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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1939. NINt, Classified Ads Place The City's Best Offers Right Within Your Easy Reach 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 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 consecu tive 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 will be charged for only the number of times the ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for j r early 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 S P. M. will appear in edition following day. The Ad-taker will gladly assist you, it desired, so that the copy for your ad is prepared in such a manner 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—lu Memoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goods. f>—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. 1-1—Body and Fender Work, Painting, Tops and Upholstery. IS—Motorcycles and Bicycles. IR—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires, Parts, Accessories. 17A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 1SD—Welding: and Brazing-, in—Building- and Contracting 1 . 20—Cleaning. Dyeing, Renovating". , 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. '22—Heating. Plumbing. Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 2-1—Laundering. M ANY EOPLE ..SVIL.L SLEEP.., WELL TONIGHT INftOQMS THEY fOUND THROUGH 'ROOM AND BOARD ADS KOOMAND kBOARD J •LADS M 25—Moving. Trucking. Storage. 2G—Painting-. Papering, Decorating -7—Printing, Engraving. Binding. 2S—Professional .Service. 20—Repairing and Refinishlng. -9A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 2!)B—Shoe Repairing. 2!)C—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. 31—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—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. 3 [l A—investments. 40—Money to Loan, Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. •13—Local Instruction Classes. 44—Musical. Dancing. Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 45 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. 51A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Beats and Accessories. r>3—Building Materials. 54—Business and Office Equipment. 55—Farm and Dairy Products. f>G—Feed and Fertilizer. HGA—Coal and Wood. ".7—Good Things to Eat. 53—Homemade Things. 5:)—Household Goods. GO—.Icwelry, Watches, Diamonds. Gl—Machinery and Tools. G2—Musical Merchandise. * G2A—Radio Equipment. G3—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. (54—Specials in the Stores, i'.'—Wearing Apparel. 66—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD C7—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 7-1—Apartments and Flats. Si—Business Places for Rent. I!—Farms and Lands for Rent. 7—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Rent. 78—Offices and Desk Room. 71)—Shore and Mountain—For Rent. SO—Suburban—For Rent. SI—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE R—Brokers Real Estate. S2—Business Property for Sale. 83—Farms and Lands for Sale. s-1—I-Icwses for Sale. S4A—Garages for Sale. 85—Lots for Sale. 8G—Shore. Mountain, Lake for Sale 87—Suburban—For Sale. SS—To Exchange—Real Estate. SO—Wanted—Real Estate. AUCTIONS—LEGAL HO—Auction Sales. 'M —Legal Nof>.es. Announcements Monuments and Cemetery Lot* 0 TWO CEMETERY LOTS Rest Haven Section A. Also bldcr. lot Guilford are. Writj»_J£o_x_ ~< 4 C-oJTcvrald. Personals 7 BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DELPHEY'S. .".1 E. Franklin St. Phono 5. •'REDIT SLIP on new Ford for sale at liberal discount. Phono 1583-.!. NOTICE—1 will not be responsible for any bills contracted by anyone other than myself. Signi-d SLATE Routing—Specializing leaking roofs; roofs painted. Phone 30!)7. Bill's Roofing <"o. Lost, Strayed, Found 10 LOST—Yellow gold baby's bracelet n Friday on Potomac St.. north, of North Aye. Reward. Return to 55 Wayside Ave. LOST — Maryland license plate 2Gfi-Sfl:>. Cull llagerstown Maytag (".a. Phono Iifi2. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 FOli HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at us much as 25% below market prices Phono 1135 BROWN'S Pang-born Blvd. & Paper Alii]I Road •' O~R ~ S ATlEr~ W. M. KcuUy's l'J3S Dodg«' heavy-duty 1 v.j ton. long wheel base, complete with body; also concrete mixer. Apply Mrs. W. M. P.eat.ty. Knnkstown Hill. WHEN you lose something don't oso track of this number—104. A •lassliicd ad-taker will help you \vord an effective "Lost and Found" id. TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS L, Mineral spring i. Cleanslns agent t. Land measure 12. Pronoun 13. Century plant 14. Profit 15. Playing card IK. Merchandise 17. Units of work 18. Fixed charges 20. Exchange 22. Was awara 23. Lie in warmth 24. Female slipup 27. Ancient city in Greece 29. Scarcer 31. Very hot 34. Timbers .supporting- a floor 35. Cook with dry heat 36. Enthusiastic devotees: slang 37. Demon SS. Always 40. Aloltcn rock 44. Second odd number 46. One with n. dread dis- onse 47. Faithful Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle 51. Wild plum One third of 44 Across Fleet animal Sea bird Score at baseball Was indebted Parts of curves Light repast DOWN 1. Marine tish ". Kind of nut. 3. Hugged mountain ridge 4. Proverbs [i. Leaf of the palmyra palm R. Lar^e arteries Old Courses of public lif« Outlit Type mca- "sures Pitchers City in Ohio Invite Moisten Bitter vetch Metric measure of capacity Passageway Three: prolix Uncle: South African Ksctasy Shako Antenna Uoddess of the hearth Toward the loft side of n. vessel Place where n trial is hold Scene of action Pay attention to Device for refracting light rays Kven if • 'rude Killer \vhalo 12 15 18 22 31 52 32, 48 33 27 45 '//.' St. 2o •34 So 21 1A- 3o 41 SI 54- 10 25 42 It Automotive Automobiles for Salt 11 USED AUTOMOBILES AT REASONABLE PRICES Drive Out To See Our Used Cars 1937 FORD Coach. 1037 PLYMOUTH Coupe. 11)36 CHEVROLET Coupe. IPSri PLYMOUTH Coach. 1032 CHEVROLET Sedan. BU.ICK 4 Door Sedan. 1029 FORD Coach. 11)29 FORD Touring. S. R. SHAFER Leitersburg-Smithsburg Road ADD TO SUMMER'S PLEASURE WITH A GOOD USED CAR These cars you'll be proud to own at prices that will make you proud of your investment. " 1037 CHRYSLER Sedan. 1937 DODGE Sedan. 1037 PLYMOUTH Sedan. 1937 FORD Sedan, with Radio. 1936 DODGE Trg. Sed'n, with Radio Many Other Makes and Models to select from, §2">.00 up Lowest Finance Rates in Town MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. "Distributors Chrysler & Plymouth" 56-62 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A USEFUL USED CAR THAT IS SAFETY TESTED AND READY TO ROLL 193S OLDSMOBILE "6" 4 dr. Sedan, built-in trunk, can't be told from new. 1935 OLDSMOBILE "6" 4 dr. Sedan. Built - in trunk, automatic transmission. 1033 PONTIAC "G" 2 dr. -Sedan. Built-in trunk. 1936 CHEVROLET Mstr. D&L. i dr. Sedan, built-in trunk. 1935 CHEVROLET Mstr. DcL. Coach 1935 OLDSMOBILE "S" 2 dr. Sedan. Radio & heater. A real buy at S3U5 1934 OLDSMOBILE "6" Trg. Sedan. 1933 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Sdn. Open Evenings Until 10 O'Clock .1. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 219 E. Washington St. Phone SOI SAFE TRANSPORTATION For the occupants of the car is the responsibility of the owner. Buy an "OK Guaranteed, 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 193S CHEVROLET Master DeLuxe Town Sedan. Blue, wonderful condition throughout. Only $505 loss OLDSM:OBILE "S" Sport sedan. Black, radio & heater, in excellent condition. Only $79"> 193S CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery. Nice & clean throughout. A bargain at $495 193S PONTIAC Sport Coupe. Black, nice condition ... $565 1938 CHEVROLET 1 % ton cab & chassis, 131" W. B., 10 ply tires, perfect $575 1937 FORD Fordor S'dan, black S375 lust FORD Tudor. Black, nice running condition $395 1937 LA SALLE Sedan, black, clean upholstery, good tires, mechanically perfect 5G95 193G LA SALLE Sport Coupe. A beautiful blue snappy car, in perfect condition throughout $565 193G CHEVROLET Master De Luxe Sport Sedan, black, perfect $375 193G FORD Tudor. Gray. A real clean car . S295 1935 FORD Sport Coupe. Black. A real value $245 TRUCKS CHEVROLETS & FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOLFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 45S Look for tho Bi;, Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" 1937 FORD Dlx. Coach (Maroon). ll>:;i; FORD Dlx. Fordor (Green). I'.KlG FORD Couch (Black). iu:?r. FORD Dlx. Coach. 1934 FORD Coach (Blue). 1933 FORD Coach (Black). 1:»:)(; PLYMOUTH Sctlan (Brov..,). 1932 FORD Coupe (Blue). 1937 FOUD Pick-up (Green). 193G FORD l. r ,7" Stake Body. 1934 CHEVROLET Pick-up " (Blue). NEWMAN AUTO CO. Smlthsburg. Md. Phone 74 VACATION SPECIALS • Be ready to Go Places and Enjoy Your Vacation in one of our "13U1CK SAFETY CONDITIONED" Used Cars. SELECT ONE OF THESE TODAY ':!? CADILLAC 7 pa. Custom Sedan. '37 BU1CK 47 Trg. Sedan. '37 PONTIAC DeLuxe Coupe. •37 H1J1CK G7 Trg. Sedan. '37 B1J1CK 81 Trg. Sedan. '37 FORD DeL. Trg. Coach. '37 DODGE R Coupe. '.".•. CHEVROLET Sid Bus. Coupe. •34 PONTIAC Trg. Sedan. '3-1 FORD Bus. Cor. pc. These cars have been thoroughly SAFETY CONDITIONED THK BU1CK WAY in our o'.vn shop and arc now ready to deliver to you Tho Thousn.pds Of Miles Of Unused Transportation that are still in them. Liberal Trade Allowances and Financing Terms THE USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 The Timmma Motor Co. F.u<ck Dealer SAFF.TY FIRST BUY A CF.RT1F.IEO CAR r» Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee ' FLFlGl'l MOTOR CO. r,70 n :l k Hill Ave Phone 2300 Autos For Hire 12 GRAHAM CUSTOM —15c-, low nttos. See Washington all over all day. 510. _ 1'AUL U. JOTINSOX. Business Service DANCING SHEIK TO SHEIK— isn't done in our best dance halls. But you can't blame these two fellows for dancing together. They're overjoyed to find so many good used cars at such low prices listed so conveniently in the Want Ad section. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 MIDDLE-AGED woman for general house work. Good home to responsible partv. Box Gl. Herald. Help Wanted—Male 33 CHAUFFEURS—21 years of age or over. Mayflower Cab Co. L. C. Bentz. EARNINGS of $25 per week or more to man with car for representing 1 well known company in established local territory. This is direct selling 1 and applicants must be willing to work hard. For appointment phone 601. Also man living in Hancock or Berkeley Springs for that vicinity. Write Box 55 Herald-Mail. FARM HAND—Experienced, wanted by the month. Dr. Henry C. Foster, Ciearspring 1 , Phone 5F2. SALESMAN—To represent RICHMAN BROTHERS, the country's best known line of men's clothes. New Fall and Winter line now ready. One price. $22.50. Hundreds of satisfied customers in Hagerstown and vicinity. Commission. Write The Richman Brothers Corn- pa wy. Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED —- Experienced salesmen with car to develop new territory for local wholesale confectioners. Write Box r,9. Herald-Mail. WANTED—Collector for installment house witl car: state agre. experience and last place of employment. Very grood opportunity for the rig-lit man. Write Box 5G Herald- Mail. Help—Male and Female LADY as housekeeper or man and wife on farm. Man who does not drink. Write Box r>3. c-o Herald. J> SALKSMKN and 8 Saleswomen— Commission and bonus; slight knowledge of music helpful. Car optional. 322 N. Potomac St., Tuesday 10 to 12; 5 to 7; Wed. 9 to 10, to 7: Thurs. 5 to 7. Situations Wanted—Male 37 BOY, :.">, will exchange work on farm for room, board and small w a cr os. Write Box iiS. Herald. WANTED—Farm work in exchange for room and board. Write Box GO. c-o Herald-Mail. Financial Business Opportunity 38 FOR SALE—Filling- station, stock, equipment. Ideal location doing excellent business; good reason for selling. For appointment ph. 1SOOJ. RESTAURANT FOR SALE—Good location, going business. Bad health rcasfin for selling. Write Box 57, o-o Herald-Mail. Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 ARK YOU Buying your home or just paying interest'.' Use a Federal monthly payment plan. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. :;:? N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 A SAFE and satisfactory Farm Loan plan. ?250.000 available, low rates, long terms. L. S. Spangler Agcy_ 2nd Fl. 2no ( Nafl Bank Bldg. MONEY to loan on first mortgage, 5 To- Geo. D. Hicks. H age rs town •Trust Bldg. Phone 30IS. MONEY TO LOAN—On cood first mortgages, 5%. H. P. Hartman IS i\. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAM ON MORTGAGES N. B. KOWE. 26 N. Potomac St_ MONKY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY LiAliCHTKL Agency 304-fj-U Second Natl. Bank LUdg. :,'"„ MONIOV for tlrst mortgages. H. T. l.irewer. T. C. Lindsey. 214-15 2nd Natl. Rank l.ildg. Pli. 2-iSl. Business Service Offered 18 (it.ASS—Sob! and replnct-d in auto- j mobiles, mirrors, window glass. .^lass Simp. 11 X. Loou:=t. Ph. 2f>'.'.". \V Radio Repairing 18-C TrAXVr6"s"iri-fl-'~\ri"iK"D hy factory approved methods. Op--n to :, :00 P. M. TAIU'AKT r.ROS. r.2T> \Y \Vashtnsrton St. Phone 2-tS Repairing and Refmlshing 29 F, J. G-ACK.— Keupholstering & re pairing furniture. Mnt tresses reno- | vated. work first class, reasonable I nrlops Pb r.fl:,fi 2S F, I'Vanklin. I Livestock Dogs, Cats. Other Pets 47 'Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 ATTENTION FARMERS — New & used ' pipe & fittings for cow stanchions. Pipe cut & threaded to specifications. I-IAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO., Md. Ave. Ph. 14G COFFEE urn, griddle, counter, gas stove, violin, saxaphone, clarinet. 36 _East Ave. ELECTRIC FANS—Desk fans, ex~ haust fans & air circulators. Closing- out desk fans at special price. Hagerstown Equipment Co., Md. Ave. Phone 14G. SLECTRIC MOTORS & Parts—New & used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or type. Greenwalt Electric Co. Phone 397. 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 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. 55 N. Jonathan St. RECONDITIONED STEEL PIPE, Valves & Fittings. All Sizes. Lowest prices. We cut & thread to your specifications. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp 304 W. Church St. Phone 1039 USED RUGS—10x15: 9x12; 2 scatter .rugs-Oriental reproductions slightly used; -will sacrifice for quick sal_e: 37 Fa irground Ave. Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES—By bu. or truck load. T. C. Herbst. 4 miles East of Hagerstown. near Chewsviile. PEACHES—All earl. 1 varieties. Start July ;;i. \V. D. Weaver. Blue Mt. M-ehnrd. Ph. J "F22 Smithsbnrg. Coal and Wood 56-A DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners ' AYERS BROTHERS Rear 39 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 1582 Robert R. Norris, manager. -13G W. Franklin St. Our prices and quality can't be beat. 100% Lykens Valley hard coal stoker size. No. 1. ?5.00 per ton. Pea $G.50: Nut $7.50; Stove $7.50, and Kgg S7.00. Georges Creek run-of-mine 70 % lump §4.50: egg, 100^ lump $5.50. Kjtzmiller. oil treated stoker $5.7-">. This price for month of Aug. only. LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL Buckwheat. $."..50: Pea. §7.00; Nut. SS.OO: Stove. $7.75; Egg, S7.25: 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, $7.00. BITUMINOUS Penn. Lump, SG.50: Mine Run. $5.00: Truck Loads. S4.50, PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComas St. Phone 2036 GUARANTEE!: 100% RED ASH Stove or nut, $7.75. Furnace, $5.75 loads. Lykont. Valley Coal. 217 S. Polomaf. Phone 1129. C Burpross. Good Things To Eat 57 NEW APPLES—50c bu., tree run. Martin Storage. Middlehurg Pike. _Open evenings Phone -)0.'>.SF12. is Household Goods FOU SALK— ! r.n-lb, it-,. r.'f'Hgent- tuf. good t-ontlitiun : 1 old time rm-kf-r. both ri-ns. priced. Ph. 2"ln|; Fuli SALK — .": piece living room suite, large dining room .suite; 2S S. Mulberry. St. ( > X K " V I ) '.M < « 1 1 c ! " 1C S - .", ~:i (J~K« fvh saTor Refrigerator, slightly used. In lirst class condition. \Vas SIC'. 1 .'.*"!. Now I'OCS and IM'IM'IKS <-ra\v variety. GA1NKS MF.AT ANI.» MILK MKAL. VOOKKD, h:is a wide variety i.f in- KT»>ilioiits. ini-liiditig i'O!> LIVKIl OIL. HOWAUl.vs. 7 !•:. P.alto. St. Ph<Mt_H Sor,._ _ Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 KKUKSI11 KKS—P...;irs. bred sows, gilts. Pun-bri-d .^- ri-ci.^l«-r«'d. W. C. U'oliiuger. Ph.MI.' •!t'2HFj .'.. U P.AV .MARK COLTS—«.".Hiiing ", vrs. .>bl. Marked \\vll in rolor. Size. \V. S. Mill.-r, Phone 1K.:'.-M. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 "K.xT'iTiYi I^NIM-:D~ wali i-csses" 1 . Apply Plaxa Restaurant, IS N. Potomac St re-.-t. FANCY STITCHER— Apply 14$ W, Franklin St., Ua- gerstown Shoo X- Legging Co. 1 _j Poultry and Supplies <l CT'STOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial P.lvd., K. Phono ','02.1. Chicks on sulo at Howard's Feed _Store. Plmne SOO. A USED CAR is most easily chosen after comparing all those ottered in the Classified Section "Autos For Sal-.-" column. s.-, :>,:, \V. SJ •!•:<•] A L PRICKS on inner Spring Mattresses. l-'orsyth Storage. Mill St. Phone. S49.I. Open evenings. U'ASJllXG machines repaired, parts & wringer rolls. Jones AppH. Service. 2-5 Summit Ave. Phone 24. I'SKI> RAIHOS — $2 to $;,; AB<;~!-:Yeo! I roner. demonstrator, $"..">. Tarbart ! _Kros.. r;u."i \\". Washington St.. USED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living room suites, dining 1 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 & CKRKSON. Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite Xew Post OlHce REGULAR readers or the Ilerald- Mail Cla.s.-itied Section learn to expect good quality and reasonable prices. OH, DIANA! Merchandise Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 60 REPOSSKSSKD watches of standard make and fully guaranteed. Will soil- for balance due. Saum's, 21 N. Jonathan St.. Specials in the Stores 64 MEATS—For a delicious steak, chops or roast, call D22. Neal R JZQISf-y.:—.? "li F,.. ..i'.'ra n k 1 i n St. 65 Wearing Apparel SEE OUR great values in shoes. 400 pairs slightly used high priced shoes for the price you would like to pay. Stop in and soo them at Polack's, 1.0 minute modern shoe remodeling. nj__X .T oj! f ' than St. Rooms With Board 17 WEST dIDE A.VE.-222—Room and board with private family. Garage. Phone .109S-.M. 63 Rooms Without Board A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLKORO Motel. Reasonable; 22 S. Potomac St. BROAD WAY-211 - Well furnished bedroom. Gentleman. Private family. Phone 11!)-.J. FRANKLIN ST.-W.-4 I—Nicely furnished room, lady preferred. Apply 41 W. Franklin. 'Phone 1!)27-R. NICK'LY furnished bedroom, hot & cold water in room; use of phone and garage. T>50 Summit Ave. NORTH END—Front room, well furnished; gentleman preferred. Apply 6U.:. Oak Hill. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 FURNISHED 2 rooms and bath; must be seen to bo appreciated. Garage, janitor service: 655 S. Potomac. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms; ail conveniences. NICELY furnished apartment. No children. Apply after 5:30. 602 fc'unset Avenue. TWO furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 2nd floor, no children. Apply 109 E. Franklin St. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-S29—3 rooms, newly furnished Frigidaire, auto- hot water. Apply same. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 ARLINGTON—14.'! East Antietam. 5 rooms, 2nd floor, east. A.dults. References. 112 Broadway. Ph. 5GS-R. APARTMENT-21G N. Locust St.. :', newly reiinished rooms and bath; $20 per mo. Phone 24ft;]-R. APARTMENT—230 Summit Ave; 44% E. Franklin St. Apply Bearin ger, Eyerly's Store. APARTMENTS FOR RENT—3, 4 & ~> rooms each, with bath. Apply 1IJ N. Jonathan St. APTS.—S, 24 and 240 E. Wash. St.. 22 N. Potomac, 1"> W. Antietam. GROI-1 REALTY CO., 13 Summit Av APARTMENT—2-10 Summit Ave.. 1st floor: 3 newly decorated rooms and bath, new hardwood, hot water, automatic heat, janitor service; adults. Phone 529-R. 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. APARTMENT—10f> 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 rettn- ishsd, 5 rooms, Frigidaire. garage; 64M: W. Franklin St.. modern. 5 rooms & bath. Phone 262-W. AP'ART M ENT^ilY~E7~VV as h~~Sl 5 rooms & bath, "nd floor, modern In every respect. S35. Phone 545. LJROADWAY-22 — First floor. 4 rooms & bath. Apply 10n-',«i N. Potomac. Phone IIK'.S or ISS-iW. CANNON AVE.-S.-10—Furnished. 2 rooms & kitchenette. All conveniences. Adults. COFFMAN AVE.-12—4 rooms, private bath and garage. $2.^.00. Phone 22JG-J-2. DOWNTOWN—First floor, five room apartment, screencd-in porch, refrigerator, Venetian blinds. ?:).".00. Reference required. Address 'Box 46. c-o lierahl-Mail. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 J7 FAIRGROUND AVE.—Furnished apartments. Use of phone and gn rage.__ Farms and Lands for Rent 76 COUNTRY home, 17> acre, ', room honsn, other outbuilding?', St. .!:unes. Appl.y .'522_N. Jonathan St. Houses tor Rent 77 HOUSES—-110 Gtiilford Avo.. Western Pike, -1G2 Park 1'lnct:, etc. GROH. REALTY CO., ].'{ Summit Av LOCUST ST.-N.-o30—6 room brick, all modern conveniences. Possession Sept. 3. Phono 2760. MULP.KRRY ST. S. 252—6 rooms. All coneveniences. Possession Sept. 1st. _lll! ^I-lrJ"' * _ ^_- Uu 1 1> e r r y St. M. ULCER K'' ssOr bus route near High School. Apply $70 Mulberry Ave. Phone 124;;-R. Sept. 1st. POTOMAC ST.-S.-224—6 rooms and bath. Possession at once. Phone 11H3.T12. OAK HILL—Nice 6 or S room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awnings, porches, hot water heat, garage-. Immediate possession. Telephone 106. POTOMAC ST.-N.-400 Block—S room brirk, newly decorated; modern bath with shower. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phono 24S1. REYNOLDS AVI-:.-415 — 6 rooms, newly remodeled. Hard wood floors, garage, pixsse.s.sion Sept. L Ph. 177 R Shore and Mountain—For Rent 79 COTTAGE—With largo .screened in porch. Boat furnished. Along Conococheague Creek, 20 niin. drive from town. Cora Fahrney, 13 X. Potomac. Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY 7 Summit Ave. Phone 1298 Farms and Land For Sale 83 19 - 11 & 5 ACRES; good buildings & electricity on each. Sacrifice prices. D. M. Ridenour, Smithsburg. Md. 30 ACRES—Good bldgs., elec. 7 miles from city. S2500. Potomac Realty Co., Grice Bldg.. Phone 203. Houses For Sale 84 DOUBLE BRICK, S. Potomac,$4500. Double frame, Linganore Ave. 53000 Brick, 6 rooms, bath, garage, S1700. Bungalow. Va. Ave. Bargain. John L. Swain. Phone 20S9J. DESIRABLE eight room house, Cearfoss, large cistern, electricity, double garage, built on lot 70'x200'. will sell or trade on town property. w. MURRAY; BAECHTEL Agency 2nd National Bank Bldg. MODERN—5 rooms, Wilson Blvd.. immediate poss. L. S. Spangler Agcy., 2nd fl. 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. NORTH 33ND—Double brick, priced for quick sale John E. Taylor Agcy.. 2nd Nat'l Bldg. Ph. S3S. NEAR Washington Square. Good six room house; excellent condition. Price S2.SOO cash if sold in two wks. Write Box 52 c-o He ra Id-M ail. NINE room house, excellent location. Summit Avenue, sun porch, automatic heat, two car garage, reasonably priced. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 2nd Nationrl Bank P-ldg. SMALL BUNGALOW—Edge of City. $800. Only §250 cash; S10 month". _GRO1I REALTY CO., 1 3_Su m m i t Av SPECIAL — SU.250 for a 4 story modern brick bldg. at 61 W. Franklin St.. HOLC terms. N. B. Rowe. 20 N. Potomac St. VIRGINIA AVE.-2021—7 room modern brick. Hot water heat, tub .t shower bath, lavatory on 1st floor, breakfast nook & fireplace. A real modern well located home at a reasonable price. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd Nail. Bank Bldg, Ph."2481. VA. AVE—Modern S room home. Hot water heat. 2 acres land. A real bargain. .Must be sold quick. Double lot. Wilson P.lvd. $425. Strole Rfnlt.v Co.. Arcnde Rider, Lots For Sale 85 EAST AYE.-102—1 rooms, tile bath, shower, Venetian blinds. All new. Apply 4SS Potomac Ave. FrTlYNlSHED Apartment. North End, 2 rooms, bath, porch and garage. Phone 173:;.!. FRANKLIN ST.-W.-G." — Furnished apartment for rent. Elmer K. Ey- j'rjy. Eyerly's Dept. Store. F K E b KIUC K ST7^2"55—5~room 7iew- ly papered, insulated, automatic heat, garage. Kiddie Klothes. j FiTMTF/roN~i< Lvi,CTo25—2mi"~7ioor. | 3 rooms, tiled bath, enclosed porch, ' insulated: garago. A]iply same. ; M I^UO V'1''ATTKWAY H^VerT !i~- ' lightful C rooms, newly decorated, tu-ar high school. Adults. -Ph. SOG. MODKItN 4 room apartment. All convenivnces, S22.50. llagerstown Realty <:o,. Realtors. 12* W. Franklin. Phone ICC. M r i, R i-: R'R v" s'i\ -N.~-2;'::"""",7r 4 room apartment, priviilr bath, baciv Iior.-h, 2nd floor; hot. ai.d <-old wuK-r OAK HILL-704 — 5 rooms, bath, screened porch. '.iard wood door, itisu!a.t<-<] ceiling, refrigerator, oil heat. Call 1CG1 or 1054. LOT — Along Bifr Pool-Indian Spring road: 2 acres. Write P;ox 50, Herald-Mail. Knsy terms. your ne-- ' RO1 n We finance and build ^. v CO - 1 " Slnuriit - A lildg. TWO excollcMt lildg. lots. Fountain Head Heights on Middleburg Pike. reasonable for cash. L. S. Spang- IT Acr-.v.. 2nd Fl. 2nd Nat'l P-lrtcr Classified Display PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state that you saw the advertisement in the Herald-Mail. This will immediately identify you as a progressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, and insure you the very best service. Classified Display Public S«ie Public Sals ? PECT ST. - S — M 01 i •• rf u r n is l- r unfurnished apartmen t. Apply Mrs. !•:. K. Kyerly 210 .S. Pr PR«SPK<'T ST.-S.--Small fun-.iv-li.--d Sl'.M.MIT AVI-:.-:: !(', -First !'.....r. .". largo rooms. I.at!:, hardwood floors, firepiao-, p'-rvhfs. jj'a ra <_;,•. adults. Phnii.- ::<i::tW ;i!"t.>r ;, I 1 . .M. SUMMIT A VK.-133 —4-5 roomsT~Cooi anil modern. Hardwood Uoors. Fireplace. .\uto:n;i.tic heat. Central. Sr.MMIT AYIv-lSl'—"ist ~!h.>o'r. t< replace, hnrdwood, ra:, v -ce hot wat«-r. ga:-. -!22 Summit. Ave. I'h V.'::". W WASHINGTON "sr>.-~:. Yo,,m" apart- men!. ne\v!y .i.-.".rat-l. Mr-. II. I., Kneis'.ey. Pbo; : e I.V.M. OF DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTY OX BROWN AVENUE. HAGERSTOWN. By virtue of a power of sale con taitied in it. mortgage dated April 1. l!'ll. :ui(l recorded in Liber 135. Folio ii!'S, ni' UK- Washington County Lainl Rrrords. default haying- occurred in the eovenaiit.s <>r faid mortgage, the undtrrsigiit'd Assignee will sell at puL-lii: sale on Ti; I-:SL>.\ Y. AL'tlL'ST J.". l!'.':;: 1 . betv.'oen tlu: hmirs of OIK- and three o'clock p. in., in front 'H' llie (,'i.iui-t I louse in I la:-?ersto\vti, .Maryland, all that parcel of K't'"uml situate in 1 la^trrsto \vn. Mai-yland. and J'r->i;tinK r 1'.".' t''-et u:i the. north side nf l'r«i\\'M Avenue a:nl eXi'-nd- iiiK back therefrom \viih tinifursn width in a n-.r: lierly .li:-.-cti..n l.'.u fc.-i. in "re or I.-.--.--, hrinij Lots Xos. .". and i) "i; :'n>- 1'Ia", ..f "J;rown's Seoond Addition to 1 lai^erst<• \vn" :is r.-t-onb-d in 1'lat Kecor-i Xo. 1. Full.. :;-i, hcinu- ; he ^aiii',- property <-"!:v>-y.-il to All).-rt K. llaker from Thompson A lirown. utimarrioi!. by d^e-1 .lat-Ml Mar.-h :: 1. 1'.-1 1, and recorded ::i Li!i.:-r 1.";.. I-'.-Jio fi:-"-. Tli is property is iiMjiroveil hy a tv.'o-siory .--ini^le brick i! v.'<-\ ! ir:i< h'-iiis,- \\ith slat»- root' known a.s Xo. ."•-- l:row:i Avenue <joii ta i n inic six ri'OMiv. bath, and all !::-,.».'.'•:•:: c>'>n- Vef i.-DCi-s. i'os.'-.-ssi.ii! upon ratiticalii-n :tt:<! c-irnTi!:an.-e \\'i:!: I--rn;s of sai". Tl-:i:.MS O:-' SALK:—O;:e lialf rasi; on day of vale ->r ihf ratilioa t i--:» tli.-reoV by the C-.-.iri. a:;-i th» !.;il- ance in <.ju* \.-ar :'r--im t!;e day "f sab- with iuiervst t her.-'.-;: from the .lay of sale. t!:<- >l--:Vr:v-i t'uytr.er: t to I.--' secni-.'ii by tin: n-.:e of ;!i-- par- i-i-as--!' with u|ip;'.iv.-il S'-curity. '••: .-iias.-r. A SJi.i'.'.'li.' cash .!ep"sit wil! !,e re.iuir.'-d ..!>. t!',.- da v "T sai^-. i:i.>!::•:!IT 11. M.-.-ATLI'V OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE SITUATE XEAR THE PUBLIC SQUARE IX HAGERSTOWN. MARYLAND By virtue of a power of sale contained in the Last Will and Testament of Nannie A. Witzonbacher late of Washington County, State of Maryland, deceased, which said will is now of record in the office of the Register of Wills of said Washington County in Will Book. Libor IS, Folio 344, I. Leven Stonebraker. Executor in said will named, will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown, Maryland, between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 o'clock P. II on TUESDAY. AUGUST 15, 1039 all that lot or parcel of ground, together with the improvements thereon, situate on the north side of East Washington Street in Hagerstown, Maryland and more particularly described aa follows: Beginning- at the intersection of the north marginal line of said East Washington Street with the west marginal line of a 12 foot public Alley that is located 240 feet east of and parallel to North Potomac Street and running thenc* 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 eightv- two (82) 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 (39) 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 (82) feet. more or less, to the r.-«ce of beginning-. being tfre southeastern portion of lot No. 12 as the same is shown and indicated on the plan of Hngerstown. Maryland, and being the same property r«hich was conveyed by Catherine Witzcnbach- er to Mary K. Witzenbacher and Nannie A. Witzenbacher by deed recorded among the Land Records of said Washington Countv. in- Liber 12S. Folio 307. The "absolute title of which became vested in the said Nannie A. Witzenbacher. she being the survivor of the two joi'nt tenants' grantees in the aforementioned deed. The improvements consist of a largi* and commodious brick dwelling house, the same being presently known as Xos. IS and 20 East Washington Street, containing five room . and hallway on the first floor, five rooms, bath and hallway on the second floor, equipped with steam heating plant and automatic gas water heater disconnected from the hereinbefore described improvements. but constituting a wing to the same is a large brick bulldlnc with entrance from Alley. This property by reason of it.« central location and character of improvements affords an unusual opportunity either for the acquisition of a large, commodious dwelling or the development of an attractive business site. The rip-fit is reserx'cd to removo 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 KALE: One-half cash nn day of sale "r the ratification thereof by the Orphans' Court of Washington County balance in one: year from day of .^ale w-ith interest from day of sale, the deferred payment to be secured to the -satisfaction of the undersigned or all cash at the option of the piirchaser: ;. cash deposit of $500 will be rc- rfuirod of purchaser on day of sale. I eed of conveyance to be made upon payment of tho whole of the purchase price. LEVIN* STOXEB RAKER. Executor of the Last Will nnc Testament of Nannie A. Witzenbacher. deceased. Joseph C. Snyder. Auctioneer. TT^'H' T"Ti*T)TT T'f*^ PUBLIC 1 Mile North of Lei:er.«burg Pike on Miller Church Road On TUESDAY. AUGUST 1.'. AT 12::ii" T. M. IJeds and springs, lot of chair?,' .-.;a:;ils. bureaus, siik-board, carpets and ruics. lot of ar.'.iq-.io dishes and cooking utensils, carpenter toolr-. garde:: tooN. 3!'2T < 'hryvl-r sedan, in good running o:'d<r-r. and many other articles too Mumerous to i:io:ition. TERMS CAS If. •'" } IE S T E R A . S T R I T E . MARSHALL C. STRITE. U.\cc-,s tors of He;-, ;-v 1,. Stritc. t t!'.'- .v-amr- time and place we, v:::<b-rsit;-!!ei!, will sell the fol- ing valuable r.-al estate. 'J acres, v'.>r K-.-s. right room concrete k h.-.::.«»•. with all modern e<vn- •,•:•,•.•-. ami !u-c.-ssary oUtbtlUd- .'ARRIK M. IfAWEAKER. CHKSTHR A. STRITE. MARSHALL C. STRITE, NELLIE M. MYERS. KENNETH L. STRITE. to Chester lit. 4. rite 1 lagorstown, Md.. 4 (V, 7F U'. Pop's Reprieve OK AY, s~//oez, D/AMY-- AH fHOOT YOZ£ PAW AMY ) (0£-' ffTA K!NUTE\ V 'TAINT NO MY T' T££AT — /'M. )l 'XP££TA/Vr HfS-CftAM&r Y£'O LE.AVE H£ IN A/OW--A V/ALlc DOW/V AH 1 YE CAK ' <££ YO -' PAV/—- BLAST M WAY /A/ .AH U/UZ. A DANG£D

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