The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 2, 1939 · Page 11
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1939. ELEVEfft Sell The Furniture You No Longer Need Through One Of These Classified Ads HERALD-MAIL Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 INFORMATION All ads are restricted to their proper classifications and to th 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 tor 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- jtlve insertions: All Classified Advertising 1* CASH-IN-ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES • Cash Kate One time 10 per line Three times 08 per line • Six. times 06 per line Ads ordered for three or six times fend stopped before expiration will be charged for only the number or 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 Department Is situated at the Herald- Mall office. These offices are open to receive advertisements from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear In edition Ba'.ue day and 8 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- Tier as to hrlng_JjTe_yreates_t__results., CLASSIFIED INDEX Tne following advertisements un- ider the following classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order lor auick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memorlaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning- Good*. f>—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7—Personals. 8—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. iO—Lost Strayed and Pound. 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. •IK—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Station* 17—Tires, Parts, Accessories. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE IS—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shopa. •) SC—Radio Repairing. Q|SD— Welding ami Brazing. FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pang-born Blvd. & Paper Mill Road SAFETY TESTED USED CARS AT BARGAIN PRICES 1935 OLDSMOBILE "S" 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1937 OLDSMOBILE "G" 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1936 OLDSMOBILE "G" 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1035 OLDSMOBILE "G" 4 dr. Trg. Sedan, 1934 OLDSMOBILE "G" 2 dr. Sedan. J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS 219 E. Washington St. Phone SOI Financial Business Opportunity 38 BREAD and Grocery Route—Established 7 years. Truck included. Bargain. Address Box 71, Herald. GROCERY STORE in good location; will sell reasonable. Write Box 60, care Herald-Mail. SERVICE STATION—One of the best in town. Priced for quick sale. John K. Taylor ART.V. Ph. s:jS. OUR BUSINES. IS GOOD Our used car sales are increasing enormous'; and there is a reason. The Best Selection of reconditioned cars in town. Featured Cars for This Week 1938 DODGE Dlx. 4 dr. Trg. Sedan, with Radio and Heater. 1935 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Trg. Sedan, with Radio and Heater. 1937 CHRYSLER Royal 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Original Tires. 1936 OLDSM.OBILE 4 dr. Dlx. Sedan. Original Paint and Upholstery. 1937 FORD Dlx. Tudor Sedan. Radio and Heater. 1D3G PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Sedan. Original Black Finish and Upholstery M'anv Other Makes and Models to Select from, $25 to $695.00 Top allowance for your old car in trade. Lowest finance rates MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 50-02 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 'Tour Chrysler and Plymouth Distributor" Money to Loan—Morttage* 40 A SAFE & satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $250,000 available, low rates, long- terms. L. S. Spangler Agcy.. 2nd u'l. 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. MONEY to loan on ttrst mortgage, 5%. Geo. D. Hicks, Hagerstown Trust Bldg. Phone 3018. MONEY TO LOAN—-On good first mortgages. 5%. H. P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES N. B. ROWE. 28 N. Potomac 8L MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-5-6 Second Natl Bank Bldgr. 5% MONEY Cor first mortgages. HT. Brewer. T. C. Lindsey. 214-15 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. Ph. 24S1. 'nstruction Announcements Personals P, 1C VOLES FOR JURE Ladies' and Men's. T> 1C IVf KEY'S, ."I .K. Franklin st -^ 1 ^°jlJt-IL- CtLARlS &~~Svvavi3 •.<• alterations. Lora Fahrncy, representative. »-< Hamilton Blvi 1 Phone 70:^ Lost, Strayed, Found 10 LAD IICS' Klcfiu wrist, watch. Kcv- ward if to Mrs. Nelson L. .Tones, lO.'tS Hamilton Blvd. Phone •MU..T. . —Small pocket book containing $2-1.0(1 r;ish. Howard. Return Mrs. 1<:im.;r Al-lrtdu'o, Md. Motor. I/3ST—Ladies' black pockotbook .Saturday. Aoadi'iuy Theater. Rc, ward, return to Mrs. Howard price, -117 ''Q"k_Sl. , Automotive Automobiles for Sal* 11 MIUI PLYMOUTH Standard 6 Coach, pood condition. Priced rigrht. Phono 23.1.TR. SO3 Doxvey Avc. «MHIYSLKII « wheel sedan, running condition, paint, rubber pood. $1!iri. -lohn Kish. Cascade. M_d REAL BUYS IN USED TRUCKS >roil el r:',ii 1 NT EI IN AT ION A L IVi ton c;il>, chassis nnfl body. Jloilei A.'t JXTJOriXATIOXAL ." tori, rnb chassis :\.nd van body. Open Kvonings Until ]0 O'clock Y1XGL1NG AUTO SALES it SKI iv ICE miC TRUCK HEALER" Icrick St. Phone 2C7-1 " SAFETY F1KST BUi A C12.RT1F1ED.CA11 5 Days Driving Trial 30 bays Guarantee FLK1GH MOTOR CO. fiTO Onlc HJll^Ave. _ H 00 "^ ?^? 0 _ ^m7is"o~T] i K popriLAiUTv OF DIM' run I'oXTIAC AIJTOMO- KILKS '\VK JIAVE I:RI-:N ABUO •re i si-iri'iM-: F«ML YOUU T'lON Till 1 - KOLLOWINr: CAKS •\vrni LOTS OK u.xusKu .MILK- kGK AT L»\V PRICKS. 1V2S>OR1> "S.V - >lr. DoL. Sedan. J>37 PONTfAC "S" -I <lr. 'I rg. Smhin. 3!i'!7 TOXTIA'' "t>" - dr. Trg. Sedan. a'riT FORD "78" \ <lr. 1'eL. Sedan. n !'":(> POXTIAT "<>" - dr. Trg. Sou an. 1'»:u> POXTIAC "tV 2 <lr. Sedan. IV.-, OU>S.MOBILK "S" Trg. Coupe. 3')3R FOUD 2 dr. Sedan. j'KU. PONTTAC "S" Sedan. And Several Other Car::. Some Priced as Low as $..(' Generous Tratlc.s — Liberal Terms O»en KvoninKs Until 10 ''"''lock Y1XGL1NC AUTO SALKS .t SK.KV'ICK "YOUR POXTIAC PRALKR" 2T.7 Frorterirk St. Pluin.' "'">7j)_ *^~ CLEAN OUT SALT: We must clean out our present ptock of Used Cars to make room for trade ins on the NEW HMO RUTCKS NOW ON DISPLAY PRICES LOWEST NOW •37-41 BU1CK Touring Se.lnn. •17 CH1CVROLKT Town Sedan. •37 PONTIAC 6 Coupe. r;?r> DODGB Tourinpr Coacli. 'S6 OLDS C Touring- Sedan. '36 PONTIAC Touring: Coach. r.1. r > 41 BUTCK Trgr. Sedan. 'S5 CHKVROLKT Sta.n«lai<l Coach. '."4 POXTIAC DcT^ixe Sed;ui. •33 BU.ICK Viet. Coupe. '33 BU1CK DeLuxe Sedan. EXTRA SPECIALS ?3£ RT.T1CK 4 l.~>r. .Sedan. •31 FRANKLIN 4 Dr. Solrui. •30 CHRYSLEIl 4 dr. Sc(!:i'.. r£S PAIGE 4 Dr. Sedan. These cars aro all "BUlvliv CONDITIONED" and Real ]>a:^ains at tho price .iskrd. See Them .ami Select You:-; Today USED CAR MAUKKT 224 PYodcrick St. J'h-r.c 2206 Tho Thnmtna Motor Co. Bulck Dealer Open E ven in g-a Until 10 n'Clock GOOD APPEARANCE GOOD PERFORMANCE They look good—and they are _ ood. Come in and see a line of reconditioned OK Guaranteed Used ars that will make you sorry for ;he original owner who took the "ieavy end of depreciation when they traded them in. Easiest Terms in Town TRY TO BEAT THESE PRICES 1939 CHEVROLET Master DeL. Spt. Sedan. Gray finish, demonstrator, very low mileage, at a sacrifice. 939 CHEVROLET Master DeL. Town Sedan. A beautiful green finish, demonstrator. Can be purchased at a great saving's. 93S CHEVROLET Master Town Sedan. Gray finish, upholstery and tires perfect, runs like new. Do not fail to Inspect this outstanding- barg-ain. Onlv $575 933 CHEVROLET 1 ton Pick-up. Looks and runs like new, good rubber all around, mechanical condition fine. Good for many miles of economical transportation. See it today. Only $r,25 1937 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 ... $395 1937 PACKARD ]20 Coupe. Excellent gray finish, radio, all good tires. Hero is really a new car In appearance and condition, low mileagre- Compare this Price 5575 193G FORD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, unusually smooth and quiet runninp: $21)5 1936 PONTIAC Town Sedan. In fine condition, has boon carefully checked by our service dept. This popular car is rcallv a b.arprnin, comr,are this price $355 1035 CHEVnOLKT Pick-up Truck. Good tir<-;s. completely overhauled by our mechanics. A real bv.y at $245 TRUCKS CHEVROLET'S it FORDS Stakes — Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Aecording-ly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES Inc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 458 Look for the BlfT Noon "Uotworn the Railroads" Musical, Dancing, Dramatics 44 DANCING LESSONS—All types, private or class. Strasser's Dancing- School. 54 W. Wash. Ph. 1657J. Livestock OLD COON HOUND Price $10 Phone ">OW3 Hortea, Cattle, Other Stock 48 WATCH for next shipment of stockers & feeders: also steers bougrht on order..Sam Pashen. Funkstown- Beaver 'Creek Rd. Ph. 40.14F22. FARMER MAGICIAN TURNS COWS INTO PASTURE. Quite a magical feat to turn cows into a pasture. But this fanner knows a still better trick. He knows how to turn his cows into cash. He knows Want Ads will sell Live Stock in quick time. In fact, Want Ads can sell anything that is saleable. Rooms and Board Poultry and Suppilta 41 CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd., E. Phone 9C2J. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone 806. Merchandise Rooms Without Board 68 DEWEY AVE.-S43 — Large front room next-to bath. Pleasant surroundings. Residential section. LARGE furnished front room for 1 or 2 gentlemen. Close in. Call 370-R. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 VIRGINIA AVE.-1910—3 furnished .or unfurnished rooms, convs., gas range, garage; no children. Real Estate For Sale Home* For Sale BUILD yourself a home, pay as rent. • See or call Potomac J'iealty Co., 10t) Grice Bldg. Phone 2fi:i. CONCORD ST.—Double brick, 6 rooms to a side. All conveniences. Phone 2S6W2. DOUBLE—Va. Ave. Large lot, S2.SOO. Will finance. Single, Summit Ave.. all conveniences, 53,300; only $300 cash required. Modern double brick. N. End, will sell at a loss. Good double brick, will take single as part payment. Strole Realty Co., Arcade Bldg. DOUBLE brick house housing r> apartments in good condition, two garages, $5500. Seven room frame dwelling. North Mulberry Street, hot water heat, reasonably priced at $3000. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 2nd National Bank Bldg. FOUNTAIN HEAD—7 room modern brick home with 2 tile baths, recreation r _ \R insulated with rj of^r n (.double attached gl w^v located on lot 100x21 ice to suit. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phone 24SL 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. 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., 33 SummitAv PLAN NOW to visit 4G2 N. Potomac St., which will be 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. KENT RECEIPTS give no security for your future years; a home will. Classified Display Public Sale —OF— MODERN AND ANTIQUE FURNI TURE AND DISHES AT 443 SUMMIT AVENUE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, At 12:30 O'clock. For Mrs, Cora M. Schellhase, the followingcondition: goods, all in exceilen. Living- room suit, dav- First Assn. Federal Savings Tel. 1001. & Loan WASHINGTON ST.-W.-43G—S room, -bath, steam heat, modern through _out. Phone 007.7. POTOMAC .ST.-N.-42S—Front bedroom, second floor. Near bath. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 Articles for Sale 51 ELECTRIC MOTORS—Used & new. in all sizes; also controls, parts, drives, repairing & rewinding-. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Md. Ave. Phone 146. ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts—New & used motors, control devices. We repair & rewind all sizes, any make or type, Greenwalt Electric Co. Phone 397. FRESH—Emptied whiskey barrels & keg's, direct from distillery. Moses Berkson, 143 N. Jonathan. Ph. 218. PIPE—Fittings, boiler.", radiators, boiler outfits, pulleys, belt, pumps, tanks, lathes, drill presses, desks, chairs, flies, etc. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Maryland Ave. Phone 146 USED PLUMBING & Heating Fixtures—Sinks. Lavatories & Tubs, Arcola Heaters, Heating: Boilers & Radiation, Guaranteed condition. Bargrain prices. Maryland Pipe & Metals Corp. 304 W. Church St. Phone 1039 FURNISHED Rooms for housekeeping- or sleeping 1 . Every converii- ence. Summers Bldg,^36 N. Walnut POTOMAC ST.-S.-217 — Furnished bedroom & kitchenette, front, for light housekeeping; adults. VIRGINIA AVE.-SOS—Nicely furnished oed room with kitchenette; private entrance. Wanted—Rooms or Board 73 ROOM and board in private, quiet family by refined lady. Reasonable. Perm. Central. Box 75. Mail. Real Estate For Rent Business Places for Rent 7 COAL YARD—With 10-ton wago scale on W. Md. Ry. siding, ea 1661. LARGE building or space suitabl for^warehousing. storage, manufac turing, business, auto show room o truck terminal. Apply Elmer K Overly. IS W. Washington St. Farms and Lands for Rent 7 WILSON DISTRICT—170 A. farm Phone 1SF3, Clearspring. Houses for Rent 77 Apartments and Flats 74 APT.—44% East Franklin St. Four rooms. Hot water, regular heat. Bearinger. Eyerly's Dept. Storo. Autos For Hire 12 -' USED bath tubs: 1 20x52 kitchen .sink, 1 hot water furnace. G. M. Grove, Roar 200 Jefferson. Vi TON panel body truck, like now Coloniaii 3 burner portable gaso- lino cook stove: Gould hand force pump. J. C. Gassmnn, Smithsburg, Coal and Wood 5«-A BIG- VEIN 00 % Him p. the best run fif mine: more, longer lasting. Omvitt nml .see my coal. Burgess, -'17 S. Potomac. Phone 1129. DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear 3!> W. Antictam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phone 900-901 APARTMENT for rent, ii rooms, batli and garage: beautiful location across from City Park, 422 Va. Ave. Apply there. Also office and suite with or without air conditioning. Newest, best bldg. in the city. Call Room 30G. Phone 13'J. Professional Arts Bldg. Ramacciotti. APARTMENTS—Steam heat, 2, 3 and 4 rooms; $3.00 per week 'up. Apply 119 N. Potomac St. Ph. 612. ARLINGTON—4 and 5 large rooms, hardwood, new baths, redecorated; adults. Apply 112 Broadway. APTS.—22 N. Potomac, 21 W. Wash., 15 W. Ant., 24 and 240 E. Wash. GROH REALTY Co.. 13 Summit Av APARTMENT—112 E. Wash. St. 5 rooms & bath. 2nd floor, modern In every respect. $35. Phone 545. BRYAN PLACE-309—7 room house all conveniences; newly paperec Possession at once. COR. JEFFERSON & MULBERRY, room house: all conveniences. Gar age: Nov. 1st. Phone 4033F4. CORNER LOCUST & LEE STS.—. room house, modern conveniences) Phone 1272. EAST AVE.-143—House for ren! Possession Oct. loth. Apply 14 East Ave. FOR RENT—C room house, centrallj located. Call 253C-M. GOOD HOUSES—4 G2 Park Place Western Pike. North End., etc. GROH REALTY Co.. 33 Summit A Up USE & STORE ROOM—11 W side Ave. Possession at once. Ap ply 270 S. Potomac. Phone 449J. HAMILTON BLVD. - 7S 5 — ~6 roon brick. conveniences; hardwood vapor heat: gar.; Al cond. Ap. 787 APT3.—42 East Ave., newly refln- ished, f> rooms, Frigidaire, garage. G4V- W. Franklin St., modern, E rooina & bath. Phone 262W. UT-DE-HIDE laxi driver now using 12th car. Nobody ever hurt. PAUL H. JOHNSON*. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 BICYCLE Parts, tires: repairing; nlsr> bicycles for rent; open Sund'ys Twlgg Cycle Co., 43 N. Mulberry. MOTORCYCLE—l!iS7 JJarley Davidson. Buddy scat. DeLnxc saddlebags, chromium strlporl. A-l condition. 110 E. Fmnkliu St. Repairing A. Service Stations 16 WHKX yon hav« i-ar trouble don't cuss; call \is, 722: 24 hr. service. Shafor's Garage. MO 1C. Franklin. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 ::ONDI-:n HOOVOI- Kalo.x & Service. Phone Loiter Urns. Ifi7p. AH work fully guaranteed. Prices rcason- JLASS—Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop, 11 N. Locust. Ph. 2603W Radio Repairing 11-C UAD1OS RKPAIKF.D by factory approved methods. Open to G:00 P. M. TARBART BROS. .•52f, W. Washington St. Phone 24S Repairing and Refinishing 29 '\ .1. (JACK— licupholstering & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable prices. Ph. 30»S. 2S E. Franklin. Good Things To Eit 57 APPLES—Remember, you can get a hu. of good apples at Martin's Storage & Packing House for 50c. JPhrmi* 403SF12. Open Household Goods ''V. j - Jj , Tj ' UNE ° c Estate Oil and Coal Heaters .it: the rijrht price KOHMAN-VVARNE. .inc.. 35 west T-r.-uiklin St.. GOOD KITCHEN RANGE for coal < r wood. Apply View St. QUALITY GAS RANGE—Excellent condition, cheap. Also glass door cupboard. Apply .3-IS West Side. KANGE—Garnet Wincroft No. S-"0 with reservoir. A-l condition. Price »•>;». .I* orsyth -Storage. Mill St LSED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for quick disposal. Living room suites, dining room suites, bedroom suites, stove? no.nters. washers, radios, etc. Bo- tore .buying see what wo havo to ofl'cr. Terms if desired. MEYERS & BERKSON. Tnc 41 & 43 \V. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Office APARTMENT—4 rooms and bath; all conveniences. Apply 25 North Avenue. HAMILTON BLVD.-130.". — 5 roorr modern house, hot water heat, ga rage. Apply No. 1303 or Ph. J 441.1 MODERN—6 room house with garage: all conveniences: ?25 per mo Hagerstown Realty Co.. Realtors 12 AV. Franklin tft. Phone 166. ALL MODERN—S rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E. Washington St. Call 133S-R. FURNISHED private apartment, suitable for couple. Refrigerator, garage. r>01 Wilson Blvd. NORTH END—Very modern 6 room brick, hardwood lloors. hot water heat, garage. Phone 104. SUMMIT AVE.-323—7 room brick house, vapor heat, garage. Possession at once. Phone lVj7R. WINTER ST.-G2—6 room house, all conveniences, garage. Immediate possession. Phone 14D7R. FA1 RG ROUND AVE.-37—Furnished apartments: use of phone and garage. FURNISHED bed room, kitchenette aud bath, private entrance. 202 South Prospect St. FOR RENT—4 room apartment, con- Xrally located. Call 2S36-M. HAMILTON BLVD.-020—"> rooms, garage. Janitor service. Call iOU'JR. or 3OS. HAMILTON BLVD.-1131—r» rooms & bath; modern. Apply 51 W. Franklin St. V\ AMI ING machines repaired, parts it wringer rolls. Jones Appll. Scr- ^LJgC.._ - 4 Su mm i t A yo. Phono 2-1. Seeds, Plants, Flowers 13 1939 FORD Plx. Avith rn*li«.. Sednn Sed;n, (Gray), 1936 PLYMOUTH So<!;m iT;in>. I0.i:» 7-''>Iv1> nix. <"<>neh 'l:!ack>. ' Conch HUPSOX So<lan Employment Help Wanted—Female _..____, 32 GIRL—Help care for .small child r. days a Week. -Stay nights. Write P.ox (if., rare WOMAN—Middle-aged, for permanent general housowork. Sleep in. Apply 4SS N. Potomac St. WK pay $.".00 for rolling ten $1.00 boxois." T«0 beautiful as.sortort name imprinted Christmas cards sell $—your profit ."dc. Free sample otYrr. Thomas Doran Co., 2S.TA White 1 > ' r * l "-' 3 -_j^_X: W .TNI'KTi—lTofI iio<l white gTri for general housework. Between twenty and thirty. Four adults in family. Salary twenty-five month, room and board. Address Mr.<s. F. U. Bloom. 43ii Randolph Street, N. W.. Wash i 11 pt on. IV <\ ?OR SALE—Largo box bush. Write Lox 63 Horalcl-Mall. TliKA'P your lawn to a SQl'ARK MEAL with VIGOHO PLANT FOOD. Contains all eleven plant food elements. HOWARD'S. 7 K J'-'^U" 1 ^-?'- Phone .SOfi. Wanted to Buy coats, suits, dresses wanted for resale. Phone. N't;.. 4. ',*71 Mnlbcrrv Ave. Rooms and Board Rooms With Board 67 CAN room and board elderly people or 2 couples; 4th house front Dan M.irtin's Storage along Middleburir _P_i ko. Ph_on_e_;l 04 C. Frt. _.. __. Rooms Without Board Help Wanted—Male 13 ESTA"RLISJ1 y oin- ..wn 1 oca"i~slToe business. Quick cash commissions and bonus shoes. Experience unnecessary. No investment. Selling outfit free. Tanners Shoes, r.:M4 P.oston, Mass. KK A L KSTA T K ~S~A~LKSMA~N ~^A real opportunity for right mnn to have permanent position. Write Hox 72, rare Herald-Mail. SALESMEN'—Three men over TUt r»36 FORD 131" ^*. I?. Myd Dump. 1-0 8 S THEVROLTST 1"" <' &. •foSS FORT> i:.7" with !>,•„•!-.•. Korrtson Tract < NEWMAN' AUTO CO. Phone 74 Smith-i-urs:. with cars. Free to travel. Sales experience not necessary. Men hired will be thoroughly' trained. No inve.sfment. Full pay every week. For interview, write, giv- inpr age and reference to £. T,. Shrader. 2'.^ '. Nurih ST., Waynes- hor.',._|;a ^_ Situations Wanted—Female 36 A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reason_n. 1>1 c. 2 2_ S.. JPo to mac St. CKN'TRALLY located furnished room, private bath. Phone ll'27\V. After T. P. ~M. 1;>S2M COMFORTABLE well furnished front room. Apply 66"* Oak Hill. 2 MODKUN -1-room apartments; all conveniences: centrally located: $22.r«0 and ?27.r>0 per mo. Hagerstown Realty Co.. Realtors, 12 W. Franklin St. Phone IRfi. Front Phone MOLLEK APARTMENTS apartment for rent. _12jOR. MULHI-:UUY AVK.-SOG—3 rooms, kitchenette and bath, electric range, automatic heat: Nov. 1st; S2S; 804 Mulb. Ave. Phone 2>SSlt. WASHINGTON ST.-E.-209—6 rooms and bath. Conveniences. Apply 213. Wanted—To Rent 81 WANTED—5 or 6 room house, garage, furnace, hot water. Reasonable. Write Box 74. Real Estate For Sale Business Property For Salt 82 FOR SALE—The Sharpsburg Garage. Immediate possession, tine business location. Jnquiro Nellie V. Michaels, Shcnandoah Junction. W v a . Farms and Land For Sale 81 MULBERRY ST.-N.-704—3 room apartment with hardwood floors. Troxell's Grocery. Phone. ]134. MULI.JEURY ST.-S.-14 — 4 room, hath, 2nd floor, hardwood floors, automatic neat, very modern. POTOMAC ST.-S.-G.'.fj—1 room, tile bath, hardwood floors, front & back porches, hot water year round; heated garage: janitor. Also 2 rooms furnished, with samo conveniences^ i'OToTl~AC~~AVK.— '•*• rooms & hath. all newly papered. Phone lOoOM or r.SO. PROSPECT ST.-S.-43—Furnished 3 and 4 rooms, private bath. Call Mrs. II. L. Kneisley. Phone L')24. - 3 large heat, hot RANDOLPH AVK.-34 • rooms, private bath, water. $20 month. SUMMIT— Modern ." room apartment, -nd tW>r. automatic heat. Poss. O C T. i:.. Apply Hut- snn-Hetzer Agency. ~ Summit Ave. A FINE truck and fruit farm 2 miles beyond Cearfos.s; new 7 room house and garage, necessary outbuildings; 14 A., having i:,o" bearing apple trees, 400 young peach trees. raspberries, strawberries. Purchaser gets .TOO bu. apples, corn crop, hogs, chickens and equipment if sold at once. Price H "f original cost: immediate possession. O. .1. Spaldincr Co.. No. 7 Xegloy BUJtr. Phone f.Sl-W. J-AUM—272 acres with a G room dwelling, barn, out bldgs.: also a large, 10 room mansion house in good condition, with plenty o f shade, and shrubbery. The mansion is isolated. Other information call 20Sn.l. John L. Swain Agcncv. • - O^Surmr i i t Ave. 3 A.—i; room frame d\veliTn'grTfec^ trie, poultry housf, garage." plentv fruit. Only ?l,r,.-,o.OO. Phone 14^lj. _'^ N-^l:'ond. 227 Summit. Ave. HI ACUKS, good stone house, elec 42.0UO.UO. ^S acres, house, ban'k barn, elec., 52,000.00. _L\_ M. _1 tjUlfMi on r. Smit'hsburg. Md. •H ACJil-:.S—Well improved" ifme^ stoji« farm at the western edge of Unvn. Large brick house, 'bank barn, slaughter house, other out buildhigs. artesian well, 12 acres la orchard. Court Realty Co 21-t See._X:itl. Rank Bldar. Ph "4X1 _ _ S.NL\"L',r"Fxrrnish.-d Apa rtin.Mits, nlso bedrooms. Under new management. ">0 E. Washington's^. ____ S \ ' .M~M YT"A V ]•: ~4~1 S — M . . d «> r n :t rooms and bath; shower: automatic heat. Convenience;;; porclies, _ ^ __ "VV r ET^6pO^~:> room furnish- unfurnished. Mrs. E. K. Phono 370M. ed or ]-:verlv. Houses For Sale 84 HK.AUTiFKL Home in perfect condition. S rooms, oak floors, oil heat, lovely lau'n. 2 car garage, nn outstanding value. DOUBLE — Attractive investment. R-ood street and location, annual rental $".".<•: price $2HOO. Farm IfiO acres, larpe stone house, barn, good road. $50 acre. N. B. Ro\ve, 26 N. Potomac St. 10 ACRES with modern 10 room brick and stucco residence, 2 baths, hot water heat, five car garage, G miles from Hagerstown. Only $7.250, Will exchange on resf- dence in northern section of Hagerstown. G ROOM brick semi-bungalow in Halfway section. Strictly modern and weJ] financed. 1 ACRE, 6 room modern frame residence. 2 car garage, just out of city limits. $4,700. 7 ROOM. FRAME, bath, & heat, Cavetown pike, beyond city limits, "'L. "S. SPANGLER AGENCY 2nd Floor 2nd Natl. Bank Bldg. SOUTH END—6 room home and two lots on good street. $25 per mo. YOUR RENT WILL BUY THIS HOME. __GRQI-T REALTY Co., 13 Summit Av Lots For Sale SI BUY A HOME SITE—$135 up to $1800 on convenient terms, all sections. C. .1. Spalrling Co. Ph. 581TV. Wanted—Real Estate FARM WANTED—Have prospects for farms from 25 to 100 acres C. E. Winger, 220 Hager St. Phone 2S83. Classified Display Notices TICE State of Maryland vs. The Hagerstown Bank and Trust Company, a body corporate. No. 12,777 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Washington County. Notice is hereby given that John W. Downing. Bank Commissioner. Receiver for The Hagerstown Bank and Trust Company, has Hied in the above entitled cause his First Report and Account, showing, among other things all receipts and disbursements in connection with the receivership from August 24 1939 to September 20. 1931). both dates inclusive, and also an additional or fifth distribution of 5% about to be made to the depositors and other general creditors of said bank, u-hich said Report and Account will be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary be shown on or before the 7th day of October, enport bed. dining room suit, bed room suit, Duncan Phyfe 10 PC. dining room suit, foot stools, chairs rockers, rugs, stands, dressers, upholstered chairs, breakfast table. 6 and chairs, chest of drawers, reed furniture, kitchen utensils,, dishes etc. At the Same Time and Place the Following ANTIQUES: Victorian chair, Windsor chair walnut extension table, nursing rocker, (Windsor), stove base stand small walnut tables, bed stands, walnut and mahogany clocks, pictures, Victorian and Adams mirrors large and small bras.s sleigh bells schoolmaster bells, Mexican war saber, what-nots, brass kettles. John Bell Pottery, stone crocks and bottles, dishes, pressed glass and many other small antiques. On display dav of sale onlv. TERMS—Cash. 'HUGH N. CARVER. -Tos. C. Snyder, Auct. 'Walter C. Young, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 12S S. POTOMAC STREET I will offer in front of the Court House, Hagerstown, Maryland, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3 between 1:00 and 3:00 P. M.. the following described property: Two and one-half story brick residence containing three apartments, on the east side of South Potomac Street, known as No. 12S S. Potomac St., facing 41 feet, more or less, on South Potomac Street, and running back 240 feet, more or less, to an alley; also four brick garages. For other Information consult liber 141, folio r>53. Rental possession Nov. 1, 1932. Terms of sale: Vi money may remain in f purchase property as 1D39. first mortgage at 5% interest, balance cash on or before October 20. 1930, upon delivery of a good, clear and sufficient deed. Five per cent of. purchase price to be paid as deposit on day of sale. (Signed) ELSIE M. ALBERT. Fred M.. White. Auctioneer. OF REAL ESTATE SITUATE EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Washington County. P^nt^mber 2?,. " Public Sale Will sell in front Court House TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3, At 11 A. M. 15 shares Potomac Edison 7% preferred stock. \ 50 shares Hagerstown Trust Co.' stock, 2 shares Hagerstown Fair Stock. TEII MS—Cash. F. M. WHITE. Auct. PUBLIC SALE 010 POPE AVENUE. By virtue of a power of sale con- ainerl in a mortgage dated January i, HKiS, and recorded in Liber No. JO.". Folio r.So, one, of the Land Re- :ords of Washington County, Mary- aml, default having- been made "in he covenants of said mortgragre, the undersigned assignee for foreclos- ire and collection, will sell at Pubic Sale in front of the Court House n Hagerstown, Marvland, on TUKS- .>AY, OCTOBER ^4. 103'J. between he hours of one and three o'clock. >. m., all that lot of land together vith the. improvements thereon sit- iate, lying 1 and being on the east ildc of Pope Avenue In liagrerstown. -Vushinprton County, Maryland, 'routing- on said Pope Avenue a dis- ance of o7 J /2 feet, more or less, UK! extending- back therefrom with iniform width a distance of loO eet, more or less, to an alley, being jOt No. :;0 and tin- Northern one- lalf of Lot Ni>. Ml, in Section Xo. 6 of the First Addition of the Hand La ml Jinprovc'inent Company • f WashiiiKton 'bounty. Maryland. The improvements consist of a wo story six room frame house vith composition slate roof and atli, R-as and electricity. The louse is No. '.'10 Pope, Avenue and good condition. Possession upon compliance with he terms of sale and the ratification ereof by the I'oiirt. TKR.MS OK SAT.K: — One-third ash on the day of sale or the ratili- ation thereof by the, Court, the esiclue in one and two years from he day of sale In equal Install- ients, the deferred payments 10 hear interest and t<- be satisfactorily secured, or al'i cash, at the op- lion of the purchaser. W. P. WACHTF.R. APsisrnee for Foreclosure and Collect ion. Fred M. White, Auctioneer. NEAR. AND IN THE TOWN OF SMITHSBURG, ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1039. The undersigned will offer at public sale on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14TH, 1333, between 1 and 3 o'clock P. M.. in front of WISHARD'S HOTEL, in Smithsburg, Maryland, the following real estate of which the lato Benjamin F. Young died, seized and possessed. 1. Being the home place of Benjamin F. Young, situate on the North Side of East Water Street, in Smithsburg, known as Lot No. 68 on the plat of said town, containing % acre of land, more or less, improved by a single frame dwelling, brick cased, containing 3 rooms, basement, cellar and attic. There is a stable, corn crib and chicken house upon the lot. cistern, and running water upon the premises. The Improvements are in good condition, and this is a. very desirable property. 2. Lot situate on the North side of East Water Street, immediately West of parcel No. 1, fronting 45 feet, and extending back 264 feet to an alley, improved by a double frame dwelling house, containing G rooms on one side and 4 on the other, cistern, wood shed arid stable, and fitted for use of electricity. The improvements arc in. good condition. 3. Being a vacant lot situate on the North side of East Water Street immediately West of parcel No. *, fronting 45 feet on said Street, and running back with a uniform width 264 feet to an alley. 4. Lot siuate on the "U'est side ' of the public road leading from Smithsburg to Waynesboro, near the Northern boundary of tiie corporation of Smithsburg. adjoining the land now or formerly owned by F. H. Bikle, fronting 55 feet on said road, and extending back 20" feet to an alley, improved by a frame dwelling house containing 7 rooms, with electric light?. There. is a cistern and outbuildings on the. property. "i. An unimproved tract of land containing 2 acres, more or less. DESIRABLE RESIDENCE PPOP-" ERTIES AND VACANT I OTS IN HAOERSTOW.V. MD By -virtue of a decree of ch^ Cir-' cuit Coil re for Washington County ° n TUESDAY.'^ between the--. County. Maryland . PARCEL NO. 1. A lot of ground situate at the northeast corner or' ? trr °^ u ; a y f . an< * *°«h Potomac'-"' Street rronting 76 fee*, more or less - 2? "V 2 Ea f l si ^ of North Potomac' ' frrt 1 i nd e^ndms back there-from along the north marginal line of Broadway with uniform width n f ^Ir ** sterl y direction a distance". or 140 feet, more or less, to the • property of C. Harry Keller, beirS* trie same property conveyed to E, A,.-. \vareham from Maria Edwards. E£ . . ?L ? " " D T' decd dated Januarv 17, 1 '-n"' a ? dfr , ec °rcUM in Liber 120. 'folio • wU, oi. the Washington County Land Records. This property is i m - : "proved by a three story frame dwelling house known as No. 45G 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 Boule" - ' vard fronting thereon 36.5 feet and $fft$*? 8 back th e r <^ r om a distance" or luo feet, bounded on the- west by, '^ p ,. u , b] L c a] ley, improved bv x double frame dwelling house known* as Nos. 112-114 Wilson Boulevard/ pX'r^T •*>!$? h^'ing six rooms. PARCEL NO. 3. A lot of ground .on the North side of Wilson Boule- " vard fronting thereon 3S.5 fee& €wr3 e ? t ^ diris ' 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. 11C-118 Wilson Boulevard,,-, Last, each side having s i x rooms. ' are 2 and 3 i west half of Lots 21, 22. 23 and. 24 v Section 16 of Hagerstown Manufac-"" turing Mining and Land Improve-"O ment Company's No. 1 Addition to , Hagerstown. -£•' PARCEL NO. 4. A lot of gro-urt'd'w situate on the South side of Georg» Street fronting thereon a distance*^ or 30 feet and running back there- ^r- 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? -I wife by deed dated July 11, ! 1S9:£ • and recorded in Liber 39, Folio US' •' of said Land Records. This property ' is improved by a double frame dw*l~~ '! ling 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 Nos, 71 and 72 on the Plat of" ~ Samuel H. Long and E. A Ware-*" tiam's Land recorded in Plat Record " lolio 2,. one of the records in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Washington Countv. each of said lots fronting 40 feet on said .North Prospect Street and extending back therefrom In an easterly direction a distance of 130 feet to a. • l«J-toot allev. , PARCEL "NO. 6. A lot of ground jituate on the West side of North Prospect Street fronting thereon a." distance of 40 feet and extending"-. back therefrom in a westerly di- • roction 140 feet, more or less, to a ' " 10-foot alley, being Lot No. 15 as de- ' ^fgnated on the said Plat of Samuel ' H. Long and 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 '•• -ooms and a bath on each side -with' 'rood hot air furnaces. This prop-. • erty Is now rented 'as four apart-f : : ment.v. ' • ARCEL xo .7. A lot of ground • on the \Vest side of North Prospect- Street fronting thereon a distance: of 40 feet and extending bacld herefrom in a westerly direction 140' eet, more or less, to a. 10-foot al-1 ey being Lot No. 19 as designated; on the said Plat of Samuel H. Long- " and E. A. Wareham's Land. This * roperty is improved by a double '• mck dwelling house with slate roof • <nown as Xos. 617-613 North Pros- ; pect Street having six rooms and a '. ath on each side with good hot air • urnaces. This property is now ^ •ntcd as two apartments on one •• ide andLas a residence on the other •; ide. s - A lot ground . , in the \Vest side of North ProspecC and mile North East of th' Waynesboro Road. Use property of Joseph year from tho day of sale, "said de- lie North, the Cardenour '^^fl payment to bear interest from situate about Srnithsburpr. SmithsbnrET adjoin in«r Fiery mi tli lands on the East. Mr?. James Hoffman, et a Is, nn the West, and the land now or formerly owned l>y F. If. Bikle on the South, together with th'- rights and ways appurtenant thereto. All of the above are cji-sirablo properties. TEKMS OK SALE: U cash on the day of sale, and remainder on or before March 1st, !?40, with interest from the day of sale until paid- or all cash at the option of the purchaser. Possession of parcel No. 1 will he Riven on day of sale; landlord's possession of the remaining' parcels on sale day. J. HARRY YOUNH, A. MABEL KIKLK. . N. PE \RL FIERY. iTidividunlly. and ?..•=! Attor- n^ys-in-Fac* for heirs of Benjamin F. Young 1 . Roy W. Eiprenbrode, Auct. *, Wonting thereon a distance' >f 40 feet and extending back there- rom in a westerly direction 140 feet more or less, to a- 10-foot alley., be- "R-.^t No. 14 as designated on the aid Plat of Samuel H. Long and E \. \vareham's Land. This propertv s improved by a double brick dwel"- mg house with slate roof known as \os. o97-")09 North Prospect Street having six rooms and a bath on'" each side with good hot air furn- "ices. This property is now rented ts four apartments. PARCEL NO. 9. A lot of ground n tne East side of North Prospect treet^ fronting thereon a distance u 40 leet and extending back there-v. rorn :n an easterly direction 150 eet to a 12-foot alley, being Lot No-'* 4 as designated on the said Plat of vim u el II. Long and E. A. Ware- lam's Land. This property is Im^ proved by a. double brick dwellinn house with slate roof known as! >os. 4.^2-4^4 North Prospect Streets having six rooms and a bath on each' side with good hot air furnaces: This property is now rented as twoi apartments on one side and as a res-idence on the other side. Rental possession of the improved properties above described will be given upon ratification of the .«a!a and compliance with the terms thereof. ; TERMS OF PALE:— One-half of' the purchase money to be paid cash ' on the clay of sale, or the ratification * thereof by the Court and the bal- : n.ncr> of the purchase monev in one » the date of sale ar.d to be secured by the note or bond of the purchaser or purchasers with surety or sureties to be approved by the said Trustees, or all cash at the option of the purchaser or purchasers, the- purchaser or purchasers to be re--"' quired to make a deposit of ten 'per cent of the purchase price on the day of sale. MILDRED W. COCHRAN KDWARD A. WAREHAM. JT> * CONSUELO W. POWELL, Trustees. Robert H. McCauley, Attorney, Fred M. White. Auctioneer. A USED CAR Is most easily chosen after comparing all those offered In the Classified Section "Autos For Sale" Column. OH, DIANA! Misplaced Mistrust 0<>f>K T>F,sniKS \VOKK~rnn give reference. Write Box 70, care Tfernld-Mnil. Md. DIAMOND lf*37 CHKV. 1' 1 i tor. Tor. s: '«S4 PTAMOXO T 2 To: -S1 F<>1U> <<"h.AAl Rn> •;:» FOKI> MF.NNON1TE GIHL wants honsework. Phone 4f>2SF2 general body. Situationi. Wanted—Male t7i ; Yot"X<; MAX <u-sir< r:ecl. 1A yr.-. hu^i platform' Kxcellf-nt. '' J jgroijnd. Position DVwnA 154 rif^A -nrr—i»^ r>,— hick- j

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