The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on November 25, 1937 · Page 8
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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1937 THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. THIRTEEN Here Are Many Value-Revealing Offers To Whet Your Buying Appetite G-MEN ASKED AFTER/THREAT MINNISAI'OUS. Nov. 24 (If). Guv. Elmer A. Benson today »»k< Attorney Oeuaral Homer B. Cm rclngs to assign Uepurtmcnt of Ji tlce agents to aid'In toe uolutio of the Patrick J. Corcoron assasi nation as William Mailed, CIO lea or, reported to the police he wi ordoi ed "to get out uf town or els you"will got it.'' ' Mauseth, a member of the in chinists union which broke with tb AFOL, had cha;ged that the latt was lesnonslbie for "imporlln fl'uggcrs from Chicago to hoglii reign of terror." Maujeth told police he receive five telephone call* within 20 mln utea threatening him if he ,did no leave town. He said two call came while the police, aummone shortly after the first call, were his home. 'SINGING COP' TO GET HIS CHANCE Sacramento, Calif., Nov. 24, (fi*) —From the saddlo of a hiotorcycli to the opera itage is the ambition of George Stinson, "Singing Cop' of th» California Highway patrol. Thanks to his ouperiors, who hare granted him a leave of ab sence; San Francisco music lover«, who have contributed funds, and Director Gaetano Mcrola of the San )*ranci»co Opera Company. Stinson will spend a year in Italy studying voice. ...•;•• Place For Everything SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 24 (£>) —A motorigt roared past Ab Jenk ln«,,'distance speed .record holder, and Jenkini 'gave chase. He turned a 16-year-old high school boy o^'er to police. "Speed's, all right," Jenkins told the 'boy, "but only on a race track." A DIRECTORY of want! and offer» which U brought strictly up. to-daU each day—thit'a what; th« Claiiiaed Section li. HERALD-MAIL INFOft.VlATlON All ftda are restricted to their proper classification* and to th* regular Herald-Mail «tyl« of type. Errors in advertisements ihould be reported Immediately. The Herald-Mall will not be responsible for more than one incorrect Inter- tion. Advertising ordered for irregular inertion takes the one time rate. PHONE YOUR CLAS.SII-'JI'JD AD TO 104 - 100 ' 106 No ads taken for less than a basis of three Hues. Count six average words to the line. The average word contains six letters, ; Dally rates per line for consecu- Jvo insertions: JLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES C*»h Rate One time 10 Three times 08 Six times 01 All Classified Advertlsinc !• CASH-IN-ADVANCE Ads ordered for three or six times .nd stopped before expiration will ie charged for only the number of imes the ad appears and adjust* nents made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertla- g upon request. Careful attention riven to small WHEN AND WHERE TO FLAGS YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Dear tmei 'ail. These offices are open to receive dvertlsements from 8 A. M. to I . M. dally. All ads received up un- 1 11 A. M. will appear in edition ame day and 8 P. M. will appear. Classified Advertising Do- ent is eituated at the Herald- S 'ill day. gladly assist idltion follow!^ The Ad-taker, WL__ „ „ ou it desired so that the copy for our ad Is prepared in such a man- ii^aa to b ri n c th e s reatest res u 11». CLASSIFIED INDEX The .followiner advertisements un- r the following classifications are rranged in ALPHABETICAL order r quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS —Notices. —In Memorlam. —Card of Thanks. « —Flowers and Mourning Goods. —Funeral Directors, —Monuments and Cemetery Lots, j —Personals. —Bowling Alleys. —Societies and Lodges. —Lost, Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE —Automobiles for Sal*. —Autos for Hire A—Delivery Service. —Battery and Ignition Service. —Body and Fender Work, Paint- Ini Tops and Upholstery. 16—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires, Parts, Accessorlw. 17A—Wanted—Automotive. 13USINHSS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Ueauty Parlors. ISH—Harber Solum. . ISC—Radio Repairing 1 . ISO—Welding and Brnzfnff. 10—Building: and Contracting. 20—Cleaning, Dyeing-, Renovating. 21— Dressmaking and Millinery. 22— Heating, Plumbing, Rooitnc, 23—Insurance and Surety Uotid. 24—Laundering. 25—Moving, Truck ins, Storage. 26—Painting 1 . Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing, Engraving, Ulnditie 28—Professional Service. 29—Repairing and Reflnlshing. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 25B—Shoo Repairing. 290—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing 1 . 31—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—female, .'til—Help Wanted—.Male. 34—Help—Male and Female. 35—Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents. 36—Situations Wanted—Female. 37—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 38—Business Opportunities. 39—Investment*. Stocks, Bonds. 40 —Money to Loan, Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses, 43—Local Instruction Classes. 44—Musical, Dancing, Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Inptruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats, Other Pets. 48—Horses, Cattle, Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 50—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 51—Articles for Sale. 51A—Barter and Exchange. . 52—Boats and Accessories. PROVE all things. And while you're at it, prove to your own satisfaction the moneysaving service of the Classified Ads. READ THEM TODAY! 53—Building Materials. §r— Business and Offlco Equipment. 55—Farm and Dairy Products. 56—Feed and Fertilizer. 56A—Goal and Wood 57—Good Things to Eat. 58—Homemade Things. 59—Household Goods. 60—Jewelry, Watches. Diamonds. 61—Machinery and Tools. 02—Musical Merchandise. 62A-~Radto Equipment. 63—Seeds, Plants. Flowers. 64—Specials in the Stores. »»—Wearing Apparel. 66—Wanted—To Buy ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board 68—Rooms without Board. 63—Rooms for Housekeeping. (0—Vacation Places. 71—Where to Eat. 72—Where to Stop in Town. 73—Wanted—Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 74—Apartments and Flats 75—Business Places tor Rent. 76—Farms and Lands for Rent. 77—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Rent. 78—Offices and Desk Room. 79—Shore and .Mountain—For Rent. SO—Suburban—For Rent. 81—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE R—Brokers Real Estate. 82—Business Property for Sale. 83—Farms and Lands for Sale. 84—Houses for Sale. 84A—Garages for Sal* —Lots for Salt* Automotive Automobiles For Sail 11 Announcements Personals ADVENTURE, Romance, Detective, western, Sports, etc. 114 North Jonathan. MEN OLD AT 40! GET PEP—New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new ? ep. Value $1.00. Special price 9c. Call, write Rudy's Rex.111 Pharmacy. • NOTICE—I will not he responsible for any hills contracted hy anyone other than myself. Elsie jr., widow of Ross Borne. IS YOUR OLD CAR GETTING BHABBYV THESE LOOK AND RUN LIKE NEW and Besides they are backed by the Famous STUDEBAKER PLKDOK— 30 DAY GUARANTEE 5 DAY DRIVING TRIAL '37 STUDEBAKER Sedan ...$785.00 '36 LAFAYETTE Coupe 545.00 •31. NASH Sedan 1S5.00 ':!! CHI3V. Coach 175.00 '30 GRAHAM Sedan '32 ISSSKX. Coupe •30 STIJDKHAKER Coach •M STUDEBAKlili Sedan •30 P.UICK Victoria •23 I-IUP.MOB1LE Sedan •30 CHEVROLET Sedan •2S COMMANDER Sedan •28 CHEV. Coach Your Present Car As Down Pa FLE1GH MOTOR CO. 570 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 33> 105.0(1 145.00 HO.00 1-10.00 125.00 85.00 25J Automotive Repairing &. Service Stations CAR WASHING 50c—General repairing & battery service. Am- hrosc's Garage., rear 33 N. Jonathan Tires, Parts, Accessories 17 1—600x20 Seibcrtlntr tires & tubes. £ood as new. .Moses Berkson, 143 N'. Jonathan SI. Business Service Business Service Offered 11 GLASS—Sold and replaced In automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop. 11 N. Locust Ph. 26J3W THEN LOOK anc'. At BUT Automotive Automobile! For Sale 11 LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 5 PASS. SEDAN Driven 4,000 miles. Good as new. 800.00. Harold Levey, 1000 Hamilton Blvd. 1931 BOICK o Passenger Victoria Coupe, reconditioned and repainted, tires all good for S2.15. Also some 1930—29 and 28 good BUICK Sedans at Bargain Prices. THE USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 1201 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 14 1337 CHRYSLER Snort Coupe A beautiful tan. Radio & many extras, low mileage. Looks just like a. brand new car. See this ono and cet our low price J. S. SNOWBERGER A SONS 219 E. Washinffton St. Phone SOI HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Where Used Cars are Reconditioned "With an OK That Counts" GUARANTEED OK USED CARS 1036 OLDSMOBILE 6 Sedan. Equip pert with radio and heatc Priced for quick sale. 1935 LA SALLE Sedan. Dark ma roon, splendid shipe .... ,_ 133S CHEVROLET Mstr. 4 Dr. Se dan. Finished in gray, fin condition . J5fi 1D3B CHEVROLET Master 6 Coach Black finish with red win wheels, fine condition .... $49 1936 FORD Tudor Sedan. Tru model, equipped wit radio ?49 1936 CHEVE. Std. Town Serial Black. Nice appearance . .$48 1935 BUICK DeLuxe Sedan. Equip ped with radio anil heater, fl condition thru out. 1034 BUICK 5 Pass. Coupe. OriB inal black finish. In • perfec condition-throughout .... J46 1935 CHEVE. Std. Coach. Biacl Has had excellent care .. $38 1935 FORD DeLuxe Tudor, with ra dlo. Has had excelien care $33 SCHOOL BUS. 45 Pass. Body an chassis In fine condition. See thi for a real value. Orig. sold fo $1,800. Now $45 FORD & CHEVROLET TRUCKS, l /t ton panels, 1 y. ton stake ant dump bodies. Many Other Makes and Models Priced Accordingly Terms to Suit Your Income HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES/ ln> USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone -158 Look For the B\z Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" BIG BARGAIN! IN USED CARS MARYLAND MOTOR CO.. Inc. Distributors Chrysler - Plymouth 56-62 W. Franklin St Phone 2500 1936 CHEVROLET Pick-up Truck- In perfect, condition, pood rubber, small mileage, $:I50.00 to quick buyer. Apply Alex. J. Mantll. Incorporated, 139-141 E. Franklin Street, Haserstown, Maryland. ACROSS >-. Waggle «--Worry I 10—To give extrenif • unction 1o < archaic) H—To flame up aea lit To damage 21—Spread gran; to dry 2.1- Snake-like tish with an 26—Made of unsteady oak light 28-Nothlng 12—Born ' 30-.Letter M . 13—A Hussian 32—Medieval Soviet Meditcr- leadcr. ranean died 1924 venacl 14^-Woody plant 33—Intlde 34—Ravine 36—Hail! 37—Inner satellite of Uranua 38-Kind of lily 40—Nigh precedence 41—More ' over ill compact ' • Mher* at j'.\ '' DOWN I-8mall tkln 4-Joy ; tumon " " ' »-Within •—A town In. 8-lreland i poetic* fi-Male singing voice 11— Run away 15— Decay IC-Sliorl 20— Dog houses 33— Man's , 22— Risk name 24— Ignited 35— Narrow 25— One of inlet King Lear's 36 — One-spot daughters in cards 27— The center 39— The (Fr.» bottom ' timber of a vessel 2!>—A kind of pneumonia ,11—An additional amount, HURRY Last chance to save at our STOCK DEDUCTION SALE OF USED CARS Only a few more days for you to save at our ^reat stock reduction srlft of used cars. Last minute trade-ins on new Pontiiics have brought us many more de.siriible cars for you to choose from. Prices lave been dropped even lower than jeforc to assure quick clearance. Take our advice and come in now— profit by these last minute price cuts on Good Will Used Cars. STIT.T. A WIDE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM AT SAVINGS UP TO $100.00 1334 PORD S. Coupe J135 1929 OLDS Conch 35 1935 PONTIAC li Coupe 395 1934 PORD Conch 275 1930 ERSKINE ... . »5 1930 BUICK DeL. Coupe 135 1930 PORD Coach 95 1929 OAKLAND Sedan 45 1935 FORD Coupe 345 I93S PONTIAC 6 Coupe 510 1336 FORD Coach 34.1 1934 FORD S. Coupe 265 19S2 CHEVROLET Coupe 105 1930 GRAHAM «9 95 10,14 FORD Coupe, aonor.il Tires, Radio 26ii PHONE 1510 PONTIAC SALES 18 E. Franklin St. Tbumma Motor Co. SAFETY TESTED USED CARS AT BARGAIN TRICES •35 CHEVROLET Master Conch. Ra- J'dio and heater. '36,CHEVROLET Sport Coupe. •30 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. Sedan. Built- in trunk, r.idio and heater. '36 OLDSMOB1LK S Tre. Coupe. '3C OLDSMOUILE G Trf. Coupe. '.1C PONTIAC S Ti-ff. Sedan. •35 FORD Tudor Sedan. Built-ii trunk, radio. '.1-i CHEVROLET Sport Conpe. '34 PLYMOUTH DeLuxe Sedan. •3-1 DODGE Sedan. Open Evenings Until 10 O'clock .1. S. SNOWBERGER ,t SONS 219 E. Washington St. Phono SOI GUARANTEED USED CARS 1937 FORD DeLuxe Tourins. Radio, heater. 1937 FORD Tudor. 1336 FORD Tudor Tourine. 1836 PLYMOUTH Coach. 1335 PONTIAC Coupe, with radio. 1935 FORD Fordor Tourinff. 193' FORD Coach. 1334 FORD Cabriolet. 1333 CHEVROLET Coupt. 1933 FOHD Tudor. 1332 FORD Coupe. 1936 FORU 157" Truck. 1936 1NTEP.NATIONAL Chassis. 1935 FORD 157" Truck (complete.) 1930 FORD 131" Truck. 1930 FORD Panel. FORDSON Tractors. NEWMAN AUTO COMPANY Phone 74 Smithsburg. Md. Radio Repairing 18-C MILLER'S KAD10 SERVICE i'otir Radio repaired $1.00. Open S A. M. to 3 P. M. 4 N. Mulb'ry. G26M Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 STATE AUTO. Compensation <t Fire Insurance. J. B. Burgessor, 17 Negley Bldg. Piione f>3S. Laundering WANTED— Washing and ironing. Curtains stretched. '2 pairs 15c. 444 ii North Mulberry St. Repairing and Refinishlng 2t F. J. GACK—Reupholsterint' & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 2305J. 32 Center St. Wanted—Business Service 31 OPENED Under new management. Mechanical work wanted on all cars'. Work guaranteed. Car storage wanted. C. L. 'Main, Mgr., 609 W. Washington St. Livestock Wanted—Livestock 1'OUI.TRV — All kind: wanted. Zimmerman & Cor, nhurob * Jonathan UMl «KK8 Wishard. Ph. 2271 Merchandise Articles (or Sale ALL TVI'K ELIiCTUlC MOTORS * Controls. 600 MOTORS (nil ieveral ! thousand inrts IN STOCK. Indus- i trial motor repairing. HnRcritown j l-.'(|lllpnient Co.. Maryland Av* ; Piione 141 HKAUTV I'AHLOit OUTFIT" Con.siHtinfi: of electric hair dryer, sterilizer cabinet, plate glass mirror, dressing table, lavatory complete with fixtures, settco £ cliuir and several small pices. Cheap to quick buyer. Terms if rleslrtnl. SIIOCKKV FUHNITUHE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1270 ELKCTP.IC ^million, Applhim-n Washing min-'liino. A-l i Im-gilin, J22.no. .!< H ;ervk-i', IM Summit Avp. PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state that you saw the advertisement in the Herald-Mail. This will immediately identify you as a progressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, ami insure you the very best service. J3egj Estate For Rent Houses for Rent 77 WASH. ST. W. < -' family hou Hath, furnace, 10 rooms. Inul. pns Al.«o (in X. Locust and no Irish St. 119 N. Potomac. Phono 1291-R. Wanted—To Rent 81 Real Estate For Rent i ~-^,^ V'AXTiOf)—To rent ono unfurnished room and hitch ono tic; private hath. Central. Write Bov 10t'. c-o llcrald-.Mail, Real Estat_e_ForJinle Farms and Land For Sale 83 KAI Of— At! join Ins fiag-erslown along; main highway; about 10 A; CJood house, ban) & out buildins'H. Approximately 1200 ft. on highway. Prico riffht. 1 lagers ton-ii Realty lifi. LECTitic uidimiGtiUATioN. MOTORS and PA UTS. Wholesale *n4 retail. Repairing A rewinding. Hafjarstown Equipment Co., Maryland Avo. Phona 146. ELECTRIC MOTOUS & PARTS— Now and used motors control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any mako or type. GR 1CENWALT El.RCTKIC CO. Phone 337. FURNACES— Pipe, pulley-, pin nib Ing- hoso. beltlnr, -, i n- supplies, OFFICE FURNITURE. Mngerstown Efniipmcnt Co.. Maryland Av«. Phono HC. Apartments and Flats 74 j APTS.—:>27 Knyonlds ,\vr., HI1! I Crest Itoad. If. W. Antirtnm. j OIIOII KKAf/l'V Co.. 13 .Summit Ave i IV FAR.M—9 . of Hafi-crstown. Priced to sell. D. -M. Rldcnnur, Smlthshurff, Md. Houses For Sale M CEXTUALLY LOCATED—4 rooms & hath, hardwood floor. 1 ;. T2> r > per month. UACJEItSTOWN HKAI/TY CO. 12 W. Prnnklin St. Phone 16 FOK J'.KXT—J'rlvato a part men t iarjre rooms, bath, hail ;ind atli all outside ronms. Automatic In water heat; 2S2 South Potomac ^ Possession Dec. 1. lfl37. Apply Me lor.s .Market, ,'ISt S. Potomac St. 5000 PI1OXOOKAPH J1ECOHDS " SeloclioiiK of alt kinds. TOUR CHOICE. lOc EACH. HARRY'S RADIO SKRV1CE. Ifi W. Franklin St. Phone 13H-K. ,000 LOCUST POSTS—Will sell any amount. Phone IF2, Clcarsprlng. W. N. Boyd. Feed and Fertilizer •'Oil SALE—Loose alfalfa hay, second and third cutting:. Phone 1153M, W. K. .Miller. ED Cord woo preen wood , Clearspring-. '.. dry locust or desired, Phone W. N. Boyd. Coal and Wood 5*-A TCN. RED ASH LYKENS VALUflT Takes 2-3 the TOILS. 1-2 the att. W. M. .BEATTV. PHONE 1!08J COAL — COKE — WOOD Hiffh Quality Plus Good Service LEISTER COAL CO. Phone 778. 60 W. Lee St. 'Wo Make It Hot For You" J OCAHONTAS — Nut or etove. Penn. lump, Lylcens Valley, pea, nut or stove. Mine run & stoker coal. Call or see PEOPLE'S COAL CO. Phone 2036. 10 McComas SL "ASHED, GrantvMle and Lump ;oal. Try a loan 5-J.50 up. I have L coal for all drafts. PERU'S TltANSI-'ER. Phone 51. FREDERICK ST. 7^L' — Furnish. cnttaffos for Hsht. housekeeping, «lVKY~~GABLE 5—Oak ""iTilPat~l*o Ave. Newly decorated furnlshi apt.. 3 rooms & hath. Klevat service. Also unfurnished )'» roo A- hath, first floor apt. Both wit electric kitchen. Apply In hulldin HAMILTON DLVD.-920 — 3rd floti north; nossession Dec. 13. C? ioaaii or ;tos. HAMILTON BLVD.-1H5 —1st floor, room apartment. No children. V Frank Wolfe. Phone 54R. HAMILTON BLVD.-S34 —i bath; furnished. 2nd floo LOCUST ST.-N.-22n—McHenry Apt;. 5 rooms; possession Dec. isi. Appl 1st floor .sou111. .MOLLEi: APTH.—-1-4 room aparl ment, li bed rooms. Dec. 1st. Ca .Mrs. Hays 2254-M. N E W .MOD li! RN A PA RTM ENTS— :! and 4 rooms. Private baths. Ap ply 115 N. Potomac or Phone 2600. NICELY Furnished apartment. Cou pie, no children. Convenient bed room. CQ2 Sunset Ave. after 5 p. n Good Things To Eat PPLES—Stayman Winesap. York Stripe, Black Twig, Yorks & other varieties. A grade to suit the price you want to pay. Sweet cider, 20c per gallon. Snyder's Orchard, Snyder & Virginia Avea, 1'ARKS Deltclous, Golden Delic- OUB, Stayman Winesap, Black Twig, Yorks. First and second grades. Cider apples. Sweet elder nd vinegar. Open 6 a. m. to 8 i. in. daily except Sunday. D. S. Martin, new packing house. Mld- '-urg nlk«. EmDloyment Help Wanted—Female OPPORTUNITY—For amhitious man in professional sales fore Write box 1 c-o Herald-Mail. WOMAN ovor 30, clean habits, a housekeeper Tor family of 3. NIC surroundings, good wages. Stn nights. Call 27S, after 7 p. .m. 2765 for appointment. Help Wanted—Male FARMER to work by year; f. proposition; reference. Write 105 Horjilfl-Mall. STVLESMEN to"TcTT'electrical appll an ccs: experience 1 not necessary We train you. .Modern App. I •10 S. Potnmac St. Situations Wanted—Female 3 nursing or hostess. Ex perienccd in both. Write Box c-o Herald-Mall. Financial Money to Loan—Mortgage! 4 .10NEY TO LOAN—On ffood la mortffa&es, 6%. II. P. Hartman lii N. Jonathan St. lOiN'EY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Affency 304-5-fi Second Natl. Bank Bid*. IONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE, 26 N. Potomac St IONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES GROH REALTY CO. 13 Summit Ave. MONKY for First Mort^ares COURT REALTY CO. t H-15 2nd Nat. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2481 Instruction Musical, Dancing, Dramatics 4' ANCJNG CLASSES—For beginners every Mon. & Tliurs. niffhts, 3 P. M. Franjt St.rn.sser. 54 W Wash._16ii7J Private Instruction 45 DURSI-IS In the languages o£ Pan- \niericai Union countries—Eng 1 '• French, Portuguese and Span- :h—tangrht by eipert native teachers without any other charge than -11 registration fee. Addresi . I>S__T-Terald-arail. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 41 Save - On Dependable A - Safe Used - Car iy37 PLYMOUTH DeLnxe Coach Light, hi lie, very \o\v mileage. Looks like a new car and is in perfect condition throughout. Priced for quick sale. Trade and easy terms. .1. S. KNOWBEROrcil £ SONS 21!> K. VVnahlnprton Kt. Phono SOI Autos For Hire 12 TAXI DUIVUR IS Wlntors. Mvery person ciu-rind safely. PAljl.JJ^.IOMNSON. Motorcycles and Bicycles IS MOTO-SCOOT— Motorized scooter, Hkn now, priced reasonable. Terms. TW1GG CYCLE CO., '13 N. Mulberry IVAT HOGS—For sale. Weight :tOO to -100 Jbs. Harry S. DiLLo, Clcnrsprln .Aid., R-2. I'.UAVY draft mare, works anywhere hilched. Apply 135 E. Franklin .Street. Poultry and Supplies 49 CUSTOM HATCHING — .Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd.. R Phone 3C2J. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store, Phone.806. I.\f:UL!ATOR—U>0~c ~K ff"»I"«cT msV; 1 nil brooder, .100 chicle size; '100 ft. o f us c d Ui mj> cr. 11OG Pope Ave. i COLTS—Good onosl PnT~lioFs7~<0 Khnats. John D. Huffman, I3re;Uh- edsvillc, Md. Household Goods 51 ENAMEL RANGE—Green and ivory, A-l condition. Price ?;i5. Forsyth Storage, Mill St. Phone S49.L LARGE b'lftet $20. Maytag washer ?30. 100-yr. " old socty. J10, ext. tngle $S. Must gr. at .once. Good condition; 703 Forest Drive. 3 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE Mohair, Mouqtiette reversible cushions, good condition, $35.00 The Original MILLER'S FURNITURE STORE .11 S. POTOMAC ST. POTOMAC ST. S. .319—4 room mod ern apartment. Apply 317 S. Pot mac, between 10 - ii! a. m. 5-7''p. i POTOMAC AVE.-1006 — Potoma Hill Apt Desirable 1st floor: i children, oil heat. Phone I167J. 'SUMMIT AVE. 22S, 44^ E. Frank!!.. St., 41 East Ave. Apply Bcarinprer Kyerly Store. WASHINGTON ST.-E.-202—3 nic>. light rooms, conveniences, reason able rent. Apply 122 S. Mulb. 235SR WASHINGTON SQUARE—5 rooms private bath, 2nd floor, newly deco r-ittul. Call Mrs. H. L. Knclsle> Piione !",!>•(. i ROO^t Apartment. December Hardwood floors, stove and 'refrigerator. Apply 1st (loor, 216 Sout Prospect SL 1 BRIGHT, Completely furnished, room apartment, electric kitchci 1 mi furnished. No children. In quire 710 Summit Ave. Business Places for Rent 7 HALlj—For am n semen ts,- 40 ft. b 70 fl. South Hag-erstown Fire Co First St, A Guilford Ave. Phon S2MV or 1055J. Houses for Rent Machinery and Tools 61 FOR SALE—-Thia cial on New Kmmert Harrlwa week only, a ape- Idea spreaders, e Co., Inc. Radio Equipment 62-A R. C. A.- Victor 2 volt Farm Radio, cab. model, slightly used. Will sell cheap. Apply 230 East avenue. ANTIETAM ST.-W.-4-J7 — Single brick, modern. December 1st. 10 BucniL Vista Ave. Phone 219W. A MODERN HOME Should have an Automatic Gas Water Heater "Installed. Ba sure before renting 1 . CENTRAL—10 room house, bath and lavatory; splendid condition; immediate possession. Apply 23 E, Franklin. Seeds, Plants, Floweri •3 UMBRELLA TREES—Large, perfect .shape. Will sacrifice. Also some nice peach trees & hedge plants. 19 Wilson rtlvd.. W, Phone 1832.1. FUNKSTOWN—6 room Alain St., all modern conveniences, furnished or unfurnished. Jno. W. Johnson. GOOD HOUSES — 210 Fairground, 37-( S. Cannon, Western Pike. GROH REALTY Co., 13 Summit A Wanted to Buy 66 4 CEDAR TREES—50* high, 30' jn diameter, for Xmas decorations. AL K Miller, City Light Plant. Ph. 76G Rooms and Board Rooms With Board 67 \VKST SIDE AVI3.-222—Nicely furnished room with board in private family. Phone IQiJS-M. Rooms Without Board L LARGE front bedroom, nicely furnished, $3 weekly. 235 E. Baltimore St. VTTRACTIVL; room home; use of phone. Apply S07 Hamilton 6 P. m. Phone 20r>0-.M. in private garage free. Blvd. after GUILFORD AVE.-51S—Modern 6 room house; steam licnt. Apply 52S Gnllford Ave. after B p. m. GUILFORD ^VB.-C23—Widow desires to share furnished home; all conveniences. Apply same. JTAGKR. ST.-22C—G room house, modern convenience. Apply U2S Hager St. Phono 5G5-AV. HAGER ST.-23S—New G room brick, modern conveniences. Possession December 1st. Apply 242 Ilager. NORTH SIDE — Semi - detached house. 8 rooms, bath, Jst floor lavatory, ffarage. near schools and stores, on bus line. $65 incl. heat. Write Box [17, c-o Herald-Mail. PARK PLACld-453—G rooms, bath & furnace. Apply 300 S. Locust St. Phone 2431R. Possession Dec. 1st. 'UUNISHED front bed room, private home for 1 or 2. Phone 370-R. SINGLE HOUSE North End for rent. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency, Rms. 304-5-6 Sec. Nat. Bit. Bldg. Sl'MMKK ST.-217—f> room house, electric and commode, $14 mo. Call IS ISM. ICIOLY Furnished bedroom, hot & old running' water; srarase. 550 Summit Ave. /E3T SIDE AVE.-123—Nlcoly furnished bed room for 1 or 2; hot wa- heat, bath; conveniences. LARGE front furnished bed room, uitable for 1 or 2. Second floor. 1,16 S. Potomac. Rooms For Housekeeping 61 EDKOO.M, Kitchen and sun parlor, .'urnislied. Modern. Garage. Adults only. Apply 820. Guilford five. VIRGINIA AVE.-1927—Modern, tile bath, hardwood tlirnout: graragrc. Rent reasonable. Call 2173. Kl'.iCIv Ktmgalnw. fJullforrt Ave.— -Six rooms, hot water boat. Price $4,150.00. ?2,. r iOO can remain. M arre place, four room frame house, nil out buildings. Close to Williamspnrt. Price 52,500. 161 aero farm clo.se tr» Williamsport. Llmcstnne Iniul. Price $S,OOQ John K Siva In. Phnne 3flS!U. bl-;si ItAULE Homes and investment properties In all sections. Call Thnrmnn C. Limlsey, Court Realty Co., 2\ 1 Second iVat'l. Bank Bldgl Piione 24S1. JiLTPhEX —Hamilton Blvd. Rent ffi.'i.OO per mo. Pricerl for hnmedf- jile sale. J.'.SOO. Hagerstown Realty Co. Phone 168. FOR SALE business -Deairablo homes, lots; locations. Insurance, Also rents collected; 1st mortgage loans sod. Chas. E. Fry. 1100 Ham- llton Blvd. Phone 2391-J. _ GOOD bath _ double brick house 6 rooms furnace each Eido •(• garages Knoil in vestment. FARM CITY COUNTRY & COMMERCIAL. Prop- W. MURRAY BAECHTEfj Agency. Rms. 304-5-6 Sec. Nat. Bk. Blrtg. GU1LFOHD AVE.— 6 rm. dwl., hot water heat, built-in garage, $2.400. Terms. South End, double near Jr. High School, $2,250. Farms, 2 to 400 acres. N. B. Rowc. 26 N. Potomac St. II' 1 1~OU \Va7i rTo~~hi.y"or sell real estate see C. E. AVineer. 126 E. Baltimore St. Piione 2SS3. IF A HOME or property for Investment, we have them in all sections oC Haters town and suburbs at low prices and on easy terms. See us for pood buys. Strole Realty Co., Arcade Bldg-, LELT.ERSEURC, — Restored Colonial dwelling, modern bath and kitchen. harwood floors, hot water heating plant with stoker. Deep well and largo filtered cistern, 2 car garage. One acre ground, lawn flower garden, fruit trees. Possible to convert Into 6 room dwelling and i room apartment without expense. Easy terms can be arranged. Hudson- Hetzer Agency, 7 Summit a^e. Phone 129S. MODERN^-6 room house, H mile from city limits, I'/i acres good level la.ml, $250 cash, balance financed. L. S. Spangler, 2nd fl., 2nd National Bank Btdg. NORT1-I J3ND—Now, modern, brick, bath, furnace, oak floors, etc. Onlv $500. cash and S25 mo. GROH REALTY CO.. 13 .Summit Ave. NEAR TOWN— New 6 room house, modern, large loL Price $2,800 5SOO cash. Balance 1st mortgag John . E. Taylor Agy. Phone 8 ge. 38. Lots For Sale 85 Building lots in good locations. iG5. Easy terms. GROH REALTY Co., 13 Summit Ave Auctions—Legals Legal Notices 91 ORDER NISI—D. K. McLaughlin, Assignee, versus Harry B. StoufCer and Viola C. Stouffer, Mortgagors. No. 13,5D^ Equity. In the Circuit Court for Washing- 011 County sitting as a Court of Equity. Ordered, By the Clerk of the Cir- uit Court, this 10th day of Noveni- ier 11)37, that the sales made and Rportcd by D. K. McLaughlin, As- ignee of Mortgagee for the sale of lie real estate in the proceedings of Ills cause mentioned, be ratified and onnrmed, unless cause to the con- rary be shown to the Court on or efore the 3rd day of Decembei e\"t: Provided, a copy of this order e inserted in some newspaper pub- shed in Washington County, at ;ast once a week for three succes'- ive weeks before the said last men- ion eel day. The report states the amount of lies to be 5200.00. True Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD, Clerk. Merchandise HAL Close Out Prices)) on all HEATERS and RANGES Meyers & Berkson, Inc. 41-43 W. Franklin St. Public S»le Public Sile Fmnrmtairc ULBHKRY ST.-N-15—2 or 3 fun), sited rooms, private battl. gn.« light, good lit; j5-SC.2fi. Ph. 2210M OTO.MAC ST.-N.-230—2 rooms sull- [i for housekeeping. '.Mil IT AVE. 173—2 liirfe cnin- iletely rtiriiislii.il rnnniH. Lnrffi. iiirch, giiH, liglils, lucid. Centrnl. \\'O or tlircc rooms fitrnisticd or tifuriiislietl. l.ifi-lit nnd lieat. llca- nualile. 320 Snitlli Mullierry .St. j.SF, TIIK our guides CI.ASSH'MUD . thrlflj' bitj-ln FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26 At 123 Randolph Ave. \Vestiiighouso electric run ere.' year old, samn as new; Westinghous* electric refrigerator, used less than one year, just like new; American \\iilnut 10 IK:, dining- room -suit, just like now; AmcricM.ii walnut 7 pc. liiMlroom suit, like new; II pc. overstuffed living' room suit, used on» .i o:ir. llkfi now; mctnl lied and springs, two mattresses, library table, i \vo UUclien tables, Morris chair, rockers nnd chall's, pedestal stands, luot .stools, end table, drop lioad Singer .solving machine, tloor and table lumps, draperies iind slinde.", ">2 pc. set of dishes, other dishes nnd cook- hit? uiciusil.s, three good ruj?s, lar^e mirror, clothes trees, electric Iron. IT.'i I'cet ffiim hose, ironing hoard, !! step ladders, lawn mower, fruit nnd jellies, (lowers, benches, screen door, tubs, old safe, and many olfioi articles, all in .sjilendld condition. Halo at ono o'clock. Terms: Cash. MRS. ROY LECKRON l«-Honey- gathering Inject 17—Ncgitlvf r«ply ' 1»—Th» tlfnal that h«> N«w York 5-Shilltr •—Wool on « • ihtcp T-Mov«d ' rtpldljr. , OH, DIANA! YOU 1NSPIKE A FEELING Of CONFIDENCE AH-If YOV BUT KNEW HOV MAN* MONEY-6KASPING SCOUNDKEU I've K.NOWN, OOOLSY cox AH— yes. DOOLBY BOY. YOO'KE SO Answer to previous puttie

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