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Frederick, Maryland
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ft* Xewm, Fredrick. Mi~ Friter, JTmiT S3. 1948 Is Nate . July 22 .jpw_Wash- woa "m the long run today ifter Detroit scored enough runs in Use first inning for aa ordinary baseball game. -The Tigers paed up six runs in the first toning but the game went on to 12 innings and the Senators woo, 9-8- ·Forrest Thompson^ Washington's fourth pitcher, put over the winning run. He singled across Earl Wooten with the needed score with oae out in the twelfth to defeat Hml White. Detroit's fifth pitcher After Detroit's first inning splurge. Washington slammed Hal Nevvhouser from the mound and went on to win the tough overtime tussle. The score: R- H. E. Detroit ----- ....... 8 14 2 Washington 9 13 0 Kewhouser. Beaton. Houtteman. Hutchinson. White and Swift. Riebe: Wynn. Welteroth. Hudson Thompson and Early. Evans. * Bosox Win Both Boston. July 22 H -- With Junior Stephens. the American League's raost-runs-batted-in slugger. homering in each game, the Boston Red Sox broke their third , place tie with the New York ' Yankees today by sweeping a double-header from the Chicago White Sox, 3-0. and 5-3. .First game: R H E Chicago 0 5 1 Boston 3 5 1 ' Gillespie, Grove, Rotblatt and · Robinson; Galehouse and Tebbetts. Second game: R. H E · Chicago 3 8 1 Boston 5 6 0 ( Judson and Tresh. Kinder and · Barts. 1 I New York . . . « 8 3 . Fell«r. Paig*. Klieman mnd He- j gan: Ratchi. Byrne »nd Berra,, j Xiarhos. ^ \ \ A's Get L-wjc Wm [ Philadelphia. July 22 WP--Third ', Baseman Hank Majeski singled ! with the bases loaded and two out \ in the 12th inning tonight to give i the.Philadelphia Athletics aa 8-" win over the St. Louis Browns. The victory put the A's within a half game of the leading Cleveland Indians in the American League f pennant race. The score: R St. Louis - " Philadelphia 8 Biscan. Stephens. Garver, Widmar =nd Moss. Partee. McCahan Harris. Brissie and Guerra. H 8 11 Civic Softball League Results Yesterday 'Lions. 10: Juniors. 7 'Called beginning 7ih. rasn *G»mc Monday Elks vs Lions *Xew starting time. 6 15 p m dsi StondinJ Of Th«- Teams W. L. Pet Lions 2 0 I 000 Elks _ . . 1 0 1 000 Juniors 1 1 .500 C:\itans 0 0 .000 . Optimists 0 1 .000 XECA . . 0 2 000 Charlie Keller Back In Yankees 7 Lineup New York. July 22 W)--Charlie Keller. New York Yankee outfielder was back in the regular lineup tonight when the Yankees faced the American League leading Cleveland Indians in the third game of their important series. He failed to hit in three times at bat and made one error. Keller, stationed at his old left field post, was miking his first appearance s:nce June 2. v.hen he broke a bone on the back of his left hand attempting a shoestring catch of a fly bal'. At 1'ie time the iluggjng flychrser was m the mid-t oi a fine comeback after a serious operation He niiiied a half season's play las-t Near. ! Indicted Communist Surrenders; Is On Bond Nw York. July 22 ninth of,, 12 indicted Communist | party leaders surrendered today "to federal authorities. ' He was Irvinx Potash, manager of the CIO Furriers Joint Council , :n New York. Along -Aith 11 other members of the Communist Party's National ' Board, he is charged with advocat- ; ing overthrow of Uie U. S Govern- , merit by violence. · After appearing for arraignment today. Potash was released on S5.000 bond provided by the Civil Rights Congress The Congress provided the same bond for each of the other eight men released yesterday Meanwhile associates of the tliree Indicted men who have not yet been arraigned said they would sui render voluntarily soon. The three others are Robert G. Thompson, New York State party chairman: Gilbert Green, Chicago district party chairman, and Gus Hall of Cleveland, Ohio State party chairman- Potash and two other indicted party leaders also face deportation proceedings on charges of being alien Communists. Potash. John B, Williamson and Jacob A. Stachel were arrested this spring on the deportation charges, and are now free in $3,300 bond. ADDRESSES RESERVES Westminster, July 22 -- Rev. Harry Hairses. a Methodist minister and a member of the Methodist Division of Foreign Missions, was guest speaker on Monday for the monthly meeting of the Reserve Officers Association of Carroll county held in the Science Room, Western Maryland College, Lt CoL David Schaeffer heads the association. Rev. Mr. Haines, who is attending Western Maryland · College and the Westminster Theological Seminary, resides in Fred; erick and preacher in a four- church circuit. His parents, whom , he had not seen for eight years, arrived from New Zealand last week for a visit. He spent six and a half years in West China engaged :n directing relief work · amorjg refugees, and was also en- 1 gaged in educational work in China's capital Chung- king. He served as chaplain in the United States Air Force at China Theater headquarters for one year. Born in New Zealand 31 years ago, he was educated in Australia. He is now on furlough in this country and plans to return to China n*xt spnag. -- P. B. ROOF Andorra, one of the two smallest republics in the world, consists of six. parishes in the diocese of the i Spanish bishop of Urgel. in the i valley of the eastern Pyrenees between France aad Spain. PUBLIC SALES ! 1 acre. 6-room frame hou»*. «l*dUe. i good ·»£)! water, front and ndc es. concrete walks, nice lawn, c I and brooder houcec. (ara(e. etc. house and buildings arc all nicely I pointed with good metal roofs, in good | repair. Close to stores, church**. «tC-. , right along Route 2S between Taylors- ivule and Libertytown. Price 9OM. *J , Poss. 60 days. P. B. ROOP Ffcone 86-J New Windsor. MA. HOWARD A. GROSS GAME FORFEITED Potomac Edison Company's softball team failed to put tn an appearance for their scheduled game with Umteds and the Fsremen. Thursday night claimed a 9-0 forfeit for their Municipal Softball League standings The came slated last night was to have been a playoff of a postponement caused by rain last week. Local Rifle Club .Meeting Is Held Frederick R:He C'.v'o he'.d a rneeii.'ig Tnursday n.ght at the Sta'.e Armory w :!h tne pre.ient, Irv:'.g Abb. prei-:ci:ng The ques- l:cn of 3dmiil:ns the !a!:es' Catoc- t:n R.fle Club :nto compei'tion wan ;he men s team during the v. inter --eaO!i. and a comm.ttee of Kemp Cashour. Jc^e Kraut.: a:id Char'.ci. T. Main appointed to Jake '.fie"cr up \\ :'.h the Catoc- t.n niensbers Mr Cashour was named team · captain for all matches wsth out- ·-.dc competition Thirty calibre, fsrins s* expected to be available^ to th» Rif!e C!ub at Carnp Ritchie on ur cfter September !0. it was annoimced The cisib will fire the qualifying course A match on the outdoor range w:ll be fsred Sunday by tne four . club teams. Tanks Beat Leaders i New York. July 22 '.^--Jo« DiMaggio belted a grand slam home run and Lefty Tommy Byrne came through with a op-fMdid relief performance to tea-i the N'ew Vo«-k . Yankees to a 6-5 victory over the American League leading Cleveland Indians tonight. The score: R. H. E Cleveland 5 10 1 LOT OWNERSSotfe UP TO Don't go to the "Lost j and Found" , Look in the Yellow Pages-your Classified Telephone Directory- for Adding Machines Apartments Associations or almost anything else NEW LUMBER Sawed to order Also 2x4, 2x6, 2xS Boards Odd Lots !i Price FORD CAR Phone Frederick 723-M N O T I C E Called Off MIDGET RACES Scheduled for WILLIAMS DROVE SPEEDWAY FRIDAY NIGHT Called Off on Account of Conflictinjj Dates Next Race-BIG CARS SUNDAY. AUGISI 1ST YOU CAN T IQS£/' Ton are playing your cards right when yon bring your radio to The Electronics Shop for repairs. Here you are assured of reliable service fcy experienced radio technicians. Don't gamble with inexperienced repair men. Bring yonr radio to The Electronics Shop, where you cant lose. ELECTRONICS SNO M GOODMAN I I C ^ P A T D I C K ST P»vn* 969 Golden Kev Homes--36 Models $825 to $5455 BUt OH EASY TERMS . **. ·" -"« f - ·· *- '!"""· 3495 VISIT MODEL HOME IrEX DAILY t saiDAY 'TIL J f M. · in, TUCS.. ftlDAY mCNTS 'TIL 9 r. H. «EW wiAtoeuEs. 25. EACH 4 Hooms-- Bath--Expansion Attic Mlt, Lot Ciklm O MIS, Celiijts O MZO, All-Yiar Homes O PREFAB HOMES. Inc., 3535 Pote« St.. Baits. 25, Md. CUrtis 0371 QUALITY Markell Ford Phone 202 Concrete and Cinder Biocks Crushed Stone "Free State" Masonry Mortar Transit-Mix Concrete M. J. Grove Lime Co TELEPHONE FREDERICK 2000 On account of lack of sufficcnt «pacc, 1 will sell at my residence on East Broadwav. T~nion Bridge. Maryland, on TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1948 AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP. D. S. T. UNUSUAL COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE Glass and china, GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK, walnut glass door corner cupboard. 2 pine glass door corner cupboards, cherrv chest of drawers, walnut solid end chest of drapers, walnut cottage bureau, cherry sewing table with 2 drawers, walnut -whatnot with 6 shelves, walnut lift top desk, square pine stand, extra large walnut deep framed mirror, several pine blanket chests, lot of poster beds, several school masters" pine desks. Empire davenport tsmall). 6 kitchen sinks, kitchen safe (tall, pine), pic cupboard, 60 chairs in sets and single, 36 yards rainbow carpet, c\cel!cnt condition. A FINE LOT OF GLASS AND CHINA Lartp bases. Kayo lamps, larsc amount of pattern glass, number of covered compotes including cut log pattern, block and thumb-print celery holders, amber wine set. lot goblets, different designs; old Presidential badges, fans, numerous old bottles and old ink-wells, pewter pieces, ironware, crockery- everything anyone could expect to find in country antique shop, manv rare items not listed. TERMS--Cash in full on day of sale. Lunch on Premises by Church PAUL E. OGLE, Owner T7X1OX BRIDGE, MD. Sale Conducted By EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer Frederick. Md. RAYMOND L. KELLY. Clerk FOR SALE Dairy Farm 235 Acres . Located on Slate road U. S. 15 about 5 miles North of Frederick. Md. 40 cow dairy barn--Washmston Market--Z =»Hos ind other adequate farm buildings. All tillable land can be farmed with tractor. 63 acres of blue crass meadow-land, large shaded stream running through farm. Other improvements ar»--Modern brick mansion home. 14 rooms, bath, -.late roof, oil heat BeautifuHj landscaped. Tenant house. 6 rooms, electricity, runninc water in kitchen. This is one of the best farms in Frederick Ccunty. Very reasonably priced, and owner will finance. M. D. HARP REAL ESTATE AGENCY Phythian Castle Building Frederick, Maryland Phone 729 GORDON SPUBRIER, Broker Res. Phone 544-M HOWARD S. FINK. Rep. Res. Phone 2239-J MEDFORD AUCTION Medford. Carroll County. Maryland. State Road $t. 31. 3 miles South of Westminster on New Windsor Road, alone the Western Maryland Railroad. SATURDAY, JULY 24TH AT 9 O'CLOCK The following- household goods and merchandise will be sold: 4,i horse power Champion outboard motor, never used; electric Refrigerators, ice boxes, gas stoves, oil stoves, cook stoves, bucket-a- day stoves, breakfast sets, dining room suites, living- room suites, bedroom suites, corner cupboard, kitchen cabinets and utility cabinets, small baby washer with wringer, never used; dishes, pots and pans, garden tools. lawn mower, drill press, 36" wood lathe, screen doors and windows, like new; about 25 windows and several good doors, some have glass panels; several sheets of Celetex. window shutters. lot of 2x4 lumber. lot of ^ and 1-inch pipe, about 100 quart and half gallon jars. Many other things too numerous to mention. Baby chicks will be sold at 1 o'clock. NOTE: There will be no more used clothing sold at Medford Auction. Please do not bring it in. The ladies of Meadow Branch Brethren will serve warm lunch. STERLING BLACKSTEX--Auctioneer PAUL GREENE--Clerk RAYMOND "HUGHES--Owner 4-Bedroom All-Brick Dwelling For Sale In Frederick's best restricted residential section nr. park area. Immediate poss. of this splendid home with a flr. plan to meet any of yonr needs and these features:--Tiled bath and pwdr. rm., larger than average liv. nn., fireplace, din. rm.. full "Swanco" cabinet kitchen -with stainless steel tops, full concrete bsmt., tempercd-air F. O. (filtered) heat, SO gal. G. E. hot water heater, laundry tubs, copper pipe throughout, copper spouting, Morgan Gold seal .metal channel windows. You'll agree it is quality built. CONVENIENT TO ALL. SCHOOLS AND TO URBAN BUS Prict'it tor Mmmftlialf* Sale NED S. ZEILER 102 North Court St. Frederick, Md. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE PUBLIC SALE ANTIQUE HOUSE FURNISHINGS, CHINA, GLASSWARE AND TOOLS, OX SATURDAY, JULY 24,1948 AT TEX O'CLOCK A. M., D.S.T. at Mrs. Hester Winebrcnner's Home, the former Michael Residence, at DAYSVTLLE.^ Miles East of WALKERSVILLE, MD. 5-Iessjed drop-leaf walnut table, blanket chest, 6 cane-seated chairs. 15 hard-bottom chairs. 9 rockinsr chairs, schoolmaster's desk. 3 porch chairs. 2 kitchen cupboards, one -with glass doors, kitchen cabinet, corner cupboard. Z loufecs. 2 kitchen safes, 3 bureaus. 3 wardrobes, vanity dresser, folding cot. complete; 2 -wooden beds. 1 iron bed and springs, stands and images, coffee table, sideboard, lontr dark frame mirror. 2 mantel clocks. 1 wall clock, 2 alarra clocks. 2 writing desks (1 pigeon holel. I0-ft. extension table, iron safe suitable for small business (combination perfect), medicine cabinet, clothes tree, lot of old pin cushions, wall brackets, deep frames, old pictures of every kind, doll babies, doll baby bupgy. drophead sewing machine. A-l condition; 2 old quilting- frame sets, curtain stretchers. Aladdin lamp. Moon and Star lamp, oil lamps, electric tamps. 2 feather beds, toilet set, ironin? board and stand, washstand. Axminstcr rag. linoleum rue. hand-made hooked rugs, scatter rues, new pillows, quilts, spreads, linens, quilting patches, lot of woman's wearing apparel, very old and specially kept, china and glassware, ironstone, blue and flowered plates, old black trays and waiters, silverware, knives, forks and spoons, jewelry, bracelets, -watches, earrings, necklaces, pins and brooches, scissors, crochet and knitting needles, fancy -work, boxes, old silken threads ard yarns, old hat pins. Brussels stair carpet and pads, lot of rag carpet, new blankets, linens, yard goods, old scarfs -with Deer cngravin^s. I92S ODSMOBILE SEDAN, low mileage, practically new rubber new gray enamel rustproof kitchen range, new A.G-M. oil hcatrola, used one season; Perfection oil heater, steel drum and kerosene, Lorainc: two or more tons hard coal, lot of stove -wood, -wooden one 4-burncr nil stove and oven, two 3-burner oil stoves and ovens, wheelbarrow, 250 jars canned meat and fruits, lot of preserves, and home-made jellies, home-made soap, old salt box. flat irons, cobbler set. large aluminum kettles. S iron skillets, about 150 pounds granulated sugar, numerous fresh groceries, red and white table cloths and napkins. Young America .32-caIibre revolver, new- pocket knives, 4 boxes of old buttons, pile of boo*;s. pewter sugar bow!, clothes -nringer, new clothes lines and clothes pins, new ice cream freezer, ice refrigerator, cellar tables, glass jars, galvanized tubs, baskets, old fans, bric-a-brac, fancy pieces, ladies' and gent«' shoes and arctics, foot stools, bramble scythe, one-man saw. hand saw, new 5-gal. oil can. new sprinkling can, benches, brooms and mops, new cistern pump. 2 step-ladders, scoop shovel, buckets, and numerous items of every kind not included in this list. TERMS--CASH. Full settlement required on day of sale. Lunch and refreshments will be served by church. MRS. STELLA V. CRUM GLENN TROUT. Auctioneer RAYMOND L. KELLY, CIrrk DR. WALTER SNOW OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined -- Glasses Fitted 41 North Market St. Phone 835 AIR CONDITIONED CANDIES JOHNSTONS--LOWXEYS PAGE SHAW--APOLLO BRACHS BLUE RIDGE NEWS AGENCY 101 E. Patrick St.. Frederick. Md. FOR SALE MODERN HOME On Exceptionally Well Planted Large Lot West Side Jefferson Boulevard BRADDOCK HEIGHTS OIL HEAT Insulated--Storm Windows-Screens BUS SERVICE Call Braddock Heights 3852 For Appointment To Inspect RALPH CRANE Exclusive Asent Summer Specials REX-SAY ELECTMC FAN 10" oicillctiRS ' =n - Chro- miuni-ploied blcdes. 55 vrnlts. 1950 SeU Gzl; it Sat Stvu REX-RAY ELECTRIC FAN S-inch stationery tan. Chrome-plated 40 watts. 2000 R?M, Stld Osiy it fe^lliit Cut Sb« CAPE COD PLAIN 1 GALLON JUS Kesps food and liquids hot or cold, lightweight Picnic Jug . . SM Ca!f It D.II SUtlt WILLIAMSONS DRUG STORE -| Want Extra F-" CASH in a /| j ^ *-;: HURRY? Just Phone *.i ft - . '% : s Furnish us with a few ^4 ! * simple facts--tell us how Jj2 ? -~ mueh to set aside-for you. | jS i * The monev most likely jtj t," -will be ready for you by 2j| T the time it will take you t- J j to reach our ofnce. ^ fel §25.00 to $300.00 H f^f _ ^ _ -- ~TM LINCOLN LOAN IDS Patrick St. Phone 1270 , DON'T BE AlWXtD SHE'S ALWftS eUNHW '«**· lift A CUStVM WITH HtC HEM) Of H BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS W!li be needed this year So meet Increased proauction costs Producing Good Chicks is Our Busin -ss Maryland - U S Approved Puilorum Pa«sed Hatchery I^atest Pi ices. TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Bronze and White Bolland Write for Catalogue and CHICK HATCHERY PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE Pursuant to the Power of Sale con- ! tamed in the last Will and Testament j of fMa J. Swomley. recorded among ! FOR SALE the Will Records in the o3sce of the j _ , , , . Register of Wills for Frederick Cosin- . · .f 00 TM- *ra=ae. slate roo*. modern ty dated June 25 1945 aad an Order! dwelling, well constructed, beautiful of the Orphans' Court for Frederick *y~- eoraer J ot in resident!*! section County, dated June 21. 1948. the us- , of BTUES-AIC* on thru street to Tni- dersigned Executor wall oGer at pub- enck. Age and health is only reason lie sale %t the Court House Door m for sellieg Good purchase. Many other listings in and out ot Frederick When buying or selling real estate be sure to consult with HOWARD A. GHOSS Realtor 9 Court Su Frederick K. L. ZENT2 Frederick. Maryland, oc SATURDAY. THE S*TH. DAY OF JULY. 1S48. at the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m.' all the following described! real estate ; of which the said Ella J. Swomiey j died seized aad possessed, to-wit: S All thai real estate consisting o f " pho __ a ~» two farms lying contiguous to each. other, containing 273 acres, more or : less. unproved -Aitb. twelve-room " stone mansion house with electricity, j slate roof, outside bake oven, stone S ~--*---- · - - - - wood shed with slate roof, ice bouse j with slate roof, stone dairy barn with j ATTENTIONS RETIRING FARMERS slate roof, stone meat house and wash- , We have to offer you within short house combined, w ith slate roof.' walk of stores school at johnsviUe frame Dank bam with li'iJe roof, size a very fine property of nearly an acre. 50'xlO5". confining 20 sta'-chions and . Large garden space, nice pasture lot in equipped for Baltimore market: con- ' alfalfa, plenty fruit, grand shaded erele block dairy house, two chicken lawn- Lovely 7-room home in excellent houses, hog pen and wagon shed, condition with elec new ·-'ater'sys- Some distance from the mansion tem. nice porches, beautiful ,view*. 2 house there is also a wagon shed and poultry houses (one new with piped chicken house ·.vaten. meat, summer hog houses. There is reserved from this prop- ' garage, etc. Well fenced. Everything erty and sale sn electric water pump. , neat nicely painted. Must be seen tank and Columbian oil burning floor lo be appreciated. For quick sale at furnace 'S7.0OO Contact R. L. Zentz. STHOtST This tract of land has about 65 , REALTY, exclusive brokers. Taney- acres pasture. 55 acres woodland and , lid. Ph. 158-J. the balance tillable j Title deeds to the above described - propertv being as follows- , ! (1) Deed from Walker NeiH Jolliffe. i Assienee. to Elisha C Swomley (who j ---·--·_- oredeceased the said Ella J. S-.vom- ' 6 room brick house In good condi- lev) aid Ella 3 Swomlev. as joint I ®on. bath, furnace, about 4 blocks from i tenants, daied May 29. 1929. and re- j center of town. Early poss. i corded in Liber No 370 folio 441 c. j 6 room semi-brick bungalow, h. -w. · one of the Land Records for Freder- : 3oors. garage, steam heat, tile bath, ick Countv. : concrete basement. N. section of town. (2 The "second parcel described in · Quick poss. a deed from Clavton O Keedv and . ·» room modern bungalow, steam Edward S. Delaplaine. Trustees, to ' heat. h. w floors, immediate pos*. Eiisha C. Swomlev (wh-» predeceased t 8 room modern apt. bouse. * room I Ella J Swomlev)"and Ella J. Sworn- : a=d bath on each floor, h. w. floors. ley. as ioint tenants, dated December concrete basement. Quick poss. 14. 1922. and recorded in Liber No. j 5 room modern frame house, steam ' 340. folio 563. one of the Land He- : heat, garage. X. section. Early poss. ' cords for Frederick Countv. ' Green house property and contents. ! Terms of sale--Cash on dav of sale ; well established business, well loc»t*4 or upon ratification thereof by the , in Frederick. Immediate poss. Cou--t I HARRY 2. MOHLER I A deposit of $2.000 00 will be re- , Keal Estate quired of the purchaser on dav of 113 East Third St. Phone 2074 sale- ' Possession to be given subject to ; tenanvs r : gh:s- Taxes to be adjusted to dav of sale ! Cost of conveyancing and federal ; revenue stamps at the expense of the j purchaser. I HARRY E. MOHLER " C. BOHN 53-A. C-room frame house, electric, *« at *°« se «««. »" "Idgs. «»- EKICK. A BODY CORPORATE. | der metal roof, fair repair, some tim- Executor. j ber. good meadow. 2nd. grade dairy. j half hay crop and 2 acres tomatoes ! go with farm, early possession. Owinx | to age and sickness tnis place has been } reduced for quick sale to only f 6.500. Owner desires quick sale. Willam M- Storm. Attorney. U. Grant Hooper. Auctioneer. HAROLD U. FRUSHOUR Do not hesitate to consult this office on Fire. Automobile. Compensation or any other Insurance matters HAROLD U. FKUSHOUR ZS West Patrick St. Phone 1155 Frederick. Md. MURRAY C. BOHS Real Estate Phcoe Onion Bridge, lid-. 9-1 DAVID O. GRIFFIN JEWELRY INSURANCE If you should lose the stone, o? course you'd feel terrible--especial!-if it wasn't insured. You may care a lot and yet be careless about your rings and other jewelry. You may lea-v-e them in a ivashroom or elsewhere That's when insurance pays. Give us a ring today about our rmg insurance. DAVID O. GRIFFIN INSURANCE 27 X. Court St. Phone 600 PEOPLES FINANCE CO. G. H. MERCKR SONS ' 4 room modern bungalow with I steam heat, immediate possession. j 6 room brick dwelling in western J section, oil heat, cement basement. laundry tubs, immediate poss. j 8 room modem brick dwelling con- J sistmg of 2 complete 4 room apart- · merits, northern section. Price reduced for quick sale. /^ i 6 room modern brick dwelling. steam heat is-Ith stoker, hardwood ' floors, cement basement, garage, ex- i tra lot. S13.500. 8 room modem brick dwelling ia · northern section, immediate poss. i ~ acres improved with 7 room mod| em dwelling 4 miles west of city. I Immediate possession. S6.750. 33 acres improved with 7 room , dwelling. 4 J ~ miles west of Iinmed. poss. GRAYSON H- MERCER SOSS Real Estate Loans Insurance Loans can be obtained here by both Pvthian Castle Bids i men and women, single or married. * i in all types of employment and all j walks of life. Anyone past twenty' one with regular income and the ability to make monthly, seroi-month- Iv pavments may receive a loan cere. ! PEOPLES FINANCE CO. 11 North Court St. Phone 1473 (A home small loan Company) Phone 53T BIDDIE BANTERS BY HfflCHERY DELBERT S. NULL HOUSES 1 acre improved with 4-room dwelling, electricity, well water, all necessary outbuildings, located near Point of Rocks Priced to sell. · 6-room modem frame house, hard, wood floors, could be used for two S families. Located in Brunswick, Md i - LOTS j 67x187--West Second Street, city. : 75x187--Upper College Ter. city. | 59x132--Corner of Ninth ar.d blotter i Ave,. citv | 90x110--Bradaock Heights. Md. { DELBERT S NULL Auctioneer Real Estate Insurance 26 W. Patrick St. Phone 1155 ; Modem brick dwelling on Military ! Road Close to entrance to Camp Detnck 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_ S Market St. and E 2nd Street. Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings, well located. RALPH W. BOYER BOYER INSURANCE AGENCY i Frederick Representative For j Murray C. Sohn I No. 1 N. Court St. Tele. 2214 . KEY CHEV. SALES. INC * IT WILL PAY YOU I to insist on Genuine Chevrolet Parts -whenever repairs are · CITY HOMES FOR SALS '. Six rooia modern brick residence, j · Xo. 3 West Seventh Street. Priced for a quick sals i Eight room brick dwelling, oil heat . bath West Third Street. Immediate I possession, owner changing residence i Modern residence, sue rooms, oil j · heat, h a r d \v o o d floors. Garage j 1 Grounds landscaped with lovely 1 ! shrubbery and trees Owner leaving i ' city, j^arly possession. Western sec- j , lion. i j For further particulars, apply: ! i XOAH E CRAilSR Sz SOX ; Realtors i 114 X Court St. Frederick:. Md. made on your Chevrolet car or truck- Genuine parts always fit right and insure maxium perform ance. We use only genuine Chevrolet parts in our service dept. Let Key Care for Yo-Jt Car! KEY CHEVROLET SALES, TNC. 106 B: Patrick St. Phone 707 100 W SCNJTH ST ] 6 rm. mod ideal home, completely , remodeled, ndwd a , separate entrance large rm. for commercial purposes. if desired, good location 5 nri mod bungalow. 1 acre, nr i Fred'ik.. rnacad. rd Lovely view. S7 500. 1 Mod bungalow- garage, city. Coriv . located. Poss 30 days. S5.700 6 rm mod bungalow, double gar. large lot, close Fred'k. on highway. S9.500. 6 rm stone bur?a!ow. rood to inin- j ute. W. section. Price reduced. 1 3-story Colonial apt house. 4 apts. garages, ideal location 5 rm. apt 1st fl. Poss. 60 das. SI5.000. 39 acre farm. St highway, mod i house, reasonably priced ~ ; 116 acre dairy farm. SI.400 monthly , milk ck. master house, also tenant hs. all mod. bldgs 30 da poss $13 000 Complete stock and full equip, can be also purchased S7.000. 46-acre stock farm, good house and outbuildings, elec. water. 2 trout streams. Crops included. Poss. 30 days. Good road. S6.000 3-story residence In business sec, tion. Large front easily converted to i commercial front 3 partly finished apts on 2nd and 3rd fl. SI5.500. j Other homes, commercial prop. inc. l factory sites and ideal farms Buv or Sell--Consult us First FRANKLIN D MILLER EVELYN M. MILLER Heal Estate--Insurance I EMMERT R, BOWLUS £ j COUXTHY HOMES ' Jefferson 3Kd. at Sraddock Heights, l beautiful elevation aad valley view. i S rooms, bath, lavatory, large closet | space, attsc. frame modern dwelling. | r.ew automatic oil heat system. 2 car garage Dwelling papered and painted interior in past year. Lot 80x200 ft, also extra lot. Possession September Jst. Priced for quicfe sale. Inquire now for appointment f«r inspection Country home on Route 240. seven miles south Frederick, all modern 12- room dwelling, beautiful shrubbery, good outbuildings. 3 acres of land.* Possession to suit. 12 room frame, all modern, automatic heat in country home at Woodsoro. good outbuildings, all recently painted, excellent condition. House suited for 2 family occupancy. 9 acres of land with road fror.taee VALLEY STOCK FARM 146 acres in upper Middletown Valley 31 cres in fine timber, balano in pasture and cultivation i room Br house, large bank barn on Balto. milk aiarket. S9.000 for quick sale Possession late fall or April 1st. 19491 Other fine farms and country properties, -ity properties, small country- home Inquire at this office. ( EMMERT R BOWLUS * Sfll. ^* ate --Insurance--Auctioneer 100 W. Church St. Frederick, Md. Phone 885 Salesmen Horace ^M. Alexander -- R. L. K«lly SPAPFRf

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