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THE DAILY MAIL. HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14 1939. Man y° f These Ads Will Not Be Repeated After Today - Be Sure To Look Them Over. BB ^ -- - HERALD-MAIL Automotive Automobilts for Salt 11 FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market price* Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pangborn Blvd. & Paper Mill Road INFORMATION All ads are restricted proper classification* 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 order«d.tor Irregular Insertion takes the one time rate. PHONE TOUR 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 Utters. • Daily rates per tine for consecutive- insertions: All Classified Advertising is CASH-1N-AD VANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Hate One time 10 per line Three times 08 per line Six times 06 per line Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for only the number of times the ad appears and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertising upon request. Careful attention given to small •rders. WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising Department Is situated at the Herald- Mafl office. These offices are open to receive advertisements from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. daily. All ads received up until 1.1 A. M. will appear in edition same day and 8 P. AL will appear In edition following day. Ths Ad-taker will gladly assist you. if desired, so that the copy for your ad Is prepared in such a manner as to bring the greatest results CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements under the following classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goods. 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. 18—Battery and ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work, Painting, Tops and Upholstery, 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Stations. 1"—Tires. Parts. Accessories. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 18B—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 18D—Welding and Brazing. 19—Bulldinp and Contracting. 20—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating. Plumbing. Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering, 25—Moving: Trucking. Storage. 28—Painting. Papering, Decorating 27—Printing. Engraving. Binding. 28—Professional Service. 39—Repairing and Rcflnlshlng. 20A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoe. Repairing. . - 29C—Harness and Leather Goods. 30—Tailoring and Pressing. SI—Wanted—Business Service. EMPLOYMENT S2—Help Wanted—Female. S3—Help Wanted—Male. . , 34—Help—Male and Female. 85—Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents. St—Situations Wanted—Female. •"—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL S8—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments. Stocks. Bonds. 39A—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 47—Dogs, Cats, Other Pets. 48—Horses. Cattle, Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. 10—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE 51—Articles for Sale. 51A—Barter and Excharigt. B2—Boats and Accessories. 63—Building Materials. 64—Business and Office Equipment 6. r >—Farm and Dairy Products. R6—Feed and Fertilizer. 66A—Coal and Wood. 57—Good Things to Eat. 58—Homemade Things, fin—Household Goodj. 60—Jewelry, Watches. Diamonds. 61—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. 62A—Radio Equipment. 63 — S f <* ri» P1 a.n t-y. F1 owera IT'S SMART TO BE PREPARED Buy a car that is Reconditione to meet the exacting requirement that fall and winter demand. Eac car is carefully shop checked an road tested-to definite performanc to their standards to Insure you of unin terrupted service. Trade in your present car for better one while our selection i good. The specials listed below are onl a few of the many fine bargains w are offering. Again: "It's Smart t be Prepared." Easiest Terms in Town 1939 CHEVROLET Master DeL Town Sedan. A beautlfu green finish, demonstrator. Cai be purchased at a great sav ings. 1938 CHEVROLET Master Town Se dan. Gray finish, upholstery and tires perfect, runs like new. Do not fail to inspect this outstanding- bargain. Only $575 1938 CHEVROLET 1 ton Pick-up Looks and runs like new; gooc rubber all around, mechanica condition fine. Good for many miles of economical transpor- 1937 JgggT rt'AiSXT- ^r'fn! spection of this car will reveal a nice looking, economical car with clean upholstery, sound mechanical parts and excellent ,„„„ tires. A fine valua at ... $395 1937 PACKARD 120 Coupe. Excel. lent gray finish, radio, all good tires. Here is really a new car in appearance and condition, .low mileage. Compare this price $5,75 1936 FORD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, unusually smooth and quiet running $295 1936 PLYMOUTH 2 dr. Se'dan.'Green finish, looks fine and runs beautifully; hydraulic brakes. A real value $295 193o DODGE 4 dr. Sedan. Black. This car is in exceptionally fine condition, low mileage, nearly new tires. Only .. J295 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. Phone 458 Look for the Big Neon Sign Between the Railroads" Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 WANTED — Two salesladies for Av< ?^ -Products. Write Mr*. F. H. bmith, General Delivery, Hagerstown. Md.. for interview. Help Wanted— Male S3 CORN Huskers: one mile north of Cearfoss, Greencastle pike. Paul M. Horst. MAN to conduct on shares or commission a public storage/business .experience necessary. Truck owner preferred. Inquire Elmer K. Eyerly. IS West Washington WEAVERS — Experienced bon. State qualifications. Box $7, c-o Herald-Mail on rib- Write Situation! Wanted—Female 3« wo ™ an Wlth 2 yr. old child P° sltl °n as housekeeper. Box 97. c-o Hara.1 d-M.fi Situation* Wanted—Male 37 ARM WORK wanted by month or * J- L ., einln eer, Greencastle, t, IN O. 1. Financial 38 BEER Tavern for sale; 10 room ss^H^d^a?^ Write FOR SALE—Retail grocery & general merchandise business with storeroom for rent. Owner wants t ?^ r1 » ertl r ie *^ For Stalls writ* Herald-Mail Box 98. GROCERY STORE—Good location, price reasonable. Will sell or trade. Write Box 102, Herald-Mail. \IAN to service route of legal Vending Machines, spare or full time, excellent income. Must have car and ?375 cash. Write Box 10-7 Herald-Mail. THE HIGHEST FORM OF ANIMAL LIFE— isn't always the most intelligent. And by the same token, the highest priced ads are not always any more effective result producers than the little inexpensive Want Ads. Try them for buying, selling, renting and employing. Real Estate For Sale Houses For Ssle 84 10 ACRES with modern 10 room brick and stucco residence, 2 baths hot water heat, five car garage, 6 miles from Hagerstown. Onlv $7,250. Will exchange on resf- dence in northern section of Hagerstown. 6 iLr^9 OM brick semi-bungalow in Halfway section. Strictly modern and well financed. 1 ACRE, 6 room modern frame residence, 2 car garage, just out oC city limits. $4.700. 7 ROOM FRAME, bath and heat, Cavetown pike, beyond city limits, ' '"L. S. SPANGLER AGENCY 2nd Floor 2nd Xatl. Bank Bldg Lots For Sale 81 BUY A HOME SITE—$135 up to $1800 on convenient terms, all sections. C. J. Scalding Co. Ph» 581 W. Auctions—Leqals Legal Notices 91 Merchandise Money to Loan— Mortfaiea 40 A SAFE & satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $250.000 available, low rates long terms. L. S. Spangler Agcy.. 2nd i-'i. 2nd Natl. Bank Bldjr. BUY, BUILD or Refinance vour home with a long: term FederaJ direct reduction mortgage loan. jst Federal Savings & Loan Assn. 33 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1001 AtONEY to loan on first mortgage 5%. Geo. D. Hicka. Hagarstown' Trust Bldg. Phone 3018. Household Goods 19 MODERN 8 pc. walnut dinnette suite In fine condition. Price $23.95. Forsyth Storage, Mill St. NEW Hoover cleaner with headlight $54.50. reduced to $34.50. Others $9.50 up. Jones Appli. Ser- vlce. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 WASHINGTON ST.-E.~232 — Fir*t i oo r- * rooms. Private bath. Steam _heat. Possession at once. MONET TO LOAN—On good Brat mortgages. 5%. H. P. Harttnan la N. Jonathan St. SNOWBERGER'S SAFETY TESTED USED CARS Are "The Best Used Cars in Town" at Barga,in Prices ,'3S OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 38 OLDSMOBILE 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. Automatic Safety Transmission. 3S DE SOTO Trg. Sedan. 38 CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Town Sedan. '37 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. |R« OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. So OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trp. Sedan. '34 OLDSMOBILE 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. Come In! Look these Fine Cars over; you are under no obligations. J. S. SNOWBERGER & SONS _JJ9 E- Washington St. Phone SOI MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGED N. B. ROWE. 2« N. Potomac 8t REBUILT MAYTAG—-$24.95. We repair any washer. Genuine Maytag parts. Hagerstown Maytag Co., 106 S. Potomac St. Phone 662. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES W MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-5-6 Second Natl. Bank Bldg 5% MONEY. for first mortgages. H. ,,V, v " Natl. Bank Bldg. 214-15 Ph. 2481. Instruction Musical, Dancing, Dramatics 44 DANCING classes now forming; also private lessons. Strasser'p Dancing School. 5j W. Wash. 1657J 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 we have to offer. Terms If desired. MEYERS & BERKSON. Inc. 41 & 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Offlca WASHINGTON SQUARE-532 —2 rooms and 3 rooms, 2nd floor An- pjy same. £ ST.-W.-436-5 rooms, Phoe 5 ROOMS— Bath, first class condi- tlon. N. Jonatha.n St WASHING machines repaired, parts & wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. Wearing Apparel 65 SAFETY FIRST BUV A CERTIFIED CAR 6 Days Driving Trial 30 Days Guarantee FLEIGH MOTOR CO. 670 Oak Hill Ave. Phon* 1300 J039 .FORD Dlx. Sedan (Black). '1937 FORD Sedan (Black). 1936 FORD Coach (Black). 1936 PLYMOUTH Sedan (Brown). 1935 FORD Coach (Black). J932 FORD Coupe (.Blue). 1936 FORD Dump Truck. : 1935 CHEVROLET C. C. 1933 FORD Truck. 1931 FORD Pickup. NEWMAN AUTO co. Phone 74 Smithsburg, Md. Livestock BARGAINS in Ladies' resale coats, dresses, suits. Sizes 14 to 40. Thrift Shoppe. 971 Mulberry Ave. Business Places for Rent 75 NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of Sarah L. Zahn, deceased. Notice is hereby given, That the subscriber Iras obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington County, Letters of Administration on the estate of Sarah L. Zahn late of said county, deceased A.11 persons having- claims against said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit same with the vouchers thereof, leg-ally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 6th day of May next; they may otherwise, bv law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand • this 6th day of October. A. D. 1939 CHARLES W. ZAHN, ^_ Administrator. 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. ClossifjedDlsploy Notices NOTICE" v *• .- rsown. Bank OI 01 Second National COMMIS- WASHINGTON COUNTY. Classified Display Public Sale ORDER NISI — J - Cl^*? land Grice. Assignee, versus TV ill, am H. Morrow, R e i ka L. M. William Hess, Marian COAL YARD— With 10-ton scale on W. Md. Ry. siding. lool. wagon Call WASHINGTON ST.-E. - 206-205 Large daylight building-; very desirable business location • for" gar- ag-e. storagre. or other business. Low rental. Phone 2.3SS-R Farms and Lands for Rent 76 Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 WATCH for shipments. Steers, Stockers, Feeders, Club Calves Bought on Order. Sam Pashen Phone 4094F22. Poultry and Supplies 4t CUSTOM HATCHING Hatchery, Memorial Phone 962J. Chicks — Marshall Blvd., •on sale CLEAN OUT SALE We must clean out our present stock of Used Cars to make room for trade Ins on the NEW 1940 BU1CKS NOW ON DISPLAY PRICES LOWEST NOW 39-4S BUICK Touring Coach. 37-47 BUICK Touring Sedan. '37 FORD "85" Tudor. Hi fONTIAC 6 Touring Sedan. 36 LA SALLE Str. S Tour. Sedan. 36 PONTIAC 6 Business Coupe. ^7-41 BUICK Touring Sedan. 3< CHEVROLET Town Sedan. •36 PONTIAC Touring Coach '35 41 BUICK Trg. Sedan. !g5 CHEVROLET Standard Coach. .34 PONTIAC DeLuxe Sedan. 33 BUICK Viet. Coupe. '33 BUICK DeLuxe Sedan. .,„ ^ T , EXTRA SPECIALS •3S BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan. '30 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Sedan '28 PAIGE 4 Dr. Sedan. These cars are all "BUICK CONDITIONED" and Real Bargains at the price asked. See Them and Select Yours Today USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2206 The Thumma Motor Co Bulck Dealer Onen Evenings Until 10 O'Clock Howard's Feed Store. Phone 806. THE HEN" that lays is the hen that pays. Give your flock Don Sung and get more eggs. Try It at our risk. Guaranteed. HOWARD'S, 7 E. Balto. St. Phone SOfi. FOR HALLOWE'EN—Lady's and man's Dutch costumes, direct from Holland. 331 S. Pot.. 1st floor north MAN'S OVERCOAT, 2 suits, top coat. All size 40. Only slightly _worn. Cheap. Phone 1642R. * Wanted to Buy 66 GOOD DOUBLE HEATER STOVE. Reasonable. Write Box 99, Herald-Mail. ONE or two good condition pool tablets. Send full details at once to P. O. Box No, 23. Hagerstown, Md. FOR RENT—Very desirable limestone farm 150 acres in high state of cultivation, located on State Highway near town. Electricitv. running water, good buildings Possession March L 1940. Stat* experience, present location and . In the Circuit Court for Washing- sitting- as a Court of Ordered, By the Clerk of the Cir- cuot Court, this 29th day of September, 1939, that, the sales made and_ reported by J. Cleveland Grice Assignee 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 order be inserted in some newspaper published in Washing-ton Countv, at least once 3. week for three successive weeks before th eeks before mentioned dav. " the said last sales to be $4,000.00. True Copy—Test: EDWARD OSWALD. Cl give references. Mail. Box 106, Herald- -V"'*V HARTLE FARM. 2% mi. n' m f ^eitersburg—200 A. good limestone land. Mrs. Laura K Zeigler, Leitersbursr, Md 300 A. _farm, 2 sets buildings. A-l Houses for Rent 77 GOOD HOUSES—505 S. Potomac, GROH REALTY CoflSummit Av SNOW Guards (snow birds). Eagle type. Advise number & price. G. S _PanEburn. box 313. Beaver Falls. Fa Merchandise Articles for Sale 11 ELECTRIC MOTORS—Used & new. in all sizes: also controls, parts, drives, repairing & rewinding HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO Md. Ave. Phon* 146. ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts—New & used motors, control d«vice». We repair & rewind all sizes, any mak« or tyre. Or«enwalt Electric Co. Phone 3»7. Rooms and Board 67 VIRGINIA A VS.-1733— Rooms with board. WEST SIDE AVE.-222—Room and board with private familv. Phone 109S-M. LIBERTY ST.-406 — 6 room house, all conveniences, hardwood floor ?22 month. Apply 404 Libertv. MD. AVE.-94S— House for rent: gar^ age .all convenience?. Apply Md. Ave. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of Edna C. Wolfe, deceased. Notice is hereby"given. That -the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans Court of Washington County. Letters of Administration on the estate of Edna C. Wolfe, late of said county, deceased All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit same with, the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 6th day of .May next: they may otherwise" by law be excluded from all benefit of •said ^estate. All persons indebted to sairl estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this fith day oc October. A. D 1939 MABEL W. PPRECHER. RUSSELL s. WOLFE.' . Administrators. 950 MODERN—6 room house with garage; all conveniences; $25 per mo i9 a ?v rs £ own , 11Re ^ lty Co - Realtors.' 12 Vv. Franklin St. Phone 166. Rooms Without Board 68 FRESH—Emptied whiskey barrels & kegs, direct from distillery. Mosen Berkson. 143 N, Jonathan. Ph. 21S GENUINE Maytag parts and oil. We repair all make washers. Hagerstown Maytag Co.. it)6 S. Poto"mac. Ph. 662. A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable. 22 S. Potomac St. CENTRALLY located furnished room, private bath. Phone 1927W After 5 P. M.. 19S2M MINIATURE model airplane motor, J4.75. One J s H. P. motor, $4.7,i. Both in excellent condition. 21 N Jonathan St. Phone 4S3.T. Announcements Personals FOR KENT- TENT, 14.V2S. Call 770. J WILL NOT be responslhlo for any hills contracted by anyone other than myself. MR. ADRIAN C. MIXER. INSTALLED the past 2 years 50 hath rooms, 20 heating- plants, many more sinks, tanks, heaters. "Standard Fixtures" at mall order prices. Let us estimate on new material and repaid. Harry K. Zellcr it Son, licensed plumber, 105 E. Hillcrost. Phone 2240-M. Autos For Hire 12 HI-DE-HI taxi driver now using- 12th car. Nobody ever hurt. PAUL II. JOHNSON. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 lil.Tfi llarley-Dnvidsoii 74 motorcycle, fully equipped, a R-ood snappy job. priced right. Torms. DEL- PI IR VS. :i1 K. Franklin St. Ph ,S BIC\l,LE Parts, tires; repairing: also bicycles for rent: open Sund'ys Twiprs: Cycle Co.. 43 N, iMiilhcrrv_ Repairing & Service Stations 16 WHEN yp'i have car trouble don't cuss; call us, 722; 24 hr. service _S_h n. far's G a ra ge. 14 0 E. Franklin MEAT display cases, any size TIO\V or us-sd; walk-In boxes, colls, compressors, motors, meat Kfindprs etc. Johnston Refrig. Service. POO Mulberry Ave. PIPE—Fittings boiler.--, radiators toilet outfits, pulleys, belt, pumps;, tanks, lathes, drill presses, desks chairs, files, etc. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO Maryland Ave. Phone 146 PROSPECT ST.-S.-151—2 nicely furnished rooms with private baths. Gentleman. POTOMAC ST.-S.-163—First floor furnished bed room. Private fam- _M.V. Gentleman pref. Inside bell. NORTH END—Very modern 6 roon. brick, hardwood floors, hot water heat, garage. Apply 927 Oak Hill Ave. AVE.-S36—7 room brick, renovated; x-apor heat Possession at once. Apply 32 S Potomac St. Phone 56 Clossified Disploy Notices . _, AVE.-321—S rooms narawood floors, vapor garage. Apply 923. Ph. 1970J. & POTOMAC ST.-S.-260—6 or S room crick, nil conveniences: r«*ason- _able. Apply 262 S. Potomac. Ph. 12. SUMMIT AVE.-323~SIngle 7 room house, vapor heat, garage. Posses- sionat once. Phone 1497-R. POTOMAC ST.-N.-42S—Front bedroom, second floor. Near bath. WEST SIDE AVE.-123—Furnished bod room, running- water; hot wa- tor hcnt; hath, all conveniences. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 ANTIETAM STT-E.-l 0.1 — 2 roolri apartment furnished 3rd floor; private b.-ith. RECONDITIONED STEEL PIPE" Valves & Fittings. All Sizes. Lowest prices. We cut & thread to vour specifications. Maryland Pipe & 304 W Church St. Metals Phone 103? Corp Business A Office Equipment 54 FLAT TOP DESK—Solid oak. like __n_ew. Cheap. Phone 1fi42R. . NOTICE—.1 will not. be responsible for any bills made by anyone other than myself. (Slprncd) ^___ c.. A. nurcrrimLL. Lost, Strayed, Found 10 HOLSTE.IN COW — Strayed from Wyand Farm. Notify Honrv Mos- o.r. N. White HaU_. _ LOST — Black Schaffer pencil with initials L. tnrn<>d to 11. Reward if re- Business Service Business Service Offered 18 GLASS—Sold and replaced In automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Jll-lgg-.aB-lLN _ Locust. Ph. 26!»3W Radio Repairing 11-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods.,Open to 6:00 P. M TARBA&T BROS. __3_2'. W Wnshincrton St. Phoni* 24S Repairing and Refinlshing 29 Automotive Automobiles for Sate 11 '37 FORD V-S Coach. Will polTfor $275. L. F. Funk. •!."> W. Wjishing- ton St., second floor. TRAILKR^2;n£ tT. St ro;TmIined Aero Type Trailer. 2 rooms, air brakes, largo observation platform: cash or will trade for late piodel car ami <1 iff ore nee. A real •ome on wheels. Apply L. Pierre •ottemer. Artist, center of Exhi- mtion Bldpr.. Fairgrounds. SEE US BEFORE VOU BUY Due to the tfro.it increase in Sales of the new HHO Chrysler and Plymouth cars, we are now able to offer the greatest Bargains in used cars for quick turnover Featured Cars for this Week 1935 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan with automatic g-ear shift. 1937 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Tr£. Sedan. 1937 FORD 2 dr. Sedan. Radio & heater. 1936 OLDSMOBTLE 4 dr. Sedan. 1936 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1936 DODGE 4 dr. Trg Sedan. Radio and heater. 193-> FORD, Dlx. Coupe, with rum- hl« seat. 19.15 OHF.VROLK . Master 4 dr. Sdn. Many Other Mnkos and Models to Relict from, S2"> fo Jfif'.VOO Top allowance for your old car in trade. Lowest finance rate* MARYLAND MOTOR CO.. Inc. KS-62 W. Franklin St. Phone 2.>00 "Tour Chrysler and Plymouth F. J. UACK—Reupholstering & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable _DJJ OOS Ph 3ur.f. 2S R Franklin Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 A\ attractive young lady to model for artist at Hagerstown Fair. Apply evenings. L. Pierre Bottemer, conjter of Kxhihition Bldg. AN old established company will have -. good paying position in this city October 2.1nl for intelligent, resourceful woman age 274.'. Must have good education and personality. teaching or experience meeting public an advantage. Give full Information and phono number in confidence for persona! interview. Write Box 10o c-o HeraUI-Mail. EARN* CASH:—.".O Christmas Cards, §1, name inscribed! Amazing value: Other Personals, Deckle Edffe Kraftone, Goldtone, Silvertone. Assortments, Experience unnecessary. Free samples. Noel Studios 9 E. 26th. Dept. 7S21, New York GIRL—For general housework by day or live in. Good home. 107 W Wilson Blvd. Phone 2S64.T MEN* X- WOMEN- MAKE EXTRA MONET S.--11 Christmas <"ards mailed Santa flaus. Sensational bv Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES—lOc to 40c bu. Pears, 30c <Sr. 7i5c bu. Sweet cider, 10c gal fcihade & fruit trees, 5c & lOc. Bennett Farm, Halfway. Phone FOR SALE—Irish Cobbler potatoes SI.00 per bu. York Imperial apples, 2.">c per bu.. tree run. M. E Horst. Phone 4042F22 APARTMENT—216 Summit Ave. Iwo unfurnished rooms. Possession immediately. Frank Bcachlev. FURNISHED — 3 rooms, kitchen, private bath, electric refrigerator; garage: :>0l W. Wilson Blvd FURNISHED—3 rooms and bath- heat and softened hot water all year: heated garage; janitor: 655 S. Potomac, ) — 6 rooms, convenience; 53.oO weekly; reference. Apply Lynwood Road and Sherman Ave " 307 BRYAN PLACE—7 room house, all conveniences. Xewlv papered Possession at oncp. The Fair Association will receive entries" for tha Household Department at its office in th* basement of the Second National Bank Build- OF VALUABLE FARM AND MOUNTAIN LAND IN BLAIR'S VALLEY. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Washington County passed on the 7th day of October, A ; £>• 1939. in Equity cause No. J4U14. in which George T. Prather and Charles Rockwell, Executors, are the Plaintiffs and John H. Hull et a], are the Defendants, the undersigned Trustee appointed in said decree will offer at public sale in front of the Court .House in Hagerstown, Maryland, on TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1939. between the hours of 1 o'clock and 3 o'clock p. m., all the following described farm and tract of mountain land, together with the improvements thereon, situate and lying in Blair's Valley, in the Clearspring Election District. Washington County. Maryland, of which David Hull, late of said county, died seized and possessed: Parcel No. 1: Comprising three tracts or parcels of land, ail lying contiguous and being all that farm containing- 127,25 acres of land, more or less, situate and lying along both sides of the Stone Cabin" or Hanging Rock Road in Clearspring Election District, and being more fully described in that certain deed from Charles E. Kisner to the said David Hull dateci the 2nd day of June. 1936. and recorded in Liber No. 201. Folio 243. one of the Land Records of Washington County, which deed is hereby referred to for a more particular description of said real property. The improvements thereon consist of 3. seven room log weatherboarded frame house,"frame barn, hog pen and wagon shed, corn crib, one car frame garage, frame spring house with never failing spring near house, log smoke house, chicken house, and. work shop. All buildings are in good state of repair and roofs are jrood. Some fruit, a/bout forty acres of cleared land in good state of cultivation and the balance In voung timber. The whole tract Is fenced. The paid farm will be offered by the acre and as a whole.' The self- ers reserve a.11 interest in the corn crop now standing 1 in shocks on the premises and reserve the right to themselves and to the cropper to go upon the premises to husk and remove said crop of corn. With the above reservation, possession to said premises shall be given upon ratification and compliance with the terms of sale. PARCEL XO. 2: Being all that tract or parcel of unimproved mountain land containing- ?9.6 acres of land, more or less, comprising throe tract? all lying- contiguous and situate In Blairs Valley, on and near both sides of the Stone Cabin Road, m the, Clearspring Election District, adjoining Parcel No. 1 hereinbefore described and more particularly de- HAGERSTOWX. M3> By virtue of a. decree of th« Circuit Court for Washlngrton County. passed in -No. 14103 Equity tember 22, 1939. the u/d Trr " sftee 5 w i n « ffer a t public sale In front of the Court House -In Ha- nrrnnv^ JVI , a , rylandl on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1939, between the hours of one and three p. m., the following- described real estate situate m 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 btreet fronting <6 feet, more or less. on the East side of North Potomac Street and extending- back there- trom alon& the north marginal line of Broadway with uniform width ln . an easterly direction a distance of 140 feet, more or less, to the property of C. Harry Keller, being- tne same property conveved to B A- Vvareham from Maria Edwards. Ex. : ?Sn- ' b / deed dated January 17* 190o, and recorded in Liber 120. folid '30, of the Washing-ton County Land Records. This property Is improved by a three story frame dwelling house known as N O . 456 North Potomac Street containing twelve rooms and a bath. A desirable ioca- a .P a rtroent house. DA«t . PARCEL NO. 2. A lot of ground on the ^rth side of Wilson Boulevard fronting thereon 36.5 feet and e ? i e r"n jl r ns back therefrom a, distance of 100 feet, bounded on the west by * p i, u i bl !r c alley ' im Pfoved by a double frame dwelling- house known as Nos. 112-114 Wilson Boulevard. ' e v-l e havin ^ TPAT»r.T v- . PARCEL NO. 3. A lot of ground on the North aide of Wilson Boulevard fronting thereon 3S.5 -feet and ^tending back therefrom a distance of 100 feet, being adjoined on the west by Parcel No. 2. improved bv a double frame dwelling house known FU^° S - P:118,wnson Boulevard. East, each side having six rooms Parcels Nos. 2 and 3 being the west half of Lots 21. 22. 23 and^'of in* from October 16th. inclusive. Five 3rd to October articles entered will entitle the exhibitor to a season ticket on payment of 50 cents. A. K. HOFFMAN, president. Merchandise Wanted—To Rent _„_ W ANTE D—Su 11 e "o~rTfflce7~for phT" sician, downtown Hagerstown. Ad- 'irps-s Box 01. Heralrl-Mail Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate R REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY ^Siimmi* Ave. Phnn/v 12'ij POT unll .IK STOCK OF HEALEY'S Farms and Land For Sale 83 2 Furnished Rooms with porch 2nd floor. One large unfurnished room, 3rd floor. 22R E. AntietarnSt Real Estate For Rent Apartment* and Flats 74 SWEET CIDER— Pure apple iuic^" 20c per gal. Snyder'a Orchard' Si i d e r Avenue. STARKS Delicious, Stayinan \vTn~eI sap. .1 bu., $1.00. J. E. Retts, near Mary'snri Coal and Wood 5t-A DISTRIBUTORS - O. P. Automatic Coal Burners ATERS BROTHERS Rear 3!) W. Antietam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phon* 900-001 APARTMENT—4 rooms, modern- newly rennished; automatic heat and hot wat.; 1241-W, 448 Sum. Av. APT.S.—22 N. Potomac. 21 W. Wash IS W. Ant., 24 & 240 E. Wash. " <..RQH REALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av APARTMENTS—Steam heat. 2. 3 and 4 rooms; $3.00 per week up Apply ill) N. Potomac St. Ph. 612. FOR quick sale of your, farm or town porperty. lisU it with W. N. Bond, No. 227 Summit Avenue. Phone 14ol-J. (Open evenings) l..p - 130 - SO ACRES, all productive & desirably located. D. M. Ridenour. Smlthsburg Md 10 CRES — 6 room house, plenty fruit, electric: hard road. $3500 C Houses For Sale _Ph. 2SSH ~84 A PTC.—42 East Ave., newly refinished. ft rooms. Frigldaire, carafe. 641-f. W. Franklin St.. modern. G rooms A bath. Phone 262W. LYKENS VALLEY HARD COAL— Lumpy run of mine. C. C. Bur- gpss.'217 S Potomac. Phone 112f> Good Things To Eat 57 APPLES—Stayman and .Stark's Delicious. Diffendnll Orchard, Smithsburg-. Phone 6'.'. APPLES—Grimes. Delicious. Jonathan, Pound Apples. .Staymans, Bananas, Yorks and Txviprs. Sweet cider. Martin Storage. Phone SJ£j_2. Open ev Household Goods It COOK STOY E— \Vi til"^aYe~r~t"ank attached. Good condition. Cheap 120 S. Mulberry St. ELECTRIC Refrigerator in fine condition. Bargain. Owner leaving town. Call i:> S. Potomac. Apt. l. FOR SALE — Antique mahogany sideboard. See Mrs. Kent Miller 214 N. Potomac. St.. 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. HEATI1OLA—2 to ?, room. Call aft*,4 p m. Monday, 106 s Lornnt St. AVALON APAHTMENT. S. Potomac •^t.—Fourth floor. Danzer Lumber Co. AT'ATn^lENTlITl 2 E. Wash~sT I rooms & bath. 3d floor, modern In _«ve_rv respect. SSR. Phon« 545. A PA RTMENT—4 rooms and batTr all conveniences. Apply 25 North Avenue. BEAUTIFUL Home in perfect condition. S rooms, oak floors -oil heat, lovely lawn. 2 car garage an outstanding: value. DOliBLE— Attractive Investment, good street and location, annual rental S3oO; price $2600. Farm 160 acres, large stone house, barn, good road, $50 acre. N. B. Rowe 26 N Potomac St. LARGE CLOTHES. INCORPORATED. I, D. Angle Wolfinger, Trustee in No. 14092 Equity, will offer at private sale, to the highest bidder the entire stock of Healey's Clothes, Incorporated. «ow located at No. 2-1 North Potomac street, HaRerstown, Maryland. including- rain coats, summer suits, sport coats, three- piece suits, trousers, hats, shirts, ties, handkerchiefs, hose, show cases, tables, shelving- and equipment, said bids to be sealed and delivered to me at my office. 503 Second Xa- ilonal Bank Building-, on or before .. .,. in that certain deed "from vvilham C. Kisner to the said David Hull dated t.he 3th day O f November, A. D. 1936. and recorded in Liber No. 202. Folio 415. another of the Land Records of Washington County, which deed is hereby r»"fer- red to for a more particular' description of said real property Th« entire tract 5s fenced. Possession or said real property shall be given upon ratification and compliance with the terms of sal». TERMS OF SALE:—One-half of the purchase money to be paid on the day- of sale or the ratification thereof by the Court and the residue in one year from t.h<> day of sale with interest thereon from said day, the purchaser or purchasers to give his or their notes or r, , Manufac- MIniirg. and Land Improvement Company's No. l 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* OI ?«- wl £ h u "iforni width a distance of 104 feet to an alley, being the same property conveyed to • E A VVareham from David M. Duty "and wife by deed dated Julv 11 is«2 and recorded In Liber 99,* Folio lis! of said Land Records. This property s improved by a double frame dw»l- ling house known as Nos. 607-603 George Street having five rooms "on eacn sio<?. PARCEL NO. 5. Two unimproved N L?nl °f f ^ ro . Ut . nd , situate on th « East .side of North Prospect Street known Ifm^i T? S ' r 71 and 72 on tne PIa t of Samuel H. Long and E. A. War-^^ s ^ a - nd recorded in Plat Record folio 2,, one of the records. In th» ? f ""> Sjerk of- the Circuit t t<Z r TVashJn ^ton County, each - f S 5j d j° ts fri ^ntlng 40. feet .on said rt K P J os ? ect Street and extend- back therefrom in an easterlv with surety or sureties to .„. approved by said Trustee for the said deferred payment, or all cash at the option of the purchaser A cash deposit of $50 o n each parcel to be mnrto to the Trustee on the flay of sal P. HARVEY M. MILLER. Frod M. TVh.itP. Auct. 11:00 o'clock on October. 1939. the 21st Certified clay of check- amounting to one-third of the bid to accompany the same. Trustee reserves the right to re- lect any and all bids. AH checks received on bids rejected will be returned at once. Stock can be seen by applying to the address of the Trustee between the hours of 10:00 and 12:00 o'clock a. m. (Signed) P. ANGLE WOLFINGER, PUBLK OF VALUABLE REAL TATEIJ IN ALL MODERN—,s rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 B Washington St. Call 133S-R, FA1 RGROUND AVE.-37— Furnished use of phone and apartments; garage. FOR RENT—4 room apartment. Centrally located. Call 2."i36M. FURNISHED bedroom, kitchenette and bath, private entrance. 20" South Prospect St. 2 MODERN 4 & 5 room apartments; all conveniences; centrally located; S22..-.0 and $27. SO per mo. Hagerstown Realty Co., Realtors 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 166. NORTH END— 2nd fioor apartment ?. rooms with private bath; immediate possession. Phone 1239-.L ... ^ r MODEL .".-K and SS-A-,% \Vashor leaiurr: Larp* selfctvn DeLuxe i Ir.-ner Combination. A real hn Personal Oiristmas <';mls wit» •! era In at S$0.«10. KOH.\TAX-\V \R\ namo. Also :>0 for J1.0f> name in.- '' Inc.. 3.\ XV. Franklin St " . ' printer]; and IT exclusive fast- " HV'TO for profit. Stud vv HK.N vuij lose track or this number—104. classified art-Taker Wli POTOMAC AVE3 rooms "&" bath". all newly papered. Phone lO r »i>M or 5SO. hath. large rooms, private hath, ic hear, garage, exchisivA ~ BLILDING A HOME IS EASY NOW. Tell us what kind you want an.! we will take care of ail detail-financing, etc. ORO1C REALTY _Cj>.. 13 Summit Ave. DOtHiLE HRiCK—Annual rTnuU income $300. Good tenants Priced for quick sale. $2.000. Court Realty Co.. 214 2nd National Bank _BJ rt p. Ph one 2 4 S l. O A V ETO W N p f K K~f Ju ~n~ Ka i O "\v7™17l oonvs., R-ood condition, shrubhorv :u«l jjnra.tr*>.-. Easy terms. Loanv _lns.. Rentals. John T.. Swain Apcy. Public Sale S tTpi xT"*^ rt*^ T?&' lf*l A *T T^ TOCK SALE I will sell in front of Court House, Hagerstown, Md., TT'ESDAY. OCTOBER 17 At 11 a. m. .". shares Potomac Edison 7% I'r-f.>rred stock. TERMS—fash. FKEO M. WHITE. Aiict iV.n^iT. ESTATE HOOK WASHINGTON coux- By virtue of a power of sale con- in ^-I n a mortgage dated March i.->, 13.-6, and recorded among the Land Records of Washington County m Liber Xo. 17y. folio 546. de- tault having occurred therein and tne same havinjr been duly assigned to 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, Washington County, Maryland, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 193S between the hours of l and 3 o clock P. M., all that farm situated about I mile north of Weverton in - PARCEL "NO. 6. A lot of ground situate on the West sfde of North Prospect Street fronting thereon a hiVv n ?2 Ot , 40 f f et and ^-tending back therefrom in a westerly di- ™ction 140 feet, more or less, to a 10-foot alley, being Lot No. 15 as d— signated on the said Plat of Samuel H Long and E. A. Wareham's Land. Jhis property is improved bv a double brick dwelling house with a slate roof known as Nos. 601-603 North Prospect Street, havinir 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 rround 2" * h , e , West , side o f North Pfospect Street fronting thereon a distance of 40 feet and extending back therefrom in a westerly direction 140 feet, more or less, to a 10-foot alley, being Lot No. 19 as designated on the said Plat of Samuel ILLong and E. A Wareham's Land. This property |«, improved by a double brick dwelling house with slate roof known as Nos. 617-619 North Prospect Street having six rooms and 'a riath on each side with good hot ai>- furnaces. This property Is now , " two a l? art ments on one sid aS a residence on th « other the °,-, S ' A 1<3t Of side of North Prospect «n ri l oriti r* r th ereon a distance o. 40 feet and extending back there- from in a westerly direction 140 feet. more or less to a 10-foot alley, be* ° as d « sl snated on th i DI > on the sau Plat of Samuel H. Long and E. A. Uarehams Land. This propertv is improved hy a double brick dwef- Img house with slate roof known as Nos. o9,-.>99 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. 9. A lot of ground on the East side of North Prospect , ... , fronting- thereon a distance of 40 feet and extending back there- from in an easterly direction 150 reet to a 12-foot alley, being Lot No- Si^f.-WT* 0 ^ on the said Plat of' E. A. Vfare- ?H la »'- 1 - < ,, mor * /•"r'iesVand known"a» { proved Ty""a douTle^Pc^dwIllSg the \\ilham K Stonebraker Home house _with sjate roof known as \Vashing-ton County. Maryland Von- j -Samuel H. Long and taming 232U acres and f» perches ham's Land. This pr 1-arm and adjoining the lands „. ( hur!es Virts and others-, and b^ing the same property convened to Fli/- i *!<le with trood aheth " " ' ' — ' _ Nos. 402-4.-.4 North Prospect Street having s be rooms and a bath on each hot air furnaces ' aheth s. Oodles and John Sprigs This property is now rented as tw'o Hodsrt-s. hor husband, by Nettie C. Upartruents on one side and "as a. Mo:u-l,raker. Trustee, by deed dated j| residence on the other side. i Rental possession of the Improved properties above described will ! iie^ given upon ratification of the tsa.e and compliance with the terms ecorded in Lithe aforesaid . March i;,. ln2s. and ber 170. folio 54C Land Records. This property is improved by a --story frame d w*lli r-.g with slate! roof cr.ntainir.g 12 rooms. cellar! TERMS OF SALE:— One-hair of DOUBLE—Va. Ave. Large lot $2.SOO. Will finance. Single, Summit Ave.. all conveniences. S3,300 only $300 cash required. Modern double brick, X End. will sell at a loss. Good double brick, will take Strole i 1 VIRGINIA i o£ unfv AVE.-llA—3 "furnished C ° nVS " K * s single as part payment. Realty Co.._A^rcade Bldg M I" L P. E R Ft Y A~V KT^TTo on $4.900. John E, Taylor -Vsencv 2mi Xafl °.ank Bldg. Ph. S3$'. ' N LOCUST ST.—6 room brick, bath"! hot water heat, concreted cellar Sacrifice, S2.">00. Easy terms — T -OH REALTY CO.. 13 Summit Av PROSPECT ST.-S.—S room home excellent condition, auto, heat- priced for quick sale at $6,250 Court Realty Co.. 214 2mi Nation_ a -!_i l rtnk BIJg. Phon e 2 4 S1. TWELVE rooms, lavatory. Two hnths. oil h\irr.i»r. summer n'ml win- t*r air cotulitioninsr. att;^ fan: ex- o^ll^jit condition. ^xcitiNiv^ unction W. MURRAY HAECTITEL Aconcy,' S:-iV))u! National Rank Kids;. ."» TSRTOK Houses AttachM, c^ntral- ly located: all rer. t*vl; fine in VST A. L. Zahn. Ph. *.">\V or 1»'»."»S\V. * Room RunfiTftlow, j?ara«r^, h^t! PuiSLEC SALE VAI.t'ABLE BUILDING LOT NORTH KXD AND DWELLING ON CHESTNUT STREET. The undersigned will offer at public sale in front of the v!ourt House, - -- -- — in Hagerstown, Maryland, on Tl'KS- ' c " r - vi satisfactory to the under- DAY. OCTOBER 17. m9, between i s '* :ifl(! Ar al! cash at the option of the hours of 1:00 and 3.:00 o'clock ' p. m.: I L All that lot <-f ground situnto on the Southeast, corner formed by ih*-- intersection of Irvjn Avenue ami \Voodland Way. fronting on Irvi-i I Avenue more than 100 feen and hav- i ing- -a depth of 20." 1c.*t; beinsr known ns Lot Xo. 36. Section "\" of Northern Heights. _-. Lots N'os. Si and 32. Section 12 of Hagerstown Manufacturing, Mining and Land Improvement Company's No. 2 Addition to Hajrers- !<-.wn. fronting •"'<'* feet on the East ing of rhestm:t Street and extend- hack Th^refr.iin a distance of .".n: known as No. 714 Chestnut t. Tli* lr»nd i-- improved hy a .... m. frame u \veS!i:i j*. electric- furnace , and sin- TERMS OF ' SALE-: Or^-f,v:rtfc i^h *.n_Th^ fifty of sal* rtrui tho *'.a r,""'" 1 in thirTy ^^ys LEO H. MILLER, Attorney. deposit of $2u'».i.'U on the day of sale, one-half or the purchase price upon ratification of the sale by the Court, and the balance in one year with inter- i he deferred payment to be se- purchaser JOSEPH D. MISH. Assignee for foreclosure and collection. Lov:n fred M. White. Solicitor. Auctioneer PU or STOCK Will offer at public sale in front the ( ourt House on TUESDAY OCTOBER 17th. m» THIRTY- THREE m) SIIAP.ES of the Vot- niPT Trust Certificates. (common st<>ok) of the U*. K, Prior Company. TERMS OF SALE—Cash. ROBKRT H. Mo<\\rLEY, Attorney, JOSEF""! r. SXYDKR, Auctioneer. purchaser purchasers with surety or sureties to be approved by" the said trustees, or all cash at the option or the purchaser or purchasers, the purchaser or purchasers to be required to make a deposit of ten per cent of the purchase price on th* day of sale. MILDRED W. COCHRAN EDWARD A. WAREHAM. JR CONSUELO W. POWELL. Trustees. Robert H. McCauley. Attorney. Fred M. White, Merchandise YOU'LL. Bo the val- ts which ar« o3«re4 daily la the i>iiMrtfi«4 Mfe u USED CIRCULATING HEATERS $10.00 Up Terms ay loxv as $1.2.1 per week Open Evenings by Appointment Shockey Furniture Co. 26-28-30 Summit Ave. Ph. 120*

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