The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 5, 1939 · Page 5
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1939. NINE These Classified Ads Tell You How To Get What You Want When You Want It Hb'RALD-MAIL Ad 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 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 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 08 per line Six times 00 per line Ads ordered for three or six times knd 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 •ame day and S 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- Tier as to hrln_g_the greatest r CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements under the following classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order lor quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Mernoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goods. 5—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. IS—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 1G—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires, Parts, Accessories. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE IS—Business Service Offerer 1 ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 1$£>—Welding and Brazing. 1 a—Building- and Contracting. 20—Cleaning, Dyeing. Renovating. 21—Dressmaking' and Millinery. 22—Heating. Plumbing. Roofing. 23'—Insurance and Surety B.ond. 24—Laundering. 2S—Moving. Trucking, Storage. 20—Painting. Papering. Decorating. 27—Printing. Engraving. Binding. 2S—Professional Service. ;;;i—Repairing and Rctlnishlng. 2DA—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoo Repairing. 20C—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. 31—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT J!2—Help Wantcd-'-Fcmalo. 33—Help Wanted—Male. 34—Help—Male ancl Female. 35—Solicitors, Canvassers. Agents. 36—Situations Wanted—Female. 37—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 33—Business Opportunities. 3;i—Investments. Stocks. Bonds. 3!' A—Investments. 40—Money to Loan, Mortgages. 41 —Wanted—To Buy. 41.\ —Wonted—-To I'.nrrow. KEEDYSVILLE Kccclysville; July 31. Mrs. John YVishnrd and daughter, Phyllis Ann, of Hagerstown. were recent guests on the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Kavey :md »on. of Auburn, Ncbr., and daughter, Evelyn, oC California, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Eavcy, Mrs. Nellie Enstcrclay and son. Billy, of Middletown, were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eastcrday. Mr. and Mrs. JTogan Jones, of Delaware, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Swain. Mr. and Mrs. Fogle and niece, of Washington; Miss Agnes lloffmas- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, of Frederick, were recent, visitors of Mrs. Ella Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Morgan and isons. Ponnie and D wight; Mrs. Georgette At hey nnd Miss Susan Athcy motored to Baltimore Sunday and spent the day wiih Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyd Athey and daughter and other friends. Robert Hammond and sister, Nancy, spent homecoming week in Boonsboro with Mr. and Mrs. Bela "Warrenfcltz. Miss Lottie Swain, of Glen Echo is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Martin and son of Hagerstown, were recent guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs 'A. H. Snivel}'. Pittsburgh Wins in Extra Inning Pittsburgh. AUK. -t (/P).—Spasms of wildness by two New York Giants pitchers enabled the Pittsburgh Pirates to capture their scries opener today 3 to 2 in 11 innings. Mel Ott gave the Giants a two- run lead in the first inning by hitting his -Oth homer of the season behind Harry Danning's double. But in the seventh Harry Gumhert weakened to give a single and two walks, tho second coming with the bases loaded, and the tying run crossed on a doub' play. In the llth Cliff Melton filled the bases on a single and two walks and Fern "Bell singled homo the •winning run. Now York .. 200 000 000 0<V-2 7 1 Pittsburgh . 000 000 COO «'tl — 3 !> 1 Gumbort, Melton, Lynn nnd Banning. gawell, Bauers and Barre*. PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state t*hal 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. INSTRUCTION 2—Correspondence Courses. 3—Local Instruction Classes. 4—Musical. Dancing, Dramatics. 5—Private Instruction. i"A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK 7—Dog-s, Cats, Other Pets. S—Horses, Cattle. Other Stock. 0—Poultry and Supplies. 0—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 1—Articles for Sale. 1A—Barter and Exchange. 2—Beats and Accessories. '•j —Building 1 Materials. 4—Business and Office Equipment. 5—Farm and Dairy Products. C—Feed and Fertilizer. 6A—Coal and Wood. 7—Good Things to Eat. S—Homemade Things. !)—Household Goods. 0—Jewelry. Watches, Diamonds. 1—Machinery and Tools. 2—Musical Merchandise. 2A—Radio Equipment. ,''.—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. 4—Specials in the Stores. fi—Wearing: Apparel. G—Wanted—To Uuy. ROOMS AND BOARD 7—Rooms with Board. S—Rooms without Board. fi—Rooms for Housekeeping-. 0—Vacation Places. 1—Where to Eat. 2—Where to Stop in Town. 3—Wanted—Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 4—Apartments and Flats. r.—Business Places for Rent. G—Farms and Lands for Rent. 7—Houses for Rent. 7A—Garages for Rent. S—Offices and Desk Room. 0—Shore and Mountain—For Rent, s 0—S u b urban—F o r R e n t. 1—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I-—Brokers Real Estate. 2—Business Property for Sale. 3—Farms and Lands for Sale. •1—Houses for Sale. MA—Garag-es for Sale, -if.—Lots for Sale. fi—Shore, Mountain. Lake for Sale. 7—Suburban—For Sale. S—To Exchange—lieal Estate. 'J—Wanted — Boa! Estate. AUCTION'S—LEGAL 0—Auction Sales. 1—Losral Notices. Announcements Personals ATTENTION WORLD'S FA.1R VISITORS Rooms Private Home. Free Parking. Write reservations. GM:: IHNth St., Long Island. York. (World's Fair Boulevard). BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DlCLPHEY'S. :'.! E. Franklin St. Phone r>. 1LATE Roollng—SpfM'ia li/.ing leaking roi'l's; ronfs •painted. Phone "II!I7. Bill's Uoi.llllg ''". . Lost, Strayed, Found 10 OST—Picture Odd Follows Temple: also tablet.. Reward. Phone ____ Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 L'JIRYSI.KK COUPE—With rumble cat. Very gnud shape, will sell heap. Wi'-ite Box •"'". o-o .Herald. FuT~SA"i7K~w". M? 'fioiTit..^ IICIS Jjodgc heavy-duty 1 IL- ln ". long whcolbasi'. complete with body; also cnnrroto mixer. Apply Mrs. W. M. P.eatty. Funk.stown Hill. \DD TO SUM M KITS PLEASURE WITH A GOOD USED CAR These cars you'll be proud to own it prices that will make you proud if your investment. i:>:'»7 CHRYSLER Sedan, lit",7 DODGK Sedan. 11137 PLYMOUTH Sedan. IIK',7 Ff'MIO Sedan, with Radio. l!«3ti DOOOE Trg. Sod'n, with R.'ullo Many Other Makes and Models to Ki-lect from, $2"t.OO tip Lowest Finance Rates in Town MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 'Distributors Chrysler & Plymouth" r.t'.-f,2 W. Frankl'in St. Phono 2.">00 T.I37 FORP .nix. <"o:«-h tMuroon). l!i:;<! FORP Pl.x. Fm-dor (Green). 1'.i:',<•> FtiKP Coach (Mack). 1:1:!.% FORP Plx. C.-:tch. i;i:M FOKP Coach (P.luel. r.133 FORP Coaeh U.'laek). I!i3i'i PLYMOUTH Sedan (Brown). .U2 FORP C.mpo (Blue). T.»37 FORD Pick-up (Green). I'.'.'Ui FORP K>7" Stake Rody. i:•:;•! C.IIKV.ROI.ET pu-k-up (Blue). NICWMAN AUTO CO. Smithshurg, Md. _ Phonc_7;l S~\""FK™~TI L\NSI>6RTAT1 ON Fnr t lie occupants of the cax Is the responsibility of the mvner. I'.uy an "(>K <'.u:\ra ntciMl, Reconditioned Used Car" and be assured that Safety is a major reconditioning feature. Read the following Specials and make your choice today. Easiest Terms in Town l'.i"S dlKYROI.E'r Master De.Lux* Town Sedan. Rlue, wonderful condition throughout. Only $.~ inn? OLPSMOU.ILE "S" Sport Sedan. Black, radio & !>eater._it_ excellent condition. Only ?"'•'• r,t."S rilKVROl.F.T Sedan Delivery Nice \- clean throughout. A bargain at $•''•>" I OSS 1'ONTIAC Sport Coupe. Black, nlC.G condition ... J5C5 1938 CHEVROLET I Vi ton cab chassis 131" W. G.. 10 tiros, perfect S- I0;n KORP Fmxlor S'dnn. black $.u. r i.... i FORD Tudor. Rlack. nice running conditio L\ SAL1.1-: Sedan, black, cleat IOSG upholstery, good tires, mccluui- ically pei-feel SCO" LA SALLK Sport Coupe. A hoant iful blue snappy car. i perfect condition through out ?"'G 10,"G CHEVROLET Master Po Luxi Sport Sedan, black, perfect ?"" I9;!b FORD Tudor. Gray A roa clean oar . . ..... .. S-'.'. t?r,,"> FORP Sport Cmipo. Black. .-' real value $-4 TRUCKS CHEVROLET'S ^ FORDS Stakes — Panel." — Pick-upa .Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOl'FMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 3l.t W. Washington St. Phono 458 Look for tho Bipr Noon Siprn "Between the Railroads" N«>W IS THE TIME TO BUY A USEFUL USED CAR THAT IS SAFETY TKSTKP ANP RKAPY TO ROLL U.n'.s i ii.r>.SMOP.lLV: "f." •! ur. Sedai built-in trunk, can't be 10! from new. l;i2S OLDS.MOIULE dr. Sedan automat i Built - in trunk, t ransmission. 10,">S PONT1AC "f." 2 dr. Sedan Built-in trunk. 1TO7 OLPSM OP-ILK "fi" 2 <lr. Sedan. 1!«r,r, <M>PSMOB1LK "6" Trg. Sednn li^.O cUKVr.OLl-'.T Mstr. DfOL. 4 0 Sedan built-in trunk. T.-r.r, «'nr'.\'lVM.F.T M-~rr. PeL. Cone 1 '.•",:. • >L1 >S. \jor.l l.K "S" 2 dr. Seila I'.adio ,\L- h'->:iTer A roa! bn n t ...................... ? :'• ' I •••:'. I « >I i is.Mor.n.K "tV TJ-R. Se.l.-i U'.-.:-. <'HKYROLU.T M.-;r. PeL. Sd r, 1 "^ FORD -I oyl. C«nrh. Open F.vr-,iT-c'< T'v,: : .l 1'"* O'Clork ,T. S. SNOWBF.RGKR A- SONS 219 E. Washington St. Phon« SOi 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 VACATION SPECIALS Be ready to Go Places and Enjoy our Vacation in one of our BUICK SAFETY CONDITIONED' sed Cars. SELECT ONE OF THESE TODAY S BUICK 41 Trg. Sedan. 7 BUICK 47 Trff. Sedan. 7 PONTIAC DeLuxe Coupe. 7 'BUICK 67 Trg. Sedan. 7 BUICK SI Trg. Sedan. 7 FORD DeL. Trg. Coach. 7 DODCE B. Coupe. 5 CHEVROLET Std. Bus. Coupe. 4 PONTIAC Trg. Sedan. 4 FORD Bus. Coupe. These cars have been thoroughly AFETY CONDITIONED THE U1CK WAY in our own shop and re now ready to deliver to you he Thousands Of Miles Of Unused ransportation that are still in hem. Liberal Trade Allowances and Financing Terms THE USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 The Thumma Motor Co. Buick Dealer SAFETY FIRST BUY A CERTIFIED CAR 5 Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLEIGH MOTOR CO. G70 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 Autos For Hire 12 RAHAM CUSTOM—15c, low rates. See Washington all over all day, $10. PAUL H. JOHNSON. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 LASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. hop, 11 N.Locii s tPjijiW Radio Repairing 18-C .AD1OS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 0:00 P. M. TAR-BART BROS. r>_g W Washington St. P_hon_e_2ij_ Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 AXl-CABS. TRUCKS AND TRUCK A.RGO INSURANCE— See us before buying. Easy payment plan. Can file with J. C. C. and the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles for any and all states. HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY 7 Summit Ave. Phone 1293 Repairing and Refinlshing 29 J. GACK—KeupholRtering & re pairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable nrioes Ph. 305G 28 R Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 V ANTED—Middle-aged white woman for general housework. Small family. C17 N. Prospect. /"ANTED—White girl for general housework. Apply 202 N. Potomac st.reet. ________^ Help Wanted—Male UGH School Graduate for outside selling. Local retail establishment. Reply in own handwriting to Box -IS. c-o Herald-Mail. -•HRITAN LASTERS Wanted. Apply I lagersUnvn Shoe & Legging Co.. W. Kranklm St. INGLE MAN to work on farm by month. Phone -10.1 7 K22. ALESMAN—Experience not necessary. Good opportunity for the riprht man to make money. Maryland Motor Co.. .Inc.. iiO-G- W. Franklin St. Phono 2*>00. . .iNTED — Experienced salesman for automotive jobbing concern to call on trade. In ChamhershurK .fc vicinity. References. Write Box •17. .1 lo'rald-.Mail. nl'N'G MEN over 111. for chain store. Full details by letter only. Box 'IOS. lintel Dammar. SALESMEN—Commission & bonus: slight, knowledge of music helpful. Car optional. :!"!' N. Potomac St.. Saturday, .". to 6 P. M. or Mondav. ;> to 11 A. M. Help—Male and Female jAPY as housekeeper or man and wife on farm. Man who -docs not drink. Write Box :•:?, c-o Herald.__ Financial Business Opportunity 38 <"OR SALK—Grocery Store Stock nud Equipment. Good location. Going business. ?700. Storeroom rent, at present location, $lfi. J. P. Kisecker. _Wayneshoro. Pe.nna. ^ Money io Loan—Mortgages 40 V SAFE and satisfactory Farm Loan plan. SU.IO.OOO available, low rates, long terms. L. S. Spangler Agcy.. 2nd iri - n N Ba_nU rDTTH JuTLD~ o r RE F1 N A N C E your home with a Ions term Federal direct roduc.tion mortijasc loan. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. N. .liiiialhnn_SL Tol. 1001 \K)NEY~to loan on first mortpaRe. fi r ,',i Goo. D. HI c Us. Hujicrstoxvn Trust l*l<lp. Phoii6_3lH8. ION E Y TO LOAN—On eood tirst morteraKCs, r>7o. H- P- Hartman IS N. Jonathan St. .MONEY TO LOAN ON MOilTG AG ICb N B. ROWE. 26 N Potomac St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MOUTi ', AG Efa \V. MURRAY BAECHTEL Acrcncy .'"„ MONEY for tirst mortgages. H T. Browor. T. C. l.indsey. L'H-l! 2nd Natl. Bank Hldgr Ph. MSI Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pet« RABBITS—And Hutches. Harry Pfibort. Cavoiown pike, 2 1 i- mile.- Horses, Cattle. Other Stock 4 •3POTTEP Poland sow ami 7 pics ( \veeks ohH for sale. II. II. Guth He. Paramount. = -— Poultry and Suppilca 4 cTfsTOM i LATC i i i NG I latchery. Memorial Phono '.i62.l. Chicks Howard's Feed Store. 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 cl'dir t have the courage to try our Want Ads and find out all about them. Livestock Poultry and Supplies 49 ^OULTRYMEN—Don't wait until the worms make culls out of your pullets. Treat them early with Dr. SALSBURY'S BOTA-CAPh. Easy to use. HOWARD'S, * E- Balto. St. Phone SOC. Merchandise Articles for Sale VTTENT10N FARMERS — New & u^ed pipe & fittings for cou stanchions- o spec. EOU1PMENT CO.. Md. Ave. Ph. 140 J , \ND BOX double cleaning u: Cost ?21<JO; will sacrifice lor & cash. Good running- order, ^Can^ seen in operation at Laundry. Giir, S.. Potomac St. , Individual TOOL OUTFIT For 417 West Ant.Ietam BLACKSMITH Sale. Cheap. S i. ELECTRIC FANS—Desk fans, exhaust fans & air circulators. Closing- utu desk fans at special yrr- Jlag'erstown ^Equipment Co., J. A vo. Phone 14 G. "ew ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts— & used motors, control devices, w e repair & rewind all sizes, any make or type. Green wait Llectric Co. Phone 397. . DESKS, chairs, files, safes, counter scales, meat cases. colTcc grinder meat grinder & block, etc. Good used equipment at a savings. MAGKRSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Maryland Ave. Phone 140. [>l'|.;—Lump or ground. $4 and $C ier T. Sack and delivery extra. Phone 4(MOF.12. OUT OF PAWN— Conn E FI. Alto Sax portable typewriters, cameras. largest, assortment of unredeemed ritles & shotguns in the state. Har>'' s I -oa n_O Hi ce.^i r; N . .lo n at h an _ St. & tures—Sinks. Heating Fix. Lavatories & Tubs. Arcola Heaters. Heating Boilers 4S; Radiation. Guaranteed condition. Bargain prices. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp. :;o-l w Church St. Pho_ne__l.p:i.D__ Farm and Dairy Products 55 OTATOIOS— r.y bu. or truck load. P. (\ Uerlist, : l milo.s JCast of Hag-- PE~A(:iI10S—All earl.' varieties. Start .luly :U. \V. P. YVoavor. Ii'.lue Mt. J_r..:}ui r_d._ .Bh_._l " F22_Sni.mjsVvii,rg. Coal and Wood 56-A DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Roar o'.i W. Antictam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phone 'JOO-'JOl FOll BETTER COAL CALL THK C.LEX COAL CO. Phone K'SU Robert. R. Norris. manager. -Kit; W. Franklin St. Our prices and quality can't be beat. 100% Ly Icons Valley hard coal stoker size. No. 1. ?.T..OO per ton. Pea $G.."iO: Nut ?7.u'.': Stove Si.:>0, and Egg $7.00. i;ei»rges Creek run-nf-mine . iOvo lump" S't.r.O; (\t;-g. 1 ||( 'T^ lump ?r,.r,o. Kit;:miller, oil t roa tod stoker :?."..7.L This prior for mouth «>f Aug. '"Uy. "i^YTTTTNs'vALLEY" HARD COAL Btn-kwhoat. ?:>.r.O: Pea. $7.f)iJ: Nut. $8.00: Stove. 57.7T.; Egg. $7.25: Special Furnace. $."..75. (Hard coal, 25c per ton discount in truck loads, cash on delivery only). POCAHONTAS "OIL TREATED" Pea. $600: Nut $t',.i:r>; Stove. $7.00. CI TUMINOUS Tenn. Lump. ST..50: Mino Run. $:> uO: Truck Loads. ?•«.:>(». PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComns St._ _P_honc _-03 ~cl'A"RT\XTKl-:T r ^"o"0'"< RED ASH Stove or nut, $7.75. Furnncc. $-"'. loads. Lyken; Valley Coal. ^17 S. Potomac! Ph'Mie n L''. 1 C. Burgess. Merchandise Household Goods 59 USED FURNITURE 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 we have to offer. Terms if desired. MEYERS & BERKSON. Inc. 41 & 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. Saum's, 21 N. Jonathan St. Specials in the Stores 64 .MEATS—For a delicious steak-, chops or roast, call 022. Neal R. Dorsey- 31Vf. E. Franklin St. Wearing Apparel 65 SEE OUR great values in shoes. •100 pairs slightly used high priced shoes for the price you would like to pay. Stop in and see them at Polack's, 10 minute modern shoe rem od e 1 i n g. ~,1 N. Jonathan St. Rooms and Board Rooms With Board 67 WEST SIDE AVE.-222—Room and board with private family. Garage. Phone 1098-M. Rooms Without Board 68 A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable: 2^ S. Potomac St. NICELY furnished bedroom, hot & cold water in room: use of phone and garage. 550 Summit Ave. NORTH END—Front room. well furnished: gentleman preferred. Apply CC5 Oak Hill. WEST SIDE AVE.-12.1— Furnished bedroom, hot wate- bath, all conveniences. Porch. MO : cool once ?. M 'JLBERRY — Comfortable. room with porch: con von is. I 'se <">f__ph._Genj ioman pr Rooms For Housekeeping 69 FURNISHED 3 rooms and bath; must be scon to be appreciated. Garage, janitor service: 1555 S. Po- tomae. LARGE furnished front room with kitchenette: also one bedroom. Apply 1)1 :i "U". Washington St. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms: all conveniences. N1CKLY furnished apartment, children. Apply after 5:30. Sunset Avenue. ROOMS completely furnished, bath licrht. hot water. Summers Building. :'0 N. Walnut St. TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 2nd floor, no children. Apply lO'.i E. Franklin St. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-:',2'.'— '.', rooms ue\vly furnished Frigidaire, auto- hot water. Apply same. ______ Real Estate For Rent Apartmems and Flats 74 Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 Auctions—Legols Legal Notices 91 AVE.-102—i rooms, tile bath, shower, vemitian blinds. All new. Apply -1SS Potomnc Ave. FRANKLIN ST.-W.-G." — Furnislied apartment for rout. Elmer K. Ey- eiiv, .Eyerly's l^cpt. .-'Lore. FREDERICK ST. -l'."~, — r, room newly papered, insulated, automatic boat, ^arayr-. Miss Kaplan. " - :.' n < i f 1 o < • : • , HAMILTON* BLVD.-] '.', rooms, tiled bath, insulated: H'araK' 1 porch, .MODERN' 4 room apart nn-n i. All conveniences, $i'2.r,ii. I labors town Realty Co., Realtors, 12 \V. Franlc- lin. i'hone ]i;«. OAK HILL-704 — f, rooms, hath. screened porch, '.inrdwood floor, insulated ceiling', refrigerator, oil hear.. Call 1CC1 or ]0o4. PROSPECT ST.-.S.—.Modern furnished or unfurnished apartment. Apply Mrs. K 1C. Eyerly, 2 1 G S. Prospect St. Phone :>70-M. SMALL Furnished Apartment-Lig-ht housekeeping- facilities, private entrance. Apply 202 H. Prospect St.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— EHtate of. Charles F. Coodell, deceased. N'otic-e is hereby given, Thar, the subscriber has obtained from ihf-. orphans' Court of Washington I'ounty. Letters Testamentary on the cstatf of Charles F. Coodell, late of said county, deceased. All persons having (.•/lims against said deceased are lu-ivhy warned to exhibit same \vith the vouchers thereof, legally authentirated, to the subscriber on or bt.-fort- the 28th day of February next.; they may otherwise, by law, l>e e:-:chid"d from ail he.nefit of said • •slat..-. AIL persons indebted to .said •"•stati; are ivq>ie..stvd to make immediate, payment. (livi-n under my hand tli':; 2S^h day of July A. D. If*:; 1 .). OUACK C1-:CJL GOOD ELL, Executrix. SUMMIT AVF.-:::'.•!—2nd floor apartment, r. rooms it hath, excellent condition. Can be seen any time be-fore fi P. M. Possession Sept. 1st. Call 4047.F2. SLiMMIT AVK.-'Jlti—First lloor. :> large rooms, bath, hardwood floors, fireplace, porches, g-arage. adults. Phone 207UW after 5 P. M. NOT 1C K TO CREDri.'ORH— Estate of Sarah A. McCusker, deceased. Notice 155 hereby given. That the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington County, 'Letters Testamentary on the estate of Sarah A. McCusker. late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims as'ainst said deceased are. hereby warned to ex- hiilut same with the vouchers thereof, leg-ally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 21st dny of February next: they inay • therwise, by la\v. be excluded from j,H benefit or" said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are re- luested to make immediate pay- nent. CUven under our hands this 21st day of Julv A. D. 10:;It. AM[ c. KAI:M, MARGARET K. DASHER, SUMMIT AVK.-70!!—Furnished ?, and f> rrns. with elec. refrigeration. Call at above or N. B. Rowe, 2G N. Potomac St. SUMMIT AVE.-133—4-5 rooms. Cool and modern. Hardwood floors. Fireplace. Automatic heat. Central. SUMMIT A VET-' 1~sT— 1 s t floor, fireplace, hardwood, range, hot water, g-ar. 422 Summit Ave. Ph. 192DW. SUNSET AVE • i'07 — Furnished apartment, njodern; also 3 room apartment; private bath: .'55 E. Baltimore St. Apply 607 Sunset Ave. WASHINGTON SQ.—5 room apartment, newly decorated, also 2 rooms it private bath, furnished. Mrs. H. L. Kneisley. Phone K>24. W1LLIAMSPORT— 2 new modern 1st floor apartments. 4 large rooms, bath, graraere, larg-e front porch. 119 F". Potomac. Wmspt. Ph. 2G41. 37 FAIRGROUND AYE.—Furnished apartments. Use of phone arid ' Business P'aces for Rent 75 FASI-JJONLAND store room with fixtures; can be leased reasonable. Write "Box HI, Herald. LARGE warehouse, facing: street. •! blocks from Public Square. Rent reasonable. Phon.= 1702. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT—House, lawn, garden, hot water heat, bath. Dual highway 6 miles from Hagerstown. Possession Sept. 1st. Phone 1372 or 137 W. Washington St. MOUSES—HO Guilford Ave., 376 S. Cannon. 402 Park Place, etc. GKOH REALTY CO., 13 Summit Av LOCUST ST.-N.-539—G room brick, all modern conveniences. Possession Sept. 1. Phone 27f>0. MULBERRY AVK.-SCS—On bus route near High School. Apply 870 Mulberry Ave. Phone 1M::-R. Sept. 1st. POTOMAC ST.-S.-224—G rooms and bath. Possession at once. Phone OAK HILL—Nice G or 3 room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awnings, porches, hot water heat, carage. Immediate possession. Telephone IOC. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For Sale 83 FARMS EXCHANGED— Desirable farms In exchange for good, improved city property. S W. Sowers. Agt., Arcade Bldg. Establish 1S04. 10 A., ample buildings, electricity, running water, ?2GOO. D. M. Ridenour, Smithsbtirg. Houses For Sale 84 BUNGALOW — C.uilfnrd Ave.. al conveniences, well located. Bargaii $2450. Loans, Ins., Bonding. John L. Swain Agency. APARTMENT—11 W. Wilson Blvd. ", mums., entirely private, bath, large closets, attic, modern gas range, shades, automatic, heat .t hot water, concrete garage. Apply same after V J*. M. Good Things To Eat 57 NEW API'LICS- Mart in Storage Op on evenincs 5Uc bu., tree run. Middlchurg Pike. Phone 40r,SF12. APARTMKNTS FOR RENT—:',. 4 ^ ."' rooms each, with bath. Apply 15 N. .Innathan St. APTS^—S." 21 nnd 2^' E. \Vash. St., 22 N. Potom.-H-. 15 \Y. AnTietarn. (?ROH UKAL't'Y CO.. 1" Summit Av Household Good* 5S FOR SALIC—-", piec suite, large dining S. Mulberry St. e living room room suite; 3S ONE (I) Model ":U" Maytap: Gaso- lino Washer, slightly xisod. In A-l condition. Was $i:U'.r.O. Now ?70.r.O. BOHMAN-WARXE. Inc. TMione S.". ' :'.:• W. Fi-iinkUn S_t .„... _... -— VT Inner APARTMICNT—210 Summit Ave.. 1st lloor: 3 newly decorated rooms and bath, new hardwood, hot water, automatic boat, innitor service: _adult.x._ Phone ;.2?-R. 1 A~!T\RTM!CNT—~4 roiuus and bath: all co::venier.ees. Apply 25 North Avenue. __^ A~LL~M O D~E R N—5 rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E. Washington St. Call 133S-R. Classified Display Notice* Classified Display Public Sale OF .DKSlRAfiLK RPJSlUEXCE PROPERTY ON BROWN AVENUE HA'rKKSTO\VN. r,y virtue oi' a power of sale contained In a mortgage dated April 1, BID FOR TRANSPORTATION The undersigned .solicits bids for "urnishing bus and transporting jupils from the school districts mentioned below. Sealed bids will received up until 2:00 P. M., Thursday, August 10. 1. Chapel Woods to Surrey School. Hagerstown. 2. Binghams to Sandy Hook. ::. St. Paul's to Clearspririg. 4. Charlton and St. Paul's, Gth grade arid above and Wilsons, high school pupils to Clearspring. Copy of specifications may be secured at the office of the Board of Education. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. BO~ARD OF EDUCATION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY .1. Lloyd T-farshman. President. 1( 0.i I -- ^-. fc ^ T *^»^,\_Jl^^7i u.-.), between the hours of one and three o'clock p. rn.. la front <jl the Court House ia Hasrerstown -\laryland, all that pare*! ,'jt ground .situate in Haser.sto\vn. Maryland and fronting luo ;:->•; o .i the north side ol Urovva Avt-cuf- n-.a t/yt^nd iris hack thercfroni with u'niform width in a northerly direction 13y feet, more or Jess, b-ung- Lots N'o< '> and G on the Plat of "B'-owr'a Second Addition to J-fagftrstowr" ''Cs recorded in Plat Record No. I Folio :;-i, being- the same property convA-- e<l to Albert E. Baker from Thompson A. Brown, unmarried, hy deed dated March ul, 1'jll. and Accorded in J^ibfer K;.", Folio 6:i.S. This property is improved by a two-story single brick dwelling- house with slate roof known as No. S22 Brown Avenue containing-six rooms, bath, and all modern conveniences. Possession upon ratification and compliance with terms of sale TERMS OF SALE:—One half cash on day of sale or the ratification thereof by the Court, and the balance in one year from the day of sale with interest thereon from the day of sale, the deferred payment to be secured by the note of the purchaser with approved security, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. A $200.00 cash deposit will be required on the day of sale. ROBERT H. McCAULEY, Assignee. Jos. C. Snyder, Auctioneer. Public Sale SPECIAL FOR FR1. ^ N«-w $'-•!• 50 Dreamland Spring Mat tresses. Guaranteed New 5ii Hi. Cotton Mattr SMITH FURNITURE r,5-f,r W. FnuikUu 'St APARTMENT—lof. ICast Antietarn St., - rooms, dinette, kitchenette and bath 1st floor. Poss. at once. Apply I'.lue Tavern. 23 N Locust St. APTS. — -12 East Ave.. newly reftn- ished, 5 rooms, Frigidaire. garage: 64V. 1 W FranHlin St.. modern. 5 rooms it bath. Phone 262-W. APART.MI-:NT—112" E. Wash. St. s nd lloor. modern tn j;;5. Phone 5-t5. BROADWAY—G room brick home "S-l"00. Court Realty Company. ^1 ^nd National Bank Bldg. Ph.^lMJT HHiTTllAND WAY—Nice homo, gooc coml.. G rms., modern. garage owner left town, sacrifice. Guilford Ave.—Bungalow. 5 rms. furnace and parage, $lM.">i\ Terms Farm 1-1 acres near Ringrprold brick and frame dwl.. bank barn variety choice fruit, low price 11OLC terms. N. 15. Rowc. ^G > Potomac St. ^ .\EA~R Wash inert on Square. G-i'M^I room house: excoll'-nt cotnliti'ii Price ?-.S()0 cash if s»M in iw NO"RTTl~E"NT5—SI'.'T'U buys a double brick, all conveniences. pr<iod rental investment. Must be sold quick. Stroll;! Realty Co.. Arcade Bhltc. _ NEAR TO\VX—G room house, 1! acres, city water, small down payment, balance, as renf. John i-1. Taylor ARV. 2nd N'at'l I'ldp. Ph. S3S - \V(.) desirable homes in excellent locations: (1) six room brick ho;:se. 1-1 acre of ground. Virgitiia Avenue, entire properly in line conilitlon. J.'.'iOO. This price includ- | vs lar^e brick buiklinsr ".0x40 in rear of above property. (-) seven room brick house. North Mulberry Street, hardwood floors on first lloor. brand new steam heating plant. ?.".or'0. W. MTUKAY BAECI1TET. Aprcncy •Jnd National P.ank BldLr. Of Tract of Land with Improvements, situate in Williamsport District, Washington County. Maryland, TUESDAY, AUGUST STH. :vj. By virtue or a power of sale contained in a mortgage dated March 17. 1930. and recorded in Liber No. 1S5. folio 1D4. ,one of the Land Records of Washington County. Maryland, from Ernest Walter Hoffman, et ux, to Harry K. Powlcs, Trustee in Equity Cause No. 7.011 in the Circuit Court for Washington County, Maryland, default having been in the payment of the mortgage, debt, and interest thereon, and in the covenants in said mortgage contained, the undersigned duly appointed substitute trustees in the aforesaid Equity Cause, by virtue of an order of the Circuit Court for Washington County, i?i Equitv.. passed and filed therein July 21. iy::7. will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on TUESDAY. AUGUST S. 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 Conococheague ("reek on the road leading from Williamsport to Byron's Tannery and running thence with the sai* Creek. South 24 degrees West ::5n feet, South 20% degrees West 1H2 feet. South 47V; degrees West K>5 feet. South 03 M: degrees West 132 feet. South si degrees West I "2 feet. North $5 degrees West 1S1..5 feet. North 77 '/t degree? West 52$ feet; thence leaving the Creek nnd running up a ravine North iSVi degrees West 561 feet to the East marginal line of Fcnton Avenue: thence with said Fcnton Avonue. North 61 M: degrees East 300 feet to the corner of an alley. and with said alley. South 28 degrees ISast 172 feet. North GIVi degrees East S25 feet to tho road leading from Williamsport to ^lear- spring. and with said roc.u. South •i: 1 . degrees 570 feet to the beginning, containing 20. M 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, 1021. and recorded in Liber No. 15C 1 . folio 401. another of said Land Records. The improvements consist large brick and stucco dwelling house, barn nnd outbuildings, and is a very desirable property for> r,r investment purposes. TIC R.MS OF SALIC: One-half rash on the day of sale, or the ratification thereof by The Court, the balance in one year from the. day sale, with interest from the day and to be secured to the sat- ion »f the undersigned. Trus- all cash at the opti the purchaser. A cash deposit ? will bo required on the day of sal-v LOTTIE R. KMMERT. JOHN II. 1'OWLKS. Substituted Trustees in 7,!M 1 Equity. Scott M. Woliingor. Atty. Col. Jos. C. Sn yd f - r . A net. OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE SITUATE NEAR THE PUBLIC SQUARE IN HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND By virtue of 3. power of sale contained in the Last Will and Testa- nent of Nannie A. Witzenbacher, ate of Washington County, State )* Maryland, deceased, which said will is now of record in the office jf the Register of Wills of said Washington County in Will Book, jiber 18. Folio 244, I, Leven Stonebraker. Executor in said will named, will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagr- erstown, Maryland, between the lours of 1:00 and 3:00 o'clock P. M.. on TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 133D all that lot or parcel o* ground, together with the improvements thereon, situate on the north side of East Washington Street in Hagerstown, Maryland and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the north marginal line of said East Washington Street with the west marginal line of a 12 foot pub-lie 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 (39) 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 aforesaid public Alley, a distance of eighty- 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 less, to the west marginal line of the aforesaid public Alley, thence with the margin of said Alley in a southwesterly direction a distance of eighty-two (S2) feet, 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, Maryland, and being the same property which was conveyed by Catherine Witzenbach- er to Mary K. Witzenbacher and Nannie A. Witzenbacher by deed recorded among the Land Records of said Washington County, in Liber 12S, Folio .107. 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, hath and hallway on the second floor, equipped with steam heating plant and automatic gas water heater disconnected from the hereinbefore described improvements, hut 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 cither 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 weeks 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 nn day of sale or the ratification thereof hy the Orphans' Court of Wnshington County, balance in one year from day of sale with intcr- est from dny of sale, the deferred payment to he secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned or all cash at the option of the purchaser: ;. cash deposit of ?50ft will he required of purchaser on day of ,<ale. 1 e ( -d of conveyance to be made upon j payment of the whole of the pur- ; chase pricf. ! LEVIN STONEBRAKER. i Executor of the Last Will ! nnd Testament of Nannie A. j Witzenbacher. deceased. ! Joseph C. Snvdor. Auctioneer. LET a classified r.d add money to OF STOCK AND FIXTURES i Tlie unde-rsitrnod oxocutrix of tiie } last will and testament, of William j L. T^owry. deceased, will sell ' at pr.blic a'uotioii on tlie pr«-iiiises. j?i'i." Virginia Avenue town. Marvland, "n FRIDAY and SATl'RPAY eve t :::;Ks. August nth ho st." Merchandise Electric Refrierators rooms & bath every respect KAl'TlKUL SPEiMAL PRli'ES on Inner Sprintr Mattresses-. Forsyth Storag'-. Mill St. Phono SCO. Open ovenin.cs. WASHING machines repaired, parts wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 2-t. SMOCKKY FURN'iTURE CO. peer good nuallty and ro.'isonabl The Legal Light Wf$ ', AH HOPE Y£'Y£ MAD£ LAST* U//LL ITEZTYMINT. **B*r^\ / • GOSH, &£AVEfZ WHAT AM, I GONNA DO TOO LAT£, -£Y£ 7D£ V/tTH ] HEADtN 1 UPTH'J^l \VAY-_-r^ ' DOO& _ J^sKOUUTAlNT if // L^\ 111 ii— i **/-• • • I •^f^f-'V ' i->V. \rdl-,.— ^Im^j^ h= TH' DOOtZ CLOSED

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