The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 16, 1939 · Page 11
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1939. It's Easy To Save Money When You Plan Your Buying Through Classified Ads HERALD-MAIL INFORMATION All ads are restricted to their proper classifications and to tn« regular Herald-Mail styi* of typ«. Errors In advertisements should b* reported immediately. The Herald-Mail will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. Advertlslnc ordered for Irregular Insertion takes the one time rate. FHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ad a taken for less than a basis of three lines. Count six average Svords to the line. The average .Word contains eix Utters. Daily rates per line for consecutive insertions: All Classified Advertising- ta CASH-IN-ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Cash Kate One time 10 per Una Three times 08 per line Six times 06 per line Ads ordered for three or six times hind stopped before expiration will .be charged for only the number of timea the ad appears and adjustments made at tho rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertla- |nr upon request. Careful attention riven to email Orders. WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE) Y.OUR AD The Classified Advertising Department la situated at the tlerald- •faf! office. These offices are open to recolve advertisements from 8 "A, M. to 8 p. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A, AL will appear in edition Pa.ue day and 8 P. At. will appear n edition following: day. The Ad-taker will g-ladly assist rou, if desired, so that the copy for four ad ID prepared in such a msui- per as to bring the greatest results. CLASSIFIED INDEX The following advertisements un- tter the following classifications are arranged in ALPHABETICAL order •Tor quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memoriaum. 3—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Good*. 5—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7—Personals. t —Bowling Alley*. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Ix>»t. Strayed arid Found. AUTOMOTIVE •11—Automobiles for Sale. 12—Autos for Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work. Painting, Tops and Upholstery. 15— Motorcycles and Bicycles. 16—Repairing and Service Station*. i?—Tires, Parts, Accessories. 17 A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 18B—Barber Shop*. 18C—Radio Repairing. 18D—Welding and Braxing. 19—Building and Contracting. SO—Cleaning. Dyeing. Renovating. 21— Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—J-leating, Plumbing:. Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 24—Laundering. 25—Moving. Trucking:. Storage. 26—Painting. Papering. Decorating. 27— Printing. Engraving. Binding. ZS—ProfessTonal Service. 29- 1 —Repairing and Reflnlshlng. 29A—Piano Tuning and Repairing. 29B—Shoe -Repairing. 2!)C—Harness and Leather Good*. *0—Tailoring-and. Pressing. "-'"• II—Wanted—Business- Service. EMPLOYMENT 42—Help Wanted—Female. 83—Help Wanted—Male. 34— Help—Male and Female. 85—Solicitors, Canvasser.**. Agent*. 6(5—Situations Wanted—Female. »7—Situations Wanted—Male. FINANCIAL. $8—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments. Stocks. Bond*. 39A—Investments. 40—Money to Loan, Mortgage*. 41—Wanted— To Buy. 41A—Wanted—To Borrow. , INSTRUCTION 42—Correspondence Courses. 43—Local Instruction Classes. 44—Musical Dancing. Dramatic*. 45—Private Instruction. 45 A—Instruction—Male. 46—Wanted—Instruction. LI VESTOCK 47—Dogs. Cats. Other Pet*. 48—Horses. Cattle. Other Stock. 49—Poultry and Supplies. •0—Wanted—Livestock. MERCHANDISE • 1—Articles* for Sale. I1A—Barter and Exchange K2—Beats and Accessories. 63—Building Materials. 64—Business and Office Equljvment, B5—Farm and Dairy Product*,. 66 —Feed and Fertilizer. RfiA—Conl and Wonrt Announcements Personals CHAHIS Jt dwavis. t v alterations. Lora Fahrney, representative. S27 Hamilton Blvc 1 Phone 703. INSTALLED the past 1! years T.O hath rooms, 20 heating plants, many more, sinks, tanks, houters, "Standard Fixtures" a.t. mail order prices. Let us estimate on ne.w material and repairs. Marry K. Zelle.r & Son, licensed plumber, 10-". E. Hillcrest. Phone 22-IO-M. JMEN OLD AT 40! GET PEP—New OSTREX Tonic Tablets contain Invigorators, stimulants. 70 year old doctor says "i take Ostrex myself." $1.00 size, special today SOc. Call, •write Rudy Rexall Pharmacy. Announcements Personals NOTICE—1 will not be responsible for any bills made by anyone other than myself. (Signed) C. A. BRECHBILL. Lost, Strayed, Found 10 HOLSTEIN COW — Strayed from Wyand Farm. Notify Henry Moser, N. White Hall. LOST—Black Schaffer pencil with initials- L. B. B. Reward jt returned to S19 Hamilton Blvd. Automotive Automobiles for Sal* 11 '37 FORD V-S Coach. Will sell for $275. L. F. Funk, 45 W. Washington St., second floor. TRAILER—23% ft. Streamlined Aero Type Trailer, 2 rooms, air brakes, large observation platform; cash or will trade for late model car and difference. A real home on wheels. Apply L. Pierre Bottemer, Artist, center of Exhibition Bldg 1 ., Fairgrounds. BUI' A QUALITY USED CAR We have the finest selection of Used Cars in town to offer at Prices never heard of before. All cars in Tip Top Condition and ready for Winter driving. Featured Car for the Week 1938 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Automatic Gear Shift. 1937 CHRYSLER Royal 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 1937 FORD Coupe. Driven only 7450 miles. 1937 FORD 2 dr. Sedan. Radio & Heator. 1036 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Dlx. Sedan. 1936 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Sedan with Heater. 1936 DODGE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Radio & Heater. 1935 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Many Other Makes and Models to Select From, $25.Oo to $750.00 Highest Trade-in Allowance Lowest Finance Rates MARYLAND MOTOR CO., Inc. 5G-G2 W. Franklin St. Phone 2500 ."Your Chrysler and Plymouth Distributor'' IT'S SMART TO BE PREPARED Buy a car that is Reconditioned to meet the exacting- requirements that fall and winter demand. Each car is carefully shop checked and road tested to definite performance standards to insure you of uninterrupted service. Trade in your present car for a better one while our-selection is good. The specials listed below are only a few of the many fine bargains we are offering:. Again: "It's Smart to be Prepared." Easiest Terms in Town 1930 CHEVROLET Master DeL. Town Sedan. A beautiful green finish, demonstrator. Can be purchased at a great sav- "ings. 1935 CHEVROLET Master Town Sedan. Gray finish, upholstery and tires perfect, runs like new. Do not fail to Inspect this outstanding: bargain. Orilv $575 1933 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 $525 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 ... 5305 1937 PACKARD 1.20 Coupe. Excellent gray finish, radio, all good tires. Here Is really a new car In appearance and condition, low mileage. Compare this price ' $675 1936 FORD Tudor Sedan. Gray finish, spotless upholstery, unusually smooth and quiet running: •. $L > !K r i 1936 PLYMOUTH. 2 dr. Sedan. Green finish. looks line and runs beautifully; hydraulic brakes. A rea 1 value $2!ir> 1935 DODGE 4 dr. Sedan. Black. This car is in exceptionally line condition, low milensre. nearly new tires. Only .. $295 TRUCKS CHEVROLET'S & FORDS Slakes — -Panels — Pick-ups Many More to Select From At Prices Accordingly HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES I nc. USED CAR LOT 313 W. Washington St. Phone 458 Look for the Dip: Neon Sign . "Between the Railroads" SNOW BERGER'S SAFETY TESTED USED CARS "The Best Used Cars in Town" at Bargain Prices 3S OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. 3S OLDSMOBILE 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. Automsvtic Safety Transmission. 3S DK SOTO Trg. Sedan. 3S CHEVROLET Mstr. DeL. Town Sedan' 37 OLDSMOBILE 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. :(6 OLDSMOBILK -I dr. Trg. Sedan. :',;". OLDSMOBIL1-: 4 <lr. Trg. Sedan. 3-1 OLDSMOB1LK 2 dr. Trg. Sedan. Come In! Look those Fine Cars over: yon ;ire under no obligations. .1. S. SXOWBKUGKIl ,«- SONS 21 !> 1C. WashingiVm St. I'hone SOI SAFETY FIRST BUi A CERTIFIED CAR 6 Days Driving Trial .10 Days Guarantee F LEI Oil MOTOR CO. C.70 Oak [I111 Ave. Phon<- 2300 1!>:U» FORD Dlx. Sedan (Black). 1037 FOIID Sedan (Black). 11136 FOKD Coach ( Black). l!i:?fi PLYMOUTH Sedan (Brown). FORD Coach (Black). l:i:»2 FOlvT> Coupe (Blue). KOI ID Dump Truck. HIS.". CHEVROLET C. C. FORD Truck. 1931 FORD Pickup. NEWMAN AUTO CO. Phone 74 Smithshurg. Md. Automotive Automobiles for Sal* 11 FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Pang-born Blvd. & Paper Mill Road YOU'LLThe surprised at the values offered daily in the classified ads. MODEST MAIDENS Tr»d«m«rk R«ifi«ter«d U. S. Ttltnt Office m *&& ~fk* board of directors mad* him do it!" 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. '37 PONTIAC 6 Touring- Sedan. '36 LA SALLE Str. S Tour. Sedan. '3G PONTIAC C Business Coupe. '37-41 BUICK Touring Sedan. '37 CHEVROLET Town Sedan. '36 PONTIAC Touring Coach. •35 41 BUICK Trg. Sedan. •35 CHEVROLET Standard Coach. '34 PONTIAC DeLuxe Sedan. '33 BUICK Viet. Coupe. '33 BUICK DeLuxe Sedan. * EXTRA SPECIALS •3J BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan. '30 CHRYSLER 4 dr. Sedan. - 2S PAIGE 4 Dr. Sedan. These cars are. all "BUICK CONDITIONED" and Real Bargains at the price asked. Se« Them and Select Yours Today USED CAR MARKET 224 Frederick St. Phone 2208 The Thumma Motor Co.* Buick Dealer Open Evenings Until 10 O'Clock Autos For Hire 12 HI-DE-HI taxi driver now using 12th car. Nobody ever hurt. PAUL H. JOHNSON. Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 1935 Harley-Davidson 74 motorcycle, fully equipped, a good snappy job, priced right. Terms. DELPHEY'S, 31 E. Franklin St. Ph. 5. BICYCLE Parts, tires; repairing: also bicycles for rent; open Sund'ys Twigg Cycle Co.. 43 N. Mulberrv. Repairing &. Service Stations 16 L'4 HR. SERVICE—Towing, repairing & lubricating. Shafer's Garage, 140 E. Franklin St. ' Phone 722. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 GLASS — Sold and replaced in automobiles, mirrors, window glass. Glass Shop. IILocust. Ph. 26!)3W Radio Repairing RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to 6:00 P. M. TARBART BROS. 325 W Washington St. Phone 24S Repairing and Refinishing 29 F. J. GACK—Reupholstering & repairing furniture. Mattresses renovated, work first class, reasonable orlces. Ph. 3050 28 E, Franklin. Employment Help Wanted—Female JASIl. JN on sales-winning "Blue Ribbon" 21-Card $1 Christmas Box Assortment. Pays 100% profit. Gift Wraps, Etchings. Religious Boxes and other fast-selling money-makers. Free Sample OfCer. Chilton Greetings. 1001-A Chestnut St., 'Philadelphia. v-" RELIABLE girl for housework. Apply 101. N. Potomac St. GIRL to take care of two children; at once; stay nights: no washing or i run ing. Apply 2.'!1 S. .Pot. St. SMALL family in town, few miles from Htigerstown desires lady to help care for child and help with housework. Good home for refined person. Small salary. Write Box HO. c-o .Mail. WOMAN OF CHARACTER. "Well educated. 27-4r>, for permanent full time position. Must be interested in educational service, possey.sing initiative and mental :tlertness. Give ug'e, ex^i.. education and phono number for personal interview. Writu Kux 101, o/o Iler:ild-M;iil. \VE PAY jr..00 for .selling ten $1.00 boxes. 50 beautiful assorted name imprinted Christmas cards null ing $1.00—your profit 50c. Free sample offer. Thomas Poran Co., 2SSA White Plains. N. Y. WANTED — Two salesladies for Avon Products. Phone 100.1 after fi P. M. Ask for Mrs. Smith. Help Wtinied—Male 13 ?ORN Huskers; one mile, north of Cearfoss. Greencastle pike. Paul M. Horst. MAN to conduct on shares or commission a public storage husinoss. Experience necessary. Truck owner preferred. Inquire Elmer K. Eycrly. IS Washington. MAX—:t:,-no years of age. steady work mi established grocery route. Experience unnecessary. Average $30 weekly to start. 'Write Watkins, i;3l Johnson Ave., Newark, N. -I. -tOlJ'ri-' man with car wanted to service local nu* anil rnmly route. Cash investment for inventory. $30 weekly guaranteed. Reply by letter only. K. N. C., Inc.. 150 Varick Si., New York. Help—Male and Female WANTED—At once: a reliable man and wife. or -widower to farm small place on .shares. Write Box 113 c-o Horalrl-M.iil. Situations Wanted—Male 37 BOY—Ifi years old. wants work on farm. Experienced milker. Write Box ION, c/o He ra 1 d - ^ 1 a ij. FARM \VOTOv wantefrby"inoTU"h~or '. year. I. J. Leiningor, Greencastle, Pa.. Rt. No. 1. Financial Businets Opportunity 38 BEER Tavern for sale: 10 room furnished house. Central. Write Box lOr, Herald-Mail. FOR SALE—Retail grocery & general merchandise business with storeroom for rent. Owner wants to retire. For details write Herald-Mail Box PS. GROCERY STORE—Goo,l location, price ronsonnhle.. Will sell nr trade. Write Rox 102. Hera M-Ma il. MAN to service route of lepral Vending Machines, spare or full time, excellent income. Must have car and $37,"> cash. Write Box 107. UeraM-Mail. RESPONSIBLE man (Gentile preferred) wanted to inanagc and operate a permanent business in city and county. Income assured ami pleasant working conditions. (No selling). Cash investment and references necessary. For personal interview write, sriving phone number to 1 1 2 1 ieraUl-MarK Money to Loan — Mortftfet 40 HERE'S A TOWN'S END PLAN THAT'S SURE TO WORK If you want to send a message to the town's end, put that message into a few pointed words, and then put those words into the Want Ad columns. The Want Ad section will cany your message all over town and even beyond the town's end. Instruction Musical, Dancing, Dramatic! 44 DANCING classes now forming: also private lessons. Strasser's Dancing School. f»4 W. Wash. 1(^7.1 Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 WATCH for shipments, Steers, Stockers, Feeders, Club Calves Bought on Order. Sam Pashen, Phone 4094F22. Poultry and Sup^Iie* 41 CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd., E. Phone 962J. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone 80$. EGG PRICES going up every day. The wise poultryman is giving his Hock Don Sung. Keeps the flock healthier. Gets more eggs. Try it at our risk. HOWARD'S, 7 E. Balto. St. Phone SOC. Merchandise 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 & kegs, direct from distil-lery. Moses Berkson. 14T, N. Jonathan. Ph. 218. GENUINE Maytag parts and oil. We repair all make washers. Hagerstown Maytag Co.. 1015 S. Potomac. Ph. 062. HEATING boiler capable of taking care of G50 ft. of steam or 800 ft, hot water, in very good condition. Also one gas automatic water heater used 1 yr.: good prices for quick sale. Potomac Heating £ Supply, 402 AV, Howard St. MINIATUUE model airplane motor, S4.7".. One -,£ H. P. motor, $4.7;'.. Both in excellent condition. 21 N. Jonathan St. Phone 4S:!.I. MIS AT display cas^s. miy size, new or usid; walk-in boxes, coils, compressors, motors, meat grinders, etc, Johnston lief rig. Service, 900 Mulberry Ave. PIPE—Fittinga boiler;-, radiators, toilet outilts, pulleys, belt, pumps, tanks, lathes, drill presses, desks, chairs, files, etc. 11AGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Maryland Ave. Phone H6 STNXYSTDE HEATER — 4 room size. Price $2.'..00. Used 2 months. W. A. Miller, Chcwsville. USED PLUMBING & Beating Fixtures—Sinks, Lavatories & Tubs, Arcola Heaters, Heating Boilers & Radiation. Guaranteed condition. Bargain prices. Maryland Pipe A Mttals Corp. ?,r>4 W Church St. Phone 103!l Business & Office Equipment 51 FLAT TOP DESK—Medium size, slightly used. AVill sacrifice $12.00. Smith's Store. SI". Dale St. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES—lOc to -JUc liu. Pears, TiOc .V 7fi<: bu. Swoot cider, lUc gal. Shade & fruit trees, iic it lOc. Bennett Funn, Ua.lf\vay. Phone 2217.112. FOR SALE—Irish Cobbler potatoes, $1,00 per bu. York Imperial apples, 2fic per bu., tree run. M. E. ll'orst. Phone -1042F23. WEET CIDER—Pure apple juice. 20c per gal. Snyder's Orchard, Snyder Avenue. STARKS Delicious, Stayman Winesap, S bu., $1.00. J. E. Betts, near <"hewsville. turn right Mary's Inn. CcaJ and Wood 5*-A DISTRIBUTORS — O. P. Automatic Coal Burners AYERS BROTHERS Rear 3!> W. Antietam St. "Original" Pa. Egg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phono 000-901 LYJCENS VALLEY HARD COAL A better R. of M. soft coal. My proof of this is 4S7 users of this coal. Loads, tons, or V> tons. Burgess, 217 S. Potomac St. Phone 1120. Good Thingt To Eat 57 APPLES—Stayman and Stark's Delicious. Piffendall Orchard, Smiths_burg_. Phone 6M. APPLES—Grimes, Delicious, Jonathan, Pound Apples. Stayman?. Ba- minas, Yorks and Twigs. Sweet cider. Martin Storage. Phone ..d^H.O? Opp|ie ve runs\ Household Goods If A full line of Estate. Oil and Coal Heaters at the right pric". I-'.oH- MAN-WAUNE, Inc.. 3;, \V, Franklin Si. < -TrvVi T VNAT fo N" "<~>» i~T mf ^a s"TT.7rpe" for .sale; good condit able; :>34 Corbett St. FOR SALE — Antiaue sideboard. See Merchandise Household Goods 59 WASHING machines repaired, parts & wringer rolls." Jones Appli. Service. 24 Summit Ave. Phone 24. Wearing Apparel 65 DRESS, coats & evening clothes. Very reasonable. The Nearly New Shoppe. Phone 4. 971 Mulberry av FOR HALLOWE'EN—Lady's and man's Dutch costumes, direct from Holland. 331 S. Pot.._ 1st floor north Wanted to Buy SNOW Guards (snow birds). Eagle type. Advise number & price. G. S. Pang-burn, box 313. Beaver Falls. Pa Rooms and Board Rooms With Board *7 WEST SIDE AVE.-2L'2—Room -and board with private familv. Phone ions-M. 88 A FEW desirable rooms vacant at the MARLBORO Hotel. Reasonable. 22 S. Potomac St. CENTRALLY located furnished room, private bath. Phono 1927W. After n P. M.. 10S2M. LARGE FRONT ROOM—Twin beds, near bu.«. Gentlemen or couple. Phone i:!fiS. PROSPECT ST.-S.-151—2 nicely furnished rooms with private baths. Gentleman. POTOMAC ST.-N.-428 —Front bedroom, second lloor. Near bath. WEST SIDE AVE.-12:!—Furnished bed room, running water; hot wa- heat: bath, all conveniences. Rooms For Housekeeping 69 APARTMENT—216 Summit Ave. Two unfurnished rooms*. Possession immediately. Frank Beachley. FURNISHED — 3 rooms, kitchen, private bath, electric refrigerator; garage: 501 W. Wilson Blvd. FURNISHED—3 rooms and bat:r. heat and softened hot water all year; heated garage; janitor; 65.") S. Potomac. VIRGINIA AVE.-ID 10—3 furnished or unfurnished rooms, con vs.. gas Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats 74 APT.—230 Summit Ave. 4 rooms, new floor and decoration. Apply Bearing-cr. Eyerly Dept. Store. APT.—25Vi W. Franklin St. Basement, large. Apply Chas. H. Eyerly Store. APARTMENT—4 rooms. modern; newly refinished: automatic hent and hot wat.; 1241-W. 44S Sum. Av. APTS.—22 N. Potomac. 21 W. Wash.. 1", W. Ant.. 24 & 240 E. Wash. GROM REALTY CO.. IS Summit Av APARTMENTS—Steam heat. 2, 3 and 4 rooms; S3.00 per week up. Apply 11!) N. Potomac St. Ph. 612: A PTC:.—42 East Ave., newly refin- ishcd. f> rooms. Frigidaire. garage. G4"A W. Franklin St.. modern. 5 rooms & bath. Phone 262W. AVALON APARTMENT. S. Potomac St.—Fourth lloor. Danzer Lumber Co. APARTMENT—112 E. Wash. St. 5 rooms <t bath. 3d floor, modern in every respect. $35. Phone 545. APA~RTAT]3NT—^4 rooms and bath; all conveniences. Apply 25 North Avenue. ALL MODERN—i rooms, bath, electric stove, refrigerator. 23-60 E Washington St. Call 1338-R FAIRGROUND AVE.-37—Furnished apartments; use of phone and garage. FOR RENT—4 room apartment. Centrally located. Call 2r>36.\l. FURNISHED bedroom, kitchenette and bath, private entrance. 202 South Prospect St. 2 MODERN 4 & 5 room apartments: all conveniences; centrally located; S22.50 and $27.50 per mo. Hagerstown Realty Co.. Realtors. 12 St. Phone 1 GC. mahogany . Mrs. Kent Miller, 214 N. Potomac Sw, 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. NORTH END — 2nd floor apartment. 3 rooms with private bath; immediate. possession. Phone 12n:»-J. FOTO M AC ST~S~1 6(f4™4~rooms "a'nTl bath: modern; newly redecorated : garage. Apply Howard's or Ph. SOi. POTOM A("5~AVE7— s"~rormis~& bn t!7, all newly papered. Phone 10D9M or 5SO. pTlbsPEOT sa\-"s7-2 ^~— ~Moder n. 2 rooms, kitchenette «t bath. Fhonc 3-10. E^S^_ K>efer. __ PROSPECT ST.-S.-lTs— 1st lloor! 2 large rooms, private bnth, automatic heat, garage, exclusive location; 42.-.-W. \VASlJiNCTON 'sT."-E.-2:'.2 "-•»-' First jloi.r. -I rootns. Private b;t:h. Strain Possession at OIH-O, \V A S H I NC~TON ST7- w7- i 3 6~Vro"o"n"Ts! bath. Fteam heat, modern throughout. Phone ^1>7.T. Real Estate For Rent Farms and Lands for Rent 781 FOR KENT—12.", acre farm. 1'.;. miles north of Leiter.«burg. Mud give good reference. Apply 133 N. -Franklin St.. Waynesboro, "Pa.. 300 A. farm, 2 sets buildings*. A-l condition 1 mi. from town. Write Box Hi3 Herald-Mail. Houses for Rent 77 GOOD HOUSES—SO:, S. Potomac. Western Pike, Alexander, etc GROJL REALTY CO.. 1 :>. Jjiimmit Av LIBERTY ST.-406 — 6 room house, all conveniences, hardwood floor. $22 month. Apply 404 Liberty. MD. AVE.-94S—House for rent; garage ,all conveniences. Apply D50 1> t rl A -1- t\ age , Aid. Ave. MODERN—6 rr,^n house with garage; all convergences: $25 per mo. Hagerstown Realty Co., Realtors, 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 1GU. NORTH END—Very modern 6 room brick, hardwood floors, hot water heat, garage. Apply 927 Oak Hill Ave. OAK HILL AVR-S3G—7 room brick, completely renovated; vapor heat. Possession at once. Apply 32 S. Potomac St. Phone 56 OAK HILL AVE.-1.121—S rooms & bath, hardwood floors, vapor beat, garage. Apply D23. Ph. 1!)70.I. POTOMAC ST.-S.-260—C or S room brick; all conveniences; reasonable. Apply 262 S. Potomac. Ph. 12. SUMMIT AVE.-323—Single 7 room house, vapor heat, garage. Possession at once. Phone 1497-R. 307 BRYAN PLACE—7 room house, all conveniences. Newly papered. Possession at OIICP. Wanted—To Rent 81 WANTED—Suite of offices for physician, downtown Hag-erstown. Address Box m. Herald-Mail. Real Estate For Sale Brokers in Real Estate REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE HUTSON-HETZER AGENCY 7 Stimmi*- Ave. Phone 12.1S Farms and Land For Sale 83 FOR SALE or rent; desirable country home, new and modernly equipped: close to city limits; priced right. Write Box 10D. e-o Herald. 1G8 A. FARM, sell or trade on town property. New UO ft. barn, buildings arid root's in good condition. Sprlnghouse and stream. SO A. meadow land, 10 A. woodland, balance farm and pasture. Excellent .stock farm, 7 miles from town; bargain at $4.000. C. J. Spalding Co., 7 Negley Bldg. Phone 5S1-W. 1H9 - 130 - SO ACRES, all productive & desirably located. D. M. Ridenour. Smithsburg, Md. 10 ACRKS—G room house, plenty fruit, electric: hard road. $3r,00. C. E. "Winger, 226 I lager St. .Ph._.2m Homes For Sale BUYING A HOME?—Consult us before signing any mortgage. 31 different plans. First Federal Savings & Loan As.«n. Tel. 1001. BEAUTIFUL Home in perfect condition. S rooms, oak floors, oil heat, lovely lawn, 2 car garage, an outstanding value. DOUBLE — Attractive investment, good street and location, annual rental $:',:,Q; price S2COO. Farm 1GU acres, large stono house, barn, good road, i:.0 acre. N. B. Rowe, 2U N Potomac St. BUJLD Yourself a, house. Easy terms. Pay as rent. Potomac Realty Co.. 10C Grice Bldg. Ph. 2:*3 BUILDING A HOME IS KASY NOW. Tell us what kind you want and we will take care of all details, financing, etc. GROH REALTY Co.. 13 Summit Ave. DOUBLE BRICK—Annual- rental income, $300. Good tenants. Priced for quick .sale. $2.000. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd National Bank Bldg. Phone 24S1. CAVETOWN PIKE—Bungalow, all convs.. good condition, shrubbery and garage. • Easy term.s. Loans, Ins.. Rentals. John L, Swain Agcy. DOUBLE—Va. Ave. Large lot, $2.500. Will finance. Singl'e. 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 FOR SALE or trade on double brick. 4 & store room. Large lot. Jghri K. Taylor Agency. Ph. S3S. P ROSPECT ST"s7^S room home] excellent condition, auto, heat; priced for rjuick sale at $6,250. Court Rc:il!y Co.. 214 2nd National Rank Whig. Phone 24SL TWELVE rooms, lavatory, .two baths, oil burner, summer and win- t.-r ;iir conditioning, attJc fan: excellent condition, exclusive section. W. .MURRAY BAPX'HTKL Agency. Scron.l National P.ank RMtr. i HRI'Mv Houses Attached, centrally Jncat*»il: all rented; line invest, A. L. Xahn. Pit. 3.". W or 10:>8W 10 ACRKS with modern lu room brick and stucco residence, 2 baths, hot water heat. live, car garage, fi in_ile.s from JIa.gcrstown. Only S'.li'iO. Will exchange, on residence in northern section of lla- gerstown. G ROOM brick semi-hunyralow in Halfway section. Strictly modern and well financed. 1 ACHIC, 6 room modern frame residence, 2 car garage, just out of city limits. 54.7f>o. ROOM FRAME, bath and h«at. Taveiown pike, beyond citv limits. S3,2'0. L. S. SPANGLKR AGENCY jnd Floor 2nd Nail. Bank Bid ST. Lots For Sale ai BUY A HOME SITE—-$135 up to S1SOO on convenient terms, all sections. C. J Scalding Co Ph. r.RlW Classified Display Notices The Mayor rind <'o;i:icil of the ('Mty of H.'iKerstown will receive sealed i'ids for Pneumatic Tires a.:i<i Tubes for Oity equipment, until 12'<ni n on;:, K. S. T.. Wednesday. Nov. 1, ion:*, ('..iiies «.f the Request for Bi,l Form, arid other in (' jc.-i. may )>.- r.-ceived at the Oni.-o of the Citv 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 Notice* OTICE The Fair Association will receive entries for the Household Department at its office in the basement of the Second National Bank Building from October 3rd to October 16th, inclusive. Five articles entered will entitle the exhibitor to n season ticket on payment of 50 cents. A. K. CQFFMAN. President Merchandise LARGE STOCK OF HEALEY'S CLOTHES, INCORPORATED. I, D. Angle Wolfinger, Trustee in No. 14092 Equity, will offer at private sale, to the highest bidder, the entire stock o' Healey's Clothes. Incorporated, MOW located at No. 24 North Potomac Street, Hagerstown, 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, :"i03 Second National Bank Building, on or before 11:00 o'clock on the 21st day of October, 1039. Certified check amounting to one-third of the bid to accompany the same. Trustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All 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) D. ANGLE" WOLFINGER, • Trustee.-' Public Sale LOT ON K.UHN AVENUE.. By virtue of the provisions of sec- tiuns Is'.V to IDS inclusive of Article SI of the l!)3o Cumulative Supplement to the Annotated Code of Maryland (1924 Edition), subtitle "Alternative Procedure as to Tax Sale.s," the undersigned duly levied upon tho property hereinafter described, after having complied with all of the prerequisites aa required by said law, and will proceed to sell the same at public auction for, cash • to the highest bidder in front of the Court House in HAGERSTOWN,, MD., on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 11'3H, between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock, p. m., to-wit:— All that unimproved lot of ground .situated on the East side of Jvuhn Ave., formerly known as Elm St., between First St., and Wilson Blvd., in the City of Hagerstown, Washington Co., Md., having a frontage on said Kuhn Ave. of 2~> ft., more or less, and extending back there- from a distance of 150 ft., more or less, to an alley, being Lot No. 37 of section 1 as shown and designated on tin- Plat of the "Hagerstown Manufacturing .Mining and Land Improvement Company's No. 1 Addition to Hager.stown." recorded in Plat Record Folio 13, one of the Lund Records of said Washington Co., and bt:iug th« same property which was conveyed from John W. Ft: hi ma, 11 and wife to Frederick Shaw by a deed dated December 21, ISyi;. and recorded in Liber 10G, Folio '.»(>, another of .said Land Records. Tin-, aljuve described property i.* charye'1 on the assessment books of both Washington Co. and the City of Jiagerstowii, Md., in the. name of Fred Shaw and is to be sold to satisfy City taxes, together with interest thereon, due and unpaid for the years 1.033, 1934. 193.". 1!)3^. 1937 and 193S, respectively, together with curl) tax, which constitutes a lien i on said property. i r>. LEE STALEY, j Tax Collector for The Mayor and j f'ounci] of Hagerstown. FRED M. WHIT?:. Auctioneer. Classified Display Public Sate ? A TT TT 3 ALE will sell in front of Court House, Hagerstown, Md., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, At 11 a. m. 5 shares Potomac Edison 7% FRED M. WHITE, Auctioneer. ALE 910 POPE AVENUE. By virtue of s. power of sale contained in & mortgage dated January (>, 1938, and recorded in Liber No. 20.-, Folio OS5, one of the Land Records of Washington County, Maryland. default having been made IB the covenants o' said mortgage th« undersigned assignee for foreclo*- ure and collection, will sell at Public Sale in front of the Court House in Hag-erstown, Maryland, on TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1939. between the hours of one and three o'clock, P. m.. all that lot of land tog-ether with the improvements thereon situate, lying- and being on the ease Hide of Pope Avenue in Hagerstowu, Washington County, Maryland, ironting on said Pope Avenue a. distance of 37% feet, more or less, and extending back therefrom with uniform width a distance of 150 feet, more or less, to an alley. being- Lot No. 30 and the Northern one-half of Lot No. 31. in Section No. 16 of the First Addition of the Ha.- gerstown Manufacturing, Mining and Land improvement Company of Washington County. Maryland. The improvements consist of a two story six room frame liouse- with composition slate roof and bath, gas and electricity. The house is No. 910 Pope Avenue and in good condition. Possession upon compliance with the terms of sale and the ratification thereof by the Court. TERMS OF SALE: — One-third cash on the day of sale or the ratification thereof by .the Court, the residue in one .and two vears from the day of sale in equal installments, the. deferred payments to bear interest and to be satisfactorily secured, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. W. P. WACHTER. Assignee for Foreclosure and Collection. Fred M. White. Auctioneer. - •• DWELLING HOUSE AT NO. 133 W. FRANKLIN STREET. By virtue of the provisions of sections l«y to 198 inclusive of Article iil of the 1935 Cumulative Supplement to the Annotated Code of Maryland (1924 Edition), subtitle "Alternative Procedure, as to Tax Sales," the undersigned duly levied upon the property hereinafter described, after having complied^with all of the prerequisites; as required by said law, and t-w'tlt -procejjl to sell the same at, puBlici -"auction for cash to the highest''b"t^3«r in 'front of the Court House- hv HAGERSTOWN,, MD., on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. l'J39, between the hours of 1 and 3 o'clock, p. ,m., to-wit:— '. All that lot or -parcel of ground situated on the South side of W. Franklin i5t., between N. Jonathan St. and N. Jfrospect St., in the City of Hagerstown, Washington Co., Md., having a frontage •; on, said "VV. Franklin St. of 32 ft. 3 inches, more or less, and extending bacK-thftre- from with that same "• uniform width a distance of 1S5 ft., more or less, to the property of the Receiver for the-Mechanics' Loan and Savings Bank" being the same property which was conveyed from A. C. Strite. Trustee, to Benjamin F. Beck by a deed dated April 7, 1S9S, and recorded in Liber 19S,.Folio .114. one of the Land Records of said Washington Co., together with all rights, ways and easements thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, including the right to use the alleyway extending along- the East boundary line thereof, a life estate in paid property having been devised by the Last Will and Testament of the said Benjamin F. Beck to J. Edward Beck, which will is recorded in "Wills" Liber J. folio 477, one of the records in the office of the Register of Wills for said' "Washington Co. This property is improved by a two-story brick dwelling house known as No, 133 W. Franklin St. and also .7 garages in the rear thereof. The above described property is charged on the assessment books of both Washington Co. and the City of Hngerstown. Md., in the name o"f J. Edward Beck and is to be sold to satisfy City taxes, together with interest thereon, due and unpaid for the y^ars 1533, 19?.-$. 1935. 1935, 1937 and 1938. respectively, together with unpaid charges for sewerage service, which constitute a lien on said propertv. JX LEE STALKY, Tax Collator for The Mayor and Council <if llag^rstown.* FRTCD .M. WHITE. Anotionf»r. Tax r?: 11 A SAFE £ satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $2f>0,000 available, low rates, long terms. L. S. Spangler Agcy.. 2nd i-'l. 2nd N'atl. Bank Bldg. MONEY to loan on first mortgage. 5%. Geo. D. HlcXs. Hagerstown Trust Bldg. Phone 3018. MONE7 TO LOAN—On good first mortgages. 5%. H. P. Hartman 15 N. Jonathan St MONKY TO LOAN ON MOfrr<»A<: K N KO E. 2 6N Potomac St NM o T< ; AGK> W. MURRAY RAKXHTEL Aprency ."04-S-6 Seconj1_Natl Bank Bid*. s% MONEY for first mortgages™ H. T. Brewer. T. C. Lindscy, 214-15 >nA Nfcti, Bajak BWjr. Eh. MAYTAG parts and <^il. U'e repair ;tll makes washers. Hagerstown Maytag Co.. ipfi y. PiUomac. rh_f.G2 Mi'>J>ERN S pc. \valnut dinnette suite in fine condition. Price $2".!'.". Forsyth Storage. Mill St NEW Hoover cleaner with headlight S.'.-J.'.O. reclt-.ccd to $34.50. Others S!>.">0 up. .Tones Appli. Service, 24 Summit Ave.. Phone 24. 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. MF.YEKS A- rtEUKF.ON. Inc. ' 41 & 4.". W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Office ROOMS — Bath, first class cond!- tion. 1;> N^_.Tonathan St. Business Places for Rent 75 COAL YARD— With 10-ton scale on W. Md, Ry aiding. Call J661. _ ___ ___ ___ VERY de.virable limestone farm. 12n A. along state highway near town. Electric, running water, good buildings; give reference to Box 111 Herald-Mail. NOTICE A ;>nli'-a tii'ii for license fu:' sale of alcoholic beverages has been received as follows: CLASS n fON PALE) P.EER <~, !>. Papas. Lindy Lunch, 22 W. Franklin St.. HacreVstown. Notice is hereby given to pro- testanis and applicant that hearing on the above application will he held at room 4"! Second National Bank lU'Isr.. Ha™er.sto\vn. at 10:(V A. M.. ' 27th. IT'Sfi. BOA 11P r»F LIi'ENsK COMMISSIONERS fo. WASHINGTON- COTXTY Public Sale YOL rton i low* track or this number— 104 A classified ad-tak«r win n«lr vou tcord an effective "Lost and Found" *4. WASHINGTON ST.-E. - 206-208 — Large daylight building: very desirable business location for garage. storage, or other business. Low J'lllijL, ^^X^iQJL^JlllB-: ________________ ..... Farms and Lands for Rent 76 ; FOR RF.NT-- -\>ry oesirahie lin,,-.- s:<->r<e farm !."" acres in hi«li s:;i ?••• of <-\i]\ i\ a ti«r»r\ i ocater; 0:1 Stare! Hisrnwfi> viTxr towri. Kler-r r ici! y. j rur. :-,1r. c water, sr^r-d h';:Mi:is:s. i M&IU eferences. Box 105, Herald- STOCK Will offer at public sale !n front of The C,v;rt HA-JCA ov. TTK^DAV oCTOBKK 17th. TV:?:-. THIRTY-' YHR5-:;-: <"?,> SHARKS ,,f :he v,-t- i".£T Tr'isT C.%ri if.r.i; ey ? common •-:--H-'.O of the U". F. Pr-.'-r Con-.V>a ".y. TKHMS op PAT.K—f-ash. r.oPERT IT. McC\\rLF.V. Arrnrncy. JOSEP'I C. PNYPF-K LOTS ON OAK STREET. By virtue uf the provisions of sections is;* to ]VS inclusive of Article SI of the 193i Cumulative Supplement. to the Annotated ('ode of Maryland (l'.'2-t Edition), subtitle "Alternative ProctMlun; as to T;L.\ S;»!.-H." I lie undfr>igno..i duly U-VK-d upon t!;,- ]jroperty lu-reinaitvr <!•-•- scrilieU, afi'-r having complied with ;i!l cf :!:•• pr«.rr<.-iju is i t i-.x as ri'c,!iir>.?d !iy said law, and will procec-d to . "-•'•!! liur sani'- at i)uhlic auciioji for i-asti to rhi- highest bidder in front of The c,,..:r; House in HA- ".)•:::.-• TOWN., M!'.. on TfKSI>AY. NOVEM- KKR 7, }".-Z's. between the injurs oi 1 a:id o o'e!»e'K, p. ;n., t"-->\-i::-- ] Aii ! liosi- four u n i::!;iro\ ,-il lot* of i iri-iiiind situat.-d 0:1 tii>- Wi.-st >iti'- I of < i.< k S;. )i.-; \\ .•••!! First Sr. a Wilsov, l:;vd.. in the. ci : y of !l,,tr.-: '..«.\ ;,, U ;,shmn:..:i Co., Md.. e. t .-h ••\) --lid i:ig li;ick tiierefi'" 1 :! ;t <lis- tanc.j of i Tj'.t feet., more or loss, to an alley, t.ving lots N,*. 11, X... }:', No. 1" ;n>rl NO. M of section 1 as shown ;>Tid designated on the Plat of the "Hagerstown Manufacturing. Mining and Land Improvemerst. «*om- par.y's NO. l Addition to Hagcrs- town, " recorded i:; Fiat. R.-c«>rci Folio 1.1. and being ;>.irt of :he same ;i:-i'. ;ic-!-;y \\'!iich \\; ( s c"'-.\ f-yed from! Wir.i.-ml I!. lU-imcl a:.d wif- to Lewis A. Sclim id t and Joi::i L. Schmidt by a df-vd datrd .September 14:h, lMi>, and recorded in Liher 134, Foiio SS.".. ore of the Land Records of said Washington Co. The above described properly is charged or. the assessment books of both "v\'ashington Co. and the City i of Hagerstown, >td., in the name of | L. A. and John L Schmidt and is to j !>e sold to satisfy City taxes, to- get her wi:h in;eresT. thereon, due a:',d unpaid f^r The years -jr-SS, 1!»34. ':'^.*.. 't:-"^. i:-*7 and ;:•:•<;, respect- 1>. LKT-: STALKY. ,,;;^,-t ,.;• in? Th.<> Msyor and LOG HOL'SE AND LOT OX BRAXTOX AVENUE. By virtue of the provisions of sections ISC' to 1SS inclusive of Article SI of the 1035 Cumulative Supplement to the Annotated Code of Maryland (1924 Edition), subtitle "Alternative Procedure as to Tax Sales," the undersigned duly levied upon the property hereinafter described, after having complied with all of the prerequisites as required by said law. and will proceed to sell the same at public auction for cash to the highest bidder in front of the Court House in HAGERSTOWN., MD., on TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. i:»3J«, between the hours ot * and 3 o'clock, p. m.. to-wit;— All that parcel or land situated or. the East side of Kraxton Ave., South of Church Sr.. in the City of Hagerstown. Washington Co., Md.. having a frontage on .said Eraxton Ave i-f 40 ft., more or less, and extending back therefrom a distance of S'j ft., more •;•:• less, being the same property described in two deeds to IVnnis Tyler, one from David S. P.oyer ard wife, dated June !."». 1SSS. and recorded j ;: Liber 02. Folio -20. one of the Lam] Uocords of said \Vnshinirro;, county, and the other froMi F. Horsey Herbert, dated Xo- \-mhrT 17. 1S.S2, nnd recorded in Liber ss. folio iMf<, another of said Land Records. This property is improved by a 1 1 2 story log house. The above described property is charged on The assessment books of both Washington Co. and the City of Hagerstown, Md., in the name of Lizzie Tyler Bowman and is to be sold to satisfy City taxes, together \\ ith interest thereon, due and tin- nnM for the years lt>34. 1035. 1936.. ':' > r;7 ar.d 103^, respectively. D. LF.E STALEY. Tax Collector for The Mayor and found! <•<{ Hagerstown. FRKP M. WHITE. Auctioneer. Merchandise COULD V-AU fill a better Job? Look over the -Help Want*<!" column and j set what fe b«4a* j»ff*r*d tod«r. ' USED CIRCULATING HEATERS $10.00 Up Terms as IA-SV as $1.2," per we Open Kve.ninp.s by Appointment Shockey Furniture Co. 2S-2S-30 Snmrott Av«. Ph. 12M

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