The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 25, 1947 · Page 5
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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TT\ A I i> \y~ TTi ?Wi^——-- — —* — „„_.,.: **** ' lAAlKl bhED— Let Howard's assist you in building: a quality dairy feed r.anW our i ? wn * rains - Free and capable advisory service. Howard's _g.p_r<-tnU In — - FiiDSO.V tractor o double f;a iu . 12" plow. Applv Kus- *±lLJ^en 4 _JjnJja^ * Md '' 0 CK-l>eerh>K 'tt'iVfe "woJT- _'-lj bottom plow. v s v i i e * ' 1 Uobert I J_ _ V cCO KM I CK - DE F.R J .\<JTdTs^~lc7Tf- rim! £ eui i ls '! 1( ? w - - bottom:' Little • Wonder 2 bottom plow \n. Ply. Jacob M. Carbaush. Clear- -Hprmg. Ph. Clearsprm^^-M; TWO waycn." bed auTTr.?- dors. Good. J. K. Becklev. I mile west of Chewsvillo ' ut Conl NORRIS ctaTco "— --„-- grade stoker coal ' screened and treated. Guaranteed to live Kood service In any make clinker- luff type stoker. $3.75 ton Johnstown washed coal. screened-trVat- vV eu v l Srt l ? v ) c V 0 - 5 ,?- l °°, % L * k *"* v «iilev reri n«), hard coal, nut and SL'PER HOUSE PAiXT Qtiai't .. Gallon . 5 Gallon $ $25.7 Quart , ENAMEL Quart Gallon M. iOD COLOitS M O.VTG OME R Y \VA RD V'ANlTT^AIH BXRICHJBD FLOUR" \\e now have ,n stock, n'ith th same good quality and richnes you have enjoyed in the past. Tha m,v^ ity Fair Knriched Flour n mN PEJ2D & IMPLEMENT Penna. Ave.. riagerstown. Md _-_„_ .j CHILD'S Hummer coat" and hat. aiz 4. practically new. JlO; boy's sum mec coat and hat, size 4.'$5. Ph <>'J:j-J. l Wayside Ave. been tested and ai , our local laboratories.' 147 fc Franklin St. Phone 15S2 We als ^•'e Breakctts. Special for ho water dnky and hot air fur come* l ° n ' N ' ew customer s we r ii B- o- ^Immediate dellven .Call K & S Pinwonrl 3804 X^^X, LAH CE LOAD 5f d7 kindling wood $G. Half load J .Phone 3437. To_K«i _ , , nR x-arleti wholesale and retail .# A £ TIN ' S COLD STORAGE drtleburg Plko PhoneJU" Household -~-^ "metered" Gas service r Immediate Installation. Jones Appliance Service """ !t \Z2i_ Phone V NCI ? t SALF of furniture and E REFRIG ERATO R= P»« 590. Can be Franklin. Isfflnr. ,- RAN-GE— Pre-\\ ; ar late model. ROPER gas stove forTale. Oven'oi condition. Applv 40 floor left repaired. "frfeeraror. fi cubi -=-iJ.ditiQ]>. Phone 31015-R D- BURNER Oil -ian£?e \VuiTbinTnn oven. Good condition. J Earl liar . Bridgeport -- - - ...... — - — ^ M«chlnery nnd Toolii _ r,- W >^ Clllti Deere tractor. Ca<= " - - eav% harrows, .corn pickers, garden tractors, concrete mixers New Ides fepreacler r noored sides! binders disc drills, bottom plows, McCor hi l » C m" Deerine disc Plow-overhead beam, mowers, rubber tired wag ons. soil mulchers. Rotary hose lo of other used machinery. Genera repair on farm machinerv anc automobile repair. Acetylene anr electric welding. Phone 4161 B G Irnplement Co.. 400 McDowel Ave. Tucker Buysard. Mjrr SALE—'Welding equipment . . s, speed reducers and fla belts and pulleys, -chain hoists electric hoists, basement and unsure, and heating boilers stokers exhaust fans scales, bench grind- HAGE FIST.OWN KQUIPMEXT CO. Hag-grstown. Md. ^ARDEN TRACTORS— 3 sizes A! ?,L ta ^r.ments. Immediate delivery Phone Guy c. Kline. Myersvilie • N'EW garclon tractors—one " H R. one n H P. Apply Llovd R Kline, t.avetown. ^rf^ REFtNISHED and TI-IOROUGHLT RECONDITIONED PIANOS ? JS9.50 up -fHOCKET'S FURNITURE CO Z2>-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1JOS I p in en t RADIO—Cabinet Airline. 5 tubes. ^ Apply 64h Potomac Ave. Spccln}f in fhe Stor c p«.. T .vo« S38.50 up FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO 33 \r. Antictam St. BEE SUPPLIES SMOKERS — Yens — Sections Escapes — .Excluders _ Brushes- Wrapper^ etc. Sorry no hives or frames. Get ready for the honey flow- now. J SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. TO Ib. bag FERTILIZER 14.00 $2.50 J1.50 j so Sfl IK :>0 Ib. ba.g ........ *•> nn FERTILIZER SPREADER— lY-inch FERTILIZER ' SPREADER-20 $ -lnch s'^e ........ .... $10 ?f> '™& MXEJOF GRASS 'SF.KD FLLL LTNF, OF POULTRY SUPPLIES 5CHINDEL-ROHRER & CO INC . _ -S S. Potomac Pt JI6.20 GOIXG A WAV SOO.V? LUGGAGE. FOR ME\ <~'lub Baps Top Orain 2 Suiter..* >.-,-. -,. Tt>P Grain Ov-rnile BHJC....'.. j'u.' : 'o • v plit Grain Gladstones • S2T.'oO T.UGGAGK FOi: LA OIKS Ovrrnit« Bap ?17'.<S lV «16 ~ Fitted Ovornit.- Kai,-. . .. ". . J"i'rM Pampsouite Wardrobe ''. ' s'M'iifi onite Ov.-niir..:- Basr.i.. m^O otiit" 1'ulhnau Rag-.' . ?•>$ S0 item-)' nCh ' d ' Hi °" aU the a *>ove These pro all genuine leather or bampsonitc composition ba-^s MO.VTGOMERV WARD HEAVY GALVAXIZKO WARE Galv.ini7.efl Pail.-- ^, 10 Galvanized G.irliajje <"ans ?°T; l 0 0 f e *M Xo, TI XT»liv'3ni7f~>/t • 1 • • H line wire .... *"'«*" inn fop* tw:.v|,-d raMe' 'lirnV'.'.'.'. ,73', boa t or .'...' 'ss'To scinxnKL-p.oHrncR x- no. ixc. JUST HECKIVKD A Shipment of Ward's Supreme Fibre Seat Covers Sturdy — Quality Construction Sizes for all popular model autos 2 and 4 door sedans (Auto Arvc.'ssoric.'s Dept ) MONTGOMKRY WARD Meat prices- still high, rai?e some chick*—Buy from classification 43. _V>>nted—To Bay v, nri to Sam's Eicnange wil you the highest cash valu t- your used furniture bric-a oi-ac glassware and househok S?°?* .£ e - t .?. am cal! on voi. now __. . _ HlOl-lE^T cash prices paid for '"new and used furniture Forsyth* stor _age. Mill St. Phon^ 8«-J », A -'^-ii'D—Living- room .-suite an winthrop writing desk. Must be i good condition. Phone 403S-F-'' CKXTIIAU—Summi' Ave. 173—larg cheerful from room. Quiet home Suitable for tWQ- LARGE FRONT room for 2 persons Modern furnishings. Heated w. Washington Su ROOM FOR REXT-^Gcutleman pre _ferred. 520Bro^-n Ave FURNISHED bedrooms fo men. 1 or 2 in room on bus line Garage available. Write Box S5 c/o Herald-Mail. Ha»lne«» Pl«cf» ror Rent STORE ROOMS, offices, storage and manufacturing spact for rent _G_ROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av Parnm nut La»il» for Rent 7 'n ALRE FARM wiih 3 room house for rent on shares. Also 30 to 10 ac-es with S room house, for ren on money rent. GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit A Wanted—'fj Hem CLAIM adjuster for Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co. xvants unfurnished two or: three bedroom apartme'nt or house for wife school-age, son and self. Veteran Permanently located in Hager« town. Call 2S54 9 to 5 1 AM just a few days old and have no place to take my new mother :md daddy. The three of us need a turnished, apartment to take care of me. and I romise I'll take good care of the place. Call 2SU or SALES EXECUTIVE desires 6'room house in residential section of Hagerstown as a permanent residence. Family consists of wife and one H yr. old child. Would 'like to have possession.about June 1st v\ ill accept conditions of lease and advance payment. Write Box 77 c/o Herald-Mail. \ E1LRAN needs 4 or S rm. house or apt. in or out of town. Furnished or unfurnished. Ref. Ph. J550-.7 \\A.\TED to rent or buy: building large enough for commercial garage, in or near citv. Write Box 94 c/o Herald-Mail " —3 or 4 room furnished apt. Employed couple. No children Phone 2S32 between 8 and 5 WANTED by married couple: 3 01 more room furnished apt. or cottage in Pen-Mar or Blue Ridge Summit. Write Box 95 c/o Herald- Mall. RANTED BY family of S—5 roo~m house with electric on a farm. Will help to do work morning and evf-ning. Write Box 90 c/o Herald- Mail. AN a ED—Bu.ild'ng with approximately 2.-,00 square feet for storage. Railroad siding preferred Ha- geratowti Rubber Co \v ANTED — 2 bedroom apt by family o f : adults, both--employed". 1 ermanent residents. excellent references. Phone 66S. S:30 a. m jo .•> p. m. WANTED—2 or 3 garage? for stor- a gL«- Phone Keedvsville 7-F-31 WIDOW lady desires 2 or 3 room unfurnished apt. No children or pets. Phone 1551-R Brolcem In Rcnl E»tnte R r OR BEST RESULTS — List your property for sale with- • R. A. McCUNE 4t2-2nd Xa.fl Bank Bids. ,Phone 4. Farnia xnd Landafor S»lc SS V REAL FARM—Close to town~22 acres. 7 room stone house dairy barn, electric, well, cistern and other necessary buildings JOHN L. SWAIN AGENCY -0 Summit Ave. Phone 20S9-J. 1 A. !> rooms. A real location 2 A. 7 rooms. Barn fixed for milk. -Mlo. Possession this spring. S_A. 9 rooms. Priced to sei'l.i &•> A. 2 houses. Running- water, blue grass pasture dairy farm C. E. WINGER I_^L_ Phone 2S53 FARMS PEASANT WALK RD—3 miles rom Myerpvllle. 36 acres 30 tillable. .Small house. new barn Kcabonable, TYERSVILLK-BOONSBORO RD. — 1- miles from Ha^erstowu 42 acres. Part stone. 6 room house All necessary outbuildings All stock;.'and equipment included if sold by April 1st. CHEWSVTLLE-LEITERSBURG RD —52 acres. All tillable. 7 room shu.trle house. Bank barn. 3 chicken houses. Stock and enuip can be purchased. GAYLORD-BROOKS & co. "Realtors" 74 W. Washington St. Phone 4423 ACRE FARM in \Velsh R,, n Section: good state of cultivation- rattle barn and other outbuildings'< room brick dwelling; nil bui'lO- ings wired for electricity -which will be installed by April ']?t Cow bam with -stanchions for 36 cows V\ell and runninp stream. Immediate Possession. Owner will leave half purchase price in propertv HUTSON-HETZER A G KXC V S. FT. Staubs Assoc " T Summit Ave. Phone 1"r>S for Snip ; ,,_ 8-1 I>!-".\t r TIFi • L 7 room frnme and brick. Pre-War built, 100 ft. frontage on desirable corner in Fountain Head. Very Modern. Lavatory 1st floor, hot water cir^ulatirip heat, stoker, laundry, playroom -arape attached. Immed. " Poss' Prir-ed to sell. X S ROOM frame in good condition, hardwood floors. " air cond heat, stoker fired, suitable for du" u ; x -.J5f>'"°l cl - w Av e -. MYWi brick apartnu-nt house Mitrally located in excellent condition. Po.^. 1st floor April 1st Priced to sell. 2 T ,i A.. S room brick, electric wnter in kitehen furnace, nil in exof.llerit condition. Large stable. chicken x iouse. other bldps. Poss. May A.. ^ loom brink, furna«'f'.' elrctrb-, •iv»«'r!i and spring, garagf. Immr-rl CAP.ROLL -. BAKCHTKL nn_N:in p.;M-»l<_Jl1rtg. Phono 12IM <;Ol'XTKY Home; :> TVib?s~~ou7~ r 1 room frame dwelling ,<fr nut buUd- ings. r» acrf-s farming In»u5 »"v- S terns mountain land. aH for $.",000 DESfKA'F!LF.~~W~ W........ lp .^., 13 room brick, ideal roomVrig'houso" •an be easily converted to 3 apts' barly possession. iARvj.AXD AVE.—6 rooms, new :>ath. furnace. Immed. poss. v* . 6 ROOM frame, electric well cistern, outbid*?., berries, fruit' bus service. Immed. nos.s M. ... DORSET HHLGrioe Bids. Ph. 277-i-W 10 room brick house, mod"er"i7 Ave. R. L. Onok, _-_Rldg\_Ph. 1970-W OXTRARY TO RKCENT~P;L l."vL l l HAMILTON BLVD IS STILL FOR SAT.K NSPKCT10N BY APPOINTMENT PffONF. 21R4-W W. HAROLD WYAXD (Owner) for Siihp _ __ ___ BRICK 10 rooms, steam heat, 0! burner, hardwood floors, Karat Very desirable for large famllv o t;> convert into L' or ^ apartments Good location, well constructed iarg-u porch. Possession In tw weeks. A VKKY LARGE brick suitable fo o apartments. South Knd. Stean heat, two baths, immediate posses ston. 15'Hh properties are cheap at ores ent day building co.stw GUY L, DOUB JOHN- L. SWAIN AGENCY .20 Suimiiit Ave. Pimm; •.'tj.SU-j COUNTR y HOil E— 0 wnedTby~D~r Howe on road from San Mar to Mt Lena, 1 acre, variety of fruit am garden, imp.. 5 rm. fr. dwl., elec, well, chicken and hok' houses $2 •!00. J mined, poss. N. B. ROWE _2'j N. l j otoinac St. COUNTliy HOME at City Limits 'e room.s, electric. Garage", stable.' 1 chicken houses, l acres. 53750 1 erm.s. Inujiediatw possession _GR01I REALTY CO.. 40 Summit A\ FINE HOMES - REASONABLY PRICED FOUNTAIN HEAD—7 rms., 2 baths oil heat, immediate possession. HAMILTON BLVD.-G room/'sem detached brick. Excellent locution Good condition S9500 0 FOUNTAIN HKAD-5 riii. 2 atorj brick, automatic heat, double ea- niffe. Price reduced for quick sale with immediate possession. OAK HILL AVE.—Owner leaving- city, has reduced price on 8 roon beautifully located brick home HALFWAY—Modern 6 rm frame covered with asbestos shingrles. 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 Nat'l Bank Bldp. Ph. 2431 DUPLEX NORTH EXD MODERN' CORNER property. One of the best locations in the citv for a Drug Store. Priced to Sell BROADWAY DUPLEX .>ET THE rent you collect pay for your modern home. Price. .J10.000 HAGERSTOWX REALTY CO. "Realtors" 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 165 FOUNTAIN HEAD — Beautiful 2- story red brick colonial family pnii. If. . living- rm. with fireplace, modern kitchen. 4 }ge. bed"ms, recreation rm. In bsmt. and JTarage. Auto.-h. w. heat. Priced to sell. BIG POOL—'*i acre garden land. 4 rm, fr. dwl. new roof, elec. garage ?3,250. Ready for occupancy. SALEM AVENUE—Attractive, new modern Cape Cor 1 home with 5 rms., beautiful lot. Poss. April 1 :LE"ELAND AVENUE— Delightful attractive modern 6-room house, pre-war construction, hot water heat and garagre. Excellent value. Early possession. GAS STATION—Cor. location, doing: nice business. $7,500.00 N. R. RQWE. 26 X. Potomac St OR SALE—Preferably to veteran. Beautiful home Fairgreen Acres, a rooms, attachec garage. Phone FOR SALE—due to illness. A very attractive retail business. A real opportunity for man and wife STROLE REALTY CO. 17 Summit Ave. FOR SALE—with possession to suit (25) one and two room cabins; furniture and fixtures; with large tract ot timber land adjoininp r S. RoutR 40. At a price of 2/3 of the KM I appraisal. ST. ROLE REALTY CO. 17 Summit Ave. HAMILTON BLVD. — 900 blk. 6 room brick, well built, half double hardwood floors, hot water heat', garage. Possession not later July 1. Phone 1-520. Office 131 W. Washington St. S. \V. Sowers IF YOU are looking for a home that will pay for itself nncl give you a living at the same time. 10 rooms. 2 baths, 3 concreted cellars, stoker fired hot water heat, in a residential district, I have it. John F Beard. Phone 1SS5-W. INVESTMENTS TWO beautifully located apartment properties each containing- 6 apart- mei.ts with excellent tenants. Priced far below replacement cost. Owners have grood reasons for sell- ins and either property can he liberally financed at reasonable rate of interest. BREWER AND LTNDSET Second Nat'l Bank Bids. Ph. 2-iSl iCIJHN AVE.—New 6 room brick with extra lot. Possession AprJl 1st. Phone 4202 or 232'>. .AKGK MODERN CLUB HOUSE alons Potomac River. 12 room.s, 2 baths, oak floors, steam heat. 4 car garage. 6 acres. Immediate possesxion. Consider trade on town property. GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av ."EW MODERN home. Bath and modern kitchen. Inlaid linoleum. Immediate possession. $S">00. »22 Chestnut St. VICE modern tioma near center of city. Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Karly poss. Apply 39 N. Mulberry after 5pm OLD ESTABLISHED service station. good location. Apply Room ."02. 2nd Nafl Bank Bldg. John E. Taylor. ' __ _ ESTATE, insurance, mortgage loans and auto financing. JOHN F. BEARD. Phone 19SS-W. K ABOUT our popular home payment plan today. To remodel or build. First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. ." N.. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 W. WASHINGTON ST.—7 rooms and bath. 40 Y 250 lot. In very good condition. Price hns just been reduced. ;iTARPSBT"RG—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 ROOM HOUSE 17 acres, 3 cleared. balance timber. S miles from town along Dual Highway, next to Stot- tlemyrr's Garage. Double garage. 2 chick»?n house's, corn crib, hop yard. Well and cistern. Klectric and variety ot" fruit and harries. Some frontage on Highway. ppJv__^jm\__H. _ i *_._ Kjl wards. _ " ROOM frame h'oifsf'." Must bs movert. Walter M. Stuller opposite LICATIO1 .—. • KOO.M House. RoTirers vi'fftV oTs- trict. Approx acre of ground 4 outbuildings. well, electric. On hard _ S.QflQ. Write_n_oxJ> 2_c /of f - M 0.'. WASinXQTON AVE.— s" Cootn house. All modern fonvoni^ticfs Hot water heat. Wm ]•;. M.ioro fi-^j_W. Washington SI. 'I Lot* for Sale 3KAUTTFUL lot. Salem Ave. Ftar- g:iin $. r ,r,o. Large lot with G. R. _. SKAUTfFUL corner lot. Fountain lights. 100.\-1S6. Applv I°(i7 -nar Ay.\ _ 3TH LD 1 N( ; LOT "^6^21$; v^R*. enst of r.)\.-n on >ft. Ktna Rd.. 20xSO p:;cavation nn lot. Ilendy for foun- n. Apply Anna Lynch. Rt. 3 nft<-r Ti p. m. )ESIRARLE r>ots in good locations CAnnoT.r. L. RAECHTEL for quirk sale. Phone 1S5I-R after ' PLOT'S ; :ST E.\T> — Sumtiifi- St. Apnrox. I'xUMt'. Ide;i! for rt>mmet'i-ial. Very cheap. ^OTXT SALEM OR TV V— On hard rd Approx. 1 acre lots ?".00.00 each. IALF\VAY—.'.Ox-ISC'. Priced reasonable. ST r-:.\D—Oxford Circle. T.OxloO Only 5700.00. GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO "Realtors" C1" H X~A~V E.— 2 Tb iTild i'npT.' t .^~ A'P p fy • S1 bert L. Poffenberser, Kuhn Ave. l H>. Wat»-r. lights mid > ( jvvtM-.s Apply ;'-.'!__ J»Teno_we I] AJ.-P. WO tracts of land. ertpe"o"f"SiiiiTt"hT- burg. One fronting on W. Wat or Kxtrl. AppT o.vimatp]y 5 ar-rp?; njamin F. Snydcr. P.'0. Box 63 Smithsburg, Md. .MADELINE H. PEYTON, Com- plalnant vs, LON 1. PEYTON Respondent. ' Xo. 17226 Equily. In The Circuit Court for Washington County in Kguity. The object of this suit is to procure a decree of divorce a vinculo matrlinonii of the plaintiff from the defendant. The bill states that the Plaintiff was married to the defendant on November 21 IlHf, bv a minister of the Gospel at Hagerstown. Maryland, and that she lived JV io, scald i defeildailt U " U1 Januarv Hn't ,i ; l . i r °l l snl<l last "icntioned date the defendant left the plaintiff for the purpose of going to the Citv or Boston to secure employment anil -since said date, tho plaintiff has neither seen nor heard from said defendant; that said plaintiff has attempted to locate the defendant through the Bureau of Missing Persons and through the records of the United States Army but has been unable by any of said means to locate or find the defendant; that subsequent to January 25 l'J4G the plaintiff has come into the possession of certain letters and other papers which show that the said defendant before the marriage as aforesaid, had married a certain Deana Peytor in Yuma, Arizona ° r ab "ut 1941 and that said last m ?. rrja ff fl llas "ever been b V divorce or annulled and Ha n l' d and Bllb - si «ting mar- hf ff * : t, lh , at by reaKOn of th ^ tacts hereinbefore ^ set forth the plaintiff is ad\ jsed. believes and. therefore. says that her marriage to the defendant is, under the Laws of Maryland, null and void ab initio; that he conduct of the plaintiff toward the defendant has always been kind. .utecaonate and above reproach; that no child or children were born as a result or said marriage and that he plaiiit.'.i- fs a resident of Hagers- V 1 ' nJ, Va! l h .V, lglon Cou »t.v. .Maryd. ihe bill prays that the plain- r may be divorced a vinculo rna- trimonii from the defendant: that the _ marriage aforesaid .between the plaintitf and the defendant mav be declared null and void, that " the plaintiff may have the right to resume her maiden name and that the Plaintiff may have such other and turthc-r relief as her case mav require. It is thereupon, this 4ih dav of March, -A, D.. 1947, ordered bv" the Circuit; Court for Washington County in Equity, that the complainant by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some newspaper published In said Washington County once in each of four successive " Kii*(ur«x S n / 10 ^^ AND FARM WIRING Radio Ai Appliances Sales & Service H C i & Fada Radios 50 Gallon IInt Water Heater ™iTT/?,V° Sales & Service NOWELL ELECTRICAL CO.. Inc. State Line. Pa., or 30 Wayside- Ave. Ha serstown, Md. Phone Phone Greencaatla 902-R-21 Real ]}\/nv A ' Estate Man; "Designed for Service" SMALL CLUimOUSE with 1 nere land, kcated at Mt. Lock J1.250 GISORCIA AVE. — « room Frame turnace, all conveniences . ...$S.UO( KaST EXD, two family stone liptis.- two baths, splendic'' heating I'lant. About a; O f an acre. l ' n< JS.500 • * » ^ SEKX'^r-E STATION - scrvi Karate Ii2x-ir), ti roitm bungalow. ;.., I'onycMiieiii.-e.s, \' f aery, good opportunity lor rlglu por.son. OEOIU.IE ST.—double vv<. : ,il)er- board, a mom:' em-b side $•!.: Kl/ILV AVI-J.—. r < room bnu.'.-il, 8 ROOM Rf-Mdenre .on Highland \\Hy. (an easily bo converted into s. Jjuple.t. CHOICE lols on Cavetown Pike. All Inquiries prompt attention. courteous and r,n- V', 0 -, 104 '- K"''"K notice to the said defendant of the object and substance of the bill.- warning him to appear in this Court in person or bv •solicitor on or before the ISth dav of April. A. D.. 1347. to show cause if iny he has, why a decree ought not to be passed as prayed EDWARD OSWALD, TRUE COPY— TEST- Edward Oswald. Clerk. Pete Pumpkin had a wife and couldn't keep her—but then he Man t have ihe Want Ads to help Classified Display GO FAR EAST YOUNG MAN A number of the famous battle- ested divisions on duty in .Japan and Korea are now accepting- the eu- .istments of handpicketi. keen youn& men for service in the Far East. _ Among- these great fighting divi- lons are sueh noted units as the 1st Cavalry Division—The "Cavalry Troopers," now in mechanized ii. Tapan. First U. S. imlt to reach Manla and Tokyo. Fought one of the war's wildest battles taking Momote airstrip on Los Xegros. Received Distinguished Unit Citations for ac:ion on Los X'egros. Kwajalein and -.eyte. 6th Infantry Division—"The Red Star." now In Korea saw terrific action in Xew Guinea nud .Sansa>or. played a vital role in clearing- he Japs from Luzon, Philippine ^Innds. 7th Infantry Division — 'Hour^lass Division," now in Korf>a. "irst to recapture American lerri- ory from .laps. Eipht. Distinpuished I. nit Citations for action on Attvi. A 3-year enlistment for duty in he Orient will enable you to choose one of these famous divisions-—and •ou can be a part of it. following nitial training- in the United" States: Sports and re—eatton are highly de- "elopei! in this area. A 20% incrense in pay for over- ens service, plus many additional xdvantages makes this a fine chance or a young man who wants to see iistant lands and lill an important "'Oft in the peacetime Army, 'let ull details at the U. S. Army Re- ruititip Station. 1st Floor. City Hall Hagerstown. 'Md. Employment URGENTLY NEEDED ! : n A ° ° jUgOTniOc Apply in perpoii. Mon, thru Fri. S a. m. to 4:30 p. m. DO NOT WRITE Shipbuilding: Division Employment Office 815 Key Highway Baltimore, Md. The L. S. Spangler Agency L. S. Spangler — Glenn V. Hall • _Flpor 2nd JCat'l Bank _BJdi Immediate Delivery GENERAL ELECTRIC CHIME CLOCKS. GENERAL ELECTRIC GARBAGE DISPOSALS, fits any sink GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME FREEZERS, 4 cubic ft GENERAL ELECTRIC JUICE KINGS. GENERAL ELECTRIC SWEEPERS. GENERAL ELECTRIC IRONS GENERAL ELECTRIC 60-inch SINKS. ROYAL ELECTRIC SWEEPERS EUREKA ELECTRIC SWEEPERS BENDIX TABLE MODEL RADIOS. BENDFX PHANTOM DIAL END TABLE RADIOS. COLEMAN OIL 30-gal. WATER HEATERS. SIMMONS ELECTRIC BLANKETS. OASIS ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS. GAS RANGES. Equipped for bottle Kas, natural pas or artificial gas SEPCO ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS. 50 K a] SEPCO ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS, SO gal. SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit "Ave. Phone 1203. MARCH XI. 1547 AT 11 O'CLOCK' Di.-x-ontinuinp farming', I will of- !>r lor sale on the above date on th-> John Reecler Farm in Cool Hollou-; Seven hf-tid of horses ;ind colts. Six lu-ad of milk. eo\vs and " ve;irliny heir.-rs. Three head of hogs. KuM line of farm machinery. H.irijfs-s ..nd iminy othpr articlos. TliKMS: C:i.«h on dav of sale. Albert Sampsell ' rod \YEDXESDAY. MARCH 2G 1M7 corner OL Poplar Street au'd Hich Street in Funkstovn f P-'«b: nt 12 O'Clock X 0 on J ])•-•. dining room sultf. mahopanv •tniunntion \vriting- desk and chair ogle chef combination coal and ts ran ire. -, pc breakfast ser. hall cks, lounpe chair nn<! stool - oc Mai^" al rh;i '^.- "M chairs, electric Ma\t;ig washing- machine s-t '' m^tal rubs on rack. n *w "s ft" (old Spot refrigerator. ^ ),„ oi f Heairola. several i rof , b«d.s Hoovf'r sweepfr and atiachmonts Sunb^-nn Mix Mnstcr and attachmt-rits- " flfr "•'" irons. U iron counter' stoolV . f othn- S -n^*. ^mnS'-'T' silver ya r(>- i, H ' nne dishes ^noor •imp.=. Jot othor dishes, lamp's, full luie kitchen utf-DKils;. shot KUJI and - n(!e?=. iron k«»ttlfts. scrr-.w i a rk ^.•""S. ?oTJinS;; er - metni ^ r ' ch> \r T |-' ll /' S: ~ Iov '- 5<iat ?- - walnut -M. 1. bedroom suits. .1 walnut wardrobes, several -.valnut 4 \* K ftand" 1 rnarblo top stands, dutch cupboard' dough tray. 5 solid chairs, army Public 1 will .sell at my farm located 01 Uu< Arilcn and Jmvood road, IV miles off of Route H west ro I)arkosvillo. W. Va., the followini; hvesioclv, on WKIXNESDAr, MARCH 26, 1947 Beginning- at 1:00 P. M. L' HEAD Ot 1 HORSES .\uuidi', blue roan marp, J2 y«-ar old, Knod b-adcr, ami good anywher hitvlnid; Kale, blue ruan mart, y yoar.s old, has \vorko-d som« in the l';:i«1. This will make a line miiiuh*d 4;, 11 HAD OF CATTLE 1'ivo liul.stt'ln I-OWH with < ny -"id.-; '& (iucrjisr-y coxvs with calves by side; 3 Cucniiiov ci will fi-^.shen by day ot sale: ifCu...,,- .>•'•>• roM-i,- win freshen in AunT 1 i..iif:rn.««-y and 1 Holsipin will fjv-sh- «n in ,lnm>: ;j COWK in full flow of milk; ^ ilolsu>in lioifors will frosh- «-n in August; '22 herul'of Ciicrnsi'v "ml Holstt'in h.Mfftrs under )"l mouths old; j white Holstein bull 5'» months old. fu'i HKAD OF One n-jpt.-r.-d Poland'"china .«,..., ,111.1 , |)i Ks; ] ,,,, r(J )n . oll p 0 | ii|1( j ^uuia sy\v and U pig.s- 1 (')• >-«w and r, ,,j K ..-; i s -po l(lH i . so ' vv arrow by day of „;,!<•; i pu ,. f) bred 1 oland Lhinu sow duo to farrow April jri; ]i |, OKS W ein-|iin K r,- om -;. to 1;.0 Ib.s.; as .shoat.s w>M K hlnK M-oin 40 to 100 Ibs.; 1 pure bred male 10 flE.AD OP Pt.fEKP Nlnft ewu.« witti |.,jnbs by side 1 1 purtj bred Shropshire bin-k. One Oliver manure .spreader, al- mr>.st Kood as new. Tvvpniy bushels of potatoes ItM'iuM: Cash. wis & Cookiis, Auctioneers By virtue of Article 22, Sections •MJ..H and SUGfL inclusive 1 , of the Code of Public- J.oca.1 of Maryla mi. as duly enact.f-d Iw Chapter ;:> : .S_ of the Laws of Maryland of I '•'•!•'. notice having- born duly Kivfii in nccordance tliereu'ltii, the'uiidcr- slffiiod will sell at Public Sale hi iront of th«-> Court House in TUESDAY. APRIL 15th. bf-Lu-f-en tlio hours of Two am Thre.-. O'clock, P. .M., all that par- f "t laud situate on ihe East side of the 1'uhlle Koad Icadjnj,' from Harpers Kerry to J'iohn.'rsvjlle in Washington County, Maryland, containing- 2 acres and 10 perches of land, being- the Fame that was conveyed to .Mary E. Holmes by James T. Moore and wife, by deo'd dated December 1, 1D2C. and recorded In Liber 176, folio 13:1 of the \Vash- iupton County Land Itecords. Said parcel of land is charged on the . sscs.sment P.ooks of Washing-ton County, Maryland, in the name of Mar" K. Holmes Estate and is ;o be sold ID satisfy State and County Taxcr for the State of Maryland nid Washington County, interest uid costs due and unpaid which may be thereon and therewith connected Said parrel of land is to be sold for cash at the time and place itornsaid. Anit. of Taxes due: IfM?. J P -H 11) 4 n 19-tO—J2.12 Assessed -\-alue: ?1^0 HUGH K. TROXELL. * County Treasurer. R. \V. Kifrenbrodr-. Auct. By virtue r,f Article 22. Sections Sor.P. and SU.'iP. inclusive, of the Code of Public Local Laws of Mary- laud, as duly enacted by Chapter :'•<".S_ of the Laws of Maryland of PJ-J"), notice having- been duly given in accordance therewith, the under- siKned will sell at. Public Sale in front of the Court House in llagers town, Mnrvlaiid, on TUESDAV, APKIL TIt.h, 1947 between the hours of Two a DC Three O'clock, P. M., all those two parcels of ground situaie about on» mile West <.>/ H.-inoock in WashiriK-- ton County, Maryland. Parcel .\'o. 1. having a frontape of 50 feet and extending: back therefrom -with uniform width 150 feet and is the same conveyed to .fohn T. Younker bv Ii. Hurst Smith and wife by deed Jated March 7. 7:'10. and recorded in Liber 2H. folio f>!).'!, of the \Vash- ngton County Land ]locords. and Parcel Xo. 2 being situate West of Hancock as aforesaid and adjoin- r\K the C. Jt O. Canal on tlie South he Western Maryland Railroad on he North, the lands now or for- i>c-r)y owned by C. .11. Locher on he East and the lands now or for- nerly owned by John \Vidmyer on the West. Snid parcels of land are charged on the Assessment Books of Wash- iiKton County. Maryland, in the- name of John T. Younker.s and are o he sold to satisfy. State and .'nunty Taxes for the State of Mary- aiul and Washing-ton County, iii- tere-n and costs due and unpaid which may be thereon and therewith connected. Said parcels of and arc- to be noJd for cash at the ,imf> and place aforesaid. Parcel No. 1 & 2 Ami. of Taxes due: 1?-M—J2.0r» r.<tf,— 3.:;r. IMC— 3.:to with interest. Asse.««sfd Value: Parr-el Xo. 1 $l.Mi P.-u-,-fl Xi>. 2 10d HCGH TC. TP.OXF.LI,. County Treasurer. 1. W. Eipfiibrodp. A net. . musket... mirror? army coupe. A-I ,, )n diU.V 0> 5 Passcn ^ r Ter ms: CASH. X 0 goods removed mtil settled for. at© •11 at Public Sal.. ,,,i th- ! Mill,.j- arm, fi :nib:.s .south of HitKerstown d.. and ^ miN-tt norrh ,,f Sharp"- yirir. Md.. h.-trer known as ;!>.• ('h.-'s "of! man Ka rni. on Friday, March'28, 1947 RFIGTN.YI.VG AT I ;ftO O'CLOCK A.VTlQri-S—I clu-rry falling Kaf 1 ciiorry safe: ] pl.T t f,,rm o'-kcr; 1 rockniR- f-liair; .1 }\;tr<\ f, o tom < - h;ii rs PUBLIC SALE OF VALTTARLE BPJCK APARTMENT HOUSE KNOWX AS XOS •IT!' \- -{SI POTOMAC STREET rori.XEI: UP POTOMAC STP.EET AXD CHAIiLES STREET. H \ ( ;ERSTO wx. w A s H i x G T o v < -OUXTV, M ATLYL.AXD. It- 1 ' virtue- of an nut.horizntion and . r.u-er <*d in the Last Will am! Testament of (."harles E. Ituacli. d'"'vasc<i, of Pa-'.-»rd in \Vills pr>f>k!,.-r X.,. X". foiio r.O". in the o:Hc- t - "f the JN«j:isTAr .-f \Vill for W ;t «h- inKti-n <'ouni.y. Maryland, the 1111• bM-si»ined Executor will offer at Publir Sale on TTESMAY. APP.TL L'th. I !H 7 in front of the Court House. Ha^ers- t-i«-n. Maryland, between the hours "f I ,.nd .T o'< iork F*. M..'-fhe follow- ii;ir d-'scribert tr.irt or parcel of laud. wi;!\ the improvements thet>- <in. rf which th<- said Charles E. Koai'h <ii"d sei/.f'd and possesst-d. All th;«t !<>t, or parcel of ground situate on the Southwest corner ot Potomac and Charles Streets in n;M:erM.,-,u-n, Maryland, and fronting 70 feet, inorc or less, on snid Potomac Avenue, and has n depth <-.f '_>.MI f>et. more or less, on Charles Sir >>•••(. th same ground ic \voo,j ,. r .-o.-^l rnnitre, used onf. , , ^'•ar: i Lamvl i-hi:uk s;<iv; ; l';^d i let; ! i_-uri!''r- .•iij.iM.artJ; l .-\i .>ns-K,n ¥l^l'^^ .M.V.-y la ^:-«xc:.nt-T^ •••I'-ic: :• «;,n|f.,b<-s. :• l.ii.T:),,^' ••> vaM,s;;n,Ms; ;, iro,, b..,!s : JinolVnm J that was conveyed to Charles Kn.T-h by .Ir.lin \V. S'toiif!>rak'-r. (!••-.•<! dM!->d .July iMst. issi. and' r cord-'d ii, l,ii,*-r .V.>. M. rV.lio j:;s o • •r •!,.- l.:u;.l i;er..rds of Wasliin ir- part which \vns cnnvey,>d in fr'f W. P.-yncMs by K.'l.^rt E Roa I'Aoctit'U-. by i! 1 dated S.-pt..-inl • rd.-d in Liber • ; .'^r of s ;) id WashinsjLon MrrohnnrfUr NEW ELECTRIC and GASOLINE POWERED LA\VX MO\VKUS Immediate Delivery Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. ).);>.- i:':::. !'.,d-,- s.ri ;in in R,vid shape. TEP.MS: r.-\srr ^V-thinsr to bo r. C. Milton Shanll I.ivrNtork ROTZ BABY CHICKS Live. Lay ami Pay Nine standard breeds Soxed pullets and cockerels. Special price on Lephorn? and heavy cockerels. Ml brre<l«*r» culled and bio. •l-teste~. ' l-'reo Catalogue an 1 Price List RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poiiltry Farm xnd Hatchfry Bo^ jF. Fort London. P*.. Phone St. Thomas IS7R2I iiMh. i:<jr.. .-in.i Xo. -.:,. r,.!i L;nni n .* c - <'<«:i t i:y. ''• ''«:'-!i' s I h'-iv-m fiip- M'.-k A pat I m.-;:; Hr.i;<c. •2 t-i->'--ms and an ui!i<: bnshs and 1 lavatory. ^ .'-(part m«-tit s. 0110 ns»-d school — Hoffmeier Pri- •1 and KindorpArten, 'j'--w oil burner 'steam inM,ai>-, n.-arly new. City «'oiivenit-tii-<»s TEP.MS UK SALE: A deposit ,,f ,'::.nfii\(ni on th.' d;<v ..f s.-Ui; win be rei'niircd o; tiie I'lirehascr n;ul tlie buiaitce of said piirchase prii'«> upon iho ratilieation thereof bv 'the Court. Taxes for 1917 will be adjusted and apportion..-,] a? of the day of __ Rental posFession as of the day of if ing )ointmen( for ins-pert ion rty «-.\u V,e made bv tfiejihon- L'-'i-.l. HOP.ERT E. ROACTf.. Expcutrtf of C. K. Konch, , .fos c. Stiyd---!-, Auctioneer. 1. I->'>nald Ankou-\v, Ally. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. Tn«*<ln>-, .March 25, 3947. NINE Public; Sal,. APRIL, 5Lh at 1:00 P. M. We, the iiiidtrsiifiied. will sell a I .Sh'up'sb'ur 1 ' 00 ^ 611 1% mUes fioulh <jf l"m./''° m ^^nwburtr to Antiett'ni J' J.jirm better known a.s V H. Sweeney Farm. 2S 1! E AD OF CATTLE—C uernsey ami m>hst«In holfer.s and steers; one >m:ill oia-nusev bull. AU the above ii.-iturs are vaccinated against banes -' IJEAD OF HOUSES—l' Jiuv l^otae, . years old, offside worker; 1 ;l ol ' el ho r« e - c vcars old. 'offside uniiM'i. J nese are nice size horses •13 HEAD OF SI I OATS UuuTeU?h about .jo ]),».. Iforerord uei t>'» FARMLVG IMPLEMENTS — Mc- '-•onincK-Dtrering- mower, irood Miupc; disc harrow, good shape; Ion- •lowii waKon; drill; walking cultl- u-itor; «et cow clippers, eood- 14. 'l' 1 . 1 ." " 1)lk cooler, gx>od condition, 2 o.»(i°.si C '° " rs a " d liarnc ««; ."addle, J.OT OF POSTS I oci «t .Some r,-nallon buckets; some used coofffijj t[ Ji: crosss-i.-ut MUW; one 50- K-tiion di-tun and faucet; 2 oil stoves' wood ranye; other articles not meri- hundred bushels of corn. ( . ; V'"''''rosferye.l by Ladies Aid So- 'i'" -, , hllri --li of (Jod, Mr. Briar JhKMS: Cash ihe day of sale. Herbert Myers Oscar Myers Aiu-t.— If. S-. C'liurchoy, ' WEDNESDAY/, MARCi; 26. 1047 SALE AT J:00 P. il, I, UK: undi-rsipned. will sell on tho " >«v» dHte, on the J. Lawrence Hull Kvn,,. one m ,| e East of Big Sprint' and one mile West of CharVton: -M,'!?,? 0 l>lece 1IvlnK root " suit,--, c •in tui vie cane seat chairs 3 rocJunir chairs r, living room chairs 10 kPt- clifin chairs. 2 antique cord' beds ] • Ms trundle bed, 5 beds, tlW with springs, i vktrola with ->6o ivwnls. 2 stands, l desk, l buffet :-, ai 7- V ]hll ''S room cupboard* glass fronts. 1 sink. 1 kerosene r- stove. I CKB Htov 2 CI ^ l Favorite kitchen range 1 i ,,-- . •• «nc Mis. j t^n-gallon anrl 2 five-tfallon o dozen jars and crocks. 1 five wav •ooker. j-ffallon brass kettle, elet:"- iic iron, electric heater. 1 electric brooder, pood as new. l kerosene bioodf-r. htttcherint' tools. 2 larL'e iron kettles, with riuRs. 1 copper barrel kettle. 2 twelve -foot benches J yard swinp. 2 churns, l 24 -foot larlder. ] eigrht-foot cross cut saw K X n u ealvaiiized buckets, dinner hell, barrels. kep=, dishes, pots pans, lamps, lanterns and nianj-' other articles too numerous to men- TERMS: CASH. MRS. LAWRENCE HULL, Auctioneer: Ttenner. Pufolfc S fift-£ XIJ ' lJue ot Article 22, Sections SOaB and S05R inclusive, of the .ode of Public Local Laws of Mary!*" d - as July enacted by Chapter ..i)S of the Laws of Maryland of I.H'>. notice having been duly givt-n in accordance therewith, the undersigned will sell at Public Sale in trout of the Court House in Hajrers- t-' .'ii, Maryland, on TUESDAY, APRIL 15th. 1947 Jv , lh f hours of Tw '° and S O dock. P. M.. all those lots sltua to In Prospect Place. Washing- ion County, Maryland, a. plat ff «-luch is duly recorded in Plat Rec.- Il0 "' ln the Offlc€ °* *h« width, an alje y: Lot i> 1 - feet on Lin, oad -?? u exten ^s back with n Wld r th ' two hundred feet alle /: Lot No. 251 fronts fifty u In » ! « w ood Road and ex^ back therefrom with uniform width, two hundred an aiuj! Said lots of land are charged on the Assessment Books of Washington Cojmiy. Maryland, in the name "f Industrial Sales and Service fsfv 1 ^ and S r V° be sold ^ »" h/ <£ ? te ? n » rt Cou "ty Taxes for I, 1 * Sta V: of Maryland and Wash- H M°" Bounty, interest and costs *£* and " n P aJ{1 w "ich may be Sa?d ?n l r«n n f d i u ' cr « w 'th connected Sash a th M nd ar " t0 be sold for sahl. ie and - p!ace afore Amt. oC Taxes due: Lots 205 & 2l6t 1941— $4 0* 1946— 2.24 i n , ,-. M '^th interest. J ' ot 2jl ......... 1943— $2.35 1946— -I.S 9 n K. Value: 1 Lot 21G— IOC Lot 251— 75 HUGH K. TROXELL, I.-- ' t Bounty Treasurer. Ligenbrode, Auct. !LEC SAL! OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS AT 21S WINTER ST. Friday, March 28, 1947 AT 1 O'CLOCK Piano, radio, clocks, beds, dress- c-rs rucking chairs, stove, dishes studio couch, chests, some antiques' cash register, and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS.'CASH. Charlotte Provard Auul.—Lewis Renner. I'uhtlc Sale • WILL BE SOLD AT GREENCASTLE (Pa.) LIVESTOCK MARKET THURSDAY. .MARCH 27th, AT 1 P. M. SHARP 50 HEAD OF WORK HORSES AND COLTS ..trom a medium priced horse to the best that grows. I sold 40 head . , „ , 4 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 horse- closely mated, an outstanding team. "'«*™ T hese horses were bought by me ... some in Franklin County, Pa, some in Montgomery County. Md.. some in Louden County Va'. All home Horses. If some oC you good people have never bought horses from me .Ifc'v U h,? el £ hbor V ' he wm , tel1 you whsu you wan ^ to kno ^' ab o™t ml'. 'ays buy horses from people that you can buy from with confidence buy - come ln W. 0. DOSH, Owner Gaithersburg- (Montgomery County) A GOOD PLACE TO .13Ui' — A GOOD PLACE TO SELL AT EYLER' FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1947, at 12:30 Sharp ,.s°x r r^Vr C ' S ht ™? bee " Betting larger and the market is active on all e« sofd 8 ° y<JU Ve a " y llvestock to sel1 this is l he place and Cows' a?"H Snes!''" 16 tO '"''"^ y °" r 5t °° k '" CaH ™' l bu> ' H ° rsCS For this Friday's sale we will have: .S P KG 1A L—10 head of good stock steers K. Head of stock heifers and bulls. HO Hftp.a of fresh cows and close springers ' 7(i Head of work horses, mules and colts w c: always have a lot of good single line leaders. Also harness, calves and hogs. 2500 ^eet of new lumber, all kinds breeds 1 "" **~ ° P ' m " sharp ^" e sel1 5 ' 000 baby'chickens,'all — SPECIAL NOTICE — <ij- ir w ^ llve ont " Bis Sfiddle Horse Sale \V*edncsdav niglu A.pril 9 9^. if you have anything to sell, please get it ready for this sale Trmrmont. THE EYLER LIVESTOCK MARKET Route No. 5. Phone 20.T i ALE—MARCH 2§ 0 I 1 Having sold my farm I will sell at Public Sal« at mv re-idence situa t.-<! \» mile North of Smith«burg O n s -Smithsburg-Ringgold road SALE AT 'l 2:00 NOON FARMING IMPLKMKN-TS— T Deering binder (tractor hitch) 1 two- iriVi e i M h , nibia ." 1Wil «>' on aiul b «>. 1 farm wagon. 1 spring wagon 1 Pen, • rt 1 ^;V' rn , HCk rno , wer - l Bla( -'k Hawk corn planter. 1 hav rake. 1 dump n ow " c\^\^\ [' 1 C °, rn cracker - - 0»ver barshear plows. I Univer^J •' niMk cXns i P i«Tif'»L C 7V ^ Ver> l S ! n)?Ie Shovcl P 10 ^ 1 climbing- lad•i riies" • ' hrffi« •> ^ st , 001 ' l fruu grader. 1 grain cradle, 2 sets Ylnkee " . hrid '- 2 * e ^s plow gears, 2 plow lines. 1 set flv nets traces and Hay by the ton— Straw by the ton. r« ibrarv 4 rancJ ^ chunk " *« sweeper, 1 set quilting frames. 1 bed 6 e , WhlSr i "2 ac . hi " e - ^vlng room suite, rocking board 6 dining room chairs. 1 ivory enam- tables (1 oak. 1 walnut), 1 cupboard. - 3X12 ru *' flour chest - crock,, fruit "' er -\ bed ' walnut dresser. 2 ladder back chairs, t ?, m Chft ! r ?' corner ^"fhoard (cherry), sink, safe Other articles too numerous to mention. lnut) doch trn inut). dough tray. TERMS: CASK. N O goods to be removed until settled for. PAULINE STEVENSON PRANK KRKTSIXGER— Auctioneer HOOVKR & SHK1SS— C!crk.«. ftfe miifiiiijisi pire Grand View Farms, Middletown, Pa. MONDAY, MARCH 31, 10:30 Sharp '-•'•"> Canadian Holsteins. 12:, COXVP. 3 to 6 years old. -(" Canadian Heifers, fresh and closo, many vaccinated. 12 Canadian Bully, sons of Montvic Heimke Pictje Posch, f>dar Dale Pjotje Maxim. This is a groat lot of bulls ready for scrvi.-.-.. i-,- ln bond any lif-rd. S". Canadian bred yearling heifers, all vacoinat^d. 4* Head of 4-H Canadian wpaned heifer and bull calvp5. AM onulo certified t.o hlood and acr:rcrfi1cd. •>•• P«Mina. blood t"st?d grade Holsteins and ^iscrnsevy, jolrt nt 10:^0. K XT ft A SPKCIAL The C. C. Hotter herd of Carlisle. Pa. We bought this entire milking herd of certified cows and it is one of the best herds in Cumberland County. Many fall cows. The herd average for 1946 wns 10,333 milk, 3fi0.7 fat. test 3.77. Among them nine 2 year old hoifors. Cows up to 1S,QOO milk. This herd has been in C. T. A. work for many years. All bred to \Vennland Suzone Confident from Sussex Farms. Will have more show cows and record cows 'ban we ever sold on one sale. Catalog on sale day. Will positively start at 10:30 on grade cowy. GRAND VIEW FARMS. C. S. Erb and H. K*. A 1 wine, Owners and Sales Mgrrs. wn is located S miles South of Harrlsburg on Rt. 230

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