The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 13, 1947 · Page 7
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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_^ _3S SHOE ~RU PAl rTSHOP FO if SALE"' About $auou worth of machinery and stock; u'ill soil all for $2r>00. or will sell separately. Apply 231 W. HP wan I St. Money to Loan,'Mortgage* 49 raise in pay when fr'nrm \va Lo refinance AS (JOOD as you use our easy your home. First Federal Savings £ Loan Ass'n, 33 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 LOANS TO FARMERS LONG TERM CREDIT i% - for. Purchase of (arms, refinancing of mortgages, repairs or construction of buildings. SHORT TERM CREDIT — For: Purchase or dairy cowi. (arm machinery. feeder cattle, feed seed. fertilizer. Refinancing of debts. repairs or construction of build- Ings. FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION Pythian Castle Buildlni 20 North Court St. Md. 55A I 24 DISC harrow. Good condition. Phone Preston Martin, 4043-F-22. Cox I xnd Wood 5CA l-'OK COAL quality and service, call L. E Kendrlck, 121 Buena Vista Ave. Phone 908-R. JAMISON'S DRY KINDLING WOOD Phone JJ. in, •IIOS-J. 12 to 1 or after dcliyi'ry. High and Local Representative: Walter D. Bromley In the office or Henry Holzapfel. Ill Grice Building. Phone 49S Hayerstown, Maryland Tuesday. & Friday 9-12 o'clock Mu«lcal, Dancing. Dram at ion 44 guarantee Strasser's Ph. 69S-W. NORH1S COAL CO. grade stoker coal, screened treated. Guaranteed to give service in any make clinker- i"K type sicker, S'J.70 ton, Johnstown washed coal, screened-treated, nut & stove §10.50. 100% Lykens Valley red ash, hard coal, nut and stove, J15.50. pea $i:j.50. Special white ash. buckwheat size for hard ooal stokers? 512. ton, Rice $10.. Barley JD.50. We ftive clean and careful delivery service. Our coal has been tested and approved by our local laboratories. 147 E. Franklin St. Phone 15S2. \Ve also have Broakctt.s. Special for hot water dinky and hot water fur- naoos $14. ton. New customers welcome. Special* In the 5<or v • SLAB WOOD for sale. Clifford .."Wolfe, Smithsburg. Houlg,_L THE BEST In firewood $2.7' $5.00 load Immediate Call K'& S Pin wood. 3S04 5 and delivery. Good ThliiK" To Em APPLES - All leading varieti«sT Wholesale and retail. . MARTIN'S COLD STORAGE Midrtlehurc Pike Phono 4137 iloux-L-hold Obort» Iff DANCING—1-9 daily, i to teach every scholar. Studio. 23 W. Wash. St. D(>K», Cnl«, Other Pt:t» 41 BABY CARRIAGE—Storkline. good condition. $20. \'J East Ave. INSULATED SIDING ROOFING V. We are now taking: orders for Complete Installations on these items. FREE ESTIMATES Get 'i.ard's Quality and be Sure No Down Payment Required MONTGOMERY WARD Phone 3C60 NEVER SAY "I wish I could have Electricity" because Ward's have a complete modern "Powerlite" - plant . . , housed in one compact unit . . . for as low as $155. A dependable source of AC electricity for stand by service or for continuous use for farms, schools, resorts, summer homes, and construction pro r jects. Complete with all necessary accessories. See these power plants for super construction and economical operation. ALTERNATING CURRENT- NO BATTERY TYPE with Remote Control for Snie 84 350 Walt Plant 1000 Watt Plant 2000 Watt Plant 3000 Watt Plant $325 $463 $519 A BEAUTIFUL 7 room brick and frame dwelling. Prewar built. Situate on a very desirable corner in Fountain Head with 100 ft. frontage. Very attractive landscaping. Hard-' wood floors. Lavatory on tlrst floor. Hot water circulating heat. Stoker fired. Laundry and, playroom in basement. Garage attached. All in excellent condition. Immed. Poss. Owner leaving town ...... $17,000 A/ BEAUTIFUL 9 room Brick. 2 sleeping porches with heat, large den with fireplace, hardwood floors. Hot water heat, oil fired, garage. Owner leaving town. 'Immed. Poss. A rare bargain for a quick buyer. Reduced to ................ $13.000 A FINE 3 story brick apt. house, near square. Hardwood floors, hot water circulating heat, stoker. Very desirable units In excellent condition. Poss. 1st floor April 1st ........................ $16.500 A DUPLEX 4. rni. and bath, each floor In gooc. cond.. ........ .$7850 G ROOM Frame, electric, modern kitchen sink, steam heat. 2% acres land, stable, chicken house and other bldgs ................. $6350 4 A. 9 RM. brick. Good condition. Furnace, elec.. spring, well, cistern. garage and outbldgs. 6 miles out on hard road, Immed. poss.. $6900. CARROLL L. BAECHTEL 2nd Nafl Bank Bldg. Phone 1201 Legal yoUron 91 ORDER NISI— O.MER T. KAYLOR, Assignee of Anna H. Brubaker, Mortgagee versus ROBERT W. SWOPE and PEARL A. SWOPE, his wife. Mortgagors. No. 17,272 Equity In the Circuit Court for Washington Cuunly, sitting as a Court of Euuity. Ordered. By the Cleric of the Circuit Court, this '12th day of March, 1947, that the sales made and rep rt«d by Omer T. Kaylor, Assignee, for the sale,of real estate In the proceedings of this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to the Court on or befo're the 4th day of April next: Provided, a copy of this order luj inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The re-port states Hie amount of -sales 1o be $(i,510.00 True .Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk. HOME AND FARM WIRING Radio & Appliances Salea & Service R, C. A.. & Fada Radios 50 Gallon Hot Water Heater Ra..Io Sales £ Service NOWELL ELECTRICAL CO.. Inc. State Line. Pa., or 30 Wayside Ave. Huge mown. Md. Phone 456J; Phone Greencastle 902-R-21 I'uhllc Side OTIC These prices F. '0. B. Factory MONTGOMERY WARD BEAUTIFUL pedigreed Persian kit- tens'for sale. -Mrs. W. F. liamill. :{2:i W. Wilson Blvd. . BLACK. Red and Buff Cocker pup^ pies.' Small fox terriers. Phone 1082-W-12.- COCKER Spaniel puppies, thoroughbreds. Apply Mark W. Garnand. 2 mi. north Smithsburg. Way. Road. QUADINE your dog AGAINST fall- Ing 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 5-7-3 E. Baltimore St. Ph. SOS. BEAUTIFUL 10 piece dining room suite; 7 piece bedroom suite; Servel ref igerator; table top gas stove; restaurant sink; 30 and 60 gallon dinkeys: »/ t b. p. heavy duty motor. Sam's Exchange. 64 W. Washington -St. Phone 1315-W. BOTTLED-GAS Ranges with F^"du'.ed "metered" Gas service rates Immediate Installation. Jones Appliance Service 24 Summit Ave. Phone 14 CLEARANCE SALF of all kinds of used furniture and household goods at very low prices. Rear of 25% W. Franklin St.. in alley room formerly occupfed by Dixie Supply Co.. Phone 14. NI; R S E K Y F L ' K N1. T U R E Bal>y Cribs, new style made in California. Kant Wet Crib Mattress. Taylor Tot Baby Stroller and Walker. Play Pen Pads. Crib Bumpers. Comfy Auto Seats. Nursery Training Seat. LEITER "BROTH ERS NURSERY F URNITUUE 4th Floor. . DOUBLE Frame, West End, 6 rooms and bath each side. Possession one side April 1st, if sold this week. A RO'W of concrete block houses. Pays S% net. A. L. ZAHN IMfONE 3347 Horse*. Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE—One fine Guernseyjro\v. T. B. Tested and Bangs. Earl Tal- berc. Boonsboro, Md. Phone Keedys- -ville 22-F-4. FOUR riding horses. qu!et. Can be seen Church St. _^_ Young and at 4S West HORDES—Bought, sold and changed. Sam Pashen, 4S Church St. Phone 16S6-.T. ELECTRIC washing machine. Apply 101 East Franklin St. Phone ONE HEATKOLA for sale. Good condition. 525. Apply 430 Georgo St. after 5 p. m. PAIR OF TWIN oak beds with box- springs. Also walnut library table, practically new. Will sacrifice. 316 _\V. Wilson Blvd. 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 SCO Penna. Ave.. Hagerstown. Md. .WARD'S CERTIFIED SUPER HOUSE PAINT Supreme Quality ^ne gallon $ 4.95 One'quart $ 1.42 5 GALLON $24.25 ASSORTED COLORS MONTGOMERY WARD DUPLEX CORNER PROPERTY — Hardwood floors. Gen. Elec. Oil Burner. A beautiful set-up for Doctors offices. Please call for further information. BROADWAY DUPLEX 3 & 4 ROOMS—Hardwood floors. Hot water heat. Two-car garage. 11% investment.. Price: 110,000. HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. —Realtors— 12 W. Franklin St. Phone: 166 Classified Display Kmploymeiit NOW SEWING MACHINES—?™, J1S. and' S20. Egg stove $5. Apply 132 East Lee St. ONE REGISTERED Holstein bull. 26 months old. Sire of Dunloggln Matador Delia and Dam of Hick- oryvale Progressor Pearl. Having a 990 Ib. butterfat average. Harry Kemsbnrg. Ph. Keedysville 44-F-ll. 2 REGISTERED Hampshire sows, due to farrow middle of March, of the Century Hi-Holler & Smooth clan blood line. Registered Guernsey- bull, vaccinated and T. B. tested. Harry L. Fr*y & Sons. Smithsburg. Rte. 2. Md. TWO COWS for safe. 2nd and 3rd calves. Fresh in a few days. Holstein and Guernsey. First, class. G. .B. Parsons, Samples Manor. 7 miles 4'elow Sharp^burg. U r O HORSES and 17 shoats. Joe Lrtz. • 1 ^» miles south of Downs- •ille, roifd to Dam No. 4. STURDY ALL wood kitchenette set. Call Williauisport I!fi5l». 9 CUBIC FOOT electric refrigerator, new. Apply S19 Dale St.. or phone 441K-M. Machinery mid Tools 61 2 JOHN DEERE tractors with cultivator.". Silver King tractor. International tractor, rubber tired wagons, ensilage cutter. Hammer- mill. 3 kinds. New Idea spreader, flared sides; 2 row corn pickers, single row corn nickers, quick freezers. 2 bottom plows, new garden tractors. lots of used machinery. General repairing of all kinds. Electric and acetyline welding. Phone 4161. B & G Implement Co.. 400 McDowell Ave. «2.\ and Supplier ANDREWS CHICKS—Day old and started, nocks state tested. Tube agglu. Sexed chicks in all breeds. James Andrews Hatchery. Hagerstown Md. RFD No. 4. at Middleburg. Phone 1323-.T-2. BABY CHICKS—Day old or started. New Hampshire Red. Barrer" Croai,- White Rock» U.S. approved: pullo- rum passed. Excellent for eggs or broilers. Cumberland Valley Hatchery Maugansville. Md. Phone 295ZJ . BABY CHICKS — New Hampshire R>!ds. excellent for broilers. NOW ON .SALE, wholesale and retaiL NEUHAUSER HATCHERIES 46 W; Church St. Tel. 4271. FOR SALE AT cost—Webster record player. ?,~> watt .amplifier. 12" speaker. 540 Hailicrafer radio. All new. Apply 727 S. Potomac St. YOU'LL FIND A FULL LINE OF POULTRY SUPPLIES AT SCHINDEL-ROHRER CO. SPECIAL CIII-K BROODERS — 400 capacity, electrically heated and automatically controlled $26.75 CHICK FEEDERS—FOUNTAINS For your Hardware and Poultry needs, see our outstanding stock first SCHINDEL-ROHRER &. CO. 26 S. Potomac St. FOUNTAIN HE.S.D — Beautiful 5 room house. Immediate possession. Price reasonable. Some very desirable building lots in all sections of the city and suburbs. STROLT3 REALTY CO.' 17 Summit Ave. . THE FAYETTE R, HARP Public Sale Has Been POSTPONED This Sale Will Not Be Held MARCH 7. 1947 SALE WILL BE HELD MARCH 25. 19-17 Advertisement Will Be Published March 24th in THE MORNING HERALD FAYETTE R. HARP. Boonsboro. Rt, 1, Md. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. Jir, March 13, .1947. NINE IMi hi I c Snle PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR Datei of coming sales are listed here. Refer to date and paper liit- ed below for advertliement property to be offered. of MiDDLEKAUFF, J. M. PUBLIC SALE Stock - Equipment - Household SALE ON MARCH 20, 1947 Adv. appears March 17 - 19 in THE MORNING HERALD NOTICE t; it ri ii t; A pp a re I ZENITH portable. AC-DC, battery operatlon. First class shape. Dixie Diner. 39 Summi«._Ave. Seed*. Plantts. Flower* U. S. CERTIFIED MAINE-GROWN SEED POTATOES Irish Cobbler. Katahdin and Red Bliss. For the commercial grower and the home gardener. Howard's of Hagers- toxvn. 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Phone Sflfi for excelle r. delivery service. _Speclitl • In the Store* SPECIALS—Emerson Table Model Radios $3250 FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO. _;._• 13 W. Antietam St DRESSES, • COATS, suits, shoes, small .sizes, for spring and summer wear, like new, reasonably priced, cor. Preston & Park Rd., Fountain Head or call 4197-M. after 10 a. m. LADY'S Gabardine Phone 407:1-F-2. Suit. Size 9. MAX'S SUIT—L'ght brown herringbone weave. All wool. Like new. Size 3S, S20.00. 220 Garlingrer Ave.. Apt. G between 6 & 7 p. m. FINE PROPERTIES OAK HILL AVE. — Beautifully located 8 rm. brick home. Ideal for conversion into two apartments. Owner leaving city. S. PROSPECT ST.—Well constructed .lodern duj/ex containing two five - room apartments. This property has lovely large rooms and is Jn 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 possession. EAST AVE—Double brick. 5 rooms, bath and 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 LINDSEY Second Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1 at ?90 Per Month with Expenses Paid Clerks, Truck driver?. 'Mechanics, Armorers, Stenographers, Carpenters, Plumbers and many oiher specialties are just a fr-.w o"f 400 or mor<**openings in the New Regular Army. The opportunity for further knowledge in many of these fields of trade can only be bad in the Army. If you can measure up to the new Regular Army Standards there's a job waiting for you in Japan or Korea with one o£ the following famous fighting Divisions. Jst Cavalry. (5th Infantry. 7th Infantry. J Ith Airborne, 24th Infantry, and the 25th Infantry Division are now open to young- men between the age.s of 18 and 34 (17 wilh parents consent). A three year enlistment will allow you your choice after initial training in the United States. Living conditions are excellent and sports and entertainment are highly developed in this area. High overseas pay (20% above domestic Army base pay), excellent food, medical and dental care and a g-enerous retirement plan make this opportunity too good to miss. Get full details at (he U. S. Army Recruiting Station, 1st Floor. City Hall, Hagerstown. Maryland. SATURDAY, MARCH 15 In Market House Basement, Hageratown, Mil. I will sell household effects: 3-pc. spring constructed living room suite with bed davenport, two colors; 9-pc. American walnut dining room suite, electric refrigerator, 5-pc. breakfast set, one springing metal arm chair with cushions, Phllco radio, metal bed and spring, innerspring mattresses, two dressers, utility cabinet, Maytag electric washer, book shelf, end tables, lamps, mantel clocks, dishes, cooking utensils, rugs. A N T I Q U E GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK, lovely walnut case, lloral dial. Terry clock, carved columns. Seth Thomas clock, oak dining room suite, 4-pc. mahogany bedroom suite, Duncan Pliyfe sofa, antique stove, sewing- machine. :$-pc. living room suite, record cabinet, lamps, small tables, studio couch, ABC electric -washer, buffet, tables, chairs. Victrola, solid maple bed and spring. Champion outboard motor. Stuffed animals and many other articles. Sale time, 12 o'clock noon. TERMS: Cash. No goods removed until settled for. JOS. C. SNYD'ER. Auctioneer. THE DANIEL K. RIDENOUR SALE Feb. 24, Public Ssie OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN FUNKSTOWN On Tuesday. March IS, 1947. In front of the Court House in Hagerstown, I will offer at Public Auction, all th.itTeat-property"sirnare~on~rhe Northwest Corner of Poplar and High Streets in Funkstown. containing 4 acres of land, more or less, improved with a desirable 2Mr- story 9-room brick dwelling, bath, stoker-hot air heat and city water. 2-car concrete block garage and poultry house. Possession April 1. 1947. Terms: A deposit of $1,000.00 will be required of purchaser on day of sale; balance one-half, of purchase price on April 1. 1947. and the remaining one-half may remain on a first mortgage, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. 1 Roy O. South. Owner. Auctioneer: Eigenbrode. Previously scheduled 1947 was not for held. NEW DATE MARCH la, 1947 Same time and place. DANIEL K. RIDENOUR. GOOD Single Frame — 7 rooms, furnace. electricity, city water April 1st J5750 . STROLE REALTY CO. 17 Summit Ave. MerclmiKllne Wnnted—To A CALL to Sam's Exchange will bri .. you the highest cash value fi your used furniture, bric-a- brac, glassware and household goods. Let Sam call on vou now. Phone 1313-W. Wanted—I,!ve*iock 5ft W ANTED— Pouirry of all kinds" Phone Dale B. Rohrer. 101SJ-2 after 5 p. m. o- Smitbsburp S3. between S a., m. to 5 P. m. Article* for Sal* Cl BEAUTY PAB.LOR equipment for sale. A-l condition. Can be seen . Dy calling 1667. COMB I- VTIOX gas and coal stove. In g-ood condition. Coal side has Wen converted to oil: convenient for cool spring: days. Reasonable. Phone 4S1 hf-tvvoen ft a. m. fc S p._m. COMPLETE line of Trusses, Abdominal Belts. Supporters of all kinds. Crutches, etc. Private fitting room. Kakle's Drig Store. US W. Wash- ii...ton St.. Hagerstown. Md. EXPERT MAYTAG SERVICE HAGERSTOWN MAYTAG CO. 106 S. Potomac St- PHONE 6fi2 FOR. SALS—Table, thatrs. benches at a sacrifice price. Apply Dutch Kitchen. 12 E. Wash. St. 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 lon^. 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 AGRICO LAWN FERTILIZER 100 50 Ib. Ib. Ib. Ib. bag S4.00 $2.fiO si.50 5 .SO bag- bag COW MANURE 50 Ib. bag .s J .SO FERTILIZER SPREADER—10-inch si. 7 - 6 •'• - S 5.95 FERTILIZER SPREADER—20-inch size , $10 9Q .-'ITLL LINE OF GRASS "SEED .FULL L1NF OF POULTRY SUPPLIES SCHINDEL-ROURER & CO.. INC. 2g S. Potomac St. HIGHEST cash prices paid for new and used furniture Forsythe Stor- tiare. Mill St. Phon>- 849-J Room* "With Hoard ROOM: WITH or AVithout board for honest gentleman. Congenial home. Use of phone. Centrally located. WriTf> Box :n. c/n Herald-Mn.ll. Rooms UTthou* Board DOUBLE room next to bath, newly decorated. hot wnter, central. phone. 1G9 Summit. Ave. HALFWAY — Substantial 2-story brick with S^spac'ou;: rooms, oak floors, bath £nd central heating, modern kitchen, a home with charm and contentment. Priced to sell. SALEM AVENUE—Attractive, new modern .Cape Cod home with 5 rms. beautiful lot. Poss. April 1. CLEVELAND AVENUE—Delightful attractive modern 6-room house, pre.var construction, hot water heat and garage. Excellent value. Early possession. GAS STATION—Cor. location, doing nice business, ?7.500.00. ^N._J*.. HQWE. 26 N. Potomac St. MODERN new borne. Completely furnished only one week ago. Must sell because of illness. With or without furniture. Must be seen to appreciate. Write Box 30. c/o Her.Ud-Mail. Ladies' Wear Received New Spring Dress Materials Ju . what you'vs been waiting- for in cottons and rayons, crepe romaines, navy. Gauze vests, cotton slips, black, cotton hose. E. L. M. Department Store Greencastle, Pa. AT THE OLD WEBB FARM Huyett's Crossroads SATURDAY, MARCH 15 at 12 O'clock Sharp 1!*36 Oldsmobllo Sedan; 1935 Pori- tiac; 1930 Dodge. Weeder with seed attachment; barsbare plow and mower; full line of hitching^. Household goods of all kinds. Plenty stable room for slock. If you have anvthlng to-sell, call 15G9-W. CALVIN BOWERS, Auctioneer. YOUNG: Clerk. JIE . Of personal property by virtue of suit of Fieri-Facias issued in Circuit Court ot! Washington County, Maryland. No. 11 Judicials -Feb. term 1947—Leslie F. Kephart and Louise J. Kephart vs. Kobert W. Swops and Pearl A. Swope. 1 have seized arid taken in execution the following personal property to-wit: 1 1934 Chevrolet Sedan, engine No. •i:i:',fio!)4. serial No. 12DA05- 2uyp-! Tag 511-S42 'MD.; 1 Green trailer, tag No. T 11-575 M D.. small tat,' 914-4SO MD.; 1 simdb shovel plow, i Thomas Drill, 1 Binder. 1 Potato Planter. 1 Osborne Mower, 1 Hay Rake, 2 Pitch Forks. Large amount .of hay in barn, Large amount of fodder In barn, 1 Forge, 1 Grindstone, 1 Spray tank and barrel, one wagon with sprayer, .'55 Berry crates, Large amount of lumber, 1 triple tree. 1 double tree 4 10 gal. Milk Cans. 1 Manure Spreader, 1 Wagon chasis, 1 Corn Planter. 1. Brown and White Bull Calf. 3 Horse collars. 1 Fly net. 2 Sets harness, l Two Horse Wagon. Anvil, 1 Crow Foot Bar. 2 White between 75 and 100-lbs.. 1 Bay Mare. 1 Grey Mare. 75 Mixed Chickens, 1 Cider press, I Lime Spreader. ~1 Double, Shovel Plow. 1 Brooder' Stove, and many other items too numerous to mention. And 1 hereby give notice that T will sell the same at public sale the 14th day of March, 1947. Sale to begin at 1:00 P. M.. at the home of Robert W. Swope. near Smoketown or Mt. Lena. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. No property to be moved until settled for. JOSEPH D. BAKER, SHERIFF JOSEPH C. SNYDER, Auctioneer. OF ANTIQUES -'R1DAY EVENING. MARCH It, 1947 at 6 P. M. WAYNESBORO AUCTION HOUSE IN WAYNESBORO. PENNAr— Lot of good dishes and glassware. /' Wintbrop.. in walnut}' corner cupboard: lot of good chairs; walnut blanket chest; old rifle, and many good Items not listed. FURNISHED rated. For 1 dr^n. Phone ROOM, centrally lo- or 2 people. No chil- ROOM for one single gentleman. Apply 519 Heyno.ldj5_Ave. :! ROOMS, with or without In ml. Leln Snndpr.*. Smithsburg. Md.. K.F.D. No. 2. HEATING BOILF.K, American Ideal C. L sectional No. S-22-7. 9:55' steam, rating' with CO Ib. stoker and radiators: also -JOO' \Veil-McClain oil- burning boiler less burner. HAGEKSTO\VN EQUH MENT CO. Maryland Avenue. . Phone 3SIX. HOOVER SALES & SERVICE , LEITER BROTHERS ji. C. MYERS, 3rd floor. Ph. 1125M. KALART Master Hash gun. "like new. Apply at IS S. Mulberry St.. after 5 _i\_m. T '.RG-E COLONIAL living- room table, small stand. 2 si tip! ft window awning- frames, drainboard. 25x19. JPbone 401-J. LAKGK Heatrola, cook stove, bed springs. Store refrigerator 7' by t>'- x32". 8 doors. Toledo fan type scales. 30 Ibs. Apply SOI S. Poto- mace or phone 1717 between 7-and S p. m. LIVING ROOM suite, dining room suite, -white-enameled range, rab- bir. hutch. Ap ply 701 Sprure St. LOCUST POSTS for sale Call 17S4-W. 7 ft. long-. LOCUST POSTS FOR SALE—335 per hundred. Mr. Lee Oswald. Smiths- burtr. REMINGTON portable typewriter. No. 5. Practically new. Phone HIS. SALES and SERVICE. Also buy used Singer sewing machines. 106 S. Potomac St. • SINK and wall cabinets made to fit your kitcben. Phone 1753-M. 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. SIX piece breakfast red: 5'xlO' %vool rug. _\V_ashington Sf._ set. white Apply 123 E. TWO chicken houses and e.ciuipmoi sixes 10' x 12' and 7' x 10'. all tongue ami groove lumber. Apply 4" E. Lincoln Ave.. after 2 p. m. WASHING machines repaired, parts - and wringer rolls. Jones Appliance .Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phonc 24. 40 GALLON hot water tank. cUnky bentor. Lot of brass fittings, pai- vnnizeil fittings and pipes. Apply John \Vatrnfir. V ; LOShp vt V_'JlI v< L Ttnricr nnrt PALE OH TRADE on car. bed r<>« suite, solid maple, best, gra Silverrotie Portable. 411 W. Franklin after :> r>. m. _ Ron lj^_a»»T_A rjrossrtrloK r.'. CANOE "MADE in- ihV;'""o"UKowi People. ]S f»^ot long-. Xew( AppU Variety Shop. 36 \V. Church St I'hono 107S. Bualm;** »ml Office Kqujpnuvnt RESTAURANT EtiUIPMKNT" Electric Soda Fountains; Upholstered Booths; Lacy Electric Hot Cups ..Electric Fudge • Warmers: Fryers pas or electric, all sizes; Griddles electric or gas; Heavy'Duty Restaurant Gas Ranges; Electric Dl reel Beer Box. IT. A. WEISS & SON 225 N. Jonathan S t." Tel.. 1315-.T. 30 FOOT- soda fountain with stools, one 20 foot counter will a sinks and S stools, ii booths. Mabe seen .at Blue Bird Luno.h. 15 _South Main St.. Chamherstnirg. Pa Farm tind Dairy Product* 5 FULr-O-PEP FEEDS are specially designed for poultry nnd livestocl that is bred to produce. Let u tell you of the outstanding 1D4 record of Ful-O-Pep fed poultr> and Ir-e stock at the. great show' of the nation. Sold exclusively ii Washington County by Howard's n Hngerstown, 5-7-0 E. Baltimore Si Phone SOS for excellent deliver •ervic*. AT WARDS YOU CAN CHOOSE Tli W TRACTOR TTRES That sul'. your soil and crops! ^OWERTRAC for you farmers who need "Bar" t.yp» tires, bar straight across. give? you tremendous "Paddle Wheel" power for extra trart.ion. Top quality materials . . years of constant research' and improvement go in every WA.RD FARM TIRE. "You Can't Buy Belter Tires" Now at Wards in this combination size. 13-2S/:i.25-2S (4 Ply) SG5.10 plus tax MONTGOMERY WARD Apnrtmentp *4A P. ROAD WAY—Small private, completely furnished apt. Suitable for one adult. Write Box 2G c/o Herald-Mall. • Bnxinonn Place* for Rent LAR.GE storage room ,~for rent. 40 x 40 ft. Second floor.' Apply 4S W. Church St. STOREROOM FOR RENT. 110 South Potomac street. William A.'Danzer Phone 442. NICE modern home near center of city. Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Karly poss. Apply 2'J X. Mulberry after 5 p. in. POSSESSION AT ONCE—A beautiful brick home. 7 rooms, sun porch, hardwood floors, oil burner hot water heat. bath, garage. Ideal location.* Priced to sell. A 7 ROOM frame with two extra lots JF5700 WKST END—Double brick, Charles Si $6000 Guy L. Doub JOHN L. SWAIN AGENCY Phone 20SS-.I REAL ESTATE, insurance, mprt- gag-e loans and auto financing. JOHN F. BEARD. Phone 19S5-W. "HOPPING FOT> A HOME LOAN??? Aslc us for details before you buy. First Federal Savines & Loan Afs'n. 33 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 JUST RECEIVED STOCK STEEL SASH AND STEEL CASEMENT WINDOWS. WILL GO FAST. THE DANZER METAL- WORKS CO., W. Lee St. Phone 1S18. TOOLS STORE ROOMS, offices, storage and manufacturing- space for rent. OROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. c iind Lnnils for : 7K if> ACRE farm on Route -10 for rent on shares, and 175 Acre farm for rent on money rent. GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit AVP. O Hi PI'S nml TJcsk Room 78 OFFICES 6'n 2nd t'loor at 17 Public Square, and 1st floor at 160 and 162 W. Wash. St. GROH REALTY CO., • 40 Summit Ave. Wanted—To Rent AUTO TOP CARRIERS. Size 4S"x?,SxS" .:..-.... J1-I.9S ONE WHEEL TRAILER $69.95 SEAL BEAM UNITS, makes ... all $ 4.33 and up FOG LIGHTS ............ $7.49 pair SEAT COVERS, sedan cotipe. coach. $ G.4D and ,VEDGK CUSHIONS .......... 51:59 ALLSTATE SPARK PLUGS 23c each SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. EASTEU. TOYS Magic Skin Dolls. Lincoln Lops. Roliy Sk.-ues. t .Sturdy All Metal KeonUTS. extra largt; tires Tr icy riles. LEITKR BROTHERS TOY DEPARTMENT • -nil Floor. _ 81 CLAIM adjuster for Hartford Accident ami Indemnity Co. wants unfurnished two or three bedroom apartment or house for wif«. scliool-nge son nnd self. Veteran. Permanently located in Hagers- tovvti. Call 2ST>4 9 to :". SUMMIT AV.—7 room cottage, fireplace. Reduced price. , MOLLER AV.—5~ rooms & bath. 1 acre ground, garage. Newly painted and papered. ROSE HILL 2 apts. 2nd sonable. AV.—1st floor garage, floor. Large loL Rea- GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "Realtors" 74 W. Washington St. Phone 4423^_ 3 FINE modern bungalows,\$ 4 250. $6000. 57250. Modern house West Church -St. Reduced to S4SOO. G. PL JSANXER. 1905-W. FURXITURK .SPECIALS AT WARDS BA BY fibre Were STPvOLLER. body, very 517.'.IT—now nil steel strongly frame, built. S1.2.95 ABLE T.AMPS. metnl base, pleated paper parchment shade, regular price SI 1.45—now $ S.0.1 PI.V UP LAMPS, polished brass, a honiuy. indirect, lip-htnm:. regular pric* $.">.4'.>. Special this week S 3.4!> FLOOR LAMPS. polished brass, three way. indirect Kghlinp. regular price ?19.!>5. Special this week $15.95 INXERSPRIXa MATTRESS and box springs to match. High quality, long: wflnr'ne stripe ticking. Regular price S39.r»r> each. Now 531.44 each MONTGOMERY WARD (Furniture Department) JOUPLIO — desire 2 or 3 room furnished apartment, all modern, in llngerstown. Phone Mr. Dudrow. _4 H 0. HOUSE or 4-5 room apt. urgently i.eeiled by family including 2 children in Hagerstown or vicinity. J^X!l?_!*.£^JlL_!l/ °._JJ *-' r: Hill^! :i I1; RKSPONS1HL1C "p a r'Ty urgently needs -\ to C room house or apt. J {< V s .t.,p.r.roferoncj-'s. Phone 2S63-J. \V~ANTED—-By family o~f. ?. adults: small country plaoe with some .-K-reage. Writ's Uox 2S c/o Ilerald- Majl. WANTED—About 100 acre farm on shares, have equipment and stock. _. : \jj)ert S^unpsejl. Hagerstown, Rt. 1. WANTED—By man and wife, quiet, refined: one or two furnished rooms, kitchenette. Phone ISO 0 - W. WANTED—Garage to store furni- tjire hy AprH_ 1_s_t. Photic, 2fii>9-M. WANTED by working""o.otTple—3." 4 or - r > room unfurnished apartment or small house. No. drinking, smok- Inc. children or pets. Phone 4r.2fl-R. Wjite Rox 22, rare Tlerald-MaiJ. 6 ROOM brick, dwelling: with all improvements. Possession can he arranged. Inspection by appointment only. HUTSON'-ITETZER AGENCY S. 1 r. Staubs. Assoo. 7 Summit Ave. Phone 129S DeWalt Cut-Off Saw. Speedmatic Saw. / 2-4-5 and 6 foot Furniture Clamps. VI-1/3-Mr and ?i H. P. Motors. Electric Soldering Irons. Armstrong: Pipe Stock & Die Sets. BOYS' & GIRLS' BICYCLES Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. TERMS: CASH. ROY -M. CONDEH. Auctioneer. A'otJccx WANTED—2 or 3 garages for stor- n p<\ Phone Keedysville 7-F-31. $TO'0" RKU'AUD fo'r information l^iKling to rental of 5 or 6 room unfurnished house in JTaKorstown, T'h'nu x 2700 ask for (iforge Clarke, Brokers Jn RrnI Ewinic R FOR BEST RESULTS — List your property for sale wilh- - ' R. A. MlcUNE 412-2nd Nafl Bank Bldg. Phone 4. 6 ROOM house ?nd bath. Apply 11S W. Salisb_u_ry_S_t. 1 _Wil!lam?port. Md. 6 ROOM weatherboard house. Double garage. Electric. Stable. Hog pen. Chicken house. 2?i Acres. 9 miles west of Hagerstown on Route 40. Russell Wiles. Clear- stjring, Md.. Rt. 1. 7 ROOM Brick House. Electric and water. Large lot Outbuildings. Fair condition. Smithsburg. Apply Wade _R. Wolfe. Cavetown. 7 t o 12 noon. 7 ROOM. Bur.galow. bath, furnace, concrete cellar, garage, nice location. MARYLAND AVE. — 6 rooms, bath new furnace, newly decorated. I mined. Poss. TAVERN Business and Eqi:ipment. Also furniture for rooming house. M. A. DORSF.Y 1 ffi £e_1 OfiOriceH 1 cl g. Ph. 2774-W. CORRECTION NOTICE The FRED BAKER Sale Date was erroneously published as Monday, March 1-1, 19-i7 The Correct Sale Date is Ren". Entittc for Snle S ROOM house at Halfway, modern. R. L. Cook. I fags't Trust Co. Bldg. Phone IP70-W. Lota for Sale LOT 70'xl20'. South End. one block off Sharpsburg Pike. Apply at 121S P n po Av e. LOTS FOR SALE- and Nottingham ISf.S-H. -Michigan Ave. Road. Phone Avon Soad. Call Fivrm* nnd Land* for S«le St FARM — 105 acres with 5 room frame house and all outhldgs. Located on Timber Ridge. 5 tnilcs north of Hancock. Running water. nf>ar bard surface road. Apply SOS Maryland Avo. LOT 50x160 on _4_H7-J _____ SHARPSBUP.G, Cemetery Hill. 1 ni-re graded building spare, rest -t^ood farming soil. Splendid location. corner lot. rail Keeilysvillo 3-F-3 before S n. m. or aft^r 6 p. m.— any 1 1 me Saturday nnd S u n day. TWO LOTS. 200 ft. front— 400 fX deep. Salem Ave. extended. Apply 341 W. Washington St. _ Real » Estate "Designed for Service" SMALL CLUBHOUSE with 1 acre land, located at. Mt. Lock ---- $1,250 COMFORTABLE Eight room bouse near Keedysville. electric lights. new sin 1 rahinot in kitchen. 2 nores and out' - l(igs. Immediate Possession. • • • EAST END, two family .stonn house, two baths, splentlU*. heating plant. About •>«, of an acre. Prk ........................ JS.50Q » • * 160 ACRES in Cr?afcw?s section. Eight room home with modern con- veni^ncps. running water. This farm is ideally located. Possession can be arranged to suit purchaser. 2 LOTS for sale near school, Funks- tnwn. Md. Luther Iseminger, Ph. 2057-M. 5 VERY desirable lots on Wilson Blvd.. near Frederick St. S850 each. CARROLL I* BAECHTEL 2nd Nnfl Bank Bldg. ' Ph. 1201 JUST RECEIVED a shipment of tank type cleaners \vith all attachments. 7-quart National pressure cookers. '\? and Vi-in. electric hand drills. Ebersole's Hardware, Clearspring. Md. Ph. Clcarsp. 2S31. 30 MUSCATEL Ih. Box RAISINS 20c a Ib 1 Ib ..................... 23c a Ib. All you want FRANKLIN SELF SERVICE 627 W. Franklin St. Ph. 4227-W. POULTRY FARM FOR SALE — DELPHF.Y'S, Phpnft R for details. 93 A. FARM near Sharpsburg. Peach orchard. 6 room house. Water, electricity. Also 7 acres mountain Innd. (.'all Keedysville. 52-F-4 or w r i t P Box 63. Shnrpshurg. Md. ', ROOM house. Elec. Stable, 2 chicken houses. Plenty of fruit. Poss. April 1st. Prio" rpdurort. C. E. WINGKR 2?.'> Knr.vr S!. Phono 2SSS. selling their atitos 5n classification 11 while prices RTO HIGH. 7 GROUP building lots, 50* by 150*. Indiana Ave. Phone 1647-M. Country for__S«1e COUNTRY HOME with fi rooms, electricity, water nnd Jl acres truck land. Stable, hot bed, 2 poultry houses, variety of fruit, etc. Possession April 1st. GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Ave. When the fighters measure one another off—vrhnt will the measure of your radio reception be? Trade now! LARGE RESIDENCE— on S. Prospect St. Can be easily converted into a 2 family duplex. Oil heat. This property is available immediately. • • » SO ACRF.S — with 7 room old stone house. Bath, furnace Qrecl by bin- fed stoker. Lovely shade and stream. This Is a real country home, » » * S ROOM Residence on Highland Way. Can easily be converted into a Duplex. Having cjuit farming-, T will sell my entire line of stock and machinery on the Ludy Farm, 2^ miles from Hagerstown on the Downsville Pike, on MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1947 At 12 Noon HORSES 9 HEAD a No. 1—Log. a yrs.: No. 2—Mike, S yrs.: No. 3—Charlie. 9 yra.; No. •1—Perch. 4 yrs.; No. 5—Star, 4 yr.s.; No. K—Maude, 10 yrs.; No. 7—Joe, 4 yrs.; No. S—Daisy, 2 yr.s.; No. 9— Pearl, 2 yra. CATTLE 9 HEAD — 4 cows, 3 .heifers, 2 bulls*. SHEEP- 19. iambs by their aides. HOGS 15 HEAD. 2 male shoats. FARM. MACHINE lt\' Deering binder S fr. cut, good; McCormick-Deering mower, good; 11 hoe John Deero drill, good; International corn planter: John Deere dump rake; 2 Wlanl barshear plows,, No. 10G: 403 Oliver' plow; Oliver Miilkey barshear plow: International riding corn plow: Buckeye walking corn plow; John Deere walking- corn plow; Brown Manley walking corn plow: International disc; two 20 tooth harrows: single plow; double plow; New Idea manure spreader; Weber two-horse wagon: Weber two-horse- wagon with bed: 2 sets ]S ft. hay carrier: corn slieller; pair platform scales; hay fork; rope and pulleys: Harrow cultivator: lot of planks and boards: lot of forks of all kinds; digging iron and bars; pick and shovels; gr;iin t.raclle: saw frame and SO inch # a \v. HARNESS 2 sets breech bands; 4 sets front harness; ?, sets plow gears; 1 pair oheck lines; plow lines: 1 wagon .saddle: 7 collars 7 bridle?. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 2 brooder houses: butchering tools of all kinds; crates; some, potatoes: ?, milk cany; strainer; separator. Hay by Die ton. TJ2V Ford truck, in goud condition. TKKM-S: Cai-h. HARRY M, COSGROYK Auot.: Elgenbrode. , Clvrk.--: Mowers ,t Long. JEUCTlALE I. t.he undersigned, intending to quit, farming, will sell at Public Hale on the McAllister farm, situated on Route 40 near Wilson's Store, 3 ml. East from Cl*arspring and 8 miles West of Hagerstown on SATURDAY. MARCH 15. 1947 AT M O'CLOCK A. M. the following property: Six Head of Horses— 3 of them good single lire leaders. 20 he.'uS of gooil dairy cattle. T.B. and Rlooil tested; ">0 head of hogs. C brood s ws and 44 pigs. Farming: Implements: Two 4-horse.»ns. one wagon bed. New Idea manure spreader, in good shape: Deering binder. 7 ft. rut. in good condition; 2 mowers, one Deering the other Osborn**: Deere corn planter: hors^ rake: 3 barshrvre plows; ?, .spring tooth harrows: set of bay slu-1 vines; double & single shovel plows: lut of forks, shovels, traces, chains, grindstone; wheelbarrow, grain drill: gears for 10 head horses; some household goods; set ot butchering tools; dairy equipment; lot of buckets & strainers: wired rabbit coop, and many other articles too numerous to mention. In order to reduce ray stock and farm machinery. I will sell at Public Auction at my farm, Miller Saw MM1, two miles south of Sharpsburg on Saw Mill "Road, on the farm formerly known as the Ed 'Thomas farm, on SATURDAY, MARCH IS. 1947 Beginning at 11 A. M. Two head of colts—2 sorrel colts, coming 4 years old. Thirty-two head of cattle—6 milk cows. 2 fresh; 3 large bulls, will weigh about 1100" Ibs.; 5 steers; -5 small bulls- 14 heifers,' 1 and 2 years old, vaccinated and T.B. Tested. Forty head of hogs—24 hogs, weighing from 100 to 130 Ibs.;* 16 I'igs. eight weeks old. MACHINERY—2 ho,se wagon and bed; AlcCormlck-Deering-'corn planter; corn sheller. • Four hundred Mocust posts—50 yani fence posts,-squared; ROOD feet of oak lumber, some 2x4 and some cedar. Six bushels of sapling clover seed. Two milk cans; l closed top bucket. TERMS: CASH. Nothing removed imtil settled for. HOWARD M. CHKRCHEY. Auct.—IT. S. Churchey. Clerk—Pierce King. Lunch privileges reserved for Mt Rriar Church of God Missionary Sgpietv. , OF VALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE' 'FARM PROPERTY Containing US 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.- 1942- and recorded among the Land Records of Washington County. Maryland. In Liber 220. folio 379 (default havi,.g occurred thereunder) the mortgagee of said mortgage -will sell at Public Auction at the Court Hous,-! 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 in Beaver Creek District, in Washington County. State of Maryland, the same being part of a tract o£ land called "The Resurvey on Discontent." part of "Come by 'Chance." part of "Nancy's Fancv," part of "Funk's Run." parts of tracts of land that were conveyed to Isaac H. Gear, by Benjamin Brinham and others by deed dated ISth day of November. A.D. 1S62. and recorded in Liber I. N. No. 1C. folio 407 etc among Land Records of Washington County, beginning for a description ot the outlines of the entire tract at a stone planted on a corner between the lands of David Fulton, and the lands hereby conveyed, said stone being also the'beginning of a deed from Lewis p. Doub and others to Henry \V. Gray by deed bearing-date 10th day of February A.-D/1S9S. 'arid recorded in Lib^r 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 South forty-four degrees East five and five-tenths perches South fifty three degrees TSast eleven aniTfour- tentbs perches South sixty-nine and one-iialf degrees East twenty-two and four-tenths perches North eighty-nine degrees East five and six-tenths perches to a stump. North .sixty-three degrees East twenty- two and six-tenths perches South fifty-four degrees West twenty-five and three-tenths perches to a White Oak Tree South sixty-six degree* East, twelve perches South .eighty- four degrees • East one and'seven- tenths perches South sixteen degrees West -twenty-eight perches to ' a staks South seventy degrees East seventy-eight perches to a stone South eleven degrees East sixteen and five-tenths perches South twen- t" degrees West twenty-one and tour-tenths perches South eighteen deerrees West twenty-four and seven- tenths perches to a White Oak Tree North seventy-one and one-quarter degrees Wejst forty and two-tenths oerches to a White Oak Tree South fifty-two degrees West eleven and seven-tenths perches North seventy- five 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 degrees West one hundred [and eight- tenths perches to n 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 the Forget the- "portal to portal" pay. Make KXTRA money thru Want Ads. • • ' all roadways appurtenant'' to said property. The improvements consist of S >m. 2 .story, stnne'-house, metal roof, with electricity, pump water: dairy stable fur S cows: poultry house; cattle .shed. Terms of Sale: Cash upon ratification of sale. A rash deposit of 5500.00 .ivlll be required ot purchaser at time and place of. sale. Taxes and other expenses, if any. to be adjusted to day of sale. Ui\T ED STATES OF AMERICA By _BERNARD J. FLYNN. T 7 nited States'frfe'y For District of Maryland Joseph C. Snyder. Auctioneer. Having rented my farm and discontinuing farming I will sell on premises thereof, located along the Locust Valley macadam road imle b. \V. off. Route 40. and 2 mi; S. W. oC Middletown. 10-mk W • w^Vr", 'rederlck County Maryland. Sale at 10:00 A. M. to-\vTf HEAD \\ORK HOUSES—Dick, black horse, leader anywhere Tap 2 yeara^kl""' ' ycar ' old str - lp horse - an « l one ^^S\nn horse colt .coming inr. r S """D DAIRY CATTLE—Fourteen head are milk cows, three corn- ng fiesh by day of sale balance fall cows in full now of milk three are Lrown SWI.MS others Holatein. Guernsey and Ayrshire. Three bred heifers ten open heifers and one registered .Holstein bull 2 vears old A number of heifers have been calfhood vaccinated against Bangs. The herd is TP accredited. Come and look this herd over before sale. HOGS—Registered Hampshire sow with litter of 10 nur» DAIRY EQUIPMENT— Ford-Ferguson tractor r-n rubber a , l , rn ^ hment . 12 '"- Plow, pulley, tractor belts, all in first set Yankee rnkp harness. 2 CLYDE L. HARSHMAN Emmert K. Bowlus. Auctioneer D. Edgar Bittle," Clerk. _.. , Lun 9h by Friendly Circle Lutheran S S Class This sale was originally advertised for March 3^ 1947 but'due to drifted roads was postponed until March-1", v arm- one three miles my residence, arlton Road, and SEVERAL CHOICE town Pike. lots on Cave- ATI Inquiries given courteous and prompt attention. The L. S. Spangler Agency L, S. Spangler — Glenn V. Hall 2nd Floor 2nd Nat'l Bank TERMS— CASH. HOWARD MCALLISTER. Renner—Auct. Forkler & Foo »r, Clerks. MvrMock ROT2 BABT CHICKS Live, Lay and Pay Nine- standard breeds. Sexed pullets and cockerels. Special prlc» on Leghorns and heavy cockerels. All breeders culled and bio* 1-teste-*. Frea Catalogue and Price List RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poultry Farm a.nd Hatchery Box iF. Fort'London. PR- Phone St. Thomas 137K2J I. the undersigned, having rented mv farm, will sell mile, south of St. Paul's Church, on'St Paul and'Ch- e miles east of Clearspring. Maryland FRIDAY, MARCH 14,1947 AT 12 O'CLOCK 5 HORSES 6—One sorrel. 4 years old. worked some: one sorrel,'a \ears ol.l, worked some: 1 gray. 3 years old. worked some- l grav 17 y,ars old. worked iu lead; 1 black, l.l years old, offside worker; 1 black. 14 years old. offside worker. 3S HEAD OF CATTLE 3S—These are nil our own raising, all T. B and Unngs tested; S milch cows, some fresh ami some in full flow of milk; 12 heifers from 6 months to IS months; 10 bulls, 6 months old and over. Ha la nee young cattle. 2.-. HKAD OF HOGS 2r>—SO - 100 Ibs. One registered Chester White boar. I..!) Ibs.: r- registered Chester White gilts. loO Ibs. IS HEAD OF SHEEP U—Welt bred Hampsbires with lambs by side. One buck. ^ FARM MACHINERY—One Idea manure spreader. McCormick- Deering binder on rubber, alfalfa dump rake., corn planter. Brown 2- liorse wagon and bed. 4-horse wagon, 2 Oliver walking plows, 1 Brown walking plow. McQormick-Deering S-in. feed grinder, 2 and 3-horse Oliver plows, Pennsylvania grain drill. 10-S. scoring out plow, corn coverer. corn sheUer, Oliver tractor plow, 12" and 14" adjustable: three IS-tooth harrows, McCormick 6-ft, double disc, 1 single disc, 2 lever barrows, one. 24-tooth and one 17-tooth harrows. 2 steel land rollers..!. log roller, Clipper seed cleaner, 2 hay forks, 4 double shovel plows, 20- v tooth harrows. 4 horse power gas engine, Delco light plant Model A Ford motor, vise, 2 deep well pumps, single, double and triple trees, clover seed by the bushel. Harness for 6 horses. Plow gears, Yankee fronts, bridles, saddles, halters, nets. HOUSEHOLD—-Aetna, cook stove, DeLaval cream separator, D*lco radio, oak table, beds, baby buggy, stroller, chairs, 5-burner oil stove with built-in oven, many other articles not listed. Terms: Cash. Lunch rights reserved. _ ___ ___ J. GARDNER MILES Auctioneer: Renner. Clerks: Fockler and Eby.

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