52-W ROOM for one single gentleman. Apply alter f, p. m. at. 510 Kevnolds 2 ROOMS, one ii^xt to bath, for two Apply 2M1 S. Prospect St.. 2nd floor. I boTio P. 1 L'2.M. room suitable for one or ,-! ]>~i ~ ,S - \\'. rinccR for Rent BiriLDINC for rent in Funks town or will divide for storerooms nad apartment Write Cox 1ST. care of 23!). Apply 119 North Potomac, or P_[mne_f.l_2. S T O U k I ;T>oTlS~fTices, storage and manufncttn-ing spnco for rent (•;noir RKAT.TY co.. 40 summn AV.' Farnis nn^_ I..nmis 7". ArKI-; farm M'Ij'iT ront on mon^v rent «;Ft()II IlKAI.fv CO.. • k 1?ootj> 7S r :il~N«is liiO \T WILI.lAMSPnilT — Storeroom l"! 1 w;tt.-h ivpairini; and jr\\.-lrv st.MV. Th«is M. HJIIT. ^:;p, Mixry. •: M I' LO V V I) vo t o ]-5i n ,\T \v-7t •• "~f i«>s'7r<> 2 or :t room nnfnntishcd n pt bv April 1st. «,';m furnish rof^n'nops. NV> rliijdfor. or pets. 1'honft Sil'tUM-X private hnim>. Xorih_Eiid preferred. kiAX 'AN'fJ \\TrT~with~smnTi~b7fby th'siro -^ or more roon- apt. or honso. Furniehod or unfurnished. Exrollont rdVrrMiops. Phone 224")-.! : i K$ I V 6 XS11{LE pa r ty~rtos"ifT~s" -i ~5 6 room unfuniishtid npt. or house, f'r^ently no dpd. best ref. Riven. ii-r"XKj> 'V'oriM,]-: 'iunT"t\vo'"r)/iT- dtvn ill-sin.- 4 lo 7 room hous^ fiirnislit-il or unl'iirnislic-d. U'riiJ H..X :;, <>/o lior;ild-^nil. >VAXTEI.» TORRENT" BY APRIL ir> --farm, from SO to I2."> .VIVH. with clootrii'. One fixed to ship ' milk. Will furnish o\vn cqiiSpmont. Good n>foron«'os Write Box 1!U;, cave of Herald-Mail. —To lU-nt RELIABLE veteran and workiH~K wife need 3 or 4 room unfurnished w-ft "i, OI "«A lose , to "asemo Write Box 200, c/o Heriild-Mnll WANTED TO RENT—« or 4* room unfurnished apartment. No children or pets. Excellent references. -Airs. H. H. McNabb. H E. Salisbury St., Williarnsport. Md. Telephone _Vym.spt 2^" g "icunDiie WANTED BY ADULTS—3 or~4 room apt., furnished or unfurnished. Phone 3893-R after 5 p WANTED—By business couple: 2.or 3 rooms unfurnished for light housekeeping-. No children or pets Write Box 18S c/c Herald-Mail WANTED SLEEPING room For middle aged lady with references Write Box 2. c/o Herald-Mall. WANTED—2 or 3 garage* for stor- jtge. Phone KegdyavlHe 7-F-31. Wluow lady desires 2 01- 3 room unfurnished apartment. No children or pets. Phone 1551-R. \\ ILL PAY cash for complete furnishings of apartment or house to secure rental. Must be in clean -section. Phone 3415-I.I. $;.0 UPWARD—For information enabling me to rent an apartment or house, furnished or unfurnished. Write P. O. Box 326. Hagrerstown. Hroker* in Uenl R FOR BEST RESULTS — List your property for sale with- R. A. McCUNB 412-2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 4. nnd l>aiid« for Sale 83 93 ACRE farm. Near Sharpsburg: peach orchard. 6 room house water, electricity. Also 7 acres mountain land. Call Keedysville 52-F-4 or write Box 63. Sharpsburg Md 1(17 A., S room modern house Tenant house. 3 car garage. Milk House. Barn, Running water 0. K. WINGER '2tf> Hnger yi. ph. 2SS3 Ha line* for Sale A DESIRABLE APT. Bids, centrally located. Hardwood floors clr- culatiner hot water heat, stoker. Insulated, storm windows. Each apt is -modern, attractive and beautiful living- units in perfect condition. Poss. 1st floor April 1 516,500. A BEAUTIFUL nine room brick xvith 2 enclosed sleeping porches. Modern kitchen, hardwood floors, oil heat, garage, owner leaving town. Immed. Poss. A very desirable location. J15.000 A DUPLEX. 4 rooms and bath. Each unit in good cond. An investment or home. Reduced to $7850 C RM. Frame, electric modern kitchen sink, steam heat. 2% A, land. Stable, chicken house and other buildings. Drastic reduction in Price for quick sale CAKROLL L. BAECHTEL AGENCY 2nd Natl. Bank BIdg. Phone 1201 A DOUBLE Frame, all eonv. A SINGLE Frame, all conv. Also an Apartment House. E. EARL WHr\MORlD A. L. ZAHN PHONE 3317 HE YOUR own landlord. Buy your home and finance with First Federal Savings .'. Loan A.ss'n. 13 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 CLEVELAND AVE. — Delightfully attractive modern 6 room house, pre-war construction, hot water heat and,garage. Excellent value. SALEM AVE.—Attractive, new modern Cape-Cod house with 5 rms. beautiful lot, poss. April 1. GAS STATION—Cor. location, doing nice business. ?7,500. HALFWAY — Substantial 2-story brick with S spacious rooms, oak floors, bath and central heat, modern kitchen, a house with charm and contentment. Poss. April 1. priced to sell. N. B. ROWE. J6 N. Potomac St. FINE 'PROPERTIES OAK HILL AVE. — Beautifully located S rm. brick home. Ideal for conversion into two apartments. Owner leaving city. S. PROSPECT ST.—Well constructed -nodern dup'ex containing two fite - room apartments. This property has lovely large rooms and is in excellent condition, automatic heat with immediate possession of 1st floor apartment if desired. VISTA ST. — Modern '7 rm. frame home with attached double garage, Stoker and adjoining- vacant lot. Reasonably priced with immediate possess ion. EAST AVE,—Double-brick, 5 rooms, bath anil heat on each side. SHERMAN AVE. — HALFWAY— 6 room modern frame, hot water heat. Beautifully located near school, shopping and transportation. Call Mr. Seibert or Mr. Lindsey BREWER AND LINDSKY Second Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1 ENGLEWOOD RD.—S room dwelling, two baths, modern, large lot and garage. WEST END — Double brick, six rooms each side . $4700 LOANS — INSURANCE — BONDS -TOHN L. SWAIN AGENCY 20 Summit Ave. Phone 20S9-J FINE COUNTRY HOMES 5 Room Brick, all conveniences, complete slaughter honsi and equipment in fine condition. 8M> acres of land, near town. Possession about April 1. S Room Stone House and other out buildings with 7 acres of land, adjoining a fine stream. 5 miles from town, electricity. Possession July 1. Call Mr. Seibert BREWER & LINDSEY Na_n. Bank Bidp. Phone 34SI IF YOU ARE interested in a ten- room home or rooming house, or a two family home, or dormitory or small mirsing home. 1st me show you S04 Brown Avenue. JOHN" F KEAKD. Phone 19SS-W. IF YOU WANT GRACIOUS LIVING IN A XEW AND MODERN TIOM33 DON'T MISS SEEING ONE OF THESE! A VERY Attractive and Unique Home; Situated on Woodland Way. ..FINE Home on Highland Way that is built for real comfort, well insulated. weatherstripped and with storm sash. THESE TWO ARE READY FOR IMMEDIATE POSSESSION A S ROOM Bungalow OR Maryland Ave. New and Modern. A 4 ROOM Bungalow on Avon Road New and Modern. Don't Delay Seeing those Homes Inspection bv APPOINTMENT ONLY! Do not f^ol obligated lo 5fc or call us about buying or listing IHJT?ON" HF.TZER AGENCY S. H. Staub. Assoc. 7 Summit. Ave. Ph. 123S MADISON AVE. G-ROOM BRICK, with conveniences. Half of a double. Approved for a G. I. Price ... ......... S2600.00 P. RICK DUPLEX XORTII KND: 3 and 4 rooms l>r 'ce - ................ J10.000.00 IIOMF. & BUSINESS PROPERTY MODERN in every wny. Hardwood tloor-t. Oil hrat. Fireplace, along with Moment storeroom. P-nilt for Kthel's Rt-umy Parlor. Priced to WEPT FRAXKLIN ST 9 : nOOM liRTCK: Perfect condition. <mo of the best, built properties in Ilio oity. Replacement cost. $16 500.00. Priced to sell. HAGKHSTOWN REALTY CO — Ron 1 tors — 12 W. Franklin St. Hngerstown Md. Phone: 166 xTT H f I f ~T: X T)~ T.ar sT" h r u7k~~hTm~fr Consider •'.xohjuige for smaller property or apartment house -iiI^2LL41£Ay .!_<"< >•• JjL? ln " mi i A v. XORtn'RKN'^UK^^^ inodorn two bedroom home Po«s lesion April 1 ............... $1>S90 CLOSK I.V~L:irK«> double brick. Has oominon.-inl vnlno ...... $1° 500 CAVKTOWX IMKK — 100x200 foot building- sito ............... JllnO TWO — 50x200 building; lots. Rrvan Plno^. Will soil ;it ....... $USO WANTED ?60'^ and f.'>000 for first mort gn gf-s. StROLK RFALTV CO. 17 Summit Ave. ^ for Snle 84 MODLRN five room bungalow. Fountain Head Section. Close to Country Club. Hot air heat, hardwood floors, flreplace. Corner property. Phono 3600. Ext. 234, S a. :n. to 4.30 p. m. PERSONALITY — CHARM- COMFORT B1 £ AIUTIFULLY located in North End this modern 6 room brick home is being: offered at a price considerably under replacement cost. Completed in Spring of 1941 construction and materials are of the finest quality. Not a large home but comfortable and attractive, a few of the many features are double brick garage, arnesite drive, screened porch screens, screen doors, storm windows, insulated. Curtis Silentite vf.h 0 ^'*'^ " cr ? atl °n room with Marbelized linoleum floor laundry tile bath with shower, paneled £l i ' A^ ntry - c <5Pper plumbing. Tlmken Oil vapor heat. Venetian blinds, all hardwood floors laid over tongue and grooved sub floors an wiring- j n vylreflex cable. inis house is situated on attractive landscaped and shrubbed lot 70'xlSO'. truly designed for comfort, economy and a discriminating purchaser. Call Mr. Liudsev BREWER AND LIXDSEST Second Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph "MSI REAL ESTATE, insurance, mort- f^fxT -?, an - 8 " Hnd aui ° financing. JOHN F. HEARD. Phone 13S5-W? SIX room concrete block house and Karage. H Beckley avenue. Half« v ', ai > Possession March 15. Apply 24 Coffman Avenue SUMMIT AV.—.7 room cottage, fireplace. Reduced price. MIDDLEBURG PIKE—S rooms and bath 1st floor; 2 rooms 2nd. New house almost finished. MOLLER AV.—5 rooms & bath, l acre ground, garage. Newly painted and papered. HALFWAY—6 rooms & bath 2 car garage, coal stoker. Near school & transportation. W WASHINGTON ST.—Brick duplex. 4 rooms, hall & bath on each floor. Slate Roof. Hardwood floors, uil neat. 4 car garage &. work shop. ROSE HILL AV.—1st floor gamge* 2 apts. 2nd floor. Large lot. Kea- sonable. GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "-Realtors" -t Vv Washington St. Phone 4423 Jjpen 9 a. m. to S 6 tT'°T 0i ^ Br , Ick ' a11 con - J300 °- Terms. Tru3t Co 7 ROOM Brick House. Electric and water. Large lot Outbuildings. Fair condition. Smithsburg. Apply Wade K. Wolfe, Cavetown. 7 to 12 noon 7 ROOM Bungalow, bath, furnace agarge. 2 miles out $6200 TAVERN — Restaurant. Rooming house. Tavern equipment and some furniture. Poss. April 1st $2000 M. A. DORSE Y Office 106 Grice Bldg. Ph. •'774-'v7 JLot* for Sale LOTS OF BUILDING LOTS—In all sections of the City and Suburbs Choose one now for your New Home. R. A. McCUNE 2na Nat'l Bank Bldg. WEST END — Nice, large corner building lot. $500. Terms. _GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit A _,,---- desirable lots on Wilson Blvd.. near Frederick St $850 each CARROLL L, BAECHTEL 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 1201 LOTS FOUNTAIN HEAD—10Oil00. SOUTH END—3 Lots SUMMER ST.-Appr. 271x105. SUMMER ST.—72x140. CHESTNUT ST.—50x150. BRYAN PLACE—55x150. POINT SALES! DRIVE—7 Lots 1 Acre each. OXFORD CIRCLE—5 L,ots GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. „ • " "Realtors" <4 w. Washington St. Phone 4423 Open 9 a. m. to 9 n. m I ACRE LOT with foundation dug. vvooflpolnt. Greatly reduced S900 Lot at Halfway with garnge ?SOO ...O. R. Sanner. 190f)-W. \ottcen MADELINE H. PEYTON, Complainant vs. LON 1. PEYTON Respondent. No. 17226 Equity. _ In The Circuit Court for Washing-ton County in Equity. The object of this suit is to procure a decree of divorce a vinuilo Miatrimonii of the plaintiff from the defendant. The bill states that the plaintiff was married to the, defendant on .November 21. 1045 by ' a minister of the Gospel at Hagtrs- town, Maryland, and that she lived with said defendant until January '-n. 1946; that on said last mentioned date the defendant left the plaintiff for the purpose of g-oing to the City of Boston to secure employment and since said date, the plaintiff has neither seen nor heard from said defendant: that said plaintiff has attempted. io locate the defendant through t.hn Rnreiin of MissinK Persons and through the records of the United .States Army but bus been unable by any of suid means to locate or find the defendant; that siib- secjuent to January :>.-,. UM6. the Plaintiff has come into the possession of certain letters and other papors which show that Die said defendant, before the marriage us aforesaid, had married a cortnin Deana Peyton in Ymna, Arizona on or about 19-U nnd that s;ml lust mentioned marriage has never b*-c-n " -solved by divorce or annulled and still a valid ami subsist!nf: mar- nrigre; that by reason of the facts hereinbefore set forth the plaintiff is advised, believes and. therefore, says that her marriaye to th^ defendant is, under the Laws of Marvin nd. null and void ab initio: that the condii'.-t of the plaintiff toward the defendant hns always been kind, affectionate and above reproach: that no fhild or children were born as a result of said marriage nnd that tii« plaintiff is a resident of Hatrers- tnwn. Washington Comity. MaVy- land. Tii,-. hill prays that the plaintiff may be divorced a vinculo m:v- trimcmii from the defendant; that the marriusrt aforesaid belwoon th« plainriff and. tho defendant max- l»t> declared null and void, th.it " the plaintiff may have the ripht to re- sumo h?r maiden name and that the plaintiff may have snch other and further relief as her case may re- It Js thereupon, this 4sh dav of March, A. D.. KM7. ordered by" the Oirruit Court for Washington County in Kouity. thru tb-> '-^n-ipi'"'•"•! n t by ransinpr a copy of this order to >>•'• inserted in st.ni>> Ti<Mvsp«p.-r imli- i"d in said Washing-ton Couniy once in i»a<-h of f'mr st>o<vssive weeks boforo tb^ 2nd day of" April" A. I).. 1947. Riving notice to the said defendant of th>- object and .s u b- of the bill. wnrnliiK 1 bint to '--it in This Court in person or bv solirltor on or before th* 3Sth day o'f April. A. p.. 31-47. to show caus'^ if any li«- has. why n decree o\ight not to \}f>. pnssf-tl ns prayed EDWARD OSWALD. TH1-K «:OT'Y—TFST- Clerk, j-^wnld.jnprk. Clossified Disploy DE WALD CUT-OFF SAW WELDING TORCHES COMPASS SAWS NEW VENTILATING FAN'S §1 Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. Classified Display Rcnl E«t><e for Snle trTj^Tl r-v r-r \n\(^ J^eal M ^Tp{}" UMU(Ei Estate . 1VmF1£ "Designed for Service" lh'0 ACRES in Creafoss section. LiRht room home with modern conveniences, running water. This farm is ideally located. Possession can be arranged to suit purchaser. n L , A ?, G ?. R ES1D13XCE— on S. Prospect St. Can be easily converted into a 2 family duplex. Oil heat. This property is available immediately. « « . SO ACRES— with 7 room old stone house. Bath, furnace fired by bin- fed stoker. Lovely shade and stream. Ihis is a real country home. * • • 3 FAMILY BRICK — apartments «iui corner storeroom, splendid heating plant with bin fed stoker, Uns is an attractive investment. • \« • NEAR INDIAN SPRINGS— 4 room bungalow. About 2Vj acres of land; ..Hh all household furnishings- 2 Vri i^ 0 ?' sl i. ltes - llvin * room suite. frigidaire. heatrola. cook stove All for .......................... $3500 CONSULT US FOR G. L LOANS r Vin «A« 8Uburban hoi "e s or farms for J10.000 or less. All iiiQUirles given courteous and prompt attention. The L. S. Spangler Agency L. S. Spangler — Glenn V. Hall ^nd Floor 2nd N T afl Bank Public Sale TIC POSTPONEMENT OP SALE J UBLIC Due to roads being closed Sale will not be held Today, March 4 New Date ' TUES., MARCH 11 JOHN W. POTTER. Two miles east of Greencastle NOTICE The Fred Baker Sale SCHEDULED FOR MAR. 3, WAS POSTPONED It will be held MARCH 14, 1947 AT 11 A. M. SAME PLACE L Tf/fa (t? f\ TT T 1C -SALI OF VALUABLE REAL AN T D PERSONAL PROPERTY ' SATURDAY. MARCH S. 1947 AT 1:00 O'Clock Sharp. On the premises occupied by me on Church St.. Boonsboro, Md. Household effects: Walnut corner clipboard, oak bed room suite, bureau, washstand, buffet, sofa bed, child's bed, springs, rockers, chairs, extension table, carpet. . linoleum blinds, mirrors, pictures, Frigidaire.' Philco radio, bridge light, electric sweeper and attachments, range, oil .stove, ovens, dishes,' pans, jars, washing machine, iron kettle, kettle stove, zinc, tubs, benches, IruH cupboard, step ladder, cross cut saw. axe. some tools, wheelbarrow, corn sheller, corn cracker and other, articles too numerous to mention. 1036 Chevrolet Coach, excellent condition, 30,000 miles. Heal Estate: At the hour of 2 o'clock the undersigned will , offer for sale on the premises afore mentioned the valuable real estate located on the North side of Church street. Boonsboro. Md. Frontage 31 ft. more or less running back for a depth of 173 ft., more or less to an alley. Improved by a two story, seven room brick house, washhouse, garage and productive garden. For title reference see deed from Mabel K. and W. Harry Kaby to Charles H. Xunamaker dated July 20. 1921 and recorded in Liber No. 1",0 folio 470, one of the Land Records of Washington County, Mel. TERMS OF SALE: Personal property: Cash. No property to b'e removed until settled for. Heal Estate: A deposit of $500.00 will he required of the purchaser on day of sale, balance due on or before April 1. 1547. and upon payment thereof full possession -of the premises will be given. CHAS. H. NUNAMAKER. .-\ucfioneer: Page Ditto. SLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL F.STATE SITJ'ATKD NKAR CKATtFOSb' WASHINGTON" COUNTY ' -MARYLAND Pursuant to Power of S:ih' contained in the Last Will ajjd Testament of Lewis Frank Murray, late of Washington County, deceased. I. the undersignerl F.xecutor -will .sell at publi(- sale in front of the Court Monsi?. in irngerstown, >Inryland. b.'tween the hours of 1 and 3 "p m., on TUESDAY. APRIL 1st, 19-17 -nll tliat real estate : ituate ;ilong tlu: rn;ul leading from Cearfoss Maryland to the Broadfording Church in Washington County, Maryland, containing thirteen (1^) acres and one hundred forty-two (112) perches of land, more or Jess, .ind being: the same propeVty which wns conveyed tr> the said" Lexvis Frank Murray ;m<l wife bv the 'following (.-onveynno-s: from'Daniel ?; Xellter and wife to the. ?=aid Lewis Frank Murray by do.-il ilateil April 4th. 18r»r, and recordert in Liber No. KM. folio ^-{2. ono of the Land Records of Washington County; from ,1. August in* Miison. Trustee to the snitl l.t'wi.s I'rank Murray antl wife, .by tl<:erl dntod April 10th. ian a7 N i<l recorded in Libor No. 141. folio ^40 one of the Laud Records of Wash-' itigton County; and from Preston K. Myors ami wif«> to t.he said T>owis F. Murray and wife, bv deed dated June Ttb. ]!»24 ;uui to" be recorded among the Land Records of Washington County, io ^-hirh rororded iU-<!<l.s reference is hereby made This property is improved by a 2U story. fram>^ dwelling, six rooms. i'l»-ctrir. stimmor kitolu-ii. ptnlile garage .TIH) r.Jh^r out buildings, 2 cis- trrns ami om» well. Land in a good sialf of cultivation and adaptable io truckinar. TERM.S OF SALF.: A Five hundred ($:.()().Oft) Dollar deposit will be re- Miilred on th-» tiny of s.ii,., balance on or l>*fon: HO days therenfter. Full possession upon fin:il settle- mvnt fr-r .said properly. T.I47 State :md County Tiix> l s nil 'p-^'d. MARTIN L. HOPPK, F.xeculor. .hie ( . Siiyo-s'. A not ionof-r. lif-orn.' f*. Ifii ky. Attoriu>y FLASH.! All "finders" will be on the lookout for the descripUoYi of your lost article in the Want Ads. ROTZ BAB7 CHICKS Live. Lay and Pay Nine standard breeds Se.xed pullets and cockerels. Special price on Leghorns nnd heavy cockerels. All breeder? culled and bio' •1-teste' 1 . Frea Catalogue and Price List RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poultrv Fnrm and Hatchery Box ,»F. Fort London, Ps, Phono St Thomas 137RJJ The Mariiing Herald, Hage^town, id., Tuisilijr, Minh *, 1547 NINE Classified Display PubHc 8nl« I, the undersigned, will sell at y farm on the Cavetown Pik« one l« east of Bridgeport on WEDNESDAY. MARCH 5. 1947 at 1 P. M. All the following: 2 Horses—Both good truck patch leaders. 3 Jersey Cows—Fresh with calves by their sides, 1 Sow. New Idea manure spreader; McCormick-Deering corn planter, jter- tinzer attachment; mower; hay ke; hay ladder; 2 horse wagon; plows; harrows: disk; harness complete for 2 horses; hos: feeders: fountains; double ladders; corn sheller; cutting box; 2000 Ib. track f^ales: paper baler: Westinghouse i ly Chaser fan; and many other Classified Display Pn»Hc Salt. articles used on a truck farm. Also some rood antiques: 6 chairs; one Emplra mmhofany sideboard: one Empire mahogany table: on* whac-not. . . H. T. BAIR Auct.—Lewis Renner. Clerks—Bowers and Long. Service HOME AND FARM WIRING Radio & Appliances Sales &. Service R. C. A. & Fada Radios 5 Gallon Hot "Water Heater Ra.Jo Sales & Service XOWELL ELECTRICAL CO., Inc. State Line, Pa., or 30 Way«id» Ave. Hagerstown, Md. Phone 7S7-J Phone Greencaetle 902-R-21 H you want co nnd real value in a. srood used car tur. to the "Auto« for SaU" adc in th« Clas»ifl«d Section Having «old my farm. I will sell my entire farm equipment and stock ^? C «rr^^^^^ i \v eish Run and 5 miles 5 HEAD GOOD HORSES— Single line leaders and offside workers. 25 HEAD OF MILK! COWS— Consisting of Holsteins " FARMING IMPLEMENTS— John Deere Tractor Model B in bnder S f c t omaer, b-it. cut; con- Brlggs and Stratton motor; mower S'-ft ru "Vn ule wonder, two i-horse and one 2-horse Syracuse- fivp harrnw-c one 18, two 20, one 22, one 81 and one 3 -section lever- 2 International rid ' mg corn plows, International disc and cultipacker 6 two 5-shSve cultiva^ tors, set hay carriers, 20-ft., corn sheller, Fairbanks platform scal fork and rope, wagon bed full of articles 'too numerous to mfntlon i—Four sets Yankee fronts in good condition 6 leather Lers and nets. ' ' co - 1 -" 1 - 1 4x4-s 2i e°tJ. t0 3>000 f6et second - hand Dumber, consisting- of boards, 2x4's, HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Cook stove in jrood condition Round Oak hard coal burner, bed-room suite, set good hedsprinsa, flour chest oil brooder stove. Fordu milkers. 10-grallon milk cans. 2 strainers G tood oak barrels and many other articles not mentioned. ^neis, o gooa oa^ Barrels Sale must start at 12 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. D. W. STAHL, Zimmerman and Renner. Aucts. R ' R ~' Mercers *urg;, Pa. Du/lleld and Royer. Clerks. — MARCH ?, 1 FRIDAY AT 11 A. M. 1 J^ew Idea manure spreaders; 1 John Deer corn planter? 1 Bla^Wawt' - ^^ *»• bed room furniture.. and Lunch served by Aid Society, o f Benevola U. B. Church. ' / TERMS: CASH. No goods to be removed until settled for. ETGENBRODE—Auct. LONG & KING—Clerks. FAYETTE R. HARP AT 12 O'CLOCK ; te \ 0 V^ u Si^T^K? Chesur White ' One\n,S? AD ° F SHEEP 1S ~ Wel1 bred Hanipshires with lambs by side. 1 T AR ! : . MACHINERY— One Idea manure spreader McCormick- Ifa dumP rake ' cor P n planter, Bro™a 2- r - agr ° n ^ ? Ol j ver watWngr ploWs. 1 Brown t i> .- D eering S-in. feed grinder, 2 and 3-hor^e harrows, one 24-iooth and one 17-tooth harrows 2 i ' es horse power gas engine, Delco light , ankee fronts, bridles, saddles, halter" n e e S t5. f0r ' 6 HOUSEHOLD— Aetna cook stove. DeLaval cream separator Delco Kh'Vm i table< bej!! - haby hlls?y - st ^"'-'-- chairs, 5-burner oil "tove with built-in oven, many other articles not listed. Terms: Cash. Auctioneer: Kenntr. Clerks: Fockler and Ebv. J. GARDNER MILES .. v, ( fi. the undersigned, by order of the Orphans' Court, will sell at the • M Cha V es c - ^ v olf« farm, three miles south of Smithsburg on Wolfs- A 1116 AT 11:30 O'CLOCK "0 vLrl°M^ ES ~L' Bl11 ; srey horse 20 years old ' ^ader; 2, grey horse -w jears old, good worker. 6 HEAD OF CATTLE—2 milk cows in full flow, two IS mo. old heifers: one 18 mo. old bull, all Guernseys; 1 fat steer. «niv 7 Jnf'V 3 ° F I ^? GS ^L f! \ t hogs ' *°° lbs ' each: l Doar - 35 ° ^s.: 1 brood sow will farrow March 30th; 2 shoats. SO Ibs. each; all full Berkshire. ,-.. F-^R-V MACHTXERY—1 Farmall ft. .ractor on rubber, in good con- niuon i double disc Massy Harris tractor plow; 1 iMcCormick-Deerins ..-oottom tractor plow, 14-inch; l McCormick-Deerinsr double disc; 1 trac- cor wood saw; one 2-horse Swab wagon with bed- one 1-horse Swab wag-on with bed; 1 McCormick-Deering maniac spreader, in good shape; one f/i. McCormick-Deering- binder with tongue truck; 1 Superior 9- noot orill. g-ood condition; I McCormick-Deerinp mower, good; 1 John ueere corn planter, good; one 2- or 3-horse Wiard plow two 16-tooth i iv^IiVol McCo , rril . Jck r De P rin ^ riding corn plow; l bobsled; 1 slab drag; 1 nheelbarrow; l single shovel plow; 1 hand saw; 1 l-man saw l cross- hu «ft«vLi a i nv ' t 2 i> riar , s cythes, I sickle rrinder: 1 feed chest; 1 double -"hovel plow, l hay fork, rope a.nd pulleys; forks, scoops, sledges: ^r 0 ^"^ H measures: 1 single wire stretcher; 1 Clipper mill with screens, bag wagon single and double and triple trees; 1 grain cradle: 1 horse rake; 3 iron kettles, one 20-ft. ladder; l stepladder; 1 potato plow: "horse" 5 * '" ° ne 1935 International % ton truck; harness for HOUSEHOLD GOODS—1 Majestic white enameled kitchen range, almost new; 1 Kalamazoo range, good; 1 Estate 4-room heatrola; 1 Round uaK chunk stove; l Kelvinator refrigerator, good shape; 5 beds and springs; 2 sets hard bottom kitchen chairs: 3 odd chairs; 2 rockers; ] couch; 1 electric table lamp: one S-day clock; lot of antiques; 3 antique safes: * antique chests of drawers: several old guns; 2 benches: extension drop leaf and work tables; 1 barrel churn: canned yoods; emptv fruit jars; stone jars and crocks: tubs; ice cream freezer; 100 Ib. horne"- marte soap: 1 brush burner: many articles too numerous to mention. / Rnled hay. Corn. Fodder. TERMS—Cash. No goods removed until settled for. HARRY E. WOLFE PAUL WARRENFELTZ. Auctions: Eigenbrode. Administrator-. • Clerks: Paulsgrove and PAiilsgrove. Lunch privileges r Xotlce* CITY PARK PRIVILEGES Sealed bids will b« received by the City Park Co:nmission for the use of Refreshment Stand season 1947 from April 1st to December 1st. 1947. Bids must be In by March 31st, 1947. Beer will not he permitted to be sold on the premises. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or accept any bids which in the Judgment of the Board of Park Commissioners is for the best interests of the city. For complete details see secreUry, Albert H. Splelman. 202 Frederick St.

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