The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 5, 1938 · Page 9
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. How About A Bit More Attention To Want Ads And Their Economies? HERALD-MAIL INFOKMAT10N All ads are restricted to their proper classifications ami to th« regular Herald-Mai I style of type Errors In advertisement a should be repor'ed imtnodlate'.y. The Herald-Mall will not be responsible for more than .one Inctrrect Irtaer- tlon. Advertising ordered Irregular Insertion takes the one time rate. PHONE YOUIt CLASSIFIED A1>TO 104 - 105 - 106 Mo ads taken for less than B basts of. three lines. Count six average •words to the line. The averare •word contains six letters. Dally ratea per line for consecutive Insertions: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING liATES Cash Hate One time 10 Three times 08 Six ttmes 08 All Classified AdvertlslnE Is CASH-IN-ADVANCE Ads ordered tor three or six tl/nes fend stopped before expiration will be charged for only the numbai 1 of times the ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertising upon request. Careful attention glvon to small °WHEN AND WHERE TO PUACB YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department Is situated at the Herald- Mail. These offices are open to receive advertisements from 8 A. M. to I P. it daily. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear in edition same day and 8 P. M. will appear in edition following day. The Ad-taker wili gladly asslat you if desired so that the copy for your ad la prepared In such a manner as tn bring the greatest rftsiiUiL CLASSIFIED INDEX The 'following advertisements under the following classifications are arranged In ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memorlam. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goo««. 5—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Loll. 7—Personals. 8—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost, Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE ll't-Automoblles for Sale. 12—Autos for Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Service. U—Body and Fender Work, Paint- Ing Tops and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 1«—Repairing and Service Stations 17—Tires, Parts, Accessories, 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE IS—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 18B—Barber Sohps. 18C—Badlo Repairing. 18D—Welding and Brazing. 19—Buildlrg and Contracting. 20—Cleaning:, Dyeing. Renovatlne. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating, Plumbing, Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering. 25—Moving. Trucking, Storage. 26—Painting, Papering. Decorating. 27—Printing. Engraving. Binding. 28—Professional Service. 2!)—Repairing and Renniahlng. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoe Repairing. 29C—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing.. 31—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 33—Help Wanted—Female. 33—Help Wanted—Male. 34—Help—Male and Female. 35—Solicitors, Canvassers, Agent*. 3G—Situation* Wanted—Female. 37—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. 41—Musical. Dancing. Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruct ion. LIVESTOCK •47—DOBS. Cats, Other Pets. 48—Horses, Cattle. Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 60—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE fil—Articles for Sal*. B1A—Barter HOME IS DAMAGED The stone residence of Paul Anthony, who resides on the Rat 1 ; Douh farm along the Downsville pike, was damaged hy fire one night last week. Anthony, returning home, discov- fered the fire observing the flames coming from the vicinity, of the chimney, where a log across the fireplace was smouldering. Clothing hanging near the fireplace, a clock and other articles in the kitchen were damaged before the fire jwas extinguished. 62—Boats and Accessories 53—Building Materials. 64—Business and Office Equipment (,5—Farm and Dairy Product!. 06—Feed and Fertilizer. 5tiA—Coal and Wood. 57—Good Things to Eat. 58—Homemade Things. 5H—Household Goods. 60— Jewelry. Watches. Diamonds 61—Machinery and Toola. 62—Musical Merchandise. C2A—Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds, Plants. Flowera, Cl—Specials in the Store*. 65—Wearing Apparel. GG—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS ANP BOARD 67_ltooms with Board. • C8—Rooms without Board, fi'j— Rooms Tor Bouuekeeplng. 70_ 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. 70—Business Placea for Rent 76—Farms and Landa for Rent 77— Housea for Rent. 77A—Oarages for Rent. 7S—Onlces and Desk Room. 73—Shore and Mountain—For R«nt SO—Suburban—For Rent. SI—Wanted—To Kent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE tl—Brokers Real Estate. . S2—Business Property for Salt. S3—Farms and Lands for Sale. 84—Houses for Sale. S<A—Garages for Sale. S. r >—-Lot* for Sale. 8C—Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sal< 87—Suburban—For Sale. SS—To Exchange— Heal EstaU. S3—Wanted—Real Estate. AUCTIONS—LEGAL 30—Auction Sales. 01 —Lepral Notlr.ea. Announcements Penonals BACK NUMBER MAGAZINES—5c. .Southern Hook Exchange, 114 N. Jonathan St. LEARN TO PLAV BRIDGE—Capable instructress now forming classes. Telephone 2581. NOTICE—I will not be responsible for any debt.; made by anyone, other than myself.. (Signed) Leroy H- Bowman. Lost, Strayed, Found 10 LOST—License tag: 277-146 between Hagerstown and Conococheague, Saturday .night. Reward. Retr — Marks Grocery. Automotive Automobiles For Sale 1933 WILLYS Sedan, perfect shape, $120. Write Box 81 Herald-Mail. 1937~FOHD TRUCK—For sale cheap to quick buyer. Write Box 73, Herald-Mall. FOR THE NEW TEAR 'GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 1337 OLDS. 2 Dr. Tr. Selan. 6 Cyln. 1937 CHEV. 2 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Heater & seat covers. 1937 PONTIAC S 2 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio & heater. 1936 OLDS. 6 4 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio & heater 1936 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio and Heater. 1336 PONTIAC 6 2 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Heater. 1936 POXTIAC 8 < Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio. 1935 CHEV. 4 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio & heater. 1935 FORD Coach. 1935 FORU Coupe. 1933 CHEVROLET Coach. Mnnv other makea and models. Terms to suit your purse. FONT r AC SALES IS EAST FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 1540 The Thumma Motor Co. JANUARY REDUCTION SALE OF BETTER USED CARS PRICES RUDUCED ON THIS LOT AS MUCH AS 331-3 PER CENT NOTE THE LOW DOWN PAYMENT WITH TCAKY TERMS ON BALANCE YOU MUST ACT QUICK-^THESE WON'T STAY LONG '30 CHEVROLET Coupe * 40 '29 BUICK 6 Coach 40 '.10 BUICK 6 Sedan <0 Ml CHRYSLER B Coupe S6 '29 CHEVROLET Sedan 35 '3.1 FORD Sport Coupe 110 '.10 GRAHAM 6 Sedan 7! Mt HUDSON 6 Sedan 50 '.13 DODGE Coupe 110 '.13 TBRRAPLANE Coupe .... 85 '29 WHIPPET 6 Coacll 20 -10 Others to Select From You Get A Better Used Car Fro A Bnick Dealer—So Visit THE USED CAK MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 22( The Thumma Motor Co. Bulck Dealer. VERY SPECIAL PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 193G CHRYSLER Sedan. 1935 PLYMOUTH Coupe. J9.15 CHRVYSL13R Sedan. 1934 OLDSMOBILE Sedan. 1934 CHRYSLER Sedan. MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. Distributors Oilrysier-Plymouth 5S-02 W. Franklin St. Phono 2300 FIND LUHflT VOU LUflNT WHEN VOU WANT IT U/HERE YOU UWNT IT I IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION II Automotive Automobile. For Salt 11 THE BEST^VAMJES. IN TOWN! 30-DAY GUARANTEE 5.DAY DRIVING TUIAIj SEB.T1S TODAY-FOR A GOOD BUY *37 STUDEBAKKR Sedan .... «" 5 '36 FORD Def.uxe Sedan .... M5 FORD Sedan •SB WILLYS Sedan '33 DODGE Coupe •32 CHEVKOLET Viet •32 HOOKNE Sedan '31 NASH Seilnn '30 HUICK Victoria •31 STUDEBAKEH iCoupe ... •33 ESSEX Coupe •31) STUDEBAKEH Sedan .... '30 STUDEBAKER Conch .... '2» HUPMOBILK Sedan '30 OAKLAND C'nupe 1 Open 1'Jvenhigs FLEIGH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phonn 2300 47c 12.- 32i 29? 22; is; 17T 16r it;. HO HO PACKARD A. Safe Place to Buy Used Car; 1S3G FORD Sedan (DeLuxe) ?64- r '-00 11134 PLYMOUTH Bus. Coupe 295.00 1931 CHRYSLER Roadster . 393.00 1929 FRANKLIN Coupe .... 145.00 1929 FRANKLIN Sedan .... 143.00 192S FRANKLIN Sedan ..... 115.00 COSTON MOTORS 24 W. Franklin St. Phone 6 R. * G. CARS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 1937 FORD Del,. Fordor Tour. New, 1937 FORD Del,. Fordor. New. 1937 FORD DeL. Tudor, with heater 1937 FORD Tudor. 193G FORD Tudor Touring-. 1036 FORD Tudor. Radio & heater. 1936 FORD Tudor. 1936 FORD DeL. Cpe. Radio, heater 1935 FORD DeL. Tudor. Radio. 193S FORD DeL. Tudor. 1035 FORD. Tudor. 1935 FORD Coupe. 1935 PONTIAC Coupe. Radio, heater 1934 FORD Tudor Deluxe. 1934 FORD Convertible Coupe. 1934 FORD DeLnxe Coupe. 1932 FORD Coupe. 1930 FORD Model A Coupe. 1937 FORf Pickup. 1936 FORD Pickup. 1032 FORD Model E Pickup. 6 FORDSON Tractors.' NEWMAN AUTO COMPANY Phone 74. Smithsburg, Md. THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN To Buy a U.sed Car is at J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS Because They Are Safety Tested Come In and See What Safely Tested Means 1987 OLDSMOBVLE S Tr B . Radio & heater ....... 1936 OLDSMOBILE 2 Dr. Built-in trunk ....... 1936 PONTIAC 8 Trg. Sedan l!)35 CHEVROLET Sedan .. 1935 FORD Coach ......... 1934 OLDSMOBILE 2 Dr. Radio & heater ...... 1934 DODGE Sedan ........ 1934 BUICK Coupe ........ 1934 CHEVROLET Sport Coll Sedan. ..$S99 Sedan. . . 599 .. 6(9 . . 399 .. S49 Setln . . 399 . . 399 . . r,99 pe 319 219 E. Washington St. Phono 801 Open Evenings Until 10 O'clock TODAY'S BEST BUYS Yon can't get something for nothing, you know It—We know it —We don't promise it. JUST GOOD USED CARS! AT THE BIGHT PRICE 1937 CHEVROLET MBtr. DeL. Sedan, with radio; black. 1936 FORD Sport Coupe. Equipped with radio and heater. 1931 LA SALLE Sedan. Blue. Fleetwood body. In excellent condition throughout. 1936 CHEVROLET Mstr. 4 Dr. Sedan. Finished in gray, fine condition. 1936 CHEVROLET M.iBler 6 Coach. Black finish with red wire wheels, fin« condition. 1936 FOHD Tudor Sedan. Trunk model equipped with radio. 1936 CHEVE. Std. Town Sedan. Black, nice appearance. 1935 BUICK DeLnxe Sedan. Equipped with radio and heater, fine condition thruo.nt. 1935 CHEVE. St.. Coach. Black. ha« had excellent care. 1985 FORD DeLnxe Tudor, with radio. Has had excellent care. 1937 CHEVROLET Dump Truck, new Hercules hydraulic dump bodv, new rubber. FORD & CHEVROLET TRUCKS, '/i ton panels, !'/£ ton stake and dump bodies. Many Olher Makes and Models Priced Accordingly Terms to Suit Your income HOFFMAN CIIEVROLBT SALES, Inc USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 458 Look For the. Big Neon Sign "Between the Rallrojuls" Autos For Hire 12 TAXT—Graham iaxi, 20c. A safe, comfortable cab. Public insured. Taxpayer. 1'nnl H. .Johnson. Motorcycles and Bicycles 1S COMPLETE line of bicycle parts, tires & accessories; repairing. TwiKir Cycle Co.. 43 N. .Mulberry. Repairing -i Service Station! CAR WASHING 50c—Genera] repairing & battery service. Ambrose's Garage, rear 33 N. Jonathan Business Service Business Service Offered 1* GLASS—Sold and replaced In automobiles, mirrors window |1"». Olasa Shop. II N Locust. Ph 2693 W Radio Repairing 18-C MILLER'S RADIO SERVICE All Mak's Repaired. Open 8 A. M. tf. 9 P M. 4 N^MuVhe^rry. Ph. 62j^l liuurance and Surety Bonds 28 S'"'ATE AUTO, Compensation * Fir« Insurance. J. B. Burgesser. 17 Negley_ Bldg.__JMione_ji38... Repairing and Reflnlthlng 2» F J GACK—Rcupholstorinff & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first clans, reasonable prices Ph. 230r,.T. 32 Center St. FOLLOWING our yearly practice we will repair or recover your furniture during the month of January. Phone 1910 and our representative will call. licachley nelchant Furniture Co. REPAIRING, refliiishlng. renphols- terlnK & cabinet work. Smith & Snviler Cabinet Shop. 217 S.J'pt'm^c Employment "Help Wanted—Female EXI'UKIENCIOD girl or wnman, while or colored, general li»»s<'work. Kef. lenulrc'd^JjOOJinlc^mi. GMT NEW WOiVf/RO 111') I>'R K E— Easiest tlllnir In the world. No canvassing. No experience. M> Investment. Remarkable now way to mako »2G or morn weekly and your own wardrobe FKKK. Send age and dress size. FASHION FROCKS, Inc., Dept. fl-880, Cincinnati,. Ohio. Help Wanted—Male 31 MAN—Contented with ?00.00 woek- Iv handling orders for Jtosos, TOV- e'ricroons, Fruit Trees Rasplir.rrles among old and now customers. Flxperlonflo mi necessary. (Irlppln, Newark, .V. Y. SALESMEN to soil cludrlcal appliances; experience not necessary. We train you. Modern App. Inc., 40 S, Potomac St. I'HHKlil men at onco to handle Grocery Rome. nnslnesH well established. No cash bond necessary. Write IS. E. lluhnki', Hox No, 307, Newark, N. .1. for personal Interview. ____ YOUNO mnn 18 to 81, neat, frco to tr»v«l. See Mr. Gorman, Hotel Maryland I to i v. m. No phone IS THIS A SOUND ARGUMENT— OR JUST NOISY TALK? Well, if one of the men is maintaining that Want Ads pay, it is a sound argument, sure enough. And if the other man claims that Want Ads don't bring results, that is nothing but noisy talk. ., NEAR WILLIAMSPORT—132 acres, 8 rm. stone house, 8 rm. frame tenant house, bank barn, 50'xlOO 1 . Good llmestcno land and priced very reasonable. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2481. Employment Situations Wanted—Male 37 FARM HAND wants work by month or year. Can give reference; small family. 47 Elizabeth St WANTED—Position as chauffeur Sat. afternoons & Sundays. High- gst references Write Box 79. Mall. Financial Business Opportunity 38 BUSINESS—i'or sale^ 1'Tcsli meats and groceries. Doing good bnsi- neas. Write. Box 82. Ilenild-.Ma.lh Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 MORTGAGES—On farms, 6%, 10 to 15 yrs. Consult us. U S. Spanglcr. 2nd Fl.. 2nd National Bank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN— On good 1st mortgages. 6%, H- P. Hartman. 15 N. Jonathan St MONET TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency. 304-6-6 Second Natl, Rank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. HOWE. 26 N. Potomac SL MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES GROH REALTY CO. 13 Summit Ave. ^ 6% MONEY for First Mortgages. H T. Brewer, T. C. Lindsay. 214-15 2nd Na.1 Bank Bldg. Ph. 2481 Musical, Dancing, Dramatics 44 DANCING LESSONS—Every typo ot dancing and tcelinlmio UUBht. Slrasser's. 54 W. Wash. Ph. 16^|J- Livestock Poultry and Supplies 49 CUSTOM hatching; chicks, poultry supplies. Larru' feeds. Martins Hatchery. Phone 40S7F13. CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatcher'., Memorial Blvd.. E. Phone 962.1. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed_Slp^re Plione__Sj>i Wanted—Livestock 60 POULTRY - All kinds and eggs wanted. Zimmerman & WlshaicI, Cor. Church & Jonathan._Ph._J2jl ; Merchoncnse UAIRY BOILEK — New tuneless steel boilers, meeting slate n- spectlon. Priced reasonable. Ha- gerstowu Equipment Co. Ph. 14^ ELECTRIC Gold water pump for snle. Cost Jt05; will sell J25.00. F. Pryor. Williamsport, Md J ELECTRIC MOTOUS^AH types and sizes; als > nccoHsorics & parts;'repairing a specialty. HaKerstown Equipment Co.. Mil. Avo. Phone 146 ELECTRICT~MOTORS & PARTS— Nev anc" used motors control devices. We repair £ rewind all sizes any make or typo. GREENWALT ELECTRIC CO. Phonn 397. FURNACES — Pipe, hose, belting, pulleys, plumbing, supplies, 01'- F1CE FURNITURE Hagerstown Houipment Co.. Maryland Ave. Phone 146. WASHING machines repaired, parts & -wringer rolls. Jones Apuli. Kerv- ice. 24 Knmmlt^Avi*. PhmTe_JJ4^__ Coal and Wood 66-A COAL — COKE — WOO'D High Quality Plus Good Servlcs LEISTER COAL CO. Phone 77S. 09 W. Leo St. "We Make It Hot For You" DISTRIBUTORS —O. P. Automatic Coal Burners. AYEItK BROTHERS Rr. 39 W. Anttetam St. "Original" I'a. EfE' and Lump Coal All Sizes of Pocahontas, Run Mine Phono 900j!l01 GEORGE'S "Creel: Coal—J4.50 truckload of six tons; single ton, ?4.7a or 8!i per cent lump at same price. Phone 1311.1. Smith Coal Co. GEN RED ASH LYKENS VALLEY Furnace, Heatrola Special 58. CO V. M. BEATTY. PHONE 1208.1 VV. POCAHONTAS — Nut or stove, Penn. lump. Lyltens Valley, pea, nut or stove. Mine run & stoker coal. Call or sen PEOPLE'S COAL CO. Household Goods 69 NOTHER practically new enamel range, n real buy at $29.75. For- sythc StoraKc__Mm_SJ.._Ol<cii_3iYnK». ""USED RANGES & iTEATERS Electric Range All Porcelain Coal Range Oil Burner Circulating Heater Convenient Terms SHOOKEY I'MIP.NITIJRI'J CO. 2.1-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1270 Radio Equipment 62-A AIITO~~SuiTioi Motornla, good as new. Easy to Install. Will sell heap. Apn_ly__2_30_East_Ajye. Wanted to Buy WANTED—500 cords of wood, cord wood or slab. Call Hagerstown, 2455. . Rooms and Board Rooms .With Board 67 SUMMIT AVE.-235—Front befi room and board with use of phone. Phone 14S1-R. Rooms Without Board (8 HELL Apartment, Potomac St.-N.- —DOHlrnble room suitable for I 2 persons. Phono M37-.1. lT(WAn^5fnTra~nV"incated; roimnn- ablo rates; runnlnir water,. Now mannircmcnt; Z2 S. Potomac, Union League Hotel. 1 LARGE front furnished bed room, suitable for '1 or 2, Sdoond floor, Ai w Assomothi ng in tho Classlllcd Section to Interoi't SISLIi'-SURVICIJ while vou sit In an easy chair at homo! — Sounds Impossible but that's what ihouplne through the Classified Section re- polves Itself. Intol FHoms and Board Rooms For Housekeeping 69 CHESTNUT ST.-546—3 modern furnished rooms, private bath, electric refrifr. Adults only. 57 week. GU1LFORD AVE.-S20—2 large furnished rooms, enclosed porch, garage. Adults only. WALNUT ST.-N.-3G—Rooms for light housekeeping; good heat, lights, hot water. ! Nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping; 3 unfurnished, 3rd Ilonr. Apply 22 Randolph Ave. SOS VIRGINIA AVIS.—Two furnished room:: for light housekeeping. 1'riv. entrance. Bodr'm. Apply same Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats AXTIETA.M ST.-E.-123— New 2nd door 5 rooms ninl 1mIh; 3rd floor -1 rooms nnd hath; possession -Ian. 1st. No children. Apply 1st floor 121 E. Antietjim St. APARTMENTS—27 Hiffh St., ?I3 mo.; 19>/j N Foundry St., $2.75 week-. Call 1S4S-M. APTS.—503-507 8. Potomac, 15 "W". Ant., Hill Crest Road, 22 N. Potomac, Puhlic Square. OR01I IU2AT..TY Co., 13 Summit Ave APARTMENTS—Modern, furnished and unfurnished. Apply 1st floor 216 S. Prospect _^ BRYAN PLACE nnd Salem Arc., 1st So. 4 rooms, new hardwood floors. Automatic heat 4068F4 FAIRGROUND AVE.-3 7—Furrilfiherl apartments for rent; reference required. Apply same. FA1RG ROUXL AVE~11 -I—1 St floor, 3 room apartment; conveniences. Apply 533 Brown Avo. Ph. 1053-M. FRANKLIN S'JVAVMite —• -i rooms and bath, electric rofrlBomtlon; largo porch; hot water all year; heal, furnished. Adults. FIVE ROOM APARTMENT — All conveniences. Apply 161 Summit Are. FURNISHED APARTMENT — All convenfences. Apply I*, w. Seal. Phone 5SS; after 6 P. M. 1633W. HAMILTON BLVD.-834 — 4 rooms, bath furnished, 2nd floor. Refrigeration. Phone 192 tM. HAMILTON BL.VD.-11S1—B rooms, modern, hardwood. Apply r>l W. Franklin. Mrs. Ruben. Ph. 1C50R. HAMILTON BLVD.-916—1st floor. B room apnrtmcnt. No children. W. Fro.i If Wolfe. Phone 6|R. LAK1N APARTMENT—S. Potomac St., D rooms and bath each. Phone DUO or 2430. __ Aluni'jKN apartment, 4 rooms and bath, hnrdu-dod floors, newly pa- prrcil; janitor service - all yen r. I'lcnly heat and hot wafer, $27.50. Matters (own Realty Co., 12 W. Fr.-nikliu St. Phone 1GC. MOhLtflt APARTMENTS—Very tin- ninihlo fivo roum apsirtment; imss. at mice. Call 'Mr. Ilarp. 22S4M. TJTTiTu7^~j^T^MTf~Avi3"—3 ronniK & hath, all modern. Phone 10.")!)M or ftSO. „„_ OAlT~Hl L L A VKlTTl 5—N e w 5 room modern, automatic heat; Immediate possession. Phono __25 6 4 o r 2 2 21M. POTOMAC AVE.—3 room apartment, private; bath; rent reasonable. Possession at ouco^Ph. 12:t!NJ. rOTOMAC~riT.-S.-220—3 rooms furnished. All conveniences. Apply same. CrFoMXc AVEMOOG — Desirable 1st floor oil heut; no children. $50. Potomac mils. PKOSPKCT MT.-S.-113—1st door, .suit bachelor olllccs or elderly lady; two pleasant rooms, bath, heat, garage. F e b._l ._P h. -I25W. PUb.SPECT ST~K.-112 — 3 room apartment exclusive location. All conveniences. Phone 1!) or 152-1. THE TKIlHACE-iiSO—fi rooms and bath. Adults Immediate possession. Phoiift 105D.T. 6 ROOM apartment, elevator service. Farmers Ai Merchants Bank Blilff.. S. W Washington St. Phono 108. Business Places for Rent 75 SMALL store room or barber shop, 9 W. Side Ave; 270 ,S. Potomac St. Houses for Rent A MOUIORN HOME Should have an Automatic Gas Water Jleater In- KljiHeil. Be sure before renting. HUOADWAV-J24.—U rooms. Poiwes- nloii at once. Apply 122 Broadway or 'phono 1373. BELLEV JE AVE.-14—6 rooms, bath, furnace; reasonable rent. .Ian. 1st. M. Bcrkspn. » VV. Franklin_S_t._ FIJNKSTOTVN Jl'd. — M~aln St., house, city water, ItKhls, Heat- roln. Rent reasonable. Pons. at once. R. F. Sowilers _____^ FRANKLIN ~ST.-M.-S24—77 Madison, etc. Immediate possession. Apply 119 N. Potomac St. Ph. 12'JIR. oOirrToiJKKS-—SOL Keynolils Ave., 210 Fnlrffrouml, 503 H. Polomac, Western Pike, Jirondfonline Rd. GROH -R^^T'"'"^'^" 0 .- 13 Summit Ave "HAMILTON BLVb.-illli — C room, modern house, $3.1 mo.; garage. Strolo-Wrlfflil Insurance Affoiicy Phono 12GG. QU1LFORD ,.VE.-C29— Widow At- sires to share furnished ham*: all convenience!!. Apply name. AIULBKHUV ST.-8.-252 — C room house, convenience*. POUR, about Jnn. 1st _ Apply 254- S. Mulberry. BUICK HOUSE — 1 bedroom*, b.lth, HvhiK room ami Ultcheii. lu I ho 4.00 block North Mini. Low rent. Apply Milton Kohli'r, 417 North Potrtinau_jSL ' .— 6 room houae, ffaraffe, hardwood floora. Good location. Mm H. L. Knelnley. Ph. 1521. SINOLR HOUSE North End for r«nt W. MURRAY BARCHTIOI- Aff«nCjr. Itm.i. 3(H-ft*fl SOR. NnL Rk. Bjdg.__ .SUMMIT AVM.-92B— Modern 0 room hrlcK; new furmifio, unwly napfir- (1(1. "* US;i A CLASSIFIED Ad to tell everyone what you wont or what you hav» to off*r. Real Estate For Rent Wanted—To Rent FURNISHED room, private bath; by pent loman. Can glvo references. Write Box 11 Herald. RESPECTABLE couple; no children, desire house ?25 mo or unf. apt. $30; write fully Box 6,"> Herald. Real Estate ForSdle Farms and Land For Sale Ifi A.—Near Potomac River. Suitable for summer home. & room house, 2 streams of water, wood & plno lands. Write 146 N'. Washington St.. Baltimore). Mel. 130 ACRES—Good limestone, 4 miles from 'town, excellent stock farm, $8,000. -C. K. Wing-er, 126 E. Baltimore St. Phone 2883^ 15 A. OF fruit land; 1-2 set In apples, .cherries, berries, grapes, pears; building: 39 ft. long: 20 ft, deep; ffood• cistern; 1'4 nil. E, Smithsbursr. John D Selfert. 170 ACRES—Limestone land. Brick house, barn, etc. Well, cisterns & running: water, $6500. OROH REALTY Co.. 13 Summit Ave IIS A.—Lo .'el. ampl* buildings, running water, electricity. $7,080.00. D. Al. Ridenouiv Smithshurjr. Houses For Sale BARGAINS—146 acre farm, Sharpsburg District, $4500; 313-915 Maryla ml Ave., double frame, $2250; 610 Washington Ave., sacrifice; beautiful lots, Fountain Head Heights, ?r,00 up. John I* Swain. Ph. 20S9J. FOR SAL15—Special price on good lot Bryan Place, $500. • Small amount down,- balance hy the mo. Store room &. small Apt., West Washington St.. $1,400. Double brick and .single house, will take a vacant lot in trade. 6 room house, North End, hot water heat, hiirriwood floors, $5,750. Dandy triple tnuulated home, Fountain Head Heights, all the latest mod* ern improvements Including oil burner. Let us show you these properties. Strole Realty Co., A rand e BUlg. FOR SALB—Desirable homes, lota, business locations. Insurance. Also rents collected; 1st mortgage loans 5%. Chas. E. Fry. 1100 Hamilton Blvd. Phono 2391-J. SUMMIT AVE. — Double 6 room hnuse, bath, furnace, etc. ?3SOO. GROH REALTY Co., 13 Summit Ave SOUTH END—Small dwelling, J1350. North End-attractive brick. 8 rm, dwl,, larg j lot lovely trees and shrubbery, remarkable value. Double brick, modern, bargain, unusual opportunity for investment. Centrally located. 4 story brick apt., reasonable price, liberally financed. Farma one to 300 acres. N. B. Rowe 26 N. Potomac St W. WASH S.T.—Single brick, corner property, large lot, low price. John E. Taylor Agency. 309 Arcade Bldtf. Phone S3S. WASHINGTON AVE.—3 story double brlcK, excellent condition, very desirable for Apts. Call Thurman C. LlmlKey, Court Really Co., 214 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2481. 4 ROOM frame housi WilHamsport 51000. Can be financed. BARGAINS hi FARM CITY COUNTRY & COMMERCIAL Properties. W. MURRAY RAECHTET, Agency, .Ruin. .t04-n-f> Hoc. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Auctions—Legals William F. Bast and John H. Bast,. PartnerH. trading as William K Efist & Son, Vs. John Furry and May Furry, or their unknown heirs, et al. No. 13,G-J6 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Washington County. The object of this suit Is to procure a decree for the sale of real eKtiite of which Charles M". M"erU, late of Washington County, Maryland, deceased, died seized and possessed, for the purpose o£ paying the balance duo on the funeral bill n .s well us other j u K L debts o C the snId deceased, and the distribution of thn balance, 1C any, from said ta 1 e, among: the h e i rs at law ,1 c - :onllng to their respective inter- es t H. Tha bill states that Charles M. Mertz, Inte of Washington County, Mary In ml, deceased, was In his life time and at the time of his death seized and possessed of a certain parcel of land together with the Improvements thereon, situate in the Kl&hth Election District of Washington County. Maryland, and being the same property which wns conveyed to the said Charles M. Mertz and Ida V. Mertz, his wife deceased prior to the .said Charles M. .Mertz, by Sarah C. Norris, et ill, by deed dated January 25th, A D. 1HOS, and recorded in Liber No 127, folio 405. one of the Laud Records of the sakl Washington County; that the said Charles M. Mertz departed this life on or nbnut April 17th, ia.17, intestate, leaving surviving- him as his only hefrs-at- law, a son. Alvey II. Mertss inter- mnrrleil with Lelo. M. Merlz his wife, a son, Roy C. Mcrtz, intermarried -\vlth Stella Mertsf, his wife and a daughter. Bertha 1. Marshall a ividou*. all adults and residing in Washington County. Maryland; a grandson, John Furry, and a granddaughter, May Furry, both nonresidents of the State of Maryland. That administration was had on the personal estate of the said Charles M. Alerlz but said personal esliUe wan not 'sufficient to pay the funeral expenses and other just debts of the said deceased. That the deficiency In the personal estate- should br supplied by a sale of nil or such part as may be necessary of the reul estate of the .said CharloH M. Mertz to pay the balance due on the funeral expense a.s well as other debts of the said deceased. The bill then prays that n Trustee be appointed to sell said property iiml that the proceeds of said sale bo applied to the payment of the balance due on the funeral expenses as well a.s other Just debts, and any Imlanco then remaining to be distributed among the heirs at law «»f- the sakl Charles Al. Meriz, ileceaseil, as their respective Interests may appear, and that the complainants m:iy have such other and I'Drther relief as their case miiy "ctiulre; anil they ask that the KIIIM writ of subpoena be directed to Hie persons residing In the State of Maryland, and that the usual order of publication bp Issued glv- Insr notice to John Furry and May Furry, or their unknown heirs, nil non-residents of the .Stato of Maryland, of the object and substance this bill, etc. It is thereupon this 28tli day of December, A. IX 1937, by the Circuit Court for Washington County, .Sitting In Kqulty, ordered that the coinpluiniintx by canning a copy of tlilx order to bn InHertcd In nomn nowsimptii' published in said Washing ton Ctwnty, Maryland, oncn R Week for four succesHlvo weeks, be- tofti Die- 2Slh day of .Tainmry, A. 1). !9:tS, giving notion to tlio said uh- Kiml ilofcndftiitB, John Purry and May Furry, or their unknown hclra, of tlifl object anil nubntunco of thin hill, .warning Diem and encli of them to bo urn! appear In thin Court. In nnt'son or hy solicitor, on r before tho iRlh day of Fobrimry, . D. lfl.18, next, to «lio\v cause. If any I hey have, why n <lporco ouffht not bo pasHod ax prnyod. Clerk, TCilward Oswald, Clerk. TllUE COPY—TKHT; BDWAHD OSWALD, Cltrk, PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state th»t you 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—Legols Classified Display Notion OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THB BLUE RIDGE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Notice l» hereby given that a netting of the stockholders of the Maryland, at 10 o clocK A. M. on MONDAY, JANUARY 17TH, 1038, for the purpose of electing twelve directors and for the transaction of such general business as may be submitted to the meeting. EDWIN C. HOOK, Secretary. Public Sale Legal Notices 91 °1? B t l {. N ™tT.r o( the estate o< ' 'rder 1 "- the Orphans' Court o£ Washington County, this 21st day of December, 1937, that the sale of real estate made by Raymond E. Fleming, Kdward Roscoe Fleming and Paul Nelson Fleming, Executors of Edward, E. Fleming, deceased, and this day reported to this Court, he ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary bo shown to the Court, on or before the 12th day of January next: Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published In Washington County, a.t least once a week for three successive wicks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sales to be $17,500.00. ALVEY G. HOFFMAN, LLOYD K. HOFFMAN, KELLER J. BEARD, Judges of the Orphans' Court. TRUE COPY— TEST: HARRY NEAVCOMER, Register of Wills. Classified Display '•' NOTICE-OF, .STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The regular animal 'meeting of (.he stockholders of The Home Builders Havings and Loan Association o£ Hftgerstown. Washington County, Maryland, will be held at the Association's offlcu jit 12S West Washlnfftin Street, in Hagerstown, Maryland, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1038, at 7:30 o'clock P. M., for election of directors and officers and transaction of such other business as may come before the meet- nff ' CHARLES C. DITTO, Secretary. THERE'S NO WASTE whan you classified ads. Every one of these ads hits the mark, for they ara to arranged that all Intsrested. read- go out for results armed trlth ers seek them out each day. Public Sale PUBLIC SALE —OF— VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE, HA- .. GERSTOWN, MD. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Washington County, Hitting 1 in Equity, passed on December llth, 1037. in the ault of Harry D. Bowman, ct al, vs. Roger C. Hershey, f t ai, same being No. 13,512 Equity, in said court, 1, the undersigned Trustee, will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown, Maryland, between the hours of one and three p clock p m., on TUESDAY, JANUARY iith, 11)38, all the riffht, title, Interest, claim, demand and estate of .every kind and character whatsoever of each and all of the parties to this cause in and to all the real estate mentioned and described in the bill of complaint filed in this cause, the same being all of that real estate situate on the west side of the,Public Square in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, adjoining on the north the property formerly owned by J. C. Hoffman's heirs, and on the south the property owned by Dr. E. A. Wareham, fronting on the said Public Square thirty-five (35) feet, more or less, and running back with a uniform width twenty- nine (29) feet and nine O) inches, more or less, together with all the buildings and improvements thereon erected,, and all and every the rights, alleys, waters, water courses, ways, rights of way, privileges, easements and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, and being more fully described and referred to in the deed from Mary Hoffman, et al, to Charles E. Bowman dated March 3rd, 1915, and duly recorded in Liber No. 150, folio 232; one of the land records ot Washington County, Maryland, and also deed from Hettle M. Lane and Charles S. Lane. Jr., surviving trustees under the will of Charles S. Lane, to Roger C. Hershey dated March 31st, 1937, and duly recorded In Liber No. 203. Folio 531. another of said land records ot said Washington County, and also more Cully mentioned and described In th« bill of complaint and variouit exhibits filed therewith in said cause, to all of which reference is hureby made. The Improvements on this property consist of a large brick, three story all o£ which, is .now- occupied by the Flelsher Company. Inc. This is a substantial building a tid a valuable business site. - Rental possession upon compliance with the terms of sale. Former owners advise actual possession can bo obtained upon thirty, day» notice as present tenant la monthly tenant. TERMS OP SALE:—One-half of the purchase money to be -paid In hand on the day of sale or the ratification thereof by the Court, and the residua In ona year from the day of sale, said residue to bear interest from day of sale and to be secured satisfactory to said Trustes or said Court, or all cash at the option of the- purchaser or purchas- CrS ' J CLEVELAND GR1CE, . Trustee No. '13,512 Equity. Jos. Snyder. Auct. " Public Sale SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1938, Beginning at 11 O'clock 10-HEAD OF HORSES & MULES-10 15— HEAD OF CATTLE— 15 50-HEAD OF. HOGS-50 Lunch stand reserved. CLARENCE F. GRIFFITH, Hoy Kigenbrode, Auct. KEEDYSVILLB,. MD. King and Knadler, Clerks. Having re.nted my farm situated on Mt. Etna road, 3 miles East of HaBerstown, Md., I will sell on THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1938, AT 12 O'CLOCK The following personal property- , 7-HEAD OF;HORSES-7 Sorrel mure, works anvwjiere. good leader. Bay mare, worl:! l *"?• where, good leader. Bay dorse, works 'anywhere. Black horse, works anywhere. Rood leader. Black horse, a stood strap horse. Bay J. 0 " e i pood strap horse. Bay mare, good strap mare. This Is a nice atMJIo 01 Heavy boned stocky horses. 8— HEAD OF CATTLE— 8 ConslstlnB ot 7 milch cows and 1 heller. 35— HEAD OF HOGS-35 Eight brood sows, some have pigs by side; 1 male hog: balance iholta. FAIUtlNG IMPLEMENTS— 4 wagons, -1 2-llprno wil*on and tj«4, 1 Iron wheel waiton and 2 2-horse , WBBOIIS; binder, mower, hay loaaer, drill, corn planter, ulRo harrow, disc roller, hay rake, hay tedder, wrn plow. 2 sets or shrivlngs, < hftrnniiro plows, 2 • 1 -l> nl '»" *W.'.VJ 0 i r M:' ? inrrows, from 1» tooth tn 22 tooth; t I.lttn mllla, No. UO and , om 1» tooth tn toot; .ltn ma, . . Kord motor for grinding '"-cd; 1 lovolcr, 00 tooth; 6 Iron .f" 1 . 1 '.. 1 ."'' 1 * 1 ';' 1 ]>IK feeder, triple, donblo nnd .ilniclo trees, invll, forge,. dr(ll press, dinner boll. '*''' irat'nemt—Front ffoara, Yanks* brcaahlmnd*. 6 "t" > 1 'y* •*£"L 1 . * nets checks, 200 apple boxea. collar*, -, bridles, i! nftiMUi, 150ft bund *i fodder, 20 tana of fine timothy hay. Lot of'Junk and ft lot of artluUi too numerous to mention. Kv-erythlnr will positively bo sold rmrdlM* of prkt, M S X h»¥» no use fur them. . ' TRHMS OF SAM3: Gush, no toodi to be; r*moY«d y uhtll *«UI«4 for, CLY-DE,W. SMITH. ... w. Ble«nbroti«, Auct. JLtroy Fookler 4 Son, del lerk,.

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