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SATURDAY EVENING, x HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH OCTOBER 10, 1914.
A Telcgrapb Wait Afl Will Co lit# Over 23»fW loics Every lime It Is In DEED ZIGNEiI On October 7, 1914, Charles E. Zigner, at 1 P. SI., at this late residence. In Goldsboro, Pa., aged <6 years. Funeral on Monday. October 12, at 10 A. SL, from his late homo. Burial at Paddletown Cemetery. The relatives and friends are invited to attend with out further notice. REESE Cornelius E. Reese died Fri day, October 9, 1914, at 5:15 o'clock, aged 37 years, 11 months and 15 days. Funeral services will be held Tues day, October 13. 1914, from the home of his parents. Twenty-eighth and Elm streets, Penbrook, Pa., at 10 o'clock. Services and burial strictly private. JAUSS —On October 7. 1914, Sirs. Anna C. Jauss. widow of the late Christian E Jauss. s her home, 1113 North Sixth stree after a few days Illness, aged 85 ye: I. Funeral oi. Stonday, October 12, at 2:30 P. SI . from the home or her son, Dr. L E. Jauss. 1323 North Sixth street. Burial private. The relatives and friends are invited to attend without further notice. LUiiT LOST On Thursday afternoon, on Front street, between Locust and Blackberry avenue, a long bar pin of diamonds and two pearls. Reward if returned to 111 North Front street. LOST Gold bracelet, with Initials A. G. S, at qarnival or between carni val and Fifteenth and Derry streets. Reward if returned to 1512 Derry street. LOST A light tan raincoat, large size, was lost Friday near Seventeenth and Chestnut streets. Return to Tele graph Office and receive reward. LOST Lady's small gold watch on Market street. Identified by boy's pic ture in same. Reward if returned to thlg office. FOUND FOUND The home of reliable work for particular people, at Egbert's Steam Dyeing &■ French Cleaning Works, 1245 Slarket street. Call either phone, we'll do the rest. 11E LP \\ AN TED—Male WANTED A strong, willing boy for work in shipping room. Wages, $5.00. Address P. O. Box 38Q. WANTED An experienced butler; reference required. 612 North Front street. WANTED— Strong boy to work in grocery store. Slust be able to ride blcvcle. Apply 2015 North Sixth street. PRIVATE INSTRUCTION, Day and Evening, in Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship, Speed Dictation, etc. Assistance given in securing positions. Special inducement is offered you to be gin now. Call or address Merle E. Keller, Room 309, Patriot Bldg., 11 N. Second street. ARUY OF UNITED STATES. MEN WANTED. Ableboaied, unmarried men between agis of 18 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write the English language. *or Information apply to Recruiting Officer, Bergner Building, 3d & Market fets., Harrisburg; 48 N. Queen St.. Lancaster; 353 Pine St., Wllliamsport. ur it W. Slarket St., York, Pa. LARGE CORPORATION, doing a million-dollar yearly business has en gaged us to employ an energetic, trust worthy man in each county in Pennsyl vania to look after their business there; big advertising campaign has just been , started, and must engage representa- I t lvo at once; experience unnecessary, if j ■(willing to hustle; state age, three ref-| and how long you have lived In your town; salary, to start, $2.50 BL dav: permanent position with advance- j me'nt; we will charge you no fee for ob taining the position for you. Address National Employment Bureau. Position I N2, Box 5230, Boston, Mass. I ""government EX.-..NATIONS ! Thorough instruction, $5. Returned if not appointed. Particulars free. American Civil Service School, Wash- , lngton, D. C. I WANTED Solicitor to canvass | hieh-grade proposition. Call between ; 8 30 and 9:30 A. M. or 4:30 to 5:30 P. SI. I Kellberg Studio, 302 Slarket street. CARPENTERS WANTED 35 cents per hour to first-class mechanics. Ap §ly Tenth and Market streets, English ros. | FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS AND SALES MANAGERS WANTED IN PRINCIPAL CENTERS to open demonstrating and salesrooms to sell the famous Safety Vapor Burner, i which is a revolution in heating and cooking. Slakes a perfect gas in your own home. Cheapest and best fuel j known. Unlimited selling possibilities. I MAKE YOUR FORTI'NE OUT OF THIS i INVENTION No canvassing. High-class business j with responsible company. Requires S3OO to S6OO to carry line fully protect- j ed. If von want a good thing act quick- i ly, as the territory is rapidly being as signed. Address EMPIRE COMPANY OF AMERICA, 33 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 2,349 EXTRA Railway Slail Clerks to be appointed. Commence $75.00 month. Pull unnecessary. Examinations com ing everywhere. Sample questions free. Franklin Institute. Dept. 362-S, Rochester. N. Y. AUTO TRANSPORTATION SCHOOL wants men to become practical chauf feurs. We give u full course for $35, Including driving and repairing auto mobiles. taking In all technical parts. Hundreds of positions waiting for com petent men. Easy payments. Make a - plication at once. 5 North Ctmeron street. SIEN Start a pleasant business of your own at home. Pays $75 to SIOO monthly. Spare time should net SSO. Energy and brains only capital requir ed. Complete particulars and working plan by mall, SI.OO. Address Elmer, Box 68, York, Pa. WANTED Local agent for Pond j Portiere Wardrobe. A money-maker for you. Particulars upon request. Rut land Garment Co., Rutland, Vt. EVERYWHERE Good pay to men willing to distribute circulars, samples, tack signs, etc. No canvassing. Conti nental Register. Chicago. / = > FOR SALE CAMP HILL LOTS Bel voir Avenue—4oxl2s ft. (Lots Nos. 42 and 43). East side of street . .., S.IOO Belvolr Avenue— East side. (Nos 66 and 67), 40x125 ft *325 Belvolr Avenue— Three squares W from trolley at Oyster's Point—plot 60x126 ft., to a 15 ft. alley .... S3OO Bowman and Logan Avea.—south west corner, plot 50x150 ft ... f6SO 17 Lots—on Heyd, and Slain streets. Bargain Prices Locust Street—4oxl4o ft., east side of street. (Lots Nos. 51 and 52, *6OO Market and Harris Streets—north west corner, 60x about 230 ft.. Special Price Market Street —loox3oo ft., 200 ft. west of the southwest corner of Market and Rupp streets ... $1,300 Walnut and Moore Street—north west corner, plot 180x167% ft.,' (1,400 Miller Bros. & Neefe REAL ESTATE * Fire Insurance Surety Bonds Locust and Court Streeta | 11K..P WANTED Mate $2,500 TO *5.000 YEARLY easily I earned In Real Estate business. Our I system Insures success. Expert knowl i edge given In fhort time; spare time 1 starts you. William Brechler, Pltts | burgh. Pa. • I GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy Ito get. My free booklet Y-372, tells I how. Write to-day—NOW. Earl Hop kins. Washington. D. C. ' WANTED Men to sell ornamental ] stock in towns. Good Seed line. Start iat once. HeiTick Seed Company. Ro j Chester, N. Y. I I WILL PAY honest men up to SSO ! monthly Spare time. Home work. No ! canvassing. No capital. Mail Order ! Business. Voorhies. Desk 114. Omaha, Neb. i SONG POEMS WANTED —We will (compose music and arrange for publl- I cation immediately. Dugdale Co. Studio, I 492, Washington, D. C. WANTED Colored boy to deliver i orders and work around place; must be ! neat and polite; one with wheel pre ferred. Apply Thorley's Tea Room. SBO MONTHLY AND EXPENSES to ! travel, distribute samples and take orders or appoint agents; permanent. Jap-American Co.. Chicago. $2,500 ANNUALLY. Co-operate with !me evenings at home. Everything fur -1 nished. Don't worry about capital. Boyd H. Brown, Omaha, Neb. AGENTS WANTED WE WANT HUSTLERS in your vi cinity; our new line sells wherever I phones are used; send postal. Mercer Specialty Co., Box 20T1. Philadelphia, Pa. AGENTS We have something dif ferent. Fast selling specialty. Good Firofits. Write to-day lor our free il ustrated booklet. The Franklin Speci alty Co., Quakertown, Pa. AGENTS on commission or straight salary basis. Splendid article easily carried. Booklet and terms, free. Janay Products Co., Dept. A, 3.24 Dia mond street. Pittsburgh, Pa. U. S. GOVERNMENT uses Richmond Chemical Extinguishers that kills gaso line fires. Auto and factory sizes. Dis trict Managers make 500 per cent, profit. Auto free Richmond Chemical Co.. Desk 644, Wheeling, W. Va. AGENTS Earn big money selling our high-grade specialty. Everybody buys. 100 per cent, profit. Write to day. The Moore Co, 5423 Addison street, Philadelphia. Fa. AGENTS Men and women, for big best seller out. Splendid profits. For free particulars write Hazleton Special Products Co., 710 Markle Bank Building, Hazleton, Pa. AGENTS We have a useful article needed in every home. Fastest seller. Splendid profits. Particulars free. The Stanley Supply Co., Box 639, Philadel phia, Pa. AGENTS lf you want a fast-sellinpr article send for ours; over 100 per cent, profit for you. Something new; sells on sight. Justice Novelty Co., Wil liamsburg, Pa. AGENTS You want what the other fellow needs. We have both. Just patented "DORSECURE." Weighs two ounces. Prevents BURGLARY. Pre paid. fifty cents. 100 per cent, profit. Send for booklet SI. Opportunity. Na tional Dorsecure Co., No. 189 Slyrtle avenue, Jersey City. N. J. AGENTS We have what you want. Send to-day for free particulars about our specialty. Allison Supply Co., Dept. B. Box 34, Harrisburg. Pa. AGENTS Slake $200.00 per month selling Gold and Silver Sign Letters. No experience necessary. Easy to put up. Outfit Free with special offer. Sandusky Letter Co.. Sandusky, Ohio. AGENTS A new article of merit. Sells on sight. Write for sample. Chalfont Specialty Company, P. O. Box 736. Philadelphia, Pa. AGENTS WANTED FOR BEST SELL ING BOOK published. One Agent"sold 36 the first day; another, 138 the first five days. Earn SIO.OO to $25.00 weekly during spare time. Write for best terms and free outfit. H. G. Landis' Sons. Reading, Pa. SALESMEN WANTED SALESMAN Sell Hogs. Co-opera tive "lan. Experienced man will have no trouble taking orders for us in Har risburg. Prospects unlimited. Big commissions. National Hog Co., 1 West Thirty-fourth, New York. SALESSIEN We desire a forceful and aggressive salesman for high class calendar, leather and novelty line to represent us in Harrisburg, also for several counties in Pennsylvania. Will consider applications only from men of reliable character and real selling ability. Thos, J. Beckman Co., 827 Fil bert street, Philadelphia, Pa. EXPERIENCED, capable salesman to travel for old established house with line that sells to practically all classes of merchants. High commissions, with weekly advance, to right man. D. W. Barrows, Detroit. Slich. SALESMEN WANTED Experience unnecessary, easy work, hig pay. Write for large list of openings offering op portunities to earn SIOO to SSOO a month while you learn. Address nearest office. Dept. 244. National Salesmen's Training Association, Chicago, New York, Kan sas City, San Francisco. HELP WANTED—FemaIe WANTED White girl for general housework; must sleep at home. Apply Bell 5, Garfield Apartments, 21 North Fifth street. WANTED Girl for general house work; good place to right party. Apply 3003 Riverside Drive. Riverside. GIRLS WANTED to learn the trade of cigar making, packing and in the shipping dept. Apply Harrisburg Cigar Co., No. 5001 Race St. WOULD you work for $15.00 per week, 8 hours a day? Woman wanted to distribute free packages Borax Washing Powder. Ward Soap Co., 216 Institute Place, Chicago. DO you want another $2 daily? No experience, constant spare time work Knitting Hosiery. Slachlne furnished on contract. We take product. Helping Hand Stores (Inc.), Dept. 855, Chicago. LADIES Earn neat Income, all or spare time, at home, making plain aprons. Dime for beginner's outfit W Sargent. Salamanca, N. Y. SELL DRESS GOODS AND HOSIERY direct from maker to wearer bv samples. All grades. Cotton, wool and silk. Domestic staples and imported fancy novelties. Many making over $30.0n weekly. Spare or all time No experience. Permanent. Credit given. Steadfast Slills, Dept. S-13, Cohoos, N Y WANTED Girl for general office work; stenography not required. Ad dress G„ 1674, care of Telegraph. LEARN DRESSMAKING Perfect Fitting is taught by measure ment. Cut own patterns. It's the only way to learn dressmaking right. 7'ake own dresses while learning. Night and day classes. Write, or call. Work's Dressmaking School, 22 North Fourth street BUSINESS WOSIAN'S SIAGAZINE The New Magaslne of Business for Women everywhere? Its pages replete with helpful articles for women in busi ness as well as for the girl desirous of entering Into business eample copv 20 cents. Deecrlptlve circular free Busi ness Woman's Stagazine, LB. 18, Lan caster, Pa. HELP WANTED —Female WANTED Experienced operators for Loysville Shirt Factory. Apply at once to Loysville. Pa. WANTED Girl or settled woman for housework; prefer country girl or woman, \pply Keystone Cycle Co., 814 North Third street. WANTED Office girl, having gram mar school education: knowledge of shorthand and typewriting not requir ed. Address Office, care of the Tele graph. HKM* WANTED—MaIe "■»<! Female WANTED Ten men and ten wo men to appear on stage. Apply stage entrance, Slajestic Theater. 9 A. SI.. Slonday. i SITUATION WANTED —MALE WANTED Young man, with office and selling experience, wants position; food references; start at once. Address „ 1682, care of Telegraph. SITUATIONS WANTED —Female WORK WANTED by a German wo man, in small family; general house work; no washing. Apply 615 South Front street, Steelton. Pa. WANTED By colored woman, place as cook, or general housework. 555 North alley. ■WANTED Experienced house keeper wants position, or will help in kitchen Apply 273 Briggs street. WANTED Young lady stenog rapher. experienced in general office work, desires position; can furnish best of reference. Address X., 1685, care of Telegraph. WANTED By a colored woman, washing and Ironing. Address Rachel Dolman, 1425 New Fourth street. WANTED Colored woman wants day's work. Call 1410 North Seventh street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Two 2H -story frame houses, new, Nos, 3320 and 3322 North Sixth street; all Improvements; steam heat; granolithic walks. Inquire Shreiner's Store, on premises. $2,300 WILL BUY the improved brick house at 1610 Catharine street. No 214 Crescent street for sale brick house lot, 18.4x160. Bell Realty Co., Berg ner Building. FOR. SALE Suburban home within borough limits, nearby town; 7-room house; all conveniences; 2V4-acres pro ductive ground; lots of fruit; building, 12x16, easily convert*. into garage. Ad dress Box 1684, care Cf Telegrap^. FOR SALE—Camp Hill home. Eight room house, including bath, porch on three Slodern improvements, such as electric lights, cemented cellar, granolithic pavements, terraces, grass plots and shrubbery. Lot, 100 ft. by 200 ft. planted with 60 fruit trees, most of which are bearing choice fruit and in large quantities. Chicken houses and yards enough to accommodate 200 chicken#. For further information ap ply at property. Wm. R. Cocklin, Wal nut street, Dale Estate, Camp Hill. FOR SALE At Edgemont, one-half mile north of Penbrook on Twenty third street, one six-room house, $1,200. Some others at S4OO, six rooms; lots, 30 xl2o. Address G. S. Hartman, 38 North Twelfth street, Harrisburg. FOR SALE 3-story brick dwelling; well arranged; unusually light and cheerful. 202 Harris street. FOR SALE Corner lot. Front and Hamilton streets, 52x125, at a bargain. Apply 1700 North Second street. FOR SALE 162 Acres IV4 miles north of Sliddlesex level land brick and frame house frame bank barn. Price, $6,500.00 —$5,000.00 can re main at 5 per cent. Brinton-Packer Co., Second and Walnut streets. CORNER PROPERTY FOR SALE No. 15 South Nineteenth street hard wood floors —• 8 rooms bath gas— electric light steam heat lot, 18x 90. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building. FOR SALE No. 331 Hummel Street —three-story brick 8 rooms bath gas furnace porch lot, 128 feet deep to paved alley. Price, $3,000, Bell Realty Co.. Bergner Building. ANNOUNCEMENT (Sloney) Business (Railroads) work on schedule. Owing to large practice (office) is forced to use same plan. Have (404) farms for sale Scranton to Har risburg and Hazleton (Pottsville) to Willlamsport. Advertise in (70) papers. Slake (4 to 6) trips daily, using (2) au tomobiles. Time (is) money. Corre spondence by mail is slow and many come after sale. For quick information use telephones, special hours (7 to 8) mornings and evenings. Bell 11-R (and) United 140-E. ENCOURA iEMENT (Shape) of (squa i) two farms join ing each other (100 nd 118) making to gether (218) acrei at only (sl9) an acre. Possession at once. Terms ($500) cash ($1,000) more January and bal ance (easy payments). Good Buildings and painted valued alone ($3,600). Stone (spring) house and meadows, (40) acres thrifty woodland. (2) Orchards. Handy to Trolley, Railroad and (3) mil© to Slarket (10.000) people. Great opportunity for man with (large) fam ily at (Half Price). VAIUBYKONTE (Ideal Location) on State Road be tween large markets (2) mile to rail road station, handy to schools, churches, stores. (70) acres only ($3,- 200) spot cash or ($3,300) half on time. Cozy Brick Home, double norch (f>4) feet long (S) wide, large window panes and (new) metal roof. Large Bank Barn, new hog pen, water at all build ings, two fruit orchards, land like a floor, loam soil, creek and fine meadow. Handy to good neighbors at Cross Roads and means a great (bargain). GEO. B. OSTRANDER. Danville Phone Hours Sunbury 7 to 8 Slorning and Evening. $4,500 WILL BUY two Penn street properties three-story brick houses 8 rooms bath gas furnace porch near Maclay street. Get par ticulars. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building. FOR SALE Two houses belonging to the estate of Dickinson MacAUister deceased. One property Is the stone bungalow on the river side of Front street above the Fishing Creek M E Church, 350 feet, more or less, of river front; and the other, a two-story frame house on a lot about 50 ft. by 300 ft on Front street below the Fort Hunter Hotel, with the trolley stopping at the rear of the lot. Dauphin Deposit Trust Company 213 Slarket street. REAL ESTATE FOR SALIS " 34 N. THIRTEENTH ST.—2 % -story frame dwelling will be sold occu pied by owner lnspect the property and see us for price. Miller Bros & Neefe. FOR SALE No. 223 Union avenue; three-story frame house. Further information, asl: Schmidt, Florist. 313 Market street. REAL ESTATE For Sale or Exchange FOR SALE"OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY - 2%-story frame dwelling located at Washington Heights 7 rooms, bath and vapor heat porches lot, 66x170. Brinton- Packer Co.. Second and Walnut streets. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FOR HK.\T No. 1843 Whitehall St $35.00 No. 1850 Market St So.OO No. 1628 Regina St 25.00 No. 1821 Slarket St -» °9 No. 441 S. Fourteenth St 20.00 No. i 835 Spencer 17.00 I No. 1120 N. Cameron St 10.00 j Slodern Apartment 25.00 J. E GIPPLE, j 1251 Slarket Street. i FOR RENT —At Bella Vista, fur- I nished house 7 rooms all improve | ments for six months two mln- I utes' to trolley. A bargain. Address I George SI. Kautz, New Cumberland. Pa. Bell phone 3136 R. ' FOR RENT Nos. 461 and 455 Cres cent street; new eight-room houses; all conveniences; large front porch; central location; rent, S2O each. Apply at 459 Crescent street. FOR RENT House at White Hill; all improvements; lot, 70x119; rent rea sonable. Apply 354 Kelker street. W. H. Snook. FOR RENT Three-story br»ck house. 1943 North Fourth street; nine rooms and bath; all modern conveni ences; Immediate possession; rent, $18.50. Apply Penn'a Realty & Improve ment Co., 132 Locust street. APAlii MEN Tis FOR RENT WE have just the apartment you have been looking for, with all modern conveniences and in a pleasant and de sirable location. Rental reasonable. Penna. Realty Company, 132 Locust street. FOR RENT—Third floor flat; 2 rooms, hall, use of bath, light; clean, com fortable, rent reasonable, possession at once. Apply No. 230 North Fifteenth street. City. FOR RENT Four, five or seven room apartments at 100 Hamilton street. Hot water. Two apartments with river view. Apply 1700 North Second street. FOR RENT Second floor two and four-room apartments, furnished or un furnished; bath; rent reasonable; all conveniences. 621 North Second street. Bell phone 620 W. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished rooms, single or en-suite; all conveniences, in cluding phone; reference required. Ap ply 1015 North Front street FOR RENT Furnished rooms on second floor front and back: single or en-suite, with board; private family; home comforts; two minutes' walk from Capitol. Phone 818 L, Bell. FOR RENT Nicely unfurnished front room; private family. Inquire 105 South River avenue, third house from Chestnut street. TWO furnished or unfurnished rooms for rent, with hot water heat and use of bath; three minutes' walk from Slarket Square. Apply 226 South Sec ond street. FOR RENT Furnished room, with large bay window; all conveniences. Also transient roomers. Apply second apartment of Hoffman Apartments, Fifth and Slarket streets. FOR RENT One newly furnished room, fronting on Capitol Park; elec tric lights; hot and coM running water in room; use of phone and large bath. Apply 410 North street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished sec ond floor room; weil heated; all mod ern conveniences; private family. No. 259 North street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room; all conveniences; rent reasonable. Ap ply 710 North Sixth street. FOR RENT —Two unfurnished rooms on third floor; use of bath, light and heat. Call 2333 Jefferson street. ItOOSI FOR RENT All conveni ences and use of phone; strictly pri vate family. Address A. E. 8., care of Telegraph, or phone 2188 W. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 209 State; finest location in the city; all conveniences; pleasant first floor par lor and bedroom second floor front, single or en suite, and third floor front. UNFURNISHED ROOMS UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping, with or without kitchenette; all outside rooms, nicely papered, new and strictly up-to date; stoves furnished free; laundry, phone and bathroom privileges. Inquire office, 429 Broad street, or Janitor. Room 6, same buildlncr. ROOMS AND HOARD FOR RENT Furnished rooms and boarding by meal, day or week. Ap ply 1001 North Second street, corner Boas and Second streets. WANTED WANTED To rent, small apart ment of three or four rooms, with pri vate bath; possession wanted at once; location west of Fourth street and north of Locust street. Address J., 1686, care of Telegraph. WANTED Lady would like to have clerical work to do at home in the evening or afternoon and evening. In quire R. R., care of Telegraph. FOR SALE FOR SALE Harley-Davls motor cycle. 2-speed, 1914 model; equipment cost $400; will sacrifice. Apply H. T. Campbell. 24 South Front street. Steel ton. FOR SALE Send 25c for a beauti ful pack of Assorted Quilt Patches. Over 3,000 packs has been sold last year. Address Valley Supply Co., Dept. 48, Shiremanstown, Pa. FOR SALE THREE-TON Slorton Truck, platform body; two-ton Slorton Truck, coal body, with hydraulic hoists; tliree-ton Kelly Truck, platform body. Packard Motor Car Company, 107 Slarket street. FINE AND COMPLETE LINE AUTO ROBES. Steamer Rugs, Car riage Robes. Horse Blankets and Stable Blankets. Harrisburg Harness & Sup ply Company. Second and Chestnut streets. Good as new Hupmobile Road ster ($1,050 grade of the "1915" model). Will sell at great sacri fice, as owner has purchased a "Light Six Cylinder" Haynes and has no use for both cars. Car has only been run a few weeks. 'Har risburg Auto Company. FOR SALE One double heater, good as new. Apply 1808 Zarker street. FOR SALE A furnace. In good condition. Very cheap If sold at once. Apply 710 North Sixth street. FOR SALE 1914 Vulcan roadster; only used 6,000 miles; will sell for $360; regular $750 value. Apply Penbrook Garage. Bell phone 11561* SQUARE PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP to quick buyer. Call at 230 Sayford avenue. FOR SALE Pair white black and tan Beagles. 15-tnch. They are thor oughly broken. If Interested come and see them work. Evans and Smith, Dllls burgr, Pa. FOR SALE Stock and fixtures of grocery store in suburban section. Greater part trade cash. Property for sale or rent. Will give reason for sell ing to buyer. Address E., 1678. care of Telegraph. FOR BALIE CARDS on 1419 til# Telegraph Buatntsa Offlca. FOR SALE FOR SALE Rabbit hound, extra flue; will sell cheap; guaranteed right. Edgar C. Smith, Box 215 DUlsburg. Pa. FOR SALE One large cabinet gas range in good condition. Must be sold at once. 2124 Green street. FOR SALE Small grocery, doing food, cash business; good opportunity or the right party; can be bought at Inventory. Address \V„ 1679, care of Telegraph. FOR SALE A few wagons left, suitable for most all rurposes; to clean them out, cheap to quick buyer. J. E. Gross, Hill Wagon Shop, 1641 Walnut street. GLASS window signs. Furnished Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Room* and Board and Table Board at 25c each. One of these signs will be given with each slxt-time order for a classified ad. if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of Telegraph. We are disposing of our entire stock of used cars. If you intend buying a car, now is the time. Among them are cars equipped with electric starter and lighting. All in good condition. No reasonable offer re fused. Call and look them over. Open evenings and Sundays. ABBOTT-DETROIT BRANCH 106-108 S. Second St., City FUR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be secured at the Telegraph Business Office. FOR RENT ln the Telegraph Building, a suite of well located offices. Inquire for Superintendent lo Business Office of Telegraph. BL SIN ESS UWOKXtS II LLS KOKO-WHEAT CRISP. $10.60 daily profit. New confection. 6c package costs lc. Samples, 10c. Particulars free. Machine, $7.50. prepaid. Corneau & Co.. 537 North Parkside, Chicago. ■ 4 A SPLENDID opportunity to make some mighty good money and establish permanent business. Write Health and Accident Insurance and be independent and out of doors—lmmediate cash re turns and future, too. All or part time. Address National Casualty Company. Detroit. Mich. FOR SALE Dry goods and no tion business, consisting of dry goods, men's furnishings, etc. Old establish ed stand. Will close out at a bargain to right party. Apply to J. B. F., 1620 Derry. HARDWARE STORES FOR SALE ONE of the best locations in the city, at present doing good business. A hustler can Increase to any extent de sired. Clean up to date. Only $5,000 cash required. Address Box 1628, care of Telegraph. I MADE $50,000 In Ave years In the mall order business, began with }6. Send for free booklet. Tells bow. Hea cock. 355 Lockport, N. Y. ANY intelligent person can earn good Income corresponding for newspapers; experience unnecessary. Send for par ticulars. Press Syndicate. 788. Lock port. N. T. BUSINESS I'EKbOiNAAiS NEW AND SECOND-HAND Furni ture bought and sold. Highest cash prices paid. Drop postal, or phone 2143J, Atlas Furniture Co., 430 Straw berry street. S. SMELTZ Second-hand furniture, clothing, jewelry, etc., bought at high est cash prices and sold at lowest prices in city. Drop postal and I will call. 945 North Seventh street. PROF. FRANCISCO DE ECHEMEN DIA Pianist and Instructor; music for dances and special occasions. Pianist at Park Auditorium. Mt Gretna. Pa., season 1914. 223 Maclay street. Ball phone. Harrisburg Paste Works 126 N. Cameron Street PAPERHANGERS*. billposters', book binders' and all kinds of paste. Prompt shipment. All paste guaranteed. Bell phone 118SL S. HALDEMAN & CO., Carpenters and Builders. Job work promptly attended to in any part of the city. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Also Homes for sale with all conveniences at reasonable prices and easy terms. Call Bell phone 3622 M, 3222 North Sixth street. West Harrisburg. HAULING H. W. LATHE, Hoarding Stable and National Transfer Co. Movers of planus, safes, boilers and general haul ing. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and Woodbine streets. Bell phone No. 2503 R. REPAIRING AND UPHOLBTERINO with best material and by expert help. Send us your worn furniture. Our best efforts insure your satisfaction, a N. Cluck, 320 Woodbine street. FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine Hair Tonic, perpared by Gross, the Druggist and Apothecary. 119 Market street. Harrisburg. Pa. Telephone orders given prompt attention Bell 1960. KtOKAbB STORAGE 419 Broad street, for household goods and merchandise. Pri vate rooms, tl to $3. Wagons, 76 cents per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 411 Broad street. Both phones. HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two large brick warehouses, built ex pressly for storage. Private rooms I for household goods and unexcelled fa cilities for storing all kinds of mer- | candlse. Low stoiage rates. Bouth i St. and Penna. R. R. MONEY TO LOAN LOANS—SS to 1200 for honest work ing people without bank credit at less than legal rates, payable In lnstai etui to suit borrowers' convenience. Cooperative Loan and Investment Co, 204 Chest*-■ t street. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE The Annual Meeting of the stockholders of the Citizens' Bank will be held in the Banking House. Thirteenth and Derry streets, Harris burg, Pa., on Thursday. October 15, 1914, at 2 o'clock P. M.. for the election of Directors, and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. C. G. MILLER, Cashier. NOTICE NOTICE Is hereby given that applica tion has been made to the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Dau phin County, by the following In dividual and corporations for li censes to engage In the busi ness of lending money, In accord ance with the provisions of the Act of Assembly of June 6, 1913, entitled "An Act regulating the making of certain loans, etc.," and hearing thereon will be had October 30. 1914. at 10 o'clock A. M.. at the Court House. Harrisburg, Pa.; that the said applications are now on file In the office of the Clerk of the, LEGAL NOTICE Court of Quarter Sessions of Dauphin County: Name and Place of Business ...N°- J.' Profit Sharing Loan Society, No. 9 North Second street, Harrisburg, No. 337 June Sessions, 1914. No. 2. Pennsylvania Investment Com pany, No. 132 Walnut street, Harris burg. Pa., No. 338 June Sessions. 1914. No. 3. Claude T. Davis, doing busi ness as Employees Discount Company, 36 North Third Street, Harrisburg, Pa., No. 233 September Sessions. 1914 HENRY F. HOLLER, Clerk of Court. NOTICE - Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Thomas R. SlcClune, late of Harrisburg Clt.v, Dnuphln County. Pa., deceased, havlhg been granted to the undersigned, all persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment, and those having claims will present them for settlement to SARAH A. McCLUNE, _ Executrix, °r 220 Harris Street. CHARLES C. STROH. Attorney.. To Whom it Stay Concern: NOTICE is hereby given that Mrs. D. F Souders, Junior, has been dlmlssed from employment at, and that John Snow has ceased to be in anywise con nected with HOLLY INN, Mt. Holly Springs. Pa. All persons are therefore hereby warned not to extend any credit, de liver any goods, or have any dealings with either of them on account of or In connection with said Inn or of the un dersigned, as he will not be responsible therefor. HARRY C. GILL. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the as sessment against the abutting property owners for the cost of laying water pipe In Emerald Street, from Fourth Street to Fifth Street; Hildrup Street, from Nineteenth Street to Twenty-first Street; Nineteenth Street, from Paxton Street to Sycamore Street; Sycamore Street, from Rolleston Street to the City Line: and In Lennox Street, from Nine teenth Street to City Line, will be made and levied at the Office of the Commis sioner of Public Safety, Room 10. Court House, in the City of Harrisburg, on the>2lst dajr of October, at 10 o'clock A. M., when and where all parties In In terest may attend H. F. BOWMAN. Superintendent Public Safety. • THE Firemen's Union desire all per sons having any bills against them to | present same by noon Slondav, at I Headquarters. 420 Market street, as 1 they desire to pay all claims Monday evening. H. O. HOLSTEIN, Chairman. THE MARKETS PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE! By Associated Press Philadelph'a, Oct. 10. Wheat I n®.? No - 2 i red - spot, export, $1.06® Northern, Duluth, export, #l.l b 1.19. Corn Steady; No. 2. yellow local, 01 <a> sl% c. r ,?ats Steady; No. 2, white, 51® 51% c. " Firm; winter, per ton, •'3 00 spring, per ton. $22.50® Refined Sugars Jtfarket nominal; firstname.lastname@example.org; fine granulated, b.2n«b.soc; confectioners' A. 6.15®6.40. Butter The marwet is steady; western, creamery, extras, 31c; nearby prints, fancy. 34c. Eggs The market is firm; Pennsylvania and othbr nearby firsts, tree cases. $8.40 per case; do., current receipts, free cases, $7.20®7.60 per case: e *t r as, firsts, free cases, $7.50 @7.80 per case; do., firsts, free cases, »• m 1 ..->0 per case. Live Poultn- Steady; fowls, 15® 17c; young chickens, ll®20c; spring chickens. 14@17c; broiling chick ens, 17® 27c; old roosters, 12 @ 13c; ducks, old, 13®15c; ducks, young, 14® 10c; geese. 16®17c; turkeys, 19(j^20c. Dressed Poultry Steady; fowls, western, fancy, heavy, 20®21c; do.. Talr to good, heavy, 17 © 1 hc . average receipts, 17®19c; small, 15® 16c; old roosters, 134 c; roasting chick en"., fancy, lt>(a>lßc: oroumrf is®v? nt ' nearby, 16®22c; western, 12® 18c; capons, large, 23® 25c; do., ■mall, 18@20c; turkeys, fancy, 24di2#c. 20 ®2»c; ducks, ll®18c; gees*. II & 16c. Flour Market steady; winter. Clear, $3.85 <w 4.10; straiKnts. Pei.ua/1- • new ' $4-90®6.15; spring straights $5.10® 5.40; do. patents, $email@example.com; $4.26® 4.40; patents, $4,600 4.78; Kansas straight, lute sacks, *4.16 04 30; spring, firsts, clear, $4.00®4.20; 4 10* $4.2094.20; patents, $4.36® Hay The market is firm; tim othy, No, 1, large bales, $19.00; No. 1, medium bales, $18.50® 19.00; No. 2. $17.00® 18.00; No. 3, $14.50® 15.60; no grade, sll.oo® 13.00. .New clover mixed. Light mixed. |IS,OO® 19.00; No. 1, do.. $16.50® 17.60; No. 2, do., $14.60® 15.50. Potatoes Weak: Pennsylvnla, per bushel, 60®65c; New York, per bushel. 50®55c; Jersey, per basket, 35® 46c. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE By Associated Press Chicago, 111., Oct. 10.—Board of Trade closing: Wheat December, 1.10*4; May, 1.16%. Corn—December, 67; May, 69 H. Oats —December, 47%; Slay, 50%. Pork—January, 18.97. Lard—November, 9.97; January, 9.92. Ribs —October, 10.85; January, 9.80. CHICAGO CATTLE By Associated Press Chicago, 111., Oct. 10.—Hogs Re ceipts, 6,000; strong. Bulk of sales, $7.40®8.06; light. $7.90®8.40; mixed! $7.86(318.45; heavy, $7.06«8.30; rough, $7.06®7.20; pigs. *4.75®8.15. Cattle Receipts, 5,000; steady. Beeves. $6.60®11.00; steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; stockers and feeders, $5.30®8.35; cows Sheep Receipts, 500; steady. Sheep, $4.75® 5.90; yearlings, $6.50® 6.45; lambs, $6.00®7.85. UNFILLED TOWAGE DECREASES By Associated Press New York, Oct. 10.—The unfilled tonnage of the Unled States Steel Cor poration on September 30 totalled 3,787,667 tons, a decrease of 425,664 tons from August. A man with experience in stocks and bonds, who wants an occupation not adversely WANTED affected by times or conditions and a/fording larger and more perma nent income. No capital necessary. Reply, giving name, address and business experience- Box 114 A, Pittsburgh. FOR RENT 3-story brick dwelling, No. 121 Herr street, corner Smith avenue. All improvements. Apply A. H. Bailey, Nos. 614-618 North street, Eureka Wagon Works— s2s.oo. BAND LEADER DIES SUDDENLY Special to The Telegraph Pottsvllle, Pa., Oct. 10.—Professor Fred Gerhard, leader of the Third Bri gade band and founder and conductor of the Gerhard Symphony Orchestra, died suddenly In the midst of a party of friends, wlt> ihom he was talking. He was 50 years of age. and was re garded as the master musician of this end of the anthracite region. DEATH OF GEORGE N. RITPP Special to The Telegraph Shlremanstown, Pa., Oct. 10.— George N. Rupp, a retired farmer liv ing here, died yesterday at noon. He was 67 years old. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. MONET FOR SALARIED PEOPLI and others upon their own nimn. Cheap rates, easy payments, sonOdon- Ual. Adams * Cm. R. SO4L ■ N. Marks* » ■ is^ Dauphin County Bonds The undersigned solicits proposals for the sale to It, at not exceed ing pnr and Interest. of Dauphin county bonds of the respective Is sues named belnv», In sufficient amount to permit the Investment, for the benefit of the sinking funds established for said Issues, of the sum named In each case. Issue of January 1, lßOli amount for Investment, f8.443.16. Issue of December 1, 1902 i amount for Investment, $1,300.80. Issue of April 1, 1003| Amount tor Investment. *7,518.74. Proposals, pursuant to this notice, should be senled and plalnlv marked "PROPOSALS FOR THE SALE OF DAUPHIN COUNTY BONDS," with the date of Issue of the bonds offer ed. and should be received by the undersigned not Inter than four o'clock. P. M., October 10, 1014. The right Is reserved to reject uy and all bids In whole or In part* Commonwealth Trust Company Harrlshurg, Pa. Tni.fe*. RUBBER STAMflfl >f|| SEALS A STENCILS lIV || ** MFG.BYHBG.STENCILWORKS ■ || M 130 LOCUSTST. HBG, PA. II This May Happen to You j Life Is punctuated with emerg encies. It is accompanied with | the unexpected. Things happen j for which we have not been i looking. In every life there is always the element of the un certain. This is a well-establish ed fact. Things are bound to happen. They always have. They always will. We are in a ! world where the future is not I revealed. We must take things ! as they come. But a certain amount of preparation for the uncertain future is both possible and wise. It Is a necessity as well —if we are to meet emer gencies capably. Getting ready to-day for the emergencies of to-morrow is a part of our most serious businers. An acciderit and health policy in the GENERAL ACCIDENT or a life policy in the PENN MUTUAL Will relieve you of any anxiety as to the future. I. MILLER General Insurance 103 North Second Street THE Harrlsburg Polyclinlo Dispen sary will be open daily, except Sunday, at 3 P. M.. at Us new location, 1701 North Second street, for the free treat-' ment of the worthy poor. '■ '"S For Sale 2209 N. Second St., 3-story brick. 1023 N. Second St., 3-story brick. 2412 N. Second St., 3-story brick. 1520 Snatars St., 8-story brick. 1016 Swatnra St., 3-story frame. 187 N. Fifteenth St., 3-story brick. 421 Hamilton St.. 3-story brick. 200 Drltitvnrc Ave., 2-story brick. 1024 Ilrlggs St., 3-story frame. Three new 2-story bricks, rent for 950.00, require only 91500 cash. 10 per cent. Investment. , Two frame, rent for 924, require only SOOO cash. 10 per cent. In vestment. CAMP HILL I.ong St., frame dwell In g with two acres of ground, all kinds of fralt. Long St., frame dwelling, one acre of ground, all kinds of fruit. H. M. BIRD UNION TRUST BUILDING 13