The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 10, 1938 · Page 2
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1938. 1HE MORNING HERALD, HAGERS10WN, MARYLAND. Siiinmiiiiiii HERALD-MAIL INFORMATION AH ads ura restricted to their proper clasHi neat lone und to the regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors In advertisements should ba rt'por'etl immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion, j Advertising ordered .for irregula Insertion takes the one time rale. PHONE YOUK CLASSIFIED AUTO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken for less than a bast? of three lines. Count 'BIX average •words (o the line. The average •word contains sis letters. Dally rates per line for conzecu- ,.,J RATKS Cash Rate One tlmt - • 1 Three times ....„..- 0 Six times 0 All i'l;is*in>f1 Ad vert 1st HE Is 1 CASH-IN-AD VANCE Ads ordur.-u lui three ui *>ix times and stuniirMl imfore expiration will b« charged for only the number of tuned i tie ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertising 1 upon request. Careful attention given to small °WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE! 7OUK AD The Classified Advertising Department Is situated at the Herald- llail. These ofllces are open to receive advertisements 'from 8 A. M. to 8 P M daily. All ads received up until 11 A "M. will appear In edition same day anri 8 P M will appear In edition following day. The Ad-taker will gladly assist you If desired so that the copy for your ad is prepared In such a manner a.s to bring the greatest results. CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements under the following classilications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—Jn Memorlam, 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goods. 5—Funeral Directors. fi—Monuments and Cemetery Lota. 7—Personals. 8—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost. Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE 11—Automobiles for Sale. 12—Autoa for Hire 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Servlot. 14—Body and Fender Work, Painting Tops and Upholstery, is—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires. Parts, Accessories. 17 A— Wanted— Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE IS-r-Businesu Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Sonps. ISC—Radio Repairing. 18D—Weldlnff and Hr»zlng. 19—Bulldirg and Contracting. 20—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating. 1 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating. Plumb Ing, Roofing;. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering. 25—Moving, Trucking, Storage. 26—Painting. Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing, Engraving. Binding. 28— Professional Service. 29—Repairing and Refinishing, 23A—Piano Tuning a.nd Repairing. 29B—Shoe Repairing. 2!)C—Harness -arid Leather (Joods. SO—Tailoring 1 " find' Pressing. 31—Wanted—Business Servic«. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted —Fe7nale. 33—Help Wanted—Male. 34—Help—Male and Female. 35—Solicitors. Canvassers, Agent*. 36—Situation- Wanted —FemaU. 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. 4 i—Musical. Dancing. Dramatics, 45—private Instruction. 45 A—instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Inftructlon. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats. Other Pets. ^S—Horses, Cattle. Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 60—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE! 51.—Articles for Sale. 51 A—Barter ami Exchange. 62—Boats and Accessories. 53 —Building Materials. 54—Business and Office Equipment 55—Farm and Dairy Products. 56—Feed and Fertilizer. 56A—Coal and Wood. 57—Good Things to Eat, fig—Homemade Things. £>9—Household Goods. GO—Jewelry. Watches. Diamonds. 61—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. 62A—Radio Equipment 63—Seeds. Plants. Flowers. 64—Specials in tho Stores, •n—Wearing Apparel. 66—Wanted—To Bu«. ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board. 68—Rooms without Board, fij—Rooms for Housekeeping. 70—Vacation Places. . 71—Where to Eat. WANT -TO SELL' THE CLASSIFIED SECTION IS THE SPOT FOR iiiifliiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiw How About A Bit More Attention To Want Ads And Their Economies? 72— \Vhero to Stop In Town. 73—Wanted—Kouma or Board. REAL ESTATE If OK KENT 74—Apartments and Flats. 71—Uusinoss Places for Rent. 1C—Farms and Lands for Rent 77—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Kent. 78—OHIces and t)esl< Room. 78—Shore and Mountain—For R«nt SO— Suburban—For .'lent. 81 —Wanted—To Kent. KKAL KSTATt! FOli SALE R—Brokers Real Estate. 82—Jiusiness Property for Sale, S3—Fauna and Lands for Sale. 84— Houses for Sale. S4A—Garages foi Sale. S.">—l.ou- tor Sale. 8G — Shore. Mountain, Lake for Sale. 57—Suburban —For Sale. 88—To Uxohange— Heal Estate. SH—Wanted—Heal Estate. AUCTIONS—LEGAL ;iu—Auction Sales. 31 —I.efral Nntlre.H. Announcements BACK NUMBER .MAGAZINES—5c. Southern MooV JOxclianse, 114 Jonathan St. C11AIUS & S\vavis & alterations. Lora Fahrney, representative. 827 Hamilton Blvd Phone 703. I WILL NOT Be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone hut i n y s elf. (Signed) Harry F. Eis-sunr. LEARN TO PLAV BRIDGE—Capable instructress now forming classes. Telephone 2581. NOTICE—I will not be responsible for any debt., made by anyone, r'lier than myself. (Signed) Leroy H. Bowm Automobiles i^or Sale 11 FOPJ) V-K 1032 Coacp. PONTIAC 1!»27 Coach. Good condition, cheap to (luick huyer. Bender's Garage. 132 K. AVashington. THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN To Buy a Car is at .T. S. SNOWBF.RGER .1 SONS Because They Are Safety Tested Come In and See What Safety • Tested Means 1937 OLDSMOB1LE 8 Trg. Sedan. Radio & heater -.'...S891) 1936 OLDSMOKILE 2 Dr. Sedan. Built-in trunk 539 193C PONTIAC S Trg. Sedan .. 643 1935 CHEVROLET Sedan 339 1935 FORD Coach 343 1934 OLDSMOBILK 2 Dr. Sedan. .Radio & heater 399 1934 DODGE Sedan 393 1934 BU1CK Coupe 339 1934 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe 349 219 E. Washington St. Phone SOI Open Evenings .Until 10 O'clock 19.13 WILLYS Sedan, perfect shape, $130. Write _Box_Sl Herald-Mail. HERE! Tbl7~BE~TirE~JUI>rjE!~ ~ 1C you have tho opportunity to buy a good used car—which is priced right—carries a 30 DAY GUARANTEE arid a a DAY DRIVING TRIAL, would you BUY IT! YES! Well hero is that opportunity. UKT It from FLEIGIt'K. Down Pavment '37 STI;DEBAKER Sedan jaso 3G FORD Dclx. Sedan 16S 3.1 FORD Delx. Sedan, radio .. 130 '35 WILLYS Sedan 110 '33 DODGE Coupe 100 '32 CHEVROLET Viet. Sedan.. 75 '31 NASH Sedan 65 '30 BUICK Viet. SedaT CO '31 STDEBA1CER Coupe 55 '32 ESSEX Coupe r,o '30 STUDEBAKER Sedan ..'... 45 '30 STUDEBAKEB Coach 45 29 HUPMOBIT E Sedan 25 30 OAKLAND Coupe 25 35 DODGE TRUCK 160 Liberal - Trades — Terms FI.E1GH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phono 2300 FOR THE NEW YEAR WE ARE OFFERING THE FOLLOWING USED CARS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 1937 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. C 4 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio & heater 1936 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. Tr. Sedan. . Radio and Heater. 1936 PONTIAC G 2 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Heater. 1936 PONTIAC S < Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio. 1935 CHEV. 4 Dr. Tr. Sedan. Radio & hea f er. 1835 FORD Coach. 1935 FORiJ Coupe. 1933 CHEVROLET Coach. Mnny olher make:: and models. Terms 10 suit your purse. PONTIAC SALES IS EAST FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 1540 The Thumma Motor Co. JANUARY REDUCTION SALE OF BETTER USED CARS PRICES REDUCED ON THIS LOT AS .MUCH AS 33 1-3 PER CENT NOTE THE LOW DOWN PAYMENT WITH EASY TERMS ON BALANCE YOU MUST ACT QUICK—THESE WON'T STAY LONG DOWN •30 CHEVROLET Coupe 5 40 '29 BUICK 6 Coach 40 •30 BUICK 6 Sedan 40 '31 CHRYSLER 6 Coupe Sii •29 CHEVROLET Sedan 35 •33 FOUD Sport Coupe 110 '.10 GRAHAM 6 Sedan (a •31 HUDSON I) Sedan 50 •33 DODGE Ccupe 110 •33 TERRAPLANE Coupe 85 •29 WHIPPET 6 Coach 20 40 Other. 1 -, to Select From You Get A {tailor Usfd Car From A Buick Dealer—So Visit THE USED CAK MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phono 2206 The Thumma Motor Co. Buick Dealer. R. & G. CARS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 10:17 FORD Dei*. Fordor Tour. New. 1937 FORD Del.. Fordor. New. 1937 FORD Del.. Tudor, with heater 1937 FORD Tudor. ' 1936 FOR,") Tudor Touring. 1936 FORT Tudor. Radio & heater. 19.16 FORD Tudor. 1936 FORD DeL. Cpe. Radio, healer 19,15 FORD DeL. Tudor. Radio. 19.15 FORD Del.. Tudor 1935 FORD Tudor. 1935 FO1U.) Coupe. 19.15 J'ONTIAO Coupe. Radio, heater 19.14 FORD Tudor Deluxe. 1934 FORD Convertible Coupe. 1934 FORD DcLuxe Coupe. 1932 FORD Coupe. 1930 FORD Model A Coupe. 19.17 FORI Pickup. 19.16 FORD Pi.-.kup. 19,12 FORD .Model B Pickup, fl FORDSON Trnotnrs. NEWMAN AUTO COMPANY Phone 74. Smiihsburg, _Md. SELF-SERVICE while yiu sit In an easy chair at home!—Sound) Impossible bill- that's wlml Rhnpplnr through the Classified Soctlon re- flolvel .llaolf Into! Automotive Automobiles For Sale 11 VERY SPECIAL PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 1536 CHRXSLEH Sedan. 1935 PLYMOUTH Coupe. 1935 CHllYYSLER Sedan. 1934 OLDSMOBILK Sedan. 1934. CHRYSLER Sedan. MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. Distributors Chrysler-Plymouth 56-62 W. Franklin St. 7'honn 2500 DON'T FIGHT YOUR OLD CAR ALL WINTER Trade U in on n. winterized, guaranteed OK Used Car fit HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALE.S and Suva Money, Time and Trouble. 1937 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe, with radio and heater. 1937 CHEVROLET Mslr. DeL. Sedan, with radio; black. 193G FORD Sport Coupe. Equipped with radio and heater. 1934 LA SALLK Sedan. Blue, Fleet wooO body, in excellent condition throughout. 1934 CADILLAC 7 Pat*". Sedan. Radio i£ heater, exceptionally nice condition. 1D3C CHEVROLET Master 6 Coach. Black finish with red wire wheels, fine condition. FOHJJ Tudor Sedan. Trunk mode) equippe<' with radio. BUICK D/iLuxe Sedan. Equipped with radio and heater, fine condition thruout. CHKVE St. Coach. Black, has had excellent care. FORD DeLuxe Tudor, with radio Has had excellent care. CHEVROLET Tractor & 20 ft. Fruehauf Trailer, van type body, fully equipped. CHEVROLET Dump Truck, nc'V Heroule^ hydraulic dump bt*iy. new rubber. .D & CHEVROLET TRUCKS, ton panels, l l /» ton stake and imp bidies. IPSfi 1D35 1935 1935 1937 1337 FOR d'u Many Other Makes and Models Priced Accordingly Terms tn Suit Your Income HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES. Inc USED CAR LOT • 313 W. Washington St. Phone 453 Look For the Big Neon Sign "Betweer the Railroads" Autos For Hire TAXI—Graham taxi 20c. Miami Cab, comfortable year round. Service any place. Paul H Johnson. Motorcycles and Bicycles 16 COMPLETE line of bicycle parts, tires & accessories; repairing. Twigg Cycle Co.. 43 N- Mulberry. Repairing ~ Service Station* 16 CALL 122—SRAPEli'S GARAGE, for general Julio repairing & towing. 140 E. Frankiin St. CAR WASHING 75c—General repairing and tire service. Ambrose's Garage, rear 33 N. Jonathan Business Service Business Service Offered GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors window glass Glass Shoo. II N Locust Ph 2893W Radio Repairing 18-C MILLER'S RADIO SERVICE All Mak-s Repaired. Open 8 A. M. tt 9 P. M. 4 N. Mulberry. Ph. 626M NOTICE—A. Gaylor has a complete repair shop for trucks and auto.s. General blacksmith, acetylene welding, frames, liody, fenders, axles, springs and bumpers. Motor repairing. ;!06-20K E. AVashington Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 STATE AUTO. Compensation & Fire Insurance. .I. B. Burgesser. 17 Ncglcy Bids- Phone 538. Repairing and Refinishing 29 Fl.'RNlTURE REPAIRING 'W. L. DAVIS FIRST AND OAK BTS. ___ F J?~GACK — Heupholstering & repairing funiilure. .Mattresses renovated work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 2305J. 32 Center St. REPAIRING reiinishing. reuphois- tcring £ cabinet work. Smith £ Snydcr Oahltlot Simp. 217 S. Fot'm^c Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 COUNTRY cir! for general work in tavern. Experience unnecessary. Must have fairly good education. Make home. Write Box 91 c-o Mall. WHITE GIRL—For general housework No washing nor ironing. References icquirjHL_4JjLguinmJl_Av Help Wanted—Male' 33 FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE — T.ocal and .surrounding territory. Fast selling line, quality retread tires priced to sell. No deprension in our business. High commissions. Drawing account if you qualify. Major Tire ,t Rubber Co., 6407 Woodland, Cleveland, Ohio. LOCAL MANAGER Reliable 111:111. average ability, to handle servicf. department uC gooil business About ?1',0.00 monthly. Not a sales proposilion. $660.00 cash needed. Secured. Permanent. Give referrnccs and - phone number. Uox SS, Herald-Mail. MAN—Wanted, single, to work on farm by month. Write box 92 c-o Herald-Mail. MAN for Coffee route. Up to $45 first week. Automobile given as bonus. Write Albert Mills, 440G Monmont.i.j^incinnatl. (^ SVLKSMAN WANTED by well known oil company. Man over thirty preferred. Experience not necessary. Immediate steady income for man with car. W rile I'. 'I' Webster, "'61 Standard Build- Ing, Cleveland, Oh!o._____ ST~AItT Own Business selling friends natlonallj known guaranteed ring- less boslerv-. Liberal commissions. Invesment unnecessary. Free spil- ing outfit Silver Lady, 3G6A Fifth Ave., New York. THREE MEN at once to handle grocery route, business well established. No cash bond necessary. •Write E. E. Ruhnlcc, Box No. IK17, Newark, N. .1. for personal interview, WANTED—Experienced and capable farm family with help on a well equipped farm; house with modern conveniences. J. A. Wilson, near Brcathedsville Help—Male and Female 34 LOCAL representative 111 Hagcrs- lown and surrounding towns. Exceptional opportunity with new line. Apply 205 McCrory Bldg., Monday 9 to 12. ]||IIillll!lin[lllimilllCJIIIIIIIIIillE]IINIIIItlllNI!ll!llllll![]IIN :iiii!iiiiiiEj]i[iiii!moiiiiiii!iii[Ji!iiiiiiiiii::iiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiim IS THIS A SOUND AKGUMENT— , 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. Employment "SUuationT~Wanted~Female 36 OFFICE EMPLOYMENT—Stenographer, secretary or bookkeeper. Thompsoi' College graduate. Write Financial Business Opportunity BUSINESS—For sale. Fresli meats und groceries Doing ffootl business. Write Box JSAJIegMiMfii!; Mftney to Loan—Mortgages ^0 MORTGAGES—On farms, f.%. 10 to 15 yrs. Consult us. L. S. Spongier. 2r.d Fl.. 2nd National Dank Bldg. MONEY TC- LOAN—On good lit mortgages, 6%. a. P- Hartman. lo N. Jonathan St MONEY TO LOAN ON MOKTUAOES W MURRAY BABCHTEL Agency. 304-6-6 Second Natl. Bank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN ON MOUTUAUBS N. B. aOWE, 26 N. Potomac SL MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES GROH REALTY CO. 13 Summit Ave 5% MONEY far First Mortgages. T C L ndsey. 214 11iMjBa,' k_Ulrt g Instruction Musical. Dancing, Dramatics DANCING CLASSBS-1'or beginners (ballroom) every M""-,* 5 "VJ-Vi iaaaeriS!jJ = 2i-Sfi'i!!i=2Jk==; [ristruction— Male 45-A IIKLIABLTC -MKN to take up AIR Conditioning and electric retnKCi- ation. Prefer men now employed and mechanically inclinwl, «•>»• Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 COWS CLIPPED 130 per head J'lione Sinillisburg V'F, or write Waldo Hoive, Hagerstown, iMil ^'1^_- N .":_ = POLAND CHINA — Several youtlB Ihoroughhred big hone slioa » and HlBs JIale and Temalo. Clmilei. Easlerday, Myersvillc, No. 1- Poultry and Supplies CUSTOM hatching chicks, POtiHry supplies. Larro feeds Mai -tin .s jub-rutti HATCHING — J, Itt £bhiUl Hatcher. . Memorial Blvd.. K Phone !)62J Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store Phone 806. THE HEN That lays Is the ion that pays. Give your floclt Don SuuET, ami B et more egp. Try it at our risk. Guaranteed. Howards, 7 L. Baltlmore_St._ _Plione JiOjL . . 50 Wanted—Livestock POULTRY -^~Air kinds ami efffiw wanted. Zimmerman & Wlshaul, lurch & Jonathan-.—' Merchandise Articles for Sale 61 DAIRY BOILERS—Now i II. I- tnbeless' boilers, meeting state Inspection. Priced reasonable, m- gcrstown ^[•^mpinenJ_Co : _l_li 1 _i_^ : Ti^LAVALr.N'o. 17 Cream Separator. Vi-ffal Favorite churn. \\ill sell cheap. Jacob _H- _I}issci, Jf^OlJi.--' ELECTRIC Gold Water pump -tor .sale. Cost $lor,: will sell $25.00. F. Pryor. yvniiamspyi't. _ M_d. IOLECTRIC MOTORS—All types and sites; als i accessories & parts; repairing a specialty. Hagerstown Equipment Co. Md. Ave. Phone JHC BLKCTRIC "MOTORS & PARTS— Ne\ anc used motors control oe- vices. We repair & rewind oil s tec*, any make or tynii. OURISNWAI/I KLECTRIC CO "•- —- "^ FURNACES — Pipe, hose, belting, pulleys, plumbing supplies. Ol< - FICfi FURNITUP.IO Hngeratown Equipment Co.. Maryland Ave. Phone H6. Merchandise Coat and Wood 56-A COAT.—C!eorge's Creek, sT%~~Ttimp~. ?-l.;i;> ton delivered daily, any amount. Phone 736. COAL — COKE — WOOD High Quality Plus Good Service LEISTEIt COAL CO. . Phone 77S. 09 W. Lee St. "We Make It Hot For You" DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners. AYERS BROTHERS Rr. 39 W. Antietam St. "OrlBlnnl" I'a. Ess and Lump Coal All Sizes of Pocahontas. Run Mine Phone 900-501 GEORGE'S Creek Coal—M.50 truck-load of six tons; single ton. 54.75 or S5 per oeiu lump at.same price. Phone 1311.7. Smith Coal Co. OEM. RED ASH LYKENS VALLEY Furnace. Heatrola Special SS.50 W. M. BEATTY. PHONE 120SJ POCAHONTAS - Nut or stove. Penn. lump. Lykens Valley, pea, nut or stove. Mine run & stoker coal. Call' or en* PEOPLE'S COAL CO. Phone 2036 10 McCohias St. COAL . QRANTSV1LLE COAL ;;.!-/„ LUMP COAL TRY OUR SCREKNLN'GS CHAS. O. DEI1R PHON'E_!il._ Household Goods ANOTHER practically new enamel r.ififre, it, real IHIV at $2'J.7:>. For- sytiic Stnraije Mil 1 St. Open Evngn. tLHAKANCE SALE Of All Coal Ranges lleMerx ami Oil (JirculatinB Heaters ('onvenient Tei'ins SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-HI) Summil Ave. Flicme 1270 FOI! SALE—Home Comfort steel raiiKO an-l kitchen cabinet. CSood condition; U4_10aiit_Avo| Ph. 12731!. OAS~STOVM"toi : "salc7'Direct "action. (looil condition. Rcas-jnalilo. Apply Hr. Kiiiir street. Musical Merchandise 62 KING Slide Trombone, only used :{ months, ./III sell very reasonable. Appjy 623 Guilford Ave ^^^^ Rooms and Board Wanted to Buy 66 MILK ROUTE — Wanted. from farms to receiving plant. Stale whcro and quantity of milk haul- Ing. Write Box »< c-o Herald-MiJI. Rooms With Board 67 .SUMMIT AVE. -SSTi—Front bed room and board will-, use of phone. Phone HS1-R Rooms Without Board 68 BELL Al)a7rtme,nt,Potomac St.-N.- 302—Desirable room suitable for 1 or 2 persons, ^hone U37-J. BROADWAY—Large front bed room, newly furnished. Phone 13S7-J. NOKT1I 13X1' — Well furnished front bedroom. PJinue 1J17R. 1 LARGE front furnished bed room, suitable Tor 1 or 2. Second floor 136 S Potomac. , Rooms For Housekeeping 69 WASHINGTON AVK-619—Furnish- ed riMJins fot- light housekeeping:. Lodging by day or_ week. ClIldSTNU'.' 1 ST.-5-l(i—:i modern furnished rooms, private bath, oiec- tri<; refrig. Adults (Mi|y, $7 Aveclt^ TWO" ROOAIK and private bath for lightliou.spkeeping. Apply JU 1 iron (I way. ______ WATNUT ST.-X.-H6—Rooms for Hg-iit hoiiKekecping; good heat, lights, hot water. __ Real Estate For Rent GIRL'S BFCVCLK—In first class condition. Price $12.50. Phone B5W. RECONDITIONED USED P I P E All fcizcff, W to 12" AVe Cut and Thread tn Sknlch SAVINGS UP TO 50Of. fc MOR13 Out of town Innuirlcs givnn promp' attention. MD. PIPE & METALS CORP. 31)4 \V. CJiurcJi .St, Phone 10.10 WASHING machines ropalred. parts .t wringer rolls. Jones Appll. berv- frn, 24 Summit Av«. Phone 34.__ THE 3I3I4MINGI.Y Impossible is often acco.npllfhcd by Classified Ads. Apartments and Flats 74 AP~J '"s^ilU3-ri07 H Potomac. 15 w' Ant., Hill Crest Road. ^2 N. Toto- nia*;, Public .Square. (JltOH R10ALTV Co.. 13 Summit Ay_e AP^TirfiM It NTS—Modern, furnished and unfurnished. Apply 1st floor 216 S- Prnspect _ ___ _ CANNON AVE. -S. -10 — One or tw rooms and kitchenette 3rd floor Reference required. Adults. __ • _ __ _ FAIRGKOUNIJ AVE.- 37 — Furnished apartments, for rent; reference required. Apply same. FAIRGROUND AVE.-1H — 1st floor, 3 room apartment: conveniences. Apply S38 _Brow^Ave._Ph L lOf,3-M. fi'liANICM.^" .ST.-IO.-J^S—2nd Mooi' apt., I rooms, private hatli. vapor lioal. Apply 1st lloor. WHMN VOU open rno ClassKletl Section you open tho door to economy. Real Estate For Rent Apartmentt) and Flats FRANKLIN ST.-W.-61B — 1 .ropnia and , bath, electric refriseration; largo porch; hot water all year; heat furnished. Adults. HAMILTON BLVD.-834 — t rooms. batli fiirnished. 2nd floor. Refrigeration. Phono 1926M. ~~" Lv"DT35 rooms, modern, hardwood. Apply 51 W. Franklin. .Mrs. Ruben. Ph. 1C50R. HAMILTON ELVD.-915 —1st Hoor. 6 room apartment. No children. W Fro ,ll Wolfe^ Phono MR. LAK1N APARTMENT—S. Potomac St.. 5 rooms and hnth each, Phone 91)0 or 2*30. MODL3RN apartment, 1 rooms and batli, iiardivood floors, newly papered; janitor service all year. Plenty heat and hot water, $27.50. HaRerstown Realty Co., 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 186. MOLLER APARTMENTS—Very desirable five room apartment; poss. at once. CaL Mr. Harp 2254.M, NEW, 2nd fl'oor, 5 rooms it batii, hard\vood fioors, garage. 30 E. Franklin St. OAK HILL & POTOMAC AVIO.—.1 rooms ft bath, all modern. Plione 1059M or 580. OAK HILL AVB.-715— New 5 room modern, automatic heat; immediate possession. Phone 2564 ^>r 222 LM. POTOMAC ST.-S.-247 — New 4 room apartment, hardwood floors, all modern convs. poss. at once. Call 778 or 2677W. Leister Coal Co. POTOMAC AVE.—3 room apartment, private bath: rent reasonable. Possession at once. Pli. 123P-J. POTOMAC AVE.-100G — Desirable 1st floor, oli heat; no children. ?50. Potomac Mills. PROSPECT ST.-S.-11S—1st floor, suit bachelor offices or elderly lady; two pleasant rooms, bath, heat, garage Fcb. 1. Ph. 435W. PROSPECT ST.-S.-112 — 3 room apart m en t exclusive location. All conveniences. Phone 19 or 1524. THE TERRACE-930—6 rooms and bath. Adtiltf .Immediate possession. Phone 1050.T. WASHINGTON ST.-TC -22S—3 room apartment, unfurnished. Apply same. r»o:i-r,o7 S. POTOMAC, is w. Ant., Mill Crost Road, 22 N. Potomac, Public Square. Groli Realty Co., 13 .Summit avenue. _ jrQQj| Anartment in the M^t. Itoyal Ap.irtinen'. b7.1 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 1021 or 2775W. ROOM apartment, elevator service. Fanners S Merchants Bank Bids., a. W Washington St. Phone 108. Farms and Lands for Rent 76 TENANT with stock, equipment; 110 ncre fan! near railroad. Biff Kpriiif; Dist. See George G. Snydor. 509 lran.1 Bldg Ph. 2303. 175 AORKS—Desirable farm. 1 mile No. deal-spring on Mercrsbg. road. Run. water and mod. conv. -Mrs. C. A". Slrilo. Phoiie 21F2 deal-spring. Houses for Rent 77 A MODERN HOME Should have an Automatic Gay Water Heater Installed. -Be sure before renting. iililCK HOUSE— 4 bedrooms, b.itli, living room and kitchen. In tile 400 block North End. Low rent. Apply -Milton Kohler, 417 Norlh Potomac St. HELLEV.IK AVE.-14 — 6 rooms, bath. furnace; reasonable rent. Jan. 1st. M. Pcrlison. 43 W. Franklin St. CANNON AVE. -315 — C room house, Kood condition, modern convenience, large lot. Apply 3]:l. ELIZABETH KT.-3S—(i-lli N. Locust, Ii24 E. Franklin, etc. 3 to 7 rooms, Sl.riO per wk. up. Apply 119 N. Potomac SI. Phone 12911!. GIIILI-'ORU AVE.-51S— Modern. 6 room hoti.He. 52S Gnilford Ave., after 6 P. M. i!OOD HOIISICS—:!01 Reynolds. 210 Knlrgrouiid, fi03 S. Potmimc. Western PIkp, Rrondfording 1M. Oroh _Re»_ny Co., Jr.'t Snminlt avfinuc. , GOOlT HOUSES—30""npynoldR~Ave7 210 Fairground, BOS S. Potomac, Wnstern Broadfording Rd. JUL9 1 L III '' AT ^ TY Co.. i:t -Summit Ave .SALR.M AVK-"i4S—fi room , brick lion HP, nl conveniences, newly papered, garage. Apply 546. Poss. Feb. 1st. SINGLE HOUSE North End for rent W MURRAY BAECHTEI. Agency Rnu. 304-5-6 Sec Nat. nk. Bldg. 10 ROOMS with bath, lavatory on 3rrl floor, nardwood floors, garage. Apply 30 E. Franklin St. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For Sale 83 7 10 ,t U A. farms, in excellent condition, with electricity. D. M. Uidenonr. Snritlishui-g. -Mil. iilO ACRES—Good limestone, 4 miles from tovn, excellent stock farm, S8 0110. C. K. WlnBcr. 126 E. Baltimore St. Phone 2SS3 ~ IT- A OF fnfit land; 1-2 set in apples, cherries. berries. grapes, pears; building 3f) ft - 1()n S 20 ft. deep; good cistern; 1 M mi. E. Smithsbitrg. John D Sclfert. Houses For Sale GUILFORI) AVE.—Double investment. Brick duplex Ideal location and snri-olindiiiKS larp;e lot, two car garage ?3r,00. Farm -12 acres 3 mi. out sacrifice. \Ve have a number of dosirahle homes and apis, lhat can he nought with a down payment of 100^ and tlie balance payable monthly at 5% interest. N. B. Howe, 20 X. Potomac St. tUUCK D67TriLK~2 K. - 217 H r y an Place. Modern. Priced to sell; single frame, 413 Reynolds Ave., 7 room*, bath & furnace. Good locations for homes. John L. Swain Ascilcy.__PJioni!_20S9.l. rJAROAJN T.nt 107xl3S feet good lo- i-ation North End ?850. Double Brick Property 6 rooms double Karage good condition 5.1250.00. Small farm close, town 11 acres 6 room house 51600.00. 6S Acre farm fertile laud X room house bank harn electricity $4r.OO \\* MURRAY RAECHTEL Agency Rms. :lOI-.-.-f. Sec. Nat.J^Jildg^ FOI! SAL 1 -:—Si ecial price on good lot Bryan Place, J500. Small amount down, balance by the mo. Store roi.m & small Apt., West Washington St.. $1,400 Double brick and single .house, will take a vacan' lot In trade. 6 room house. North End, hot water heat, hardwood floors, $5,750. Dandy triple ill ulated home, Fountain Head Heights all Hie latest modern Improvements including oil burner. Let us show you these properties. Slrole Really Co., Arcade Bldg. Real Estate For Sale Houses For Sale 84 FUNKSTOWN—Main St. nice home, mod. large lot good bldgs.. priced to Hell. John E. Taylor Agency, 309 Arcade Bldg. Phono 83S. HOMES, Lots Insurance for sale; also rents collected. 5r' f Joans. C. E Fry 110J HamiUo" IJlvd. Phone 2391-.I'. MULBERRY AVE.—Modern G room house, halt], furnace, oak floors, concrete o^IUir, garage etc., 54900. (JUOII REALTY CO. 13 Summit av_. MODERN slx™~room brick house, hardwood Moors 2 car gr.rage. Frederick Ud. Writ; Box 87. Man NORTH~END—7 rm. brick, insulated with rock wool, weatherstrip- ped, caulked, hardwood floors, hot water heat with oil burner. Lot 60x150. Ail exceptional buy. Call Thurman C. Lindsay, Court Realty Co,, 214 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone 2481 i ROOM home. South End, ?1250. New modern house, Vi A. lot, edge citv. bargain. Brick apt. property '(« apta.j. N End, 810,000. S. L. V. Young, 131 S. Locust Classified Display Financial •RKPOR'l 1 OK CONDITION OF THK CLI3ARSPKING NATIONAL BANK OF CLIOARSPR1NG, IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND, * ^ »!•.„ «!««« ~f i>-siri(*S3 on "December 31. 1337. iPtiblisbdl in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised ASSETS Lonns and discounts ?120,-121 20 Overdrafts If S3 United Kiates Government obligations, direct and fully, guaranteed .103,364 DG Othfci bonds. s,turU.«, and securities 147,500 S2 Banking house. $4,450.00 Ku rn i t u re a nd 11 x t ures $650.00 5,100 00 llt'.scrve with Federal Reserve bank 26,106 3S Cash, balances with other banks, and ,-aKh items in process of collection 107.730.OS Other as.sets 363 76 Total assets '. . . 310,601 IS LIABILITIES Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, ami corporations 106,973 44 Tiini! deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 310,884 13 Stale, county, and municipal deposit*; 10,110 04 Deposits <»f other banks, Including certified and cashier's checks outstanding: 52 60 Deposits secured by pledge, of loans and/ or invest- . ment.s ? 10,000.00 D o posits no* so c u red bv pledge of loans and/or investments.. 41S,0:!J .21 Total deposils.42S,0.11.21 Dividends declared but not yet payable and amounts set aside for dividends not declared Capital account: Preferred stock. 7.000 shares. par $2.50 per share, r e t 1 rable at 52.50 per share. Common stock, 3,250 shares par 510.00 per share. Surplus 20,000.00 Undivided profits 13,ion.IT Itcsorve.s for contingencies ... 1.S4S.SO Preferred stock retirement fund .... G.000.00 Total Capital Account. 91,047 07 Total Liabilities 310,604 tS MrcilORAXDTJM: Lmins alid Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities Kill ted States Government obligations, direct ami fully guaranteed . 12,317 71 Total Pledged (ex-eluding rediscounts) 12,317 71 Pledged: Against State, county, and municipal deposits 12,317 71 Total Pledged , 12.317 71 State of Maryland. County 01 Washington, ss: I, G. B. Hangh, qashier ot the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true In Ibo best of my knowledge and belief. G. B. HAUOH. Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before ue this Sth lay of January, 103S: HELTCN SPTCKLKR, Notary Public. Corippt—-Attest: W. F. SNYDRR. THOMAS T-IASSBTT. HARRY M. RAIN. J. O. SNTDBR. Directors. PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state that you saw the advertisement in the Herald-Mail. This will immediately identify you as a progressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, and insure you the very best service. Auctions—Legals Legal Notices 01 NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of Andrew J. Mills, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, That the subscriber has obtained from the! Orphans* Court of Washington- County. Letter. 1 -- of Administ ration on the estate of Andrew J. Mill<J_? Into of .said county, deceased. Ail persons having claims against salff deceased are hereby warned to exi>. hi bit the same, with the vouch er$ thereof, > .egally authenticated, to" the subscriber on or before thp 24th day of July next; they may otherwise, b> law, be excluded from a!J benefit of said estate. All persons Indebted tn said estate are requested (o mulct 3 Immediate pay* mcnt. ; Given under my hand this 24tlr day of'December, A. D. 11137. i NOAH W MILLS,'. Administrator, 't Classified Display Public Sale PUBLIC SALE \ SATURUAT, JAN. ]5TH, 1038 AT 11 O'CLOCK * On the Kiracafe Farm, 7 miles East ofWilliamsport, in The Neck* Kitchen range, latgre Windsor- heat ro la, oil cook stove, one oi£ buriier Co*" .-itove, kitchen .cabinet)' gla-ss cloor cupboard, 2 extension; tables, 1 drop leaf. 1 couch, 2 leather rockers. 4 stands, 6 dining room chairs, 1. bed and dresser, 8 chairs anc rockers, 1 sink, U washstands, swing:, -meat benches, ico re- frigrerator. book case and writing desk combined, serving: table, lot of hooked ru&H, lot of dishes aifd cooking: utensils, oil lamps, chicken coops, etc. No eoods removed until settled for. Terms cash. MRS. JOSKPHINF. SPEAKER. At I lie same place and time I will .sell 1 Black Horse 1 Sorrel Mare Spring: tooth harrow, 2 double and 1 single shove! plows, • single and double trees, check lines, bridle, collars anil other harness, etc. TERMS CASH. No goods removed nnt'l settled for. W. A. SPEAKER. .T. C. Snyeler, Auctioneer W. c. Ynwng. Clerk. PUBLIC- SALE OF BUNGALOW, SI3 VIRGINIA AVENUE IN HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND The undersigned by virtue of power of sale contained in a mortgage recorded, in Liber 1ST. folio 89, default having" been made in the payment of the mortgage debt and other covenants contained in said mortgrage, will offer for sale In front of the Court House fn Hagerstown, Maryland, on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 193S, between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 o'clock p. m all tlmt lot of land together with Improvements thereon situate at the Northwest intersection of Virginia, avenue and Union Street, the said lot being known as L,nt No. 7 on «a plat ot lots called. "Howard Park" recorded in Plat Record ], folio 124, and It the .same lot ot" land which was conveyer, to Clarence I). Berg-er and wife by derd dated May 17. 1923 and recorded In Liber 16», folio 47f>. This lot of land is improved by a bungalow containing six roonii>, bath, nil modern conveniences, including- a hot water heating system, the furnaco to this system will have- to be replaced. The interior of house Is in splendid condition and the entire propertv needs little else than a coat of paint. It is splendidly located and is a very fine home. Two car garage. Possession OM day of sale, subject to ratification. , TKRMS OF SALE: One-third cash nu the day of sale or ratification Ihprnof by the Court, the residue In one and two years from day of sale, the deferred payments to be satisfactorily secured and to hear Interest from the day of sale; or all cash at the option of the purchaser. •HOWARD P. HARTMAN Assignee of Mortgagee Fred M. White. Auctioneer. Public Safe' Public Sale Wf, Avill sell at public sale on the Emmert Farm, 1^. miles South of Downsville, on the road t,o Dam.No. 4, on ' THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1938 Starting at 12:30 O'clock The following: 9—HEAD OF HORSES—9 2 Bay Mares, fl and 11 years old, leaders. 2 Brown Horses, 5 and 7 years old, leaders. 2 Colts, coming % years old. Have been "worked. 2 Colts, coming 2 years old. 1 Colt, 1 year old. 2^-HEAD OF CATTLE—25 Consisting of fresh cows, close .springers, fall cows, 4 heifers and 2 slock bulls. T. B. te,sted Dec. 24th, 1937. 35—HEAD OF SHOATS—35 WoiRhliiB from 10 to 75 Ibs. TERMS CASH. WALTER C. BOWERS, . C. A. FOX. Ward, Rlgenbrotle and Knadler, Ancts. Long and Cnnnlnghitm, Clerks. - . . OAKY DOAKS •rrademnrlt Applied For U. S. Patent Office The Hmms Have It' By R. B. FULLER ALL RIGHT, FLINTSIDE- WHAT'S UP. ?

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