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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, March 24, 1947
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1 ROOFING New roof installed. Best grade o material. Kxneri labor. No mono flowji; Froo estimates. No obliga" Phoj^Kj!^yjjville 7-K-31. STONE MASON' and block work~~o" all types. Ph*ne aOSl-J after ! _p. in. —~-ilfll 0 .—^--^^^.- --v A COMPLETE sto"ck~oT parta ""on hand to repair your radio. Lincoln _blectric Co.. Halfway. • Phone 1680 A BONAF1DK REPAIR JOB—CALL RENN RADIO SERVICE 50-1 Ridjjre Aye. Ph. I618-M ALL KINDS ot Electrical WTrTn* Radio Sales & Service. rrOWELL ELECTRICAL CO INC 30 Wayside 4v*. Phon* TS^I FOR COMPLETE radio service part* or tubes call DENTLER BROS ..42 Summit Aye.Ph.»« 4296O Ken's RADIO AND KLKC'TRICAL Al-'l'LlANCl-; SERVICING All Makes of Radios—Repaired WE REPAIR Toasu-rs — Phonographs Cleaners ; j rons Radio Tubes Timed Free Complete Line of Tubes 145 S. Mulberry St. Phone 3051-J RADIO & MOV7E SERVICE lubes, parts. lamss. hardware pro lectors, screens, film for sale o r*nt. Used records, door chimes. New and used radios S5 up SOUND LABORATORIES _a_8 E. Washington St Ph S716 PAUL L. KEPLINGER ... £ ad ."? & Electric Service S22 MaryL.n- Ave. Phone 3800-J ,__ A .LL KINDS of hauli lie—aches rub"- bish. small movings.- C L Har- haugh. Reas._ori;es. Phone 4193 DUMP TRUCK hauling—Clnd"erTfor Janes, garayes and driveways. J H. fisher. Phone ... . ..j»« v », ^ iiwms ioou-.rx. LOCAL AND out-of town haulinr Quick Dick-up and deliverv. Phon« T *o 4 «• J, PHONT 24S2-J for crating to go anywhere. Moving 1n the State of Maryland. 25 yrs. -experience. H Bssll Martin Fnnkstown Repairing anO 28 F. J. GACK—Reupholstering and repairing furniture. Phone S056 2S E. ^ranklin St FURNITURE REPAIRING — REFINISHING Custom and Antique Finishes" ROBERT E. ARTZ 181 SUMMIT AVB. PM . F .URNITURE repaired and tshed. Antique custom finishes ROBERT H. BELL "6 S. Pot. St. Phone 4254-J FURNITURE Reupholstered Finl o 116 °t^SRlCS- W. L. KLARN _Rear 58 Randolph Av •. Ph 12 6 S -M FURNITURE reupholstered and re- H " Sarr ' Phone Help__ Wniit'ert—FcmaU AMAZING OFFi£K—We pay you $60 tor selling 100 boxes 25 beautiful f«ss.->rted All-Occasion cards. - Sells for $1.00—your profit 60c. Free samples. It costs nothing to trv. BlG PROFITS—Sell Beauty 15 card everyday Box Assortment. Gift wrappings, personal stationery 14 r» " moneymakers. Samples on approval. Empire Card. El mira N Y . -.• i .. <., , . . -. and waitress. Apply Rose cowl Restaurant, Bus Terminal E. _Antietam St. CHAMBERMAIDS WANTED Apply to MISS BARCELLOS Housekeeper HOTEL ALEXANDER EXPERIENCED fountain and sandwich girl, good hours and pav Do-Nut Shop, 22 Summit Ave EXPERIENCED woman to keep house iij country. Between 30 and 40 years old. Live in. Write Box _jQ c/o Herald-Mail / HIGH SCHOOL girls, part time. Ap- _piy Keystone. LADY to work in linen room of Housekeeping department. Apply " HOTEL ALEX- MAIDS Apply Housekeeper DAGMAR HOTEL NE"\., novel way to make money. Sell 5c and lOc individual creet- ing cards, si.oo and 60c box a'ssort- ments. Up to 100% profit. . Bonus. Sjiecial . offers. Request 'free samples personal .stationery and special feature SI.OO All-Occasion assortment on approval. New England Art Publishers, Box B North _Ahingrton. Mass. NURSE for Old People's Home Apply Quincy U. B. Orphanage and Home., Pa, Eh. Wavnes- Jjpro 936-R-31. SECRETARY Tor Old Established Manufacturing » Concern TYPING AND SHORTHAND ESSENTIAL "Write for interview, giving entire background to BOX 71 C/O HERALD-MAIL CO. TEACHERS WANTED THREE positions paying up to S400 per month, open now and during- summer vacation in educational - advisory work of highest type, which yr>nr training and experience equip you to do. Qualifications: US to oO, :: year.s* teaching experience, good record and reputation. Write In confidence, giving ncre. experience and phone. Personal conference arranged. Box: f>l c/o Herald-Mnil. WAITRESS Wanted. Hours 11 a. m. to S p. in. Six days a week. No Sunday work. Court Waffle Shop. 16 Summit Avo. _ WAITRESS Wanted. } lours 5 p. m. t..> 2 a. m. Farrie's Restaurant. SSI Virginia Ave. _ _____ _ WAITRESSES Wanted. Top salary. Apply ?»Iaplew.iy Grill 22 S. Poto- jnac. St. _ _ WAITRESS— Apply Chinese Restau- WAITRESSES wanted. Apply Uncl* •John's Cabin. Frederick street WAITRESSES Wanted. Applv 15 E. Jtaltimore St. WAITRESS Wanted. Aoplt Bent. sel's. 44 Summit Av_. WAlTRBSSKS—wanted. Good saln- ry. 5 day week. Apply F re d Ptahl Shangri-La Restaurant, Green _. apt le Pike, north <>f_Mii<l WANTED— Girl for genernl office work pnd typing. No shorthand or dictation. Apply Box 84 giving reference. name, address and phone number. WOMAJ; dishwasher wanted. Ap- Ply Uncle John's Cabin Frederick street. Ht-t» Wanted—Mai> fj A VETERAN preferably married for spermlizeil training. Applv HAGKRSTOWN LATiNDRY INC 1"7 W. Franklin St. ' Moat price? still high, raise some chiclu—Buy from classification 4.9, Hrj f Wa>i<fd — -Hale Layout— Unusually good opportunity for voung DRIVERS— wanted'. Over 25 years Bel1 Cab - Inc - 37 E - CARRIERS For Morning or evening Routes Wanted Apply Circulation Dept. HERALD-MAIL CO. FURNITURE FACTORY SUPERINTENDENT . AND FOREMEN FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS foi Plant In Portsmouth Va. Manufacturing Solid Mahogany Tables Wonderful opportunity for aggressive men with a thorough knowledge of manufacturing solid ma- noguny nove-Hies. Tables our sne- •lalty, Very good salary, A growing concern with a wonderful future for the right men. Attractive living conditions and warm weather all the year round. Give full -.letails as to experience availability, etc., ii. first letter. Will interview in Hagerstown. Md CAPELL FURNITURE. Inc. Avnte Box 54. care Herald-Mail INCOME LIMITED? School Teachers, Salesmen. Etc. TURN your idle hours into dollars, tarn an additional $.5 A WEEK WITHOUT INVESTING A PENNY by becoming a part time associate or . a National Bookkeeping and lax Service. No experience necessary to share in this golden opportunity. We provide the organization and the know-how Our representative will be in Hagors- town in the near future. Write Box S7 c/o .Herald-Mail for interview. MAN to do general work around tourist camp. Phone 2419 MAN TO WORK on farm by the month. House, garden, electric milk, fuel. Apply L. A. COH1LL,' Uearspring. Phone Ci. 4341 ' MAN WANTED Large organization has a position open for a young ambitious , man with an automobile. Salary above S200 per month guaranteed to those who qualify. Sales ability necessary. 1 Give experience when writing to Box 72 c/o Herald-Mai] Co. All replies strictly confidential. MEN—Young and middle-aged ex- «??nn ral opportunity to make S12.00 to J15.00 per day 4 10 6 hours work, selling most timelv l ousehold necessity at onlv 50c J TJ J n n l 50c per week - c °rae in and talk it ouer. Mr. Everltne. 54 b.. Franklin St.. Hagerstown. Md CLDDLE AGED man with familv exr enenced. To work on fruit farm' m comtortable house to live in. Write_Bpx_67c/oHera!d-MaiI SALESMAN. Engraved Name Plates ™° cal ,5S Travel - 5I25-S150. Write Ener - 212 Sum - SERVICE ^STATION* Attendant — wanted. Experienced. References. Write to_Sox SB. c/o Herfllri-\r,-,n TRUCKING OPPORTUNITY REPUTABLE national trucking- organization, will contract long term few responsible men over 25 owning or financially able to purchase and drive van." Equipment available. Excellent earnings. Training- fuiqwance foi approved applicants, write qualifications. Grey van Lines Inc.. 57 W. Grand. Dept. 0-67 Chi- ~ AN T I ; :D — Advertising salesman. Specialties and Calendars. Successful, rapidly expanding agency with unusual sales plan has opening- for one or two representatives in your locality. Earnings unlimited for resourceful, energ-ettc men, preferably with car. Ability to follow directions and territory assignments essential. Give complete information concern-in^ yourself in writIIIR: ro: R. A. Berry. Sales Manager _Campb»ll. Ensor Co..'Easton Md T7 ANTED. Boiler makers for retubing- boilers and pressure vessel work. Only reliable and qualified men need apply. Permanent work. B ESTER-LONG, INC, «9 S. Potomac St. . ~ Experienced Farmer Due to the rapid expansion of our operation we require the services ot additional help. Good salarv plus usual extras. S room house available with running- water and electricity Ph. Keedysville SOF^I R. E. ShaefTer. WANTED—Experienced man for community grocery and meat market. Must be honest and reliable- good salary for the right man' Write Box 93 c/o Herald-Mail jdv- _L11SL Kge^ past emi>Ip_vment. " ' ~ " "~ ANTED—Salesman'for soft drink route. Write Nehi Bottling Co. or phone 27.10. V ANTED—Man and boy or man and wif, for 97 acre dairy farm. Good wages, nice 5 room house and usual allowances. Phone 2730 or 4P75-F-H. or writ* R. A. Harrell Jr., Boonsboro. Md. RL I VHO WANTS steady work? No polTl tics. No strikes. No layoffs. Rural Watkins route no%v available for ambitious man with cnr. Write- H "olHns. Box 367. New.irk- X j liP — Mule nnd Female 14 males or females with cnr for special work. 540 per week to start. Write Box SI c/o Herald- Mail. \Vnntcrt—Female 3(3 EXPERIENCED typist would like work to do at home. Call f>'»2-.T \Yan<cd—Mule . .ETKRAN. 3S years old. desirous of finding employment as Boolckecp- per or General Otlice Work other th.-u, typing-: for part or full time \Vrjte Box 59 c/o Herald-Mail. ' '7l'V Vl " T £. D ~ G , ar<len P low{ nP- Apply •{•IS Mineral Ave..' or farm on Penna. Ave.. across from Plant I. morning or evening. Oppnrtnnltlc* IS FOR SALE—Garage com- with modern equipment and pood stock of merchandise formerly opera tod by George F.. Trostle deceased, .it oornpr of Ridge and Cleveland avenues. NVaynesboro Bui.Jing can be bought o'r le.nsed See M.iuclft E. Trostle. 223 Ridge AvAnue. \Vayno.shoro. Pa., aftVr ' •< 0 LOANS TO FARMERS -ONG TERM CREDIT «% - Tor: •Purchase of farms. refinancing of mortgages, repairs or construction of building:*. SHORT TERM CREDIT <H%_For: Purchase of dairy cow». farm machinery, feeder cattle, feed. seed, fertilizer. Refinancing of debts, repairs or construction of build- FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION Pythian Castle Bulldlni: 20 North Court St. Frederick, Md. Local R-preaentatlYe: Walter D. Bromley In the office ot Henry Holxapfal. Til Grice Bulldlny. Phone 4M Hugrentown, Maryland Tu«»dn.y & Friday, 9-12 o'clock fo Loan. Mortgnigp- 4t PICK out ihe honie~you w'a'nt __'"let us help you buy it with your rent money. First Federal Savings & Loan AKS'M -J.jLJv.jona-th;ui St. Tt-1. 1UU1. MM->CMI, Dancing, Dramatic- 44 DANCIN'G—1-9 daily. I guarantee to teach every scholar. Strasser's Jjtudio 23 W WashSt Ph fi98-W i—Male 1 WOULD like to talk 10 reliable men who would like to-train in spare lime to lean welding, uiutal work, spray painting as related to Auto Uody and Fonder repairing; should be mechanically inclined; will not interfere with your- Job C. 1. Approved. For information about this training write at once Diving- name, nd'.ress. ag-e and working hours. Auto-Crafts Tj-ain" ic: - Box SI) <-/o Herald-Mail. I list rue (ion—Female OTKLS—WOMEN BE A PRACTICAL NURSE BIG DEMAND—IUC H WAGES li)«h .school not necessary. Easy to learn at home in spare timo. Prepare now for tliis interesting, pro- liiable work. Write for FREE information. Wayne School for Practical Nursing, Box 88 c/o-Kerald- Mait. «, Cntx, Olher Peta your dog AGAINST fall- Ing Hiair. dandruff scales, ear and carcoptic mange, fleas, lice, ringworm. And canker ear. mosquitoes and wood ticks. It works or money refunded. Do as the great kennels do. HOWARD'S OF HAGERSTOWN 6-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Ph. 801. MILK'GOATS and young kid goats for sale. Apply Mrs. E. W. Flceel. R. R. Crossroads, Downsvi lie Pike. MOTHER and sixteen rabbits, .six weeks old. Mrs. Lester Conner. Funkstown. Phone 31-H-J. 10 RABBITS. 11 compartment hutch. S4Q. Apply Robert Miller, near Chewsville. Phone 1342-W-3. Hor»e», Cattle. Other Stock MORSES, Mules, Stock Steers, Heifers. Bulls for Sale. Will buy or trade. Sam Pashen. Dual Highway Stock Farm. RIDING HORSE—Bay. safe for boy or prirl. For sale or trade on work horse. Sam Pashen. 4S W. Church. TWO Black, one Buff Cocker Spaniels. A.K.C. registered. Croft, 350 Linganorci Ave. Ph. 1477-R. 3 HOLSTEIN bulls for sale. Phone . 4024jLK-r> Irvln Horst. near R.eid. P o ultry «rulSu p i> Itea 4 • ANDREWS CHICKS—Day old and started, flocks stats tested. Tube asglu. Sexed chicks in all breeds. Jam*is Andrews Hatchery'. Hag-ers- town. Md.. RFD No. i. at Middle- hurg. Phone 1323-J-2. ASK FOR THE FUL-O-PEP BOOKLET which describes In detail the famous FUL-O-PEP RESTRICTED FEEDING PLAN which may help you save up to 30% or more on the cost of feeding your chicks through to maturity. Howard's of Hagerstown. 5-7-' E. Baltimore St. Phone S06. Delivery Routes in all sections of the county. BABY CHICKS — New Hampshire Rods, excellent for broilers, NOW ON SALE, wholesale and retail. NEUHADSER HATCHERIES 46 W. Church SL Tel. 4271. BABY CHICKS—Day old or started. New Hampshire Red. Barrer' Cro«». White Rock* U.S. approved: pullo- .rum passed. Excellent for eggs or broilera. ' Cumberland Valley Hatchery Maugansville. Md. Phone 29SZJ BABY CHICKS & POULTS—For 25 years many of 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 flock 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. Phone 506 or 962-J for excellent delivery service. BABY CHICKS $4.95—100. C. O. D. From Bloodtestecl Breeders. New Hampshires. Barred Rocks. White Rocks and Rock-Hampshire Cross. 25—?2.00; 50--S3.50; 100--$4.95. Leghorn Broilers make 2-lb Fryers in S \veeks, $3.45r-100. No Culls—No Cripples. -• BIDDLE'S. Roxborough, Phila. 2S, Pa. FOR CHICKS, feeds and poultry supplies, call S36-P-1. Martin's Hatcherv. NEW HAMPSHIRE Red pullets^ in prime, laying. Pauline Stevenson. Smuhsb::rc. Md. —Livestock WANTED—Pouirry of all kinds. Phone Dale B. Rohrer. 101SJ-2 after 5 p. m. o- Smithsbur* S3. be- twften S a. m. to R p. m. Article* for Sale BOILER Steam Furnace. Good for SOO feet of radiation. Good concli- tion. Cheap. Apply 712 Church St. COLLAPSrBLE metal and leatherette baby carriage. Good condition. Phone 2260-W-l. COMPLETE line of Trusses. Abdominal Belts. Supporters of all kinds. Crutches, etc. Private fitting room. Eakle's Dr ig Store. US W. Wash- ST..,ton St.. Hagerstown. Md. DURO - THERM fully automatic water heater. 42-ga.l. J115. never used, good reason for selling. Ph. Smithsburg- S7-F-22. Earl R. Bachtell, Cavetown. EXPERT MAYTAG SERVICE HAGERSTOWN MAYTAG CO. 23 S. Potomac St. PHONE fifi2 EXTRA heavy duty 30 gallon water tank. Ntrw. Phone 1SOS-M. GTRL'S bicycle, like new $20. Apply 102 Fa i r g roi 'r» <j_j\ye. . RINDER—Deillnger Grinder outfit. Ford motor. Irvin L. Strite. near Leitershurg. HEATING BOLLER. American Ideal C. I. sectional No. S-22-7. 935' steam, rating with 60 Ib. stoker and radiators: also 400' Weil-McClain oil- burnincr boiler ICFS burner. HAGERKTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Mnrylnnd Avenue.. . Phone 3S1.V HOOVER SALES & SERVICE" H. C. MYERS 28 N. Locust St. ' Ph. 112511 LARGE ASSORTMENT of lace curtains for your selection at JL very special price of $!.»!) per pair. Slightly Imperfect. Regular price $3.?'). Jacobson's Furniture Store Franklin^Sr. N A TI (.) N AI ; On s=h R e gT.« t e r, i n u p e a t the Savoy Res aurant. Price 5225. ('an he hnil at once. OUR CUSTOMERS buy Flna Fo-lm ag.-iin and again. "It oleans riips and upholstery like new. Ky«rly's Dept. Store. 4th floor. ' SOFT COAT, Stoker. NuMonnl .Tack- f-tetl boiler. Phone 2450-1: TWO burner electric hot plate, fluorescent desk Iamp-lS". chunk stove, ladies Pnrific -•'tyle bicycle. 2 whe<>! rubber tired truck, nlmnimim ch.iir. Above items almost, now. ALso 4 used tires 19x600. several tubes to match. Heavy duty auto batterv Eclward H.Ritter. TWO BRUNSWICK Bulk BolflhTg Alleys. 2 pool tables. Must be removed at onoe. and will sell cheap. \. K:iplon Co.. Brunswick. Md Call PAIR French doors, also w.ishiiip maolnne with roppor tub pas wntt^r hoator with 30 paUon tank. Apply S.TO sn m m i t • A v ••>. HOOF I'AIN'T iet our low price for a complete job. URKKTV ROOFERS. Phone __ R F. ST A UR A NT KQ IT IPME NT Electric .Soda Fountains; Kphoister- ed Booths: Lncy PHcctric Hot Cups- Electric F ml pro Warmer.v. Fryers Tas or electric, all sizes: Griddles electric or gns; Heavy Duty Ros- vtnnrant Gas Ranges: Electfjc Direct Beer Box. H. A. WEISS & RON 225 X. .TorKtthnn St. Tel 13T5-.T _K q \\\ p m DUPLICATORS S-l A DITTO direct process and gelatin Niagara stencil. RONRY'S 2f> N, Potomac St. Phone 1093. HORART meat, grinder; one sanitary scales, 2-1 In. oapncity with to and 2c gr,T dun (ions. Phone 3P9S-R. Pete Pumpkin had a wife and couldn't keep her—but then, he didn't hftve the Want Ads to help him. FOKDSON trm.'tor"~wTrh JnHsTiietti' double vans 12" plow. Apply RUB-' ^iiL—^?-L2£il'_Jji!l|'ti]_Sj)ring's, Md MoCO HM1CK - DE iiHTTNGTdi.lrprolv"- I'M i ^"'^ plow — 2 bottom; Little bonder 2 bottom plow. Apply Jacob W, Carbaugh. Clear- _gijrinj?, Ph. Clearsprlng 4^2g MINNEAPOLIS Moll no Tractor, newly painted, larjfe size. 47x58. Rood condition :'Frick thresher. 28" cylinder, good condition; lan?e John Deere disc plow: McCormick-Deer- HSR binder, good condition; new ..canvas. PhoneJ2.ort-.T-n T R Fbv Coal niul Wood 50A FOR COAL quality and service, call L. E Kendrick, 121 Buena Vista R. ^^ . __ JAMISON'S DRY KINDLING WOOD Phone 4108-J. 12 to 1 or after 5 . u. in. Immedlate_dellyery NORRJS COAL CO. High grade stoker coal, screened and treated. Guaranteed to give good service in any make clinker- ing t> r Pe stoker. $9.75 ton. Johnstown washed coal, screened-treated nut & stove $10.50. 100% Lykens valley red a«h. hard coal, nut and u^;' C< ^ 5 -u 0 ' , pe £ ?13 - 50 ' Special whue ash. buckwheat size for hard coal stokers $12. ton. Rice $10 £ arl «". 59.50. We give clean Vnd cdieful delivery service. Our coal has been tested and approved by our local laboratories. 147 E iM-aakhn St. Phone 15S2. We also have Breaketts. Special for hot water dinky and hot air furnaces $14. ton. New customers wel- Rooma Withomt Board •§ LARGE FRONT ROOM — inodern furnishings, stoker heat, near Square and T. M. C. A. Gentlemen. lonv. 4G East Ave. ROOM FOR RENT—Gentleman pre- ferrod. 520 Broj\yn_Avg. SLEEPING ROOM for two. Apply *o' S- pr0b "P ect St - -» d «»or. Phone TWO FURNISHED bedrooms for men. 1 or 2 in room on bus lln<?. Garage available. Write Box 85 c/o Herald-Mail. FuntUhed 74A FAIRGROUND AVE.-37. Furnished _apui'tmentti. Adults only. THREE ROOMS and bath, preferably business couple who appreciate flue surroundings. References exchanged. Write Box SO c/o Herald-Mail. Ou-liie«> Place* for Rent STORE ROOMS, offices, storage and manufacturing space for rent. OROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. 77 NEW MODERN home. Beautiful bath and kitchen. No children. Wrire Bo?: S2 c/o Harald-Mnl 1. rflrew j>°<i. S2.75 aSd nil t> ' -,, immediate delivery. Call K & S Pinwood. 3804 LARGE LOAD of .dry ' goo4 Tkln>;« To JEmt y x -—— «"' ICCLUIIIK varieties. Wholesale and retail. ... MARTIN'S COLD STORAGE ^Mlddleburg Plkf> Phone 4137 BOTTLED-GAS Ranges with re~- duoed metered" Gas servlca rater Imnaediato installation. Jones Appliance Service 2.4._ Summit Ave. Phone 14 CLEAR .NCE SALF of all kinds of used furniture and household ys at very low prices. Rear 2a% W. Franklin St.. in alley ICE refrigerator, late model, like fiew Reasonable. Appy no S. Mulberry St LNNLKSPR1NG sofa with three flown cushions. Excellent condition. Recently recovered. Phone J ' > 4 o. f,c ^f^ T Kanffe in good condition, , • t 'J >e _ cl - ri c table lamp, good as I.OPER gas stove for sale. Oven on side excellent condition. Applv 400 JMcDowell Ave.. second floor left. USED 4-burner pas stove, good co'n- ZENITH floor model radio. o away bed and mattress. Like new. 44S Summit Ave S-BURNER Qil "tange with built-in oven Oood condition. .1. Earl Har. Bridp-ep_ftrt_ -FOR BEST RESULTS — List your property for sale with- \ R. A. McCUNE 412-2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 4. JeTvelry. Wntchen. Dtnniond^» flQ GENTS—1 C diamond ring. 10 C fold mountinr. Reasonably priced. >V.nte Box fiO c/o Herald-Mail Machinery nnd Tool* GARDEN TRACTORS—3 sizes. All attachments. Immediate delivery ne Guy C Kline> NEW LEADER tractor with cultivators, John Deere tractor Case tractor—Farmall type. 7 ft. heavy disc harrows, corn pickers, garden tractors, concrete mixers. New Idea Spreader—floored sides. binders, disc dnlls, bottom plows. McCor- nuck-Deering disc plow-overhead beam, mowers, rubber tired wa^- ons. .soi! miilcliers. Rotary hose lot OE other used machinerv. General repair on farm machinerv and automobile repair. Acetylene and electric welding. Phone 4161. B & (.T Implement Co.. -iOO McDowell Ave. Tucker Bussard, MRT 2 NEW gard.en tractors—one ^ H P.. one 3 H. P. Apply Lloyd R." Kline. Cavetown. Md. REFINISHED and THOROUGHLT RECONDITIONED PIANOS SS9.50 Up SHOCKSrs FURNITURE CO. Zh-30 Summit Ave. 4 Phone 1JOS Secd«. Pl»nt», Flovrer* r SEEDS — TESTED FOR 10UR PROTECTION. Alfalfa, Clover Lespedeza. Blue Grass. Timothy, etc. Howard's of Hagerstown 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St Phone S06 for excellent deliverv service. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Victory everbearing. Now readv. Big sweet berries this year. Also red raspbe.-ry plants & catalogue price. See R. J. Lechner, Main St (opposite Luth. Church) Smiths- burs:. in the Store* ARCTIC Ice Refrigerators 539.50 up. FRANKLIN FURNITURE 'CO. 13 T\'. Antietam St. 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. AGRICO LAWN FERTILIZER 100 ]b. bag S4.00 50 Ib. bag si'.SO 2- r ' Ib. bag SL 5 0 10 Ib. bag $ so COW MANURE 50 Ib. bap t?.00 FERTILIZER SPREADER—16-inch size J'iq'; FERTILIZER SPREADER—20-inch size j 10 20 •-IJLL LINE OF GRASS SEED FULL, LTXF. OF POULTRY SUPPLIES SCHINDEL-ROHRER & co.. INQ 3S S. Potomac St. FULl MNE OF FISHING TACKLES FOR TROUT FISHING See ii? firpf. for tho best in FISHING TACKLES Rods — Reels — Flies —. Lines Canvas Creels — Hooks SCHLVDEL-ROHRF.R & CO. 2S S. Potomac St. JUST RECEIVED A Shipment of \Vard\s pi S'iipr*rm«j Fibre .Sf-at. Covers Sturdy — Quality Construction Sizes for all popular model autos 2 and 4 door sedans (Auto Arr«<;,enri«s TVpt M O N TU OM E R Y W A1 1 D SCOTT MODEL A-23 RadTo 23 tubes '$l r ,o --. .MERLUND Supfr-Pro." rn<'-k moinuocl radio, -with power supplv 5 bands for 1.5 to 20 inc.. *I" r i O. K, KIIX LAMPS vi r/-> SOUND I.ABORATOIM'R \ANITY FAIR I-:XRICHE"D"KLOUH": v\ o now have in slock, with the snme good qualify arid richness you have enjoyed in the pnst Thnt S ???^ ni1y Kair Enriched Flour. ARTIN FEED & JMpr.KMENT rstown. Md _Wf«titcd—To ________________ . A CALL to S«.m's Excnange wTTl bTl .. you the highest cash value I- • your used furniture, bric-a- brac, glassware and household goods. Let Sam call on vou now. Phonn 131 3-W. _ HIGHEST cash prices paid fo"r~new and used furniture Forsytho Stor acre. Mill SL _ \VA\TKD— Ltviiig room suite and winthrop writing- «lcsk. Must lu> in -S°.QJL Your home can't hibernate, it's pot to take it. Consult th^ Want Ads—have it put in condition to withstand winter. — r ro Kent CLAIM adjuster for 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 Ha ere re-' town. Call 2S54 9 to 5 SALES EXECUTIVE desires 6 room house in residential section of Hagerstown as a permanent residence. Family consists of xvife 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 c/o Herald-Mail. WANTED BY family of 5—5~~room house witti electric on a farm. Will help to. do work morning and evening. Write Box DO c/o Herald- Mail. . i WANTED—Building with approxf- mately 2500 square feet for storage. Railroad siding preferred. Hagerstown Rubber Co. WANTED — 2 bedroom apt. by family of " adults, both employed. Permanent residents. excellent references. Phone 66S, S:30 a. m. _to 5 p. m. WANTED—2 or 3 garages for storage. Phone Keedysville 7-F-31. I DOW lady desires 2 or 3 room unfurnished apt. No children or petn. Phone 1551-R. 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment before April 1st. No children or pets. Phone 2945-W. Broker* in t?.CHl E»txt« R CONSULT THE REAL ESTATE MART lor up-to-the-minute listings Appears on this page every Tu -sdav——Friday L. S. SPANG-I/£R AGENCY 2nd'l. Bank ftldg. Phone 33S Fnrma »nd L,nnfl» for Sale 81 A REAL FARM—Close to town. 1112 acres, 7 room stone house, dairy barn, electric, well, cistern and other necessary buildings . JOHN L. SWAIN AGENCY 20 Summit Ave. Phone 20R9-.T. FARMS PLEASANT WALK RD.—3 miles T rom Myen-vllle. 36 acres. 30 tillable. Small house, new barn Reasonable. -IYERSVILLK-BOONSBORO RD. — 12 miles from Hagerstown. 42 acres. Part stone, 6 room house. All necessary outbuildings. All stock and equipment included if sold by April 1st. CHEWSVILLE-LEITERSBURG RD —a2 acres. All tillable. 7 room house. Bank barn. : chicken houses. Stock and equip can be purchased. GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "Realtors" 74 W. Washington St. Phone 442: ^2 .ACRES, 12 room house, run rung -water, l 1 ^ baths, finished at tic, located in beautiful valley b> Evitts Creek, hard surface road 4 miles northeast of Cumberland 2VM., i mile off Route 40. Excellent possibility for a 2 family house or country i^itib. Concrete porch oti 3^4 sides' flrst floor, also 2nd floor porch. Artesian well. 3 ^ acres woodland and bordering creek with possibilities of summer cottages; price $16.000. For further information write J. J. Dugan, 1304 Pale Drive. Silver Spriner._Mj_ 11 A. S rooms. A real location. s £., A ' 7 rooms - Barn nxed for milk hilo. Possession this spring. 38 A. 9 rooms. Priced to sell. 165 A. 2 houses. Running water. Blue grass pasture dairy farm C. E. WINGER 2.">6 Ilager St. Phone 2SS3 150 ACRE FARM in Welsh Run Section; good state of cultivation rattle barn and other outbuildings 7 room brick dwelling: all buildings wired, for et«ctricuy which will be installed by April 1st. Cow barn with stanchions for 36 cows Well and running stream. Immediate Possession. Owner will leave half purchase price in propertv HUTSON-HET/5ER AGENCY S. H. Staubs. Assor. 7 Summit Ave Phone 129S for Snlc A BEAUTIFUL 7 room frame and brick, Pre-War built. 100 ft. front age on desirable corner in Foun tain Head. Very Modern. T^avatorj l«t floor, hot water circulating heat, stoker, laundry, playroom g;ir;iire ai!:i chert. Immed. Poss Priced to sell. AN" S ROOM frame in good condition, hardwood tloor.s, air cuud he;it. Moker fired, suitable for du- plf:x. Reynolds Ave $11.000 A :>. STORY brick apartment house centrally located in excellent, condition. Poxx. 1st floor April .Is: Priced to sell. 12iA A., S room brick, electric, water in kitchen, furnace, all in excellent condition. Large stable, chicken house, other bldgs. Poss. Maj 1st $ S7S - f 4 A.. 9 room brick, furnace, electrir fiMern and spring, garage. Irnmed Foss $6900 CARROLL L. P.AECHTEL 2nd Nat'l Bank Bid %. Phone 1201 A BEAUTIFUL HOME" Modern kitchen, larpre living room with fireplare, hnrdwoocl floors, hot air heat, 1 s; 2 acre of ground. K. Knrl "Whitmnre _A.__L. 7.AHX PHONE A. DESIRABLE W. Washington St 1.1 room brick. Id*eal rooming hons c.'in be easily converted to 3 apt Early possession. MARYLAND ,AVK.—6 rooms, ne bath, rurnace. Jmtned, l ! /i ... f> ROOM frame, electric well. ciftern. ontbldgs.. berries, frtilt. bus service. Inuned. poss Af. ^. DORSP3Y Office 10g Price Bide. Ph. 2774-W c« for S DUPLEX NORTH END ^rODKRN CORNER property. One of the best locations in the city for a Drug Store. Priced to Sell. BROADWAY DUPLEX jET THE rent you collect pay for your modern home. Price. .J10.000 HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. "Realtors" 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 166 FOUNTAIN HEAD — Beautiful 2- story red brick colonial family 0111=:. lr . living rrn. with fireplace, modern kitchen. 4 Ige. bed- -mH. recreation rm. in bsmt. and garage. Auto.-h. w. heat. Priced te sell. BIG POOL—»/j acre garden land, 4 ''!»;.»r. dwl. new roof, eiec., garage.- JJ.2oO. Ready for occupancy 5ALEM AVE.VUK—Attractive new modern Cape Cot" home with 5 rms., beautiful lot. Poss. April 1 .'LK^ELAND AVENUE— Delightful attractive modern 6-room house, pre-war construction, hot water heat and garage. Excellent value. Early possession. 3AS STATION—Cor. location, doing- nice business, $7,50000 N - B. ROW 15. 2C N. Potomac St •OR SALE—Preferably to veteran. Beautiful home Fairgreen Acres. 5 rooms, attachcc yarage. Phone j>42. ''ULL information on home loans to Veterans. No obligation. First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001. INVESTMENTS TWO beautifully located apartment properties each containing fi apartments with excellent tenants. Priced far below replacement cost. Owners have good reasons for selling and either property can he liberally financed at reasonable rate of interest. BREWER AN'D L1NDREY Second Nai'l Bank Bld^. Ph. 2481 The Morning Heraid, Hagerstown, Md. NINE Monday, March 24, 1947. Emplormt-nt GO FAR EAST YOUNG MAN A number of the famous baUle- tested divisions on duty in Japan and Korea are now accepting the en- liwtmonis of hanripioked. keen young men for service in the Far East. Among these great fighting divi- .sions are surh noted units as-the, 1st Cavalry Division—The "Cavalry Troopers." now in mechanized in Japan. First U. S, unit to reach Manila and Tokyo. Fought one of the war's wildest battles taking Momote airstrip on Los Negros. Received Distinguished Unit Citations for action on Los Negros. Kwajalein and Leyte. 6(h Infantry Division—"The Red Star," now In Korea saw terrific action in New Guinea and Sansal>or, played a vital role in clearing the Japs from Luzon. Philippine Islands. 7th Infantry Division— "Hourglass Division," now in Korea. First to recapture American terri 1 - 'ory from Japs. Eight Distinpruitihed Unit Citations for action on Attu. A .'(-year enlistment for duty in the Orient will enable you to choose one of these famous divisions—and you can be a part of it. flowi Initial training in the United States! Sports and re^-eatiori are highly developed in this area. A 20% increase in pay for overseas service, plus many additional advantages makes this a fine chance or a young man who wants to see istaiit lands and fill an important ost in the peacetime Army. Get nil details at the U. S. Army Re- ruiting Station. 1st Floor. City Hall, iagerstown, Md.., VICE modern homo near center of city. Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Early poss. 23 N. Mulberry after 5 p. m. OLD ESTABLISHED service station good location. Apply Room 302. ?.ml Nat'l Bunk Bldg. John E. Tay- J o r. RJJAL ESTATE, insurance, mortgage loans and auto financing. JOHN F. BEARD. Phone 19S5-W. W. WASHINGTON ST.—? rooms and bath. 40 x 250 lot. In very good condition. Price his 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" 74 W. Washington St. Ph. 4423 6 ROOM HOUSE. 17 acres, 3 cleared, balance timber. S miles from "town along Dual Highway, next to Stottlemyer's Garage. Double garage. 2 chicken houses, corn crib, hog yard. Well and cistern. Electric and variety of fruit and berries. Some frontage on Dual Highway. Apply same. H. C. Edwards. 3 ROOM frame house. Must be moved. Walter M. Stuller opposite Greensburg Lutheran Church. ROOM House, Rohrersvllle District. Ap'prox acre of ground, 4 outbuildings, well, electric. On hard road. US.OOP.. Write Box 92 c/o H-M ROOM Brick House. Electric and water. Large lot. Outbuildings. Fair Condition. Smithsburg. Apply Wade R. Wolfe, Cavetown. 7 to 12 noon. Lota lor Sale BUILDING LOT— 60x218, 5 ,i-mile east of town on Mt. Etna Rd.. 20x:iO excavation on lot. Ready for foundation. Apply Anna Lynch. RL 3 5 p. m. BUILDING Lots—Any desired frontage. In South End, Apply Baker 10". E. Howard St. DESIRABLE Lots in good locations CARROLL L. BAECHTEL 2nd Nafl Bank Bldg. Ph. 120 FOR SALE 1 Corner Building T^ot SO'1200 1 Foundation dug. Level and -wel located. 8/10 mi. from-City Limit along U. S. Route 40 West, nea Cedar Lawn. This vicinity is build ing !ip fast Apply 334 Summit Ave. or call 953-J ,after 5 p m HALFWAY Section—10 acres. Gas electric, ivater available. 12000 Apply 441 Summit Ave. LOT 50x200 on Salem Ave. Reduced for qntck. sale. Phone 1351-R after 5 p. m. LOTS WEST END —Summer St. Approx 32-l'xlOK*. Ideal for commercial Very cheap. POINT SALEM DRIVE—On hard rd Approx. 1 acre lots 1500.00 each. HALFWAY—60x450. Priced reason able. WEST END—Oxford Circle. 50x150 Only 5700.00. GAYLORD-BROOKS £ CO. "Realtors" _7i W. Washington St. Ph. 4423. TWO tracts of land, edge of Smiths hu-.g. One fronting on W. Water Kc. Extd. Approximately 5 acre? Benjamin F. Snyder. T. 0. Box 63 .'imit.hshurg, McL Classified Display T.(ve«tock. ROT2 BABI ' CHICKS Live, Lay and Pay Nine standard breeds. Sexed pullet* and cockerels. Special prlca on Leghorns and heavy cocVc- flrels. .Ml breeder? culled and bio- 'J-teste''. Free Catalogue and Prlca List RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poultry Farm and Hatchery Box oF. Fort London, Pa- Phone SL Thomas 1S7R21 EmpiOTment A FIFTH down gets immediate possession of " brick houses on Elizabeth and George Streets. Apply 133 V-tomnc Pt. or phone 612. A TO room brick house, modern Summit Ave. U. L. Cook. Hasj'st _Trijst_( 'o. T<lil£r.__ Ph. i;»7o-\V. coNT i•: A"I : v"" ro ~R EcT:NT~RI ! ;MORS J. 1 *,.! FIAMTLTON RFA T D IS STILL FOR .SALF. JNSPKCTMXV HV APPOINTMENT 1'HONK 2164-V.' } v ._HAj:i>.L!> WVAMI_lL _ COf'NfR'Y" HOME—Owned by .,.,,. "" r<^;i(l from San Nlnf to Mr. 1 )i••!•»;. variety of fru!t and 11. imp.. "> rm. fr. dvvl.. elpr., • •hi-'Ii»-[i ijiul licijir h'Mi."«<» j; - tniin-!. i*,.-.s. X. vt. RiHVK l''.l<»iiar St. 1. FIXE HOMES -- REASONABLY PRICED FOUNTAIN HEAD— 7 rms.. 2 baths, oil heat. Jmmediata possession. HAMILTON BLVD.— f, . det.-K-hed brick. Excellent location Good condition ............ $950000 FOUNTAIN HEAD— 5 rm. 2 sto'rv brick, automatic heat, double ga- ravre. Price reduced for quick sale with immediate possession OAK HILT, AVE.— Owner leaving city, has reduced price on S room benntifuHv located brick home. HALFWAY — Modern 6 rm. frame covered with asbestos shingles. A comfortable home. List your property «\vith us Proven ability and sincere effort will justify your confidence. Call Mr. l.indsey or Mr. $c>bert RRKWKR ANT) LTNDSRY Second Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. Urgently Needed! Mania® Pnpeffntfc Apply in person. Mon. thru Fri. S a.m. TO 4:30 p.m. DO NOT WRITE Shipbuilding Division Employment Office 815 Key Highway Baltimore, Md. Merchamllne ' FOR SALE GYPSUM WALL &'CEILING BOARD 4'xS' ROCK LATH # PLASTER DEAN A. KEAGY 160 SUMMIT, AVE. Telephone 3826-J. NEW AND USED HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Oil parts and accessories Whizzer Bike Motors MAC'S CYCLE SHOP 4 S. Mulberry St. Public Sale PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR D*«te« of coming salet art lilted here. Refer to date and paper Mitel below for advertisement . «f property to be offered. HULL, MRS. LAWRENCE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE SALE WED.. MAR. 26, 1947 Adv. appears March IS. 22 and 25. in THE MORNING HERALD WYAND, MRS. GEORGE STOCK A Nil MACHINERY Sale on Thursday March 27, 1947 Adv. appears Mar. 15. 22. 26 in THE MORNING HERALD WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26, 1947 Corner of Poplar Street and High Street in Funkstown Sale at 12 O'clock Noon. 9 pc. dining room suite, mahogany combination writing desk and chair. Mag-lc Chef combination coal and gas range. 5 pc. breakfast set. hall racks, lounge chair and stool, occasional chairs, odd chairs, electric Maytag washing- machine, set 2 metal tubs on rack, new S fu Cold Spot refrigerator. 2 bu. 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 congoleum rugs, other rugs. Community. Set- silver ware, lot fine dishes, floor lamps. Jot -other dishes, lamps, full line kitchen utensils, shot gun and 2 rifles, iron kettles, screw jack. vise; etc., porch glider, metal porch furniture, lot linens. , ^ Antiques: _ l.oye seats. 2 walnut M. T. bedroom suits, 3 walnut 'wardrobes, several walnut 4 leg stands, 2 ?narble top stands, dutch cupboard, dough tray. 6 solid chairs, army musketo. mirrors. 1940 Oldsmobile 70, 5 passenger coupe. A-l condition. Terms: CASH. No goods removed until settled for. ROY 0. SOUTH. AucL: Eigenbrode. Clerk: Tonne 1 . ' • Hundreds selling their autos in classification U while prices are HIGH. Public S»le NEW ELECTRIC and GASOLINE POWERED LAWN MOWERS Immediate Delivery Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. Public Sale WILL BE SOLD AT " - ; ...... GREENCASTLE (Pa.) LIVESTOCK MARKET THURSDAY. MARCH 27th. AT 1 P. M. SHARP 50 HEAD OF WORK HORSES AND COLTS . • From a medium priced horse to the best that grows. I sold 4.0 head at Greencaatle Livestock Market March 6, 1947 and the farmers who bought them, liked them. For this sale I have , . 20 SINGLE LINE LEADERS • A lot of mated teams, all colors . . . sorrels, roans, 3 pairs outstanding dapple gray teams, a leader with each team. "One pair of sorrel horses, closely mated, an outstanding: team. These horse* -were bought by me . . .some in Franklin County,'Pa., some in Montgomery County, Md., some in Louden County. Va. All .home horses. If some of you good people have never bought horses-from-me. ask your neighbor ... he will tell you what you want to know about me. Always buy horses from people that you can buy from with confidence. .. Be here sure If you want horses ... if vou don't want to buy, come in and get a good dinner, because Mrs. Potter serves the best. . - W. 0. DOSH, Owner Gaithersburj? (Montgomery County) Md. PUBLIC [AECi TUESDAY AT 11 A.M. Discontinuing farming:, will have a clean up sale on "Harry Newcomer .. m - . one mil e west of Kline'» Mill on road leading: from *Roibury to -Jlillpoint. • -.. v : • STOCK— 5 horses, three rood leaders, two strap horses. Zl head cattle, mostly Guernsey, 3 with calves by side. 2 close springers, 5 in good flow of milk. 7 yearling heifers. 4 young bulls, T. B. and Bang tested/ .,„ ,^ A:R MING IMPLEMENTS—( broad tread wagons, 2 with beds; 2 set -0 it. shfclvings; McCormick-Deering binder 7 ft; McCormick disc drill 10 hoe with boot; 2 McCormick double disc harrows; McCormick dump rake; 2 New Idea manure spreaders; 1 John Deer corn planter; 1 Black Hawk corn planter; 1 3 horsa Wiard plow; one 2 or S horse Vulcan plow; McCormick-Deering riding corn plow; 3 Oliver walking corn plows; 1 single shovel plow; 1 double shovel plow; spring wag-on; wind mill: wire stretch^n',. e hor , se h itch: single, double, triple trees; Myers hav fork -with. 150 ft. rope: electric clippers; forks of nil kind; log chains, breast chains; traces; loO ft hay rope: ice milk cooler; 4 milk cans; buckets and strain- ftr; some butchering- tools; grain cradle;-cream separator; brooder .tovei. Harness for S horses; 3 sets flv nets. »LO*M.. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Dishes, crock*. jar« f bed room furniture.'-and articles not mentioned. Lunch served by Aid Society of Benevola U. B. Church. TERMS; CASH. No good* to be removed nntll settled for. EIGENBRODE^-A act. LONG & KING—Clerks. FAYETTE R. HARP SL5C SALE Mairdhi I, the undersigned, will sell at my residence at Wilsons Store, 7 West of Hagerstown, the following personal property AT 12:30 O'CLOCK 35 HEAD OF CATTLE— 10 head of dairy cows. S TVith calves, some close springers, several fall cows. 7 vaccinated heifers, 3 Holstein. bulls 1 registered; 5 Hereford steers. Holstein, Guernseys and Herefords T B. and blood tested. < 30 HEAD OF HOGS— 5 fat hogs, 2 male hogs, balance »hoats, 50 to 150 Ibs, LUMBER — 2000 ft. of boards. 100 posts, 2 new 12 ft. wooden gates. STORE F.QUIFMENT— 1 electric coffee grinder with pulverizer; 1 Dayton sllcer; 1 Toledo scales that will weigh 30 pounds; 1 show case; pk. measure: Vi bu. measure: electric water pump. HARNESS— 2 sets of Yankee fronts. 1 slightly useei; 2 sets of fly nets; bridles, halters, collars, coupling scraps. FARMING IMPLEMENTS — 1 McCormick-Deersng mower, 1 horse , I double corn plow, 3 horse plow, harrow, -i-horn-* wagon, 2 sets of hay ladders, one IS ft.; wood for single trees and double trees, corn replantef. emory wheel, cider press, electric brooder, good as new. DAIRY EQUIPMENT— 4 milk buckets, three 10-gal. tc,{lk can* milk strainer, milk separator, 2 butter churns. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS— Table top Perfection oil stove, five burner; 2 battery radio?, 2 iron beds & springs, day bed, i victrola, clothes dryer. 4-burner oil stove Tvith bulltin oven; 3 heatrolas. large enough for 4 rooms: 1 Bal Sam stove, 1 cook stove, good as new; 1 coal & wood burner cook stove, 1 oak finished cheat of drawers, fcood; 1 chest of drawers, 1 Westinghouse radio, 1 Majestic radio. 1 living room suite: 6-piece breakfast set, 1 oak table and 4 chairs, 1 oval top mahogany table, electric carpet sweeper with all attachments, 1 drop leaf sewing machine. 1 porcelain sO Ib. refrigerator. 1 oak desk with folding top, 1 porch swing, *4 horse power washing machine engine, good as new; 1 No. 24 cold pack canner, one S-qt water sprinkler, 1 tin tub. 1 wooden tub. I garden plow, clothes basket.s, corn sheller. rocking chair*. 1 iron xv-heelbarrow, 1 oven for oil stove, steel -wedges, roll of barbed wire, coil bed springs, antique baby cradle, baby bed & chair. m7 — S3 Ford 2-door Sedan. 50 Pullets — Barred Rocks and New Hampshire Beds. TERMS: CASH. No goods removed until settled for. Lunch Privileges Reserved. RENNER— Axiot. FOCKLKR & FOCKLER— Clerks. S. J30RSEY MARTIN Employment Employment We Are Ready to Add 3 SKILLED MECHANICS' to Our Staff TOP SALARY 5& DAY WEEK Tour work made easier by using two post Weaver lifts. MODERN DAY-LIGHT PLANT VACATION "WITH PAY 928 Philadelphia Avenue SILVER SPRING SHEPHERD 3900

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