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New*. Frwlwkk, M*.. Sstwrdar. July if. 1M« Braves Win, Lose Lowly Browns Defeat Tribe Now PitchTM For Cleveland July 9 (.-?-- Aided by a ! Cleveland. July 9 St. 14-fcit aUack. righthander Johnny Louis Browns got away to a tbrec- ~ " fire* th* National League's - run first inning and went on to firat ll-saoae wimser by hurling defeat the league-leading Cleve" larsd Ind.ans 5 to 3 tonight. tS* top-place Boston Braves to a O-t win over the Phillies tonight before a 17,050 crowd. While iut- safely ia his 21st eaosecutive Al Dark, the Tribesmen's sfeortstop. tripled, iot»bled, singled and stole home. the score: E. H. Philadelphia 2 12 Boston 13 14 2 Roberts, Heintzehcari. Xahera and Padgett: Sain a=d Salkeld. The Iad:a»s o u t - h i t the Brownies 12 :o 9 but couldn't connect when they needed them. Free Sanforc. who was removed when the Indians threatened in the seventh, was the winning E. hurler. Sanford helped h:s owa ' 0 cause with a home run in the sec- · 2 one Inning. Bob Lemon was Xteh«b«tt Burners Chicago, July 9 Bill N'ichol- charged v.-;:h the defeat. The -eo-e: R. St. Lou.i 5 Clcve'sr.d 3 Sanford. Carver and H. 9 12 E. , 0 I Lerr.o::. P Gromek ar.d l Partes: Kheman, and soa harcmered his llth homer of the season into the right field bleachers with Andy Pafko on base to give the Chicago Cubs a 2-1 vie- * Maasio Get;. 19th tory over the Pittsburgh Pirates Wa-h:r:4trr.. Ju;\- y -V--Joe Di- before a ladies day crowd of 23.609 Maag.o b:as:ed h;* I9:h horr.e run here today. The score: R. H. E Pittsburgh . . . 1 5 1 Chicago . 2 7 ! Riddle and Fitzgerald: Harr.r-.er and A. Watker. .3*--The Giants Xew York. July 9 Brooklyn Dsdgers -.rounced the New York Giar.ts. 10-3 tonight to move into fifth place, a half same behind the fourth place Giants. Roy CampsneHa ar.d Gene Her- rnanski homered -or the Dodccrs ·while Walker Cooper be'tod a three-run rour:d-tr:ppcr Giants. The score: R. Brooklyn 10 New York . 3 Barney and Campanclla: Poat, Jones. Trinkie, IConikowski and Cooper. o'. t.le ie;")."2 - .v::h one aboard as the New York Yankees breezed to a ii-p v.ct^ry o-. er :h? Washington Senators brn.r-.d :ne 4-hIt pitching of Ed Lopa: here tani^ht. Th? c -re: R. H. E Xe-.v Ycrx 9 12 0 Wash.ngton 0 4 4 Lopat ar-.d Niarhos: Hudson. Car.d:n:. Harris:. Ferrick and . _ , IK Death Of Aged " *nd Fourth of [July celebration honoring Mr. and Mrs. Martin Benner. was given Hagerstown. July 9 «pj -- Mrs. Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ada Gantz, 69, housekeeper for 82- j Albert W. Sigafoose. Thunnont. year-old John H. Reeder. was j Those present included Mr*. chargea with clubbing her em- ; Dorothy Benner. mother of Martin ployer to death in a murder war- j Benner and Mrs. Sigafoose; Ed- Jrant sworn out today by Sheriff , ward Sigafoose. Mrs Elizabeth I Joseph D. Baker. | Krause. Mrs. Margaret Noyes and Reeder. a retired farmer, was t daughter of Washington; Mr. and j beaten in bis i bed in his Beaver : Mrs. Frank Troxell, Mr and Mrs Creek section home on June 10. He '. Edgar Shelton Mrs. Mattie Van died ia s. hospital here July 2. · Osdale of Brunswick. Mr. Ronkin. i Mrs. Gantz. v.-ho had been em- , Richmond. Va.: George Tavlor ' NEW mm, WARDS SOTBC tot* «t £ price, suitable f«r Many m»e* ALSO STOVE WOOD Frederick 723-51 HOWARD A. GROSS AUTO I N S T A L L E D FOR SALE 6 room. fr,,-n«. sl«te icof. modem dweUin*. well constructed, beautiful lawn, comer lot in residential section of Brunswick on thru street to Frederick. Age and health is only reason for selling. Good purchase. Many other listings in and out of Frederick. When buying or selling real estate be sure to consult with . , ^ K _ .. -_.. Frederick Paint Glass Store , ployed by Reeder for about four ; Chambersburg. Pa.: Floyd Martin,' ,,, ,, ,,,. M . . ,, _ , . . ,, years, had been questioned period; Mrs. Dante Flabbi. Nancy. Gene I «"* aiarket SUFrederick. Md. , ically ever since the elderly man ' and Danny Flabbi. Thurmont. j ^^·^··^···^·^^····F **~ HOWASD A. GROSS Seal tor "7 9 Court St. Frederick K. L. ZENTZ v.-as hurt. Before he became - unconscious, i Reeder told Depifty Sheriff Leister '· '. Isanogle that his assailant v.-as j wearing a white nightgown. Mrs. I Gantz told police she v.-as asleep a* ' · the time and was av.-akcned bv her NOTICES NOTICE ZONING DELBERT S. NULL DELBEHT S. NULL ! Very good little property handy loca- | uon at Thurmont. Full cement base- jinent. nice porches. Large combination kitchen-dining rm.. kitchenette, pantry living rm. 2nd goer has 2 nice bed- bath asxi hallway. Good attic CHAXGE OF USE OF LAND Desirable city d wellinr. « rooms anJ ' Hec · cit ' water, storm" '«^»*H Garage' A Conforming to Section 31. Article \ bath, hardwood floors, steam best i P 0 " 1 ^* 1 bouse, large lot. nice lawn. g«r- " X. title "Zoninx" or the Fn^priclc ' One*- ^n x^u^ r.»v s*»t....-..i. o* · den in additi«T m i«**0=» tn.^v n ..r_L. . , , Zomaf of the Frederick · POSS 30 days. East Church St. One of the great unsolved puz- ^y. July 21 1948 i zles is how birds find their way - ·· - during migration. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR TROUBLE? CALL E\ST END GROCERY IS 57 ANYTIME Commercial Uuroestic Franklin -^v Storkman 100 E- 6:h St. Eieclrteal Applsancrs Repaired '. M.. . --· Board Room, third fioor. City Hall, Frederick. Maryland, for the purpose of considering the amending of the Zoning · Ordinance as the same was passed and ! approved August 5. 1929 by changing ! : Xorth Street and South of North · ! Street and bounded on the west by ' Western Avenue and on the east bv { Central Avenue, from a residential \ Use. 45 foot Height. -B" Area to '· . . addition to large truck patch. DEI.BERT S XUlii Auctioneer Real Estate Insurance MURRAY C- BOHN 1155 Business Use. 45 foot Height, area. | 53-A. 6-roora frame house, electric. . water at house bam. all bldgs. un- jder metal roof, fair repair, some tim- |ber. good meadow. 2nd. grade dairy. | -half hay crop and 2 acres 4 room modem bungalow, steam , ,,,, w ^,, ·__,, G. H. MERCEIR SONS for the K. 13 4 Errors Beat Reds St Louis, July 9 '£*·--Errors by Danny Litwhi'er and Tommy Stallcup permitted the St. Louis Cardinals to score two unearned runs in the eighth inning and take a 6 to 4 decision from the Cincinnati Reds tonight. Stan Musial hit his 20th homer with a mate on base in the fourth. Gerry Staley won his third victory of the week in a relief role. The score: R- H. E. Cincinnati - 4 8 3 St Louis 6 9 0 Wehrneier. Peterson: -Cumber'. »nd Laraarmo: Brecheen. Burkhart Staley and Rice. Baker. Tisers Win Fifth Detroit. J u l y !» fi--The Detroit Tigers ran :he;r w i n streak to five straight tonlsht as they beat the Chicaco V/hi:e Sox 4 to 2 behind Freddie Hu;ch::i-on"s six hit pitch- in?. The Wh:te Sox scored two runs in she top of the n i n t h on Aaron Robinson's homer with one aboard. The score.: R. H. E. Chicago 2 6 1 i Detroit 4 7 0 Picrctti. Papish and Robinson: Hutehinson and Rieb«. ·NEA Photon V/arming up in Cleveland Stadium under she watchful eye of Indians President Bill Veek. right. :- Ler»» · Satchel' Paige, topflight Negro pitcher of 20 years standing. Purch.-^cd by the Indians from the Kansas City Monarchs. the !cn^, lanky hurler gave his age as "about 40 years pretly soon " A's Take Bosox | Philadelphia. July |9 OT' 1 --Carl , Scheib's pinch hit in the ninth ' inninj; scored Elmer Valo with the ' run thai gave the Philadelphia \ Athletics ::n 8-7 victory over the , Boston Red Sox tonight. The Ath- \ Ictics tied the score a moment earlier on ;t double by Ferris Fain and two outs. The score: B H. Boston 7 15 ?hi!adflphia 8 12 Kinder. Johnson. Dobson E 0 0 , and j Tebbett?. Batts: J Coleman. Savage. , C. Harris nnd Kcsar. Weekend Games Semi-Fro Baseball Sunday (McCurdv Field. 2:30 dsl Lensne Ycstcrdav's Results Frederick Hustlers vs Tavern of "Washington. Maryland State League : ·(All dctibleheaders. start 1 p. m. ' dst) ^Woodsboro at Woodbine. Umpire Miller. ·Ijamsville at Liberty, Umpires , Trump and Hargett. *Pt Rocks at Xew Market. Umpire Young. ' ·Frederick ai Mt Airy, Umpire ' Twentey. Duffy's Chicago. ": Pittsburgh. 1 Boston. 13; Philadelphia. 2 i Brooklyn. 10; New York. St. Louis. 6: Cincinnati. 4 Games Today 'Philadelphia at Boston Brooklyn at Xcw York Pittsburgh at Chicago "Cincinnati at St. Louis "Xipht game Standings Bosion Pittsburgh St. Louis Xew York *Tri-County Baseball League ·(All gsrnes start 2 p. m. dst) Doubs at Middletown. Umpire Brook fyn Shook - TT Philadelphia Brunswick at Creagerstown. Urn- ' Cincinnati pire TVarrenfeltz. Damascus at Waikersviile, Umpire Lambert. Lovettsvilie at Buckeystown. Umpire Pfeiffer. Chicago Of The w. . . 44 35 34 36 35 32 Teams L. 31 33 34 36 36 40 40 43 Pet. Soap-Box Derby Racers Get I Expert Scrutiny This Afternoon Fifty-four Soap Box Derby driv- · f;na! v.-cishins-in can be postponed j ers. survivors of an entry list of until thc actual dav of the race, j 61. were to submit their home-, On f y seven of 5he origina , en _ · made racers to expert scrutiny of ; nc s have dropped out of the race ! the Jaycce clinicians and exam-: a ccor( jin! to latest reports haided t incrs. at the Key Chevrolet «ar- : the sponsoring Xews and T h e '. age ^c-/ 351 Patrick strcet - 2 ,P°st- These have cither left the P 'JT' 1DS I.'-. . . ,. ' coalman:tv or are away on vac-i The official examination is aliens :m-i v.-;M not be in F^eder- to assure sponsors of thc race ick for t h c race ; scheduled for Frederick July -1. , ' i that thc soapbox racers have been · built by the boys themselv.s; that they conform to the national ru'es on construction and are safe to race in, xvith steering-gear and brakes conforming to standard; construction. ' Committeemen also weighed the machines to see they do not tip the scales at more than 150-pounds. ' | Also measured height. clear! aricc. wheel-base and other mcas: ! uremcnts required by the national ! rules: to insure acceptance of thc I winner's car for entrance in the i | National Soap Box Derby at Ak| ron. O.. August 15. . | Sponsors said some of the cars \ from Montgomery and Carroll ' counties may not be completed for · : the inspection today, which is obligatory for all cars j to undergo.' However, Chairman Warner Brit- ' tain ruled that if '.lie car is suffi- | ctently far completed so that the i main factors of safety and conj struction can be judged by the Clinic Committee examiners, the Lawn Mowers : p t I heat, immediate possession. ' "° · ! 6 room modern brick dwelling on *'° d e l l i n g . 719 E I County, sasd area being approximate- j ; ly two hundred and seventy-eight ' t feel frontage along Monronqua (Sev- i brick dwelling, h. basement. ij 45 Souut Slarket St. Street, on the west by Western nue. on the North bv North Street and on the Easi by Central Avenue The Zoning plat is on file in the City i Engineer's Office and the same may be viewed at any time during r«"g- { j u'ar business hours prior to the date i ' of the public hearing. - ' 33 acres along macadam road 4 miles west of Frederick improved with 6 room dwelling. GRAYSOX H. MERCER fc SONS Real Estate Loans Pythian Castle Bldg. Insurance Phone 537 I? P I ? A \ i P M 3 B.. LKAMfcK n farm, early possession. Owing and sickness this place has been -- MCHRAY C. BOHN Real Estate Phone Union Bridge. ild~ S-J HARRY E. MOHLER 2 4-rcom modern bungalows, steam heat. h. \v. floors. Immediate pos. 8 room modern apartment house. 4 rooms and bath on each floor, h. w. «oors. steam heat, concrete basement. Quick pos 6 room brick modern semi-bungalow. DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 FOR VOL'R ELECTRICAL REPAIR WORK and HOUSE WIRING HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Avc. Phone 1601 .537. .542 ' .534 I .493 ; .436 .474 ' .467 ' .419 American 'Heart Of ^Maryland League Dav at Mt. Airy, Umpire \Tach- ter. Thunnont at Broad Run. Umpire Noonan. Florence at Myersvilie. Umpire Jackson. Pickett's Corner at Ne-,v "Windsor, Umpires Sheffer and Curry. Connty Softball League (Playoff of first-half rainouts) Hannoriy at Ballenger. Results Yesterday St. Louis. 5; Cleveland. 3 New York. 9. Washington. 0 De:roit. 4: Chicaso. 2 Philadelphia. 8: Boston. 7 Games Today Chicago at Detroit Ne\v York at Washington Boston at Philadelphia Other clubs nnt scheduled Slanflinsr Of Thc Teams W." L. 44 Cleveland Philadelphia Xew York Boston Detroit Washinc'.on St. Lo-.^s Chicago 47 43 30 41 44 23 Pet.! .520 ' .610 i .531 .521 .500 .446 .380 .329 Actor Wounded During Heights Stage Play A realistic touch was given Friday night's performance of "The Petrified Foresi" at the Mountain Theater at 3~addock Heights when CHAXGE^ pj AXXED oae of the leading characters was Baltimore. July 9 -V--Thc chair- accidentally shot oy another mem- man ,,, , hc Un .v crs: i. v f H arv ] arid ber of the cast. The mishap occurred near the end of the melodrama when Samet Biro, playing the role of a cornered gangster fired his pistol blanks too close to Tyler Carpenter, in* 1 play"? leading r^an. Wadding and small : buckshot penetrated Carpenter's right forearm. He finished out the scene without other members of the cast and the audience aware of the fact that he was wounded. 'When the final curtain was rung do-sen, a physician was summoned from the audience and Carpenter was brought to Frederick where his arm -A-ZS treated and he was administered P "etanus :r-;sc-t;nn Carpenter ssid he would be able Board of Recent* said today it already hi;; arrreed or. making some change* H "ho administration of thTM iT.iverfityV medical school. William P C~:e. the board chairman. 5?.id it ·-. ill create a new cost ; of 'director" for The school. Ur.i- versiiv Hnfnitpl. ^nd Ihe Xurscs" TriiniriC school, rl! el v.-hich are in Baltimore. T3ie r.cw diroc'or will report thro'ii^h Dr H C Byrd. nrc5icien : r.{ the university, to tne Bosrd of KEYSTONE PAINTS When thc best costs so l i t t l e why compromise on qnalitv? Complete line exterior. Interior" finishes. NICODEMUS Paint Store 30 NORTH COURT ST. New Case Machinery V A 0 Tractors DUTY Disc Harrows LOW-AVHEEL Rubber-tired Wagons 2-BOTTO.M Tractor Plows BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St. Phone 1423 ELASTIC HOSIERY Comfort, unlic.'m pr«;iu.- tad lent) our can b* obtaiflco ORi'r from E l A i t i c Hc»rtry !"««» it KiasfiGeaKf ceni!ruc;«d f.-om fr.:a. liv« rubber tad th« but cf-silic And linen reaferidls. pita of Sastic Ho-.itry io!d la eer sfsrts it mjnuf»c- tured ctpectdMx fcr cj. Kc£te o-r Orfn sp«clfi=a- fioas. «ad Cdrrlei car Gcardate* of ;ua!i?r And uiislACtorr lervic*. Our conplett jfocl of S x n U i s or Seamed Hoiiiry contists of: Ank- less. Knc* Caps. LeggFagi and GirterSlockingi. etc.. in^fh* differenf gredex of silk And linen. Experienced fitters always on dsfj. No cherge for con- sultattcn and f i J f i n c j s . Reasonable prices. ELASTIC HOSlErT NON-SKID SPOT PAD TRUSSES ABDOMINAL SU??OXTERS SHOULDER JRACES WILLIAMSON'S Drug Store . objectors to the proposed CITY HOMES FOR SALE y 3 10 '7 21 ' " ' vo-rir-P NOTICE . . . ; possession, owner changing residence. · business consult rne." as I have some Modern residence, six rooms, oil , real £ O O " heat - h a r d w o o d fioors. Garage. Grounds landscaped with lovelv ! ' · · · v - - - ! Application has been made to the ; shrubbery and trees. Owner leaving j i undersigned by : cit '- Ear! ' possession. Western sec- ; ''' ~ Ilon - E. MOHLER i -, 113 East Third Street ' Phone 2074 AMVETS. FREDERICK POST ! NO. 2 INC. i ; A. Melvin Seeger. President I | 324 East Street. Frederick. Md. j · for a Class "C" Club license to sell j i On Sale Beei^ "Wiae and Liquor, j ' at the premises known as j AMVETS, FREDERICK POST \ NO. 2 INC. j 324 East Street. Frederick lid. be Known as an For further particulars, apply: NOAH E. CRAMER SON" Realtors N-. Court St. P. B. ROOP DA VIP Q. GRIFFIN WHEN WILL YOU BE SUED? | ON SALE Class "C" Beer. Wine j one is injured on your residence ! and Liquor license, which would I Premises or thru your participation I permit the licensees to sell the ! Souf' c^^hSe "peg'o'na! U?aforesaid Beverage at retail, at I bility Insurance. Low cost for this ID? acre farm below Covers Comer. C mi. from Sit. Airy on county road. 13 room frame house, electric' large Frederick. Md. : bank barn, partly modern for shipping ! mi!k. and other buildings in fair repair 15 acres timber (some oak for sawing), 3O meadow and permanent pasture. Bal. tillable. Only S7.500. Poss. on on before April 1st. 1949. P. B. ROOP Phone 86-J Windsor. MS. FO BRICK CONCRETE BLOCK HARDWARE NAILS PAINTS ASPHALT ROOFING ASBESTOS SHINGLES METAL SASH FOUNDATION WATERPROOFING CALL W. C. HARGETT LUM8ER CO. JEFFERSON ST. EXT. Phone 2262-M LUMBER MILLWORK DOORS WINDOWS PLYWOOD FLOORING ROCK WOOL OAVED O. GHTFFIN rXSUHAXCE 27 S. Court St. j the place therein described, for | modern protection. ' consumption on the premises or I elsewhere. ! · The application Is made in accord- 1 ance with Chapter 2 of the Acts of '. the General Assembly of Maryj land. Special Session of 1933. and is ion file in this office. Any excep- i tions to the issuance of the License j must be filed with the undersigned · within a period of one week from 'the publication of the second ad| vertisement. The manner of filing I exceptions is described in the act. j a copy of which is on file in the [ i office of the License Commissioner i j Any hearing on application will i |be held at the Court House. Date will be given. G. CLEVELAND TROUT, License Commissioner for Frederick County. Md. NOTICE RALPH W. BOYER ~ ~ ~ HAROLD U. FRtTSHOUR Do nc,t hesitate to consult this of- fire on Fire. Automobile. Compensation or any other Insurance matters HAROLD O FRUSBOUR 26 West Patrick St. Phone I155 Frederic*. Md Modem brick dwelling on'SElilnry Road. Close to entrance to Camp Detricfc and near c?ty bus. 5 rooms and bath first floor. 3 rooms and bath Phone 600 1 pL ^ d - Qoor xsitb P riv a*e entrance. f none ouu | Annual income from apt. S600. A new ! privately built home and good invest- · Apartment houses on W. Pat- St. j S. Market St and E 2nd Street. r corn- well located. RALPH W. BOYER BOYER INSURANCE AGENCY Frederick Representative For Murray C. Sohn 1 X. Court St- Tel«. 2214 M. D. HARP AGENCY PEOPLES FINANCE CO. ! 5 rm. Strictly mdrn. N. W Section. H-W. fl. Tile bath, full concrete cellar, laundry tubs. G L App. Early poss. 6 rm. mdrn. Brick dwell. Located within easy access to stores. Interior Could You Use $30.00 - SI5000 - S250.00 or more in cash . to - help meet the expenses whict i exterior ia fine condition. Early usually arise at .his time of year, U so. we cordiallj invite vou to Transfer from Benj. F. Grove : eept this invitation to call on us. for r m o d r e dwelling. **. I Section, hot air. fuel oil heating plant. Mc«s Every Spraylcj: Xecd^-Euy to Use-- Ljpht X eipht--POW.CKU!--Snnple Cosatruc- tion---Xofi-G^^inf;. Thc AsrosAycr hu no arJc. JBK place :hc hose in thc spraw solution, openle the hand-iiecve and you develop over loo pounds prctt-jrc. NoaKTlog^ins nozilc has five diccr- cnt if.-.ina. one of o.hich »ili throw thr spny 35 fc« ^ v -c;gh:cd suction cod conuin- inc screen kcrps hose s«bn:erEed 3cd soiunon. Fasily clcascd. Can also be used for TvhitcwiininK. crcoso;:nj^ sprayin- fprdeos. shrcbt. trees. Ia«n;s and Sch:- ios »m^!l Srcs. EVERY POULTRY RAISER AND FARMER 5HOL-LD HAVE ONE. ; and Gertrude Grove McCIellan. the money you need. Application ha s been made to the undersienpd by ARTHUR R. HOFFMAN 152 East South St Frederick. Maryland for a license to sell On Sale beer, j PEOPLES KIKANCF CO. 11 North Court St tA home Small Loan Co.) PUBLIC SALE to continue in the final performance of tire show toniabt. Great Sa": Lake c ~H!:on t a n ^ of salt, Geological Survey csV- the U. 400 S. Sivers are estimated to car; two and a half b::]:cr tons of f annually to the oceans. Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting CARTER L. REID Phone Braddock Egis. 6271 FOR SALE New 6 room houses with ai! modem conveniences. Immediate possession. Can be financed. Apply CURTIS W.THOMAS S10 Jefferson Street Phone 2144-J · · · C NORGE Refrigerators 10 Cu. Ft. Size ·MGKT WATCH" DEFROSTER -- defrosts automatically C2 Lts. Frozen Food Storage Norge Electric and Gas Ranges Xorge Washers Xorgc Hot Water Heaters Storm Shipley THE BUSY CORNER Market Second S'x. Phone 266 Next Month . Send a Check! It's safer 3tuch more convenient check on the friendly FARMERS MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK FREDERICK, MD. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Jli' \ MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY ] 100 WEST SOUTH ST. g Frederick. Md. Phone 439 BIDCHE BANTERS BY PUBLIC SALE and moving, to a smaller place. I'm of- , fering « * S » l e n I at the premises known as KELLY'S CAFE 141 West Patrick St. Frederick. Maryland the said license to be known ! -;as an Class B ON SALE Beer j range, kitchen table and ,,.«... license, which -would permit the ! kitchen cabinet, oak dining roonT table .licensee to sell the aforesaid Beve-!f"^TM? air ?' oak , l)U .5 et - 3-piece liv- i ., , ., , , . : ln S room suites oak library table iak : rage at retail, at tne place therein j bedroom suite, double iron bed' and described, for consumption on the j springs, single iron bed. walnut chest .premises or elsewhere. l^ha^^hand^cu^nf^'eaner^^^an 11 ? | The application Is made in ac- i mirrors. 2 churns, pans? Sshes. ^S\-'. cordance with Chapter 2 of the Acts jff 1 ;, 5 ! 01 ?^^ 31 ^: five gal. copper kettle. of the General Assembly of Mary! land. Soecial Session of 1933. and is on file in this office. Any excep- 100x100 lot. Side and rear entrance Large living nn, with fireplace. Early poss- Price S13.500.00. 8 rm. dwell, located 3 mi. from Frederick. Suitable for 2 familv occupancy, l acre land. 200 ft. frontage on Rt. 40. Ideal business location. 17 acres--i-bedroom nadrn dwel- j ling, fronting on State highway just | 5 miles from Frederick. Stoker heat. j interior of home in beautiful con- dweligs located just ** ?.L D HARP AGEXCY Pythian Castle Building Phone 729 Gordon W. Spurrier--Broker Howard S. Fink--Rep. KEY CHEV. SALES. INC. single shovel plows, double shovel plow, i one-horse and 1 two-horse IN USED CARS VALUES within a period of one week from ; home-made Ford tractor. ^eaii~gar- 3938 Packard Sedan · th» publication ot the second adver- ! den tractor, and other articles too nu- ' 19-50 Studebaker Coupe ' tisement. The manner of filing ex- | ^T^^S? 15 ' \ i«o ole^SS 6 converlbU ceptions is described in the act. a I Take first country- road to right off · 19-51 Plymouth Conpe .copy of which :s on file in the Office j Dual Highway.^then follow_ arrows. '1946 Chevrolet Fleetraaster 4-Dr. of the License Commissioner. j *' OT jJear 3 ' Any hearing on application will Joseph L. Heeder. Aact. be held at the Court House. Date ; L F - Hotter. Clerk : ^^ IX will b» eiven ' --^ ~~ - ! t T SED TRUCKS o~ jjiveiu Tnjr.TTM i SXE UTOR-S PITBLIC SALE OF 11934 Chevrolet School Bus , »j. ^L.^vr.L.AiMU 1KUU1. j VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ! 1937 Chev. 1 :2 ton Chassis Cab ' i License Commissioner f or j 3v virtue of the power of sale con-: 1940 Chevrolet Stake Bodv n~ ton Frederick Ccuntv. Md. : Jained ;n the last Will and Testament' ?f« f J?*J~- 3 ton Chassis Cab NOTICE . i of Nannie Groff. late of Frederick County. Maryland, deceased, and an Ford G.T,LC. i; ton par.ei "Vjliys BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Ws!i te needed th!! year to rr.ee* Increased productiof. costs Pro- 'iucir.c Good Chicks is Our Business Maryland - U S Approved Puilorum Passed Hatchery TURKEY POULTS Broad breas'ed Bi-onie and White Holland Write for Cat.ilnsa* and Latest Pi ices. ^ 1 1 1 I t , r, rf * ----·-._- «^i,u, \*t^.s.3Ot.i_l. 3*.IU flii . - ^ TM _, j - . *~ Application-has bee, made to the \ ^ g^°^^ ££*£: I ** ** , undersigned by ; of June. 1943. the undersigned Ex- ' ' CHARLES FRAXCIS WILCOM i ff ut0 ^ win seil at Public auction at , _ , ;;?e Court House in Frederick Cit-r, · rtl -^ . " rederick Couritv, MarvJand ou CATKERIXE M. VTILCOM . SATURDAY," JULY 31. 3943. Monrovia Marvland at ^ tfce ^,° u ~ of 1I:30 °" clocfc a - TM- f i- ^ " ,^ ^ ^ , ^edsti all that valuab'e real estate for a license to sell On Sale oeer. situated at the Northwest comer of at premises known as ' North Market arid West Seventh WELCOMES IXN I S 11 " 0615 in ^id Frederick City, and r- TT- iT j T. j T, * ,,! improved with a lars;e three-storv Comer Fingerboard Road. Route 'O modem ^rick _dwel!ing house. Frederick County. Maryland " Xew Market District Jhe said license 10 as an Class B OX i license. which would ·the licensee to sell the Cab Yes iney Are On Zfepiav- Xow At Y CHHV. SALES. IXC. -rederick. Maryland EMMEET R. BOWLUS COU^TTRY HOMES Jefferson Blvd. at Braddock Heigh'is. i cordance with Chapter 2 of the Acts i of the General Assembly of Mary- i d will more fully appear. Possession to suit.' Tiis is a fine home and ideally Jj- 12 room frame, a!l modem, auto- land. Special Session of 1933. a n d ; City. ' " * F C e " C · woo'dsbor"/ good C °outouildines e all is on file in this office. Any excep- j TERMS OF SALE: Cash on day^f recently painted, ^xcellent condition, tions to the issuance of the license: orphans* Courtf *"° n erco * y filed with the undersigned | A deposit of ten per cent of t h e ' VALLEY STOCK FARM CHICK . HATCHERY copy ' fice of the License Commissioner. I Any hearing on application will I be held at the Court House Date will be given. « G. CLEVELAND TROUT. License Commissioner for Frederick Couniy, Md. . Other fine farms and country* pron- | Taxes and water rent will be ad- ; erties. city properties, small country justed to September 1. 1948. | home. Inquiie at this ofSc* Revenue stamps and costs of con- ! EMMERT R. BOWLUS veyancmg to be at the expense of thc j Real Estate--Insurance--Auctioneer purchaser T ..__ w . __ T _ 100 W. Church St. Frederick, Md. DA\ ID G. EVERHART. JR.. I Phone 885 Executor ! Salesmen Holden S Felton. Attorney Horace M 4!exandpr w T tr.7i» Emmert R. Bowlus. Auctioneer. i Phone 885 or 2274-W ~ Ihone 2399 EWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl

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