The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 4, 1939 · Page 11
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTQWN, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939. ELEVEN These Classified Ads Tell You How To Get What You Want When You Want It ST. JAMES LETTER i St. James, Aug. 2. There will be preaching services ftt the Brethren church here on Sunday morning, Aug. 6. Sunday jschool at 9:30 and 'preaching at 10:30. There will be no preaching services in the evenings during August Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Flook, of Washington, spent several days in the home -of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sensenbaugh. Miss Elsie Mongan, of Hagerstown, is spending the week with Miss Ida Ruth Sperow. Ida Ruth returned home on Sunday after spending last week with Miss Elsie. Mrs. Elizabeth Britner and three children, of Virginia, are spending some time in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schamel. Mrs. Norma Smith, of Hagerstown, spent Thursday of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Shank. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mongan, Miss Elsie Mongan, Mrs. William. Hammond and son, Donald, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Shank home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Long were callers of Gaza Cross on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Richard Bloom visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Poffenberger, Sharpsburg pike. Mrs. Fred Racher and daughter, Ellen, Hagerstown, spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of Joseph Sensenbaugh. Miss Lillian Deibert, near Hagerstown, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Deibert, and her sister, Miss Lois Deibert. Jewish manufacturers in Australia have formed a committee to stop "sweating" or exploitation of Jewish refugees here. IT'S GOOD BUSiJVJBSS to slmpll- which It is offered in th« Classified (Section. HERALD-MAIL INFORMATION All ads are restricted to their 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 tor more than one Incorrect insertion. Advertising 1 ordered for irreg-ular insertion takes the one time rate. PHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken for less than a basis 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-ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Rate One time 10 per line Three times OS per line Six times OG per line Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration wil be charged for only the number of times tho ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertls- ngr upon request. Careful attention given to small orders. WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising- Department is situated at the Herald- Jail office. These offices are open to receive tdvertisements from 8 A. M. to ' J . M. daily. All ads received up un- il 11 A. M. will appear in edition a me day and S P. M. will appear n edition following day. The Ad-taker will g-ladly assist •ou, if desired, so that the copy for •our ad is prepared in such a man- ier as to brm_g_the greatest results. CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements un~ er the following classifications are irrangred in ALPHABETICAL order "or quick reference. 1 ?. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—-In Memoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning 1 Goods. f.—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE i. 6. 12. U. 15. 1C. 15. ia. 21. 23. 25. 2C. 27, ^n. 30. :u. 33. 40. 41. 42. 44. ACROSS Assert as fact Trefoil Worn away Pillage Sun god Envelops Continent; abbr. Pronoun Youthful years Distant: prefix Hawaiian bird Side away from the wind River duck Talks weakly or foolishly Wriggling Optical glass Dispatched BeCora long Jaeger pulls Stato in Brazil Sweet biscuit Ireland Metric land measures „ Trite City In MIcMKan: colloq. Solution of Yestei day's Puzzfe •45. Japanese measure 46. Apparatus for charging with gas 4S. Preposition 49. Precipitated tea crystals 51. Obliterated r>3. Herons 54. Arabian clilcf- talns DOWN 1. Punctuation mark 2. Eloquent speaker 3. Thuft 4. Small flsli ' f«. Canvas shelter C. Hoisting device 7. Licks up with the tongue ». Goddess or tfc« harvest 9. Six 10. Close tightlr H. Actually 13. Besides 17. Female sand- .pipers 20. Mariners 22. Moves up and down 24. Genus of the oat 2G. Strained to a high pitch 25. English letter 31. Legislative body 32. Babylonian deity 33. Thinly scattered 34. Howifig 3.1. Large fish 3(5. Member of a disorderly crowd 37. Snells for fishing lines 30. Poets 42. Vegetable 4X Learning 46. Mingled wonder and fear 47. Strike violently r.O. Conjunction 52. Symbol for silicon 33 38 34 It, 2l 28 42 '1 31 Si 32 8 22 /O II MODEST MAIDENS Trtdcm»rk Itciriitered U. S. Pitcnt Office "I hope that, hick constable doesn't find out we're 7—Personals. 8—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost. Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE 11—Automobiles for Sale. l"2 —Autos for Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work, Painting, Tops and Upholstery. IT)—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Stations. 1"—Tires, Parts, Accessories. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE IS—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 1SD—Avoiding- and Brazing. 19—Building and Contracting. 20—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating, Plumbing, Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering, 25—Moving, Trucking, Storage. 26—Painting. Papering, 'Decorating. 27—Printing, Engraving. Binding. 28—Professional Service. 29—Repairing and Hefinishing 1 . 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoe Repairing. 29C—Harness a,nti Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. 31—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 3-—Help Wanted—Female. 33—Help Wanted—Male. 34—Help—Male and Female. 35—Solicitors, Canvassers. Agents. 36—Situations Wanted—Female. 37—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 3S—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments, Stocks, Bonds. 39 A—-Investments. 40—Money .to Loan, Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 43—Local Instruction Classes. 44—Musical, Dancing, Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 4.1 A—'Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats. Other Pets. 4S—Horses, Cattle, Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 50—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 51—Articles for Sale. 51A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Boats and Accessories. 53—Building Materials. 54—Business and Office Equipment. r>r>—Farm and Dairy Products. '1C—Feed and Fertilizer. -1C A—Coal and Wood. 57—Good Things to Eat. 5S—Homemade Things. • r '0—Household Goods. GO—'Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds. 01—Machinery and Tools. G2—Musical Merchandise. G2A—'Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds. Plants, Flowers. 64—Specials in the Stores. I'".—Wearing Apparel. GG—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS AND" BOARD G7—Rooms with Board. GS—Rooms without Board. G!>—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 "4—Apartments and Flats. 75—Business Places for Rent. 76—Farms and Lands for J'lent. 77—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Rent. 7S—Oflices and Desk Room. 7: 1 —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 Rale. <S-'«—Farms and Lands for Sale. S4—Houses for Sale. .S4A—Garages for Sale. 85—Lots for Sale. S<;— : Shore. Mountain. Lake for Sale. 87—Suburban—For Sale. S8—To Exchange—-Real Estate. S9—Wan ted—Meal Estate. AUCTIONS—LEG AL HO—Auction Sales. —J..r»gf>l Notices. 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'dn't have the courage to try oui' Want Ads and find out all about them. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market prices ' Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pangborn Blvd. & Paper Mill Road NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A USEFUL USED CAR THAT IS SAFETY TESTED AND READY TO ROLL l'J3S OLDSMOBILE "6" 4 dr. Sedan, built-in trunk, can't be told from new. 1938 OLDSMOBILE "G" 4 dr. Sedan. Built - in trunk, automatic transmission. 193S PONTJAC "G" 2 dr. Sedan. Built-in trunk. 1037 OLDSMOBTLE "C" 2 dr. Sedan. 1:1:5 6 OLDSMOBILE "6" Trg. Sedan. 1-J36 CHEVROLET Mstr. D'eL. 4. dr. Sedan, built-in trunk. 1035 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Coach 11)35 OLDSMOBILE "S" 2 dr. Sedan. Radio & heater. A real buy at ?-":iir, 1034 OLDSMOBILE "G" Trg. Sedan. 1!>33 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Sdn. IU32 FORD 4 cyl. Coach. ' Open Evenings Until 10 O'Clock J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 21D E. Washington St. Phone SOI Announcements Personals BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' JUKI Men's. DELPHEY'S. 31 E. Franklin St. Phone r>. MEN!—Feel younger. Pep up today. Put vigor In that "Old at -HI", rundown body with Ostrex Tonic Tub- lot.s. §1.00 size-, special today S!>c. If not delighted, maker refunds ibis price. Call, write Jttidy Kexall Pharmacy. TAXI. 15 c Anywhere in city. Phone 3097 AMBROSE TAXI Lost, Strayed, Found 10 LOST—Picture Odd Fellows Tempi p.: also tablet. Reward. Phone 9-12. LOST—Croon silk belt: with white figruros. Reward. Write Box 45. c-o Hern Id. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 11(37 Oil l::VROLl-rr^i 7 ruT r lc~~r^r"t7>rr Stake body; £0111^' out. i.>f business, Will .sacrifice. Call .Mr. Steward. room lO'.i l>U!4 - m;ir Hotel. cn il \~s\ TiTi i ~ cb i • r i T I':™\ vTt h ru mlTFe wont. Very yood shape, will s»«ll cheap. Write l.'.nx ;10. r-ii Herald. I'.i3:l UUICK Sedan. Hood condition. Cheap to rig'ht party. Apply 3DC North Prospect. FOR ~ sTTLv:— w .~~M~ Hearty-^ i i^Ts .Dodpre heavy-duty IVi ti-n. loutf wheelba.se, complete with body; also concrete mixer. Apply Mrs. \V. M. P-eaUy. Funkstowii 1 Till. WITH A GOOD USED CAR Those curs you'll bo proud to own it prices that will make you proud your investment. 7 rilRYSLKR Sedan. . 7 DOIHIK .Soclan. 1!>:J7 PLYMOUTH Sedan. 10:57 FOUO Sedan, with Radio. U»3G DOHCJE Trp. Sed'n, with Radio Many Other Makes and Models to select from. §2.1. 00 up Lowost Finance Kates in Town MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 'Distributors Chrysler & Plymouth" ,16-62 \V. Franklin St. Phone 2.100 1937 FORT) TMx, Coach (Maroon). .i .16 FORO Dlx. Fordor (Green). V.»3G FOR1> Coach (lilack). 193f. FOR'D l.Mx. Coach. lli;?4 FORD Coach (Illue). 1933 FORD Coach (l,;iack>. 1930 PLYMOUTH Sedan U5ro\V!!>. 1931! FORD Coupo (llluc). 1937 FORM Pick-up <Gr<-on>. 193ti FORD ir.7" Stake Body. 193't C1TKVUOLKT ri<-k-up " (Blue). NEWMAN AUTO CO. Mil. _ _ riiono _74_ THERE'S NO WASTK when YOU cro out for results armed with classified ads. Kvory one ot these ads hits the mark, for tney ar« so Brranpred that all Interested readers seek them out each d«.y. VACATION SPECIALS Be ready to Go Places and Enjoy Your Vacation 'in one of our "BU1CK SAFETY CONDITIONED" Used Cars. SELECT ONE OF THESE TODAY '::S P.IJI'CK 41 Try. Sedan. •;j" BU1CK 47 Trgr. Sedan. '37 PONT1AC DeLuxe Coupe. •37 BUICK G7 Trs". Sedan. '37 BUICK 81 Trtf. Sedan. '::" FORD DeL. Trg. Coach. '37 DODGE B. Coupe. •:;r. CHKVROLF/r sul. Bus. Coupe. "U PONT1AC Tre. Sedan. '34 FORD Bus. Coupe. These cars have been thoroughly SAFETY CONDITIONED T H 1C 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 2205 Tho Thumma Motor Co. Buick Dealer IT'S SMART TO BE PREPARED Buy a our that is Reconditioned to nfeet the exacting 1 requirements that .summer demands. Kach car is carefully shop Hiucked and mail tested to dttlinite performance stamhmls to insure you of uninterrupted .service. Trade in your present cnr for a better one while our selection is trood. The specials listed below are only a few of the many fine bargains we arc offorins 1 . Again: "It's Smart to bo Prepared," Easiest Terms in Town *• 193D CHEVROLET Hi ton 159" W. B. stake truck, 10 ply tires, dual axle. S speed transmission, only run 2.GOO miles, cost now ?l,i:r.9. A Bargain ?S95 19.3S CHEVROLET Master DeL. Spnrt Sedan. Lots of extras. Original tires, splendid condition $G45 1938 PONTIAC Sport Cpupc. Black, nice condition ... ?565 123S CHEVROLET 1 M- ton cab & chassis. 131" W. J3» 10 ply tires, pprfect $.">7;> 1937 FORD Fordor S'dan, black S375 10jj FORD Tudor. Black, nice runnitip: condition $395 1937 TI-:RKAPLAN 10 Town Sedan. Moallic tiuish. splendid .sbapo 549:") 1937 LA SALLE Sedan, black, clean upholstery, jjood tires, mccbnn- irally perfect $G9"i 193G LA SALL'K' .Sport Coupo. A beautiful blue snappy car. in perfect condition throughout $"pG.~> 1936 CHEVROLET Master .Do Luxe Sport Sedan, black, perfect $37f> 1936 FORD Tudor. Gray. A real cloan car -. .. . J29IJ 1935 FOUD sport Coupe. Black. A real value $245 TRUCKS CHEVKOLETS & FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Selor.t From At Prices Accordingly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 45S Look for the Bipr Neon Sign "Between the Railroads'' Business Service Radio Repairing 18-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 5:30 p. m. TARBART BROS. 325 W. Washington St. Phone 248 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 TAXI-CABS, TRUCKS AND TRUCK CARGO INSURANCE— See us before buying-. Easy payment plan. Can file with I. C. C. and the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles for any and nil states. HUTSON-HETZE R. AGENCY 7 Summit Ave. Phone 129S Repairing and Refmlshing 29 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 BAND ].!OX dni' Cost ?2100; will cash. Good riiiin scon in ' Ijaundry, t If; clc.-i uiiiff Unit. sai;ritii:y for $300 IIJJT order, (.'an be MI ;U Individunl I' o t o m n (• S t. _ i ; L A c K s .\ 1. 1 T i f Sale. Cheap. 'j • o77 1 717 UT FTr~Tw 417 West Antietaui i ;I-;CT.I i K 'vTSS^i .>~ haust fans .^ air circulators. Cl iiiR' out dt-sk fans al .special price. J laR'orstou'ii Kquipment Co'., Md. Ave. Phone 1-1'!. ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts—New & used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or typo. Green wait Electric Co. Phono 397. DESKS, chairs, files, safes, counter scales, meat cases, coffee grinder, meat grinder & block, etc. Good used equipment at p savings HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Maryland Ave. Phone 14G. OUT OF PAWN—-Conn E Fl. Alto Sax. portable typewriters, cameras, largest assortment of unredeemed rifles & shotguns in the state. Harry's Loan Office. ~>~> N. Jonathan St. IMCHARDSiDN and BoTnton hot air furnace. Pipes to each room. Also kitchen range. Reasonable. 420 Summit Ave. USED PLUMBING & Heating- Fixtures—Sinks, Lavatories & Tubs Arcola Heaters, Heating Boilers & Ra'cliaLiori. Guaranteed condition. Barg-ain prices. 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 early varieties. Start July 31. W. D. Weaver. Blue Mt. JPh^ KiF22 Smithsburg. __________ Coal and Wood 56-A DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear 3.0 ,W. Antietam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phone 900-901 FOR BETTER COAL CALL THE GLEN COAL CO. Phone 3;"iS2 Robert R. Norris, manager, 43ij W. Franklin St. Our prices and quality can't be beat. 100% Lykens Valley hard coal stoker size, No. 1, .$3.00 per ton Pea $C.."0: Nut 57.50; Stove $7.50 and Egg $7.00. Gcorg-es Creek run-of-mine 70% lump $4.riO: ess, 100% lump .?r,.r>o. Kitzmiller. oil treated stoker $5.75. This price for month of Aug. only. F. J. GACK—Heupholstering: & re pairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 30-iG 28 E. Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Male CHAUFFEURS WANTED — Apply Ambrose's Taxi, rear 32 N. Potomac St. Phone 30!»7. HIGJ-L .School Graduate for outside selling-. Local retail establishment. Reply in own handwriting to Box -IS, c-o He raid -Mai K _. _ P U1UTAN LASTERS Wanted" Ap"ply J-lagprstown .Shoe & Legging- Co., W. Franklin S!-. SALESMAN—Experience not nece.s- .sary. Good opportunity for the rijrht man to make money. M'ai-y- land Motor Co.. Ine., ."/G-G2 W. Franklin St. Phone ^r.00. W A" N T30 D—\\' h i t e " g i r l"~ f.'. i : ~~g"' - ; i uTriil luiusmvork. Apply 202 N. Potomac street. WANTED — Experienced salesman for automotive jobbing concern to call on trade in Charabersburg & vicinity. References. Write Box 47. Herald-Mail. YOUNG MEN over 21, for chain store. Full dotaiis by letter only. Box -10S, Hotel .Dagmar. S SALESMEN—Commission & bonus; slight knowledge of mu.«ic hwlpfiil. Car optional. 322 N. Po- tuinac St., Saturday. 3 "(o C P. M. or Mutiday. 9 to 11 A. M. Situations V-anted—Male J7 SALESMAN—3U yrs. age. 7 years' experience. Calling on retail "trade preferred. AVrite Box No. 43, Herald-Mail. Financial Business Opportunity 38 FOR SALE—Grocery Store Stcck and Equipment. Good location. Going business, $700. Storeroom rent a.t present location. $1.1. J. P. Kiseckcr, Waynesboro, Pennn. SMALL grocery store for sale for loss than $..100. An old established stand whereby you can make some money. Address Box -12, Herald. Money to Loan — Mortgage* 40 A SAFE and satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $2:10.000 available, low rates. long terms. L. S. Spangjer Agcy. 2nd Fl. 2nd Nafl Bank Bldg. MONEY to loan on first mortgage" .l^o. Geo. D. Hicks. Magerstown Trn st Kldg. Ph o ne Z 0 1 S. LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL Buckwheat. $:,.r,0; Pea, $7.00- Nut $8.00: Stove. $7.75: Egg. $7.25: Special Furnace. $5.75. (Hard coal, 25c per ton discount in truck loads cash on delivery only). POCAHONTAS "OIL TREATED" Pea. $6.00: Nut, $6,25: Stove. S7.00 BITUMINOUS pp.nn. Lump, $6.50: Mine Run $5.00; Truck" Loads, $4.50. PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComas St. Phone 2036 GUARANTEED 100% RED ASH Stove or nut. $7.75. Furnace. $.1.75 loads. Lykfms Vallev Coal, 217 S. Potomar. Phone 1129. C. Good Things To Eat PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state that you saw the advertisement in the HeraJd-Mail. This will immediately identify you as a progressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, and insure you the very best service. HOUSKS—4 j o <;uur,.- ( .v s -.-•'•"..""ii. 4S2 Park P1,W Pir Jj.^2!LHKALTY CO, 13 Summir Av ' Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 140 S. MULBERRY —Comfortable, cool room with porch; conveni- eiu-os. iTse of ph. Gent! em an pref. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 FURNISHED 3 rooms and bath: must be seen to be appreciated. Garage, janitor service; 655 S. Potomac. LA.RGE furnished front room with kitchenette; also one bedroom. Apply in!) W. Washington St. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms; all conveniences. MULBERRY ST.-S.-4SJ— 2 rooms for housekeeping. $2 and $2.50 per week. NICELY furnished apartment. No children. Apply after 5-:30. 602 Sunset Avenue. ROOMS completely furnished, bath, light, hot water. Summers Building, 36 N. Walnut St. TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 2nd floor, no children. Apply 109 E. Franklin St. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-329—3 rooms, newly furnished Frig-idaire, auto- hot water. Apjjly same. Real Estate For Rent Apartmenxs and Flats 74 APARTMENTS FOR RENT—3. 4 & 5 rooms each, with bath. Apply 15 N. Jonathan St. APTS.—S, 24 and 240 E. Wash. St., 22 N. Potomac, 1-1 W. Antietam. GROH REALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av APARTMENT—240 Summit Ave.. 1st floor; 3 newly decorated rooms and bath, new hardwood, hot water, automatic heat, janitor service; adults. Phone r,2D-R. ARLINGTON—143 East Antietam. 5 rooms. 2nd floor, east. References. 112 Broadway. Ph. 5CSR. APARTMENT—4 rooms and bath; all conveniences. Apply 25 North Avenue. ALL MODERN—5 rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E. Washington St. Call 133S-R. 57 i NEW APPLES—50c bu., tree run. Martin Storage. Middleburg Pike. PVR_n_5nffs Phone -103SF12. Household Goodi 19 FOR SALE—3 piece living room suite, large dining room suite; 3S S. Mulberry St. ON 1C (1) Model K-3-37 Kelvinator Electric Refrigerator in perfect shape. Was $11!!..10. Now S7D.50. -BOTIMAN-WAKNE. Juc. Phono -S.l 3.1 W. Franklin St. SPECIAL FOP. Fill, it SAT. New ?2<l..10 Dreamland Inner Spring 1 M,attres,st.'.s. Guaranteed t $12..10 New .1(1 Ib. Cotton Mattresses 4.1)5 .SMITH FURNITURE CO. C.1-C7 W. Franklin St. Phone 130.0 SPECIAL PRICKS on Inner Spring- .Mattresses. Forsyth Storag-e. Mill St. Phom,' S4fU. Open evening-^. U'ASHING machines repaired __. & wrlng-er rolls. Jones Appll. Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. USED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living 1 room suites, dinlne room suites, bedroom suites, stoves, heaters, washers, radios, combination coal & gas range, etc. Before buying see what we have to offer. Terms if desired. MEYERS & DERKSON. Inc. (1 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Office Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 60 REPOSSESSED watches of standard make and fully guaranteed. Will sell for balance due. Satim's, 21 N. Jonathan St. Specials in the Stores __ MONEY TO~~LOA i\~ mortgages. r>%. H. 1:> N. Jonathan St. P. Hartman MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. HOWE. 26 N. Potomac SI- MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-5-G Second Natl. Bank Bldg. ;1% MONEY for first mortgages. 11. T. Brewer. T, C. Lindscy. ;M4-15 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. Ph. 24SI 64 MEATS—For a delicious steak, c-hopn or roast, call H22. Xeal R. r>orsr-y- 21 3 ;. E. Franklin St. __ 65 Wearing Apparel KIS Ol'K great values in shoes. •100 pairs slightly used high priced slices fur i lie price you would like to pay. Stop in and see them at I'filae.k's, To minute modern shoe 1 l'l'll 1 'l!'' > lnig-. _.17 N. -Tonat h:inSf.. APARTMENT—105 East Antietam St., 2 rooms, dinette, kitchenette az-d biilh 1st floor. Poss. at once. Apply Blue Tavern, 23 N. Locust St. APTS. — 42 East Ave.. newly retln- ished, a rooms, Frigidaire. garage; 64 '/• VV. Franklin St.. modern rooms & , bath. Pbone262- W . A PApMENT— 1 1 2 EvVash. St. 5 rooms & bath, "nd floor, modern In every re.spect. 535. Phone 545. BEAUTIFUL APT.—2nd iloor, 5 rooms, 42U Summit Ave. Garage. Guv L. Doub . Phone 20Sr».L BUOADWAY-22 — First floor, 4 rooms <St bath. Apply 109% N. Potomac. Phone 1932 or 15S4W. COFFMAN AVE.-12—4 rooms, private bath and garage, $25.00, Phone 221G-J-2. DOWNTOWN—First floor, five room apartment, screened-in porch, refrigerator, Venetian blinds, $35.00. Reference required. Address Box 46, c-c. Herald-Mail. EAST AVE.-302—! rooms, tile bath, shower, Venetian blinds. All new. Apply 4SS Potomac Ave. 1'MIANKLLX .ST.-W.-G.1 — Furnished apartment for rent. Elmer K. Eyerly, Eycrly's Dept. Store. FREDERICK ST.-255—5 room newly papered, insulated, automatic heat, garage. Miss Kaplan. • MODERN 4 room apartment. All conveniences. ?22.50. Hagcrstown Realty Co., Realtors, 12 W. Franklin. Phone 1G6. ME ALE Y PARKWAY — 6 rooms, near High School, newly decorated- No small children. Phone SOC. OAK HILL AVE.—4 & 5 room apa"rt> ments; newly decorated. Automatic heat. Phone 25G4 or 2221M. LET a classified ad add your_pockecbook r ^ to n- ingle i room hou.x-, vapo- heat Gara^e._jphonft H:»7K. ' _ Farms and Land For Sale 83 ___ _ DAI R Y FARM— ""G radY A," e 5i' new ; brick house A. Phong 2 4 .1 S R or 101SW FARMS EXCHANGED— Desirable farm? in exchange for good, improved city property. t - Arcade md ^ 40 A., ample buildings, e'ectricitv running water, 32600. D M Ridenour. Smithsburg ' Houses For Sale 84 BUY OR BUILD under FHA direct F j™ -Federal[Savings & Loan Assn. •'•> N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 ~<tjfni\" '«"*•'• '"U r °om brick nome, §4200 Court Realty Company ->14 2nd National Bank Bldg. Ph 24 si. * . 4,^.—Modern 5 room; tuo; not water heat; gar- ag-e ana chicken house Call 'sisp 6 rms.. modern, KB owner left: town, sacrifice. T3S Gutlford Ave.—Bungalow 5 rrnT furnace and garagre, S2450. Term's" Farm 14 acres near Ring-sold" brick and frame dwl., bank barn. -variety choice fruit low price' HOLC terms. N. B.' Rowe. 26 V Potomac St. ... , or sale, just pleted. Paneled living and room, parquetry floors, very low N h^t H }? ND —54050 buys a double brick, all conveniences, good rent- ve i tm ? nt - ^ Iust be sold ^ ui Realty Co.. Arcade Bldg. M.AR TOWN—6 room house. 2 acres, city water, small down payment, balance as rent. John E. laylor Agy, 2nd Nat'l Bldg Ph S3S TWO Desirable homes in excellent l 0 ^ 110 " 8 : (1 > six room brick AV» ' a( ^ re of Around. ..Virginia Avenue, entire property in fine condition. $5500. This, price includ! es large brick building 30x40 in rear of above property. (2) seven room brick house. North Mulberry street, hardwood floors on first Jfant. SSOOo! " 6W " team h ^^ S W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agencv 2njj_Njumnal Bank Bids:. Lots For Sale 85 LOT—Along Big Pool-Indian Spring road; 2 acres. Apply 127 Elm St. NICE LOTS in good locations, $125 Lasy term?. We finance and build your new home. GROH REALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av J -. U O LOTS on Rose Hill Ave.." SiiO.OO each. Potomac Realty Co 106 Grico Hldg. Phone 2:»3. 1WO excellent bldg. lots. Fountain, ITead Height-s on Middleburg- Pi!<e. reasonable for cash. U S .Spang_2nd_Fl. 2nd X.tt'l P-ld\ ' Auctions—Lego Is Legal Notices OAK HILL-704 — 5 rooms, bath, screened porch, hardwood floor, insulated ceiling, refrigerator, oil heat. Call 1G61 or 1054. Rooms and_Board Rooms With Board t7 Livestock PROSPECT ST.-S.—Modern furnished or unfurnished apartment. Apply Mr.s. E. K. Eycrly. 216 S. Pro.*- J^lSUl 1 • p ' hon e _ ^ 0-M. SMALL Fumtsli^U Apartment-Light lumsi'ke* 1 ])!!!!^ fiicilitiys, private entrance,-. Apply 202 S. Prospect St. __^.__^ ; __.^™ ,1 rms. with el^c. refrigeration. Call at above or N. B. I:owe. 2G N. Potomac St. SUMMIT AVE. -133— 4-5 rooms. Cool and modern. Hardwood doors. Fireplace. Automatic heat. Central. SAFETY FIRST BTJV A CF.UT1FIKD CAR 5 Pays Driving Trial 30 Days <iuarantfi> FLKH7U .MOTOIl <:O. T,70 Oak Hill Av.-k Phone 2300 Autos For Hire 12 C UAH AM CUSTOM—1:.«\ low rates. S.u> WashiiiK'ton all «\-cv all day. ?H'. PATL H, JOHNSON". BjLJSJness Service Business Service Offered 18 Dogs, Cats, Other Pet* . 47 WHY not be^-in right by raising pure bred rabbits. Kverybmiy admires Xeu- Xeal.'iiul Keds." S37~Con- eo_rd St. Poultry and Supplies 41 lit'lLD y.uir puliets iu>\\- i'or the fomiiiK' laying- scasuji with (*(">N- Kl-IY'S V. '..'. CKOWIXC, MASII. Cive it a trial. HO W A KD'S. 7 K. C I 'STO M ~1I A T. C H1 N<V"^^M~^shaTi Hatchery. .Memorial Blvd., 10. Phone 'JG2.1. Chicks on .sale at HitwnriVs l-"eed Store. Tliojic SOT,. WEST SIDE AVE.-222—Room and hoard with private family. Garage _ I^hone 100 S-M. _ _ ' I Rooms Without Board 68 i __ j i A l''ii\\' desirable rin.'tn.s va.-ant at < the MAULr.OliO Jlotel. Reason-i able: 22 S. Potomac St. | vElsi-.st floor ir- plnce. hardwood, range, liot water. gar. 422 Summit Ave. Ph. 1925W. S f ; N : si-:T A vTT 007 — " FurnisYed apartment, modern ; also 3 room apartment; private- bath: 3.1 E. Baltimore St. Apply 607 -Sunset Ave. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Martin V. B. Bostetter vs. The' Princess Luncheonette and Soda Shoppe, Inc., and Nettie V. Gra'y, in-' dividually trading as The Prfncess- Luncheonette and Soda Shoppe. No. 13S44 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Wash- Notice is hereby given to all per-, sons having- claims against-the above named defendants to file the same with the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Washington County, prop-' erly authenticated, on or before the 23rd day of August, 1D3?. or they will otherwise be barred from participating in the assets of the said defendants, in the hands of the Trustee named in the above entitled: cause. CHAS. W. WOLF. Court Auditor. : Classified Display Public Sale Y-2'.t — Well furnished bedroom. Centlen'.an. Private faniilv. Phone 11'.'-, 1. LA.R<;M. nici-ly furnislied front bed- fnotti in privaii- hcrtu-. Must l><seen to li<- appreciated. I'se of ph'iiit. 1 . Apply 114 I'.roatiway. WASHINGTON SQ.—."• room apart- nu'iit, newly decorated. u.!so 2 rooms- it private bath, furnished. Mrs. H. f.. Kr,fMsi*\v. I'hone 1.124. WIL'LIA'MS 1 J O1RT —2 n~w imxi'ern 1st tloc.tr apartments. 4 large rooms. batli. garage, large front porch. IV,' K. Potomac. Wmspt. Ph. 2641.1 :T7""i-\\i"R"f : Ti:6r-'.\r.r Av H^-i'uriTTshTd j apartmesi's. IV^ of phono ;i::u L;';: T-au 1 --. _ Business P'aces for Rent 75 SATURDAY. AUGUST i, At 2 p. m. 1240 Pope Ave. Two metal beds- and springs, dresser,• wash stand, kitchen cabinet, buffet.' rockers and chairs, 2 tables, porch .swing, 3 Cnngoleum rugs, lot dishes, garden tools, plow, lawn mower, lot jars, seven bu. new potatoes. TERMS—Cash. L. A. SHIPLEY. JT C. Snydor, Auct. YOU'LL oe surprised at the values ivhict are offered daily in the Merchandise Merchandise Articles for Sale ° ak GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glas.s Shop, H N. Locust. Ph, 2f,:'3W ATTKNTlOX FARMERS — New ,<t used pipe .^- !'uti::gs for cow Ms. i'i;->e mt it threaded 51 WEST SUM-: AV!-:.-123--Furnisheil !>edr.)o::i. hot wuto bath., all co;i- Houses for Rent 77 KQrn\Ml-:XT CO., M HA<;KRSTOWN COO!"* ino:vv is yavcr! fiv h;:y:nc ve. Ph. 14«|tho olassiri.-d ads. pricos :•'<>!! KENT—-! louse. la\v:i, era.rden, !;ot \v;it.e- b.eat, bath. Dual hicrhu-ay rt r->iiie>; :';-i.t:u i fa ^ersi,own. Possos- si'-n Sept. 1st. I'hone 1372 or 137 W. Washington S:. RECONDITIONED Electric Refrierators i: Wurlif/.ers. Priced S 4 0.00 A- up Terms as lo\v as $1.10 Weekly SHOCKEY FURXlTrRE CO. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 OH. DIANA! Neutral Neighbor Y SAY? WHO YA (CALLIN' A ; NOW; Miz. P/2OUTY- - yy OUT'N KAU YA WOULDN'T &EALLY MOOT OL< M.AN, \VOVLD YA 7 WAL. C'MON^\ AND f=/<SHT~ \ ffCUNIC~- \ \

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