The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 22, 1947 · Page 9
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, April 22, 1947
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Aufwi for NEW. D A-l' T A X 1' never did JUiltElL^^iJl^John^i " s Adv. RENT A CAU OirTH Business or Pleasure ,, •- Phone 44JI) CITY RIV- A .V T °NOB1LE BHbTCERAOG CO S9a Penna. Ave. Ph. • 459 Moiuruyoiey .. .Immediate Delivery. MAC'S CYCLE SHOP . .4 S. Mulbfli-rv St. Kcpalrlmt Station* 1 AU1OS cleaned and waxed, UJJ.IUIB. tering-cleaned auto glass installed \ We pick up and deliver' Phone ," vrn * Auto E.xehfinjyg^j?H8- W Wanted—-Automotive 17A IF YOU WANT to seffyour cai •™ ! "£' J L lo - Bl '° WI1 ' S > i'iuigbori Blvd. & Paper Mill Rd. Open 10 _a..111. to S 11. m. Phong. USED CARS wantcdTiiighest prices ouici. AMSLET BODY SHOP . & Guilford Phone 454T —- All i Joe! el Cars anc 1 rucks 193G and up. Pay Top Price bring..your car to the Hoffman Chevrolet Sales, 313. W. \Vashlng- ton St. EUiKerstown. .Md.. Ph453 WILL PAY cash for good 'cleanlatt model car. Apply 207 N. Mulbem .St., 1st floor, atlor 5, D. ln Service Offered CARPENTER and •fence building-, etc. Kermit H Stone;: 70S W.. Franklin CARPENTRY and building. Apph :{ Englewood Road.•. Halfway CABINET Maker. Wallcabinets base cabinets, and sinks made to order.-Equipped to completely remodel your kitchen. Phono 4G25-J 2E» ca !' at (Rr) 12S Wayside Ave. or N.v Potoniac_aft_g,r 3 p ELECTRICAL Applianc Repairing tlouse wiring. HOLZAPFEL• £ KIREY After 5: p. m. call 42:il-M or 272- W _4oE.. Washington St. Phone 4190 HAVE'tots'plowed your wav. See R.. J. AVeller. 1112 Pope Av' FLOOR. SANDING. •. finishing and polishing. Phone D J. Gossert FURNACES cleaned and repaired _ReasohabIe. Phone 3721-J />?^£ RA ^ • tnotoi overhauling Clutches, springs, brakes and knee action.. Phono 4276-W. Carbauirb'i _Garage. Piddlersburjr.^ GENERATORS. Springs. Clutch [g~- nition,-brakes, general repairing MACE'S AUTO SERVICE .908- Rose I-Iiir Ave. Phone 2211 GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles., mirrors, window glass _Glass Shop. UN. Locust, Ph. 2K93W M A T TT .T ^ ri f\ f ••* 11 > ^ t «. ,1 A. /~+ - * i ''-»-' "•' i—r* HAULING of all kinds. Call' Nick's Transfer. 4390-W. 417 Carrolton Are. PLASTERING of all kinds. Work I. Call Wmspt. 3S9;> STONE- CRUSHING tractorTb'r" hire for customer work. Apply Maugansville 'School House Apartments, or •" Krt "e" 8I5-W-2. REFRIGERATORS.' Washers Vac'u" urn Cleaners repaired. Service on all makes. Er.-R, Dodxl 446 GuJl- _ford A've. Phone 153S-R • REFRIGERATORS;Washers vT- cuuin-cleaners repaired, service for all makes. Phone 4296-J ,DENTLER BROS.. 42 Snm'mlr Ave ROOFING Ne-c. roof In-.tailed. Best grade of material. Expert labor. No money down. -Free es.imatej. v Xo obliea- tion. Write or call Liberty Roofers. .Boonsboro, Md. . Keedysyille TRACXOR plowing- for farmers AiNo lot plowing.'i. j>. stouffer :i7G S Cleveland Ave. ~" W T. LOCKED • •» ^Interior Decorator N Locust St. ph 1326-W ISC A u COMPLETE; stock of parts on hand to repair your radio. Lincoln Electric Co.. Halfway. Phone 1GSQ AUTHORIZED PHILCO -SERVICED — RENN RADIO SERVICE ' .-><)* Ridce-Ave. Ph. 161_9-_A1_ ALL KINDS of Electrical Wirfn"- Radio. Salea £. Service . Phone 456S FOR-, '•' CO M PLETE : radio service" vs'"' Po' c, tubes - call DENTLER JS: 42 Summit Av<v Ph. 4296-J . . -..- anr Electric crv Radio-and electrical appliance service. Any make -radio repaired and any electrical appliances. Complete line of tubes and pnrts Ph 14f> S. 'Mulberr _ RADIO & MOVIE SERVICE luoes. parts lamps, hardware nro- il ? rS ri s , creens ' film for sale or rent Used records, door chimes New and Used Records . SOUND LABORATORIES 58 E. Washmpton St. Ph.3716 PAUL L. KEPLINGER~~ ~ coo .? ad '° -^ B1 e< trie Service ' . ^22 -Maryland Ave. Phone 3SOO-J. . Trmctetitg. TT:~, ~"*""" °^ hauling—Ashes rubbish, .; small moving-s. C L ITnr- JbaUgV.y 430 COQlv St. Phnr.»J|Q ? DUMP truck for hire on all t"ypes o"f haulms-.^ Apply Lnban H. Martin. School House Apt., Mau-ansville or phone' S1S-W-2. FOR local, out haultnc- s "an kinds, call a R, Thomas 3923. Also locust .posts for sale PHONE : 24S2-j for cratine to go any- where.v Moving tn the State of Maryland 2o yrs. experience. H. • Basil Martin. Funk's town _ _ :• 'XO-:OFFENSE rL . .Lopk at.your walls. ; .Your friends do.. '• Call H. M. SMITH Paperhariging- — ticnippi one" 6S7-W-1 — R. y. p PAPER HANGING want f: cl~ at 210',S. Artesian St. or l-{ Salisbury St. and Rcflnlahlng " ">'•''. FURNITURE REPAIRING - REFIN1SHIXG Custom and Anticiiie Finishes" •" ROBERT E AKTZ Ul SUMMIT AVE PH I39S-J_ F.;j. (JACK—Reupholsterinp and re"; pairing: furniture. Phone 3056 2S _E. Franklin St. , repaired dnc) r isned.-. Antique Custom finishes ',« ,.:: '^°BERT H BELL 1.T5 5. POL SL Phnm^^v^.; FURNITURE ReuDhoIsrerert" Fine ,Imo Of FABRICS. W L. KARN ^RCRF .->S Rando^^Th Ave Ph 4566. J Heln Wnnteif^-Femnlg 32 AT ON'CE— Girls wanted Cor fountain work. Full ,time. Apply PPO- P es.Serx-ico Drug-, 73 \V. FrankJin J*tr~- ' I C A FETE PI A help w7TTc7ir~ wages-. Lxer.Ucnt working: :ions. Also full nm - • pan .^cp aru 1 mshlcr. ? Cabin. Frccl«ric]< Si. Phone M ., f H«l» PRL'13 rent for couple • or lady In exchange for care of elderly lady. •.Call Blue Uidge Summit 3-R-3 GIRL OR \VOMAN~Whlte, Refer- once, do general housework, no cooking, small pleasant family own room and bath, in suburb closo by New York City. ?25 weekly m stai 'X- Write Bceber, 8 Shorecliff Place, Great Neck, Long Island, N — Food department- Good r U rnished nd ' W * * * *' Unlf ° rm ' PEOPLES SERVICE DRUG STORE 17 W. Washington SL pital. . Apply Mrs. , Washington County Hos- LADV FOR S lik linlshlng and presH. •my short wools. Write Box 22 L ADV lor N>fiico. Good with figures and able to type. Dictation not necessary. Phone Southern Dairies ntment. LADY FOR housework. 2 rooms fur- mshed with wages. Apply 4SS N _P_o_tomac St. LAD? TO work in hotel kitchen pantry to prepare salads, sandwiches, etc. ' SEE CHEF ROCBA .HOTEL ALEXANDER MAIDS WANTED APPLY HOUSEKEEPER DAGMAR HOTEL SALESLADIES for full or part time u-ork in our modern store. Good salary, hours, and clean work. Apply Personnel Dept. MONTGOMERY WARD t STENOGRAPHER wanted—Girl with Knowledge of general office work. Previous finance or loan company experience preferred, but not necessary. Must be reliable. All replies confidential. Please state age, experience, and salary expected Write Box 21, c/o Herald-Mail or te_lephoiie 3013. TYPIST, bookkeeper wanted for new modern office. Write, stating experience, salary • expected, and IP P-0. Box 643, Hagerstown WAITRESS and kitchen help want- od at once. Roxy Restaurant, 2S9 !• i-ederick St WAITRESS wanted. Hours 11 a. m t-o S'p. m. 6 clays a week. No Sunday work. Court Waffle Shop, 16 Summit Ave. WOMEN WANTED—25 to 35 years of age with some merchandising experience Apply W T. GRANT Cp. 60 W. Washington'St. , Hel» i'\VO OR THREE high-type salesmen will be selected for special sales work. Sales experience not necessary. We train you. As for selling our product, that's no trouble, especially with our.easy payment plan of distribution. We can train almost anyone in no time at all to earn $75 to $100 per' week, "e are also looking-for one man \vho, after he has learned to sell can appoint and train other people to sell. Our organizers are earning $S,000 to J10.000 per year. Apply G. M. Moore, Dagmar Hotel, for appointment. No phone calls. WANTED AT ONCE Expert Wallpaper Hanger. Capable of hang-ing papers of finest quality. ~ Apply MAIDSTONE, INC. Interior Decorators 117 Summit Ave. WANTED—Carpenters able to trim. Apply 212 Wilson Blvd. W. YOUNG MAN for permanent work in Bookbinding Plant. No Experience, necessary. Stare age when replying 10 Box 1, c/o Herald-Mail Help —Mule and Female »4 COOK—male or female. Also dishwasher. Apply Bentzel's, 44 Summit Ave. DISHWASHER — wanted. Apply Uncle John's Cabin. Frederick St. WANTED—2 waitresses; 1 as assist-ant bartender. 2 busmen 1 dishwasher. Apply at once DUTCH KITCHEN ^ Phone 2024. WANT A HOME IN THE COUNTRY? 1 want a man and wife, aged from 25 to 50, to live with me in the country. The man to drive my car and take care of garden and "yard. The woman to cook and do my laundry with electric washing machine. Room with bath and toilet. Good pay. Give proper references. Address P. 0. Box 72, Charles Town. W. Va. WANTED—Man and wife with no children on 20 acre farm. Living quarters, good wages. Write Box l, c-o Herald Mail. Situation*—Wanted Pem:il« XG WILL KEEP children in my home while parents work. Apply 2*6 Elgin Blvd., next to Cumberland Motor Express. '-=— Situation* Wanted—.Hate ACCC;UNTING-Bookkeeping:. Credits and collections' and office management experience. Write Box 1S7 c/o Herald-Mail. YOUNG MAN desires work during clay until 2 p. m. All day Sa'turdav. Phone 1114-M. Bniine«» Opportunities J§ WANTED—Woman as cook. Apply Qiilncy U. B. Orphanage Home. Quincy, p a . Phone: Wavnesboro " WANTED—Housekeeper for Nurses' Home..'Apply Miss Freet, between S a. m and 5 p, m. Washington Countv H ' ' \VA_\TED-—'Experienced help for housocleaninff.. Character refer- ^nces req. Write Box 4 c-o Herald WAITRESS wanted. Apply Bcnt- zers. 44 Summit Ave. W ANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES • •" • . COOK"? DISH WASHERS — BUSBOYS For one ot the finest restxu- rar.ts. -xceJlent working conditions. HAGER BOUSE S. Potomac SL or Phon* 4226 Ask for Mr. Strauss. \VAMED—Girl for general office work, references. Write Box 19 c/o He raid-Mail. WHllb or colored woman to do general housework; good 'Day Phone 1431. WAITRESS,. 17 • years or older experienced preferred: Good pay. No Sundays. Also middle aged kitchen help.' Apply THE KEYSTONE 1 Public ' WAITRE?KES WANTED - Peasant working condition!. Delightful surroundlnK*. / ' ' Apply to Manager'' offlc« • HOTEL ALEXANDER _Help Wanted— Mm\*_ :HAUFFEURS WANTED-AMUSI be pood. L. E. Bentz. Mayflower Cab.- l-'hone 616. -GUIS F. DOW CO.. manufacturers of EXCLUSIVE calendars, metal, plastic, leather specialties. This iiuality line needs quality salesmen.. .Earnings from $10,000 to S-'O.OOO per ye;ir. Permanent future, protected territory. sales equipment furnished. Write 3305 \\ilshire Rlvd., Los Angeles 5. (,:ilif FOR dry ckaning .department. •lAFlJUED mnn to do dairying and scnernl farm work. Prefer man with boy to help. Half hour drive from Hagerstown on Dual Highway. Write Box 195 c/o Herald- Jlail. A FILLING STATION &' STORE — Boonsboro. Bldg-. & large Lot. |2000. Stock & Fixtures Inv. Imm. poss. LIME KILNS—Bldgs. & Equipment Owner will sell for J2200 on account of health. Imm. possession. R. A. McCUNE REAL ESTATE'— INSURANCE 412—2nd Nafl Bank Bldg-. Ajrtle} g » f cr g,^ a ANTIQUE stylo mahogany chhil cupboard, and small mahogani bookcase-, both In excellent con ARCH support* fitted to your foot Every evening- 6 n. m . till 9. Wed 11 5. Ko Saturdays B . AR \ any *ood offer considered logs both sawed and hued; sidinjr like new; A-l roof; stable door's cow stauntches, hay mow, some & L my " track; Work SHOP in rear Ihis barn would cost $2,500 to build it, now. Should be seen for value sell part or whole; offer this i4 n h y n^, USC , move in 30 days v 14 building- lots 100x150; wll sel cheap at J7 a foot front aild* strips of land wide enough for cab" ms at $700 each. Along Dual -" «^l y *^ Ap i? ly , ln ,P. er . son at t"e Eakle's Drug 23 ? Potomac 3L —- PHQNJ! R«>; GARAGE Equipment ARO Pressure Greaser TRANSMISSION Greaser BATTERY Charger "29 Llnganore Ave. Phone c 2!ffST!Ht*!i^^rm MODEL airplane moto7~Cfa^r~C ^ery eood condition. Not m^^m^^SL^, 1 ?pO. One Clint-Craft boat and oars oars Sacrifice for 560. Ph 357-\V ' . . 1001_Beechwood Drive ~ rooder. Cheap. 212 \F»\ Dining room suite. Excel- ent condition S60. Boy's bicycle Jjke_ne^'. Phqng_3778-M Dlc > CJe PHILCO radio, ^n^e~vtolin babv carriage, clothes dryer 7 sets of metal radiator covers, girl's roller skates, 5 ft. step ladder, and cur- stretchers. Apply 2033 Vir- DISTRIBUTOR wanted for Hagerstown area for Trans-Plastic finishes, minimum investment in stock $2500.00. Write McCall-Boykin Co. Inc.. 2032 Maryland. Avenue Baltimore IS, Maryland. FOR SALE—Nice clean profitable business. Inventory $8000. Good location. Gross sales $3000 per month. STROLE REALTY CO. 17 Summit Ave. RELIABLE person to own and service route of nut and candv machines. No experience .required. Will hot interfere with present employment. Good income. Investment re- ouired. Give phone and address . Write Box 11 c/o Herald-Mail WE HAVE for your inspection: Downtown Restaurant - -Tourist" Home &-cabins' " "•'"' Food Fair Gasoline Station Grocery Store And others ' GAYLORD BROOKS & CO. 135 N. Potomac St. 2nd. Floor Phone 4423. "Ofiice Open 9 A. M. to 9 P. M." Money to Lonn, MortKago 44 LOANS TO FARMERS LONG TERM CREDIT 4% — For: Purchase of farms, refinancing; of mortgages, repairs or construction of buildings. SHORT-TERM' CREDIT 4^%— For: Purchase of dairy cows, farm machinery, feeder cattle, feed, seed fertilizer. Refinancing of debts, repairs or construction of buildings. FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION Pythian Castle Bulldinc 20 North Court St. Frederick. Md. Local Representative Walter D. Bromley In the office oC Henry Holzapfel III Grice Building Ph'one 499 Hagerstown. Maryland Tuesday & Friday 9-12 o'clock MAY WE'show; you the many, advantages of our home-loan plan Today. First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n 33 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001. DANCING—I r 9 daily. I guarantee to teach every scholar. Strasser's Sturtio. 23 W. Wash. St. Ph. 59S-W Instruction—Male 43A CTIAMBKKM A IDF WANTED Apply to MISS BARCEL1.OS HOTEL MECHANICS for construction machinery and heavy trucks. Only persons apply. CKSTEK-LONG. IXC 439 h Potomac St. COOK and family.;. Teforem.'e: nxnii nnd luith J>j;it«:1^ox_J[7_(_-y_o_]5(-rjU«l-.\lail. _ ' with Rood pay. wo '^l hours! *'if v",'ti rto. appjy at Rand's. i:5 AV W-ish- " v .street. KOOKIXC, Muuhaiiicis. Wanted Must Know how to in.stall JiuMt-up roof- nip, flashings, asphalt and asbestos roof shingles.-' Phone W ;l ynes- boro G4:!-M or write Bonded .\ppli- cntors. Inc., 11 East Main .street. \lilXJ'V^Jl 0 Il!'_ Ponna S^ 1 .BSAIA X " \V A NTK O^Ma^ wTth som.e meat experience preferred to soil meat saw* and other appli- iuiccM t(. mejit markets, restaurant* . :UJd hoiei.s Contac HoAr.L BALTI-MOKI-: ,:o.. MS W. Mt. Roval.Ave.. 0 "^ I• M.d. Snratoga 577S. .. >... |.|->l Ml bookkeeping dcp:»rtni*nl. «» ( » r i-i ha ml experience not jicr^ss^rv -\T»- ! ply Employment Onic,> Third flo< r ' J.'«ll£Lj?nL t j!jDrKi__ ^^'" ni .". nm>r i Day and night wo!-]??^ppiv^pV.^ 1 Pfict Olner. S. Pvn^ P n, M gj;' "' y - for larsc dross factory. .Experience in . *ewln« factory. Must he rapablfe of -in- stnictlngr operators. Apply L'AIGLON APPAREL 22 -X. Mulberry St. Don't g-o house huiuinp in .\nril ahowers—Place a Wanted to Rent AOL .-AI.hhMAN to sell nationally known i.roduct^. Kstahllshed territory n.-lgor-stown and .vicinity. Au- Tomobilo necessary,• Automobile al- !mv,-irirc pa:<!, S <Iny \v<7ck. State JiRo. >"(Uir:Hion. expcrionr and sal- »r.v or;pectrd. Reply R. .1. Heinz 1.1^-JjJJl. C;irliNlo St.. Marrlsburg, P.i. >:.\LKSMAN — Unusual opportunity lor mn\\ of good sippearance who <Mijoys inuctinp people. Income to :-if,*lU party upwards' of S300 per ir.ontli. \Vritp Mr. A. S, Knsnor, 515 Ji£j!l££JLJ!U!g-i ^«Ulmr>r» 2. Md. TIKE SERVICE MAN THIS position requires a man with some- experience, hones; and reliable' between the ,-vgrc of 30-40. Good opportunity for advancement in department. Apply Personnel Dept. MONTGOMERY WARD WANTED—Single man to work on farm by the month. Write Box 16 ChcwsvUle. Md. GOOD pay jobs offered trained auto body-fender men in dally "want ads." Put In a few hours weekly Jearninsr welding, painting, metal work, etc. Chance for high wages or your own business. Veterans and Civilians. W'rite for free information. Auto-Crafts Training _U> Box'199. r./o 'Herald-Mail. -P^lliE.-.J^J^lLJ tock "*S AYSH/RK CO'W, registered. freslT also bull ready for service. J. M. ^Thomas. IT.igcrstown Rt. r>. Md. FOR SALE—5 paited riding: horse. Inquire Lewis Kami. .Mt. Etna Rd. GOOD heavy, sound team of horses. N'o blemishes. Charles Forsythe •jjasersto.wn. Route 4. MEDIUM size brown and white spotted pony, vory gentle and child broke. Also new pony saddle 114 Medway Road near Starland Skat- _jng_ Kink. , REGISTERED Berkshire sow with 10 sow pigs that can be registered. Coy A. Price. 3 miles south of Ha- grerstown on Rench Farm on rd. between Sharpsburg and Downsville Pike. Poultry ." nrt __5"PPilC«» Xt ANDREWS CHICKS—Day old and started, flocks state tested Tube agglu Sexed chicks In all breeds James Andrews Hatchery Hager*town McT RFD No < at Mlddli- _burg. Phone ._1_j_3g-.ljj. BABY CHICKS - fCew Hampshire fvcrt.s. • excellent for broilers. NOW ON SALE, wholesale and retail N'KUHAUSKR HATCHERIES J fi, W. C h ii_rch__git. *rel_J27I '!ADY CfJICKS—Day Did or'started New HampsHrc Red Barred Cross White Rocks U ,S. approved; pulo- rum passed. Excellent for egrgs or broilers. Cumberland Vallev llatcherv . Md. " FOR CHlCKSi feeds, poultry sup- plics and Christies Now Hampshire pullets, call* S36-J-]. Martin's Hatchery. WANTED — POULTRY—Broilers Fryers. Roasters. Reds or Whites. jVrite Box 197. c/o Herald-Mail \VAiNTED-Poultry of all klnd"^ Phone Dale B Rohrer. 101S-J-2 after 5 p m. or Smithsbur* S3 b«- = lwoen S a. m. to a \, m Article* for fl A LARGE supply of bean and tomato poles. Charles St. and Hamilton Lane. Open 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. RANGE-White enamel. Used t^ ^ears. (jood condition. 130 R c Ausherman, s Smithsburg 'Rt ' 9 Chewsvllle. ' : — : — : _ SEWING machines, all prices Pi cycles S16 to $20. 138 E. La^st '"H? WCASES ' two us ed floor show"cases, two used wallcases. API 21 Jonathan St 'mK NEW-HOOVER-^TeTnTrT-m^iel 2S and model 6J. Limited quantity nOW flVntlflhlft Fnw !.- j>_i , * B th plV. ff h. --App^rxr-aSSt -^SuTmnit^Tp^ 1 *^ ' Machine, American Beau! - .. 34 Hamilton Blvd., 1st*'floor apartment, norrh ' or ^-°^ s " Suitable for cabin. Write Box 16 c/o Herald- . several-mills-. n ,, , *•--•••«'» -a^*CiiXl U U lib a L? 1 ^, " s J ed - 3 horse Wiard . • -- -•—^~". o nviae » iara lp^|_gankey_harness.«Ph. IO.VI-.T-O OLDTOWN CANOE~^?Jth~~5qSwi CrT c.»»i-i O,.;»_!_>_ r . __ *J*^wt*.»^ « —.**.*>^.i_i >TILIL SuU a.rf l l !I"l S ™, tabl « *°r -™a» outboard *• ' **-f- tji*i.a.ii UULUC motor. Price S35. 145 W. Wash. BMlldln. Matt.ri.l- ROLL BRICK USED lumber sheeting, 2'x4' 4' X 4" 2 'c 6 ' I"/* 10 '' A PP ] >' S1 St.. 2nd floor. Bu«ine»« CHIROPRACTIC & Physiotherap~ eauipment: Tables. Zenith Grjflin & inaction. (Colonic Outfit Lees)Diathermy; Infra Red. large; Mountain Sun Lamp. etc. at your price -r4vl Daytime this week. ~Dr Schaff loifi Monroe St. N *"" — ton: D. DESKS — Reconditioned typewriter desks for sale. Reasonable \ M Long. 52 W. Franklin Sfc " ' ' RESTAURANT—Bar and' store Hi" turfis. ^ K v ^' -S^EISS & SON Z^S \ Jonathan Sf Tel 18I5-J "—- — -~^ • —-«-^-ir-—•-•• ^ *r*f\. t)ALTON adding machine, in A.-1 condition. L, E. Bentz, Mayflower Cab. SAFES & WALL CHESTS, i hr. nr resistive, various Fi7.e«! . RONEY'S _2j» N- Potomac St. Phono ]093 ONE DRAWER metal filing cabinet standard letter size. Phono s.-fil-R' Farm Equipment K .1A JOHN DEERE B tractor on rubber S?p h «vSf" om plows - Guy c Kline - McCORMICK-Deering binder S~~fT cut. Good condition; 100 pullet size rang* shelter: Jamcsway oil brood- Phone 5S3-J-3, Feed «nd FertlH«t>i- pm, T GnfHth. Phone 2S31. saJe Coul and JAMISON'S Dry Kindling WoTd" ^ rite or call Burgess. 705 Oak Hill Ave., or phone 410S-.T. To •7 TOi i~ AI J l wholesale dnd ret*Il ' S , COLD STORAGE Plko Phong 4117 pp. springs, and mattress for safe" - > ractf""" - —- 4. ' * -v~f -,..». ..... .,*.. ^^1^3 4L'4 OiXIC PrKctically new. Phone 3460-R' JlPPj.>" S09 N. Prospect St BOTTLED GAS-Ranges with -Met-' ered Gas Service. See newest models at Jc ,cs Appliance Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phono 21 LEARANCE SALE of alf'kinds of used furniture and household FRJGIDAIUK—4 ft. Good condition. io. Apply George Penrson, 21 E. CxAS RANGES for city or bottled gas. Coal and wood ranges. Oil bpace Heaters. Automatic oil gas or electric water heaters. Warm air heating—stokers—oil burners. ti. L.. Coder. Kalamazoo Denier 0. Box 711, Hn gem own. .\td. LEONARD elec. refrigerator: 3 r,c parlor suite $-10: oil stove SIS- rn- dio SIS. 231 Summit Ave. MAPLF. BED. springs jyhd inner- sprmg mattress. Practically new; .Simmons Bcautyrcst studio couch with covers; chrome breakfast set rod lenther seats; porcelain topped extension tablp; Klcctrolu.v vacuum refiner with all atuuhrnonts Oil I 1.;7<;-W. Ap]>|y 4->b v Summit Avt»,. [• irst Floor. VEW fngerators. Stowart-Warner radios, end tables, coffee tables, porcelain top breakfast set. mattresses Phone M—rear 25ft W. Franklin M. room formerly occuoied bv Dixie S»i£ply__Co. REFRIGERATOR—Leonard FeTrTF- crator. porcelain lined. Excellent condition. Reasonable. ATM Lone 52 W. Franklin St. TWO electric washers, perfect. Har- bax^gh's. Grpcory L 701 Snlem WESTINOHOUSF. electric - tor, porcelain lined. Kxcollent condition. Apply C. R. Cririer. Middleburg Pike, back of Martin's Cold Storage, after 5 p. m. 100 LB. metal icebox;-9x12 Oriental rup: 31 ft. iron fence. Apply Mrs. Spotz. Harbaugh's Apt Funkstown. HUSKI Garden.Tractor and CuuTvaT- i? 1 "',,* 175 ' Used one season. Eston Martin, Maugansville. Md. Also good kitchen cabinet TRACTOR plows. 14-in. bottom Mc£? trum i c 1 V?? 1eo ?|. n «: 2 row cor « Plow. ,M S € - AlllB Chalmers. Ph. Keedys- vllle 90F3. Floyd Myers. Kdys Rt 1 WELDING EQUIPMENT. pumps speed reducers, V and flat belts ana pull«y 8 . chain hoists, electric f,?lff; ^ ase i! 1 ? e 2 t and underground fuel tanks high pressure and heat- Ing- boiler*. Btokers. exhaust fan«. acalea. bench grinder... etc. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO Hagerstown. Md. m.5o zi SHOCKEY'S FURNITURE CO. -30 Summit Ave. Phon« Hadlo Equipment C24. COMBINATION radio-record player 8 tubes. R. C. A. Victor. Also Spar-' tan 6 tube. Ph. 25Q4-.T, K31 Howard ,-,--.-. '^REES; Red Paul Scarlet climbing roses; barberry. 19 wil- son Blvd.. west. Phonp, 18H2-J OUR blended lawn grass seeds are responsible for many of Hagers- towns most attractive lawns. Now is the time to plant the new lawn or repair the old. HOWARD'S hav& a Jarge shipment of garden tools—hoes, xhovels rakes, pick-up carts, lawnmowers' • etc. ' rT,-v'™ Excelj ent Deliveries. HOWAHD-S or HAGEKSTOWN -S-7-9 E. Balto St Phonp SOB ;—: —• ~*>...v.. .-it. rinjijp aUfl HOWARD'S triple tested seeds are f'^ U ^ ™* war raney. Our stock is fresh. Place your order now and be sure of the varieties vou want Excellent deliveries. COWARD'S of HAGERSTOWN .5-7-9 E. Baltn. St. Phone 80g ATTIiA'CTiVlC room. Near ahower aud^bath. Use of phone., Phone btv)-J. FURNISHED bedrooms. 202 East J?rankllu St. Women only FURNISHED BED ROOM for 1 or 2 people 'at 26% B. Franklin St.. 151 or 164 AY. Washington St. GROI-I REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av FRONT ROOM nicely furnished Suitable for 2 persons. 335 W Washington street. FURNISHED bedroom for gentle-' man. 600 block Potomac Avenue. Phone 135-W. FURNISHED bedroom for rent.-Ap- Ply 732 Virginia Ave. . ROOM for rent for gentleman. '""'- 325 Summit Ave. . B«»lnc»a Places tog Reat 71 STORE ROOMS. Offices, storage and manufacturing space for rent OROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av WAREHOUSE for rent. Concrete construction throughout. <000 square ft. floor space. Small office included. Truck entrance. 4 blocks from Square. Phone 3597-J. for Rent _ PRIVATE brick garage. l% blocks from Alexander Hotel. $7 a month. Phone 3597-J. Room _ OFFICES centrally located, on first and 2nd floors. GROH REALTY CO., 40 Summit Av. Wanted—To flent GARAGE WANTED—in or near the 100 block of E. Antielam St. Contact J. E. Hovis, Jr., 105 E. Antie- taro St. or at the Hera Id-Mail Co NURSE AND 15 year old daug'hlor desire a three room unfurnished apt. Phone 1480-R. Mrs. Rebekah Reid. ONE or more rooms, furnished or unfurnished for parents & S yr. old daughter. Forced to move. Write c/o jie raid -Mail. — • :• ' • ' • •** ••• *. _4« vrn t? QU Q MOST Complete line of fleld and grarden seeds. Fertilizer. '«^ TIN F P ED and IMPLEMENT Penna Ave. Hacrerstown D"O1?*1} TQ> \' T-.I * . ' _^ RASPBERRY Plants for sale. Cum"- berland and Logan. DIffendal Orchards, Smithsburg. Ph. Smithsburs: t>9. STRAWBERRy PLANTS. ?2.06"p7r hundred. Apply Robert Martin S'pielman's Station. « 1 > ce Kefrigorator;: J39 50 up. FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO 13 W. Antletam St. FELT BACK FLOOR MATS Universal Type 12,25 Ready cut for Ford &, Chevrolet models 1934-41 $3 ss FORD RADIATORS 192S-29.. J16.60 HUB CAPS for most popvilar cars 1-ord & Chevrolet 1330-35 9Sc TRACTOR TIRE CHAINS 11-25/24T-11-3S JJ4.95 FACTORY REBUILT GENERATOR Ford 192S-31, j 6 . 25 each . Other popular cars CHROME PLATE SEALED BE4M •Fog Lights $4.35 -ea MODEL A CARBURETOR For Most Popular Cars ....... 55.49 MONTGOMERY WARD REELS PFLUEGER "Gem" gun metal fly reel «. c=- BRISTOL fly reel .. ' $395 SOUTH BEND Oren-O-MatYc" flv reel SS 75 KALAMAZOO "Miracle"'" auVomatic fly reel 55 95 MARTIN Automatic fly "rid"" reel $9 50 JTICA Automatic fly reel".'."' $6'95 VERNLEY bakelite reel ..... ?2 - 45 OTHER makes of fly rod reels from 59 C * o T 3 g STEEL Telescopic rods..J4.50—JO5 fig 1 ? BA v IBO ° fly rods WUO to All Kinds of Fly line and Casting- Line MONTGOMERY WARD TUESDAY" SPECIAL, CRANBERRY SAUCE 1 Ib. can 27c •1 cans for 7«c VAX CAMPS -RED KIDNEY BEANS can j 5c 3 cans for 42c DAVIS SALVAGE SALES 47 N. Potomac St. ^PT™ SIDE ARil WATE * Ai.jc-.rvJLi^rvo 5*^5 95 ALL STEEL BUCKET 'A"D\Y DINKIE STOVES BRICK LINED MEDICINE CABINETS $319 ENTRIFUGAL PUMPS ' Jl s'ss ELLAR DRAINERS ?3 4.95—$33.95 CAST IRON PORCELAIN LAVATORIES J U .95 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. cr^-rv x\ D EQUIPMENT SAND BOX with canopy $11 ^ 0 FOOT SLIDE s 2 39S 2 FOOT SLIDE ...".' J2,V')5 5 PLAY GYM SET ns'.bs E Birv?r E ^ BOY ' S AXD G1RL '- S j31v--.lCijr>i5 ...... $3') OS 20 INCH VELOCIPEDE '.'."" jis'so Jfi INCH VELOCIPEDE ?15 00 ALL METAL WAGONS hall- bearing $ SCHINDEL-ROHRER & CO INC 21T-2S S. Potomac St.' WARD WEEK SPECIALS OUTBOARD MOTORS—1 H. p., light compact, efficient. Only ']$ to se!1 .."-. $59.95 MILK COOLERS — REDUCED for Ward Week. 3 CR » 3239.95 j can S24O5 6 can $254.95 Protect your Milk Check IAMMERMILL—TO INCH, reduced for Ward Week. With duster and bagger $121.00 RE-BUILT MOTORS—4 ring pistons. Special for Ward Week Ford 1935-36 S10S.75 fixch. I-ORD 193D to 42 ...$119.95 exch. EAT COVERS — Regular 514.55 cloth and leatherette construction. For Ward Week $9.95 MONTGOMERY WARD TABLE MODEL BURNER OIL STOVE $!"> 70 BURNER OIL STOVE $ Vgft GARDEN SPRAYERS. 3 Rall'on com- Pressor tync. SCHINDEL-aOHRER .t CO INC 26-2S S. Potomac St. —To A CALL to Sam's Exchange will onnp you the highest cash value for vour used furniture, bric-a- brac. glassware 11 and household poods. Let Sam call on vou now Phone 131&-W HIGHEST cash prices paid for new and used furniture. Forsythe Stor- J?.gc. Mill St. Phono S4Q-T LKEPING rooms for rent for gentlemen. Quiet surroundings; c(^n~ __yeniently located. Phone 41fi3-W. WANTED—Used extension ladde?, rowboat, used lumber. Write PO Box 722. <VANTED—lumber. UOOO feet one inch boards. Will pay 6c a ft. delivered. Also 500—2'xS'xl6'. Write or apply 3 Englewood Road, Halfway. , VANTED—Pool table in good condition. See A. R. Powles, at Emmert Hardware Store White Elephants 'ed Into the Want Ad Parade bring CASH to put •ou into the Easter Parade, _ REFINED middle age couple desires small house or apartment Must vacate soon. No children or pets. .WrI te .Box 6. c/o Heral d -Ma i 1. URGENTLY needed by family of 4— house or apt. South End preferred. References. Write Box 20 c/o Herald-Mail. VETERAN, wife and baby desire 3 or more room house within 15 nfiles of town, with ground for (-••arden. Write A. L. Keyfauver. Boonsltoro. Mr).. Rouio 1. VETERAN and wife urgently ne^d 1 or 2 housekeeping roomi?. No children or pels. Phone 2945-W or write Mr. John H. Colton, Box 63, .Security. WANTED TO RENT: 6 10 S room house in "North or South part of Hagerstown. Write or phone Robert A. Lewis. Circulation Deot Herald-Mall. «ml I.nixlw ror Snle A 216 ACRE FARM—7 miles from city; S room stone house... .$12,000 PosseHsion at once. Good location. JOHN L. SWAIN AGENCY 20 Summit Ave. Tel. 2089-.T FREDERICK COUNTY—42 Acres, 3 bedroom house. Barn, 4 outbuildings, brick silo. Includes all livestock and farm equipment. Price $7,000. FREDERICK COUNTY — Pleasant walk, 36 Acres, small house with barn &. two out-buildings. WASHINGTON COUNTY—1 S3 Acres, large 4 bedroom house with several buildings and new barn. Reduced price. CHEWSVJLLE - Lp.iterslnirg — 52 acres good soil, 7 room house, several outbldgs <ft electricity, all In pood shape. Good price &, > early POSH. FOXVFLLE and Gar field 175 A. with 4 bedroom house, 1000 apple treea. Excellent buy. GAYLORD BROOKS & CO. 135 N. Potomac St. 2nd. Floor Phone 4423. "Ofnce Open 9 A. M; to 9 P. M." 17 A. DUAL HIGHWAY — House Elec. • Garage. Well. Plenty of fruit $6000 9S A.—on hard road $9000 LOTS—Maryland Ave., Wilson Blvd. Bower Ave.. R. II, Dual Highway. C. E. WINGER . 236 Ha ere r St. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. Tuesday, April ^2, 1947. HOU«K>» (or Sale THREE STORY double" brick -containing 16 large rooms. All conveniences. Suitable for rooming house, apts, convalescent home. Large lot running to alley. Will sell part or whole. Write Box 9 _o/o He raid-Meil W£ ARE proud to offer our assistance to Veterans who desire a G.I. Home Loan. First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n 33 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001. W. WASHINGTON ST.— Large duplex with 4 car garage & workshop, HW floors and oil heat. WARPERS FERRY— 7 room brick cottage, 2 acres of ground. Immediate possession. Price $3,500. N. 'LOCUST ST.— Double brick, 6 rooms. & bath each, good cond. LINGANORE AVE.— Weather-board house, 6 rooms & bath. Early poss. 51500 down & J30 mo. pays all. MOLLER AVE. — Stucco cottage, 5 good sized rooms and bath, 1 1/3 acres of ground. ROSE HILL AVE.— Brick house, 1st flr. Ig. garage and workshop, 2nd fir. has 2 CHESTNUT ST.— .Cottage with 2 «pts. each has 5 rnis & bath — HW floors — HW heat. , BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT— 12 room house made into 3 apts., steam heat, in excellent cond. SPRUCE ST. — 9 room brick, can easily be made into 3 apts. Hot water heat. $7SOO. GAYLORD. BROOKS & CO. Refers 135 N. Potomac St. 2nd. Floor Phone 4423. "0/Iice Open 9 A. M. to 9 P. M." 0 ROOM house on Va. Ave., all com-., large Jot. R. L. Cook, Hags't Trust Co. Bldg. 3 CLUB HOUSES—2 on Potomac River, i on Conococheague Creek. Priced $1200, $3000 and $6750. R. A. McCUNE REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 412—2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. 3 ROOM weatherboard house. Story and half.. Several outbuildings. Garden. Lot. Immediate possession. Apply Ralph C. Keiffer,; 3 miles west of Welsh Run, near Claylick, Pa., Mercersburg, Rt. i. Lot» or Sale LOTS—Two 56x250 along Thurmont hard rfl«.rt, A: miles from Smithsburg. Electricity and telephone. Desirable site for summer home. Write Box 57, Cavetown. Md. LOTS for sale off Cavetown pike'on Clearvlew Road. City water, electricity. R. F. Forkner, Hag. LOT—Concord St. Curb and pavement. LOT—Nottingham Road. 6 LOTS—Rose Hill Ave.'M. A. DORSEY Office 106 Grice Bldg. Ph. 2774-W. LOTS FOR SALE SHARPSBURG PIKE & ST. JAMES ROAD: Buy vour lot now on easy terms. 20% down and balance monthly. Make your selection; $6 to $10 a front foot. Accessible to city water, transportation, elect- tricity. After you have paid for your lot. we will help to arrange your financing to build your own home. This Is an opportunity to plan for your future. HAGERSTOWN REALTY 1 CO. —Realtors— 12 W. Franklin St. Phone: 1C6 WE HAVE lots for sale on: Cleveland Ave. • Halfway Bryan Place" Maugansville Rd. . And many others in excellent locations. GAYLORD BROOKS £ CO. * 135 N..'Potomac St.. , 2nd Floor. Phone 4423. "Office-Open' 9 -A.-M. to-9 P."M."- - Snlmrhan Country for Sale 87 ilo«i»ci» for Sate NEAR HALFWAY—6 room house, stable, poultry house. "3 acres, garden, timber. J2700. Terms GROH REALTY CO., 40 Summit Av. A SfX ROOM home west, end, complete, bath and furnace, double garage. Reflnished throughout. A. L. JJAHN PHONE 3347 BOONSBORO, 6 room house, city water, electricity. Summer kitchen, wash house, garage, etc. Large lot. Near School. GROH REALTY CO., 40 Summit AT. CENTRALLY LOCATED do n h1e STROLE REALTY CO. 17 Summit Ave. FOUNTAIN HEAD — Distinctive charming home, pre-war construction, this lovely modern homo ha» 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, beautiful living room with fireplace, dining .room, modern Kitchen, basement finished with 3 rooms, oil heat, rock insulation, spacious grounds. Quick sale $15,000. Immed. poss COUNTRY HOME—Taylor's Landing. 5 room frame dwelling electric and garden. $3,000. FARM—10S acres verv productive land, fine large modern stone dwelling and barn, ever flowing spring. Within easy access to ETagerstown Priced to sell. N B. ROWR 26 N. Pocomnc St FOR SALE or trade property or farm—Ultra-modern country home with lovely view. Write Box 12. c/o Herald-Mail. OAK HILL AVE.—Owner leaving city has reduced price on beautifully located S rm. brick home. ' BREWER AND LINDSEY 2nd National Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1 MODERN .HOME—on Avon Road" New bungalow with all conveniences. Inspection by appointment only. Immed. POPS. HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY S. H. Staubs, Assoc. .7 Summit Ave. Phone 129S N'ICE MODERN home near center of city. Modern kitchen. Private bedrooms. Concrete cellar. Karly poss. Priced for quick sale. 29 N". Mulberry after 5 p. m. nnd all Sat NOW THAT WE HAVE PHONE SERVICE AGAIN: WE SOLICIT YOUR. JNQIJ7RY TO THE FOLLOW] XG FINE PROPERTIES: A KEAL HOME with Immed. Poss. in Komitainhead. Very reasonably priced nnd one that will sell itself. You owe it to yourself to see this bargain. A 6 ROOM FRAME, furnace »t bath. 1 A. of land, near City limits. $7500 A 6 KOOM BRICK in excellent condition, on King St. 5 ROOM FRAME in good condition on Reynolds Are. ROOM BRICK, furnace. 4 A. of land, pood water supply .... $6900 6 ROOM Modern Frame, 2-fi A. land; a splendid buy near town .. $6350. CARROLL U BAECHTEL 2nd Nan Bank Bldg. Ph. 1201. REAL ESTATE, insurance, mort- TOURIST HOME: Located on one of the main Highways leading into the city, 9 rooms. 2 baths, hardwood floors, oil burner, hot water heat. 7 ROOM COUNTRY HOME: All necessary out buildings. 9 Acres of land. Sole! over $1.000.00 worth of strawberries last vear. Price: $430i).0f» A M J? ! ! !T: Best location. Rental .000. S1S.OOO. No janitor D««Xi cc rcf 1 utr ed. Real Bargain. BOONSBORO—STONE CONSTRUCTION: On a poured concrete foundation. 9 large rooms, bath, powder room. Hardwood floors throughout Doors and trim, oak. Hot water heat. Replacement cost of this property. $20.000.00. Pricft. $n 500.00 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. —Realtors— 12 W. Franklin SL Phon« 166 Wanted-— Rent Eight room brick insulted houso, oil heat, all modern convenience*, hardwood floors throughout, 3 car garage. Garden. Possession 30 days. Apply 1405 Virginia Ave, ^ Heal > Estate "Designed r 0 r Service" ATTRACTIVE Six room modern .stone and frame home on Dual Highway. This is a good value Possession June 1st. THE COUNTRY* HOME of Drs. C g. and Evelyn Luke located near rvf 0aV r^, C T re r e r^ > u a short d! stance off the Dual Hrghway. Two acres of land that fs well landscaped and expensively planted with ' » «nt . A ten room brick house that commands a lovely mountain view that is strictly modern, having large h«' : S heS a i ld terrace - There are two Sfalf TM « a " efficient oil heating Si ?«MM K S a P 1031 desir ab'e home or could be used for a convelescent home or sanitarium. Can be inspect- Agency appol!lLmeiu wlih this ATTRACTIVE 'old* stone house modernized, lovely setting !„ tr e« "" rUb ' SERVICE STATION, Service garage and six room residence £ acre. Immediate possession . • \t • :. . • FIVE ROOM bungalow" «i acr e Chicken house, hog pen,'near*Blc th Ilh store ' three apartmenta. Automatic V Ceiurally and ideall y located future development. HOUSE with fair size lot — 6-7 rooms—3 mi. radius of city—Fairly modern. $7000 to J3500 price range. Write Box 173, Herald-Mail REAL ESTATE WANTED— I need a house in or near the city between $5 or S,000. Write Box 15 c/o WANTED—To rent or buy house with fair size lot— 5 or 6 rooms urgently needed by middle age CDuple W. E. Ir\yin. SOS Maryland Ave. Phone 2458-J WANTED—6 or 7 room house, J9000 maximum, give details. Write* Box 14, c/o Herald-Mail. WILL pay as much as ?10,000 for house within 3 or 4 blocks of Square. Write Box 200. c/o Herald- Mail. Not! »j ORDER NISI— In the matter of the Trust Estate of Caleb C. Hoover, deceased. .No. 17.1SS Equity. Jn the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. . Ordered. By the Clerk of the Circuit Court..-this '14th .day of April. 1347. that the sales mnde and reported by J.' Bruce Hoover and Ellis G. Hoover. Trustees 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 7th day pf May next: Provided, a copy ot this order be -Inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. Tho report states the amount of sales to be S5000.00. True Copy—Test: - : EDWARD OSWALD. • Clerk. Immediate Delivery ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM RUGS- 2 BURNER OIL HEATERS. PLATFORM ROCKERS. GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME FREEZERS. 4 CU. FT. GENERAL ELECTRIC 60 INCH SINK. COLEMAN 30 GALLON WATER HEATERS. SIMMONS ELECTRIC BLANKETS. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMBINATION TABLE MODEL RADIOS. GAS RANGES, equipped for Bottle Gas, Natural Gas, or Artifical Gas. SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-SO Summit Ave. Phone T203. Gypsum Wall and Ceiling Board. Vi" Plywood DEAN A. KEAGY 169 Summit' Ave. Tel. 3S26-J Xotloe* NOTICE Positively no trespassing at anytime on the property of the Public Golf Course under penalty of law. H. L. MARTIN. ^Several Choice lots on Cavetown The L. S. Spangler Agency L. S. Spaugler.- Glenn V Hal) Floor 2nd- Mar'l Rank ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO CO.N'TRACl'ORS: Sealed bids for the'. general construction Including heating-, plumb^ fcr ., a " d electrical work of the ISortiK Street Colored School Build- in ET, Plage rs town, Maryland will be re ,celved by the Board of Education of Washington County, . Maryland until 2 o'clock P. M. MAY .'0 134? and then, at the office of the 'Board publicly opened and read aloud. • ; . . Information for Bidders. Form of Bid .frorm of Contract, Drawings and Specifications, and Form " of Bid Bond and Performance Bond may be obtained at the office of A" J. Ktinkhart, Architect, Franklia tourt. Hagrerstou-n.' Maryland upon payment of $25.00. Any bidder upon returning these documents promptly and in good condition will be refunded his payment, and anv non-bidder upon -such return -win be refunded J20.00. The Board of Education of Washing-ton County, .Maryland, reserves the rig-ht .to waive any informalities in or to reject 'any or all bids Each bidder must deposit with his bid. security in an amount of not Jess than five per centufti (5%) o£ his bid in the form and subject to conditions provided in the -Information "to 'Bidders. " ' "* No bidder may withdraw his bid within 30 daj^s after it has been publicly opened. By order of BOARD 01\ EDUCATION OF WASHING T.ON COUNTY • Philip A. Rauth; President ^ Benjamin C. Willis,. Secretary Public The undersigned will sell at her home in Boonsboro. Md., on Saturday, April 26, 1947" BEGINNING AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON Round oak range; kitchen oil stove; oil room heaters; Leonard electric refrigerator, in good condition; electric Iron; lamps; china closet; kitchen cabinet, extension table- drop leaf table; antique clock: small flat, top organ; radio; -victrola- records and cabinet; six ; cane- seat chairs: rockers: other chairs- walnut safe: lot pictures; old books: bed and springs; dresser and stands-; old chest of drawers; mirrors; rugs;kitchen utensils; dishes; some- antiques: lawnmower; shotgun: sausage stuffer; grinder; 3 iron kettles; poultry feeders; garden tools: Many other articles too numerous too mention. TERMS: CASH. No good to be removed until settled for. Anna Knocle AUCT.: PAG:E DITTO. ale OF DESIRABLE DOUBLE DWELLING. .vKOWX AS 312-314 EAST FRANKLIN STREET. HAGERSTOWN. MARYLAND. . By virtue of a Decree of the Circuit Court for Washington County passed in -Equity Cause No. 17 1SS" in said Court pending, on April 3rd 194 1, the undersigned Trustee" therein will offer at PUBLIC SALE in front of the Court House Hagerstown, Maryland, on TUESDAY' APRIL 29th. 1947. between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock, p. M^ all the following lot or parcel of land in Hagerstown. Washington County. Maryland, on the North side of East FrankJin Street, fronting on said Street forty- two (42) feet and running back therefrom Northward- ly a distance cf sixty (60) feet. morf. of less, and being that, same property which was conveyed unto Caleb C. Hoover .by Harry K. Powles and Genevieve L. Powles hig wife, by deed dated February 2Sth. 1223. and of record at Liber 164 folio 459. among the Washington County Land Records. The improvements thereon -consist of a. two and a half (2»i) storv double frame dwelling houser known as 312-314 East Franklin Street. each side thereof consisting of SIT (6) rooms and a bath. Rental income — Thirty-two (532.00) per month. Landlord's possession — May ist. 1947. TERMS OF SALE: One-third (1/3) of the purchase price in cash on the day of sale or upon the ratification of the sale, one-third (1/3) in six months, and one-third (1/3) in twelve months, or all. cash at th« option of the purchaser: a deposit of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) will be required of tha purchaser on day of sale. State, County and Cit., taxes, and water and sewer rents will be apportioned and adjusted as of May 1st. 1947. BRUCE HOOVER. ELLIS G. HOOVER. Trustees. •Toseph C. Snyder. Auctioneer. Samuel C. Strite. Attorney. ROT2 BABY CHICKS Live. Lay and Pay Nine standard breeds. Sexed pullets and cockerels. Special prlct on Leghorns and heavy •r^ck- erels. All breeder* vnU».1'•'taJ blood-tisteo. Cutftlajrc*.*tid Price List RAfMQND S. ROTZ ltry Farm and Hatchery Box 3F, Fort Lou don P*. Phone St Thorn** 1J7-R-2I

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