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THE DAILY MAIU, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1939. Here You May Find All Kinds Of Thrift News And Business Information HERALD-MAIL -INFORMATION All ads are restricted to their proper classifications and to the regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements »hould be ' reported immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one incorrect' insertion. Advertising ordered tor Irregular insertion takes the one time'rate. PHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken for less than a basis iof three lines. Count six average >vords to the line. The average ^v-ord 'contains six letters. Dally :rates per tine for consecutive insertions: All Classified Advertising 1* CASH-IN-ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Rate ! One time .10 per line I Three times ' 08 per line 1 Six times 06 per line Ads ordered for three or six times h.nd 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 PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising De- fcftrtment is situated at the Herald- Safl office. These offices are open to recotve advertisements from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear in edition lea.ue day and 8 P. M. will appear Jn edition following day. Tb.9 Ad-taker will .gladly assist you, If desired, so that the copy for your ad Is prepared in 1 such a manlier as to brine: the greatest results CLASSIFIED Tho following advertisements un- ifter the following classifications are IFirranged in ALPHABETICAL order Cor quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memorlaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goodi. I 5—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7—Personals. S—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies arid 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. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 18D—Welding and Brazing. 19—Building- and Contracting. 20—Cleaning, Dyeing. Renovating, •21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating, Plumbing, RoofinC- •23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering. 25—Moving, Trucking, Storage. 20—Painting. Papering. Decorating. 27—Printing:. Engraving. .Binding. 28—Professional Service. SJ—Repairing and Refinlslilnif. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing 29B—Shoo 'Repairing. 20O-—Hn,m<=»«" antr^iaewthcr "liooas. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. SI—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT 32—Help Wanted—Female. 33—Help Wanted—Male. 34—Help—Male and Female. 35—Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents. 36—Situations Wanted—FcmaU. 87—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL 3S—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments, Stocks. Bond*. 39 A—Investments. 40—Money to Loan, Mortgages. '41—Wanted—To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 43—Local Instruction Classes, 44—Musical. Dancing. Dramatics. 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LIVESTOCK —Dogs, Cats. Other Pets. —I-lorHCs. Cattle. Other Stock. 40—Poultry aid Supplies. KQ—-Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 61—Articles for Sale. 61A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Beats and Accessories. 63—Building Materials. 54—Business and OiHco EqulMnent. 55—parm and Dairy Products. 56—Feed and Fertilizer. EGA—Coal and Wood. b7—Good Things to .Eat. BS—Homemade Things. R9—Household 'Joodj. 60—Jewelry. Watches, Diamond!. Gl—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. 62A—Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds. Plants. Flowers. 64—Specials in tlio Stores. 65—Wearing Apparel. 66—Wanted—To Buy. ROOMS AND BOARD 67—Rooms with Board. 6S—Rooms without Board. 69—Room.-* for Housekeeping 1 . 70—Vacation Places. 7!—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 K—Brokers Real Estate. 82—Business Property for Sale. S3—Farms and Lands for Sale. S-t—Houses for Sale. S4A—Garages for Sale. 85—Lots for Sale. S6—Shore. Mountain. Lake for Sale S7—Suburban—For Sale. 88—To Exchange—Real Estate. 89—Wanted—Real Estate. " AUCTIONS—LEGAL 90—Auction Sales. Announcements Personals BICYCLES FOR HIRE Ladles' and Men's." DELPFIEVS. Si R Franklin St. Phone. .S THERWS MO WASTTC when you out for results armed with classified ads. Every one of these «.ds hits the ma.rk, for they are 10 that all Interested read- «ra seek them out each d«.y. Automotive Automobile* for Salt 11 1933 PLYMOUTH Standard 6 Coach, g-ood condition. Priced right. Phone 2333R. 863 Dewey Ave. 1934 CHRYSLER 6 wheel sedan, running condition, paint, rubber good. $195. John Kish, Cascade, Md '31 FORD short wheel base cab & chassis; also 1 boostei brake, complete. 108 E. Franklin. Ph. 2S63J. FOR SALE—1937 DeLuxe Four Door Plymouth Sedan. Good as new. Edw. M. Schindel. 50W2. JUDGE FOR STOURSELF The Amazing Values we are now offering- for sale during our Final Clean Up Sale. Every car-listed below is a Real Bargain and you can't go wrong. 1937 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1937 FORD Tudor Sedan. Radio. heater. 1936 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1935 CHEVROLET- 4 dr.' Master Sedan; 1934 CHEVROLET Master Coach. 1933 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Dlx. Sedan. 40 other makes and models to select from, $25.00 to $650.00. Highest Trade-In Allowance and Lowest Finance Rates MARYLAND MOTOR CO.. Inc. 56-62 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 "Your Chrysler anc". Plymouth Distributor" REAL BUYS IN USED"TRUCKS Model C30 INTERNATIONAL 1% ton, cab, chassis and body. Model A5 INTERNATIONAL 3 ton, cab, chassis and van body. Open Evenings Until 10 O'Clock YINGLING AUTO SALES & SERVICE "YOUR CMC TRUCK DEALER" 237 Frederick St. Phone 2674 DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF OUR 1940 PONTIAC AUTOMOBILES. WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SECURE FOR YOUR SELECTION THE FOLLOWING CARS WITH LOTS OF UNUSED MILEAGE. AT LOW PRICES. 1938 FORD "85" 2 dr. DeL. Sedan. 1937 PONTIAC "S" 4 dr. Tre. Sedan. 1!I37 PONTIAC "6" 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1937 FORD "7S" 4 dr. DeL. Sedan. 1936 PONTIAC "6" 2 dr. Tre. Sedan. 1036* PONTIAC "6" 2 dr. Sedan. 19Sr, OLDSMOB.T.LE "S" Trg. Coupe. 1935 FORD 2 dr. Sedan. 193-1 PONTIAC "S" Sedan. And Several Other Cars. Some Priced as Low as $50 Generous Trades—Liberal Terms Open Evening's Until 10 O'Clock YINGLING AUTO SALES & SERVICE "YOUR PONTIAC DEALER" 237 Frederick St. Phone 2674 CLEAN OUT SALE Wo must clean out our present stock of Used Cars to make room Cor trade ins on the NEW 1940 BU'ICKS- NOW ON DISPLAY PRICES LOWEST NOW T.7-41 BUICK Touring Sedan. '37 CHEVROLET Town Sedan. '37 PONTIAC 6 Coupe. T.G DODGE Touring Coach. '36 OLDS 6 Touring Sedan. '36 PONT.1AC Touring Coach. '35 41 BTjrCK Trg. Sedan. . •35 CHEVROLET Standard Coach. '34 PONTIAC DeLuxe Sedan. •33 BUICK Viet. Coupe. '33 BUICK DeLuxe Sedan. EXTRA SPECIALS '32 BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan. '31. FRANKLIN 4 Dr. Sedan. •30 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Sedan. '2S PAIGE 4 Dr. Sedan. Those cars are all "BUICK CONDITIONED" and Real Bargains at tho price asked. Sec Thorn and Solect Yours Today USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 The Thumma Motor Co. Buick Dealer Open Evenings Until 10 O'Clock r>70 SAFETY FIRST BUY.' A CERTIFIED CAR B Days Driving Trial 30 Davs Guarantee-. p-LiEiGfl MOTOR CO. Oak Hill Ave. Phone 2300 T.I 3 6 1!)3ii T.I 3 7 1 937 I!i3f. 193;-, PACKARD Safe, Place To Buy Used Cars PACKARD (S) Tour. Sedan. OlHrial cnr. Sedan . . . ? .", 4 ." Conv. Cpe. G7. r ) Tour. Sdn. -I!'." Sedan ... 425 ........... 47". dr. Sedan 475 .......... 32.' Sedan 3-ir. dr. Sdn 34<5 PA C K A PJ ) ( G ) PACKARD (S) PACKARD (S) STl TDK BAKER .DODGK Sedan CHEVROLET 2 \VTLLYS Sedan PLYMOUTH Tour. TKIIRAPLANIS (2) T.iSO FORD Sedan. Model A ... 9 COSTOX MOTORS 2-1 W. Franklin St. Phone 625 1939 FORD Dlx. Sedan (Gray), with radio. 1937 FOltD Dlx. Coach (Tan). (Ma- 1937 FORD Sedan (Black). 193C, FORD Coach (Black). 1H36 PLYMOUTH Sedan (Tan). 193T. FORD Dlx. Coach (Black). 1932 FORD Coupe (Blue). 11131 FORD Coupe (Black). 1937 FOUD Pick-up (Green). 1933 CHEVROLET Pick-up- (Blue). 1936 FORD 131" "W. B., Hydraulic Dump. NEWMAN AUTO CO. Phonp 74 Smlthsburg. Md. FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25^o below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S rn Blvd. & Paper Mill Road SAFETY TESTED USED CARS AT BARGAIN PRICES 103S OLPSMOP.IUE "S" -1 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1037 OLDSMOBTLE "G" 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 193fi OLDSM'OP.ILE "G" 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1.033 01/IXSMOBTLE "tV 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1034 OLDSMOR1T.E "G" 2 dr. Sedan. J. S. SNOYVBKRGER & SONS 2V.> E. Washington St. Phone SOI J GOOD APPEARANCE GOOD PERFORMANCE They -look good—and they are good. Come in and see a line of reconditioned OK Guaranteed Used Cars that will make you sorry for tho original owner who took the heavy end of depreciation when they traded them in. Easiest Terms In Town TRY TO DEAT THESE PRICES 1939 CHEVROLET Master DeL. Spt. Sedan. Gray finish, demonstrator, very low mileage, at a sacrifice. * 1030 CHEVROLET Master DeL. Town Sedan. A • beautiful green finish, demonstrator. Can be purchased at a great savings. 193S CHEVROLET Master Town Sedan. Gray finish, upholstery and tires perfect, runs like new. Do not fail to inspect this outstanding bargain. Only §575 1038 CHEVROLET 1 ton Pick-up. Looks and runs like new: good rubber all around, mechanical condition line. Good for many miles of economical transportation. See it today. Only $f>2;l 1037 FORD 2 dr. Sedan. Your inspection of this car will reveal a nice looking, economical car with clean upholstery, sound mechanical parts and excellent tires. A fine value at ... $305 1037 PACKARD 120 Coupe. Excellent gray finish, radio, all good tires. Here is really a nexv car in appearance and condition, low mileage. Compare this price. $C75 103G FORD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, unusually smooth and quiet running $20.". 1036 PONTIAC Town Sedan. In fine condition, has be.sn carefully checked by our service dcpt. This popular ear Is really a bargain, compare this price $3S5 1035 CHEVROLET Pick-up Truck. Good tlr<;s, completely overhauled l.y our mechanics. A real b'.:y at $245 TRUCKS CHEVROLET** £ FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Seloct. From At Prices Accordinglv n OF KM AN" CHEVROLET SALES Inc. TJSEr> r.\R LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 45$ - • for the Bi " Automotive Auto* For Hire . 12 HI-DE-HIDE taxi driver now using 12th car. Nobody ever hurt. PAUL- H. JOHNSON., 15 BICYCLE Parts, tires; repairing; also bicycles for rent; open Sund'ys Twigg Cycle Co., 43 N. Mulberry. MOTORCYCLE—1937 Harley Davidson. Buddy seat. DeLuxe saddlebags, chromium striped. A-l condition. 110 E. Franklin St. Repairing & Service Station* 16 WE Never Close—24 hr. service, towing, repairing & lubricating. Shafer's Garage. 140 E. Frank. 722 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 BONDED Hoover Sales & Service. Phone Leiter Bros. 1670. All work fully guaranteed. Prices reasonable. GLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop. 11 N- Locust:' Ph.. 2693_W Radio Repairing 1I-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 6:00 P. M. TARE ART BROS. 325 W. Washington St. Phone 24S Repairing and Refin'tshing 29 F. J. GACK—Reupholstering & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 3056. 28 E. Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 EARN CASH! 50 Christmas Cards, $1; name inscribed! Amazing value! Other Personals. Deckle Edge, Kra-ftone,' GoMtone. Silver- tone.'• Assortments. Experience unnecessary. Free samples. Noel Studios, 9 E. 26th, Dcpt. 6621, New York. GIRL — Experienced in laundry work. Phone 1S75M, Saturday, between 3:00 P. M. and 6:00 P. M. GIRL—Help care for sma.ll child 5 days a week. Stay nights. "Write Box 65, care Herald-Mail. TWO white girls for gen. housework by two friends living nearby. Each have 6 rm. house; one child; pay $25.00 a. mo. Elec. washing machines, private upstairs rms. R'ef. required. Write full details. Mrs. .J. E. Haltigan, 4540 Window PL, N. W., Washington, D. C. WOMAN ,to help with general housework. Good home and good pay. Mrs. Young. 2005 Virginia Av. WOMAN—M.icldle-aged. for permanent general housework. Sleep in. Apply 4SS N. Potomac St. WANTED—Refined white girl for general housework. Between twenty and thirty. Pour adults in family. Salary twenty-five month, room and board. Address Mrs. F. B. Bloom. 436 Randolph Street, N. W,, Washington. D. C. WANTED—Housekeeper to manage home without children in Waynesboro. Pa. Address Chas. Everts, 30 E. Second St.. Wa.vnpsborn. Pa. Help Wanted—Male 33 CIGAR ROUTE DISTRIBUTOR— Small capital required. 'Wonderful deal, write Schuler. 7."i,S Schuylkill Avenue. Reading-, Penna. REAL ESTATE SALESMAN — A rea.1 opportunity for right mnn to have permanent position. Write Box 72. care Herald-Mail. Help—Male and Female 34 MEN' & WOMEN— MAKE EXTRA Sail. ChriKLjn.as Cards, mailed by Snn In. Claus. Sensational selling fen ture! Largo select ion DeLuxe .Personal Christmas Cards with name. Also r.O for $1.00 name imprinted; ami 11. exclusive fast- selling Box Assortments. Up to lOfl'/r profit. Write for samples. .lanes Art Studios, 133 Anson Place. Rochester. N . Y. Situations Wanted—Female 30 COOK DES1RICS WORK—Can icivc reference. Write Box 70, care Herald-Mail. MEXNONiTE GIRL wants general ..housework. Phone -I023F21. Situations V- anted—Male 17 EXPERIENCED Farmer £ Poultry man wants farming on shares. Write Box ,fi7. care Hera.ld-Mail. Financial- Business Opportunity 38 BREAD and Grocery Route—Established 7 years. Truck included. Bargain. Address Box 7], Herald. GROCERY STORE in good location; will sell reasonable. Write Box 69. care TTor.-ild-Mail. Money to Loan—Mortgages "40 A SAFE & satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $2f>0,000 available, low rates, long terms. L. S. Spanglcr Agcy.. 2nd Ft. 2nd.N T atl. Bank Bldg. BUY. BUILD or Refinance your home with a long term Federal direct reduction mortgage loan. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. 33 N. Jonathan St. Telt 1001 MONEY to loan on first mortgage. 5%. Gco. D. Hicks. Hagrerstown Trust Bldg. Phone 3018. MONEY TO LOAN—On eood flret mortgages, 5%. H. P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGED N. B. ROWE. 26 N. Potomac St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-5-6 Second N'atl, Bank Bldg. 5% MONEY for first mortgages. H. T. Brewer. T. C. Lindsey. 214-15 2nd Nat! Rank Bldg Ph 2481. Instruction Musical, Dancing, Dramatics 44 DANCING LESSONS—All types, private or class. Si.rasser's Dancing School. 54 W. Wash. Ph. 1657.1. Livestock Dogs, Cats. Other Pets 47 FOR SALE—Persian kltu:ns; 2S9 Frederick street, citv. Horses, Cattle. Other Stock 48 WATCH for next shipim:nl of stockers vt feeders ; also steers bought on order. Sam Pashcn, Funkstown- Cregh Rd. Poultry and Supplies CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd. E. Phone 9C2J. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store . Phone SOS. PULLKTS tor sale. White. Rock. Barred Rock & New Hampshire Reds. Martin's Hatch. Ph. 40S7K13 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 KLECTU1O MOTO11S—Used & new. in all sixes; also controls, parts, drives, repairing .t rewinding. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Md. Ave. Phone 146. ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts—New & used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or tyre. Greenwalt Electric Co Phone 397. FRESH —Emptied whiskey barrels £ kegs, direct from distillery Moseg Rerk5or>. '•!" N Jonathan Fiv 21S i'TPK—Fittir.gs mO.er. vadiarr.r>- tank*. iMhfs, drill pr<\->«-y, dei-k;-, chairs, files, *>tc. HAGERSTOWX A GHOST WRITER WORKS ONLY WHEN THE SPIRIT MOVES. r You don't need a 'ghost writeV' to write your Want Ads. We'll help you write them. Our years of experience will help you to make them effective. Drop in any time and we'll fix one up. Merchandise Articles for Sal* 51 PORTABLE typewriter: very reasonable. Write Box 59 Herald-Mail. SPECIAL—For limited time only. BRILLIANT RED BARN & ROOF PAINT, at $1-32 in 5's. HOWARD'S, 5 E. Balto. St. Phone S06. USED PLUMBING & -Heating Fixtures—Sinks, Lavatories & Tubs, Arcola Heaters, Heating Boilers & Radiation. Guaranteed condition. Bargain prices. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp. 304 W. Churr-.h St. Phone 103!) */•> TON panel body truck, like new: Coleman 3 burner portable gasoline cook stove; Gould hand, force pump. J. C. Gassman, Smithsburg, Md.. S7FH. ± Coal and Wood 51-A BIG VEIN 00% lump, loads $4.40 per ton; single ton $4.85. Penna. all lump, $5.00 tier ton. Best-price on hard coal. Phone 1120. C. C. Burgess, 217 S. Potomac St. LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL Buckwheat. $5.25: Pea. $7.00: Nut. S.OO: Stove, §7.75: Egg. $7.25; (Hard coal. 25c per ton discount in truck loads, cash on delivery only.) POCAHONTAS "OIL TREATED" Pea. $6.00: Nut, $6.25: Stove, $7.25. BITUMINOUS Penn. Lump. . $6.75: Mine Run. 55.00: Truck Loads, $4.50. Prices subject to change without notice. PEOPLES COAL CO. 10 McComas St. Phone 2038 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 .900-901 Good ThJnflsi.To Eat 57 APPLIES—Remember.- -you can gret a bu. of grood apples at Martin's Storage it Packing House for 50c. Phono" -103SF12. Open evenings. Household Goods If GOOD KITCHEN RANGE for coal or wood. Apply S5G View St. ONE (1) Loth Electric Rana-c, all povcelain—ready to use. A real bargain at ?9.:.0. BOHMAN- WARNE. Inc., 35 AV. Franklin St. QUALITY GAS RANGE—Excellent condition, cheap. Also glass door cupboard. Apply 34S West Side. RANGE—Garnet \Vlncroft No. S-20. with reservoir. A-l condition. Price 525. Forsyth Storage. Mill St. USED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living room suites, dining room suites, bedroom suites, stoves, heaters, washers, radios, etc. Before buying see what wo have to offer. Terms if desired. MEYERS & BERKSON. Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Office WASHING machines repaired, parts it wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. Seeds, Plants, Flowers •3 FOR SALE—Large box bush. Write Rox G3 llorald-Mail. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable. 22 S. Potomac St. COMFORTABLE well furnished front room. Apply G6, r > Oak Hill. DEWEY AVE.-S43 — Large front room next '.o bath. Pleasant surroundings. Residential section. LARGE furnished front room for 1 or 2 gentlemen. Close in. Call 370-R. POTOMAC ST.-N.-42S—Front bedroom, second floor. Near hath. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 ANT1KTAM ST.-E.-22S—2 furnished roonis with porch for light house- kccplng. FUllNlSHKD Rooms for housekeeping or sleeping. Kvi-ry convenience. Summers lildg. .".('> N. Walnut GU1LFORD AVK.-."?.:»—2 largo furn- 'slied rooms and large porch. Rent reas. Gas. light, heat. POTOMAC ST.-S.-21'. — Furnished bedroom* & kitchenette, front, for light housekeeping; adults. VIRGINIA AYK.-SUS—Nicely furnished bed room with kitchenette: Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 APARTMKNT for r€-nt. .'. rooms, bath and garage: beautiful location across from City Park. 422 Ya. Ave. Apply there. Also office and suite with or without air conditioning. Newest, best bldg. in the city Call Uoom :Hh>. Phone 13:>. Pr.'.tVssioTial Arts Bldg. Kaniac- ciotti. APARTMENTS—Steam heat. 2, 3 and 4 rooms; S;l.r)u per w.-ek up. Apply 110 N. Potomac St. Ph. 612^ ARLINGTON—4 and ."> large rooms, hardwood, new Uatlis. redecorated; adults. Apply 112 V.r->nd\vay. \PTS—22 N. Potomac, 21 W. Wash.. 15 W. Ant.. 24 and 240 E. Wash. (JROH REALTY Co.. n Summit Av APARTMENT— 112 E. Wash. St. 5 rooms & bath, 2nd floor, modern In every respect. S3.x Phone 545. APT.'. — 42 i'ast Ave.. newly refln- ished .", rooms. Frigidaire. garage. 64 5 j. W. Franklin St.. modern. 5 rooir.s & bath. Phone 262W Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FAIRGROUND AVE.-3 7—Furnished apartments; use of phone and grarag-e. FURNISHED bed room, kitchenette and bath, private entrance. 202 South Prospect St. FOR RENT—4 room apartment, centrally located. Call 2536-M. HAMILTON BLVD.-920—5 rooms, garage. Janitor service. Call 1099R or 308. HAMILTON BLVD.-1131—5 rooms & bath: modern. Apply 51 "W. Franklin St. MODERN 4 room apartment, 2nd floor. 456 Summit Ave.. automatic heat. Poss. Oct. 15. Apply same. MOLLER APARTMENTS — Front apartment for rent. Phone 1240R. POTOMAC AVE.-S25—4 rooms and private bath 2nd floor: possession at once. Phone 1S37-W. C. N. Dennis. MULBERRY ST.-S.-14 — 4 room, bath. 2nd floor, hardwood floors, automatic heat, very modern. POTOMAC ST.-S.-655—•! room, tile bath, hardwood floors, front <& hack porches, hot water year round: heated garage: janitor. Also 3 rooms furnished, with same conveniences. POTOMAC AVE.—3 rooms & bath, all newly papered. Phone 1059M or 5SO. PROSPECT ST.-S.-43—Furnished 3 and 4 rooms, private bath.- Call Mrs. H. L. Knelslcy. Phone 1524. ' RANDOLPH AVE.-I54 — 3 large rooms, private bath, heat, hot •water. $20 month. SMALL Furnished Apartments, also ....bedrooms. Under new management. 50 E. "Washington St. SUMMIT AVE.-44S—Modern .'5 rooms and bath; shower; automatic heat. Conveniences: porches. SUMMIT AVE.-60D—5 room furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. E, K. Eyerly. Phone 370M. VIRGINIA AVE.-1910—3 furnished or unfurnished rooms, convs., gas range, garage; no children. WASHINGTON ST.-W.-43G—5 rooms, bath, steam heat, modern throughout. Phone 097.1. Business Places for Rent 75 COAL YARD—With 10-ton wagon scale on W. Md. Ry. siding-. Call 1GG1. FOR RENT—48,730 pq. ft., daylight hldg.. Re sq. ft. Will divide. Abundant free -water, chea,p power, high pressure steam, sprinkler, "West Warren. Mass. 7-[arris it Harris, 3S Park Row, New York. Factories in every state. LARGE STORE ROOM for rent. 200 E. Franklin St. W. C. Clark. Phone 28.13. LARGE building or space suitable for warehousing, storage, manufacturing, business, auto show room or truck terminal. Apply Elmer K. Everly. IS W, Washington St. Farms and Lands for Rent 76 FARM FOR RENT on shares. 180 acres; ship cream, handle stove & cord wood. Apply at once to L. F. Arvin, Rt. 1. Knoxville. Md., (Allen farm, near Pctersvillo). 11!' ACRE FARM—On shares. Possession by Nov. ]. 33D Jefferson ^S_f.. Ha grej-stnwn. ."Vfd. Houses for Rent 77 BRYAN PLACE-309—7 room house, all conveniences; newly papered. Possession at once. CORNER LOCUST .t LEE STS.—S room house, 'modern conveniences., Phone 1272. DEWEY AVE.-S39—Modern 6 room house: all conveniences; hardwood floors, garage. Apply No. 837. EAST AVE.-143—House for rent. Possession Oct. 15th. Apply 141 •Kast Ave. FOR RENT—G room house, centrally located. Call 2T.2G-M. GOOD HOUSES—1G2 Park Place, Western Pike. North End., etc. GROH REALTY Co.. U Summit Av HoKSK & STORK RtO.M—11 W. side Ave. Possession at once. Ap- lJly_270_S._J?otomac. Phone 44:>.l. HAMILTON B'LYD.-TS.-/— G" room brick, conveniences; hardwood, vapor heat: gar.: Al cond. Ap. 7S7. HAMILTON BLVD.-130.". — .1 room modern house, hot water heat, ga- i-age Apply No._IP.ft3 or Ph. 14-11.1. MrLBK.RRY ST.-N.-2HO—Modern 7 room house; all conveniences. Garage: Nov. 1st. Phone 403:"iF-(. OAK IIILI>—Nice 6 or S room modern home, hardwood floors, fireplace, screens, awnings, porches, hot water heat, garage. Immediate possession. Telephone IOC. SUMMIT AVK.-323—7 room brick house, vapor heat, garage. Possession at once. Phone 1407R. WINTER ST.-G2—(5 room house, all conveniences, garage. Immediate possession. Phone 149711. \V A .SHI NG"TON~S1VK. - 20':> — C room s and bath. Conveniences. Applv 213. \VKST SIDE AYK.-r,4S—C rooms and all conveniences. Possession Nov. 1, Armlv ?..",:% \V. Side. Pb. HiriS-.T. ReoJ Estate._For_SaJ_e Business Property For Sale 82 P AR room !• and Ar>I>!v 25 ha. .\"<>ri i> ALL MODERN —.^ rooms, bath, ele^- refri*< FOR SALE—The Sharpsburg Garage. Immediate possession, fine business location. Inquire Nellie V. Michaels. Shenandoah Junction, ,_W V.x ___ __ _ _ __ ! Farms and Land For Sale 83 Couitiry PKc.-s Close To Town ~i A. 4 room brick STO>'» " A. iTi-.u.v & P.'.dgs S27.V' 2i'» A. -Vice, place, R;. 40 We«t S2000 Ot !>..-•:• small places and farms up 30 Q ACT Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For Sale 83 FARM—272 acres with a 0 room dwelling, barn, out bUlgs. ;• also a large, 10 room mansion house In good condition, with plenty of shad,e and shrubbery. The mansion is isolated. Other information, call 20SOJ. John L. Swain Agency. 20 Summit Ave. o A.—6 room frame dwelling, electric, poultry house, garage, plentv fruit. Only $1,650.00. Phone 1451.1. AV. N. Bond, 227 Summit Ave. 19 ACRES, good stone house, elec., $2,000.00. 3S acres, house, bank barn, elec., 52,600.00. D. M. Ridenour, Smithsburg, Md. 44 ACRES—Well improved limestone farm at the western edge of town. Large brick house, bank barn, slaughter house, other out buildings, artesian well, 12 acres in orchard. .Court Realty Co.. 214 _Se_c^._Natl. Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1. Houses For Sale 84 DOUBLE BRICK INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IRVIN AVE.-E.—New and modern in every detail. Annual income $1,230.00. Inspection by appointment. HAMILTON BLVD.—Well located, good construction, modern, fine tenants and safe investment for most discriminating investor, annual income |1,OSO.OO. LOCUST ST.-S.—Dandy property with good tenants, annual income $522.00. Reasonably priced at $4.000.00. POTOMAC ST.-S.—Excellent investment, always rented, W£ll located, annual income $705.00. For quick sale, $5.750.00. For information or appointment, call Thurman C. Lindsey at Court Realty Co., 214 Second National Bank Bldg. Phone 2481. DOUBLE brick house housing: 5 apartments in good condition, two garages, 55500. Seven room frame dwelling. North Mulberry Street, hot wafer heat, reasonably priced at 53000. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 2nd National Bank Bldg. FOUNTAIN HEAD—7 room modern brick home with 2 tile baths, recreation r IP. insulated with r| tached gl lot 100x2( ice to suit. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phone 24S1. I double at- located on GOOD double brick house, good location. Price $4,500. Potomac Realty Co., 106 Grice Bldg. Ph. 293. BUY REAL ESTATE NOW—While it is low. We have good buys in all sections of the city & suburbs. Also good farms. Strole Realty Co.. Arcade Bldg. BEAUTIFUL Home in perfect condition. 8 rooms, oak floors, oil • heat, lovely lawn, 2 car garage, an outstanding value. DOUBLE — Attractive investment, good street and location, a.nnual rental $350; price 52600. Farm 160 acres, large stone house, barn, good road, $50 acre. N. B. R.owe, 26 N. Potomac St. CONCORD ST.—Double brick, 6 rooms to a side. All conveniences. Phone 2S6W2. GOOD HOMES REASONABLY PRICED HAMILTON BLVD.—6 rm. modern brick, semi-bungalow. Because of death owner must sell. Priced at 56.300.00. VIRGINIA AVE.—7 rm. brick, hardwood floors, sun room, breakfast room, H. W. heat, double brick garage. This home on beautiful corner lot and priced at only $6,000.00. IRVIN AVE.-E.—6 rm. brick house in excellent condition with every modern feature including Curtiss kitchen,,tile bath with lavatory on first floor, insulation, weatherstrip- ped, Venetian blinds, vapor heat, with oil 'burner. For appointment call Thurman C. Lindsey at Court Realty Co., 214 Second Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1. HAMILTON BLVD..—Single brick, corner prop., priced for quick sale. John E. Taylor Agcy. Ph. S3S. NORTH END—New modern 6- room Colonial home, bath, furnace, breakfast nook, oak floors, ?45 per mo. pays everything. YOUR RENT WILL "BUY THIS HOME. GROH REALTY Co.. 13 SummitAv PLAN NOW to visit 'lf.2 N. Potomac St.. which will bo OPEN FOR INSPECTION Tuesday evening. Oct. 3rd. 7 P. M. to 10 p. M.: Wednesday evening. Oct. 4th, 7 P. M. to 10 P. M. SOUTH END—G room home and two lots on good street. $25 per mo. YOUR RENT WILL BUY THIS HOME. GROH REALTY Co.. 13 SummitAv 10 ACRES with modern 10 room brick and stucco residence. 2 baths, hot water heat, five car garage. 6 miles from Hagerstown. Only 57.250. Will exchange on residence in northern section of Hagerstown. G ROOM brick semi-bungalow in Halfway section. Strictly modern and well llnanced. 1 ACRE. G room modern frame residence. 2 car garage, just out of city limits. S-1,700. 7 ROOM FRAME, bath. & heat. Cavetown pike, bevond city limits. *!3 2"0 "'L. "S. SPANGLER AGENCY 2 n d Floor 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. Lots For Sale 81 BUY A HOME SITE—$135 up to $1800 on convenient terms, all sec- Tiony. C. J. Spalding Co. Ph. Wanted—Real Estate 89 FARM WANTED—Have prospects for farms from 25 to 100 acres. C. E. Winger, 226 Hager St. Phone ' Auctions—Lego Is Legal Notices 91 ORDER NISI- J. Cleveland Grice. Assignee, versus William H. Morrow, Reika L. Morrow, M. William Hess, Marian II ess. No. 14.0G7. In the. Circuit Court for VTashing- ton County sitting' as a Court of Equity. Ordered, By the Clerk of the Cir- ctiot Court, "this 21tth day of Sop- tenU>er. li'ul*, that the sales made and reported by J. Cleveland Grice. Assigiu-e for the sale of the real estate in the proceedings of this cause mentioned, be ratified, and confirmed, unless cause to the. contrary be shown to the Court on or before the 23rd day of October next: Provided, a copy of this ord*>r be inserted in some newspaper published In Washington County, at i«Mst on<-e a we-^k for three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report, states- the amount of sal"s t.« be $1.000.00. True Copy—Test: KDWAPvD OSWALD. Clerk. ORDF.R NISI— In the matter of the estate of Barbara E. VIckers. deceased, In the Orphans' Court of Washington County. Ordered, Ry the Orphans* Court of Washington County, this loth day of September I'.C'J. that the sale of n-al estate made by E. Earl Vickers, Kxecutor of Barbara E. Viekers, d.-ecased, 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 9th day of October next: Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County .at least once a week for three successive weeks before the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sales to be S7.100.00. LLOYD K. HOFFMAN, D. JOSEPH WITMKR. Judges of the Orphans' Cor.rt. True '"opy — Test: H A R R Y NE\Vrr>M F. R. A SKI» <:AK •» rni-.v; easily <*h</» en nfte.r ••ornpartnR all those offered tn the Classified Section "Autos for PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state that you saw the advertisement in the Herald-Mail. This will immediately identify you as a progressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, and insure you the very best service. Classified Display Public Sale FUEL! —OF— DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PROPERTIES AND VACANT LOTS IN HAGERSTOWN, MD. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Washington County, passed in No. 14103 Equity on September 22, 1939, the undersigned Trustees will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1939. between the hours of one and three p. m., the following described real estate situate in the City of Hagerstown, in Washington County, Maryland: PARCEL NO. 1. A lot of ground situate at the northeast corner of Broadway and North Potomac Street fronting 76 fee.t, more or less, on the East side of North Potomac Street and extending back there- from along the north marginal line of Broadway with uniform width in an easterly direction a distance of 140 feet, more or less, to the property of C. Harry Keller, being the same property conveyed to E. A. Wareham from Maria Edwards, Ex.. et al., by deed dated January 17, 1905, and recorded in Liber 120, folio 730, of the Washington County Land Records. This property is improved by a three story frame dwelling house known as No. 456 North Potomac Street containing twelve rooms and a bath. A desirable location for an apartment house. PARCEL NO. 2. A lot of ground on the North side of Wilson Boulevard fronting thereon 36.5 feet and extending back therefrom a distance of 100 feet, bounded on the "west by a public alley, improved by a double frame dwelling house known as Nos. 112-114 Wilson Boulevard, East, each side having six rooms. PARCEL NO- 3. A lot of ground on the North side of Wilson Boulevard fronting thereon 38.5 feet and extending back therefrom a distance of 100 feet, being adjoined on the west by Parcel No. 2, improved by a double frame dwelling house known as Nos. 116-11S Wilson Boulevard, East, each side having six rooms. Parcels Nos. 2 and 3 being the west half of Lots 21, 22, 23 and 24 of Section 16 of Hagerstown Manufacturing, Mining and Land Improvement Company's No. 1 Addition to Hagerstown. PARCEL NO. 4. A lot of ground situate on the South side of George "Street fronting thereon a distance of 30 feet and running back there- from with uniform width a distance of 104 feet to an alley, being the same property conveyed to E. A. Wareham from David M. Duty and wife by deed dated July 13. 1892, and recorded in Liber 99. Folio 118. of said Land Records. This property is improved by a double frame dwelling house known as Nos. 607-609 George Street having five rooms on each side. PARCEL NO. 5. Two unimproved lots of ground situate on the East side of North Prospect Street known as Lots ^"cc. 71 and 72 on the Plat of Samuel H. Long and E. A. Wareham's Land recorded in Plat Record folio 27. one of the records in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Washington County, each of said lots fronting 40 feet on said North Prospect Street and extending back therefrom in an easterly direction a distance of 150 feet to a 12-foot alley. PARCEL NO. 6. A lot of ground situate on the West side of North Prospect Street fronting thereon a distance of '(0 feet and extending back therefrom In a westerly direction 140 feet, more or less, to a 10-foot alley, being Lot No. 15 as designated on the said Plat of Samuel H. Long a.nd E. A. Wareham's Land. This property is improved by a double brick dwelling house with a. slate roof known as Nos. 601-603 North Prospect Street, having six rooms and a bath on each side with good hot air furnaces. This property is now rented as four apartments. PARCEL NO. 7. A lot of ground on the West side of North Prospect Street fronting thereon a distance of -10 feet and extending back therefrom in a westerly direction 140 feet, more or less, to a 10-foot alley, being Lot .Vo. 19 as designated on the said Plat of Samuel II. Long and E. A. Wareham's Land. This property is improved by a double brick dwelling house with .slate roof known as Nos. C17-619 North Prospect Street having six rooms and a bath on each side with good hot air furnaces. This property is now rented as two apartments on one side and as a residence on the other side. PARCEL NO. S. A lot of ground on the West side of North Prospect Strooi fronting thereon a distance of 40 feet and extending buck there- from in a westerly direction 140 feet, more or less, to a. 10-foot alley, being Lot No. 14 as designated on tho said Plat of Samuel H. Long and K. A. Ware-ham's Land. This property is improved by a double, brick dwelling house with slate roof known as Nos. 597-599 North Prospect Street having six rooms and a bath on each side with good hot air furnaces. This property is now rented as four apartments. PARCEL NO. 6. A lot of ground on the Kust side of North Prospect Street fronting thereon :i distance of 40 ff^-t and extending back there- from in an easterly direction l.'id feet tr. .a 1^-foot alley. Itoing L^t N-\ i'i4 as iL.'signatod on the said Plat of Samuel II. Long and K. A. Wareham's Larnl. This propriety is irr.- ]>rov,-d by a double brick dwelling house with slate roof known as Nos. 4."2-'!.'-I North Prospect Street, having six rooms and a bath on each side with gooa hot air I'urnnces. This property is now rented as two apartments on cue side and as a residence on the other side. Rental possession of t!i>^ improved properties above rtesoribeci will !),•• givoii upon ra.t.ifii :ii u-n of Mi 1 '' sal« i and couniliar.ee with the t-'-nns thereof. TERMS OF SALE:—One-half of the purchase money to V>e paid cash on the day of sale, or the ratiticatlor. thereof by the Court and the. balance of the purchase inor.ey In one y^ar from the day of sale, said de- t>rr^d payment to bear interest frr/in the date of sale and to be secured by the note or bond of th* purchaser or purchasers with surety ->r sureties to be approved by the said Trustees, or all cash at the opt'11:1 of the purchaser or purchasers, the purchaser or purchaser? t-> be r*»- ijuired to make a deposit of ten per cent of the purchase price on T'.IO day of sale MILDRED W. COOHrtAN. KDWAHD A. WARKi-TAM. JII CONSUELO W. POWELL. Trustees. Robert H. McCaxiley, Attorney. Fred M; White, INTKRESTIXG merchandise at prices o.Tered Interest- ^losstfied Display Public Sale PUBLIC SALE IiEA - L ESTATE By virtue of a power of sale con- in ^Li n a raortgage elated March , 1328, and recorded among- the .Land .Records of Washington County m Liber No. 173, folio 546, default having- occurred therein and the same having- been duly assigned to me for the purpose of foreclosure a.nd collection, I, Joseph D. Mish. Assignee as aforesaid, will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1939 between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock P. M.. all that farm situated about 1 mile north of Weverton. In Washington County, Maryland, containing- 232% acres and 9 perches of land, more or less, and known as the William F. Stonebraker Home Farm and ad joining' the lands of Charles Virts and others, and being: the same property conveved to Elizabeth S. Hedges and John Sprig?: Hedges, her husband, by Nettie G. Stonebraker, Trustee, by deed dated March 15, 1928, and recorded in Liber 17.9, folio 546 of the aforesaid Land Records. This property is improved by a 2-story frame dwelling with slate roof containing 12 rooms, cellar and attic, a 2-story frame tenant house containing S -rooms, a large bank barn, wagon shed and corn crib, hog pen, and other outbuildings. There is an excellent sprinr of water near the main dwelling and the farm is well watered for live stock purposes. TERMS OP SALE: A deposit of S200.00 on the day of sale, one-half of the purchase price upon ratification of the sale by the Court, and the balance in one year with interest, the deferred payment to be secured satisfactory to the undersigned or all cash at the option of the purchaser. JOSEPH D. MISH, Assignee for foreclosure and collection. Levin Stonebraker, Solicitor. Fred M. White, Auctioneer. VALUABLE BUILDING LOT IN NORTH END AND DWELLING . ON CHESTNUT STREET. The undersigned will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown. Maryland, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1339, between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 o'clock p. m.: | 1. All that lot of ground situate on the Southeast corner formed by the intersection of Irvin Avenue and Woodland "Way, fronting on Irvin Avenue more than 100 feet and having a depth of Z^r, feet: being known as Lot No. 36, Section "A" of Northern Heights. 2. Lots Nos. 31 and 32. Section 12 of Hagerstown Manufacturing, Mining" and Land Improvement Company's No. 2 Addition to, Hage'rs- town, fronting 50 feet on 'this East side of Chestnut Street and. .-extending back therefrom a distance <of 150 feet; known as No. 714 Chestnut Street. The land 5s improved by a. six-room, frame dwelling, elecvic- ity, bath, pipeless furnace ,and single frame garage. TERMS OF SALE: -One-fourth cash on the day of sale and the balance .in thirty davs. LEO H. MILLER, Attorney. Joseph Snyder, Auctioneer. JALE Will sell in front Court House TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, ' At 11 A. M. 15 shares Potoma.c Edison 1% preferred stock. 50 shares Hagerstown Trust Co. stock, 2 shares Hagerstown Fair Stock. TERMS—Cash. F.-M. WHITE. Auct. OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE KNOWN AS NO. 929 SPRUCE ST.. HAGERSTOWN. MD. By virtue of a power of sale contained in a mortgage dated December 5. 1334. and recorded in Liber 199. folio 21. default having occurred therein, and the same having been assigned unto me for the purpose of foreclosure and collection, I. Joseph D. Mish. Assignee- as aforesaid, will offer at public sale in front of the Court House in Hagerstown, Maryland, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3RD. 1933 between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock P. M., all that lot of ground situate in Hagerstown. Washington County. Maryland, fronting 25 feet, more or less, on the West side of Spruce Street and extending back with same width a distance of 170 feet, more or less, to an alley, being Lot No. 14. Section B on Plat of Hagerstown Manufacturing, Mining- and Land Improvement Co.'s No. 2 Addition. recorded in Plat Book Folio 19. and bei/'.g the same property conveyed unto Robert C. Reno and Ethel M. Reno, his wife, by Charles ii. Decker atiu ~ife. by deed chited January_ 23. 192S. and recorded in Liber 179. folio 251, This property is improved by a IVi story frame bungalow containing 6 rooms and bath and is equipped with modern conveniences. There is a 1 car garage on the property. TERMS OF SALE: Cash upon the ratification of sale by the Court: taxes to be adjusted to the date of sale. Deposit of S300.00 required on day of sale, balance to bear interest from day of sale. JOSEPH D. MISH. Assignee. Jos. C. Snyder, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SAL OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 12S .S. POTOMAC STREET I will offer in front of the Court House. Hagerstown. Maryland, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3 between l:uO and 2:00 P. M.. the following described property: Two und one-half story brick residence containing three apart- snents. on the oast side of South Potomac Street, known as No. 12S S. Pototr.ac St.. facing 41 feet, more or less, on South Potomac Street, and running back 240 feet. more or less. 10 an alley; also four brick garages. For other ' information consult liber 141. foli.i :,5S. Rental possession Nov. 1. U'3:"'. Terms of sale: V. of purchase money may remain in property as- first irtortg'age at 5% interest.—balance, cash on or before Octffber 20. l?r,:>. upon delivery of a finw>d, clear and smTicient deed. Fiffe per cent of. purchase price to b.e paid as deposit on- ^ay of sale. (Signed> ElbSrE M. ALBERT. Fred M. White. Auctioneer. Merchandise to O. what you find in the classl- Reconditioned Stoves & Ranges 1 All Porcelain Cast Iron Coal Range, with reservoir. 2—2 Room Circulating Heaters. 2—- r » Room Circulating- Heaters. 3 Westinshouse Elec. Ranges. Terms as Low as $5.00 Down and $1.10 per week Open Evenlngrs by Appointment Shockey Furniture Co. ;S-J<* Summit Av*. Phone LI 'ifc • ' ..•— •!•_ . *-^ .—

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