The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 18, 1939 · Page 11
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1939. ELEVEN Use This Page As You Would A Directory And Find What You Want Quickly HERALD-MAIL ^*<..^^ INFORMATION All ads are restricted to their proper classifications and to the regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements ehould be reported immediately. -The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Advertising 1 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 tvords to . the line. The average •word contains six letters. Daily rates per line for consecu tive insertions: All Classified Advertising la CASH-IN-ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Rate One time ,... .10 per line Three times OS per line Six times 06 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 yearly advertising 1 upon request. .Careful attention given to small orders. . WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department is situated at the Herald- Marl .office. These offices are open to receive advertisements from S A. M. to 8 P.. M." daily; All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear in edition «avae 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 manner as to bring the greatest results. CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements under the following 1 classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goodi. 5—Funeral Directors. 6—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 lor Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work; Painting, Tops and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires, Parts, Accessories. 17A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 18B—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. 25—Moving, Trucking. Storage. 26-—Painting. Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing. Engraving. Binding. 2S—Professional Service. 29—Repairing and Reflnishing. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoe 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—Solicitors, Canvassers. Agents. 36—Situations Wanted—Female. 17—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 3S—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments, Stocks. Bonds. 39 A—Investments. 40 —Money to Loan, Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42 —Correspondence Courses. 43—Local instruction Classes. 44 —Musical. Dan cine. Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 4G—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats, Other Pets. 4$ —Horses, Cattle, Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 50—"Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 61—Articles for Sale. S1A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Beats and Accessories. 53—Building Materials. 5-1—Business and OHice Equipment. 5S—Farm and Dairy Products. 5R—Feed and Fertilizer. 56A—Coal and Wood. K7—Good Things to Eat. SS—Homemade Things. 59—Household Good.;. 60—Jewelry. Watches, Diamond*. 61—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. 62A—Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. fi4—Specials jn the Stores. 6n—Wearing Appnrel. «6—Wanted—To .Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board. 6$—Rooms without Board. 69—Rooms for Housekeeping. 70—Vacation Places. 71.—Where to Eat. 72—Where to Stop In Town. 73—Wanted—Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 7-1—Apartments and Flats. 75—Business Places for Rent. 7fi—Farms and Lands for Rent. 77—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Rent. 7S—Offices and Desk Room. 79—Shore and Mountain—For Rent. 80—Suburban—For Rent. SI—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE R—Brokers Real Estate. S2—Business Property for Sale. S3—Farms and Lands for Sale. 84—Houses for Sale. ' S4A—Garages for Sale. 85—Lots for Sale. 86—Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale. 87—Suburban—For Sale. SS—To Exchange—Real Estate. S9—Wanted—Real instate. AUCTIONS—LEGAL 90—Auction Sales. 91—Legal Notices. Announcements Personals BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DELPHEY'S. 31 E. Franklin St. Phone 5. Automotive Automobiles for Salt 11 1937 FORD Dlx. Coach (Maroon). 1936 FORD Dlx. Fordor (Green). 1936 FORD Coach (Black). 1935 FORD Dlx. Coach. 1934 FORD Coach (Blue). 1933 FORD Coach (Black). 193G 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. Smithsburg, Md. Phone 74 IF YOU are suffering: fro_m the aches and pains of Arthritis, call at CAUFFMAN'S CUT RATE and ask for interesting free Sulpho- Kaps booklet on New Colloidal Sulphur method of treating this painful ailment. LEAVING for Miami, Fla. around September S. Take one, help drive and share expenses. References. Phone, Waynesboro, Pa., 112-W. MEN!—Feel younger. Pep up today. Put vigor in that "Old at 40". rundown body with Ostrex Tonic Tablets. $1.00 'size, special today -S9c. If not delighted, maker refunds this price. Call, write Rudy Rexall Pharmacy. 10 LADIES' brown leather pocketbook with owner's name. Reward, return 119 Fairground Ave. Automotive Automobiles for Sa'e 11 FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pangborn Blvd. & Paper Mill Road IS IT WISE TO SEND A FAMILY OUT IN A CAR THAT'S'.A DEATH TRAP'/ "BE SAFE, STOP ACCIDENTS!" Trade with Hoffman-Chevrolet iales; our OK Guaranteed Used :ars have been Shop Checked and Road Tested for Safety. Do it now while our selection is good. Easiest Terms in Town! 193S CHEVROLET Master DeL. Town Sedan. Blue finish, excellent mechanically. It's a sin to call this beautiful car used. Onlv $565 193S CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery. Here's a swell economical job for the thrifty buyer, just like new. Only $495 1935 PONTIAC Sport Coupe. Words cannot fully express the beauty of this black sport car. You ' must see it to appreciate its line condition. Only .... $5G5 1938 CHEVROLET 1% ton Cab & Chassis, 131" W. B., 10 ply tires, in perfect mechanical condition. A bargain at $575 1937 LINCOLN-KEPI-JYR Sedan. Black, tires very good. This is ^surely a fine, clean car and truly a bargain at $595 1937 FORD 4 dr. Sedan. Black finish, used carefully. See this one today at $375 1937 FORD 2 dr. Sedan. Looks and runs like now. black finish: yours for only $395 1937 LA SALLE Sedan. Beautiful black finish, low mileage. Its line mechanical condition makes it the natural king of the highway. Only ..... $C95 1936'LA SALLE Sport Coupe. A beautiful blue sport car. in perfect condition thruout. Don't fail to inspect this wonderful bargain whether you buy or not. Priced for quick 'sale 1936 CHEVROLET"'Master"' DCL! Sport Sedan. All metal body, no draft ventilation & hydraulic brakes: it has a beautiful black finish. A-l condition thrunut ?;t7a 1936 FORD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, un- u.sually smooth and quiet run- nine $295 935 FOKD Sport Coupe-. -. Black, a. reputable 1935 car priced at a figure that insures you a low yearly depreciation. A real buy at $245 TRUCKS CHEVROLET'S'& FORDS Slakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone -15S Look for the Big Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" TODAY'S FEATURED "BUICK CONDITIONED" USED CARS 3S-41 BU.1CK Trj?. Sedan 37-47 1.1U1CK Trg. Sedan 37-CITEV. Mstr. Tr. Sedan 37-DODOE Bus. Coupe Sfi-46 BU1CK Bus. Coupe 3C>—CHEVROLET Stand. Coach 3G-OLDS "G" Trg. Sedan 36 TKRRAPLANE Trg. Sedan . rt ,(i-PONTlAC S Trg. Sednn ."•r.-41 FJTICK Trg. Sedan 3.-)-CREV. Std. Bus. Coupe 35 PONTIAC G Bus. Coupe :M CHEV. .Mstr. Coach 34 PLYMOUTH 2 dr. Sedan 34-PONTTAC 4 dr. DeL. Sedan •':ich one of these line Used Cars s a Special Bargain in itself, .so see, them todav and select yours. USED "CAR MARKET Frederick St. Phone 220G Opon evonings until 10 oVlock. THE THUMMA MOTOR CO. BIT1 OK DEALER GET what you want through a clnssifiort ad and he satisfied. MODEST MAIDENS Trudemnrk U.S. Patent OfTu-e AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE Now is the time. BUY and SAVE MONEY during this sale. Every car in our stock has been greatly reduced in price for Quick sale Come in and look them over. Take a drive and see for yourself. The best bargains ever offered in Hagerstown. 1937 OLDS 6 Cyl. Dlx Trg. Sedan. 1937 DODGE 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1937 CHRYSLER 6 cyl. Dlx. Coupe. 1937 FORD Dlx. Tudor Trg. Sedan. 1937 FORD Dlx. Coupe, like new. 1936 PLYMOUTH Dlx. 4 dr. Trg. Sedan, with radio & heater. 1936 PLYMOUTH Dlx. 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. • ; 1935 PLYMOUTH Dlx. 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1935 PLYMOUTH Dlx. 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1935 FORD Dlx. 4 dr. Sedan, Radio & heater. Looks and runs like new. 1935 FORD Dlx. Tudor Sedan. 1935 CHEVROLET Master Sedan. 1935 DODGE Dlx. 4 dr. Sedan. 1934 PLYMOUTH Dlx. 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1934 PONTIAC 4 dr. Sedan. 1934 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Sedan. 1934 CHEVROLET Master 2 dr. Sdn. 1934 PLYMOUTH Coach. 1933 PLYMOUTH Dlx. Coupe. Rumble seat. 1933 FORD 4 dr. Sedan. 1933 CHEVROLET Master 4 dr. Sdn. 1932 CHEVROLET"4 dr..Sedans 25 Other Lower Priced Cars to Select from. $25.00 up Convenient and Attractive Terms MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 56-62 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 "Your Chrysler & Plymouth Distributor" SAFETY FIRST BUS A CERTIFIED CAR 5 Days- Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLEIGH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 BARGAIN 1935 CHEVROLET Master DeL. 2 dr. Sedan, unusually clean, heater, has knee action, shock proof steering, vacuum fuel saver. $115 Down and $17.59 per month. J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 219 E. Washington St. Phone SOI USED CARS & TRUCKS 1—'3G INT. V- ton Pickup. 1—*3G INT. v, ton Panel. 1—'3G Int. 2-3 ton Cab & Chassis. 1—'37 FORD % ton Stake. 1—'3G GMC IV- ton.Cab & Chassis. 1—'34 FORD IV 2 ton Stake Bo'dy. 1— ':','< CHEVY IV. ton Stake Body. 1—'34 DODGE IV- ton Cab & Cli'ssls 1—'36 STUDEBAKER 2-3 ton Cab & Chassis. ]—'31 FORD Coupe. 1—'3S FORD DeLuxe 2 door Sedan. Radio, heater, defroster. Come In and See Them We Guarantee You Full Dollar McCORMTCK-DKERTNC STORE 125 E. Balto. rt. Hagcrstown, Md. 193S OLDSMOB1LE "G" 4 dr. Touring Sedan, has automatic safety transmission, knee action, unisteel body, safety instrument unit with safety dash, heater, color black. Yours for only S2G." Down and IS months to pay the balance. J. S. SNOWB.ERGKR & SONS 219 K. Washington St. Phone SOI Autos For Hire 12 GRAHAM CUSTOM—15c. Low rates. Anybody's friend in a cyclone. PAUL H. .TOHNSON. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. _GJ qgs^ S h op. 11 N : ..Lnctiy:t.JPh^2J^9_nvv Radio Repairing 18-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 5:00 P..M. TARE ART DROS. 32K W Washington St. Phone 2-1S Repairing and Refinishing 29 F. .1. (.JACK—Reupholstcring <t repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Fh 3056. 2S E. Frankjjm Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 A. SETTLED white girl, general housework and to help with 2 children. North End. Write Box S2. Herald-Mail. WITH ALL HER FALLS WE LOVE HER STILL She's only a little girl now—just the right age to fall for roller skating. And when she grows up to be a big woman, she'll fall for "\iVant Ads as the best means of renting spare rooms. Financial Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 MONEY to loan on first mortgage. 5%. Geo. D. Hicks, Hagerstown Trust Bldg. Phone 3018. MONEY TO LOAN—On good first mortgages. 5%. H. P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN UN MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE. 26 N. Potomac St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Ageno 304-5-6 Second Natl. Bank Bldg. 5% MONEY for first mortgages. H. T. Brewer. T. C. Lindsey. 214-15 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg Ph. 2481. Livestock BUILD your pullets now for the coming" laying season with CONKEY'S Y. O. GROWING MASH. Give it a trial. HOWARD'S, 7 E. Balto. St. Phone St)G. CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd., E. Phone 9G2.J. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone SOG. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 ATTENTION FARMERS — New & used pipe & fittings for cow stanchions. Pipe cut & threaded 1 to specifications. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Md. Ave. Ph. 14G BRICK, building stone & heavy timber at Potomac Ave. elevator. H. M. Mullendore. Phone 13P.7. ELECTRIC FANS—Desk fans, exhaust fans & air circulators. Closing out desk fans at special price. Hagerstown Equipment Co..' Md. Ave. Phone 14G. 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 savings. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Maryland Ave. Phone 14C. FO.R SALE—National cash register $22.50. A real buy: 21 N. Jonathan Street. RECONDITIONED STEEL PIPE. Valves & Fittings. All Sizes. Lowest prices. .We cut & thread to your specifications. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp 304 W Church St. Phone 10.".P Farm and Dairy Products 55 POTATOES FOR SALE at City Farm. Allen .1. Beard, Frederick Road. Phone 2-1S4.T. Coal and Wood 56-A DISTRIBUTORS — O. _P, Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear OH W. Antietam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontns Run Mine Phone 900-001 CHRISTMAS CARD Sensation! Deal with leader. Finest ?1 assortment. Latest foils, parchments. iiG Personals. Combination otter. Experience unnecessary. Request samples. Doohln. Kitchburg S12. Mass. \YANTED—Mennonite girl: good wages; state experience. Your information confidential. Write Morning 1 lorald. Box 70. Help Wanted—Male 33 COUNTER BOY—One who ran make sandwiches and salad. Apply in person. Airport Inn. TRAFFIC manager who can quote rates and solicit freight. S:i.l:iry. Ret'orenee. Write P. O. Box :'»22. WANTED — Experienced bartender for week-end work. Apply steward. Fountain ll>:id Ootmtrv Club. Sftuations Vv a«ited—Male 37 TRUCK PR I VINO WANTKD- ; m Carrol ton ,\vo. LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL Buckwheat. S-xf>0: Pea. S7.00: Nut, ?S.OO; Stove. 57.75: Egg. $7. 25: Special Furnace. So. 75. (Hard coal, 25c per ton discount in truck loads. cash on delivery only). POCAHONTAS "OIL TREATED" Pea. SGOO: Nut SG.2;>: Stoyc. S7.00. BITUMINOUS Penn. Lump. $6.50: Mine Run. 53.00: Truck Loads, 54.50. PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComas St. Phone 2038 Merchandise Household Good* 19 10 PIECE Walnut Dining Room Suit. Spring & mattress, fine condition. Ph. 1S39. 2021 Virginia Ave WASHING machines repaired, parts & wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. Seeds, Plants, Flowers 63 AWNS SEED, barley and alfalfa hay for sale. Raymond E. Herbst. Rinergold. Specials in the Store* 14 MEATS—For a delicious steak, chops or roast., call 922. Neal R. Dorsey- 21M- E. Franklin St. Wante to Buy 66 TIMOTHY HAY WANTED—Cash at the barn. S. & 'A. Co.. 133-1 Forbes St.. Pittsburgh, Pa. WANTED—Heifers. 12 to IS mo. of age. H. E. Pitsnogle. Mt. Etna Road: 40fir,F4. Rooms and Board Rooms With Board 17 MULBERRY ST.-N.-."'in—Board and room. All conveniences. Reasonable rates. Private family. WILL room & board married couple or two gentlemen in private home. Excellent location. Rate reasonable. Write Box 7S, c-o Herald- Mail. WEST SIDE AVE.-222 — Room and board with private family. Garage. Phone 103S-M. Rooms Without Board 68 NORTH END—Front room, well furnished: gentleman preferred. Apply GCr, Oak Hill. NICELY furnished bedroom, hot' & cold water in room: use. of phone and garage. 550 Summit Ave. OAK HILL AVE.-SI 5—Attractive large room: convenience^, use of pbone and porches Phone C70.T. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 ALL MODERN—2 furnished rooms, electric refrigeration, hot water, bath, automatic heat, S5 week. Apply r,4G Chestnut St. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms; all conveniences. NICELY furnished 5 rooms, hardwood, refrigerator; garage. Apply Spi-polier, :'.. r i. r i .S. Potomac. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 ANTIETAM ST.-W.-12G—3 and 4 rooms, immediate possession, etc. Apply 1111 N. Potomac St. Ph. 612. APARTMENTS FOR RENT—3, 4 & f. rooms each, with bath. Apply l. : , N. Jonathan St. APARTMENT—4 rooms and bath; all conveniences. Apply 25 North Avenue. APTS.—42 East Ave.. newly retin- ished, 5 rooms, Frigidaire, garage; 64 w. W. Franklin St.. modern. -S rooms & bath. Phone 2G2-W. APTS.—S and 24 E. Washington, 22 N. Potomac, 21 W. Wash., etc. GROH REALTY CO., 13 Summit Av ALL MODERN — 5 rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E. Washington St. Call 133S-R. ~~ " ~ _ rpTlLlCMS on hard coal and bis- vein run of mine. ^OCn lump. Lykens Valley Coal. 217 P. Poto- innc __Sr. Flyon e_l_l 2 V . <"*. C. F.ur g«*ss. Good Things To Eat 57 NEW APPLES—50c bu.. tree run. Martin 'Storage. Middleburg Pike, cvnnintrr Phone -10P.SF12. AP A RT M ENT— T 12 E~~W a"s h?~St! 5 rooms & bath, "nd floor, modern in every . respect. S35. Phone 545. BROADWAY - 22 — First floor. 4 rooms & bath. Apply 10!) V'. N. Po- toinaq. Pne 103:; or 15S4W. Household Good* 59 Financial Business Opportunity 33 BUSINESS opportunity in Middletown Valley. Gas station, good 7 room house with clec., chicken houses, barn <fc hop pen, S.'OO strawberries, 1000 black & red raspberries. 13 acres «(. ground along concrete road. Good place for an up-to-date grocery store. «"ash price 52,500, including crops. Write Box 70._c-o^Horal(l-Mni1. SMALL restaurant for sale. Also rooming house. Selling on account of ill health. Apply 112 N. Jonathan St.roet. GAS UANGK—(Uetiwood, practically new, priced right, leaving town; 1307 Hamilton l>lvd, l-'hone 17.~,2-W. TIKiH (JRAOK mahogany player piano, 100 music rolls. $.">0.00. Apply 11(> Rucna, Visla Ave. ONE (.1) Moden^rTrrrTTxx. Phileo~Ra^ dio. brand new. Fully guaranteed. Was $S2.'.».'.. Now $.V.'.0.'. KOHMAN-WARNK. Inc. Phone ST. r..". W. Frank-lin St. SPECIAL PRICES on Inner Spring Mattresses. Forsyth Storage, Mill St.. Phone S40.1. Open evenings. Money <o Loan—Mortgages 40 A .SAFIO .t satisfactory Farm Loan plan. ?2.'0.000 available, low rates, long terms. L. .S. Spangl^r A gey.. 2nd r'l. 2nd Natl. Rank Rider. 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 ofTer. Terms if desired. MEYERS & BKRK5ON. Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite X<yw Post Office DOWNTOWN—First lloor. five room apartment, scrcened-in porch, re- i fngerator. Venetian blinds. $35.00. Reference required. Address Box 46. c-o Herald-Mail. F.R K D E 111 "CKRD73Y5^NeTv mocT- crn apartment, three rooms and bath, all private. Range, hardwood floors and fireplace. Immediate pos.scx.sion. Apply C. H. Rohrer. iSchimlcl. Rohrer & Co., Inc. FA I RG I ;OTND A Yi^7^ ; 'u7-TrislTed apartment, use of phone, garage Apply same. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 PROSPECT ST.-.S.-112 — Bachelor apartment, centrally located; all conveniences: Sept. 1st. Phone 19. PROSPECT ST.-S. -13 rooms, private bath. Furnished 5 rooms fur- rooms, private uain, u rooms Lur- nished or unfurnished, Washington Square. Mrs. H. L. Kneisley. 1524. RESIDENTIAL Section—2 new 1st floor, 4 room apts., bath with shower, hardwood, modern kitchen, heated garage. Large front porch. Adults. 119 K, Potomac St., \Vil- liamsport. Phone 2G41. SEPTEMBER 1ST—Modern 5 room apartment. Large grounds. Apply Mrs. E. K. Eyerly. Phone 370-M. SUMMIT AVE.-133—4-5 rooms. Cool and modern. Hardwood floors. Fireplace. Automatic heat. Central. SUMMIT AVE.-1S1—5 rooms &. bath, 1st floor, fireplace, hardwood, garage. 422 Summit Ave. Ph. ]'.)2r,.\V. WASHINGTON ST.-W.--) 22—Apartment 3 rooms and bath. Phone C. N. Dennis, l'J37 - W. WASHINGTO": ST'."-W.-4~:.!6 — Very desirable, 5 and 3 room apartments, each with tiled bath, hardwood floors, insulated, screened, steam heat. Can be seen by appointment. Call 997J. W. O. \V. Bldg.—5 room apartment, modern, janitor service, hardwood floors. Possession at once. 115 KING ST.—New apt., light, airy. 3 rms, kitchenette, bath, hardwood firs. Immediate poss. Apply same. 37 S. PROSPECT.—Furnished apartment. Living room, dining room, kitchen, bath and two bedrooms. Available now. Call 1737W. Maud Davison, Agt. 2 OR 3 Unfurnished rooms £ bath, newly finished. 52 Avon Road, cor. West Franklin St., extended. G22 N. PROSPECT — $17.50. 5 rooms, good location. Guv L. Doub, 20S:U. 14.3 EAST ANTIETAM—4 & 5 room apt., newly decorated; adults: ref. 112 Broadway. Phone 56SR. Business Places for Rent 75 FASHIONLAND store room tures; can be leased reasonable. Write Box r>l. Herald. STORE Room, 7 W. Side Ave. Apply 270 S. Potomac. Phone -140-.T. Houses for Rent 77 FUNKSTOWN — Brick, 7 rooms, modern, garage. Corner Antietam & Chestnut Sts. Phone 20S0.1. HAMILTON BLVD.-] 001) — G room brick with garage. 535 mo. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. Phone 24S.1. HOUSES—4G2 Park Place, Western Pike, Alexander St., etc. GROI-I REALTY CO., 13 Summit Av MARBERN ROAD—New 6 room semi-bungalow; modern. M. V. B. Bostetter, 100 Arcade Bldg. LOCUST ST.-N.-539—6 room modern brick, opposite Broad wav School. Poss. Sept. 1. Phorie 27GO. MAIN AVE.-10.33—7 room single house, garage, yard; all conveniences. Apply same. MULBERRY ST.-S.-134 — 7 rooms, bath, all modern conveniences, hardwood floors. Phone 437R or 17G3R. 112 S. Mulberry. MULBERRY ST.-S.-252—G rooms, conveniences, gas stove: reasonable . ent. Kept. 1. Ap. 254 S. Mulb- NOKTH AVE.-107—7 room brick house; possession Sept. 1st. Apply 105 North Ave. OAK HILL-912—Modern S room house, vapor heat. 2-car garage: reasonable rent. Strole-Wright Insurance Agency. Phone 12G6. OAK HILL—Nice 6 or S room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awnings, hot water heat, garage. Immediate possession. Telephone 106. POTOMAC AVE.-1021—S room modern home, oil heat: laun'dry; double garage. POTOMAC ST.-S.—G or S room house, immediate possession: all conv. Apply 2G2 S. Potomac St. SNYDER AVE.-20—G room modern, all conveniences. $22.50; 105 E. Hill_crest. Phone 2240-M. VIRGINIA AVET2SOO—S rooms r^ decorated: new bath, shower, \-J water radiation, remodeled kitcu- en, breakfast nook, refinished lloors, lawn, shrubbery. flowers, fruit troes. Phone 25:iO-M. Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE HUTSON- HETZE R A G E NC Y _7_ Summit Ave. Phone 12PS 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 sq. ft. floor space are equipped with steam heating system, sprinkler system, private telephone system and three elevators. As.sessed Valuation—SGO.OOO. Sale Price—$25.000. Inquire: Elmer K. Eyerly. IS W. Washington St.. HagersUvwn._Md. Farms and Land For Sale 83 ELEVEN acre farm, good location in Halfway section, seven room house, large garage, reasonably priccil. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency Second National Bank Bldg. FA! IM^445 A.. Jiul i a n~:$p rings. T r7 t mi. uf£ lit. 40. Macadamized road. Priced $2.<>00. Write Box 73. c-o Herald-.Mail. __ _____ WE HAVE a desirable listing of i" arms well located from 10 A. up to ".00 A. Some real bargains. C. .). Spa! diner Co. Phone 5S1W. Negley Bldg. 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 Real Estate For Sale Houses For Sale ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW— No. 636 Guilforc! Ave., Having 1 5 large rooms and bath all on one floor. The new MODERNISTIC ARCHWAY between the living 1 room and the dining 1 room is a honey. The DREAM KITCHEN, with its bright, cherry color linoleum and its chrome bands, has taken the eye of all that have seen it. •$1,000.00 (or less) Down Payment. 337.."iO per month pays everything. Call 1GC and see it any day or evening". HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. 12 W. Franklin St. Hagerstown, Md. BUNGALOWS—Several nearly new with hardwood floors, vapor heat, concrete cellar, edge of town. Easy payment. Phone 20S9J for key. John L. Swain Agency. DOUBLE brick, 6 rooms each side, all conveniences, $3500. Potomac Realty Co.. 106 Grice Bldg-. Ph. 203. DESIRABLE six room house in Smithsburg. fronting 1 on main highway, property in fine condition. \V. .MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency Second National Bank Bldg 1 . DESIRABLE North End property, eight room brick house, Hamilton Boulevard, hardwood floors, hot water heat, two garages. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency Second National Bank Bldg. 1RV1.N AVE.-W.—New, modern 6 room Colonial Ho_me. Small down payment. 4V-% interest. GROH REALTY CO., 13 Summit Av LOVELY 6 room modern brick home, 2 lots, about 3 A. in fruit, on Virginia Ave. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd 2sat]. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2481. MODERN five room home, store room, steam heat, good location at the sacrifice price of $2,250.00 if sold at once. NEW six room home, North end, hardwood throughout, vapor heat. a real buy. FARMS from ten to four hundred acres at very low prices and can be well financed. STROLE REALTY CO.. 101 Arcade P.lrlf?. Phone 1266. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS—Best residential locations. Large, attractive four-apartment house, well built, hardwood floors, fireplaces, garages, always rented. Virginia Ave., near Park and School, six room house, hardwood floors, fireplace, garage, large lot. shrubbery, fruit. Exceptional buys for homes or investment if sold this month. Write Box 77. c-o Herald-Mail. IRVIN AVE.-EAST—New, modern double brick; also modern double brick on Hamilton Blvd.' Court Realty Co., 214 2nd Natl. Bldg. Phone 24S1. HPRUC1C ST.—Modern 6 room semi- bungalow, bath, 'furnace, garage, etc. Sacrifice 53600. Small down payment, balance as rent. GROH REALTY CO.. J3 Summit Ave. SPECIAL — $11.25" for a 4 story moderr brick bldg. at Cl W. Franklin St.. JIOLC terms. N. B. Rowe, 2C N. Potomac St. WASH. ST.-W.—S room brick, hot water heat, oak floors. 2 car garage, a nice house at a low price. John E. Taylor Ajgcy. Phone S3S. Lots For Sale 81 NICK LOTS IN GOOD LOCATIONS S12.~. Easy terms. We llnance and build vour new home. CROFT REALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av To Exchange—Real Estate 8t 175 A.—Will sell or trade on town property. S miles N. W. Hagerstown. loir, Corbett St. Auctions—Legols Legal Notices 91 Public Sal« OF VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY IN HAGERSTOWN. rn^inifi-^ /^ the Power of sale by wfifiim" -, h * 7^'^age executed r MV r. i,- 1 ' - Morrow and Keika (fV« - °'t"' ty* ^' ife ' and - VL WiHiam HntJi "i -^anan Hess, his wife, dated January 21st, 1U3S and dulv ?88° r ; 1 ™ J ? v^f *°- 205. Fol& u- ' u- " of the Larid Records of Jafrt m St ?" C ° Uty - Ata «-yland. which n^to morr ,^' a ", e was duly assigned unto J. Cleveland Grice, the under- u'rf'ar d f ° r n h % P Ur P°s« <* foreclosure and collection on the 15th day -f ? i us if Vh" 39 - defauit havin = b °«n -a-P £r* e pa ,y ment of said mort- "n-?rn,-n/'i r an v cov enants therein, coi tamed, I the undersigned, will -sell at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown, Wash" rhf ho, Cou " t >'- -Dryland, between the hours of one and three o'clock o>%rp™Mf?. A > y - THB 12TH D °^ O* SLPTJLMBER, 1930, all of the property described in said mortgage, together with all of the improvements thereon, the ^same being located on the south side of West \r^? S i° n S , Cr u eet ' in Hagerstown, ,-Iri? H ' ^> nci , beins " more Particularly described z>? ^"Hovs- PARCEL NO. "l. "Being" all that' lo- or parcel of land,-situate in the Hagerstown Manufacturing. • Mining, ana Land-improvement Company's• Number Four Addition to Hag-erg- 1 town, said lot being known and- designated as Lot No. 13 in 3ec- : V/M-r- ° n \? lat of said Company's' Addition, which' said plat is duly recorded in the office of the Clerk"' of the Circuit Court for Washing.; ton County, and having a frontag" of forty (40) feet, more or less, oath e bouth side of West Washing-" £ n f treet - and extending back therefrom with that uniform width a distance of One Hundred and- I-my (loO) feet to an alley. PARCEL NO. 2.—Being adjacent to Lot No. 13 of this conveyance and situate in the aforesaid Hagerstown Manufacturing.- Mining and J^and Improvement Company's Number Four Addition to Hagerstown,. said lot or parcel hereby conveyed being known and designated-as Lot No. 14 in Section 12 of said Addi-" tion, as shown on the plat hereinbefore mentioned, and having a frontage of Forty (40) feet on the .South side of West Washington Street and running back therefrom . with that uniform width a distance' •>f One Hundred and Fifty (150) feet, more or less, to an alley. The above parcels of land being all of the same property-which was .' conveyed unto the said Win jam H Morrow .and M. William Hess by ' Maude Eckstine. et al, Executrices or Charles E. Eckstine, deceased, bv , deed dated the 21st dav of January,' 1 1938, and duly recorded in Liber' No. 205, Folio 6S7. one of the Land Records of Washington County,' Maryland, to which reference is hereby made. The improvements on this property consist of a large stucco and other buildings heretofore occupied by Hagerstown Body Works.' Inc.. as a garage and body repair shop. The improvements are generally known as No. 1007 West Washington - Street, Hagerstown, Maryland. Reference is hereby made to the aforesaid mortgage and the references therein contained for a more ' full and complete description of :all of said property. Possession can be given upon compliance with terms of sal" TERMS OF SALE:—One-half of the purchase money to be paid in cash on the day of sale or ratifica- ' tion thereof by the Court, balance • in one year from day of sale, said deferred payment to bear interest, from day of sale and to be secured- .satisfactory to partj- making said sale, or all cash at the option of the purchaser or purchasers. •I. CLEVELAND GRTCE. Assignee for foreclosure and collection. Fred M. White. Auctioneer. 5LIC SALE ly papered, insulated, automatic heat, garage. _ Kiddie _Klothes. _ HAMILTON BLVD.-l fo's^ii rooms] bath, hardwood, gas range. 2 pri- v^vle entrances. Apply same 1st 11 r. MA M ILTO N~U^bTTo 2?^Tn d" "fioo r. '•'• rooms, tiled bath, enclosed porch. insulated: garage. Apply same. MIC ALKY PARKWAY'— Very delightful G rooms, nmvly decorated, near hitrh school. Adults. Ph. S'.ni. 110 A. — 3'.;; mi. west of town. Brick house, good barn to st-ll milk on hard ro;ul. Priced to sell. 5? A. — - mi. north of town, would make a nice home. 3<* A. — 7 mi. west of town on Route 40. GOOD 7 room house, largo lot, plenty of shrubbery and fruit, 2 mi. north of town. (.". K. Winger, 22G Hager St. Phone 2SS3. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Martin V. B. Bostetter vs. The Princess Luncheonette and Soda Shoppe, Inc., and Nettie V. Gray. Individually trading as The Princess Luncheonette and Soda Shoppe. No. 13844 Equity. Jn the Circuit Court for Washington County. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the above named defendants to file the i same with the Clerk of the Circuit ! Court for Washington County, prop- i j erly authenticated, on or before the 23rd day of August. 1030. or they j ! will otherwise be barred from par- I | ticipating in the assets of the said I defendants, in the hands of the Trus- i leo named in the above entitled cause. CHAS. W. WOLF. Court Auditor. Classified Display OF VALUABLE FARM By virtue of the power of sale contained in the last will and testament of Rebecca S. Martin, deceased, and by virtue of an order of the Orphans" Court for Washington County, passed in the aforesaid estate, we, the undersigned executors of Rebecca S. Martin, deceased, will offer at Public Sale in front, of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on . . TUESDAY. AUGUST 29. 103D between the hours of 1 and.3 P. M.. the following real estate with improvements thereon: 100 acres of" limestone land with large bank barn, seven room house, a never failing well, two cisterns, one at house and one at barn, and other, outbuildings. This farm is situated along the Marsh Pike about three- quarter mile south of Reid. . TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash on day of sale and remainder April 1. 1940, with interest from day of sale. MENNO S. MARTIN. JOHN S. ESHLEMAN. Executors. WHEN you lose something: don't lose track of this number—10-i. A classified ad-taker will help you word an effective "Lost and Found" ad, Merchandise MODERN 4 room apartment. All convenience?:. $22.50. Hncrerstown Realty Co.. Realtors. 12 W. Frank- JJ_n. Ph one 1 6 f-. 0.\ K HILL - 70 t "~^~l ro"o"ms.""baTh". screened porch, 'lardwood floor, insulated coiling, refrigerator, oil heat. Call 16fil or 1054. 130 A.. '•' miles from Hagerstown: lime .stone .voil. very productive. ample buildings it water, f-leetrici- ty available, price right, terms to suit purchase;'. Exceptional opportunity. L>. M. Ridenour, Smiths- JlLT?-- -?•''!• _ _ Houses For Sale 84 BUY or build under FHA direct reduction or regular mortgage loan plan at the First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. P.r. N. Jonathan Kt. Tel. 1001 Notices TRANSFER CLASS B tON SALF-I BEER & | LIGHT WINE ( Transfer from Ethel C. Mowen to j R. E. Provard. Rainbow Tavern, i 1003 W. Washington St.. Hagers-' GLASS B (ON SALK> BEER ! Mike Farrie—Transfer from S2 ! Madison Ave., to 7G MaJis'Vi Ave., i Haurerstown. ', N'olit.-e is hereby given to pro- i t<••:•'tMtits nnd applirants that hear- ; inprs on th>"» ab'ivi' 1 applications will be held at. Room 40! Second National P.ank B'ticr.. Hafrer.stown, at 10:00 \ M S'-'pt^nib^r Is;, H'"0. P,O\RP OF I.K'KXSK for WASHING- T<">N '.'Or.VTY. Reconditioned Electric Refrigerators .'» cu. ft. Frigidaire $49.00 6 cu. ft. Frigidaire 69.00 *> cu. ft. General Electric S9.00 G cu. ft. Grunow S9.00 Terms as Low as $5.00 Down ?4.73 Monthly Open Evenings by Appointment Shockey Furn. Co. OH, DIANA! Mr. Beaver Regrets "Ok isliafll I do? 1 only mint link ones! -'- I DON'T" \/V/£LL— I \$"POS~E IT~ OL' BZAVEIZ KNOU/ VS£'IZE\\VOULD &£ A NOT TAK.IN' HIM. TO TQU//V U//7W US. } ~~ v I'VE GOTTA O U/AY TO IT TO J/ST AY M £=F'N AH ATS T

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