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Frederick, Maryland
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TUB DAILY NEWS, TBEDEXICK, MD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1931. FIV1 ?ATHS John C. Sebea. John C. Scheu. retired railroad cn- gjieer, diei alter an i;ir»ss of sixteen nonths Irani complicationi at his home in Union Bridge Sunday. Be was «ged 57 years, ihree months and 13 days. He was S»m in Pennsylvania, the soa of the late Jacob anc Elizabeth S-heu. a-xi was married so M*-« Seine Beli who survives urith three sons and a daughter as follows: J. E. Scheu. at ht3ie; Sarry M. Scheu. Union Br.cge; Charles W. S:heu. and Mary M. Barnes. Balti- aiore. He also leaves iix grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Sizabeth Burke. SaltiSicre. Mr Srheu seri-ed as engineer en the Western Maryland rail- 6 for 27 jears. retuming £^c ve^rs agj. H* i»as a m-cmber oi the Broth- erhoos of Locomotive Engineers and of the Union Bridge Masonif Lodge. The latter body will fum^h the pallbearers and ccnc-ict buruu seri'ioes at the FARM INCOME LESS FOR STATE IN YEAR Decline Of 22-4 Per Cent Reported By Statistician. FIGURES »ARE FOR 1930 . Punersl Weineiday sc-^rrung at 10.30 o clock uiti se-rvues at the home and bur-al in L£ud-jn Park cenaetery. Balti- ai" r e Rev Mr. Schaieser oi the M- P. church, assisted by Sev. P. H. Williams, pastor or the Cr.ion Bridge Lutheran Michael M'Caffrey. § Westminster ios: one of its best known and oldest cir-zens Sunday morning, »ben Michael McCaSrey died at about 5 o'clock at his home Liberty street, loliowjss one day's lUness. He was tie soa o! the late Thomas and Sarah Jane Buckingham McCaSrey and was aged 83~ years. His wife. Mrs. Henrietta Trtanc McCaSrey, nine children, M'S. Michael DoySe. Mrs. Joseph O^Farrell and Mrs. Harvey Lesster, Westminster; Eugene. Alma and Mary at home: Bernard. Frederick, and Charles McCaffrey, LittSestoTn. and 23 grandchildren survive. The deceased was a retired farmer, having been born and -iised in Cairo!! county, but spent a "-hort iime in Frederick county. De- spye his age he kept abreast with cur- -eo" afiairs and could converse fiuent- Ir on al! world aSairs. As a politician he was acive in the Democrat! party. Funeral services Tuesday morning, with a requiem higo ma-ss conducted ·ri St. John's CathoUc church, of which tie has been a member lor many years. a- '0 o'clock with services in charge oi Her- Martin P. J. Egan. Interment in the adjoining cemetery. Mrs. Mary C. H^rshman. Mrs. Mary C. Earshmari. widow o£ Israel Eirshman. died at her home, at ChewsriBe. Soncay morning at 1-30 o'clock, of complications, alter aa illness of several months, aged 80 years. She was a daughter of the late Charles and Mary CDelauder) Hooper, of Frederick county. She was a member of the Lutheran church since girlhood. s. HP"**"""" 1 is survived by the following: Daughters, Mrs. Cora Seighman, Mrs. George Krouse and Miss Sdith Harshman. ChewsviHe: Mrs. Seth Punk. Cave|oxro; Mrs. Lawson Wolfinger, Bridgeport: sons, !Emory. State Line: TJpton, Bridgeport: sister. Sirs. P. H. Ciine, Frederick, and brother, HL E. Hooper, Washington. Seven grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren also survive. Funeral Tuesday afternoon, leaving the home at 2 o'clock: services at the Church of the Brethren at Beaver Creek, .at 2.30 o'clock, by Rev. W. t- Remsburg'. Interment in the cemetery ad jotting. Preliminary estimates have placed the gross income from farm products in Maryland for 1930 at $77,785,000, or 22.4 per cent, less than was received in 1929. I H. C. Ros. agricultural statistician ,' for the Maryland Crop Reporting 6err- 'i-ce. m announcing the Sgures. said ' the cash income in 1930 despite the drouth was $62,407,000. The cash income declined more than the gross, dropping 24.5 per cent, from the $82,819,000 figure reported in 1923 , This income represented the" value of commodities actually sold off the farm . where the? were produced. I Both cash and gross income in the drouth yea? of 1930 were 20 per cent. Icwer than the average of the preceding . five years, Ross reported. Incozces from crops of livestock were i low in 1930 but the livestock Income · declined Jess than crops, falling 10.6 ' per cent, below the 1929 figure, but ! about equal to the five-year average. i Gross income from crops iast year I was 24.1 per cent, less than in 1929 and | 25.9 under the five-year avrag I Cash income from crops in 1930 dei cUned 37.3 per cent, from 1929 and was | 25.9 under the five-year average. I for the past five years. Livestock Report. Cash income from livestock sources of all kinds las; year was only about j 10.6 per cent, lower than the previous year and slightly higher than the five- year average. BY RODXET DCTCHEB ; XEA Serrioe Writer. Washington, Dec 22.--White House formal receptions: Pour each winter-diplomatic, cabinet, judicial, congressional. . . The diploziatic, imall^t. gaudiest, most exelus:ie. had 1.800 ' sues. Ambassadors, ministers, attaches and wives. State Department people. 1 hish officials, society folk, others »ho contract with diplomats. . . . You get three cards: t l ) Engraved, gold-embossed invite from the Hoovers for 9 p. m. t.2) Admission ticket. (3) Windshield card to get your car through the gate. If diplomatic or very- special, you're directed to south entrance Otherwise the east. . . . Chec's your uraps in the dowr-stairi corndcr. . The whole White House suS. 25 ei.:ra cops and a squad oi coat-checkers, is on" duty. - - Upstairs . . . Ooh--what splendor! . . . Ambassadors and mm' isters in court uniform, flashy honorary military get-ups in every brilliant ' color, decorated in silver, gold or fur. DYNAMITE EXPLODED TO STOP PARTY OF RAIDERS Four Officers Injured When Caught In Georgia Trap. LOCAL MENTIONS Tuesday--Wednesday and Thursday. Don't Jail to inquire about Uie the large beautiful Dorothy Darling Doll Keaip's i gi'-uig aaay Xmai o\e. KEMP'S, "Oa me Square " LOCAL MENTIONS Give Your Anto m Christmas Gift. A IK-W coat of N.ticl or Chromium will make it look like new. L\» ?.:.·* no». Plio«e The E\ereJy S23, ask lor Mr. Etchiicu. CITIZENS 1 NATIONAL BANK I POTTS ft GRIFFIN. Gilbert's WednrtBay Special. Feaaoo. O*, Dec 21.-A dynamite Our entire «oefc o! Robe. «* P«J«siM trap exploded in tb* rcidst oJ a raiding .* **·· ,. ^ party a: a liquor d^tiilery near here ,, . ^ ^f^f" 5 ' "*?*· «--- e - todsy acd injured four officers. t*o ser- ; · PERSONALS i Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Grove, of i JeSerson. wiU Quietly observe their 22nd ! redding anniversary on. Wednesday. j Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Schmidt, of ! HyattsviUe. spent Sunday with Mr. and I Mrs. Henry Schmidt. 221 West South (street. ! Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Seibei, of Wal| kersville, announce the birth of a son. ' Sunday morning at the Frederick City Hospital. Mrs. John T. King and sons. Masters Joseph and Sidney King, of Baltimore, will be the guests until Thursday of Mrs. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Baker, Francis Scott Key hotel. On Thursday, Mrs. King will be joined by other members of her family and will open the King home near Frederick lor the holidays. Sheriff U-.iis White sites Use party. ' including hioiseU. Deputy Ecrward While and Special Deputies Berry Palmer and WUbert O'Berry and Levi cor- oett. had just arrived at the distillery n-heii the expiation jarred the earth. The sheriff and deputy sherifi »ere knocked to the ground, suffering leg :ry\iri«s that incapacitated them bat were cot considered serious. One o! Palmer's Jess *rss so badly tarn that amputation was necessary. Doctors sa-d he might cot liie. O'Ber- ry'i eyes »^re banxd and physicians feared he might never see again. Coroe::. uninjured, searched the vj- ·.·ir.i'.y hurriedly bat reported he Jound na trace oJ any persons who might :ia\e s«;t o2 the esploojon. He said, roaever. he iound wires leading from the dynamite charge to a switch hidden in the nearby swamp. Three sticks oi dynamite did not explode. Shenfl Whit* said if they had gone off the whole party undoubtedly ·A-0'.ild have been killed. He estimated , five sticks exploded. Wednesday only. Don't Forget Trie S.s Xaiai Dance. AT FREDERICK. ARMORY, Friday Ni:e. 8 .· Reouced Prices. Dr. \V. A. K. Bell. Optometrist. OSc* *'.:ne3t !ai: ur.:.'. !ur*.hvr a::ce Caul S*; or 1659-K-t. Wrti Shaped Fine Trees l-'or Sale. Pru-fd ·tO- up Frtv IX- .-.crj. C W LOCK.ARD S.'3 Nor:;j M^rict S:. 'P:io:se ^15 It .'ro»n* Them All. De\ .:! and :he i THE 'CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK OP FREDERICK, MD. TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS. We wish that you and yours may bate all toe happiness that Chnsi- rnas can bring and that the coos- ::ig jear may be SHed with the warmth ot fine friendships and the comfortable secar.ty of prosperity. POTTS £f GRIFFIN. [THE PEOPLE'S FINANCE CO. Beautiful Cyclamen and Poinwtttas awf.nely decorated mike a most appropriate si:: CREAGER FLOWER SHOPPE, 35 E*»t Patrick St. uer kraut 3 CLARK DEVILBLSS. Minut .irid Third Sti. CAPITAL $100,000.00 ST. PETTERS HAUu, LIBERTYTOWN, ; Wednesday. December ^3. Kood Sale. Ji} tx-cx-rcber '13rd on North Mirie'. strcrt, itrnr the »;«3rr. vii«. ' roll*, plci. ire*s'd chicieii*. etc . teg:r;- r.uis a: 10 i'clcc A'^piivs Guild. KelorawvJ Caurvfc. Match. Xnias Da, 11 o'clock. GLADE VALLEY GUN CLUB j Under a laad-co!onlraUon plan of the ! Finnish government, the area devoted to agriculture increases every year. \ LOCAL MENTIONS i Creajer Flower Shoppe offers you wreaths from seventy-five cents and a collar up. See them before your final selection. Home-Made Mince Meat. 20c per pound CSS WEST FIFTH STREET. ·Phont. 434-W. Announcement. The MarvU::d Ir.dustrtal Finance Company. 26 Wvst Patr..-k Stre*:. will be open evenings from 7 W 9 o'clock all during Cliris-jisai week. : FRANCIS PETROTT. Treas. Consult Groff. The Florist. before buying your Christmas wreaths and pot plants. He is so much cheaper and the workmanship far superior. Store. !49 N. Marte- St. GROFF. The Florist. ·Phone 224. PUBLIC SALES SHERIFFS SM.S" S f K i M . U S $800,000.00 OFFICERS JOSEPH D- BAKER. Chairman of Board. HOLMES D. BAKEX. President. JOHN H. BAKES. Bv »-.r'.^r «· a « r , t pi D.«-i.a'. c! '··» Sls'.e e! M s r t . a 1 : - . :-v:u«^J r-v Wvi Y R*:s::?",-.. X JUMiCr l'J '!:· !*·:» r O! t!'f S'atc Of AMONG THE SICK Mrs. waiiam W. Myers. v Mrs. Clara E. Myers, isife of Wil- Laso. Wallace Myers, died Friday at tier home in Washington, after an illness of two years. She was 71 years of age. Mrs. Myers -was before her first mar- iage Miss Clara R Filby. daughter of the late Samuel and Harriet Filby of Gettysburg. After the death of her first husband. Xicholas Hauer, she wss tnamed to Mr. Myers, who surrires tier. She is also survived by George md Meredi:h Groshon, this city; WU- iam. Harvey and Robert Reed, Balti- nore. nephews; and Mrs. H. V. Carey, this city and Mrs. Laura Jenkins, Baltimore, nieces. She is the last direct relative of her cousin Jennie Wade, io was killed in the Battle of Gettysburg, raving been born in the house where Jennie Wade was shot. For a number of years the deceased was" an employe of The News. The funeral will be held from Mt. Olivei chapel Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment in M;. Olivet cemetery. IVIiss Lots E. Orr. Miss Lois B. Orr, daughter of Clarence Orr. Baltimore, died at the state sanatorium near SabiHasriile Sunday evening at 6.30 o'clock, aged 17 years. Her mother, who preceded her in death, was formerly a resident of near Kemptown. Funeral This afternoon at 1.30 o'clock at Keni?*own M. P. church. Interment adjoining cemetery. J. B. BeaH, Inc., funeral director. Mrs. D. ~* .Macfcinzie, near Frederick, nrho has been a patient at the Maryland General Hospital, Baltimore. | the past three weeks has returned ! home very much improved. Mr. John W. Falk, East Fourth street, who was stricken with Angina pectoris Thanksgiving night and who has since been critically ill. was removed today to the Frederick City Hospital, where he is undergoing observation. CJarence Senfi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Senft, near Taneytown, was discharged Moiiday from the Hanover Pa., General Hospital where he had been a patient since December 9 as the result of injuries suffered when he was struck in the abdomen by a sticL. used to operate the clutch on a gasoline engine when it caught in the Sywheel of the engine. Jewels Ma»--diamond pendants, stomachers, necklaces, tiaras. A swell-elegant collection of expensive gowns Hundreds of medals, spread in ro»s across malebreasts. Order crosses dangling on. white shirt fronts. Roses, carnations, mums, ferns and palms strewn all about. . . You thiai blasphemously: Wouldn't it be droll if the 1,500 hunger marchers changed places with the 1.500 guests, without changing clothes! Just for fun. * * * The Marine Band, in jrold-trimmed sorter, suddenly blares into "Hail to the Chief." . . . Down from the the second floor parade the Hoovers. Vice- president Curtis and Mrs. Gana, all cabinet members and their wives. The Hoovers smile benignly. Crossing into the Blue room, they get set . . . Diplomats are lined up, meanwhile, at the head of a line running back into the East room where the crowd is, led by Ambassador Martmoof Italy, head of the COTDS. Two by two, male and lemale. The huge, towering ambassador in Royal S=ots is Lindsay of- England. The htile round, brown one in occidental court dress is Debuchi o! Japan. And so on. ... Embassy and legation staffs follow along. Colonel Campbell Hodges and Captain Charles R. Train, military and naval aides, take turns at introducing. The diplomats pass oa irrto a r-vped off East room section. Rank and file guests came through. Some one whispers for your name, which is then anounced to the Hoovers--sometimes wrong. . . The Hoovers shake hands with everyone. Fot too hard. With 1,500 handshakes they can't afTord to. And dont be sap enough to be too hearty about it, either. . . . Handshakes over, they go off upstairs. . . . Ropes are lowered. The reception spreads over the first floor. The band plays jazz. Dancing starts. Diplomats go home. Hundreds stay to dance or promenade, mostly Americans. . . . No food. Just plenty of ice water. . . Xo Smc-kmg. Several bare backs. . . . You look at three or four of the debutantes, wish you'd been bom rich, handsome, graceful or something. . . . Young military and naval al£es wear two-pound epaulets WalkersviUe M. E. Church. Rev. T. W. Lloyd. Minister. On Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock we will have our Christmas entertainment. The subject oJ it is "The Children of Bethlehem." visit: visit: T.-ie Palace of Groceries and Crystal Maae of good things to eat We have a complete line o! Fruits and Nuts Tor the Xmas Holidays The best always. J. CLARK DEVTLB1SS. The Palace of Groceries. Market and Third Sl5. 'Phone 54. ! Christmas Chimes. j At Kemp's Daily. i Santa will play Christmas Carols on I his wonderful chimes daily--until ; Christmas. ! 10 to 10.30 a. IB.--2 fo 2.30; 3 to 3.30: ' and 7 to 7.30 p. m.--Kemp's balcony. i KEMP'S, "On the Square." . I Notice. The offices of the County Commissioners and County Treasurer will be ! closed on December 25 and 26. i By Order of the Board. · "JOHN W. HOLTER, Pres. I Election Notice. 1 The election of the Board of Directors of the Farmer's Supply Co. of ' Walkersville. Md., wil! be held in the office of The Farmer's Supply Co. on '· Saturday. January 2nd, 1932, from 9 1 a. m. un:0 12 o'clock. HARVEY R. CRAMER, Secretary. Announcement. We are pleased to announce that Mr. .Charles A. Barger of 321 W. Patrick .St. i phone 1001) is now representing XASH--THE NATION'S TAILOR, the House Built Upon the Golden Rule. Canary Birds. Guaranteed Singing Canary Birds. Floor, Bridge, Table and Bed Lamps, i H. E. FREEMAN, ' Electrical Contractor. ! 336 E. Church St. '.iar^la.'.d in ar.c lor rr-«fr.cK t c - . . . .·- ::i£ No. 1775 C:\:. v . »' · !'·* ^-*- °- CrVKe E Grovr. Agra: !or Jo: i H ti:o\r a:iJ Cora E Grov^. and for officers" !rr* against -he gocxls arid chattels of G r *r^io:i M Ptarsr. I h a i r rrjtcr«i i:?on. !rv.rd. »:".J ·»kr: :: rxrcu'-.o:: ill t-'sr r'K! 1 .!. '··'·· flasst. ::it^r?st SIIK! r s t a t t f . both *t Ija f si n 1 Eq'Ji-.v. o! tlir »:! Ciorl«: M Pri:*« :n ai.ii top italNj. 1 !!oor !a!Rp. 1 clock. 1 vo'cll ! \«r::jg;. 3-p:rcc ps:!or 1 slAttd li~o. 3 i Ilcor liiuiu. 1 Jarsr star.d. 1 ^nioiiisj: s'.Ai.d. i t library desk. I mrtat cac:nrt. 1 roc^.r'.K I drugset. Z mirrors. 1 li*'.l Ttar.d. ! rc(':e- crator. ! Kllchr:: :ab. 3 k:tchcii ci:a:n. ! . c'.othrs baskr 1 .. I 50-saI Jir. !o', of fi;;!ir% | and cookltlfc utcns:^ !n pantry, 1 flraih riib- l brr. 1 ironlns board. 1 S-piece brJroom · '.u:t*. I ch«t. 1 rccfclng chair. 1 Iron bed. r 1 white dreaser. 1 rockir.g cliair. all Imo'euin [ on bedrooai floors and hall floors, lot of ; pictures and frames, 14 . crecn window i stiades. 1 radio and stand. 1 v!c!ro: and . niany other articles j I herebr c:re notice that on · MONDAY. DECEMBER 38. 1931. at 11 o'clock a r.i . I w.t; ^eit on :!ic prenv- !*-s occupied by the said Gordon M. Pearse. riS \V. Patrick street, FredcricK C;:y. Mjrv- I.ind. the abo\r described p*rona! properly «o and distrained, to t:-e hlskeV. bidder lor cash. e CHARLES XV. CRUM. Sheriir oi r.-edericii County. Md I'tce-Presidtnt. JOSEPH McDivrr. \'tcf- ['resident. WILLIAM G. ZIMMERMAN. Cathier. SAMUEL G. DUVALL, Cashier. TALKING TURKEY. I! you are one a! inaay f ho have bees i^4p?o^i'^a ^ not receiving C;:r.^:niai ro^iey. do ot t this ^3 1 :· ;jr We are disperxs- mi Xmas cceer to many sorthy peop nho find therriselves in need oJ cash. Your rvpvsia'.iorj and persorial reip-onsibrlity sill he!p jxxi immensely in this esserstncy. Cjme Hi an^ .-e:'s tals "l^r^ej" on this subject. 'Phjne MT3. THE PEOPLE'S FINANCE CO.. 15 Court St. AUTOMOBILES FOE SALE On SALE -DOEXiE HFDA.V. NEW TmES snJ feT.-.-rj t'^VO. »« S Carroll CHICKS FOR SALE. Did Yon Know TOU could gei more red ruscus for your money at the CREAGER FLOWER SHOPPE, than any where in town. ' Shoes Repaired While C Wait Best Work ' Men's soles and rubber heels. $1.25 ' Ladles' soles and rubber heeis SI .00 i SAM MILLER. 33 S. Market St. i Christmas Wreaths! ' We have a varied assortment of made ' up wreaths and invite your Inspection. i We ·arlli gladly hold your seJection, '· and deliver according to your instructions. j EDWARD H SHARPE, 1 'Phone 435. ' Greenhouse. Motttr Ave., near 9th St J. TRAVERS THOMAS. Assistant Caskter. DIRECTORS JOSEPH D. BAKER. TIIOMAS U. BALLER. CHARLES H. CONLEY. M. D. JOHN S. NEWMAN. JAMES H. GAMBRILL. JR.. HOLMES D. BAKER. DANIEL BAKER. JR.. JOHN H. BAKER. KLIAS B. RAMSBURGH. \RCHIBALD E. FISHEB. Call JOHN W. BRtTCHEVS i Buff Rock Poultry Yards for Poultry i alive or dressed. Fresh eggs daily and ! baby chicks. "Phone 696-R. | 459 West South St. i Upholstering, Kcfinishing, Repairing. Chair Caneing--Rattan Work. A. H. MAPLE. 9 Center St. 'Phone 301-J. Angleherger Farm Sold. i Tiie Milton H. Angleberger farm, 1 four miles north of Frederick, has been ' sold to Raymond L. Bidle. This is one i of the best farms of its siae near Fred' erick. Transaction was marie by P. i Luther Rice, real estate agent ; Don: fail to consult Rice when buy' in^ real estate. ! Ladies' ' Si.00 Silk, Full-Pastuoned Hose, now i 6Sc. Also a fine assortment oi bedroom ' slippers for the family. ; HAINES. The Shoe Wizard, 223 N. Market St. | Notice. ! The Board of Managers of Mount · Olivet Cemetery hereby offer a reward j o! $25 for information leading to the , arrest end conviction of anybody stealing frcttt the graves and grounds of the , cemetery, or S50 for the arrest and i conviction of anybody found guilty of . the aforesaid offense. · ! (Signed) ROBERT A. KEMP. Secretary. TRUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TUESDAY, JANUARY 5TH. 1931. AT THE Bt'SSAJRD FARM NEAR FITLMSR'S STATION. In af District Cour: of The United States lor the District of Maryland. !n Bankruptcy. In the matter o£ Claude L. Cramp'.on. Bankrupt Pursuant to an Order of the District Court of the United States for the District of Maryland, passed in said cause on the 23rd day of December. 1931. the imders:sned Trustee vill sell at pubiic auction on the premises or. the aforesaid date at the hour of 10 o'ciock a!! the Joiiowlns described personal proper!?: THREE HEAD OP CATTLE. consisting of 1 grade cow. 1 year o'.d heifer and yoans calf. 25 CHICKEI-S. I four-ga!!on batter churn. 1 six chain I anvil, batch of apples. 1 corn bar.-e!, I old com pIoTr. 10 barrels of corn. 10 TONS OP HAY. I has truck, -i sacks of Gro-all. 6 hay forks. 1 NEW CORN PLANTER. ore-ha;f interest in 36 acres of KroK-inj: ·=-h«it. unhuiked corn in 179 shocks. 3 sacks se»c- wheat. ··· bushe! timothy seed. 1'- bu clover seed. 8 bu. oats. Terms of Sa!e-- As prescribed by Court's Order: Cash No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with BENJAMIN B. ROSENSTOCK. Trustee. U. G. Hooper. Auctioneer. Raymond L. Keiiy, Clerk. BARRED WHITE AND BUPP ROX; AN- j conis. a C K- L Keds. 3:!rer-Laeed Wn- Wjwndottes. $t3 per 100 Jers«7 Blade 2 Giants. Liehi 8ranma5, QuZ Orpincccn*. ; S!i cer 100 Assorted Mixed. 5!0 per ICO. · 10O*V llto deili:er7 e'jarasteed- } te S' «ee£~o!d ehickiL Free catalog Beck · . Hatchery. Depl. P. ML Airy. Md. i §-3-dtI FOR SALE. I FOR SALE.--TWO ASGORA KTTTESS AND 1 Persian cat. Appiy 9 W. 13th street. FOR SALE -- FIFTY TURKEYS. CHEAP. S B Eagle. Ki:oirS!Ie. 'Phone Branswicic 184-F-- 12-21-d3t' ! FOR SALE OR BENT---THREE STORY I brick house. containSns eigfcteeo i!S» I rooms, including a targe store rooa:. »:tu- ! atfd in the. business section of Middletcwa. j Marrland. For r»rticuiars. apply to O. S. Ahalt, 935 Prospect street. York. Pa. j 13-18-itr ! i-IAN'OS.--BEHR. *25. BAUS. M9. NELSON. »79. Cramer's. 230 S. Market Street. FOR SALE.--CHRISTMAS TREES. PINE, spruce, or cedar. TTO stands, comer of w. Patrick and Bentz streets and 233 West Fifth street. Reasonably priced. C. E. KJipp. 'Phonc 1803-F-S. 12-17-d6t* SALES. SHOW HOSPITAL AS ASSET WEDDINGS Snoots--Wenner. Ralph Sr,:=cs and Miss M. Margaret Wenner. boih of Lovettsville, Vs., were ?carriea December 17 at the Lutheran parssnage, Brunswics. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clark ilc- Gaha and George Snrxxs. L-OTeitsrille., relatives of the bncegroom. Gef License In Hagerstown. A marriage license was issued in aserstown to Arthur M. Toms, 23. Middle-town, ana Fern Michael. 16. Market Prices Loadonn County Board Reports On Work For Tear. Leesburg. Va., December 22.--Statistics released by the Ladies' Board of the L-oudoun County Hospital show that the hospital is an asset to the county. The report states that during November 43 patients were admitted to the institution. Of this number 15 paid their bills in fuH, 11 were on the county charity fund, five paid a part of the expense, seven paid nothing and seven remain in the hospital. There were 28 operations during the month. Five deaths and two births occurred there. A statement accompanying the release pointed out that when the hospital was obliged to change from having pupil nurses to z system requiring trained attendants running expenses of the institution were increased- The hospital was, the statement added, faced wBh the alternative of having the training school closed by the State Board. Commenting on discussions developing from time to time as to whether the hospital, with an endowment fund and other monies left to it, and charges being made for care of patients, was making expenses, the statement called attention to the added costs involved in closing the training school for nurses. Holiday Bargains in Used Cars. 1929 Pontiac 4-Door Sedan. 1929 Chevrolet Coupe. 1928 Chevrolet Coach. 1928 Chevrolet Cabroilet. 1927 Essex Coach. 1927 Nash Coupe. 1929 Ford Sport Coupe. , 1929 Ford Sport Roadster. See Veraon Rippeon. FREDERICK MOTOR CO., 117 West Patrick St. 'Phone 1092. i Wby Take a Chance. Let Delphey get your 1932 motor ve- I hide license tags, chauffeurs cards. etc. Daily service. IrJormation and application blanks furnished and filled in free of charge. J. PAUL DELPHEY. "Home of the Bite." Open llvenings. FOR SALE. CHRISTMAS FURNTTURB OF EVERY KIND AND DESCRIPTION AT UNHEARD OF PRICES. BUY YOUR FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS HERB AND SAVE,OVER HALF. XVE CARRY A FULL LUTE OF HEW AND USED FURNITURE AND UNCLAIMED FR3IGHT. INCLUDING BED ROOM PUR- NrrURE, DIKING ROOM FURNTTURB. LIVING ROOM FURNITURE, KITCHEN K URN1TURE. STAVES. RUGS. ODD PIECES OP FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS OF EVERY KIND /vND DESCRIPTION END TABLES. CONSOLS TABLES. DAVENPORT TABLES. TELEPHONE SETS. STANDS CHAIRS. PIANOS. RADIOS. V1CTROLAS. PLAYER PIANOS. MAGAZ1SS R*CKS FERNERIES. CHINA CASES, BUFFETS BEDS SPRINGS. MATTRESSES. DAY BEDS. CRIBS. BABY CARRIAGES. KITCHEN CABINETS. CUPBOARDS. TABLES. AND OTHER GOODS TOO NUMEROUS TO ', MENTION. | WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF VEW FURNITURE FROM A RECEIVER'S SALE ALL MUST BE SOLD QUICK TO YOUNG CHICKENS FOR SALE.--LIVE OR dressed. Thomas Altaian. Linden Bills. ·Phone 472-W. 12-l$-J6t FOR SALE---LAUTER PLAYER PIANO WL'IU. 100 rolls. Victor vlctro'.a with TB records. Mirror 50x63, gold-leal Jr»mc. Apply S10 North Market street, 12-16-dSt* NOTICES. Creager Flower Shoppe i has beautiful pans of poinsettias with , Terns, all sizes. Two stores for your 1 convergence curing Xrnas, one at "10 1 North Market street--the other 33 East Patrick street. Christmas Wreaths. Groff, the Florist, has the finest and cheapest Christmas wreaths in Fred' erick. Put up by one who is an artist ; in designing. Don't be deceived by ia- · ferior stuff Pot Plants in Abundance. . A wonderful wall pocket calencar with each order. 1 Store, 149 N. Market St. GROFF. The Florist, ·Phone 224. Grain. j Marriage license. · John "Wflliam Grscn. 25. Ne *K*r aad Marcarei Frances Q-r^s, 20. . Clyde B. Gates. 2o. Boiling Springs. ?a., ind Anna SI. Baser. 19: Dillsburg. Lire Stock and Produce. iFuraaheS by CcTMt7 Frcd=ca. las- -*· He.frrs So t-D 4c j "William ?. Cram. 21, Monrrrru, and Steers 4'-c to 5-%c' Catherine V. Poland. 13. XR. Airy. s?--£. good 13 choice _ -2' = c to 2c ) Milton U. Halt, 20. 118 West Sisih ro-s?, fa- to good _ l : -c to 2« : street, arx: Sleanor ?. Smith. IT, 34 ::.--s. C3n-.n;or: _ West Sixth street. Calves, exira prime .. _ _ up to Sc Harrey ShincHedecser. 41. ~«ricoTrer. Olres. choice. 160-200 Ibs u? tc 5c Fort Meace, and Alene A. Reynard, 2S. ^slv£5. cl."s. 130-155 Ibs "p to 4c ; Hagersto'^n. ;*!·.«. 1C2-1-5 Ibs . ._ up to 3c Grayson L. L'jts. 21. 123 Water street, Ca', 90-1C-J Ibs. S'jojec: _ 2c sr.d Marie V. Soper. 18. Dic-cerson. 3_".s 2c to 3c ' Hd~ard B Lee, 22. Wh.te Post. Va. cr.?-:e. TC-8J los 5c ' and Page C Orr. 19, Lecsburg. Va, L'.mr.s. * 53-70 Ibs. 5c ' Carl H. Lightner, 22. 366 Maaisor. L-'.T.HS., !£ r - Ibs up 4c .'street and Helen G. Gross. 20. WalSers- K-^s l3-: r :b? 3^c| William Alfred Haley. 33. anc Mary T. ·' . 4c Murphy. 26, both of Washington. D. C. ;as 4 - t c ] Grafton EL Jackson, colored. 29. bs 4'*c ; Walkers--He. Route 2. ar.d Ar.r.a Belle ;bs. _ 4Uc ! x-.crens, cclored, 23, 142 West All Saints of gilt. . . . Bd'srard Sverett Gaun gabs . --:th Senator Fee;, ilrs. Gann Ss i elsewhere. George W. W;ci:ersharc ' stands back '.r. a, vratohing dan- ' cers. Mrs. Senator Dave R«ed's haj gets tangled in a higa potted palin. Kosia Barls, Hoover's valet, stands · alool ;n full dress and looks 'ern over. ; Ccngrissman Sol Bloom. ~ho goes in for : d'plomats in a "o:g »^y, dashes to and fro. . . . Danring stops at. 11. . . . A cop asks ao^ dD tie old darces co :; Trho've been cDai^r.g for 50 or 50 years. . . . . Your colarc-a csat-check aian has averaged one ;:p fcr · e-.ery sjs gu-ests · ·srhose clothing hs has handled. . . The east carnage porch is packed. Numbers are shouted, in response to which ' iarkaess. . . . Tati count, nearby, 13 stovep.oe hau. t-^o derbies, one s~ay- Dnc br---~r. v.'o--^r.'s heads: X^is gray, three blond, three black, t^o "oro^n. . . Wr..ta House and grounds, ·sh-:.-. ha%e been all l.t up, became dark lor.g oe- fore rc.dr.isSt. Jewelry. We have a Sue line of necklaces and bracelets priced at 50c and SI .00. See cur 50c ta'ble. RSMSBHRG'S JEWELKY STOKS, Francis Scott Key Hotel. ! Best Fountain Service to The City. ! PEOPLE'S SERVICE DROG STORES Scratch Pads and Tablets. 8c to lOc a pound. THE NEWS-POST. Coart Street. A Lasting Xmas Gift. The Sveredy Sectional Radiator Shield, for steam and hot -*ater radiators. St-ordy constriction--handsome · appearance--very low price. Delivered ; installed. 'Phorre The Everedy Company 923. As£ for Mr Baer. advertising pays. Give It a Furniture Finishing And Repairing. Prices Reasonable. Work Called For GSORGS W. HUNICHEN. 103 E. Fourth St. -Phone 23-31. WANTED. WANTED --A I/DAN OF $2.«M WITH ircrtcaic- -xe" .ns-jrcd For !nror=3»tlorj ap?:y Xrxz o2cc. Box :2I2. 12-12-dtI LOST AND FOUND. FUNERALS Canaries For Safe. Guaranteed Singers. MRS C. M. DESOS, 501 Elm St. Xmas Greens. i 3ea-j:i5ul f.ell-berried Holly. Hoase : a=d Csme-ts-- Wreaths. MK5. JOHN H. STALST. :802-F-21. LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN.--SCHNAU- =-T bitch ?.=i p-?pT R»rrarS II returned to Mrs. Ja--rs H Cramer. 113 Record St. U-38-dSt MISCELLANEOUS. PZANO TTJNTSG AND RADTO REPAIRETG K spec:a:t7. A.V-rt C. Palsscr. "PSoa* SIS-W. 8 W~rt 13tb sslreet. Tli-e f-ttaral of Mrs. S"^s;e Worthir:;- Sat-r-ar afternoon at t-jrj o'clock ' services at Mi. Greager church. Hev. Rent-A-Car. Gas and Haies as low as 10c per rsile. Per inrorsiatiorj "piose 1378. FRANCIS SCOT! KEY GARAGE. 114 West Patrick St, HELP WANTED. WA.LI, STRSS T TP.ADSSS AND PROSPEC- a-t c^e-^ introd-jctory si- ir. Bus.-. Park cemetery. H M. Sr.jxkr fun-era! director. Father' Tnat yo'_mg ntari xr.o calleci or. "oj l3^t n:ght should oe ?n e^.-io.- t.ozi at a^'. Daucnter: W.IT, father, co you ro,.gn Father: As I passed thro :?".-. :hc hall , I noticed he hsc t^o read? rr. his j shoulders.--FatnSncer. Trappers Take Notice. FJi: value and h.ghest prices paid for ra^ furs at my place of business S.iop befs-een Third and Four^i Sts Chape: Alley. I also have all Sines of second-hand p;pe, good as new, from -i-inch to 8 inches for sale. Phsae 383, FREDERICK JUNK COMPANY. Frank Gasify Prop H'.s:dn;e 215 E. Third St. "phone 383 ^ . .. r.te ' B_~c'r,^cr." 255 7J*t . Brook!--. N IS THE GLOBi REFINING COM- par.j ·«'; r.a-. · s so^i -*rr-.tcr? ope- n"X- Fredtr.c^ w» -.a-, f % *^rr*-- i or. t*rr ".or.r,^ . K* th.s ttrr.o «-r S50 00 p-?r Tr*-e^ ar.i ~ore .- cz-r'-r. -s or.^ We -=-'r.t % ir.s.r: :st^r?eri t^^; 35:"*^ of C j ar.c ^5. T.V" i ^ t ^ - TrioS.:- -..'. b- r:-cr. tv z-. «-5- pener.cec ft'.f^Tir r. \r.i after recc.v.r.s tna*. traimr.s :.o: «.is .'t rr'.ke go:*! O -r i'-' - rjtss hat beer. - -_y..=hcd ^iore '. v a^- 50 "eirs. and ^ f ^"^ ~ ?. K^O- rr.n- t ^ e *' f.r=- pr d« s;oods. Wr.:e us f^.'.v ·', C." e- i PUBLIC SALE I PERSONAL PROPERTY AND FARM [ The unflrrslgrced. SnicndirjK to dssconc'.nae j farming:, will sell a^ public sa!c on the i premises adjoining Ijamsville on j WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1331. j al 12 o'clock, the following personal prop- , crty: j Two heifers, one fresh, one close springer. Nine jhoats. wl!! weigh 100 pounds each, j One dining-room suit*, 2 corner cup- j boards. 1 irrltlnE desk and bookcase com- b;ncd, 1 warcirote. I trashstand. 1 chum, 1 b:jj clothes horse, I bureau, bedslrad. I large lron:ng- board. I pair clippers, and other arlicZes too numero-uS to mention. many of which are antique. Following the abov» sale at I o'clock p. n: . I w.r, se!t at public auction the farm ishere I now reside, containing 107 acres of land and tapro-ved with a br.cic colonla: house, a bars 40 by 60 feet, vagoa shed, herpes, zarage. hen house. t: silo, anil dairy. Buddings arp in good cond.tion. C A D . iVUJJAMS. Ed*. WarEeld. Auctioneer. MISCELLANEOUS SALS One Pathcx Honie Mo^ie camera and pro- cha.r'.' liie" =c^: rst"-!nw»r"aaJ I Majertc hign-grade upright p:aco. i:fce rie"; 2 good organs. 1 electric home iron.n?, a'.rros: new; 1 electric vacuum s~?eper. demor^trator: 1 5raT--srhlte enameled h'gh- ?rade $as rari^e. Kke ne"i»; 3 c"*^tnc fioo- r.ever usec: 1 RCA 26 Portable S T ;per^e:ero- dTMe radio. Scv«rr.: s^cd d-mon~:-:;''-:s in battery-operated *i*ln. and zno r t anv ".rctr.c sets, at a r^al s.lT.r:g. One tror- turnbred cat, and several hundred sect.cns Sne htney. APPLY 8 U c £ r THlHitilNlH ST. MORTGAGEE'S SALE BT v.rtue o* a power o* sale contained In Johanna N^sb.t. h.3 ~^ t ' f . b^ar.r.K da'e Jan-2-v S. 1325. a-d recordcS :.i L.oer No. ;S5. Fredcr.ii'co-.-ritT. the ur.-5'rs J-.--J tr-'-'-e Bar.£. ""rooo;boro. Marrlsr.i. on t r e 2C:~ DAY OF DECS:.:BEH. is3i. at the ncur of 2 c c:oo= j rr. . a'l tract cr p^rcs. of r.d 5.t-ja'e ;rj nt.-h z^i -s- '-*. '-o c:ar-r.ce S Nesb t zr.3 J-hazra ^«"*.'.. re-ord'd in L.t-r N3 355. -y..o 157. or.? of the Land Rrc-oris fcr , rr-;'- -'·: Co -.'r ~.~.' e fo"-i S- r f ' f TT.f "'·. ·.-? t - o fc ·-.r.c G~"i cor.v^y r-z 5.a.d ;*·$". c.'" 4 e nee the et'-j' en o: i:-.» --jr:rs;» aftr-M i 3;-i '.'Cf. c:a---cc E N'-"5.t arJ Jc- -r. t_ier No 2SO. Fol.o t'c-s!" -V- ~bna 7rcr-. .-i'-r-;; O S :cc;t to C A. S-_er.-.i.'r7; ar.i -,r.e of the Lar.£ Records for Frederic^ Cc. :r.ty. Si.d proprty is 1--proved ·x,;'-' » f.r.e ." .r. croJ ··'.:'· of cu:t.ra:,or. d.v.d^ 5 --to T*rr-.s of S*~~--Ca^ A o--« t "f $1'"" ·x. ". bf rf-su -"A cr the p-;rc;-2£«-- r-. f.^-, cf s*.r. tne ba'.si.ce ::pon r?.t.:y. t.^-r. c' ?'.* bj t'r.e ccjrt BUYING FROM SALES. RECEIVER'S SALES WAREHOUSE SALES AND PRIVATE SALES Of ALL KINDS. . _ _ . WE WILL TRADE IN YOGR OLD FURNITURE FOR NEW. WE ARE NOT CONNECTED WITH ANY OTHER STORES. OPEN EVERY EVENING. YOCR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE. THREE FLOORS POLL OP FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS. STAR FURNITURE CO.. 333 AND 335 N. MARKET ST.. FREDERICK, MARYLAND. P. LUTHEE RICE. LATEST OPPORTUNITIES. Elm street, modem home. Ideal Seven room, modem borne. Washington str-et S3.5CO. Properties en Park avenue, and Cos: lib street, to be sold at a sacrifice. SAVING tt.OCO A recent drop of S2.000 ca tn!« modem 9-rocm fcouie. including tract of land en highway, near Frederick, mates »n atttrac- bargain e* well as » tourist and 9Ulng station cpportunlty. You must appreciate this vai::e. NO BETTER INVESTMENT. Modern three itory apartment x'tft gar- 2g"s that pays 13 per cent, on your Invest- m-Tit. T^r= ccrr.T '.-.» en 7« J3Ui itrest. t250 each. CcnsaJt R!c» about other vai-ies. L:JI your real estate with R:ce. P LUTHER RICE. REAL ESTATE THOSE 1«4 29 Z THIRD ST. ORDER NISI ON SALES NO. 12194 EQUITY. In the Circuit Court for Frederick County, sitting in Equity. November Term, 1S3I. John Lewis and Battle Miller, vs. Albert Lewis. ti tlic Matter of ihe Report of Sales SifA the 7th day of December. 1931. Ordered, That 011 the 30th day of December. 1931. the Court will proceed to act upon the Report of Sales of Real Estate* reported to said Court by Samuel A. Le^ris, Trustee in the nbave cause, and OJed therein as aforesaid to B=al.y ratify and confirm the same, unless cause- to th« contrary thereof be shown before said day; provided a copy of this order Je In-vrted In some newspaper published in Frederick County for three successive ~eeks pnor ic said day. The report states the amount cf sates to be 45.29700 Dated this 8th day o! December. I3II. ELI O. HACQH. Cleric of the Circuit Court for Frederick County. Samuel A. Lc* is. Sciic:lor. True Copy--Test: ELI G. HACGH. Clcrt. d dec. 8-15-22-28 FOR RENT. FOR RENT--MODERN 3 ROOM APART- ment. 221 East Second street. FOR RENT.--MODERN APARTMENT, NO. j 135 W Church St. also modern front apart; men-. 227 E Second street, furnished or an, Jam *hcd A':=o No. 211 S. Sixth 1 itrc'i Giimore R. Flautt, 109 Nsrti Msr- ' tct street. I2-22-d3t FOR RENT.--FRONT. -IODEHN APART- garaffc Apply Young «; Wc.ncr, 3iG N ?.Iarket rtreet. 12-2I-»5tf j FOR RENT --FILLING STATION. ON JEF- ferson pike, near Frederick. Snc^rn as the I "Hcney Locust" stat.on. Good oppo-tun'.ty. j Apply at sta^on. 12-21-dSt- JOK r^rrr -- MODERN srx SOOM HOCS* , 2C3 \v^vj, ; r;^tcn street. Appiy w. L. Bnp* j srr. 20! South Market street. : ! FOR RENT.--FURNISHED ROOMS. APPLY j 211 w. Third street. ;2-19-dSt ! FOR RENT --;-ROOif FURTvISKSD APAST- j 2! VTest Th:rd street. NOAH E. CRAMER SON. AN OPPORTUNITY rjrc'iaie a 145 acre farm three miles Valicr%v.l,e for S2.SOO. Thij farm IS ; ed a s.i rcsm frame dwelling ·. bar.k bam. machine shed, chicken :5 Rni ho? pen, *pr:n5 -!rat«r Pipetf into ::tch?n by -at-ral floTr. There Is s a~ cf st^ut 10 aer"5 together witn TO *z~r* cf f:-:TM t.mber ^and. balance ---"r c ^ *. vi'."- T« cwr**r of tb..s ·'.T i." :»»T- sa the farm S1.O90. on .^ :« 'j-f cf t v .» rt-wt attr«t!T rtu-.','^ 'ha-. ir r.a-.e ever cSered aad .-c v;Id for rr.-ch tj than th* ori^lna] -- irtssje. For further part3cnl»ri »p- to KO*H E. CP.AI.rER SON. ! COt-TlT STREET. FREDERICK KD. ·PHONE 5C3 FOR REST--3-SOOM KOUSS. APPLY 200 East street. 12-13-dSf ' FOR REVT.--THRES ROOM APARTMENT. ! furnished. Apply 205 East Seconi St. ' FOR RENT.--MODERN 5 ROOM 3TTSGA- '. .ex. SHS Tra.l AT?. Pcssc^.ori Jai: 1, street. '?:io=«V:-M.""""' " 12-:7-c"tf "" 3 ROO:.: APAHT7.ESNT---STEAM HEAT. IJ9 "W. Pstriris street. ::-I7-dSt' FOR RENT.--FRONT HOO". FUSNISHSD. i Reasonable rate. 4C1 if FOS RENT -- HOrSS ON WATER ST.. SIX rocir ;s T.Th »:«tr c ". :TVs. pi^rr irS istfr :^ k.:ci-n. ?as-~ssi:cri at c-ce. A??:T j ss. ' CuHcr. I JOHN N. CLAEY. \VE HAVE REMOVED ODR OFFICE FROM 28 WEST PATRICK ST, TO 9 NORTH COURT SiHKKJ.' FOR RENT -- SK ROOM HOCSS ON SOHTH Ma:tet St. App.? «: C 5. ScS- CSErcst, 7U N Xarlc: strcei. ::-;nia FOR RENT -- FO57R OR FIVE ROOM M3D- ern spartrs;:::, furr.iih'-d cr =2f=r=!sirii. Ir-d Tcor. App'.j 6 W Th^e street. FOR RENT-- MODERN STS-SOOM HOCSS, 101 East Se-snth ^:reet. PcFesslcr Octc- 3-r 1st. A;p!j 2M DtU mTsnss. ?h;a» I We T,--:e a'.l "nnss or Insurance In- · yo 3 RENT.--S-ROOV. MODERN APAST- c'ud::!? autoroos^« Irabilitv and property ' =ter.t- Apply Wei! Bros.. 4!c Sirts a.zar- daaiage. " ; *-= stret - ll : 6 ^ a FOR RENT.--STX ROO-1 -IOTJS3 !N OOCO j cooditioa. Apply *31 NorUi ilarSet "-t. ' lC-8-dll ,,_, . Vv^pipFtHRCHIVUro JOHN N. CLARY.

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