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KCWB, rrcfertdk. MA, Staffer. j«i y 17. f Cow Testing Report A The foUowin* is the t-Mtni-t for n»irv H foUowinf is the report for Dairy Herd Improvement As- Kit. 2 in Carroll county lor the month of June. Merlin Shanfc, supervisor. FIVE MICH HEKOS POK JfXE Breed RH RH RH Total Cows 43 14 23 Johny S- Bushey Sent RJ 15 Hubert Null RGH 23 TEX HIGH COWS Breed RH GG RH RH RJ Fairhaven No. 1 Prank E. Hull Logwood Farm Fairhaven No. 1 No. 20 Dr. W. Glen Speicher Msndy Fairhaven No. 1 No. 29 Logwood Farm Farewell John S. Bushey Son B98 Average Milk 1161 1095 1019 605 1035 Route, Of Farm Tour FARMERS TOUR '48 FRIDAY .JULY 21 TO CHAMBERSBURG- ·*su Logwood Farm Mistress Posch Vemon A. Mathias Hosabell Earl D. Beard Darling Fairhaven No. 1 No. 24 Dr. \V, Glen Speicher Sucker ·24 days ILEITERSBUR TOUR STARTS 5 30A M (o.5.t) STOCHSLAGER FARM HAGERSTOWN SECOND STOP 10 45 A M.(PS.T) ·HARSHMAN FARM .5.40 (ALT.) MOXTGOMEKY COUNTY D.H.LA. June. 1948 FIVE HIGH HERDS among j j .Raymond Kemp 23 GH 375 taenise'.ves as to which is she ideal. ! i»e«-hle Kine KI r-wx r~ fee perfect, vacation-their idea H H Carter Reporter's Quiz Local residents dsiTer of whai constitutes such. One de- : voted entirely to sightseeing has a i certain amount of support. But | there are others who would prefer S » M « J"/* *"' one given over to fishing only and,".... f kless * r others to hunting. Still others prefer a vacation given over entirely , " · to rest and relaxation. , ! ~Six residents or the city and · *· **· county interviewed at random ! ,, . _ . . ,, gave the following answers to the. "· H - Carter following question- j *^- "· Fry What is your idea of a perfect' A1Iie Messer , vacation? jJ- M. Howe The answers: J - Raymond Kemp ' Charles Clark. Thurmont: My i J - Raymond Kemp Idea is a nice period of relaxation Merhle King . when you can do just those little i Ward Brosl things you like to do." |T. M. Garrett M. Folia. Thurmont: "I feel that; T. M. Garrett . a perfect vacation would be a nice j W. Ralph Beall period of relaxation with the en- j VV. Ralph Beall joyment of complete peace of i T. M. Anderson . mind and no worry at all." !T. M. Anderson LeRoy Barrick. LeGore: "A per- j T. M. Anderson " feet vacation, to my way of think- j T. M. Anderson . ing. would consist of time spent j W. L. King - filorjg a quiet stream where there j W. L. Kin THIRDSTOP200PM.(P KING FARM TO HARPERS FERRY* Grange Netct Lewistown Grant e held a water* melon party July 8 at the home of Charles Putman in lieu of the regular meetinf. About fifty members and friends of the grange attended and enjoyed, - the social event At the close of the"'meeting several melons were awarded. Tire next meeting will be held ·' July 22.' \ ermelon festival is held August 12 at the home of Mr. and Mr*. John Stiles. In the Lecturer's hour coua- ty deputy Earl Renuburg instructed in the ritualistic work of the grange. He was assisted in the demonstration by L. H. Crickenberger and Bruce Crum, master of Glade Valley Grange. t Baltimore. July 16 Cff-- Robert enc* in the House of Correction today because "I might get it in Ay head to run away." Judge John T. Tucker (ranted his request. Cavanaugh w a s charged with stealing a radio and a clock in a house burglary. The Queen Mary. trans-Atlan- tic liner, has 12 decks, of which I Cavanaugh. 51. asked for a two- : Carroll Manor Grange met re- ] y«*r instead of a one-year sent- j ' cently in regular session with Mas- the main deck is 730 feet long. P. B. HOOP DELBERT S. NULL HOUSES 1 *cre improved with 4-r£om di ling, electricity, well water, all dry outbuilding*, located AMr of Bocks. Priced to stli- S-room modern frame home, hard-1 wood floors, could be u*ed for tw«l Located in Brunswick. M4.I Point! i ter Earl Remsburg presiding. A j i report on the progress of the com- ! | munity service project was made; j by the chairman. The master dis- j j cussed the coming Conservation' j Field Day August 13. followed by j ! a showing of a movie made at a . PUBLIC SALES too well water, front and side porch- jes. concrete walks, nice lawn, chicken | and brooder houses, garafe. etc. This : house and buildings tars all nicelv i painted with good metal roofs. PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Conducted bv Null and Null Auctioneers j Due to the. death of my husband : ri*fct along Route 26 between! ir-! ville and 67xl«7--Wect Second Street, city. 75x187--Upper College Ter, city. . 59x132--Corner of Ninth and Motttrf «·'*.. city. 90x110--Braddock Height*. Vd. DELBEHT S. NUIO. » Auctioneer ^_ I Beat Estate Insurance! j2« W. Patrick St * FhOM 11951 1 acre. 6-room frame house, electric. MURRAY C. BOHN 53-A. 6-room frame house, electric.! at bouse barn, all bides, ua-l *·*« · I Action" was also shown, both by i » » 4 j-\ . -J-* i v--A.fcj - j ,*, . J V - J L * i ·'*. iif 1 * Upton Qulnn. At tr,e next meeting. , beginning at 1 o'clock P J4, · which will be held on the play- i "** following to-«it: ground, the Boys' and Girls' 4-H Mll1 ,. n ? r ^ w «« P , '" Clubs will have charge of the program. A weiner roast will be extension table. 4 rockers. 1 Morris held at this time , chair, several stands. 1 new electric iron, 1 oil stove baker, several tables. P. B. HOOP Phone 85-J New Windsor. Md. DAVID O. GRIFFIN | go with farm, early possession. Owing! | to age and sickness this place has been I ! reduced for quick sale to only $«,500. | i Owner desires quick sale. Market MarKei rr*»t -f »h» met at the ·and benches. 2 rugs, lot of, scat- | ter rugs, any amount of quills, blank- · 11URHAY BOHX s w e e r t « F,r m * W FERE INSURANCE . . , _ . ... . -- - ·--«*--· ·--~-r ·""viAjis. vs. *{i#jjv. c.*i4uuL- - Now 2core tiiazi ever you need ade- i nail July !·. with thirty members'e«. pillows, spreads, linens, etc.. lot qiat* fire insurance because fire in-f j and three visitors ^resent. During of Pictures, home made soap, glass ? surance replacement values are up ' I the business session. Charlotte tTM 1 .}^??* 0 ?!. «^. wa ^ a ?*_«**- I }'?.?f. PTM***.?*"* cannot be pu£ ! chairman of a special creational committee. reported ', that arrangements had been made! , ing utensils. Any amount of garden ' away and forgotten witsout risk of'. re- j tools. Attend this sale. . serious financial loss. To avoid T*m Seal Ectata Pbon« Union Bridge. MS_ 9-3 R. L. ZENTZ TERMS--CASH. MRS. VIRGIE E. WACHTER. j for New Market to meet with Med- ] John w. Null and Owner. } I ford Grange for a picnic at the · Delbert S. Null. Auctioneers. I j park in Mt. Airy on August 22. ': H - M - Alexander. Cleri^ . ! j The Grange will also enjoy an-, ~~ | other outing when its annual wai- -, . : loss, consult us today. 27 S. Court St. Phone 600 is good fishing." H. E. Harris, 35 East Fifth street: , "Acccrding to my way of thinking King H. Ladson H. Ladson Sivecpstakes Mar Farm a perfect vacation would be a hunting trip taken the middle of i =· c \V-OIL-: Koveinber." J B ^; ,,*,,*, , Charles C. Anglebcrger. Wash- T' *' ?TM dl « · jngtoa pike: "My i-lea would be a ' RG RH RJ RH GH GH CH GBrS GG GG RG RG GH GJ RJ RJ GH GH RA GH GH RA 60.0 1 * farm tour scheduled for , starting at 9.30 a. m. DST the 6 1 2 r next Friday, July 23. is expected ' visiting farmers will see the oper- 71.0 to draw hundreds of farmers from ; ation of equipment used in the Maryland. Pennsylvania. Virginia moving, storaging. processing dry- NOTICES , By virtue of the power of sale eon: tamed in the last Will and Testament PEOPLES FINANCE CO. ATTENTION! HETIRJNG FARiBCRS We have to offer vou within short | walk of stores school at iohnsvi!!*' a very fine property of nearly an acre. J Large garden space, nice pasture lot in alfalfa, plenty fruit, grand shaded lawn. Lovely 7-rooin home in excellent condition with dec. i new water system. nice porches, beautiful views. 2 Loans can be obtained here by both P 0 " 1 *^ houses (one new wJth piped »·"* -»ns4 *K*I^*V* A*-! -;«*1o ~ _ : i i VT2tC!Ti_ dCat !UITim»r Jt- ViAv KfS*»c*«- pen--and wom«as--single or married, j meat, summer hog houses. of Nannie Groff. late of Frederick | »a all types of employment and all I Sarage. etc. Well fenced. Everything . CounSy. Maryland, deceased, and an : walks of life. neat t nicely painted. Must be seen , and Wcst Y ir 8' n ' a to see practical . ing of grains. " NOTICE ZONING Conforming to Section 31. Article of June. _ m8."" the undersigned" Ex- { 1}' paS-menEs~inay~receTve sT loan' here" * REALT1 Y- exclusive brokers. Taney- . _ -- - - -- Anyone past twentv-i. ._ -. - , --LZ-- -; Order of the Orphans' Court of Fred- , one with regular income and the i °* a PP f eciated. For quick sale at enck County, passed on the 14th day ability to make monthly, semi-month- ' ^ )0 9^S ontac ' c R .- **· Zentx STROUT | XX title "Zoning" of the Frederick ' e=uar will sell at public auction at j demonstrations of farm equipment j Moving on to the Harshman 1 £l ty Code - sh:s ls to « ive notice that: ^ e . Cou " House in Frederick City, j as mrrf nn t.i-r. \Vochir.«» n n 1.. 'f-,.- m ^i^« :,, »',,,,!.:,,,, ... .. i The Mayor and Aldermen will hold a ; - r e o e r i c K L o u n t y . Maryland, on j So far as can be determined this be given a d -monstration of new:i h l r d , a f°S- c ' ty Hal1 - fi~* f* 74 3 I as used on two Washington county ' farm also in Washington county at I public^n^eetinTaf 7.00 P M Wednes- . 60 7 i an 5 One Fredc " ck county farms. 10:45 a. m. DST the group will i day. July 21. ISMS, in the Board Room. '. a t 600J 69.5 62.8 645 606 6J.5 733 65.8 SATURDAY. JULY 31. 1948 _, »e hour of liao o'clock a. m. Frederick. ; »*dstl all that valuable real estate j 67.0 755 730 PEOPLES FINANCE CO. Phone 1-573 11 North Court St. (A home small loan Company) HAROLD U.IFRUSHOL?^ Do not hesitate to consult this of- town. Md. Ph. 153-J. HARRY E. MOHLER 6 room brick house in good condition, bath, furnace, about 4 blocks from center of town. Early poss. 6 room semi-brick bungalow, h. w. floors, garage, steam heat, tile bath, concrete basement. N. section of town. Quick poss. 4 room modern bungalow, stezm heat. h. w. floors. Immediate poss. : , The original tour, three years, pean corn borer and Japanese i Business Use. ago. grew out of the desire of j beetle will be demonstrated. arca many farmers to see new jjiethods j The entire program was devel- "?* rt -j L J* «··»-«-- , A uv. *,iib u t*i Ufiinui v» »i^ ucvtrl- In ^ ? machines in actual practical , oped by a committee of farmers n^ ' fS rm r operat ' on . Md to - alk with I composed of Uvo representatives ight. "B" Area to · - ~ 45 foot Height. "3" : Croft", his sister, as joint tenants (the · said David Grqff having predeceased The area under consideration: Be- i his sister. Nannie Groff* by deed dated ing all of Block 13 as shown on plat of the Frederick City Marm . . - - . luring and Development Company's : Land Records of Frederick County. : ae- s 3».ci, _-hutnzic t^rom oy aeea aatea i the I September 30. 1926. and recorded in ufac- l Liber No. 360. folio 64. oat of the I period divided about equally be- j CARROLL. COUNTY - tween hunting and fishing" j The folloxving" : -A^^S'S^^tf."-?*--^^ ""· sight-seeing trip." - Issues Weekly Grain [ Market Report In Mel. Maryland harvest is well under j - way and grain is now moving to j F - Parish ' market As a help to producers ' A - J - H ° ff 35 J who are looking for information ! Mf s- H. B. Getty 26 Washington county | Shoemaker. on Fire. Automobile. Compensa- ! 8 room modern apt. house. 4 room or any other Insurance matters, i ant * bath on each floor, h. w. floors. concrete basement. Quick poss. 5 room modern frame house, steam heat, garage. N. section. Early pos». Green house property and contents, well established business, well located' in Frederick. Immediate poss. HARRY E. MOHLER Real Estate ! 113 East Third St. Phone 2074 HAHOLD U. FRUSHOUR 25 West Patrick St. Phone 1155 Frederick. Md. . -- - - - f ^ v t _ » i ^ . « i b ^*^. long ; tion No. 1 for the month of Herbert VTilliar. supervisor FIVE HIGH HERDS No. in Herd Name Breed Milk Fat OVhill Farm 30 RA 27453 32.6 lhc . United Nations, sailed for home ' DEDICATION* AT RIDGEVI NOAH E. CRAMER SON CITY HOMES FOR SALE . Sis room modern · brick residence, cent of the | No. 3 West Seventh Street. Priced required of j for a quick sale, of sale. HOWARD A. GROSS FOR SALE 6 room, frame, slate roof, modern Engineer's Office and the same may j men * has been made in full by said «- . . " -*«v.". J.^*U«AI^. AidLc mu^. modem on s^n ' K il 8 , I . roon L brick dw elling. oU heat. , dwelling, well constructed, beautiful th£ T%l£l est Tlurd S^est- Immediate lawn, comer lot in residential section 3ded la-v- ' posses ^ oa - ovra *r changing residence. \ of Brunswick on thru street to Fred- R. H. Richardson 56 RH 47839 32.1 . Kline 58 RACB 46275 305 RG 19949 268 RH 13941 26.3 27 Grades 17689 26.3 r that will guide them in determining ' * when and how to sell, the Maryland State Department of Markets issues | TEN HIGH COWS a weekly report entitled "Maryland i Name Breed Milk Grain Market." This is furnished j R- H. Richardson RH 2139 Eree of charge to interested farmers, j R- H. Richardson grain handlers, and others. j Frank Parish The report contains prices be- j Frank Parish ing paid for grain in each of four j Mrs. H. B. Getty sections of the state: the Eastern | Paradise Farm · Shoie. North Central Maryland. | Frank Parish Southern Maryland, and Western ! Frank Parish ; Maryland. The prices shown in the report are the average prices paid farmers each week in each of ihese four sections of the state. as well as prices on the Baltimore grain market. An added feature is s summary each week of the national grain situation, giving information with regard to both market prices and supply throughout the nation. Anyone who wishes to obtain the report should write to the State Department of Markets. University of Maryland, College Park. Mary- Mill Dale Farm R. H. Richardson 'Cross Breed RH *CB RA RG RG *CB RA RG RH 2016 2055 1890 1239 1197 1771 1455 1320 1536 Fat 96.2 80.6 80.1 794 71.8 694 65.5 64.0 634 61.4 . . , , ~~"-----~**'^*-« .--mi xv*isv*c.»ijLi,c» ) oi tne DUOHc hea'-inff toaay and expressed a hope that he ! The Full Gospel Pentecostal | All objectors "to the - be viewed at any time during .^5.- . · ular business hours prior to the date : Taxes and water rent will ! of the public hearing. justed to September l. 1948. ! All objectors to the orooosed ' Revenue stamps and costs be ad- Modern residence, six rooms, oil heat, h a r d w o o d floors. Garsge. l Grounds landscaped with lovely shrubbery and trees Owner leaving erick - A S e ' ; church As he made hi* way along the ' will b corridor of the liner Gripshol-i he '· - ath at - P- m. edt. There will also 1 ance. a of Ridgeville Route Vo 40 ' amcn i 'nent should present their ob- ! v *yancing to be at the expense of the ' tion be dedicated on Sunday July I p^f^ oy abcU P m^tioneT'SrViin? « " D^VID G. E^RHAKT. ja. *°* *^ of con- ! c . ity - Ear 'y possession. Western sec- asserting several times "I will not Rive an interview." Finally, visibly irritated he said: i "Yes. I am glad to be going." J Asked if he expected to return. ' he snapped: i "I hope not." i Executor. Auctioneer. land. A post card giving the name j and address is all that is needed. ! GOOD RIDDANCE New York. July 16 f.-Pi -- Andrei i Gromyko, Soviet Deputy Foreign : Minister and former delegate to NowlsTheTime For all carpentry work, repairing:, remodeling, new construction, see Thomas Constr. £ Eng. Co. 310 Jefferson Street Phone 2144-J COMMERCIAL BUILDING-FOR SALE Corner property located one block from center of City. Building: includes lar-c storeroom. 3 modern apartments, one available for immediate occupancy. Large warehouse 5 garages included in saie. Now bringing fine return on investment. Call for further information on this desirable propcrtv. M. D. HARP AGENCY Pythian Castle Building Gordon W. Spurrier, Broker Phone 729 Howard S. Fink, Rep. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PKOPERTY The undersigned executor of the } Last Will and Testament of Maurice J. Albaueh. late of Frederick Countv." j Maryland, by virtue of the power and j authority contained in the Last Will ] and Testament of the said Maurice -J. f Albaagh. deceased, and an Order of the Orphan's Court of Frederick County j Maryland, dated July 14. 1948. will sell the personal effect-; at the late particulars, apply: NOAH E. CRAMER SON Realtors 114 N. Court St. Frederick. McL Want Extra *CASH in a « H U R R Y ? I « Fsrnisn cs Just Phr-r.e with a few simple facts--tell us how J~I H mcch to set aside for you. £2 ~ The money most likely $3 ,,; will be ready for you by £' the time it -si!! take you ·?« ·/ to reach our office. " * g S25.00 to S300.00 LINCOLN IDS W Patrick St. Phone 127S FIRE DOES NOT ALWAYS HAPPEN TO "THE OTHER FELLOW" Sometimes it strikes at home! If Fire should break out at YOUR home or farm -, r h«:Sncss establishment, or on your motorized equipment, could you put it out or keep it under control until the fire engines arrive? IF YOU COULD--FINE! MOST PEOPLE t\\\'T Let ns show you how a small, lonjc-tcrm investment can provide you with REAL seeurity against fire. NO OBLIGATION: REME:VIBER. ANYTHING THAT WILL BURN is A FIRE HAZARD! SAPPINGTON AND COMPANY Libertvtc".vn. Md. Phone Frederick 1133-J-2 ANTIQUE SALE! Rare Antique Furniture, China and Glassware DRESDEN-MEISSEN-GAUDY WELSH 75 pcs. tea leaf luster -- 75 pcs. ironstone china. MONDAY, JULY 19,1948 STARTING AT 9:30 A. M. SHARP Sale to be held at Frizellburir. Maryland. 3 miles North of Westminster. Maryland on Route No. 32. rie-isc prepare to come early and stay late as this is a large Lunch Will Be Served! ZEPP ' CALVIN ZEPP. Auctioneers. ! home located on Ea^t Main Street, in [ Thurmo-it. Mart-land, on i SATURDAY. JULY 31. 1948 j at 1 P. M. (D.S.T.) I all the fol'owin* described personal property: Walnut corner cupboard. Dry walnut sink. 2 coal stoves, kerosene stove, oval xv-alnut extension j table, walnut sideboard, dough tray. I sugar buckets, studio couch, uphoi- i stered platform rockers, oak library _ . ! tabie. writing desk. 2 clocks. lot of .,? 6 acre da isT farm. S1.400 monthly | rockers, straight chairs, dining room i "J}" 1 cfe - Caster house, also tenant hs.. ! chairs, eilt mirror, rinc top table 15r^ =osl. fcldgs. 30 da. poss. Si8 000 1 Morris chair, swivel desk chair lot of j Corn P»ete stock and full equip, can be , bureaus, wash stands, beds, stands, j also Purchased S7.000. I quilting frames. Koover electric j f __ Other ^pmes. commercial prop. inc. . . _ . .,,»,,,. _. , .... , , ^ First 6 rm. mod. ideal home, completely remodeled, hdwd. fl.. separate entrance large rm. for commercial purposes. if desired, good location. health is only reason for selling. Good purchase- Manv other listings in and out ot Frederick. When buying or selling real estate be sure to consult with HOWARD A. GROSS Realtor Phone 877 8 Court St, Frederick G. H. MERCER SONS 4 room modern bungalowr" steam heat. 1 immediate poss. $7.000. 6 room modern brick dwg. m West- f ern section, hardwood floors, steam with stoker, cement basement, garage 3cre - nr. located. Poss. 30 days. S5.700" 6 rm. mod. bungalow, double gar., large lot. close Fred'k. on highway. 4 room modern bungalow with steam heat, hardwood floors, cement , - __ r nn ', basement. 3 miles from Frederick, '·vely viexv. Si.500. | Priced for immediate poss. arajp. city. Conv. j l acre improved with 7 room dwel- ,-,, t^ .nn u n? in Mt ^ Pleasant _ immediate pojj S6.500. 7 acres improved with 7 room mod- 6 rm. stone bungalow, mod. to minute. W. Sec. Price reduced. 3rd St. Colonial apt. house. 4 apts garages, ideal location. 5 rm apt. 1st 3. Poss. 60 days. 515,000. i 39 acre farm. St. highway, mod. i house, reasonably priced. ern dwg. 4 miles west of Frederick. $7.500 33 acres. 4 miles west of citv. 7 room dwelling. Immediate poss. "J8- 000. j bedclothing. lamps, metal trays, wash i _ , EVEx,*^ J ! boiler, cooking utensils, lot of garden ° ·"· Court St. M. MILLER 1 tools. 2 step ladders. 2 cross-cut saws. '·shQvels. briar scythe, carpenter tools. ; wheeibarrow. old coffee grinder, baggy , light, ladder. 2 fireplace mantles, lot . of odd chairs, crocks, glass jars, and Phone 852 N H. MERCER SOUS Real Estate Loans 'Insuranc* Pythian Castle BIdg. Phone 537 RALPH W. BOYER M. D. HARP*AGENCY 5 rm. Strictly mdra. X. W Section. 1 due Februarv 1. I960 1 6 shares 'of th» Potomac Edison Corrraam- 360^ Preferred Stocki ; TERMS-CASH on d?v of ^e as prescribed by Court Order CAI.VW s. ' .state of Maurice ,. Bar! K. Hofrman. Auct. - Brick d.ell. I^ated ? cc ^ s to stores. Interior 5,ss^p3ce S~ 800 OC, COndition - EarJ * P°s. »*nce Si. 800.00. . «*"*«?"*· =f.W. l1 heating plant. TRUSTEE SALE OF VALUABLE ilEAL ESTATE IX FHEDEHICK CITY MARYLA.XD By virtue of the power of sale con- ' ° n ·?" 40 - Ideal , · location. ,- / cres -- t-bcdrooni mdra. dwel- i \} r -S- tTontaig on State highwav just " 65 lrO1 " Frederick. Stoker heat No\r, your Home Permanents EASIER! EASIER! EASIER! with new, round PLASTIC CURLERS exclusive with HOME PERMANENT THE CREME COLO WAVE Deluxe Kit. with Regular Kit. plastic curlers fiber curlers * curlers. WILLIAMSON S DRUG STOK OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AT NEW MIDWAY. FREDERICK CO., MD. Pursuant to an Order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, the undersigned executor of the Last Will and Testament of Jesse I. Renner. deceased, xvill offer at Public sale on SATURDAY. JULY 31,1948 AT TEX A. M. (DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME). OX THE FESTIVAL GROUNDS IX NEW MIDWAY. FREDERICK COCXTY, MARYLAND, the following personal property: Ford-Ferguson tractor and equipment consisting of cultivator, mower. t\v^bottom plow and deep soil disxer: 1941 Ford, six cylinders. Tudor Sedan: lot of Ford automobile parts and accessories, rubber tire flat bottom \va?on. plowshares and landsides: kitchen cabinet, stands, lot of paint, roll of rubber wire, lot of nails, lot of snow irons, four -4) ceiling lisjht fixtures, six (6) five- gallon oil cans, steel drum of washing powder, lot of kitchen utensils, two (21 porcelain top tables. Xorgc oil burner and equipment, metal filing cabinet, electric fans, chest of drawers, electric carpet sweeper, folding day bed. studio conch. Elkhart saxophone, mimeograph. Sessions electric clock. Vkelin musical instrument, marble- top bnreau, two (2) iron beds and springs, rocking chairs, wardrobe, organ, victrola. chairs, saws, tractor chains, manure spreader, doable ladder, binder, disc harrow, two (2) sprinRtooth harrows, dump rake, tvagron and carriage. 7,925 feet of lumber, antique motorcycle, antique bicycle, antiqne spinning wheel, and manv other articles not mentioned. TERMS OF SALE--Cash on day of sale. JOHN WILBUR REEVER Executor of the Last Will and Testament » . «»», T ~~. of Jesse "· Renner. Deceased HARRY TROUT. Auctioneer HARRY C. DORCCS and GAIL L. CUTSHALL. Clerks WALTER E. SIXX and SHERMAN P. BOWERS, Attorneys ·*-*,," »**, *.v»t \/4 uiic L/U v^ e* 01 saie con-- * p · * * -*--.-. »^^ui*^» **^«ci«i^ tained in the Decree of the Orphan's i * ? nteri °r of home in beautiful con- Court for Frederick Countv. passed - K i°H ca . r 8arage. barn and afl out-- on the 7th day of July 19-18 in a ° J1Jdin Ss in fine condition. Irnraed. 1 S 3 "! 6 ^o... 44 "- wherein William I. ^V.^^L! 0 *"-,,_.__. , . . . . Modern brick dwelling on Military Hoad. Close to entrance to Camp Detrick and near, city bus. 5 rooms and bath first floor. 3 rooms and bath apt 2nd floor with private entrance. Annual income from apt. S600. A new. privately built home and good investment. Apartment houses on W. Pat. St_ i S. Market St. and E. 2nd Street. ' Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings, well located. RALPH W. BOYER BOYER INSURANCE AGENCY Frederick Representative For Murray C. Sohn No. 1 N, Court St. Tele. 2214 KEY CHEV. SALES. INC. DOG OWNERS BUY YOUR LICENSE BY JULY 31 , 1 948 The law provides a fine of from S20.00 to S100.00 on any owner * ° ' X months of a S° or over - wl »ch Goufcer. widower, et al. are Plaintiffs ! arid Helen B. Willard. et al. are the not licensed after Licenses available at: County Treasurer's Office, Frederick Maryland. ' You can fill in this form and mail SI.OO for Male or Spaved Female. S2.00 for Female. S10.00 for Kennel (not more than 25). S20.00 for Kennel imore than 25 1, to James H. Falk. County Treasurer. Frederick, and your license w ill be mailed to you. COUNTY TREASURER. FREDERICK. MARYLAND. Please send me tag for my dog described as follows: Owner . Defendants, and the undersigned was \ ,,. r room dwellings located just - r °^ t rederick. Both owners to other locations- Both priced for quick sale-of the 'land and premises Yn" slid · ^ im ana S2 ' 000 ' cause decreed to be sold. The under- i JI - D HARP AGENCY f!fr e l ^^S...!?"^^. « _P? b ?5 Pythian Castle Building Phone 729 Gordon W Spurrier--Broker sale at the Court House Door, in r rederick City. Frederick Counts. Man-land, on SATURDAY. JULY 31. 1948 at the hour of il o'clock A. M. (D.S.T.). all of the following described real estate of which a certain Joseph D. Z-.rainenr.an died, seized and pos- Howard S Fink--Rep. NOTICES Postoffice Election District Male Female Age Breed If dog is not six months of age by July I, 194S. license must be bonjrht when do?: becomes six months old. Failure to buy your dosr license will mean not only your arrest but your dos may be picked up and impounded. The license does not give the do£ the right to trespass on anyone s property without the permission of the owner. I have been instructed by the Co. Commissioners to withhold enforcement of the Dog Law until July 31, Dog owners are requested to place tags on dogs for identification purposes. GUY ANDERS ^Sheriff of Frederick County , Maryland, and rrsore particuJarJv ' described as foi!ow E ; " , for tne same at the; i2S6) NOTICE Application bas been made to the j AMVETS. FREDERICK POST NO. 2 IXC. A. ^lelvin Seeger. President hundred and sevcntv-Sve" "f^Ts'i feet. for a Class "C" Club license to sell thersce East thirty -30 feet, thence . On Sale Beer. Wine and Liquor · South ^wo-hundred ^and ^ghty-gj j at the premises known as ' i IT WILL PAY YOU to insist on Genuine Chevrolet Parts -Krhenever repairs are made on your Chevrolet car or truck. Genuine parts always fit right and insure maxiura perform snce. We use only genuine Chevrolet parts in our service dept. Let Key Care for Tovsr Car! KEY CHEVROLET SALES. INC.. j 106 E. Patrick St Phone 707 feet alo^g the Frederick andi MonSc- \ AMVETS. FREDERICK POST acy Turnpike Hoad to the place of . NO. 2 INC ""BEScf-all and the'same real estate I Jh fl, *ff Stree Frederick Md. " s convoyed bv James R i t f t e said -'cense to be known as an and PT-I Worlev. to "C" EM3IERT R. BOWLUS COCNTRV HOMES Jefferson Blvd. at Braddock Heights, beautiful elevation and valley \-iew. 8 rooms, bath, lavatory, large closet . ij.s_c. d.cii.. frame modem aweumg. - . m - ·. · " -^.-- -- - ..--- . -- - · TM- -- __.... u ^. ^.\_\_». \\ me , jie^^ automatic oil *ipat w*^!*^Tt ^ r"i* ££ M d DeSd :e da^ed Z J^^To^o^ and L!t J uor J ^^e. which would j garage l^r.fpaperc?Ind" p'in? ar.d recorded ,i L5be.- No 329 folid P ermU the licenseee to sell the «* 'f enor in past^year. Lot 8Ox20O ' ° ° ' a f o r e s a i d Beverage at retail, at | fe*SS. e SS e S tfft ?^S5? 1 J5 t ^: the place therein described. consumption on the elsewhere. a -34. one of :he Frederick Countv. improved with * t «!ed~. ar.d hai-ir.s :s Land Records of This real estate is two shin- a metal roof; the elect-icitv. j n e t e d o c t e also imnroved with a garage. POSSESSION -- October 1. 1948 The application Is made in accord*** TM«, Chapter 2 of the Acts of the General Assernblv of Mary- . ry- POSSESSION -- October 1. 1948 land Srxrial Sp-t;;nn rrf IQ'?'? =n/? i« TERMS OF SALE-- As prescribed i Ian °- ^P?" 3 ' *esSKn of 1933. ana IS by the Decree of the Court, one- i on nle in thls office. Any excep- TMld d ,n f r«S ^ r «s as !» m °"F -° be ' U0ns t °' the issuance of the license 0 mu * *TM ^ the undersined Court the residue in three months, the undersigned a period of one week from , ber 1st. Priced for quick sale. In- for j quire now for appointment for ia- "DrG^nisGs or spccuon. ^ I Country home on Route 240. seven miies south Frederick, all modem 12- room dweUing. beautiful shrubbery, good outbuildings. 3 acres of land. Possession to suit. 12 room frame, all modern, automatic heat in country home at Woodsboro. good outbuildings, all recently painted, excellent condition. House, suited for 2 family occupancy. or their note with and bearing interest from The manner of filing the day of sale, of "all cash, at the i exceptions is described in the act. option of the purchaser or purchas- | a cop y of %v hich is on file in the EFice of the License Commissioner Any hearing on application will ers. A deposit of S500 00 wMI be re- I quired of the purchaser or purchasers , expense of the purchaser; taxes to be i adjusted to d*v r' -ale w " ; Emmert R. Bovlus. Auctioneer. e given. G CLEVELAND TROUT. License Commissioner for FredcricJt County, Md. 146 acres in upper Middletown Valley. 31 cres m fine timber. - balance in pasture and cultivation. 9 rotr/.i Br house, large bank barn on Balto. milk market. S9.000 for auick sale Possession late fall or April 1st, 1949! Other fine farms and country properties. *ity properties, small country home Ir.quire at this office EMMERT R. BOWLUS i5f a «U E 4£ atc -- lns "rance--Auctioneer 100 W. Church St. Frederick, Md. Phone 885 Salesmen Horace M. Alexander -- S. L. Kelly Phone 885 or 2274-W Phont 33M iWSPAPfc.RI

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