The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on January 12, 1938 · Page 6
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12,1938. THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. NINE liiititi'niiiiitFtititiiiiiiitiiiHtiitiiiinninDiiRNiciitiiiiiiitiKitttiit How About A Bit More Attention To Want Ads And Their Economies? RitiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiJiiiiuNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw HERALD-MAIL INFORMATION . AU ads are' restricted to their proper classifications and to Ihfl regular Herald-Mall style of type. Errors In advertisements «hould ba rcpor'ed Immediately. The Herald-Mail will not bo responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertion takes the one time rate. PHONE SOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken Cor Less than a bash of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Tho average •word contains six letters. Dally ratfB per line for consecu- HVB Insertions: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Rate . Ons time ,.,.....- •• .J5 Three times ....«.« 08 i Blx times -0« 1 All Classified" Advertising la 1 CASH-IN-AD VANCE Ada ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will b« charged for only the number ol times the ad appears and adjust ments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertls Ing upon request. Careful attention given to small AND WHERE TO PLACB YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department Is situated at the Herala- Th'ese offices fire open to receive advertisements from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. dally. All ads received up until 11 A. AL will appear In edition same day and 8 P. AL will appear in edition following day. The Ad-taker will gladly asslat you If desired so that the copy for your ad Is prepared In such a manner as to bring the greatest resulta. CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements un-Her the following classifications are arranged In ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—in Memoriam. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—-Flowers and Mourning Goods. 5—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Loti. 7—Personals. 8—Bowling: Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost, Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE ]1—Automobiles tor Sale. 12—Autos for Hire 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Service 14.—Body and Fender Work. Paint- Ing Topa and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Station!. 17—Tires. Parts, Accessories 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE IS—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlora. w 18B—Barber Sohps. ISC—Radio Repairing. 18D— Welding and Brazing. 19—Bulldlrg and Contractinff. 20—Cleaning, Dyeing. Renovating:. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating, Plumbing, Roofing:. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering. 35—Alovlng. Trucking. Storage. 26—Painting, Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing, Engraving. Binding;. 28—Professional Service. 29—Repairing and Reftnlshliiff. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing:. 29B—Shoe Repairing 29C—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—-Tailoring and Pressing. SI—-Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—Female. 83—Help Wanted—Male. 34—Help—Male and Female, 35—Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents. 3d—situations Wanted —Female. 37—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL SS—Business Opportunities. S9—Investments, Stocks, Bo.nds. 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. 48—Horses. Cattle, Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. BO—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE Bl—Articles for Sale. B1A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Boats and Accessoriea. 53— Building Materials. 54—Business and Odlce Equipment £5—Farm and Dairy Products. 56—Feed and Fertilizer. B6A—Coal and Wood. 67—Good Things to Eat. 58—Homemade Things. 59—Household Goods. 60—Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds. 61—Machinery and Tools. 62-^-MusIcal Merchandise. S2A—Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. 64—Specials in the Stores. <j5__"Wearlng Apparel, 66— Wanted— To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board. $8—Rooms without Board. 69—Rooms for Housekeeping. 70—Vacation Places. VI—Where to Eat. 72—Where to Stop In Town. 73_Wnnted—Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOH RENT 74—Apartments and Flats. 15— Business Places for Rent 76—Farms and Lands for Rent 11 —Houses for Rent. 77A—Oarages for Rent. 78—Ollices and Desk Room. 79—Shore and Mountain—For Rant SO—Suburban—For .'lent. 81—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALB R—Brokers Real Estate, 82—Business Property for Sale. 83—Farms and Lands for Sale. §<— Houses for Sale. 84A—Garages foi Sale. 85—Lotb lo,r Sale. SB—Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale S7—Suburban—For Sale. 88—To Exchange—Heal Estate. 89 — Wanted — Real Estate. AUCTIONS-LEGAL !)0—Auction Sales. !) 1 — Legft 1 No tinea Announcements . ALL KINDS oMjnek number maga ,iues &. book? at 114 .N". Jonathan St. BUY: NOW FOR'NKXT XMAS—509 discount on entire stock or fin steel engraved Greeting Cards B e t ty Wiim S hop. 3 E. Wa s l^St^ DRIVING to Florida about January 17th. Room for 2 passengers, writ Box i)G c-o_ Horald-AIaU. I WILL NOT Bo responsible for an> debts contracted for by anyone bu myself. (Signed) Harry F. Eissner SEWER CONNECTIONS wanted, am fully equipped to make al kinds of sewer connections ant concrete work. John T. Hall, 6'" Pennsylvania Ave. Phone SSmy... Automotive Automobiles For Sale FOR SALE—1936 Plymouth Ludoi Touring Sedan. Trunk, KnUio Heater, Seat Covers and extras This oar is in .perfect conditior with low mileage. .Must bo sok to sett IP ;ni estate. A rrnl bar- train. J f interested uill 907 a IK. iiRk for H. C. Haddock Twins car be arranged if neceF^ry. . 31 FORD giHK» i.anel truck Al condition. Apply between 5 and G p m. 513 Brown Ave. 1031 CHEVROLET Master Coacli IKL class shape. Radio & heater ?2!»r». r»2ti c4corue St. GET IT FROM FLUIGH'S THAT' CERTIFIED USED CAR PRICES ARE RIGHT! 30-Day Guarantee—5-Day Trial All Cars Thoroughly Reconditioned - and Winterized Down Paymen 37 STUD10BAKER Sedan |250 '36 FORD Delx. Sedan 1ST '35 FORD Dels. Sedan, radio .. J',',1 '35 WILLYS Sedan '33 DODGE Coupe '32 CHEVROLET Viet. Sedan. '31 NASH Sedan 30 BU1CK Viet. Sedat '31 STUD KB AK Ell Coupe .... '32 KSSEX Conpe '30 STUDKBAKISK Sedan .... '.10 STUDEBAKER Coach .... '23 HUPMOBH..E Sedan '30 OAKLAND Coupe ........ '35 DODGE T RUCK. Liberal Terms — Trades FI.EIGH .MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 100 160 G. 1TSKD TARS AT GRKATLY REDUCED PIUCES 1937 FORT PeL. Fortlor. Radio hontcr (Dem.) 1937 FORD DnU Fonlor. • (Dnm.) 1937 FORD DeU Tudor. Hcnter (Low mileape.) 1!)37 FORD Tudor. I'ISG FORD DeL. Tudor. Trnk, he t r IMC, FORT) Tudor. 1936 FOKD DeL. Coupe. Radio hcatfer. .T FOHT) DeL. Tudor. Radio. !5 FOKD Del/. Tudor. 1935 FORD Coupe. 1-934 FOPvD DeL. Tudor. 1934 FORD DeL. Ooiipu. 1934 FORL Convertible Coupe. J932 FORD Coupe. n:iO FORD IMuilel A Coupo. 1'iSG FORM Pickup (very ffood.) 1H3G FOKD 15*. Dump Truck. 1'iK FOMD 131 Dump Truck, icir, FORD i".: stak« Trut-k. FORDSON TrnclorH. 1 NKWA1AN AUTO COMPANY* Phone 74. .Sniilhsburj?, Aid. WANT -TO SELL- THE CIAS«IFIEB> SECTION IS THE SPOT / FOR ,,--" CASH 19S6 193". 193ft 193". 1935 1931 1932 1932 1931 1931 1931 1930 tnso.on . 375.00 .190 Oft . 125.00 . -IS5.00 32o 00 275 00 1.75 00 ;•::;, CLEARANCE SALE DeSOTO Airflow Sedan FORD Tudor CHEV. Ptd. Sedan PLYMOUTH R S Cp. .. OLDS Coach FORD Tudor FORD Coach FORD Coach CHEV. Cnupe CHRYSLER Sedan .... RII1CK -i Pass. Cp. ... NASH Sedan MAP.QUETTE Rdstr. .. YOUR CHOICE AT ?75.00 1930 LaSALT.lC Sedan 1930 AUBURN' Sedan 1!K!0 FORD Coupe 1930 DeSOTO Sedan 192" CUEV Coach 1929 OAKLAND Sedan 1931 FORD Roadster 1930 FORD Coach YOUR CHOICE AT ?50.00 19211 CHEA". Coach 1929 FORD Coach 1929 FORD Coupe 19211 CHEV. Sedan 1929 GRAHAM Sedan AS IS FOR CASH S20.00 192R RUIC1C Sedan 1930 WILLYS Sedan 1929 WILLYS Sedan 1927 HIJPMOBTLE Sedan 1929 NASH Sedan 1929 'CHEV. Coach These barfi-ains will only last a few days so act fast. BUI' NOW! Terms to Suit. FEMNS MOTOR CO. 20 N. Locust SI. Phone 907 JANUARY REDUCTION SALE OF BETTER USRD CARS PRICES REDUCED OX THIS LOT AS MUCH AS 33 l-.T PER CENT NOTF. THE LOW DOWN PAYMENT WITH EASY TI3R.MS ON BALANCE YOU MUST ACT QUICK—TllbSli WON'T STAY LONG DQWN 30 CHEVROLET Coupe ? 40 '2!l IHI'ICK 6 Coach 40 30 B1I1CK ti Sedan 40 31 CHRYSLER ti Coupe fi;> 29 CIIFVKOLET Sedan 3.1 33 FORD Sport Coupe 110 30 GRAHAM G Sedan ij> .11 HUDSON 6 Sedan 50 33 DODGE Coupe HO 33 TF.RUAPLANE Coupo 85 29 WHIPPET 6 Coach 20 40 Others to Select From You Get A Better Used Car From A Bulck Dealer—So Visit TITE USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phono 2208 Tho Thumnm Motor Co. Bulck Dealer. SAFE'I'Y TESTED USIOD CAI1S 1935 CHEVROLET Sedan ...,?375 1D3S FORD Conch 315 11)34 B1I1CK Coupo 375 19S4 DODQK Sedan 375 1934 CHEVROLET Sporl Coupe 345 1933 OLDSMOBILE Sedan .... 346 Open KvonliiKH Until 10 O'clock .1. 8. SNOWHERGKR & SONS 219 E. VVnshliiKlnn St. Phono SOI A DlltUCTOIty of wftnl« and ot- 'ors which In brouxht utrlctly up- .o-rtate each day—that's what the Rslrled Section In. Automotive Automobiles For Sale FOll SALE--1929 Ponllac coupe Good condition. Sacrlllce. Phone 1157. VERY SPECIAL PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 193G CHRYSLER Sedan 1935 PLYMOUTH Coupo. 1935 CUKY.VSI.Klt Sedan. 1934 OLDSMOB1LE Sedan. 1931 CHRYSLER Sedan. MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. Distributors Chrysler-Plymouth 50-02 W. Franklin St. Phono 2200 DON'T FIGHT YOUK OLD CAR ALL WINTER Trade it in on a winterized, guaranteed OK Used Car ,',t HOFFMA. 1 CHEVROLET SALES and Save .Money, Time and Trouble. 1937 CHEVROLET Sport Coupe, witli radio nn'l heater. 1937 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Sedan, with radio; black. 1936 FORD Sport Coupe. Equipped with radir and heater. 1934 LA SAI.LU Sedan. Blue Fleet\yood body, in excelle condition throughout. 1934 CADILLAC 7 Pass. Sedan. Radio &. heater, except ionalli nice condition. 1936 CHEVROLET Master C Coacli Black finish with red wire wheels, fine condition. 1936 FOlil) Tudor Sedan. Trunl model equipped with radio. 1935 BUICK DoLuxe Sedan. Equipped with radio and heater, (Int. condition thruout. 1935 CHEVE St. Coach. Black, has had excellent care. 1935 FORD DcLuxe Tudor, with radio. Has had excellent care. 1937 CHEVROLET Tractor & 20 ft Fruehauf Trailer, van type body, fully equipped. 1937 CHEVROLET Dump Truck, new 1-lercnle^ hydraulic dump body, new rubber FORD & CHEVROLET TRUCKS. \~t ton panels, l 1 /^ ton stake and dump bodies Many Other Makes and Models Priced Accordingly Terms to Suit Your Income HOFFMAN CHFVROLETSALES, Inc USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phono 458 Look For the Rig Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" Autos For Hire TAXI—Graham taxi 20c. Miam Cab, comfortable yeai round. Service any place. Paul II. Johnson. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 COMPLETE line of bicycle parts, tires & accessories; repairing. Twigg Cycle Co.. 43 N._.vtuUijirry. Repairing .1 ServLco Stations CALL 722—SIIAFER'S GARAGE, for general auto repairlny: .t tuu 1 in£. 140 E. Frankifn St. CAR WASHING 75c—General . pairing and tire service. Ambrose's Garage, rear 33 N. .lonalha Business Service Business Service Offered GLASS—Sold and replaced In automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop. 11 N. Locust. Ph. 2693W NOTICE—A. Gaylor has a complete repair shop for trucks and autos. General blacksmith. acetylene welding, frames, body. fenders, axles, sprliiRS and bumpers. Motor repairing. 20G-20R E. Washington St.. llagprsown, _Md. ^^^^ Radio Repairing MILLER'S RADIO SERVICE All ftlak^s Repaired. Open 8 A. M. tr 9 P. H. 4 N. Mulberry. Pl^e2 Insurance and Surety Bonds 2S STATE AUTO, Compensation t Fire Insurance. J. B. Burgesser. 1< Repairing and Refinishing 29 FT~j7~GACK— Keupholsterinb' & re- palrinir furniture. Mattresses renovated, work tlrsl class, reasonable jirlees. Ph. 2:ui. r il. JI2 Center St. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 BIG DEMAND fo.r Everyday Orr-r-t- iiiB Card Box Assorlmcnls. Earn big money daily tnkinp: orders. No experience needed. Also Personal Stationery Free Samples. \VMlnro Brown, Inc., 225-P Fifth Ave., New York. COUNTRY girl for general work in tavern. Experience unnecessary. Must have fairly good education. Make home. \VHte_Box_91_c-o_Ma_n. 5uS~ElTEE~prOR — For moUicrioRS home in Washington. D. C. 2 children Hoom & board, S5.00 week. Apply 5»3_Frederick St.,_rcar. 5T'ECLAir"w77rk for married women. Earn to }2l weekly and your own dresses FRK.E. No canvassing. Give nge ami dress size. Faslnorr Frocks, Inc., Dcpl. G-H2S, Cincinnati. On_io. Help Wanted—Male 33 MAN to take up Landscape work. Must he salislleil with $35. Wl weekly at start. -\'o experience necessary. Handle orders for Roses, Evergreens, Shrubs. Fruit Trees, Berries, for old and new customers. Moore ,t Co., Uept. C, Newark, N«v^ York. _____ MAN for Coffee route. Up to $45 first week. Aiilomoliile given as bonus. Write Albert Mills, 4tOC Monmout.i, Cincinnati.^. ' __ _ MAN — To drive grocery truck. Also cut meat and clerk. AVrito Box 98, c/o Herald-Mail. _____ rtlREP] MEN at oiu.e to handle grocery route, business well established. No cash. bond necessary. Write E. E. Riihnke, Box No. .167, Newark, N. J. for personal interview. _ 1'WO SALES.ME:: wanlei! for rural sales work. bet.ween age of 25 to 00. Must have car and free to travel. Apply at Colonial llntc.l. Seven to nine. Harry Lukehnrt. WANTED—Experienced and capable farm family \\itli IK-IP on a well equipped farm- house will) modern convenlen v:s. J. A. Wilson, near Rri.alhedsville Situations Wanted—Female 36 :IP.L with chlltl wants work In home of 2 or 3 adults. Write P. O. Box IPS, liliio Ridge Summit. Pa. MIDDLE ACfKD wonian desires' honscworii In small family in town. Apply i;;'.7 N. Locust HI. I'OIING \\-omon7 with chTid. wants housekeeping in motherless home. Write Box 10! c-o Herald-Mall. ^IINIIIIIIIlllllllllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllltlllllllllllNIlNINinilllllllllllllllllllNllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllll^ 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. Employment Situations Wanted—Female 3t J7KFINED middle aged lady desires work as companion or honsckecp er in small respectable family. References .furnished. Box 263, Shep- berdslown Financial_ Business Opportunity 38 GASQLLNIS service station In Ila- 'gers*lo«-n open for lease, doing 10,(100 gals, per month average About ?:,00'capital necessary to take over stock, et;. A good opportunity for exporieiic-'d man. \\ rite Box 9j c-o Herald-Mail IF i'OU now operate a lunch wagon on a paying location, have a payable lease we will make an attractive trade-in allowance, on a modern cllicient O'Mahony Diner and will consider allowance as rash deposit. Write for details. JERKY O'MAIIONY, INC., ELI/.ABETH, N. .1. ARE YOU ON OUR MAILING LIST? MEAT & Grocery Store—Good location. Uolnsr good business. Will help finance Write Box 100, Mall. KEST'VUKANT for sale, selling beer, doing good business Splendid lo- ca ti on. AVlJtoJoxJ OlljJioraJdi. Money to Uoa'n—Mortgages .MORTGAGES—On farms 5%. 10 to 15 yrs. Consult us. L. S. bpangler. 2r.rl Fl., 2nd National Bank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN—On Rood lit mortgages. 6%. H. P. Hartman. la N. Jonathan St. .MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency. 304-5-6 Second NatL Bank Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE, 26 N. Potomac St MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAtHsS GROH REALTY CO 13 Summit Ave. ; MONEY for First Mortgages H. T. Brewer, T. C. Llndsey "14 15 »nd Nat Rank Bldg. Ph. 8<81 Jnstrucjror^ "Musical, Dancing, Dramatics 44 Kiginners -- -„... (ballroom) every Mon. i; Ihuis. t> su'isV; FOR SALE—Fresh £°^ T]<1 ^ ri1 V " U ' Poultry and Supplies 49 TjiTririTvFR House 2M sir.e, Incubator, ISCcRg new, 1 nil brooder. HOG Fnpo _Av<? 1 HaU-hery. Phone 4087FU.'J nTfsTmi HATCHING — Marshall Hatcher. . Memorial Blvd. R. Phone 9C2.1. Chicks on sale "Howard's Fecd_Stnrc __Plio_iio_806. j~0.00"""''""' i; "s WEEKLY — Pure pni'l 'rl' Y — All kinds and efftrs 'wanted Zimmerman & Wlshnnl, I'oi- cbnreli ^ Jonaihan._Ph._2Jll. MerchQndise_ Articles for Sale 61 A~LL GLASS <• shaiied cigar or e-indj- case 7 ft. lonB, -I ft- wide. Will sell re.-isonablo if Kolil at once. Apply manager Hotel Alex- BATFfY~T5oiLE~liS— New 2 II. P. tnbeless boilers, meetuiK state n- spection. Priced reasonable. Haters toAVn KtiuIpineiH^Co^ __ ^i-_JJ^ : i7n"LA"VAT.7".NTi. 17 Cream Separator. 3ii-iral Favorite churn. Will sell cheap. Jacob 1 1. Rlssoi, Ph. tltl^n ELICCTIUC MOTORS — All types and als i accessories .t parts; repairing a specialty. Hut?erstowr! Equipment Co.. Md. Ave. Phone HG :.iTjKTmC~MOTOVfs~& PA P.TS— Ne\ anc used motors control devices We repair & rewind all sizes. any make or type. tlltKKN'WALT KI.HCTI1IC CO_ Phone _S07. I'MTiiNACTTs""— Pipe, hose, belting. pulleys, plumbing supplies, OFFICE FURNITURE Ilagerstown Equipment Co.. Maryland Ave. Piiono 1-lfi. ______ _ __ ;Tlu7s^~lilC"YCI^N"— In llrst" class condition. Price S12.SO. Phone _______________ TxSHINCI machines repaired, parts .t wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service, 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. Merchandise Articles for Sale J115CO.\DITJOXEI) USED r l r E All .sizes. 1 A" to 12" AVo Cut anil Tin-end tr> Sketch PAVINGS UP TO 50<Y, ,?. .MORE Out. of 'ln\vn inrniiries given prompl attention. & JIKTAT.S CORP. Plionn Ccfal and Wood 5 6-A COM.—Conrge'K Creek, Sfi% lump ?I.:!f» ton delivered daily, ,inv amount. P:ir>ne 73(1. COAL ~^~COKivr~-^~U'OOD . Hleli Quality Pins Good Service LEISTEn COAL CO. Phon« 778. 09 W i; ca St "Wo Make It Hot l-'or You" DISTRIBUTORS —O. P. Automatic Coal Burners. AVEKS BP.OTHERS RT. 3U W. AnUetatn St. "Orig-Inal" Pn. EEE and Lump Coal All Sizes of Pocahontas. Run Mine PJione_S_00-!iqj (SEN. K1SD AStl LVKJBNS VALLEY Kurtiace, Heatrola Special JS.50 W. M. BEATTY. . PHONE 120SJ POCAHONTAS ~ N\it or stove. Penn. lump, Lykens Valley, pea. nut or stove. Mine run & stoker coal. Call or see PEOPLE'S COAL CO. Phone 20SS. 10 McComan St. WASriEr COAL GRANTSVIL-LE COAL ;r>^ LUMP COAL TRY OUR SCREENINGS CHAR. O. 0ERR 21 HIGH ST. PHONE SI Household Goods 69 CLEARANCE SALE Of All Coal Ranges Heaters and Oil Circulating Heaters Convenient Terms SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Plione 1270 GAS STOVE for sale. Direct action. Good, condition. Reasonable. Apply 145 Klner street. GOOD eras range for sale cheap. Pliojie CT'.-.M. NK\V~'i7fvTi!if Room 5ul[e ...$39.00 Ne\v Stm'.io Couclie.H 15.00 l-'oi-M.vtli Klora KP. Mill St. Musical Merchandise 82 KINO Slide Trombone, only used 3 nior.ths. ./ili sell very reasonable. Apply (J23 Oullford Arc Radio Equipment 62-A R <: A VICTOR Sllsrlitly used. Cost Sn-i-fiO. Will sell cheap, 230 Ens t Ave. Rooms and Board Wanted to Buy GOOD second hand furniture wanted. M. H. Barney, IS W. Franklin St. Pltnnc 112.^. •InM™jfb"irfi' r ~^~W!ui7c7i7~Di7ect from farms tc receiving plant. Stale where and qnaniity of milk hauling. Write Hox !M c-o WANTKJ.T--^~Alr "compressor ami hammer Lowest cash price. Write Box 117, c/o TferaliNMjiJl, Rooms Without Board 68 ALL rooms running water, centrally located, rea.sonahl- rates: 22 S. Potomac St. .\1ARLROHO Hotel. _ BELL Apartment. Potomac St.-N.- 302—Desirable room suitable for 1 or 2 persons. Phono H37-.I. ]TftO~ATjvVAY-29 •— .Well furnished bedroom next to bath; gentleman. Pho^ije_ny j liROADWAY—Liirifo front bed room, ne\vlv furnished. Phone 1397-J. FURNISHED bedroom in private family; gentleman preferred. Apply 12 West Side Ave NORTH ENT — Well furnished front bedroom. Phone 1117H.. 1 LARGE front furnished bed room, suitable for 1 or 2. Second floor. 13 n S. Polo m a-c. ^___ Real Estate For Rent Apartments arid Flats 71 Al'TS.—f,03-r,07 S. Potomac, 1,1 W. Ant., Hill Crest Road. 2:1 N. Potomac, Public Square. GRtlll REALTY Co., 13 Summit Ave A~PA~iiT"ii"liiNTS—~M"oilcri^ furnished' ami unfurnished. Apply 1st floor 21li S. Prospect ilAiNNON AVE.-S.-10—One or two rooms and kitchenette, 3rd floor. Reference^ j^qulwb Adults. FAIRGROUND AVE. -.17—Furnished apartments. Reference^ required.^ GREY" VlARLES—Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and bath, newly decorated sunny bedrooms. Potomac & Oak Hill Avcs. Apply Apt. 42 Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats FA1RGROUNL A VIC.-114—1st floor, 3 room apartment; conveniences. Apply 533 Brow 11 Ave. Ph. 1053-M. HAMILTON BLVD.-SS! — 3 rooms, bath. Furnished. 2nd floor. Phone 192BM. HAMILTON BLVD.-915—1st Boor. 6 room apartment. No children. W. Fra..k Wolfe. Phone 64It. OLi.Eit APARTMENTS—very de- slrable five room apartment: poss. at once. Oil! Mr. Harp 2254M. NEW, 2nd floor, 5 rooms & bath, hardwood floors, Karate. 3y E. Franklin St. OAK HILL AVE.-710—New 5 room modern, automatic neat; Immediate possession. Phone 2SO< or 2221.M. POTOMAC AYR. — 3 room apartment, private bath; rent reasonable. Possession at once. P]i. 1239.1. POTOMAC ST.-S.-247—New 4 room apartment, . hardwood floors, all modern convs. poss. at once. Call 77S or 2G77W Leister Goal Go. PROSPECT SOVSiTi 12 — 3 room apartment exclusive location. All conveniences. Phono 19 or 1524. THE TERHAC:E-930—P rooms and bath. Adults Immediate possession. Phone 1059J. 1 ROOM Apartment in the Mt. Royal Apartmen'. 673 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 1021 or 2775W. G ROOM apartment, elevator service. Farmers & Merchants Bank Bldg.. .'i. W Washington St. Phone 108. Farms and Lands for Rent 76 TENANT with stock, equipment; 110 acre tarn- near railroad, Big Spring Dist. See George G. Sny- iler. f,0» jrami Bldg Ph. 2303 17S ACRES—Desirable farm. 1 mile Nn. Clear«prlng: on Mercrsbg. road. Run. water and mod. conv. Mrs. C. V. Strife. Phono 31F2 Clearspr|iig. Houses for Rent 77 A jfODEHN HOME Shouirt~ha~ve an Automatic Gas Water Heater installed. Be sure before renting. BRICK H^USK—4^beiiroo'nis", bath", living room and kitchen. In the 400 block North End. Low rent. Apply Milton Kohler, 417 North Potomac St. BELLEVJE AVE.-14—6 rooms, bath, furnace; reasonable rent. Jan. 1st. M. Berkson. 43 W. Franklin SL FKANKLIN ST.-E.-o24 — fi4<! N. Locust, etc. .1 t<> 7 rooms, fl.nO per wk. np Apply 119 N. Potomac St. I'bone 12S1R. GU1LFORD AVE.-filS—Modern, G room house. 52S Uuilford Ave., at I or f, P. M. GOOD HOUSES—30'. Reynolds Ave.. 210 Fairground, 503 S. Potomac, Western Pike. Broadfordlng Rd. GROH REALTY Co., U Summit Ave JEFFERSON ST.-GG1 — 3 room bungralow A_pjHy_sanMl. SALEM AVE7-f.4S—G room brick house, al conveniences, newly papered, garage. Apply 546. POMS. Feb. 1st. StlJUIIT AVE.-920—Modern 6 room brick; Immediate possession. Garage. 1GOS Sherman Ave. SINGLE HOUSE North End Tor rent. W MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency. Rmj. 304-5-6 Sec. Nat. Rk. Bldg. \V. CHURCH ST.-421— 6 rooms & bafh. Apply 26 North Ave. Phone 710.1, 10 ROOMS with hath, lavatory on 3rd floor, hardwood floors, garage. Apply 30 E. Franklin St._ . Wanted—To Rent 81 WANTED to rent, small farm on shares or will work by month. Small family. S. Wilbur Weaglcy, Roonsboro, Mo 1 ., Rt. 1. WANTED—3 rooms with bath, lur- nlsbed lor light Housekeeping, by middle aged couple. Central. Will be hero for year or more. Rent must be reasonable. See D. 13. Angel, Caiillman Cut Hale Drue _f>lon' L 30 B. _Wa«lil.iigton..St. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For Sale 83 ciThfvVSVILLE —T4 acres, with dwelling and out bldgs., elect.; cheap for quick sale. Hnyett's Cross Roads, <i room dwelling, with & acre of land, only $2,100. John L. Swain Agency- Ph._20a9.T. STXTY ACRIiTruTTaml berry farm. Good buildings. never failing spring. House has all city conveniences. Will help finance. "Write Rnx 99, r/o Herald-Mall. 7_10 £ 16 A. farms. In excellent condition, with electricity. D. M. Rtclenour. SimthaburE,,_ _Mji-. Houses For Sale 84 GIIILFOnr AVE.—Double investment. Brick duplex ideal location and surroundings large lot, two car garage $3500. Farm 43 acres 3 mi. out sacrifice. We have a number of desirable home's and apts. that can lie bought with a down payment of loci and Hie balance payable monthly nt 5% interest. .N. B. Rowe. 26 'N. Potomac St. lTNKSTb'WN^Main St. nice home, mod. large lot good hhlgs., Priced to sell John E. Taylor Agency, 309 Arcado_lJU]g^Phone_S3S : G~66D"double brick. H.'l'ot. St. Double, Halfway. ?3500. Double brick, North Ave., priced to sell. U room home.. Pot. Ave., ?SOOO. Good double, Va. Ave.. low liricc, nice built - ing lots, Bryan Place. *r,(|(l. Strole Realty Co _Arcade Blds\ OMIOS^ I.ots insurance for sale: also rents collected. 5<V r loans. C. .10 Fry 1100 Hamilton Blvd. Phone 2391-J.' IF YOU WANT to buy or sell real estate see C. E. Winger. 126 E. Baltimore St. Phone 2SS3. LOT 50X10S .fronting on 1'Unks- town pike $900. Brick house North End hardwood floors modej'n conveniences. Ga"age. W. MURRAY" IlAECHI'Er, Agency I'.ms. 304-T.-6 Sec. Nat. Rk. Bldg. MULBERRf AVE.—Modern (i room bouse, bath, furnace, oak floors, concrete ci'ilar. garage, etc., JJ300. ' MODERN six room brick house, Iiardwood floors 2 car garage. Frederick Rd. \VrlU_llox 87. ;\hill NfrRTII~EN~D—7 rm. brick, insulated with rock wool, n-cnthcrslrlp- ped, cuulked, hardwood floors, hot water heat with oil burner. Lot 60x150. An exceptional buy. Call Thin-man t;. Lindsay, Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd .Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone 2IS1 ; r~RbbjM~h"ome. SouU~~End, (1250. Ne\y modern bouse. Vi A. lot, edge City, bargain. Brick apt. property '(C apis.). N End, »10,000. S. L. V. Young, 131. S. Locust. PLEASE! When answering any pi 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 William F. Bast and John H. Bant. Pai'tnei-K, trading: as William P. Bast & Son, Vs. John Furry and May Furry, or their unknown heirs, et al. No. 13,848 Equity. _ In tho Circuit Court for Washington. County. Ttie object of this suit is to procure a decree for the sale or real estate of! which Charles M. Mertz, late of Washington County, Maryland, deceased, (lied seized and possessed, for t!ie purpose of paying the balance duo 011 the funeral bill as well as other just debts of the suhl <Iece.iKe<), and the distribution of the balance, if any, from said sale, among the heirs at law accord ins to their respective inter* Tho hill elates that Charles M. MerU, late of Washing-ton County, Maryland, deceased, was in his life I iinc and at the time of his death seized and possessed of a certain parcel o£ land together with the improvements thereon, situate in the Hlffhth Election District of Washington County, Maryland, and being the pfinif! property which was conveyed to the said Charles M. MorU and Ida V. Mertz, his wife, deceased liriof to the said Charles M. Mertz, by Sarah C. N f orris, et al, b'y deed dale* 1 January 25th, A. D. II*OS, and recorded in Liber No. 127. folio lOu one of. the Land Records of the .said Washington County; that the said Charles M. Mertz departed this life on or about April 17th, 1037, in Lest ate, leaving surviving him as his only heirs-at- law, a son, Alvey H. Mertz, intermarried with Lola Al. Mertz, his wife, a son, Roy C. .M"ertz, - intermarried with Stella Mertz, his wife, and a daughter, Bertha I. Marshall, a widow, all adults and residing In Washington County. Maryland; a grandson, John Furry, and a granddaughter, May Furry, both nonresidents of the Slate of Maryland. That administration was had on the personal • estate of the .said Charles M. Merlz but said personal estate was not ' sufficient to pay the funeral expenses and oilier just debts oC the said deceased. That the deficiency In the personal estate should br supplied by a sale of all or such part as mav bn necessary of the real estate, of the said Charles 11. Mertz to pay the balance due on the funeral expense as well as other just debts of the said deceased. The bill then prays that a Trustee be appointed to sell said properly and that* the proceeds of said sale be applied to the payment, of the balance due on the funeral expenses as well as other just debts, and any balance then remaining to be. distributed among the heirs at law of the said Charles M. Mertz, deceased, as their respective interests may appear, and that the complainants may havn .such other and further relief as their case may ret) tt ire, and they ask [Iiat the usual writ of subpoena be directed to the persons residing In the State of Maryland, and that. the usual order of publication IIP Issued*glv~ ing notice to John Furry and May Furry, or their unknown heirs, all non-residents of the State of Maryland, of the object and substance of this bill, etc. It is thereupon this 2Sth day of December, A. D. 10.17, by the Circuit Court for Washington County, Sitt hip in Kqnity, ordered that Ihp. complainants by causing a copy of this order to be inserted In some newspaper published In safd Washington County. Maryland, once a week for four successive weeks; before tho 2Sth day of January, A. D. 193S, giving notice to the said absent defendants, John Furry and May Furry, or their unknown heirs, of the object and substance of this bill, warning them and each of them to be and appear In this Court, in person or by solicitor, on or before die lath day of February. A. D. 193S. next, to show cause, if any they have, why a decree ought ot be passed as prayed. KDWABD OSWALD, Clerk. 15dward Oswald, Clerk. TRUE COPV*-TEST: EDWARD OSWALD, Clerk. Public Sale Classified Display Notices LUMBER SALE Tho undersigned will sell at Public Sale on K1UPAY, JANUARY 14, at 1:00 o'clock, on the Byrd Farm, on the road from Chestnut Grove to Mt. Briar. 25,000 feet of lumber, consisting of 2x4's, 2x6's, 2 inch planks and Inch boards from 8 to 16 feet long:; 25 wagon tongues, locust posts, slab pile. TERMS CASH. BOYD MICIIAET,. P THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE BLUE RIDGE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Notice is hereby given that- a meeting of the stockholders of the Blue Ridge Fire Insurance Company will lie held in the offices of the company at No. 114 West Washington Street, in Hagerstown, Maryland, at 10 o'clock A. M. on MONDAY, JANUARY 17TH, .1338, for the purpose of electing 1 twelve directors and for the transaction of such general business as may be submitted to the meeting. EDWIN C. HOOK, Secretary. Public Sale SATURDAY, JAN. 15TH, 193S AT H O'CLOCK On the Klracofe Farm, i miles £ast of Willlamsport, In The Neck. Kitchen range, large Windsor heatrola. oil cook stove, one oil burner fo-- stove, kitchen cabinet, elass door cupboard, 2 extension tables, 1 drop leaf. 1 couch. 2 leather rockers, 4 stands. 6 dining room chairs, 1 hed and dresser, 8 chairs anc rockers. 1. sink. 2 wash-, stands, swing, meat benches, ice refrigerator, book case and writing desk combined, serving table, lot of hooked rugs, lot of dishes and cooking utensils,, oil. lamps, chicken coops, etc. No Roods removed until settled for. Terms cash. MRS. JOSEPHINE SPEAKER. At the same place and time I will sell 1 Black Horse 1 Sorrel Mare Spring 1 tooth harrow, 2 double and 1 single shovel plows, single and double trees, check lines, bridle, collars ami other harness, etc. TERMS CASH. No goods removed unt'l settled for. W. A. SPEAKER. J. C. Snyder, Auctioneer. W. C. Young-, Clerk. OF BUNGALOW, 843 VIRGINIA AVENUE. IN HAGERSTOWN, AfARYLAND The undersigned by virtue of power of sale contained, in a mortgage recorded in Liber 1S7, folio S3, default having been made In the payment of the mortgage debt and other covenants contained in said mortgage, will offer for sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 393S, between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 o'clock p. m. all that lot of land together with Improvements thereon situate at the Northwest Intersection of Virginia avenue and Union Street, the said lot being known as Lot No. 7 on a plat o£ lots called "Howard Park" recorded in Plat Record 1, folio 124, and IK the same lot of land which was conveyed to Clarence D. Berber and wife by deed dated May ]7, 1923 and recorded in Liber 1G5, folio 475. This lot of land is improved by a bungalow containing six rooms, bath, all inocK>ru conveniences, including a hot water heating system; the furnace u» tliiw system will have to be replaced. The interior of house is'in splendid condition and the entire property needs little else than a coat of paint. It is splendidly located and Is a very fine home. Two car garage. Possession on day of sale, subject to ratification. TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash on the flay of sale or ratification thereof by tho Court the residue in one and twn years from day of sale. the deferred payments to be satisfactorily secured and to bear Interest from the day of sale; or all cash at the option of the purchaser. HOWARD P. HARTMAK Assignee of Mortgagee Fred M. "White. Auctioneer. A SMALL AMOUNT of your ttma spent each day iJi looking over tht classified ads will save hours In shopping. Public Sala We will sell at public sale on the Emmert Farm, 1% miles South of Downsville, on the road to 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 3 years old. Have been worked. 2 Colts, coming: 2 years old. l Colt, 1 year old. . 2&—HEAD OF CATTLE—25 OoiiKislinpr of fresh cows, close springers, fall cows, 4 heifers and 2 sinck bulls. T. li. tested Dec. 24th, 1037. 35—HEAD OF SHOATS—35 Wclglilnp from 40 to 76 )b«. TERMS CASH. • . WALTER C. BOWERS, C.A.EOX. Ward, Klgenbrodo anrl Knndler, Aucta. nff and Cunningham, Clerks. . . OAKY DOAKS Trademark Applied For U. S. Patent Office. Once Over, Lightly By R. B. FULLER ILL STAY HERE AND CLEAN UP SOME CORRESPONDENCE I ALWAV5 LIKE TO BE IN THE THICK OF BATTLE WHERE THE DANCER IS, THERE J READ THAT BACK TO ME, MISS GIL8Y

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