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V N*w», Frederick. UML, ThirMU?, Jmlr t. 1»48 / Dodgers Win From Boston Brwiklym. July 7 vPi--Roy Cicn- piMtfla'c loaf tincte off the left ftcitf ftnc« vith the bases loaded ·ad out out in the llth inning ·cored C*rl Furfllo from third with th« mn that K*v* th Brook- Iva Dod**n * 4-3 victor?" over the Baton Braves tonight for their sixth cotJi*cuUve triumph. Preach- «r Roe. **o pitched scoreless relief ball tor six and two-third innings, was credited with the victory. Warren Spahn west all the way for Boston to bs charged with his sixth defeat. The score: R- H. E. Boston . 3 5 1 Brooklyn 4 7 2 Spaha and Salkeld; Branca. Roe and Carnpanella. Giants Blank Phils Philadelphia. July T ¥--Larry Jansec allowed only two hits, both singles, as the New York Giants shut out the Philadelphia Phillies 7-0 tonight with B o b Thomson hitting a three run homer in the eighth and Johnny Mi;e getting four hits. The score: R- H. E New York - 7 11 1 Philadelphia . 0 2 1 Jinsen and Cooper: Simmons and Seminick. Keds Swamp Cabs Chicago. July 7 .-P--Andy Paf- ko, newly named as the National League all star third barman, made three errors as the Chicago Cubs floundere to a 10-3 defeat at the hands of the Cincinnati Reds here today. Two of Pafko's boots came in the first inning and Roy Smalley contributed another to stake the Reds to five unearned runs a^ they breezed in from there for their third straight victory. Ken Indians Win; A's Take One j Cleveland. July 7 \f--The C!eve- j I land Indians exploded six runs in ; | the first inning »nd coasted to » . 110-2 victory over the Chicago · White Sox as Bob Feller notched I his ninth triumph against nine | losses- The win enabled the In- · I dians to retain their slim first-place ! margin in the American League. The score: R- H. E J Chicago 2 8 1 'Cleveland . 10 14 0 : Caldwell. Gillespie. Rotblati and * A. Robinson: Feller and Hegaa. Tieers Claw Browns - Detroit. July 7 -If--Detroit Tiger Kitl Xewhouser. bidding for a ' pitcher's berth on the American League al! star team, blanked the ' St. Louis Browns 6 to 0 tonight as ." he scattered seven hits. The score: R H. £ , S: Louis 0 7 3 'Detroit 6 11 0 Kennedy. Shore. Wjdmar and : Moss: Kewhouser and Swift. A's Subdue Yanks ; New York. July ~ .*--Hank Majoki knocked in three runs with a home run and triple to le.id she '· Philadelphia Athletics to a 4-3 · victory over his former New York : Yankee teammates tonight. Dick ; Fowler spaced nine hits to register ' his seventh victory against on« I loss. j The score: B H E | Philadelphia 4 4 ! i X P W York 3 9 0 j Fowler and Rosar. Byrne. Shea i and Berra Calocliu Courtsters To Meet Playing their first round of the Maryland Clubs Tennis League at home. Sunday afteraoon.""Catoctin Country Club courtst:rs meet the Homeland Racquet Club team in nine matches here s-tarting at 2 p m. (DSTi. Courts of the loca! club are reported in the finest condition pos- ibie for expected unusually fait play. Six *ingJes and three doubles matches "are on the program for the 1943 debut. In addition to Sunday's teams. she Maryland cJubs in the circuit playing home ai:d-hon:e matches are B a l t i m o r e Country Club Mount Maihington. Suburban and L'Hirondelle. Coach Dick Ranriiburg azir.oun- ced yesterday that the veteran Catoctin team is making every eifort ;o gain new material to train for replacements. Ai rans-'mf«ts have oven made through she club to permit youths ur.der 20-years of age-, to practice o:-. the "Catot-tm courts by apposnlmemni, training under the experienced racquet- wielders of the local net squcc. j NECA Nine Upsets j^uniors By 13 To T f ' Th«-3VECA ni»e drexv first blood ' in the C:v:c Softball League first- half title playoff series Wednesday evening in Slaley Park by upsetting me Juniors. 13 to 7 The teams tie 1 *! for first-half honors and are scheduled to play the second game of a two-out-of-three series Friday even.ng. The winners zot to Gene Grum- bme in :be first three rounds, . scoring three in both the first and .second, finally chas;n? him with five runs in the third. They aathercd a cozen hits for 11 runs before Esterly relieved Grumbine. The winners"lead 11 to 1 in the third Carter. Niklrk and Frank paced the XECA h:tt:ng with three s-aferle-* each. Every p!ayer got at leabt one safe blow for ihe ·.v.miers, The score: R H E Juniors . 7 6 3 NECA 13 17 5 Crumb.r.e. Ef.erK- and Garret:; Michael and Carrcll. ! VFW Takes Lead In Second Half Race I By beating Dr. Pepper 1 to 0 in i a tight battle in Baker Park Wed', nesday evening, the Veterans of · Foreign Wars nine took the lead in the second-half race of the j City Softball League. ' Popcye Gross, who held the los, ers to three hits, scored the winning run in the sixth after a ' close decision at third gave him a life. O'Neill yielded only four hits and was in trouble only in the fateful sixth. First baseman Sirn- ' on of the winners handled 16 of the possible 21 putouts as Gross kept Pepperites bea'.ing bounders to the mfielders. Gross opened the sixth with a single and Kennedy followed with another. Wnen Stilely grounded Pieces of salt have been reported found in an Egyptian tomb dating from about 2,400 B. C. PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Could You OM $50.00 -- f ISO 00 -- S2M.OO or tnor* to catfc t* h*Jp meet tb« expcan* which usually «ru* at *ni» time of jr«arT U to. w* 'cordial?} snr.te rou to W- ccpt tins invitation to cali oc ux. to* the money you cee PEOPLJBS rDJA-NC* CO. 11 Nortfc Court St. (A Bom* Small Loan Co.i STEWART HOBBS BKOWN Your Real Estate LJjtinji Are SoUcltcd B*«l Cctat* Bond* Insurance STTWABT HOBBS SHOWN IS North Osart St. . Ptoaa* 1454 - HAROLD U. FRCSHOUfc DAVID O. GRIFFIN i Do ftot Martat* t» CBIMMlt Or* OB fir*. AutoraobU*. Cntnftmm Horn «r any other Iniuranc* natters. BAAOLD o raosHoum M WMt Patrick 9k WINDSTORM INSURANCE ] With its terrifying strength, a tor- j nado or violent windstOKn can dei molish your property in a single rij- P'ng twist or howling rush. You can't Stop the wind--but you «·»»· obtain low-cost protection against its disastrous effects. Ask us about it today. ! 1139 JM. P. B. KOOP Tri-Cminly League Kcsultv I ait Night M-u^. !^. C'jfi-ser^tov.;:. -5 Midde!ow:i. 6. Brunsw-ck 2 Standing Of The Teams. Damascus Middletown I.ovettiVilie Brunv.vsck V.'alkersvillc Doubs C're.-iRcrstown Buckevstow n IV. 12 9 7 G 5 4 3 5 5 C 9 10 .923 .750 .533 .545 .455 .3fi? 182 .Wl Municiixd League Results Yesterday L'r.iteds. 50, Idea! Farms. 3 Standings Of The Teams W. L Potomac Edison 1 ' Cn.teds 5 0 Independents o 0 M;d.c5 0 0 Idea! Farms 0 ± C . S. P 0 1 Final Stand in-a I irst Half Vf. L Potomac Ed.;on 7 3 Ideal Farms 6 3 C . P . 6 3 Unneds . . 5 5 Independents 4 0 Medics 0 10 and Anders dropped the throw. . Gross then scored on Simon's fly ' to right. The score: R H. E. ' D r . Pepper 0 3 1 Y. F. \V. 1 4 2 O'XeiH and Fox; Gros and ilel ' Keyser. i i t CITY HOMES FOR SALE Sbc room modern brick resideoce- No. 3 West Seventh Street. Priced O. INSURANCE 27 N. Court St. Phone 600 PUBLIC SALE Pet 1 000 i ooo .000 .000 .000 .000 Pet .700 .667 .607 .500 .400 .000 City Softball League Results Yesterday V. F. U'.. 1: Dr. Pepper. 0. Game Today Legion vs Coca Cola Standings Of The Teams W. L. Pet. V F. W 2 0 1.000 Dr. Pepper -± 1 .667 Legion 0 1 .000 Coca Cola 0 2 .000 NOTICES possession, owner changing residence. Modern residence, six rooms, oil heat, h a r d w o o d Grounds landscaped shrubbery and trees, city. Early " possession. Western section. For further particulars, apply: NOAH E. CRAMER Sc SON Realtors 114 N. Court St. Frederick. Md. _^.D. HARP AGENCY 5 rm. Strictly mdrn. X. W Section. H.W. n. Tile bath, full concrete cellar, laundry tabs- G. I. App. EarJv post. 6 rm. mdrn. Brick dwell. Located wiUim easy access 10 stores, Interior i PUBLIC SAL£ I OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the Power of Sale contained in the last Will and Testament · of £lla J. Swomiey. recorded among ' she Will Records in the office of the ; Register o' Wills for Frederick Coun- j ty. dated June 25. 1945. and an Order ; or 'he Orpaans' Court for Frederick pub- J 157 acre farm below Coven Comer. , « mi. from Mt. Airy on cou»ty road. .8 room frame house, electric, larg* ; bank barn, partly modem for ahippiac I niilk. ajnd other buildings in fair r*- |pair 15 acres timber (some oak for r sawing i 30 meadonr aod permanent i pasture Bat tillable. Only $7.500. ~ · on on before Aoril 1st. 1949. P. B. KOOP i Pnoae 86-J Ne-*- VTiadsor. Md, RALPH W. BOYER ' dersigned Execuior win offer ! lie sale at the Court House 5 Frederick. Maryland, on SATURDAY. THE 24TH. DAY OF i JULY. 1948. S at the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m. ! all the following described real estate of wh-ch the said Ella J. Swomiey i died seized and possessed, to-wit: All that real estate consisting of i two farms lying contiguous to each . other, containing 278 acres, more or = less. improved witb twelve-room I stone mansion house %itti eleetricirv. ; slate_ roof, outside bake oven, stone I ~ ----- ---- " --- ^~ wlln slate roof - ice house s!atc roof - stone dairy barn- with I ' s ' at * roof, stone meat house and wash- · house «mbined. *ith slate roof. rl ? w! " slale roof - **** ! Modern brick dwelling on Military ; Road. Close to entrance to Camp Derrick and near city bus. 5 room* ' apt. 2nd floor witb private entrance. - Annual income from apt. S60O A new. privately bmlt home and good invest, inent- « Apartment nouses on W. Pat. SC j S Market St. aad E 2nd Street. s ] Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings, we!! located, j RALPH W. BOYER J BOYER CCSUHANCE AGENCY ! Frederick Representative For ] Murray C. Scan ' No. 1 N. Court St. Tele 2214 £ H. MERCER SONS 6 rm. modern single dwelling. N-W. SSSB dwelling Raffensberger scattered 10 hits for his fifth win. i The score: R. H. E ! Cincinnati 10 10 1 i Chicago . . . 3 1 0 4 i Raffensberger a n d Lamanno; Chipman. Borowy. Chambers. McCall and Scheffing. Hues Xose Cards St. Louis. July 7 i.f---Ralph Kiner and Wally Westlake teamed up with a double and a single respectively in the ninth inning to give*the Pittsburgh Pirates a 2 to 1 edge over the St. Louis Cardinals tonight. Bob Chesnes held the Redbiros to six hits in his mound battle with Al Brazle. The score: R. H. E. Pittsburgh 2 10 0 St. Louis 1 8 0 Chesnes and Kluttz: Brarle and Baker-. Xats Outrun Bosox Boston. July ~ -if--The Washington Senators cut loose with a five run rally with one out in the ninth So overtake the Boston Red Sox for a 7-6 victory before a 33.957 crowd. Junior Stephens and Bobby Doeer homered and Ted Williams became the first American Leaguer to smash 100 hits while the Bosox were ending a four-game winning streak. The score: R. H. E Washington 7 11 0 BoMon . 6 12 1 Scarborough. Welteroth. Ferrick and Early: Ferriss. Kinder. Dobson and Tebbetts. j Many citizens of Pisa. Italy. / make a living modeling miniature ' copies of their famous Leaning ' Tower for souvenirs. Let's Go Fishing Famous Evinrude Outboard Motors. Immediate delivery on flshinf models. DELPHEY'S SPORT STORE EVERYTHING FOR THE FISHERMAN Charter Xo. 3476 Reserve District No. 5 REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Citizens National Bank OF FREDERICK, IN THE STATE OF MARVLAXD, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1948. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211. U. S Revised Statutes ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process "of collection S2.263.051.93 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ·J.ISO.ISG.OO Obligations of States and political subdivisions 108.00000 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 237.271.85 Corporate stocks (including S27.000 00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) . . 27.080.00 Loans and discounts 'including S1031 overdrafts' 1904.431.04 Book value bank premises owned 45.000 00 Other assets 62.12 Total Assets $10,765,092.94 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 55.489.910.40 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 3.489.905.78 Deposits of United States Government . ... SO.847.44 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 512.522 40 Deposits of banks 52.751.09 Other deposits "ceruSed and cashier's checks, etc. 1 11.813.57 TOTAL DEPOSITS S9.647.750 68 Other liabilities 15.153 30 S9.652 903 9S TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: c Common stock, total par S100.000.00 S 100.000 00 Surplus Undivided proSts Reserves TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 800.000.00 121.761.47 80.427.49 S1.I02.1S8.96 Total Liabilities and Capital Accts. §10,765,092.94 MEMORANDUM Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes . S 791.00000 State of Maryland. County of Frederick. ss I, W Sartgis Storm, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true lo the best of my knowledge and belief. W BARTGIS STORM. Cashier Sworn to and subscribed before ir.e this 6th 3av ,,£ Julv ERNEST HELFENSTEIN, JR., Notary *-iKHjr Correct -- Attest: PARSONS NEWMAtf. AJ.OEN'E FISHER HOLMES D. BAKER Directors MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FOR SALE MODERN HOME IN WESTERN SECTION Located In the finest residential section of the city, strictly modern and up-to-the-minute in appointments. First floor, large Hx'ing' room with open fireplace, center hallway, dining room, modern kitchen and pantry. Second floor, three bedrooms and bath, large closets. Cellar cemented and oil heat. Screened porch. Hardwood floors and completely insulated. Garasc. 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. Better results and less work is the rule when these supplies are used on the job . . . and satisfaction that lasts long after the price is forgotten. LOCK SET Pcnn-Derby de* E K n wrought steel lock srt. .\\all3blc in dull bras* finish. 2 mci-al Vnob*. NIGHT LATCH For real protection here is a cylinder latch ·« ith 5 pin tumblers. Wrinkle:! brass ~ ~ Snish. " kcjs PAINT BRUSHES DOOR HINGES A of fine for rvcri purpose. Illustrated i a 3 - i n c h at K r a s x ttni-.li floor b\iti*;. open Mre 3x1 inches. S u i t a b l e for doors sn hnrr.es and oriiecs. Controtlea Heat ELECTRIC IRON S o^. Roll FRICTION TAPE i ' s " neep Sectional SWITCH BOX BRASS PULL CHAIN SOCKET PORCELAIN SOCKET Best quality, pull chain type vi ith 5" cord extension. For ceiling mounting 59c A cood q;ia1ity. standard socket, V n ri e r w ritcrs o^fl. f o r new or replacement -worK. '«(- inch thread rap. 59 63. P. L HARGETT CO. 52-56 South Market St. Phone Frederick, Md. *«« is 10 give notice that the sub, scnber has obtained from the Or. pbans' Court of Frederick County, in Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of EMMA POPE BROWN late o£ Frederick County. Maryland, deceased AH persons having claims jgainst the deceased are warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 18th dav of January. 1949 next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit ot said estat- Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 16th day of June. 1943. ALTON Y. BENNETT. Executor Alton Y. Bennett. Attornev. dJe 17.24-Jy 1,8.15 NO. 16439 EQUITY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FRED' ERICK COUNTY. MARYLAND William D. Sparrow vs. Mary C. Spar row. The object of this Bill is to procure a divorce A V1NCULO MATRI- MONII by the Plaintiff. William D. Sparrow, from the Defendant. Mary C. Sparrow. The Bill states in substance that the Plaintiff is a resident of Fred' ericfc County. State o! Maryland and has resided in -he State ot Mirytm-J. for more than one vear .as' past; tha: the Defendant is ^ rj^n resident of the State of Maryland, whose last address ' was r '» Thomas R- Amlie. J25 East Giiman Street. Madison. Wisconsin; that the parties to this cuusc were '· married in Burkittsville, Marrland, : on the 4.th day of August. 1941. by i Rev. Clarence \V. MaGaha. a regularly 1 ordained minister of the Gospel The . Bill further states that as a result . of the said marriage tw chiidran were borr. namely. Kcur,eth c.. Sparrow and Joyce K. Sparrow, both of · whom are in the --are and custody ; of the Children's Aid Society of Frederick County. Maryland: that since the said marriage the Complainant has conducted himself ahvajs as a kind, chaste, dutiful, faithful and affectionate husband towards the said Defendant. Mary C. Sparrow. The Bill further alleges that on or about August 9th. 1945. the Defendant, without any just cause or reason. \ abandoned and deserted the Complainant: that the said abandonment and desertion has continued uninterruptedly for more than eighteen months prior to the filing of the Bill of Complaint, was final and deliberate, and that the separation between , the parties to "this cause is beyond any reasonable hope or expectation of reconciliation The Bill prays that the Plaintiff be divorced A X'inculo Matri- monii. and for general relief and process. It is thereupon this 23rd day of June. 1943. by the Circuit Court for · Frederick County, sitting as a Court of Equity. ORDERED tr.at the Plain' tiff give notice to the said non-resident Defendant of the object and sub' stance of this Bill by causing a copy of the .same to be published in some · newspaper published in Frederick · County, once a week for four suc- ; Cessive weeks prior to the 23rd day of July. 29-JS. commanding her to be . am" or cupancy. 1 acre land. 200 ft. frontage on Rt. 40. Ideal business location. 17 acres--1-bedroom mdrn dwelling, fronting on State highway just 5 miles from Frederick. Stoker heat. Sc interior of borne in beautiful condition 2 car garage, barn and all outbuildings in Sne condition. Immed. poss. Priced to sell. 2 four room dwellings located just 3 miles from Frederick. Both owners must move to other locations. Both prooerties priced for quick sale-- S3.10O and S2.000. M. D. HARP AGENCY Pythian Castle Building Phone 729 Gordon W. Spurrier--Broker Howard S. Fink--Rep. burning floor j ,,,_» _, , . . . ,, ;· 6 room modern brick dwelling, h. tr~. *** "» a^l ^JSSS* J5 :«*«?. o" he«. cement basement, to Title deeds to the above described property being as follows: y Deed from Walker Neil! Jolliffe. Assignee, to Elisha C. Swomiey who the said Ella · J. Swom- T. Swom!ey. as joint lay 29. 1929. and recorded in Liber No. 370. folio -Ml c.. - one of the Land Records for Freder: ick Counrv. I (2) The second parcel described in ! a deed from Clayton O, Keedv and | Edward S. Delapiaine. Trustees, to 33 acres along macadam road 4 mill {west of Frederick improved witb 6 j rocra dwelling. GRAYSOX H. MERCER SONS - Real Estate Loans Insurance i Pythian Castle Bldg. Phone 537 S. NULL NOTICES j DELBERT S. NULL ._, ! Desirable city dwelling; 6 rooms and ! bath, hardwoot Boors. lot. 9th NO. 7621 EQUITY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FRF.D- ERICK COUNTY. IN EQUITY. John Francis Smith. Trustee: und«-r the Will of Sarah A. Bow=. deceased. On Petition. ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this proceeding is to give notice that the parties m interest that the trust has terminated and the proceeds therefrom are to be distributed to the parties entitled th-»re- to. The petition states that Sarah A. Brown, late of Frederick Countv. Maryland, died July 17. 1'iul. leaving a will, which was admitted to probate by the Orphan's Court for Frederick County, and recorded in Liber C.E.S. No. 1. folio 197. one of the Will Records for Freder : ck County, in which she devised i house and lot in Frederick. Maryland, to bar .our children. Theodore Clinton Brown, also known as Theodore Clinton Robinson. Frances Emma Brown, who married John Lanzer. Nannie Louise Brown, who married a man by the name of Matthews, and Florence Ida-Brow.n. a? long as they or any of them desired to live therein, but in the event none of them desired to oive th'_-eln. she devised said property to Iihn Francis Smith, in trus*. to manage the same and pay over the net income there- from equally to said rmlciren That said testatrix further provided that afte. the death of all of said children the property should be sold arid tre proceeds divided equally anion^ the descendants of said four cnildren. per stirpes. That said real estate was sold under a Creditors Bill and the net proceeds, in the sum of S343.4S. was paid to the said John Francis Smith. Trustee. That the Circuit Court for Frederick County. n Equity assumed jurisdiction of the trust. That Edward J. Smith was appointed substituted trustee January 21. 1919. That the corpus of the trust now amounts to S444.77. and the income therefrom on hand is $29.15. making a total of 5)474.92. That the said Florence Ida Brown died in 1918. leaving a son. William Brown and a daughter. Myrtle Brown Heaivey. as her only heirs at law and next of kin. both of whom reside in Pittsburgh, m the State of Pennsylvania, That Theodore Clinton Brown, also known as Theodore Clinton Robinson, died March ID. 1929. leaving as his only heirs at law and next of tin. 340. folio 563. one of the Land Records for Frederick Count-.-. Terms of sale--Cash on day of sale or upon ratification thereof" by Ihe Court. A deposit of 52.000.00 will be required of the purchaser on dav of sale. Possession to be given subject to tenant's rights. , Taxes to be adjusted to day of sale. Cost of conveyancing and federal revenue "stamps at the expense of the purchaser. FARMERS AJTD MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK OF FREDERICK. A BODY CORPORATE. Executor. William M. Storm. Attorney. U. Grant Hooper. Auctioneer. EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC SALE VALUABLE APARTMENT BUILDING AND ADJACENT LAND IN FREDERICK CITY The undersigned. Executor of the Will and Testament of G. Xevin ! Rebert, late " of Frederick County. j Maryland, by virtue of the power and j authority contained in the Last Will j and Testament of the said G. Nevin j Rebert, deceased, and an order of the Orphan's Court of Frederick Countv. Maryland, dated June 14. 1943. will offer for salt on the premises at 1005 Motter Avenue in Frederick City. Frederick County. Marvland. on SATURDAY. JULY IT. 1943. . described real estate, together with ! the rights, ways, easements and ap- I purtenances thereunto belonging or in . any wise appertaining, and together with the improvements thereon and j certain personal property located I therein and thereon: j All these lots and parcels of ground i situate, lying and being on the West j side of Motter Avenue in Frederick f City and County. Maryland, known as j 10C5 Motter Avenue, containing four acres, three rods, and thirtv-six square perches of land, more or "less. and being the same property that was i conveyed to G. Neyin Rebert and j Naomi S. Rebert. j Naomi S Rebert having | the said G. Nevin Rebert) _ _ __ ; fer DeLauter. Executor of the Last ' Will and Testament of Samuel A. i Lewis, deceased, by Deed dated the I 6th day of May. 1937 and recorded in 407. Folio 192. one of the Land for jcredenck County. is improved by a DELBERT S. XTBLL Auctioneer Real Estate Insurant* 25 W. Patrick St. Phone 1153 P RTTRnVTTl? r. D u I\u Ci i A EJ _ i 212 acres near Mt. Airy. 7 room frame dwelling with bath. elec. water system, furnace. converted dairy bam witb 18 stanchions, granary and other oatbldgs. Early poss. $16.000. 3 room frame dwelling on stat« highway witb. Hi acres of land, eleci water system, bath, furnace, a modern house in good location. 3a miles from Baltimore. 12 from Frederick. Imnjed- ite possession. S7.900. H. P. BURDETTE SON. Mt. Airy. Md- Ph. 123 MURRAY C. BOHN 155-A. 9-room brick bouse, electric water system, modernized bank barn. 30 stanchions and cups, new block dairy, never failing water, an 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. S16.500. 53-A, 6-roorn frame house, electric: well "water at house and bam. also^ cistern at bam. all bldgs. in fair repair, metal roof, some woodland, good meadow. 2nd grade dairy. 12 A. wheat. 8-9 A corn. 2 A sweet com. 14 A. good grass for hay. 2 A. tomatoes, all above for S730O owing to bad health and will give immediate poss to band)* crops, house later in summer. MURRAY C. BOHN Real Estate Phone Union Bridge. Md_ »-J R. L. ZENTT; not be passed as praved. ELLIS C WACHTKR. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Frederick County. Edwin F. Nikirk. Solicitor for Complainant. Filcd June 23. 1948. True Copv Test' ELLIS C WACHTER. Clerk. dJe24-Jy 1.8.15.22 BIDCME BANTERS BY ' daughter. · resides at ; and three grandchildren, the children J of Helen Brown Hunt, a deceased daughter of the said Clinton E Robi.i- , son. nai. ely. Mary Hunt Mitchel. · Dorothy Hunt Burks and Albert E. e Very good little uropertv handy loca^ tion at ThurmontT Full cement basement, nice porches, large combination kitchen-dining rm.. kitchenette, pantry, living rm. 2nd Soor has 2 nice bed;.. bath and hallway. Good attic. :.. city water, storm sash. Garage. 7 house, large lot. nice lawn, gar- j ; apartment is the first floor apartment, i only S6.000. Early possession- R. formerly occupied by the owner "and i Zentz. STROUT REALTY. Taneytown; has been reserved from rental by the i Md. Ph. 158-J- TP.15 8EAT5 OiGGIN'fOBEM-' 7 ' BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Will be needed this \ear To meet increased production costs Pro- ·jucsnt; Good Chicks is Oar Business Mary-and - U S Approx-ed FuHorurn Passed Hatchery TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Bronze and White Holland for ratair.^se and Latest Piices. CHICK HATCHERY KJC w SOUTH ST Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. Thit She said Nannie Brown Matthews. %vidov.-. died January 23. 1948. without leaving any issue of her body. That the said Frances Brown Lanzer disappeared from her residence in Newark. New Jersey prior to January 1. 1D12, and has not been heard from since, although repeated efforts have heen made to locale her. by her relatives and by your retitioner. That :t is unknown whether she is living or dead and if alive, whether she is a State of aryland. and if dead whether she left any issue of her ?»vsv and if she died leaving issue whether thev arc residents or r.on-res-.dents of Maryland. That the said Frances Brown Lar.zer is now presumed to be dead That the trust estate terminated upon the death of the said Nannie Brown Matthews, who d-eci January 25. 3948. and under the wi'l of the said Sarah / Brown the trust estate should be distributed equally aTnone thp descendants of thf said Theodcre_ Clintrvn Brown, also known as Theodore Clinton Pobinson. France* Brown Lanzer. Nan-;e Srown Matthews a-.d Florence Ida Brorm. per stsrijes.. That as far as is known ali of the parties in intercut are mri- rc« ; dents of the State of Marvland. That the twtitioii prays for the following relief: That the Co-art win pass a decree adjudicating that the said Frances Brown Lanzer has de- narted this life: that the Court will direct the distribution of the trust amnnj those entitled thereto and protect the t-astee in the distribution thereof, and for further relief- It is thereupon, this 9th day of June. ISMS bv the Circuit Co-.irt for Frertenek County sitv.ng as a Court of Equity. Ordered tha! Edward J. Smilh. substituted trustee :n this cau^e give notice bv Order of Publication to Frances Browji Lanzer snd to the next of kin. heirs and persora! representatives of Frances Brown Lanrer residents or ron-residents of the State of Maryland, of fro sub- st?ncc and object of the aforesoine retit:on. warning them to be and an- pe^r in this Court, in oerso^ nr bv solicitor, on or before the 15th dav of September 1943 to answer the aforcsoing petition and ?bide by and perform such order and decree .".s mav be passed herein provided a copy thereof be inserted in some newspaper published in Frederick Countv. once a week for four ,rucces- «ive woeks. prior 13 the 24th day of Otilv. 1943. -' F.LLIS C WACHTER. Clerk of the Circuit Court f n r Frederick County, Mary lard Edward J Smith Suhstit-.itcd TrtistrP Filed June P, 1948 True Copv Test- ELLIS C WACHTER. Clerk. dJe 24-Jy 1.8,15,22 j The fix-e apartments now rented are I well furnished, each apartment being equipped with an electric stove and an HOWARD A. GROSS 5s necessary for the renting of furnished apartments. This property has been subdivided by the late owner as is disclosed by the Plat of Robert's Addition to Frederick, recorded in plat Book 3. Foiio 9. one of the Plat Books in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for rrederick Countv. which Plat was approved by the Frederick City Planning Commission on July 21. 1946. At the time of sale, lots 1. 2. 3. 7, 8. 9. and 10 and the interest of the deceas_ed in any streets abutting Ihere- on. subject to the dedication tor sues streets, together with the abo--a apartment building, and the furnishings belonging to the deceased contained in the rental apartments -will first be offered for sale This bid -will then be reserved and the balance of the tract will be offered. This bid also wjj] be reserved and the entire tract, together with the apartment dwelling and the furnishings of the rented apartments ·will then be offered. All sales are subject to esssting dedications for streets, if any. At the conclusion of the above sa5e. the undersigned w:51 also offer one recently purchased Briggs Stratton power mower used in connection with the premises. At the same time a few other miscellaneous items of personal property used by the owner in connection with the premises trill be offered. Terms of sale as prescribed by order Of the Court; casn"on the day of sale or ratification thereof bv the Orphan's Court A deposit of Sl.OOOOO on the sa-e of the apartment dw.e!Jtng and the lots mentioned above w:)l be required, and in ca^e of sale in that manner a deposit of S300 00 will be required on sale of the remaining lots in the above tract In case of sale of the apartment dwellirg. and the entire tract, a deposit of S2.000 00 will be required, ail deposits to be made on the day of sale to insure con-.phance with the terms of sale All taxes, water rent, and other charecs will be prorated to the nay of sale and ail costs nf conx-eyancin^. including State and Federal Revenue Stamps will be paid by the purchaser or purchasers. Arrangements for inspection of the premises prior to the day of sale and for information concerning the personal property in the several apartments pacing with the property may be made bv contacting the undersigned at 16 South Market Street. Frederick. Maryland, telephone 1927- PHILIP NEVIX REBERT. F.xccutor. Robert E Clapp. J r . Attorney. Null and Null, Auctioneers. s FOR SALS i New Oiling station and store, scp- {arate 9 room sew modern brick dwel- i ling situated on main highway. 10 ; miles from Frederick. Fine opportun-; j ity for good tourist business. Everv- , thing new. other listings. For particular* HOWARD A. GROSS "Realtor" 9 Court St. Phone 87? Frederick Mo. HARRY E. MOHLER 2 4-room inodem bungalows, steam heat. h. w. 3oors. Immediate pos. 8 room modern anartment house, 4 rooms and bath on" each floor, h. w.' floors, steam heat, concrete basement. Quick po£ 5 room brick modern semi-bungalow. h. w. SOOTS, garage, steani heat. N. section of city, concrete basement. 6 room brick house in good condition, bath and fomace. About 4 blocks from the center of town. Early pos. If you want to bay real estate . - or ^_ · business consult me. as I have some! ' rea3 g°°d values. . HARRY E MOHLER Rsal Estate II3 z ^ si Third Street Phone 2074,, T ,^, -- KfcY CHEV. SALES INC. ' EXCELLENT SUMMER V,i IX ] USED CARS i ,' 3937 Chev. Town Sedan 11P33 Packard Sedan ; 1940 Studebaker Coupe 1P-0 Lincolp.-Zephvr Sedan 1940 Chevrolet Convertible 19iJ Plymouth Coupe 1946 Chex-rolct Fieetmaster 4-Dr. i Sedan | USED TRUCKS , 1934 Chevrolet School Bus 11937 Chev. l i 2 ton Chassis Cab 1940 Chevrolet Stake Bodv 1U ton 1941 Ford l' 3 _fon Chassis" Cab 3941 C M C . ' 2 ton panel » i 1946 Willys Jeep ! "1947 Ford r, ton Chassis Cab Yes They Are On Display No\* KEY CHEV. SALES TN0- Frederick, Maryland.

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