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Fredrick. Mi.. W*d»**4ar. Imly T4. l»«g Pleas For 1 Money *· JU3 Two Hordes Killed When Hit By Lightning Scattered t h u n d e r s h o w e r : brought nearly a half-inch of I Reuther Walks Oul Of j Measles Causes Dealli 1 Ford Wage Discussions I Of Bailiiuore Child July 13 !Pj Workers ·A CIO- threat Baltimore Colls To Train In Sun Vallej This season the sevea guards un- , EIGHT Dtt IX CRASH Baltiia ««». July 13 ,P-Th« 6rstj Baltimore. Julv 13 (JP-- W-'th the ..«!_ _ * _ l f » _ l A ' _ _ _ _ _ _ , . . . , ? _ . . _ " *^ T "·-*-** f c A * t der contract have a. combined poundage of 1,562, for an average of 223. San Salvador. El Salvador, July 13 OP)--Eight persons were killed and fourteen injured today in the collision of a passenger train and APFKOVEED a motor bus. The bus. full of The Orphans' Court on Tuesday! P*sseagers. was ea route to this I approved the first and final ac- i capital from Qobasco City. of * Baltimore child from ' Baltimore Colts just about bet t o 1 - i t - ^ ». Mo.or Co. was under- measles in more than two years! depart for their Sun ValJev Idaho t timed by union president Walter P. was reported by the Health Dep-. training grounds Coach Cecil Keuthet. who stalked out 01 wage artment today. - -two years ^.v, M .^ A 0 » during the week ended last' sua-d George X^G-oves °* ve " t;rdn ! Bernard Lee Feete. executors in J ~ ~ ' " ' ' -the estate of their late father! he Colts Charles H. Feete. of Brunswick.; PEOPLES FINANCE CO. ' K.L.ZEN1Z elso; ica fessional Fo the increased birth id. "in the next ce- irol'ment at its h:gh- i require provisions ?n more children, is a million more milho'is of ocltars." act. she added, is the e four-point Parent- and distributed I 034 v.-ere children under 3 ."""17 """ "'TM .":" ^.TM "eeaca -^^ The HeUth merited- full de- "This disease is especially dan- __ , . . mands." gerous to young children because ,, e *ai'«nre c.ub journeys sections reported light to T- ne UAW presider . t entered the of the complications which mav Wesl Monday. Coach Ist,e!l ex- GAME POSTPONED nesottattons Monday. develop, particularly in children ?f c l s _l° ff^f " p with a . w * !1 ' tra : n " .. The scheduj ed City £? W .* r ~ Th *y reported $3.674.82 in person- ! Modem *eU equipped Uwy. ana we aj ty $2.633 02. i t * urant gpeciaiiring in cisickea , *"" ' · fianncrs. Could Yam Cm 950.00 -- S150-00 -or icor* io cad help meet tb« ru* *t *cis ***** U «o. w« contJAU) lavit* row tbic invitation to caB «· t the money you oce£. PKOPLKS rfSASCF CO. 1) SorOs Court St {A ftoew anall Lou CoJ . · whcn Reuthe , tolk f , fa o. ebairxaa of Bradaock Heights- Some telephone , e , ica! windmill he ^ans^e a° e for the National Lnes were reported out of service not acwjing to t {, e uaion . s £ ' irom tfie Miadletown exchange. new oil (h. w.) beat- ! water system: liv'g. j i tiled bath. New ga- . rage cold storage refrigeration room. ' p. a ROOP Ford has offered an 11 to 14 cen: hourly wage increase, v.hsie the than thr «« years old." showers wjth little damage The seer promised cloudy and cooler weat'ier today. The temperature reached 87 de- union 15 d--and-i" a ' l 4 ~ c 4 n ' Jal precautions against grees Tuesday afternoon but the raise plus other ^^^ a m o u n t i n j ^-een their youngsters sllfii* .il2!THGJ*V JT»3GC 3* S^CJTH HlliCf) f/-.-in«-»*tnr. · - » · · * . . . · * «n»t *-L«i*a,I *^* s»_..: . w *. -T-U " - \ *^--- ·*-«*- io ano*ner !·» cents hot.er. The «v«-n, K ht_ ««n,_ T _ U m The union ha, threatened to Softball ed and scrapping squad, and also ' League game between" VFW and a^ 68 degree^ t w o sh.oxi.ers Tu«~dav afternoon The U. S S"3!!o:s a; Linden H:iK ,rsrr.--school educa- stayed v.e!! abov* os;e ai^J fsm:!y life, '' G. Pu".en. Jr. Mai y- s'jperhsrerideiu of addressed the open- sn aad echoed Dr. ess Present legates from Parent- .zat.or.s all c-ver the s:ered by rr.ki-after- » were consinR in as sessions drew to *· the mercury that figure ur.- 1;.' niorn.nc. v. - eE:her ob--er\-er here rc- STROUT REALTY. Ph. 158-J. 157 acre faru below Coven Corner. ... - . _. _, - room frame house, electric. l*rn T^zSJ? ! ^£ ««?· i««5r.«S*« ««· «r^^S ported 37 of an inch of rain in RESISTANCE STIFFENS Athens. Jufy !? ^--Greek army um;s met stubborn guerrilla fc ^^. il ..«, lv . . _____ had recorded 41 o: a;i nr.ch The st^tance todav as r«bel re»nftrc~- Wo!fsviHo - remained for later dis- rainfali was v/eJcomcd b\ gardeners meitts were thrown jnto the Gram- suspected of having measles Im- . !a ^ season rnunization also was sug»e:ted ' ^-Oits gridders fought and Bought - -- " ~ ' "out 'heir generally outweighed CHILD GIVEN C. A. S. l*ne crumbled and kept crumbling Tuesday Associate Judge Patrick ' A ' ith disagreeable resulti. -·1. Scisnauffer committed a two- Tne average weight of the Colts ; ' year-o!d boy to '.he Children's Aid 2 uar *s last year was 217 pounds. ' Socie;y Charges against the father. Earl Homer Kline, near an-i farmers. Court News Equity K!iKe is under SI.QOO bor«d KIO battle, tu-wi dispatches ^aid On an a£sault and battery charge, Despite She resistance, however but of /' cia!s indicated Tuesday that t h e ' ' the dispatches said · ht ' be c!lar S«'d with respondent forces continued to ad'vance s ' bi " ty for n«Rleci of the child. ' :n the southern central and south- rx "- u!t ' n S '" Tuesday's court action. ELECTRIC RtrRIGERATOR TROUELE? CALL EAST END GROCERY 1657 ANYTIME Commercial Domestic Franklin (*»*} Stockman 100 E. 6th St Elrctrical Appliances Repaired I. Au?un O Liddick. bill of co:r.p!a!i!t for a:i absolute civo:re Property Deeded \\ alter L Sh»p!ey and wife activities included a Charles F. Hoffman county. 510. John H. Poole to Chester O. Cas- wc'conicd to the ·. Geary f. Eppley. r.d director of s'.ud- sault was launched yesterday. i? club made up of s and a social eve- P er nnd W i f e - county. §10 BARRACKS INSPECTED Col Beverly Obtr. commandant to of State Police, made his annual ir^pecsion at Barracks B. Linden Hilli. o-» Tuesday. He also pre- .-ented marksmanship medals to t provided Charlotte E. Vernjilhon. ct a!, to officers any troopers, residents. Owen \V. Ascrs and wife, cours- ~ .------L_H E L E C T R I C A L W S R I N G Krsidrntial. Commercial ind Industrial FIXTURES OF ALL TYPES AND REPAIR WORK HARRY TINNEY 12 Hamilton Ave. Phone 1601 ~ouncn p: '?'5 schedule call- , '-'. S10 seminars en Qoop- ' Peter D. Herring and wife to ools with coHcges. Joseph M. Cordon and wife, coun rvice. -/isual educa- ty. S'O ind sociaj hygiene. ' Carl M. Cramer, et aS. to Earnest ion. parent educa- Shoemaker, county. S!0, and spiritual educa- i lunches. Moss plants sometimes form the e is expected to at- birthplace of streams, which start Top Soil and Flagstones BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY Stones for Roads and Driveways ALSO FILL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern. Phone 1614-J Dump Trucks for Hire HAROLD U. FRUSHOUR i -- -- -- _ -- _-_~w-,,-_ ^ ^ _ ^, . ' Do net hesitate to consult this ot- \ \ flr« on Fire. Automobile. Ceapeosa- · j troo or may other iosuraoe* matters ; | HAROLD O FRUSBOCIt \ \ ZS Welt Patrick St. i CTQS tifoher (socue *v»v for 3O sKeatiow aod perrBaaeBt pasture. Bal tillable. Onlv 57.300. Poo. on on before April 1st. 1949. P. B. EOOP Phone S5-J New Windsor. Mtt. MURRAY C. BOHN Phone I!55 le- Md DAVID O. GRIFFIN ! 53-A. 6-rooaa fraaae house, electric. j water at house barn, all bldgs. un"der metal roof, fair repair, some tua- 1 ber. good nieadow. 2nd. grade dairy. _'half hsy crop and 2 acres tomatoes !go with farm, early possession. Owiag , io age and sickness '*'·« place has been reduced for quick sale to only $6.500. -1 e round tables. :Dona!d. u-or!d c:ti- an of the National fie principal speaker oon's genera! con- :e closes with F:mi- inars and another Lirsday. LL FREED . Jufy 13 i*,--Field r Von Brauchstsch. der-in-chief of the [ v.-as discharged to- ·ar prisoner. Ho to begin a trip back out a tiny rivulets seeping from a husc bea of nsotb Farm Pumps Installed And Repaired Pipe Fitting: CARTER L. REID Phone Braddock Kgts. 6271 TER SNOW METR13T J -- Glasses Fitted et St. Phone S35 New Case Machinery V A O Tractors HEAVY DUTY Disc Harrows LOW-WHEEL Rubber-tired Wagons 2-BOTTOM Tractor Plows » BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St I'hone 1423 III «\ PHAR^I/\ Y iccessor To Pearre's Drug Start Prescription Service TELEPHONE 208 atches Diamonds welry and Silverware !Ts Jewelry Store H MARKET ST. FREDERICK. MD. HOUSE ! PAINT J U U I -f ?rfain/y Does Last 1863 ^ 194S Eighty - fire colorful yean of qualify EN G. QUYNN CO. PATRICK ST. PHONE 19 rkt*ll Phone 202 FOR SALE Dairy Farm 235 Acres Located on State road U. S. 15 about 5 miles North of Frederick Md. 40 cow dairy barn--Washington Market--2 silos and other adequate farm bu»ldin Ks . All tillable land can h^ farmed xvith tractor. 60 acres of blue grass meadow-land, large shaded stream runtime Ihrou^h farm. Other improvements ar^-IUortern brick nians.on home. M rooms, bath, slate roof, oil heat. Beautifully landscaped Tenant house. 6 rooms, electricity. ru nn inc K a t e r ,J k.tchen. This is one of the best farms in Frederick Countv Very reasonably priced, and owner will finance. M. D. HARP REAL ESTATE AGENCY Phythian Castle Building Frederick, Maryland Phone 729 GORDON SPURRIER. Kroker Res. Phone 5-U-M HOWARD S. FINK. Rep. Res. Phone 2239-J FARMS FOR SALE 7 miles from Frederick--100 Acres 30 acres of virgin timber. Splendid S rm. modern brick house and o rm. brick tenant house. 18,000.00 4 miles from Frederick--170 Acres 120 acres cleared, stocked fish pond. 80,000 board feet of timber--30 acres corn---well limed this season--7 rm. asbestos shingled frame house--75 ft. bank barn. Tractor and equip, can be purchased with farm--also new- pick-up truck. Immediate possession. 16.000.00 S. ZEILER 102 North Court St. REAL ESTATE AXD INSURANCE Frederick, Md. ILIC SALE OF VALUABLE APARTMENT BUILDING AND ADJACENT LAND IN FREDERICK CITV The andersicncd. Executor of the Last Will and Testament of G. Nevin Rebert. late of Frederick'County. Marvland. bv virtue 01 Jic power and authority contained in the Last" Will and Testa mcnt of the said G. Nevin Kebcrt. deceased, and an order of "the loTs -n £ UI V f Frcdcrick County. Maryland, dated June 14. 1J4), will offer for *ale on the premises at 1005 Mottcr \vcnuc in Frcdcrick City. Frederick County, Marj land, on SATURDAY, JULY 17.1948 AT 10:00 A. M. (D. S. T.) four acres, three roods and thirty-six square perches of land more or le». together with the b«»din 5 .s and improvements thcTM«£ located on the West s,de of Motter Avenne in Frederick Citv and County Maryland, known as 1005 Motter Avenue of which G Nevin Rebert d.cd seized and possessed, by virtue of a Deed from «TM 5°: ^^.l 1 . 1 ": ExCCH . tor o' the La_st Wi» and Testament of I J M. f - » - - - - - - - - - « * - j » v ^*K«k41I.Vlli. IH el A. Lewis, deceased, io G. Nevin Rebert and Naomi S t, his wife, (the said Naomi S. Kebert bavin? predeceased the said G. Nevin Rebert), which Deed is dated the 6th dav of -lay. ISi,. and recorded in Liber 407. Folio ISZ. one of the Land Records for Frederick County. d This property is surrounded on three sides bv certain lands owned by Hood College ,nd faces Staley Park. It Is improved bv a large modern apartment dwelJinjr contalnins six apartments five of wh.ch are now rented, the gross rentals from these five amonr. - «"V« "' e S= " ° f S305 -°° P rr mcnth: the sixth apartment is the first floor apartment formrrlj occupied hy the owner and has been reserved from rental by the undersigned for occupancv bv the new owner or for rental hy such new owner. The five apartments now rented are well fa-Wished each apartment bcin? equipped nith an electric stove and an electric rcfritrerator and other furnishing neccssarv f,, r the r-ntin- of n^fc * a ,f arime " te - '» -Wition. » new .momat.'c oi? heaiinc plant had been recently installed bv : nc owner W h ,cn cheaply and efficiently and JI,c entire propertv offers investment pov?;b;;u;es. " adveriiscmcnt hv For tor conclusion of the sale t.f the real estate, there will be rn7,TMf~^ anr sto^e used by the owner in his occupancy of the first floor i few other miscellaneous items of pcr- owner in connection with the premises. ,. , f r ""-formation contact the cndersi^ned at IP -sn, -i, Market Street. Frederick. Maryland, telephone IKv ' h PHILIP NEYIN REBERT, XfLL and NTT.L. Anotion-crs ' Executor ROBERT E. CLAPP. .IR . A'tornev FIVE-PIECE METAL DINETTE SETS $ 59.95 up PRESSURE COOKERS 3-quart, $11.95 4-quart, S12.95 PRESSURE CANNERS 5-quart, §18.95 7-quart, $19.85 21-quart; $22.95 Storm Shipley Market Second Sts. Phone 266 FOR SALE New 6 room houses with all modern conveniences. Immediate possession. Can be financed. Apply CURTIS W.THOMAS 310 Jefferson Street Phone 2144-J ( WHEN WILL YOU BE SUED? i At any time you may be the de- Owner de«ires quick sale | fendant in a liability sui'. ·£ some- c f one ss injured on jour residence I i presnises or thru your participation j I in any sport activity or game. Ask: i i about Comprehensive Persona! Lia-; I bihty Insurance. Low cost for this ! · modern protection. MURRAY C. BOHN Real Estat* Phone Onion Sridce. Md_ 9-J DAVID O. GRIFFIN INSURANCE 27 X. Court St. Phone 6OO G. H. MERCER SON'S 4 room i heat, immediate I 6 room modern" brick dwg. in West- J t, e l t ' crn section, hardwood fioors. steam \~ ~*" I with stoker, cement basement, garage, i HARRY E. MOHLER 9 ^ " ""' "" " ' '~ "·· 1 "«^--^»'--*i -i.i ·, i · 6 room bricJc house in good condition. bath, furnace, about 4 blocks frosa . cemer of town. Eariv poss. i 6 room semi-brick" bungalow, h. ve I Sdors. garage, steam heat, tile bath. I concrete basement. r. section of town. ; steam heat, hardwood floors, cesnent ^ i basement. 3 miles from Frederick, i K-a, ,,'" jr 0 ??" 1 ! ^TM e _?«'"se. i l^f^S-ZJ!^ ,,. m modern bungalow, steam w.^floors. Immediate poss. house. 4 room h. w. floors. POSE. o room modern frame house, steanx itents. PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL AXD PERSONAL PROPERTY Intending to discontinue housekeep- I $7.500 . ) 33 acres. 4 miles west of city. 7 · j room dwelling. Immediate poss. S3.- i j 000. , GRAYSON H. MERCER SONS ing. I shall offer at public sale on my property located 2 miles north of Rocky Ridge on the Rocfcv Ridge- Real Estate Loans Pythian Castle Bldg. Insurance Phone 537 HOWARD A. GROSS FOR SALE . 2,. ma . at 12:00 noon (Daylight Time) the fol- \ s lowing personal property: 2 complete bedroom suites. 2 beds. 8 room, frame. s!-^e roof, modern dweJmg. \-.-eJl cons-..acted, beautiful j lawn, comer lot in residential section | NOAH E. CRAMER SON °£lTM^TM*,f n - ^ *««« » Fred Age and lealih is onlj- reason CITY H05EES FOH SALE : for selling dood purchase. I S-,, extension tab.ean^-c^rs^ j Xo^ TSt ] ^^^^^^^ antique sl.-b-bottom chairs. 6 antique I for "a quick sale i estate D_ sure to consult , cane-seated chairs. 1 cnina .'oset, 1 Eigfat mom br , ck dwe!Ung . o£I heat . bath. West Third Street. Immediate possession, owner changing residence. ELASTIC HOSIERY try tl Iron f.-.ih. live rubber and ih« btir quality of iHfc and iinen rnaleritli. Ev.ry pi« c . of Bet'.ic Hosiery jold in our jlo.-u h manufec- h;r«d elpecially far ai. «mier cur own sp«ctftc4- *ion*. and carries ocr Guarantee of quality and * fUfactorf service. 3tir comple^e stock of S i a m i e s s or Seamed Hosfery cocsists of: Aal! feis. Knee Caps. Leg;in!}t and SarierSfociinsi. etc., Lin the differcnf grade, of 'silk and linen. Eipert- ·nced ntien always co dsify- No charge for ccn- sultalion and f i j f i n g s . Keasonabia prices. ELASTIC HOS1EPY NON-SKiO S?OT PAD TRUSSES ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS SHOULCSl BRACES WILLIAMSON'S Drug Store antique sideboard. 1 uoholstered Uv- ing room suite, upright "piano, in good condition: marble-top table, antique chest of drawers, handmade antique' Modern residence, six rooms, oil · Phone 877 j cherry wardrobe, sex-.-mg machine, ice- I neat, h a r d w o o d floors. Garage. { box. kerosene-burning heater, coal j Grounds landscaped with lovely j -: 1 stove, wood-burning kitchen 'range. ! shrubbery and treas. Owner leaving! M rj j kitchen tables, occasional tables, rugs · city. Early possession. Western sec- i -^__^^_i~. i and_ linoleum, rockers, dishes and i tion. i cooking utensils, garden plow and ! other garden tools, lawn chairs, ghd- i F ° r further particulars, apply: , er. many hand and mechanic's" tools I I and many other articles too numerous j XOAH E. CRAMER SON i to TM4? ention - i Realtors , TERMS OF SALS--Cash. Xo goods I 1 14 N - Court St . to be removed until settled for - »-ourt Sv. I REAI, ESTATE .- · At the same time the undersigned ! will offer at puhllc auction on the | premises, the propertv consisting of i 40 acres of land. 15 acres of which J AU^HXISTRATOR'S NOTICE are desirable woodland, the remain- ! This is to give notice that the sub- i der in a good state of cultivation I scriber has obtained from the Or- | The land is i " " room frame house and all necessary j HOWARD A. GROSS Realtor 9 Court St. Frederick Frederick. Md. - mdrn. X. W. Section. ! BL\V. a. Tile bath, full concrete cellar, laundry tubs. G. I. App. Early poss. 6 rm. mdm. Brick d-fell. Located within easy access to stores. Interior exterior in fine condition. Earlv poss. Price S7.800.00. 6 rm. modern single dwelling. X.W. . fireplace. Early s. Price S13.500.00. c v a o n 8 rm - dwell, located 3 mi. from improved with an ei"ht- I phans Court of rreJenclc County · Frederick- Suitable for 2 familv oc- house and all necessarv \ in Maryland letters of Administration i cupancy. i acre land. 200 ft. frontage outbuildings. The house is eouipped ! on ^e °^raie of i on RL - 40 - ideal business location. with xslectricity and water is obtained I VIRGINIA H. TURNER j I « acres--4-bedroom mdm dwel- from 3 deep artesian well, eonven- ' '*te 01 Freder:cR County Maryland- j ling, fronting on State highway just I lently located. i deceased. All persons having claims ! 5 miles from Frederick. Stoker heat. i Possession of the above premises ' against the deceased are warned to j *j interior of home in beautiful con- I August 1st with the exception of grow- j exhibit the same, with the vouchers, '· cation 2 car garage, bam and all out- I ing crops, the rights to which are ! thereof legally authenticated, to the j buildings in fine condition. Immed. j reserved until gathered. | subscriber, on or before the 17'.^ day poss. Priced to sell. I A cash deposit of S500 00 is re- ! "' January. 1949 next the./ may i - fpvr room dwellings located just j quired on day of sale. All costs of '· otherwise oy law be excluded from ' 3 miles from Frederick. Both owners j conveyancing to be borne bv purchas- ! all benefit ot said estate Those in- i must move to other locations. Both er. debted to the dceased ar desired to nroperties oriced for ui -- j MRS. W. P. SMITH Barry Trout. Auct. debted to the deceased are desired to | D £°P* !rt ' eE . priced for quick sal make immediate payment -- - -- I S3.100 and S2.000. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY The undersigned warehouseman in compliance with Section 33 of Article | 14 A of the Code of Public General j Given under my hand this 15th day " j of June. 1948. ! DAVID E. KANODE. i Administrator · Holden S. Felton. Attomev. dJe 16.23.30-Jy 7.14 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE T .^ .furnish us with a simple facts--tell us hoxv · much to set aside for you. · The money most likely j ·will be ready for you by; the time it will take you · to reach our office. · §25.00 to S300-00 · LINCOLN L O A N S E R V I C E ' N C IOS W PaSricfc St. Phone 1370 goods of the named owners on · THURSDAY. JULY 29TH. j at 7:00 o'clock P. M (D.ST.), at its warehouse on the North side of U S i l a t e ot FreQericfc County. Maryland. de- Route 340 just East of Petersvflle 1 cea sed. All persons having claims Frederick Countv. State of Marvland' i a sainst the deceased are wanted to es as follows: " ' i hibit the same, with the voucher M. D HARP AGENCY Pythian Castle Building Phone 729 Gordon W Spurrier--Broker Hou-ard S. Fink--Rep. RALPH W. BOYER Modem brick dwelling on Military , 5 oad CJose to entrance to CanTM Maryland, letters Testamentary on the i Detrick and near citv has - 5 rooms estate of - and bath first floor. 3" rooms and bath apt 2nd floor with private entrance Annual income from apt. SSOO. A new privately built home and good invest- ADDIE V. HABERKORN FOR TEE ACCOUNT OF MRS. WILLIAM ON | thereof legally authenticated chers to the raent. i subscriber, on or before the 17th day Apartment houses on W. Pat. St. S Market St- and E. 2nd Street. stands. S boxes. 2 small chair= 2 brooms. 4 stands. 1 chair. 1 mirror, i 3 mattresses. 2 Ig. chairs. 1 bundle i bea slats. 6 bed rails. 1 davenport FOR THE ACCOUNT OF ARNOLD PFIEFER Six chairs. 1 buffet, i china closet, 1 table. FOR THE ACCOUNT OF MRS. JOHN RIDENOUR mediate payment- Given under my hand this 15th day o£ June. 1948. PAKSOXS SEWMAX. . Vn , v Esecator. ; Parsons Xe-aTtian. Attomev. dJe 16.23,30-Jv 7.14 BOYER INSURANCE AGENCY Frederick Representative For Murray C- Sohn Court St. Tele. 2214 This is to give notice that the sub- 1 lamp clobe. 1 crock. 1 server 1 I '· table. 1 dj»v =r .p3rl. : buck sa-.v. table '· , legs. 2 larr.o shades. 2 bed rails 1 ' Eas stove. 2 wardrobes. 1 sccretarv - I deceased All persons having claims j against the deceasec are warced to j exhibit the same, with the vouchers '. thereof, legally authenticated, to the ; , top broken. 1 l-n~d ~m~at~i ch^a'ciole- 1 s " bs ? ribcr - OI » ° r before the 24th day t ' 2 bucket. 1 rocker? bed sl?l i b u ! : ° f . Ja «« ar -- _*9*t next; they may ba T " ~ " I mat- dining bundle baskets. 2 bed ends. 1 spring 1 tress. 3 !g. mirrors B O i room table. ! plaster board. 1 screens. 3 paper basket. 1 , 9 straight chs. 1 broken: l radio. 1 sideboard. 1 utility cabinet. I too for sideboard. 4 metal chairs. 1 vanitr. 1 clothes hampe;. 2 coffee tables. ~4 stands, 1 arm chair. I k;tchen stool 2 dressers. 1 kitchen table. 2 tubs. 2 lard C.TSS. i flower basket 1 whatnot. 2 small pc. marble. 1 broken; i vanity otherwise dy law Oe excluded from ail benefit of said estate Those indebted to the deceased are desired to make June. JOSEPH H. this 22nd day SCHMITT. ! Executor. ! elec. FOR THE ACCOUNT OF FORNEY SHUL.TZ Or.e bureau, i trur.k. 2 cane seat chair*. ; box clothes. 1 chest drawers. : bed spring a^d mattress, l basket di?he^. 2 pictures. FOR THE ACCOUNT OF _.,_j, W ', I V- HX ?? I g S ' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE This us to eive notice thai the subscriber has obtained from the Ornnans -, ^^... i «-.ndow screen, 1 metal frame J chair. 1 doll · Court 01 Frederick County, in Maryland, letters of Administration oil the estate of CLARENCE A. JOHXSTOX late o: Frederick County ruarviand. deceased All persons having claims . against the deceased are warned to exhibit me sarae^ with the vouchers = ! thereof, legallv authenticated to the screen subscriber, on or before the 24- h dr.v IT WILL PAY YOU on Genuine Chevrolet ·whenever repairs are made on your Chevrolet car or truck. Genuine parts always fit right and insure maxium performance. AVe use only genuine Cievro- let parts in our service dept. Let Key Care for Yo-Jf Car! . " KEY CHEVSOLET SALES, INC.. 106 £. Patrick St Phone 707 S'- 1 COCXTHV H05ISS Blvd. at Braddock Heights, *'- iex-ation and valley view. Jefferson Blvd. e Mffs F«trr Sprarsnt Nttd--Ei« 10 Use-l-ch: \\e:chr--Pot*e::uJ--Sitr.plc* Ccnstnac- oon--Ncn Cloconp. T"ir \-rmrrairr his ro tan'K Ju« pijcc ihe h*^^r in thf spra* jolunon. operate ihe hand ^;ce^e and \ou d^cJop o^er 100 pounds prtwjrt Non-t:cjt;r!C no::!r his f-\e c-Sci- cn: j;::.r.CT. (We of i»hii.h ».M t!;ro« the T-ar 51 («:. \\ eichrcd juraon ftid conraro- nc v.-ecn k«os ho« i-jfacr«j;ci and ap:a:d To''j;ion. Fisiir r!canrd Cac ' a:*o be u*cd for mhircwashinc. c-towrrrs, spraiir.s fititn*, shruhi, ;rc«. !a*ns a^d ficn:- :-!5 "P3U nrtt. FVERY POL'L- TRV KAISER AND FARMER SHOLLD HAVE ONE. " 3EUVCHBJ cook boards. 1 bed. 3 bunch d ; sh pans. 1 tea kettle. 1 \ foot stool 2 ba. baskets. 3 bags and j con:er.ts. 1 day bed. 3 anrj chair. 1 i chiid's desk. 1 doil basket. 1 TT.O-O. 1 ext. tab7e. 3 bundle^ bcddine. l Hca- , :rol.-! 1 oil stove. 2 o:l heater?. 1 , ciolhs 1 ^ rack. 1 flower stand 1 rocker. ' 2 wash stands. mirrors 2 ma-t-esse-;. · 4 chairs 4 bundles CiOthins:. 4 boxes 2 foath'cr ticks. 2 rockcrT. 2 metal can l iivsnc room suite. 3 bed soring? 1 vimtv mirror 1 picture. 2 to the deceased are desired to make immediate oayment Given lander my hand garage Dwelling papered and paint; t? ^-er:or in past yea.. Loi 80x20O EDWARD C. JOHXSTOX. Administrator Richard c. Zimmerman. Attorney dJe 23.30- Jy 7.14.21 spection. TM'£L U «?^J 1 £ rne , ° n Hoa{ e 240. seven iS Si£?^ .^syj: wardrobes 3 beds ' ave obtained from the Or- Court of Frederick Countv. metal · MwrlanAleite^ T«temenu£ ?£ 'the estate c-f CHARLES W. KREGLO late ol FredencR _ _ deceased All persons having claims , against the deceased are warned to ec- j hibit the same, with the vouchers ARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY 100 WEST SOUTH ST. ·dcrick, Md. Phone -139 ··*. 2 trunks, l radio. 5 kitchen cabinet. 1 ruff. 1 bt:nnif ru^s. 1 dresser. ' 1 washstand 20 pictures 1 whatnot. 2 xeneSiPn blinds. 1 antique chair. ! 1 vanity. 2 dressers ; FOR THE ACCOUNT OF | REV. R. A. McCASMACK j thereof legallv aathenticated ?o the ' m ; One desk. 2 glass shades, l bureau ; subscribers, on or before the 8th dsv ' BI j and mirror. 5 large boxes books. 2 of February. 3949 next: they mav ' stands. 2 shelx-e boards. 1 floor lamp otherwise D law oe excluded !rom all * n 4L shade - 4 Iwokcases. j benefit of said estate Those indebted TERMS OF SALF,- CASH. to the deceased are desired to make ALL GOODS MVST BE REMOVED I immediate pavment FROM ,THF PREMISES AT THE . Given under our h3 | CLOSE f*- THE SALF I BOYER TR^NV "ORTATIOX 1 COM^iNY IXC . WAREHOUSEMAN' Emmert R Bowius, Auctioneer. R. L. Kelly, Clerk, m » 1 * : L r0 £ m . frs ! mt ' a11 mo dem. auto- mat.ic nea*. m coun tr v home a-t Woodsboro. good outbuildings excellent ' - « n - l v · all and FARM iliddletown Val- fine timber, balance cultiva " n a l e - ' l this 6th d* of Julx-. 1P4S CARRIE O. BOFTX. MARY E. GROSSNICKLE and FANNIE L. KINTZ ^f ^-Insurance--Auctioneer . Church St. Frederick, Md. Phone 833 I Be Next 1 ^ew York. sibility of an prices was ru: today as the auctioning of co crop. Cigarette increased the a. pack since cent increase sand--about is October. 3 Industry sx iicaliy every the cost of pr has increased One deter crease, some sibility that Ji:ce cigsret: But they ststes and s* halting recor WOMEN'S I. IV omen's Lea with the pre Bamsburg re Native Land. "America" ar Motto." The devot the reciting in unison sn -Happy Bi *.'rs. Glenn Atkins and Plans wer with the "foe held on Sa ?.Iotor Compz proceeds will of the Utica been consid ceritly. Merr are. Mrs. Cn Paul Buhr Snook. Mrs. Lydia Lamb; airs. David ' Bell. ?Irs. ] Ksnneth Lea The sunsh be mailed b;. 3-IrE. Evelyn liam Shcerrs: The peddl; J. SI. En5le and r.Iiss Sy The guess Earl Fulmar Paul Buhrrn Miss Sylvi enjoyable ] Singing "Ar Our Fathers. Flag" and s Banner." A Pass This V.' portion of guessing gar Tools." a si song "God E Refreshme hostess Mrs meetin.2 of . at the home Stuii. S Old-fashio preserved ir for the last up some of IT. S. Na pedition. 11.2 Refr For the bi aosne- Ha locker, snp 1 Crispers, Snper-Po-w AI-SO O1 O.F. 103-1 f KWSPAPERl WSPAPERi

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