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Playground Results In th« playground "Hole Bowl" Toursam«nt at Fairgrounds on Thursday night. Franklin Marty, Fairgrounds, took first p l a c e , while Elwood Unglebaer. Harmon 'ield. came in second. The coatest- _nts each had three turns consisting of 5 rolls per turn and Ux« scores were as follows: E. Unglebaer. Harmon Field, 6 points. F. Marty. Fairgrounds, 3 points; S. Smith. Harmon Field. 0 points; H, Hamilton, Fairgrounds. 5 points; B. Ford, Harmon Field. 3 points; R- Speaks. Fairgrounds, 5 points. Playground Leagues Girl softballers of City Kecreat- Xional Department Playgrounds opened summer circuit play Friday at Baker Park, with Fairgrounds downing Staley Park. 8- Winning Fairgrounders* t e a m was--D. Ford, A. McBride, R. Shores. B. Shores. \V. Shank. A. Fogle. E. Fogle and Lacy. Staley- Parkers--R. Lambert. S. Kelly. M. Reeder. M. J. Shockley, M. Hartman. W. Reese, A. Daugherty, 3. Biehl and E. Stull. Past Baseball Greats Of Two County Towns Are Recalled Boys' Softball Harmon Field swamped Fairgrounds. 18-13. in a wild boys" league game of playground softball, Friday morning at Harmon Field. The .vinners forged ahead with 2 seven-run, last of the second-inning rally while blanking tne losers in the top of the same frame, and were never thereafter headed. The teams were: Fairgrounds: K. Ford, J. Shaw, D. Speaks. H. f. Mala. S. Marsden, T. Miss, C. Zimmerman. H Hamilton and Wallace: Harmon Field--D. Hildebrand. J. Baker, S. Hildebrand. C. Harding. H. Lake. K. Day, K. Luhn. T. Geiser and S. White. INJUNCTION ISSUED San Francisco, July 2 liPi--A Fed- i era! Court injunction against a rnari-' time tieup on the West Coast was- issued late today at the request of ^the United States Government. k Duplicating action already taken on the East Coast. Federal Judge 3eorge B. Harris issued the 80-day order for a "cooling off period." In connection with the 38-year- old rivalry between the New Market and Ijamsville baseball clubs, as they prepare for their game on [July 4tb. at Ijamsville. 2:30 p. m. ME. S. T.i. Judge Charles E. Moy- I laa. of Baltimore, writes in a re! miniscent vein of past baseball .greats of both towns. Having nimself played in about , a dozen of these hard-fought i clashes, and been aa interested i spectator at mosi of the others. ] the former coach of the old Boys' ] High School baseball team, when · asked to pick an all-time, all-star | team from each of ihe towns, j readily complied. | New Market all-time team: I Catchers--Bill Willis. K. Burgee I and Arthur Murphy: pitchers-' Hampton Willis. Kennard, R. Bur. gee, Paul Zimmerman, sad Stock! man; : Firs: base--Sam Viz (BOW de~ ' ceased;, and Bill Zimmerman; " second base--Lewis Willis: shori- ' stop -- Norris and Hildebraad: · zhird base--Johnny Umberger and · A. Burgee; Oulfield--Rober: Hopkins. Meil Burgee. Percy Hogarth: utility-"Moose"* Summers, James Mur! phy. West "BsH" Burgee, and ihe , Hogarth brothers. 8-H and Don. Judge Moylan adds ihat at the . turn of the" century she o!d Hyalts- , :own learn, which was winning "' amateur championships of the ' county, was known far and wide . because of the stellar work of one ! of ihe greatest batteries in Fred: erick County history, composed of . two brothers, the late Mac Burgee. j pitcher, and the !a:e Gabe Burgee, ! catcher. ! The former was the father of ] Ralph Burgee. Bill Burgee and ! MeU Burgee, one-time stars of j Xe-.v Market teams. Meil Burgee j is now the principal of Charlotte JHaH Military Academy. A. Burgee and K. Burgee, named on the all-star team from New Market's present nine, are sons of Gabe Burgee. the old Hyattstown catcher. The former Ijamsville second j baseman names the following ; Ijamsville all-time teaia: i Catchers--Lester Feaga. Graf Ion Wallis and Harold Frushour; pitchers -- Bill Kin?. "Bodie" ; Cook. Roger Molesworth. Don Rice - and Clyde Hauver; ; First base--Sherwood MacKea- . zie; second base--Guy "Rabbit" Ramsburg: short stop -- "Chiz" - Staley. Earl Wolf (now deceased). . and Charlie Bowers; third base-'Tony Wagner; Outfield--James Grove. Peck ' Striae and Charles Holland; utility--Clyde Martz. Fred Oland. , "Dotie" Staley. Kiles Abrecht. \ Clark Castle and Harvey Tobery. ; Judge Moylan points out that = ihe athletic field of Briarley Hall j Military Academy is named "Wolf -· Field" in honor of the late Earl Wolf, who at one time starred for Briarley Hall; that "Chlz" Sta'ey is now playing in organized base\ baH. and that Sherwood MacKenzie made good for several years in " organized baseball and received a , tryout with the Chicago Cubs as a pitcher. ; That Bill King was a successful ; pitcher in the old Blue Ridge j League for several years: that ' Lester Feaga played for awhile in the George's Creek League; that ; Wallis starred for the University " of Maryland. James Grove for Georgetown and Roger Mo!es- - worth for Blue Ridge college. : There will be a preliminary game on Sunday. July 4th. at 1 p. m. I E. S. T.) between the Ijamsville Oldtimers, managed by Alan | Groff, and the New Market Old- I timen. managed by Charlie Wood. I | Vels* Team Rallies | To Defeat Legion ! Veterans of Foreign Wars came from behind Friday evening in | Baker Park to take the. initial second half City Softball League verdict from the American Legioa. 5 to 2. The Legionnaires scored both runs in the second to take a 2-0 lead but the winners counted one in the second, tied the score in the third and produced two to win in the fifth- Bud Kennedy walked and stole second but was thrown out at the plate on Harley's single. Harley went to second on The throw-in and scored on Simon's single. Shaf, fer's flv verst throush Rothe«;hoc- · fer and Cannon singled to load the sacks. Simon scored on Stitelv's Cy. The score: P. H E Legion 2 5 2 V . F . W . 5 7 3 Hauver and Shaw, Shaffer and · Kennedv. , Galihcrsburg's Blue Moon team in a doubleheadcr starting at 1:30 p. m. Sunday (DST at Urban*. Playing a seven-gam* series. Blue Moon has aheady won three in a row. First game: R. H. E. Rocky Spring* 3 3 3 Urban* . 5 13 0 R. Blank and C. Blank: E. Len', hart and Schafler. ; Second game- R. H. E , Rocky Springs 8 9 1 JUrbana 4 7 5 R. Linton and H. Hooper: F. PangU, P. Rice and Schaffer. PUBLIC SALE The New*. Fr«4rrick. Md.. Saturday. J«ly 1. 1MI SEVftM Canning Supplies EEGEFUCO 45 Souin Market St. . UKBAXA SPLITS L'rbana's independent. senior softball team split a twits bill with . Rocky Springs. Friday evening, at Urbana: taking the opener. 5-3 ind · dropping the nightcap. 8-4. The ' team behind pitcher R. Blank '. played errorless ball for the first time this season: but rr.iscued badly to lose the second tilt. Next time out. Urbana meets Now IsThe Time For all carpentry work, repair- injr. remodeling, new construction, see Thomas Constr.Eng. Co. 310 Jefferson Street Phone 2144-J ELEQRIC REFRIGERATOR TROUBLE? CALL EAST END GROCERY 1S57 ANYTIME Commercial Domestic Franklin (*) Stockman 100 E. 6th St. Electrical Appliances Repaired COLORED LEAGUE GAME Monday holiday and semi-pro baseball in Frederick will be highlighted by a Colored League game. 2:30 p. m. (DST. at McCurdy Field. William P. Larkin Post American Legion here, will entertain. Havre De Grace. In the history of evolution, birds are more closely related to the crocodilians than crocodilians are to the turtles. DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North. Market St. Phone 835 Top Soil and Flagstones BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY Stones for Roads and Drive-ways ALSO FELL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern, Phone 16I4-J Dump Trucks for Hire NEWLY ORGANIZED FRAXKIE SHATJH AND HIS «- PIECE DANCE ORCHESTRA Open for all Social Engagements RATES REASONABLE For Reservations Call: FRMCIS E. SHAM, Jr. 12 Middle Street TAXEYTOWX, 1ARXLAJST Phone 19-W or 54-R FOR SALE MODERN HOME IN WESTERN SECTION Located in the finest residential section of the city, strictly mod' era and up-to-the-minute in appointments. First floor, large living room with open fireplace, center hallway, dining room, modern kitchen and pantry. Second Soor. three bedrooms and bath, large closets. Cellar cemented and oil heat. Screened porch. Hardwood floors and completely insulated. Garage. Beautiful lawn, trees and shrubbery. Owners leaving- city. Inspection by appointment. For further particulars apply: NOAH E. CRAMER SON REALTORS 114 Court Street Frederick, Md. PUBLIC SALES PUBLIC SALE Selling the home where I now live and moving to a smaller place. I'm offering at Public Sale on SATURDAY. JULY 17 At 1 P. M.. The Folio-wing Items: Enameled kitchen range, Florence oil range, kitchen table and four "chairs, kitchen cabinet, oak dining room table and 6 chairs, oak buffet. 3-piece living room suite, oak library table, oak bedroom suite, double iron bed arid springs, single iron bed. walnut chest ' of dra-.vers. oak dresser. 2 large arm » chairs, hand vacuum cleaner, stands, |' mirrors. 2 churns, pans, dishes. 2 five- gal. stone jars, five gal. copper kettle. . bucket-a-day stove, butchering tools including- 3 iron kettles and scalder. 2 single shovel plows, double shovel plow. 1 one-horse and 1 two-horse barshear plo".v. com coverer. hay mower. 3 heavy tow chains. 2*o:ie-horse · ·wagons, one on rubber, other on steel: bcme-mace rord tractor. Sears garden tractor, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS--Cash. Take Srst country ro?d to right oS Dual Highway, then follow arro-ttrs. LUTHER M. GILBERT. Near Old Braddock · m Joseph L. Reeder. Auct. i L F- Holter. Clerk ! PUBLIC SALE Wednesday, July 7th, 1948 PROMPTLY AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A. M. D.S.T. At farm where I reside, about 4 miles tvest of ML Airy, Maryland. 100 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 50 dairy cattle. Holstein and Guernseys, number of fresh cows, springers, and fall cows, heifers, bulls and steers. Some are vaccinated for bangs. 5 HEAD FARM HORSES Most are young, with several single line leaders. 45 HEAD HOGS 'Weighing from 40 to IOO Ibs. SOW AXD PIGS FARM IMPLEMENTS AND TRUCKS Mowers, hcrsc rakes, wagons, corn planter, harsh ear plows, harrows, and smaller plows, pick-up truck, in excellent mechanical condition: one arid one-half ton International stake body truck in extra good order, also lot of good harness. TERMS--CASH in full on day of sale. Lunch by Locust Grove Church. GEORGE E. RUNKLES MT. AIRT, MD., ROtTTE NO. Z. GLEXX TROCT, EMMERT R. BOWLUS and JOHN W. NULL. Aucts. RAYMOND L. KELLY. Clerk. THE WALKERSVILLE FIREMEN'S CARNIVAL July 5 f 6, 7 f 8, 9 and 10th WALKERS\aLLE, MARYLAND FAMOUS DELUXE BINGO EVERY NIGHT NEW TENT 40x80 FEET -- SEATING 250 The Committee Promises You Have Never Seen Such Values On Any Bingo Stand 5 IX A ROW-- 4 CORNERS-- AND NEW "MYSTERY METHOD"-- ALL WIN tosplayel Mr«» Evtry Spray iajc Need-- Eujr to \fci|Ebt-- Pom trf ul -- Simple C hat no taak. JUK pUcc the boM in the spray soSurioo. operate the hand-sleeve anil you develop oier IOO pound* pressure. Noa-clogxuir. nozzle hit five differ' ear seiucgs. one of w-hich till throw- the spnv 35 feet. Weighted suction end contjin- , ing screen keeps hose submerged xnd agitates · solution. Easily cleaned. Can I also be used for «hire« ashing. creosotieg. spraying garden*. .^^AaatY ' · shrubs, trees, la.-ni »n j '-·-- ^' *""·· small fires. EVERY POUL- I tTlSJ TRY KAISER AND FARMER V / jT SHOULD HAVE ONE. · . * · I MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY I 100 WEST SOUTH ST, I Frederick, Md. Phone 439 ELASTIC HOSIERY Comfort, wntform ptvttur* *nd IOAQ w»*r can bt obttlnad ofllr from E l a s t i c Hct!*ry tHat Is *ctantlGcall]r coniiructtd trim fr.ih. !!«· nibbtr *«d Hi* b«if tr.rj p;«c* of Baltic Moiitry told U MB- ftiof«« U mamfac- r*r«d «ip*cl*!ly for u, tndtr ottf own specific*. to*i, ««d cfri** o«r Our cwnpUU ilock ol S « A R l l « s t or S«*mad Hou»nr conutti of: l«t. Knt« C«B. L*99h4i ·od 6*rt*r Sloclimji. .tc.. f» tfl* diff»r«iit 9r«d«( lin««. Eip.rl- ·ftctd firtvrt alwaft oa dutr. No char^B for coa- ralUKen tad f!tt!fi s . Rtt«sfla«»U pric«». RASTIC HOSIE»T NON-SKID SPOT fAO TRUSSES A10OMINAL SHOULDER IKACES WILLIAMSON'S Drug Store PUBLIC SALE VERY FINE ANTIQUE FURNITURE, GLASS, CHINA, ETC. I ivill sell at my iiome located Southeast of Middlctotvn off Slonte 40 along Locust Valley Road from Middlctotrn on THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1948 AT 11:00 A, M., TO-WIT: Cherry bedroom suite, bed. dressing- bureau, ·vvashstand. 4 cane seat chairs, cherry chest of drawers.- walnut chest of drawers, cherry marble top stand, -walnut marble top wubstand. cherry ·writing- desk with book case, bird's eye maple back, cherry spool chest, cherry drop leaf table. 4 walnut hard-bottom chairs, 4 cane seat chairs, walnut reindeer bracket, large walnut rocker, clothes trees in hard wood, wall brackets. Following- are modern pieces--wahiut rocker, oak washstand. small table, single iron bed with springs, 2 high back oak cane scat chairs. Glass and China--2 large figures, lamps, lamp stands, old g-ob- !ets, gold lustre pitcher, ironstone china, milk glass china, mustache cups and saucers, flowered and hand-painted plates, cut glass -vases, china teapots, gold band china, and many items not mentioned, all in good condition. TERMS--Cash. MRS. ELEANOR R. GERRICH, Middlctown, Md. EMMERT R. BOWZ.TJS, Auctioneer OSCAR SPONSEtXER, Clerk EXECUTORS' SALE -- OF -PERSONAL PROPERTY By an order of the Orphans" Court of Montgomery County we -will sell on the premises, the home farm of the late Elias Dorsey Kins, on the road from Henderson's Corner to Cedar Grove in Montgomery County, on Route 27 about one mile east of Henderson's Corner on SATURDAY, JULY 10,1948 BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 9:30 O'CLOCK A. M. ID.1..T.) The personal property belonging to said estate consisting in "part as follows: 58 HEAD OF MILK COWS 5 HEIFERS 5 PERCHERON HORSES MACHINERY I "Case" D. C. model tractor. 1 "International" H model Farm- all tractor. 1 McCormick-Deerinj: grain drill, 1 McCormick-Deering- binder. 2 McCormick-Deerins: mowers, 1 McCortnick-Dcering corn plow tractor. 1 McCormick-Decring corn plow. 1 McConnick- Deering- disc plow, tractor: 1 John Deere corn planter. 3 John Deere spring- harrows, 23-tooth; 1 manure spreader. 1 John Deere disc harrow, 1 cnltipacker, 1 "New Idea" side delivery rake. 1 "Xew Idea" hay rake. 1 "Case" 12-in. 2-bottom plow, 1 "Thomas" lime sower, 2 farm wagons, 2 hay carriages. 1 combination tragon bed. 1 1941 pickup (Ford) track. 1 1941 Chevrolet stake truck, 1 Dclingcr hammer mill, 1 hand lawn mower. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 4 unit DeLaval milking machine, milk cooler and strainer. 44 10-gal. milk cans, 1 Kelvinator ice box. 1 doable wash tub, and other equipment to be announced at sale. Also tools and other equipment. There Trill also be sold the estate's two-third interest in the corn noxv stored in the crib and the growing corn crop. TERMS OF SALE--As prescribed by the Orphans' Court, cash with the clerk on sale day and no property removed until paid for. MERLE U. KING and VIRGINIA GERTRUDE PORREY, Executors of Elias D. King Estate. LEO BENDER and THOMAS M. ANDERSON, Attorneys, Rockville, Md. EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer. Inspection of the above property may be made by appointment by calling Gaithcrsburg 799-W-I2. SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY By virtue of the power of sale contained 111 the Chattel Mortgage from Martin L. Bvadenkoff and Katharine Beadenkoff. his wife, to W*«t«rn Maryland Trust Company, to secure the repayment of the principal sum of $5.000. with interest at 5'~c per annum, dated the 23rd day of October. 1940. and recorded in Chattel Record FFCL No. 2. Folio 204. one of the Record Books of Frederick County, default in the payment of said obligation having occurred, the undersigned attorney named in the mortgage will offer at public tale af-- DRUMMISE FARM Located on Route 75. 4 Mile* North Of New Market. Frederick County. Maryland, on TUESDAY. JULY 6TH. 1948 At 10.00 O'clock (DSTi the following personal property, now located on the premises aforesaid.-19 grade Jersey and Holstem rmlch cows: 4 grade Jersey heifers; 1 grade Ayrshire heifer: 7 mixed heifers: 2 Jersey heifers: 1 Ayrshire heifer: 2 grade Guernsey milch cows: t F-SO International tractor: 1 Ford '» T. Truck 18-4027304. 1 Ford Cabriolet (1941) 18-6479401. TERMS OF SALE--Ca»h W. CLINTON McSHEPJRY. Attorney named in the Mortgage Auctioneer Emmert K. Bowlus Clerk: John L Shaw ADMINISTRATOR'S PUBLIC SALE ', OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY : By virtue O! an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County. Maryland, passed on the 17th day of May. 1948 the undersigned Adnunii- j trator o . a o! the estate of Laura V. (Procter) Procton. by William B. : Hilton, agent, will sell at Public Auction on the premises where the said Laura V 'Proctor* Procton resided i abou; two miles from Dickerson. near Mt. Ephriam in Frederick County. FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1948 at the hour of 2 o'clock. P M . D. S T. j all the iollovking valuable personal' property, to-wit: Kitchen range, chunk sto\e. oak drop leaf table, pie cupboard, walnut rock- G. H. MERCER A SONS PEOPLfcS FINANCE CO. Could You UM 4 room modem bungalow. 150.00 - .ISO 00 -«*,,* ^^S^SS^TfflSTE^Uta. or more in och | Military Row], hardwood aUwTeniMK t» help meet Ui« expense* wMcb basement laundry tubt. steam he*t with stoker, garage, extra lot with 50 ft. frontage. $13.900. t room modern dwelling. 71» ariae at *nl» time of year? If *o. we cordial) invl'e vou 10 a*- cept this invitation to call oc us. fix the money you n»*L FZOPLES USANCE CO. 11 North Court Si. (A horn* Small Loan Co. I HUBERT P. BURDETTE Potomac St. Brunswick. Md. Immcd. I poss. i C room modern brick dwelling, h. w. floors, oii beat, cement basement, im- j mediate possession. 33 acre* alone macadam road 4 nute , west of Frederick improved with « 1 room dwelling. i GRAYSON H. MERCER SONS Real Estate Loans Insurance ! Pythian Castle Bid*. Phone 337 ,-»«« Sn^i^ba.^eiec 7 water! STEWART HOBBS BKOWN system. furnace. converged dairy j ~-"'--· -- ~--. --.----. -- ·. -- ^. -- ·. ^.^...M^.^.^. bam with 28 stanchions, er^iiarv and ; other outbid**. Early pow. SS6.00O. · Your Iteal CiUte Llstincs Ar« Solicited 8 room frame dweUmg on ^ta!e ! ,, , _. . . _ highway with l ' j acres of land eiec. i R ' aJ "*'· Bonds Incuraac* water system bath, furnace, a modern ; o^«-«,. . ~-- ..»,,,,« house an gcx«J loc-tion, 35 miles from · STEWART HOBBS BROWN Baltimore. 12 from Frederick. Imravd- 15 North Court St. Pbon* ' late possession. S7.800. H P. BURDETTE SON. Mt. Airy. Md. Ph. 123 DAVID O. GRIFFIN RALPH W. BOYER Modern brick dwelling on Military , Road. Close to entrance to Camp ) Deirick and near city bus. S rooms u.'Yvn«rrn»M iv=i»n*»·-*· : ""? »**? 5"' 1Ioor - 3 fooaa and bath WINDSTORM 1NSLHA».CE apt. 2nd floor with private entrance. With sts terrifyinjt ssrengUi. a tor- Annual income from apt- 5600. A new^ nado or v«o!ent wanrtsiorzii can de- privately built home and good invest- moliih jour property in a single rip- merit- ping twin or howhnx rush You can't , »_.,,_ . . . _ stop the wind--but ou can obtain s M *" , 2! "oTM*** « n ^- Pat. St.. low-cost protection .-igsms: its d:s-. la -' £ell 1 - and K _nd Street. a«rous effects. Aik u* about :s today Buildine lots for dwellings or con»- DAVID O GRIFFIN ^^ buijdin ^- ««» ·«*.·«*. INSURANCE 57 N. Court St. Phone 600 . °° nt -' hesitate^ to cansuM this of- fir* on Fire Automobile. Compensa- ; quilts. w:ne chest, liquor cabinet. - heavy brass kettle, miniature milk i glass lamp, berry set. 12 wheat head t plates. lot of kitchen utensils, lot glass- j ware nnd old divhe-i. picture frames, ' rugs nnd many other articles not men- '· tioned ' A number of the above articles are antique TERMS OF SALE--Cash «t time of 'sale. ; JOHN \V. PROCTOR. Admnr c. t_ a. by WILLIAM B. HILTON. 2S West Patrick St, Phone 11S3 Frederick. Md RALPH W BOYEH BOYER INSURANCE AGENCY Frederick Representative For Murray C. Sohn 1 X Court St. Tele. 22 U HOWARD A. GROSS FOR SALE i J1OLDEN S. FELTOX. · Attorney ' Emmert R. Bowlus. AucL j R. L. Keliy. Clerk ' PUBLIC SALE i OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the Power of Sale eon- ! ' tained in the last Will and Testament ! i of Ella J. Swomley. recorded among I j the Will Records in the ofllce of the j . Register of Wills for Frederick Coun- j ! ty. dated June 25. 1945. and an Order ' j of the Orphans' Court for Frederick j · County, dated June 21. 1948. the un- I I derslgned Executor wilt offer at pub- ; | lie sale at the Court House Door in ; . Frederick. Marvlnnd. on I ! SATURDAY. THE 24TH. DAY OF I - JULY. 1948. j at the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m. 1 ail the following described real estate ; of which the said Ella J. Swomley I died seized and possessed, to-wit: i All that real estate consisting of ! two farms lying contiguous to each i other, containing 278 acres, more or j less. improved with twelve-room · stone mansion house with electricity. ! slate roof, outside bake oven, stone j wood shed \vith slate roof, ice house j with slate roof, stone dairy barn with slate roof. s?one meat house nnd washhouse combined, with slate roof. frame bank barn with sUte roof, size 30'xI05'. containing 20 stanchions and equipped for Baltimore market: concrete block dairy house, two chicken houses, hog pen and wagon shed. Some distance from the mansion house there is also a wagon shed- and : chicken house. ' There is reserved from this prop! eriy and sale an electric water pump. . j tank and Columbian oil burning floor j ; furnace j i This tract of land has about 85 · acres pasture. 53 acres woodland and ' the balance tillable. ! Title deeds to the above described j property being as follows: ! ( 1 ) Deed from Walker Neill JollitTe. ! Assignee, to Elisha C. Swomley (who j predeceased the said Ella J. Swom- j ley) and Ella J. Swomley. as joint j tenants, dated May 29. 1929. nnd re- i ; corded In Liber No. 370. folio «41 c.. j i one of the Land Records for Fredcr- | ! ick County. i (2i The second parcel described in a deed from Clayton O. Keedy and ! Edward S. Delaplaine. Trustees, to i i Elisha C. Swomley (who predeceased Ella J. Swomley) and Ella J. Swom- ley. as joint tenants, dated December j 14. 1922. and recorded in Liber No. 340. folio 563. one of the Land Re- co'-ds for Frederick County. j Terms of sale--Cash on day of sale j ! or noon ratification thereof by the , i Court. A deposit of $2.000.00 will be re- , j quired of the purchaser on day o f , j salf. j Possession to be given subject to, tenant's rights. j Taxes to be adjusted to day of sale, j Cost of conveyancing and federal ] revenue stamps at the expense of the · ' purchaser. FAKMERS AND MECHANICS i NATIONAL BANK OF FRED- ' ERICK. A BODY CORPORATE. ' ! Executor. ' William M. Storm. Attorney. ; I U. Grant Hooper. Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE OF ; VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY : ! (Burdettei 1 By -v-irtue of the power of sale con' tained in the Decree of the Orphans' I · Court for Frederick County. Mary- j · land, passed on the 14th day of June, j ! 1948. in the matier of the estates of j Florence I. Burdette *nd James T. j Burdette. nnd in the cause therein depending, wherein C.M. Waltz, et a!., are Complainants and Bessie Bardette. in- . fanf. et al.. are Respondents, being No. i 4320. the undersigned Trustees, ap- | pointed nnd authorized, will sell at pub- j lie sale, in front of Von EifTs store, in j Union-nlle. Frederick County. Md.. on , SATURDAY. JULY 10. 1948. \ at 2.30 o'clock, p. m . , all of the real estate of -which the said Florence I. Burdctte and James T. Burdette died, seized and possessed. in Woodville and Linganore Districts, to wit--First'--All of the land of which Florence I. Burdette died, seized and possessed, lying along the public road leading from Fritztown to HarrisviUe. containing 41- acres, more or less, unimproved, and being the same land referred to and described in the deed from Ernest A Lawrence to Florence I Burdeite. Nov. 25. !9iS. Lib. 325. fol. 2o7. This parcel of land can be convertcd- ed readily info a nice home- Second:--The parcel of land of ·a-hich James T. Burdette died, seized and possessed, lying along the same road and opposite the above-mentioned firs: parcel, containing * acres, more or less, unimproved, and being the same lapd described in the deed Irorn Charles B. Long to James T. Burdclte. June 11. 1923. Lib. 356. fol. 455 Third:--The parcel of land of -which James T. Burdette died, seized *nd possessed, adjoining parcel No. 2 on the west, containing 6 acres, more or less, unimproved, and being land referred to and described in the deed from Earl A. Lone and wife to James T. Burdeite and Florence R Burdette. his wife. Feb. 2. 1929. Lib. 370. fol. 290 A fine «trfnm of water fTalbot Creek i runs through parcels 2 and 3 and they casiiv can he converted into excellent mcadowland TERMS OF SALE --Cash on the day of sale, or on ratification thereof b\ the Court, or all cash at the option of the purchasers A deposit of 1/5 of the selling price of each parcel v,-i!l be required of the purchaser on the day of sale. Possession upon ratification and delivery of deed. All costs of conveyancing, including revenue stamps, at the expense of the purchaser SHERMAN P. BOWERS. WALTER E. SINN. Trustees. Sherman P Bowers. Attorney. Murray C. Bohn. Auctioneer* NOAH E. CRAMER SON CITY HOMES FOR SALE Six room modern brick resilience No. 3 West Seventh Street. Pricrd for a Quick sale. Eight room brick dwelling, oil heal, hath. West Third Street. Immediate possession, ouncr changing residence. Modern residence, six rooms, oil heat, h a r d w o o d floors. Garage. Grounds landscaped with lovely shrubbery and trees. Owner leaving city. Earlv possesMon. Western :ec- tlon. For further particulars, apply: NOAH E CRAMER ik SON Realtors 11* N. Court St. Frederick. Md. ness. Every- For particulars HOWARD A. GROSS "Realtor" 9 Court St. Phone 877 Frederick. Mfl. P. fi. ROOP 1T1IUD4V *» {tlUtUvAI C. 15 mi 7 ?^ C f «. m ^ low Covers Comer. '· mi. from Mt. Airy on county road vL.r£° m 'rame house, electric, large bank barn, partly modern for shipping milk, and other buildings in fair repair !j acres timber (some oak for snwinjst. 30 meadow and permanent pasture. Bal. tillable. Onlv $7 500 J on on before April 1st. "1949 P. B. ROOP Phone 86-J New Windsor. Md. I35-A. 0-room brick house, electric water system, modernized bnnk barn. 30 stanchions and cups, new block dairy, never failing water, nil bldgs.. In fair repair, mostly metal roof, land very productive, tractor farmed Poss this fall. 3 miles from Union Bridge, 'i mile mostly stoned drive to State road. Quick sale. $10.500. 53-A. 6-room (rame house, electric, well water nt house and barn, also cistern at barn, all bldgs. in fair repair, metal roof, some woodland, good meadow. 2nd grade dairy. 12 A, wheat. 8-9 A. com. 2 A sweet corn. 14 A. good grass for hay. 2 A. tomatoes, nil above for f".300 owing to bad health and will give immediate poss. to handle crops, house later in summer. MURRAY C. BOHN Real Estat* Phone Union Bridge. Md.. 9-3 K. L. ZENTTi ,!,, y g £^ d Iltilc P r °Pcrty handy location at Thurmont. Full cement base- k^' "iff tDorchcs . 'wge combination kitchen-dining rm.. kitchenette, pantrr "X tne ,"?;· 2nd "oof h« 2 nice bed! £ms-. bath and hallway. Good attic iV c i y water - "ton" sash. Garage poultry house, large lot. nice lawnT^ Wirtn addltion to k»Tte truck patch FOR RENT 54-acre d»?ry farm, near New Windsor. Md. (Money rent). Good 6-room frame house, electric and water. Bank barn with modern stable for 16 cows, new dairy, silo. etc. Will sell the stock and equipment to the man that rents the farm. Possession of the farm at once, house as soon ax po«iblr. This owner has a good herd of 15 cows. 10 of them fresh. 1 bull. 50 hens and * lull line of up-to-date m.-ichincry. such as Ford Ferguson tractor, on rubber, and the following tractor equipment: Plows, discs, harrows, new Ferguson corn planter, silo filler, hammcrmill. manure spreader, on rubber: new side- delivery rake, on rubber; hay loader, mower, new T-fu Me"- Cormfck-Deerins binder, drill, low-down waeon. 2 hay .halert, electric milk cooler, milking machine, corn binder, lime sower, belts, trailer and many olhrr articles too numerous to mention. AH for S8.200. Would bring more al public sale. P. B. ROOP Real Estate NEW WINDSOR. 31 D. Phone S6-J HARRY E. MOHLER h P » . h modern bui K alows. steam heat. h. iv. floors. Immediate pas. r n nm r ° 0m ^ m ^ dern *P»rtment house 4 J" 0 " 15 a " d bath on each floor, h. V Quick po" m hCat ' conc «te basement h 6 w° 0 !T,, brick modern *cmi-bung«low. «r«?o flo ° rs - Sarage. steam heit. N section of city, concrete basement r fi.n« .v. r ·"»·""·«:- About 4 blocks from the center of town. Earlv pos If you want to buy real estate or . rea. In gTod C ^e S . mC - " J *TM «° m * ! HARRY E. MOHLER 113 East Third Street Phone 2074 ; DELBERT S. NULL DELBERT S. NULL ; ! K ^Jf 5 "? 15 ^ city dw elling. g rooms and i P^ ' hardwood floors steam beat Poss 30 days East Church St 0EJLBERT S. MJLL Auctioneer Real Estate Insurance 26 W. Patrick St. Phone 1133 M. D. HARP AGENCY BIDDIE BANTERS BY MARYLAND HfflCHERY 5 room bungalow. Northwest scc- t tion. tt w. floors, tile bath, full con- i crcte cellar, mdm. kitchen. Nice lot. , Eariy poss. GI prior approval. | 6 room brick dwell, to fine condi- i tion interior and exterior No expense .involved for new owner to move in. ' ^ice location Earjy possession. 6 room home. Modern in evert- re- Ispect. Large Hvin-f room, fireplace ; Circulating hot air heating plant, fuel i oil. Located 711 Fairview Ave. Large i lot. Immediate possession. I v .. 6 room completely modern dwelt. I Nice location Fuel oil heat. Large lot t side and rear entrance. Best state of . repair. Change of occupancv could j be made with no expense of redecorat- I ing or repair. Early poss. ] Small Farm located just 3 mi from Frederick. 17 acres of land with large j frontage on State Hghw Improved i --ith 4 bedroom modern dwelling. stoker heat. Other improvements in- j elude bank barn, chicken houses. 2 1 car garage, and other necessarv out, buildings, all in fine state of repair Owner occupied for number of years. j Immediate possession. ! 8 room partly modem dwelL One ' acre of land Large frontage on Route -30 Suitable for two famiJv occu- ], pancy and Is jessal business location. i 2 four-room dwellings Located just 4 miles from Frederick. Priced at $3.500 and S2.300 Both Rood locations. SI. D HARP AGEXCY Pythian Castle Building Phone 729 Howard S Fink--Sep. | Gordon W Spurrier--Broker : KEY CHEV. SALES. INC. ... - THlSgtAK'DlGGIN'fOPEM-'" BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Will be needed this year to meet Increased production costs Producing Good Chicks is Our Business Maryland - U S Approved Pullorum Passed Hatchery TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Brorrze and White Holland Write for Catalogue and Latest Pi ices. ! HERE ARE SOME GOOD USED TRCCKS. 1947 · I j 1946 j , ! 1940 I i 15" ' 1941 CHICK HATCHERY Ford l'- ton slake truck. Bx- cellent condition throughout, ixs-w mileage. Ford 1 ' , ton chassis and cab. Low mileage, good tires. Low price. Chevrolet cab-ovcr-enjriae stake truck. 1'i ton. body, ideal for farm use. CMC panel '* ton Perfect condition Chevrolet I'- ton chassis and cab If you need a good truck at a !ow pnce. this is it. Chevrolet school bus. 35-passenger. nody and chassis in food condition. ! Let Key Care For Your C«r- JKEV CHEVROLET SALES. INC. :0« East Patrick St Phone 70T INEWSPAPERif

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