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I p Wtttited _ MEN lo take orders over telephone evenings. State experience when w 1- i t i n g Jt JLJloxjSljQ /g JlglgJiL^lgj. | . WANTED — Siilcsiimu for soft drink route. Write Nelu Bottling Co. or phono 2730. _ WANTED — .Man and boy or man and wif. for 97 acre di'.iry farm, Good wages, nice 5 room house and usual allowances. Phone 2730 or 4075-F-14, or writ" R. A. llarrell •Ir.. Boonsboro, Md. Rt. 1. —-Male mid Female 24 -MIDDLE.AGED lady o"r man -as housekeeper. Llvi in. Write Box -Ii*-. <-'/" Jlfrrald-Miiil. WANTED Dishwasher for day work Hours 8 a. m. until 5 p. ni. Top wages. Applv Potomac Diner. S. .Potomac. St. ..at Wilson Blvd. YOUNG MAN or woman for fountain work. Apply Maple way Grill. 22 S. Potomac St. Article* for Sale II BEAUTY PARLOR equipment for sale, cheap. Also chiids rolltop writing desk, flat top writing desk, lawn mower, grans seed, cheap: lawn cart, ,new; pair ice skates, new. .size 10. cheap. 152 West North St. CLEARANCE SALE ODD AND soiled curtains—tailored, ruffled, and cottage sets. At half price. The Curtain S^iop 39 N. Potomac St. COMPLETE line of Trusses. Abdominal Belts, Supporters of all kinds. Crutches, etc. Private fitting room. Eakle'a Dr ig Store. 118 W. Wash- ton__gt.. Hagerstown. Md. SluiHtlunn Wnnt?tl— Kenntle 30 U—\V!U set with niyhi except \Ved- HABY S1TT babies every jie.srlay.s. Cafl__at S09 Chestiui t_S l.^_ -MIDDLE AGED cook and housekeeper in small family. References. Write Box 50 c/o Herald-Mail. SS tjm^lmiH VVn iited—Male 37 SINOLE man wants woFk™ o'ri "fann by month or year. Life's experience. Write Alfred Mowen care Alvey Marshall. Hagerstown. Rt. :i. VETERAN, as years old. desirous of finding employment as Bookkeep- per or General OMice Work other that, typing; for part or full time. _WjLUe Box 50 c/o Herald-Mail. VETERAN desires specialised training under G. I. Bill. Write P. O. Box 116 Clearspring. Md., or phone ' EXPERT MAYTAG SERVICE HAGERSTOWN MAYTAG CO. 106 S. Potomac St PHONE 662 Iliitl fo_E<i uljmieiijl fl-.V FOR SALE AT cost—Webster record player, 35 watt amplifier. 12" speaker, S40 Hallicrafer radio. All ne.w Apply 727 S. Potornac_J31. MEDIUM sized Sohmer upright Jll'iBP- ^ or -liil?:. I*' 10 -! 1 .!- JiS' 1 - TKADE-IN your old radio for a new one. Call Lincoln Eleccric Co., for estimate. 1 Lincoln Ave.. Halfway. Phone 1G80. Plant*. FOR SALE- USED LIGHTING FIXTURES: Chain hangers: 14 inch opal glass globes; shades: other miscellaneous lighting equipment. Must move quickly. Inquire Plant Supt. HERALD-MAIL'CO. GRINDER—Dellinger Grinder outfit. Ford motor. Irvin L. Strite. near Leiiersburg. Uiixlucan Q i\ portiuiltk'* SS GOOD pay, part time. Be your owri boss for $1,S50. Reacty established. Write Box 4S c/o Herald-Mail._ MEAT AND GROCERY store with modern equipment and complete stock, doing a large business. Price reduced for quick sale. GROH REALTY CO. 40 Summit Av. ROUTE MAN—No Selling! Route will be established by factory distributors for operator who can furnish unquestionable, references for dependability and honesty. Excellent earnings from .start: should have car to service and collect money from 5c "Hot Nut" dispensers. Must invest ;COO immedi- at?ly (investment secured): oppor- tuftity for expansion from profits. Write fully, giving phone number for interview with representative who will be in Hagerstown within next several days, to Box 52. care He raid-Mail. SERVICE station and storeroom for sale. South end of Boonsboro. Good investment for G. I. Includes lot SSxloO. Apply A. N. Miller. Atlan- lie Station. Boonsboro. Hl-JATlNG BOILER. American t Ideal C. 1. sectional No. S-22-7. 935' steam. rating with 60 Ib. stoker and radiators; also 400' Weil-McCHiin oil- burning boiler less burner. HAGERSTOWN- EQUU MENT CO. Maryland Avenue. . Phone 3812. HOME Comfort range, oldtime bureau, over 100 yrs. old. Sears-Roebuck double barrel gun. Savage .22 jMfle. model 40. Phone 442S^M. HOOVER SAF.EF <fc SERVICE H. C. MYERS 2S N. Locust St. Ph. 1125M _ ver* (S3 TREES FOR sale— Norway" "Ma"p"h>. English Walnut, Sour Cherry. Holly. Apply 517 Liberi y_SL _ U. S. CERTIFIED MAINE-GROWN SEED POTATOES Irish Cobbler. Katahdin and Red Bliss. For the commercial grower and the home gardener. Howard's of Hagerstown. 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Phone 806 for excelle ': delivery service. Speciali- In the Store* ARCTIC Ice Refrigerators $~2D.aO up. FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO. 13 W. Antic tarn St. LOCUST posis for sale: round and split posts. Mr. Henrv Holtzman Hagerstown Rt. l, Md. Jugtown. ONE 9x12 Alexander Smith floral design rug; Thayer baby carriage: pair baby scales. All in good con. Call 34-J-3 after 1 p. m POWER Lawnmower "STEARNS," with 18 inch cut, good condition *7f>. George L. Jacobs. Benevola. Md. at crossroads. SEWING machines $10-$15-$20 Bicycle SIS. Egg stove S4. Apply 132 East Lee St. ATTE N T10 X FA RM E R S You will need these items during the spring and summer months. Come in and get thorn today at our reasonable prices. 4. C. and S Can Esco Milk Coolers. LOWELL-T110R Dairy Sprayers. LOWELL-THOR Paint Sprayers. G-E 30 gallon Dairy Hot Water Heaters. CAMPBELL Loadrnaster Auto Trailer. Was $209.50. NOW JI75.00. ItonuiM Without Hoard OS ROOM FOR one single gentleman. P_l.lLv_5.19_ Jleyjip 1 d s_Av e. ROOM for rent, .suilable'Tor 2 employed people. Apply 10-14 Beechwood Drive .after 6 p. in. ROOMS, with Lei a Sanders. R.F.D. No. 2. or without Smithsburg. land. Md.. SLEEPING room for two. Apply after 4 p. in. 231 S. Prospect St.. 2ml flooj-. Phone 312^-M. T rent, */> bloclf minute ride SLEEPING room for from bus or trolley jo Squaro. Apply 528 W. Howard. for HI) Two small bedrooms, kitchen privileges. Private family, suitable for quiet couple or two ladies. Write Roxr 5S o/o Herald-Mail. Wanted—Ho inns or Hoard . 7' II o u*en for Sill e 81 COUNTRY' HO'MI'J near Boonsboi'o.~7 room house, electric. Stable*, chicken . house, hog pen, H car garage, wash house, etc. 4Vj acres. fruit, etc. Spring possession. JlliP_H_UKALT \ r CO., 40 Suminl_t_Av. DUPLEX. Brick $G500 U ROOM Brick $225<i DOUBLE Brick J3100 3 SIX UNIT Briok Apts. JOHN K. TA YLOR. PiK_83S MD. AVE., 813—6 room bouse—gas. light, bat!). Reasonable. Apply .same.' t MD. Ave. dbl. t side immed poss., $7,000: 3-apt, brick, 2 baths, hot w, "heat, immed. poss., $9,000. beautf- ful duplex 2/li r apts. Virginia Ave., 1 apt. vacant in 3(1 days. Acre lot with foundation dug, YVood- point, $flOO. C,. R. Runner, 190S-V/. WANTED — by gentleman. Large room, also board. Close in town. .AV.rite Box 74 c/o Herald-Mail. l^iirnlxtuM 1 AIntrrjiieiiC x 74 \ T 1 1R12 E room al7a"r tTnen't a va! 1 a b 1 e vo purchaser of furniture. Phone TWO ROOM furnished apt. for one adult. One block from Square. Write Box 69 c/o Herald-Mail. - lor Rent 7* BUILDING FOR rent. Suitable for dry cleaning or laundry plant. Write Box _7C C/Q Herald-Mail. N. POTOMAC—Desirable first and .second floor ofttces with front rooms 18x20. Apply 119 N. Potomac. Phone 612. NICE modern home near center of city, Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Early poss. Apply 29 N. Mulberry after 5 p. in. POS'SESSION' AT ONCE No. 7HO Smmit Ave. LARGE Briok Dwell.ng could be made into 2 apts., with bath, oil heat, hardwood floors. JOHN L, SWAIN'AGENCY 20 Summit Ave. Ph. 20SH-.T FLE1GH MOTOR CO. 672 Oak__Hl 1 LA_ve. p hone 2300 BEE SUPPLIES SMOKERS — Veils — Sections — Escapes •— Excluders — Brushes— Wrappers, etc. Sorry no hives or frames. Get ready for the honey flow now. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. SOFT COAL stoker. Used several months. Good cond. Reasonable .price. Esther Finfrock. :u:> S. Pot. SINK and walli cabinets made to fir your kitchen. Phone 1753-M. 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Money to l,omi, >Iorttcu>rei> 40 LOANS TO FARMERS LONG TERM CREDIT <% — For: Purchase of farms, refinancing of mortgages, repairs or construction of buildinr*. SHORT TERM CREDIT <>6%— For: STOKER. National Phone 2410-R. Jacketed boiler. TYPEWRITER—Reconditioned Royal typewriter, excellent 'condition. Price ?60. Phone 700 before S p. m. WASHING machines repaired, parts and wringer rolls. Jones Appliance .Service.. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. WASHING machine, practically new also gasoline table top range. Phone 937-J between 5 and 7 p. m. Purchase of dairy cow». farm machinery. feeder cattle, feed, seed, fertilizer. Refinancing of debts. repairs or construction of build- in ics. FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION - Pythian Castle Buildln* 20 North Court St. Frederick. Md. Local Representative: Walter D. Bromley In the offlcs of Henry Holzapfal. Ill Grice Building. -Phone -t9> Hagerstown. Maryland Tuesday &. Friday 9-12 o'clock 13 n at* a»d AccCXHorlctc ?>1-16' BOAT new for outboard motor and IS windo\\ screen:*. Apply 620 N. Prospect St. Phone 2102-R.- and pmc«i Equipment FOR SALE—Hand slicing machine: 10 ft. showcase: 6 ft. electric meat case with compressor. Ph. 4416-M. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Electric Soda Fountains: Upholstered Booths: Lacy Electric Hot Cups; Electric Fudge Warmers: Fryers, eras or electric, all sizes; Griddles, electric or gas; Heavy Dutv Restaurant Gas Ranges: Electric Direct Beer Box. H. A. WEISS & SON 225 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1315-J Farm Equipment 15 5 A RUBBER TIRED farm wagon and saw rig. Will be sold. Milton Shaull's sale Thursday. Tilghmanton. DO YOUR OWN HAULING • 'ITH ONE OF THESE! LOW-LOAD heavy uuty wagon, complete with 600x16 passenger cires. -All steel body, heavy construction. Ward's price S1S6.00 TRAILER—heavy duty all purpose, all steel, complete with 600x16 tires $197.50 MONTGOMERY WARD AGPJ.CO LAWN FERTILIZER 100 Ib. bag 54.00 50 Ib. bag 52.50 25 Ib. bag $1.50 10 Ib. bap S .SO COW MANURE 50 Ib. bag 52.00 FERTILIZER SPREADER—16-inch siy.e '" $ 5.95 FERTILIZER SPREADER—20-inch size 510.20 ••ULL LINE OF GRASS SEED FULL LINE OF POULTRY SUPPLIES SCHINDEL-ROHRER & CO.. INC. 28 S. Potomac St. STORAGE room for furniture. 239 N. Locust. Phone 146S-W. STORE ROOMS, offices, storage and manufacturing space for rent. REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. Wanted—'r-> Kent •1 CLAIM adjuster f9r Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co. wants unfurnished two or three bedroom apartment or house for wife, school-age son and self. Veteran. Permanently located In Hagerstown. Call 2Sn4 9 to 5. HOUSE in country within 10 miles of Hagerstown for family oL two adults and 2 small children. May be able to trade 4 room apt. in Hagerstown. Write to P. O. Box 433 phone 1716. RARE CONVALESCENT HOME POSSIBILITY Substantial brick 34 room building. 6 bajhs, steam heat. Setting I 1 /-acre lawn and shrubbery. Central. Price right. Phone 1420. S. W. Sowers, m M. Wash. St. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. NINE We«lne*«lii>-, .March JO, 1847. HEAL ESTATE, insurance, mortgage loans and auto financing. JOHN F. BEARD. Phone 1985-W. RETIRE IN THE countrj—5 room bungalow. S acres land. Electric, telephone. State roads. Best of references required, Liberal terms if desired. Write Box 46. c/o Herald-Mail. WANT TO buy or refinance home? Come in and see how we can help. First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. n N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 A. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A SELECT GROUP OF YOUNG MEN Wht-n the Jiipaix'sc- w«i-ft on our very doorstep in the ,Aleutians, you and how these gallant fiKhtet-K were the Faimvl 7lh Infantry Division roa" of the bluer fight put up by the first to drive the cm'iny from our soil. Then on to Kwajalein, Leyte and Okinawa, the Seventh blazed ihf- trail of heroism that will long be remembered. Today this .same !'. S. Army unit is stationed in Korea, li IM performing ihe. very vital job of occupation. But the mftii of ihu 71 h are having :L far different time of it now than they did on AUu. They have adequate recreational facilities and many other opportunities for sports. They are living more comfortable than ever before and are having a 1 igh adventure in a .strange land. A sirlf-<-i group of picked men are now uiTered thij opportunity of joining the "Hourglass Divisi'on." You may be one of the eligible ones. If so after initial training in the United Siatf-s, you may join up with the Seventh if yon enlist for a thre« year period in the regular- Army. Remember, overseas pay is 20% higher, so a private starts at 90 a month in Korea, in addition to "food. clothing. quarters. medical and dental care. Get full details at the, U. S. Army Recruiting Station 1st Floor. City Hall, Hagerstown, Maryland. Puldlo Snle MANUFACTURING \pace needed. Local company needs" 5,000 to 20,000 SQ. ft. additional floor space for long-range program. Will provide opportunity for 00 employees. Reply to P. O. Box 29. FULL LINE OF FISHING TACKLES FOR TROUT FISHING See us first, for the bps FISHING TACKLES Rods — Reels — Flies — Lines Canvas Creels — Hooks » SCHINDEL-ROHRER & 2S S. Potomac St. CO. SALES EXECUTIVE desires (3 room house in residential section of Hagerstown as a permanent residence. Family consists of wife and one 14 yr. old child. Would like to have possession about June 1st. Will accept conditions of lease and advance payment. Write Box 77 r/o Herald-Mail. VETKRAN. wife and 4 yr. old boy want :5 or 4 rm. apt. or house. In or near Hagerstown. Write Box til <-/o H e r a 1 d - Mail. \V. WASHINGTON ST.—7 rooms and bath. 40x250 lot. In very good condition. Price has just been reduced. SHARPSBURG—Garage and small store, 2 gas pumps, grease pit and necessary equipment. Greatly reduced. Immediate possession. LOCUST ST.—Frame house. 5 rooms and bath. Priced very reasonable. GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "Realtors" /4 W. Washington St. Ph. 4423 Public Snl* PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR 7 ROOM Brick House. Electric -and water. Large lot.'Outbuildings. Fail- Condition. Smlthsbnrg. Apply Wade R. Wolfe. Gaveto.wn, 7 to 12 noon. WANTED TO LEASE: Responsible party would like to rent furnished or unfurnished summer cottage near or on river. Will rent by season or month. No small children. Will give property best of care. Write Sox CS c/o Herald-Mail. WANTED—•? or more room house or apt. Unfurnished. Threa adults. Phone 248. WANTED—2 or 3 garages for storage. Phone Keedysville 7-F-31. 2 Bedroom npt. or house desired by employe of U. S. Dept. of Justice. Write Box S3. care Herald-Mail. S ROOM house at Halfway, modern. R. L. Cook, Hags't Trust Co. Bldg. Phone 1970-W. Lnt» lor Sale 86 BUILDING Lots—Any desired frontage. In- South End. Apply Baker. I0r» E. Howard St. GOOD level btiildinpr lot. SO'xSnq.' Salem Kvr.. Extended. Phone 22:i:',R. LOTS POINT SALEM DRIVE—On ha.rrt rd. Approx. 1 acre lots 5500.00 each. HALFWAY—50x450. able. Priced reason- 15 yrs. "rent money" can buy a homo of your own through our low cost home finance plan. First. Federal Savings't Loan Ass'n. :;:; N. Jonathan St. _ Tel. 1001 Mn«lc»l. Dancing, Dramatic* 44 DANCING—1-9 daily. I guarantee to teach every scholar. Strasser's. Stndi" 23 W Wash St Ph K9S-W D()«:». C«t», Otkcr Pet* QUADINB your dog AGAINST Calling hair, dandruff scales, ear and carcoptlc mange, fleas, lice, ringworm. <md 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. ! - FEMALE black and tan fox h'ounds. partly trained. Bred from excellent trim-built stock: Apply O. E. Detrow Mt, Lena, Boonsboro. Md.. Route 2. Coml and Wood 5«A JAMISON'S DRY KINDLING WOOD. Phone 410S-J, 12 to 1 or after 5 _P_. m. Immediate delivery. FOR COAL quality and service, call L. B. KenCrlck, 121 Buena Vista _Ave. Phone 908-R. • THE BEST in firewood. J2.75 and $5.00 load. Immediate delivery Call K & S Pvnwood. 3S(U. VERY LARGE LOAD of dry kindling wood $6. Half load 53. Phone 3437. 1 JUST RECEIVED a Carload of Fencing Get Yours Early! Hog Fence. 6" Stay $11.50 Hog Fence. 6" Stay 513.45 Stock Fence. 6" Stay 515.39 ! OR 4 ROOM unfurnished apartment, by May 1st. Only 2 adults in family. Phone 23S3-M. Mr. and Mrs. .!. L. Bikle^ Broker* hi Heat Ewtntc R 47" Stock Fence. 12" Stay.... 4S" Poultry Fence. 6" Stay-... 4S" Poultry Fence. 6" Stay.... 48" Poultry Fence, 6" Stay. . 4S" Poultry Fence, 6" Stay... 60" Poultry Fence, fi" Stay.. 60" Poultry Fence. 6" Stay... MONTGOMERY WARD S12.SO 5 5.75 S 7.2S $ 7.4S S 7.2S S S.20 .5 S.40 CONSULT THE REAL ESTATE MART for up-to-the-minute listings Appears on this page every Tu sdav—Thursday—Friday L. S. SPANGLER AGENCY 2nd Nat'l. Bank Bldp. Phone 338 Good Thlnga To E»t 17 APPLES — All leading varieties. Wholesale and retail. MARTIN'S COLD STORAGE Jvllddleburp Pike Phone 4137' COUNTRY CURED MEAT—Hams, shoulders, bacon and lard. Samuel M. Cornell. Jr.. Warfordsburcr. Pa.. Good* If Hor»e». Cattle. Other Stock. 48 BLACK pony. 3 years old. Well ">roke. 51" high. Phone Keedysville SO-F-22. FOR SALE—One fine Guernsey cow. T. B. Tested and Ba.ng:s. Earl Talbert Boousboro. Md. Phone Keedys-" -vine 22-F-4. HORSKS, Mules, Stock Steers, Heifers. Bulls for Sale. Will buy or trade. Sam Pashen. Dual Highway Stnrk Farn:. ONE HOLSTEIN bull. $90. Also 500 Locust posts, ?40 a hundred. Ap- ;>lv Louis A. Strite. Sharpsburg, Md.. ,_ OVERSTOCKED—Must sell 5 or 6 good Holstein cows. Herd average in D. H. I. A. past year 12.303 . milk. Over 400 fat with 1/3 first calf heifers. T. B. and Bangs certified. Also vaccinated for years. 3 good horses and some shoats. Harry Harbaurh. 2 ini. west of Hape'rstmvn on Rt. 40 at Cedar Lawn. Phone 29-W-2. REGISTERED Guernsey Bull. 1 year old. Apply 1 mile north of Boon.s- boro.-Mapleville Road. R. K. Hall- inper. TWO fat hogs. 350 Ihs. each; Ay- shire bull. 700 Ibs.: IS tons baled hay. C. O. Pitsnogle. Hagerstown R.t.'e 6. Paramount. TWO saddle horses, both fillies. Six -ears old. Sound and Quiet to ride. I gaited. Ph. Keedysville 49-F-12. .T. Kdgnr Rpmsburg. Sharpy burg. BOTTLED-GAS Ranges with re- duied "metered" Gas sen-lea r«.tei t Immediate installation. Jones Appliance St-rvlce _24 Summit Ave. Phone 14. CLEAR <NCE SALF of all kinds of used furniture and household goods at verv low prices. Rear of 25^ W. Franklin St.. in alley room formerly occupied by Dixie Supply Co.. Phone 14. COAL AND wood range. Ivory enamel. Reasonable. Can be used with or without water front. 221 South Locust St. ELECTRIC ironer in good condition. Call S10-.T-4. FOR SALE — Phone 38B4-W. Electric mangle. GAS RANGE—first class condition. Apply 1053 Fail-view Roarl. HEATROLA—like new. $35. Apply 221 Jefferson St., after 4 p. m. IVORY enamel coal or wood range. Good as new. White enamel kerosene range. Built-in oven. 5.TWI1. FOR BEST RESULTS — List your property for sale with- R. A. McCUNE 412-2nd Nat-'l Bank Bldg. Phone <. Fnrm» and Lands for Sale 8t Poultry and Supplier ANDREWS CHICKS— Day old and started, flocks state tested. Tube agglu. Sexed chicks in all breeds. James Andrews 'Hatchery. Hapers- town. Md.. RFD No. 4. at Middle- _b_nrg. __ Phono 1323 -.1-2. __ BABY CHICKS — New Hampshire Reds, excellent for broilers. NOW ON SALE, wholesale and retail. NEUHAUSER HATCHERIES 4.6 W. Church SL _ Tel. 4271. KITCHEN RANGE: antique dining room dome. Phone 79-M. LIGHT OAK Sellers kitchen cabinet. Priced reasonable. Good as new. Phone 2901-K. LIVING ROOM suite. 3 piece. 4 dining room chairs. Phone 3DD5-J. after 5 p. in. MATTRESSES for twin beds, felt ant' like new. Phone 1379-.T. MR. FISHERMAN WARD'S INVITE YOU TO SEE THEIR SPORTS DEPT. YOU WILL find many articles such as: t "Steel rods, fiy rods, casting reels, 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 elsf you need, see 'us. we are sure wa can help you. You can also purchase your ammunition fo; - .22 cal. rifles and shot guns at Ward's. SPECIALS ROLLER SKATES .... $2.45 & SO". 5 H. P. OUTBOARD MOTOR HI 6.50 3 H. P. OUTBOARD, MOTOR 5 S2.50 GIRLS' AND BOYS' BICYCLES 26" 533.95 MONTGOMERY WA-RD "Basement" RETIRE AT SPECIAL WEEK-END REDUCTIONS RE-TIRE your car with Ward'? great TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE PLAN. Here's how it works . . We allow you S2.50 for your old tire. a new 60u, x 16 tire costs S14.SO (plus tax). Less your trade-in gives you a brand new tire for Ward's low price of...S12.30 (plus tax). MONTGOMERY WARD 6 ROOMS—All conveniences. Hardwood floors. Garage $5200 6 ROOM Semi-bungalow. All conveniences. Garage. 5 ,»; A. land. FARMS—Possession this spring. C. E. WINGER 23R Hasrer St. Phone 3SS3 WEST END—Oxford Circle. 50x150. Only $700.00. GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "Realtors" 74 TV. "Washington St. Ph. 4423. Dates of coming sales are listed here. Refer to date and paper Hit- ed below for advertisement ot property to be offered. . PUBLIC SALE SAT.. MARCH 22. 1947 At 10:30 A. M. Tin- undersigned, intending to quit farming on the .Johnny Fahrney Farm at Mapl*ville. 2 miles north of Boousboro. will sell the following equipment to farm 160 acres-. 25—HEAD OF CATTLE—2f> Guernseys, Uolateins and Herefords. 12 head milk cows. 8 fresh, rest close springers and heifers; 4 bulls. r>—HEAD HORSES—5 4 draft horses, 1 rider r>.1—HKAD HOGS—-of. Two sows with pigs; I male Ches- t*r; [ sow will farrow in March; shoals, all sixes. FARMING IMPLEMENTS John Deere binder; John Depi-e manure spreader; John Deere 7-11 disc drill; John Deere corn plainer i'Dfl (tint above s listed Is good as new); New Idea hay loader, good as new; McC'ormk'k-Dtfering side delivery rake; dump rake" John Deere horse disc; double disc roller- Idea mower; 3 OJiver barshear plows; rider; 2 Oliver corn plows- rider (good ns new); 2 low down wagons and ladders; swab wagon with bed and 20 barrrl bed; set of hay ladders. (Rood as new); Bag wagon; set 300 Ibs. Millyards; single- double, thriple trees; jockey sticks i iddle rings; log chains, breas chains; butt traces; several pail plow traces; grain cradle; S ha> forks; 2 harpoons; 4 prong lance IfiO foet hay rope and pulleys; and pitch forks. HARNESS Collars, bridles, Yankee harness Yankee britch, plow gears, Jlynets check lines, reins, coupling straps and wagon saddle. Household goods. Milk pails and can.s. Liml, Ptiratd meat and potatoes. . Half interest in 50 acre wheat crop. Terms of salt 5 : Cash. JOE MITCHELL. A net.: Eigf-nbrode. Clerks: King a.nd Long. Luncheon servr-d by the Ladies' Missionary Society of the Zittlestown Church of God. SATURDAY, MARCH 22. 1047 In barement of the Market House, lagerstown, Md. 10 piece D. R. suite; 2 B. R. suites; piece L. R. suite; f> piece B. set; electric Frlgidaire; electric washer; ofa; bed; studio couch; 6 dressers; 2 wardrobes; 6 metal beds and springs; 3 mattresses; spool bed; lat top W. desk; kitchen cabinet: iillity cabinet; sewing machine: v ill-lien coal range; 2 gas ranges; tables; chairs; rockers; lamps; stands; dishes; garden tools: rugs; 5 jars fruit; books; mirrors; pictures; lawn mowers; 4 chairs:, clocks; and many other things. Sale at 12 o'clock NooriTERMS: Cash. No goods removed until settled for. •J. '.'. SN Y D K R, ..AUCTIONEER, _ FIERY, VICTOR L. PUBLIC SALE STOCK — EQUIPMENT SALE ON MARCH 21, 1947 Adv. appears March 12 -'15 - 20 Sn . THE MORNING HERALD WYAND, MRS. GEORGE STOCK AND MACHINERY Sale on Thursday, March 27, 1947 Adv. appears Mar. 15. 22, 26 in THE MORNING HERALD TWO choice lots on Georgia avenue, $900. Sewer and water. Apply 105S Marshall'street. Phone? 1290-J. 5 VERY desirable lots on Wilson Blvd., near Frederick St. $850 each, CARROLL L. BAECHTEL 2nd Nafl Bank Bldg. Ph. 1201 Legal Notice* fll Honor* for Snlc 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. Hardwood floors. LavAory on first floor. Hot water circulating heat. Stoker Fired. ..aundry itim playroom IT, basement. Garage attached. All in excellent condition. immed. poss. Owner leaving town $17.000 AN" C ROOM Frame in good condition. Hardwood floors, stoker fired, air conditioned. Suitable for duplex. Reynolds Ave $11.000 A FINE 3 story brick apt. house, near square. Plardwood floors, hot water circulating heat, stoker. Very desirable units in excellent condition. FOES. 1st floor April 1st $16.500 I A, 9 RM. brick. Good condition. Furnace, elec.. spring, well, cistern, garage and outbldgs. 6 miles out on hard road. Immert. POPS.. 56300 CARROLL L. BAECHTEL 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 1201 Order Nisi— In the Orphans' Court of Washington County. In the Matter ofjthe Guardianship of David K. Cufhwa. Jr.. Guardian to John Domenic 'Cushwa, minor. Ordered, By the Orphans' Court of Washington County, this 4th day of March. 1947. that thft sale r>£ real estate made hy David K. Cushwa, Jr., Guardian to John Domenio Cushwa, minor, and this day reported to this Court, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to the Court, on or before the 27th day of March next; Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once «. week for three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sales to be Jl.700.00. LLOYD K. HOFFMAN T>. JOSEPH WITHER SAMUEL M. HOFFMAN Judges of the Orphans' Court. True Copy—Test: HARRY' NEWCOMER, Regisi er of Wills. OF REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the authority contained in the last Will and Testament of Fannie M. Line, late of Washington -County, deceased, I will sell at public sale in front of the Hotel in Boonsboro, Maryland, on FRIDAY. MARCH 21st, ID47 between the hours of 1:30 and 3:00 o'clock, a.11 of that parcel of land lying on the south side of Church Street, formerly known as Potomac Street, fronting 48 feet 9 inches, more or less anr 1 having a depth of 131 feet more or less, Improved by a.i S room house, slate roof, wash house, garage and other buildings, in good repair. Electricity, town water in wash house and kitchen. Property more fully described Deed recorded in Liber 122 Folio 277. of the Land Records of Wash ington County. TERMS OF SALE: $500.00 cash on day of sale: the remainder upon the ratification" by the Orphans' Court of Washington County, at which time a Landlord's! possession will be given. Full possession will he given August 1st. 1347. inspection invited. EARL V THOMAS, Executor of Fannie M. Line. Deceased. Page Ditto. Auctioneer. OF PERSONAL.PROPERTY The undersigned will offer at Public Sale at his home 108 East Franklin St., Hagerstown. Md.. on WEDNESDAY. MARCH 19. 1947 at 1 P. M.. the following: One 1J39 short wheel base International Truck; 1, 193 S V-8 Ford Dump* Truck; 1. 1936 International Dump Truck: 1. 1936 V-S Ford Dump Truck. All these trucks In good condition. 1 Booster Brake; 2 Model A motor blocks; 5 V-8 Motor block; 4 sets dual truck chains 32-6; 1 Cromwell air-hammer for fender and body work, good as new; l forge & anvil; ], 10-ton hydraulic hoist, complete; wrenched and tools of all kinds. One 100-lb. Ice refrigerator, porcelain lined; 1 25-lb. ice refrigerator; 4 dressers; 2 wardrobes: 1 washstand; 1 round extension table; 1 s()imre extension table; 2 kitchen tables; n double metal beds; 1 single metal bed; 2 buffets; 1 chaise lounge; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 New- Process gas range, in good condition; I rocker; 1 table model radio; 6 straight chairs; 2 linoleum rugs: 1 bird cage and stand; smok- r\K stands; dishes; cooking utensils: awn mower, and other articles too iiirnerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. No goods to be removed until settled for. EMMERT FORSYTFf. Owner. Auot..—Jos. Snyder. PUBLIC SALE Tlie undersigned will sell on the farm known a.s the Noah Thotnaa > r Jatc-ly the Amish C. C. Camp Bitu- iued two miles Kast of Boonsboro on the Monroe road. THURSDAY. MARCH 20. 1947. beginning at 1 o'elork .sharp: 14 Head of Cattle. 10 milk cows, good ones, 4 with calves now, some will he fresh around May 1st. One registered Guernsey bull 2 yrs. old. :& full bred Guernsey bull calves, 2 registered Holstein bulls. 1 vr. old. :iO Head of Shoats from SO to 100 Ibs. FARM MACHINERY—1 hay loader. 1 side, delivery rake. Case R. C. triictor on rubber with lights, Me- Deering disk plow, one 3-H Wiard plow, 20-tooth spring harrow, one S-ft. McCormick - Deering binder with tractor hitch, good condition; 1 Oliver corn planter with chain. Ann Harbor Columbia hay baler oji rubber, good as new. 17x22: forks and shovels, one G. AI. C. truck with bed, in best of condition: one Oliver plow, :t-shovel plows. 1 large com scoop, 1 single set good harness. DAIRY EQUIPMENT—One 5-can Victor milk cooler, new: six I0-gal. milk cans, buckets, strainer. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—Two 1.8-ft. tables, one S-ft. table, all well built with benches attached, x and 1-inch plywood tops; one 12-ft. ext. table, library table, lot chairs, wood and iron beds with springs, some old time ones; dresser and wash stand. 2 buffets. 3-piece leather living room suite. 1 Weaver upright piano, dishes, etc. One 200-lb. porcelain refrigerator. I wood and coal range. 1 Round Oak stove. 1 churn and many other articles too numerous to mention. Lot homemade soap. Clocks. Onft quarter ton spray material. 100 Leghorn laying hens. One 22x5fi feet barracks all good lumber. Terms Cash.- No goods to be removed until settled for. JACOB M. MIDDLEKAUFF. Renner. Auctioneer. Fockler and King, Clerks. Lunch privileges reserved by the Rakorsvillo Lutheran Clmrc.h. PUEOC PUBLK A BEAUTIFUL Home. Modern kitchen, large living room with fireplace, hardwood floors, hot air heat. 1V» acre of ground. E; Earl Whitmore A. I... ZAHN. PHONE 3347 A FIFTH down gets immediate possession oE 2 brick houses on Elizabeth and George Streets. Apply 119 N. Potomac St. or phone RI2. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate Of MANZELLA M. MARTZ, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington County, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Manzella M. Marts:, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit same with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 4th day of October, next; they may otherwise, by law, be\excluded from all bene.fit of said estate. All persons indebted 'o said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 4th day Of March. A. D . 3!M7. TENNA F. BLACK. Executrix. Having quit farming. 1 will sell my entire line of stock and machinery on the Ludy Farm, 2^ miles from Hagerstown on the Downsville Pike, on MONDAY, MARCli^ 24. 1947 At 12 Noon HOUSES 'j HEAD >'o. 1—Log". 9 yrs.; No. 2—lUike. S yrs.; No. 3—Charlie, fl yrs.; No. 4—Perch, 4 yrs.: No. 5—Star. 4 yrs.; Xo. B—Maude, 10 yrs.; No. 7—Joe, M erctiandive Immediate Delivery ELECTRIC B LAN- ELECT RIG 60 INCH ONE pre-war Thor electrir washer. A-l condition. Phon e 3 3 7 7 - R. PLAY PEN—High chair, stroller. 1008 Columbia Road. PRKWAR PRTMA washing machine. In good condition. Call 10S2-.T-4. _ CHICKS— Day old or started New Hampshire Red. Barret" Cro»». White Rock* U.S. approved: pullo- rum passed. Excellent for egrgs or . broiler*. Cumberland Valley Hatchery Ma u gang v i He. Mti. Phone 2952J BABY CHiCKS K- POULTS — For 25 years many "f the leading poultry- men of Washington Co.. and adjacent territory have let Howard's of Hagerstown at 5-7-9 East Baltimore Street start their fiock with Marshall's Quality Blood Tested Chicks & Turkey Poults. Repeat business year after year has been achieved because of the personal attention given every order and the follow" up service that can mear dollar profit to the poultry- man. Phnnc SOG or 9K2-J for excellent deli verv service. WINCRAFT cook stove. Good condition. Charles P. Hartle. Chews- vino. .\M. Wxtchp*. Dinmonrts fiO GENTS—1 C diamond ring-. 10 C prold mounting. Reasonably priced. . Write Box ty" c/o He raid-Mai?. Tool* SEE -THESE FIRST Ward's Complete Line of PHONOGRAPHS From 516.45 544.35 MONTGOMERY WARD 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 SKO_Penn«. Ave.. Hacrf-rstown. Md. Wcnrfnjt A^pnrcl FORD FRONT mount" cultivators in solid or spring srrmks. 16" and IS" discs, boxes, spools, for most any make disc harrow. Post and armoV point plow shares, including Fords. Clevises, chains, hitches, etc.. now SEARS-ROEBUCK AND CO. CHICKENS—Younfr friers. 32c Ib. at farm. Phone 1634-W. per FOR CHICKS, feeds and poultry supplies. call Soti-J-1. Martin's Hairhery. FUL-O-PKP FKF,DS are specially designed for poultry and livestock that is bred lo pyo-lui.'o. Let u. 0 tell vot. of the o'mst.-imlinpr 1040 reroril of Ful-O-Pep fed poultry and li"e stock nt. the great show's of the nation. Sold exclusively in Washington Comitv by Howard's of Haperstowp. 5-7-0 K. Baltimore St. Phone S06 for excellent delivery Wanted— WANTED—Poir'rv of all kinds". Phone Dale b Rohrer 101SJ-2 after 5 p. m. o- Smithsburc 83. be- txveftti S n., m. to S n. nv Article* for sale Bl A DUCK .would drown In Fina Foam, it's so penetrating. Cleans rups and upholstery perfectly. Eyerly's Dept^ Store. 4th floor. ALL white electric washer; radio SIS. Apply 231 Summit Ave. Ph. 45S1-.T. and chair; ice refrigerator, 75 Ib. size; reed baby stroller; black folnins: hujrpy: 4 burner (?as stove: leaf table: all in pood ocmrt'tion. Apply 23 Summer Ave, Ph. 1275-M. GARDEN TRACTORS—S sizes. All attachments. Immediate delivery. Phone Guy C. Kline. Myersvillc FOR SALE—Tenor trintar and ban- io.^ Also radio parts-. _Tn 11 751 -J. DKKSSES. COATS. suits. shoes, small sizes, for sprin^ and summer wear, like new. reasonably priced'. Cor. Preston <S- Park Rd.. Fountain Hea/i. on hup. or call 4137-M after in a. m. MEN . . . STEP INTO WARD'S CLOTHING DEPT. . . AND YOU WILL BE PROUD TO STEP INTO THE EASTER PARADE WE have Men's Suits in sizes 35 to 46. Longs, shorts, stouts, in single and double breasted styles. Patterns in Plaids. Checks. Chalk Stripes and Worsteds. These are, all Smart-Quality material suits Priced at $36.50 Come in early. \ve, are sure we have one you will like. MONTGOMERY WARD A R ROOM house, electric, stable chicken house, hoc; pen. well. 2 cisterns. l j /i a. ground, bus service. Immed. Poss. S3700 MARYLAND AVE. — 6 rooms, bath, new furnace, newly decorated. Immed. Poss. TAVERN Bu.iness and Equipment. Also furniture for rooming house. M. A. BOP.SEY Offic" lOfi Grirp Bldg. Ph. 2774-W CORNER BRICK property, three apartments and stor- room: good business location; exceptionally pood investment; inspection by appointment. HUTSON-HET7.ER AGENCY S. If. Staubs. Assoo. 7 Ktimmit Ave. Tel. 12!>S FOUNTAIN HEAD — Beautiful 2- story red brick colonial family '.onrfs. Ir . living rm. with fireplace, modern kitr'nen. 4 Ige. bed- rms. recreation rm. in h?mt.. and garage. Aulo.-h. w. heat. Priced to sell. BIG FOOT,— Vi acre garden land. 4 rm. fr. dwl. new roof. elec.. garage. ?3.2:>0. Heady for occupancy. SALKM AVE'NUK—Attractive, new modern Capo C"« T home with 5 rms.. henntiful lot. POSK. April 1. .'LEVEL, AND AVENUE— Delicht- fnl attractive modern 6-rooin bouse, pre-war construction, hot water heat and garage. Excellent value. E?.rly possession. GAS STATION—Cor. location, do- insr ni' - o business, S7.SOO.OO. N. B. ROWE. 26 N. Potomac St. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of HAZ"L B. SAN BOWER, Deceased. Notice is hereby piven, that the .s .Irscriber.s have obtained from the Orphan^' Court, of Washington County, letters of Administration on the estate of Hazel B. Sanbower. late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby warned TO exhibit same with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscribers on or before the llth day of October, next; they may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under our hands this llth day of March. A. D.. 1547. Helen S. Annan, Marie K. FnnkhousT. A dmi nisi rat rices. GENERAL KETS GENERAL SINKS .GENERAL ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL RADIOS GENERAL ELECTRIC GARBAGE DISPOSALS, FITS ANY SINK BENDIX TABLE MODEL RADIOS BENDIX AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRY OASIS ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS SEPCO ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS—50 Gal. SEPCO ELBCTRIC WATER HEATERS—SO Gal. GAS RANGES, Equipped for Bottle Gas, Natural Gas or Artificial Gas SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 Nottcen 4 yr?.; No. S—Daisy, 2 yrs.; No. 5— Pearl, 2 yrs. CATTLE 9 HEAD — 4 cows, 3 heifers, 2 bulls. SHEEP 19, lambs by their sides. HOGS 15 HEAD, 2 male shoats. FARM MACHINERY Deering binder S ft. cut, good; McCormlok-Deerlng: mower, good; 11 hoe John Deere drill, good; In- tprnntlon?! cnrn planter: John Deere dump rnkc; 2 Wiard barshear plows, No. IOC; 40S Oliver plow; Oliver sulkey 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 IS ft. hay carrier; corn shcller; pair platform wcales: hay fork; rope and pulleys; Harrow cultivator: lot of planks and boards; lot of forks of all kinds: digging Iron and bar.«; pick and shovel?: grain cradle; saw frame and 30 inch saw. HARNESS 2 sets breech bands; 4 sets front harness: 3 sets plow gears; 1 pair check lines: plow lines; 1 wagon saddle; 7 collars 7 bridles. HOUSEHOLD GOODS' 2 brooder houses; butchering tools of ail kinds; crates: some potatoes; 3 milk cans: strainer: separator. Hay by the ton. 1923 Ford truck. In guod condition. TERMS: Cash. HARRY M. COSGROVE Auct.: Eigenbrode. Clerks: Bowers & Long. UEFINISHED «tirt THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED PIANOS JS9.50 UD S HOC KEY'S 2S-30 Summit FURNITURE CO. Ave. Phone 1203 TRUMPET a.i d case for sale. Apply fiOO S. Potomac. Rndlo Equipment MOTOROLA AUTO RADIOS- Ward's, have just received a shipment of these popular radios. Available In Models 4^5 and 605. Can be installed in all Chrysler built cars for 1942-1946 and 1947. We can arrange installation by a competent technician. All types of auto antennas MONTGOMERY WARD _.__ A CALL to Sam's fcixcnanee will bri (you the highest cash value f- your used furniture, bric-a- brac, glassware nnd household goods. Let Sam call on vou now. Phone U1".-W. HIGHEST cash prices paid for new and used furniture Forsythe Storage. Mill St. Phon;? 849-J baied DUPLEX NORTH END MODERN CORNER property. One of the best locations in the <-itv for a Drue Store. Priced to Sell. BROADWAY DUPLEX i,ET THE r^nt you collect, pay for your modern home. Prirc. .J10.00G HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. "Realtors" 12 W. Frnnklin St. Ph^no lf?S WANTED —Pickup Small or largo amounts. Box -15. r-o Herald Mail. straw. Write ,. Rr>om« With o^n . n on rd S8 CENTRAL furnished "bed room for 2 people. Also 1 furnished bed room. kitchenette and bath for 2 adults. Phone lfiS7. LARGE FRONT room. suUablc~"foV i working couple or 2 men "" . V..: Ph. i _ __ LARGE '"FRONT bedroom. '. beds. Kitchen privilfp'" 1 -. '' • com>]c preferred. North End. ROOM for rent in a private home. Apply 22S West Side Ave. FINE HOMES --' REASONABLY PRICED FOUNTAIN HEAD—7 rms.. 2 baths, oil heal- Immediate possession. Jl5.000.fiO NORTH KND—6 rm. modern brick, beautiful lot. tile bath, oil heat, recreation room. Best value and location we have had to offer for Severn! years. FOUNTAIN HEAD—3 rm. 2 story brick, automatic h._-at. double garage. Price reduced for quick sale with immediate possession. OAK HILL AVE.—Owner leaving city, hn? reduced price on S room beautifully located brick home. HALFWAY—Modern 6 rrn. frame covered with asbestos shingles. A comfortable' home. List your property with UP. Proven " ability and sincere effort •> ill inst.ify your eou'Vlenco. Call Mr. Lindspy or Mr. Seihert KREWF.R AND T.INDSEV Second Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 2UI ORDER NISI — • KELLER L. PRYOR. et al Com- r!ain;«rits versus OOLD1E WIS- S1NGER. et a! Respondents. N«\ 17.2f)2 Equity In the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. Ordered. By the Clerk of the Circuit Court, this iRth day of March. li>47. that the sales made, and reported by Charles F. Wagraman. heretofore appointed Trustee for the sale, of the real estate in the proceedings of this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless caupe to the contrary be shown to the Court on or before the 10th day of April next. Provided, a copy of this order he inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least onre a week for throe successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sal«s f> be S1.57S.OO. Tree Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk. ORDER NIST— WASHINGTON COUNTY WEL- FAliE F.OAUP versus WALTER r. YOUNG. M or milter. CARRIE MAKTX,. .1OHN MAUT/., h.>r husband. I'LAKENCE KOWEi;s. ELIZABETH Rf»WEJ:S. hi * ^'Iff. N<». 17.-:r.7 Kqi;i;y Tn the Circuit. Court, for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. Ord-M-ef]. Ry the nerk of the Circuit Court, this ISth day of March. 1947. that the sales made and reported s by C. Welles Little, heretofore appointed Trustee for the sale of the real estat. in the proceedings of this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary bo shown to the Court on or before the llth day of April next. Provided, a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at lea^t once a week for three successive, weeks before the sai'l last mentioned day. The report stat<\s the amount of sales to be J70n.(M). True Copv—Test: EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk. MAJESTIC Coal Ranges FLORENCE Oil Ranges FLORENCE Gas Ranges EAGLE Bottle Gas Ranges CHROME Breakfast Sets KITCHEN CABINETS WOOD DINETTE SETS CHINA CLOSETS WARDROBES . All Reasonable Priced Terms if Desired MEYERS & BERKSON 41-43 W. Franklin St. Opposite the Post Office Intending to leave, the state I will sell at Public Sale on the Leo Miller Farm, *> miles South of Hagerstown, Md., and 4 miles North of Sharpsburg, Md.. better known as the Chas. Coffman Farm, on THURSDAY. MARCH 20,-1947 beginning at 10:30 o'clock a. in., the following: S HEAD OF HORSES AND COLTS Ranging from a to 10 years of- age, of which 3 are single line leaders. 34 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN AND GUERNSEY CATTLE Five Fresh Cows. Six Springer Cow.s, balance, are in full flow of milk. Four Heifers. 5 Bulls, large enough for service. This is an extra good lot of cows, T. B. accredited with a 4.5 percent test. One Nan,ny Goat. 10 HEAD OF HOGS Four Registered O.T.C. Gilts bred: 1 'Registered O.l.C. Male Hog; 3 Che.ster Gilts, 1 bred: 2 Black Polands, 1 sow bred, one Gilt. MACHINERY'-" - : One new Ford Tractor with-.lights, power take ofr pulley and starter. Cultivators and B. Plows for above Tractor. Thia Tractor and Eciuip- ment have never been used. - One S- ft. McCornil-k-Deering Binder, good: I McCormick-Deering corn planter, practically new; 1 Deering mower: 1 horse rake; 2 grain drills, both Su,- periors, 10-hoe and 10-disc: 1 Mc- Corrnick-Deering riding cultivator; 1 New Idea manure spreader, good; 2 wagons, 1 low down with Hat bottom; 1 <U.sc harroxv; one 20-tooth har^e"'" 2 sets cf IF,-ft. ha,v ladders: 2 -single shovel plows; 3 double shovel plows; 1 International Feed Grinder, good; 1 Overhead Seed Sower; 1 corn .shelter: one 1926 Chevrolet Motor; 1 saw mandrel; 2 Hay Forks, ropes and'pulleys; 1.Battery fencer, used one month; 1 Electric Clippers, new: 1 sheep clippers, forks, shox'els, pick axes, saws, also all hitch ings and many other articles too numerous to mention, HARNESS Complete harness for 9 horses. DAIRY EQUIPMENT One General Electric 6-can Cooler, used six months: 14 ten-gallon milk cans- 1 McCormick-Deering Separator No. 2: buckets, strainers, etc. , One 1D37 Chevrolet Stake Body Truck, good; 1 set of chains" to fit truck. I will have sale of household goods, butchering equipment, etc., March 28th. 1947. Terms: Cash. Nothing- to be removed until settled for. C. MILTON SHAULL-. Eigenhrode & Cavalier. Auct. Bowers & Long, Clerks. Lunch will be served by the Ladles of St. James Brethren Church. • A GOOD PLACE TO BUY AT EYi tXTTTT^V^r ^Tf 3 S^ilEXT A GOOD PLACE TO SELL FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1347 AT I2:f!0 SHARP Our Sales have been active, on all classes of live *tock. so if you have any live stock to sell, this is the place to get them sold. If you don't have time to bring your stock in. call me. I buy Horses and Cows at aTl times. For this Friday's Sale we will have 10—HEAD OF STOCK HEIFERS AND BL LLS—10 30—HEAD OF FRESH SOWS AND CLOSE SPRINGERb—30 SO—HEAD OF WORK HORSES. COLTS AND MULES—SO ALSO HARNESS, CALVES AND HOGS Each Friday at 12:30 Sharp we sell 5,000 baby chickens, all breeds. The chicken man is'here every Friday. You can buy them cheaper here, than any place in the world. SPECIAL NOTICE We will have, our Big Hiiddle Horse Sale, Wednesday Night. April 3, 1347. Jf you have anything to sell, please get it ready for this sftle: THE EYLER LIVE STOCK MARKET Thtirmont, Md. Phone 2!>-.f •'• H. Eyier. Aeent MAR, 2 LI 8)47 "FISCHER" Xewmatio Hair Dryer This dry^r operates on 110 volts A C. AH metal construction, chromium trimmed. Complete, ready to operate, $65 Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. Livestock ROTZ BAB? CHICKS Live, Lay and Pay Nino standard breeds. Sexed pul- leta and cockerels. Special price on Leghorns and heavy cockerels. . A U breeders culled and Free Catalogue an* Pr!c«s L!st RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poultry Farm and Ha.tch.er7 Box JF. Fort London. P«_ Phone St. Thomaa 157R2J Intending to discontinue farming:. I will sell on the Wni. E. Btttle, farm. located 5 miles north of Muldletown, 1 mile north of Harmony. 3 miles east of Myersville on Harmony Ellerton Koad, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., To-wit: 5 HEAD OF WORK HORSES—Jack, black horse. 6 yr.s. old. leader: Jin. black mare, 7 yr.«. old, has been worked in lead; Joe, 3 yrs. old. good leader; May. black "mare, 3 yrs. old, has been hitched: Pet, black mare, U yrs. oldf strap mare. , ,. . , 37 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE—Accredited herd, most all vaccinated against Bangs, of which 25 are milk cows of superior quality, most all young: Guernsey, Jersey and Holstein—3 heifers, 1 yr. to 14 mo.: 2 bulls. I pure bred, 5 mo old: 1 grade Holstein. 10 mo. old; some of these rows are fall cows and some close springers. Some have calves by their side. 1." HEAD OF HOGS—Four Duroc sows, will have, pigs by thetr.sioe, 2 grade, 2 pure bred; 1 Duroc boar, registered: S Duroc shoats. can be registered, weighing about 100 lbs=. FARM MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT—Or.e <-horse wagon and ladders, one 2-horxe wagon and \Z ft. hay carriage nnd bed: 1 TI*JW 7 ft. McCormicK- Deering binder; 2 grain drills. "l(> hoe. ; McCormiok-Deei-ing nearly r.ew. I Ontario: 1 Deering mower; 2 cum planters. 1 MuCormick-lK-oring. new: twn :?-horse baryhc'ar plows, one 361-1361. one 30-7S .Syracu>^: 3 Saxton harrows 2 old and 1 new. 22 tooth: 1 single shovel pl<-w; 2 wnlkmg corn DWS-. now cultivator for HN Farmail tractor: 1 new disc hnrrow 21-,: 1 car MvCorini'-k-Oeering cycle grinder: shovels: meat hctich; forks; yco •-.•!» for wooden track: hav fork: n.pe ami pulleys tools; bushel baskets: mH 0 double, and single trees; 4-horso hitch: stretrbT: jockey sticks: 2-liors*3 hitches; 3-horse hitches: hog tripods: electric fencer: coil points antl timer for Fordson tractor: 1 Maytag gasoline motor; seed sowers; straw knitc; hammers: barrels; sacks: ^riml stone. HARNESS — 2 sets pood front gears; fi sets Crupper plow gears: 5 bridles; halters; 4-horsc line; single lines; xvagon .saddle; collars; earring straps. DAIRY FIXTURES— Ten 10 -gal. milk cans, milk pails, strainer. Farm Master milkers, 2 unit and extra pail, stainless steel; motor, compressor, pipe enough for 21 head cattle, used only short time. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE— 1 Home Comfort ranjre; 1. reed livim? room suite: 3 beds and springs; 1 buffet; 1 kitchen sink, lined with zinc; flat irons: 2 bureaus: 1 dresser: some old-time kitchen chairs?; 1 round extension table: 1 5-burner oil stove with built-in oven, good; 1 walnut drop- leaf table: 1 small table; I cedar table lamp, and many articles too numerous to mention. TERMS — Cash on day of sale before removal. LLOYD L. STINE. Ol<"tin Trout and Emmert R. Bowlus — Auctioneer.". R. L. Kelly— Clerk. . . . Lunch will be served by Friendly Cirri* Class of Zu>t\ Lutheran Church, Middletown.

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