The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 27, 1939 · Page 13
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAG£RSTQWN 7 MR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 ? 1939. THIRTEEN Better Things For Less Money Are C eing Offered 0 n This Page HERALD-MAIL ing INFORMATION All ads are restricted to the! proper classifications and to th regular Herald-Mail style of type. Errors in advertisements shouli be reported immediately. Th< Herald-Mail will not be responsible lor more than one incorrect inser tion. Advertising ordered for irregula: insertion takes the one time rate PHONE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TO 104 - 105 - 106 No ads taken for less than a has tof three lines. Count six average •words to the line. The average •word contains six letters. Daily rates per line for consecu- live insertions: All Classified Advertising Is CASH-IN-ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING : RATES Cash Rate One time 10 per line Three times 08 per line Six times OG per line Ads ordered for three or six times 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 ibrders. WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACE YOUR AD The Classified Advertising De- toartment is situated at the Herald- Wail office. These offices are open to receive advertisements from S A. M. to s P. M. daily. All ads received up until 11 A. M. will appear in edition •ame day and S P. M. will appear In edition following day. The Ad-taker will gladly assist you, if desired, so that the copy for your ad is prepared in such a man- jper as to bring the gj'gatest results CLASSIFIED :NDEX The following 1 advertisements un- Rer the following classifications are Arranged in ALPHABETICAL order for quick references. ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Notices. 2—In Memoriam. o—Card of Thanks. 4—Flowers and Mourning Goods. 5—Funeral Directors. 6—Monuments and Cemetery Lots. 7—Personals. S—Bowling Alleys. 9—Societies and Lodges. 10—Lost, Strayed and Found. AUTOMOTIVE 11—Automobiles for Sale. 12—Autos for Hire. 12A—Delivery Service. 13—Battery and Ignition Service. 14—Body and Fender Work. Painting-. Tops and Upholstery. 15—Motorcycles and Bicycles. Ifi—Repairing and Service Stations. 17—Tires, Parts. Accessories. J7A—Wanted—Automotive. BUSINESS SERVICE 18—Business Service Offered. ISA—Beauty Parlors. 1SB—Barber Shops. ISC—Radio Repairing. 1SD—'\yclding and Brazing. 19—Building and Contracting. 20—Cleaning. .Dyeing. Renovating:. 21—Dressmaking and Millinery. 22—Heating. Plumbing. Roofing. 23—Insurance and Surety Bond. 2-1—Laundering. 25—Moving-, Trucking. Storage. 26—Painting, Papering, Decorating. 27—Printing, Engraving-, Binding. 2S—Professional Service. ' 29—Repairing and Refinishlng. 20A—Piano Tuning 'and Repairing. 2DB—Shoe Repairing. 200'—Harness ami Leather Goods. SO—Tailoring and Pressing 1 . 31—Wanted—litusiness Service. EMPLOYMENT $2—Help Wanted—Female. 33—II el P W;i n ted—M a 1 c. 3-1—Help—Male and Female. 85—Solicitors. Canvasser* Agents. R6—Situations Wan toil—Female. 37—Situations Wanted—Male. FJNANCIAL XS—Business Opportunities. 39—Investments, Stocks, Bond*. 30A—Investments. 40 —Money to Loan. Mortgages. 41—Wanted—To Buy, 141,A—Wan(od—To .1'.orrow. ' INSTRUCTION '42 —Cor respond en co Courses. .43—Local I list nictron Classes. 44 —Musical. Dancing. Dramatics. 4 ,"i—Pr i vat o Instruction. '4 5 A—1 n s t r 11 c t i o n —M ale. J46—Wanted — I list met ion. LIVESTOCK '47— Dogs, Cats, Other Pots. 4S —.Horses. Cattle, Other Slock. 4f—Poultry ami Supplies. SO—Wanted —Livestock, MERCHANDISE 51—Articles For Sale. 51 A—Barter and Exchange. 52—Boats and Accessories. 53—Building Ma tor in Is. 54—Business and Otlice Equipment. 5T>—Farm and Dairy Products. EG—Feed and Fertilizer. 50A—Coal and Wood. 57—Good Things to Eat. 5 S—H om cma d o Th I n gs. 59—Household Goods. 60—Jewelry. Walt.lies, Diamonds. 61.—Machinery and Tools. 62—Musical Merchandise. 62A—Radio Equipment. 63—Seeds, Plants, Flowers. 6-t—Specials In the. Stores. 65—Wearing Apparel. <6—Wanted—To Kuy. ROOMS AND BOARD *7—Rooms with Board. 8S—Rooms -without Board. 60—Rooms for Housekeeping:. TO—Vacation Places. 71—Where to Eat. 72—Where to Stop In Town. 73—Wanted—Rooms or Board. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 74—Apartments and Flats. 7S—Business Places for Rent. 7C—Farms and Lands for Rent. 77—Houses for Rent. 77A—Garages for Rent. 7S—Offices and Desk Room. 70—Shore and Mountain—For Rent. SO—Suburban—For Rent. Automotive Announcements Personals FOR ADOPTION—3 yr. old boy, good health. All inquiries kept confidential. Write Box 24, Herald. OLD AT 40! GET PEP—New Tonic Tablets contain in- vig-orators, stimulants. 73 year old ^"or says "1 take Ostrex myself." ?1.00 size, special today SOc. Call, write RudvRflxnli Pharmacv. Automobiles for Sate 11 HERE ARE 5 GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A USED CAR FROM HOFFMAN CHEVROLET SALES 1—Thoroughly reconditioned by Expert Mechanics. 2—Shop checked and road tested to definite performance and efficiency standards. 3—Priced at the lowest market prices. •I—Backed by our own OK guarantee of complete satisfaction. •"—Easiest Terms in Town. 1" o \1 Lott, Strayed, Found jADIES black leather pocketbook with driver's license and keys on S. Potomac St. Reward. Ph 279-.I LUST—Black kitten about 6 mo. old, with white stomach & paws. Liberal reward. Mrs. Krownapple, M oiler Apts. Phone 2S1L Automotive Automobiles for Salt 11 1034 CHEVROLET ] % ton. Will sell cheap or trade on pick-up. Phone 40T.2F22. 'UNT1AC-18H8-8 DeLuxe Coupe, S,000 mo. Radio, heater, Banjo steering- wheel, seat covers, chrome wheel bands. Sporty, speedy car. Barg-aiir for quick buy $650.00. Plmne Blue Riclgre Summit 172-W, CERTIFIED CARS Days Trial—30 Day Guarantee > STUDEBAKER Champion. 38 DE SOTO Tr. Sedan. Radio. 57 STUDEBAKEK, like new. FLEIGH MOTOR CO. Oak Hill Ave. Call 2300 !i::9 FORD Dlx. Sedan (Black). !i:;7 FORD Sedan (Black). 936 FORD. Coach (Black). 9:;i5 PLYMOUTH Sedan (Brown). 935 FORD Coach (Black). 932 FORD Coupe (Blue). 93fi FORD Dump Truck. !>:;. r . CHEVROLET C. C. 933 FORD Truck. 931 FORD Pickup. NEWMAN AUTO CO. Phono 74 Smithsburg-. Md. FOR HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS at as much as 25% below market prices Phone 1135 BROWN'S Panffborn Blvd. £ Paper Mill Road LA SALLE 4 dr. Sport Touring- Sedan. Demonstrator. A beautiful black car. has radio & heater. Driven only. 6,200 actual miles. Don't fail to inspect this wonderful bargain whether you buy or not. Only si 000 10 1930 CHEVROLET 10S" W. B. CAB OVER ENGINE. New. This popular General Motors product is really a bargain at our Sacrifice price. See it 1odav 1930 CHEVROLET 131" W. B. Cab & Chassis, dual axle. new. Opportunity knocks but once, so don't delay in looking this new truck over, it really is priced at a bargain. 1938 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 PACKARD 120 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 $295 1936 PLYMOUTH 2 dr. Sedan." Green finish, looks fine and runs beautifully: hydraulic brakes. A real value S'^95 1035 DODGE 4 dr. Sedan. Black. This car is in exceptionally fine condition, low mileage, nearly, new tires. Only .. S^S 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" A STAGGERING SUM If you could add up the number of people who scan the Want Ad columns day after day, week in and week out- it would amount to a staggering sum. This is convincing- proof that your Want Ad message would be seen and answered. Why not try a Want Ad today. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats .MOLLKH a part m<= APARTMENTS — Front : for rent. Phone- 12401:. NORT". END—2nd floor apartment, :> rooms with pr'vate bath: immediate possession. Phone 1^.'!0.l. '2 MODERN 4 & f> room apariments: all conveniences: centrally located; SJl'.iiO and $27.">0 per mo. Ha- ?rersio\vn Realty Co., Realtors. 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 160. QUIET. wc-11 heated. thoroughly modern ."> room and bath apart'- mctii. hardwood floors. Private porch. Rent $n.".. Phone :i07-.I. TWO room apartment, furnished unfurnishod. Phone 1017. Hote Vivian. WASHINGTON HQUARK--132 room apartment. Possession on<".\ Mrs. W. H. Wilson. i ROOMS—Bath, first class tion. l"i N. Jonathan St. condl Business Places for Rent 7 Livestock Dogs, Cats. Other Pets Autos For Hire 12 IT'S ECONOMICAL TO BUY A LATE MODEL SAFETY TESTED USED CAR NOW Don't Wail. Till Prices Go Up MONEY SAVING SPECIALS S OLDSMOBTLE "S" 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Heater, defrosters, seat covers, 1.V100 actual miles $7-15 S OLDSMOBILE "fi" 2 dr. Sedan. Built-in trunk, radio, heater ?fi95 S OLDSMOBILE "f," 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. Automatic, safety transmission, only driven 16,000 miles, looks like new $7-ir> S 1)E SOTO .DeL. 4 dr. Trg. Sedan. •Hist, like new, only IS'.000 miles $6!)"> 7 CHEVROLET Master DeL. Trg. 4 dr. Sedan. Radio, heater, A-l shape ?:~45 5 OLDSMOBILE "G" 2 rlr. Sedan.' Built-in trunk, radio and hen tcr $39fi Our Allo\v;inces Are Liberal Our Terms Easy J. S. SNOW P. ERG El! \- SONS 19 E. Washingl n St. Phnne SOI HI-DE-HO taxi driver now usinpr 12th cab. Nobody ever hurt. Paul H. John son's n cl d. BEAGLE—Broke to run rabbits, no firun shy. Price $1",. Apply 900 Cor bett St. Phone 301:;. POINTERS — Beaut. Reeripte Show & Field. Priced to sell. Lewi.-B, Zieg-ler, Willow Dale Farm Greencastl". Pa. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 4 FEEDERS. Calves, Stockcrs. 7.' low priced thin steers, on sale \V M. Stock Yd. Sam Pashen. 4094F2L Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 A Few Used Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. Expert bicycle repairing-, full line supplies. Bicycles for hire. Delphey's. 31 E. Franklin. Ph 5 BICYCLE Parts, tires: repairing;: also bicycles for rent: open Sund'ys _ r l_>'iprg Cycle Co.. <n N Mulherrv Repairing & Service Station! 16 M HK. ShSUVMCJ'j—Towing 1 , repairing: »t lubricating-. Sharer's Garage, 140 E. Franklin St. Phone 722 VACATION LAND factory built trail- on ] ti feet IOIKT. Sleeps two. Reasonable. Apply Potomac Tiro Serv. CLEAN OUT SALK Wo must clean out our present slock of Used Cars to make room for trade-ins on tho NI-;\V 1940 HI TICKS NOW ON DISPLAY PRICKS LOWKST NOW '39--1S P.UICK. Touring- Conch. ':>7-47 l.MJICK Touring Sedan. ':i9 OLDS S TouiiiiR- Sedan. •:?9-41 niTTCK Touring- Sedan. •:!S PLYMOUT;-! 2 dr/Trs. Sedan. ':!7-41 BUICK Touring- Sedan. '"i;-:n BIHC.K Tourinp Sedan, '.".ti FORD DoLuxo Coac-h. ':-7 PACKARD G Trg-. Sedan. ':it! <'IM-:v. Std. Trg:. Co:ich. •:'.i; FOKD DoLuxo Tudor. ':;.". PII-IRCE-AIIROW 7 Pass. Sedan. ':'.:! P.UICK N'ict. Coupo. Those cnrs :ir«; nil "P-UIClv CON- DITIOXICD" nnd Barg-ains at tho price nskcd. Soc Thorn :in<l Soleot Yours Today USKD CAR MARIC10T 221 Frodcrick St. Phone 2206 The Thumina, Motor Co. Biiiok Don lor O)iiMi Kvonings Until 10 O'clock Business Service Business Service Offered 18 BOOKKEEPI NG- SERVICE — Small accounts solicited. Good reference Reasonable fee. Box :iO. Horald. GLASS—Sold and replaced in mobiles, mirrors window Glnss Shop 11 N Locust Ph 1 RAY LEAD MARE—12 yrs. Md wt. 1400 Ibs. 0 shoats. C. E. Weigand. Paper Mill Rd. Rt. NO. :,. 1 ii STEERS—Short" ""born &"Tl~er" fords. Weighing 1000 Ibs.; accl mated. Fine condition for fecdin; Priced lo sell. Lewis R. Zic.crlo AV i 11 o w Dale Farm. Greejioastle. P Poultry and Supplies 48 CUSTOM HATCHING — Marshall Hatchery, Memorial Blvd., E. Phone 962.J. Chicks on sale at Howard's Feed Store. Phone SOG DON SUNG makes layers out In.-ifcrs. We guarantee you more r-frps or your money bark. Try it. !l f Don Suns' doesn't hand you back your money, we will. HOWARD'S. 7 K. P.alto" St. Phono SOfi. Merchq n d|s_e Articles for Sale 51 Radio Repairing 1&-C RADIOS REPAIRED by factory approved methods. Open to G:00 P M TAUKART BROS. "25 W. Washington St. Phone 24R Repairing and Refinishing 29 THI.ORK MUST BE A RKASON Our roputalioi. for fair dealing: is your stTurity in luiyinjjr. Compare our pi-ices and valuos with others to make sure you are Retting- Hie most for your "Used Car Dollar." Featured cars for this week: 1935 OLDSMOHILK S cyl. 4 dr. Trg-. Sodan. with automatic transmission. 1037 I'XJUD Dlx. Tudor Sedan, with Radio. 1937 .FORD Coupe. Driven only 7400 milos. 1936 OLDSMOBILE 6 cyl. •( dr. Dlx. Sedan. 1935 OLDSMOBILE 2 dr. Trg-. Sedan. Radio and Hoater. 1934 OLDSMOHILE, 4 dr. Trgr. Sedan 193.- PLYMOUTH Dlx. Coach. 1934 PLYMOUTH Coupe. Many Othor Makes and Models to Select From. ?2."i.OO up Ills-host Trade-in Allowances Lowest Finance Rates MARYLAND MOTOR CO.. Inc. r.G-t".2 W. Franklin St. Phone 2.".00 Your Chrysler and Plymouth Dlstribut or F. .1. GACK—PvOupholstering- .fc repairing- furniture. Mattresses renovated, work Hrst class, roasonablo prir-os. Ph. r,o:,fi. ^s K. Fran kiln. Employment Help Wanted—Female 32 WOMAN to work in kitchen: middle-aired— reliable. Apply Niphtin- trali-' Inn. Funkstown. Mil. A BARGAIN—Sniffer electric hcm- stitchor. I-jXtra, bobl)ins and thread, Cost §:;."iO. Will sacrilicc. J.'h. j::49. COATS—Suits, evening gowns, practically now. .Prices .fl.oii up. Open evenings. Loop bus" passes door; !>7.1 Mulherrv Ave. Phono -1. LCLECTRIC MOTORS—Used & new. in all sizes: also controls, parts, drives. repairing & rewinding. HAGKRSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO.. Md. Ave. Phone H6. ELECTRIC MOTORS & Parts —New it used motors, control devices. We rep:iir & rewind all sizes, any make or type. Green wait Electric Co. Phone 397. li — Emptied whiskey barrels & keg's, direct from distillery. Moses Berkson. 143 N. Jonathan. Ph. 218. Wanted—Male S3 WANTED—An unompUiyoU young man. high school Knulnnte* preferred. Must be sinylo and livo in Jlagorstown. Good opportunity. AUdross ll.M-nlil-Mail Box 31. YOUNG single imm: must be good milker and experienced farm hand. R. 11. Rowland. 2 miles south of Fu nkstown. Situations Wanted—Female 3fl MODEST >i \IIM:\S Tmtlem»rk Rrifintcrcd U. S. P»lfnt Office COLLI-^GK g-i-aduati.- desires jiosi" tiou as companion or tutor. K.x- perienced, free to travel. References. Write I'.ox 2'J. c-o 1 feraM-Mail. PRACTICAL experience. Hern Id-Mail. NUKSING—Yeiirs Write Box 17, of c-o Financial Butinet* Opportunity 38 FOR SALI.C—Kostaurant, confectionery, ioe cream. Will rent room and fixtures. Nothing- to buy. Cheap rent. 1 living 1 room Good future. Old man don't apply. Write Hox 22. Herald-Mail. RKSTAI'KANT FOK SALK—llea- souablo, accoun' illness. Apply to 112 N. .1 ona than St. Money lo Loan—Mortflaaet 40 A SAFE & satisfactory Farm Loan plan. $2".0.000 available, low ratos, IOIIKT terms. L. S. Spanpfler Ag-cy.i _2nd^jV^ot- 2nd N;itl. Hank Hldu'. MONEY to loan on nrst mortsraR-e 5 <7 0 . Geo. D. Hicks. Flngrcrstown Trust WdK. Phone 3018. KIRK .Kepuussc, 40 ]>c. set: Sing-or portable elec. i-ewinp: machine. Harry's Loan Office, ."i."i N. -lonathan UXK No. l.">0 Iron Firnmaii Stoker. Replaced by a Frederick Stoker. Cas Klectrie Appliance Store, au- thorised dealer of J'"reilerii.-k Stokers. I'll. \Yaynesbofo :,7-l or 11.", K. PI PIC — Fitting's boiler.', radiators, toilet outfits, pulleys, belt, pumps. tanks, lathes, drill presses, desks, chairs, files, etc. HAGKRSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Maryland Ave Phone 14(5 STAM"P ' '" "" AVhole o )ivKci(.N or part. I". S. i-ue value. SiV.'or buyer at .V.UMMio. oler. She),h,-rdst - foreiji'n. Hi t,'heap \V. .Mc- wn. W. \'a SPKt'lAL — l-'i.u- limited timo only. HPJLL1ANT HMD P.ARN X- P.OOI-' PAINT, at $1.32 in .Vs. HOWARD'S. ."• K. P.alto. St. Plmne SIM;. STIC \VAKD burse's ' t H. P. elec. mot.- tion. Herman Mori hand clippers, -. Kxcel. condi- r. AVay'ltoro K 3 US10D PLUM 151 NG & Mealing: Fixture:*—Sinks. Lavatories <!t Tubs, Arcola Heaters. Heating Boilers & Radiation. Guaranteed condition. Hargrt'.in prices. Maryland Pipe & Mc-tals Corp. 30-t W. Church St. Phone H)3:> G i-'T. DISPLAY"" MI-:AT 'CASK— t""heai) tc< quick buyer. Apply 030 North Prospect St." Merchandise Coal and Wood 56-A LYKENS Valley i n rd coal and Scurfield !if.i<s lump soft coal. Cnll anc -see this coal. Burgess, 217 S "I o7fi;ic, Phone 1 1 ••") Good Things To Eat APPLIES—All varieties at reasonable prices. G. K. Hockman, 1 mile south of Funks low;;, .'hono -jnr.'iFS. Household Goods •1 MAYTAG parts anu oil. \V"e repaii nil makes washer?. Hagerstown Maytngr Co., 106 S. Potomac. Ph 6B2 ONK cirrula.tin)? heater. ' : • vv ' b h Route r ' - v • 1 PIANO — A nice upricrht piann. A real b.irjrnin, $20. Forsyth Stor- ape, Mill St. Phone S-J9.1 Sl-:VI.CP t AL «'ood used Coal Rangres .in R-f)od condition, ]iricer] reason a I>ly. nnilMAN-WARNE Inc z \V. Franklin St. USED FURNITURE stored In our warehouses for (|uick disposal. Livin.q: mom suites, dining room suites, bedronm suites. stoves, heaters, washers, radios, etc. Before buying- see what we have to offer. Terms if desired. MEYERS & BEKKSON. Inc. 41 ft 43 W. Franklin St. Opposite New Post Office V\ ASHING machines repaired, parts .t wringer rolls. Jones Appli. Sor- vice. 2-t Summit Ave. Phone 2-1 Seeds, Plants. Flowers 63 BARBERRY hedge plants, shrubbery, fruit trees- jy JjVjvd. w. Phone is::2-.1. phlox, Wilson Rooms and Board Rooms With Beard 17 2 RED ROOMS, breakfast,, if desir- Suinmit Ave. \YKST board with private familv. Phone Roomt Without Board •3 •\TTKACTl\"E suburbuii home. 1 or 2 lari;-e rooms;, women ur couple prvfcrrod. 1X13 Virg-inia Ave. -K NT RALLY located furnished room, i.irivate batn. Phono 1D27W After '•> P. M.. 1HS2M. -ARGE front, room.with convcn- jencc. <? in. Call ::7U-R. \v EST sTij i-: A v ]':7-'iy:"^Ft7fn"hTiTeTi bed room: hot water heat, next b a th: all conveniences. , to Rooms For Housekeeping 69 •'URN1S1 1 ED — 3 rooms and hath: heat and softened hot water all year: heated fraragc; janitor: G.~>.~> S. Potomac. ms, private bath, g-as and up. Phone 22-IOM. COAL YARD with office: w.-ig-oi scalr-: good location North End ot W, Md. Ry. siding. Call 16(51. Farms and Lands for Rent 7i NEAR St. James—13 acres of land 5 rooni house and outbUJg-y.. p-ooc truck farm, running- water. Applj 322 N. Jonathan St. 11D A. FARM; for rent on half: good land and jrood buildings. Write Herald-Mail Box 32. 164 A. in Chewsville district on half. Mrs. Mary E. Harp. Smiths- burg--Rinerg-old Road. Houses for Rent 77 A NEW Colonial on corner at 35S Mulberry Ave. Most modern home in N. End. Apply S25 View. GOOD HCtt/SES—50ri S. Potomac- Western Pike. Alexander St., etc GROH REALTY CO., 13 SummitA\ LIBERTY ST.-40G — 6 room house, all conveniences, hardwood floor 522 month. Apply -104 Liberty. MODERN—6 rooni house with gar- ag-e; all conveniences: $23 per mo Hagrerstown Realty Co.. Realtors. 12 W. Franklin St. Phone 166. NORTH END—Very modern 6 room brick, hardwood floor.-?, hot water heat, garage. Apply 927 Oak Hill Ave. OAK HILL AVE.-:i21 — S rooms & bath, hardwood floors, vapor heat, craratre. Apply 923. Phone 1!.»70J. OAK HILL AVE.—New. G room home, 2 baths with showers, oil heat, recreation room & garage. Venetian blind:.,, modern in every respect. Court Realty Co., 214 2nd National Bank Bldg-. Phone 24S1. OAK HILL AVE.-836 —7 room brick. completely renovated: vapor heat. Possession at once. Apply 32 S. Potomac St. Phone f>6. POTOMAC ST.-S.-2C,0—G room brick, all conveniences, 523 mo. Apply 262 S. Potomac. Phone 12. SHERMAN AVE.-1G21—Modern 6 rooms: hardwood floors, garage, garden. Quiet neighborhood: $23. SUMMIT AVE.-H2G—Modern home, all conveniences. Garage: reasonable rent. Strole-Wright Insurance Agency. Phono 120fi. VIRGINIA AYE.-S7fi—-I room house, all conveniences. Rent reasonable; immedinte possession. \VEST N'ORTIl ~ST7-1 ^— r,' rooms ami bath, all conveniences: garage, Posp. Nov. 1st. Apply G. S. Fnn'k- hnuser, 3f", P.roa/lway. Phone lS7r>. Wanted—To Rent n DAIRY FARM preferred, or any farm on thirds. Refer. Write H. P. Painter, Harpers Ferry. W. Y.I.. rt 3 VANTKD—2 or 3 rooms for light housekeeping. Edge of town. About ?:, weekly. Write Box 2S. C/l Herald-Mail. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land For Sale 8J ''OR SALE—142V-: acre farm situated between Leitersburg it Ringgold. 2 sets buildings. 10 acres in apple orchard. Will also sell crops, feed, livestock and farming implements. Come, inspect it get price. K. S. rivkes. PLEASE! When answering any of these ads, either by writing or in personal interview, kindly state that you saw the advertisement in the Herald-Mail. This will immediately identify you as a progressive quality reader, aid the advertiser, and insure you the very best service. Real Estate For Sale Classified Display Public Sale T J] the sold quit Houtes For Salt GOOD .". TIM,ni frame house, hath, furnace, garage, etc.. ?1400. Easy terms, if desired. r.ROli REALTY <"O., 13 Summit Av CIJILFORD AVE.—New 6 room modern brick, approved hy F. H. A. Moderatelv • . < . - — • - _• * - * •. . * i .A ^-, ,.-, .... A i i ^ c >' i n. L ^\ » * n o rs> e vj A. Moderately priced for quick plow, corn plow, one hors* wj v M £° U , rt T?, e , alty ^ ; °- 2U 2nd|u-ith bed and ladders and Hupp Natl. Bank P.ldg. Phone 2431. i tomobile in good shape undersigned, having m y in'arre atid intending- to housekeeping, will sell on SATURDAY, NOV. 4TH, 1939 along the Leit.e rsb urg Pike, 2<-4 miles ease of Hagerstown, Md., a"t 12 o'clock sharp: Three full bedroom suits, one buffet, one round dining room exten-; sioa table, parlor suit and lot old time pictures, power churn & motor.. Ice bo.v, drop i ea .f table, chairs and rockers, one old time rocker, 100 years old. one secretary and book case combined, one old time-secretary, Grandfather's clock, over 100. years old, lot of rugs, carpets, a lot'. of old dishes, range, three burner oil stove, kitchen utensils, butchering tools, two iron kettles, one CO gal. copper kettle. LIVESTOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS Two horses, 2 cows, some alfalfa hay. some corn, two horse Oliver wag-on au- JUST OFF CAVETOVN PIKE— Outside city limits, one floor bung-- alow, 4 rooms, bath & smnll hall, city water. newly papered, lot <iOxl. r iO. garage in basement, priced for quick .sale. Can be financed. See HITTSOX-HETZER AGENCY 7 Summit Ave. Phone 1298 OWNER will sacrifice new, very modern 5 room one floor bung-alow, vapor heat, automatic hot concrete cellar, garage, etc. Jm- CHARLES E. HARTLE. Eiarenbrode, Auct. Sheffler & Hartle. clerks. PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25 AT 1 P. M. T will sell at my residence. 729 .,.,,.«.. Maryland Ave.. household furniture . i™ including antiques and a complete mediate poss. Phone 2^64 or 2221M. SEVEN room frame dwelling, good location on North Mulberry street, bath, hot water heat, garage', DESIRABLE six room brick house, Broadway, priced to sell at S3UOO. WELL located six room frame house, Highland Way, concreted "cellar, garage, a good buy at §4250. W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency, Second National Bank Buildins ?. POTOMAC — Modern brick, S rooms, 4 car garage, lot 80x170 low price & terms. W. Washington— 2Vj st. fr. $3000. Country home — Brick. 8 rms., elec., 3 acre" N. B. Rowe. 26 N. Potomac st S17.-.Q. ' ROOM, house, all convs.. enclosed porches, concrete cellar. $3.'00 Po- lornac Rlt.y Co.. TOG Grice Big < "')3 Classified Display line of household and kitchen furniture. ALICE C. STOUFFER. : Ward. Auct. 1. PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2S. At 12:30 1112 S. Potomac St. Solid walnut dinette suite, gate- leg table, gas stove, linoleum, roll top desk (large). 10 piece walnut dining suite. Singer sewing machine, living room furniture, bedroom '. furniture, radio, hand inlaid lights, large doll carriage and tricycle, porch swing, other articles too numerous? to mention. TERMS—Cash. J. L. HOOVER. • Notice! THE STATE TAX COMMISSION OF MARYLAND A ( rT c ji% r . e: iy cs ' n °tico that ARTICLES OF DISSOLUTION of THE HUT I MANUFACTURING COMPANY were •ece^ved for record, by it on Octo- icr nth, 1939. in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 91 of Art 23 of he Code (as enacted by Chap 551 •vets of 1fi;jo). (Signod) HARRY 0. LEVIN THOS. W. KOON, ' TRANSFER CLASS B (ON SALE) REER .1. ransl er from Milton W. r oo k 0 Amanda. Cook, Cook's Cafe 237 ] /> V ^.Jonathan St.. Hagcrstown. .Notice is hereby given to pro - ostnnts and applicant that hear- ng on the above application will io held at room 401 Second Nation- 1 Bank BIdg.. Hagerstown, at 0:00 A. M., November 10th 1939 BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSIONERS for WASHINGTON COUNTY. QTY 'ICE KNCKPTIONAL FA MM VALUES !."> ACRES — Route 40 c-ast. Brick house, large bank barn, all necessary outbuildings, reasonable. UN ACIJ.KS — In Kocdysvillc section. .Smooth land and running water. 7."p ACRES — Just outside of city limits. This farm will grow into money. 'OTOM.AC ST.-S.-ll't;—2 two-room apartments, furnished for housekeeping. Apply ;;rd floor. Mrs. Kriner. Mana^i-r. •U.MMI.T A VK.-l-n— :: rooms pli-tf!y furnisheil. Storage I'riyato bath. Automatic h^ com- r.iom. MONEY TO LOAN—On good first mortgages. 5%. ti. p. Hartmaii 15 N. Jonathan St. MONEY TO LOAN UN MOflTGAGEi N. B. ROW E._ 2S_N__Potoma<^ Si MONEY TO LOA"N ON .\To1riT;Tc'FS W. MURRAY BAECHTEL Agency 304-5-6 Second Natl Bank Bldg. 5% MONEY for first mortgages. iT T. Brewer. T. C. Lindsey. 'J14-15 2nd NTaM _Bank Hide Ph 24Si Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLIES—Grimes. Delicious. JonrT- than. Pound Applos. Stnymans. l.Ia- n;ui;>s, Yorks and T \vigs. Swoot i-idr-r. M.-iriin Storngo. Phone 4H:',S]''i2. Open evenings. KALI-:?) straw and Irish <"^bTdTr ix-latoop. Amos S. llfgi 1 to\vn-.Maugansvillo. ]'!:. 40S I-'' H: SALE—Applos: St.-irks Ivl io'.is ami Siaynian \\'ii!<-saps ds. per bushel. Ganos .-ind Grin 2."> cts. <'ider apples I<> <-!s. p.ri your own containers. W. ,1. H ben, ("I'-arspri ng\ Mil. FO U S A L~K — 1 r i s h I* ~> b bYo" r pTi't a~t York Imperial bu., tree run. M. 4042F23 Real Estate For Rent- Apartments and Flati AVALON APAKTMKNT. St.— I-'outnh Hour. J.'iLi I 'otoniac Lumber Ai"J'S.--22 and -II N. Potomac. 1MU K. \Yash.. i:, \V. An:i.-tam. etc _<:i:(.»n UI-:ALTY <•<>,. 1:1 summit AV - '; L1 X : Ti >N— ! aTid ~"l7u ; i;-e~"n^ons" hardwood, new baths, redecorated: _.-uh!lts. Apply 112 P.roadway. AI'AKTMKNT— Tl 2~ F/ "WashT" St™ f, rooms ^ batlv. 3d floor, modern In every respect. S3.".. Phone "H.".. A PA 1 :T.\V ]•:.NT—4 rooms~~an(! iia tb"; all cmi vcniences. Apply 2.'« North A von tie, ALL MODERN— s rooms, bath'elec" trie stove, refrigerator 23-60 E St. ( 39 ACKRS only SGnnu. In Welsh Run section. ACKKS — On Middlcbtirg Pike, at Williamsport, f town, in." A<.'RES — Near SPECIAL—The summer residence of the late Harriet Lederer, near Ringgold, large brick mansion, about luu acres. L. S. SPANGLER AGENCY 2nd Fl. 2nd National B;ink Rldg. 1 ACME, brick house, electricity, near Hagerstown. Sacrifice price. D. M. Rldenour. Smithsburg-. :: A.—" miles out on hard road. S room house, electric, furnace, fruit, berries, (can be used as 2 family bouse), also small bungalow, rent'- t'd. All inclmleil at i>rico for quick sale. See W. N. I'.ornl, 227 Summit Ave, I Mi or..- M.'il.L The Board of Street Commission- N, at the ollice of the City Clerk, will receive scaled bids until .">:00 P. M.. November 14. 1939. for furnishing incandescent electric lamps? for one year. All lamps furnished under this proposal .shall conform to the specifications of the U. S. Bureau of Standards ('Federal Specifications Hoard) as given in specifications No. W-L-1010 and current supplement. Proof shall be supplied with the proposal that the bra.nd of lamps being- offered ; s now being supplied to the Federal Government under contract for the current tiscal year. Bids shall be predicated on" the ?2."iOO basis and the discounts from list prices and terms shall be stated for that amount. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid which is for the best interest of the City. THE BOARD OF STREET COM.M I SSI ONE US F. Richard Crowther. Citv Clerk. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE FARM AND MOUNTAIN LAND IN BLAIR'S VALLEY. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for Washington County th dav of October. Equity .'cause:. No. -. George T.- -P,rather_ passed on the A. D. 1939, in 14014, in which and Charles Rockwell, are the Plaintiffs and John , et al. are th- Defendants, the under-; signed Trustee appointed in said-'; decree \vill offer a.t public sale in"front of the Court House in Hagers— ! town. 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. Washing-ton County. Maryland, of which David Hull, late of said county. died seized and possessed: Parcel No. 1: Comprising three, tracts or parcels of land nil lying*! contiguous and being all tha.t farm!containing 127.23 acres of land, more"' or less, situate and lying along botlu> sides of the Stone Cabin or Hanging^ Rock Road in Clearspring Election*,District, and . being more fully de-~. scribed In that certain deed from" Charles E. Kisner to the said David, 1 -. Hull dated the 2nd day of June.w 19X6. and recorded in Liber No>. 201. Folio 243. one of the Land Re-p cords of Washington County, which'; deed is hereby referred to for aj*. more particular description of said?; real property. The improvements;* thereon consist of a seven room log£ weatherboarded frame house, framed barn, hog pen and wagon shed.I* corn crib, one car frame garage.*frame spring house with never fail-line- spring near house, log smoked house, chicken house, and Public Sale 3'i ACKKS—Ron ; 1'. Brick house. bank barn, priced for quick sale. • lohtr K. Taylor Agencv. Ph. S3S. 51.00 per bu. pies. 2oo per llorst. Phonr WI-:I-:T CIHKI: 20o per gal. Snyder Aveniit i:ro apple .mie nyder's Orchar Instruction SW1-:K l-'arin, ci.lar. lOc Halt'wav. gal. Musical, Dancing, Dramatic* 44 DANCING classes now forming: also private lessons. Strasser's .JQ'^JlC'.'J.P-^r^""'- •"'•' W \VasIi. ir,.",7,l COULD YOU FILL «. l>~ett"er~ job V Look over tn« "ITcl], wnntert" Column and ne« what i.i b«lna~ offered. Coal ind Wood 5G-A — O P. Automatic Coal P.urnej-s AYERS BROTHERS Rear 3;t W Antietam St. •"Orl.srinal" Pa. Epg and Lump Coal All sizes of Pocahontas Run Mine Phone '.»00-901 lllit ACRES—:; miles from town, on hard mad, 3."> A. pasture, good buildings, priced to sell. C. E. V x HllK.'M j_v.-.£_!J ' ] r-T S t.__ T •! i on£_2 S s "• - Houset For Sale 84 AT CITY PARK— S i ~' dwelling, al! c<>nv., 1st ilition, c;i,u be used a dwelling. M«.ney to r>'n;n I service. Jo!;;>, Agency. Phone. 2i>s:'.l. Y OR BUILD uVider~VlL~diirecr reduction or regular mortgage loan nlan at The First Federal Savings & Loan Ass:i N. Ji.nath:i:i St. Tt-1. 1001 I >O 1:1.: LE I: RIC 1C—A n n u.-il income $300. Good tenants. Priced for quick sale. $2.uO(>. 'J»urt Really Co.. 21-! 2nd N'.itional 2 -1S L PUBLIC SALE Vnder and l>y virtue of the power of sale coiift-rred by Article C3, Section r>6 of the Public General Laws of Maryland, the undersigned will sell at public sale at Parker Tire Company. 33.", West Franklin Street, Hagerstowkn. Maryland, on Tl.'KS- I>AY, tK'TOP.KK :',!. 1939. at 10 a. m.. P9::'..' CUKYSI.KK TO sedan. Mot/.r No. V1S7:»S. Serial No. !'M"7\VI-;. Said car to be sold to .satisfy a lieu claim for siorag.r and other lawful charges ouii'.'jr I.'.v Leonard ramphe!]. and i-t-iiiainiiig unpaid for a period of more than thirty days. T !•: K MS—< "ash." 1 ;mi i ed in t f al required. VKRNON L. PARKKR. Trading as Parkt-r Tir.- (.'oinpnny .1. <'. Snyder. Auct. renu.iv- j f I. JL \J V i j j TV ; Bank i* 4 ! m' W. C At 1 TRDAY. lot. Suin- Ave, Larg finance. Si:;«lt i.-on ve:;ie:ice.s. So.,",on. sh required. Modern X End, will sell at ^ s. Good double brick, will take. glc as part payment. Strole :i'!v <'i'v. Arcade P.ldg shop. All buildings are in good** state of repair and roofs are good.^ Some fruit, about forty acres oC^ cleared land in good state of culti-)^ vation and the balance in young*timber. The whole tract is fenced-* The .said farm will be offered by% the acre and as a Avhole. The sell-*; ers reserve all interest in the corn'* crop now standing in shocks on the»; premises and reserve the right to*' themselves and t" the cropper to go»; upon the premises to husk and re-*" move said crop of corn. With the*; above reservation, possession tot* said premises shall be gix*en upon*" ratification and compliance -with*the terms of sale. v PARCEL NO. 2: Being all that* tract or parcel of unimproved moun-- tain land containing 89.6 acres oft. land, more or less, comprising threa^ trncts all lying contiguous and sit-C uate in Blairs Valley, on and nearr-: both sides of the Srone Cabin Road,^; in the Clearspring Election District,; adjoining Parcel No. 1 hereinbefore- described and more particularly de-:- scrihed in that certain deed "fromH William C. Kisner to the said David> Hull dared the :»th day of Novem-- ber. A. IX 193fi. and recorded in Lib-:- er No. ^02. Folio 41.".. another of-^ the Lam! Records of Washinirton"- county. which deed is hereby refer-'" rod to for a more particular do.-'- .veription of srtid real property. The\ f-ntire tract is fence<!. Possession,'.' of said! real property shall he eriven-7 upon ratification and compliance;. \virh the terms of sale, TEFIMS OF SALE:—One-hnlf oC- the purchase money to be paid on\ tli.- d.'iv of sale or the ratitlcation." thereof by the Court and the re—', siilue in one year from the day of sal A -with interest thereon from.. saM day. the purchaser or purchasers- to srive his or their notes or.' bonds, with surety or sureties to he'.approved by said Trustee for th<v! said deferred payment, or all cash"at ihe option of th.e purchaser. A-' • •ash deposit of S.'O ^n each parrel^ ;.1 l>e made to the Trustee on the, 1 HARVEY M. Whito. Aii. M. MILLER. Trustt-e. GET what you want through classified ad and he satisfied. OH, DIANA! 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