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you've looked the town over before HwL .1 to be P a >"* n S " lto a home and not to a 111/HlllUNw rent if needs be —but live in a home in- \ W £
deciding. landlord. stead of a rented house. o/
SDeatba
M: Died.~vp.il 11. 1916. Mrs.
ithcrlne Kline, at the home of her
lUghter. Mrs. K. F. Miller. 1325 North
rout street, a*ed S- years.
■rvlces will be held at the above ad
ess Ht 1 P. M.. Monday. April -4.
iw Rev J. H. Mark want ofhcin ling. i
urial Dauphin Cemetery. Relatives
in friends are Invited to attend
ithout further notice. l
i Died, April 1»H. Nellie,
ife of Walter S. Eby. Ui her 28a
*r, at the home of C. L Eby, Her
an avenue, Uemoyne.
uiioral services will be held Rt tne
>ove house on Monday, April -4, at
P. M.. 10 which relatives ami
iemus arr invited. Burial private at
amp Hill Cemetery. i
iESI.EV Died. April 20. 1916, !-«»-
>r Leroy Sheesley. son of Mr. ana
rs. John 13. Sheesley, aged two
jrvices will be helil Monday, April
at 9:30 A. Al.. at ihe residence or
s parents. L»ucknow, I'a. Burial
ast Harrisburff i>meter>. Kela
ves and iriena> are invited to at
•nd without further notice. |
In Memoriam
IN MEMORIAM
0 RESTOCK— In sad but loving re
nbrar.ee of my beloved husoand,
rles Hoss Coles tork. who departed
life April 22, 1915. W ,,, K
Lost and Found
OST Coiner State and i.inn. or on
Klestown car to Shoop » Church,
i's black bead purse, containing
ut 15. Reward if returned to IMS
lnut street. I
OST Thursday, pink, oval cameo
set with four pearls, safctv clasp,
dei kindly return to this office.
EWARD of $1«0 will be paid to per
linding body of Casper J. Troy, who
.iT C. V. Bridge ten days ago. Ad-
M. K. Troy. Carlisle.
Help W anted —Male
k" VN'Ti.. Young man to work in
•ery store. Ciive reference, ape ana
erience. 0., 4059, care of Telegraph.
("ANTED Puddlers and Puddlers
Ipers; stead work, no labor trovible.
Dominion Iron & Nail Works Com
iv, Richmond, Va.
iOOD monc. made at home knitting
ilery. Machines furnished on time
buy or sell your goons. Easy and
istant work. Wheeler Co. tine.),
Madison, Chicago.
WILL PAY any honest man up to
monthly for part of spare time. No
ivasslng. No capital. Write to-day.
1 rhies. Desk 15s, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Two strong men
wlu> understand something
;• >r»ut settin* up furniture anil
stoves ami to assist in shipping
department. Permanent posi
tion to the right party. Apply
at once to Gately Fitzgerald
Supply Co., 29 to 35 South Sec
011J street.
v\L,ES MANAGER Wide-a-wakc,
lure years, to take complete charge
r business Eastern Pennsylvania,
siniss reference required. Diagraph
rbon Paper Company, Philadelphia,
\GENTS Sell raincoats. New
.position. We deliver and collect.
*qer now earning $65 weekly.
In pie coat free. Comer Mfg. Co.. 754
stal street. Dayton. Ohio.
1 WANT a young man who is tired
working for a small salary, and de
es to become a merchant on his own
■ ponsibilitv. If you have li-d experi
us a clothing salesman, or custom
lormg business, and can furnish un
estionable referen. es, I can oiler yoti
unusual opportunity to enter the
'oring business. No investment nee
>ary. Address W., 4055, care oi
legraph.
WANTED A good MILLWRIGHT
experienced in putting up power
transmission, elevating and convey
ing machinery. Apply by letter to
>uperintendent. Security Cement &
Lime Company. Martinsburg, \\ . \ a.
W..NTKD—Two painters. Only first
is- mechanics need apply. Stam
ugh Hros.. 213 Muench street.
SILVERING MIRRORS s4 daily at
• ine; free instructive booklet. G. F.
idmond. Dept. 268. Boston. Mass.
WANTED Painters. Apply at
e to Gobi & Bruaw, 310 Strawberry.
WANTED —Good, able-bodied
en. Apply to Master Mechanics'
ttice, Central Iron and Steel Co.
WANTED An apprentice boy to
arn the plumbing trade. Apply to
5 Camp street.
WANTED. PIPE BENDER Man
•mpetent to handle any siase pjpe. Best
equipment. Address M., 4047, care of
tlegraph.
WANTED Two men to help repair
ltos. Chance to learn. No salary,
uto Trans. School. 29 North Eleventh
reet.
WANTED 4O able-bodied
ion between 21 and 40 "years of
2je for piece work. White or
alored. Apply in person to agent,
larrisburg Transfer, Pennsyl
ania Railroad Company, Division
treet. Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED A carriage body maker,
pply at once to J. L Saylor & Son,
arrlage Manufacturers, Annville, Pa.
Help Wanted —Female
W ANTED Experienced
ewing-machine operators, trim
lers and learners, to work on
.omen's and children's wear,
larrisburg Apparel Co., over
"ity Star Laundry, 414-416 State
treet, rear entrance.
WANTED Girls for laundry
rork. Apply at Palace Laundry, 2103
■'■Kan street. t
- SUBURBAN HOMES 1
FOR
I'nxtniiK —207 Pax tang Ave., a de
lightfully located 2H-story stucco
house (newi with .S rooms bath
and steam heat. Modern through
out. and on the market to be sold
Lot 45\150 ft.
ol<l Orchard—2Bth street, north of
Perry— a 2'^-story frame hous»
(single) * rooms bath and fur
nace. Lot 60x90. Price upon in-
MILLER BROTHERS & CO.
RE.IL ESTATE
laturanrr Surety (loads
"Locust and Court Street*
SATURDAY EVENING. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH APRIL 22. 1916
| Help Wanted —Female I
! WANTED—White cook and general!
house girl wanted in hotel. Apply
Hotel Wabash. Gettysburg, Pa.
! WANTED Girl for office: experi
ence not necessarv; give age and refer
j ence—AJ . eare of Telegraph. 1-
WANTED Washerwoman for Mon- I
days. Must take work home. Apply
120 Market street. Third Floor. j
WANTED Girls over 16 to
' strip tobacco. Also experienced
Rollers, Bunehmakers, Packers,
Filler and Binder strippers. Wel
fare looked after by trained nurse.
Apply Harrisburg Cigar Com
pany, 500 Race street.
WANTED—Operators good
pay experienced on power sew
ing machines. Jennings Mfg. Co.,
1414 State street.
WANTED Reliable white girl, or
woman, for light housework in down- ,
town private family Good wages.
Wanted at once. Address 8.. 3H72, care
of Telegraph, or Bell phone IS2SJ.
ANTED Women to devoto full
time, traveling, appointing agents. No
canvassing. $lO weekly. Kebscher,
Dept. A-::. Rothwttr, N. V.
FIVK bright, capable ladies to travel, '
demonstrate and sell dealers. ?25 to
JSO per week. Railroad fare paid. Good
rich Drug Company. Dept. 520. Omaha.
Neb.
WOMEN WANTED Full time sal
ary, *15.00, selling Guaranteed Hosiery I
to wearer: 2f>e an hour spare time; per
manent; experience unnecessary. Wear
proof Hosiery. Norristown. Pa.
WHITE GIIU. WANTED for general
.housework. Apply to 212S North Third
street, or Bel! phone 3961 W.
WANTED Experienced white wo
man to wash and iron two days of each
week. Apply Bell phone IS2SJ.
WANTED Young girl, or middle- ,
aged woman, for general housework.
Write, or apply. It. U Ipdegraff, York
s llavcn. Pa.
Help Wanted —
Male and Female
WANTKD Man and woman for
graiden and domestic work on «niali
roil n try place during the summer.
Dwelling. lu»ard and salary provided.
Splendid environment. Apply to Fourth
Floor of Bowman & Company.
WANTED—We have openings
for 12 more bright girls and boys.
Also work given out to do at
home. We teach you how and
furnish frame. Apply, Silk Mill,
Corner North and Second Streets.
Agents W anted
AGENTS Send no money. Just
say, send me particulars of your big
agent's offer. Mountain City Supply
ACT yI'ICK! Automobile Gasoline
going up. Sell GASO-TONIC. Equals
gasoline at 3c a gallon. Eliminates
carbon, oollar an hour profit. Sales
guaranteed. White Mfg. Co., Dept. 95,
I Cincinnati, Ohio.
FOR Bargains in Agent's Goods Read
"Agents .Magazine." two issues 10c.
Agents Magazine, Chicago.
AGENTS Men. women—for new
' specialties. A sale In almost every
home. Big profits. Address The Mld
-1 dleton Co.. Twenty-first and Perry
' streets. Erie. Pa.
EARN S2O to S4O weekly, selling our,
household specialties. No experience
necessary to sell these useful articles.
Moneymakers and repeaters. Particu
lars free. Warwick Co.. 1805 Warwick
. avenue. Baltimore. Md.
AGENTS Sell raincoats. New
proposition. We deliver and collect.
Cocper now earning $65 weekly. Sample
coat free. Comer Mfg. Co., 754 Royal
street. Dayton, Ohio.
WOI'LI' sl-">" MONTHLY as general
agent for SIOO,OOO corporation, and a
Ford auto of your own free, introduc
ing stock and poultry remedies, dips,
disinfectants, etc.. interest you? Then
* address Royoleum Co-operative Mfg.
' Co.. Dept. 123, Monticello. Ind.
FREE SAMPLE No Splash Water
' Strainers sell themselves —110 talking—
: experience unnecessary. Profits bis.
• Send 2c. (mailing cost). L G. Union
Filter Co.. N. T.
AGENTS Send no money. Just sa>,
send me particulars of your big agents'
. Shore Novelty Co., P. O. Box -iua,
1 i Pleasantvllle, IJ. J.
AGENTS—Try handling our house
hold articles; needed in every home. Big
■ sellers. Send at once for free particu
lars. Mack Merchandising Co.. Box 705.
> Uwrence, Mass.
>
WASHCLEAN smashing agent's profit
records. Women, hotels, cafes, iaun
-1 dries delighted reorder buyers. Life
' time business. Abolishes rubbing
1 clothes. Only steam bubble cleaning
process known; blows oul grit; saves
"'clothes and labor. Big profits. Sample.
particulars, free. Washciean Co., 310
; West Seventh. Pittsburg. Kans.
Hit. Kansas Company will start am
, bilious people in fast-growing mail
' order business; any locality; make $3,000
f yearlv; spare time' 110 canvassing; no
experience, we furnish everything; new,
r anique selling methods free. Eyestone,
President. 41 West Seventh, Pittsburg,
> | Kansas.
THE COUNTRY IS PROSPEROUS;
1 get your share; increase your income
by devoting all or spare time. Others
are. The Mail Order Business is the
modern way. No canvassing. Ambi
tion more necessary than experience or
. capital. Booklet free. Pease Manufac
turing Co., Inc., Dept. 109, Broadway,
: Buffalo, N. T.
AGENTS MAKE $•". to $25 daily. No
experience. Free catalog and samples.
1 New goods. Quick sales. Big profits.
World's beaters. Cruver Co., Jackson
" and Campbell. Chicago. 111.
1 .SENSATIONAL GAS SAVER, saves
. sl9 vearly; tits every gas range; won
derful demonstration; costs 20c. sells
f 50c. agents getting rich. American Gas
e Reduction Co.. Transportation Building,
i Chicago.
. i AUTOMATIC STOP FOR GRAPHO
y PHONES Perfect, simple, effective
3 stop when end of record is reached.
Easily attached to tone arm. Twentieth
= Cei.ttirv Wonder. Guaranteed. Mailed,
I postpaid, any address, SI.OO. Grafts
men, Dept. U. Chagrin Falls, Ohio.
AGENTS Do not delay. Send to
dav for free sample and large catalog of
quick-selling articles. Household
SpeHaiiies i'o.. 2452 North Stanley
stre-t, Philadelphia. Pa.
Salesmen Wanted
SALESMEN WANTED Experien
ence unnecessary, easy work, big pay.
Write for Ifcrge list of openings offer
ing opportunities to earn from SIOO to
'ssoo a month while you learn. Address
nearest Office. Dept. 241. National
Salesmen's Training; Association, Chi
cago. New York, San Francisco.
SALESMEN calling on trade in small
tnwns for side line Dress (ioods.
1 Blankets, Flannels, etc. to re
tailers. Liberal rommlsslon. v c.
i Rollm&n & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Salesmen Wanted
WANTED To pay $1,600 to $3,000
yearly to men to call upon manufac- ;
turers, wholesale and retail dealers,
banks and doctors. $25.00 weekly ad- j
vance. Experience helpful, but not es- |
sentlal; we pay each Thursday; full In
, struc4!on« assure Buceesn. H. O. Jones. !
1 Secretary. 371 Schwlnd Building, Day-'
I ton. Ohio.
WANTED Salesman to call on gro- j
cers. general stores and confectioners
in small country towns. 25 per cent, i
commission, S4O weekly drawing ac- j
' count. Crown Cider Company. 207
South Commercial street, St. Louis, Mo.
Dept.
SAL.ES MANAGER WANTED—Some
thing new. Business necessity. Re
tails $5 to SIOO. Enormous profits. No
competition. Exclusive territory. Free
samples. Savers Co., 457 Walnwrlght,
I St. Louis. j
WE WANT live, hustling men to sell
Oils. Paints and Specialties. Salary or ,
commission. Exclusive territory. Make
SIOO to SIOO monthly. The Buckeye OH
Paint Co.. Cleveland. Ohio. I
Situations Wanted —Male
WANTED Experienced carpenter
or plumber wishes position. Mr. Doyle,
ISO! North Third.
WANTKD Young white man de
sires place on farm, or any other kind
of work, for Tuesday, Wednesday and
Saturday of ca< h week. Address K.,
1057, care of Harrisburg Telegraph.
WANTED Position as chauffeur; do ,
own repairing; can give Al references.
Apply 221 South street.
1 WANTED Work of any kind; can
furnish best of references. Apply 1109
North Cameron.
WANTED Young man desires |
work of any kind in city; can furnish
best of references. Apply to 1011 Cum
berland street. City.
WANTED Young colored man de
sires position as chauffeur; do own re
pairing; good references. Address 343 ,
Muench.
WANTED Young man wishes po
sition as painter; one and one-halt
. years' experience; can furnish best of
reference. Address 1109 North Cam
eron.
WANTED Young man wishes work ,
of any kind; has had one year's expert
, ence as clerk in automobile accessory I
stock room. Address J., 4036, care of
j Telegraph.
WANTED, AT ONCE—Reliable white
girl, or woman, for light housework lit
downtown private family, ciood wages.
Address B„ 3672. care of Telegraph, or
Hell phone IS2&J.
WANTED Place as waitress at
restaurant or ice cream parlor; experi- j
ence. Apply 523 North Sixth.
WANTED Washing and ironing to
do at home. No. 1311 Hunter street,
City.
WANTED Seamstress wishes plain
sewing of any kind, by day, week or
piecework. Address No. 1217 Swatara
street.
WANTED Colored woman wants
position as cook. Address li. B. G., care
of Telegraph.
WANTED Reliable colored woman
wants day's work of any kind. Ad- j
dress 100 Tanners street. City.
WANTED Colored woman desires
day's work of any kind. Address 1003
Cowden street. City.
Situations Wanted —Female
WANTKD Typewriting 1 and steno
graphic work to tlo at home; will po
out and take dictation. Call, or address.
Ruth Etier. 1201 Mulberry street.
Real Estate For Sale
NEW BRICK HOUSE All improve
ments: side entrance. Price, $2,350. Can
be bought on easy payments. H. G.
, Pedlow, 110 South Thirteenth street.
FOR SALE Boas Street. No. 1822
New two-story brick house. «i rooms,
bath, reception hall. electric light,
chestnut finish, porch, side entrance,
granolithic walks, and drive alley in
rear. Price. $2,350. Easy terms. Now
rented at SIS. J. E. Gipple. 1251 Mar
ket street.
FOR SALE Hunter Street, 16»0
block B-room frame house; all Im
provements (except furnacei; porch;
paved streets front and rear. Price
only $1,500. J. E. Gipple. 1251 Market
street.
FOR SALE Dlsbrow Street. No. S2
Modern 3-story frame dwelling with
s rooms and bath, porch, side entrance
and paved street. Price. $2,300. J. E.
Gipple. 1251 Market street.
FOR SALE ■— Walnut street. No. 1500
—Modern corner brick house; all irn
provments, and well located. Price,
$3,300. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market street.
GREEN STREET HOUSES FOR SALE
—near Mai-lnv street also other up
town property. Tell us what you want,
as we may have it. Bell Realty Co., '
Bergner Building.
$2,400 WILL BUY a 2!»-story frame
house, with bath porch front lot,
35x150 variety of fruit. Also other
i suburban property for sale. Bell Realty
Co.. Bergner Building.
NO. 1610 DERBY STREET FOR SALE
—Meam-heated gas bath ce
mented cellar porch front 9 rooms
—three-story brick. Also 1710 Derry—
all improvements. Particulars at Bell
Realty Co.. Bergner Building.
PROGRESS LOTS FOR SALE 220-
ft. plots; high location, near school
house. Also 86 ft. on Raysor street,
near trolley. Apply to John L Ream,
Twenty-seventh and Boas streets. Pen
brook.
THREE-STORY brick house. No. 433
Harris street for sale 9 rooms
— gas furnace. This property
can be bought at a reasonable price.
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Building.
MT. GRETNA cottage for sale, or
would consider exchanging on city
property pf most any kind; a location
for a garage preferred. Box S. 3812,
; care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Desirable build
-1 ing lots, located on Fourth, Fifth,
Schuylkill and Atlas streets, in
1 blocks or the whole. A splendid
opportunity for builder. Inquire
' or address, F. R. Oyster, trustee,
J care of Harrisburg Telegraph,
city.
FOR SALE Summer cottage at Per
j dlx six rooms south side of State
'< Road only a few minutes' walk from
station lot. 50x132 ft—sl,6oo. Miller
Brothers & Co.
1612 FORSTER STREET Three-
I story, brick and stucco. Beautiful
neighborhood. Lot, 25x110. Price, In
cluding fitted sere-ens, storm windows,
f hot water coil, cabinet gas range,
1 shades, $3,800. Apply on premises.
i
FOR SALE Your choice of nine
r new brick and stucco dwellings, located
in 2500 block on Derry Street. Ele
gantly finished and equipped. Can be
purchased on easy terms. Prices range
- from $2,850 to $3,100. It will pay you
to inspect them. Brinton-Packer Co.,
- Second and Walnut streets.
s FOR SALE Farm containing 95
i acres near Andersontown. York Coun
ty, good frame dwelling and Wame
bank barn, running water through
- farm, elegant soil, possession al once.
1 This farm ■an be bought for $1,000.0"
! less than Its value, and only $500.00
- cash required. Pi Ice. $3,500.00. Brin
[ ton .Packer Co., Second and Walnut
i streets.
Real Estate For Sale I
LOTS—Levi Brandt Est., Elk- 1
wood, New Cumberland 5O ft.,
front up to one-half acre plots —■ ,
j sewer water gas—electricity. \
S2OO up. Easy payments. sc '
i trolley. Keeney & Simmons, j
1 Agents. ! 1
' FOR RENT Seven rooms, ball! and I
i hall; electric lights; steam heating; i
I plant: located on Market street, near ,
; Washington avenue, Washington
i Heights. Possession given at once. In- ,
i quire G. A. Rice. Washington Heights.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, 3-story
brick dwelling, all modern itnprove-
I ments, front porch, in the 1600 block
on Market Street. Brinton-Packer Co., |
| Second and Walnut streets.
CHESTNUT ST.. NO. 105 Three- j
story brick; three sides open; side !
entrance; good condition; immediate ;
possession. Apply Geo. Bergner, 604 1
I Bergner Building.
(SO) EDtJECITY (*.t.VlO)
Joins City Market (3) Railroads (100)
trairs daily. With Green Houses and
Karl? Vegetables and Berries can make
in few years ($3000) every (12) month, j
! The secret—Ambition Enterprise and'
Work. Meadow land) creek advant
ages valuable. (New Home) two
porches, large windows (new roof)
barn. Paved street almost to fine Lo
1f at ion Farm at a Bargain. Death
Sacrifice Nuf-sed. With (fine) team
Horses (2) cows (4) hogs (10) chickens,
(take) at once (So> acres only ($3800).
<lOl MII.F.THOI.I.EV IfHOOI
With (Fine Cow) and (Two Hogs) j
and (20) chickens (2) ton Straw (and) !
May (25) bushel Oats (.10) bushel corn
tloi bushel potatoes—Price for every-'
'thing ($900) terms ($500) cash Balance!
to suit Buyer—(6) room Home with '■
Basement. coxy Bank Barn, running
Spring Water, smooth soil and no
stones. Apples. peaches, cherries,
ill urns, quinces, pears, grapes and ber
ries. By Public Road, Rural Route,
handy to neighbors. school, church
tini'.e) to Trolley and (City Market) —!
Widower (Owner).
(ISO! I* tRTC.tSH
(Above) without (Timber) and if in
cluded valued ($1500) will take onlv
($.1500). Means Locust, oak, chestnut.,
walnut and some pine. Only (mile) to |
! Susquehanna River and Two Railroads i
and (3) mile to Two Towns. Buildings,
painted valued ($-1500) alone. Beautiful'
Location. Adapted for Stock Farm.
! To help make Quick Sale ($600) team !
Horse age (6) weigh (2SOO) new wagon l
and harness (3) cows (20) ton Hay and
Straw (20»> bushel oats (400) corn
($1000). Widow alone.
GKOIUiK 11. OSTI»AM)F.I«,
Danville Phonehours Sunbury
Mornings (7 to 8) Evenings.
TEN-ROOM BRICK HOUSE with
front and back porches—on State Street
; (Harrisburg's Boulevard Street). Rea-!
sonable price and very favorable terms. !
Miller Brothers & Co., Locust and Court j
] Streets.
FOR SALE at sacrifice price,'
3-story frame house, at 1731 Sus-'
quehanna street, newly painted
and in splendid condition, side en
trance. Must be sold before May,
1. Inquire S. F. Fitzgerald, 317!
Walnut.
OLD ORCHARD HOME Just off .
Derry Street—for very good reasons
this property will be sold at an attrac- !
! tive figure—2H-story brick and stucco
—8 rooms bath and furnace. l>ot, !
19x90 ft. Address P. O. Box 597. Har
risburg. Pa.
FOR SALE New bungalow on Hi
acre plot, one mile from Penbrook, at
Raysorsville. on Union Deposit Road.
Will sell cheap and allow part of pur
chase money to remain in property. C.
M. Panneil. Secretary, 151 South Fourth
street, Steelton.
FOR SALE Beautiful, new two
and-a-half-storv brick residence In one
of the finest locations in the city. 1001
North Seventeenth street. Corner lot.
60x120 feet. Eight rooms and attic.
Hali through center. All improvements.
Pine la Mr 11 and shrubbery. Sold on easy
terms. Inquire of J. A. Slngmaster,
Gettysburg. Pa.
Real Estate For Rent
FOR RENT—Oltices suitable
for a doctor or dentist or general
purposes. Light, heat and at
tendance. Dr. John Oenslager,
711 North Third street.
FOR RENT Two business rooms
in Palmyra. Good location, opposite
post office. One 30x45, first and second
doors, other room suitable for dentist
or small busiuea*. Apply J. Spayd
Bomberger, Palmyra, Pa.
FOR RENT
No. 1713 Revere Street and gar
age $25.00
No. 1500 Walnut Street 25.00
No. 1911 Park Street 22.00
No. 101!# South 2Hj Street 10.50
No. 1249 Market Street, storeroom
J. E. GIPPLE,
1251 Market Street.
FOR RENT lB3l Herr street 1
new brick house never occupied
9 rooms and bath. Possession imme- :
diately. Rental. s2l per month. In
quire ('has. Barnliart, 1821 Whitehall. 1
FOR RENT —Large, new double
brick house at Oyster Point, Camp Hill. ;
Rents, S2O and s2l per month. All
modern improvements. Two minutes'
walk to street car line. Will be ready
about April 1. West Shore Realty Co..
Baer & Rice, Lemoyne Trust Building.
Pa. Beil phone 3198 J. !
Real Estate For Sale or Rent
FOR SALE. OR WOULD RENT FOR !
THE SUMMER Cottage. medium,
sized, and completely furnished, unen
cumbered and bossession at once, situ- j
ated at Ocean City, New Jersey, on cen- 1
tral avenue. Address H., Post Office
Box V, Harrisburg, Pa. j
FOR SALE OR RENT A good six
room house, with electric light, along
Philadelphia and Reading. Suitable for
summer outing. Inquire P. O. Box 67,
Grantham, Pa.
FOR SALE OR RENT Six-room
cottage at Cove Station, Perry county.
Address Grace Meredith Rettew, 323
Chestnut street, Coatesville. Pa.
Farms
FOR SALE—YORK COUNTY FARMS
1 2.'! ACRES, located 1% miles from
New Cumberland 7-rooin bungalow—
bath hot water heat cemented cel
! lar running water barn—chlcken
\ house—orchard 65 trees. Ideal chicken
; farm or country club. $1,500 cash re
' quired.
Truck Farm 32 acres 2OO fruit
trees l,OOO asparagus lOO straw
berries lOO grapes 5 acres wood
j land. $1,300. House, barn. etc.
4 1-3-acre truck farm—4-room house.
$l,lOO.
214-story New Market frame house—
' tin roof —10t.50x150. SBOO.OO.
KEENEY & SIMMONS.
, New Cumberland, Pa.
1 Wanted —Miscellaneous
; VICTROLAS. GRAPHONOLAS AND
1 RECORDS WANTED for Highest cash
• prices. Phone 385R, or call Dayton
Cycle Co., 912 North Third street.
» MOTORCYCLES WANTED Must be
■ bargains for cash. Bell phone 3SSR—
! Dayton Cycle Co., 912 North Third
1 street.
1 WE teach our students to read and
' write shorthand; also transcribe rapidly
on a blank keyboard by our touch
t mothod. Bell 704 R. Harrisburg Short
i band School, 31 North Second.
A\ anted—Miscellaneous
RENT FREE Communicating bed- I
room and kitchen, with improvements, j
electric lights and phone, in return for
light service—about one hour's work
each day. Snap for right party. Mid
dle-ago or elderly man and wife pre
ferred. Inquire Office. 429 Broad street,'
9-11 A. M.
WANTED To .buy a portable gar
age. Must be cheap. Address Box 43,
Rutherford Heights.
WANTED, TO BUY Small house In '
good location. Must have rear alley, I
room In yard for shop. State price,
street and number. Address 11.. 4042, j
care of Telegraph.
WANTED One or two good gray,
roan or dapplegray horses. 6 vears old. I
weigh about 1,300 tbs. each, city broke |
and guaranteed. Brelsford Packing and j
! Storage Co.
HEMSTITCHING
All kinds of Hemstitching done by
1 Mrs. Forster. 256 Cumberland street.
| WANTED Old Machinery. Boilers.
Engines. Motors, Automobiles unfit for i
i repair. Highest prices for large lots
Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc and all old
materials. F. R. Laverty. Bell pl.-ne j
761 W. Harrlsburh. l*a.
Apartments For Rent
FOR RENT ll4 Chestnut street. I
furnished second fioor, three rooms [
with private bath; steam heat and gas. |
• All for $25.00. Bell phone 1725 R.
I FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
consisting of three rooms and bath,
1 porch view overlooking the river, in j
private family; all conveniences and
phone. Apply to 800 North Second ,
street.
I SECOND ST.. N„ 34 The Young
Apartments for adults only; six rooms I
and bath, third floor. Apply to A. C. I
Young, 26 North Third street. Bell 713 J. j
FOR RENT Nice, cool, corner, cozy i
apartment, strictly private, consisting j
, of three rooms, gas, range, ■water and
cabinet in kitchen; rent moderate. In- ;
' quire 1323 Wallace street. First Flat. '
FOR RENT Third floor apartment
with all conveniences; large bay win- I
dow. Apply Mrs. L. Bomberger, 1945 1
, North Sixth street.
FOR RENT From April 1, apart
! ment In the Sixth Streot Bank Building.
Apply at Bank. Sixth ana Maclay
streets.
I
FOR RENT House in good location,
snd splendidly furnished. Will rent to
reliable party Immediately. References
required. Address J., 3772, care ot
lelegraph.
FOR RENT Furnished apartments |
for light housekeeping; 4 rooms and
bath. Coll Louis Apartments. Sixth and !
Herr. Also two rooms. Apply at 621
North Second. j
SECOND ST.. N.. 1702—Five and six- |
I room apartments, complete for house- j
keeping, with porch; strictly private;
i moderate rents; most beautiful outlook |
and surroundings in city. Open daily
for inspection.
' |
107 SOUTH FRONT STREET 2 pec- I
ond floor housekeeping apartments,
containing 2 or 3 rooms with baths
and kitchens. Possession April 1. Ap- ;
ply to Brinton-Packer Co., Second and
. Walnut streets. !
Rooms For Rent
FOR RENT Large, cheerful room;
all conveniences. Apply 9 North Front.
j FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
! room, on second floor, all conveniences,
in private family; terms reasonable. 231
Forster street, two squares from Capi
tol.
FOR RENT Two communicating
second floor front rooms, furnished or
unfurnished; suitable for office or llv
ingroom and bedroom; all conveniences;
between Pine and State. Box K.. 4053,
caro of Telegraph.
UNFURNISHED Single or com
municating, with kitchenettes, for light
housekeeping. Strictly private. All
conveniences. Stoves furnished free.
Laundry, phone and bathroom privil
eges. Easy payments. Janltress ser
vice. Inquire 429 Broad street. Dally
inspection invited.
1 FOR RENT Two large and airy,
""ingle rooms: also parlor and adjoining
i bedroom; suitable for two men or of
fice; furnished complete; use of Bell
phone. Address 719 North Sixth street.
FOR RENT Three rooms on third
floor, furnished complete for light
housekeeping, within two minutes'
walk of either station. Rent. SIO.OO per
month. Address C., 4050, care of Tele
graph.
FOR RENT—Third floor front room,
facing Capitol Park; stationary wash
stand; hot and cold water; use of bath;
electric lights; city heat; Bell phone;
gentleman preferred. Call 410 North
street.
FOR RENT—Chestnut St.. 107, splen
did furnished rooms; also two adjoin
ing rooms; all conveniences; desirable
location; centrally located; private fam
ily; rent reasonable. Apply Mrs. J. A.
Durand, above address.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
all conveniences, including use of Bell
j phone. Apply 1015 North Front street.
STOREROOM FOR RENT Fine
large room, 231 North Seond street. In
quire 217 North Second.
Board and Rooms
WANTED We want the people of
Harrisburg to know that we are serv
ing the best 25c Dinner in the city. The
Home Dlningrooni, 123 South Second
street.
For Sale —Miscellaneous
For Sale—New 1916
H AR LEY-DAVIDSON
Motorcycle
I Electrically equipped. With speedo
meter.
I West End Electric & Cycle Co.
j Indian Green and Maclay Sts.
FOR SALE Pedigreed Boston Ter
riers. Apply 308 South Fifteenth street.
FOR SALE All the counters, shelv
ings, stools and tables from Cook's De
partment Store, 308 Market street. Na
tional Cash Register and mirrors.
Bought by S. Meltzer, 513 Walnut
; street. Bell phone 282 J.
GROCERY STORE located on Market
Street near the Pennsylvania Railroad
Station, this city. Price, $650.00. THIS
IS A BARGAIN. Confectionery Store,
Ice cream parlor, cigars and sundries,
j Price. $500.00 and other considerations
amounting to $250.00 or less. Rent,
$11.50 per month. Electric service rate
iis very low. Store located in the flve
' cent fare district from Market Square
• in a live neighborhood. It will pay you
ito investigate. Walter H. Cummings,
, 905 Kunkel Building.
' | FOR SALE Bargain Ford tour
ing car. completely overhauled; run
4,000 miles; over SIOO worth of extras;
; will demonstrate. O. H. Watts, Mtllers
j burg. Pa.
: MACHINE TOOLS AND LATHES
10 (New I 18"x8' Bed Engine Lathes,
- 30", 3«"xlO' Powell Planer, 24" Walcott
) Geared Shaper; "hi and 32-H.-P. Gils
i Engines. Immediate shipment. Low
i .prices: write or wire to-day.
IBAIRD MACHINERY CO.. PITTS
BURGH, PA.
- FOR SALE One full size oak bed
1 and spring. Apply at No. 208 Kelker
street (third floor), Monday, after 6
- ; P. M.
J j BICYCLES BICYCLES Prices to
i suit your pocketbook. Open a charge
. account. Pay a little each week. Day
i ton Cycle Co., 912 North Third street.
For Sale—Miscellaneous
I MOTORCYCLE RIDERS—SPECIAL—
I Firestone Non-Skid Casings. 28x3, $6.50
I each while thev lust. Better see them
to-day. Dayton Cycle Co.. 912 North
Third street.
L AUTOMOB ILE TIRE B ARO AINS- — i
tires. 30x3H. two almost new. other two
In Rood condition. Tires, tubes and
wheels —$20. See them to-il*y at our
store A real bargain. Dayton Cycle |
Co., 912 North Third street. Bell phone
I 385 R. j
I FOR SALE Merry-go-round hav
ing 24 horses and 4 chariots. Hershell
: Spliltnan make. Everything complete.
l ln good condition. Will sell cheap for
| cash. Wm. Burkholder, R-8. Chambera-
I burg, Pa.
| FOR SALE, at Gable's. 111-117 South
Second street, Lawn Fence, Field Fence,
j Gales. Poultry Netting. Building Hard
ware. Plaster Board, Upson Wall Board.
Compo-Board. Doors, Sash, Shutters,
I Mouldings, Porch Posts, etc.
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
I Office.
FOR SALE 5O Shares of Stock of
i the Union Trust Company of Pennsyl
vania. Harrisburg, Pa. Apply Room
1 308 Telegraph Building, Harrisburg. Pa.
FOR SALE—One Preario Tank
Developing Outfit (for size 2 T 4x
1.U4 pictures). Also printing out
fit for same. Two printing frames,
graduate, etc. First reasonable
otter takes same. Address, Box
; A-3808, care Telegraph.
1 FOR SALE —An all-stoel fireproof
paper baler, making bales 80 to 126
pounds. Address "Baler," care of Tele
; graph.
j AT GABLE'S. 118. 115 and 117 South
Second street. 5.000 gallons New Era
ready-mixed paint. Acme quality. All
! the full line of the Acme make.
AT GABLE'S. 111-117 South Second
street. 5,000 sets new sash, Bxlo, 12 L.
primed and glazed, at SI.SO per set.
Also other sizes.
BARGAINS IN TYPEWRIT
(ERS. A fresh shipment of factory
I REBUILT LIKE NEW L. C.
Smith No. s's at attractive prices
GEO. P. TILLOTSON, 211 Lo
cust street.
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business OfOce.
i
For Rent —Miscellaneous
j FOR RENT Storage In private
' rooms. Also furnished office, with
ilarge show windows and cemented base
i ment; desirable location; suitable for
] repair work of all kinds. Will rent
offlflce or basement separate if desired.
I Terms very reasonable. Inquire Office,
j 429 Broad street. 10-12 A. M.
FOR RENT Storeroom,
j Hamilton street, near Third
istreet business block. Rent sl2.
Clias. Adlcr, 1002 North Third
I street.
Business Opportunities
■—-
t BUY AKRON. OHIO. RUBBER STOCK
• —Limited amount in going company
j enlarging to supply demand for tires,
j Big returns. Address Rubber, 323 Ohio
' Building, Akron, Ohio. •
| INVESTMENT—S6O investment may
; mean financial Independence for you.
Money fully secured. McTon Co. In
vestments, 314 Orear-Leslie Building,
Kansas City, Mo.
|l >
| OIL SIO.OO invested with us has
made others S3OO In less than six
! months. Let us send you our maga-
I zine. "Profitable Investments." six
months free, which tells how to make
your money make you independent.
The HofTman Company. 407 Fannin
street. Houston, Texas.
ANY Intelligent person can »arn *jood
lrcom* corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate, 798, Lock
, | port. N. Y.
PATENTS Secured Through Credit
' | System. Send Sketch. Free Search and
. Certificate of Patentability. Book and
j List of Patent Buyers Free. Waters &
Co., 4431 Warder Building, Washington,
ID. C.
' : BE YOUR OWN BOSS Own a cor
ner grocery store or a cigar store, well
: | located on Hill. Investigate. H. G.
; j Pedlow, 110 South Thirteenth street.
A LADY, with about S2OO, would in
vest same, with services, in established
"'business suitable to lady, millinery or
' | dressmaking preferred. Only those
' who mean business apply. Address U„
' *1056, care of Telegraph.
UNLESS you have brains, ability and
' from S2OO to S7OO in cash, don't answer
tills ad. Sales Manager wanted to open
office, organize and manage salesmen.
Possibilities unlimited. Manager, 1827
Lytton Building, Chicago.
RESTAURANT AND FURNISHED
. ROOMS, EQUIPMENT, $475 CASH
' Good for SSO weekly clear and living:
town 8,000, Pennsylvania R. R. and
I Philadelphia and Reading; best street,
'facing Susquehanna river; 10 minutes'
: walk new shrapnel shell plant to em
i ploy 3.500 men and $250,000 addition to
car shops: 15-bed outfits; new coal
land gas ranges; complete and making
money; health requires change. Ad
dress New Restaurant. Mtlton, Pa.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
IF you have had some experience as
clothing salesman, enjoy wide acquaint
ance. and desire to engage in the cus
! torn tailoring business without invest
ing any money in stock or shop equip
| ment. the opportunity is here. Assure
' us of your honest, enterprise and sell
i ing ability, and we will do the rest.
This Is your chance to become a
merchant. Address W„ 4054, care of
; Telegraph.
Business Personals
White Detective Agency
1 Trustee Building, 8 N. Market s'quare.
i All lines of detective work handled.
Bell phone 127 W.
MOVING
WE move pianos . carefully. Bell
>146. Winter Piano Co., 23 North Fourth
■ | street.
' ! FURNITURE, second-hand, bought at
.'highest cash prices and sold at rea
! t sonable prices. Phone and we will call.
• Max Smeltz, 1016 Market street.
i Leather traveling bags and sultc&ses
. (drummers' samples) positively at the
lowest prices in the city Call and be
- convinced. Also suits of clothing,
• watches, diamonds and sporting goods
i: at low prices. COHEN & SON, Reliable
; Pawnbrokers, 431 Market street, at
- subway.
CASH PAID for good cast-oft Ladle*'
and Men's Clothing. Shoes, Furniture
and Carpets. Please give description
1 of goods you want to sell. Send postal
, to 636 Herr street
FOR falling hair try Grosa Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
" ! Druggist and Apothecary. 118 Market
i street. Harrisburg. Pa. Telephone
: I orders given prompt attention. Bell
< ! 1960.
r ■ __
5 ' HAULING
R. A. HARTMAN. Boarding Stable
"land National Transfer Co. Movers of
' i pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
- I ing. H. W. Lathe. Manager, Fifth and
- Woodbine street*. Bell phone No.
I 2503 R.
Storage
FIREPROOF STORAGE. Private
rooms for household goods, $2 per
month and up. We invite inspection.
Low Insurance. 437-445 South Second
street. Harrisburg Storage Company
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons. 76 conta
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 411
j Broad street.
Livestock and Poultry
S. C. W. LEGHORN EGGS FOR
HATCHING l5 for SI,OO, delivered.
Good laying strain. Satisfaction guar
anteed. West End Poultry Yards, Box
123, Loysvllle, Pa.
EGGS FOR HATCING Plymouth
Rock, barred beauties, prolific layers.
Eggs supplied on premises at fi cents,
where mated pens Invito inspection. 310
Third street. New Cumberland, Pa. J.
Oren.
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
and Barred Rocks: all laying. Have a
few cockerels. Apply A. B. Davis, 2436
Canby street, Penbrook, Pa.
EGGS S. C. W. Leghorn Eggs frt,m
selected breeders, $5.00 per 100. Breed
ing stocK for sale. Also three Cypher
incubators, cheap. Locust Grove Farm.
Mar v sville. United phone,
i
Musical
PARTY would like to store or sell
their piano. Would sell cheap for cash.
Address Harry A. Myers, care of Tele
graph.
EXPERT PIANO TUNING
$1.50 Bell 144
Winter Piano Co., 23 N. Fourth St.
WE BUY any kind of talking ma
chines and records, or trade them in on
new up-to-date machine. 315 Broad
street.
Automobiles
FOR SALE Two covered bodies,
wuii extension to cover driver's Mat;
screens ami curtains on all sides; ault
able for two or tliree-ton truck or mov
ing van. Morton Truck and Tractor
Co.. Nineteenth and Derry streets.
FOR SALE lnternational truck,
1,500 pounds capacity, (.'heap to good
buyer. Apply Morton Truck and Trac
tor Co.. Nineteenth and Derry streets.
FOR SALE One three to three-and
one-lialf-ton worm-drive truck, with
driver's seat. Used about 200 miles as
demonstrator. Good proposition. Ap
ply Morton Truck and Tractor Co.,
Nineteenth and Derry streets.
FOR SALE Roadster, standnrd
make, in good repair; two new tires.
Bargain for some one. Bell phone lOn.
ROADSTER FOR SALE A 1 condi
tlon. Make excellent truck. Can be
, bought cheap if taken at once. 136
Bosler street, Lemoyne, or Box 95, Le
moyne.
Notice
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Blubnker Coul Company
will be held at the office of The W. O.
Hickok Mfg. Co. Harrisburg, Pa., at 12
o'clock, noon. May 1. 1916, for the elec
' lion of officers and such other busi
ness as may be properly presented.
ROSS A. HICKOK, Secretary.
Legal Notices
NOTICE
I'nxtnng Cemetery Association
THE Annual Meeting for election of
, 3 directors, and other business, will be
held at the office, In the cemetery, from
, 2 to 3 P. M„ Monday. 21th April.
• BELLETT LA W.SON.
Secretary.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of
. the Cumberland Valley Telephone Com
. pany of Pennsylvania, for the election
' of Directors and the transaction of such
! other business as may lawfully come
' before such meeting, will be held at
the office of the Company, 227 Walnut
• Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on
' Monday, May 1, 1916, at 2:00 P. M.
O. K. KINES.
• Secretary.
1 PROPOSALS FOR THE SALE OP*
WASTE PAPER—OFFICE l)K THE
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
I PI BMC HOIiNDS AMI 111 11, DINGS,
' HARRISBI UU. PENNSYLVANIA
: SEALED PROPOSALS for the sale of
; waste paper, for the year ending May
1 31. 1917, will be received by the Super
: | Intendent of Public Grounds and Build
• j lugs at his office in the State Capitol
Building. Harrisburg, Pa., until 12
o'clock noon of Tuesday. May 9th. 1916,
; at which time the proposals will be
1 ! opened and published in the Reception
• | Room of the Executive Department at
Harrisburg.
Bidding blanks, and all necessary In-
I formation can be obtained at this office.
( SAMUEL 13. RAM 80,
Superintendent of Public Grounds and
' Buildings.
L. W. MITCHELL
Secretary.
1
NOTICE
1 NOTICE Is hereby given that an ap
: plication will be made to the Governor
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia. on the 24th day of July, A. D. 1916.
, by Wm. B. Bennett, Trustee; Augustus
L.utz and A. H. Fralm, under the pro
; visions of an Act of the General As
i | seinbly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania. approved May 13, 1576, en
! titled, "An Act for the Incorporation
. and regulations of banks and discount
, and deposit" and the supplements and
[ amendments thereto, for a charter for
; an intended corporation to be called
' KEYSTONE BANK to bo located In
Harrisburg, Pa., for the purpose of car
- rying on the business of banking under
the provisions of the Act aforesaid and
i the supplements and amendments
thereto. The amount of the capital
stock shall be fifty thousand dollars, to
be divided into one thousand shares of
the par value of fifty dollars each.
SCOTT S. LEI BY,
Solicitor.
Harrisburg, Pa., April 22, 1916.
Pennsylvania State Highway Depart
: ment. Harrisburg, Pa. Sealed proposals
will be received at said office until 10
A. M., May 15, 1916, when bids will be
publicly opened and scheduled, and con
tracts "awarded as soon thereafter as
possible, for the reconstruction of 19,-
223 lineal feet of Reinforced Cement
' Concrete pavement, 16 feet wide, sltu
' ated in Aston and Concord Townships,
and 14,535 lineal feet of either Rein
forced Cement Conorete or Bituminous
I and Reinforced Cement Concrete pave
ment, 16 feet wide, situated In Birm
-1 Ingham Township, being portions of
State Highway Route No. 131; and
4,250 lineal feet of Vitrified Block pave
' ment, 16 ieet wide, in Nether Provl
' dence Township, all In Delaware Coun
• ty; 10,344 lineal feet of either Rein
forced Cement Concrete or Bituminous
" and Reinforced Cement Concrete pave
' ment, 16 feet wide, situated in London
3 Grove and Penn Townships, and 17,795
5 lineal feet of either Reinforced Cement
• Concrete or Bituminous and Reinforced
1 Cement Concrete pavement, 16 feet
3 wide, situated In Pennsbury and Ken
t nett Townships, both in Chester County,
being portions of State Highway Rou:<
• No. 131; also. 4.390 lineal feet of
' Bituminous pavement, 16 feet wide,
' situated in Whltemarsh Township,
1 Montgomery County. Plans and speci
-1 fications may be seen at office of State
Highwav Department. Harrisburg; 1001
• Uhestnut Street, Philadelphia, and 903
' Hartje Building. Pittsburgh, Pa. Full
I particulars and information on applica
' tlon to Robert .1. Cunningham, State
| Highway Commissioner.
. QIIBBER STAMQfI
If II SEALS A. STENCILS |#V
'I n MFG BYHBG STEN CILWORKS ■ ■ |
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