The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 29, 1947 · Page 4
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r Money to Loan. Morfy«|>M £• IOME LOAN'S—To rtnaiK-e~or refinance; full details with no obliira- HOII. r Ji S lr Feciei ' :l1 Savings "- Loan Ass'n. •>_•> .V JgjjjJJJAlLH St. Tel. 1001 _jV»>iiK'(t—To llu >• .VA.NT TO BUY—Kstablislied food market or complete self-service Write Box ]14 c/o II-M. l>r»maflc« 44 -9 daily, i guaranTe* Jo teach every scholar. S'trasser'* Studio g;< w Wash Si Ph finS-w" Dotf*. Cat*. OUu'r_Pgt_K ~ 47 UREDALES—outst.ariding puppies champion bloodlines. A. K (' Reg- 'stered. Write or call Wm K Smith. 6?^0 Dogwood J'ld Bahi- more 7. IMione_Woocllawn :{G'> 3EAUT1>UL cocker j^uifiTlTuwVlos Reasonably priced. Apply 9;u Sum- 111 it Ave. Phone ,'>24-M. ?OR SALE—IJea-Jtlfu'l Chihuahua and I oy Manchester puppies Smallest of all.dqtfs. Write Tharu's Kon? e !', 12 ° F * d «i'"l street. Phone 1107-M, i.'iim'ierhtnd Md 2UADIKE your dog AGAINST fall- liiK hair, dandruff scales ear and cat-Coptic mange, fleas lice ringworm. *nd canker ear. mosquitoes and wood ticks. It works or money, refunded. Dp as the great kennels do. HOWARD'S OF HAGISKSTOWN 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Ph SOI H1LK (,OATS and youtttr-kid scats for sale. Apply Mrs. E. W. Flf-jrel i. R. Crossroads, Dowijsvi'lle Pike C o_«l_ii n <i_Wop A "'" RCA _ d $2?75~and j. load Immediate delivery Cal! K & S Plnwood. 3804. wui -~ A1J Wholesale and retail. , COLD Pike »7 varleti«»; Phone <1J7 Gooda AMERICAN KITCHEN SLN'KS for Immediate Delivery LLOYD W. THOMPSON Phone Keedysville &5-F-2 BUTTLED and \vood combina"- Liue model. Phone HOTTi. E D-UASRanres wllhrT- du-.ed § m<-tered" Gas service rates Immediate installation. Jones Appliance S. rvlce _£l_Summ i I Av e. phgng_l \ CLEARANCE SALE of all kindsTTf used lurniture and household KOOU.S at very low prices. Rear of 2.,^ w. Franklin St.. in alley room formerly occupied bv Dixie ..Supply Co. Phon»> UELU-XK MAGIC CHl-fp—CJas "sTove PPly 33 " X IIor»f»,_C«m e. Other Sto ck _ 48 AIR GOO'p well • -atfd red roan mares.- coming three and four yoars old. Ojio well broken other handled. K p,. Hoover. Creencastle. Pa., R. R. i. Three miles north Livestock Marker^ ELECTRIC refriKerator. wabher. radio, cornet. 5-burrer oil stove, .black & wit i te. :.':!! Suminit_A ve. J_ LARGE S L'Z'E kitchen" cabfneT. double iron bed. 45 E. Amieiam PAIR OP SORREL mares. old. Well-mated. Will weigh around 2SOO Ibs. This team of mares is far above- the average. Sound and stable broken. Phone Keedysville 40-F-i:!. J. Ed^ar Romsherg. Sharpshurjr. _ HORSES— 20 horses iuid iTiTTfes" borne low priced truck patch leaders. Also will !>ny or trade horses or cattle. SHIN Pashen. Dual Highway Stock Farm. 2 GOOD farm horses. 1 black. 1 sorrel; also •> sets britcheu harness. Apply Kdwan! Gipcous, Ma^ers- town. Hniito 2. Western P i k e. t SADDLE horses^ one ed'ill-rited lady and child broke. Apply H X Younghlood, Fiddk-rsbur^ Road ' Ponltry and SuppUca 4 • ANDREWS CHICKS—Day old an~d started, flocks state tested Tube agKlu. Sexed chicks in all breeds. James Andrews Hatchery Hapers- town. Md., RFD Ko. 4 at Middla- ^•>urg. Phone I32:i-J-'J. BABY CHICKS — New Hampshire Rods, excellent for broilers. NOW ON SALE, wholesale and retail NEUHAUSER HATCHERIES 4B W. Church St. Tel. 4271. BABY CHICKS—Day old or started New Hampshire Red. Barre'" Cro»» White Rock« U. S. approved: millo- rum passed. Excellent for strKa or broilen. Cumberland Valley Hatchery lle. Md. .Phnnd 2.0n2J BUY YOUR CHICKS from Howard's because: *. The Ability t. Live, 2. TJu Ability to Grow and 3. The Ability to Lay Eggs is bred in the chicks. Call S06 and place your order today for II O W A R'D' S BLOOD-TESTED CHICKS that are hj-ed rig-ht. 5-7-3 E. Baltimore St. Excellent delivery service. CHICKS—Blood tested. B. Rocks N H. Reds, R. I. Reds. B. Rook crosses or RedrRock'crosses (no Leghorns) S5.9?; per 100. Heavy assorted S4 00 Pullets 512. NATIONAL HATCHERIES OUTLET. 1723 S Sth St Thila. IS.Ta. FQR CHICKS, feeds and poultry supplies, call S36-J-1. Martin's Hatchery. .Wanted—Llrci WANTED—TWO good k'ppp for milk. Phnn, 'ows. • -wifl V.'ANTED —POU:TV of all kinds! Phone Dale B, . Uqh.rcr. JQ1SJ-2 after 5 p. m. o- Smithsburp "S3." b'e- - Artlclea for Siiie II ANTIQUE CHIME mantel clock", solid jnahofeMny. Queen Anne fan hack chair, perfect. Ph. 559-R after Ji p. m. COMPLETE line of Trusses. Abdominal 1 Belts. Supporters of all kinds Crutches, etc. Private fitting room Ealcle's Dr IK 3tore. US W. Wash- ii.. ton St.. Hager.gtown._Md^ ' DAVENPORT—S ft. leather seat aiirt back, like new: B case coca- cola cooler. like new: all kinds used furniture for sale. Apply _Boousboro Sei-oiul Hand .M ark e t DO YOU know that <'nr upholstery clean? beautifully wirh Fina l-'oam"? EYERLY'S DEPT. STORE ; . U h f]nnr._ ELECTRIC rLSTERN—pump ami tank. good condition. Phone 1SPO-M. EXPERT MAYTAG SERVICE HAGERSTOWN MAYTAG CO. 22 S. Potomnc St. PHONE f>62 GARAGE DOORS—1 set standard size. 1 pair double swinging ."'xSy.'. __Also tailored curtains. SOI Dewey GARAGE Equipment. ARO Pressure Greaser. TRANSMISSION Greaser. BATTERY Charger. Apply 329 Linpanore Ave. Phone 42.SI-W. HOOVER SALES ^ SEUVICE . H. C. MYERS N. LoctiFt St. __ Ph. 112SM _ __ ___ NEW AND Ksed radios and record players. Will accept trades. 329 Lingannre Ave. Fhone 4251-W. SEWING find washing machines repaired. Parts for all makes. 329 .Litigjrncrre Ave. Phone 42'. 1-W. _ SINK and wall en hi nets ina(U-> t7> fit your kitchen. Phone 175T.-M. 10 _ A. M. to 4 p. ^r. ____ SOFT CvjAL Stoker. National Jack- pted boiler. Phon^ 24 1 0 - R. Huildlnt Mnfcrinln FOR SALE—Plenty of foundation stone. Apply L. E. Bent?., May- _flowcr Cab Co. ' ROOF PAINT Get our low price for a complete job. LIBERTY ROOFERS. Phone Keedvsville "-F-.tl. n»*inci»* nnd Offlce Bqulpme'nt S-1 RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Electric Soda Fountains: Upholstered Booths: Lacy Electric Hot Cups: Electric Fudge Warmers: Fryers, cas or electric, all sizes: Griddles electric or gap; Heavy Duty Restaurant Gas Ranges: Electric Direct Bfcr Box. H. A. WEISS & SON 225 X .Tonnlhnn St.. Tel. 1315-.T. Office H«!flil>TI1(Mlt DUPLICATORS DITTO direct process and gelatin Niagara- stencil. RONEY'S 25 N. P"tr>mnr St. Phono 10f>^. FOR SALE—Two row Frmiuhftr potato planter, in excellent condition. W. p. Young. Marsh Pike. Phone ' FOR SALE— 2 FarmaTf F20 tractors with cultivators: one F-l \ Farmnll tractor. Lot rubber Tiro farm wng- ons. Low prices. Guy C. Kline, HARD1E Sprnyer. power~;\keoffr n.~> ga!. per mir'piirnp. :">"<) gal. rank. Excellent, condition. Bine Mountain Orchard. Route .6. "West of Emmits- biirc. Md. • SINGER drophead sewing machiiif;. Kxt'cllent condition. (Guaranteed Miller & Eyler Radio Shop. Phone _ ' '•' N ' P IECE walnut dining roon") suite; niahogjuiV flat top desk and chair; ;>, sectional bookcase: porcelain top chrome legs breakfast set; small National cash register; large sink. Sam's Exchange. iK W Franklin St. \\ASHING machines repaired, parts uid wringer rolls. Jones Appliance .Service. 24 Sum m it A v e. P h o n e 2J. ^ ROOMS of furniture including electric refrigerator, washing machine, stove, and antiques. Apply 162 W. Washington St. JM»t;hlnery and Tooli BAND Saw for sale. Apply Rricssner Ave. GARDEN TKACTORS— ?, sizes. AH attachments. Immediate delivery. Phono Guy C. ICline. Myersville 2S01. FULL LINE OF GARAGE EQUIP- -\IENT consisting in part of one I'. S. air compressor: one G. E. fast charger; one 250 volt electric welder: one Van Norman valve seating outtit; two electric drills. Sioux make; four all metal work benches, complete set of taps and dies, one Van Norman bench grinder, two large bench vises, one part cleaning cabinet; one brake lining machine, air operated: full line of jacks and stands: complete line of' hand tools Tor mechanical work. Apply 24 -> X. Queen St.. Martinsburg. W. VaT Phone 145-M. McCORMICK-DEERING Genius" 2 bottom Tractor Plow, only used one year. John Deere side delivery rake, .l-'hone 5S^-J-". \V E L DING E Q UI Pi'lENT\ rnnnps. speed reducers. V and flat belts' and pulleys, chain hoists, electric hoists, basement and undttrgrotind fuel tanks, high pressure and heating boilers, stokers, exhaust fans, .^c.iie.s, oench grinder^, etc. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Hageratown. Md WELDERS—See the Post-War HOBART ARC WELDERS before you buy. Industrial nnd Farm types Supplies. Also AIR COMPRESSORS PEDESTAL GRINDERS. HOBAR'f WELDER SALES CO. P. O Box 7701. B.ilto. 21. Md. PHONE ESSEX 2030. '. NEW garden tractors — one '2 H. I'., one 3 H. P. Appjv Lloyd R. Kline. Cavetown. Md'. RrtcHn Eijnlp ni e n t ftSA XE\V console model radio-phonograph with FM. price J250 with records. Phono 3I5B9-RX *' Socd?<. Plnntn. Fl OS PREPARE NOW FOR SUMMER HO.ME ENJOY-MENT Rose Bushes S5c to $2.15 Shrubs go c Fruit Trees Peaches , *\ 15 Apples s ,; 75 Pears ?2.25 Plums .'. S2.'2n Cherries "-' J2'.00 Bu; now for early planting' MONTGOMERY WARD In [he Storcn ARCTIC Ice Refrigerators 539 5n up T RAN KLIN FURNITURE CO. I-t W. Antictain St. VANITY FAIR ENRICHED FLOUR; We now have in stock, with the same good quality and richness you have enjoyed in the past That good V nity Fair Enriched Flour MARTIN FEED & IMPLEMENT SfiO Pennn. Ave.. Kager.-Uown. Mfl JUST RECEIVED First Large Shipment of New Sch win n Bicycles Lifetime Guarantee $39.50 up HILL'S TOY & NOVELTY STORE 11 S. Potomac St. HEAVY GALVANIZED WARE Galvn.ni7.ed Pails.... 1100 Galvanized Garbage Cans 52 IS Galvanized Tubs "52.50 100 feet No. P galvanizec" clothesline wire fj-, c IflO ffct tw'sted oabl- line... ! .'.7S C NESCO kerosene portable room Beater js.50 SCHINDEL-KOHRER A: CO. INC * 25-2S S. Potomac St. JUST RECEIVED Rural Mail Boxes Heavy Metal J39S HILL'S TOY & NOVELTV .STORE II S. Potomac St. Wcnrln;; \rc\ CZ .SUITS— BLUE and grey plaid, hat and bag to match ?10: -cherry red new. cost ?2f> sell Sl, r >; Navy blue worn once, cost, ?.">0 sell fe20: bine and brown plaid SS. Sizes 12 1o IS COATS—Light blue, white, black', and navv. Jio. Sizes 12 to IS DRESSES—Silks ami cottons. All colors. ??, to S5. Misses n to IS. Expensive clothing-. Like new. Apply Hifi Broadway, first floor. J2 noon to S p. m. n n t cd—To A CALL io Sam's Exchange will bri you the highest cash value f- vo«r used furniture, bric-n- brac, glassware and household poods Let Snm call on vor now. I' b OTI p, 131J-W. H IGH E -T cash prices paid for "new and used furniture Forsythe Stor- «ige._MjlI St. P h on; S49-J WE BUY second haml TurnTuiTrir. Apply 2J:> S. Locust -St.. or phone UTir.-K. ROOITIB \Vithon* McCORMTCK-Deering bottom plow. H inches; dump rake, nearly new.' Lcroy s. Martin. Hagerstown Rt •L- Md. A SLEEP! NX? room suitable for one or two with private family. Vail after 6 p. m. at 15 Aval on Ave. ?ies preferred. PAPEC Hammer Mill. Model X 10 ^nch. _New. P!l°Jl?._J 11S-W. Frrd <T" (1 Frrlilirrrrift MANURE ~f<~r sale; "Any nuTutity. «"'nll or phone Four States Livestock Snles. First St. • _ . A VERY LA KG K lo.-ul «>f "dry""kin(|. ling wood $5. ilnlf load ?". Phono 3437. FQR-COAL (jualitv nnd service, call IA E Kendrlck. 121 Rtiena Vlpta A ye._ Phon o_J)OS- R._ JAMISON'S DRY Kl'NbT.iNG~WOOD' Phone .41 OS-.T. I2^to l or nfter 5 p. in. Tmmediate rl..qjy e rv. 1S47 will' so down as the year Used Car prices GO DOWN—Sell your c.ir through the For Sale Ad«. BEDROOM with twin beds for two refined gentlemen. North End. GJI rage. Ph on c__2J LTjMt. ___ FRONT ROOM— Nicely furn'YshecT. Suitable for 2 persons. 335 w. W-i 1 shj_ri t -_o n_S t . _____ ___ (UHXM for gentlemar. ho.ifd Tf~ sirod. Use of phone. Apply 415 U" ' ' ___ _______ _ __ ROOM'S ":(vnil : rbl'e for '»> p Bnnnl if ilesiro.d. Appl> ^2.~. F bgth St. IV--' '/'due ^A_ve. bu_s,._ ROOM for one gentleman. _•"' J_^ _R e y n ol d s A v e.__ SLEK PI N< ; "ROOM ^t'wli"" be<is~ ; tratly located, gentlemc-n preferr Apply TWO SLEEPING ROOMS for rent Privnte home. Phono rv706-K. ror Kent ROOMS. ofHces. storngcTarTd mnnnfacturing space for rent OROH REALTY CO 40 Sumnilt Av Wanted — r r..' He n t 81 CLAIM adjuster for Hartford Acoi der.t and Indemnity Co. wants un furnished two or three bedroon npaniuont or house for wife school-age, son and self. Veteran Permanently located in Kagcrs town. Call 2S51. 3 to 5. Wmiled—To SI •..\-Gl-wife and 4 year old son urgently need apartment or house! Being evicted, will accept anything from 2 rooms up. Phone 1181 -M. iX-Gl and wife need 3 or 4 room unfinished apt., with bath. No children or pets. Phone 216S-R after r> p nu •URNISHED room, no cooking, desired by refined young lady. Will pay well for nice room. Write to Miss .1, Cood. 104 Broadway, llan- ' iHDDLE AGED couple desires five or six room house in south end bv May 1st. No children and both Write Box 118. c-o Herald work. SALES EXECUTIVE desires 6 room house in residential section of Hagerstown as a permanent residence. Family consists of wife and one 14 yr. old child. Would like to have possession about Juno 1st. will accept conditions of lease and advance payment. o/o Herald-Mail Write Box 77 WANTED: 2 or 3 unfurnished rooms. Middle-aged couple. .\o children or pets. Call 1927-R. WANTED to rent or buy: building large enough for commercial garage, in or near city. Write Box _9j__«'/o 11 era Id-.Ma i L_ WAX-TED by married couple: 3 or more room furnished apt. or cottage in Pen-Mar or Blue Summit. Mail. Write Box 35 c/o Herald- •VANTED—2 or 3 garages for storage. Phone Keedysville 7-F-31. •V1FE &. BABY in need of an apartment immediately. Please ph. 2593 after 5 p. m.; husband in service. UNFURNISHED rooms for settl"ed business woman with or without use of Jiving or kitche.n room, or both. Write Box 119. c/o Herald- Mail. Broker* fit Rc«l Entnte FOR BEST/RESULTS — List your property for sale with- - R. A. McCUNE 4l2-2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 4. Il«rmjLJtn<l Land* for Smlc 81 FARM.. SO ACRES, partly sTockTd. electricity. Plenty of water. School bus. On hard road. 2 miles from Sabillasville. Write Box 120 c/o Herald-Mail. jARGE FARM, close to town, large sto >e house, good barn and out- bldgs.. running water. R. L. Cook phone 1970-W. IF YOU ARE considering buying a farm consult GAVLORD BROOKS £ COMPANY "Realtors" 35 N. Potomac St. Phone 4-423 A GOOD DAIRY AND GRAIN^ARM —at Old- Forge. 122 acres, stone house, electricity, good bank barn, plenty of water. Priced to sell. JOHN L. SWAI.\ AGENCY IfLSummit Aye. Tel. 20S3-J 0 A. Stone house, barn. $5000: 136 A., buildings. 70 A. timber S7000. Beautiful lots, Dual Hgw.. Rt. ^0 C. E. WINGER 23S Hag^r St. Phone 2SR3 lluuaea for Sale 8-4 A BEAUTIFUL 7 room frame and brick. Pre-War built. 100 ft. frontage on desirable corner in Fountain Head. Very Modern. Lavatory 1st floor, hot water circulating heat, stoker, laundry, playroom garage attached. Immed. Poss. Priced to sell. 2 ^i A.. S yr. old dwelling, all conv.. except bath, hot water heat, good outbldgs. KING ST.— 6 room brick, good cond., priced to sell. A 3 STORY brick apartment house centrally located in excellent condition. Poss. 1st floor April 1st. Priced to sell. 12H A.. S room brick, electric, water in kitchen, furnace, all in excellent condition. Large stable, chicken house, other bldgs. Poss. May 1st. G. 1. Approved Sn750 •t A.. 0 loom brick, furnace, electric, cistern and spring, garage. Immed. Poss $6300 CARROLL .-.. BAECHTEL 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 1201 A BEAUTIFUL suburban stone home, modern in every respect. Wil' p'ease the most discriminating buyer. APT. BRICK, good location, good home or investment. DOUBLE—7 rooms one side, 2 nice apts.. in nice condition, good location. A home and an investment. M. A. DORSEY OmreJORGrice Bide. Ph. 2774-W. A GOOD Double Brick with 4 apts. on Virginia Ave. Close in. modern baths and kitchens. Pays 10% investment. A. L. KAHN Phone 3347 .'ORNER BRICK property. South Etui, three apartments and store room: good business location: exceptionally good investment: inspection hv n'ppniiument HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY S. H. Staubs. Assoc. 7 Summit Avp. • Tel. 1295 DON'T DELAY A GOOD RESIDENCE — Sun Parlor. Fireplace. Sleeping Porches. 2nd floor. Steam Heat. Oil Burner. Beautiful Location. Garage. Your opportunity if you act quickly. Price Reduced. Phone 20S9-.T. DOUBLE BRICK HOUSE—B rooms, bath and furnace, each side GROH RE ALT Y_CO.. 40 Summitry. FOUR ROOM bungalow for" sale. Furnace and bath. Apply 1054 Ueortria Ave. FOR GOOD reasonable houses in all sections <if town see GAYLORD BROOKS <t COMPANY "Realtors" 13.> y. Potomac Sr. Phone 4423 FINE HOMES -- REASONABLY PRICED FOUNTAIN HEAD—7 rms.. 2 baths, oil heat. Immediate possession. 115.000.00 HAMILTON BLVD.—f> rooms semidetached brick. Excellent location. Good condition S95000> FOUNTAIN HEAD—5 rm. 2 story brick, nutornatic Iv.-nt. double ga- rnge. Price reduced for quick sale with immediate possession OAK HILL A VF..—Owner leaving city, has reduced price 0:1 S room beaiitifullv located brick home. HALFWAY—Modern 6 rm. frame covered with asbestos shingles. A comfortable home. _List your property with us. i'roven ability and sincere effort will justify your confidence. Call Mr. I.indse.y or Mr. Seibert BREWER AND L1NDSEY Second Nat'l Bank BIdg. Ph. 2<J] for Sale JK4 IF YOU are looking for a 1101116-11131 will pay for itself and give you a living at the same time. 10 rooms. 2 baths. 3 concreted cellars, stoker fired hot water heat, in a residential district. 1 have it. John F Jleanl. Phone 19S5-W. J INVESTMENTS TWO beautifully located apartment properties each containing 6 apart- mei.ts with excellent tenants. Priced far below replacement cost. Owners have good reasons for sell• ingr Htid either property can be liberally financed at reasonable rate of interest. BREWER AND L1NDSEY Second Nat'l Bank Bldp. Ph. 2481 AVE.—New 6 room brick house with extra lot. Possession ..April Isr. Phone 4202 or 2325. NEW MODERN home. Bath and modern kitchen. Inlaid linoleum. Immediate possession. $8500, 522 Chestnut St. TOURIST HOME—located on one of the main Highways leading into the city. 9 rooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, hot water, oil burner, hot water bent. BROADWAY DUPLEX t^ET THE -rent you collect pay for your modern home. Price,. . J10,000 HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. "Realtors" 12- W. Franklin St. Phono 156 FOR SALE—with possession to suit (2.'0 one ami two room cabins furniture ruul fixtures: with larp tract of timber land adjoining I . S. Kouto 40. At TV price of 2/3 of the 1M1 appraisal. STROLE REALTY CO. 17 Summit Ave. MCE modern home near center of city. Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Early poss. Priced for quick sale. 29 N'. Mulberry after 5 :. m. and all Satur- dav. HOME AND FILLING STATION— offer?., for quick sale. GROH IvEA1 /TY_CO.,_jQ Summitry. FOUNT.-UN HEAD "— Beautiful 2- story reel hrick colonial family onr,-. !• . living rm. with fireplace., modern kitchen. 1 Igo. be.d- "ms. recreation rm. >n bsmt.. am' garage. Auto.-h. w. heat. Pricce' lo soil. BIG POOL—«-. ncre garden land, rm. fr <lwl. now roof, clcc., ?".2."iO. Ready for occupancy SALEM AVF.NUE—Attractive, neu modern Cape Cot' home with i rms.. beautiful lot. Poss. April I 'LI-r'ELAND AVENUE— Delightful attractive modern 6-room housf. pre-wnr consti uct ion. ho water h«-at and garage. Excellent vnluc. Early possession. GAS STATION—Cor. location, do ;np nirc business. $7.500.00. N. B. ROWE. 26.. N, .Potomac St. HAMILTON BLVD. — 900 hlk., room bri-'k. well built, 1 hnlf double hardwood floors, hot water heat garage. Possession not. later ,Tul> ), Phono H'JO. O.'-'.cc 1S1 W. Wash' in'rion sr;_S__W._So_wors To soi. your own Mjsiiiess: "spring up." pnt it this spring in the ads on this rag p. ESTATE, insurance, mortgage loans and 'auto financing JOHN F. BEARD. Phone 19S5-W. IX ROOM old fashioned country home. SV 4 acres of land, electricity. On new road 6 miles out of town Apply Hugh W. Bowman. Smithsburg. Md.. Rt. 2. Between Chews" ille and Leltersburg. can ..elp to homes. 5% rOUH RENT mone buy one of. these mortgage loans. ?Irst Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 33 y. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 ROOM HOUSE 17 acres. 3 cleared, balance timber. S'miles from town along Dual Highway, next to Stot- tJemyer'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 Legal ORDER NISI— in the matter of Ada May French. Incompetent. No. 17.244 Ef/ultv. Jn the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Eciulty. Ordered. By the Clerk of the Circuit Court, this 28th day of March. 1947. that the sales made and reported by Robert B. French. Committee appointed for the sale of the real estate in the proceedings of this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to the Court on or before the 21st day of April next: Provided, a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published In Washington County, at least once a week for throe successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount (if sates to be J4500.00. TRUE COPY—TEST: EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk. Employment SPECIALTY SALESMAN Over 40 for pleasant, dignified roof maintenance material sales bv manufacturer established 190C. "Necessity vita! to industrial, commercial, other building owners. Our product enables them to do work formerly "let out" at high costs. Chance to advance to Terriiory Manager. Address: Box 1766, Cleveland. Ohio. ROOM. House. Chestnut Grove District. Approx acre of ground. 4 outbuildings, well, electric. On hard road. Si.500. Write Box t)2 c/o H-M ROOM frame, house at Halfway, modern, fine location. R. L. Cook Hags't Trust Co. BIdg. Phone 1J170-W. Lot« for Sole -^_^ as BEAUTIFUL corner lot. Fountain Head Hghts. lOO.xlSG. Apply 1207 Potomac Ave. ONE BUILDING LOT—Avon Road 50x160. itiOO. Call -- HAVE many fine lots in excellent locations. See GAYLORD BROOKS & COMPANY "Realtors" X. Potomac: St. Phone 4-123 LOTS on Florida Ave. Apply 21 Madison Ave. betweei. 12 and 5:30 jx m. LOTS ON 900 block Lanvale St. 40x123 ft Water, sewer available Phone 202S-R. Wnntcd—Ren I Entnte WANTED TO BUY—5 or e 81) room house In city or within three mile radius. Urgently needed by middle aged couple. W. E. Irvin. Phone .245S-J ftj ORDER xlsf-T~~~ In the matter of the Estate of Fannie M. Line, Deceased. In the Orphans' Court of Wagh- ngton County. Ordered. By the Orphans' Court of Washington County, this 2Sth day of March. 1947. that the sale o'f -eal estate made by Earl V. Thomas Executor of Fannie M. Line, debased, and- this day reported to .his Court, be ratified and conflrm- .d. unless cause to the contrary be ;hown to the Court, on or before .he 19th day of April next: Pro- .-ided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published n Washington County, at least once i week for three successive weeks; Before the .said last mentioned dav. The report states the amount of ales to be Sfi.70n.oo. LLOYD 1C. HOFFMAN. D. JOSEPH WITMER SAMUEL M. HOFFMAN. Judges of the Orphans Court. TRUE COPY—TEST: HARRY NEWCOMER. Register of Wills-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate oC Emma F. Hurd. Deceased. Notice is hereby given. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court t of Washington County. Letters of Administration on the estate of Emma F. Hurd. 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 * Uhin the period specified shall thereafter be asserted against the real estate of said deceased in the hands of a purchaser for value. Given under my hand this 14th day of. March. A. L>. 1!)47 CLARENCE G. HURD. Administrator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of Clarence V. Snyder deceased. Notice is hereby given. That the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of "Washington County, Letters Testnme.ntary 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 2Jst day of October next; they may otherwise, by law. be excluded "from nil benefits of said estate. All persons indebted to snidvestute nr« requested to make immediate payment. Given under our hnmls'this 21st day of March A. O. ]!M7 WALTER H. SNYDER MARY A. SNYDER. Executors. Ciossified Display ScrvJcr tlOME AND FARM WIRING Radio & Appliances Snles & Service R C. \ & Fadr. Radios 50 Gallon Hot Water Heater Ra .io Snles .t Service NOTYELL ELECTRICAL CO.. Inc. >tnte Line. Pa., or 30 Wavside Ave.. j town.. Aid. Phone 45GS Phone Greencastle 302-R-21 Ren'. F>tatr for 5n1r T IL iffl® Real Estate "Deslsned fur Service" We are the exclusive agents for l he sale of the Comitrv E.siate of Drs. G. E. and Evelyn (:. Luke Located near Heaver Creek, a short distance off the Dual Highway. Two acres of land that is well landscaped nnd expensively planted with umisna! *Khruhs and trees, pivi excellent shade. A ten room hrick country home which cominands a lovely mountain view thnt is strictly modern, having- large porches. terrace, two baths, nnd an efficient oil heating: plant, ran be inspected only by appointment with this agency. ATTRACTIVE OLD STONE house. modernized, in ,-etring of irces nnd shrubs, commandinc- a mountain view. Floors of wide need pine. 2 fireplaces, steam heat nnd iron fireman stoker. SO acres of Innd with abundant stream of water. » » • r> ROOM BUNGALOW. '; a,o rc land, chicken house. ho«: pen. lo- cnted near Bip Pool .......... 55.2.^0 * • • E.'\ST END. two family stone house two bath?, splendif heating plant. About ?i of an acre. P""' -• .................. XS.500 * • • SKRYTCF, STATION — service KarRRe 32x45. fi room b mi pa low. all convenience. 1 *, 'i ncre, g-oorj opportunity for ripht person. GEORGE ST.— double weatherboard. 5 room:- each side. . ":...$•! 250 * • • K'UHN AVK.—-S room bunpalow SEVERAL CHOICE lots or, Cavetown Pike. All Inquiries ?iven courteous and prompt atter.tion. The L. S. Spangler Agency L. S. Spangler ~ Glenn V. Hal] 2nd Floor 2nd Nat'l Bank Bid*. GO FAR EAST YOUNG MAN A number of. the famous battle- tested divisions on duty in Japan and Korea are now accepting the enlistments of handpicked. keen young men for service in the Far East. Among these great fighting divisions are sue.h noted units as the 1st Cavalry Division—The "Cavalry Troopers." no\ in mechanized in Japan. First U. S. unit to reach Manila and Tokyo. F'ought 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. 6th Infantry Division —"The Red Star." now in Korea saw terrific action in New Guinea and Sansa- por. played a vital role in clearing the Ja:>s from Luzon. Philippine Islands. 7th Infantry Division— 'Hourglass D-vision." now in Korea. First to recapture American territory from Japs. Eight Distinguished Unit Citations for action on Attu. A 3-year enlistment for duty In the Orient will enable yon to choose one of these - famous divisions—and you can be a part of it. following initial training in the United States! Sports and re eatlon are highly developed in this area. A 20% increase in pay for overseas service, phis many additional advantages makes this a fine chance for a young- man who wants to see distant lands and nil an important post in the peacetime Army. Get full details at the U. S. Army Recruiting Station. 1st Floor. City Hall Hagerstown. Md. 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. BEND1X TABLE MODEL RADIOS. BENDIX PHANTOM DIAL END TABLE "RADIOS. COLEMAN OIL 30-gal. WATER HEATERS. SIMMONS ELECTRIC BLANKETS. OASIS ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS. GAS RANGES. Equipped for bottle gas. natural gas or artificial KR. ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM RUGS SEPCO ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS, SO gal. SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203. ROTX UABV CHICKS Live. Lay and Pay Nine st;mdfird breeds--. Sf-xptl juil- lets and cockerels. Speciaj price on Leghorns and heavy cockerel.". All breeders cuflad and blood-tested. Free Catalogue and Prire List . RAYMOND S. ROT7, Poultry Farm and Hatchcrv Box 3.F. Fort Loudon. PA" Phone St. Thomas 1T.7-R-2S Bmplorment URGENTLY NEEDED l Apply in person. Monday thru' Friday S a.m. to 4:30 p.m. DO NOT WRITE Shipbuilding Division Employment Office 815 Key Highway Baltimore, Md. Public Sale OF LIVESTOCK. FARM EQUIPMENT & HOUSEHOLD GOODS AT BY-TUB-WAY GARAGE. SMITHSBURG SATURDAY. APRIL 12 If '.von have anything io sell sec any member uf the .Men's Bible Class of Reformed Church of Cavetown. or call Srnithsbtir^ ">4F:! Constable's Sale by , L virtue of a distraint, issued ;tt the suit of Ellen O. Hunfess vs. .Mary .lane Mershcy I have taken in distraint the following ffoods and merchandise towit: and will sell on SATURDAY. .MARCH 20th at 10 o'clock A. Al. at 101 South Potomac Street—second floor: 1—5-{)iece Walnut lied Room Suite. 1—Floor Lamp. 1—SmokhiK Stand. 2—Suit-cases. 1—Metal Wardrobe. V. P. TOOK. Constable. OF THE HOUSEHOLD GOODS of the late Ida M. Geist AT 429 MCDOWELL AVE. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1947 AT 1 O'CLOCK The Morning Herald, Hagerslown, Md. SEVEN Saturday, MnrHi ^f), J947. SATURDAY. MARCH 29 At the Wagon Wheel Restaurant, City Limits, Route 40. Three 5-pc. chromium and; porcelain breakfast sets, two .seta of booths. 20 tables, 150 chairs, 18 stools, laundry sink, three-way copper sink, dishes, lights, metal wall cabinets, automatic hot water gas heater. two wardrobes. electric c, .nbination N'aiional floor mode! cash register, three new sets of transmission jacks and other articles. Sa!e time one o'clock. TKRMS Cusli. Xo g-oods removed until settled for. .1. C. SXYDKK. Anot. J'uhlle Stir I will sell in front, of the Court Hmiso. Tuesday, April 1st at 11:00 o'clock a. m.: I'O Shares Potomac Edison 3.60 TERMS: CASJL .1. ''. S.VYDKi:. AUCT. WARD—Auct. ROSS GEIST. PUELIC SALE APRIL 5lh at 1:00 P. M. We. the undersigned, will sell at our farm located 1 1 /» miles south of Sha: pjibvirfir. Md.. on the road leading from Shnrpsburg to Antietam Furnace. Farm better known as V. H. Sweenej Farm. 28 HEAD OF ':ATTLE—Guernsey and Holsteii. heifers and steers; one small Guernsey bull. All the above heifers are vaccinated against bangs. 2 HEAD OF HORSES—1 Bay horse, " years old. offside worker: 1 Sorrel horse. 5 years old. offside worker. These are nice size horses 13 HEAD OF SHOATS that weigh about 40 Ibs.. Hereford. FARMING IMPLEMENTS — Mc- Corm'ck-Deering mower, good shape; disc harrow, good shape: low down wagon; drill; walking cultivator; set cow clippers, good: 14- can milk cooler, good condition. 2 horse collars and harness; saddle, oori shape. LOT OF POSTS — Locust and cedar. Some fl-gallon buckets: some used roofing tin: cross-cut saw; one 50- gallon drum and faucet: 2 oil stove?: wood range: other articles not mentioned. Several hundred bushels of .corn. Lunch reserved bv Ladies Aid Society of Church of God Mt. Brinr TERMS: Cash the day of sale. Aucl.—H. S. Churohev. Clerks—King & King. Herbert Myers Oscar Myers SALE PUBLIC MARCH 31. 1947 AT 11 O'CLOCK . Discontinuing' farming, f will offer for sale on the above date on th • John Reeder Farm in Cool Hollow, off Death Curve on Rt. 40: Seven head of horses and colts. Six head of milk cows and 2 yearling' heifers. Three head of hogs. Full line of farm machinery. Harness .nd many other articles. TERMS: Cash on da- of sale. Albert Sampsell Auct.—EiRenbrode. SEPTIC TANKS AND CESSPOOLS CLEANED Large tanks. estimates Riven. Sanitary equipment with 500 gallon tank. Emergency service 24 hours. Chas. K. West. Fayetteville., Pa.. Box 5S or Phone 56. Pdblk Safe—P@irs©iraal Property The undersigned will sell at public sale on the Mrs. Jos. A. Seibert farm, along the Si. Pauis-Merctrsburg Road, two miles north St. Pauls Church on THURSDAY. APRIL 3, 1947 at 12 (/clock, the. following personal property: 6 HEAD WORK HORSES. Some good single line leaders. S yearling c'llt.---. l roan, 1 sorrel, 1 spotted; 2 riding horses, well broke; 3 spotted ponies, one JO years old, and child can ride, 2 yearlings. 25 HEAD CATTLE Consisting of fresh cows and springers; some fine young heifers and bulls. :!5 HEAD HOGS. Consisting of ;:0 shoats weighing from 40 to 100 Ibs.: 1 sows and pigs; 1 male, hog large enough for service. 15 HEAD SHEEP. FARMLN'G IMPLEMENTS. VC Case tractor in good condition; new David Bradley steel bed rubber tire farm wagon, holds 92 bu.; J"ohn Deere riding cultivator; 2 walking cultivators; new spike tooth harrow: hay Udder; McCormick-Deering disk, frood: potato digger, fertilizer sewer: single and double trees; chains; hog feeder; hog hangers; meat bench; lot harness. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Living room suite; oak buffet and table: stands; chairs; oil stove; electric washing machine; several milk cans and buckets; eating potatoes and many articles too numerous to mention. Lunch privilege reserved. TERMS: CASH. EARL TRUMPOWER Rennof and Eigetibrode. Auctioneers. Fockler and Fockler, Clerks. One mile northwest of Leitersburg, Md.. 6 miles northeast of Hagerstown, Md., and 5 miles south of Waynesboro, Pa. .12 REGISTERED AYRSHIRE — cal'fhood vaccinated. T. B. and Bangs accredited, all females raised on farm, except 2; one of Maryland's top producing Ayrshire herds, average 9.S7G milk, 4-19-4.14 fat 10 cows with Dili records up to 11.76T, milk. 46f> fat. milking up to 60 Ibs. 4 bred heifers. Onr 3-year-old herd sire Forest Vu Red Warner 75S1S selling with bis 11 oldest daughters and fi sons. He is a grandson of Pennhursc Lasc Man Approved and out of Forest \'u Star Hattie. with a record 12.23S milk, 49S fat, a daughter of Atwood Orchards Happy Star Approved. Herd built on Pennhurst blood lines. FARM MACHINERY — Sale starts promptly at 12 noon. McCormick- Deering binder. Decrlng binder, both on rubber and In good condition: 5-ft. Miissey Harris mower. Case net hay loader, good: McCormick-Deering- side rake and riding corn plow. 2 Oliver corn plows. No. 30 Syracuse 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 brooniH. • • Terms: Cash. No goods to be, removed until settled for. stand reserved. Write for catalogue. Lunch A. J. STRITE R. R. 5. Hagerstown, Md., Phone 522-J-l OF VALUABLK DOUBLE FRAME HOUSE Known as Nos. 127 and 123 East Lee Street Hagerstown. Washington County. 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 19. Folio 191. in the Office of the Register of Wills for Washington County, the undersigned Executors will offer at public sale on TUESDAY. APRIL Sir. 1947 in front of the Court House. Hagerstown. Maryland, between the hours of 1 and ,t o'clock P. M.. the following described tract or parcel of land, of which the said Clinton. L. Martz died seized nnd 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 on said East. pLee Slreet and running back therefrom in a Southerly direction with an prjua.1 width, One Hundred and Fifteen (*!">) feet, more or less, lo an alley, nnd being Mso the lot or parcel of ground known and described as Lot No. 35 on the Plat of the Real estate of Henry Whiter, deceased, and recorded in Liber No. 91. Folio 701). one of the T^and Records of Washington County. Maryland, together with the improvements thereon, nnd being the same tract of land which was conveyed unto Clinton L. Martz. by deed from Mollie Schindler Weiss "and Samuel Weiss, her husband, et al. by deed dated the 10th day of June" 1940. and said deed is recorded in Liber 212. Folio 5!>r». among the Washington County. Mnryhind. Land Records. The improvements thereon consist of a double frame house which has bain, electric, pipeless furnaces, running water oh hoth sides TERMS OF SALE: A deposit of Five Hundred (SHOO.00) Dollars on the day of Sale will be required of purchaser nnd the bainnce of said purchase price upon the ratification thereof by the C^urt. Tnyes "for 1347. will be adjusted and apportioned as of the dny of sett lement. Rental Possession as of day of Settlement. J. R. R. BLACK. LESTER R. MART7. Executors of Clinton L. Mnriz. Deceased. Joseph f. Snyder. Auctioneer. Harold H. H off inn n. AI lo r n e v. Auctioneer: Paul E. Sanger. Myerstown, Pa. Clerk: Walter Sellers. 9 Aril! OF VALUABLK REAL KSTATE SITUATED NEAR CKARFOSS. WASHINGTON COUNTY .MARYLAND Pursuant to Power of Sale contained In the Last Will nnd Testament i. f Lewis Frank .Murrav. late ot Washington County, deceased. I, the undersigned Executor will sell n* public sale in front of the Court House, in Hagerstown. Maryland. between the hours of 1 and 3 "p. m.. on TUESDAY APRIL all tnat r^nl ostato ituate the road lending from r 1st. IS 17 nlong to tho '-iroadfording Mary land Church in Washington County. Maryland, containing" thirteen (l.i)jfnc<\ ncres and one hundred forty-two <142) perch-PS of land, more of less, and being thfr s.i me property which j was conveyed to the snid Lewis Frank Murray and wife by the following convfyr,ncos; from "Daniel E. X.eller nnd wife to tho said Lewis Frank Murray by decil dat»»d April !lh. 1SO.S nml recorded in Liber No. UK. folio »i42. one of the Land Records of Washington County: from .1. A\;gnstino Mnson. Trustee to the said Lewis Frank Murray and wife, by deed dated April IOth 1013 and On the road leading:'from AVoodsboro to Creagerstown. Md.. and about one-half mile west of Woodsboro and eleven a.nd one-half miles north of Frederick, Md.. on Route 71. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. 300 HEAD OF VALUABLE LIVESTOCK Consisting of. SO HEAD OF WISCONSIN COWS AND KEIFERS These cows and heifers are T. B. and Bangs tested and the majority h:-.ve been vaccinated for Bangs when calves. These cows are Holsteins with plenty ot shape and size, weighing- from 1,200 to 1,500 pounds and anyone interested in the dairy business, 1 invite vou to have a look at these »r anytime before rhe sale. These cows were purchased personally in Dodge County. 'Wisconsin. 30 HEAD OF HOLSTEIX AND GUERNSEY COWS AND HEIFERS Eight cows, fresh and close springers; five fall cows; 5 head of large Holsteiri heifers, will freshen in August and September; 6 head of heifers will freshen In Inte fall; B head of heifers not bred and a real set of. heifers; 2 heifers weighing from 300 to 500 pounds. BO HEAD OF HEREFORD STEERS These steers average in weight from 500 to 700. pounds and are real Hereford cuttle and not of every color. s STOCK: BULLS All l;irge ojKuigh for service. Holstetn. Hereford and Pott Angus. Some of these bulls have been vaccinated against Bangs. f. REGISTERED AND GRADE PALOMINO RIDING HOKSES LADY SUNLIGHT—Registered Palomino mare coming- 4 years old. Registration Number 3MS, Palomino Horse Association of R'esida. California. This mare is cream colored with flaxen mane and tail. Broke to drive single or double and broke to ride by any lady or child that can hold the reins or drive a. horse. She .stands 35 hands hig-h. This mare was classed first in the Golden Jubilee Horse Show at Springfield. Missouri, in a class of 22 three-year-old Palominos. GOLDEN QUEEN—Registered . Palomino mare coming i years old. Broke, for any lady or child to ride. This mare stands 15 hands htg-h. she is orange colored and has a. flaxen mane and tail, blaze face and a. real mare. This mare was purchased from the Ducans Oil Co., in Dallas. Tex. YELLOW BOY—A Palomino, 6 years old. five gaited. colored yellow with a flaxen mane and tail. Stands 15 hands hig-h and one of the best broke and has one of the best dispositions of any horse I have ever owned. This horse was bought from the Cherokee Indian Reservation in Miami, Oklaliomn. YELLOW .10E—Palomino horse. 5 years old. five gaited, cream colored having a flaxen mano and tail, stands 15 hands high. Broke to ride and I men- :i re;il horse for any lady to ride. This horse -was purchased from, the Til'sa Oil Co. in Tulsa. Oklahoma. CREAM BHLl-—Palomino mare coming: 3 years old. Cream colored with a black mane and tail. Broke to ride. In foal by one of the beat Palomino .»tallions in 'he Slate of Kansas. This mare has a good disposition nnd thp making of a real mare. TONY YELLOW—Palomino stallion colt coming: 2 years old. Colored yellow with white mane ant! tail. This colt is thin in flesh but the real makings of a horse. 7 FIVE GA1TED HORSES EXCUSE MY DUST—Chestnut-, five gaited horse, stands 15 hands higii '• years old. Broke the best. This horse was shown in 10 five g-aited shows last year in Missouri and was never out of the money. Anyone wanting a horse for show or pleasure for himself or "wife, I would appreciate your looking at 1'nis horse before buying. .OO-P-O—Dark chestnut horse coming 4 years old. Stands Io hands high, broke tr> drive or rirtf>. Five gaited. I had this horse in traininsr for f. months last year in Missouri and he has the making* of a. real show horsf\ TARSOX—Ohretniit sorrel horse with 4 white stockings, blaze Iac«, 5 years old. five galted nnd n real horse. TONY—Rod .sorrel horse with 4 white stockings. Blaie face, 7 years old. Fivp gail^'l nnd a renl cow horse. BU; TIED—Red sorrel horse. 6 years old and stands fifteen six tall. Five gait>M) and broke the best. OEORGE—Sorrel horse. P years old. Stands fifteen six tall. Tir* gaitM. Broke the. best nnd has been shown. TONY—Blnrk and white horse. 6 years old. five gaited, broke the best and a real cow horse. 7 WALK", TROT AND CANTER HORSES CEORGE—Sorrel am! yellow spotted horse. 5 years old. Lady broke ;in<l a rt-al .-i-w horse. This horse was purchased from the Osaige Indian Reservation In Miami. Oklahoma. LITTLE BETTY—Four year old mare. bro> n and white spotted, 4 white stockings. Broke well for any lady. BIG SAM—Sorrel horse. 7 years old. Stands 15 hands high a.nd a real good hroko horse. NELLIE—7 y*>ars old. sorrel and white spotted mare in foal to «. Palomino stallion. Anyone looking for a good c.ow horse, this $5 it. This mure hns horded and cut more oaltle than any other horse in the state of OKin homa. NILAN—.". yonr old rod roan mar*. 4 white stockings and a blaz« Tliis is :i vfry ri'-h colored cMf and broke well. ONK HAY h<-.rs>\ - 1 years old and broke well. ONP: ]>LACK rnare well broken. 6 SHETLAND PONIES 1 sorrel pony with white stockings and a blaze face. 6 years old and brok-! for any i-hihl. 1 yellow and white spotted pony. 5 years old. a real fancy pony. Safe for a ny child. 1 iir'*wn and white spotted pony. i> years old. Broke for any child 1 whir.-> and black spoiled pony. S years old. Will teach child to ride. I M.iok m:\r^ pnny. S years old. In foal. Broke like child would like one! 1 black horse pony. H) yoars old. Will learn anv child to ride 10 HEAVY DRAFT HORSES " T pair of blue roans. 5 years old. weighing 2.SOO Ibs. T horse and 1 . mar»\ This pair of blue roans have flaxen manes and tails and blazed recorded in Liber No. m'. folio :U3. | faces. Anyone looking for a show team should certainly look at this one of the Land Re-cords of Wash-I t«-nm before buying. They were purchased from the State Institution in Vcnita. Oklahoma. 1 pair dapple gray maros. 5 and 7 years old. Both are single tine leaders and a r^nl pair. This pair was purchased in Jefferson. W. Va. J lilnrk horse. 12 ypa>rs old and a pood leader. I black mare. 10 years old. Good leader. I black mnro. 6 years old. Good off sidfr worker. 1 brown horso. 7 years old. Good oft side worker. 1 UiTve year old marc. Broke well. I HEAD MULES 1 pr. brown mnro mulfs. S yrs. old, weighing 7.SOD. a real work t<>am 1 pair "f nuilt'.v. !> ye.irs old and weighing- 2.600 Ibs. 1 horse. 1 mar* niulv. This is a real work tpnm. These riding horses- and ponies were purchased personally in the VATI.-•ns. st;i;>-s and can be. s"en at my stables at any rime and T win be. glad To let my daughter ride any horse or pony you may be interested in before the sale. pf» HEAP OF HOGS WEIGHING FROM 40 TO 125 POUNDS HAIRY FIXTURES—1 dcLaval milker with 4 units, good as new. One electric u:<> box —« cans 20 ten-gal, milk cans, buckets, strainers 1 CHEVROLET PANEL BODY TRUCK In good shape and allg-ood 750 tires. RIDING SADDLES AXD BRIDLES—Three nexv English saddles, never been on a horse. 1 slightly used Barnsley English saddle. 2 new Western saddles. 4 new pony saddles. 2 new real English double rein bridles 4 English bridles. TO new Western bridles. Tall sets and a lot of oth«r riding tack not nifyntioned. Everything must be as represented or your money will be refunded. TERMS—CASH. M. W. STITELY, WOOD?BORO. MD. Einmert B^whis. J<Vin Null. Karl Huffman, Trout Brothers. Auctx. Harry '', Horvus and Gail L. Cuishall. clerks. Lunch rights reserved for the Reformed Church of Woodsboro, Md. ington County: and from-. Preston 1C. Myers nnd wife io 'he snid Lewis F. Murray and wife, by deed dated .June 7th, 1924 and to be recorded nmong the Land Records of Washington Comity, to whi'rh recorded deeds reference is hereby mnde. This property is improved by a 2 1 -: story-, framo rlwelli-tig, six rooms electric, summer k if hen. sl.nble. gn- r;ig<; ,nn<l other out buildings. 2 cisterns and on<> well. .Land in n goorl state of cultivation nnd adaptable to trucking. TERMS OF SALE: A Five hundred .(J.'iOO.OlM DnUar deposit will be re- j ti'.iired on the day of sal<\ balance on or before 30 days thereafter. Full possession upon final settlement for saiil property. 1047 State and County Taxes all paid. MARTIN L. nOPPE, Executor. Joe '"". Snyder. Auctioneer. Genrce D. Hicks Attornev. Your home can't hibernate. U> pot to take it. Consult the Want Ads—have It, nut in condition to withstand winter.

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