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Good* 89 _ * _ KN1TH floor model radio! Roll- iway bed ; and mattress. Like new 44S burnnut Ave. "diamond ring, 10 C «;old mounting . .Reasonably priced Write Sox 60 c/o Herald-Mail. Hou«f« fur • N h!^ ^W 1 ?* i^nie. BeautiTui for a«J Tool» 61 CONCRETE BLOCK"" MACHINERY 'HE AC1TAMPEH. high production iiydrauiically operated. S525.00 All standard blocks. Will pass state code requirements. Proof of the £^&VUV"- the e 7"- in *- See AGI- rAMPLR in operation .here. April st delivery. Leslie Miller Supply inc. U. S. headduarters concrete nl«v:k equipment. 6S7 Broadway, Bedford. Ohio. Phone 5S3 or 505 'OKO FRONT-mount cultivators in solid or spring sh->.nks. 16" and IS" discs, boxes, spools, tor most any make disc harrow. Post and armor point plow shares, including Fords •Revises, chains, hitches, etc. now in stock. SEARS-ROEBUCK A.\D CO. ARDBN TRACTORS—^ sizes. All a-tta'.-r.ments. Immediate delivery Phone Gu.v C. Kline. Myersville" EW LEADER tractoi- with cultivators. John Deere tractor. Case Lractor—Farmall tfpe. 7 ft. heavy 1isc harrows, corn pickers, garden tractors, concrete mixers. Xew Idea spreader—floored sides, binders, iisc drills, bottom plows. McCor- mlck-Deering disc, plow-overhead seam, mowers, rubber tired wagons, soil mulchers. Rotary hose, lot DC other used machinery. General :epair on farm machinery and lutornobile repair. Acetylene and Jlectric welding. Phone. 4161. B &. ^ Implement Co., 400. MoDoAv Ave. Tucker Busj-ard_,__M gr. M:-TON chain hoist; new 700x20 truck chains, truck flares and nags: I doable several single auto horns; radiator hose; gasket material: \uto seats and tools: large carpenters chest and lot of tools. Any day if ter 5 or on" Saturdays P. I No~land. 1110 Virginia Ave. . NEW garden tractors—one 2 H P.. one 3 H. P. Apply Lloyd R Mine. Cavetown. Md. . H. P. ELECTRIC motor. Automatic cutoff. Apply 13-16 E. Wash- ngton St. Seed». Plant*. Flovrti-ji M STRAWBERRY PLANTS icLory everbearing. Now ready. Big sweet berries this year. Also red raspb'e.-ry plants ty catalogue srice. See R. J. Lechner. Main St (opposite Luth. Church) Smlths- surg. _JByegI»li- In the Store* RCT1C Ice Refrigerators $39.50 up FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO 13 W. Antietam St. BEE SUPPLIES MOKERS — Veils,— Sections — Escapes — Excluders — Brushes— Wrappers, etc. Sorry no hives or .rames. Get ready for the honey low now. SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. AGRTCO LAWN FERTILIZER 1°G lb. bag J4.0Q aO Ib. bag $2.50 ;5 Ib. bag $1 .50 TO Ib. bag $ go COW MANURE 50 Ib. bag 3 9 00 ERTILIZER .SPREADER—16-inch sirs J 5 95 ERTILIZER SPREADER—2Q-ln'ch *iz« .... Jio 20 'ULL LINE OF GRASS SEED FULL L1NF OF POULTRY SUPPLIES 3CHINDKL-ROHRER & CO.. INC. _ -S S. Potomac St. ULi y.INE OF FISHING TACKLES FOR TROUT FISHING See us first for the best in FISHING TACKLES Rods — Reels — Flies — Lines Canvas Creels — Hooks SCHINDEL-ROHRER & CO. 2S S. Potomac St. NURSERY FURNITURE iby Cribs, new style mad« in Call- orma. ant Wet Crib Mattress., lylor Tot Baby Stroller and Valker. .ay P ;n Pads, •ib Uumpers. imfy Auto Seats, lirsery Training- Seat. LE1TER BROTHERS . NURSERY.FURNITURE 4th Floor. EASTER TOYS" Magic Skin Dolls. Lincoln Logs. Roller Skates. St :rdy All Metal Scooters. Extra large tires. Tricycles. LEITER BROTHERS TOY DEPARTMENT •4th Floor. JUST RECEIVED A Shipment of Ward's Supreme Fibre Seat Covers Sturdy — Quality Construction izes for all popular model autos 2 and 4 door sedans SH.75 (Auto AcressorJ-ej -Dept ) MONTGOMERY WARD ;OTT MODEL A-23 Radio '"% "bes 'ngo A .MERLUND Super-Pro. rack nounted radio, -with power supply. bands for 1.5 to 20 me S175 E. SUNLAMPS $995 _SOUND LABORATORIES S £. Wash. St. " \NITY FAIR ENRICHED FLOUR; Ve now have in stock, with the ame good quality and richness ou have enjoyed in the past. That •cod V .nity Fair Enriched Flour MARTIN FEED & IMPLEMENT 60 Penna. Ave.. Kagerstown. Md A»imre> e* JITS—3 pc. black and white check •rey. brown, black. J6 and $S: 10 ATS: Black. grey, lavender eige. $r>. JS and '510. DRESSES' ilk. wool. cotton. J3 to $6 [LOUSES: 51.50. Expensive clothes .iKe new. Sizes 9 to 12. 105 Broadway. First floor. Apply between 2 noon and S p. m. Wanted—To Buy M CALI to Sim's Excnang* will ri x-ou the highest cash valur your used furniture bric-a- rac, class ware and household oods Let Sam call on vor now 'hong 131-j-W. IGHE^T cash prices paid for new nd used furniture Forsytha Stor- EC, Mill St. Phonj 819-J ANTED—Living room suite and vinthrop writing desk. Must be in "on condition. Phon? 403S-F-2 Room* _ JNTRAL furnished bed room for 2 eople. Also 1 furnished bed room. itchenette Hn<* bath for 2 adults hone IGS7 FRONT ROOM - modern urmshings. stoker heat near on Are ^ I' ? r ' C - A - Gentlemen. onv. 4fi East Ave. )OM FOR RENT— Gentleman pre- ?rr^rl. .'20 Rrown Ave. __ )OM for rent in a private home .___._ ,E EP I NG ROOM: for t w^ A?^l ' ^O FURNISHED bedrooms for ic», 1 or 2 in room on bus line ;tr«tre available. Write Box So' /o ' F«mI>he<_A pa r^rn en t » _ 74 A IREE ROOM apartmerft "avalTable > purchaser of furniture. Phone »0!> between 4:30 and 6 p. m. 7 > S a. m., Saturday. __ _ _____ ' IREE ROOMS am: bath, prefer- bly business couple who appre- late fine surroundings.' References ^changed. Write Box SO c/o Her__ {REE ROOM furnished apt. Man nd wife. No children. Reference 24 W. Washington St. ri*cc* for ' 7B ___ 'ORE ROOM'S, offices, storage innufacturinp spac* for rent ROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. adjuster for Hartford Accf- -— " n " Indemnity Co. wants unfurnished two or three bedroom apartment or house for wlfT !" a A e .,.?°r_ a " d , se . lf - Veteran! as a permanent resl- »»2 i'i I<amily i cona 'st« of wife and Jne 14 yr, old child. Would like e Po^esslon about June 1st accept conditions of lease and CONTRARY'TO RECENT RUMORS 1321 HAMILTON BLVD 1KTpr , is STILL FOR SALE' INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT PHONE 2164-W W. HA-ROLD V/YAND fOwn^r) 4 COUNTIiy HOME near Boonsboro~7 room house. electric. Stables. chicken house, hogr pen, 3 car garage, wash house, etc. 4# acres fruit, etc. Spring possession _GHOH REALTY &)„ <fli Summit Av. DUPLEX. Brick 55500 6 ROOM; Brick IS DOUBLE Brick .$3100 3 SIX UNIT Brick Apt*. JOHN E. TAYLOR. Ph. S3S WANTED BY family of 5—5 room house Avith electric on a farm. Will neli- to do work morning and evening. Write Box 90 r/o Herald-*J H1 i. \VANTED~Build'-ng with approxf- inately 2500 square feet for storage. Railroad siding preferred Hagerstown Rubber Co \VANTLD — 2 bedroom apt. by family of 2 adults, both employed. Permanent residents. excellent refe.-ence.s. Phone 66S. 8:30 a. m Jo -T P. m. . . "OR SALE—Preferably to veteran. Beautiful home Fairgreen Acres 6 rooms, attached garage. Phone 942 HAMILTON BLVD.—White brick."6 largf rooms, vapor stokw heat built-in garage. LotSO'xlSO' beauti- _ful view. Phone 4346. WANTED—2 or 3 garage." for ICeedysville 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment before April 1st. No children or pets, Phone 2945-W. CONSULT THE KEAL ESTATE .MART for up-to-the-minute listings Appears on this page every Tu sdav—Thursday—Friday L. S. SPANGLER AGENCY ?nrt Nar'l Rank Ride Phong 33* FOR BEST RESULTS — List your property for sale with R. A. McCUNE 412-2nd Nat'l Bank Bid*. Phone 4. O*> — • - - -—.- _ _^_"»* "»* • * » T * V» *. JM »C O^ A VERY attractive business cen- u r , ly , l°ca-ted. Offered due to health. Capital required JS50Q. Pos- se.v.s-jon to suit. STROLE REALTY CO. |7 Summit Ave Fmrnit and L»n<U for Sale FARMS PLEASANT WALK RD.—3 miles rom Myersville. 36 'acres. 30 tillable. Small house, new barn. Reasonable. IYERSVILLL-BOONSBORO UD — 12 miles from Hagerstown 42 acres. Part stone. 6 room house. All necessary outbuildings. All stock and equipment included if sold by April 1st. CHKWSVJLLE-LEITERSBCRO KD —»l' acres. All tillable. 7 room shi..gle house. Bank barn. 3 chicken houses. Stock and equip, car be purchased. GAYLORD-BROOXS <fc CO. "Realtors" <4 W. Washington St. Phone 4423 ACRES, 12 room house running water, 1M: baths, finished attic, located in beautiful valley by Evitts Creek, hard surface road •r -miles northeast of Cumberland! Md., l mile off Route 40 Excellent possibility for a 2 family house or country club. Concrete porch on 3% sides first floor also -Ind floor porch. Artesian well. sy. acres woodland and bordering creek with possibilities of summer cottages: price ? 15. 000. For further information write J. J. Dugan 1304 jalc Drive. . _.__ H A. P rooms. A real location?^ b i-, • ; r °0'»s. Barn fixed for milk Silo. Possession this spring. .'•S A. 9 rooms. Priced to sell 1 60 A. 2 houses. Running water blue grass pasture dairy farm '• C. E. WINGER 236 Hager St. ___ Phone 2SS.1 ACRE FARM in Welsh Ru"n Section; good state of cultivation- cattle barn and other outbuildings- i room brick dwelling; all buildings wired for electricity which win be installed by April isL Cow barn with stanchions for 36 cows Uell and running stream. Immediate Possession. Owner will leave half purchase price in property HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY S. H. Staubs. Assoc. 7 Summit Ave. Phone 12f)S 6 ROOMS—All conveniences. Hard" •%vood floors. Garage J5 9 00 5 ROOM Semi-bungalow. All conveniences. Garage. \^ A. land FARMS—Possession this spring . C. E. WINGER 23" Haor Sf Phone 2SS.T for ---,- __ A BEAUTIFUL 7 room frame and brick. Pre-War built. 100 ft. frontage or: desirable corner in Fountain Head. Very Modern. Lavatory 1st floor, hot water circulating heat, stoker, laundry, playroom garage attached. Immed. Poss' Priced to sell. AN S ROOM frame in good condition, hardwood floors, air cond. heat, stoker fired, suitable for duplex. Reynolds Ave Jll.OOO A 3 STORY brick apartment house centrally located in excellent condition. Poss. 1st floor April 1st Priced to sell. 12iA A., S room brick, electric, -water sn kitchen, furnace, all in excellent condition. Large stable, chicken house, other bldgs. Poss May Ist SS750 4 A.. ? room brick, furnace, electric. fMstern and ."pring. garage. Immed. Poss $6900 CARROLL „. BAECHTEL 2nd Nat'l Bank_BIdg. Phone 1201 A BEAUTIFUL HOMK Modern kitchen. large living room with fireplace, hardwood floors, hot air heat, l^ acre of ground. E. Earl Whilrnore ' _A. L. ZAUN* PHONE 3347 A DESIRABLE W. Washington St. 13 room brick. Tcteal rooming house can be easily converted to 3 apts.' Early possession. , MARYLAND AV?;.—S rooms, new hath, furnace. Tmmed. poss. 1'4 -'... ,6 ROOM frame, electric well cistern, outbldgs.. berries, fruit bus -service. Immed. poss. M. ... DORSEY Omc« lOfi Grlce Bldg. Ph. 2774-W •V FIFTH down gets immediate possession of 2 brick houses on Elizabeth and George Streets. Apply 119 N. Potomac St. or phone 612. A 10 room brick house, modern Summit Ave. R. L. Cook. Hag'st Trust Co. Bide. Ph. 1970-W, BEAUTIFUL Duplex. Virginia Ave. • "Ji S.000 BUNGALOWS—S»250 and 57250 DOT'BLES—?6000 anrt $7000, . R. Snnnftr Phon DUPLEX \ORTH END MODERN CORNER property. One of the best locations in tb<; city for a Drug Store. Priced to Sell. BROADWAY DUPLEX L,ET Till': rent you collect pay for your modern home. Price. .JIO.000 HAGERSTOWN REALT\ CO. "Realtors" 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 166 FINE HOMES -- REASONABLY PRICED FOUNTAIN' HEAD—7 rms. 2 baths, oil heat. Immediate possession. FOUNTAIN HEAD—5 rm. 2°'story brick. Automatic h^at, double garage. Price reduced for quick sale with immediate possession OAK HJLL AVE.—Owner leaving city, has reduced price on S room hcautifulh- located brirk home HAM'WAY—Modern B rm frame covered with asbestos shingles. A comfortable home. List your 'property with us. Proven ability and sincere effort will justify your confidence. Call Mr. Lindsey or Mr. Seibert BREWER AND LINDSEY Second Nafl Bank Bldg Ph. 2<SI FOUNTAIN HEAD — Beautiful 2- story red brick colonial family jim 3 . l- living rm. with fire"Place. modern kitchen. 4 ige. bed-ms. recreation rm. fn bsmt., and garage. Auto.-h. w. heat. Priced to sell. BIG roOL-u acre garden land. 4 rm. tr. owl. new roof dec s-ararp ",250 Ready for occupancj? * SALEM AVENUE—Attractive, new modern Cape Coc* home with 5 .•I""-- ^« au tfful lot. Poss. April 1. ;LE-ELAND AVENUE- Delightful attractive modern 6-room house, pre-war construction, hot water heat and garage. Excellent value. Karly possession GAS STATION"—Cor. location, do- Ing. nice husl^iess, $7,50000 .N. B. ROWE, 26 N. Potomac St.. HOMES FOR SALE HAMILTON PAHK 5GSOO to J6550 GI and FHA Financing Applv HAMILTON HOMEa OFFICE nest Side Pennsylvania Ave., Route 11 C 1 ' 162S for information NICE modern nom« near center of city. Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Earlv poss. Apply 29 N. Mulberry after 5pm OLD ESTABLISHED service station good location. Apply Room 30? ""'I Nafl Bank Bldg. John E. Taylor. h" t-? ST — 7 rooms a "d bath. 40>-250 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" H W. Washington St. Ph. 4423 ESTATE, insurance, mort- ,v, l S. ai i? and auto financing. .JOHN F. BEARD. Phone 19S5-W TO BUY. remodel, refinance or build •. home, call First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 33 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 100! 6 ROOM HOUSE 17 acres, ifclTared, balance timber. S miles from town along Dual Highway, next to Stot- tlemyers Garage. Double garage 2 chicken houses, corn crib, hog yard. Well and cistern. Electric ana variety of fruit and berries. Some frontage on Dual Highway. Api>ly : same. H. C. Edwards 3 ROOM frame house. Must bft moved. Walter M. Stuller opposite (.*reensburg Lutheran Church ROOM Brick House. Electric and water. Large lot. Outbuildings. Fair Condition. Smithsburg. Apply Wade R. Wolfe. Cavetown, 7 to 12 noon Lot» for BUILDING LOT —60x218; „-„„.„ east of town on Mt. Etna Rd., 20x30 excavation on lot. Ready for foundation. Apply Anna Lynch, Rt. ,3 after 5 p. m. BUILDING Lots—Any desired frontage In South End. Apply Baker. E. Howard St DESIRABLE Lots in good locations. CARROLL L. BAECHTEL 2nd ^at 1 Bank RIdg. Ph. 1201 FOR SALE ~~ 1 Corner Building Lot S0'x200* Foundation dug. Level and well located. S/10 mi. from City Limits along U. S. Route 40 West, near Cedar Lawn. This vicinity is building up fast Apply H34 Summit Ave. or call 953-J affr 5 p ni HALFWAY Section—10 acres. Ga? electric, water available. J'OOO.' Apply 441 Summit Av AiN'D KAKM WIRING Hadio & Appliances Sales & Service R C. V & Fada Radios So Gallon Hot Water Heater Ka..»o Sales & Service NO WELL ELECTRICAL CO.. Inc. State Line. Pa., or 30 Wayside Ave Haget'Etown, Md. Phone 4568 Phon« Greencastle 902-IJ-21 for Sal* Real * Estate "Designed for Service" SMALL CLUBHOUSE with I acre land, kc&ted at Mt. Loci:.. Jl.250 * • • GEORGIA AVE. — 6 room Frame, furnace, all conveniences ....$5.000 EAST END, two family stone house two baths, splendif heating plant. About *i if an acre pri ' • '.. JS.500 160 ACHES in Creafoss section bigh;. room home with modern conveniences, running water. This farm is ideally located. Possession can be arranged to suit purchaser. NICE 6 room residence at Man- gansyllle. Md. Possession can be nad inmmediatcly. SO ACRES—with ? room old stone house, Bath, furnace fired by bin- fed stoker. Lovely shade and stream. This is a real country home. .,r R esidence on Highland v^ay. Can easily bs converted into a Duplex. • • • SEVERAL CHOICE lots on Cavetown Pike. All inquiries given courteous and prompt a-uai.tion. The L. S. Spangler Agency . L. S. Spangler _ Glenn V Hall 2nd Floor 2nd N'at'l Rank Immediate Delivery GENERAL ELECTRIC BLANKETS GENERAL ELECTRIC 60 INCH 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 SEP CO ELECTRIC WATER •HEATERS—50 Gal. SEPCO ELECTRIC W A T E R HEATERS—SO Gal. GAS RANGES, Equipped for Bottle Gas, Natural Gas or Artificial Gas LOT 50x200 on Salem Ave. Reduced for quick sale. Phone 1351-R after m. SHOCKEY. FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 LOTS WEST END —Summer St. Appro*. •\24 xlOfT. Ideal for commercial, verj- cheap. POINT SALEM DRIVE—On hard rd Appro*. 1 acre lots 3500.00 each. HALFWAY—50x450. Priced reason- Able. WEST END—Oxford Circle. 50x150 Only 5700.00. GAYLORD-BPvOOKS & CO. "Realtors" _j..4 W. Washington St. Ph. 4423. TWO tracts of land, edge of Smithsburg. One fronting on W. Water St. Extd. Approximately SO acres Benjamin F. Snyrier. P. O. Box 63 Smithsburg. Md. Notice* NOTICE TO CREDITOR- Estate of Clarence V. Snyder deceased. Notice is hereby given. That the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington County. Letters Testamentary on the estate of Clarence V. Snyder. 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 21st day of October next; they may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. .Given under our hands" this 21st day of March A D 1<M7 WALTER H. SNYDER, MARY A. SNYDER. Executors. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of Emma F. Hurd. Deceased. Notice is hereby given. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington County. Letters of Administration on thft estate of Emma F. Kurd late of -said County, deceased. All persons having claims against said •cease are hereby warned to file the same in said Court, with the vouchers thereof. legally authenticated, on or before the 14th day of October next: and no claim not filed \ Ithin the period specified shall thereafter be asserted against the real ertate of said deceased in the hands of a purchajpr .for value. Given under my hand this 14th day of March. A F> 1P47 CLARENCE G. 'HURD. Administrator. Classified Display JEmploytne'nt A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A SELECT GROUP OF YOUNG MEN When the Japanese were on our very doorstep in the Aleutians you and how these gallant fighters w'ere the Famed 7th Infantry Division rea of th* bitter fight put up by the first to drive the enemy from our soil. Then on to Kwajalein. Leyte a»id Okinawa, (he Seventh blazed tlv trail of heroism that will long be remembered. Today this same U. S. Army unit is stationed in Korea. It is performing the very vif.ai job of occupation But the men of the 7th are having a far different time of it now than they did on Attii. They have adequate reer-a tional facilities and many other opportunitipf; for sports. They are living more Comfortable thar ever before and are having a " igh adventure in a strange land. A -select group of picket, men are noxv offered the opportunity of ioin- Ing the "I-.'ourglaji.s Divisfon." Yon may be on', of the cli.rible ones. If so after i titial training in the Hnitcri State?, you may join up with the Seventh if you enlist for a three year period in the regular Army. Remember, oversea* pay i<? 20% higher, so a private starts at DO a month in Korea, in addition to food clothing, quarters, medical and dental care. Get full details at tht U. S. Army Recruiting Station. 1st Floor. City Hall. Hagerstown. Maryland. BIG demand for used farm machinery. Cash buyers watching the Want Ads DAILY. NEW AND USFD HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Oil parts and accessories Whizzer Bike Motors MAC'S CYCLE SHOP ' 4 S. Mulberry St. Sale OF LIVESTOCK. FARM EQUIPMENT & HOUSEHOLD GOODS AT BY-THE. WAY GARAGE. SMITHSBURG SATURDAY. APRIL 12 If you have anything to sell, see any member of the .Men's Bible Class of Reformed Church of Cave- tow.fi, or call Smlthsburg 54F3. PnMJc Salt Datet of coming tales ar« Ilitvd here. Refer to date and paper lined below for advertliement of property to be offered. Uy virtue of Article 22, Sections S05B and 805H. inclusive, of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, as duly enacted by Chapter 3GS of the Laws of Maryland of 11M5. notice having been duly given in accordance therewith, the undersigned will sell at Public Sale in front of the Court Hou.se in Hagerstown, Maryland, on TUESDAY. APRIL liith. 1947 bet'.veen the hours of Two and Three O'clock, P. M., all those two parcels of ground situate about one mile West of Hancock In Washington County, Maryland. Parcel No. I. having a frontage of 50 feet and extending back therefrom with uniform width 150 feet and Is the same conveyed to John T. Younker by R. Hurst Smith and wife by deed dated Marcii 7, 1040, and recorded in Liber 213. folio 693, of the Washington County Land Records, and Parcel No. 2 being situate West of Hancock as aforesaid and adjoining the C. & O. Canal on the South the Western Maryland Railroad on the North, the lands now or formerly owned by C. H. Locher on the Last and the lands now or formerly owned by John Wlilmyer on the West. Said parcels of land are charged on the Assessment Books of Washington County. Maryland, in the name of John T. Younkers and are to be sold to .satisfy State and County Taxes for the State of Maryland and Washington County, interest and costs due and ^unpaid which may be thereon and therewith connected. Said parcels of land are to be sold for cash at the time and place aforesaid. Parcel No. 1 & 2 Amt. of Taxes due: 1944—$.•){»." 194-i— :ur, 1946— :;.3o , . ,. , with interest. Assessed \alue: Parcel No. l {ISO Parcel No. 2 100 HUGH K. TROXELL. p -ur •-.-• , Cou nty Treasurer, tv. \v. aigeiibrndp. Auct. Having quit fanning. 1 will sell erv C m» Ir M ""? °1 *^ k aml ""ichlii- ei> on ihe Ludy Farm. 2^ miles from Hagerstown on the Downsvllfe ^ Notlc*» SEE OUR LINE OF .MAJESTIC Coal Ranges FLORENCE Oil Ranges FLORENCE Gas Ranges EAGLE Bottle Gas Ranges CHROME Breakfast Sets KITCHEN 7 CABINETS WOOD DINETTE SETS CHINA CLOSETS WARDROBES U Reasonable Priced Terms if Desired MEYERS & BERKSON 4143 W. Franklin St. Opposite the Post Office MONDAY. MARCH 24 1947 At 12 Noon .HORSES 9 HEAD s' ^?' l ~Z Los .; O' rs - : *°- 2— Mike. t -7 s " J^°- 3 — Charljp. 0 yrs . : x 0 1— I'erch, i yrs. : No. 5— Star. 4 yrs : No. 6— Maude, 10 yrs.: No 7— Jo e ' i yr t : n N '°- S ~ Da!s y. 2 yrs.;" No. 3— Pearl. 2 yrs. " CATTLE bull- ~ * COWSl 3 hewers. 2 , ' SHEEP 19. lambs by their sides HOGS lo HEAD. 2 male shoals FARM MACHINERY * Deering binder S ft. <;ut. good: Mceormick-Deering mower, good; u hoe John Deere drlil goo'd- international corn planter; John Deere dump rake; 2 Wiard barshear Plows. No 106: 40S Oliver plow: | Oliver sulkey barshear plow; International riding corn plow: Buckeye walking corn plow; John Deere walking corn plow; Brown Manlev walking corn plow; International disc: two 20 tooth harrows: single Plow; double plow; New Idea manure spreader: Weber two-horse S£h° K : * W0ebe r two-horsi wagon with bed; 2 sets IS ft. hay carrier- corn sheller; pair platform scales; nay fork; rope and pulleys; Harrow cultivator; lot of planks and boards- lot of forks or all kinds; digging iron and bars: pick und shovels- grain cradle; saw frame and 30 inch saw. HARNESS 2 sets breech brands; 4 sets front harness: 3 sets plow gears: 1 pair check lines: plow tines; 1 wagon saddle: 7 collars 7 bridles HOUSEHOLD GOODS 2 brooder houses; butchering tools of all. kinds; crates: some potatoes; S milk cans; ."trainer- separator. Hay by the ton. 1923 Ford truck, in good condition TERMS: Cash. HARRY M. COSGROVE Auct.: Eigenbrode. Clerks: Bowers & Long Pnbllr ITT T/7*3 (C^ 1\ TT TT** )LilC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS At my residence on Fenton Avenue. Williamsport, Md., at Byron's Tannery. SATURDAY. MARCH 29, 1947 At 1 O'clock Oil stove, cook stove. ITeatrola. ihree piece living room suite, three floor lamps, three stand lights, three tables, studio couch, black and white breakfast set with four chairs, kitchen cabinet, round table and small kitchen tabie, single bed, wash stand, dishes, pans, milk separator, knives and forks, axes, three saws, hammer, tools of aM kinds, and other articles too numerous to mention. EMMERT GUESS FORD. Auct.: Hoffman. Clrrk: Shank. Tax Cdfestoir's By virtue of, Article 22, Sections JB and SOr>R inclusive, of the Code of Public Local l^vws of Maryland. as duly enacted by Chapter fiS of the Laws of Ma'ryjand of 04:.. notice having been duly given in accordance therewith, the" undersigned will sell at Public Sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on TUESDAY. APRIL i:>lh. 1947 between tlu> hours of Two and Three O'clock. P. M.. all that par- c of land situate on the East side of the Public Kosul leading from Harpers Ferry to Uohrersville. in Washington County. Maryland, con-> taining 2 acrrs and 10 porches of land, being the same that was conveyed to Mary K. Holme.s bv James T. Moore and wife, by dee'd riatrd December l. l?2R. and recorded in Liber 17R. folio in:> of th^ Wa.-=h- ingt<M\ County Land Records. Said parcel of land j s charge'! "n the ssessment Books of Wpshing- t'->n Bounty. Maryland, in Ihe name o'f Mar-- E. Holmes Estate and is to be sold to satisfy State and County Taxo:: for the Stale of Maryland and Washington County, interest and costs due and unpaid which may be thereon and (herewith con- necte'". Said parcel of land is lo be sold for cash at the lime and place afprei-aid. „ Amt. of Taxes ftuc: 104:5 1310— .< 2. 5 2 OF VALUABLE DOUBLE FRAME HOUSE Known as Nos. 127 and 129 East Lee Street Hagerstown. Washington Countv, Maryland. By virtue of an authorization and power contained in the Last Will and Testament of Clinton L. Martz deceased, of Record at Wills Liber 13. Folio 1.91. in the Office of the Register of Wills for Washington County, the undersigned Executors will offer at public sale on TUESDAY. APRIL St)-. 3947 in front of the Court House. Hagerstown. Maryland, between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock P. M.. the following described tract or parcel of land, of which the Saic! Clinton L. Martz died seized and possessed: All that lot or parcel of ground situated on the-South side of East Lee Street in Hagerstown. Maryland and fronting Forty (40) feet oh sairt East Lee Street and running back- therefrom in a Southerly direction with an equal width. One Hundred and Fifteen {115) feet, more or less to an alley, and being also the lot or parcel of ground known nnd described as Lot No. .36 on the Pint of the Real estate of Henry Winter deceased, and recorded in "Liber No. 91. Folio 700. one of the Land Records of Washington County. Mnrv- laml. together with the improvements thereon, and being the same tract of land which was conveyed unto Clinton L. Martz. by deed from Mollie Schindler Weis.« and Samuel Weiss, her husband, «H a I. by deed dated the 10th day of .Tune. !9<o and said deed is recorded in Liber 212. Folio f>95. among the Washington County. Maryland". Land Record.". The improvements thereon consist of a. double frame hou;=e which has bath, electric, pipeless furnaces running wat^r on both side? TERM.S OF SALE: A deposit of Five Hundred ($500.^0) Dollars on the day of Sale will t»e required of purchaser and the balance r>f said purchase price upon the ratification thereof by the Court. Taxes for 71)47. will he adjusted and apportioned as of the day of settlement. Rental Possession n«: of day of Settlement. -I. R. R. BLACK. LESTER K. MARTX. Executors of Clinton L. Martz. Deceased. Joseph r. Snyder. Auctioneer. Karnlci H. Hoffman. Attorney. HUGH K. TROXELL. _ , County Treasurer. R. W. Eigenbrodt. Auct. KOTZ BABY CHICKS Live, Lay and Pay Nine Ktnndar.l breed? Sexed pullets an»3 cockerels Special orlr« on Leghorns nnd heavy cook- erels M! brrnVr- ctifled «nd bio 1-teste . Fre* Catalogue an i Price List RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poultry F«rm nnd Hatchery Rox ,.;F Fort Louden. P» Phone St Thomas IS7R2X NEW ELECTRIC and GASOLINE POWERED LAWN* MOWERS Immediate Delivery Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. MARTIN, S. DORSEY Stock, Implements, Household Goods Public Sale lo be held Thurs., Mar. 27. 1947 "Adv appears Mar. 18, 22, 26 In THE MORNING HERALD KP.IDAY, MARCH 28, 1947 At Mrs. Grosh Varm, near Halfway Turn right at the first road south of the CVR.il. Kight piece walnut dining room suite, 3-pieee overstuffed living room suite, 5-piece breakfast set '' '"etal beds with springs, cabinet radio, 2 dressers, chiffonier, large Heatroln, kitchen range u-lcli reservoir, electric Frigldaire. electric washer, congoleuni rugs, kitchen cabinet, feu- dishes and fruit 3 rabbit hutches. 12 White Leghorn liens, L.-burner oil range. Time of sale: 1 P. M. Terms: Cash. MRS. IDA BOHRER. Auci.: J. C. Snyder. Fimmiftw© Sale SATURDAY. MARCH 22. 1947 Jn ba'emeut of the Market House Hageratown, Md. 10 piece D. R. suite; 2 B. R. suites- 3 piece L. It. suite; f> piece B. set- electric Frigidaire; electric washer; sofa: bed; studio couch: G dressers: 2 wardrobes: G metal beds and springs; \ mattresses: spool bed; flat top W. desk; kitchen cabinet: utility cabinet: sewing machine; kitchen coal range: 2 gas ranges; tables; chairs; rockers; lamps: stands; dishes; garden tools; rugs: 75 jars fruit; books; 'mirrors; pictures: lawn mowers; 4 chairs: clocks; and many other things. Sale at 12 o'clock Noon. TERMS: Cash. No goods removed until settled for. J. C. S.NTDEK, AUCTIONEER. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. SEVEN Sflturrfny, IHarch 22. 1947. Pnblle PERSONAL PROPERT1" 'SATURDAY, MARCH 2'J, 1D47 The undersigned will sell at his residence in Clem-spring. Md., beginning at 1 o'clock, the following articles: One antique walnut bureau, l large Kalamazoo range, excellent condition; 1 antique child's crib, 1 occasional chair, 1 .Morris chair. 1 iron bed and coll spring, L bed davenport, rocking chairs, l high chair, 2 clocks. 1 breakfast table, 2 trunks, quilting frames, pictures, lamps, dishes, cooking utensils, 1 small copper kettle, 1 mirror, butter print, stone jars, fruit jars, crocks, two 20-gal. kegs. 1 Boy Scout kit (new); oil barrel and stand, grease guns, 2 buck saws, 2 cross cut saws, 2 one man saws, timber wedges and hammer, wire stretchers, briar scythe, scoop shov- elc. 1 large window sash. 1 chicken brooder, 1 electric motor (good); log chains, truck chains, car chains, I grindstone, soli pipe and fittings, pipe wrenches, hammers. <;old chisels, levels, bits, lot of old iron, some spouting and lots of articles too numerous to mention. Terms cash. No goods to be removed until paid Cor. JOHN H. KELLEY. Anct.: Samuel Starliper. PUBLIC I will sell at my farm located on the Arden and In wood road, IV; miles off of Route 11 west of Darkesvillc, W. Va., the following livestock, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1347 Beginning at 1:00 P. M. 2 HEAD OF HORSES Maude, blue roan mare, 12 years old, good leader, and good anywhere hitched: Kate, blue roar: mare, 5 years old, has worked some in the lead. This will make a fine matched team. 45 HEAD OF CATTLE Five Holstein cows wiili calves by side; 3 Guernsey cuws with calves by side: 3 Guernsey cows will freshen by day of sale; 2 Guernsey cows will freshen in April; l Guernsey and 1 Holstein will freshen in .lune; 3 cows in full flow of milk; 3 Holstein heifers will freshen in August; 22 head of Guernsey and Holstein heifers under 14 months old; 1 white Holstein bull 16 months old. 55 HEAD OF HOGS One registered Poland China sow and S pigs; 1 pure bred Poland China sow and 9 pigs; 1 Chester sow and G pigs; 1 spotted sow will farrow by day of sale; 1 pure bred Poland China sow due to farrow April 10; u hogs weighing from 125 to I'.O Ibs.; .IS shoals weighing from 40 to 100 Ibs.; l pure bred male hog. 10 HEAD OF SHEEP Nine ewes with U^mbs by side; 1 pure bred Shropshire buck. One Oliver manure spreader, almost good as new. Twenty bushels of potatoes. Terms: Cash. KRED H. BUTLER. Lewis £ 'CookIIP. 'Auctioneers. Wm. Hensell. Clerk. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE BRTCK APARTMENT HOUSE KNOWN AS NOS. 479 & 481 POTOMAC STREET CORNER OP POTOMAC STREET AND CHARLES STREET. HAG EUSTOWN. W A S II I N G T O N COUNTY, MARYLAND. B" virtue of an authorization and , ower contained in the I/ast Will ami Testament of Charlrs E. Roach, dpceasfid, nf Record in Wills Book, Liber No. N, folio 593, in the office of the Register of Will for Washington County, Maryland, ihe undersigned Executor will offer at Public Sale on TUESDAY. APRIL 15th. 134.7 in front of the Court House. Hagerstown. Maryland, between the hours of 1 .,nd .1 o'clock P. M.. the following described tract or parcel of land, with the improvements thereon, rf which the said Charles E. Roach died seized and possessed. All that lot or parcel of ground situate mi Jho Southwest corner of Potomac and Charles Streets, in Hagemowii. Maryland, and fronting 70 feet, more or Jess, on said Potoninc Avrnne. and has a depth of 2.">0 feet, more or less, on Charles Street. Being .(he saine l<n r >t ground that was conveyed to Charles E. Roach by .John W. Stonebraker, by deed dated .July 21?t. 1SST. and re~- oordeil in J.iher No. Si. fr>llr> 23S, one of :he Laud Records of Washington County. Maryland: except that part which was conveyed to Fred W. Reynolds by Robert E. Roach, Executor, by deed dat<vl September 2Sth. 192R. and recorded in Liber No. .7.-.. fnllo 2?S. ano!h(>r of said nd Records <*r Washington County. The improvements thereon con- .*t of n Brick Apartment House, ron tain ing l>2 rooms and an attic .sufficient to ]><? transformed into an apartment. f> baths and 1 lavatory, consisting r>f S apartments, one used as a private school—Hnffmeier Prl- mar- School ami Kindergarten, metal roof, new oil burner steam conversion furnace, nearly- new. City r<~>nvenienres. TKKMS OK SALE: A deposit, of Sr>.QOP.Oi> on thp dav of sale will he renulred r>f the purchaser and the balance of s;\id purchase price upon the ratification thereof by the Court. Taxes for T947 will he adjusted and apportioned as of the day of settlement. Rental possession as of the day of settlement. Appointment for inspection of :>mporty can be made by telephoning i :"'.>-.!. ROBERT E. ROACH. Executor of C. E. Roach, dfcoasfd. Jos •'. Snyder, Auctioneer. I. Donald Ankeney, Atty. TP /f*^ TIH n C 11 six L(0)ll!te(£toir s By virtue of Article 22, Sections 805B and 805R inclusive, of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, as duly enacted by Chapter 368 of the Laws of Maryland of 1945, notice having been duly given in accordance therewith, the undersigned will sell at Public Sale in front of the Court House in Hagers- f n. Maryland, on TUESDAY, APRIL 15tb. 1947 between the hours of Two and Three O'clock. P. M., all those lots situate in Prospect Place, Washington County. Maryland, a plat of which is duly recorded in Plat Record, folio 114, in the Offlce of the V«r er ^ t of lhe Circuit Court for Washington County, and described as follows: Lot No. 200 is situate m M 1 , 6 corncr of Llnwood Road and Wellington Avenue, and fronts flftv feet on Linwood. Road and extends back therefrom with uniform width two hundred feet to an alley- Lot No. 216 fronts fifty feet on ' Linwood Road and extends hack with uniform width, two hundred feet to an alley; Lot No. 251 fronts fifty feet on Inglewood Road and extends back therefrom with uniform width, two hundred feet to an alley. Said lots of land are charged on the Assessment Books of Washington County Maryland, in the name of Industrial Sales and Service Company and are to be sold to satisfy State and County Taxes for the btate of Maryland and Washington County, interest and costs flue and unpaid which .may be I h 1 r , e ?" and therewith connected bald lots of land are to be sold for cash at the time and place afore- Ann. of Taxes due- Lots 209 &. 216: 194S— J4 02 194f> — 2,24 ,..,,.. , with interest. L °t 2ol ......... 1345— $2.35 1946— 2.32 Assessed Value: Lot^ 201»— T.ot 21G— 100 Lot 251— 75 HUGH K. TnoXELU R w v L. Coil "ty Treasurer. H.W. Linbr. Auct. WEDNESDAY, MARCH -^ 1947 Corner of Poplar Street and High Street in Funkstown • Sale at 12 O'Clock Noon. PC. dining room suite, mahogany na ° U " r K- . Chef combination coal and ?».• ran i se< 5 Pc '> brea *fast set. hall ks, ounfe-e clialr ami stool, occasional chairs, odd chairs, electric May tag washing machine, set •> metal tubs on rack, new S • ft" Cold Spot refrigerator. 2 b'u. oil Heatrola. several iron beds. Hoover -sweeper and attachments. Sunbeam Mix Master and attachments; 2 electric irons, 6 iron counter stools quilt frames, two 12x15 congoleuni rugs, other rugs. Community Set silver ware, lot line dishes, floor amps, lot other dishes, lamps, full line kitchen utensils, shot gun and ^ rifles, iron kettles, screw jack vise etc., porch glider, metal norch furniture, lot linens. r Antiques: 2 love seats. 2 walnut M. T. bedroom suits, 3 walnut wardrobes. several walnut 4 leg stands 2 marble top stands, dutch' cupboard dough tray. B solid chairs, army muskets, mirrors-. ' • . . 1940 Oldsmoblle 70, 5 passenger coupe. A-l condition. Term.s: CASH. No goods removed until settled for. • ROY O. SOUTH. AucK: Eigenbrode. , Clerk: Young. _ .Hundreds selling their suit'os in classification 11 while prices are HIGH. Public OF VALUABLE REAC ESTATE SITUATED NEAR CEARFOSS. WASHINGTON COUNTY. MARYLAND Pursuant to Power of Sale contained in the Last Will ajnd Testament cf Lewis Frank Murray, late of Washington County, deceased. I the undersigned Executor will sell at public sale in front of the Court House, in Hagerstown, Maryland, between the hours of 1 and 3 p. m.. TUESDAY. APRIL 1st. 1947 all tuat real estate ituaie along the road leading from Cearfoss. Maryland to the 3road fording Church in Washington County. Maryland, containing thirteen (13) acres and one hundred forty-two ( 1< , 2 > Perches of land, more or less, and being the same property which was conveyed to the said Lewis Frank Murray and wife by the following conveyances: from "Daniel E. feller and wife to the said Lewis lY"v,i 0n '- Iurray by deed dated A t> r 'l fth. 189a and recorded in Liber No. 104. folio 642 one of the Land Records of Washington County: from Augustine Mason. Trustee to the said Lewis Frank Murray and wife by deed dated April 10th. 1913 and' recorded in Liber No. 141. folio 349 one of the Land Records of Washington County; and from Preston h. Myers and wife to the said Lewis *. Murray and wife, by deed dated June 7th. 1924 and to be recorded among the Land Records of Washington County, to which recorded deeds reference is hereby made. This property is improved by a 2>A story, frame dwelling, six rooms electric, summer kitchen, stable garage and other out buildings, 2~ cisterns and one well. Land in a good state of cultivation and adaptable to trucking. ,»2«^ fS OP SALE: A Flve hundred ($500.00) Dollar deposit will be required on the day of sale, balance on or before 30 days thereafter. I' ull possession upon final settlement for said property. 1D47 State and County Taxes all "paid. MARTIN L. ROPPE, , _ „ " Executor. •Joe C. Snyder. Auctioneer. George D. Hicks. Attorney. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1947' Sale at 1:00 P. M. I. the undersigned will sell on the above date, on th« J. Lawrence Hull Parm one mile east of Big Sprinr and one mile west of Charlton: Three piece living room suite. ,6 anti ue cane seat chairs. 3 rocking chairs. 6 living- room chairs, 10 kitchen chairs, 2 antique cord beds. 1 child's trundle bed. 5 beds three with springs. 1 Victrola with 200 records. 2 stands, 1 desk. 1 buffet. 3" bureaus. 2 dining room cupboards witb glass fronts. 1 sink. 1 kerosene heating stove, l egg stove, 2 coal stoves, 1 Favorite kitchen range, l doughtray. I kitchen table, 4 stone jars. 2 10-gallor. and 2 5-gallon; 5 dozen jars and crocks, 1 5- way cooker. 3-gallon brass kettle, electric iron, electric heater. 1 electric brooder good as new. 1 kerosene brooder, butchering tools, two large iron kettles with ring-s. l copper barrel kettle, 2 12-foot benches. I yard swing, 2 churns. 1 21-foot ladder, 1 'S-foot ladder. ' cross cut saw. axe. G galvanized buckets, dinner bell, barrels, kegs, dishes, pots, pans, lamps, lanterns and many other'articles too numerous to mention. ' • Terms: CASH. MRS. LAWRENCE HULL Auctioneer: Renner. One mile northwest .of.. Leitersburg. Md., ,6 miles, northeast of Hagerstown, Md., and 5 miles south of Waynesboro, PaJ - 32 REGISTERED AYRSHIRE—calfhood vaccinated. T. B. and Bangs accredited, all females raised on farm, except 2; one of Maryland's ton producing Ayrshire herds, average 9,876 milk, 4-19-4.14 fat, 10'cows with DHI records up to 11,763 milk. 465 fat. milking up to 60 Ibs. 4 bred heifers. Our 3-year-old herd sire Forest Vu Red Warrier 75S1S selling with his 11 oldest daughters aiid 5 sons. He is a grandson of Pennhurst Last Man Approved and out of Forest Vu Star Hattie, with a record 12 ?3fi milk. 498 fat, a daughter of .Atwood Orchards H'appv Star Approved Herd built on Pennhurst blood lines. FARM MACHINERY— Sale starts promptly at 12 noon. ilcCormiek- Deering binder. Deermg binder, both on rubber and in good rondition- a-ft. MasKey Harris mower, Case net hay loader, good: McCormick-Deerinsr side rake and riding corn plow. 2 Oliver corn plows No 30 Svracuse plow rubber tire wagon, bed. hay loaders, 3 H. P. gas engine, steel Fram tractor wood saw, 2 sets of gears, collars, bridles and lines. 50 home-made brooms. Terms: Cash. No goods to be removed until settled for. Lunch staruj reserved. Write for catalogue. A. J. STRITE R- R. 6. Hagcrstown, Md., Phone 522-J-l Auctioneer: Paul E. Sangrcr, Myerstown, Pa! Clerk: Walter Sellers. AND .COMMUNITY SALE ' MARCH 29, 194,7—1 P. M. M.1LL EQUIPMENT—Large capacity wheat cleaner, also smaller cleaner; double corn uheller with cob elevator; truck and wagon scale*' 1500 u>s. capacity floor level platform scales with 31"x39" platform: corn cracker and grinder; feed grinder; bucket elevators, various lengths 3 flour nulls, nour dresser and other flour mill processing equipment- 2 turbin water wheels complete, speed indicator: 3 old time burrs for grinding'corn meal several hundred-feet varfous. diameter and lengths steel shaftimr with hangers. ,belting, sprockets gears nnn chains; thirtv various size flat pulleys; water pumping ram: 1 grain dryer FARM EQUIPMENT—General Electric 4-can milk cooler, nearly new i wagons, one low; l disc harrow, good condition; 1 Superior grain drill- I corn planter with good chain: 1 Deering binder with good canvas- 2 H P* gasoline engine on truck; 1 -wheelbarrow sprayer; 1 kitchen sink; 1 table- P rSvvrvfTY 0II £ 4eTr £ n8r VV 1 - con( Hi ion: 1 set 6:50xlS tire chains. COMMUNITY SALE —Bring- anything —livestock, farm machinerv hoU5 £5°ld furniture, etc. Small commission for selling. TfcKMb: CASH. No goods to be removed until paid for, L. M. JOHNS Auctioneer: Renner. STRlTE MILL FARM ' L'^bunr. Md. SLUG SALE 194T hor.4 rrt ing HOO. - ' one reS'St-ered Guernsey, one fat bull weigh- is herd is T. B. and blood tested accredited. FARMING IMPLEMENTS — McCormick-Deering binder X ew Idea. manure spreader. John Deere corn planter with fertilizer attachment* D C 4n-nAS a h y o e ° R 2rni M ^ C ?- rmic - k l D ^ rin . p S5rte delivery rake. Mc a Connick: dnnh IP**! i Vk '? I] i McCormi ^-Deermg mower. Blizzard silo cutter double disc 1 20-tooth harrow. 1 wiard 106 plow. 1 walking cultivator 1 a r d - fl1 ^ (3erS ', 11 ' w L n 1 '""• do " ble ^"d single shove l plow . wheel Hav 3 ?;?; *"*}*** > U ' * w , ood ** w - All the above in good condi- Ha\ rope and pulleys, forks, traces, breast chains jockey sticks oal hild U r fnnHrV r ^ 1C - trec ?' eleCtr ^ C f «"«r, electric cow' elopers (new).' pair hand clippers^ dipping irons, shovels, and hog shelter. ™ ro«lhnM r E ? UI nC MENT ^; 6 can electric ^co milk cooler mew), milk cooler, boiler. D milk cans. 3 dairy covered buckets; strainer and stools! GOODS— 2 safes, library table 6-ft extension tabl* St i U< ? i0 C -° Uch ' T Cros " l€ >* 5 - lub ^ radio lowing ma: nnrt nthrat'! 1 *™ nin S bosrcl - l kitchen cabinet, dryer. 1 lawn and other article? too numerous to mention. Hay. barley and silage. One'lD33 Chevrolet coach in good condition. Terms: CASH, no goods to be removed until settled for. MRS. GEORGP; WTAND. Auct.: Eigenbrode. Clerks: Wyand and King. __ Lunch privilege reserved. We Are Ready to Add SKILLED MECHANICS to Our Staff . TOP SALARY '514 D AY WEEK Your work made easier by using two post Weaver lifts. MODERN DAY-LIGHT PLANT VACATION WITH PAY CAPITAL MOT( 928 Philadelphia Avenue SILVER SPRING SHEPHERD 3900

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