The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 6, 1947 · Page 7
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
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Hmllo A BONAF1DK REPAIR" JOB—CALL WANTED—Colored"man forpunTry BBNN RADIO SERVICE work. Must have good references. R04 Ridge Avo. Ph._1619 : AL .APl^LJ^k-'L^i^fJ^ll^ol. Ph.JJO: j ,4. WILL (ilVE lioine to~wt7rkTijg r irian witli good Industrious son. 17 or 3S years old. who will work on _ _ ALL KINDS™ of KlecTrical Wiring. Radio Sales & Service. NO WELL ELfiCTRlCAL CO., INC. _"0_\yayside_»v«> L _ L-Mione 787_-J_._ FOR COMPLETE radio"service, parts or tubes, cull "DKXTLER GROS., JJ_S.»njinu_AV(p._ Plu no_4:29G-J_. "PAUL L ' K KPLi"NGE II • Radio & Eleciric Service J22 M'>'U'.yi.- 1 »,i_Aye. Phon eJJ800-.K_ RADIO & MOVIE SERVICE Tubes, parts, lamps, hardware, projectors, screens, film for sale or . rent. Used records, door chimes. SOUND LABORATORIES 5S E. Washington St. Ph. 3716. . . who will work on farm by the mouth. Phone Wav-nes- 826-R-22 Sttiu.<i»itM—WniUrd Pemiile NURSE- By day or week.. Phone WljMAN with 2 year old~c : hlB desires housekeeping. Write Box 19S, c/o Herald-Mail. Situation* Wiiii(e(t — .Mitl<? __ 37 __ _ ALL KIND'S" of"haulliiir'—asHes rub•. bish, small movings. C. L. Har- 1 __R'?as i _{)r_icos._ Phone 4193. H A U LING" OK af] Uirid7r^.shes.""ruYf- • l>ish i' furniture. \V. A. Whortou. J'• ^-L_^l_ .All 1 'JUl 1 !"- 5 !! U-J-ib-JJiU ~^i: LOCAL AND out-of to'wn hauling Quick nick-uT) and delivery Phone 4254-J. 24S2-J for crating: to go anywhere. Moving in' the Stato of Maryland. 25 yrs experience. II. Rnsil Martin FunUstown _ __ __ VET with 10 yrs. experience as S.O. cook and counterman desires day or niyht work. Write Box S c/o !lerald-Mai). 18 .fojr_j?ai* _jy SEWING and washing machines repaired. Parts for all makes. 329 Lingauore Avt. Ph. 4251 -W. SIN!"' and wall cabinets made to lit your kitchen. Phono 1753-M. 10 A. M. to 4 Pi M. 2 GOOD electric wanhlng machines, floor model radio, small table radio, Itirfre heairola. No. 1 cobbler potatoes. $1.20 a bushel. 1933 Plymouth sedan. 1940 S-ton truck. A-l condition. (J year old plow leader, 2:1 pigs, fat hogs. W. t;. Turner. 3 miles south Kunkstown on Rox- _lmrv_IUl. WAS MING rnachfiies repaired, parts and wringer rolls. Jones Appliance Service, 24 Summit Aye. Pnone_24. 1% GALLON automatic"gas water heater for sale, J30, Wilson's Rest.. 10, RiiKimoi-p St. Ph. 414S. A GIFT SHOP--Excellent location. All good quality, salable merchandise. Attractive display units. A proposition of outstanding merit. R. A. McCUNE 2nd Niit'l Hank ';iil> > iiiK._ " Look at your walls. Your friends do. Call 11. M. SMITH Pap r ha n s in u — Si-raping Phone t!"7-Wl — R. !•' D. No. 1. __ It^piiirlii^ mill Kef in [shins _ '10 F. J. G AOk — lleupholstering and repairing furniture. Phone 3056 _2S E. """ranklin 3t ___ FURNITURE reujm'olsL«red"and repaired. ji.74.4jsT. Paul H. Darr. 1'iione FURNITURE REPAIRING — REF1NISH1NG "Custom and Antique Finishes" ROBERT E. ARTZ .__!01 SUMMIT AVE. PH. 139S-J. FURNITURE Reupholstered Fine line of FABRICS. W L. KARN Rear F,S Randolph Av . Ph. 12C3^M. FURNITURE repaired and re'fln- ished. Antique custom finishes. ROBERT II. BELL 136 S. Pot. St.""^ Phone 4254-J. Help Wantrti—-FemnU- U CAPABLE experienced middle-aged white woman to assist witli housework. Live in if preferred. Top salary. Good home for right person. Phone 4253. EXPERIENCED COOK wanted" Good /ages and short hours. Apply 2.=)U E. Franklin St.' FOR SALE — Compleiti while you wait Photo Outflt. This includes— Photo Booth and Camera with F3.5 Lens. Direct '-"osltive Enlarger Plenty of Film and Chemicals. Nothing: else to Buy—This outfit is in perfect i.'ondition. ready to operate. Will leach buyer how to operate in few hours. Priced for quick sale. A real opportunity to be in business for yourself. Apply Tri-State Studio. Franklin & Poto- __mac Sts..___H_a"grstmvn^ M <\. FOR SALE—2 established bread routes, with or without truck. Write Box 2S, Cavetown. Md. ItiiKim-x* and <)jJtue_JKqn5ptiient 5-1 RE.STA URANT EQUIPMlSNT"""" Electric Soda Fountains; .Upholstered Booths; Lacy Electric Hot Cups: Electric Fudgo Warmers; Fryers, gas or electric, all sisies; Griddles, electric or gns; li^nvy Duty Restaurant Gas Ranges: Electric Direct Bt^r Box. H. A. WEISS & SON _225..N. Jonathan St. '1V1. 131R-.I. WELL Established Bakery Route for Sale. Reasonable. Write Box 7 «!/n Herald-Majl.__ '_ LARGE .MEAT AND GROCERY Store .vith modern equipment, doing a volume business. Price reduced for quick sale. OROH .REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. 1 f u rm an d _p «J ry J * r oilii c t« 5 5 FUL-6-PEP "ffieds" are" specially designed for poultry and live stock that is bred to produce. Let u? t«ll you of the outstanding 194(1 record of Ful-O-Pep fed poultry and live stock at the great shows of the nation. Sold exclusively in Washington County by Howard's of Hager.stown. 5-7-9 30. Baltimor St. Phone SOC for excellent de- 1 Ivory sprvicp. Oonl and \Vood >l<>ntty to Louii. 49 MAIDS WANTED Apply Housekeeper DAGMAR HOTEL GOOD JOB—White. 16 to 45. Housework family of three. Live in. Salary equal to $-10 w"eek. Write Box '4, C/Q Herald-Mail. LOAXS TO FARMERS LONG TERM CREDIT 1% — For: Purchase of tarms. refinancing of mortgages, repairs or construction of buildings. SHORT TERM CREDIT 4%%— For: Purchase of dairy cow». farm machinery, feeder cattle, feed, seed, fertilizer. Refinancing of debu. repairs or construction of buildings. FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION Pythian Castle Bullatn« " 20 North Court St. Frederick. Ud. Local Representative: Walter D. Bromley In the office of Henry Holzapfel, III Grice Building. Phone 49S Hagerstown, Maryland Tuesday & Friday 9-12 o'clock FOR COAL quality and service, cs.1 L. E Kendrick. 121 Buena Vista Ave. Phone 90S-R. In S<oroi INSULATED SIDING HOOFING We are now taking orders for Complete Installations on these Items. FREE ESTIMATES Get '.. ard's Quality and be Sure No Down Payment Required MONTGOMERY WARD Phone SG60 1 f ft I \Kf K f O r S !l 1 1 S —To Iti'»f SI veteran and working ! S1 -^ room concrete block house and RELIABLE wife need 3 or 4 room unfurnished apt,, in or closo to Hagerstown. J Vl H e .JlP_x_ 200j__c/p Jlerald -Mail. WANTED — I n town : Imlld S n"g~ "w Ttli at lea'st UOOO square fet't floor space. Can be one or two stone*. Will rent or lease. Write Box 10 c/o H.erald-MaH. SPECIALS IN FURNITURE AT WARDS Porcelain & Chrome Dinettes. Red decorated top.. Chrome chairs oov- erer in red leatherette $57.95 2 Piece Living Room Suites, popular Charles of London, covered In mohair & Co'tton Freize $159.95 Maple Cricket Chair, loose cushion, in blue and rose J10.50 Maple Bedroom Suite with twin beds, chest, and vanity....J179.J5 MONTGOMERY WARD ._ ____ _ WANTED TO RE"NT— 3 or 4 room unfurnished apartment. No children or pets. Excellent references. Airs. H, II. McNabb. 14 E. Salisbury St.. Willlamspori, Md. Telephone SINK AND CABINET . CLEARANCE PRICE A FEW CO" Sink Cabinets Reduced from S10S to SS4.SS. "ee These Bargains Today MONTGOMERY WARD JAMISON'S DRY KINDL'NG WOOD $3 to 510 loads. Phone 410S-J 12 to i p. m. or aftor 5 p. m. > ' THE BEST In firewood. $2.75 and 55.00 load Immediate delivery. Call K & S Pinwood. 3S04. _ Good Thing* To E»t_ 37 'APPLES — All leading varieties. Wholesale and retail. MARTIN'S COLD STORAGE Mlrtrtleburc Pike Phone 4137 Goad* SPECIALS—Emerson Table Model Radios J32.50 FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO. n W. AntiHam St. TRACTOR TIRE CHAINS 'hese famous chains are designed to give improved center traction— cross chains are connected together in center" of tread with welded links which keep cross chains upright and prevent them from dropping into tire grooves. Large links are self cleaning, case hardened steel. Kasv to install, .'ire Size: 1'.2n/<.(;-!8-2S .$20.05 pair and other popular sizes MONTGOMERY WARD WANTED BY ADULTS—3 or 4 room apt., furnished or unfurnished. Phone aS93.R after G p. m. WANTED—By business couple: 2 o~r 3 rooms unfurnished for light housekeeping. No children or pets. -WjL* te_Bqx_] S S c/c_ JI e ni ld_-Ma H. WANTED' SLEEPING* room To? middle aged lady with references. Write- Box 2,_ cyo Herald-Mall. WANTED—2 or 3 garages for stor- Phone Keedyavllle 7-F-31. WILL PAY cash for complete furnishings of apartment or house to secure rental. Must be in clean .section. Phone 3 4 1J- !... . _ _ _ _ _ I OR 0 ROOM unTurnislu-il apartment. No children or pets.' Phone }l?iLJf « k_ fo_r_Mr. lies s. __ C ROOM house "Tii""C"ity or wiih'fn radius of flv« miU-s. Urgently needed by 5 adults. Wm. Logan Baker. garage, H Beckley avenue. Halfway. Possession March 15. Apply _24 _Oot'fman Avenue. 7 ROOM Brick' Electric and water. Large lot. Outbuildings. Fair condition. SmithsburR-. Apply Wade _K._._\\jOJi'e. Cavolown. 7 to 12 noon. SUMMIT AV.—7 room cottage, fireplace. Reduced price. MOLLER AV.—r. rooms & bath. 1 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 room.s, hall & bath on each floor. Slate Roof. Hardwood floors. Oil he:iL_.4 car garage & work shop. ROSE HILL AV.—1st floor garage. 2 npts. 2nd floor. Large lot. Reasonable. 0AYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "Realtors" JjL-WMgash 111 K to n fit. P ho ma 4 4 23^ The Kprnfog Herald, Hagerstown, Md t , Thursday; March 6,1947 NINE ilOME AND FARM WIRING Uiulio &. Appliances Sales & Service R. C. \. & Fada Radios • G Gallon Hot \Vat«- Heater Ra..lo Sales &. Service NOWKLL ELECTRICAL CO.. Inc. State Line, Pa., or 30 Wayside Md. Phone 787-J Phone Greencastle 902-R-21 Xotlven birteag©©^ NOTICE _ TilK AV'EKAiTK _ 5ast"s yrs. Refinancing is expensive. Use term mortBago when only you I'Vdornt Savings & Loan Ass'n. . .loniHtui>t . 'I'.-l. 001 f>a REWARD— If or Information enabling me to rout an apartment or hovise. furnished or unfurnished Write P. O. Box 320, liaprerstown. Md. ADMIRAL Portable Radios. A, year around present. Zenith Portables and Console Combinations. See them at Jones Appliance Service. 21 Summit Are. BOTTLED-GAS Ranges with reduced "metered" Gas service rates. Immediate Installation. Jones Appliance Service 24 Summit Ave.Phone 24. " CLEARANCE SALE or' all kinds of used furniture and household goods at very low prices. Rear of 25 \'> W. Franklin St.. in alley room formerly occupied by Dixie Supply Co., Phone 14. Girl for general oflice work. Must be able to type. Pleasant working conditions. 37 hr •week. Write Box 6 o/o Herald-Mail giving ref. NURSE for Old People's Home. Apply Quincy U. B. Orphanage and Home, Quincv. Pa. Ph. Waynesboro 93G-R-31; PART TIME OR FULL TIME SERV- ices of intelligent girl to assist in reading 1 and classifying- medical literature. Permanent position, ^'rlte giving telephone number to Box 9 c/o Herald-Mail. WAITRESS—Over 17 years wazited for night shift. 3:30 to 12. S hours a. day, 6 days a week. Apply the _ Keystone,_.l Public Square. •"WAITRESS — Wanted. Day work. Experience not necessary. Apply Savoy . Restaurant. 100 W. Washington St. PRIVATE PARTY has funds available for mortgage at 4%. Inquiries strictlv confidential. Write Tiox_l_. _c/o Herald-Mail. SEE WHAT you save when you finance your home with a Direct Reduction Home Loan. Ask us for inform ition. First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 33. N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 COMPLETE bed room suite. Dark walnut veneer hnish. Consisting of double bed with springs, chest of drawers, bureau, vanity with 3 mirrors and vanity bench. Price •5t;0 to quick buyer. Phone 122. ELECTRIC refrigerator. Excellent condition. Phone, 1242-W. ELECTRIC Frigidaire, excellen 1 condition, apply 1145 Beechwood Drive after' G p. m. ) WAsHING Machine. Good condition Apply "i Aval on Avc. Muatcnl, Dancing, Drnmatica 44 DANCING—1-9 dally. 1 guarantee to teach every scholar. Strasser's Studio. 23 W. Wash. St. Ph. 69S-W. Dog<. Cat«, Other Pct» WAITRESS wanted. Apply Rose Bowl Restaurant, Bus Terminal. E. An tie tarn St. WAITRESSES wanted. Apply Unclt John's Cabin. Frederick street. .WAITRESS Wanted. Apply- Bentzel's. 44 Summit Ave. WANTED — bright young girl for generali-office work. Must be good - in basic mathematics. Very little typing. Starting salary 526 for - 40 hour 5 day -week. Opportunity for advancement. Apply between 12 and 1 or 5 to 7 p. m. HAGERSTOWN MANUFACTURING CO. 113 Summit Aye. RABBITS — Any size — For Sale. Phone 32S7-M. QUADINE your dog AGAINST falling hair, dandruff scales, ear and carcoptic mange, fleas, lice, 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. WESTING HO USE ELECTRIC Stov (not flat-top). Can he seen at 1021 Beechwood Drive. Hamilton Parl .between (i and S p. in. USED Montgomery Ward washing machine. In good condition. Phon 1232-J. Apply 947 Chestnut St. Machinery :md Tooli CORN OR bale elevator, 20 feet long Can be driven by electric motor o power take-off. Paul D.-Showalter Ph. 5S3-W-11. Hrokcr* In Heal It FOR BEST RESULTS — List your properly for sale with- R. A. McCPN'R 412-2nd Niii'l Bank Bldg. Phone 4. VANITY FAIR ENRICHED FLOUR; We now' have in stock, with the same good quality and richness you have enjoyed in the past. That good V .nity Fair Enriched Flour. MARTIN FEED & IMPLEMENT SUP Penna.. .Ave.. Hagerstown. Md. WARD'S CERTIFIED SUPER HOUSE PAINT Supreme Quality 'tie gallon I 4.95 One quart $ 1.42 GALLON $24.25 ASSORTED COLORS MONTGOMERY WARD mid LutirU for Snlc; _SX Vi A. 7-room house., e,leo.. hog pen. chicken house, on hard road. Poss. April 1st. ?2200. C. E. WINGER 2?,fi linger St. Phone 2SS3. for Snle C ROOM house tiul bath. 'Apply IIS POSTPONEMENT OF 4 PUBLIC SALE Sale was not held Tuesday, March 4 Due to roads being closed Sale will be held TUESDAY, MARCH 11 at 11 A. M. JOHN W. POTTER 2 mllerr east of Greencastle. Pa. l.;)OM modern semi-bungalow. Apply 23C Bf-lview Ave.. after 5 i>. m. J.ot* for Snlr: 83 AVAI.ON" 'AVE."—Two"" nice lots'. Priced reasonable. Phone 1275-R. S14 W. Washington St. LOTS OF BUILDING LOTS—In all sections or" th<! Oily and Suburbs. Buy one now for your New Home. R. A. McCUNE 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. LOT ON Wabash Ave., 40x140. Apply 45 W. Antietam St.. Basement .jAnt-. after f> p. in. GARAGE EQUIPMENT—Aro pressure greaser, Westinghouse battery charger. 5-bs.ttery capacity. Apply 329 Linganore Ave. Phone 4251-W. GENERAL Electric fast battery charger. A-l condition, used 4 months. $125. 004 W. Washington. WARD'S INVITE YOU TO SEE THEIR SPORTS DEPT. We feel that we have the finest Sporting Goods Department in Hagerstown and vicinity and Ave are very proud to have you come in and inspect our merchandise. You will find on display such item 1 ; as: Baseball Equipment, Basketball Equipment. Hunting Equipment, and Fishing Equipment. To help you prepare for the fishing season, this is some of the Items ready for you to take home. Stepl rods, fly rods, casting re^ls. fly reels, creels, tackle boxes, boat seat cushions, bait . buckets, line, leaders, hooks. sinkers, split shot, bobs, plugs, lures, dried bait, wet bait, dry flies, wet flies, floats, boat and hand nets, grab hooks, wading boots, seines, minnow nets, reel grease, line dressing, rod varnish, dry fly oil. ferrule cement, and if you can think 'of anything else you need, see us, we are sure we can .help you. You can also purchase your ammunition for 22 cal. rifles and shot guns _J34 A DESIRABLE APT. Bldg. centrally located. Hardwood floors, circulating hot water heat, wtoker. Insulated, storm windows. Each apt. is modern, attractive anc beautiful living units in perfect condition. Poss. 1st floor April 1 516,500. A BEAUTIFUL nine room brick with 2 enclosed sleeping porches. Modern kitchen, hardwood floore. oil heat, garage, owner leaving town. Iromed. Poss. A very desirable location. Reduced from $15,000 to $13,000 for quick sale. A DUPLEX. 4 rooms and bath. Each unit in good cond. An Investment or home. Reduced to .$7850 6 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. BAECHT-EL AGENCY 2nd Nail. Bank Bldg. Phone_V201 A DOUBLE Frame-rail conv Guilford Ave. * DOUBLE BRICK, all conv., Fairground Ave. A SINGLE Frame, all conv.. West Ead. K. EARL WHITMORE A. L. ZAUN Phone .1347 LOT ON Maryland Ave. 50x170. Phone 382-W. LOTS FOUNTAIN HEAD—lOOSc'100. SOUTH END—3 Lots. SUMMER ST.—Appr. 271x106. SUMM'ER ST.—72x140. CHESTNUT ST.—50x150. BRYAN PLACE—55x150. POINT SALEM DRIVE—7 Lots. 1 Acre each. OXFORD CIRCLE—S Lots. GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "Realtors" 74 W. Washington St. Phone 4423 The Howard Churchey Sale SCHEDULED FOR MARCH C HAS BEEN POSTPONED SALE WILL BE HELD MARCH 15, 1947 SAME TIME AND PLACE HOWARD CHURCHEY S*le iALE Hor»e«, Cattle. Other Stock 48 FOR SALE—One fine Guernsev cow. T. B. Tested and Bangs. Earl Tal- berL Boonsboro. Md. Phone Keedysville 22-F-4. JPonltry nn<I Supplte» 4ff 'WOMAN dishwasher wanted. Ap', ply Uncle John's Cabin. Frederick streeL WANTED—experienced bookkeeper and cashier for local retail store. Must be able to take dictation and : type. State age and give references. Write Box A A A. c/o Herald-Mail. WANTED—Lady vocalist for local dance hand. Call 2:>06. WANTED — Reliable woman for laundry. Small family. All conveniences. Write Box 194 c/o Herald-Mail. ANDREWS CHICKS—Day old and started, flocks state tested. Tube n-gglu. Sexed chicks in all breeds. James Andrews Hatchery. Hagerstown. Md.. RFD No. 4. at Middle- hurg. Phone 152r>-.T-2. WANTED—Secretary for manager's office Mus*. be able to take dictation also relief on front office desk one day a week. Salary equal to prevailing rates. Apply Anthony Wayne HotPl. Wavnesboro. Pa. Help Wanted—Mnle A YOUNG married man between 22 and P,0 years of age for plant work. Apply HAGERSTOWN LAUNDRY. INC.. 137 W. Franklin St. CARRIERS For Evening Routci Wanted. Apply Circulation Dept. HERALD-MAIL CO. YOUR SECOND CHANCE FOR • A BIG BARGAIN We"lOOO of Ward's famous 4 STAR CHICK? that are one week old. Due to space restrictions in our store we must move these 1000 chicks right away. .This is your chance to put in anv of these breeds . ... • NEW-HAMPSHIRE REDS - RHODE ISLAND REDS WHITE ROCKS m BARRED ROCKS At Ward's Special Price oC only ..$15.00 per 100. Don't forget these are Ward's famous 4 STAR CHICKS and this special is only good for the clearance of these 1000 chicks. Hurry To MONTGOMERY WARD HACK SAW. Excel.. 4-inch capacity benc'-i typs. Belted. New. Immediate delivery. rire ?4S.50. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Maryland Ave. Phone 3S13. >lnsic:«I LOT—good location, beside golf course. Will lard St. 40'xl65'. block foundation 30'x40'. ready to build, soil liiu in. Price ?SOO. Apply 127 N. Cannon Ave., or Phonft 170S-R. WEST END — Nice, large corner building lot. $500. Terms. OROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. i VERY desirable lots on Wilson Blvd.. near Frederick St. SS50 each. CARROLL L. BAECHTEL 2nd .Nat'l Rank Bldcr. Ph. 1201 \Vnnlp<l—Ken 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 8 spacious rooms, oak floors, bath and central heat, modern kitchen, a house • with charm WANTED — simill home—Route 40 West. Fair condition. One acre. Will pay cash. O. R. Mumma, Ha- tfpi'stown. TUe. . r >. The unde-sig-ned will sell at Locust Grove MARCH 15, 1047 AT 1 P. M. ~ following articles: L c K '' 1 .)S ( ' 1J e and contentment. priced to sell Poss. April 1. N. B. ROWE. 2fi N. Potomac St. CORNET—good condition. Price .$20. Apply S47 Maryland Ave. RinHo ADMIRAL—1946 combination table model-radio. 'Apply 11:') High St. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY TABLE MODEL RADIOS GENERAL ELECTRIC STROMBERG-CARLSON and BENDLX 527.95 up SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 ORDJSr Strawberry sets now from ;rst year patch. Finest large sweet berry grown. ?10 per thousand. Write James R. Reese. Sr.. Boonsboro. Rt. 2. Md. U. S. CERTIFIED MAINE-GROWN SEED POTATOES Irish Cobbler. Katahdin and Red Bliss. For the commercial grower and the home gardener. Howard's of Hapers- town. 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Phone 806 for exrelle. t dollverv service. SPECIALS ROLLF/.t SKATES ....52.45 & v $4.95 5 H. P. OUTBOARD MOTOR $116.50 3 H. P. OUTBOARD MOTOR.? 82.50 GIRLS' AND BOYS' BICYCLES 26" ............... ?39.95 MONTGOMERY WARD "Basement" DOUBLE BRICK—G rooms and bath each side, good location. 7 ROOM Bunga'ow, bath, furnace, concrete cellar, garage, nice location. MARYLAND AVE.—6 • rooms, bath, new furnace, newly decorated. •• Immed. Poss. TAVERN Business and Equipment. Also furniture for rooming house. M. A. DORSE Y Office 106 Grice. Bldg. Ph. 2774-W DOUBLE Brick in West End. R. 1.i. Cook, Hags't. Trust Co. Bldg. Phone 1970-W. NOT1CK TO CREDITORS— Estate of CORA P. BUCHANAN. Deceased. Notice Is hereby given. That the subscriber has obtained' from the Orphans' Court of Washington County, Letters of Administration on the estate of Cora P. Buchanan, late of said County, deceased. All porsons havincr claims against said deceased are hereby warned to file the same in said Court, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, on or before the 19th day of September ne-xt; and no claim not ftloil within the period specified shall thereafter be asserted against the real estate of said deceased in the hands of a purchaser for value. Givr-n under my hand this 19th day oC February. A. D.. 1947. EDW. OSWALD. JR. Administrator. Ward's Republic white enameled range; kitchen table; 6 hard bottom chairs; cupboard; kitchen safe; work table; round extension table; side board; 2 piece Davino suite: 5 piece parlor suite; Moller organ; 2 bureaus; ? beds: bed spring; Estate heatrol old time sideboard; two 9x12 rugs; 50 Ib. ice box; other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Strictly casn. Nothing rernov until settled for. MRS. LUELLA 1 . SMITH. Auct.—O. C. .Knadler. OF VALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE FARM PROPERTY Containing: 118 Acres. Beaver Creek District, Washington County, Md. Under and by virtue of the power and authority contained in a mortgage from D. Jesse Martin and .Mary Mart.n. his wife, mortgagors, to the United States of .' merica (Department of Agriculture), mortgagee dated the 24th day of August. 1U42. and recorded among the Land Record* of Washington County. Maryland, in Liber 220. folio 379 (default havL.g occurred thereunder) the mortgagee of said mortgage will sell at Public Auction at the Court Hou.stf Door, Hagerstown. Md.. on TUESDAY. MARCH 25. 1947 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON All that tract or parcel of land, or farm, situate, lying and being Jn Beaver Creek District, in Washington County. State of .Maryland, the same being part of a tract of land called "The Resurvc-y on Discontent," part of "Come by Chance." part of "Nancy's Fancy," part of "Funk's Run," parts of tracts of land that were conveyed to Isaac H. Gear, by Benjamin Brinham and others by d<?ed dated ISih day of November. A.D. 1802. and recorded in Liber I. N. No. 16, folio 407, etc. among Land Records of Washington County, beginning for a description of the outlines of the entire tract at a stone planted on a corner between the lands of David Fulton, and the Jands hereby conveyed, said scone being also the beginning of a de<nl from Lewis p. Doub and others to Henry AV. Gray by deed bearing date 10th day of February A.D. 1S96 and recorded in Liber No. 104, folio 444. among the aforesaid Land Records and running thence with the first line of the deed from Harry W. Gray South seventy-seven degrees East sixty-one and six-tenths perches bouth forty-four degrees East five and five-tenths perches South fifty- three degrsos East eleven and four- tenths perches South sixty-nine and one-half degrees East twenty-two ami four-tenths perches North ''ishiy-mne degrees East five and six-tenths perches to a stump, North sixty-three degrees East twenty- two and six-tenths perches South fltty-four degrees West twenty-five and three-tenths porches to a White Oak Tree South sixty-six degrees East twelve perches South eighty- four degrees East one and seven- tent'..s perches South sixteen degrees West twenty-eight perches to a. stake South seventy degrees East Classified Display Special- Tn the Storcn BABY CHICKS—Day old or started. New Hampshire Red. Barrel Croat, White Rock* U. S. approved; pullo- rum passed. Excellent for esK* or broilers. Cumberland Valley Hatchery J!l2 u Pa n sv i 11 e.... M_d._' P h o ne_295I J_ BABY CHICKS — New Hampshire Rods, excellent for broilers. NOW ON SALE, wholesale and retail. NKUHAUSER HATCHERIES 4fi W. Church St, Tel. 4271. Wanted—Livc»tock DISHWASHER wanted. Apply Bentzel's Restaurant. 44 Summit Ave. WANTED—Poultry of all kinds. Phone Dale B. Rohrer. 101SJ-J after 5 p. m. or Smithsburg S3. be- twecn 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Article* tor Snle 51 ALL STEEL UTILITY TRAILER Easily and quickly attached to your car. Special dump type body, 1SOO Ib. capacity. Body size: 46 inches wide, fiS inches long. 12 inches deep. Wheel size 600x16. Can be purchased with 10% down. Ward's low price of 5129.95 Buy your auto needs on Ward's Easy Payment Plan. MONTGOMERY WARD YOU'LL, FIND A FULL LINE OF POULTRY SUPPLIES AT SCHINDEL-ROHRER CO. SPECIAL CHICK BROODERS — 400 capacity, electrically heated and automatically controlled J26.7S MOSBERG RIFLES — 22 caliber Automatic $30.90 Repeater^ 127.95 For your Hrrdwar* and Poultry needs, see our outstanding stock flrsL SCHINDEL-ROHRER & CO. 26 S. Potomac St. DWELLING on Virginia Ave., in 2000 block. Two apartments. 4 and 6 rooms each. Lot 7o'x400'. garage, workshop and other out bldgs. HUTSON-HET7-ER AGENCY S. H. Staubs. Associate 7 Summit Ave. Phone 129S Apparel 2 THREE PIECE Gabardine suits. Men's. size 36 short. Phone 4073-F-2. SALESMAN WANTED ONE OK OUR clients, a large nationally known manufacturer, wants a salesman to sell a universally advertised and accepted product to ail retail drug, grocery, novelty, department r.nd other re- stores; also offices—20 to 30 calls per day required. Orders to be handled through present established jobbers. Territory—Ilagerstown, Ago between 22-35. Must pass health examination. Married and established local residence preferred. References will ho required after intorview. In Icttor replying to this advertisement, trivo present and past employment and complete history, which will be retained confidentially and later returned if desired 1 . Attach rorent photograph. Startinpr salary $200.00 per month plus" commission on personal sales, and all expenses paid. Automobile furnished. Permanent position — Agency,fee paid by employer. Buttrick & Mogary. Employment Specialists. 530 Lewis Tower. 15th and Locust. Philadelphia. Ponna. ANTIQUE sterling silver face com- part; black Velour coat with fur collar, value $145. will sell for S15; wash boiler with copper bottom; wash board; hats; shoes: dresses; sport shoes, brown & white by Stetson 9D: black shoes hy Red Cross f*D: black pair shoes SV^D; white satin blouse, size 42; 1 fiife black woolen skirt: 3 feather pillows; 3 cornered pillow; tool box: inside and outside caliper: 1" micrometer: thickle it radio page; combination square with 6" scale; aircraft mechanics manual. "Pitman"; drawing board 20x26 inches: "T" square. 60 degree triangular, 45 degree Triangle French scroll rurve; drafting combination outfit; aircraft, drafting book hy "Car! L. Svenson". Apply 65 Belview Ave. Open all this week, on Tuesday's till 12 noon. AT WARDS YOU CAN CHOOSE THE TRACTOR TIRES 11 That suit your soil and crops! POWERTRAC for yon farmers who need "Bar" type tires, bar straight across, gives you tremendous "Paddle Wheel" power for extra traction. Top quality materials . . years of constant research and improvement go in every WARD . FARM TIRE. "You Can't Buy Better Tires" Now at Wards in this combination size. 13-2S/1I.25-2S (4 Ply) ?65.10 plus tax MONTGOMERY WARD Wanted—To Hny HIGHEST cash prices paid for used tvpewriters. Representative will mil. Phone 151S-W after 5 p. m. A CALL to Sam's Excnange will bri. _ you the highest cash value f< your used furniture, bric-a- , brae, glassware and household goods. Let Sara call on vou now. Phono 1313-W. FINE PROPERTIES OAK HILL AVE. — Beautifully located S rm. brick home. Ideal for conversion into two apartments. Owner leaving- citv. S. PROSPECT ST.—Well constructed -aodern dup'ex containing two flve - room apartments. This property has lovely large rooms and is in excellent condition, automatic hea.t 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 possession. EAST AVE—Double brick. 5 rooms, bath and, heat on 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 LINDSEY Second Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1 EHGHE^T cash prices paid for new and used furniture Forsythe Stor- are. Mill St. Phong 849-J SPECL4.LS DEWALT \<z H. P. Cut-Off Saw. DRLTA Metal Cut-OfC Saw. P. Motor. 3 METAL Cabinets, Combination Locks. PORCELAIN Sinks, Toilets, Lavatories. MONARC3- Girls'. WESTI::GHOUSE Fan?, 2 & irlr SUM: Bicycles, Boys' and Speeds, 9 inch Portable Elec- i\v. Pumps. Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. I, the undersigned, intending to quit farming, will sell at Public Sale on the McAllister farm, situated on Route 40 near Wilson's Store 3 mi. East frnm Clearspring and S miles West of Hagerstown on SATURDAY, MARCH 15. 1947 AT iTo'CLOCK A. M. the following property: Six Head o£ Horses—3 of them good single lire leaders. 20 head of good dairy cattle. T.B. and Blood tested; SO head of hogs, 5 brood s >ws and 44 pigs. Farming Implements: Two 4-horse wagons, one wagon bed. New Idea manure spreader, in good shape; Deering binder. 7 ft. cut, in good condition; 2 mowers, one Deering the other Osborne; Deere corn planter; horse rake; 3 barshara plows; 3 spring tooth harrows; set of hay shelvings; double & single shovel plows; lot of forks, shovels, traces, chains, grindstone, wheelbarrow, grain drill; gears for 10 head horses; some household goods; set of butchering tools; dairy equipment; lot of buckets & strainers; wired rabbit coop, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—CASH. HOWARD MCALLISTER. Renner—AncL Fockler & Focklcr, Clerks. seventy-eight perches to a. stone South eleven degrees East sixteen and five-tenths perches South twen- t* r degrees West twentv-one and four-tenths perches South eighteen degrees West twenty-four and seven- tenths perches to a White Oak Tree. North sfiventy-one and one-quarter degrees West forty and two-tenths perches to a White Oak Tree South fifty-two degrees West eleven and seven-tenths perches North seventv- live degrees West twenty and five- tenths perches North seventy degrees West twenty-three perches to a Locust Tree. North eighty-three degrees West twenty-six perches North fifteen degrees West twenty- three perches North fifty-two • de-' grees West one hundred and eight- tenths perches to a stone in a. lane. North forty-three degrees East twenty-eight and three-quarter perches, then by a straight line to the place of beginning, containing one hundred seventeen acres, three rods and nineteen perches of land, more or less; together with any and all roadways appurtenant, to the said property. The improvements consjst of S •'in. 2 story, stone house, metal roof, with electricity, pump water; dairy stable for S cows; poultry house; cattle shed. • Terms of Sale: Cash upon ratification of sale. A cash deposit of SfiOO.OO will be required of purchaser at time and place of sale. Taxes and other expenses, if any. to be adjusted to day of sale. UNf ED STATES OF AMERICA By BERNARD J. FLYNN. United ^tates Attorney' _ :, . For District of Maryland Joseph C. Snyder. Auctioneer. Tien! Esfnfc for Snle Tin Your:. Business . Opportunity of 1947 is in the Business Opportunities. f stock ROTZ BABY CHICKS Live, Lay and Pay Nina standard breeds. Sexed pullets and cockerels. Special price on Leghorns and heavy cockerels. All breeders culled and bio- 'l-teste' 1 . Free Catalogue an-1 Price List RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poultry Farm and Hatchery . Box iF. Fort London. Pa. Phone SL Thomas 137R2J Rooms With Bonrd ROOM AND Board at 222 West Side Ave. With private family. Phone 37SS-MX. Without Bourd BEDROOM for gentleman. 600 block Potomac Ave. Phone 135-W. ENGLEWOOD RD.—S room dwelling, two baths, modern, large lot nnd garage. WEST END — Do_'ole brick, six rooms each Fide ' J4700 LOANS — INSURANCE — BONDS JOHN L. SWAIN AGENCY 20 Stimmit^Avf. Phone 2QS9-.T FOR SALE—6 room house located in Hamilton Park on Columbia Road. All modern convenicnros. immediate possession. Apply John J. Allen, 301 Second National Bank P-ldcr. FOUNTAIN HEAD _ _ Beautiful 5 ONE bedroom for rent. % block from bus and trolley lines. Apply 52S W. Howard St. • ROOM AND KITCHENETTE, both furnished for '2 people on 3rd floor at 26& E. Franklin St. Phone 1BS7. JUST RECEIVED — New Shipment of Double Tost Stalls — Water Rowls — Hammer Mills — Cold Water Separators — Wood Churns. etc. Now taking orders for daily delivery on Baby Chicks in New llnmpshirps. Rocks. White and Black, and Rock-Red Crosses. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. STENOGRAPHER and p: e n e r a 1 office worker wanted for industrial manufacturing company. Write Box 17^ cart- HoraM-Maii. Mail in _own hand writing. TRUCF DRIVER that knows Washington. D. C. Apply 34 Garlingcr * after 5 p. in. WANTED—Single or married man to work on farm by month. Write Roy Ifi, Chewsvillo. _Md. WANTED—Miin for'profitable. Ra\v^ leiph business in City of Hapers- 1o\vn. .Must bo satisfied with good living at stnrt. Write R.iwlcigh's _Dept. -MDC MMQ1. Chester, Pn. WANTED AT ONCE Experienced went nutters, counter men and cashiers. Must give references. Gooci salary. Apply A &. P SUPER MARKET COMPLETE line of Trusses. Abdominal Belts. Supporters of all kinds. Crutches, etc. Private fitting room. Eakle's Drip Store. US W. Wash- ii.,. ton St.. Hagerstown. Md. CHICKEN house, 16 ft. x 10 ft. Same as new. Apply 21 Conococheague St. or 200 S. Artisan St.. WilHams- port. Md. COVERED truck bed for sale. S ft. wide. 12 ft. long. A-l condition. Ralph Weaver. Clearspring-. Md., phono 2fiS1. ROOM for gentleman. Private bath. Applv 1135 Potomac Avc. SLEEPING ROOM—suitable for one or two. Phone 2f>7S-W. SUMMIT AV.E.-153 — Large front room, "uit.ible for 2. Near bath. 2 blocks from Sminre.. Use of phon*. Pl»cc» for Rent* CRAFTMAN'S Bench Type ^-inch Drill Press with 1/3 H. P. motor. Prae.tioallv new. Thonc 3JM5-M. WANTED Boiler makers for retubing boilers and pressure vessel work. Only reliable and qualified r.ien need ap- •ply. Permanent work. HESTER-LONG, INC. 439 S, Po-.omac SL EXVKRT MAYTAG SERVICE HAGERSTOWN MAYTAG CO- 106 S. Potomac St PHONE 662 . HOOVER SALES & SERVICE UEITE;^ BROTHERS H. C. MV.ERS. 3rd floor. Ph. 1125M. IF YOU ARE EXPECTING . . to do any concrete work this spring save money with a Ward PORTABLE ALL STEEL CONCRETE MIXER Four way mixing action with every revolution. Holds fi cu. ft. of mixing material, that gives you " cu. ft. mixing capacity. Now only ?52.45 MONTGOMERY WARD LANE CEDAR chest for sale. In very pood condition. Can be seen 51 E. Washington St., 2nd floor. LARGE white crocheted bedspread for sale. Write Box 12. c/o Herald- Ma:!. MOTOROLA car radio for sale. Also Corona portable typewriter and bahy buggy. Phone 3523-W. JUST RECEIVED WARD'S FAMOUS KW1K-START RATTERIES 5D.05 exchange MONTGOMERY WARD POTOMAC Street North. 16. 226 and 2H9. Apply 119 North Potomac, or Phong fi!2. STORE ROOMS, offices, storage and manufacturing space for rent. CROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit. Av. room house. Immtdiate possession. Price reasonable. Some very desirable building lots in nil s'ections of the city and suburbs. STROLE REALTY CO. ____ 17 Summit Ave. ____ HAMILTON I3LVD. — "White brVck .home, 6 large rooms, attic. ?. porches, built-in garage, vapor stoker heaL Lot 60xlSO. Beautiful view. Phone 1?,4fi. __ __ ___ IF VOU ARE ^terested in a ten- room home or rooming house, or a two family home, or dormitory, or small nursinp home, let me show you 504 Brown Avenue. JOHN F. BEARD. Phone T9S5-W. _ FOR RENT 2 OFFICE Rooms: Centrally located. HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. — Realtors — 1C W. Franklin St. Phone 16P T'nrm* nn» for 17S ACR.E farm adjoining City for rent on money rent. GRQH REALTY CO., 40 Summit Av. MADISON: AVE. 6-ROOM BRICK, with conveniences. Half of a double. Approved for a G. I. Price ............ $2600.00 Real Estate "Designed for Service" COMFORTABLE S Sroom house near KceSd-svillp. electric lights, new sin 1 cabinet in kitchen, 2 acres and outMdgs. Immediate Possession. EAST END, two family stone house, two bath?, splendid heating plant. About *4 of an acre. Prir $5,500 IfiO ACRES in Creafoss section. Eight room home with modern conveniences, running water. This farm is ideally located. Possession can be arranged to suit purchaser. LARGE RESIDENCE—on S. Pr9s- pect 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. This is a real country 10 me. FAMILY BRTCK — apartments with corner storeroom, splendid heating plant with bin. fed stoker. This is an attractive investment. SEVERAL CHOICE lots on Cavetown Tike. All inquiries snven courteous and prompt attention. The L. S. Spangler Agency L. S. Spangler — Glenn V. Hall 2nd Floor 2nd Nat'l Bank BRICK DUPLEX NORTH END; 3 and Price 4 rooms. 510.000.00 The undersigned quitting farming will sell on v MARCH 17, 1947, AT 11 A. M. . on the Harry Newcomer Farm at Beaver Creek. U mile north of Beaver Creek Church, the following: 3 HEAD HORSES, 1 good leader; U HEAD CATTLE, 2 Jersey cows, 1 heifer, fresh in April, and 5 young- heifers; 2 Jersey bulls, can be registered;. 1 Poland sow; 8 shoats. FARMING IMPLEMENTS—Low down wagon and -ladders; Oliver mower; Oliver corn planter; Oliver double corn plow; hay rake; spring- wagon; spreader; 3 barshear plows; IS tooth harrow: 2 single, 2 double and 3 shovel plows: hay fork; rope and pulleys; 3 straw knives; lot of forks; rakes; stone and dung: forks; grain cradle; 36 ft. ladder; triple, double and single trees;" jockey sticks: S f sets plow gears; single harness: S collars; bridles; check lines; blacksmith tools, anvil, vise, blower, tongs, large plpo wrench; lots of wrenchs, 'bits, bolts, etc.; 2 extra heavy chains. 2l ft. long: 2 light chains, 25 ft. long: lot of other chains; 0 steels. 2 to fi ft.: 20 picks; shovels, 6 crow bars: 3 sledges; new sash for 15 windows; 12 glass, 12x14 In.; 3 sash and glass 20x84 in.; lot of other sash; corn crib. 6x16x12 ft., rat proof; 3 chicken houses; lot coops; 500 ft. white pine p'lanks: lot of other lumber: locust posts: SOO old bricks: 2 cutting boxes; corn sheller; 3 corn crackejrs many other items not mentioned.; . FEED—Hay: fodder; corn; SO bags o£ ground feeds; S bushelseed corn. HOUSEHOLD—DeLaval cream separator. No. 12; two 5 gallon milk cans; iron kettle; sausage stuffer; large neatrola; heating stove; 2 burner oil heater; davenport; organ; breakfast set; beds; chairs; cabinet radio; lots of other articles not listed. Terms: Cash, no goods removed until settled for. JOHN S. DETRICH. Auct.: Eigenbrode. Desk Room 7S OFFICES on 1st floor at Nos. 160 and 162 W. Washington St. GRQH REALTY CO.. 40 Summjt_Ay. NEW BABY carriage. stroller, screened aby bed with mattress. Cheap. Apply 112 John St.. 2nd floor after R p. m. SALES AND Service. Also buy used Singer sewing machines. 106 S. Potomac St. SET OF 3 hand painted" pictures. On<i glass at least 35 years old. Arr- ply 25 Fairground Ave. Run a Used Furniture for Sale Want Ad and run up your CASH, ttF.TTRE .AT WARDS SPECIAL WEEK-END;' ' REDUCTIONS RE-TIRF. your car with Ward's great TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE PLAN. Here's how it works. . . We allow you 52.50 for your old tire, a new 600 x IB tiro costs S14.SO (plr^ tnx). Less your trade-in gives yon a brand new lire for Ward's low price of.... 512.30 (plus tax) MONTGOMERY WARD SuliurUnn—For Rent SO 6 ROOM house, 7 miles north of town nlong hard road. Write Box 5 c/o Herald-Mail. Wanted—To Kent AT WILLTAMSPORT — Storeroom for watch repairing and jewelry si ore. Thos. M. Harr. S33 Mary- Und Ave. Phone 93S-W. EMPLOYED veteran & wife desire 2 or 3 room unfurnished apt. by April 1st.. Can furnish references. No children or pets. Phone 3426-MX after 6:50 p._rn. HOME & BUSINESS PROPERTY , MODERN In every way. Hardwood floors. Oil heat. Fireplace, along with basement storeroom. Built for Ethel's Beauty Parlor. Priced to sell. WEST FRANKLIN ST. 9-ROOM BRTCK: Perfect condition. One of the best built properties in the city. Replacement cost. $16.500.00. Priced to sell. HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. — Realtors — 12 W. Franklin St. Hagerstown Md. Phone: 166 MODERN five room bunga 1 o w". Fountain Head Section. Close to Country Club. Hot. air heat, hardwood floors, fireplace. Corner property. Phone 3600. Ext. 234, S a. m. to 4.3p_j\_jnv. " NOTICE The David K. Cushwa, Sr. Sale Scheduled f^r March 3 has been postponed Sale will be held MARCH 10, 1947 ?anip time and piace David K. Cushwa, Sr. MAN AND wife with small baby desire 3 or more rooir apt. or house. Furnished or unfurnished. Excellent references. Phone 2245-J. M1DDLK-AGKD couple, no children or pets need apt. or hovise. unfurnished, by April 1st. Will accept rural place. Please write Box 11, r/o Herald-Mail. _ REINED COUPLE and two children desire, 4 tr> 7 room house, furnished or unfurnished. Write Box 3. c/o Herald-Mail. __ ________ NICE" modern home near center of city. Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Early poss. J^llpJy 20 N. Mulberry after 5 p. m. NORTH END. Large hrufk home. Consider exchange for smaller property or apartment house. GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. REAL ESTATE, insurance, mort- pape loans and auto financing. JOHN F. BEARD. _ Ph on e_m S - W . SEVEN room frame house. Bath, furnace, electricity. Modern kitchen. On Uovite. 522. Four miles north of Hancork. Md.. in War- fordsburc-. Pa, Mrs. J. E. Palmer. Phone 3-R-ll, "PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR Dates ot coming sales are listed here. Refer to date and paper listed below for advertisement of property to be offered. MARTIX, AMOS J. STOCK — EQUIPMENT Sale on March 11, 1947 Adv. appears March S-10 in THE MORNING HERALD PUBLIC SALE — MARCH 1<0>, 194? MONDAY AT 11:00 A.M. Intending to discontinue farming I will sell on above rtat<? on the Frank Litton farm. 2 miles North of town on road leading from Paramount to Kcid. 5 Head of Horses—Roan horse 5 yrs, old. pood leader: black mare 12 yr5. old good leader; sorrel mare. 4 yrs. old, strap worker; gray mare 10 yrs. old, good offside worker: dapple gray, 7 yrs. old, good offside worker. 17 Head of Good Milk Cows—3 with calves by side, close springer?, rest in full flow of milk; 4 yearling heifers, vaccinated; 1 Hereford bull. S Shoats—30 to 60 pounds. Farming Implements—Case S foot binder, on rubber, tractor or horse hitch; Superior 10-7 boot drill: McCormick-Deering double disc; New Idea manure spreader; Osborne mower on rubber; McCormick-Deering- side delivery rake; dump rake; corn planter: McCormick-Deenng riding corn plow"; Oliver walking corn plow; Wiard 106 plow: 40xx Oliver plow; trip hitch for tractor bottom plow, new; flat low down iron wheel wagon: Acme two horse wagon and new ladders; double and single shovel plows; 3 16-tooth harrows: rubber tire wheelbarrow. All the above in good condition. Dung sled, forks, hay car, fork, rope and pulleys, three log chaina. traces, breast chains, jockey sticks, single, double and triple trees. American fence stretchers. Prime electric fencer, new. block and tackle. Also Massey-Harria tractor-101 Jr. Harness—Front gears, collars, bridles and check lines. Dairy Equipment—4 can Victor electric milk cooler, double unit, iisc'l one season; two unit Farm "Master milking machine; 8 ten gallon milk cans; buckets and strainer. ' Household Goods—Ivory enamel coal or wood range, good condition: white enamel kitchen cabinet, porcelain top; heatrola, 4 room size; ten foot oak extension table; 12x15 Brussels rug: china closet; round table: dresser; beds & springs; day bed: Kranick and Bach piano; one iron kettle; chunK stove; kettle furnace and garden plow. 400 bundles of fodder, bated alfalfa, hay a .d many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH—No goods to be removed until settled for. ROY C. D.URBIN • A UCT.—EIGENBRODE. 1 CLERKS—FOCKLER & FOCKLER,

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