THE 1WUW SEWS The Weather FORECAST UNTIL TOMOHttOW, 8 P. M. . "For *Marylun.il.- Partly iloudy to niglit; Thursday cloudy Â»nd uiraÂ«U 1Â»U; moderate temperature. TDDQ CHfilSTrjAS .aiDPPlNG Â· PAWYZED AT MIDDLETOWN f*ftj|Â£R IS OEM? ' . ,vr 4,"; J. Charles Keller* Never (Regained CoHscfousnestfJ-Funeral Held on Friday. Stricken with paralysis while butchering at the home of Autos Remsburg yesterday at noon, J. Char! s Keller, one of the best known and most popular farmers in Middle town district, died last evening at bis licme, about a mile south of Middletown, without braving regained con sciousness. He was aged 67 years. Mr. Keller appeared to^be in the best of ^health yesterday morning an J vent about his work as usual. He brought milk to Middletown and after returning to. his tarm, went to the home of Mr. Remsburg, where he was to help with the butchering. He was stricken suddenly wliile at work, and was carried irito the Remsburg home. Later in the afternoon he was removed to his own home. He succumbed at 7 o'clock. The deceased was an active member 01 Christ Reformed church, of Mid- cUetown, and church work. was prominent in He had a host all of friends throughout the county who were shocked to hear of his death. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. Charles R. Lewjs, Washington, D. C.; Amos R. Keller, near Middietown; Frank H. Keller, Philadelphia; Charles K Keller, near Middletown, and John H. Keller, ot Washington. The funeral will be held Friday, leaving the house at 10 o'clock. Services will be held in the Reformed church, Middletown, at 10:30 o'clock, Rev. Dr. GÂ«orge Albert Snyder officiating.. Interment will be made in ihe Reformed cemetery. C. T. K. Gladhill funeral director. STRICKEN AT WORK Joseph Albert Smith Dies Short Time Afterwards. Joseph Albert Smith, aged 42 years. 3 months and 12 days, died suddenly on Tuesday evening, at 6:25 o'clock at his home at Schleysville. Mr. Smith was an employe at the Grove's lime kiln at Grove, where. he had been working for the past 27 years, and where he was foreman of the lime sheds. He left home in the morning in his usual fair health, and worked until about 2:30 o'clock, when he was suddenly taken ill. was removed to his homeland soon after lapsed into unconsciousness. He is survived by his widow, two daughters. Mrs. Mary Jones, Mrs. May Brightwell, and an adopted son, Raymond Smith, and two grand children. Mrs. Ida Smith, Baltimore; Mrs. Rosa Schaeffer, Washing on, and Murray Smith, Baltimore, also survive him. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose. Funeral will take place on Friday afternoon at 2'30 o'clock. Services a t St. Timothy's chapel, Schleysville. Interment in. Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Thomas P. Rice is the funeral director. " TOE DAILY HEWS, FREDEKIQg, MD.Â» WEPfrESDAT, NOVEMBER 80,1921. WRECK ON H, F, tine Near MiddJetown Stocked For Several Hours. Wtttft ONE MONTH AHEAD Of DATE Weather Observer Ventured TRUCKS LEAVE THE TRACK Cause of Accident This Morning Which Delays Passengers on Car Due Here at 8.40--Bound From HagerstoWn to Frederick. A bad derailment, in which a large box-car, loaded with twenty tons of (lour, wafe thrown from the tracks and wrecked, occurred tills m o i n i m about 8 o'clock on the lines of UK- ttagerstown *nd Frederick Railway Company, at the western edge of Mid tHetown. The freight motor and a gondola loaded with rails were not .thrown from the tracks. Freight motor No. 6, in charge of motorman Sampsel and conductor Wolfonr, both, of Hagc-rstown, wns west-bound from Hagerstown to Frederick." At the Antietam Milling Company, Funkstown, they coupled with No. 152, a box car, which was loaded with 20 tons oL flour. The trip to Myersville was without mishap, and at tha^ plate No. 200, loaded with steel rails, \\as-also coupled on. The freight was being followed by passenger or 'No. 172, from Hagerstown to Frederick, and due here at 8:40. According to passengers on 172, THE WORK OF DEATH Jacob L. See. Following a long illness, Jacob See, aged forty-six years, died on Sun- 'day at his home at Rockville, Montgomery county. He is survived by his wife and two sons:. The funeral took place Tuesday morning from Pumphrey's chapel at Rockville. the freight motor was making good speed when it reached the point of derailment. The front trucks of the middle car, loaded with flour, left the rails, pulling the rear trucks off too, and plowed up the cross-ties for a distance of about 50 feet. The box-car, which beep me uncoupled from the freight motor when it left the rails, came to grief after breaking off one of the company's private telephone poles, tearing down about* a half-dozen wires. and burying the front trucks in mud to the body. The steel beams on the car were badly twisted and the doors sprung loose from their fastenings. Several of the timbers were badly splintered. Passengei car No 172, in charge of notorman Wachtel and conductor Saupt, carrying 31 passengers, a dozen or more of whom were students on their wa y to school et Middletown, was unable to pass this point as a consequence, and another passenger' Jar, No. 160, in charge of inotorman Haugh and conductor Kefauver, was used to bring the passengers into this city. -It was stated at fhe offices of the. lagerstown and Frederick Railway Company here this morning that jt would be three or four hours at least before the tracks .can be cleared. More time -will be needed, however, to lay new cross-ties and rails. COMMISSIONERS LIKELY TO PKE MR. OLAND PRESIDENT E. H. Albaugh Slated For Clerk Again and Alban M. Wood Probably Attorney. A tentative agreement, it was said was reached yesterday, by members of "the Board-of-XToimty Commissioners, over-the orgafiaaation of- theixwrd and some of the most important appointments. While the agreement was said to' be only tentative, the opinion was expressed that it would be confirmed at a conference today and carried into effect when 4oe new members go In tomorrow, f According to Ihe agreement, Mr. Oland will be elected president, Engene H. Albaugh. clerk; Clarence M. PWceger. assistant clerk: Alban M. Wood, attorney. A Republican health officer very likely will succeed Dr. Henry P. Fahrney. It was said that the appointment of a superintendent of Montevne Hospital to succeed the present superintendent will be postponed for a few days. Although ft seems probable that the present su- itrintendent will be reappointed it is known that others are seeking the place. While the county commissioners are holding their counsel one of them stat- * Local Opinion--Warm Wave Continues to hult-- No Snow. According to the reroute of tho lo cal weather *hÂ»erv(jr, the month of November hai been mild in the ex trtuue as compared w i t h conditions existing in Novembers of other yearn und not even so much- as u light Know, fall has been recorded. The ralnfal has been much lighter, too, and tho precipitation mark for thin year In Â» tur about twelve or thirteen inches below the mark? set last year. Yesterday was really wnrui, when It li taken Into consideration that w are so clone io Christmas. The ther mometer went no lower than the 48 degree mark\ while last night it fcl only (jt 30 degrees The mercuiv roae rapidly this morning, and by J l o'cliK-lt was resting on the 48 mark with all'Indications pointing to a far. Uier jump of several degrees.. The lainfall during the mouth of November is recorded by tufe local weather man as being about omt twelfth of an inch behind the precip nation of the same month for last year. This ypar may be rounded out without the rainfall having caught up to the mark of last season, although it is thought tliat enough 'moisture has been retained in the earth for the present _ The -government weathei report gives out the news that unse* tied weather can be expected tonight and tomorrow, with tomorrow cloud} and with Â· normal temperature During November of 1920, snow fell on two or three days, -while during that same month of this year, not the Slighteet snowfall has been recorded On the thirteenth of November, 1920, the records of the local weather ob. server show that the county had a snowfall which measured three fourths of an inch. Later in the mouth, two or three light shows were recorded although they amounted to ifttle or nothing. It is the opinion of the local weather man that Frederick county will ex perlence ^ white Christmas this year, d that the biddies as well as the grown-ups, wll be able to have an abundance of fun during that holiday CHASE FOR NEGRO He is Finally Caught in Coal Yard and Gets -10 Days. An exciting chase t through the southern part of'the city took place on Saturday afternoon between Constable E A. Alexander and Sam Ma, son, colored. Mason, who was charged with striking a ff colored woman, was caught after a. long chase, in Newman's coal yard. ' Â· Alexander with a warrant in his pocket went to a pool room on AH Saints' street, in the hope of finding Mason. The constable did- not know the negro, but evidently the negro knew the constable, for he ran out of flie room with the officer in hot pur- May Change Test Wade. ' In u urttllnstaarv tm W iiio AmtÂ»rkai lÂ«t j'nuu-*' JCiiKluu 01' Imh'penilcntH tli.n n u n u l u K Mpl ivsullk were action) |llHli*-d M nd the ol tin- won* vruatly and the tmt,iy uiHtuittr i.i which it pumped water TomoiroWn test IIIH Â«* htiiitud on the Water ntivÂ«t br diw nistrtul of on Carroll utm-t, un formerly planned owliiK tÂ» Insufllcif nt wat(Â»r nujiuly at thw laiici place In case the euKlut pumps from the (.'arroll street brldgo It will be HOC. easurv to excuvute from tho crÂ«ek bwl a HufllHently largo enough place tor the sleeve. LOCAL MENTION tuleco Parlor lbrarJ Table,, Piano For Sale. At a Sacrifice. Upright 1*111110 In pel feet fomlit.uti, coat 'tig new $40()(iO Will sell for $1M 0(1 Also Suit, Llbr two -leather upholstered rooking chairs, all mahogany color. Will sell at u sacrifice. to -quick buyer 12 W. Patrick St.. \ N Frederick. Fine Lot of Assortet! Chocolates . Only 60e. u pound. HERSHBERGER. Deep Sea Jazz Band of New York City. Will be at the Palace of Dancing. Junior Hall, Dec. 2 and 3. Friday and Saturday of this week. Dancing fronii 8,30' to 1. Saturday evening, 8.15 to TB1 CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK, i, D| FREDERICK; MD. CAPITAL. 9100,000. SURPLUS, Â·300,000. 11.45. Don't fail to see and hear those Sea Going Syncopatore on their tour from coast to coast. Couple, $1.50. Oents, $1.00. Ladles; 50c. Plus tax. Class Friday evening, 7 to 8.30. The Kind of Chocolate You Like. Only 6l)c. a pound. HERSHBERGJER. F. O. E. All members are requested 'to be present Wednesday evening at 8 p. meeting. Refreshments m Social served. By order. J. A. 3. YOUNG. Old Fashion Home-made Stick Candy Made At Â· HER SHBEROER. Women of Mooce Heart Legion are requested to attend the funeral of 'ate brother Jos Smith, of "Sclileys- rille," Friday, 830 o'clock. MISS EMMETT ROELKE, Secretary. - -- Â· i Hershberger's Assorted Chocolate Only 60c. Pound. fcllllfnerv. Reardleiis Of Cost. Our attractive line of up-to-date millinery. Positively sold regardless Â°' cost. Specials all this week. Re- Â«io luuiii Â«jni me uiucer in uoi pur-i . suit Alexander was Joined by sev- ' duction sale - on human hair switches. Match- anv Shade of hair. orriomua J. D. BAKES. .............. President ( . Q. BAKflB ....... VIce-President H. D. BAKBB ......... Vice-PresMent ..... ...Cashier WM a. DUTALL..AMC J6iÂ«PH OXBDOTOB8 JOHN B. sttMSBTJBG WM.O. D. J. D BAKBB TH08. fi. HALLM C. St. OONUCt F. L. HABOBT. j J. 8.NVmfAK J. H. OAMBJdUU JB, H.D. BAJCXB spectators and the chase led through the backyards of some of the homes in that part of town. The negro was finally caught and sentenced to 10 days in jail. IN THE SOCIAL WORLD Party At Woodsboro. A delightful surprise party, given ^Mrs. Harvey Harris by was her friends, in honor of her twenty-sixth birthday, at her home, on Wednesday evening, November " 23rd. Games were enjoyexl until a late hour, when faction "through Hats remodeled" to please. * MRS. .Â°Â£. KEFAUVER. ' Corner Third" *nd Market Streets, Frederick, Md. - Â« | Â· The Risks We Run. Appear in every issue of every newspaper and your only safeguard against financial distress is in policy with the EQUITABLE that represents A COMPLETE CIRCLE OF PROTECTION. You can prove this to your satis- GBAYSON H. STALKY. refreshments were served. Mrs. Wil liam Crum baked the birthday cake, which was decorated wi,th twenty-six /pink ,-ose buds. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs Harvey Harris, Mr and Mrs. Charles Crum. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stoner, Mr. and Mrs.'Wm. Crum, Mr. ana Mrs. L. C. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Boiler, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boller r Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anders, Mrs William Hoffman, Mrs. Norman Gallatin, Mrs. ToJbert Lpotz. Mrs. Charles Wills. Mrs H. B. Pittinger. Misses Margaret Powell, Mildred WjiHs, Elizabeth Boiler, f Madaline Lootz. Evelyn Filler. Messrs. James Stoner, Carl Boiler Jr. B. S. Yaste. B. S. Taste. "V\*ahington. D C. for* nri-riy of Frederick county. liod ai il-e Oartield Hospital. Washington. ye-ferday morning after an extended i'lness. aged abont TO years. His fcody rt*".il be brought t" t'rbana for Imrial Thursday at 12 o'tlock. interim-nt be- :ug made in tli" wrneiery adjoining itie Episcopal church, tbat place. Mr. YaÂ«te wa-. born' near MiÂ«lllc- Â·wn. beiiij: the ^"Â»n of the late Jonathan and Hannah Yaste. of that local.;v. Ho was Â«Â«iiieatel in the puWic ^. nools at MiMletnvn. and was a ip'-nrtt^r of the RetWmeÂ«l chnrch. that place For the past 40 years he had IMH-H ,n Washington as an employe of Ifo is survived by -UiÂ« wife, two j Roy in Roston. MaÂ«s. A E- Yasie. F/nlcrick Jnni- "i iJo. Â·Â·"-. who 1 iwthiÂ»r. G Miss Narcissa *Koontz Narrissa KoonJs, a wcU known f Â« ' " Â« r rvsidfut of this city, died on T f-j^-r moniinc at tbo home Â»f her n f-o Mr- W. n. Oirry. Â»V1 Xortli K i.-r sirx-el, Ila1liiuÂ«TÂ». from thf n iinnilkÂ« ff apf Sho was a dandi- e r of ?V Ja'c O^fiyy arid MSTT KfKinlz. ami haÂ«l for pnmf tiiw prior 1 i moviTic o l?a!l]7norif. lirpd with family of IV- ]Â»Â»Â«Â« A C53- at 1Jw hon*e on at ** o'clock TTw lo this city by Purisl will hr rrmdp in Â«7rot*ry. Thonias P. of thÂ«Â» a rranjpMDCTJf Â«. rÂ«-nwiTi will TV - r ThnrorJji.T 7iKrninc at 1Â» o' Mt. When ihe fapcv lightlv s to Jove Â«h* qnioklv him back to earth again It? exjosi*e the, Ughtaesa of bis jwcketbook. ' ed yesterday that the above agreement had been reached and would go through unless a change in the program was made today. Another member stated that an understanding had about own reached that would stand unless today's conference ml*et matters. It was , stated at the Courthouse that Messrs. Oland and Dudderar. Repuo- Ifcans and the two Democratic Members are behind Gts tontativ.? agreement. with the wrception of the appointment of clerk. In resar.l tÂ» the latter place ;t waÂ« -aii that Mr. D:id- derir felt favora! Io to Roger G. Harley- All Â«-f the r(yrJly-olocfÂ«l off,cial; ami their apro'niti'* will lie indmiÂ«d into office tomorrow. Clerk of the 'Â·Â·vi-t EH O H-tÂ»4*i w i l l .vnJ.jnir his iM of d*intwÂ». tv the Court fÂ«r cÂ«Â»n- linnaJion. Tlie dcpiitios in Jiie office Â·Â·f the Register of Wills, Shcrff Attend Butchering. Mr. Irvin Rippeon, of Johnsvnie. butchered five hogs on November 22 weighing 300. 293. 279, 271 1-2 and 259. Those assisting were: D O Savior. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Grabill. Mr. an^ Mrs. Irvin Rippeon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grabill. ,Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Anderson cf Frederick; Mrs. Hall Brown. Mrs Margaret Garver: Misses Flora Taylor, and Ruth Anderson, of Frederick; Mrs. A. Taylor. Pauline Grabill. Margaret Hannan. Mary Boona: Messrs. John I. Boone. Loraine Ris- peon. Wcrd Grabill and Howard Taylor. Jr. of Frederick. LEWIS RTDERTZBAUGH District Manager. Tuesday, March 14, TJ. G. Hooper, auctioneer, will sell for Frank L Stoner. trustee, on George W. Young farm, 1 mile nest of Frederick, on Hamlmre pike, lot of live stock and farming implements. "Christmas Sale." Presbyterian Social Rooms. Wednesday, Nov. 30th. and Thursday, Dec. 1st, from 2 to 5 p. m. Attractive display of Aprons. Children's Dresses. Dressed Dolls, Pillow Cases and other useful articles. Tea and waiters served. County Commissioners are no*, under ine latr. required to he confirmed, }Â»y :hr- Court. The retiring offit-ialÂ« will n-Â»ke a elesn-np "f Hieir office iffirs today, as far Â»s possible to give way lo those whowiU succeed them. R Autoist Pays $100 Fine. M Waldron. W n. r. l'.v State Policeman Eichnliz ami Sh(rjfl* WiHiain O. in connection with the Hash l"twecn BUSINESS IN THE COURTS Property Deeded. C Buxton and husband. to W Driver and wife, city. $10 * WTtheiTnfT and w'fe. to E Tobias Bready. city, $!Â· el A Lewis, trustee, "t a3.. to William H MosÂ«r. county. $1.Â«70 Susie I. Raw -burs and husband, to Charles E Btirgcr city. S275. Pet Mocking Bird Escapes An Enelish machine bird. eviJ*ni)v hi*, machine anl On* a']ftÂ»molt]feÂ» f j UK-hard HareÂ«*n. IVarl. near the F.iirj Â«o!inev} suilty of opera tins a machine] under the inflwn'-o of liquor, and of having no headlights on his machine fined $lfln Â«nl w.tÂ« hy Jndgv Cra- Mrs. Bigg's Home-Made Kraut And Mrace Meat. , GITTINGER3 'GROCERY. Dinner, Supper, Breakfast,'2Sc. Every day at Cramer's lialace Music. Our finest Home-made Chocolates and Caramels, 49c pound. Fine Chocolates at 39c lb. Boi. Attention Moose. All members of the Loyal Order of Moose are requested to be at the meeting this Thursday. Dec. 1st, at 8 o'clock. . Hon Win. Trickett Giles will be with us and deliver an address.. A smoker t will follow and a time is in store for all. R. W. EYLER. Secretary. Washington Bus. Leaves New City Hotel, S a. m- Leaves Raleigh Hotel 4 p. m. New closed car. fare $2.00 Johnson Waldron pajl the fin* 1 .Poster Contest. Nettie Bragxten. of rural schools, is at th" Rockville High hu Ming on ThurÂ«flav. Friday Saturday of this wpok of made hv tb the /-ountv for an School and r school clii32rcn of during "BoÂ»ter English from th*- A COSH- FodÂ«Ta'ion of a pet that had from Its flew on a w-ndrÂ»w sill in the porch at UiÂ» homf of Roy I Hyndman near FreÂ«lÂ«rick this mominir. an^ at- attention of th^ famil-s It is thought that the bird 'is owned in h5Â» sanction Watch Tbe News fitnr. Woman's Cluhs ha* he--7i named hy Mrs lyewi"; W r-n rhairman of thÂ» of ! rc Four will he awards hv the clubwomen of W. V. WOLFE. For information call 345-J Holiday Suggestions. A large and attractive display of f mcheted work and hand-made article* suitable for the holiday season. Public invltHI Fourth St. to ca|l 114 West For Rent. six room borne on Trail a.- Apply. Montgom^r high school. eraTOrnar ?r-hoo!. tarv aW rural ^hoo1 punil entie. ThÂ« l^di^^ Sewins Society ot the, Kvangelical K~forme! church. wÂ»1 hoM a Chritirias.wite in the church Tiarlora. Saturday. December tie third, from Â» u o to five o'clock. ' i For Comfort. Xew rio?'3 and Tonnivg cars for hire. Office 44 S Market Street CHARLES H. MILLER. GRAYSON H. MEBCKE. IlO-acre farm oa Â·ohool. chorea to a Thone 10.14. Manager Signs. Po?t your Property with News-Post Then- it a Â«horiacÂ» of threp mil | placards. 5 cents each linn hnÂ«hpfj in the TMÂ»Tint crop, the shrtnka**, s yet, has not invad- Poultry Wanted; Pay Hlotiwt arr*Â« on State J=: *cr?Â«. Good laBproveaaeata, wat- erÂ«-l frnlt, iÂ«4 acrea. hard road near ranroaC 1*4 acrea, fro it. rnaalac water, seal- try'and dairy, billy XI0 acrea A farm tor MI Zf.-lt-14-S acre Â»rosÂ«rtlM. H that can bÂ« bought at rt| fi-roont modÂ«ra brick northWFPt secttoa ot 4 fa**TM MM ,wj%*Jwifi^ftsW^ wI^ MODJiL. A (WHAT fiOON. . .lust recWvod u nplendld tthluuiont of Hoyu' HlouxoH M\IUi collar attached and Until Â« ulTri. Mutlt- of u beautiful wove Hlripiul Mud run tbttt .M 111- Htund wnsh u ml wear " An Ideal blouse for nohool and everyday wear. AH $100 EACH. , 40 to 14. 2ND LOT. Same make but inn do of Porcule In neat figures and .MtrJtVM. JWflrted sizes. All to go at 89c EACH. APRONS GALORE . Â· Plenty of lovely White Aprons "made for maids" or for the noat housewife who 1 ikes tho hiiml-lnp tmmhftr A wonderful token for a Xmna Gift that will nil just tho need you want It to. 50c TO $1 00 EACH. JOHN D. TIENDRICKSON. POTTS ft OSZF7IN. Lot 31x370 ft , improved with fine three stoi'y apartment house ol brick' construction. First and third, floors. each otter live rooms and bath, second .floor six room and bath. There are such additional conveniences as steam heat, two stairways, cos. elec tricity, and splendid cellar- of concrete flobrlng. Deep garden sufficient for th,Â«je families. This property is in the xery Immediate vicinity of thÂ« New- Hotel site. . Â·* Located In fine residence district. 11 rootn brick house on lot 200 feet deep. 2 baths, steam heat, electricity, gaa and concreted cellar. Oood brick '"house tin Seventh street, oou.tHjtog six rooms. This IJttle property Is in splendid condition* and attractive at Ihe price. $1550.00. Two good she room brick hounes. Lot 40x200. Price $1500 each. FOR SALE. S acre* of land improved with 7-room house, stable and other necessary outbuildings. Situated near Bloomfield. 4 1-2 acrea of land improved 1 with 7-Tooja frame bouse, stable and other necessary outbuildings. Situated in New Midway. 40 acre s of land, improved with /-room frame house, barn and other necessary ' outbuildings. Situated 3 miles east ot Woodsboro, near Pleasant Hill school house. 60 acrea of hind .improved with all good, building*. Situated near Church Hill. 15 1-2 acres of land, improved with 7-room frame house, barn and other necessary outbuildings. Situated between Lewistown and Mountaindaie. 1 1-2 acres of land, situated along the State Road near Lew. istown. 57 acres of land improved with all good buildings, 2 miles from ' Woodsboro, near Troutvflle. 103 acres of land, improved with all good buildings, sttoated 2 miles from New Market. 16 acres of land, S miles from Frederick along the State Road. 28 acre s of land, improved with good buildings. Situated near New London. 14t acres of land, improved Â· with good farm buildings. Situated .near New London. 50 acres of land, improved with all good buildings. 5 miles' from Frederick, along the State Road. 18 acres of laud. sittmteS 2 miles front Lewistown along the State Road. - 169 acres of Jand, near Urbaua. Â· Store projerty consisting of a C-rttom boose with store adjoining. Situated in -Ltajanore. GRATSOX H. STALET. Real Estate. Insurance. Frederic*. 1M. six room, single Filth street. f!400 r Comparatively new 'honae town of PetersvIHe, contains hooae on oca _ OsUBGB. ^ *3SNWÂ» prle*i a* Jo pirpoaj tt fcadjaneujt. Moderate Btrrtee ^barge to dbcrUalnatlsf ueo pie who wish to pay .onj/ for wuat tfcer Mcerra. "Value fe- celved" Is the motto of oils establishment THOMAS P. BICE, FUNERAL, DIRBCTOR. 400 NORTH MARKET 8TBEE*. FREDERICK, MD. TELETHON BM. SMALL FARM FOR SALE. Farm of 15 ncros, best ot llruostone soil, located In best section of Frederick county, one und one-fourth miles from good town along; hard road. An Ideal poultry farm/Improved with an eight room frame ' house, steam heat and hath, splendid well water and large cistern, all necessary outbuildings. BulUllngg practically new. This proposition can be bought for less than It would coat to build the build- Ings. Farm of 240 acres improved with two sets ot buildings, two meadows, two springs. Located about 2 3-4 miles from Union Bridge along hard road. This 1$ an Ideal dairy faro, price right and terms easy. j For Poll Particulars Apply to W. N. JOLLIFPE, No. G West Church Street, Frederick, Maryland. Â·Pbona 849459. Jour x. OLABY, REAL ESTATE FOR SAEE. Two fine modern apartment houses, centrally located. Four modern six-room Brick homes E. Third street. In the eight rooms and is heated by l*ot air fur. nace. Fine 'front and rear porches Good stable, garage and henneries. WJTf S- 1ft Real -Estate, Loans 'and ' Insurance. 27 Court St., Frederick, Md. MAMCWOOD D. XUtft. . ^Â». 1 i _.--, . 1,,-. r -.,n.n .. 1.- - t. HARP. POR 18 ACHES-- S milaa from IrÂ«4ei1ek. .. Â°"*!Â»SÂ» Road. WÂ«H improved. 12 AORJE8 -- fraow ^ .30 ACRES-- ImprOT*d with C-fooAl tratee Jioui*. Btak barn. On* mil* ,, U M ACU8-- Good 14.500. fcoos*. Seven and eight-room modern, West Third street. Modern nine-room brick, E, Second". Nine-room brick, W. Patrick. Mod*rn six-room hrlck, W. Fourth. Two six-room brick, \Â»7. Fifth. Modern six-room brick! Trail Ave. SI* and rfveuf-rtoom modern suburban,-and large lots. Modern seven-room brick, suburban, early possession. Fine modern seven-room suburban, hardwood floors, garage. FARMS. 245 acres near Woqdsboro. 1*6 " near Woodaboro. 198 " near R. R. and State road. 104 " near R. R , and State road. 97 " near City, limestone road. *0 " near church and school. 35 " near R. R , and fUate road. Modern borne. 25 " near State road. 14 " Fine water. Opo-1 buildings. 11 " On State road. Â· 6 " near R. R.f and State road. WE WRITE ALL LINES OF9NSUR- ANCE REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. MARKELL H. NELSON. Manager, Real Estate Department 28 W. Patrick St. Frederick, Md. STAUFFBS. Â«0Â«d. S n -lard Â»ew bank bera, Bunata* water. TSeÂ»r rallroaO. .Â«Â· ACRES--Well Improved. . from railroad and kartf roao M ACRES--Well Improved. 14 . from state Road. Price S*.0tÂ«. 1*0 ACRES--Improred wltb brick bouse. All boildincs miles from Frederick. OB road. 128 ACRES--Improved with houae new bank barn. 4txs3 feet: all neceaaary outbulldlnsm IS Stares meadow land, t 1-j ndlea VMS railroad. ll.OOi. 140 ACRES--Good laarovameats. 14 mile from State Road. $K aez acre. 14Â» ACRBS--Improved wltb S-rooa bouse. Farm well watered, S nrtlts 14C ACRES--Â«edartÂ» borne. Â«oo bulldlasra. Tenant -ftenaa. 14 SaUe from railroad and pike. 14 ACRBS--Well improved, watered. Splendid dalr PrJoe|lSf_p*r acre. SlÂ» ACRES--WW! Wf Urod. Usys at.* Fine dairy lamL MAHJC"WOOD D. EtARP. Betale and la Prrtilan Castle Noah E. Cramer. John H. Stauffar. Jr REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND INSURANCE. M-pdern home In Adamstown. Bath, electric llg-hta. furnace, g^u-are Brick house. E 5th St.. for $12 | flne home with possession. Â· 5 wttages. Hraddock HeJcbt and store In ~ w , ' - Fine building- lots, Rosemont fÂ«? e bu8 i ne Â«Â« Â«"Â«Â· W. Patrick at. ??2' acre * mMn - B ** r F *lr Ground*. . siear Utlca lOlls. 200-acre farm, near ^ acrea, on State Road. p-acre farm, near Braddoek Hts. farm. Union BriaÂ«re. -?*l* cr Â« *Â»rm. near Lewtstown. Bulldtnfr lots. College Park, S^i**? s Â« b Â» rll eji bunding Jotsu Brick single honÂ»Â«. W. South St. . home. Elm St. Modern home. 4th St. pike. ta Fine farm. Harmony Grove. CRAMER * STAUTFBR. 11E. Chnwh St. GUY C. B06ER, InsorajÂ»e- A -NBW.TORK LIFE" BaiDOWMsMf Polky wlfl par yos a Income of 91M.W per nroatb tt are permaaeatly 4TsaMa or disease. It wfH also pay WO.OW.W to estate tt yÂ«i are nart byja and die wttbla sixty dayr. and ovt-tbe cost aad parUcalara ^f thin substantial Investment aad aro- tectlon with tbe old reliable "NJCW TORK LIFtr 19, St. SO. aad M i sr eadowBMHot. Toars tor 6. C.RO9ER, S REAX, ESTATE FAMtS AND CTTT PROPStTT ^^ - -- In strong coaipanlca. Snrecr Bonds la the larMf C pany la the Cnlted WatesT - ThÂ« TTPKfrRlTERS latfÂ«t on Jt "THE OPKRA- It haÂ» the by Â«TÂ«ry TrplM to a fnrÂ« Â»ttaiTiÂ«-l In a 1Â« a tvvela! Inn -n ^fÂ»-rr h,. ififjU tf.nch bÂ«-auÂ«Â«- it ^d to the tintu-Â»l rmi- " * to Â«*- fr-r ton. w : ,;JY ^ oa antiro- *1 "RIMING, ')N 'lorn* Â«anblnÂ«s aad Hbbons. caÂ«Â«, Â»t-*n R*at. Â»l*o c*r- B. ALBACOH. NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!
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