The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on September 13, 1939 · Page 11
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1939. ELEVEN These Classified Columns Have Many Items Of Real Interest To Everybody HERALD-MAIL INFOKMAT1OM All ads are restricted to their proper classifications and to the regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements should be reported immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Advertising ordered for irregular Insertion takes the one time rate PHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken for less than a basis of three lines. Count six average •words to the line. The average word contains six letters. Daily rates per line for consecu tive insertions: All Classified Advertising la C A SH -1N - AD V A NCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Kate One time 10 per line Three times OS per line Six times 06 per line Ada ordered for three or six times ftnd 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 orders. WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACES YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department is situated at the Herald- Mall office. These offices are open to receive advertisements from S A. M. to 8 P. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A. AL will appear in edition *a,ne 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 man- per a.s to bring the greatest results. CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements un- fler 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*. 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. 13—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work, Painting, Tops and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Station*. 17—Tires. Parts. Accessories. 17A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 18D—Welding and Brazing:. 10—Building and Contracting:. 20—Cleaning, Dyeing. Renovating. 21—Dressmaklnsr and Millinery. 22—Heating. Plumbing. Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 2-t—Laundering. 2"i—Moving. Trucking, Storage. 26—Painting. Papering, Decorating 27—Printing. Engraving. Binding. 2S—Professional Service. 20—Repairing and Reflnlshlnit. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29P.—Shoe Repairing. 2HC—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. 31—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—Female. 33—Help Wanted— Male. 31—Help—Male and Female. 35—Solicitors, Canvassers. Agents. 36—Situations Wanted—Female. 17—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 3S—Business Opportunities. 39—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. 44—Musical. Dancing, Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wa ntod—I nstruction. LIVESTOCK 47—Dogs, Cats. Other PotP. 4S—Horses, Cattle. Other Stock. 19—Poultry and Supplies. 50—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 51—Articles for Sale. 51A—Barter and Exchange. 62—Bents and Accessories. B3—Building Materials. 54—Business and Otlice Equljvment. gf,—Farm and Dairy Product*. 5fi—Feed and Fertilizer, [if,A—Coal and Wood. !>7—Good Things to Eat. 55—Homemade Things. SO-—Household Goodo. 60—Jewelry. Watches, Diamond!. 61—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. fiHA—Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. 64—Specials in the Stores, 65—Wearing Appar»l. «6—Wanted —To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD <7—Rooms with Board. §R—Rooms without Board, f,!) — Rooms for I lousckcepinjf. 70—Vacation Places. 71—Where to Eat. "2—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. 81—Wanted—To Rent. . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE R—Brokers Real Estate. <J2—Business Property for Sale. S3—Farms and Lands for Sale. S4—Houses for Sale. S4A—Garages for Sale. S5 — Lots for Sale. SG—Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale S7—Suburban—For Sale. SS—To Exchange—Peal Estate. 89—Wanted—Real clstate. AUCTIONS—LEG AL 90—Auction Sales. 11 —Legal Nr>t j res. ' Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Announcements Personals ARTHRITIS SUFFERERS—Getfroir Cauft'man's Cut Rate free interest- in/? booklet on new Colloidal Sulphur method to relieve aches— pains of Arthritis due to Sulphur deficiency. Easy to take, inexpensive Sulpho-KAPS sold on money back guarantee if 30 days trial does not bring 1 noticeable relief. BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladies' and Men's. DELPHEY'S. 31 E. Franklin St. tPhone 5. BUILDING—Alterations. and repairs, prompt service, reasonable charges. Phone 405-J. .MEN OLD AT 40! GET PEP—New OSTRBX Tonic Tablets contain invigorators. stimulants. 73 year old doctor says "I take Ostrex myself." .".1.00 size, special today SOc. Call, write Rudy's Rexall Pharmacy. WILL GIVE Collie Dog in exchange for good home. Phone 66S. Loit, Strayed, Found 10 HAT LOST—Ladies white felt, Sunday night between Frederick and Hcigerstown. Reward. Gentile, c-o Hotel Washington, Chambcrsburg. LOST—Bunch keys South End. Reward; return 10 Downsville Road. M. E. Castle. LOST—Cluster pearl earring Monday about ten-thirty, Summit Ave. or Washington St., Hagerstown. Reward. Mrs. Frederick Eichberg, St. James. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 FOR SALE—Model T Ford Coupe. Good running condition. Price very low. W. S. Miller, 11G Wayside Av 31 FORD short wheel base cab & chassis; also 1 booster brake, complete. 10S E. Franklin. Ph. 2SG3J. MODEL T for sale:Ford coupe; good running condition. Price verv low. W. S. Miller. 116 Wayside Ave. FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as -'>% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pangborn Blvd. & Paper Mill Road SAFETY FIRST BUi A CERTIFIED CAR 5 Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLE1GH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 TODAY'S FEATURED "BUICK CONDITIONED" USED CARS 37--41 BUJCK Trg. Sedan. -4fi BUICK Bus. Coupo 3G-OLOS "6" Trg. Sedan C-PONTIAC S Trg. Sedan 3G DODGE Touring Coach. CHEVROLET Standard Coach. :U-PONT1AC 4 dr. DeL. Sedan S3 BU1C.K DeL. Sedan. "3 BUJCK Vic. Coupo. one of those line Used Cars s a Special Bargain in Itself, so sec them today and select vours. USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 Open evenings until 10 o'o.lock. THE TI.1UMMA .MOTOR CO. BUICK DEALER 030 033 03.-. 036 R. AND G. CARS FORD Dlx. Sedan. FOltD fiO Coach. FORD Coach. FOR I) Kordor Sedan. FORD Coach. .KORD Co:n:h. FORD Coupe. KOI-ID Ford or Sedan. CHEVROLET Pick-up. CHEVROLET C. C. FORD ir.T" Slako Body. Kurds'in Tractors NEWMAN Al'iTO CO. ne ~1 SmiihsburRT, Md. BETTER I'SEP CARS FOR LESS Buy with Confidence and Save on ny Used Car n . w in .stock before he in Hi models arrive and prices !'3('» PLYMOUTH -I dr. Trg. Sedan. 1>3G FOR l> 2 dr. Trg. Sedan with 935 CHRYSLER •( dr. Trg. Sedan. A one owner car. 9.TT. PLYMOUTH -1 dr. Trg. Sedan with Heater, 935 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Dlx. Sedan "Master." 93-1 CHEVROLET Dlx. Coach. "Master." Many Other Ma.kes and Models to Choo..e from, ?2.~i.i>n to $700.00 Top Allowance for Your Used Car and Easy Terms to Suit You MARYLAND MOTOR CO.. Inc. fifi-lii; \V. Franklin St. Phone 2.~'00 "Your Chrysler and Plymouth Djsjrn>utor" _ i uu i.l_ I.M- .stir|>risi.-<i ai. tile vTuUft which are offered dailv in the classified ads. WHAT VOU WANT WHEN VOU WANT IT WHERE VOU IWWT IT TH CLASSIFIED SECTION "HEY!" WAIT A MINUTE! SEE THESE GOOD USED CARS WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS! All Cars Fully Guaranteed Compare These Prices Before You Buy Elsewhere Lowest Prices and Easiest Terms in Town 1935 CHEVROLET 1 ton Pick-up Looks and runs like new; good rubber all around, mechanical condition fine. Good for man} miles of economical transportation. See it today. Only $525 1937 FORD 2 dr. Sedan. Your inspection of this car will revea! a nice looking", economical car with clean upholstery, sounc mechanical parts and excellent tires. A fine value at §395 1937 LA SALLE Sedan. Beautiful black finish, low mileage. Its runs like new, black finish: fine mechanical condition makes it the natural king of the highway. Only S695 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 at $565 1936 FORD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, unusually smooth and Quiet running $295 1936 PONTIAC Town Sedan. In fine condition, has bf.on carefully checked by our service dept. This popular ear is really a bargain, compare this price $385 1935 CHEVROLET Pick-up Truck. Good tiros, completely overhauled by our mechanics. A real b::v at 5245 1935 FORJy Sport Coupe. Black, a reputable 1935 car priced at a figure that insures yo'j a low yearly depreciation. A real buy at $245 TRUCKS CHEVROLETS & FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phonw -I5S Look for the Big- Neon Sign "Between the Railroads" Autos For Hire 12 HI-DE-HO Taxidriver using 12th car, never had any business. ... PAUL "H. JOHNSON. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 BICYCLE Parts, tires, accessories & expert repairing. Price reasonable. Twigg Cycle Co.. 43 N. Mulberry. Repairing & Service Stations 16 CAR WASHING 50c: parking lOc. Ambrose's Garage, Rr. 14-16-18-32 N. Potomac St. SHAFER'S GARAGE offering 24 hr. service, repairing, lubricating i*i towing. 14(11 E. Frnnklin. Ph. 722. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop. 11 N Locust. Ph. 2693 W Radio Repairing 18-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open tr> 6:00 P. M.. TARBART BROS. "25 W. Washing'nn St. Phone 24S Repairing and Refinishing 29 F. .1. GACK—ticupholstering & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph 305G 2S E. Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 JMRISTMAS Card Masterpiece: lOQTf, profit. Sensational SI assortment. Newest double foils, mother peiirl, velour. 5C> P<>rs«>n:i]s. Kxpor- HMH'U unnecessary. .Reiiuest samples. Bluebird. 0:11 Fit.irh.burg. Muss. MI.RTSTMAS CARDS—Biggest Hue Personals with sender's name. 50 fur ?1. up, BiK" cash profits. :' fast- soiling .P.iix Assortments pav up to 111(1'-;.. FRKK Samples. WET- MORI-; \- SroDKN". T-l'.i Monroe. Oept. STS. .Rochester. N. Y. GIRL—For wenornl housesv»rk and oookinvr: experienced. Call Wil- ila.vnsporl .""51. LAD 1ICS ti» book order's in .spare 1im-\ Write Real Silk Hosiery Mills, Mi't'rory Kldg. fur i iil'm-ma t n. MTYK iT $:." (10™( \.\S T1 f ~. r ' s e 1 f i n g " Ti i"ly 10 boxes my now. Different. 21-card $1 ("hrisi mas Assortment. Fastest, seller out. RiK 1 line Christmas. Everyday Novelties. Up to 10(1% profit, Cards with name. 50 for ?1. Free Samples. SCIIWER. Dept. T'.M;. West field. Mass. MTD~l5LK~AC.Ifi > 1-uly fiTi r ~g"on"or:n housework. Two in family. No. 1 AV. Lincoln Ave.. Hagorstmvn, Md. M IDT) LE - AG K D fad\ 7 t n~f a k e" c'ha rge of home. -1 adults. Stay nights. Apply Mrs. K. T. Raohtell. Smiths- bun,'. Md.. Rt. 2. UP TO $15 :i week and your own ilresse" FRKK <ienionstrating lovely Fall Fashion Frocks. No canvassing. Write fully givinar si/.e nnd e.ilnr preference. FASHION FROCKS, Dept. S-57-H'., Cincinnati. _Ohi<v. ___ __ W A N"' 71 TD~~r~;\i i , h fi i- ~\ £, ~;\ 1 a < 1 y" " f o r housekeeping. Apply 310 N. Mlll- >erry Stret WOMA.\ to help h si'iaicI room and light housework. Apply Jvl •L^- ; '! tl gi on st . ' Help Wanted—Male 13 GOOD ROUTE AVAILARLK of soo Rawleigh consumers. No experience needed. La r.if e sales mean big profits. Permanent. Full time. Write RawleiLvhX Dept. MDl-tiG- 10-I Chester, Pa. MF.X—To out, corn ~"hy shock. .f. Adrian Strite, Cl oarsp ring-.Mercers_burg 1U1., 4 mi. from St. Paul's Chr R E F1 X E D~S A I. E S~M~A N—O \- er":f. : ,~foT- local territory. Write pox 27. Herald-Mail. WANTED—Tenant on half shares for a large farm with modern improvements, located in Downsvil'.e district. Possession April 1st. Good _ref. required. I'll. Hag. -jiiti-} FL*._ Situations Wanted—Female 36 HOUSEWORK 01- restaurant work wanted: city preferred. Write Box 2:1 Herald-Mail. VC.tUNC, LADY, stenographer. " wiTl be eompanion to couple, or widow, in exchange for rnnm and board. 'l"f •_. f JL''.! 1 ._,>V.VJ'.'\ J' 5 ',^"..-?-. T 1 '."'." 1 -.!. 1 .Situations V\ aMted—Male 37 COl.op.Ki> c,.up]e d.-sir.-.s \v..rk; re-j :'.•!-. -iic,.. Apply i:;n w. ivthel st. : NVA'XTI^D— Work in restaurant, till'-! inw station or \\'ork of any kind, j lioferenc.-s. :'.•! S. Mulberry. ! YOUNG iiiaii will Invest $l,noa and ! aetive serviet-s: Kxperieiseeil 1-look-: keeper, Sti-noiirap'uer. C'lTic-- Manager. Writ-'- Ro\ Jn Herald. YoUNG Mian liesires work in stoi-t-. Cati qualify :is elerk. manager. «r assistant tnaTiatrer. T\V" years ex- I CALL MY DOG "STOCK MARKET TIP"— because as a pointer he isn't worth a scent. But still, he's a friendly old fellow, and I'm glad I got him back that day he wandered away and completely lost himself. Sure thing! I ran a Lost and Found Ad—and had him back the very next day. Financial Money to Loan—Mortgages 40 MONJEY TO LOAN UN WORTH AO Kb N. B. ROWS. 26 N. Potomac St. MONET TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BASCHTEL Agency 304-5-6 Second Natl, Bank Bldg. 5% MONET for first mortgages. H. T. Brewer. T. C. Lindsey. 214-15 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg Ph. 24S1 nstruction Private Instruction 45 GRACE WASHBURN teaches singing and piano. Highest training in U. S., London and Italy. Phone 2121 Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 PIGS—Thoroughbred Spotted Poland. Can be registered. William Gloss, Trego. Poultry and Suppliti 41 CUSTOM. HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd., E. Phone UG2J. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone S06. UP TO DATE Sanitary Poultry Feeders and Fountains, all sizes. HOWARD'S, 7 E. Balto. St. Ph. 806 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 A LARGE selection of unredeemed typewriters & 120 bass accordion. Harry's Loan OHice, 55 N. Jonathan DKSKS, chairs, files, meat cases, block, slicer, grinder, counter scales, etc. Save on good used equipment. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO., Md. Ave. Phone HG. KLKCTR1C MOTORS—Used & new. In nil sixes: also controls, parts, drives. repjiiring it rewinding. HAGKRSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Md. Ave. Phone 146. ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts—New & used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or tyue. Green wait Electric Co Phone 397. FRESH—Emptied whiskey barrels & kegs, direct from distillery Moses Berkson. 143 N. Jonathan. Ph. 21S. JSED PLUMBING & Heating Fixture:;—Sinks, Lavatories & Tubs. Arcola Heaters, Heating Boilers & Radiation. Guaranteed condition. Bargain prices. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp. 304 W. Church St. Phono 103y 1 LARGE Estate Hcatrola. U children's bi-ils up to G yrs. old: all like 1 new: 3S Ropssiipr Ave. SAVAIVK Hornet repeating rifle with live pi>wor telescope, IIPW condition, vory nccurato. Will sell rensMiiahlo. Edward Ridcnour, Security. Md. T^VO~~5LCi\ - "ER"l"[ULLKRS—''an "be seen at F. L. Notnaglct-, ICast of Fairerrotnxly, Frederick. Md. Feed and Fertilizer 51 ATTENTION FARMERS — For a limited time we have available refuse limo at an attractive price. <J"ity Supply Co. Phon/>_ 1 L'Sfi. Coal and Wood 56-A DISTRIBUTORS — O P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear 39 W. Antietam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phone 900-001 Merchandise Seeds, Plants, Flowert 63 SEED WHEAT—Pure Leap's Prolific, excellent quality and reclean- ed. Aaron H. Martin, Maugansville. SEED barley fine quality. John H. Roney, Hagerstown Rt. No. 2. Phone ."."-W. Rooms and Board Rooms With Board CAN BOARD and care for elderly people in pleasant suburban home. Phone 4046F6. Rooms Without Board ATTRACTIVE BEDROOM next to bath. Gentleman preferred. Phone 1030. ANTIETAM ST.-E.-26—Front bedroom, 2nd flour. Phone 2G64. A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable. 22 S. Potomac St. CENTRALLY located furnished room, private bath. Phone 1927 W. After r, P. M.. RiS2M. COMFORTABLE well furnished front room. Apply (Jii."> Oak Hill. DEWEY AVE.-S43 — Large front room, single or twin beds. Private family. Residential section. NICELY furnished bedroom, hot & cold water in room: use of phone and garage. 550 Summit Ave. POTOMAC ST.-N.-lOOVi—Nicely furnished room next to bath. 3rd floor. Apply Mrs. Ruth Schmidt. POTOMAC ST.-X.-42S—Front bedroom, second floor. Near bath. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 ALL MODERN, 2 furnished rooms, heat, light, elec. Refrig., bath, porch. ?5.50 wk. Adults. Apply 546 Chestnut St. FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping. All convenience; 50 IS. Washington St. FURNISHED—3 rooms, kitchenette and bath. Private. Adults only; 501 W. Wilson Blvd. LOCUST ST.-S.-327—2 nicely furnished rooms, all conveniences. Apply same. SUMMIT AVE.-141—3 rooms, completely furnished. Private bath, nntnrn.' heat. Storage room. Wanted—Rooms or Board 73 Y'H-NG MAN—Good personality, High School education, wants to work for hoard and room mornings, evenings and on Saturdays. The yoiinc: man is of good character. Industrious and free from objoc- ..I'l'nablo habjts. P.._O...B"X 148. City. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 APTS.—r.L'T Reynolds Ave.. S and 24 K. \Vnsh.. ")11 S. Potomac. 15 W. Ant., 21 W. Wash.. 22 N. Potomac. CROll. REALTY C0^. 13 Summit Av APT.—2".0 Summit Ave. New papering and oak lloor: continuous hot water. Apply Bearinger. Eyerly's APARTMENTS—Modern, 4 rooms & bath, janitor service at 503 Wash. Sq. Also 3 rooms & bath at 235 \\>st Side Ave. Phone 1178J. SAVK CKLLAI1 TRIPS — Save $1 per ton 0:1 hard coal. Save 50c per ton on run -uf-mine lump. Burgesa. 217 So. Pntomar. Phone 112:». LYKENS VALLEY HA Rii COAL Ruckwhcat. S.">.25 : Pea, S7.00; Nut, SS.OO: Stove, S7.75: Egp, $7.25: Special Furnace. S5.75. (Hard coal. 2.'c per ton discount In truck loads. cash on delivery only). POCAITONTAS "OIL TREATED" Pea. ?6.00: Nut. $t"..2.~. : Stove. 57.25. CI TUMI NOUS Ponn. Lump. $0.75; Mine S5.00; Truck Loads, S4.."0. PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 MrCnmns St. Phone 203_C_ ~57 Run, Good Things To Eat ARLINGTON — 2nd tloor, private hail, living, dining. 2 bedrooms, new bath, kitchen, newly decorat- j_idj lumlw'd. adults. 112 Broadway. APARTMENT—3 rooms, kitchenette and bath. Suitable for business. CInronco Kocdy &. Co. A P ATRTM ENif—n 2~i-r "wash. sZ 5 rooms & bath. 2nd door, modern in every respect. $:!.">. Phone 545. ANTIETAM ST.. E.. 122—2nd floor 5 rooms and bath. Apply 121 E. An- tieturn. 1st floor, phone 2625W. APT:?. — 42 East Ave.. newly retin- ishod. r. rooms. Krigiclaire. era rage. 64'i \V. Franklin St.. modern. 5 rooms & bath. Phono 262W. AT-ARTMENTS~~FOR~RENT—3~ 4 & "i rooms each, with bath. Apply !."• _N. Jonathan St. A PA RTM EXT—4 rooms arid bauT: all conveniences. Applv 25 North Avenue. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 OAK HILL AVE.—.Vice, neu- modern apt., automatic heat: no children. Phone 2."U4 or 2^^1-M. POPE AVE.-1022—3 room apartment, large porch: all convenience, partly furnished. Caragf, Adults. PROSPECT ST.-S.-4.",—Furnished. ',', rooms, private hath. Call Mrs. H. L. Kneisley. Phone l."21. PROSPECT ST.-S.-11S—1st floor. 2 rooms, bath. Frigidairf.', automatic heat, exclusive and central. 42->W. ROOMS, cottages, apartment.?, light housekeeping rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Modern. C. C. Jones 702 Frederick St. SUMMIT AVE.-3.V—Apartment, :'. rooms, private hath. Apply 370 Virginia Ave. Phone H4.~>R. SUMMIT AVE.-234—First floor 4room: bath; hardwood; porches; laundry. Call •f04.">F2. SUMMIT AVE.-ir,-)—2 room apartment and bath. New and very modern; 1S30. SUMMIT AVE.-222—3 rooms, hardwood floors, automatic heat. Apply Young, 4SS Potomac Ave. SUMMIT AVE.-G09 —r, room furnished or unfurnished. ' Mrs. E. K. Eyerly. Phone :',70M. WASHINGTON'ST.-W.-43G-." rooms, bath, steam heat, modern throughout. Phone !>f)7.J. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-1G4—2 3- room apartments. All conveniences. Call 1522. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-r.07 and 411. etc. Apply 113 N. Potomac St. Phone G12. 607 W. WASH ST. &. Madison Ave. Apartments. Possession at once. Apply 22.". E. Antietam St. 57 S. PROSPECT.—Furnished apartment. Living room, dining room, kitchen, bath and two bedrooms. Available now. Call 1737W. Maud Davison. Agt. Business Places for Rent 75 COAL YARD—With 10-ton wagon scale on W. Md. Ry. siding:. Call 1661. LARGE building or space suitable for warehousing, storage, manufacturing, business, auto show room or truck terminal. Apply Elmer K. Eyerly. IS W. W ash in gton St. Farms and Lands for Rent 76 l!.iS ACRES—Piper Farm at Sharpsburg. Poss. April 1. J-940. Apply 133 E. Antietam St. Homes for Rent 77 BRYAN PLACE-300—7 room house, newly papered. Possession at once. CONCORD ST.—G rooms, all conveniences. Immediate possession. Phone 2SGW2. FREDERICK ST.-r.S3 — 6 rooms, furnace, water heater, bath, garage. Poss. Oct. 1st. Apply 535. GOOD HOUSES—1~62 Park Place, Western Pike, North End. etc. C..EOH REALTY CO.. 1:'. SummitAv HOUSE—For rent or sale. 723 Va. Ave. S rms.. bath. hdw. floors, steam heat, with large lot used for truck patch. Near Park and school. Apply 721 Va. Ave. Phone 207'JW after 5. HAMILTON BLVD.-100'.) — (> room brick with garage, $35 per mo. Court Realty Co.. 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phone 24S1. HAMILTON B-LVD.-loOTj—0 room modern house, hot water heat, garage. Apply No. 1303 or Ph. 1441.1. LOCUST ST.-N.-416 — Between Broadway and North Ave. 7 room house, all convs. Apply 606 Pot. Av. MODERN HOME—A-l condition, garage. Possession at once. Phone 124" J. S62 Mulberry Ave. MULBERRY AVE.-86S — Reconditioned throughout. Modern convs, App_ly__S70_Mul b erry Ave. Ph. 1243R ____ M ULB E RRY~ST. - S. - 2T> 2— 0 rooms, conveniences, gas stove: rent reasonable; Oct. 1st. Apply 254 S. Mulb. NEW—Duplex, 5 rooms, hardwood, mod. fixtures, garage, stoker heat. Apply 105 E. Hillcrcst. Ph. 2240-M. OFF Cavetown Pike on Funkstown road. 5 room house, 3 A. land. elec.; possession at once. Phone 4031F13. OAK 1-1 ILL AVE.-912 — Modern S room house, garage. Call 12GG. Ptrnlo-Wright Insurance Acrency. OAK HILL—Nice 6 or 8 room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awnings, porches, hot water heat, garage. Immediate possession. Telephone 101. POTOMAC ST.-S.-13C, — Modern 10 rooms, good location for doctor's otlicu or roomers. Strole Realty Co., A r en do TJldg. SUMMIT AYK.-D33—Modern, G room house, gnragf. October 1st. C;ill >2GG. Strole-Wright Insurance Acy SUMMIT AVE. & Memorial Blvd.— Single 7 mom house, vapor heat. Garage. Photic H'.iTR. VIRGINIA AVE.-2SOO—8 rooms redecorated; new bath, shower, hot water radiation, remodeled kitchen, breakfast nook, reflnished floors, lawn, shrubbery, flowers, fruit trees. Phone 2.VJO-M. WASHINGTON" AVE.-821 — Modern 0 rooms, bath, all conveniences. Apply 501, Wilson Blvd. Ph. 2400-R. 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. Real Estate For Sale Houses For Sale 84 liUY REAL ESTATE NOW—While it is low. We have good buys in all sections of the city & suburbs. Also good farms. Strole Realty f'i.. Arcade Bldg. CENTRAL—8 room house and store room, corner location. Modern, 4 garage.---. Write Box 21) Herald-Mail. FUNKSTOWN—6 room brick, vapor ho;u. Priced, for quick sale, .lobn !•:. Taylor Agcy. Phone S3S. GEAR F O S S—R eel u c edp rice on 7 room modern home with large lot & double garage. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phone MSI. CEDAR LAWN—Nice 6 room home, oak floors, bath, furnace, garage, e,tc.. :?:;:>00. i-Jasy terms. GROH REALTY CO., 13 SummitAv WASH. ST.-E.-20ft—G rooms and bath: conveniiMirps. Apply 213. WKST~S IDE" AVE.-32^6 n»om h»u.«e. Ail conveniences. Garage. Phone "WEST SIDE AVE.-.'US—G rooms. nil convenience. Apply 355 W. Side Avo. Phone 1 "-l s j_- 1 -_J 5 ROOM HOUSE—Lot. el'-rt ricity. gar;ige. Apply 1010 Virginia Avo. G ROOM HOI'SE—Hard wood floors, stoam healing plant. ccMar ward- mbes. '?. blocks from Public Sq.; no gnrage Rent $35 Reference re- MUiivd. T...X L'n. H.-!- :! ld-.Mail._ Wanted—To Rent 81 AIM J LES—UiMiii.'mber. you can get | :i bu. of good api»li's at Martin's I Storage £ Packing liuus.: '.'or 50c. I Phiuif 4'i:;Sl-M2. Open evenings. | FOR SAIJ-:—Nice ~ cl'ean Griiiu-s | <"!olden ,-ipples, -iOo bu.. you pick ' them; 5i>o pickr-il. I.add.-rs \- picking bags I'lirnishfl. Clinton Martin. 2'« miles SiHith\vest Waynes- | born. Ph(>ii.> Wayncshcrii :':'>uR:v ! GRAPES for sal.\ -Jnc ha!:' bushel i unpicked; .".Of picked. Apply Pang- ; bom Hlvd.. .".til h-iuse from Cave- ; town Pike. ! ALL MODERN'— .S rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E St. Call 133S-R. RIOAl.'TIFl.'L downtown apartment, 1st »oor. 1 bedroom. Reference __rejjujred. iio.\ 25. Herald - Mai 1. P.!:v>WN .VVlv-nT^":: ~room~fi7rniyh~- • ed .ipariment ; light, heat, garage. Adults only. Phone 12S;i-,l. For X D ! I Y ST~ N'7- 1 1' : '-_'~ :i"r '.^TTni s~a~:Td bat!>; newly y.apered and painted. A FARM of 100 to l.'O A. with modern eonveience.; best »f reference given. Write I '.ox J'.o^ T (e_r a hi._ Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 1TUTSON-HEV7ER AG EXCY 7 Summit Av<* F-'hone 12<> Farms and Land For Sale 83 Household Goods II IiENKV(M.A —42 A., in good rultiva- bath, automatic Phone. i:i:;i Financial Money to Loan—Mortgage* 40; A SAKE & satisfactory Farm I.oani plan, S-.'O.OOO available, low- rates, i Ions: terms. L. S Spangler Accv. ; 2nd Fl 2nd Xatl P.ank Bldg MONEY to loan on first mortgage ! f><V <"?«»o D Hicks. Hagersfown ' Trust Ride Phone 301S M~ONEY~7O IX)AN—On Rood first mortises ;'. % H P LOT of antique •<: modern furniture and lighting tixtnres for sale. Mrs. Ceo. S. Ridgely, Funksiown. MODEL KS-r,-",s Kelvinator. '~.\Vw~ A bargain. Was $1 s;>.:».">. Now SI if'.:-:.. P.olIMAN-WARNE. Ir.c... "."• W. Franklin St, P< >R<;i':L'.\fx lined reYriirerator." TOO HIS. capacity: water tank; also a unit to make it eleetrie; l.'l lvi?;gSt. THIS WEEK ONLY--Jl^.rfoIn'ner sprint: irattresses at. 512. ',•:>. Forsyth St-'faije. Mill St, Ph. S4:'.I. XVASIUNG machines repaired, parts X- wringer roll.- 5 . Jones Appli. Service. ^M Summit Ave. Phone 24 USED FURNITl'lli: s:orod In our warehouses for <;uiok disposal. Livirsg room suites, dining room suites. bedroom suites, stoves, heatej-s, washers, radios, combination ooal ,"c ga* rantre. e.rc. TU-- i'ore buying se,> whar we have to ..ffer. Terms n .1-sired. MI:YI:RS A- HEP.KSI'-X. ir.c. 41 ,<• 43 \V Fr.KikV.n S: n r ,-,,.«,:„ x, MV ;>,... ,}^.<-f FRAN K LIN ST.- '-07— Firn'ished Apt. for rent. Irujiiire 1£ K. Eyeriy IS W. Wash. ! i A M 1 1 /n >x "i-.Lv ix-Yi r:— "•>' ~<7<l]l\ .iparttno!::. Apply ;>i W. Frank I in Street. HAMILTON BLVD., :-20— 5 rooms. garatro. Janitor service. Call lODf'R or ;;os. KlN<; ST.-11:.—New. ligli:, iiiry.""":'. rooiriy. kitcl'.enet!'-. 'natii. hardwood tJoors. Immediate possession. T!! !•: Summer Estate of ihd late Harriet S. I.ederer. located near Rin^gold, C'.ntaiMinic about li'io A. of land, improved by a larKe brick residence with bath X; electric lights: also i room tenant house L. S, SP ANGLER Exclusive Atrent 2nd Floor_Sooorid Xat'l P-:••£•" ^^^ ho;:?e, barn. ru:v.:iMg water, close in. A. L. Zahri. Phono ll.'XY or lo:,S\V WHEN YOL i.OSn s don't IDS* track of this number — 104 A classified .id -taker will nelrt; vou word an effective "Ix>st anrt : Found" ad. I Musical Merchandise 62 PlA'N6--"We::diar.vJ. 11 A -1 cond it;,», Price roaj-v.r.ab'.e. 121 E. Washington St. MEAI.EY P;irk\vay. i or f, rooms. ' lu-wiy d..V"rated. No .small ohildren. Near'Hi Scho,,!. Phoj:,-^ S,j<C. ^ • M < Vi"» K] > x f. Y ~f i ir'. ; i s h- -d ~^~r^rn~l~- ' mediate pocs,-*«.s|or.. Mrs. Travis. 2S E. Washington St. Phone Hs-M. .\fOIM^TfN^T~ro,Tms~t~bTfh : adults; i porch, yard, heated garage, auto- | matic heat, hardwood. 11'.' E. Po-I ;oma<> St.. Wiliiamsport. Ph. 2*41. ! MOI>ERN 4 room apartment. All; Realty Co., Realtors. 12 \V Frank- . ll-; Phon* U-T. ; M <»LI. E R A T v A !: T .N IE N T S — F r o rT: ; apartment for _. 1 ACRK— 4 ::ii. Hagerstown. ver . . desirable location Sacrifice price ATTliACTlVK New r.viugalow — South Hnd, HarJw..tod. vapor heat. ffaracre. A real harcnit:- Can be Write p. ox 1<. Herald. P.KAI, II'».M1-: way,' :; rep': a >••••••. ^ Way. NOP.TH AVK..-13S—Is: floor apar:- rr.ent. 4 rooms .t bath; available OctoVtcr 1st. Phone 10S3R. tlAKGAlN — - story hrick apt. h»\ise, W. Wa?h. S:. Always rerit- ed. only ?42<"»\ .T,->hn L. Swain Agency, 20 Ave.. CONCORD ST.—-Double brick, 6 rooms to a side. All conveniences. Phone 2S6W2. DUAL PARK on new Dual Highway —Lovely new 5 room semi-bungalow, hardwood floors, open fireplace, hot water heat, modern bath & kitchen, side it back porches, g-arag-e In basement, shrubbery planted. Ready to move in. Price reasonable; for inspection call 3058-J. DOUBLE BRICK-—N. Locust, investment. 6 rms. side, all conv. 255 S. Potomac .1 story brick apts. $7500. Terms. Chestnut St. Nice modern 6 rm. home $2300. Farms 15 acres S1S50. 27 acres S2000. N. B. Rowe. 2G N Potomac SL FOR SALE—Investment dwellings, 400, 402. -104, 406 McDowell Ave.; 711, 71-1 Marshall St.: 017. 919 Lanvale St. and 50 Elizabeth St. The Ebert Plouse at Braddock Height?, Md.. 30 rooms. I?, baths, large dining room, kitchen, lobby and outside dance pavilion" or sun deck. This property can be bought for one-fifth of its original investment. Gilmore R. Flautt. Jr., 109 N. Market St.. Frederick, Md. FOUNTAIN HEAD—7 room modern brick home with 2 tile baths, recreation room. This home insulated with rock wool & has double attached garage. Well located on lot 100x200 ft. Will finance to suit. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phone 2481. GET YOUR Home financed as-cheaply as you expect to purchase it. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Tel. 1001. HOUSE—Containing- 2 apartments, insulated, automatic heat, air conditioner, good investment. Main St. \Vaynesboro, Pa. Write Box 28. c-o Herald-Mail. MODERN G-room semi-bungalow. Reasonable. Conveniently located, lot in county accepted as part payment. Write Box 14, c-o Herald. PARAMOUNT location desirable brick home, nine rooms and bath: oil burner, hot water heat: weather stripped. Beautiful lawns, shrubbery, fruit, lots, garage. Call 4045F2 SIN room brick house, second block of North Jonathan Street, bath, hot water heat, property renting for ?20 monthly. S3250. DESIRABLE corner property and lot in Halfway section, six room house, cement cellar, city water, garage, lot, 55x120. Both properties priced at $4600. W. MURRAY RAECHTEL Agency. Second National Bank Bldg. 12 ROOM HOUSE—All convs., 2 A. Lijilm'HJ.Minjj!', right. Potomac Realty C'-*.._1»fi Grice Bldg. Ph. 2P3. Lots For Sale 85 F.UY A HOME SITE—$135 up to 51 son on convenient terms, all sec- _.li_nnjt_._ f_. .LJspn 1 ding Co. Ph. j Wanted—Real Estate WANT TO BUY 6 to 10 acres of land on hard road. Write Box 24. e-o Herald-Mail. Auctions—Lego Is Legal Notices 91 Classified Display Notice* ?TiS>Ti' IT/^ 3 A "TH M>Lii(LA IIJ In the matter of the estat* ot Elizabeth Eakle, deceased. -In the Orphans' Court of Washing-ton County. Order of Court upon the petition of William C. Eakle. Administrator, d, b. n.. c. t. a., oJ Elizabeth Eakle, deceased, to appoint a date for a meeting of all persons entitled to participate in the distribution of .said estate, etc. land. That the 25th day of October, 1330, be set aside and appointed, as a day for a, meeting at which persons entitled to distributive shares of the estate of Elizabeth Eakle, deceased, 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 . r io, Section 143, and it is further ordered 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. M., to the end that payment and distribution may be th.en and there made under the direction, control and supervision of this Court .and It is further ordered that notice thereof be given to the resident parties mentioned in said petition, to-wit: Mrs. E. H, Lung. Emma' Eakle, Nora Eakle, William C. Eakle. Frank Eakle, Mrs. Flora Peterman, Mrs. Charles Huff. Mary Eakle, Ann C. Eakle Snyder, Miss Nellie Eakle, by summons and that notice be given to 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 of said estate by publication of this order in some newspaper published in the City of Ha- arerstown, Washington County. Maryland, once a week for four successive weeks before the 21st day of September, A. D. 1939. LLOYD K. HOFFMAN. D. JOSEPH True Copv—Test: HARRY NEWCOMER Register of Wills. Public Sale T / Will sell i-n front of Court House, Hagerstown, Md., TUESDAY. SEPT. '26, At 11 A. M. 15 Shares \Vashington-Berkeley Bridge Stock. 1 Share Hagerstown Trust Co. stock. TERMS—Cash. FRED M. WHITE. Auct. ORDER NISI — Martin V. B. Bostetter, Assignee of Washington County Building and Loan Association, Incorporated, Mortgagee, versus William E. Petrie. No. 14.071 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. Urd.-red. Ry the Clerk of the Circuit Court, this ]T!th day of Septem- j her. HI"?, that the sales made and j rcj)orted by Martin V. B. Bostetter. | Assignee of Mortgagee for the sale of the real estate in the proceedings of this cause- mentioned, bo ratified | and confirmed, unless cause to the I contrary be sho\vn to the Court on ! or before the ",th day of October [ next: Provided ,a. copy of this order he inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at i least, once a. week for three sifcces- j sive weeks before the said last men| tiont.-d day. I The report states the amount of : sales to be. ?6."i''0."0. True Copv—Test: ! EDWARD HSWALD. Clerk. OF PROPERTY. 332-334 CENTRAL' AVENUE By virtue of a power of sale contained in a mortgage executed by Frisby T. Show and Annie M. Show, his wife, elated April 1. 1022, and recorded in Liber No. 1R2, folio 2KB, one o£ 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 assigned 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. Maryland, on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1339. 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 ol Hagerstown, ir. Washington County. Maryland. The lot fronts 3C feet on Central Avenue and extends back therefrom with a -uniform width a distance of 141 feet fi Inches to an alley, being Lot No. 10 in Section 25 on the Plat of The Citizens Development Company of Hagerstown. recorded in Liber No. 96. folio 700. one of the Land Records of Washington County. The lot is improved by a DOUBLE TWO STORY. FRAME" DWELLING HOUSE, each pirle has six rooms, bath and No. 334 has a Hot Water Heating Plant. Rental possession givon on the day of sale. TERMS OF SALE: One-third casTi on the day of sale or the ratification thereof, by the Court, and the balance to be secured by mortg'ag'e 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 S200.00 will be required on the day of sale. DANIEL W. DOUB. Assignee of the mortgagee for the purpose of foreclosure and collection. Fred M. White. Auctioneer. Classified Display BLIC' SALE Will offer at public sale SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. at 2 P. M., in front of the Mansion House, Mercersburg, the limestone farm of 150 acres, more or less, situate one mile west of Welsh Run. and improved with a 12 room brick house. tenant house and bank barn. Terms will be made known day of sale. WALLACE and HOWARD CRAIG H. M. Zimmerman. Auctioneer. WHEN VOU LOSE something don't lose track or this number—104. A classified ad-taker will help you word an effective "Lost and Found" Merchandise Notices WASHINGTON COUNTY RAILROAD i COMPANY ! : The Anriual Meeting of the Slock- i ; holders of the Washington County j i Kaiiroa<i Company will' b»- held a": I | Hauerstown, .Md.. on Tuesday. Octo- j th'; !.au v»!!ic.-s of Lap.-: a:u,l M.ish. i ; for the elo.-tiun of a Hoard of Di- ! rectors and for The transact ivii of) such other b".s!n.ess as may prop- i • •rly coine befor.- said meeting. <'•. F. MAY. .-•'•, f?',''~" "^.VisL 0 '©^ i> — O Vis' t-"~. Vis' *ii» G» RECONDITIONED ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS CLOSE OUT PRICES n cu. ft. Frigidaire $49 i) cu. ft- Frigidaire 69 B cu. ft. K-elvinator S3 ^—6 cu. ft. General Electric 89 Terms as Low as $.">.00 Down and SI.23 Per Week Opon Evenings by Appointment Shockey Furniture Co. 25-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 Dated 1". li«:iP. *.'ity of Hagerstow:;, Maryland t.< i\vne;-i Sealed rids for Contract No. 14 — Furnishing a::d delivering material for i-\'.-t!«-r ami Dist riin: tior. Cir- urrouiid Service. a:iu l'iu!ergroii:id ;'o\\--r Servict-. f--r :!••«• <.';t\ Hall Merchandise !>y The Ma\'or and C.oi:i:cil • «:' 1 lagerstown, ui the Ma\'.<r's office until ^ o'clock P. M.. K S. T., S--i>- L . ^:., li''3:i, and will then be public; y opened and read aloud. The information for Bidders. Form of Bid. Form of Contract, and -Specifications may be examined at the oilice of the City Engineer. Hager-stown. and copies thereof obtained from the City Engineer upon rr.jncs;. on a:ul after Sept. IS. 1:)3!>. The Owner reserve* the rii?!u to waive any informalities in or to re- :ect any '•••r a! 1 , bid*. The estimated cos: of the material covered by this contract is S:\7QO.OO. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 4,"> days a'fter the actual date of the, openiiisr thereof. RICHARD H. SWEENEY, Mayor of Hagerstown, Hager?town, Maryland. USED RANGES AND HEATERS Floor Demonstrator, long chimney all porcelain table top oil ! range. Large size green •& ivory all vorvelain Coal Range, with res- j ervoir & closet, A-l condition. | ;. - room porcelain Circulating 1 Heater. 3 -room Circulating Heater. . •1 «-room Circulating Heaters. Terms as Low as $1.25 Per Week Open Evenings by Appointment Shockey Furnitm-e Co. 2S-30 Summit Ave. Photi* 1301

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