THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1939. NINE 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 th 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. 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CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements under the following classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS I—Notices. 2—In Memoriaum. S—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goods. I—Funeral Directors. f—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7—Personals. 8—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. 16—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires. Parts, Accessories. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE JS-—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 1SD—Welding 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. 2. r >—Moving. Trucking, Storage. 26—Painting. Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing, Engraving. Binding. 2S—Professional Service. 29—-Repairing and Refinishing. 2.0A—Piano Tuning" and Repairing. 2!>B—Shoo Repairing. 29C—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—Solicitoi's. Canvassers. Agents. 36—Situations Wanted—Female. 17—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 38—Business Opportunities. 3!)—Investments, Stocks. Bonds. 30A—Investments, HO—Money to Loan, Mortgages. •U—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 43—Local Instruction Classes. 44—Musical, Dancing. Dramatics. 4.~i—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs. Cats, Other Pets. 4S—Horses. Cattle.. Other Stock. 4H—Poultry and Supplies. SO—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE SI—Articles for Sale. SI A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Beats and Accessories. 5;!—Building Materials. 5-1—Business and Office Equipment. r>5—Farm and Dairy Products, fit!—Feed and Fertilizer. KRA—Coal and Wood. 57—Good Things to Rat. T>S—Momemade Things. . r >!i—Household Good..:. 60—.lowolry. Watohos, Diamonds, fil.—Machinery and Tools. f>2—Musical Merchant! isc. G2A—Radio Equipment. fi".—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. <••(—Specials iu the Stores. fin—Wearing Apparel. 66—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board. 6S—Rooms without Hoard. f>0—Rooms for Housekeeping. 70—V:ic:itioM Places. 71—Where to Kat. 72-—Whore to Stop In Town. 73—Wanted—Rooms- or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 74—Apartments and Flats. 73—Business Places for Rent. 76—Farms and Lands for 'Rent. 77—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Rent. Announcements Monuments and Cemetery Lot* 6 TWO CEMETERY LOTS Rest Haven Section A. Also bldg. lot Guilford ave. Write Box 54 C-o Kerald Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Personals BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DELPHEY'S. 31 E. Franklin St. Phone 5. CREDIT SLIP on new Ford for sale at liberal discount. Phone 15S3-J. MEN!—Feel younger. Pep up today. Put vigor in that "Old at -10". rundown body with Ostrex Tonic Tablets. $1.00 size, special today S9c. If not delighted, maker refunds this price. Call, write Rudy Rexall Pha.rmacy. NOTICE—I will not be responsible for any bills contracted by anyone other than myself. Signed LEWIS ?. KASTZEL SLATE Roofing—Specializing leaking roofs; roofs painted. Plione .30.9.7. Bill's Roofing Co. Lost, Strayed, Found 10 FOUND—Mules: owner can have same by identifying and paying for ad. Roy Beaver, Hagerstown, Rt. i. LOST—Yellow gold baby's bracelet on.Friday on Potomac St., north of North Ave. Reward. Return to 55 Wayside Ave. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 CHEVROLET Mstr. 4 dr. Touring Sedan, '36. Heater, new tires, has turret top, knee action & hydraulic brakes; completely reconditioned. Yours for onlv $145 Down. .1. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 21!) E. Washington St. Phone SOI FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pangborn Blvd. & Paper Mill Road FOR SALE—W. M. Beatty's 193S Dodge heavy-duty l^/i ton. long •wheelbase, complete with body; also concrete mixer. Apply Mrs. \V. M. Bcattv. Funkstown Hill. SPECIAL 3S OLDSMOB1LE "G" 4 dr. Touring Sedan, has automatic Safety Transmission which means: Easier driving—Longer engine life—Increased flexibility—minimum clutch operation—greater gasoline economy— reduced oil consumption — reduction in engine revolutions—greater acceleration—surer, safer car control and smoother, quieter en- giufi operation. Soe it today. Yours at only $26." Down. .1. S." RXOWBKRGKTl & SONS 219 TO. Washington St. Phone SOI. 1933 FORD SCHOOL BUS York-Hoover Body, Safety Glass, A-l condition. POE'S GARAGE Kear 113 E. Franklin St. Phone 15S A.DD 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. 937 CHkYSLER Sedan. l'.)37 DODGK Sedan. 937 PLYMOUTJi Sedan. 937 FORD Sedan, with Radio. !>3G DODGE Trg. Sod'n, with Radio Many Other .Makes and Models to select from, 525.00 up Lowest Finance Rates in Town MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 'Distributors Chrysler & Plymouth" . r )G-i;2 W. Franklin St. Phone 2. r >00 Biggest display trailer homes in East G tLDER-COVERED W.-VGON- SOHULT Small down payment., oasy monthly t.-rm.s, liberal allowauco on used trailers. Immediate delivery. American Traik-1" Company. Inc., 4,"il 1 Wisconsin Ave., °V\ ashingttni, D. C. Write for literature or visit our display. Open evenings and Sundays until 10 P. M. 1937 FORD Dlx. Coach (Maroon). 193C FORD Dlx. Fordbr (Green). 193G FORD Coach (Black). 1935 FORD Dlx. Coach. 1934 FORD Coach (Blue). 1933 FORD Coach (Black). 1936 PLYMOUTH Sedan (Brown). 1932 FORD Coupe (Blue). 1937 FORD Pick-up (Green). 1936 FORD 157" Stake Body. 1934 CHEVROLET Pick-up (Blue). NEWMAN AUTO CO. Smithsburgr. Md. ' Phone 74 SAFE TRANSPORTATION For the occupants of the car is the responsibility of the OAvner. Buy an "OK Guaranteed, Reconditioned Used Car" and be assured that Safety is a major reco,ndition- ing 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 $5G5 193S OLDSMOBILE "S" Sport Sedan. Black, radio & heater, in excellent condition. Only $795 1935 CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery. Nice & clean throughout. A bargain at $495 1038 PONT1AC Sport Coupe. Black, nice condition ... 5565 1938 CHEVROLET 1 ^ ton cab & chassis, 131" W. B, 10 ply tires, perfect $575 1937 FORD Fordor S'dan, black $375 ijJi FORD Tudor. Black, nice running condition ?395 1937 LA SALLE Sedan, black, clean upholsterv, good tires, mechanically perfect $695 1936 LA SALLE Sport Coupe. A beautiful blue snappy car, in perfect condition throughout $565 1936 CHEVROLET Master De Luxe Sport Sedan, black, perfect $375 1936 FORD Tudor. Gray. A real clean car .. . $295 1935 FORD Sport Coupe. Black. A real value J245 TRUCKS CHEVROLETS & FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 458 Look for the Big Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" 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 USED AUTOMOBILES AT REASONABLE PRICES Drive Out To See Our Used Cars 1937 FORD Coach. 1937 PLYMOUTH Coupe. 1936 CHEVROLET Coupe. 1.P35 PLYMOUTH Coach. 1932 CHEVROLET Sedan. BUICK 4 Door Sedan. 1029 -FORD Coach. 1923 FORD Touring. S. R. SHA.FER Leitersburg-Smithsburg Road Autos For Hire 12 GRAHAM CUSTOM—15c. low rates. See Washington all over all day, $10. PAUL H. JOHNSON. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop, 11 N. Locust. Ph. 2G93W Radio Repairing 18-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 5:00 P. M. TARBART BROS. 325 W. Washington St. Phone 24S Repairing and Refinishing 29 Fr J. GACK—Keuphols taring & re pairing: furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph.' 3056. 2S E. Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 "\1 VACATION SPECIALS Be ready to Go Places and Enjoy 'our Vacation in one of our BUICK SAFETY CONDITIONED" Used Cars. SELECT ONE'OF THESE TODAY !7 CADILLAC 7 pa. Custom Sedan. BUICK -17 Trg. Sedan. PONT1AC DoLuxo Coupe. BUICK t>7 Trg. Sedan. BUICK SI Trg-. Sedan. PORD DoL. Trg. Coach. DODGE R Coupe. CHEVROLET Std. P. us. Coupe. M PONT1AC Trg. Sedan. J-l FORD Bus. Coupe. Those cars have been thoroughly AFETY CONDITIONED T H E >UICK WAY in our own shop and re now ready to deliver to you Mio Thousands Of Miles Or Unused ransportation thnt arc still in hem. Liberal Trade Allowances and Financing Terms THIS USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 Tho Thnmma Motor Co. I'.uiok Dealer HA KG, MX OLOS.MOIJILI-: "S" 2 dr. Touring Soda n, now tiros, oxcollont condi- ti , , n, has turret top body, knee notion, Miper-liydrauli Only Trado ;ind Torms. .1. S. SXOWUEUCER X- SONS 1!» E. W;tshint;-i"n St. 1'lnMio S SAFETY FIUST BUl" A CERTIK1EP CAR f> Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLEKlll MOTOR CO. R70 Oak Hill Ave, Phono 2300 MODE§T >IAII>K\S Trademiirk Roistered U. S. Patent Offlcr "Oh, I ain't got nothin 'against education. But if I'd ivent away to college I wouldn't *ve met Joe here." ..Ml lilSTM AS Card Masterpiece! lUU'.'t profit showing" friends sensational ?! assort mont. Xeu'o.st foils, mother pearl. fiG I'orsiina.ls. I.Oxpur- ionce Unnecessary. ReMUost. samples. 1 ' : ' llt j]^ r j i j -"'"'I Fitojiilnir^ Ma^. 011 FlTsTlu A S C A 11DS pay q 11 i ck cash. "America's .l^a.vorite" 21- card §1. Assort luoiil pays ."Oc. Ei^ht others. lU^r line Personals. f>(i for ?1, tii>. Kijr profits. Froo Samples. Wetnioro X- .S»K"don. 7-1 :> Monroe. l.>ept. S/PA. Rochester, X. Y. CHKll^TMAS CATu>"~~"sa iTspooplo— Make more money selling leadinR- LM-oard 51 Rox Assortment. ]00''n prolit. Many others. I'hristmas cards with natiio, ,".0 for .fi, uji. Sampio.s Froo. New England Art Publishers. Dopt. V, North Abln?:- ton. Mass. ClTiTTsTMAS CARDS—Extra money oa.vy yellins: friends unusual assortment. Many photographic reproductions fit' for $1 Personals. Stationery. 11 other assortments. Experience unnecessary. Request approval samples. Torrv .Studios, U01 Wostllcld, Mass. EXPEMIEXCKO waitresses. Apply l'la/.a llcstauratit, US X. .Potomac Stroot. l-'AN'UY .STITCH ERS— Ajiply MS W. l''i-anklin SI.. Ha- g'erstown Slioo it Losing- Co. -AGKl.) woman for senoral house work. Good home to re- sponsiblo party. Hox t'vl. Herald. YOUR nwx ni;i-:ssEs FP.EI-: and up tu S^: 1 ' weekly showing famous, Kashi'Mi l-'rooks. X.> e.vporiemv noodod. X" can vassinu'. Xi> in- vostiui-nt, Sond ago and dross si/.o. KASiilnX FI:OCJCS. I'OJM. s-27-i:.. <"IXt'IXXA'1M. «> v . __ Help Wanted—Male WANTED IMMEDIATELY— BY A LOCAL FIRM—Two me'n with sales ability fnr Hagerstown and vicinity. Should have automobile Write for appointment Rox fi-t o-<Herald-Mail. t WANTED—Union carpenters for forming: and finish. Apply new City Hall, Hagerstown. Md. WANTED — Experienced salesmen with car to develop new territory for local wholesale confectioners. Write Box r.O, Herald-Mail. WANTED—Collector for installment house with car: state age. experience and last place of employment. Very good opportunity for the rierltt man. Write Box 56 Herald- Mail. Help—Male and Female 34 S SALESMEN and S Saleswomen— Commission and bonus: slight knowledge of music helpful. Car optional. 322 N. Potomac St.. Tuesday 10 to 12; 5 to T: Wed. 9 to 10, r. to T; Thurs. r. to 7. Situations Wanted—Female Jl POSITION as housekeeper or will nurse jniddle-agrcd lady. Apply 5S AV. Antiotani. Situations Vv anted—Male 37 BOY, IT), will exchange work on farm for room, board and small wag-op. Write Box r»S, Herald... Financial Business Opportunity 38 FOR SALE—Filling: station, stock, equipment. Ideal location doing" excellent business; prooil reason for soiling. Far appointment ph. IS.'HU. RESTAURANT FOR SALE—Good location. K'oinjr business. Bad hoallh reason for soiling'. Write Box 37. c-o Herald-Mail. Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 A SAFE ar.d satisfactory Farm Loan plan. S230.000 available, low rates, long: terms. L. S. Spangrlcr Apcy.. 2nd FI. 2HC 4 Natl Bank Bldg. MONEY to loan on first ;")%. Gco. D. Micks, Hag:erstown Trust Bldp. Phone 301S. MONEY TO LOAN—On grood first mortgages. 57 0 . EL P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN UN MORTGAGES N. B. HOWE. 26 V. Potomac St. MOXEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHlcTL Agency 30-1-5-1) Second Natl. Bank Bldg. fiCo MOXEY for first mortgages. H. T. Brewer T C. Lindsoy. 214-15 2nd Xatl Rank Bldp Ph. 24S1 Livestock Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 ELECTRIC 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 saving's. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Maryland Ave. Phone 146. OUT OF PAWN—Conn E FI. Alto Sax. portable typewriters, cameras, largest assortment of unredeemed rifles & shotguns in the state. Harry's Loan Office, 55 N. Jonathan St. RICHARDSON" and Boynton hot air furnace. Pipes to each room. Reasonable. 426 Summit Ave 427-M. • USED PLUMBING & Heating Fixtures—Sinks, Lavatories & Tubs, Arcola Heaters, Heating Boilers & Radiation. Guaranteed condition. Bargain prices. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp. 304 W. Church St. Phone 1039 USED RUGS—10x15; 3x12: 2 scatter rugs-Oriental reproductions slightly used; will sacrifice for quick sale; y,~ Fairground Ave. Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES—By bu. or truck load. T. C. Herbst, 4 miles East of Hagerstown. near Chewsville. PEACHES—All earl.' varieties. Start July 31. W. D. Weaver. Blue Mt. Vchard. Ph. 13F22 Smithsburg. Coal and Wood 56-A DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear U!i W. Antietam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phone 000-901 FOR BF-TTER COAL CALL THE GLEN COAL CO. Phone 15S2 Robert R. Norris, manager, 43G W. Franklin St. Our prices and quality can't be beat. 100% Lykens Valley hard coal stoker size. No. 1, 9J.OO per ton. Pea SC.OO: Nut $7.30: Stove 57.30. and Egg $7.00. < i corses Creek run-of-mine 70% lump $4.50; <-gg, 100<7,, lump S:,.r.b. Ivitzmilk-r. oil treated stoker S5.7."i. This price for month of Aug. only. ~"~ A LL~ ~ Buckwheat. $5.50: Pea, $7.00: Nut, ?S.OO: Stove. 57.75; Egg. 57.25: Special Furnace. $5.75 (Hard coal. 25c per ton discount in truck loads. cash on delivery only). POCAHOXTA3 "OIL TREATED" Pea. 56. 00: Nut. ?6.2o: Stove. $7.00. BITUMINOUS Penn. Lump. 56.50: Mins Run. ?.">.00: Truck Loads:. $4. 50. PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComas St. Phone 2038 CUJARANTEEi: 1007* RED ASH Stove or nut, $7.75. Furnace. $5.75 loads. Lyko.ni Valley Coal. 217 S. Potomac. Phone 1120. C. Burgess. Good Thine;.; To Eat 57 XEW APPLES—r.Oc bu.. tree run. Martin Storage. Middleburg Pike. Open evenings Phone -103SF12. Household Goodt 69 Merchandise Specials in tha Store* 64 MEATS—For a delicious steak. chops or roast, call !)22 Xeal R. Dorspy- 21 u, E. Fr.-inklin St. Rooms and Board Rooms With Board 17 WEST SIDE AVE..222—Room and board with private family Garage. Phone IOOS-M. Rooms Without Board 68 A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable: 22 S. Potomac St. BROADWAY-2!) - Well furnished bedroom. Goiuleman. Private family. Phone llf'-J FURNISHED room with private bath. Second floor. Residential section. Apply !i.".ci The Terrace. FREDERICK ST.-P2:. — Attractive room for gent Ionian, next, to shower. New ho JUG. FRANKLIN ST. - W. - 41 —Nicely f u rn - ished room, lady preferred. Apply 41 W. Franklin. Phone 1027-1-;. NICELY furnished bedroom, hot &. cold water in room; use of phone and garage. 550 Summit Ave. NORTH EXD—Front room, well furnished; gent!e?7ian preferred. Apply 665 Oak Hill. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 CENTRAL—-3 room furnished apt. Outside, light and breezy. Frigi- daire. Use of porches and lawn; 139 Summit. FURNISHED 3 rooms and bath: must be seen to be appreciated. Garage, janitor serviec; 655 S. Potomac. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms; all conveniences. NICELY furnished apartment. Xo children. Apply after 5:30. 602 Sunset Avenue. POTOMAC ST.-N.-3S—2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping, :)rd floor. Centrally located. Convs. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-32'J—3 rooms, newly furnished Frigidaire. auto- hot water. Apply same. , Real Estate For Rent Apartmenxs and Flats 74 ANTIETAM ST.-W.-124—3 or 4 rooms, immediate possession, etc. Apply 119 N. Potomac St. Ph. 612. ARLINGTON—143 East Antietam. 5 rooms, 2nd floor, east. Adults. References. 112 Broadway. Ph. 56S-R. APARTMEXT-216 N. Locust St.. 3 newly rsfinished rooms and bath: $20 per mo. Phone 2493-R. APARTMENT—230 . Summit Ave: 44Vj E. Franklin St. Apply Bearinger, Eyerly's Store. APARTMENTS FOP- RENT—3, 4 "> rooms each, with bath. Apply l. N. Jonathan St. APTS.—S, 24 and 2-10 E. Wash. St.. 22 N. Potomac, 15 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 529-R. .^ APARTMENT—4 rooms and bath: all conveniences. Apply 25 North Avenue. ALL MODERN—.S rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E Washington St. Call 133S-R. APARTMENT—105 East Antietam St., 2 rooms, dinette, kitchenette and bath 1st floor. Poss. at once. Apply Blue Tavern. 23 N Locust St. APTS. — 42 East Ave.. newly refln- ished. 5 rooms, Frigidaire. garage; 64 M; W. Franklin St.. mod- >rn. b rooms & bath. Phone 26" -W. nd floor, modern In S35. Phone 545. rooms & bath, every respect. < 'A NNO.V A \*:.-S.-] 0 — Ftirnishpil! 2 rooms & kitchenette. All conveni- I'lK-os. Adults. C O F F A 1 A N A V hT- 1 2~~ 4 ~ r o on7s7"~prl "- v.i to bath arid garage, $25.00. Plione 22U-.1-2. DOWNTOWN—First Jloor. Jive room apartment, scrooncd-in porch, refrigerator. Venetian blinds. ?3.".00. Reference require-- 1 .. Address Box 4fi, c-o l-Iern.ld-Mo.il, 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. Sale £^ __ L °ts For Sale 83 ,T A]r ^'\ .'R^dian Spring: J^i^n;^_J^ me Box 5§ NICE LOTS in soort~locatio^~<» sin" a rmSe fir! i ^ e ^SSlhiiji^5^ i T*fiaQr\nriKl^ f ^ ^. „ _ _ i } reasonable for Real Estate For Rent Farms and Lands for Rent 76 COUNTRY" home, 3." acre, ', room house, other outbuildings, St. .'!2i' _N.__Jonathan _St. Mou*es for Rent 77 HOUSES—410 Guilford Ave. Western Pike, 462 Park Place, etc GROH REALTY CO.. in Summit Av MULBERRY ST. S. 232—6 rooms. All eoncvemences. Possession Sept. 1st Apply 254 S. Mu 1 berry St. MULBERRY AVETSGS—On bus route near High School. Apply S70 Mulberry Ave. Phone 1243-R. Sept. 1st. POTOMAC ST.-S.-22.i-6 rooms and bath. Possession at once. Phone 1193J12. OAK HILL—Nice 6 or 8 room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awning's, porches, hot water heat, garage. Immediate possession. Telephone 106. POPE AVE.-1240—G rooms, new paper & paint, % A. ground. Apply 1051 Pope Ave. POTOMAC ST.-N.-4QO Block—S room brick, newly decorated; modern bath with shower. Court Realtv Co., 214 2nd National P>ank Bldg. Phone 24SL REYNOLDS AVE.-415 — 6 rooms, newly remodeled. Hardwood floors, ' garage. Possession Sept. 1. Ph. 177R VIRGINIA AVE.-2SOO — S rooms, kitchen, bath, newly decorated thruout, remodeled kitchen, new bath, shower, hot water radiation, refmished floors, large lawn, shrubbery, flowers, fruit trees. Open for inspection Aug. 10. 4 P. M. to S P.._M. Phone 2 r, !)0M. Shore and Mountain—For Rent 79 COTTAGE—With large screened in porch. Boat furnished. Along Conococheague Creek. 20 min. drive from town. Cora Fahrney, 13 N. Potomac. Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate R REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE HUTSON-HETZER A G E NC Y T_Pimimit Ave. Phone 129S Business Property For Sale 82 "THE ROULETTE MILLS" The brick properties known as "The Roulette -Mills." located at 221 E. Washington St. and containing about 50,000 srj. ft. floor space are o'lv.'r? 1 ?'. 1 - "-''th steam heating system, sprinkler system, private telephone system and three elevators. Assessed -Valuation—$60.000 .Sale Price—S2.~i.000. Inquire: .101mor J\. Eyerly. IS W. gton St.. HagcVsto'wn. M'd. Farms and Land For Sale 83 10 Vi ACRES, 1.0 room stucco house. electric. Priced right. Potomac Realty Co., Grico Bldg. Ph 293 19 - 11 & 5 ACRES: good building* & electricity on each. Sacrifice prices. I). M. Rid en our. Sraiths- Houses For Sale 84 •TRN1SHED Apartment. North Kud, '2 rooms, bath, porch and cra- _ya_co_. Phmie 17:!;j.I. FREDERICK ST.-2r?5—5 room ni~e~u~ ly papered, insulated, automatic heat, garage. Kiddie Klothos. 1'OU'liLK BRICK. S, l'otonKic,$4f.OO. Double frame, Linganore Ave. $30oo Brick, (j rooms, bath, ganige. $1700. J'.ungulow. Va. Av«. Bargain, .lohn L. Swain. J'hone 20i>9.l. L>1C.S1RAJ;LK eight room house". Cearfoss. largo cistern, electricity, double garage, built on lot 70.'x20o'. will s^ll or trade on town proportv W. MURRAY BAHCHTEL Agency' 2nd National Bank P.Idg. HAMILTON BLVD.-102."—2nd floor, 3 rooms, tiled bath, enclosed porch, insulated: garage. Apply same. FOR SALK—! 5n-lb. ic«. ret'rigv-ra- tor. good condition: 1 old timo rookor, both roas. prii-od. Ph. 2010K Doas, Cats, Other Pots 4? ! ' • KXKllAL Electric Refrigerator, ex. ! <.v-nont or.nrtiumi: ?•"><> c;ish. .Jacob A. Klino, !020 Oak Hill Avo. Help Wanted—Male CHAUFFEURS— '2\ years of ago nr nvor. May (lower Cab Co. L. C. Rontz. EARNINGS of S2."i per wcok or lilorfl to man with oar for rcpro- sonting woll known oonipany in established local territory. This is direct soiling and applicants must bo willing to work hard. For appointment phone 601. Also man living in .Ihinooek or p.orkolcy Springs for that vicinity. Write P.ox ~>7, Herald-Mail. >OGS and I'l'l'I'JKH <-rav«* variety. GA1NKS .MK AT ANP .MH.lv' MKAL. ( .'» )( >K K!\ has ;i wide variety of in- Kfrodicnis. including i'Ol> LIVKI'J <>!!.. HOWARD'S. 7 K. Hallo, .St. Horses, Cattle. Other Stock 43 iTT-RlvSlll RKS — i:.>:ir.s. bred Kilts Purebred & rogistorod. Wnliinger. Phone 4023F1.". P I '1 'fK n I :T: 1 > 1 1 a m : K^ 1 fi r o lambs. John K, Mnwoa, St. (Miarlton Road, ('loarspriug, Md. ~lTAY!ARKrOLTS — Coming 3 yrs. old. Marked well in color. Size. W. S. Miller. Phone U.'^.-M. _ ">XE Ml) Model 13-A Double Tub V.'ashor. .still in crato, absolutely ;io\v. Was SK'.f.r.O. Xo\v ? s o. r> r. I 1 : ;OTIMAX-W,\KXE, Tin.-. j r,:, AV. Frank!hi St. MEALEV PARKWAY — Very delightful fi ror>tn,v. nowly decorated. m^ir high school. Adults. Ph. S'.'O. lOi>l%RX 4 room apnrtir.ent. All ooiivenionces, ?22.r>0. Hagorstown l;oal!y Co., Jtoaitorv. 12 W'. Franklin. Phone Hi»J. ronni apartment., privato bath, back ))n"i-)i, 2nd iloi);-; lio;. and nold wutor OAK lilLL~^704 — ~'f," nTonTs\~bath". screen oil porch.. '-.ardu-ood floor, insulai^d coiling, refrigerator, oil heat. Call 1661 or 10T.4. -\IODKRX—3 rooms. Wilson Blvd." immediate poss. L. S. Span^ler ^Vgcy-._211 d fi. 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. NORTH KND—Double brick, priced for quick sale John E. Taylor Agcy^ 2rid Nat'] Bldg. Ph. S3S " XIXE room house, excellent location Summit Avenue, sun porch, automatic heat, two car garage, reasonably priced. W. MURRAY P.AEOHTEL Agency -n.l National Hank Bldg. SELECT your home and TTuy it b"y the month with the First Fodora'l _SaA-ings ^ Lo."n Assn. Tel. 1001. s .\ i A L L L: r x<; A i ,c > w—ETfg^r oT city. SMIH. (.inly JLT.IJ <-ash: $10 month'. _<.u(.Ml R1'.\\LTY <'<>.. 1.': Summit Av mod on: brick bTdg. at C,\ W. Frank"- j ii:i St., HOLC tf-rms. X. B. Rn\ve. ! '2*1 X'. I'olnniar St. j No. 13394 Equity. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Charles E. Hose, late of Washington County, deceased, to please f;L- the same properly authenticated. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court for WasM- ington County, on or befor« tk« 30th day of August, 1939, or th<»y may otherwise t>e barred from participating in the distribution of the assets of the said deceased in the hands of the Trustee in the above entitled cause. C. WELLES LITTLE, Special Auditor. ORDER NISI— ~ ~ ~ Lena Watson Biggs, Charles S. Biggs, her husband, versus Edith D. Harkins. Admx. of Fannie A. D»Frehn, dec'd., et a.1. No. 13.SR2. In the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. Ordered, By the Clerk of the Circuit Court, this 2Sth day of July, 1939. that the sales made and reported by Robert H. McCauley, heretofore appointed Trustee for the sale of the real estate in the proceedings of this cau.se mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrarv be shown to the Court on or before the 17th day of August next: Provided, a copv of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once a week for three successive v.-e.eks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sales to be 3370.00. True Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD, Clerk. ORDER NISI— Home Owners Loan Corporation, Mortgagee, Joseph D. Mish. attorney named in mortgage, versus Herbert E. Davidson, Verna P. Davidson, his wife, mortgagors. No. 14,030 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. Ordered. By the Clerk of the Circuit Court, this 2.1th day of July. 1939. that the sales made and reported by Joseph D. Mish. attorney named in mortgage for the sale o"f the real estate in the proceedings of this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown to the Court on or before the 17th day of August next: Provided .a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sales to be $5,000.00. True Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk. Classified Display Public Sale TT TTTTil'TT >LIC SAL1 PROS P E<rrsT-S.- I S roonis, bath, J'rigid." i -Isr. flor-r. '2 \ VIIU; i X1A A V !•:. - 2 (12 1—7 r o o; n :r. 0 d - ••rn brick. Hot watur heat, tub t t shower ha.ih. la v:i; .. r v on 1st T.oor breakfast, nook X- firopia,..-.-. V/roa! unfurnished apurisnont. Ap- . on nner t t verses. I'.irsyth Srornge. .Mill Phono S-l'.'.l, Opo.n evenings. FARM HAND— F.xporienood, want- od at onco. Pay good wages to right, man. Write Hox 62. Herald. FARM HAND — Kxporiencod, wanted by the month. I'M-. Honry C. Foster. Cloarspring, Phono fiF2. MAN HROTHKP.S, tho country'^ bost known line of inen'.s olothos. Now Fall ami Winter lino (tow ready, <>no prioo. $22. .".0, Hundreds of satisfied custoiiters in Hav?ors- iowi\ ainl vici'uiy. Ciinimissior,. \\'rite Tho Ricliiuan P.rothers <_'om- pa ny ( "lovolan<l, < »hio. TRAi'TOK and trailer ilrivor; moch- anics preferred. \Vrito. l?ox »;:> Herald-Mail. Poultry and Supplie ivrc 1 Xt -- Marsha Hatchery. Memorial Blvd., 1^. Phone 9C2.I. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone SOti. WHITE Leghorn pullets for salo. dilToront asros. Martin Hatchery Poultrv Yard. I'hono 40S7F13. AvAerchandise Articles for Salt WASHING ruao.hir.e.s repaired, part? & wringer rolls Jones Appll. Service. 24 Summit Avo. Phone 24. USED FUMXITUKIS stored in our warehouses for ijuick disposal Living room suites, rtlnlnK room suit o.s. bedroom suites, stoves. heaters, washers, radios, combination coal & gas rrincre. otc. Before buying see what we have to offer. Terms i* desired. MEYERS ^ P.KKKSON. Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Office apart;r.i-i;t. Light in>usfr!< facilities. priv:ite entrai'.co. Ph •!_'.".,! S l" .\i3lTf~A V K~2 5 1— 2 iid " fl nor" rTpa rt - mont. "i rooms i-i S-i.ith, cxrellont ooiulition. Can bo soon any Time before G P. M. Possessor: Sept lsf. Oall -!0):,F2. 51 ATTENTION* FARMERS — New Jt used pipe it linings for cow stanchions. Pipe out A; t'nreaded to spooitioHtions. HAGKRSTOWX I^QTIPMKXT CO., Md^Avo^Ph. 14fi i'( >!•'!•• !•;]•". urn. griddlo, counter. K.-IS stove, vi.Oin. s;i\ai'bo;ie, clarinet. 31'. I-".ast Ave, K1,K'"TR1(,: l-'AXS —l>osk fans,~~ox~ hatiKt 1'ans fc air circulators. i"los- inc nut desk fans at special prioo. Ha ijovst own l-''|uipinent Co.. Md. Avo. Phono 1 lt>. largo rooms, bath, hardwood i'.oer.v, llreplaco. pi.rchos. ^.-iira^o. ndu'.;s. 1'hor.f 2 f »7'.'W a:'tor :. P. M, sf~M M IT " A V E. - 1 :;:; — 4 -;, rooms~~<;"or. ! and modern. Hardwood floors. Fireplace. Automatic heat. Central. SUM M 1 T '~X~V E!~ 1 S T— "l N t ~il oo r'" :: rc^ place, hardwood, ran.^e. hot water. 4"2 Summit Ave. Pn. 1025W Public Sale OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE .SITUATED IN HAGERSTOWN, .MARYLAND. By virtue of a decree passed by the Circuit Court for Washington County in Equity Cause No. 13094. in the case of Andrew K. Coif man versus Mary Y. Wie.sr.er. Executrix. et al, the undersigned Trustee will offer at. public .sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on TUESDAY. AUGUST 22nd. !!»:;:'. between the hours of 1:00 and .":00 o'clock p. m.. all the following described real property, lying: and being- on the South side of the Cavetown Turnpike 'now Jefferson Street) fronting thereon S2 feet and running- back with uniform width 240 feet, more or less, to an alley: and being- the same pro?.erty which was conveyed to Charles E. Hose by Henry Hose and wife by deed dated the '.'th day of September, IS!)6. and recorded in Liber No. 10.">, Folio 4G2. of the Land Records of Washingr- ton County. Maryland. Said property being- improved by a. one nr.d a half story frame dwelling--h'U:<:e. containing: ."ix rooms-, and with modern improvements — including electric lights arid running: water. This property will be .sold free of \b.-: lion o? the mortgage now on the same and also tJie life estate contained in tho deed, said life tenants having- died previous to the death of thf; owner. TP:RMS OF SALE.-—one-half o.asn arid The baJanrf- :n o:ie year from t : :-i dnto (>:' sale, or all cash, at T!'.(•> i"'pticr. of t.l^.e purchaser or pur- <•;::''•-. i-ry. Crodit P'lrtions t.n bear iti- toresT ;->«fj f 'io secured to the sat- is:';''-t.io:: of :1v? Trtist«j>-. '.•HAHT.KS \V. WOLF. Trust OP. P'rod M. V,"l:i-e. A'i-:tir r,cer. Public Sale Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 60 oni a par , Mr^. I !."._!, KPOS.SKSSF. I> watches of standard Seeds, Plants. Flowers Business P'aces for Rent 75 GET what yon want t lassit!t;d nd and be satisfied SATURDAY, AUGUST 26TH, 1939 Tannery Farm. W. D. Byron & Sor.r. Wllliamsport, Maryland One R'ray ir.arc. IS yrs.: l .array mare, IS yrs.; 1 gray mare, 22 yrs; 1 W, v.;ucra> ey; l c.ow. I i .<:>:.'••;:; l cow, G. A: IT,: 1 cow, Guernsey; 12 p, i r; !:unbs. <J:ie 2-hi::>e -.\-;igi' ; >, i i-h ,r*o w:igor., 1 Ji'.anure spreader, 1 S*—10 >ii-il! .\l'-i'. : >., ::ev, s.>u-.'<l only ^ acres: ! niow- :, T h.'.y t.vlder. L 1 cti:: i va: yrs. 1 cultivator. r i d i n p: ; •••<:•:: ;>;;i M i •• r, 1 •';.-'• rvi'cr. 1 disc harrow. 1 ii:.-rC tractor plow. ;ni-i!'i bonrd )i!..\\ 2 ;;-h..rse <'•. •'*. i'ln\\s. i. _' ,.;• :'.-h'irse plow, ^ 22-tooth .i;-:•"•,•,•. ' !•'.-: ....I 1. !•. i ;•;'. .\v. 1 ;-!Mke f •.''.I'. barViiW. J doiibie shovol COVn i ; i-jT'lo s!>'.\.'! !':'.\v, ' >iv. uie si; i.\'e! i>!',\',', '.i ,-ots Yankee ::ar:i^-s. ii-c-w: P. so;s Army harness, 3 cellars, new; e-. '..>u'. .'. i.;•;(•;.••>:, i.l'i: J ;>.-iir ;:ew il.vllWo JJI1OS !-'IM\ rihls ..;.•! <•••>:•:•. *.^'-_> a'*ros urr-wlnc: c.'>r:\, '2ft ton? r.iixod hay. Tw.. iiiitc)',er Uortios, 1 urinder, 1 s'.'tfr'er, 1 Xo. 12 DoLaval separator, 1, ha-!-,-: churn. >: other ito-.v.s. TF.RMS t \\S11. OH, DIANA! The Eternal Feminine $& S"FOP t PEVrHlL\ Y&UT AH / DID — sur J U£T -Ss'
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