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Frederick. ML, Weteea««j. J»ly St. Yanks Bow To Tigers N«w»York. July 20 ;je -- Virgil Trucks dropped the Xew York Yankees to within a. single game at the fourth place Boston Ked Snc today as he hurled Detroit to m. 2-1 «d*"e ia the odd game of their three-sain* series. George Kell, who coliected three of Detroit's eight hits off AlHe Reyaolfis. doubled to start the taise-winning rally in the ninth With two out. Hooz Evers singled to left, scoring Kell with the tie- i New Hurler In ! Shutout Win Given Job By Baltimore City . The Yanks bunched two of their sbThits in the fifth for their only run. Cliff Mspes" double was followed by Reynolds' single through the middle of the d:amond Pat- Muliirs got that back for Trucks with Jus 13th hosier into the right field seats in the seventh the llth hone run ball Reynolds has thrown this season The score: R Detroit . : Xew York 3 Trucks and Swi Berra. Bosox Slam Browns Boston. July 20 JP --Righthander Jack Kramer gave up sever, hits, two of them homers, while gaining his llth win of the season sr.d his ainth in a row today white .he Boston Red Sox were sweeping a four- game series from the St. Louis Browns. S-3. The Sockers gave their stylish righthander a 1-0 sendofT but Les Moss lofted into the left field screen after Whitey Platt singled .r. the second fame. In the ninth. Don Lusd hit into almost the same spot for his first American League four-bagger. Lund went into left field in the seventh inning after Fiatt twisted an ankle while trying to make a shoelace catch- The Sockers belted II hits for Chicago. July 20 'JP--Rex Barney. 23-year-oicI Omaha. Xeb. frre- balier, hurled his first 3Aaor League shutout today, blanking the Chicago Cubs with seven hits while pitching Brooklyn to a 5-0 victory. Reeling of? his fosirth straight win and s.xth of the season. Barney walked only one man and struck out s;x of the lowly Cubs. Brookly- clubbed starter Bob Bush for all :ts :uas during his stay, scoring in the second or. s.r.gles by Pee V.'ee Reese and Bobby Srown and an infield cut ar.d adding another ;n the fourth when Gene Kermansk; doubled, moved to third on Reese's grounder arxi stole home. Reese s s.ngle. z- sacrifice and , Hoy Carnpar-ella's single produced rur: Nc 3 :zi the seventh and the Dodgers added another pair :n the eighth cr. a walk to singles by George Shuba snd Reese and a double bv Brown. The score H H. E Brooklyn 5 1 ! 0 Chicago 0 7 0 Barney ar.d Carr.par.ella, Chambers, Rush sr.d Scheming. Reds Take S!ues«t Cincinnati. July 20 .?--Home runs, accounting for six markers, turned the tide for the Cincinnati . Reds today as they toppled the ".easue-'.eading Boston Braves 3-6 · before a crowd of 3.SQ4 A five-run outburst m the sixth :nn:r.S. featuring Johnny Wyrostek's three-run homer, overcame an early Boston lead and three more counters in the seventh p u t ' the game on ice for the Heds. Ted Kluszev.-ski's circuit blow scored | two of the seventh inning runs. ; : The v;ctor' broke a five-game | ' losing streak for young Herm V . J F York-St. Louis, rain. i National allowed to lapse and the Cubs! RetulU Yesterday drafted him. Brooklyn. 5; Chicago. 0. u ?, lB if-, de P artur f I* 0 ? **?*- Cincinnati. 9; Boston. 6. ball Wilson has spent most of his. p itts faurgh. 11: Philadelphia. 2. i time around Martinsburg. Vf. Va . \ where he started playing profes- · ' sional ball in 1921. His wife, cow, Games Today 1 i!J, is staying there with her ' 'Boston at Cincinnati " ! family. He has a son who "has no Brooklyn at Chicago 2). ' interest is baseball." Wilson drifted to Baltimore, the home of his slugging rival, Ruth, -xight game. 1 to work during the war as a tool ; checker in an airplane manufacturing plant. \Vhat happened to those "thous- Boston ands and thousands of dollars" he Brooklyn once earned as the National Leag- Pittsburgh ue's highest paid ' player? Wilson c*" T ,,.,;. Street School grounds Tuesday evening. Eagle had three-for-four. including a triple. Shafer and Hartsock comprised the battery for Benrsv's p^d Reeder and Hemp toiled for Kidd's. NOAH E, CRAMER SO? CITY HOMES FOR SALS Six room modem brick re*idesa I Arizona, admitted to in 1912. was the last stats to enter hear i Eight room bnck dwelling, oil hea i bath West Third Street. i possession, owner chasginx r statehood . Modern residence sac rooms, o h a r d w o o d floors. Gara« T7n»or ·New -York at St. Louis. · Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Standing* Of The Teaass 'Pardon my Burp .ue's highest paid " player: wuson st .Louis 1 explained where they went, "but ^ew York "net for publication." !Philadelphia l He compared his inability to ] Cincinnati ! get a job in baseball with the j Chicago " ci-n'lsr fai!irp of Ruth In connect ! w. 50 41 42 41 40 .40 39 35 L *Ct _,, _,,,: · gr=pto=3Ccr*t«-- ZXt-r'zxs-Ste'.z.'Zse'^Z-s^ 3-t .o95 . TiMres. XoU-igv.. Bea^as ist-Te^SZtz-Ti 39 .519' 39 .513 ! 39 .506 45 .471 45 .459 .43 .422 Ground. landscaped with love 1 shrubbery and trees. Owner c.ty Earl possession. Western se For further particulars, apply: NOAH E. CRAMER SOX · Realtors 114 S Court St. Frederick. M'' MURRAY C. BOHN 1 after his playing days. · IT'S BENNY'S AGAIN At TO GLASS I N S T A L L E D American Lea sue Results Yesterday Boston. 3; St. Louis. 3 - Detroit, 2; New York. 1 I Washington. 2: Cleveland. 1 j Chicago, 5; Philadelphia. 2 i Has Beeas easily defeated Kidd's Billy Goats, 12 to 1, in a Tavern i Softball League fray at Washington 52-A. 6-room irame isouse. electri \vster at fco-jse barn, all bSdgs. u. ~e~ ir.eta; roof, fair repa^". some tin oer. gcxxi nneado-A-. 2nd. grace dair its!: hay crop and 2 acres toniatoe Owin beej 55.50C Owner desires qi^;l: sale Games Today Cleveland at New York 2 -Chicago at Boston (2 ··St. Louis at Philadelphia Detroit at Washington ·Afternoon-Night. **N:ght game. DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 Standinzs Of The Teams = W. L. ' Cleveland 50 31 ! Philadelphia .. 53 ' New York . ' 47 Boston 6 .Detroit 42 S Washsnston 36 · St. Louis . . 29 ! Chicago 36 35 36 41 47 51 53 Pot. .617 .596 : .573 .561 .506 .434 .363 .333 NOTICES . BOHN Cole's Jewelry Trade in your old watch for ne« cr recondition watches. kes Of 1 And Clocks Repaired Rec! Estate Phcr.e L - mon J-J P. B. ROOP ·' e^ e 3 - con ne^ _ _ d b . I acre. 6-roor-i frame house, electric coa -AC!! -- itcr. front ar.d side porch - concrete v.aiks. nice Ja\\n. chickei WE BUY SELL 323 XORTH IttASKET ST. .. ho .. ses _ gara gei etc. Wehmeier. givins; him his sixth win as against five defeats. Voisetlc. a ten-game winner. 4, Sit »ju^_*w^*, ^ t^^*i.w« -- - -- *Kramer including four doubles and, to his seventn ;oss. a triple by Sam Mele The most' The score: R^ H. important extra-bare blow wc« Boston Birdie Tebbetts' two-bagger with the bases loaded in the fifth ir.nir.s The score: St. Louis . - Boston Kennedy. H. " 3 li 0 Moss R. . 3 S Widmar and Kramer and Tebbetts. Chisox Trim A's Philadelphia, July 20 {/Pi--Mario Pieretti. mite of a right hander. scattered six hits tonight as he pitched the Chicago V.'hire Sox to a 5-2 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics in the final of the five-game series at Shibe Park. The win was the Sox's second of the serifc. and their third in 14 games with the Mackrr.en this season. _ The score: K. H. .a., Chicago 5 11 0 "Philadelphia 2 6 0 Piererti sr.d Tresh: Brissic, Scheib and Franks. Guerra. fell E. 0 Cincinnati 9 13 5 Voiselle. Shoun. Lyons. White. Barrett and Salkcld. Wehmeier. Gurnbert ana Lamanno. Bucs Crush Phils Pittsburgh. July 20 :.·?'--Bob Chesnes. the Pirates' S100.000 pitcher from the Paci5c Coast League, chalked up his fifth victory of the year tonight as Pittsburgh crushed the Philadelphia Phils. 11 to - Six of ihe Pittsburgh runs were scored in the eighth inning. limited the Quakers to seven hits and pitched scoreless ball until the seventh when t.ppie Milier hit a home run over thc left field wall. The score: R- H. E. Philadelphia Pittsourgh Hack Wilson, Ex-Major Player, Is Managing Baltimore Pool By GEORGE BO WEN* ' which stiii stands for ihe major Baltimore. July 20 /«*--Hack leagues. Wilson, the one-time home run The feats gained the swaggering king who wistfully calls himself · slugger the National League's un- a "forgotten man of baseball."; official "most valuable player" popped up today as manager of a award, city swimming pool. j The tide turne( j swiftly then. The manager's job is a prornot- : He slumped to a .2S1 batting ave- :OR for the former brash center rage and 13 home runs the next field star. Municipal authorities i season. Before it was over he was had put him to work as a park suspended for breaking training laborer recently when he came in and ordered traded. looking for "any kind of a job." i ponies Last Stop The aggressive, low-slung ex- . hero has about resigned himself' KEYSTOXE PAINTS When the best costs so little why compromise on quality? Complete line exterior. Interior finishes. XICODEMUS Paint Store 30 NORTH COURT ST. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the subscriber Siss obtained from the Orphans Court o£ rredenci: County in Marvland. letters of Administration on the esiate o.' MARY B. BELT, late of Frederics county. Maryland. deceased. A!! persons Saving damns T)O not hesitate to consult this cf- against trie deceased sre warned to f= ce O n Fire. Automoisle. exhibit the same, with the vouchers :o - O r any ether !nsurc::ce mai'ers thereof legally authenticated, to the subscriber, on or before the 21st day · of February. 1949 next; they may otherwise oy law be excluded from · all benefit of said estate Those indebted to the deceased are desired to j make immediate 02%-ment- I Given under rnv hand this 19th day I of July. I94S. ' "= OR5IAX T. BELL. i Administrator Walter E. Sinn. Attorney. , dJy 20.27-Aus 3.10.17 , HAROLD U. FRUSIIOUR KAHOI-D U. FHUSlfOUa 25 West Patrick St. Phone :".35 Frederick. Md. DAVID O. GRIFFIN house and buildings are all psm'.ed good metal roofs, in reonir. Close to stores, churches, etcj neht :ong Route 25 between Taylors; ville aie I_:bertyto-.'.-n. Price *"""'~P. 3. ROO? Phone 85-J New Windsor. Md. 6 room brick house in good cond R. 2 11 The St. Louis Cardinals took him. but swapped Y.'ilson to Brooklyn before the 1932 season started, had two mediocre seasons with him Kits Xose Indians Washington. July 20 .--Relief Pitcher Sid Hudson stymied a ninth inning Cleveland rally to lift "Washington to a 2-1 victory over the league-leading Indians here tonight. The win snapped 3 5-garne Washington losing streak. The score: H. H E Cleveland . 1 10 0 Washington 2 7 0 Black. Kiieman. Beardon and Hegan: Scarborough, Hudson and Evans. 1 Simmons. Heuser. Xahem. Lakeman and Semmick. Chesnes and Fitzgerald. to forgetting baseball. "I guess getting back into base- _ ball is all I think about now." he the "Dodgers. They put admitted. "But so far I haven't thc blcck in 1934 " nad much success. I ve written to , -r;he ph" ! ade I Dh ; a ^h-'llies almost all the important men I j him a chance."He"lasted know, out the answer is always! m o"th CASE MACHINERY Rubber-tired Wagons BUSH BOG DISK HARROWS Tractor Plows SAM MULKEY ELEVATORS Any Length From 24' to 46' BAKER'S 252 West Patrick St. Phone 1423 EXECTTTOH'S NOTICE FIBE . Scors. garage, steam heat, tile bath* : concrete basement X. section of townj.j Q-a-cI-i ?oss ; ; 4 rccm modern bungalow. stearr-:_ heat, h \v floors Immediate poss. »j* 8 roo-n modern apt. house. 4 roorrjjil and bath on each Soor. h. w. floorssi.' concrete basement. Quick poss. *i t 5 room modern frame house, sieaa' heat, garage. N section. Early poss. i, 1 Green house property and contentsj. ; | \ve:i establ^hed business. \ve!l locatee Tb*s ts to^eive notice tiiat the sub- ! Xow more than ever you need ade- ir! Frederick Ircn-.ediate poss. ·Abe- has obtained from the Or- ' quate Sre insurance because ir- HARRY E 1IOHLET «.«" rn'nrr of Frederick County in surance replacemeut \?!ues are up. Real Estate scriber phans Court of Frederick County in . . Marvland letters Testamentary on Your present po-ic\ cannot be pu. 113 r^st Tmrd St. the "estat«- o* ' away and forgotten without r:sn o; EUNICE 5L SCHMTTT · serious Hnancjal loss. J.O avoid this late of Frederick "County. Maryland. . loss, consult us today, deceased Al! persons having claims j :OHI-EK I Phone 20~f A. GROSS r, 4 «rrn r DA\TD O. against the deceasec are warned to exhibit the same, v.-ith the ^-ouchers ' thereof, legally authenticated, to the , .,- ^ Court St. subscriber, on or before the 24th day ~ ' ' I Phone 600 of January. 1949 next; they ma other-A-ise Dy law be excluded from ai! i ! beneSt of said estate- Those indebted i to the deceased are desired to make j immediate payment. FOR SALS 5 room, frarne. slate roof, modern c-.velUng. well constructed, beautif''- __^ j ^__ i ^_^^_^__^_^ _ iawn. comer lot in residential sectjcm.- of Br-answick on thru street to Fred~ . . . . erick. Age and health is only ressor, ' Loans can be oatainec. nere by bo.n . o _ £e r ir , g Good purchase. and out ol" selling real " ·with dJe 23.30-Jy 7.14.21 SALE on ' -. . ~_---^^-_ PUBLIC SALE gave Conducted by Xull Null. Auctioneers ' ^' ^it nip x thc undersigned \vitn sell at 102 · ; f or - e East Eighth street. Frederick. Md.. on eSi -- e _?-. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE | This is to Eive notice that the sub- j scriber has obtained from the Orphans ' i Lourt ot Frederick County, in Mary- ; , ability to make niontiily. lv navments raav receive a loan here. " PEOPLES FEXAXCE CO. tters of Administration on tne j -'sorry, we're all filled Hurler Wins His Opener r or rirenicn Civic Softball League Results Testcrdav Juniors. 3: ICECA. 0 Game Today Civic-Muny Leagues All-Stars Standings of the Teams \V. L. Elks Lions Juniors . Civitans . Ontiinists 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mgr. "Wid" Garrett's newly signed Pitcher Newell Esterly won his first game in Civic Softball League competition, as the Junior Firemen shutout North End Civic Asso, ciation. 3-0. Tuesday evening at Stalev Park. i Esterly fanned eight NECA bat'. ters and" only walked one in win- · ning his debut for the Firemen. A cair of runs in the second -In- 1 ning. turned out to be the decisive ; counters. They were earned by ; Shaw the inning with a i double: followed by Jacobs' and \ Bruchey's singles and Reeder's ' double. ; Tonight Civic and Municipal · league all-stars will tangle in the 1 000 ! Sta'.ey Park softbal: attraction. i 000 i Tne score: R- H. E. 1.000 !XEC A 0 3 1 .000 : Junior 3 7 1 .030 Michael and Carroll Esterly and .000 1 Garret;. ; tne same i up.'" j Wilson, now 48 years old. had , much the same troubles after a [ glorious baseball year in 1930. He | set the National League's home run i major league career with ' record of 56 that season with the i Chicago Cubs in 1926 by acci | Chicago Cubs, only four less than · He had belonged to the Xew ' Babe Ruth's all-time high. The 190 . Giants but was sent to Toledo runs he drove in made a record' Manager John McGraw--ba East Eighth street. Frederick. Md.. on WEDNESDAY. JULY 23. 1948 -That about ended Wilson's base- beginning at i o'clock p. m. iD. the ball career. He played some more with Albany in the International ; chine!T"ivanhoe oif ~heater.T~2-burrier League, quitting in 1915. CLARENCE A. JOHNSTON j ' ol Frederick County r»laryland ' .11 persons having claims ! ti»iuv.i U £ ^-^iv. .against the deceased are warned t o , 1 nearly new Horton washing ma- ^5,^^ th e ^-.^ v .-ith the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the i II North Court St. Phone 1473 (A ho:ve small loan Company) DELBERT S. NULL HOUSES 1 acre improved with -room dwel- i . o ~ L , , ^ O * , tf*,*~ o ;^* inereoi. jte^^sii^ tfut-iciiu^^i-^vi. ·-« "**- : j. ae.e w.uij ^-t^viti ^«ci- o:l s.o\e. _ ice boxes. 2 buffets. 2 side- . subscriber . cn or before the 24th day Ung electricity. v.-ell water, ail nsces- *tr\-tre*K 1 nr*« V^«ac*» i r*T-it n«r *~r»nm Isrti^ _ _ _ _ * « *... is _ _ _ . ^^ _ . - . _ . . _ _ · « , _ - HOWARD A. GROSS Realtor Phone S77 9 Court St. Frederick G. H. MERGES SONS 4 room modem burjgaio-.v wi', steam heat immediate possession. 6 room bnck dwelling in -.vestem section, oil heat, cement basetrient, la-ar;cr- tubs, immediate poss. 5 room modern bndc dwelling con- , Wilson started his nine-vear boards, i bookcase. 1 dinins room table. of Janu ^y, 1949 V.sxt: they may , s ^: outbuildings, located near" Point sistir.g of *2 complete 4 room apart-, _; i ......t - ^-__ · i srr.ali server. 2 square tables. . . . ;: , . -,,, pxciv-rted from all · «f Wr,^'-= p-?i-vi r.-i «P:I r-_ents_ r-ortr.ern section Price reduced '· Pet and 1 home-made sand box. 2 '· PRIVATE SALE In order to be with my husband, who is in the service. I will sell at PRIVATE SALE the following articles, i\hich must be sold BEFORE JULY 29th at my residence, one mile north of Thurmont on Route 15 (Franklinville). Studio couch. 2 chairs. 1 fable. 1 radio, couple stands. 1 dining suite consisting of table. 4 chairs, server, china closet, kitchen cabinet, 1 chrome kitchen suite consisting of table and 4 cliairs; 1 Ice box. 50-Ib. cap.: washing machine, pop-up toaster. 1 double bed. 1 crib. 2 single beds. 2 bureaus, other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS--CASH on day of sale. MRS. BERNARD G. LEWIS Administrator sleds. 1 child's blackboard. 1 hobby ' · siclaxiL s Zimmerman. Attorney. " ! Ave.". city. horse 1 BB. gun. 1 bassinet. 1 s.rolier. . dJe 23.30-Jy T.14.21 , 90=110^3raddock Heishts. Md. lot 01 china, glassv.-are and coosins -- ' D^LBE^T S XL"!_L utensils Attend this sale. EXECUTRICES' NOTICE i ~ Auctioneer" J--HX3---Cash. _^^ _ , Thjj ^ to g, ve notl re that the sub- : Heal Estate Insurance , . ... ^fT-*-" J--? 1 -"^^-^?-.i'-'ft-x-- scribers ' ave obtained from the Or- 2 6 W. Patrick St. Phone 1155 john V Null. Deloert S. Null. Aucts | phaas - Court of Frederick County, in _ Aix-ie -.1 Etzler. Cicrk. i jj ary ian(j. letters Testamentary on the : jj ^ ZEXT2 PCBLIC.SAU: ; EState °CHARLES \v. KREGLO VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY ments. northern section. Price reduced ; for quick sale. 6 room modern brick dwelling.. stearn heat with stoker, hardwood floors, cement basement, garage, ex- " tra lot. 513.500 8 room modem brick dwelling in 53x132--Corner of Ninth and Motter northern section, immediate poss. 7 acres imoroved with i room mod: ern dv. elling 4 miles west of city. Immediate possession. SS.750. '** 23 acres" improved with 7 roon dwelling. 4 ; - "miles west of city. Immed poss. GRAYSON H. MEHCER SONS Real Estate Loans Insurance Pythian Castle Bidg. Phone 537 i \Ve have to o--er vou xvithin short RALPH W. BOYER on iElitary nee to Camp bus. 5 rooms roorns and bstfa te entrance. .. dJy 7.:4.21.2S-Aug 4 : town. :.:d. Ph. I5S-J. COMMERCIAL BUILDING-FOR SALE Corner property located one block from center of City. Building includes large storeroom, 3 modern apartments, one available for immediate occnpancy. Large warehouse 5 garages included in sale. Xow bringing fine return on investment. Call for further information on this desirable property. M. D. HARP AGENCY Pythian Castle Building' Gordon W. Spurrier, Broker Phone 729 Howard S. Fink, Hep. FOR SALE Choice Gladioli! Bloom CHESTER L. GROVE 103 E. Sth St. PHONE 12S5 FOR SALE Dairy Farm 235 Acres Located on State road XT. S. 15 about 5 miles North of Frederick. Md. 40 cow dairy barn--Washington Market--2 silos, and other adequate farm buildings. All tillable land can he farmed v. ith tractor. 60 acres of blue srrass meadow-land. larjce shaded stream running through farm. Other improvements arc--Modern brick mansion home. 14 rooms, bath, slate roof, oil hcit Bea:itifull landscaped. Tenant house. 6 rooms, electricity, ninninc v.-ter in kitchen. This is one of the best farms in Frederick County. Very reasonably priced, and owner will finance. M. D. HARP REAL ESTATE AGENCY Phythian Castle Building Frederick, Maryland Phone 729 ORDER NISI ON AUDIT NO. 12S32 EQUITY In the Circuit Court for Frederick County Sittins In Eq-uity. July Term. 194S. In the matter o: the Auditor's Re- 5 rrn. Strict:-.- jr.drr.. N \" Section H.W f. Tile bath. ful;_ concrete^ eel- Jar, laundry tubs. G. -- App ^arly Or.e s:ea. 3 bed springs. 1 trunk. 3 beds. - oil stoves. - chairs. 1 round box. 1 stand. 1 radio. 1 metal cabinet. " stands. 8 bones. 2 small chairs. 2 brooms. 4 stands. 1 chair. 1 mirror. 3 mattresses. 2 Ig. chairs. 1 bundle bed slats. 6 bed rail?. 1 davenoort. FOR THE ACCOUNT OF" ARNOLD PFIEFZR S-.x chairs. I buffet. 1 china closet. 1 table FOR THE ACCOUNT OF MRS JOHN RIDENOUR ORDERED. That on the 23th cay -, oss o-.-e S7 -10 f,0 Garden tools. 2 c;o*hes line props. o f July. 19.53. the Court will pro- 6 - _ - · " - _ · 1 hose reel and hose, I washer. 1 , ceed to act upon the Report o; the wasr 1 bench. 1 brass stand. 1 Sov.-er Auditor. :;Ied as aforesaid in the stard. 1 ironing board. 7 b-j. baskets above cause, to finally ratify snd con.^rid contents. 2 crate* 1 lawn moi'er. firm the same, unless causs to the 2 window screens. 1 hall rack. C ficor contrarv thereof be shown before said RALPH W BOYS 3OYER INSURANCE AGENCY Frederick Representative For ilurray C. Bohrs * Xo i N Court Si- Tele 221* KEY CHEV. SALES. INC- Section, not s;r. fuel c:; heatirg piar.t JOOsICO Jot. Side and rear Large living rm v.-:tn nrepiacc iar-y poss Price 5:3.500 C-0. S rm dv.el'. located 3 mi IT VTILL, PAY YOU to Insist on Genuine Chevrolet Parts whenever repairs are made or. your Chevrolet car or 2 Vjc'-cet?. : rocker, bed siats. 2 bu. Clerk of the Circuit Court baskets 2 t?d ends. 1 spring 1 mat- for Frederick Coantv. tress, 3 is. mirrors B O . I dining Benjamin B. SosenstocJc. Solicitor. rrcm table. 1 plaster board. 1 bundle True Copy--Test. screen?. 1 pacer basket, l table leaf. 9 straight chs.. 1 broker.: : radio. I ' ELLIS C GORDON SPURRIER. Broker Res. Phone 544-M HOWARD S. FINK. Kcp. Res. Phone 2233-J sideboard. 1 utility cabinet. 1 top 'or ':debc?rd. 4 metal chairs. I vanity. 1 c-nthes hamper. 2 coffee tables. 4 ^tpr.ds. 1 arm chair. 2 kitchen stool. 2 dre--ers 1 kitchen table. 2 t-jbs. 2 :srd ca-s I flcv. er baske; dJv 14-21 WACHTER. Clerk XOTICT ZOXTXG - CHAXGE OF USE C^F LAND Conform---.; to Sectior-. 31, Article XX title 'Zoning' of I PRIVATE SALE BT virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, the undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Leroy Jones, late of Frederick County, Maryland, deceased, -will receive sealed bids for the purchase of the merchandise, stock in trade and fixtures for Dollie's Diner, located at No. 63 South Market Street, Frederick City, together -with the good-will. Class B beer license and all subsisting: rights under a lease for said premises. All bids to be submitted in writing on or before July 22, 1948. and mailed to Francis Petrott, Attorney at Law. 26 West Patrick Street, Frederick. Maryland. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids by said Adminis- tratrix. TERMS OF SALE--CASH upon acceptance of an approved bid. ANNA F. JONES, Administratrix FEANCIS PETROTT, Attorney 4-Bedroom All-Brick Dweliing For Sale In Frederick's best restricted residential section nr. park area. Immediate poss. of this splendid home with a fir. plan to meet any of your needs and these features:--Tiled bath and pwdr. rm.. larger than average liv. rm.. fireplace, din, rm., full "Swanco" cabinet kitchen ·with stainless steel tops, full concrete bsmt.. tempcred-air F. O. (filtered) heat. SO gal. G. E. hot water heater, laundry tnbs. copper pipe thronghont, copper spoatin;. Morgan Gold seal metal channel windows. You'll agree it is quality built. CONVENIENT TO ALL SCHOOLS AND TO VRBAN BUS Priced for Immediate Sale NED S. ZEILER 102 North Court St. Frederick, Md. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE "Zoning 2 srr.a" t?c. marble. 1 broken: I vanity C.ty Coce. this is to gi-e notice that ftco". " ''"e:. =?eep°r. The Mavor ar.c Aldermeri will hold a TO?. THr: ACCOUNT OF public at 7.00 ?. M.. · FOKXSY SHTTL^Z dav. Julv 21. I94S. in the Board Room. One bureau, i trunk. 2 cane seat third Soor. City Kail. Frederick. cr£i" ". hex clothes. ' chest draw- Maryland, for the purpose of cor.sid- cr* 1 v e-3 spnris and mattress. 1 enng the amending of the Zoning basket dishes. 2 pictures Ordinance as the same was passed and miles from Frederick Stoker heat interior of home in beautiful con- d't-on 2 car garage, bsrn and all outbuildings ir. Sne condition. poss Priced tD se : l 2 four room dwellings located just 3 miles from Frederick Both owners must move to c:her locations Both properties rjnc;d for quick sale-- S3 :"00 and P2.CCO :i D HARP AGENCY * the Frederick Pythian Castle Builcing ?:-.or.e 720 Gordon w Spumor--Broker Howard S Fini--Ksp. Genuine carts always St i^ht arid insure msxium per- F. D- E. M. MILLER mod. :d3sl home, corr.oletely FOR T-TE ACCOTTCT OF approved August 5. 1 Q 29 by changing rerroas.ed ncv.d f. . separate \V H. EOOD all that part of the City lying Xorth *= large rm tor corr-r.erc;Si purp3=es. S.x stsr.d' ." V.-3. rugs. 1 screen of Morjt." r.qua Seventh'" Street ar-d ·- desired, good iocatior- · N " ' " " Street ar.d South of North rr:a:r. I d3i! crib. 1 ch-.'-d's chair 2 Street and bounded on the west by Fred k . rnacad rd Love:--- view ST 500 r-o:;c« cookir.s; uter. 2 fjbs 2 irorsir'^ \Ves:em Aventse a~.d on the east by Xod burga'o-A- S: ssrace c-tv Cor.v boaris 1 bed. I stcr.e -ar content?. Central Avenue, from a residential " ~ " " Use. 43 foot Height. "3" Area tp Business Use. -55 foot Height. ' B" area. The area under consideration' Being all of B'.ock '.3 as shown or. the _^ tro:?. 1 oil s".-ve. 2 o-l heater*. : p'.at cf the Frederick City Mar.ufac- u ' e - «- section Price recuced clothes rack. 1 tower stprd 1 rocker turir.g and Dei eloprr.ent Company's 3-story Co' Art house. North-West Add.tion to r rederick City Maryland «sid plat being recorded in \ V I ? No 13. fo'-io 3o. _-se of the Land Records of Frederick coor. 1 wjr.dow screen. pans : tea kettle. foot stool 2 bu. baskets 3 bacs and cor.ter.ts. I day bed. 1 arm chair. ! child's desk. ". do", basket I rr.or. 1 ex; taKe 3 burd'es bedding 1 Kes- rr.od bur.sslo-.v. 1 acre. r;r located. Pots 30 days. S5.7CO larj^e lot. close Fred k. on r:^-.Tt-ay 6 rryi. stor.e b-j-ss!c-w. 5sh. S --iirrors 2 mattresses. 14 chairs 4 b.indies clotV.nsr, - boxes 2 feather ticks. 2 rcckers. 2 metal cai* 1 l-.vine room suite. 3 bed T varitv mirror 1 picture. 2 County, said arei being approximate- wardrohe.;. 3 beds complete." 1 metal :% two hundred and seventy-eight garages, idea" location f. Pcss 60 day;. Si 5 r?0 39 acre farr;-i St highway, house, reasonably pric^-i SIS acre dairv ic.rr.-.. S: -01 ir rrn ?.p;":st ilk ck master house .. . 2 trunk* 1 radio. I kitchen cab- feet frontage along Montonqua iSev- ail mod bldgs poss ^10 CO- \Ve use only genuine Chevrolet parts in our service dept. Let Key Care for Car! KEY CHEVROLET SALES. INC. 105 E. Patrick St. Phone 707 _^MMERT^.^OWLUS^ COUNTRY HOLIES Jefferson S'r. d. at Braddock Heights, sea^tifui ele-.-atioT atid valley view. 3 rooms oath, lavatory, large closet space, sttic, frame modem dweliirjg, r.ew automatic oil ceat system. 2 car garage Dwelhr.g papered and pairit- e» interior ;n 5ast year Lot 80s200 f-^ also extra :ot Posicssiori Ssptem- oer 1st. Priced for qui:k sa'.e. Inc^ire r.ow ;or appointment far la- spect.or. Cour.try hcrr.e on Route 2-iO. seven soutn Frederick, all modern 12- room duelling, bea'utiful shrubbery. ^ood outbuild 3 acres of land. ?s«essso" to s'j.t. f l :2 room frame, all modern, auS-'j rnat.c heat in country home at v.'c. cisoo.-u. gosd outbuildings, all primed, excellent condition. met. - rue; 1 htird's rugs. 1 dre'ser enthi Street and approximately three Complete stock ar.d full equip can be Ho'_=e suited for 2 family occupancy. . ,. -..-v*.*-..,*} "rt ^,,.-,...-T-rt^ T ., . o.^trt* v,.«-,^,-£i^ faa* i.% J^A.^* H/**Tif HrtiiT,.''Ari aitsrt T^I*^^"Hr-cai^ *5T C'^.f^ ** 2 ^ -- ^ ^ iif ] a ^ H r;\.."^» pr--*ri ?T-nT^far» t wsshstsr.d. CO p:cfure 1 vhatnot. hundred feet in depth, being bounded also purchased S7 COO 2 Venetian blinds. 1 antique chair. 1 on the South by Montonana (Seventh! 46-?cre stock fanr. cood house ar-d vanitv 2 dresss-s Street, on the west by Western Ave- outbuildings, elec . v. ater. 2 trox:t " FO 1 : THF. ACCOUNT OF Due. on the North by North Street streams. Crops included Poss 20 days. REV R A McCARMACK and on the East by Central Avenue. Good road ss 000 One desk. 2 jrlass shades. J bureau The Zoning plat is on file in the City , 3- s tory and mirror 5 large boxes_books. 2 , Engineer's Office and the same may {j orj "' j ^^ 3rd ii SI5.500. of land with re-id frontage. VALLEY STOCK FARM 14S acres in upper Middletown Valley 31 crcs in fine timber, balance in pasture and cultivation 9 room Br house, large bank barn on Balto. , ""Larse"fronTcai:- "convertcdTto S}- ik r.arket. S9.000 for quick sale. stands. 2 shelve boards. 1 floor lamp be viewed st any~time during reg- conrnercial front 3 oartlv finished Possession la?e fall ·- April 1st, 1943, ular business hours prior to the date a p^ on 2nd /·*,,,- °""' and «hade. 4 bcakcsses TERMS OF SALE: CASH , of the public hearing ALL GOODS :vrTST BE REMOVED All objectors to the proposed ,,,,.,,_. _,,,, ,_ . . ,, ,,, FROM THF. PREMISES AT THE amendment should present their ob- -actoo si.-s and ideal .ar CLOSE OF THE SALE icctions at the public meeting as BOYER TRANSPORTATION : provided by above mentioned Ordin- COMPANY. INC . | ance. WAREHOUSEMAN". THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN Emmcrt R. Bowlus, Auctioneer, | ^F FREDERICK. R. L. Kelly, Clerk. Buv or Sell--Consult vis First rRANKLIX D MILLER EVELYN M. MILLER Real Estate--Insurance UJy 3AO,17,2I .15 Ji. Court SU ^ NEWSPAPER! I Other fine farms and country prop-, -ity properties, small country horriC Inquire at this office. EMMERT R. BOWLUS · Real Estate--Insurance--Auctioned I '· , 100 \V. Church St Frederick, Md. i Phone 885 Salesmen Horace M. Alexander -- R. L. Kelly Phone 832 4 Phone 883 or 2274 ; \V , gfaon« 339» ( 'CD IV

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