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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 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 their proper classifications and to tht, regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements should be reported immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsibl, 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 basis cf 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-ADVANCE ; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ; HATES Cash Rate On« time 10 per line Three times . .OS per line Six times 06 per line Ads ordered for three or six times jft,nd stopped before expiration will be charged for only the number of times the ad appears 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 advertisements from S A. M. to S P. M. daily. All ads received up until, 11 A. M. will appear in edition same day and 8 P. M. will appear In edition following day. The Ad-taker will gladly assist you, if desired, so that the copy for your ad is prepared in such a man- ricr as to bring the greatest results. CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements under the following classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4 —Flowers and- Mourning Good*. R—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7—Personals. S—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost, Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE 11—Automobiles for Sale. 12—Autos for Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. 13-—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work. Painting. Tops and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires, Parts. Accessories. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 18B—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 1SD—Welding and Brazing, ID—Building and Contracting. 20—Cleaning. Dyeing, .Renovating 1 . 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating, Plumbing. Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 2 4—Lau n d or i n g. Ef.—Moving. Trucking. Storage. 2t>—Painting. Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing. Engraving. Binding. CS—Professional Service. 129—Repairing and KoHnishlng. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 21'B—Shoe Repairing. 2!'C—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. Bl—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—Female. 83—Help Wanted—Male. 3-4—Help—Male :i.nd Female. IS—Solicitors, Canvassers. Agents. we- UJflHTflDS sooneR • 36—Situations Wanted—Female. 37—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 3S—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments, Stocks, Bonds. 39 A—Investments. •10—Money to Loan, Mortgagees. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. .INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 43—Local Instruction Classes. 4-1—Musical. Dancing, Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 4~>A —Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats, Other Pets. 48—Horses, Cattle, Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 50—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 51—Articles for Sale. 51 A-—Barter and Exchange. G2—Boats and Accessories. Ho—Building Materials. 54—Business and Office Equipment. 55—Farm and Dairy Products. 56—Feed and Fertilizer. 56A—Coal and Wood. ">7—Good Thing's to Eat. 58—Homemade Things. 53—Household Goodo. fiO—Jewelry, Watches. Diamonds, (il—Machinery and Tools. G2—Musical Merchandise. (>2A—Radio Equipment. G3—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. 64—Specials in the Stores. S5—Wearing: Apparel. U6—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board. 68—Rooms without Board. 69—Rooms for Housekeeping'. 70—Vacation Places. 71—Where to Eat. 72—Where to Stop in Town. 73—Wanted—Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 74—Apartments and Flats. 75—Business Places for Rent. 76—Farms and Lands for Rent. 77—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Rent. 7S—Offices and Desk Room. 7fi—Shore and Mountain—For Rent. SO—Suburban—For Rent. SI—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE R—Brokers Real Estate. 82—Business Property for Sale. 8'.'!—Farms and Lands for Sale. 84—Houses for Sale. S4A—Garages for Sale. 8f.—Lots for Sale. 86—Shore, Mountain. Lake for Sale. 87—Suburban—For Sale. SS—To Exchange—Real Estate. S9—Wantccl—Real Estate. AUCTIONS—LEGAL 00—Auction Sales. !'>1—Legal Notices. Announcements Personals BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DELPHEY'S. 31 E. Franklin St. . Phono 5. MEN!—Feel younger. Pep up today. Put vigor in that "Old at 40", rundown body with Ostrex Tonic Tab- lots. $1.00* size, special today SPc. If not delighted, maker refunds this price. Call, write Rudy Rexall Pharmacy. TAXI. 15 c Anywhere in city. Phone 3097 A MB R QSETA XT Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 1!|32 BU1CK Sedan. Good condition. Cheap to right party. Apply 396 North Prospect. ADD TO SUMMER'S PLEASURE WITH A GOOD USED CAR These ears you'll be proud to own ».t prices that will make you proud if your investment. 1'.ir,7 CHRYSLER Sedan. !7 POPOK Horlan. I!i37 PLY .MOUTH Sedan. r.O,7 FORD Sedan, with Radio. 1!»:»6 DODGE Trg. Sed'n. with Radio Many Other Makes :vnd Models to select from. $25.00 ui» Lowest Finance Rates in Town MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 'Distributors Chrysler & Plymouth" r.r,-r>2 \V. Franklin St. Phone 2500 FOlt HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much ns 25% below market prices Phono 1135 BROWN'S Pangborn Blvd. & Paper Mill Road VACATION SPECIALS Be ready to Go Places and Enjoy Your Vacation in one of our /lCK. SAFETY CONDITIONED" Used Cars. SELECT ONE OF THESE TODAY !X nnii'-IC 41 Trg. Sod.-in. 37 BU1CK 47 Trg. Sedan. PONT.1AC DcLuxc Coup*. RUlfMv 67 Trg. Sedan. BU1CK SI Trg. Sedan. FOlin DoL. Trg. Coach. 37 DODGE B. Coupe. 5 'C!-IK VIvOLET Std. Bus. Coune. 4 PONTIAC Trg. Sedan. 34 FORD Bus. Coupe. Those cars have been thoroughly SAFETY CONDITIONED THE UICK WAY in our own shop and are now ready to deliver to you CMio Thousands Of Miles Of Unused Transportation that aro still In horn. Liberal Trade Allowances and Financing Terms THE USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phono 2206 Tho Thumma Motor Co. 1'uick Dealer !i:;7 FoRl> I MX. Coach (Maroon). !i:it; FoKO 1>lx. Fordor (Green). !>:u; FORI> <'oach tr-i.-.ck). !i3,"i FORD IMx. Coach. !!.'!•( FORI > < 'oa<-h ( Rltte), :>::!; PLY\MOm''il Sedan (lirown). !K',7 Ft)IiD Pick-up u'.roen). :>:;r, PORP 1.17" stake r.ody. '.KM CHEVROLET Piek-np (Clue). XKWMA.V A I'TO CO. Smithsburg. Md. Phone 7-1 INTERESTING mrrronandise at lnt.ore.st ing prices offered interestingly is what you find in tho classl- tied .ids. MODEST MAIDENS Tr»clem»rk Ri^K'i'tcrtd U. S. Tuti-nt Odk Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SAFETY FIRST BUY A CERTIFIED CAR 5 Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLEIGH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A USEFUL USED CAR THAT IS SAFETY TESTED AND READY TO ROLL 193S OLDSMOBILE "G" 4 dr. Sedan. built-in trunk, can't be told from new. 1938 OLDSMOBILE "6" 4 dr. Sedan. Built - in trunk, automatic transmission. 1935 PONTIAC "G" 2 dr. Sedan. Built-in trunk. 1937 OLDSMOBILE "B" 2 dr. Sedan. 1936 CHEVROLET Mstr. 0eL. 4 dr. Sedan, built-in trunk. 1935 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Coach 1935 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Spt. Coupe. 1935 OLDSMOBILE "S" 2 dr. Sedan, Radio & heater. A real buy at ?3fi.- 1034 OLDSMOBILE "B" Trg. Sedan. 1333 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Sdn. 1932 FORD 4 cyl. Coach. Open Evenings Until 10 O'clock .1. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 21 fl E. Washington St. Phone SOI IT'S SMART TO BE PREPARED Buy a car that is Reconditioned to meet the exacting requirements that summer demands. Each car 5s carefully shop checked and road tested to definite performance standards*, to insure you of uninterrupted service. Trade in your present car for a better one while our selection is good. The specials listed below are only a few of the many fine bargains we are offering. Again: "It's Smart to be Prepared." Easiest Terms in Town 1939 CHEVROLET 1% ton 159" W. B. stake truck, 10 ply tires, dual axle, S speed transmission, only run 2.GOO miles, cost new $1,259. A Bargain $S05 1935 CHEVROLET Master DeL. Spprt Sedan. Lots of extras. Original tires, splendid condition 3C45 1938 PONTIAC Sport Coupe. Black, nice condition ... S5C5 1938 CHEVROLET 1 V-> ton cab & chassis, 131" W. B.. 10 ply tires, perfect 5575 1937 FORD Fordor S'dan. black $375 l^^i FORD Tudor. Black, nice running concliti-on S395 1937 TERRAPLANE Town Sedan. Meallic finish, splendid shape $495 1937 LA SALLE Sedan, black, clean upholstery, good tires, mechanically perfect $695 1936 LA SALLE Sport Coupe. A beautiful blue snappy car. in perfect condition throughout $5Gfi 1936 CHEVROLET Master De Luxe Sport Sedan, black, perfect $375 1936 FORD Tudor. Gray. A real clean car $21)5 1935 FORD Sport Coupe. Black. A real value $245 TRUCKS CHEVROLETS & FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 458 Look for the Big Neon Sign 'Between the Railroads" Autos For Hire 12 GRAHAM CUSTOM—lilc. low rates. Soe Washington .all over all <l;iv UJ! PAUL H. .JOHXSOX". ' Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 MOTORCYCLES — $".'0.00 and up. Terms. Also trade-ins. Also cars. Sloan's Cycle Shop. 230_ W. Frnkl i n Business Service Business Service Offered 18 GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. CLL-lgg-ghop_._11 N., Locust. Ph. 2Sf)3\V Radio Repairing 18-C 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 d'cln't have the courage to try our Want Ads and find out all about them. Employment . Help Wanted— Male. 33 MEN wanted for contract work on catalog deliveries. Must be familiar with small towns and rural routes in immediate counties. Sedans or light covered trucks es- sentinl. Apply in person only to Mr. -R. P. Pierce of The Reuben H. Donnelley Corp.. Thursday, An grist :!rd between 2 and 5 P. M. at the W. M. Freight Station, Hagrers- town. Md. . MAN WANTED—Good nearby .Rawleigh Route now open. ' Sales way up this year. If willing to conduct Home Service business while earning good living, write imm'ediately. Rawleigh's, Dcpt. MDH-G6-45. Chester, Pa. WANTED—An ambitious man between the age of 21 and 35 for established sales work. To represent Co. in business for S3 yrs. Apply Y. M. C. A. Bldg. Wednesday. August - at 7:45 p. m. Ask for Mr.. Myers. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 DESKS, chairs, files, safes, counter scales, meat cases, coffee grinder, meat grinder & block, etc. Good used equipment at a savings. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Maryland Ave. Phone 146. OUT OF PAWN—Conn E Fl. Alto Sax. portable typewriters, cameras, largest assortment of unredeemed .rifles & shotguns in the state. Harry's Loan Ofllce, ~,'j N. Jonathan St. RICHARDSON and Boynton hot air furnace. Pipes to each room. AJso kitchen range. Reasonable. 426 Summit Ave. Situations Wanted—Female 1C WIDOW wishes work as companion, mother's helper or housekeeper. Write Box '.'>! c-o Herald-Mail. Situations V- anted—Male J7 SALESMAN—:>0 yrs. age, 7 years' experience. Calling 1 on retail trade preferred. Write Box No. 43, Herald-Mail. Financial Business Opportunity 38 FOR SALE—Grocery Store Stock and Equipment. Good location. Going business, $700. Storeroom rent at present locution. $L". J. P. Kisccker. Waynosboro, Penna. SMALL grot.-cry store for sale for less than ?.")00. An old established stand whereby you can make some money. Address Box -12. Herald. JOC-20S E. WASHINGTON ST.—Centrally located building 1 : show window, gas pumps: suitable for garage or other business. Low rental. Apply 12" S. Mulberry St. Phone Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 5:30 p. m. TARBART BROS. 32"» W. Washington St. Phone 24S Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 TAXI-CABS. TRUCKS AND TRUCK CARGO 1XSURANCE— See us before buying. Easy p.-iymcMit plan. (";in n']i» with .1. C. <". and iho Commissioner of Motor Vehicles for :uiy and nil stall's. HUTSON-HKTXER AGKXfY 7 Summit Ave. Phone 12'JS Repairing and Refinlshing 29 F. J. (JACK—Reupholstering & re pairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph 20."i6 2S E. Franklin. Employment A SAFE and satisfactory Farm Loan plan. ?2;iO.OOO available, low rates, long terms. L. S. Spanglcr Agcy., 2nd Fl. 2nc* Nat'l Bank Bldg. .MONEY to loan on first mortgage. 5%. Goo. D. Hicks. Hagerstown Trust Bldg. Phone 301S. MONEY TO LOAN—On good first mortgages. 5%. EL, P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE. 26 N. Potomac St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAI2CHTEL Agency 304-5-6 Second Natl. Bank Bldg. o r ,"! MONEY for first mortgages. J.I. T. Brower. T. C. Lindsoy. 214-15 2nd ...Natl. Bank P.ldg. Ph. 2-1 Si. Livestock REBUILT & NEW ELECTRIC MOTORS of all sizes & accessories. Desk &. exhaust fans, electric pumps, etc., motor parts & repairing. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO., Md. Ave. Phone 146. STRUCTURAL STEEL — New and Used Angles, I Beams, Channels, Concrete Reinfprciug Bars, All Sizes. Steel Window Sashes. See us first and save money. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp. 304 W. Church St. Phone 1039 Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES FOR SALE—Lewis S. Martin. Paramount. Md. PEACHES—All earlv varieties. Start July 31. W. D. Weaver. Blue Mt. . Ph. 13F22 Smithsburg. Coal and Wood 56-A COAL — COKE — WOOD High Quality Plus Good Service LKISTER COAL CO. Phone 77S GU W. Lee St. "We Make It Hot For You" DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear 3'.' W. Antictam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes ot" PocahoiHas Run Mine Phone 900-901 LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL Buckwheat, ?.~>.50; Pea. S7.00; Nut, SS.OO; Stove. $7.7:>; Egg. S7.25: Special Furnace, 55.75. (Hard coal, 25c per ton discount in truck loads, cash on delivery only). PQCAHONTAS "OIL TREATED" Pea. $6.00: Nut. $15.25; Stove, S7.00. BITUMINOUS Penn. Lump. §6.50: Mine Run. ?."j.OO: Truck Loads. ,^.."0. PEO1 D LES COAL CO. 10 McComas SL Phone 2038 GUARANTEED 100% KED ASH Stove or nut, $7.~r>. Furnace. ?r..7o loads, Lykens Valley Coal. 217 S. Potomac. Phone 11 2jK i_?. P.urgcss. Good Things To Eat 57 XliW APPLES—o()c bu.. tree run. .Martin Storage. Midclleburg Pike. Op on evenings Phone -lor.SF12. Household Goods f9 FOR SALE—3 piece living room suite, large 'lining room suite: 3S S. Mulberry St. Dogs, Cats, Otner Pett 47 Help Wanted—Female WHY not begin right by raising pure bred rabbits. Everybody admires .NV\v 7,t>.n!;ind Rods. ^.".7*C'on- r.it-,1 St. CHRISTMAS CARPS—Extra money easy .soiling friends unusual assortment. .Many photographic reproductions. ,"ii> for ?1 Personals. Stationery. 11 oth.-r assortments. Experience unnecessary. Request, approval samples, Terry Studios, 2(11 West Held, Mass. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 HORSES—All ages. J. R. Palmer. Mt. Etna Road. ON 10 carload choice 11 ere ford steers, :.0y to ciiy Hi. wt.. to be sold ni Mar- tinsbg auction sale, Friday, Aug. •!. CHRISTMAS CARP Masterpiece! 100',';, profu. Sensational ?1 assortment. ;> otlier money making boxes. Tit) I'ersonals. Rhoados made , ?.'i.'iG. I Ion u os t samples. IMuehirti, | -j i J. 1 -_ 1 C!^l 1 .l l .i! l >'--. :v1: . ls ! ! '. _ inr ClI K1STM AS 1 CARI >S - -l-fig""i::;sh pro- tits .showing famous "Ulue RiM><m" 1'1-card $1 Assortment. You make TOO 1 ;;,. Self-selling value. :> other popular l>o.\- Ass.-irtments. also Xmas .I'ersonals. l-"ree Sample Offer. Chilton Creel ings. J001-A Chostiiut St., Philadelphia. FOR SALK at Cera Id Poffon- er's. ! layerstou-n. Route.\"o. ^. 41 OXK fl) Model "20" Kelvinator Kloctric Range. Now. Was 5127.,".0. Now SSP.r.O. BO 11M AN-W A RNE. I nc. Phone S.". :;."> W. Franklin St. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board _ 68 A FEW desirable rooms vacant at tho MAltLKORO P.ot<?l. Rca:;on- able: 22 S. Potomac St.. BROAD WAY- 2 — w"ell"~fu nTis bedroom. Con Unman. Private I family. Phono 11 !)-.'). I FURNISHED room: reasonable; 40S Ouilford Ave, Phono 302D-J. FREDERICK. ST.-ft2r, — At.tracti.vo room for gentleman, next to .shower. New homo. LARGE, nicely furnished front bedroom in private home. Must be seen to be jipproein.ierl. I'so of phone. Apply 114 Broad\va.y. XICELY furnished bedroom, hot & colrl water in room; use of phone and garage. f>iiO Summit Avc. NORTH K.XD—Front room. well furnished: gentleman preferred. Apply GG:, Oak Hill. POTOMAC ST.-S.-Hj::— Xicefy furnished bed room. Private family. First floor. Gentlemen preferred. WEST SIDE A~VE~ bedroom, hoi w;ite- veniences. Porch. bath, all con- 1-!0 S. MULHKRRV — Comfortable, cool room with porch; conveni- e.Tices. T'se of pit, OonUeman m-pf. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 FURNISHED 3 rooms and bath; must be seen to be appreciated. .Garage, janitor service; 655 S. Potomac. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms: all conveniences. MULBERRY ST.-S.-46—2 rooms for housekeeping. 52 and ,$2.50 pel- week. NICELY furnished apartment. No children. Apply after 5:30. 602 Sunset Avenue. ROOMS completely furnished, bath, light, hot water. Summers Building, 3G N. Walnut St. TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 2nd floor, no children. Apply 100 "E. Franklin St. Apartments and Flats 74 APARTMENT—240 Summit Ave.. 1st floor; 3 newly decorated rooms and bath, new hardwood, hot water, automatic heat, janitor service; adults. Phone 529-R. ARLINGTON—143 East Antietam. 5 rooms, 2nd floor, east. References. 112 Broadway. Ph. 56SR. APTS.—S, 24 & 240 E. Wash. St., 22 N. Potomac, 15 W. Antietam. GROH REALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av APARTMENT—4 rooms and bath; all convenience::. ./Sn^y 25 North Avenue. • ALL MODERN—5 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 Blue Tavern, 23 N. Locust St. APTS.—42 East Ave., newly ren'n- ished, 5 rooms, Frlgidaire. garage; 64 >£ W. Franklin St.. modern, 5 rooms & bath. Phone 262-W. APARTMENT—112 E. Wash. St. 5 rooms & bath, "nd floor, modern In every respect. S35. Phone 545. BROADWAY-22 — First floor, 4 rooms & bath. Apply 109 U N. Po- tomnc. Phone 1033 or 1T.S4W. CHESTNUT ST. -702 — ?, room apartment. Apply 711 Chestnut St. \VE-12 — 4 rooms, vate bath and garage. $25.00. Phone 221G-J-2. EAST AVE.-102—4 rooms, tile bath, shower, Venetian blinds. All new. Apply 4SS Potomac Ave. FRANKLIN ST.-W.-GT, — Furnishe'd apartment for rent. Elmer K. Eyerly. Eyerly's Dept. Store. FREDERICK ST.-255—5 room newly .papered, insulated, automatic heat, garage. Miss Kaplan. HAMILTON BLVD.-110S—2nd floor. 3 rooms, bath, hardwood. gas range, 2 private entrances. Apply same 1st Hoor. HAMILTON BLVD.-1133 — f. room apartment. 1st Iloor. Apply Mrs. Ruben, 1133 Hamilton Blvd. MEALISY PARKWAY — G rooms, near High School, newly decorated. No small children. Phone S'.)G. NEW Apartment. 113 S. Mulberry St. 3 rooms and bath, automatic hot water and heat with garage or without. Apply 100 ?v Mulberry. screened porch, hardwood floor, insulated coiling, refrigerator, oil heat. Call 1GG1 or 1054. PUBLIC SALE—Household & kitchen furniture, Saturday, Aug. .">th, one o'clock, 12-10 Pope Ave.. Hag- erstou'n. Md. L. A. Shipley. .SPECIAL PRICKS uii Inner Spring Mattresses. Korsyth Storage. .Mil] St. Phone S4!i,l. Open evenings. U'ASHIXG machines repaired. Darts & wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. OAK HILL AVE.—4 & G room apartments. 1st & 2nd floor: newly decorated. Recreation & laundry rooms. Phone 2:)C4 or 2221-M. I?KOSPECT ST.'S™Modcrn furnished or unfurnished apartment. Apply Mrs. E. K. Eyerly. 21G S. Prospect St. Phone 370-M. SMALL Apartment—Light housekeeping facilities; private entrance. Apply 202 South Prospect St. SI * .M~M IT~A V K. -~77i-.i^Fu",-^ ;"s hed~:nTrid ."> rms, with eloe. ret'rig»-ra.iio!i. Vail at. above, or N. B. Row,-, 20 N. Potomac St. Poultry and Supplier unoi>M AN' wan ts Iu7usc~ keepor and companion. Write Box •11. c-o Herald-Mail. SPECIAL- \VOKK for Married Women. Earn to ?L'l weekly and y.mi- own drosses Five, No canvassing. Give age and dress M7.,-. KASIIIo.X FROCKS. Dopt. S-T.f.tl, «TNCIN- XATI. O. WHITE girl. lS~.r~tv.-r. for iTighT work. Apply Sehneider's Delioa- tessen. 1-1'- F.. Washington St. YOUNG C.1RL for general housework. References rei|iiire«l. Writ.' Hox M. o-o ll.M-ald : M:iil. Help Wanted—Male 13 ciTAUl-'KI'-.l.'!^ WAN'ri':!.) - - Apply Ambrose's Taxi, r.-ar '•'•- N. Poto- iii:ic St. Phono ::n:>7. ^ A i.»l RECTORY of wants atid offers which is brought strictly up- i to-ilato eaoh day —that's what the ; Classit^ed Section Is. ] crSTO.M HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery. Memorial Blvd.. 1-1. Phone :ui2.1. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone S0(i. I'P TO I'A'PK Sanitary Poultry feeders and fountains. All sizes. Merchandise USED FURXITbRE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living room suites, dining room suites. bedroom suites. stoves, heaters, washers, radios, combination coal & gas range, etc. Before buying see what \ve have to offer. Terms if desired. MEYERS ,t BKRKSON, Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite Xew Post Office Articles for Sale 51 ATTIOXTION FARMERS — Xew & used pipe \-, fittings for co\v stanchions. Pipe cut t <t threa<led to spoHlieat ions. I I.\GEHSTOWN _KQUH.'MI':.\T Co.. Md. Ave. Ph. MC A"~ W~e~tin-house Motor—?" 1 ~l l" l'~ 11(> or ^Ui> singlo phase. A-l condition, riioiu- ::: % .si'W. I'.ANI.* "i:t»X <lou'l.)le" cle:'ri7l"r7g~liTr'u! Cost $LMOU: will sacrilice f..r ?".uu cash. CJood rinr.iing order, t'an be seen in oiterat ii>n at Individual Laundry, t.'.."..", S. Potomac St. kL'l-:CTKlC~M'OT6RS~&~''pn ; i<: used motors, control devices. We repair «S; rewind all sizf*?. any make or tyoo. (1rconw.il: Electric Co Phone :'.P7. FOR SAI.K--l- - ii:e ,,1,1 faeod~M;ie limestone in old building, thirteen miles from town on good highway. Write I'.ox :'.:• 11 era Id - Ma i 1. Specials in the Store* 64 MEATS—For a delicious steak, chops or roast, call :>22. Xcal R. borsoy- 2P''- E. Franklin St. Wearing Apparel 65 >KK ol'R ^reat values in shoes. KHI pairs slightly used high priced siioes for Hie price you \vouid like to pay. Slop in ;uul see theisi at Polack's, i (i niiniite modern slice roinodeitMi;-. :,; X. .*.,,, athan Si. Il.Mv >THV Hav \\anted. Casii at SUMMIT AVE.-133— 4-;"> rooms. Cool and modern. Hardwood floors. Fire- pl.ice. Automatic heat. Central. s r M ^Trr"~\"v E~ f s L~~I s t ~ i o o" r r is re"- plnce. hardwood, range, hot water. g-Tr. 422 Summit Ave. Ph. r.»2.". W, S~l •"NsT:T A V~K «;07 ~"i- ; u rnisluM! a;iar;ment. lundern; also ;; room apartment; private bath; 3.", K. Baltimore St. Apply 007 Sunset Ave. \V.\Slli\GTOX S<^. — "i ro.,m apartment. newly decorated, also 2 rooms X: private, bath, furnished. .Mrs. H. L. Knoislc-y. Phone K,:M. WILLIAM SPORT-- 2 new m dri 1st Hour apartments. 4 large rooms. bath, garage, largo front porch. .J.l'i_. |: '-J.l l l. t .J. 1 'I l «r'.v.-. N V I . ll . s »' 1t - . !> h. 2f, n. Business P'aces for Rent 75 POTOMAC ST.-S.-Jnt' t'.-r reiit. I'!'.-.no Rooms and Board Rooms With Board 17 WEST SIDE .\VH.-rC2—Room anci board with private family. Garage. Phone 101'S-M. 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. Lego Is 91 Real Estate For Rent Houses Tor Rent 77 LOCUST ST.-N.-539—6 room brick, nil modern convenienrr-s. Posses- jnon^Sept. 1. Phone 27GO. OAK JL1LL—Hingle home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, porches, vapor heat, double garage. Immediate possession. Phone 40SSF3. OAK HILL—Nice 6 or 8 room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awnings, porches, hot water heat, garage. Immediate possession. Telephone 106, POTOMAC ST.-N.-400 Block—S room brick, newly decorated: modern bath with shower. Court E.ealtv , Co., 214 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phone 24S1. SUMMIT AVE. and Memorial Blvd. Single 7 room house, vapor heat. 'oarage. Piion^ !- ir »7R. Wanted—To Rent SI FURNISHED ROOM — Residential section, with private bath, garage. Write Box 40. Herald-Mail. WANTED — Small unfurnished apartment. Preferably North End Write Box SS. c-o Herald-Mail. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For Sale 83 DAI PA" FARM—"Grade A," electric equipment, new brick house. A. L. Zahn. Phone 245RR or 105SW. FARMS EXCHANGED— Desirable farms in exchange for good, improved city property. S. W. Sowers, Agt., Arcade Bid ST. Establish 1S'J4. 40 A., ample buildings, electricity, running water, ?2GOO. D. M. Ridenour, Smithsburg. Houses For Sale 84 BROADWAY—G room brick home. $4200. Court Realty Company, 214 2nd National Bank Bids-. Ph. 24S1. CLEVELAND AVE.—Modern 5 room: . built-in tub: hot water heat: garage and chicken house. Call 251SR. HALFWAY--2 family dwelling, good condition, always rented. Loans, Ins., Rental, Bonding. John L. Swain Agency. HIGHLAND WAY—Xice home, good cond.. 6 rms.. modern, garage, owner left town, sacrifice. S3S Gtiilford Avc.—Bungalow. 5 rms., furnace and garage, $2450. Terms. Farm 14 acres near Ringgold, brick and frame rtwl., bank barn, varietv choice fruit, low pri<:*>. HOLC terms. X. B. Rowe, 26 X. Potomac St. Legal Notices ORDER NISJ— Lc-na < Watson Biggs. Charles S. -' nf - r . hUKbam! ' v ^ '"«"•" Edith D. No. 13,SS2. IM tho Circuit Court for Washir.g- n);tnti ' siu(ns as a ou Ordered. By the Clyrk of the Cir?',^ C 7. urt ' urhis 26rh -jay of July. 1J.,,:», that the sales, rnado and reported by Robert, .H. MoCaulev heretofore rippointo'l Trustee for the sale of the real t-state in the proceedings ot this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to tne Court on or before the i7th day or August next: Provided, a copv of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once a week £o- three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sal os to be $370. Ou. True Copy — Test : _ EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk ORDER NISI-— ~~~ Home Owners Loan Corporation. Mortgagee, Joseph D. Mish. attorney named in mortgage, versus Herbert E. Davidson. Vorna P. Davidson, his wife, mortgagors. No. 14,030 "Equuv. In the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. Ordered, By the Clerk of the Circuit Court, this 23th day of July 1939. that the sales made and reported by Joseph D. Mish. attorney named in mortgage for the sale of the real estate in the proceedings of tnis cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to the Court on or betore the 17th day of August next: Provided ,a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sales to be $3,000.00. True Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD Clerk Classified Display Public Sale Ul fffi 44 W. CHURCH ST. FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 4 At 6:30 O'clock. Living room, dining room and bed room suites, breakfast sets, dressers, chifferobes, bed springs, wicker .suite, copper kettle, other antiques, ice box, tables, chairs, kitchen cupboards, new innerypring mattresses, dishes and many other articles. . Eigonbrode. Auct: Young. Clerk. a® SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, At 2 p. m. 1240 Pope Ave. Two m.etal beds and springs, dresser. wash stand, kitchen cabinet, buffet. rockers and chairs. 2 tables, porch swing, 3 Congoleum rugs. lot dishes. garden tools, plow, lawn mower. lot jars, seven bu. new potatoes. TERMS— Cash. L. A. SHIPLEY. ' J. C. Snyder. Auct. 1C SALI Tf=3 i* iJ-3 NEW HOUSE for sale, just completed. Paneled living and dining room, parquetry floors, very low price, easy terms. "Wm. A. Danzer. Call 442. NORTH END—S41"50 buys a double brick, all conveniences, good rental investment. Must be sold quick. Strole Realty Co., Arcade Bldg. XEAR TOWN—G room house, 2 acres, city water, small down payment, balance as rent. John E. Tqylor_Agy. 2nd Xafl Bldg. Ph. S:^S SINGLE HOL'Sl-f—AU conveniences"! good location. Price S30<i(). Potomac Realty Co., 106 Crice Bldg. Ph. 2:»3 TWO desirable homes in excellent locations: (1) six room brick house. 1-4 acre of ground, Virginia Avenue, entire property in fine condition, §.".r,00. This price includes Kirga brick building 30x40 In rear of above property. (2) seven room brick house. North Mulberry Street, hardwood floors on first (loor, brand new steam heating plant. ?.".fiOO. W. MURRAY BAECIITEL Agency 2nd National Dank I'.Irtg. WK WRITE 31 different Federal mortgage loans. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Tel. 1001. ._ l Auctions—Legals Legal Notices 91 URDKR NISI — In the matter of the estate of Einmctt W. Cans, deceased. In tho Orphans' Court of Washington County. i Ordered, J ;y tho. Orphans' Court! of Washington County, this ISth ! day of July RO, that the sale of • »'ea! estate made by Anne McW. • Cans and Robert If. McCauU'-y. l Executors of K:nmt;:t W. Cans, do- j ceased, and this day reported to this j I'mirt, be ratified and confirmed, un- i less cause to tin- contrary be shown I to the Court, on or boi'nre t he llth! day of August next: Provided a copy i o! this ord»-r be inserted in ,sr<i>ie j newspaper published in Washing!on j <'"utility, at least once a week for! three successive wooicn before the j said last, mentioned day. j The- re-port states the amount of i sales :o be .<:'..~>oo.i>o. j LLOYD 1C. HOFFMAN i r>. JOSEPH wrr.\n-:R. ; Judges of the Orphans' Court. i True <',.py—T'-.'-i: HARRY NEWCOMER. Regist-'-:- of Wills i OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SITUATED IN HAGERSTOWN. . MARYLAND. By virtue of a decree passed by the Circuit Court for v Washington County in Equity Cause No. 139!M, in the case of Andrew K. Coffman versus Mary V. Winner. Executrix. et al, the undersigned Trustee will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on'>TUESDAY. AUGUST 22nd, lU3ii, between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 o'clock p. m.. all the following described real property, lying and being on the South side of the Cavetown Turnpike (now Jefferson Street) fronting thereon S2 feet and running back with uniform width 240 feet, more or less, to an alley.; and being the same property which xvas conveyed to Charles E. Hose by Henry Hose and wife by deed dated the Pth day of September. IS'JG, and recorded in Liber No. 10,". Folio 452; of the Land Records of Washington County, Maryland. Said prop 1 erty being improved by a one ana a half story frame dwelling-house: containinc 1 six rooms. and with modern improvements — including electric lights and running water. • This property will be sold free of the lien of the mortgage now on the same and also the life estate contained in the deed, said life tenants .having died previous to the death of the owner. TERMS OF SALE:—One-half casn and the balance in one year from the dat<; of sale, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser or .purchasers. Credit portions to bear interest and to be secured io the satisfaction of the Trustee. CHARLES \V. WOLF. Trustee. Fred M. White. Auctioneer. THERE'S NO WASTE when TOU !?o out for results armed with classified ads. Every one of thes* ads hits the mark, for they ar« so arranged that all Interested readers seek them out each dm.T. Merchandise Estate of Louise D. Harris, de- •• Cease.!. N"ti'-f is hereby give;;. That tho, subseriber has »bt:' i i:od from the- i »rphai;s' Court <>:' Washington C,e.i!i: y, i.ett.-rs Testamentary on the e.stale' of Louise J '. HajTiy." hit" of said county, de,-eased. All persons' having claims again.st sai'l de,>M>; ; -.| ; with tl'.i- vouchers thereof, legally 1 ..;• !'.••:"..:•(• ihf'lN'h d.iy of F.-l-riiar y j ?;.-x:: ih-y nay <.'th(.-r\\ iy.\ l.iy i.iu 1 . ' !M- «-\.•;;;•!.-i| i'".i:)i al! 1 ••^••!it of said ) ji tl'Sl-:.s- ! !(• Ciiilford Av.-., UTt) S. ,•>;.•:•... Ail p.-I'.-".';* i;:d.-!>;.-d !•-. sai.I ''a:i;-.oi;. «'hov, svi: !•• Pike. --via:.- ;tr.' rt-qiL-stod ;•> make i:v.- h '.:R< >H r.KALTY CO., i::_ Summit Av ; m...!:;,!,- pa >•!:;,•••,;. "A i SKi> CAR !»" mosl Oaslly" cin-s- , , C.iv.v: -^.di-r my ^!KI 'id this lV,.'. en after comparing all those offered day oi J>:!v A 1> j: 1 ".: 1 . hi the Classified Section "Autos For . CHARLIE M ARKl-.i.L. • sale" Column. ; F.x.-cMtre.-. Reconditioned ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS ," cu. ft. Frigidaire ?49 G cu. ft. Frigidaire 69 6 or., ft. Wurlitzer ......... 79 c, cu. ft. General Electric ., 93 Terms as low as S !.T3 monthly Open Ever.ings by Appointment SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 OH.Dl&NAT Practice Makes Perfect "1 asked him to put it in wiling!" M, \ / yeg. GlTTJN' A LOT / DOIN', AND PEV/TH/L ^HOOTItiG Al DAD PA\V'f (SON MA UA12N SBD A MITE. O' • PRACTICE . 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