The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on September 6, 1939 · Page 9
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1939. If You Are Seeking A New Home Read The "Real Estate" Ads And Choose Easily HERALD-MAIL _ INFORMAT JON All ads are restricted to their proper classifications and to the regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements should be reported immediately. The l-ierald-.Mail will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertion takes the one time rate PHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken for less than a basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. The average word contains six letters. Daily rates per line for consecutive insertions: All Classified Advertising la CASH-IN-AD VANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash- Kate One time 10 per line Three times OS per line Six times ........ .00 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 upon request. Careful attention given to small Borders. ' WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department is situated at the Herald- Mafl office. These offices are open to receive advertisements from S A. M. to S P. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear in edition sa^ie day and S P. M. will appear In edition following day. Tha Ad-taUer 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 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 for Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. i;j—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work, Painting, Tops and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Statlom. 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. 19—Building and Contracting. '20 —Cleaning, Dyeing, Kenovatln*. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating, Plumbing. Roofinr. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering. 25—Moving, Trucking, Storage. 2G—Painting. Papering. Decorating 27—Printing. Engraving. Binding. 2S—Professional Service. 29—Repairing and Refinlshlng. 2DA—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoe Repairing. 29C—Harness and Leather Goods. -TO—Tailoring and Pressing. 31—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—Female. 3:i—Help Wanted—Male. ?,4—Help—Male and Female. 3. r >—Solicitors. Canvassers. Agents. :iC—Situations Wanted—Female. 17—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL SS—Business Opportunities'. 3!)—Investments, Stocks. Bonds. 3 ;i A—1 n ves tin c n ts. 40—Money to Loan, Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 4,T—Local instruction Classes. 44—Musical. Dancing, Dramatic*. 4fi—Private Instruction. 45 A—1 n K t rii ct i o n—M n.1 c. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats, Other Pets. 4S—Hor.sos, Cattle. Other Stocfc. 40—Poultry and Supplies. SO—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 61—Articles for Sale. K1A—Barter and Exchange. Fi2—Bents and Accessories. G.I—Building Materials. 54—Business and Ofliee Equipment. 65—Farm find Dairy Products. 5fi—Feed and Fertilizer. 5CA—Coal and Wood. 1,7—Good Thing* to Eat. 5S—Homemade Things. RO—Household Good.s. 60—Jewelry. Watches, Diamond!. 61.—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. 62 A—Rn d io Eq u i pm c n t. 63—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. 6-t—Specials in tlio Stores, fi'.—Wearing Apparel. • 6—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS AN T D BOARD 67—Rooms with Ronrd. 6S—Rooms without Board. 6P—Rooms for Housekeeping. i 70—Vacation Places. 71—Where 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 SO—Suburban—For Rent. SI—Wanted—To Rent. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE R—Brokers Real Estate. 32—Business Property for Sale. S3—Farms and Lands for Sale. S4—Hoi i ses for Sale. .._.. Announcements Monuments and Cemetery Lots 6 FOR SALE—One section of 3 crypts Rose Hill Mausoleum, cheap quick buyer. Box 2, Herald-Mail. Personals BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DELPHEY'S. 31 E, Franklin St. Phone 5. I WILL NOT be responsible for any bills contracted by anyone but myself. (Signed). JOHN W. MONGAN. CABINET BATHS—for most conditions including arthritis, neuritis, rheumatism, colds, etc. Treatments $2. A trial will convince. Health Institute, 126 W. Washington, St., phone SiiG. Lost, Strayed, Found 10 LICENSE plate lost; No. 2-15-942. Reward. Return 510 Reynolds Ave. Automotive Automobiles for Sal* 11 FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pangborn Blvd. & Paper.Mill Road 1939 HI 3 7 193G l!i:;ii 1934 1!>: J ,2 1932 1933 193T, 193G R. AND G. CARS FORD Dlx. Sedan. FORD CO Coach. FORD Coach. FORD Ford or Sedan. FOKD Couch. FORD Conch. FORD Coupe. FORD Forclor Sedan. CHEVROLET Pick-up. CHEVROLET C. C. FORD lf,7" Stake Body. Fordson Tractors NEWMAN AUTO CO. ne 74 Smithsburg. Mel. SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE See our quality stock of reconditioned and guaranteed used cars. Everyone in tip top condition and ready to go. Prices Slashed For Quick Sales Bargains Never Heard of Before 1937 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Trg. Sedan with radio and lieater. 1937 FORD Dlx. 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. Looks and runs like new. 1936 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Original tires and paint. A dandy buy. 1936 PONTJAC Dlx. Coupe, in fine running condition. 1935 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Cannot be (old from a new car. A real bargain. Many Other Makes and Models to Select from, $25.00 to $850.00 Top Allowance for Your Old Car and Terms to Suit You MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 5G-62 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 "Your Chrysler ancl Plymouth Distributor" DON'T PICK A USED CAR BY CHANCE Select a Reconditioned Car and •ou Eliminate Guesswork. F.X.I OY THK MOW CAR PKRFORMANCFC OF A SLIGHTLY USED CAR "All Cars Fully OK Gna.ra.ntecu" Lowest Prices and Easiest Terms In Town 1937 T.IXCOLX-ZICPHYR S e d a n. Black, tires very pond. Tills is .surely a fine, clean oar and truly a. bargain at $."!iri 1937 FUUP 2 <lr. Sedan. Your inspection of this car will reveal a nice looking, economical car with clean upholstery, sound mechanical parts anil excellent tires. A line value at . ...S".;i5 1937 LA SALLli Sedan. Beautiful black finish, low mileage. Its runs like new, black finish: fine mechanical condition makes it tho natural king of Hie highway. Only 501)5 193G LA SALLK Sport Coupe. A beautiful blue sport car, in perfect condition tbruout. Don't fail to inspect i.liLs wonderful bargain whether you buy or nnt. Priced for quick sale at $.",G5 1936 FOPvD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, unusually smooth and quiet runnine: $295 193G POXTIAC Town Sedan. In line ivind it ion, has been carefully checked by our .service dept. This popular car is really a bargain, compare this price 5>3R5 93.-> ('HKVPvOLKT .Pick-up Truck. Good tiros, completely overhauled by our mechanics. A real buy at. ?2-15 93,"> FO11D Sport Coupe. Black, ti reputable 1935 car priced at a figure that insures you a low yearly depreciation. A real buy at $245 TRUCKS CIircVROLETS & FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phon« 45S Look for the Big Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" Automotive Automobiles for Sal* 11 1938 OLDSMOBILE "6" 2 dr. Trunk Sedan, green finish, whipcord upholstery, has unisteel body, knee action, .safety instrument unit with safety dash, can't be told from a new car. Only driven 10,500 miles. Only $27"> Down. Terms <fc trade. J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 21!) E. Washington St. Phone SOI SAFETY FIRST BUi' A CERTIFIED CAR 5 Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLEIGH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 TODAY'S FEATURED "BUICK CONDITIONED" USED CARS '37-41 BUICK Trg. Sedan. '37 CHEV. Mstr. Coupe. '36-46 BUICK Bus. Coupe '3G-OLDS "6" Trg. Sedan '36-PONTlAC S Trg-. Sedan '36 DODGE Touring Coach. '35 CHEVROLET Standard Coach. '34-PONTlAC 4 dr. DeL. Sedan '34 FORD Business Coupe. '33 BUICK DeL. Sedan. '33 BUICK Vic. Coupe. Each one of these fine Used Cars is a Special Bargain in itself, so see them today and select yours. USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 Open evenings until 10 o'clock. THE THUMMA MOTOR CO. RUT OK DEALER Autos For Hire 12 GRAHAM CUSTOM—15c low rates, rides better than a Locomobile. _____ PAUL I-I. JOHNSON. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 BICYCLE Parts, tires, accessories & expert repairing-. Price reasonable. Twigg Cycle Co.. 43 N. Mulberry. WHflT YOU LUflNT WHEN VOU WANT IT IMRE TOU UWNT IT IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION Business Service Business Service Offered 18 GLAS_S—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop. 1] N. Locust. Ph. 2603 W Radio Repairing 18-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 5:00 P. M. TARBART BROS. 325 W. Washington St. Phone 24S Laundering WASHINGS—and Ironings wanted. Call 402fi-F-C. Repairing and Refinishing 29 F. J. GACK—Retipholstering & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 3050 28 K. Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 CHRISTMAS Card Masterpiece; 100% profit showing friends sensational $1 assortment. Newest foils, mother pearl. 5U Experience unnecessary. Request samples. Bluebird. Gil Fitchburg, Mass. EARN extra casli daily selling biggest Christmas Card Line. Big value .fl Assortment, 21 cards. 100 7o profit. Personal Christmas Cards. 50 for ?1. Many others. Samples Free. New England Art Publishers, Dept. J, North Abington. Mass. GIRL WANTED with selling experience, age 22 to 30. Phone ISO" for appointment. LADY for general housework; sleep in. Apply Mrs. Young, 4SS Potu- man Avenue. NEW KIND of Work for women over 25. Demonstrate lovely new Fall Fashion Frocks at. home. No canvassing. Earn to $lt; weekly. Your own dresses FRKH. FASHION FROCKS,, Dopt. S-524S, Cincinnati. O. NKAT. intelligent, healthy yung woman for general lumscwiirk in college 'professor's home, College Park. Md. Guud Itonu'. plonly ,tf tinif olT. no drndgi-ry. Apply 42 K. Irvin Ave., ll.-Lg«Tsto\vn, Wednesday and Thursday. XURTH I-:N.I.>—Gii-l for general housework, assist with one child: sleep nut. Ueforenccs required. Write Box^3. .11 on 11 d - M a i 1. W A NT K D—M i d7Ue"^fgJd~ wTnna n for general housework and cooking. No. 1 W. Lincoln Ave. WAXTEO—White girl over IS yrs. of jigo.for general house work;' no washing or Ironing. Appiy 41S Sum- mi _t Ave. from -I l« (< p. in. Help Wanted—Male 13 BOOKKEEPER—With general office experience. StrUe age and salary expected. All replfes strictly ^confidential. P. O. Box 500. .\ I AUItll-JD MAX wantod"to take charge of fully stocked farm. W. W. Smith, J lagersuuvn, .Route MEN—with sales ability wanted at once: work i.s permanent and good earn ings. Apply Room 303 Wareham Bldg.. 13S W. Washington St.. Hnirerstnwn. Mil. 11. i I 11 1J t u ^ ., 1 .1 o > Hagerstown. Md. sirablo position for producer. Strictly confidential. Box 1, c-o H>rald-Mail. WAXTKD— Kxporii-neeil upper cutters- and puritan lastors. Hngerstown Shoe <t Legging, AV. Franklin Street. WAXTKD—Janitor \\-iih good" references and experience. Good work- JlL'L^yr'iC !l!l x S 1Io '">l ( l-Mail. WAXTKD— -2 clicking machine operators. Hagcrsto\v:i Leather Co Citv Park. WAXTED—Corn cutters. Apply Sylvester Shoemaker. Howard StroeJv Farm. Loitcrsburg Pike. WANTED—Corn cutters by the shock. Apply L. R. Martz,' Loit- orsburg Pike, between Leifersburg and Waynesboro. Pa. WAXTED—Man. experienced short order cook. Reference required. Box r,0f». c-o Horn Id-Mail. Help—Male and Female 34 WAXTKD— now; married couple to work on small dairy farm by the year. Apply Anthony farm. Western Pike. Situations Wanted — Female 36 IIOrs.KW(TRK Wanted l>y yoiTiTg lady \\ith small child. Permanent h>mo. Wril_e Box 7, co H«Ta d. f.KT a classified ad add money to your pocketbook. "" 'A "SOAK THE RICH" PLAN^ ~" does not enter into the scheme of classified advertising. Want Ads are economical. . . so much so that anybody can afford to use them to buy, sell, rent or employ. The fellow who says Want Ads are expensive is "all wet." Employment Situations V» anted—Male 37 EXPERIENCED feed salesman and service man, now employed, wishes to make a change, salary or commission. Write Box 111, Herald PRACTICAL MALE NURSE desires work. Best of references. S4U Maryland Avenue. WANTED—Work as night watchman. Write Box 5. c-o Herald-Mail. Financial Business Opportunity 38 FOR SALE—A filling station doing a nice business. Located on Koute 40 West. ' L. S. Spanglcr Agency, 2nd Fl. 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. WE OFFER ONE of the best business propositions of today. Business established for over eleven years. Will sell and finance responsible party. If you own car and have some capital to invest write for an appointment. Box 114. c-o Herald-Mail. 214 ACRES—Located on Route 40 west, large residence, good bank barn, lunch stand and filling station. $3200. 10% cash, balance can be paid over a period of years. This is a bargain for quick sale. L. S. Spangler Agency, 2nd Fl., 2nd Nnl'l Bank Bldg. Money to Loan—Mortgage* 40 A SAFE & satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $250,000 available, low rates, long terms. L. S. Spangler A gey.. 2nd r'l. 2nd Natl. Bank 131 dg. MONEY to loan on first mortgage. :")%. Geo. D. Hicks. Hagrerstown Trust Eldg. Phone 3018. MONEY TO LOAN—On good first mortgages. 5%. EL P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE. 26 N. Potomac SL MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-5-G Second Natl. Bank Bldg. iTo MOXEY for first mortgages. £1. T. Brewer. T. C. Lindsey. 214-15 2nd Xatl Bank Hldg Ph 24S1. Livestock Dogs, Cat*. Other Pet* 47 I'M iCS and PUPPIES crave variety. <;AIXES MEAT AND MILK MEAL, COOKED, has a wide variety of ingredients, including COD LIVER OIL. HOWARD'S, 7 I'l Balto. St. Phone SOG. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 ROAN MARE, coining 3 yrs. old: good mule, 3 yrs. old: Chevrolet seda.n, running order. Beulah Everly. Kemp's Mill. WHITE Shoats. Rowland Reichard. 1 mi. S. Huyctts on Grccncastle pike. ^^ Poultry and Suppllt* 41 CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd.. E. Phono !)G2,I. Chicks on sale at Howard'? Feed Store Phono SOfi Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 A LARGE selection of unredeemed violins. Unusual bargains. Harry's Loan Office. 55 N. Jonathan St. ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts—New & used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or tyre. Greenwalt Electric Co. Phone 397. Merchandise Coal and Wood 5 6-A LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL Buckwheat, $.".25: Pea, ST.00; Nut, SS.OO: Stove. $7.75: Egg, $7.25: Special Furnace. ?5.75. (Hard coal, 25c per ton discount in truck loads. cash on delivery only). POCAHONTAS "OIL "TREATED" Pea, ?G.OO; Nut. SG.25; Stove. .$7.25. BITUMINOUS Penn. Lump, $0.75; Mine Run, $5.00; Truck Loads. 54.50. PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComas St. Phone 2036 SAVE CELLAR TRIPS—Save §1 per ton on hard coal. Save 50c per ton on run-of-mine lump. Burgess, 217 So. Potomac-. Phone 1120. Good Things To Eat 57 APPLES—Summer Ramhos, Green- ings, Welty's and Main tosh. Martin's storage & Packing House, Middluburg Pike. Open evenings. Phone 403SF12. Household Goods 59 GLBNWUOU combina.tion coal & gas range. Price $15.00. Forsyth Storage. Mill St. Phone 84'Xf. MODEL HI Maytag Gasoline Washer, used as demonstrator. Was $12.1.50. Now $sn.50. BOT-TMAX- WAKNK. Inc.. 3.". AV. Franklin St.. M.UU.KKN gas stove, electric sewing miu'hine. Klectrolux refrigerator. Can h* seen between 5 and S p. m. No dealers. Holmnn. 010 Pot. Ave. XOKG1C electric refrigerator. Was $10-1.50: now §05.00. Guaranteed. We.stinghonse eleotric range used only 4 months. A real bargain. Jones Appliance Service, 24* Summit Ave. USED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living room suites. Cluing room suites, bedroom suites, stoves, heaters, washers, radios, combination coal & gaa range, etc. Before buying see what we have to offer. Terms if desired. MEYERS & BERKSON, Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Office WASHING machines repaired, parts & wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service. 2-1 Summit Ave. Phono 24. 63 SEED WHEAT—Pure Leap's Prolific, excellent quality and reclean- ,cd^ A a ron H. M art i n, Manga, nsyi lie. Seeds, Plants, Flowers Wante to Buy 66 HOAT WAXTED—Hound bottom. 12 to H ft. in length. Stato price and condition. Write P. O. Box 28. Rooms and Board Room* With Board 17 MCDOWELL _ AVE.-440—Room and board in private family. Keason- ablf. Apply^saine. Rooms Without Board 63 AXTJKTAM ST.-10.-204 — Furnished front room. ?7.00 per month. Apply same. A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable. 22 S. Potomac St. UEWEY AVE.-S43 — Large front room, single or twin beds. Private family. Residential section. FOR SALE — Xcw penny candy vending machines. Priced for quick sale. 1 '. o x^ S ; Jj^il^li 1 ! 1 • _ _ ___ GOOD top soil cheap; used bath tub, sink, sewer pipe, iron pump, store door, plumbers fittings. Harry K. Xeller & Son, Plumbers, 105 E. Hill FURXISHEO ROOM—Centrally located, private bath. Phone U'27-W. After 5 P. .M.. 1JI.S2-M. XO I IT H 10 N D "^ "Frrmt ~>onT~~wcM furnished: gentleman preferred. Apply fi fi.'. Oa_k_Hin. furnished bedroom, hot & in room: use of phone N'ICELY cold water and garage. 550 Summit Ave. X K W~^US1PE tt tin gs. Pi pi- cut to specifications: also used boilers, radiators, stokers, pumps. tanks, engines, concrete mixers, olfice desks, chairs & files. Hagerstown Equipment Co.. Maryland Ave. Phone 14C. FRF.S1I — Emptied whiskey barrels & kegs, direct from distillery. Moses P.erkson, l-iH X. Jonathan. Ph. 21S. OAK HILL AVI-:.-S15 — Front" bed j room. private lavatory: second floor room, near bath: use oC telephone 670-J. POTOMAC ST.-X.-42S— Front bedroom. sec-find floor. Near bath. VKn— X ice 1 yf ur n ished hod room: hot water heat. hnth: all conveniences. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 STRUCTURAL STEEL — Xew and Used Angles. 1 Beams. Channels, Concrete Reinforcing Bars. All Sizes. Steel Window Sashes. See us tirst and save money. Maryland Pipe & Metal? Corp. 304 W. Church St. Phone 1039 ALL modern. ;•! furnished rooms, private bath, with shower: elec. stove, dec. refrig.. automatic heat. hot water, lights. Apply 5-H'. Chest. SPECIAL ON" -M-- *> .uuiuivo—v, horse power, $5.'.i5; '•. horse power, ?15. ITagerstown Equipment Co.. Mar via nd Ave. Phone 14iv Coal and Wood 56-A DISTRIBUTOR.-: — 0. P. Automatic Coal Burners AVERS BROTHERS Hear C' 1 W Antietnm St. "Original" Pa. Kgg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phone SOO-ftOl Ft'RXISHKD rooms, T-: and 2::d; tloor S-i to ?r,: :,u !•:. Washington.! Gl;i LFOIU') A'VK~$20—i; "cle. : in7 well furnished rooms: all conveniences. _ Automatic _heri.t, garage. Adulrs.^ Real Estate For Rent Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats APTS,—S and 24 K. Wash. .St., 511 S. Potomac, 15 W. Ant., etc. GROH KKALTV <'().. 1.'! .Summit Av APARTMENT—2.'iO .Summit Ave. Automatic Hot Water. Xe\v- papering. Oak floor, liearinger, Kyorly .Store. A PAllT-MK-Vi'—lT2 ~K.~' \Va7h~HL 5 rooms & bath, 2nd floor, modern in every respect. §:',:,. Phone 515. AXT1ETA.M ST., E.. 122—2nd floor 5 rooms and bath. Apply 121 E. An- tietani. 1st floor, phono 2G25W. APTS.—42 East AveVr~rie'wly "felin- ished, 5 rooms. Frigidaire, garage. C4',i W. Franklin St., modern, 5 rooms & bath. Phone 202W. APARTMENTS FOR REXT—3, 4 & 5 rooms each, with bath. Apply 15 N. Jonathan St. APARTMENT—4 rooms and bath: all conveniences. Apply 25 Xorth Avenue. ALL MODERN—;> rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E. _VVashins_ton_ St. Can 1338-R. E P. O W N~A\ 7 E~5Tfi '~—~ F uTn7~or~u n~- furn. 3-room apt. Heat, light, garage. Adults only. Phone 128K.1. FAlR(JKOi;XU~AVTi-?,7— Furnished apartment, use of phone, garage. Apply same. Real Estate For Rent Suburban, Country For Rent 80 PAKA.\tOUXT— '•> rooms, electricity, 3-4 A. ground, outbuildings. Phone 4015F12. 5 s .?I Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate R REAL KSTATK — INSURANCE IT L' TS O N - H E T Z E Fi A G E XC Y / __g IUTTJT!_U_A v e. Phone 1298 Farms and Land For Sale 8J! COUNTRY HOME:—7 fCmodf:rn.~city water, closo in, $P,,100; ~ R. stone, two lots, :J car garage, out bldgs., bargain, $3,500; 175 A. farm, well improved, running water, 54,000; 7 A. chicken 6i fruit farm, nice home, $2,500. Bargains in city property. Phone 2344-M. .12 A. near old Dunkard Church, Sharpsburg, Cornflcld Avenue; & room, good cellar, S large chicken houses, double garage; land high state cultivation: well watered. Chas. L. Smith, Kec-dys- ville Rt. No. 1. PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in persona] 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. 1 ACRE—4 mi, Hagrerstown, very desirable location. .Sacrifice price. .D. .'.I. Kidcnour, Smithsburg 1 , Md. Classified Display FREDERICK ST.-554— '.', rooms, rage, porches, hot water, shower | bath, automatic heat.. Phone 1331. FRANKLIN ST.-W.-G7—Furnished Apt. for rent. Inquire E. K. Eyerly, IS W. Wash. FRANKLIN ST.-W.-523 — 2 new apartments. 5 rooms, all conveniences, 1st floor. 40 ACRES—Good bldgrs., electric, close in on Main road. Bargain. C- _.t. _Si;n.!_ding (.:c., Phone 5,Sl r W. Houtes For Salt 84 BARGAINS—G room frame, 51100: two 5 room frames, t-lectric, commodes, garages, 51000 each; real chance for home or Investment. John L. Swain. Phone 20S9.J. HAMILTON BLVD., f^O—f> rooms, g-arag-e. Janitor service. Call 1099U or 308. KING ST.-115—New, light, airy, 3 rooms, kitchenette, bath, hardw'd. floors. Immediate possession. LOVELY 5 room apartment, Oak Hill Ave. New and very modern: no children. Phone 2504 or 2221-M. MEALEY PARKWAY—G rooms, newly decorated, automatic heat; garage; no small children. Phone SUG. MODERN 4 room apartment. All conveniences, $22.50. Hagerstown Realty Co.. Realtors. 12 W. Franklin. Phone 16G. MOLLER APARTMENTS — Front apartment for rent. Phone 1240R. NORTH END—5 rooms, tile bath, shower, refrigeration, hardwood, garage. Apply 424 N. Locust. OAK HILL-704 — 5 rooms, bath, screened porch, '.lardwood floor, insulated ceiling, refrigerator, oil heat. Call 1661 or 1054. PROSPECT ST.-S.-4:: — Small furnished or unfurnished apartment, 1 bedroom, kitchenette, tile bath. Five rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Washington Square. Mrs. If. fj. Kneislev. Phone 1524. PROSPECT ST.-S.-157 — 3 room furnished or 1111 furnished, GOO Summit Ave.; 5 room furnished or un- furnishpt'l. Mrs. E. K. Eyerly. Phr, n( . r.70-M. PROSPECT ST.-S.-11S—1st floor. 2 rooms, bath, Frigidaire, automatic heat, exclusive ami central; 425-W. SUMMIT AVE.-31 G—1st fir.. 5 rms.. bath, h'dw'd llr.s.. fireplace, porches, g-arag-e. Ph. 2079W after 5 P. M. SUMMIT AVE.-1S1—r. rooms & bath, 1st floor, fireplace, hardwood, garage. 422 Summit Ave. Ph. 1925W. WASHINGTON .ST.-W.-."07 ancl 411. etc. Apply 119 N. Potomac St. _l^hone_Gj 2/ WASI-flXGTCr~ ST.-W.-43G — Very desirable. 5 and 3 room apartments, each with tiled bath, hardwood floors, insulated, screened, steam heat. Can be seen by appointment. Call nr>7.T. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-4 33—3 or 4 rooms, 2 bedrooms with private baths. Adults. Mrs. Ankeney. 37 S. PROSPECT.—Furnlsnod apartment. Living room, dining room, kitchen, bath ami two bedrooms. Available now. Call 1737W. Maud IXivison. Apt. Business Places for Rent 75 COAL YA'lil'J—With 10-ton wagon .scale on W. Md. lly. siding. Call ]GGT_. FOR RKNT:—Largf- building or space suitable for warehousing, storage, manufacturing, business, .into show room or truck terminal. Apply Klmor K. Kycrly, 1$ W. Washington St. CAIIAGK and Filling Station for rent. Reasonable. Apply same, yi rs. Ha r r v _Sh i 11 i n g. favfitown pike Farms and Lamds for Rent 76 :'<i ACRE FARM on Route 40, near Town. Good buildings, elect. Immediate possession. <;KOH RKALTY co.. 13 Summit AV Houses for Rent 77 AXTIKTAM ST.-K.-LT.S—!.' rooms, all ronv.; suitable 2 families, Oct. 1st. Apply 103 S. Mont Valla Avenue. Jflob"Tful.'SK.S—303 "Reynolds A~ve7, •HJ2 Park Place, Western Pike, North Ktid, Alexander St., etc. GKOir UKALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av LOCUST ST. -N.-41G — Between P.m.-ulway and North Ave. 7 room house, all conv.s. Apply COG Pot. Av. .KP.riir, I-IKK—2 miles from city, house, garden lots, electricity. Sni.-il! family. Write Hox 4. HeraM. Mlfu.:l : :iTRS r """STS-~25'f— 'iSesTr.ahlc 6 rooms, good condition, all c«>nveni- oneo>\ Oct. 1st. Apply 2>i S. Mulberry. NKW—Duplex, f> rooms, hardv/ood. moil, fixtures, enrage, stoker heat. Apply 10.*i K. Ilillcrest. Ph. 2240-M. OAK HILT,—Nice 6 or S room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awnings, porches, hot water heat, erarage. Immediate possession. Telephone 106. SALKM AVK,-!>22—Modern six rooni house. Apply 54 W. Franklin St. Phone 104'.'M." SXYDKR AVK.-20—6 room modern, all conveniences, garage. $22.50. 105 K. Hillcrest. Phone 2240M. BEAUTIFUL modern S room home, oil heat, tile bath: 400 block Potomac Avenue. ^Priced to sell. MODERN 6 room home Virginia Avenue $4050. See us about that farm as we have some exceptional buys. Strole Real Estate, 101 Arcade Bldg. DUAL PARK Fqi"r~s'ALE^Lo\ ; ely new 5 room semi-bungalow, hardwood floors, open fireplace, hot water heat, modern bath & kitchen, side & back porches, garage in basement, shrubbery planted. Ready to move in. Price reasonable: for inspection call 305SJ. DOUBLE BRICK—E. Irvin Ave. New & modern in every respect. Annual income $1.220. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1. DOUBLE BRICK—N. Locust, investment. C rms. side, all conv. 255 S. Potomac 3 story brick apts. 57500. Terms. Chestnut St. Nice modern 6 rm. home $2000. Farms 15 acres S1S50. 27 acres S2000. N. B. Rowe. 2G N. Potomac St. HALFWAY—G room home & 4 A". for only -'52450. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 2481. SIX room brick house, second block of North Jonathan Street, bath, hot water heat, property renting for $20 monthly, $3250. DteSlHABLK corner property ancl lot in Halfway section, .six room house, cement cellar, city water, garage, lot 55x120. Both properties priced at S4GOO. AV. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency, Second National Bank Bldg. WHEN you buy a home also plan a way to own it mortgage free. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Tel. 1001. 33.000— will buy a 1 floor bungalow, modern & in good condition. Can be bought on terms. HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. REALTORS 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 1GG VIRGINIA AVE.—3 modern Apt?., large store room, lot 160x250. SC.500. Will finance up to $5000 at 5 r ;.. Jobn E. Tay 1 o r Agoy. Ph. S3S. Lots For Sale 81 2 LOTS. 50x345 ft. each, join city, Sharpsbnrg Pike. $750. Potomac Realty Co.. jQfi Gr! ct> Bldg. Ph. 203 Wanted—Real Estate 39 PRIVATE party wants small farm on hard road with electricity and good water supply. Give full description and cash price In first Igj IjMi-. _nny No. 11 0. 1 Auctions—Legols Legal Notices 91 ORDER NISI— _ In the matter of the estate of Nannie A. Witzenbachcr, deceased. In the Orphans' Court of Washington County. Ordered, By the Orphans' Court of Washington County, this 22nd day of August, 1030. that the sale of real estate made by Levin Stonebraker, Executor of Nannie A. Wit- zenbachcr, deceased. and this day reported to this Court, be ratified and confirmed, unless 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 Washingfiton County, at least once •-(. 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 WITMER. Judges of the Orphans' Court. True Copy—Test: 11 A R R Y N i-: w< -OME R. Register of Wills. In the matter of the estate of' Elizabeth Eakle, deceased. In the Orphans' Court of Wash-. ington 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 all persons entitled to participate in the distribution of said estate, etc. It is this 22nd day of August. A."" D. 1939, ordered by the Grohans' ^ Court of Washington County, Mary-"" land. •-••• That the 25th day of October, . 1030, be set aside and appointed as a day for a meeting at which persons entitled to distributive shares, of the estate of Elizabeth Eakle. cte- ' ceased, may appear and assert their .~ claims to distribution in pursuance of the provisions of the Annotated Code of Public General Laws of Maryland, as set forth in Article 03, Section 143. and it is further or-.' dered that all such persons, be. and they are hereby warned and notified to be and appear in person or by. guardian, solicitor or agent in this Court, on the day named, at 10:00; o'clock A. AL, to the end that pay-il ment and distribution may be thert. and there made under the direction.; control and supervision of this.; Court ,and it is further ordered that notice thereof be given to the resi-v dent parties mentioned in said peti-; tion. to-wit: Mrs. E. H. Lung. Emmal Eakle, Nora Eakle, William C.- Eakle, Frank Eakle, Airs. Flora Pet-I erman, Mrs. Charles Huff, Mary Eakle, Ann C. Eakle Snyder. Miss Nellie Eakle, by summons and that notice be given to all non-resident" 1 parties mentioned in said petition, as well as to all unknown parties or residents of the State of Mary-.-; land or not. and whether actually, living or dead, who may have any" possible claim to participate in the distribution of said estate by publication of this order in some news-'paper published in the City of Ha-- gerstown, Washington County, . Maryland, once a week for four"' successive weeks before the 21st- day of September. A. D. T930. LLOYD K. HOFFMAN 1 , ' : D. JOSEPH WITAIER. • 7 True Copy—Test: HARRY NEWCOMER. Register of Wills. Public Sale CoOD MOXEY Is saved b> ouyinK good coods at good prices through rh<» classified a.<1« OF PROPERTY. ?,?,2-334 CEXTRAL. AVENUE By virtue of a power of sale contained in a mortgage executed by Frisby T. Show and Annie >I. Show, his wife, dated April 1. 1922, and'' recorded in Liber Xo. 162, folio 266, > 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- * signed 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-." Court House in Hagerstown. Marv-, land, on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER ' 2G, 1930, between the hours of 1:00-' and 3:00 P. M., all that property.,situate and lying on the East side of Central Avenue, in the City of' Hagerstown. in Washington County. Maryland. The lot fronts "d feet on Central Avenue and extends, back therefrom with a uniform width a distance of 141 feet 6 inches to an alley, being Lot Xo^ • 10 In Section 25 on the Plat of The Citizens Development Company of Hagerstown. recorded in Liber Xo. 96. folio 700. one of the Land Records of Washington County; The lot is improved by a DOUBLE-. • TWO STORY. FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, each, side has six rooms,' • bath and Xo. 334 has a Hot Water- Heating Plant. Rental possession™ given on the day of sale. •' : TERMS OF SALE: One-third casn-.. on the day of sale or the ratification thereof, by the Court, and the" balance to be secured by rnortg-age-,.- for one year with interest at. five per cent from the day of sale, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. A deposit of 5200.00 will be required on the day of sale. DANIEL W. DOUB. •-<• Assignee of the mortgagee•, for the purpose of foreclos-' ure and collection. •.,-•£ Fr«vl M. White. Auct.ior.ppr. Public Sale Public Sale OF ANTIQUES WILL 111-:: snnablf- to reliable couple w!io \\'i!l j care for 2 children. Apply 722 ! "'hnrch St., aftt-r t'. P. M. i SHIXGTOX ST.- K,-L'<V.'- -.; rooir.s j bath: e,.::Yo::jei;e,.y. Apply 21 ". j Wa shine* Wanted—To Rent S1 ADS point the way to the home you want. WANTKI>--P, room, completely fur-| nished apt., good location. Write; P.ox 117. I Collection oi tlie late Mrs. A. E. L. Dean, to be sold at Auction. 1 mile South of Keedy.sville, on Sharpsburg pike at the McClellar. Headquarters: propcrtv entrance, on 'WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 Beginning at 10:00 A. M. Xo goods on display until day of sale. Fourie.;:: antique- beds, 42 chairs, 31 trunks. IS brass and copper '-.•••( ties, 25'j lecture frames and pictures, including 32 Currier & Ives; ':'j24 books. ::2 iiookcu: rugs. 14 f.-»ot stools. 17 wall brackets, 3S statues. s chests of drawers, 21 lamp". 27 pieces pewter, 107 pieces silver, 976 pieces of t'hina, 765 pieces glass, including pattern glass and blown glass. historical arid commemorative in both. 21 bedside tables and stands, tilt tops-, etc., 67 pieces milk glass, some fine pieces. 14 oval picture frames, I settees. 4 writing desks, ar.iiirons, fender, tools, brass coal scuttle, etc.. blue d< corated stone jars, pottery, etc., Victorian arm chair, organ, blanket chests, curio cabinet, marble top tables, cradles, ship model. lawn ornaments and furniture, sleigh, ?tc. Also foliov, ing modern gt-oclp: Xew Perfection 4-bnrner oil stove, <"hii:'a r-iosor. server, baskets. 4 electric table lamps, some China and Klns^. p;»ns. wire netti'.ig, t-'" - 'l?, etc. TKKMS CASH. SCOTT DEAN, R. \V. EifT'-nbrode. Auctioneer. Executor. OH, DIANA! Real Worry \/yoLf f /E &£EN A sir j PENSIY£ YOUJZSZLF, . YA MUST \ ON you£, M.IND t DAD ? V WELL— OUIZ YOU LOOK: K/NDA } SILLS SOKTA PILED UP WE U'E&E AV/AY - f I HAVE, DAD--

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