The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 30, 1939 · Page 11
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1939. ELEVEN* If You're Looking For A Dependable Used Car At A Low Price Read These Ads HERALD-MAIL INFORMATION All ads are restricted to the! proper classifications and to th regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements 8houl< be reported immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one incorrect inser tion. Advertising ordered for Irregula Insertion takes the one time rate PHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ada taken for less than a basis of three lines. Count six average •words to the line. The average \vord contains six letters. Daily rates per line for consecutive insertions: AH Classified Advertising la CASH-IN-ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING l RATES i Cash Kate I One time •. .10. per line Three times OS per line Six times OG per line Ads ordered, for three or six times, and stopped before expiration wil be charged for only the number of times the ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertising 1 upon request. Careful attention given to small fprders. "WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department is situated at the Herald- Man office. These offices are open to receive advertisementn from S A. M. to S P. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear in edition sa.ue day and 8 P. M. will appear in edition following day. The Ad-taker w'ill gladly assist ydu, if desired, so that the copy for your ad is prepared in such a manner a,s 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—In Memoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Good*. fi—Funeral Directors. " 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7—Personals. S—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost. Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE 11—Automobiles for Sale. 12—Autos for Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work, Painting, Tops and Upholstery. 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. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 1SD—Welding and Brazing. 10—Building and Contracting. 20—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating. Plumbing, Rooting. 2."—Insurance and Surety Bond. 2 4—Lau nd erl n g. 2T>—Moving. Trucking, Storage. 2(>—Painting. Papering. Decorating. 27—Pri-ifing. Engraving, Binding. 2S—Professional Service. 29—Repairing and Rcfinishlng. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoo Repairing. 20C—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. 30—Investments. Stocks. Bonds. 30 A—Investments. 40—Money to Loan. Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow, INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 43—Local Instruction Classes. 4-1—Musical. Dancing, Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs. Cats, Other Pets. 48—Horses. Cattle, Otiier Stock. 40—Poultry and Supplies. BO—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE Kl—Articles for Sale. 61A—Barter and Exchange. ! 2—Beats and Accessories. 3—Building Materials. 5.1—Business and Olllco EquIr>Tnent, 65—Farm and Dairy Products,. Bp—Feed and Fertilizer. RGA—Coal and Wood. t>7—Good Things to Eat. BS—Homcmndo Things. 59—Household Good,). CO—.Jewolry, Watches. Diamond*. 61,—Machinery and Tools. fi2—Musical Mo re ha n disc. 62A—Radio Equipment, 63—Seeds. Plants. Flowers. 6-4—Specials in tho Stores. 6."—"Wearing Appar&l. 6G—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board. 6S—Rooms without Uo.ird. 69—Rooms for Housekeeping. 70—Vacation Places. 71.—TV hero to Eat. 72—Where to Stop In Town. 73—Wanted — Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 74—Apartments and Flats:. 75—Business Places for Rent. 76—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. 81—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE It—Brokers Real Estate. S2—Business Property for Sale. S3—Farms and Lands for Sale. S4—Houses for Sale. S4A—Garages for Sale. 85—Lots for Sale. S6—Shore. Mountain, Lake for Sale 87—Suburban—For Sale. $S—TO Exchange—Real Estate. SO—"Wanted—Heal Estate. AUCTIONS—LEG AL £0— A net I on Sal eg .^_^ -._ Announcements Automotive Automobiles for Salt 1938 OLDSMOBILE "6" 4 dr. Trun Sedan, has automatic safety trans mission, knee action, unisteel bod> safety instrument unit with safe ty dash, heater and defrosters, col or black. Yours for only $265 Dow and IS months to pay the balance. J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 219 E. Washington St. Phone SOI l'J37 FORD Dlx. Coach (Maroon). 1036 FORD Dlx. Fordor (Green). L93G FORD Coach (Black). 1035 FORD Dlx. Coach. 1034 FORD Coach (Blue). 1933 FORD Coach (Black). 193G PLYMOUTH Sedan (Brown). 1032 FORD Coupe (Blue). 1937 FORD Pick-up (Green). 1936 FORD 157" Stake Body. 1034 CHEVROLET Pick-up (Blue) NEWMAN AUTO CO. Smithsburg. Md. Phone 74 AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE Now is the time to buy a line re conditioned and guaranteed car an have it for Labor Day. Prices on all cars greatly reduce to move quickly. 1035 DODGE Dlx. 4 dr. Sedan. 1934 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan 1 34 FORD Dlx. 4 dr. Sedan. 1034 PONTIAC Dlx. 4 dr. Sedan. 1933 PLYMOUTH Dlx. Coupe. Rum bl . seat. 1933 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Sedan "Master." Many Other Makes and Models to Select from. $2f>.00 to $850.00 • Highest Trade-In Allowances Lowest Finance Rates MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 56-62 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 "Your Chrysler and Plymouth Distributor" Personals >OR BICYCLES Ladles' and Men's. 31 E Franklin St. suffer in HIKE DELPIIEY'S. Phone S. JF YOU AUK suffering from the nches and pains of arthritis call at <\-\UFFMAN"S CUT HATE ami ask for interesting free Sulpho-Kaps booklet on New Colloidal Sulphur method of treating this painful ailment. kTENI—Feel younger. Pep up today. Put vigor in that "Old at 40" rundown body with Ostrex Tonic Tablets. $1.00 size, special today SOc. If not delighted, maker refunds this price. Call. '.vrito Rudy ttexnll Pharmacy Lost, Strayed, Found 10 LOST—White. Maok ami brown female hound. Answers name "Lady." Reward, return ~'2 East Leo St. Automotive Automobiles for Salt 11 103S TERliAPI.ANE Sedan. Beautiful black finish. This car is A? lovely as the tlay it left the factory. Low mileage. Very good reason ' i% r selling. Private owner. No. ti r.ellevue Ave. ' FOR" HIGHEST QUALITY USED (\-\P.S at as much as £.">% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Blvd. Jk Paper. Mill Road SAFETY FIRST BUY A CERTIFIED CAR 5 Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLE1GH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 WHEN YOU BUY A USED CHEVROLET BUY IT FROM YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER All Cars Fully Guaranteed Compare These Prices Before You Buy Elsewhere Lowest Prices and Easiest Terms in Town 193S CHEVROLET 1V> ton Cab & Chassis, 131" W. B., 10 ply tires, in perfect mechanical condition. A bargain at 5575 1937 LINCOLN-ZEPHYR Sedan Black, tires very good. This is surely a fine, clean car and truly a bargain at ....*. $595 1937 FORD 2 dr. Sedan. Your inspection of this <'ar will reveal a nice looking, economical car •with clean upholstery, sound mechanical parts and excellent tires. A fine value at ....$305 1037 CHEVROLET Pick-Up Truck. Good tires, completely overhauled by our mechanics. A real buy at $355 1937 LA SALLE Sedan. Beautiful black finish, low mileage. Its runs like ncny. black finish; fino mechanical condition makes it the natural king of tho highway. Only $695 193G 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 at $5G5 035 FORD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, unusually smooth and quiet runnine: $295 935 FORD Sport Coupe. Black, a reputable 1035 car priced at a figure that insures you a low yearly depreciation. A real buy at S245 TRUCKS CHEVROLET'S & 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 45S Lonk for the Big Neon Sign "Between the Kail roads" TODAY'S FEATURED "1JU1CK CONDITIONED" USED CARS 57-41 P.H1CK Trg.'Sedan. rilEY. Mstr. Coupe. !G--ir. I'.UICK Bus. Coupe !i5-OLPS "G" Trg. Sedan tO-PONTlAO S Trg. Sedan 4S r.mciv Touriirr Conch. !C) DOIX'K Touring Coach. (•"IIKVUOLET Standard Coach. CHRYSLER Sedan. PONTIAC G Coupe M CI1EV. .Mstr. Coach M-PONTIAC -1 dr. DcL. Sedan M FQlin Business Coupe. RITICIv DeL. Sedan. "3 1>U1 OK Vic. Coupe, "nch one of these flue UP oil Cars i Special r.argyiii in itself, so see thoni today and .select yours. USED CAR MARKET •^4 Frederick St. Phono 220C Open evenings until 10 o'clock. THE TT1UMMA MOTOR CO. P. 171 OK DEALER Autos For Hire 12 GRAHAM CUSTOM—]. r ic. Low rates. Rides like a Rolls Koyce. PAUL II. .IOMNSON. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 l:>:!7 INDIAN JR. SCOUT—Lots of extras. A bargain, terms. Tw i gg__Oyele Oo.. JLI^^LUlClTILJ?,!- Business Service Business Service Offered 18 (•LASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Simp, n N Locust. Ph. 2003W Radio Repairing 18-C RADIOS REI'AIUED by factory approved methods. Open to 5:00 P. M. TARP.ART BROS. n2.'> W Washington Sr Phone 2-tS Laundering 24 ..Al'NPRY—To do at home, family or individual. 424 Guill'ord Ave. Phone 1404R. Repairing and Refmishing 29 Employment Help Wanted—Female QUICK, easy earnings with Christ mas Cards. Famous "Blue Ribbon Assortment of 21 smart design leads in sales. Sells for $1—yoi make 50c. Many other fast sell ers. FREE Sample Offer. CHIL TON GREETINGS, 1001-A Chestnu St.. Philadelphia. STENOGRAPHER — Intelligent competent, experienced. Applj Box 10S, c-o Herald-Mail. UP TO $15 a week and your owi dresses FREE demonstrating love ly Fall Fashion Frocks. No can vassing. Write fully giving siz< and color preference. FASHIOI FROCKS, Dept. S--1406, Cincin nati, O. Wanted—Male BARBER WANTED—First 337 W. Washington St. class CHIEF CLERK—Competent, alert with stenographic experience. Ap ply Box 100. c-o Herald-Mail. COLLECTOR—Wanted for installa tion accounts in city and suburbs Permanent position for right man Must have car. Apply by letter box 107. Herald-Mail. EXPERIENCED barber. 2 or 3 mo employment, good commission Write Box 95, c-o Herald-Mail. MAN — Experienced with storage Apply Elmer K. Eyerly, IS W Washington St. SALESMEN—Two, with direct selling experience, to work thru local civic organizations in small Maryland and Virginia towns.' Must be over thirty, have car and be free to travel. Excellent commission bonus and car allowance. See Mr Deason, Patterson Hotel, between 5:30 and 7:30 P. M.. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. • TWO YOUNG MEN—Experience not necessary. Permanent -work. Good income. Ask for Mr. Gillespie, Marlboro Hotel. 7 to S P. M. F. J. GACK—ReuphoLstering & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 30,'ifi. 2-S E. Franklin. Employment Help Wanted— Female 32 oTFuTsTyFAS CARP Masterpiece! IIMI';;, profit. Sensational $1 assortment, 9 other money making boxes. 56 Personals. Uh'>a<!es made $33G. Request, samples. Bluebird. 591 Fitchburg. Mass. ___ uinn.STMAS CARPS — Extra, money easy selling friends unusual assortment. Many photographic. i'e- pivluct ions. .".(• f..r :?! .Personals. Stationery. 11 other assortments. KX]>erielH'e U I! 11 on -SSII I\V . ReqUCSt approval samples. Terry Studios. 2li 1 Westllelil. Mass KXPK'RJ KNOKP Salesladies for coat and suit department, ladies' ready- lo-wear. r'erin:uieat work for those who can qualify. Apply Budget Press Shop. W. Wash. St. CIRL VVR~~WoSiAN to care for chif- (Ir<-n ami <lo housework. 140 S. Locust St.. after .", P. M. iIIRL — For general housework. Small family. < MIC without homo- preferred. Apply ".in s. Potomac. GIRL or woman: room and board iti exchange for coinpa n ionship, permanent. Write Box 100. c-o. Jlera}.l._ _ ___ _____ ' INTF.LLIGKNT girl over 25. to traiTi for manager of ladies' ivady-to- wear specialty shop. Excellent opportunity IA connect with expanding chain. Apply Budget Dress Sh'p N Kl-fl ~F.XTUA CASH ? """My *'T>oliar Kins'" -1 -Card Christmas Assortment starts you earning l>i^- ninn- • •>; IIPH-, pi-oil;. Full line top value. . \ :-.:;• .rt: iien is sell-,- fa--t. < "ni'iNt ni:i •- t'ariN wi:li name T.c t'or SI, up. No expel'!. 'lief n.'eile.i. ]••••.••,-• Samples. St'HWKR. !>,•;,:. Tx- TO'CrO.."r>e surprise. 1 ! at trio Values" which are offered daily !n the classified ads, , THREE SHOE CUTTERS— Experienced. Wanted. Hag-ers- town Shoe & Legging 1 Co., W. Franklin Street. WANTED—Man with car for profitable Rawleisrh Route. Must be satisfied with erood living at start. Sales way up this year. Write Rawleigh's. Dcpt. MDH-66-101, Chester. Pa. YOUNG MAN—Age 1S-21. Must be free to travel. If you are willing to work, see Mr. Tittle, Hotel Hamilton, from S-9 P. M. Help—Male and Female 34 WANTED—Man and wife who can milk. Good wages. House rent and provisions. Write Box 102 c-o Mail. Situations Wanted—Male 37 HUNTING WANTED—Work guaranteed, reasonable rates. Phone !>4.M'. Carroll Marquart. 9...33_Sumrmt Financial Business Opportunity 38 '"OR SALIC — Complete equipment for operation of meat market. Including a. modern electric display case. Also a. Chevrolet delivery truck. Priced for quick sale at one thousand dollars for entire stock. Mrs. Ralph Grams, 12 N. Virginia Ave., Brunswick. Md. Money to Loan—Mortgage* 40 V SAFE & satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $250.000 available, low rates, long terms. L. S. Spangler Agcy.. 2nd i-'l. 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. to loan on first mortgage. 5%. Geo. D. Hicks. Hafferstown Trust Bldg-. Phone 3018. 1ONEY TO LOAN—On grood first mortgages. 6%. KL P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St. 1ONEY TO LOAN' ON MORTGAGES- N. B. RUWE. 26 N. Potomac St. 1ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 30'U5-G Second Natl. Bank Blclfc. ... MONEY for first mortgages. II. T. Brewer. T. C. Lindsey. 214-15 nd Natl. Rink Bldp Ph. 2-tSl. Livestock Horses, Cattle. Other Stock 48 OW ;iiul nine pigs, for sale. Eiumcrl. Hoover. H a p c r s t o \\- n . Route ."i. Near He;ir«l'.s Church. OSH COW—Sow v t pigs, r> shoats, kitchen ran pro. JO. W. M£_upnn_syilla Road. 41 Poultry and Supplies THE PLAYWRIGHT HAS SOME .ACTS TO GRIND. We have a suspicion that he would find it more profitable to write a few Want Ads. He would attract a big following by so doing and he could be certain of getting a show for his money. Want Ads are a perpetual hit! Merchandise Coal and Wood 56-A LYKENS Valley nut or stove, soft coal. R. of M.. $3.75 to 5-1.50. AT lump. 55.25. See Burgess.._Ph. 1129 Good Things To Eat 57 APPLES & PEACHES—Peaches al this week: Apples—Summer Ram bos. Greenings. Welty's and M!c Intosh. Martin's Storage & Packing House, MMdleburg: Pike. Open evcningrs. Phone 403SF12. PEACHES at Martin's Packing House Monday morning. Martin's Storage & Packing House, Middleburg Pike. Open evenings. Phone •I03SPT2. Household Goods 19 ABC WASHERS Reduced to $49.00 and 559.00 Pay Sl.OO Weekly SMITH FURNITURE CO. r,5-G7 W. Franklin St. Phone 1309 FOR SALE—New corner cupboard (walnut), copied from a very old style in Canada. Also 12 ft. (walnut) extension table and 1 drop leaf table, 6 leg's. At my pla'ce of business near Mau grans vi lie, Md. Phone 4042F11. ONE (1) No. 110 Maytajr Washer, in A-l condition. "Was 500.50. Now ?4!).r.O. BOHMAN-WARNE, Inc., 35 W. Franklin St.. )NE four piece living- room suit. Black walnut & velour upholstery and one S piece dining: room suit, qua.rtered oak. 332 Randolph Ave. SEVERAL .slightly used bedroom suites. Cheap to quick buyer. Forsyth Storage. Mill St. Phone S43.L SACRIFICE SALE by owner. Tappan gas range, new, only used Z weeks. Owner must sell at once. Phono 1109AV. USED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living room suites, dining room suites, bedroom suites, stoves, heaters, washers, radios, combination coal & gas range, etc. Before buying see what we have to offer. Terms If desired. MEYERS & HERKSON. Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Offlc* VASIl'ING machines repaired, parts v t wringer rolls. .Tones Appli. Service, -•! Summit Ave. Phone 24. ;t:>0 Westinghouse Refrigerator. Reduced ?"0.00. Westinghouse electric range. $150.50, with oven rloek. now $GO.OO. Jones App. Scr.. "4 Summit. Musical Merchandise 62 TNK1GHT PIANO—A-l condition. Ap ply 27 East Leo Street. Specials in the Stores 14 '1JSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd., E. Phono i'62.1. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone SOG. 'Oil SAlTl-:—5(10 WhUe iTcgliTiTn pullets. Almost ready to lay. Bred from heavy laying, productive tlook. C. F. Bcckner. Greeucastle. Phono 1:>7W. TO DATE Sanitary poultry feeders and fountains. All sizes. iOWARIVS. 7 R Balto. St. Ph. SOT. ~i.f f T "], ; i, KTf i nniv ~^ info single combe pullets; 2-10 to :ui(J gg birds. C. E. Marker, Edgemont, Md. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 LARGK .selection of unredeemed violins. l"n usual bargains. Harry's Loan Ollioe, 55 N. Jonathan St. ALLOON tire Hawthorne bik"e! good condition. Address Walter Nalley. Wil lianispori . Md.. Rt. 1. : LliX'T U 1 C M OT 6 1 IS & 'Par is'— "New <<: used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any j make or tyre. Greenwalt Electric Co. Phone 397. MEATS—For a delicious steak, ehops or roast, call 1122. Neal R. Horsey- 21 V> E. Franklin St. Wanted to Buy 66 ALFALFA HAY \VANTED—Sec- ond cutting 1 . Cash at the barn. S and Z. Co., 133* Forbes St., Pittsburgh. Pa. GOOD USKU Table Top Gas Stove. State make and price. Write P. O. ! ».^ i- •» A ri OLD DOLLS WANTED—Regardless of condition. Write full description to Louise 1>. .Leonard, 107 E. St.. P.altiniore. Md. Real Estate For Rent APARTMENT—112 E. Wash. St. rooms & bath, 2nd floor, modern in every respect. $;J5. Phone 545. ANTIETAM ST.. E.. 122—2nd floor 5 rooms and bath. Apply 121 E. Antietam, 1st floor, phone 2625W. APARTMENT—240 Summit Ave., 1st floor; 3 newly decorated rooms and bath, new hardwood, hot water, automatic heat, janitor service: adults. Phone 52DR. ANTIETAM ST.-W.-126—3 and 4 rooms, immediate possession, etc. Apply 119 N. Potomac St. Ph. 612. APTS.—42 East Ave.. newly refinished, ;" rooms. Frigidaire, garage. 64% W. Franklin St., modern, 5 rooms & bath. Phone 262W. APARTMENTS FOR RENT—3, 4 & 5 rooms each, with bath. Apply 1; N. Jonathan St. 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. E. ANTIETAM—2nd floor, private hall, living, dining, 2 bedrooms, new bath, kitchen, newly decorat- cd; hardw'd. adults. 112 Broadway. FAIRGROUND AVE.-37—Furnished apartment, use of phone, garage. Apply same. FIVp: ROOMS—Furnished or unfurnished, Washington Square. Mrs. H. L. Kncisley. 1524. FREDERICK ST.-255—5 room newly papered, insulated, automatic heat, garage. Kiddie Klothes. HAMILTON BLVD.-11 OS—3 rooms, bath, hardwood, gas range. 2 pri- vatc entrances. Apply same 1st fir. LOVELY 5 room apartment. Oak Hill Ave. Now and very modern; no children. Phone 2564 or 2221 -M. MODERN 4 room apartment. All conveniences. 522.50. Hagcrstown Realty Co.. Realtors, 12 W. Franklin. Phone 166. MOLLER APARTMENTS':.'—' Front apartment for rent. Phone 124 OR. MEALEY PARKWAY — Very delightful G rooms, newly decorated. Near high school. Adults. Ph. ,S!)6. MULBERRY RT.-N.-44—3 rooms and bath, first floor, reasonable rent. Apply Meyers & Berkson. Inc., 4." W. Franklin St. NORTH. END—5 rooms, tile bath, shower, refrigeration, hardwood, garage. Apply 424 N. Locust. OAK HILL-704 — 5 rooms, bath, screened porch, 'lardwood floor, insulated ceiling, refrigerator, oil heat. Call 16G1 or 1054. PROSPECT ST.-S.-11S—1st floor. 2 rooms, hath. Frigidaire. automnti': heat, exclusive and central; 425-W. PROSPECT ST.-S.-217 — Beautiful furnished apartment. Large living room equipped with Murphy bod, dressing: room, shower bath & kitchen. Ph. 340.. E. S. Keefer. RESIDENTIAL Section—2 new 1st tloor, 4 room apts.. bath with .shower, hardwood. modern kitchen, heated garage. Large front porch. Adults. 119 E. Potomac St., Williamsport. Phone 2G43. SUMMIT AVE.-155—New 1st floor. 4 room apartment, bath, very rnod- e.rn^Apply same, 2nd floor. Ph 1S39 SEPTEMBER 1ST—Modern 5 room apartment. Large grounds. Apply Mrs. E. K. Eyerly. Phone 370-M. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable. "2 S. Potomac St. M ST.-E.-2fi—Front bod- room. 2nd tloor: gentleman preferred. Phone 2i~.f,l. ilROAmv .\Y - 2 ir~HT~ \v c 11 i uT n i slvcd bedroom. Gentleman. Private fam- ilv. Phone ll'.t-.l. p "OR SALK — 2 water tanks and 1 large pressure pump. Apply _K|ni£i-^lv ; _V:ye£ly, IX W. Wash. St. NEW & usrc"i5~pi P E "&~ti"uiTurs? p fpe cut to specifications; also used boilers, radiators, stokers, pumps, tanks, engines, concrete mixers. otlico desks, chairs & tiles. Hagerstown Equipment Co.. Maryland _Ave. Phone 140. ST JTUCT^TRAL~STTTKL — \\eV~~arui Used Angles, 1 Beams. Channels, Concrete Reinforcing Bars, All Sizes. Steel Window Sashes. See us tirst and save money. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp. 304 W Church St. Phone 1039 I.)K\VKY_ AVE.-S43 — Large front room, single or twin foods. Private family. Residential section. F ilK D E ffl C K RO A D^t i["-flT" AUrac~- tive room next to shower. Gentleman preferred. FRANKLIN ST.-W.-41 — Nicely furnished room, lady preferred." Apply Phone 1D ~"- R FURNISHED ROOM— Centrally located. private bath. Phone 1927-W. After 5 p. M.. 10S2-M. SUMMIT AVE.-1S1—5 rooms & bath. 1st floor, fireplace, hardwood, garage. 422 Summit Ave. Ph. 1925W. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-164— 2 apartments, ." rooms & bath. All conveniences. Possession now. Ph. 1522 WASH1NGTO" ST.-W.-~436" — Very desirable, 5 and 3 room apartments, each -with tiled bath, hardwood floors, insulated, screened, steam heat. Can be seen by appointment. Call 007.1. W. O. W. Bldg.—5 room apartment, modern, janitor service, hardwood floors. Possession at once. S7 S. PROSPECT.—Furnished apartment. Living room, dining room, kitchen, bath and two bedrooms Available now. Call 1737W. Maud Davison, Agt. Real Estate For Rent Houses for Rent 77 WEST SIDE AVE.-32 — 6 room house; all conveniences and garage. Phone 1497 R. Wanted—To Rent WANTED—3 rooms completely furnished apartment: good location Write box 10S, Herald-Mai! WANTED—Room & kitchenette or small apartment. P. 0. Box 524 Hagerstown. Md. Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY 7 Summit Ave. Phone 120R Business Property For Sale 82 "ROULETTE MILLS"—E. Wash. St.. containing- about 50,000 sq. ft. floor space for rent in whole or in part for manuafcturing, business or storage. Inquire Elmer K. Eyerly. IS West__\Vashington street. Farms and Land For Sale 81 LARGE HOUSE—3 acres, clcc., poultry houses. Priced to sell. Potomac Realty Co., 106 Grice Bkig. Ph. 2',);;. 17 ACRES—Near Bowman's Mill Log house, garage, new stable, well, electric: 350 apple trees, Stay- mans, Delicious, Yorks, Grimes Webster "Wolfinger, Rt. 2, Smithsburg. Phone 40F22. 1 ACRE—Brick house, electricity- near Hagerstown. Sacrifice price, D. M. Ridenour. Smithsburg. Md. Houses For Sale 84 ANY" HOME in this column can be financed with the First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Tel. 1001. BEAUTIFUL modern S room home, oil heat, tile bath; 400 block Potomac Avenue. Priced to sell. MODERN 6 room home Virginia Avenue $4950. See us about that farm as we have some exceptional buys. Strole Real Estate. 101 Arcade Bldg. CITY, Business & Country properties; farms all sizes. Loans & Ins. John E. Taylor Agcy. Phone S3S. DOUBLE BRICK—E. Irvin Ave. New & modern in every respect. Annual income $1220. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph" 2481. DOUBLE BRICK—;N. Locust, investment, 6 rms. side, all conv. 255 S. Potomac 3 story brick apts. ?7500. Terms. Chestnut St. Nice modern 6 rm. home $2900. Farms 15 acres S1S50. 27 acres $2000. N. B. Rowe, 26 N. Potomac St. DESIRABLE home in the south end, excellent location, nine rooms, automatic heat, two car garage, property -well shrubbed. SEVEN room brick house. North Mulberry Street, new steam heating plant, garage. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency Second National Bank Bldg. HALFWAY—6 room home & 4 A. for only $2450. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph." 2481. NOTHING DOWN t $2ii pev mo. will buy a home on S. Locust St. HAGERSTOWN. REALTY CO. REALTORS 12 W. Franklin St. Phone lfif> RANDOLPH AVE.-42—5 rooms, hall, bath, attic, hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, cabinet sink, inlaid linoleum, wardrobes, screens and weatherstripped throughout, furnace, concrete cellar, large lot. fruit, shrubbery. _^__^_ Auctions—Legals Legal Notices f1 ORDER NISI— Robert H. " JWTcCauley. Assignee, .-ersus Albert E. Baker, Edna C. Baker. ; No. 14,046 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Wash in g- on County sitting 1 as a Court of Equity. Ordered, By the Clerk of the Cir- uit Court, this IGth day of August !K!:i, that the sales made and retorted by Robert H. McCauley. Assignee for the sale of the real es- ate in the proceedings of this cause nentione'l. be ratified and confirmed, inless cause to the contrary be wn to tho Court on or before the Jay of Sept. next: Provided, a •o]>y of this order be' inserted in ;oiuc newspaper published in W;»sh- ngton County, at; least once a week 'or three successive weeks before the :ai<! last, mentioned day. The report states the amount of iales to be §4,310.00. True Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk. VOT1CE TO CREDITORS- Estate of David Warren Seibert. leceased. Notice is hereby given, That the nbscriber lias obtained from the irphans' Court of Washington Bounty, Letters Testamentary on he estate of David Warren Seibert. ate of said county, deceased. All ersous having claims against said eeeused are hereby warned to ex- ilbit same with the vouchers there- >t". legally authenticated, to the sub- cribcr on or before the 15th day of larch next: they may otherwise. iy law, bo excluded from all bcne- it of said estate. All persons in- ebted to said estate are requested o make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 15th ay of Auciist A. D. T.*:^. K D W A 11D SC HIN D EL. Executor. 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. Auctions—Lego Is Legal Notices ORDER NISI- In the matter of the estate of Nannie A. Witzenhacher, deceased. In the Orphans' Court of Washington County. Ordered, By the Orphans' Court of Washington County, this 22nd clay of August, TOSH, that the sale of real estate made by Levin Stonc- braker, Executor of Nannie A. Wit- zenbacher, deceased, and this day reported to this Court, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause- to the contrary be shown to the Court, on or before the 13th day of September next: Provided a copy of this order be inserted in. some newspaper published in Washing-fiton 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 513,100.00. LLOYD K. HOFFMAN, D. JOSEPH W1TMKR, Judges of the Orphans' Court, True Copy—Test: HARRY NEWCOMER. Register of Wills. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of Mary C. Grumbine, deceased. Notice is hereby given. That the subscribers have obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington County, Letters Testamentary on the estate of Mary C. Grumbine, late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit same with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 15th day of March next. They may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 15th day of August A. D. 193?. WALTER S. GRUMBINE. LEAH C. CRAMER, PEARL E. TIIESSLER, Executors. Classified Display Public S*lft PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE LOTS ON WAKEFIELD ADDITION AND NOTTINGHAM ROAD. In front of Court House, Hagerstown, Md., SEPT. 12, 19.3'J. between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 P. M., lots Nos. S3. 84, S5. 86. fronting r>0 ft. on the east sifle of Wakefield Addition. Section C. See Liber 109. Folio ."17. Lots Noa. 307 and 30S, fronting ."0 ft. on the oust side of Nottingham Road, extending V-»-ck 1S6 ft,. 47 ft. in rear, Section C. Liber 100. Folio .',17. TERMS—Cash. Fred M. Whito, Auct. and A.g*>nt. SATURDAY. SEPT. 2ND AT 111 W r EST SIDE AVJE. Metal bed and spring 1 , three dressers, two wash stands, two extension tables, buffet, china closet, rockers rind chairs, one 0x12 Brussols and one Oxll! congoleum rug-, and other ari icles. Halo at 2 o'clork. TERMS CASH. J. R. SMITH. J. C. Snydor. Auct. OF PROPERTY. CENTRAL PUBLICA1 Business Places for Rent 75 — j COAL yard with 10-ton wagon scale __on W. MjL_Rv._sid ing. C.-il 1 ..1061. SPECIAL ONNKW AIOTORS — •; luirso power, $5.:'.".; i.\ horse power. $15. 1 lagerst own Equipment Co., Maryland Ave. Phone Hi'. NORTH END — Front room, well furnished; gentleman preferred. Apply i',r..~. Oak Hill, NICELY furnished bedroom, hot &. cold water in room; use of phone and cranage. 5f>0 Summit Ave. Houses for Rent 77! OAK HILL AVE.-S15—Attractive large room; conveniences; use of CONCORD ST.-1020—Six room bun-I galow. hardwood floors, all con- • ver.iences. ?25 per mo. C. J. Spald- , _uur Cu. Phoni- 5SIW. | KL.\1 ST.-127—5 rooms, modern, good j condition. Reasonable rent. Sept. l 1st. Apply 254 S. Mulberrv Farm and Dairy Products 55 ' r. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 SlLv> FILLING — In town. Klegel Road. mile radius of .. Manga asville Coal and Wood 56-A ATTENTION—ORl >KR I'OAl. N'i)\V! From the GLKNX t'OAI. <"<>. High I grade Somerset,' Vei;i :<u',;, \ lump, S-i.."".!> per ton: George's Creek' nut coal. $5.50: K»i f ;, ,Ly'ke:\s Val- ; ley Re'l Ash niit. stove o r Juruacej size. ?7.5n. All khuls of :-a,,ker : c.ial. nr.ckwh'-at size, guaratite^d ' >-atisfaci., : -y. *:..: 1 n per t-.!i. Robert : R._N-.rris. Mgr. Phojie 1'. [>7STR1BCTOR.S "H""o.~"p7 Automatic j Burners AYKRS BROTHERS Rear .",:» W An tie tain St. "Original" Pa. Kgg and Lump Coal i All sizea of Pocahontas Run Mine ! Phono !'00-$01 i KUAN KLIN ST.. E.. U>y—2 furnished r.'oms for light housekeeping. 2ml tloor, no ehil.lren. 1-V»R KENT—201 S. P<rto^n~u\~~T~w7> furnished room? for housekeeping. Everything furnished. Adults. LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL I P.uckwhear, S.".5o; Pea. $7.00; Nut. i SS.OO: Stove, $7.7": KaTg. $7.25; Spe- i ciai Fun'.ace. ?5.75. <liar<l coal, 2"ej per ton <li:-couTit iii truck lon.Js : ••a-)l .ATI tl.-.;ivv.ry o !; ly\. I P< K'AUoX'i'AS "Oil. TRUATF.rv : Pea., $6.'.»>; NUT. $,<",.^'.; ,S;ov<- S700 • BITUMINOUS Penn. Sfl,:.0; Mine Run ; $5.00; Truck L^uis. .$•}...A, i PEOPLES COAL <"O. i W) McComas St, Phone 2036 MrLP.KKRY ST.-N.-17—2 or :5 furnish-'-d rooms, private bath, j^as. litrht. SP..7.". up, _Phone 2240-M. ROOMS — liright, well furnished: i lights, hot water, bath. Summer's i Apt.*, -t"> North Walnut. | GU1LPORD AVK.-4?,5 — All coii- venioiH-es. Newly papered. Apply '.KIT I>e\vry Avenue. I LU, !•' W A Y*^~ I { 1 1 n tr.-t i o\v ; ,~"a l i' ~~<.."o':TvT SI'.". < ;i,'l L!'"i »RI> AVIC. — t 1 . room* 210 K. WASH. ST. — t; rooms 1MU S. Lui'l'ST ST. — r. rooms APART ME NTS 125 K. WAS!!. ST. — 0 rooms. 404 W. WASH. ST. — ?1'2.:.0. John L. Swain Agency ____ Phone 2089.1 1 RV1N A\'T::T-]-:"-30^K>"w "riK.d.7 : T\ 7 ri>om house. Possessitm October 1. Ph<i!ie 117t'.\V. M ",\TN~~ 1 1 IG ! 1 \V A Y--^4 "'Krou'Tuf. i P.iinsalow. .tras station, store room. lni>:: \V. Washington St. O.'Clv HILL — Nice 6 or S room mod" ern home, hardwood floors, fire- i place, screens, awnings, porches. > hot water heat, para pro. Immcdi- • ate possession. Telephone 10S. i n UNFURNISTIKn ROOMS For Phone "7:»M. brick, all ootiVvnieaces ; tjnrawre; rent reasonable. Apply 262 S. Potomac St. Phono 12, SNYDKR AVE.-20 — 6 room modern. all cA:ivenie-n<-es, .•----— t \ i C — 2 furn ishe i P.' Ni. " \\'AS!1 l-.ttis. Sent. H-l:<"ivst. Phone 224AM, \GTnN AYK.-S21- r. room :! »-...-iverii.'!:,-f->-. p.,.-.,,.<>•,,. -•:. r.t'ii Wilson r.\\<\ W In the matter of the estate of Elizabeth Eaklo. deceased. In the Orphans' Court of Washington County. Order of Court upon the petition of William C. Eakle. Administrator, d. b.^n., c. t. a., of Elizabeth Eakle. deceased, to appoint a date for a meeting of rill persons entitled to participate in the distribution of said estate, etc. It Is this 22n<.l day of August. A. D. P.'i. *'.'». ordered by the Orphans' Court of Washington County, Maryland. That, the 2.".th day ,,f October. IDH'.i, be st-t aside and appointed as :t day for a meeting at which persons entitled to distributive shares of the estate of Elizabeth Eakle. de- c-eased, may appear and assert their claims to distribution in pursuance of the provisions of the Annotated <'o<k- of Public General Laws of Maryland, as .vet forth in Article I'.'!. Section 1-JS, and i: is JHirther ordered that all s'.ich persons, he. and i hey a: 1 *.' hereby wurnei! ami notified to he and appear in person or by guardian, solicitor or agent in this c.iurt. on tho day named, at 10:0u o'clock A. AT., to the end that pay- ir.ent ami distribution may be. then and there maJe under the. direction, control ami .supervision of this Court .and it Is further ordered that notice thereof be given to the rosi- ilent j.arties mentioned in said petition. to-wit: Mrs. K. H. Lung. Emma Kakle, Nora Kakle. William t '. Frank Eakle. Mrs. Flora Pet- Mrs. Charles Huff, Mary Makle. Ann C. Kakle Snyder. Miss Neilie Kakle. by summons ami that notice be given tr> all non-resident parties mentioned in said petition. as well as to all unknown parties or residents of the State of Maryland or not. and whether actually living or dead, who may have any possible claim to participate in the distribution <.f said estate by publication of this order in some newspaper puMishM in the City of Ha- ijer.«to\vti, Washiuirton County. Maryland, a. \\eek I >. re the lour 21st .SF.LF-SEKVICK wnile you sit in easy chair at homo!—Sound* i nposs'.Me but that's what shoo- ; . . through the Classified Section! resolves ItseK IntoJ LOOKING for a ro^m or apart- n>"-:-.t? ii'« easy to find Just wh:i you wart if you" look in the Classi fied Section first. . IV .IOSKPH WiTMKR, ru# «'"opy — Test : HARRY NKWCOMKR, Register of Wills. By virtue of a power of sale contained in ft. mortgage executed by Frishy T. Show and Annie M. Show, his wife, dated April 1. 1922. and recorded in Liber No. 1f>2, folio 2*> ( 'i, one of the Land Records of Washington County, default having been made in the covenants and conditions of said mortgage and the said mortgage having been duly as- ^igned to me, Daniel W. Doub, for the purpose of foreclosure and collection. I. the said Daniel W. Doub, in execution of the power of sale contained In said mortgage will sell at public sale in front of the ""ourt House in Hagerstown, Marv- land. on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2G. 193 !>. between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 P. M.. all that property situate .and lying on the East side >f Central Avenue, in the City of Hagerstown. in Washington County. Maryland. The lot fronts ?.0 r eet on Central Avenue and extends bnck therefrom •with a iini- orm width a distance of 141 feet fi inches t.<"> an alley, being Lot No. in Section 2.~> 'on the Plat of The Citizens Development Company of Hngerstown. recorded in Liber No. ;'irt, folio 700, one of the Land Records of Washington Bounty. The lot is improved J«y n DMUL-'.LE TWO STORY. FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, each side has six rooms, bath and No. 334 has a Hot Water Heating Pl.ant. Rental possession givfji on the day of sale. TERMS OF SALE: On — third rasTi I on the day of sale or the ratification thereof, by tiie 'V.urt. and the balance to be seeured t.y mortgacre for one y^ar with interest at five per r^nt from the day of sale, or all cash at Ihe option of the pur- rh.aser. A deposit of ?200.0'1 will be required or. th<> day of sal* 1 . DANfEL W. DOT*!!. for t!)-- 1 p-virp'-ise of foreclosure arid cnl]erti'->:;. Fr.^,1 M. Wl;it*>. Aurtio:>."»--r. PUBLIiC SALE 1.'\VELL1.\"(; 'iO WAYSinE AVE. HAGEKSTuWN, M D. liy virtiirt of a power of. sale cor.- tui:u'«l in a I>f.Ml of Trust from A. Luel!;t Kurlians to the '.::idersl/-iV('. Trustees, dated .\ugi:st IT-, l: 1 :'.: 1 . ;mil riicori,'••(! ii>. Liln;;' L' 1 0 aii'.ojig ;';•.«,' Land Rt^-ords .if W.ishiugto:i Co.. Mil., fojiy <.:' w'nii'-h is :ilcil in NO. 14.v7.'l Equity in ihc <"ii'ci:i: Court fur W;;shi:it;'ton «''i>.. Mi!., the s:ii«i Trustees will offer at PUBLIC SALE <,u TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1','TH I 1 . 1 "?, between the hours of 1 and ;: o\-h-i-k, !''. M., in front of the Court House in HAGERSTOWN. MD.. an. that pari-fl of ground with improvements ihere'-'n situated in Hagers- t..wn. WashiTigion Co.. Md.. fronting 41 ft. on the North si-le of Way- si, ie ,\vf. a;iU .--xiendii-.g back there- froiii with uniform width a dis- tat-n-e ,.f i'41't ft., T:ioro or less, i.. an a!'t-y, bei:ix: ki:o\\'ii a::d ilesit;- natotl as Lot No. 74 on the Pl;u o: G.-o. W. Harris A tM it ion to llagi-r>-- town. recorded in Liber SO, f.>li-> 7u!'. aiiother of said Land Records. The property is improved by a U' ro«rn frame dwelling house, easily converted apartments, concrete Cellars, Holland furnace, hardwood floors on first floor, large garret, large porches, slate roof and other nso.U-m improv.-merits. The grounds are well srt in shade, fruit trees. shrr.'ohery and flowers, TERMS OK 1 SALE: $.".<>>VftO . cash u;v>;i •};.• day of sa'.e. the balano 1 in rash y.rto:! the r.uinfatIOTI of sale by the Cour:. <»EO N. OSWALD and OMER T. KAY LOR. Trustees. Jos, C. Snyder, Auctioneer, Classified Display Public Said OF VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY IN HAGERSTOWN. By virtue of the power of sale contained in the mortgage executed by U illiam H. Morrow and Reika L Morrow, his wife, and M. William Hess and Marian Hess, his wife. dated January 21st. 1D3S. and duly recorded in Liber No. 205, Folio u/ 5 ' v?- ne of the Land Records -of Washington Couty. Maryland, which said rnortgage was duly assigned unto J. Cleveland Grice. the undersigned. for the purpose of foreclosure and collection on the 15th day of August, i'j2'j, default having- been made in the payment of said mortgage _ debt and covenants therein contained. J, the undersigned, will sell at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, between the hours of one and three o'clock property described in said mort- ., gage, together with all of the im- ' provements thereon, the same being- " ,?- cat L e . d on the south side of West Washing-ton Street, in Hag-erstown. -Maryland, and being more particu- '4 larly described as follows: PARCEL NO i. Being all that ' lot or parcel of land, situate in the -1 Hagerstown Manufacturing, Mining ana Land Improvement Company's " Number Four Addition to Hagerstown. said lot being known and designated as Lot No. 13 in Sec- : '* V^-A- on a P ]at » f said Company's.' Addition, which said plat is duly recorded in the office of the Clerk '' of the Circuit Court for Washing* t< 2 r V~ ount >"- and having a. frontage of forty (40) feet, more or less, on -1 the South side of West Washing-.. ton btreet, and extending back '" therelrom with that uniform width a distance of One Hundred and 4 c 3 r T> c « o0) feet to an allg y- PARCEL NO. 2.— Being 1 adjacent to Lot No. 13 of this conveyance r- and situate in the aforesaid Hag-ers- town Manufacturing, Mining- and '• L-and Improvement Companv's Num- .' ber Four Addition to Ha&erstown. ~ 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 herein- • before mentioned, and having- a • frontagre of Forty (40) feet on the ." bouth side of West Washington- btreet and running- back therefrom • with that uniform width a. distance ' of One Hundred and Fifty (130) '--. reet, more or less, to an alley. -> The above parcels of land being ' all of the same property which was ; "conveyed unto the said William H . • Morrow and M. William Hess by" " ^f a £S e 1Eck £ tin , e - et al - Executrices ot Charles, E. Eckstine. deceased by deed dated the 21st day o f January. y^^-n^^ 11 ^, dul >" recorded in Liber No. 20.>, 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 larg-e stucco and other building's heretofore occupied by Hagrerstoivn Body Works Inc., as a sraraj^e and body repair shop. The improvements are generally^ known as No. 1007 West Washington Street. Hagerstown, Maryland. Reference is hereby made to the ^ aforesaid mortgracre and the r*£er- ; ; therein contained for a more full a,nd complete description :of all ' of said property. ., Possession can be given upon com- ,. plianco -with terms of sale. 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 party making- said sale, or all cash at the option of •' the purchaser or purchasers. J. CLEVELAND GRTCE. Assig-nee for foreclosure" and col- ' lection. Frod M. White, Auctioneer. OF GARAGE AND BODY WORKS EQUIPMENT By virtue ot order of court passed Augrust 22nd. 1039, in No. 14,060 Equity, I. the undersigned' * Trustee, will sell at 10 o'clock A. M.. .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1U3!), at No. r,00 Frederick Street, . Hagrerstown, Maryland, at property formerly occupied bv Hagrerstown ' Body \Vork.«. Inc.. all of the follow- .? ins: described personal property towlt: One Bear Frame & Front End Aucrnini? machine complete with fixtures and appliances: 1 Bendix Tire Groover & Attachments: 1 .<• Wheel Straightening- Machine (complete); 1 Sewing 1 Machine Stool': 1 Porto power auto body machine; 1 Chicag-o Air Hammer: 1 Light Welding; Outfit with regulators, etc.; 1 Refrigerator Unit, compressor;1 Mt" Black-Decker Drill: 1 Black- Decker Disc Sander: 1 Smith Weld- "'' ing 1 Outfit it clamps; 2 Manley Floor t Jacks: 1 Typewriter Desk: 1 sponsr <. rubber cushion: 1 Double Oak Desk: 3 Chairs: 2 Office Swivel Chairs: 2 -." Metal Filing Cabinets: 1 Double Oak Desk; 1 Steel Ledger Cabinet; 1 Par"' Brook Steel Filing Cabinet: 1 National Cash Register; 1 Remington No. ') Portable Typewriter: 1 Frig- idaire D-l Water Cooler; 1 Air •; Compressor; l Eclipse Steam ' Cleaner. One 1937 Dodge Automobile: 1-. Chrysler Imperial 4 Door Touring- Sedan. 1339 Model. These automo- " biles are in A-l condition and look -.- ami run like new. Real bargains. Together with many other me- '" chnnical and automobile tools, fur-- niture, fixtures and appliances too numerous to mention, the same be- ' ing all of the property of Hagers- trtwn Body Works. Inc., as shown by the inventory of appraisement filed in the above cause, and here--' tofore used by said corporation In operating: an up-to-date body, fen- '" der and automobile paint and general repair shop. TERMS OF SALE CASH. No goods to be removed until settled • for. J. CLEVELAND GRICE, Trustee No. 14,066 Equitv. Joseph C. Sr.yder. Auctioneer. HOUSEHOLD GOODS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 At 1 P. M. PLEASANT VIEW TOURIST CAMP MIDDLEBURG PIKE Consisting: of new kitchen cabinet, parlor suit, beds, dishes. Roan mare, 4 yrs. old. work anywhere hitched: beacrle hound, lot of other things, TERMS CASH. W. H. MINNICH. Eicon b r.->«l e Auct. GuOD MONEY Is saved b> good goods at good prices through ;he classified ad«. Merchandise Reconditioned FURNITURE :> pc. Mohair Living Room Suite U) pc. Walnut Dining Room Suite. 2—5 pc. Breakfast Sets. 2 Westinghouse Electric Ranges Convenient Terms Open Evenings by Appointment Shockey Furniture Co. 25-30 Summit Av«< Phon« 1201

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