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There is something for you on the Classified to
night. Maybe it's an auto. Maybe a job, or maybe a
horse or a mahogany dresser or a gas stove, a house
and lot, a chicken farm, or any one of a hundred
other things.
But there is something for you, something you
want in Telegraph Classified Ads almost every day
in the week.
And there is something in the way of a profit for
you if you systematically read and use Telegraph
Classified Ads as thousands of other readers are
doing.
Turn now to the Classified page.
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DIED
SIILLiGAN On Wednesday night, De
cember 2, 1914. Elizabeth R. Mllligan.
wife of Samuel R. Mllligan, and
daughter of the late Frederick J.
Gastrock, aged 44 years.
Funeral on Monday afternoon, at
2 o'clock, from her late residence, 108
Conoy street. The relatives and friends
are invited to attend without further
notice. Burial East Harrisburg Ceme
tery, the Rev. R. L Meisenhelder. of
the Trinity Lutheran Church, officiat
ing. .
KUNKEL—John C. Kunkel, on Thurs
day morning, December 3, 1914.
Private funeral service will be held
at the home, No. 11 South Front street,
Saturday, December 5, 1914, at 2 I*. M.
BOYSON On December 1, 1914, An
drew C. Boyson. at the residence ot
his sister, Mrs. C. G. Fry, 537 Curtin
street, aged 35 years anil 8 months.
Funeral on Friday* at - o'clock, from
his late residence. The relatives and
friends are invited to attend without
further notice. Burial Harrisburg
t'emetery.
' KOtM)
FOUND At Gordon Bros., 1543
Walnut street, Armour's Silvercliurn
and Swift's Premium Oleomargarine, o
Jbs. for $1.10; Empire Oleomargarine, 5
lbs. for S8c;; well known qualities. Bell
phone 1331 J.
FOUND A ladder on North Second
street near Kelker. It may be recover
ed by proving property at this office.
FOUND Don't go any further, for
tho right place is at Egbert's Steam
Dyeing & French Cleaning Works, l<!4o
Market street. We deliver and call
promptly. Both phones.
lit Ll' WANTED —Male ]
SALESMEN Travel and appoint
agents; salary, SBO a month and ex
penses. Home Co., Station .
A. Niagara Falls, N. Y. |
GENUINE ADVERTISING SOLICITOR
can earn sls to $25 or more per month
on established monthly trade journal,
published in Harrisburg. Wide circula
tion. Covers several states. Splendid
chance to connect for man of qualifica
tion. Only portion of yp.V l ' r , e "
quired. What's your anility? Work
ing now? Reference. Ready for work
at once. Confidential. Address W.,
186, care of Telegraph.
SHIPPER WANTED Young man
for shipping clerk over 21 years
oid. Address 0., 1882. care of Telegraph.
~ ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN
W VNTED. Ablebodied, unmarried men
between ages of 18 and 36; citizens of
United States, of good character and |
temperate habits, who can speak, read ,
and write ihe English language. *or
information apply to Recruiting Officer, ,
Bergner Building. 3d & Market sts..
Harrisburg; 48 N. Queen St.. Lancaster;
553 Pine St.. Williamsport, or i 7 \V.
Market St.. York. Pa.
WANTED Two good, experienced j
hosiery Banner knitters and two good
Hopworth loopors, capable of operat
ing machines at full capacity. Give
experience, wages and reference. \\ ill
allow transportation if satisfactory
and remain not less than three months.
Meadville Knitting Mills. Meadville,
Pa.
WANTED Five men immediately
for positions in Harrisburg and nearby
cities A salarv and commission propo
sition. Only men with experience sell
ing direct to consumer, or with gro
cery. bakery or laundry experience
need apply. Applicants must be able
to furnish personal bond and come well |
recommended. Only married men con
sidered. Apply Jewel Tea Co., 209 ,
Broad street. City. j
WANTED Ten good men for Lan- i
caster, Lebanon. Harrisburg and sub- |
urbs. Can make $3 and $4 a day. Call
between 8-9 A. M., 4-6 P. M„ 409 Patriot j
Building. ]
I HAVE a position for six hust- |
lers; salary and commission. Walter !
K. Keath, Palmyra. Pa. I
WANTED Railway mail and postal '
clerks; examinations soon; over two i
thousand appointments yearly; prepare
at home; write for Plan No. 15 of pay- j
ment after appointment. Philadelphia j
Business College. Civil Service Dept..
Philadelphia. Pa. I
UELI' WANTED—Mkip mid r«-niale i
w 1
r WANTED Honest man or woman |
to do special advertising work among ;
families In Harrisburg and every town !
In Dauphin county. Good salary to |
right person. Chance for promotion.
Experience unnecessary. Good refer
ence required. Permanent position.
Address A„ 1907, care of Telegraph.
AGENTS WANTED
AGENTS WANTED for article which '
no housewife can resist. Sells at al- j
most every home. The We-No Supply i
Co., 6106 Market street, Philadelphia, I
:
- ■ - 1 :
/ ■ i
EOR SALE
223 Union Avenue
Three-story frame dwelling with j
eight rooms. Lot 14.5x66 feet.
This property deserves the at- j
tentlon of any person who wants tt j
cheap house downtown.
Union is the avenue between |
For»ter and Boas streets.
Miller Bras. & Neefe I
REAL ESTATE
Fir* !»•«««(( Surety Ronda
L*emt and Court Streets
THURSDAY EVENING,
READ AND USE' TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED AIS
AGENTS WANTED
HOLIDAY NOVELTY Big profits
. and quick sales. Samples and partlcu
-1 lars, 10c. W. 10. 8., 820 Hitter street.
Heading.
t STAMPED, addressed envelope brings
< particulars about "THE lilG SIX"
i SELLERS. Something men. women
. and youths can reii. I'ull or spare
time. Harrah Mfg. Agency. 905 Kunkel
; Building, Harrisburg.
HELP W ANTED—Eemalc
WANTED—GirIs 16 years of
age and over. Apply Harrisburg
Cigar Company, 500 Race St.
WANTED Experienced white wo
l man for general housework; three in
family; no chiUlren. Apply 1817 North
j Second street.
' WANTED A dtningroom girl, must
be experienced and recommended, at
Eagle Hotel, Annville, Ba.
REFJNED. intelligent women, who
are willing to learn, can join our corps
of corsetieres and develop a good pay
ing business. Call evenings. Nurse's
Corset Shop. 404 North Second street.
WANTED Experienced skiver and
closers on women's, misses' and chil
dren's shoes. Apply Harrisburg Shoe
Mfg. Co., Harrisburg.
WANTED Thoroughly reliable wo
man for general housework; must be
good cook; small family; good wages;
references. 606 North Seventeenth
street. Call between hours of 7 and S
P. M.
I WANTED. AT ONCE White wo-
I man cook. Cresson Sanitarium. Apply
I Boom 184. Capitol, Thursday.
WANTED A woman for matron at
I the Children's Industrial Home. Only
i those with experience in industrial I
work need apply. Apply at 266 Briggs
street, Harrisburg, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED—MaIe
WANTED By colored man, gen
eral housework, butler or taking care
of furnace. 405 Bailey street, Steelton,
Pa.
WANTED Chauffeur, white, wants
position, city or country, private or
commercial. Call, or write, No. 6 North
Cameron street, Harrisburg.
WANTED Chauffeur, colored, good
mechanic, makes his own repairs,
• wishes position, private or commercial,
I city or country. Phone, or write (Bell
I 1710), No. 6 North Cameron street. Har
| risburg.
WANTED Young man desires posi
tion in or around store; can furnish
reference. Address X., IS'JD, care of
| Telegraph.
WANTED By young man. work of
any kind. 105 Filbert street.
WANTED Young man of 18 years
desires position as clerk in office; has
experience In typewriting and book
keeping; can furnish reference. Ad
dress W., 1896, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper
desires position, or any kind of office
work. Address M., 1905. care of Tele
graph.
I WANTED Colored man wants a
! position at a store or around a house;
can give city reference. Call, or write,
i 520 Brown avenue.
! WANTED Young man wishes posl
[ tion as collector for insurance or other
company: can give reference. Address
j Box H., 1880, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young man. 21 years of
| age, desires a position as janitor, house
! or store, or run elevator, or cleaning
land pressln- Apply 1613 Apricot ave
| nue, City.
I WANTED Colored Virginia man
[ wishes cook's place In private family,
,or day's work. Address Davis, No. 1408
I Marion street, third floor.
I
| WANTED Position as salesman, ln.l
or out of town: can furnish reference
Address Box K., 1898, care of Telegraph!
j WANTED By boy 17 years old,
position as errand boy in grocery store.
' Address 558 Woodbine street.
; SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe
I WANTED Woman desires position
i as cook, or general housework, in pri
i vate family ;no washing; can furnish
I reference. Address A.. 1880, care of
I Telegraph.
WANTED Colored woman wishes
day's work, or offices to clean. Call,
j or address. A. L, 107 Filbert street.
i WANTED By colored girl, gen
! eral housework, or dishwashing. 7JS
j Cowden street.
| WANTED Southern girl would
j like work by day or week; can furnish
j reference. Apply 1915 Logan avenue.
; WANTED Day's work of any kind
I by colored woman; can furnish ref
erence. Apply 1408 Marion street (in
rear).
I WANTED -r- By half-grown colored
| girl, work, geheral housework in small
I family, chambermaid or child's nurse
j Apply 105 Filbert street.
SITS WANTED—MALE
I WANTED White woman wishes
j position as cook in public or private
' work; can furnish good reference. Ad
; dress L.. 100, care of Telegraph.
! WANTED Stenographer wishes po
sltlon; worked for large firm In this
city; can furnish best of reference Ad
dress Box 0., 1899, care of Telegraph.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe
WANTED Colored girl wants po
sition doing' general housework. Ap
ply 505 South street.
WANTED Two colored women
want cooking, or washing dishes in
, hotel or private family. Call, or ad-
I dress. 1103 North Seventh street.
WANTED Young girl desires per
' minent position as saleslady: experl
t enced: can furnish best of reference
|as to ability and character. Address E.,
! 1889. care of Telegraph.
WANTED Stenographer, with
I three years' experience. wishes posl
j tlon. Address box J., 1 893. care of
I Telegrapl\.
WANTED Widow, neat and tidy,
- wishes day's work, oftlce cleaning or
1 work in small family, not out of city.
I Inquire 611 Ca.lder street.
i WANTED Position as governess
J or companion; can give references. Ad
: dress E., 1910, care of Telegraph.
| WANTED Colored woman wants
) day's work, or washing and ironing to
Ido at home. Call, or address, 015 Prlm
j rose avenue.
| WANTED —By white woman, work
|by the day. Call Bell phone 1254 J.
WANTED Washing and ironing
|todo at home. Apply Well phone 2971J,
or 1320 Hunter street.
A.SI'AII:. FOH SAU£
| FOR SADE No. 1326 Deny street
I—brick1 —brick house with 1U rooms and bath—
all modern improvements large
| porches lot. 30x182 to 20 feet wide
[ street, liell Kealty Co., tlergner Uuild
| l"g.
STEAM-HEATED HOUSE ou Wood
' bine street for sale at $1,900 8 rooms
I —bath gas lot. 9u feet deep to
.drive alley. Hell Realty Co., liergner
! Building.
i FOR SALE 2-story frame house
I for sale No, 427 S. Thirteenth street
—7 rooms bath gas furnace
I porch lot, 20x100. Price reasonable.
! Bell Realty Co.. Bergner Building.
I FOR SAKE 2H-story frame house;
; electric lights; furnace; porches; walks;
j lot, 25x150; throe minutes' walk to
East End Dispatcher's office, Enola.
' Price, $1,750. Address J., 1891, care of
j Telegraph.
It 12A1. ESTATE KOK KAI.E
! Sl4 NORTH THIRD HTitHliT 16x92
i fU- —• store room and dwelling l5 ft.
| sule alley—good business location —sac-
| ritlce price. Miller liros. & Neefe, Feu
eral Square.
! FOR SAL.E —.49 Acres 7',i miles
I from Harrisburg l !2 miles east of
. lllghspire—land nearly level. Brlnton-
I Packer Co., Second and Walnut streets.
j FOR SAIJE 219 Relly St. 3-story
brick 9 rooms, bath and furnace.
1 I>ot, 15x96. Brinton-Packer Co., Sec
| ond and Walnut streets.
JkttuU* fc.aiA'l f. i-Oit )tku\t
. No. 37 Balm Street $ll.OO
I No. 2507 Camby Street 14.00
No. 1632 Derry Street 25.00
No. 415 S. Seventeenth Street .... 22.00
No. 745 S. Nineteenth Street .... 20.50
No. 1805 Berryhlll Street 14.00
No. 1227 Derry Street 17.00
No. 1847 Spencer Street 18.00
A. W. SWKNGEL, 219 S. Thirteenth St.
FOR RENT 2354 State street, Pen
brook, Pa.; seven rooms and outkitchen;
rent reasonable. Apply 2356 State
street, Penbrook, Pa.
FOR RENT 2217-19 Atlas avenue,
seven-room brick houses, modern con
veniences, $16.00. Robert Rosenberg,
Bell phone. Patriot Building.
FOR RENT Houses with all improve
ments at moderate rentals. J. E. Gipple,
1251 Market street.
HOUSE FOR RENT No. 2017 Penn
street, conveniences, $16.00 per month.
Apply George W. Updegrove, 1200 Penn
street.
FOR RENT—NEW HOUSES
2131 Derry St., steam heat $23.00
■ 2133 Derry St., steam heat 28.00
I 2135 Derry St.. steam heat 28.00
Inquire P. VANDERLOO,
2119 Derry St.
Or Masonic Temple, Third and State.
FOR RENT ln Hlghsplre, near B.
and C. or coke plant, new six-room
house; water in kitchen; good chicken
house; SB.OO per month. W. J. Reeves,
ilighspire.
FOR RENT—-320 Broad street; 3-story
brick. 11 large rooms all improvements;
suitable for boarding or lodginghouse.
Call 429 Broad street, or 1631 North
Second street. Phone 3613J-I.
FOR RENT lBl3 Penn street; 9 I
rooms and bath; three-story brick; all
Improvements; kitchen iloor covered!
with linoleum; rent, S2O. Apply 209
Harris street.
FOR RENT 650 Emerald street;
corner house; front and rear porches;
8 rooms and bath; ali improvements;
hot and cold water in cellar; rent rea
sonable to right party. inquire B. S.
Hoffman, 2298 Sixth street, or phone I
2466.
FOR RENT—I7OB State street. Three
story brick house, 8 rooms, bath and
pantry; cemented cellar; steain heat;
front and back yards. Inquire J. W.
Poslion. 8 North Market Square.
lIOOMo I'Olt KENT
FOR RENT Two or three rooms; '
rent, $5.00 monthly, payable in advance.
Call evenings. No children. Only man
and wife or lady need apply. 311 .
Brlggs street.
FOR liEXT Two beautifully fur
nished rooms, single or ensuite, .second
lloor front, facing Capitol park; city
steam heat; use of bath and phone; rent
reasonable. 406 North street.
KOU RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms (one front with bay window);
all conveniences, including use of
phone; desirable location; rent reason
ab.e. Apply 271 liriggs street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room; all conveniences; rent reason
able. Apply 7XO North Sixth street.
FOR RENT Two second floor, nlce
lv furnished rooms; private bath and
phone extension. Call Hell phone 187GR.
FOR RENT Front room, third
floor, opposMe Capitol Park: well heat
ed. Address S., 508, care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Two or three furnish
ed rooms for light housekeeping, in
private family on the Hill. Address Lk,
1902, v care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Large front room; four
windows; very desirable location; few
squares from Market street; all con
veniences; men preferred. Phone 3259.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms on second floor; use of hath and
phone. 44 North Seventeenth street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
with all conveniences. Apply 1317
Marlon street, near Broad.
FOR RENT Unfurnished suite, 3
rooms, private bath, kitchenette, steam
heat, second floor front; also two-room,
unfurnished suite, private bath, third
floor front. Penn'a Realty & Improve
ment Co., IS2 Locust street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or ensuite; all conveniences. In
cluding phono; reference required. Ap
ply 1015 North Front street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms on
second floor front and back; single or
ensuite. with board; private family;
home comforts; two minutes" walk from
Capitol. Phone 8181* Bell.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished
rooms in private family: all improve
ments; rent, $6.00; use of bath and
telephone. Call Hell phone 839 R.
FOR RENT Furnished room; aH
conveniences, Including phone; good
location. Apply 107 Chestnut street
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
BOOMS WANTED
WANTED Three furnished rooms,
• with all convenient e<i. centrally locat
ed. for light housekeeping for family
" ( with two well-behaved children 7 and
i 10 years old. Address K.. 1903, care of
1 Telegraph.
WANTED - Room, with private
i bath, or connecting rooms, with bath,
- from January 1 during session of Leg
- islature. Reply, stating terms and gl V
s log' description of quarters, to A., 1901,
. care of Telegraph.
, BOARDING
[ BOARDING AND LODGING for sev
eral men of good character. Home cook
ing and comfortable surroundings.
Newly furnished rooms. Hell phone
'. 2841 Y. Address 1520 Berryhlll street.
BOARDERS WANTED
I M F.N BOARDERS WANTED. Call
• I 609 Oxford street.
j
APARTMENTS FOR KENT
' 1 FLAT FOR RENT Furnished Jr
! unfurnished: steam heated; all improve
| meats. Apply at B. Handler's, 1212
j North T'nlrd street.
KOR RENT Third floor apart
, | ment, two rooms, including hot and
' j cold water, gas range and steain heat,
• with use of bath, sl2 per month. Ap-
I ply 122 North Thirteenth street.
FOR RENT An apartment, four
rooms and bath; all conveniences; lo
cated st Sixth and Harris streets. Ap
' ply L Sllbert, 1512 North Sixth street.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—First floor apart
ment, 6 rooms, hath and pantry,
facing Capitol; city steam, gas
and electric lights. Inquire 400
Xortli street.
SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT FOR
RENT At 925 North Third street,
j Apply H. L Mehrlng, 925 North Third
; | street.
; WAAXED
• I WANTED—OId furniture, china,
glassware, old books, stamps, etc. We
are buyers for Boston, New York and
Western collectors and will positively
pay better prices than ever offered by
any local collectors or dealers. Call
or address Antique Shop, 1419 Sixth
street. Hnrrlsburg.
WANTED l,OOO men who want to
buy made-to-measure shirts. $1.25
each, 3 for $3.50 and up. Guaranteed
tit. Good quality, latest patterns. W.
Morrow, 1007 Market street.
AVANTED Second-hand pool table
111 good condition, reasonable price. Ad
dress 8., 1906, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Typewriting or steno
graphic work of any kind. Would be
willing to go out and take dictation
i and transcribe notes at home. I'hone
738 R.
WANTED Second-hand safe, shelv
ing, roll-top desk and office chairs.
Give full particulars and price wanted.
Write X., 1854, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Harley Davidson "5-35"
model, fully equipped. Machine Is in
"Al" condition. Bargain price, $125.
Terms considered. Joseph Starr, 400
Verbeke street.
FOR SALE—The greatest Bargains
In the city In Men's Hats, Sweaters and
Trousers and all men'a turnisliings.
Also tine line of ladles' hosiery. Capin
& Capin, 430 Market street, near sub
way.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
Office.
PRIVATE PARTY, forced to sell, will
sacrifice Forty Shares International
Educational Publishing Co. Preferred I
Stock at $20.00 per snare; also Forty
Shares Common Stock of the same com
pany at SIO.OO per share. Address S„
1881, care of Telegraph.
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS In Leather
Bags, Suit Cases, Trunks to make room
lor Holiday goods. Wholesale and Re
tail Leather Merchants, Specialty
oruers una repairing. Harrlsburg Har
ness and Supply Co.. Second and Chest
nut.
FOR SALE, CHEAP Two-cylinder,
five-passenger Maxwell Touring Car, In
excellent mechanical condition, with
top, curtains, windshield, Splitdorf mag
neto, Jones speedometer, rear view
mirror, shock absorbers, good tires,
■ spare tire and tubes, Prestolite tank,
I etc. Address 11. B. Nan. P. O. Box 392,
I Harrlsburg, Pa.
_
FOR SALE - Grocery store, com
plete with modern fixtures; good loca
tion; reasonable rent. Address 8.. 1885,
care of Telegraph.
CLOSING OUT BARGAINS!!!—Cherry I
parlor set, $7; "Neponsot," better than '
j linoleoum, 36c; locust-chestnut fence
posts, 15c; imported body brussels, 55c;
best, $1; 9x12 rugs, $3; heaters, ranges,
guns, etc. Yingst, Front-Cumberland.
FOR SALE Rooming house busi
ness. Desirable location. Rooms always
occupied. Splendid opportunity tor
anyone who wishes to engage in busi
ness. Only those who mean business
need apply. Address Box E, 1887, care
of Telegraph.
WE will start you on a good, safe
$1,000.00 Bond, on a $5.00 payment. Sold
[on easy Partial Payment Plan. Mil
lions Invested by thousands of pleased
investors. References furnished desir
able investors. Write for interview.
Investments, 1909, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Grandfather's clock,
moon dial, large second hand, in line
condition. Cherry case. First $25
takes It. 1441 Shoop street.
FOR SALE Wagon, in good condi
tion; suitable for plumber or tinner.
C. G. Gilmer, Twenty-seventh and
Derry streets.
FOR SALE Singing Canarleß. up
to-date Bird and Parrot Cages, large
Goldfish and Globes of all si7.es; Bird
Seeds, natural fisli food and supplies, at
Gebhardt's, tile "Bird Man," 1004 North
Third, between Boas and Herr.
FOR SALE Full grown, Thompson
strain Barred Rock Cockerels. J. M.
McCullough, Mercersburg, Pa.
FINE AMU COMPLETE I.IMt
AUTO ROBES, Steamer Rugs, Car
riage Robes. Horse Blankets and Stable
Blankets. Harrlsburg Harness & Sun
ply Company, Second and Chestnut
streets.
FOR SALE, CHEAP Addressograph
foot-power machine, with cabinet. Har- ■
risburg Shoe Mfg. Co., Harrlsburg, Pa.
FOB SALE Milk wagon, set brass
mounted harness, both good as new;
also bay horse. Must be sold at once.
No reasonable offer refused. Apply to !
Dr. Oyler's Stables, 331 Blackberry ave
nue. i
FOR SALE Light delivery automo
bile, with delivery body, top and back
seat, which converts car into a five
passenger machine; Just completely
overhauled; almost new tires; first SIOO i
takes this machine. If you are looking i
for a real bargain, investigate at once.
Apply C. E. Taylor, 814 North Third i
atreet
FOR SALE Two- heavy work
horses. Inquire S. W. Shoemaker &
Son, Seventh and Harris streets.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Board at 25c each. One i
of these signs will be given with each
six-time order for a classified ad. if
paid in advunce. Inquire at Office of i
Telegraph. ,
FOR SALE 3ox3 new auto tire, '
three 30x3% new inner tubes, one 30x3 <
new Inner tube. Apply 8., 1908, of
Telegraph.
FOR BALE
, BRACES FOR ALL DEFORMITIES
- Curvature of the spine; bow legs;
r knock-knees; round shoulders; arch
1 supports for broken down arc-lies, etc.
f Sha Daman's, 40S Market street, over
I'teller's Jewelry Store.
a FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
, Telegraph Business Office.
FOR SALE Three large furnaces,
, two kitchen ranges, gas and electric
fixtures, one large bookcase—all now In
» use tu Bethel A. M. 10. Church, State
street. Bell phone 441. C. Svlvester
_ Jackson, Secretary. No. 402 Telegraph
Building.
'I MR. BICYCLE RIDEK —25 oV
; mud guui'ds for this week only put
on your wheel complete, at SI.OO per
, pair. These are the regular $1.50 kind.
Come quick at this price. Kevstone
Cycle Co., 814 North Third street.
1 MR. MOTORCYCLE RIDER Spec
ial for this week Mobile Oil, 40 cents
per gallon. Leggings and Putties at
cost. Keystone Cycle Co., 814 North
. Third street.
. I-
FOR SALE Superb private collec
. tlon of Vlctrola Records at one-third off
from November 27-December 24. 230
West State street. Hours, 9 A. M. to 6
. P. jr. 250 Red Seal Records amj 100
I others. All cash sales. Stock In first
class condition.
FOR KENT
FOR RENT Office in Commercial
. Bank Building, first lloor front. Rent,
. $25.00 per month. Can be used ,s an
office or small store room.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
I MADE (50,000 In five years In the
mall order business, began with $5
. Send for free booklet. Tells liow. Hea
' cock, 355 Lockport. N. T.
( ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE; good
' | location and all the rooms occupied
I Will sell all the furniture or part of it
Address Box 1904, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Small grocery doing a
• good, cash business, at a sacrifice to
l quick buyer; good reason for selling
Address Box 0., 1897, care of Telegraph]
ANY Intelligent rerson can earn irood
income corresponding for newspapers
i experience unnecessary. Send for par
■ tlculars. Press Syndicate. 798, Lock
-1 port. N. Y.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
GENERAL UPHOLSTERING Send
us your old furniture—we use best of
' material —drapery work—carpet-laying
Estimates given. 11. Vollmer's suc
cessor, Jos. Coplinky, 1208V4 i orth
Third. Bell phone.
' FOR falling hair try Gross Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, lia Market
street. Harrlsburg. Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell
1860.
Accordian side and knife plait
ing done while you wait. Full!
length skirts a specialty. All work !
done on.premises. Simius, clean-1
ers and dyers, 33 North Second
street, 802-North Third street.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert help
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
efforts insure your satisfaction. & N
Cluck, 820 Woodbine street.
ABDOMINAL BELTS to order; any
kind you need. Comhbination Belts
with truss, for naval rupture and float
ing kidney. S. S. Appendicitis Belts for
after operation. Lady attendants.
Shanaman's, 408 Market, Second Floor.
HAULING"
B. W. LATHE. Boarding Stable and
National Transfer Co. Movers of
f llanos, safes, boilers and general haol
ng. 11. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
I 2503 R.
MONEY TO LOAN
LOANS— SS to S2OO for nonest work
ing people without bank credit at lesj
than legal rates, payable in instalments
to suit borrowers' convenience.
Cooperative
Loan and Investment Co..
204 Chestnut Street.
MONEY TO LOAN on first mortgage*
amounts to suit. C. Vernon Rettew
Co., No. 1000 North Third street.
STORAGE
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
new eight-story brick wa.-ehouses, one
absolutely fireproof divided Into fire
proof private rooms of various sizes for
the storage of household goods; the
other warehouse of the most approved
type of fire retardent construction for
general merchandise. They are equip
ped with two large electric freight ele
vators and spiral chute for the quick
! and safe handling of household goods
i and all kinds of merchandise. Low
storage rates. South Second street near
Paxton, on the tracks of Penna. R. R.
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pil
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons. 75 cents
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 411
Broad street. Both phones. (
NOTICE
SPECIAL MEETING
Of the Stockholders of the Keystone
State Fair and Industrial Exposition 1
will be held In their offices. In the Kun- '
kel Building. Harrlsburg, Pa., on Satur- ,
day, December Fifth, Nineteen Hun
dred and Fourteen, at Two o'clock P
M., for the purpose of amending its by
laws.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OK DISSOLUTION OK PART
NERSHIP
NOTICE is hereby Riven that the i
partnership heretofore existing between i
William Strouse and Ben Strouse, trad
ing and doing business under tlie firm
name and style of W. & B. Strouse, .
"The Globe." at 222 anil 324 Market
Street. Harrlsburg, Pa., lias been dis- i
solved by mutual consent; William
Strouse retiring therefrom, and Ben :
Strouse taking over the business and
nil of the assets and assuming all of i
the liabilities. All persons having I 1
claims against the said firm will pre-I <
sent them to him for payment, and i i
those indebted to the said firm may at <
their convenience make payment there- i
of to him. (
WILLIAM STROUSE.
BEN STROUSE. i
Trading as W. & B. Strouse. "The ]
Globe." ,
OFFICE OF THE KEYSTONE SANL ,
TARY COMPANY.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS i
BY resolution of the board of dlrec- i
tors of this Company duly passed on
the twenty-fifth day of April. Ninteen i
Hundred and Fourteen, it was determln- ]
ed that at the annual meeting of the 1
stockholders of said company, next to i
be held on the ninth day of January, (
Nineteen Hundred and Fifteen, at the |
principal office of the said company, at 1
216 South Second Street, Harrlsburg, i
Pa., an election will be held for the i
approval or disapproval of the Increase
of the capital stock of the said com- !
Bany8 any from Fifty Thousand Dollars to
ne Hundred Thousand Dollars. Notice
of such election Is hereby given. b
JOHN F. WHITTAKER,
Secretary-Treasurer.
ASSESSMENT BOOKS ~ t
County Controller*,! Office l
Harrlsburg, Pa., Nov. 21. 1914. i
SEALED BIDS will be received by <
the undersigned until 12 o'clock noon, i
Friday, December 4, 1814, for sixty- i
four (64) Triennial assessment books <
for the County of Dauphin, and fifty- 1
one (51) assessment books for the sev- <
era! School Districts In said County, for i
the year 1916, as per samnles In the 1
County Commissioners' Office,
HENRY W. GOCOH,
County Controller.
DECEMBER 3, 1914,
| THE MARKETS
SHIES OF BONDS ON
I EXCKE FILL OFF
L*
Dealings Lighter Today Than Any
Previous Session of
the Week
By Associated Press
J { New York, Deo. 3, —No changes of
! | Importance were recorded in to-day's*
, early market for bonds. Healings
| j were lighter than in the previous ses
? | slons of the week, with the usual of
) i ferings of stNiall Jots.
| Southern Railway 4s, Interborough
Refunding: 4s, Atchison Convertible 4s
an»l Chicago, Hock Island and Pacific
Railway Refunding 4s gains small frac
tions. Minor recessions were register-
I ed by Northern Pacific 4s, Burlington
; Joint 4s and New York Hallway Adjust-
I ments. Republic Steel Cs declined a
j small fraction, while I'nitud States
j Steel ;>s were uuciianged.
Trading became slightly more active
soon after the opening and the tone,
i while irregular, indicated less pressure.
. Missouri, Kansas and Texas Is gained
, a point, while tUe Kefu n din k 4s lost
I threw points. Tile several Issues of the
Koek island system were fairly active,
with one point gains in Chicago, Hock
Islund and Pacific Bs and Refunding 4s.
Tile largest single transaction i>f tile
morning was the sale of 60,000 United
States Steel 5s unchanged.
CHICAGO HOARD OF Tit ADE
By Associated Press
Chicago, 111., Dec. 3. Board of
1 rade closing:
Wheat—December. 1.14U: May. 1.20%.
Corn —December, (ill's: 'lay. 68 T».
<lats—December. 47: May, 51 !, i.
Pork- January, 18.05; May, 18.45.
Lard—January, 9.65: May,
Ribs—January, a.70; May. 10.02.
PHII.ADBI.FIII A MARtiKKT
By Associated l'ress
Philadelphia, Dec. 3. 2:00 P. M.
Stocks steady.
Cumbria Steel 40
Lehigh Navigation 73
Lehigh Valley 62*4
P. R. K 62 9-16
Philadelphia Electric 22"»
Philadelphia Traction 79
Reading G!i»i
Storage Battery Bid 47 '/4
Union Traction 39' i
V. G. I. Co 81
PItII.ADEI.I'HIA I'HOIUJCE
By Associated Press
j Philadelphia. Dec. 3. Wheat
Higher; No. red, spot, export. $1.14'/2
fit i.17 No. ], Northern. Duluth, ex
port. $1.26® 1.29.
Corn Steady; No. 2, yellow, local,
[email protected]
Oats Steady; No. 2. white, 54®
54 He.
Bran Firm; winter, per ton,
$26.00®27.00; spring, per ton, $25.00®
25.50.
Refined Sugars Market steady:
powdered, 5.20 c; fine granulated, 5.10 c;
confectioners' A. 5.00 c.
Butter The market is lower;
western, creamery, extras, 33c; nearby
prints, fancy, 366 c.
Eggs The market Is firm;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases, SIO.BO per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $9 10©10.20 per
case; western, extras, nrsts, free cases
SIO.BO per case; firsts, free cases. $8.90
® 10.20.
Live Poultry Weak; fowls. 11®
13c; old roosters, 10c; chickens. 11
®l2c; turkeys, 13®16c; ducks, 12®13c;
geese, 13® 14c.
Dressed Poultrv Weak; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18®19c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 17® 18c.
average receipts, 15®17c small, 13®
14c; old roosters, 13c; roasting
chickens, western, 13® 18c; broiling
chickens, nearby, laijpzjt'.: rto . western.
[email protected]; capons, large, •23®25c; do.,
small, [email protected]; turkeys, fancy, spring,
21®22c; average receipts, 18®20c;
small, 13® 14c; ducks, 15®16c; geese,
13® 14c.
Flour—The market is steady; winter,
clear, $3.85®4.10; straights, Pennsyl
vania. new, $5.00®5.25: spring straights
$5.35®5.60; do., patents, $5.65®6.50;
western, $4.25®4.40: patents.
4.75; Kansas straight, jute sacks, S4.IS
©4.30; spring, firsts, clear, $4.00®4.20;
straights, $4.20® 4.30; patents. $4,350
4.60.
Hay The market is weak; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales. slß.oo® 18.50;
No. 1, medium bales. $17.50® 18.00; No.
2, do., $15.50® 16.50; No. 3, do., $14.00®
15.00; sample, $13.00®14.00; no grade,
sll.oo® 13.00.
Clover mixed hay. Light mixed.
$17.00® 17.50; No. 1. do., $1G.00®16.50;
No. 2, do., $14.50®15.60.
Potatoes Market steady; Penn
sylvania, per bushel. 68®82c; New
York, per bushel, 45®52c; Jersey, per
basket, 35® 40c.
CHICAGO CATTLE
By Associated Press
Chicago. 111., Dec. 3. Hogs Re
ceipts, 48,000; dull. Bulk of sales. $6.65
® 6.85: light, $G.20®6.80; mixed, $6.50®
6.95; heavy, [email protected]>6.95; rough, $6.50®
6.60; pigs, $3.50®6.25.
Cattle Receipts, 7,000; steady. Na
tive steers. [email protected]: western, $5.25®
8.50; cows and heifers, $3.25®8.60;
calves, [email protected]
Sheep—Receipts, 20,000; slow. Sheep,
$5.20® 6.50; yearlings, $66.30®7.50;
lambs, $6.50®9.00.
HI VING MOVEMENT SPREADS
IV lit O.N AND STEEL TRADE
Special to The Teleiraph
New York, Dec. 3. The Iron Age
will say: "The buying movement In pig
Iron which started with large contracts
at Buffalo, as reported last week, has
extended to other districts. Cleveland,
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
Louis in particular have participated.
At the same time there are signs in the
finished steel trade pointing to con
siderable activity in December, making
that the best month In the final quarter
in point of tonnage.
"Pittsburgh sentiment Is more hope
ful, in the face of better buying of
bars and indications that in several
other lines consumers are willing to
take hold at the low prices reported in
connection with some contracts for the
first quarter. Operation of mills in De
cember Is not likely to be at a much
greater rate than In November, but the
opinion Is generul that this month will
lay the foundation for fuller running
schedules In January.
"The steady improvement In the
money and security markets has given
the steel trade ground for hopefulness
regarding projects that mean tonnage
for the mills.
"Foreign Inquiry for barb wire is
again of large proportions after a lull.
It comes from a variety of sources and
lots are talked of running up to 10,000
tons. Competition on previous pur
chases by the Governments at war
brought variations of $4 to $5 a ton In
the bidding. Wire rod sales for ex
port Include 9,500 tons by one interest,
and 10,000 tons more are wanted.
LEGAL NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: !
NOTICE is hereby given that Certlfl- 1
cate No. 162, dated April 20, 1915, in ,
the name of Mrs. Nellie Geiger Kauff- -
man for 2 shares of the capital stock i
of the Mechanics Trust Company, a
corporation in the State of Pennsylva
nia, with Its office in the City of liar- i
risburg. has been lost, mislaid, stolen
or destroyed, and that application will
be made to said Tru« . Company on De
cember 31. 1914. for the issuance of a .
duplicate thereof.
MltS. NELLIE GEIGER KAUFFMAN, ,
Kaufman. i
Franklin County,
Pennsylvania. i
| Deaths and Funerals
BOYSON FUNERAJj TOMORROW
Funeral services for Andrew C.
Boysou. a red 35 years, who died at
the home of Ills sister, Mrs. C. G. Fry,
, t>37 Curtln street, Tuesday evening,
will be held to-morrow afternoon at 2
i o'clock. Mr. Boyson whs a machinist
at the Foundry and Machine Works,
a member of the West End Social
Club, Loyal Order of Moose and the
Foundry and Machine Beneficial As
sociatlon. The services will be con
ducted by the Rev. Harvey Klaer,
pastor of the Covenant Presbyterian
Church. Burial will be made in the
Hurrisburg Cemetery.
BI'KY MRS. SUSAN' BRINK
The funeral of Mrs. Susan Brink,
aged 38 years, who died Sunday at
, her home, 317 Hummel street, were
held tiiis afternoon at 2 o'clock. The
' services were conducted by the Rev.
' Dr. Clayton Albert Smucker, pastor of
the Stevens Memorial Methodist
Church. Burial was made in the Pax
tang Cemetery.
I'IPKR FUNERAL
Funeral services for Frank D. Piper,
aged 49 years, who died Sunday at
his home. 111 South Dewberry avenue,
were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock,
i Burial was made in the Lincoln Ceine
, tery.
SPIIIXX SCIKX'IUFIO OLVB
i The Sphinx' Scientific Club of the
■ Harrlsburtg Academy will meet to
; morrow evening at the Academy.
Happenings of scientific interest will
! be the topic of discussion.
MRS. ELIZABETH R. MILLIGAN
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Milligan. aged 4 4
' years, wife of Samuel A. Mllllgan,
1 died last night at her home, 10S Conoy
street. She Is survived by her hus
band and a son, Frederick J. Milli
gan. She was a daughter of the late
' Frederick J. Gastrock. Funeral serv
ices will be held to-morrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
INTRHI<OCKISI« DIKEt'TOItATF.
Washington, D. C.. Dec. 3. lnte
rlocking directors in banks and trust
companies, not having common owners,
| may serve out their terms, provided
they do not extend more than two
years after the Una! passage of the new
Clayton trust 1)111, according to a de
cision to-day of the Federal Reserve
Board. The bill contains inhibitions
against interlocking directorates.
RUNS ON EAST SI 1)10 BANKS
New York, Dee. 3. Withdrawals of
deposits from private and savings
banks on the East Side, begun by for
eigners yesterday, a day after the sus
pension of the three banks of Abra
ham Kass, continued without abate
ment to-day.
wil.l. MKT EMBARGO
London, Dec. 3. The British For
eign Office and the American State De
partment are on the eve of making an
arrangement under which British Gov
ernment will remove its recentlv im
posed restrictions on the exportation
of certain articles from the British Em
pire. including the colonies. The ar
rangement will be highly important to
certain American Industries now un
able to procure greatly needed raw ma
terials.
MONEY TO LOAN '
at IfM ttinn legal rotes. In nay
nmouiifa. Payable In instalment* to
suit borrower. Positively lowest
rates In the city.
Pennsylvania Investment Co.
133 WALNUT STREET
I FOR SALE
2508-10 X. 6th Sf., Apartments.
8 jM»r crnt. net investment.
-25 Urn ml St., nn«l two hov»*n In
rear.
200 Delaware Ave., 2-ntory brick.
IKOS Green St., 3-atory brick, bar
wain to quick (inrchaner.
1023 3V. 2nd St., 3-«<tory brick.
91500 canh will buy thlM property.
1520 Swatarn St.. 3-ntory brick,
hnrgnln to quick purchaser.
Plots of Ground
Front and Potior Sis., 1011x100 ft.
Mil anil Emerald St*., SSV4iI27 ft.
N. 2nd St.. 40x100 ft.
Camp Hill
Long St., 2-story duelling, 1 acre
of ground.
I.ong St., 2-story dwelling, 2 acre,
.of ground.
Farms
100 acre*, 1% mile* cant of
UiiKlentown.
11l acre*, at Ileaver Station.
38 acres, mile* from Maryivllle.
H. M. BIRD
UNION TRUST BI.DO.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE
2014 Green Street—3-story brick
house; all Improvements. Now va
cant—key at our office. Owner
moved to Florida. Special price to
quick buyer.
BELL REALTY CO.
RERGNER BUILDING,
TOOL MAKING AN* JOBBING
fikll I'bone 2470J
B. C. Murray
5 North 10th Street
v J
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and other, upon their own umei.
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
tial.
Adams A Co., it BQ4. I if. Mt*«< ■«.
QIIBBER STAMQA
DfU SEALS & STENCILS UV
Ml V MFG.BYHBG.STENCILWORKS ■ si
U 130 LOCUST ST. HBG. PA. II
THE Harrlsburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dally, except Sunday,
at 3 P. M.. at its new location, 1701
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.
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