The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 3, 1938 · Page 9
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(MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. NlNt You Can't Expect Something For Nothing-But Here's Lots For A Little HERALD-MAIL INFORMATION All ads are restricted to thai proper classifications and to the regular Herald-Mail siyle of type Errors In advertisements should be repor'eci immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Inser tlon. Advertising ordered for irrecula Insertion takes the one time rate PJ-1ONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 1(M - lOu - 106 No ads taken for less than a baa!? of three lines. Count six average words to the tine. The averar< word contains B!X letters. Dally rates per line for consecu tlva Insertions: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Rat* Ono time ...«.„...- 10 Three times .» ..- °8 Six times -08 All Classified Advertlalns Is CASH-IN-ADVANCE Ads ordered for three or six tlma: a.nd stopped before expiration wll ba charged tor only the number o times the ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertising upon request Careful attention given to smal WHEN AND WHERE TO PI.ACB YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Da- parlment la situated at the Herald- Mall. These olnces are open ,to racelvi advertisements from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. dally. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear In edltio same day and 8 P. M. will appear In edition tollowinK day. Tho Ail-taKer will gladly asela you if desired so that the copy for your ad la prepared In such a manner as to br[gg_jj^_jrreatast rggt CLASSIFIED INDEX Tho following: advertisements under the following classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memoriam. 3—Card of Thanlcs. ^ —Flowers and Mourning: Goo 5—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lot! 7—Personals. 8—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost, Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE 11—Automobiles for Sale. 12—Autos for Hire 12A—Delivery Service. * 13—Battery and ignition Servlca. 1*—Body and Fender Work, Painting: Tops and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycle*. 16—Repairing and Service Station! 17_Tires, Parts, Accessorlo. 17A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 13—Business Service Offered; ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Sohps. ISC—Radio Repairing 1 . 18D—Welding and Brazlngr. 19—Bulldirgr and Contracting:. 20—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating;. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating, Plumbing:, Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24 —Laundering-. 25—Moving, Trucking. Storaee, 26—Painting, Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing, Engraving. Binding. 28—Professional Service. 29—Repairing and ReflnlshlnB. 29A—Piano.Tuning and Repairlne. 29B—Shoe Repairing:. 29C—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. 31.—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—Female. 33—Help Wanted—Male. 34—Help—Male and Female. 35—Solicitors, Canvassers, Aarenta. 36—Situation." Wanted — Femals. 87—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 38—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments. Stocks. Bonds. 40—Money to Loan, Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 43—Local Instruction Classes. 4 t—Musical. Dancinp. Dramatics, 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—"Wanted—Itiftructton. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats. Other Pets. 4S—Horses, Cattle, Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 60—"Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 61—Articles for Sala. r ' 51A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Boats and Accessories. 53—Building 1 AJaterJals. 54—Business and Office Equipment 55—Farm and Dairy Products. 6G—Feed and Fertilizer. fiGA—Coal and Wood. 57—Good Things to Rat. 58—Homemade Things. 59—Household Goods. 60—Jewelry. Watches, Diamonds. 61—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. 62A—Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. 64—Specials In the Stores. 6K—Wearing Appare). 65—Wanted—To Buy ROOMS AND BOARD 6?—Rooms with Board. 68—Rooms without Board. fill—Rooms for Housekeeping. 70—Vacation Places. 71—Where to Eat. 72—Where to Stop In Town. 73—Wanted—Rooma or Board. REAL ESTATE FOIt RENT 74—Apartments and Flats. 75—Business Places for Rent. 76—Farm!) and Lands for Rent, 77 — Houses for Rent. 77A—tiarages for Rent. 78— Offices and Desk Room. 79—Hhore and Mountain—For R«nt. SO—Suburban'— For Rent 81—Wanted— To Kent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE) R—Brokers Real Estate. 82—Business Property for Salt. 83—Farms and Lands for Sale. 84—Houses for Sale. S4A—Garages foi Sale. 8f>—Lots, for Sale. SG—Shore. Mountain, Lake for Sal*. 57—Suburban —For Sale. 88—TO Exchange—Real EstaU. SD —Wanted —Reitl Estate. AUCTIONS—LEGAL !»0—Auction Sales, it!—Leaal Notices. Announcements H\C1C nuribors—ttsdiiire, Fortune, Life, Look, Kifleinan. Sportsma etc., 11-t N. Jojiatlian St. I7iOA R>T TO PLAV 7 ble instructress Business Service Insurance and Surety Bonds 2S STATE AUTO, Compensation & Fire Insurance. •). H. Uiirgesser. 17 .JigKJj*.V-rc.idg, Phpne_638. Repairing and Reflnlshlng 28 FOLLOWING our yearly practice we ' will repuir or rci-ovtr your furniture durliiK the month of January. Phone 1910 :imi our representative will call, lioachtey Keichard Kuril itim; Co. F. J. GACK—ReupliolsterliiK & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable orfees Ph 2?06J 32 Cent*r_ 3t.__ Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 JUllDCJE—Can n«»w forinii Lost, Strayed. Found LOST—White Collie Phonn 2845. __ LOST—Key case with name ai address, lie ward. Return Heral LOST—-Man's \Valtham wrist watc Gold ease, stainless steel bnc Return to 13ox.72_H_er.aUI._Rewar Automotive^ Automobiles For Sala l'j;!7 FORD THIICK—For sale chea to quick buyer. Write Box 7 Herald-Mall HUDSON sedan; gixni tires, (<0. a bargain; .'.:iS N. Mulberry St. G U Hicks. ___ THE BEST BUI'S IN TOWN And They Are SAt-'JOTl' TESTED Wliit'll -Sloan* They Are Absolutely SAFE TO DRIVE See Our Fine Selection of Lale Model Used Cars Today Open KveniiiKK Until 10 O'clock .1 S SNOWBKIUiKK & SONS 21!) 13. AVaflliington at. Phone SO TI-1KY ARK MOVINO OUT PAS1 At The.se Exceptionally Low Prl' They Can't Last Long A. GOLDKN OI J 1 J ORTU.N'ITV TO SAV10 5 S $ See Us Today—Kor A C-ood Bu> 3U-DAY AVHLTTE.N (UJAHANTEF ';{? STUDEIJAKEK -Sedan ?7< '3ti KOHI") l)el,nxe Sedan 41 ':{.'. KOlll) .Sedan -11 35 WILLYS Sedan 22 33 DODMIi] Coupe 21 .12 CIIJOYUOLKT Viet 1!1 32 JIOCKNJ;] Sedan 2: 31 NASH Sedan li '30 B1JJ Civ Victoria 11 Ml STUDKBAKKR - Coupe .... It '3j! KHSEX Coupe 1-i '10 HTUDKBAKKR Sedan H '30 STLIDUBAKJOU Couch 14 '2!l HUFMOBILK Sedan '30 OAKLAND Coupe Open Evenings FLKIfiH MOTOR CO. 70 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 GUARANTEED USED CARS 1937 FORD DeLuxe Touring:. Kadi .•eater. 1337 FOHD Tudor. 1936 FORD Tudor Touring-. 1336 PLYMOUTH Coach. 1935 PONTIAC Coupe, with radio. 1035 FORD Fordor Tourlnr. 193 FORD Coach.- 1934 FORD Cabriolet. 1933 CHEVROLET Coup*. 1933 FORD Tudor. 1932 FORD Coupe. 1!)36 FORD 157" Trucic. 1S136 INTERNATIONAL Chasale. 1935 FORD 157'' Truck (complete. 1930 FORD 131" Truck. 1930 FORD Panel. FORDSON Tractors. NEWMAN AUTO COMPANY ong 74 RjnUhaburg. Ud Autos For Hire J'AXI—(.lni.ha.in lax I, 20e. A saf comfortable cab. Public insured Taxpayer. Paul J-I. Johnson. Motorcycles and Bicycles 1 COMPLETE line of bicycle parts 1 ires & accessories; repairing. Tu-igg Cycle Co., 43 N. Mulher Repairing -*. Service Station! 1 CAR WASHING 50c—General re pairing & battery service. Am hrosn's Gatrago _rea.r_S3 N -lonatht! Business Service Business Service Offered 1 JLASS—Sold and replaced In auto mobiles, mirrors, window g:la»« Olaas Shop. 11 N Locust. Ph 2608 W Radio Repairing 18-C MILLER'S RADIO SERVICE All Mak's Repaired. Open 8 A. Al t' il P M. 4 N Mulberry. Ph. 626A MOST PEOPLE are willing:.to try inythlnp once — and practically everybody who tries a He raid-Mai :lasslned ad once develops the reg:u ar habit of using them. • wi FIND WHflT VOU LUflNT WHEN VOU tUANT IT IMRE you WANT IT IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION GIRL — Or woman for general housework on fur in; excellent home to right por-son.' Jjox JJl'. Mail M I D D LE A trJdI5~wmmTirTo ~vv r k i n kltchpn. Apply a I LliiM address. I^xperienced only. 202 Suininit Avo. " ~" Apply Md. A. L. Tracy, WOiMlOX who eiui sew. Write me today for ainiixinM" opportunity to earn extra, money without run- vasslnf. Jlai'ford, Dcpt. S-I3'.?, Ciiijilnnati, Ohio. W11 IT 10'~\\'O M A N—T ^T~d o""c o o k 1 n No laiiiulrv. Write Uox 71, c/ Herald-Mail. !IMWOUmiUW[IHfUlUIIO!iU!l!Ulttim^^^^ Help Wanted—Male GKT INTO TMM fJROLMOUY liUSf NIOBS! No store; no stock; in money ri-k. I'Mnent little home owned luisine.ss iiiKi^lnablc; eh'ii up to $4 ". v t- ry li rs t wee k. '1 ."• t products, nationally known. D. miss thi^ uluince. Uutull.s ma free. Albert .Mills, -HUii M mouth, Cincinnati, O. ice established .store run to mil meats and candies. Car ruonirei and ens It deposit for merchandise on location. .Salary J.'JiJ.yy weeklj and commission. -Write only. Air Jl. Al. Alaas, 1M4 3rd Ave., Brooklyn, X. Y. SINGL1C farm hand • reference ^V'l-ite Box 74. Kerald-Mail. Situations Wanted—Female 36 L'OMPKTJONT woman wai housework, adults, in or i live in. Write Box 75, light r <-ii.y Financial Investments, Stocks, Bonds 3! GHAK ANTIC ED Income Reserve- No spending- of money. Let me explain fe Oak Hill Av . Mark Alellor, Maecrslou-n, Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 MORTGAGES—On farms, 5% 10 to 15 yrs. CntiKiilt ua. U S. Kpanyler 2nd Kl.. 2nd National Hank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN"— On " gooa~'lst mortgages, 6%. H_ P. tlartman, la N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-6-6 Second Natl. Bank Bids. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE, 26 N. Potomac St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES GROH REALTY CO. 13 Summit Ave. MONEY for First Mortgage! H. T. Brewer, T. C. Lindsey. 214-lS2ndNat.. Bank Bids Ph. !^8 Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets COLLTE PUPPIES FOR PALES-IS Summit Ave. Phone 2224.1. FOR SAL.TC CHMAP — Petl.tfre Boston Terrier. Phono S3.F or ;i ply i:i2 Cleveland Ave., Wayne Hones, Cattle, Other Stock f all kinds bong-lit, sold & exchanged. .Saddle horses for hire. .Sam Pashm. Ph. 40!H1' 1 22. Poultry and Supplies 49 CUSTOM HATCH INtl — M~arshall Hatcher., Memorial Blvd.. E. Phone 962.1. Chiclts or ' ' " ard's Feed Si ore Merchandise Articles for Sale 61 OLECTH1C MOTORS—Alt types and sizes; als » accessories £ parts; repairing a specialty. HaKerstown Equipment Co.. Mri. Ave. Phone _HJj ELECTRIC MOTORS~&PARTH— Nev anc used motors control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or type UREKNWALT ELECTRIC CO Phonp 3U7. FURNACES — Pipe, hose, belting. pulleys, plumbing supplies, OFFICE FUKNITUUE Ungcrstnwn Equipment Co.. Maryland Ave. Phone 146. VASHING machines repaired, parts & wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service, 2-1 Summit Ave. Phono 2-1. NEW 5 tube Air Chief house rad i o; cheap to q nick b u y e r. T\vigg r.yp.le Co.. 43 N Mulberry. Coal and Wood 6 a-A COAL — COKE — WOOD High Quality Plus Good Service LKISTER COAL CO. Phone 77S. GD W. Lee St. "We Make 'it Hot For You" DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners. AYERK BROTHERS Rr. 30 W. Antletnm St. ''Original" Pa. Egg- and Lump Coal All Sizes of Pocahonlns, Run .Mine Phone l!00-90i P ' IT'S TIME TO STRAIGHTEN ^ ' OUT YOUR BUSINESS AFFAIRS ' Yon can't let your business take care of itself. You must, find capable employees, rent vacant property and sell surplus merchandise. In other words, you must use Want Ads. _ mmnimimmttiinraiininnm Merchandise Wanted to Buy ond ha ml furniture wantnklli: . Apply Sl!7 Virgin wTNTKT)—500 curds o wood or slab. Call WANT 500 In of market price to haul it. Hurry S. Ditto, deal-spring. Md. Rooms and Board Rooms With Board LARGE furiiLsheil bedroom, &. cheerful, excellent he:it. bright 34 w. Rooms Without Board 88 bedruoiii* for" l" "or ^. Apply _ __ BELL Apartment, Potomiic St.-N.- 2112— Desirable room suitable for 1 or 2 persons. Phone 1437-J. 1 LARGE front furnished bed room. Mtablo for 1 i:!d S pntomnc. 'L Second floor. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 "n is bed rooms, private bath, electric rofrig. AdulU only. _S7_wcck. TlJlTTFOrlb AVK.-S20— 2 lar^e furnished rooms, enclosed porch rapre. Adults only. Apartments and Flats ANT1KTAAL ST.-K-llill—New 2nd iloor 5 rooms and hath; Urd floor 4 rooms and bath; possession .Ian. 1st. No children. Apply 1st (1 12L 10. Antietnm St. APARTMENTS—Modern and unfurnished, 21G S. Prosp_ect_ __________ _____ F11AXK 1,1 "N" ST.- W.-ti 1 G—4 room- and balh, electric re frigf 1 ration: large porch; hut water nil year; heat furnished.. Adults. _ _ , furnished Apply 1st floor HAMILTON RLVD.-S.14 — 4 rooms, bath fn rn fshed. 2nd floor. He- friffera'lou. Phono 1P26A1. iATiTI/roX BLV'JJ.-li:i.l — '< rnoniK, nifidern. li:ird\v»nrl. Apply r»l \V. Franklin. Mrs. Rulicn. Ph. T'.'>071. HAMILTON CLVD.-920 — 3rd fioor north' possession Dec. 15. Call IQiiiiR or *_QS___ HAMILTON ULVD.-915 —1st Iloor. 6 room apartment. No children. W. Fra.ik Wolfe. Phone F><R. L"7\ K IN APA~RTM R NT—S. Potomac ST., 5 rooms and bath each. Phone !1!10 or IM.'JO. __ _ ]7;1^LY furni.shod apartment. Cnu- ple with no children. Apply 60!! $!!! Ave. OAK HILL A V1J.-715 —New 5 room modern, automatic iieat: Immediate possession. Phone 2564 or 22'2 i M. 'OTO.MAC ST.-S.-^^O—:! rooms furnished. All convenient-^-. Apply 'OTOMAC A VIC.-lfiOG — Drsirahlo 1st fl"or, oi. lir>a(; no children. ;;,0. Potomac Hills, [i ROOM apartment, elevator service. Farmers k .Merchants Hank Bids.. . W Wnsbinp-ton St Phnno I OS gQLJstQte_For Rent Houses for Rent GU1LFOHD t .V13.-()2l)— Widow desires to 6 1m re furnLslied home; all conveniences. Apply Kiime. II A: MILTON HLVD -1S1 — Modern"" ^ room house. nfwly i-elinlshed AllILfiKlMtV~ H'lVS. -':;:,!' — U liouso, convpniciK-es, poss. h« POTOMAC \VK.-1203—6 room house tfiinig-e, hard\vood floors. Good loca- tit>ii. Mr." H. L- Rneisley. Ph. I&24. SIN'GLK HOUSE North End foTYenL W. MUKKAY BAKOHTKL Agency. lin?--L- : iP4-S.B Ser Nat Rk Hlds 81 Wanted—To Rent J'JCSPKCT.-vMLl': couple; i <U'slr<! house $2f. mo. o. ^:to:_\vrito fuily Box GT, Real Estate For Sale . , tenant house, hank barn, 50'xlOO'. Good limes tnno land and priced . lionso, Inink barn, all outlniiitlln^s, ivcJI, 2 <:ih-t'»f»H. frttit, licrrlcu, run- Iiual JIlKliwjiy/'cliinL'h jfe school. T.. F. KtMil'iirt. Phone 1717. 11 Al'Ul-I farm "(PrfTmiPlumKclaTfTe slnbli: olhcr on t buildiiiKs (ilnsn iown $1 (100. RA IK! A INK in FA KM CITY CO1IXTJIY & COMMI5IICIAL Proport ies. \V. MURKAY BAECHTEL Agency, Hins. 304-fi-G Kci-. Nat 13k. I31dff. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For^Sale 8 1 n ? n K 'TnU e n ' S«'/Hcj j > '^^ S °* ° " rrOi^^i~miTeTs~fro^i to^'ii on liar road. Wlec'trlc, well improved; 1 A., Virginia Ave., Rood invest meiit- traoil double brk-k. Mulberrj A vc.; iloulile brick, WanlihiEtoi Ave. (!. !•;. Winger, 12U K. 13altl Houses For Sale FOK SALIO—Desirable homes, lots business locations. Insurance Also rents collected; 1st mortgage loans &<%. Chas. E. Fry. 1100 Ham ilto.n Blvd. Phone 2391-.L IP A HOME or property for lnv«st ment, we hove them In all sections of Ilagcrstown and suburbs at low prices and on easy terms, ben tia for good buys. Strole Really Co. Arcade Uldj?. iTlk HO<5AL frainu house, close Spielman'K Station. In good condition. Stable, ifuraB-« & all ">il buildings; declric. 1 acre lot, hard road, $1700; 7 UOOM house. I'm mo covered witli brick shindies, all conveniences, 4 acres irroiind, Jfalfwny. Price $^000. John J* Swain. J'h. 20S9J. SOUTH RND—Small dwellinff. $1350 North lOud-attractlve brick. 8 rm dwl., larp- lot. lovely, trees and shrubbery, remarkable value. Double brick, modern, bargain, un- '.isual opportunity for investment Centrally located. 4 story brick apt., reasonable price, liberally financed inarms OUR to HOO acres. N li. Rowe ^G N Potomac St. VOU worked for your money, now let it work foi yon In property at S it l-'jj. net We have them John R. Taylor._ ]Mione_SaS. \\'A"siTT.XC!TOX~ AVK.^rsTory double brink, cxcelleiu condition, very desirable tor Apes. Call Thurman c. ijiiulsey Coin! Realty Co., 214 2nd Natl.'Bank Bldg\ Ph. 2481. Auctions—Legals Legal Notices 91 .NOTICJO TO CRKDITORS— Instate of George W. Miller, de- Xotice is hereby given, that the .subscriber lets obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washing-ton ' •• Testamentary W. Miller, late Coil nly, Lette Lhc estate of (.teo ,,f said county, deceased. All i: . sons having: claims against -said deceased are hereby warned to ex- liiblt the sjimc, with tlie voucher: thereof, legally antlienticaletl. t( the subscriber on or before the 17th day of July next; they may other- Aviso, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. AH persons indebted to said estate arc request ed to make immediate payment. Given under my linmt this 17th ilav of December A, . D. I9»7. ADA Jl. Mir,l,En, KxfM-ntrix. NOTICK TO CUEDlTOnS— Estate of John W. Lefever, de- 'IlflMl. Notice I;; hereby Kiven. That the ibscribcrs Iiavo oblaine.il from the OrphanV Court of Washington County, Letters oi' A dm mistral" c. t. a. on tins estate of John W. l.ofcvor, late of .said county, deceased. AH persons having; claims a&ai aid deecas d are hereby warned o exhibit the same, wit It the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before tlio 17th day of July next; they may otherwise, by law, be excluded form nil benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said, estate arc rennested to make immediate payment. ,(liven under our hands this 17Ui day of December A. D. 1H37. VESTA A. JjRFEVEH, B. C.' LEFJSVJ3R, Ad_minist rators c. t. a. CLASSIFIED ADS cut down ex penscs and build up savings. Classified Display Classified Display Notices .T STd Our Sharp Freezer room is ready to receive meat. All completed; order your locker now. Call 4038 F 12 ,o .JAETIIJM Middleburg Pike Public Sale PUBLC SALE Farms and Lands for Rent 76 12 AC.llK J'"A HSl—(:(,<!(! buildinKs. productive land. \Vrllc I'. O. Hux 37, Kiiedysvillo. 77 Houses for Rent EORGE'H Creek Coal —?-i.f,(l truck load of C T. SinKle T., ?4.7!i or ,Si»% lump at same price. Phone 1311.7. Smith Coal Co. EN. RED ASH LYKEN'S VALLEY Furnace, Heatrola Special JS.iiO VV. M. BE ATT Y. PHONE 120SJ OCAHONTAS — Nut or stove. Penn. lump. Lykens Valley, pea, nut or stove. Mine run & stoker coal. Call or soft PEOPLE'S COAL CO. Phonft 20S6 10 McComag St Household Goods USED JIAN'CKS *. JIKATF.RS iOlecli'ic KanRe All 1'orcel.nin Conl I'.anBO Oil Burner Circnlat inp; Heater (Convenient Terms S1IOCKBV FURN'ITl'r.10 CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. I'hono 1270 MUMjKV JIJ AVli.-14-~6 rooms, bath, furnace; reasonable rent. Jan. 1st. M. Uerkson. 4;t \V. i-Yanklin St. no furnace; i , ctty Ilent li. F. .\lTl7~-" Jliilii Ht~ water. [iKlits, T[r:it- ri'ii.sonahle. 1'oss. n t FoTT HKNT— iiwpiiYnBs~Nos7"7n' .t 713 Marshall St. Cilinore K. Flatltt, Freclcrlck^.Md^ Plioii(!_900. ___ I : ri7\XK"l"rN's r rr-K7:V24"— 77~iiadrsi)n, etc. Immediate possessio ____ _ _ ilAMILTOX HIA r l>.-lll.j — G room, modern house, $:i."> mo.; Karate. Ktrole-\VriBht Insurance Agency Phono 1205. IC1S12P THE CHANGE which you save by buyiiiB through the ads In the Classified Section. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1938 Beginning at 11 O'clock 10-HEAD OF HORSES & MULES—10 n'ric' 7 ve'-ir's old' "cood leader, work anyivliere hitched. 1 hay mare, 7 vt-i'rs ohl in foi'l extra KOO,, strap maro. 2 Drown rnuli-s, 9-10 years nlr'l l>fitli Komi leaders, work atiywhcrc hitched. 1 horse colt, broke. cnmliiB •• vonrs old I .sorrel horse, 7 years, extra Rood strap horse. 1 black mart, S years old, E""d leader, work anywhere hitched. 15—HEAD OF CATTLE—15 PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state that 7011 saw the advertisement in the Herald-Mail. This will immediately identify you as a progressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, and insure you the very best service. Auctions—Legals Legal Notices 91 OHDIOR NISI— .Martin \'. li. Bostetter, Assignee, n.shington County Building & Loan Association, Inc., Mortgagee, versus Charles Al. llehb, Uertlia l'\ ebb, Mortg-agorK. No. 18,627. In the (-irtjnit Court for Wash- ffton Count v Hitting' as a Court of Kniilty. Ordered, By the Clerk of the Circuit Court, thl.s 30tl' day of December, 1U37, that the sales made and reported, by Martin V. li. Bos tet- ter, .Mortgagee, 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 Mth day of January next: Provided, a. copy of this or- loi 1 be insertp(l in some newspaper IJ'.ihlLshed in Washington County, it least once K week for three suc- -•eRsive week* before the said last mentioned da>. The report states the amount of sales to he $2,750.00. TJIUJ5 COPV—TUST: • .'•JUWAIiP OSWALD, Clerk. .COUUTESY AND INTELLIUKNT 104 and arrange a classified ad with service await you when you call an ad-taker. Classified Display Notices The annual mealing of the stock holders of The Havings Bank of Wll llamsport, \VUllamnport, Md. for th< election of directors, and the trans action of all suih other business a, may properly come before tlio meet Ing, wll! lie held on Thursday thr thirteenth day of January betweei the hours of two and three o'clocl P. m. at the office of the Banklni Hooni In Wllllam.sport, Md: Public Sale OP UEAI. ESTATE By virtue of a power of sale contained in a mortgage from Jefferson Davis and liettie U Uav| a hit wife, said mortgage being datet October S, I'jlift. and recorded I Mber No. 184. folio 185. one of thi Land Records of Washington Coui). ty, Maryland, default having occurred, under the covenants therein, the undersigned assignee foi foreclosure and collection will sel at public sale in front of the Coun House In Ilagerstown, Washinjrtor County.Maryland, on TUESDAY. JANUARY 4, 1038 , between the hours oC one and throi o'clock P. M.. all that tract or parcel of Jajjd be'ng" located at Eakle'* Mill In Washington County, Slat< of Maryland, and containing- on< and one-fourth acres of land, mori or less, the Improvements consisting of a two story brick house and frame stable. This Is fine trucking land and lies convenient to a haro surface 1 ;! road, and there is also ar electric power line running 1 along said property, making electric current availaMe for this property. TERMS OP SALE: One-half th« purchase loney in cash on the day of pale or the ratification thereof by the C^urt and the balance in one year from day of sale with Interest from the day of sale, the deferred payment to be secured tc the .satisfaction of the undersigned, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. HARRY BRINDLE, Assignee for foreclosure and collection. Fred White. Auctioneer. oad, 3 miles East o£ Having re.nted my farm situated on lit. Etna r- irr.gerstown, Md., I will sell on THURSDAY, JAN. 6,1938, AT 12 O'CLOCK The following personal property 7-HEAD OF HORSES—7 leavy' boned stocky horses. 8-HEAD OF CATTLE— 8 Consisting o£ 7 milch cows and 1 heifer. 35—HEAD OF HOGS—35 Eight ln-ood sows, some l.avo piss by side; 1 male hosi balance shouts. TTiriirs^— Front ccars, Yankee hrcechbands. 5 sots pip» ceare. .1 sol, Seeks 200 apple boxes, collars, hritlles. 2 saddles 2:,OH bund es foilder, 20 tons of line timothy hay. Lot o£ Junk and a lot of articles ' rdless of price, as I have , .00 mi'mcrons to mention. Everything will positively be sold 10 use for them. TERMS OP SALE: Cash, no goods to be removed until settled for. CLYDE W. SMITH. c, A net. Son, Clerks. some fresh, some close sprinpors; two lieifei\s. t-k bulls. Tbi.s Is an accredited herd of cattle. 50—HEAD OF HOGS—50 n£ from 35 (o 100 His. each; .some Rood brood sows. iff implnmcnlK. Also harness, collars, bridles, 2 sets front • hay fork, rope and pulloys. Other articles needless tn name. TKKMti: Cash. Xo iroodti to he removed before settlement is made Lunch stand reserved. CLARENCE F. GRIFFITH, v KiKonbrmle, Aurt, KlnfT and Knadlor, C lurks. HavniB rcntefl my farm situated on Concrete Higlnvay 3 miles from Cavetown, .Md., 1 will sell on MONDAY, JAN. 10, 1938, AT 11 O'CLOCK The following personal property: ONE REGISTERED SORREL BELGIAN DRAFT STALLION No. 19629, GOLIATH. Foaled May 13,1934. Heavy bone, excellent type, weight approximately 2000 Ibs. 7 Sorrel Mnres, ages S tn H years. 2 Kay Mares, 7 and S years. ] Ro';in .Mare, 3 years. ] Cray Mare, 7 years. 1 Ray" Mare Colt, com ing 2 years. ] Ray Horse Coll, coming 2 years. 5 Excellent leaders. Possible 6 mares in fcal. Pure Bred Big- Type Poland China Hogs . 1 Registered Ayrshire Bull, Penshurst Breeding. G IMiro Bred Hereford Yearling 1 Bulls. Bishop strain Uarred Rock Pullets. Kauder's Big Type White Leghorns. FARMING JMPLEMEXTS; McCormick-Deeringr enclosed sear mower. new John Deere No. :t mower, Farquahr disc drill, Mc-Deering 10-hoe liill. Mc-Decrinpr pulveriKftr. jMc-Deering side delivery rake, Mc-Deerlnff double disc, Mc-Deering- S-ft. binder, hinder tractor hitch, Xfc-Deerinff corn iilanter, fertilizer attachment, 12-ft. Earquahr weeder and seeder, New Idea hay loader, New Idea immure spreader, Parquahr non-wrap mil n tire spreader and lime spreader attachment, 4-horse wagon, 18-ft. shelvinffs, - New Idea steel wasronM with IG-ft bed, horso rake, 4 Oliver v/alkinff cultivators, 3 Olivrr 40XX harshare plows, 1 Oliver 40S bar- sJjure ploiv, 16-20-22 tooth harrows, double shovel plows, single shovel plows, corn covercr. Hay fork and rope, forks, traces, breast chains, jockey sticks, cow chains, milk stools, milk scale, sing-le, double and triple trees, spreaders, etc. HARNESS: 4 .sets hreechinprs, S sets Yankee fronts, bridles, collars, leather nets, leather halters, wagon saddle, lead reins, plow lines, check lines, etc. AH machinery and equipment Is practically new and in jrood condition. TERMS OF SALE: Cash, nothing removed until settled'. R. B. WYAND. EiKonhroclo £ Priest, Aucts. Hurtle & Beard, Clorka. OAKY DOAKS Trademark Applied For U. a Putnnt Office. A Past Fancy ly R. B. FULLER NOW THAT WE VE EATEN, .LETS GET A COOD NlffHT£ SLEEP NOT ME, 6ASY- I GUESS I'LL JUST SIT UP AND THINK ABOUT LAURA ON THESE ROCKS? )• WELL, GOODNIGHT

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