The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 1, 1939 · Page 11
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1939. NINE These Classified Ads Tell You How To Get What You Want When You Want It HERALD-MAIL INFORMATION All ads are restricted to thetr proper classifications and to the regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements should be reported immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Advertising ordered for irregular Insertion takes the one time rate. PHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken for less than a basi of three lines. Count six average •words to the line. The average word contains six letters. Daily rates per line for consecutive insertions: All Classified Advertising Is CASH- IN-AD VANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Rate One time ,... .10 per line Three times OS per line Six times OG per line Ads ordered for threo or six times and stopped before expiration will bo charged for only the number of times the ad appe'ars and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertising upon request. Careful attention given to small orders. WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department is situated at the Herald- Mail office. These offices are open to receive ndvertisements from S A. M. to S P. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear in edition Fame day and S P. M. will appear In edition following day. The Ad-taker will gladly assist you. if desired, so that the copy Tor your ad is prepared in such a manner as to bring the greatest results. Announcements Personals BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DELPHEY'S. 31 E. Franklin St. Phone 5. TAXI, 15c Anywhere in city. Phone 3097 AMBROSE TAXI Lost, Strayed, Found 10 LOST—Black and white Boston Bull Terrier. Answers to name "King." Reward, return 24 Wayside Ave. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements under the following- classifications are in-ranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 — Notices. 2 — In MemovlnuiTi. 3 — Card of Thanks. 4 — Flowers and Mourning- Goods. r. — Funeral Directors. r. — Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7 — Personals. 5 — Bowling Alleys. 0 — Societies and Lodges. 10 — Lost, Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE 11 — Automobiles for Sale. 32 — Autos for Hire. 12 A — Delivery Service. 13 — Battery and .Ignition Service. 14 — Body and Fender Work. Painting, Tops and Upholstery. 15 — Motorcycles and Bicycles. 1G — Repairing and Service Stations. 17 — Tires, Parts, Accessories. 17A — Wanted — Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE IS — Business Service Offered. H S A — Menu ty Par] o rs. 1SB — Barber Shops. ISC — Radio Repairing. USD — Welding 1 and Grazing. 30 — Building and Contracting. 20 — Cleaning. Dyeing, Renovating-. 21 — Dressmaking and Millinery. 22 — .Heating-, Plumbing, Roofing. 23 — 'Insurance and Surety Bond. 2 4 — Lau n d e r i n g. 25 — Moving, Trucking, Storage. 2T> — Painting. Papering, Decorating. 27 — Printing. Engraving. Binding:. 2S — Professional Service. 20 — Repairing and Rclinishingr. 20A — Piano Tuning and Repairing. 2') K— Shoe Repairing. ;. C — Harness ami Leather Goods. 3i/ — Tailoring and Pressing. 31 — Wanted — Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32 — Help Wanted — Female. :;::— Holp Wanted— Male. 34 — Help — Male and Female. 3fi — Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents. 3(5 — Situations Wanted — Female. 37 — Situations Wanted — Miale. FJ NANCJ AL 35 — Business Opportunities. 30 — Investments. Stocks. Bonds. 3 0 A — 1 n vo.s t m e n t s. 40 — Money to Loan. Mortgages. 41 — Wnntod— To Uuy. 4 1 A — Wanted — To Borrow. INSTRUCTION •42 — Cor respond once Courses. 43 — Local I list. ruction ('lasses. 41 — Musical. Dancing. Dramatics. •15 — Pri .Instruct inn. 45A — lust ruction — Male. 4 (i — Wanted — I instruction. LIVESTOCK 47 — Dogs. Cats, Other Pets. 4S — Horses, Cattle. Other Stock. 40 — Poultry and Supplies. M) — Wan tod — Livestock. MERCHANDISE 51 — Articles for Sale. 51 A — Barter and Exchange. 52 — Beats and Accessories. 53 — Building Materials. 4 — Business and ptlice Equipment. — Farm and Hairy Products. 15 — Feed and Fertilizer. (1A — Coal mid Wood. 7 — Good Things to Eat. 5 — 1 lomemado Things. ;i — | lonsfhold Good:s. i;o — Jewelry. Watches. Diamonds. (i 1 — Machinery and Tools. (!2 — Musical Mercha ndiso. t!2A — Radio Equipment. i!3 — Seeds, Plants. Flowers. C. I — Specials in the Stores. (!.". — W earing Appa rol. 6C — Wanted — To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67 — Rooms with Hoard. 88 — Rooms without, Hoard. fiO — Rooms for Housekeeping-. 70 — Vacation Places. 71 — Where to Eat. 72 — Where to Slop in Town. 73 — Wanted — Rooms or Board. .REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 71 — Apartments and Flats. 75 — Business Places for Rout. 7T, — Farms and Lands for Rent. 77 — Houses for Rent. 77A — Carages for Rout. 7S — Ollices and Desk Room. 70 — Shore and Mountain — For Rent. 50 — Suburban — For Rent. 51 — Wanted — To Rout. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Ti — Brokers Real Estate. 52 — Business Property for Sale. 53 — Farms and Lands for Palo. 54 — Honso.s for Sale. S4A — Garages for Sale. ,sr,_-T.ots for Sale. Si; — Shore, Mountain. Lake for Sale R7 — Suburban — For Sale. 55 — To Exchange — Real Estate. SO — Wanted— Real Estate. A V CT1 « '»NS — LEG AL HO — Auction Sales. GET what you want through a classified ad nnd bo satisfied. SAFETY FIRST A CERTIFIED CAR • 5 Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLEIGH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 BARGAIN 1935 CHEVROLET Master 2 dr. Sedan. Unusually clean, heater; has knee action, shock proof steering, vacuum fuel saver. - $116 Down, balance on easy terms. J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 210 E. Washington St. Phone SOI ADD TO SUMMER'S PLEASURE WITH A GOOD USED CAR These cars you'll be proud to own at prices that will make you proud of your investment. 1037 CHRYSLER Sedan. 1037 DODGE Sedan. 1037 PLYMOUTH Sedan. 1037 FORD Sedan, with Radio. 103ti DODGE Trg. Sed'n. with Radio Many Other Makes and Models to select from, $25.00 up Lowest Finance Rates in Town MARYLAND MOTOR CO.. Inc. "Distributors Chrysler & Plymouth" 5G-G2 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 1038 OLDSMOB1LE "G" 4 dr. Trunk Sedan. Dark green finish, whipcord upholstering-; has unisteel body, knee action, safety instrument unit with safety dash. Only ?2G5 Down, balance on easy terms. .1. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 210 E. Washington St. Phone SOI VACATION SPECIALS Be ready to Go Places and Enjoy Your Vacation in one of our "BUICK. SAFETY CONDITIONED" Used Cars. SELECT ONE OF THESE TODAY '."S RU.I.CK 41 Trg. Sedan. 37 BUICK 47 Trg. Sedan. '37 PONTJAC DeLuxe Coupe. '37 BUICK 07 Trg. Sedan. •37 BUICK SI Trg. Sedan. •37 FORD DeL. Trg. Coach. '37 DODGE B. Coupe. •35 CHEVROLET Std. Bus. Coupe. •34 PONT1AC Trg. Sedan. '34 FORD Bus. Coupe. These cars have been thoroughly SAFETY CONDITIONED T H E BUICK WAY in our own shop and are now ready to deliver to you The Thousands Of Miles Of Unused Transportation that are still in them. Liberal Trade Allowances and Financing Terms THE USED CAR MARKET • 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 The Thumma Motor Co. Buick Dealer 103G CHEVROLET Master 4 dr. Touring Sedan, new tires, turret top body, knee action, hydraulic brakes, completely reconditioned. Yours for only $150 Down, balance 011 easy terms. .1. S. "SNOWBERGER & SONS 210 E. Washington St. Phone SOI FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much ns 25% below market prices Phono 1135 BROWN'S PangbornBlvd. & Paper Mill Road ing Sedan. Beautiful black finish, completely reconditioned. radio. has knee action, safety glass, turret ' top body. Only $1SO Down, balance on easy terms. .1. s. SNOWB'ERGER & SONS 210 F,. Washington St. Phone SOI ill.'ill <>LI\SMOP,IL1C "U" -I dr. Touring Sedan, has only been used by onf of i be company otlicial.s. Will give new title and new car guarantee, ('an be ur'-ehnsed at a substantial savings. See R. A. Siiowl.orgcr. J. S. SNOWHKRGKR A- SONS 21'.' K Washington St. Thorn* SOI. IT'S SMART' TO P-E PREPARED Buy a < % :ir that, is Reeondit iotiecl lo meet, the exacting requirements that; summer demands. Each car carefully shop rheckod and road t.ested to delinit.e performance standards to insure you of unln- rnipted service. Trade in your present car for .a hotter one while our selection is good. The specials listed below are only few of t ho many line hargaiiis we •ire offering. Again: "It's Smart to be Prepared." Easiest Terms in Town 1933 CHEVROLET 1 Vi ton IT.9" W. .!>. stake truck, 10 ply tiros, dual axle, S spred (.ransmis- sioii. only run '_'.C)ii(i miles, cost new ?1.^5!». A P.argain ?S'.»5 103S CHEVROLET Master DcL. Sport Sedan. Lots of extras. Original tires, splendid condi- 1037 10 103S PONTIAC Sport Coupe. P.lack, nice condition ... $565 1035 CHEVROLET 1 Vi ton cab & chassis 131" W. B.. 10 ply t ires, perfect J57, r i FORK Fordor S'dan. black $375 FORD Tud'>r. P.lack, nice running condition 5305 TKR RAF LANE Town Sedan. Moallic finish. splendid shape . S405 1037 LA SALLE Sedan, black, clean upholstery, good tiros, median- i.-ally perfect JG05 103G LA SALLE Sport Coupe. A I'o.iutiful blue snappy car. in Perfect condition throughout $5 65 1036 CIIKVUOLKT Master He Luxe Sport Sedan, black, perfect ?375 FORD Tudor. Cray A roal clean car S205 1035 FOUD Sport Coupe. Black. A roal value $245 TRUCKS C1 HCVROLETS & FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HObFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 453 Look for the Biq- Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" 1037 1037 1037 1035 1034 1032 1031 1035 1034 1033 'ORI> •ORD 'ORD 'ORD 'ORD V)KI> 'ORD HEV HEY Plx. Coupe (Blue). I MX. Coach (Maroon). (60) Fordor (Blue). Coach (Black). Hlx. Coach ( Blue). Coupe (Bine). A Sedan. ROLKT C. £ C. fGreen). ROLET Pickup (Blue). C X: C. (Blue). nrdson Traotors AN AUTO COMPANY Sm jtlis-hnrir. Md Autos For Hire 12 ..WILL SLEEP.. WELL TONIGHT IN ROOMS THEY f OUND THROUGH ROOM AND BOARD ADS GRAHAM crSTOM—15c. lo\v ratOs. Kittyhawk. N. C., round trip ?3tl. 1,1 PA Pi. IT. .JOTTXSON. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 .\U'>T<iRCYC|,|-:s -- $50.00 and up"! Terms. Also trade-ins. Also oars! •I 1 '!: 1 ! 1 '-" O:<'.!'". sh 'T- ." : '°, AY- Frnklin _ Busmess Service Business Service Offered 18 JGLASS-~So]d and replaced in aiito~ obiles, mirrors, window glass ];\ss Shop, 11 X. I.oeiixt. Ph. 2t'i!>3W Radio Repairing 18-C , A RADIOSRl-:p.\Uil-:i> by factory "approved methods. Opon to 5:30 p. m TARHART BROS. JL^-L-YL .^ vn .?'vii 1 ". r n !L sT ^ F!io.'i° - •* s Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 i _....-- - - . ... .„- j TAXI-CAPS. TRI-CKS ANP TRTCK ! CARG-> i.xsrRANGE- i i See ns beforo buyincr. Ea-y p:\yiuenr pl;«r.. Can file i with I. <'. c and rlio Coin! TTiissioner "f Motor X'eiuclos j for any nnd ."<'i! sT;'itos. I ftT'TSON-HKT/KT'v AGF.XCY i T Sumnui Ave. I'hor.e li^S Business Service Repairing and Refinlshing 29 F. J. GACK—Heupholstering & re pairing- furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 3056, 2S E. Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 CHAUI-'FJGUJIS YVANTKD — Apply Ambrose's Taxi, rear 32 N. Potomac St. Phone 30!)7. WHITE ft-!?!, IS or over, for niprht work. Apply Schneider's Dclica- . t.ggge^'JLJJ'^.-E- AY!'- 15 ! 1 1"Ston^St; Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Good nearby Ra\v- leig-h Route now open. Sales \vay up this year. If willing- to conduct Home Service business while earning" good living 1 , write immediately. Rawleig-lvs, Dcpt. MDH-6G-45, Chester, Pa. SALESMEN—22 to ?.r, years old, to operate truck distribution. Established food products. Give full particulars first letter. Box 30 Herald. WANTED—An ambitious man between the age of 21. and 35 for established sales work. To represent Cn. in business for <S:j yrs. Apply Y. M. C. A. Jildg-. Wednesday, August 2 at 7:4." p. m. Ask for Mr. Myers. WANTED — Experienced cabinet maker. Apply Moller Organ Works. YOUNG—2 men, IS to 24, HJgrh S. Grad.. driving- experience. Free to travel. See Mrs. Ellis, 7 to 0 P. M., Hotel Patterson. Situations Wanted—Female If LICENSED Beautician wants work. Vogrue graduate. Call Waynesboro 30-.T. WIDOW wishes work as companion, mother's helper or housekeeper. Write Box 37 o-o Herald-Mail. Situation;. Wanted—Male 37 BOY, IS, wants work on farm by month. Experienced. 70 Madison Ave.. Citv. Financial BEHOLD THE CONCURRING HERO COMES! When we state that Want Ads are effective result getters- he concurs with our statement. And of course he wouldn't be much of a hero if he .didn't have the courage to try our Want Ads and find out all about them. Merchandise Articles tor Sale 51 RECONDITIONED STEEL PIPE, Valves & Fitting's. All Sizes. Lowest prices. We cut & thread to your specifications. Marvland Pipe & IMetals Corp 304 VV. Church St. Phone 1039 Business Opportunity 38 FOR SALE—Croc-cry Store Stock and Equipment. Good location. Going 1 business, $700. Storeroom rent at present location. $1.". J. P. Tvisecker. Waynesboro, Penna. 20G-20S E. WASHINGTON ST.—Centrally Jocated building 1 : show window, pras pumps: suitable for g-ar- a^e or other business. Low rental. Apply 122 S. Mulberry St. Phone 235S-R. Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 A SAFE and satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $250,000 available, low rates. long 1 terms. L. S. Spang-lcr Agcy.. 2nd Fl. Sue 1 Na.fl Bank Blclp. MONEY to loan on first inortprag-c. S%. Geo. D. [licks. Hag-erstown Trust Bids;. Phone 301 S. IMCHARDSON and Boynton hot air furnace. Pipes to each room. Also kitchen ran g:e. Reasonable. 42C Summit Ave. REBUILT & NEW ELECTRIC MOTORS of all sizes & accessories. Desk & exhaust fans, electric pumps, etc., motor parts & repairing-. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO., Md. Ave. Phone 146. USED Brick, lumber, doors and windows, furnace, slate, at Potomac Ave. Elevator and Station. H. M. Mullondore. Phone 1336. Boats and Accessories 52 FOR SALE—Boat, 14 ft., with light twin outboard motor, 4.2 H. P.. in excellent condition; suitable for pleasure or fishing. Cheap to quick buvr-r. 'Bob's Caff. 2:'.1 W. Franklin Farm and Dairy Products MONEY TO LOAN—On good first mortgages. 5%. EL P. Hartman IS N. Jonathan St. PEACHKS—All earlv varieties. Start July 31. W. D. Weaver. Line Mt. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE. 26 N. Potomac St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-5-6 Second Natl. Bank Bldg. Till-: TYPK ol' Mortprnpro you sitfn Is as important as i!u: house voti buy. First Fodonil Saving's it I.nun Assn. :»:! N. .luiKit.han Si. Tel. lni.ll % MONEY for first mortgages. H. T. Brewer. T. C. Lindsoy. 1M4-15 2nfl Natl. Bank P.ldg. Ph. 24SI. Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pet* 47 BOSTON .HULL Terrier, registered: reasonable. Apply 737 W. \Yash- Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 HORSES—All ages. J. R. Palmer. Mt.. Etna Rnnd. PIGS FOR SALE at Gerald Poffen- b«=M'tjfrj«, I la(;vrsti'\vn. K«nuc N". -. Coal and Wood __ COAL — COKE — WOOD High Quality Plus Good Service LEISTER COAL CO. Phone 778 CD W. Lee St. "We Make-It Hot For You" DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear 3:i W. Antietam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocaliontas Run Mine Phone HOO-'.iOl LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL Buckwheat, ?r>.25; Pea. S7.00: Nut, ?S.OO; Stove. $7.75; Egg. $7.25: Special Furnace. 55.75. (Hard-coal, 25c per ton discount in truck loads, cash on delivery onlv). POCAHON'TAS "OIL" TREATED" Pea, SG.OO: Nut, SG.25: Stove. S7.00. BITUMINOUS Penn. Lump. S6.50; Mine Run. $5.00: Truck Loads, $4.L'f>. PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComas St. Phone 2036 GUARANTEE!!? 100% RED ASH Stove or nut, ST.Tii. Funuiee. $."-.7." loads. Lykt-ns Valley Coal. -1.7 S. Potnniar. Phone 112:*. C. P.urs-ess. X!•:\V APP~LES^50c bu~ Tree" run. Martin Storage. Mlddlcburg Pike. (>pen evenings Phone '10".SF12. Poultry and Supplies CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall .Hatchery, Memorial Blvd., 1C. Phone 'JOIU. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone SOC. UP TO DAT"!-:: sliTnuYiry I ¥ ou I try feeders and fountains. All sizes. HOWARD'S, 7 K. Palto. Pt. Ph. SOC.. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 RegJJistate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 Sl'NSKT AVK .!07 — FurnishM apa.rt.meut, monern: also :', room apartment; private bath: ",', K. Baltimore St. Apply (JUT Snns'H Ave. U J LLI AMSf'ORT— Z new modern 1st tloor apa rcnieii! s. 4 large rooms, baih. garage, large front pnrrh _L T :L 1 ±_J^' t '' m .?''O S J1M>"- 1>h - - Gn 5 ROOMS sec. iloor 71 M~AntJe"ta"ni St. Steam lu-nt., linipheil floors; hot water year around. 1.. D. Board. Jj^NorUt Ave. 3 ROOMS, kitchenette & bath; in- sulat.ed, new. modern conveniences Apply 11' King St. 43 S. PROSPECT — Furnished 3 rooms, private bath. Washington Square—5 room apt. Call Mrs. H. L. K'nnislov. 1524. Business P'aces for Rent 75 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. Classified Display Public Sale Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT—House, lawn, garden, hot water heat. bath. Du;ii highway B mi IPS from H.-igerstown. Possession Sept. 3st. Phone 1372 or 137 W. Washington St. HOUSES—110 Guiiford Ave.. 376 S. Cannon, Chew.sville Pike. GROH REALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av LOCUST ST.-X.-53'J—G room brick, all modern conveniences. Possession Sept. L Phone -760. OAK HILL—Single home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, porches. vapor heat, double garage. Immediate possession. Phone 40SSF3. 1-10 S. MULP.E7IRY — Comfortable. cool room with porch; conveni- jjMices. 1'se _o_C_p_ h_. _ < \ e nj 1 em an pi'ff. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 FURNISHED •; rooms and bath: must he seen to be appreciated. Garage, janitor service; 655 S. Potomac. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms; all conveniences. MULBERRY ST.-S.-4fi—2 rooms for housekeeping 1 . $2 and $2.50 pcr week. NICELY furnished apartment. No children. Apply aCter 5:30. G02 Sunset Avenue. POTOMAC ST.-S.-3.2ti — Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. NcAvly papered & palmed. Under new management. Apply same. . POTOMAC ST.-201 housekeeping 1 rooms, i'lilii- s - _-'M ) I 1 -^. -0-L ^- 2 furnished all con vs. : Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 APARTMENT—2-IU Summit Ave., 1st tlu'tr; '.} newly decorated rooms and b:ith. nc\v hard \vood. hot water, ;i.u tuinatio heat, janitor service; adults. Phone f.2P-R. A ISLINGTON—143 East Autiijtam. 5 rooms. 2nd lloor. east. Jtot'cr- ences. 112 .Broadway. Ph. 5GSR. APTS.—S. 21 & 2-10 E. Wash. St.. 22 N. Potomac, 1", W. Antietam. GRO1-I REALTY CO.. 1", Summit Av APARTMENT—-1 rooms and hath; all conveniences. Apply 25 North Avenue. ALL MODERN—;> rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator, 23-60 E. Washington St. Call 133S-R. APARTMENT—105 East Antietam St., 2 rooms, dinette, kitchenette and bath 1st floor. Poss. at once. Apply P.lue Tavern, 23 N Locust St. Household Goods Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 ATTENTION KAUMKRS — New & used pipe it tittings for oo\v stanchions. Pipe out «t threaded to specifications. 11 AC, KUSTOWN KQUIPMEXT CO., Md. Ave. Ph. 14C, 59 .\I<I|>I.;L lvS-70-37 Kolvinator El.-e- trio Refrigerator. Fully K'uaran- teod. W:is ?217.00. Nu\v ?1,".:'.MI. P.OH M AN-\VA 11N K. 1 nc. Phone s:, :',:, \V. Franklin St. PKP.L1C SALE—llous.'hold ,<,-. kitchen furniture, Saturday, rah. one o'clock, 12-10 Pope Ave., Hag- •M-stnwn. Md. L. A. Shipley. A Westing-house Motor—TVi H. P., 110 or 230 single phase. A-l con- ditiori^ Pho_n»j_£3Sl»\V. AUTOM AT! C~K : a~s~w:U~e r heater, 'good condition. Reasonable, ."•:' ICast Ave. Phone '-'.n.l. UAN1> P.OX double cleaning unit. Cost. ?_10(t; will sacrifice for $3(10 cash. Good running order. Can be seen in operation at. Individual Laundry. il."« S. Potomac St. PF.SKS, chairs, tiles, safes, counter scales, mrat cases, coffee grinder, meat grinder »<: block, etc. Good used equipment at a savings. HAGERSTOWN KQU IPMF.NT CO.. Maryland Ave. Phono lid. E"l7ECTRJC~.M'6TORS & Parts —New •t used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or type. Greenw.ik ICloctric Co. Phone 397. FOR SALK—Used electric refriu'era- tor, Isj. class condition. S.'pti. Montgomery Ward, 1 lagerstowu. FOR SA O-:-~R e"iV« • s s'e s s e < i "electric milk cooler, -I can sir.e. Will .sell for unpaid balance, S12P. Mont- goniery Ward. Hagerstowji. FOI t S A L"E~^~ Fine old faoed"hTiTe limestone in old building, thirteen miles from town on good highway. Write Box 31> Her.-ild-O.Unl. o r ; i~ip~F A\VN^~c'oTin ~F" n. AH o Sax. portable typewriters, cameras. largest nssori ment of unredeemed ritles & shotcun:; in th'-- stale. Har- rvj<_ T.iXin ("Mliee. J".', N. Jonathan St. THERE'S NO WASTK when TOU go out for results armed with classified ads. Every one of these ads hits the mark, for they are BO arranged that all Intercstr-d readers seek them out each <3«.T. PUIVATK SALE — Antiques, including Mahogany. Walnut and Chorry Tables. Chairs, dishes. Class Ware. other Household otTocts. August 3rd and 4th. Reno Stouffer. P.enc- voln. Md., on Route -10. SPECIAL pRlt'ES on Inner Spring Mattresses. Forsyth Storage. Mill! St. Phono S4!i.T. Open evenings. WASH INC? machines repaired, parts] & wringer rolls, .lories Appli. Ser- i vice. 24 Summit Ave. ?hone24. | APTS.—-42 East Ave., newly retin- ishcd, :"> rooms, Frigidaire. garage; G'l'/j W. Franklin St.. modern. J> rooms & bath. Phone 203-W. rooms & bath, "nd floor, modern In every respect. S35. Phono 5-sr>. FlACTiK~LCM-r~-\ ]~A 1 rrM~KNT ~-~~ Ftn~ nished, private entrance. Apply 203 South Prospect St. COFFMAN A YE.-12—1 rooms, private bath and garage. $25.00. Phono 22 16-.1-2. I USED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living room suites, dinlns: room suites. bedroom suites, stoves. heaters, washers, radios, combination coal it gas range, etc. lie- fore buying see \vhni we have to • >tTer. Terms if desired. MEYERS \- HKHKSON. Inc. 41 it 43 w. Franklin St. Opposite New l*ost OlT'ioe I J Specials in the Stores 64 1-;.\ST AYE.-1.02—1 rooms, uh> l>alh, showor, vonotian blinds. All new. Apply -1SS Potomac Avo. FKEL>Ki;iCK ST.-2.",5—.", ro ly jiaporod, insulated, automatic heat, u'arago. Miss Kaplan. i~i A ^i i LTO"N" ~i -u7\" ix ^i i o s—2iiTi~ iYoor". 3 rooms. bat7i. Jiardwood. gas range. 2 private entrances. Apply same 1st lloor. ITATTl'LTON KLYD^m"3"—'5"" ro"o"m apartment. 1st Hoor. Apply Mrs. Ruben. 113." Hamilton Hlvd. MlTAlTffy 1' A I fhfwi.CY^^G roonTsT near Jligh School, nowly doc-oraied. No small children. Phono S'.'G. T;' L! .:"!•:" i c" i: V"~ s T~ sT2 "i ~—~'2i ui TiTiT^r apart inont 3 rooms, b-th, sieeping porch. Apply same. NEW Apartment. 113 S. Mulberry St. 3 rooiiis and bath, automatic hot ^v:l^^•l• ami heat with garage or^withou;. Apply 100 S. Mulh.-rry. OAK 11 ILL-704 — 5 rooms. hat!\ screened porch, hardwood iloor. insulati'-d , coiling, refrigerator, oil hoat. Call 1601 or 105-L OAK H1L1.J—Nice G or S room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awning's, porches, hot water heat, garage. Immediate possession. Telephone IOC. POTOMAC ST.-N.--IOO Blook—S room brick, newly decorated; modern bath with shower. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd National Bank Bid ST. Phone 24S1. SUMMIT AVE. and Memorial p.lvd. Single 7 room house, vapor heat, ("i a rage. Phone- l*'>7Ti. Shore and Mountain—For Rent 79 FURNISHED COTTAGE near park. Shaded grove. Mrs. G. W. Myers. Woodland Cottage. Pnn Afar. Pa. Wanted—To Rent S1 'WANTED — Small unfurnished apartment. Preferably North End. Write Box "S. c-o Herald-Mail. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For Sale 83 DAIRY FARM.— "Cr-ade A," electric equipment, new brick house. A. L. Xahn. Phone 2'l.'.SR or 105SW. FARM'S EXCHANC ED— Desirable fnrms in exchange for good, improved city property. S. W. Sowers, Agt., Arcade IJldg. Establish IS','4. 40 A., ample buildings, electricity. running watm-. S2GOO. D. M. Ridenour, Smithsburg. : CT— 122 A. One' of most ])roductivu it best improved farms in Washington county. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd Natl. I'.ank P.ldg Phone 24S1. Houses For Sale 84 CLEVELAND AYE.—Modern 5 room: built-in tub; hot water heat: garage and chicken house. Call 2518R. FOR SAL!:: — Fruit .t berry farm. 1500 'peach trees. 50 apples. l.'.OOd berry plants, red it black: 1000 strawberry plants it pears. Good truck land, large chicken house <t yard. Never failing spring 1 , good buildings. Citv convenience. Write J^ux_ j 3o_._n_eralJ-Mail. _ HALF\yAY--2 family dwelling, good condition, always rented. Loans. Ins.. Reiitnl, P.onding. John L. Swain Agency. 11 ( 1 1 1. LAND v\Y — cunug w\ cond.. ti rms., modern, garage. Dwnor left town, sacrifice. *3iJ Cui!t"i>rd Ave.— Bun ga low. "• rms.. furnace and garage. 52450. Terms. Farm 14 acres near Ring-gold. brick and frame dwl., bank barn, variety choice fruit, low price. I1OLC terms. N. ]J. Rowe 26 N. Potomac St. NO j-ifTF EN' L>^$T:^~bu7 ; s r ir7io 1 ul.ri c brick, all conveniences, good rental invcstmont. Must bo sold quick. Strole Realty Co.. Arcade Kldcr. NICAR TOWN — G room house, 2 acres, city water, small down payment. balance as rent. .Joh'n 1C. Taylor A gy . 2nd Nat/1 J.-'.l d g. Ph. S3S SIX room fr;ime house, garage and shop for $1700. Potomac Realty Co.. 10G^Gnce_P.ldg. _ Phone 2!'3. TWO desirable homes in excellent locations: (1) six room brick hoTts-e. i-.; acre of ground, Virginia Avenue. OUT ire- property in lino condition, $5500. This price ineind- • •s large brick buiidi::g 30x40 in rear of above property. (2) seven room brick house. North Mulberry Street, hardwood 1'oors 0:1 first Jl'ior, brand ziov.' stva?n heating: plant, .S5COU. W. MURRAY BAECHTF.L Agency 2nd National Uank iiliii;. Of Tract of Land with improvements, situate in Williamsport District.. Washington County, Maryland, . TUESDAY, AUGUST STli. 1030. By virtue of a power of sale contained in a mortgage dated March 17. 1DUO, and recorded in Liber No. 1S5, folio I'i'l, one of the Land Records of Washington County, Maryland, from Ernest Waiter Hoffman, et ux, to Harry K. Powles, Trustee in Equity Cause No. 7.011 in the Circuit Court for Washington County, .Maryland, default having been made in the payment of the mortgage- debt, and interest thereon, and in the covenants in said mortg-age contained, the undersigned duly appointed substitute trustees in the aforesaid Equity Cause, by virtue of an order o! the Circuit Court for Washington County, in Equity, passed and filed therein .Inly 21. 11)37. will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Ilagerstown. Marvland, on TUESDAY, AUGUST S, 1030 all that tract or parcel of land, together with the improvements thereon, situate in Election District No. 2, in Washington County, Maryland, and for the outlines thereof beginning' at the downstream corner of the old abutment of the bridge that crosses the Cono- cochcague Creek on the road leading from Williamsport to Byron's Tannery and running thence with the safd Creek. South 24 degrees West 3.'.ft feet. South 20•".',. degrees West 132 feet. South 47 3 /l; degrees West icr> feet, South 63% degrees West 132 feet. South SI degrees West 132 feet. North S5 degrees West 1S1.3 feet. North 77 Vi degrees West 52S feet: thence leaving the Creek and running up a ravine North 18^ degrees West 5G1 feet to the East marginal line of Fenton Avenue; thence with said Fenton Avenue. North CIVj degrees East 300 feet to the corner of an alley, and with said alley. South 2S degrees East 172 foot. North GIVt degrees East 825 feet to the road leading from Williamsport to ^lear- spring, and with said roau. South 43 degrees East 570 feet to the beginning, containing 20.3 acres of land, more or less: and being the same property which was conveyed to the said Ernest Walter Hoffman, by deed from Susan E. Hoffman, dated March 2. t'i'21. and recorded in Liber No. 1"0. folio 401. another of said Land Records. The improvements consist of a large brick and stucco dwelling house, barn and outbuildings, and is a very desirable property for residence or investment purposes. TI-;RMS OF SALE: ono-haif cash on the day of sale. <->r the ratification thereof by the Court, the balance in one year from the day of sale, with interest from the day of sale, and to be secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. Trustees; or all cash at the option of the purchaser. A cash deposit of ?350.00 will be required on the tlav of sale. LOTTIE R. EMMF.RT. JOHN 71. POWLES. Substituted Trustees In No. 7.'.Ul Equity. Scott M. WoKlnger, Atty. Co]. Jos. C. Snyde r . Aiict. PUBLIC .MEATS—For a delicious steak, chops or ro.'ist, call !C'L'. N'eal R. __I_)orsi'y- 21'v F.. Franklin St. Wante to Buy 66 TLMOTH V I lay wanted. Cash at the barn. S. \- '/.. Co., 1334 Forbes St., Pittsburgh. Pa. __ Rooms and Board Rooms With Board wli"S"f~S fl-> K AVl-".-C-2—Room and board with private family. Garage. Phono IrtOS-.M. Rooms Without Board OAK 111 1.1, AVH. —-i & G room apartments, 1st & 2nd lloor; newly decorated. Recreation & Inunrlrv rooms. Phone 256-1 or 2221-M. PRIVATE—New: :: "Yo'nmT "bath. apt" -'!!<! lloor, 1' larvae eloseis, attic. Cabinet gas range. Woa; herstrip- ped. Automatic hot water all year. Automatic- stoker—! vour own hoat. Floors hardwood finish. Concrete garage; $27.50 month. Apply after 7 p. m. at 11 W. I'.lv home is priced low at S.'il.'."' 11 . I: OF DKSI RABLE RESIDF.NCH PROPERTY ON UliOWN AVENUE, HAGERSTO\VN. By virtuo of a power of sale con mined in a mortgage dated April 1, lini. and recorder! in Liber 13">, Folio •»1'S. of the Washington County Land Records, default having occurred in the covenants or said mortgage, the undersigned Assignee will sell at public sale on TUESDAY. AUGUST L".. i:>3!». between tlie hours of one and t.liree o'clock p. m.. in front of the Court House iri Hagerstown. .Maryland, all that parcel of ground siuuue in Hagurstown, Maryland. and fronting 1U<> feet on t.he north side of P.rown Avenue and extending back therefrom with uniform width in a northerly direction liiO feet, more or less, being Lots Nos. .'> and (.' oil the Plat of "Brown's Second Addi'ion to Hagerstown" as recorded ia Plat. Record No. 1. l-'olio i!-l. being tin; .•••:i.:ne property r.onvey- <-d to Ail'.ori E. Hakc-r 'frotr. Thompson A. l.ruwn, ;;::rn;'rricd. by dr:i,":J (ia.:..--d .>!.-,:-<-;:; .!]. U'll. r.ud recorded i:i i,i!i>'r I ;'..">. l-'olii.i tJDS. This pr'.ipt-r'.y is nr,;.'rovi- ; d by a f.vo-story single brji-l with .'-I; 1 .;-" roof No. ,".21! I'rowti Avenue six rooins. l.n'h. :I:M! ?\\ ; ve:: ii'!;CfS, Possession upon c:jip.]ilia:ice;i: i. TKR.MS OF SAL! On da%' of ^;lle .•; Q ossified DiSID I ay Notices ; !:en.M >! ny i U"--' ' '"*' ance in (.ir.e year *a!o \\-ith int-jreyt be secured by thf> c'naser with appr«. .-ill .-;i«h ::r !/;e or .•l<;j<.-.;- V .^'JOO Oil rauti'-'atii*" MlH of sal'- 1 . :—One half th". rati Jicat. ion :•;. ;.ir..l Uv bal- roni the day of -.-red payment to io:e .>:" The j)ur- eil .security, or ion '•>"' :h' i pt:r- :>.sh (ieit^sit Avil! MI Me al TRANSFE R Me :gT'.» P.R( >Al.)WA\"-L':t -- Well furnishod bedroom. Gent bMnan. Private family. Phone \ ]'.<-.}. \ " " ' "" i Kl'RNlSHKP i-ooin: reasonable: -tOSl Guilfor.l Ave. Phont> 3i'3:>-.l. i XICICLY furnished bedroom, hot .t j cold water in room; use of phone! and carafe. ,V>0 Ave. | PP.OSPi-:CT ST.-S. — Modern furnished or unfurnished apartment. Apply Mrs. K. K. !•:>•.••:-!>-. 'J1D S. Pro.-Ii.-ct St. Phone : % .70-M. SI'MM IT A yi-:.-Ti»:i-.'-l-'urnis!iT'd" :fa ji~d :- rn;s. \vi;i; elec. ri-f r;••.era ; i«n « 'ail at :il...\ -• ..r N. V!. !?p.\\ .... -ji', .\ P.-lonuic St. Sl'.MMlT AVK. -133—t-.". rooms? Cool and modern. Hardwood floors. Fireplace. Automatic heat. Central. SUMMIT AYK.-1 si — 1st "floor.' f«re~- place. I'.nnlwoou. rat;go. bot water, par. 4'2'J Summit Ave. Ph. ll'3.")W'. !•! W. CHTRCii ST. FRIDAY KVENIN-;. At'Gl'ST 4 .\pplicat ior-.s t\>r transfer of AI- i-'ihoii(- Heve-ra 1 -;'!.: !ice;:s.-s }'.ave bi.-ev, received as follows; CLAj^S !: (ON SALE) ML'L'K ANI> Lli.illT W1NI-: Transfer from R. A. Shoemaker to C. A. I'.ahiman. Gati-way I::::., R. CLASS P. <(>N SAL!-:) P.KKR Titinsfer from W. li. Mi:i:;i,ii m Robert l.>. X.el'.evs. Pleasant Vi,M\- ,.. Camp R. }•'. I'. •!. Haters;,,w:-. Li^nb Noti.-o is h-r..|.y uiv,.-:: ;,, pro- ^ :''*'_• *••-'.'•'"•''•'• ..---.=;-.- ,o>:a!;t.s and applicants t'ria: Iv.-ar- l.'igs on tin" a!)..v.. a v [>! ii-a : :• 'i;s w:i! be' he'.d a- •{«} S-'-.-i-rid Nati'-aa! A i'S!-:i> CAR Is rr.osl easily c-h',-«•- Bank P.ldc.. Hj'.n.-'fstow::, at 10:*M' ea after ccry.Tiririnp all thos* ofTert-d A. M.. .\';^-::st. ilth. Iv:'.' 1 . iti the Classified Section "Autos For P.<>.\Ri> ''I-' Lici-:xsr: r-OMMTS- > Sale." C-ilumn. SIONI-:RS f.>r WASHINC.- ; TON COT'NTY. ' ! \ i r K * \L m ^ i :riai No. G:,':53"i'fr;,'.\i 0t ,;^' v'," 't •3'J. This car has ',, r *- r/airt -,Vl good condition '.hruout. To be sold to sa:!sfv a lie- c ! -- r storage, repairs a'rul other '"a sriorl of more th'a'rV'30 f'av^^ : ° : TERMS: Cash, r-lomovfi 'at o«. HAXEL K. HART \ig-A j-Taju g o^y. _&_F,-^ui er_Wo r i PUIBLIC "SALE At late of B. F ^"o"-i:r S. Alain St., rimithKburrr. Md.~ All household furniture, dish<- s cooking utensils, stoves iron ket- Vi^rV c /> r P enr - er -r>f<\?, garden" tools. 24 Italian bees. 1 Overland car an- Mques. other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH. N. PEARL FIERY, A. AL-U-JKL BIKLK. J. HARRY YOUNG. Administrators. Aiiot.: R. W. Eiffenbrode. OF VALUABLE IMPROVED RE*L ESTATE SITUATE NEAR THE PUBLIC SQUARE IN HAG- " E RSTO WN. MARYLAND By virtue of a power of sale con-' tained in the Last Will and Testament of Nannie A. Witzenbacher '. late of Washington County. State ; ot Maryland, deceased, which said will is now of record in the office of the Register of Wills o f saicT Washington Count-/ in Will Book- Liber IS, Folio 344. I. Leven Stone-.. braker, Executor in said will- named, will offer at public sale in. front of the Court House in Hag-- orstown. Maryland, between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 o'clock P M on TUESDAY. AUGUST 15. 1939 all that lot or parcel or ground, together with the improvements thereon, situate on the north side of East Washington Street in Hag- er.str.wn. Maryland and more particularly described as follows: Beginning- at the intersection of the 'north marginal line of said East Washing-ton Street with the west marginal line of a 12 foot public Alley that is located 240 feet east of and parallel to North Potomac Street and running: thence along- the north margin of said East Washington Street in a southwesterly direction, a distance of thirty- nine (30) feet, more or less, then leaving said East Washington Street and running in a northeasterly direction in a line parallel to the west margin of the aforesaiJl public Alley, a distance of eig-hty- two (S2) feet, more or less. Thence in a southeasterly direction in a line parallel to the north marginal line of -said East Washington Street •A distance of thirty-nine (30) feet. more or loss, to the west marginal line of the aforesaid public Alley. thence with the margin of said Allf-y in a southwesterly direction a. distance of eighty-two (S2) l>et more or less, to the r.jce of beginning. being th-e southeastern portion of lot No. 12 as the same is shown and indicated on the plan of Hagerstown. Mary land.- .and being the same property which was conveyed by Catherine Witzenbach- er to Mary K. Witzenbacher and Nannie A. Witzenbacher by doed recorded among the Land Records of said "Washington County, in Liber 12S. Folio 307. The absolute title of -which became vested in the said Nannie A. Witzenbacher, she being the survivor of the two joint tenants" grantees in the aforementioned deed. The improvements consist of a large and commodious brick dwelling house, the same being presently known as Nos. IS and 20 East Washington Street, containing: five room., and hallway on the first floor, five rooms, bath and hallway on the second floor, equipped with steam heating plant and automatic gas water heater disconnected from the hereinbefore described improvements. but constituting a wing to the same is a large brick building with entrance from Alley. This property by reason of its central location and character of improvements affords an unusual opportunity either for the acquisition of a large, commodious dwelling or the development of an attractive business site. The right is reserved to remove from said property within two wooks after the ratification of sale. coal stored in cellar. Upon application to undersigned. property will be shown to prospective purchasers. VERMS OF SALE: One-half cash on day of sale or the ratification thereof by the Orphans' Court of Washington County, balance in one year from day of sale with interest from day of sale, the deferred payment to be secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned or all cash at the option of the" purchaser: ;, eush. dep-sit of 5500 will be required of purchaser or. day r.f sale. 1 oed -,f convey.'inr^ to b« made i;por> payment of tho who> of the pur- LKYIN STONKP.RAKER. p:.vec:iror o;' vhe T.a^r TVii; and Testarneri of Nannie A. Wi: bacher. 'ieceascd. .T^y^tVh ^. finydt'i-. Aucti^p^er. AN AD IN TIMTR. often save." more than nine days of waiting. Classified ids brir.jr quick rcsv.lta. Merchandise Reconditioned ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS .I cu. 11. Frigidaire 549 H cc. ft. Fri^idaire 69 b c::. ft. WurJitzer T9 6 cu. ft. General Klecrric .. S3 Terrr.s as low as $4.75 monthly Open by Appointment SHOCKKY FURNITURE CO, :S-30 Sr.nv.iiit Ave. Phone 1203 OH. DIANA! Double Trouble . jA\Vi\'. Y£ It MOW YQ££ D.4/2TS& AND U/H/C £f ^ 'H!CH£V£& ~\J ~OV/ MANY 77A', -. _ -JT/.O' D/ANY \ Mi/fr / IZEPEA: , P!dCS f YZ'LL HEV \M1Z.SEAVEiZ, 1 DON 1 T' f=/<SHT HIT Our]INTEND TO ItAfclZY If OU/L-EY£ ^~^~ < - °£ '%&%& \ PEV/TH.IL PKOUTY ) .pp^pJV , -p-^ —. / '^v'\ .'.',.. 3l YO'CS KAZ1N' Hir JtST '£* OK H'='LL FlOrl cur WUTH BOTH

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