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FOR ilsHl'
deaths
>t John Miller, uged <1 years,
months and 21 days. . No „
Funeral services on Thuisday,
v ember 28. at 1:30 P. M.. at ;
deuce, 280 Hosier avenue, Remains
can be viewed fA" c \j Hela
veniber 27. from to 0 P. M. ''
lives and friends are ln\ ed to at
tend without further notice. I>UJ"'®
will be made at Mechanlcsburg
Cemetery*
HF.t'K —On November 25 1918. Anle
Elizabeth Meek, wife of WiUlam J.
Meek, aired 60 years. -
Pun era l on Friday inornlnK. at I
o'clock, from her late residence. -U.
raider street. The relatives and |
friends are Invited to attend tv'th
out further notice. Interment Hnr i
risburg Cemetery. >
IN MEMORIAM
"is MEMORIAM
In loving remembrance of Mrs. Lizzie |
l lrlch of ttuminerdale, who passed
away one year ago to-day. November |
27. 1917.
Though lost to-slght, to memory dear.:
Sadly missed, but not forgotten.
MRS. EMMA E. MILLER. i
IN sad. but loving memory of our
beloved wife and mother, who depart- ,
,d this life one year ago to-day. No (
vember 27, 1917.
Sleep on. dear wife and mother, and.
We loVed* thee "well. Ood loved thee
His will be done —He doeth well. :
But how we miss you no tongue can ,
tell.
HUSBAND. E. H. I'RICK; H. S. LONG
ENECKKR AND FAMILY.
LOST AND POUND
lost, diamond pin.
ON NOVEMBER 26. I®- i
TWBEN CIVIC CLUB ANU
iYaHRISBUKO IWNTII , CIA B j
VXD WOODBINE & IKEE P. I.E
\VARD IK RETURNED lO
MRS. JOHN MAHON. JR..
230 WOODBINE STREET.
LOST Black patent leather purse, j
containing six or seven n e-dollai |
bills*, change. two key, two lact> #.
handkerchiefs. Reward if returned;
to 2250 North Third. :
LOST Old-fashioned Cameo ear- •
ring, black, with white head, gold
iiiounteu: on Fourth, between Walnut
and Chestnut. ' 'tursday evening. Ke-;
ward if returned to 2o North I*ourth
street. ' '
IjjST Pistol expert medal, lost
at Majestic Theater on Wednesday
evening. Return to Harrisburg Tele
graph.
INSTRUCTIONS
A RIGHT START IS HADE THE
BATTLE Gel a THOROUGH
STANDARD course in llarils
burgs ACCREDITED Business Col
lege. School of Commerce. 1 roup
Building. 15 South Market Square.
Bell 4S. Dial 4393.
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION in Gregg
Shorthand, Typewriting. English,|
Bookkeeping, Fenmanshlp. Ai illa.. .
etc. DAT AND NIGHT &CHOOL ALI.
YEAR. Enter any time. Bell t34K. ( (
D THE°oraCE TRAINING SCHOOL ;
121 Market St. Chas R. Beckley, Prin. ,
Merle E. Keller. Bua Mgr. I ,
HELP WANTED —MALE .
WANTED Experienced typewriter ,
Aligners, also several young men foi .
learning. Apply to U. S. kmploymen
Service, Third and North streets. nai
r concern, Elllott-Flsnei
Company, South Cameron street, Har
risburg. "
WANTED Experieinced men for
machine operating and assembling ■
work. Excellent opportunity for ,
steady employment with reliable con- _
cern. Apply to L. ft. Employment
Service. Third and North streets. Hai
-1 'industrial concern. Elliott-Fisher
Company, Couth Cameron street. Har- .j
risburg.
WANTED Men wishing positions j .
Firemen Brakemen, illectric Motor- !
men. Colored Train Porters. Pennsyl- -
vania, Ohio and New York roads. No (
experience necessary. $lOO-10 pet
month. Quick promotion $.OO-1-00 l
per month positions. Name position >
wanted. Inter Railway Dept. ti4). In- i
".iana polls. Ind. ! "
- - :j t
WANTED
A FOREMAN
one who is thoroughly expeii
enced in Ford repair work,
a man who is capable of tak
ing entire charge of a large
l-'ord repair plant. Salary no
object.
Apply
MAC'S GARAGE,
117 South Third Street.
.
CARPENTERS AND LABORERS 1
Wanted. Warren Moore & Co.,
I J It. R. Freight Warehouse.
Second and Mulberry Sts.
WANTED District and local '
r gents in every city end town In
Pennsylvania. Automobile insurance.
Excellent policy. 40 per cent, mure _
coverage, 60 per cent, less cost. Big
proposition. Address Y., 0894. care of
Telegraph. (
SALESMAN WANTED Good, live- '
wire specialty salesman to cover Dau- i *
phln county. Live proposition. Good
commission. Must be high-class. |
Answer by letters. Universal Auto- ; '
mobile Association, Inc., Denckla .
Bldg.. Philadelphia. j J
WANTED Man to work In ship- 1
ping department. Apply Bowman, I ■
Mell & Co.. 134" Howard. j (
WANTED ' j '
I '
First-class painter. Apply
MAC'S GARAGE.
117 Soutli Third Street.
~
A Penn Street Bargain j.
A 3-story brick property on 1 t
Penn street, in the 16U0 block, [l
First floor has beautiful parquet j '
oak flooring. Electric lighting and i (
gas; combination coal and gas i 1
range; hot water coil in furnace. I
Possession at once. For price and 1
appointment to see property, call <
Miller brothers &Co. \
Heal Estate
1
Insurance Surety Bonds
Locust nntl Court Streets
Members Hb|. Ileal Estnte Hoard
V - ' ,
4
WEDNESDAY EVENING. . HAKRISBURG ISSBBS TELEGRAPH NOVEMBER 27, 1918:
HELP WANTED—-MALE
I WANTED A good man fur can-
J vaselng, and un Who Is willing to
I work out of city. Bond and good
| icferetwe required, Apply Grand
Union 'Tea Co., 896 Kerch Second
street.
GOVERNMENT needs hundreds
Clerks for Income Tax, Uustoms, in
ternal Revenue, lianlsbuig exainlna
tlons soon. Salary, Bl.lUo-*2,CvC. Ex
perience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars regarding examinations,
write J. C. Leonard tformer Civil
Service Examiner j. 25(11 Kenols
j Building, Wichita.
! MANAGER WANTED Man cap
! able of earning $59.99 per week, to
i take full charge of old-established
j and protltable business In Harrtßburg.
I Owners prefer a man who can buy
| one-fourth Interest. This Is no gold
, brick, but a sound, business propo
i sltlon. State qualltlcntkins and pres
; ont connoetlons ttrst letter. Corre-
I spondencs confidential. Address lv.,
6533. care of Telegraph. .
I WANTED Boy over 16 years old.
to work In store and run errands and
i to do store chores. Good wages. Steady
i Job and advancement to right boy,
Address Box B. 6524, cure of Tele
! graph.
,\J EN WANTED —To load stone, 23
cents per ton. Can earn >25 to $35 per ;
, week. Apply Puxtung Quarries. Pax- j
• tang. |
WANTED Laborers to break j
i stone. Good wages und bonus. uc
■ car fare, or quarters provided if nee
i essary. Appiy Pennsylvania Sales
Company. Second Floor, ilersliey ;
1 Building. Front und Market streets,
i City.
WANTED McKay channerer and
; stock litters; also tew boys between
i the ages of 16 and 18 years. Apply |
1 Devine 52 Yungel Shoe Mfg. Co.. Six-;
teentli and State streets.
WANTED An insurance collector. :
Good position to right party. Call be- I
tween S and 9 A. M. and 6 to 9 P. M..
Room 15, Cameron Bldg., Walnut and 1
Second.
WANTED
Several laborers for general
work around fuctory.
Apply
JACKSON MFG. CO..
Fourth and Boyd street*.

WANTED—Two good, strong boys,
to learn trade. Appiy Superintend
ent. Tlio Telegraph Printing Co..
Harrisburg.
DRIVERS
For one-horse Coal Wagon
and Ford Truck.
RUTHERFORD BROS.,
& l'axtung. Pa.
AUTO MECHANICS
TWO FORD REPAIRMEN
APPLY
MAC'S GARAGE.
117 SOUTH THIRD ST.
: i
WANTED Assistant sales man- !
ager. Must have some experience lit!
salesmanship, advertising and letter-1
writing. Good position for right i
party. State age and experience, with j
reference. Address A.. 0515, cure of ;
Telegraph.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED
Girl for general housework
in small family. Good wages
und good home. Apply
2212 NORTH SECOND ST.
WANTED Girls to work in even- }
ings. Must be over 21 years of age. j
$6 per week. Apply Rose's. Second and j
Walnut streets.
WANTED—Two young women for i
waitresses. Must give rcterences. Ap- '
ply Stouffer's Restaurant, 4 North >
Court.
WANTED Chambermaid, ut once.
Apply Crystal Hotel. 116 Market'
street. Office. Second Floor.
WANTED Every woman to sub
scribe to the Needlecraft. Special of- •
fer, 35c for one year. Premium given.
Send 35c to-day. P. O. Box 565. liar- j
risburg. Pa.
WANTED Lady clerk in sta- !
tionery store. Appiy Central Book j
Store. 329 Market street.
WANTED
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS j
We are wanting operators, j
the work Is reguiar. pleasant j
und positions permanent; the
high efficiency ol our ma
chines, and the sanitary con
dition of our workrooms en
ables all operators to earn
good wages.
Learners are paid $1.25 pel
day wnile learning, which i
consumes a week to ten days.
All operators are paid a |
bonus each payday.
We insure all of our em- .
ployes in the sum of SSUU.U(J
tree of charge to Ihcin, and in
event ut deutb the Leuehciary, j
whoever it may be. receives
the insurance.
BLOUGH MANUFACTURING
COMPANY.
Belly and Fulton Sts.
WANTED Girl lor general house
work. Small family. No laundry-
Good wages. Apply 229 Forster ;
street.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
Wanted for women's outer apparel. !
Attiactive positions. Steady advance- |
rnent. State experience and sal- t
ary required. All communications I
confidential. Address Box O. 7529. care I
of Telegraph.
WOMEN—Wanted Immediately, for
scrubbing and general work. Apply
Slouher's Restaurant, 4 North Court
street.
WANTED
BELL TELEPHONE OPERATORS
With the ending of the war, oppor
tunities afforded women for employ
ment of a permanent nature, with
steady advancement,'will become con
stantly fewer. Employes of The Bell
Telephone Company, however, rest
secure in the knowledge that their
work Is permanent.
A business opportunity is now of
fered to young women 11 to 30 years
of age In fascipating work In pleas
ant surroundings. Luncheons served
at cost; sick benelits; anniversary
payments; vacations with pay.
Apply 8.00 A. M. to 5.00 P. M. to
Iffiss Kline, Operators' Training De
partment, 208 Walnut Street.
THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
OF PENNSYLVANIA
' UK I.l' WANTNI)—FEMALE !
HOSIERY LEARNERS WANTED—j
1 , From 14 years of age and upwards. ,
'(Good wages paid while learning. Ap-
I ply New idea Hosiery Co., Fourteenth ,
1 and Mayflower streets.
I L, - i
I WANTED Girl to label and wrap
1 ; bottles. Apply Bowman, Mell A Co.,
11347 Howard street. j
WANTED—Women grocery clerks.
1 Apply uteolton Store Co., Steelton, Pa.
! 7
WANTED—A cook for small fain- 1
; 11 y—white. Send reference with ap
plication la S., 6936. euro of Tele
graph.
WANTED—T-. > chambermaids and
I one scrub woman, Apply St. James
- Hotel. 406 Markot.
! ,
WANTED Girl for general houso
' work. Good wanes. No washing.
I Small family. Pleasant room. In
■ quire at 1601 North Second street 1
WANTED For genoral house
work, letiablo white girl or middle
aged wontttn. Pleasant home. Good i
wages. Also white girl to help with
| children. Apply No. 2337 North SSec
j und street. !
I WANTED A woman (white) for'
general housework. A good home. I
j Highest wages. Three In family. Mrs.!
W. E. Fraim. 049 N. Lime street. Lar.- j
j caster. Pa. j
ELDERLY or middle-aged woman j
wanted for general housework In a I
small house. Apply at once, 101
tjouth street, after 7 o'clock in the ]
; evening. j
WANTED Reliable girl or wo- '
I man. for general housework in small ,
family. No Washing. Call at 1001 I
! North Front street, or call Bell phone !
! 2699 J. I
WANTED A chambermaid. Good j
wages. Apply 204 Stale street.
I WANTED Colored girl lor gen- |
oral housework. No washing. No Sun- ;
' day work. Apply 1603 Green.
' CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS I
Harrisburg, December 7. 12,000 j
wmnen clerks needed. Salary. $1,200. ■
Experience unnecessary. Women de- ;
•..ling government positions write for
free particulars. Raymond Terry
| (former Civil Service Examiner), 467!
1 Columbian Bbilding, Washington.
ILL LP WANTED—MaIe anil Female
' i
SHOE WORKERS WANTED I
We need experienced oper
ators in all departments, and
tan guarantee steady work.
All work is paid lor at piece i
! rates, but we guurunlee every
employe detinue wages. The
more work you produce ttie
more you earn. We also have
openings in all ueparuuetits
lor young men aim women to
learn a useful trade, which I
will be of vutue to them alter
the war. TUe *nue business is
agiecessary muustry and us,oi
union importance. Gel a Job
making goods tor Uncle Sam
if you can, but it not, then
cohsiuer tne shoe luanutae- |
Hiring traue as worm wane
learning, if interested, take
tins uu to the United States
Employment Bureau at Third
a ISO North Streets, and get
lull particulars.
HARRISBURG SHOE MIX). CO., i
1492 Vernon Sc.
WANTED Saleslady of expert- j
I ence or a salesman of experience. ;
J Good, steady positiou with a reliable 1
I house. Address S. 6525, care of Tele- I
i graph. j
' WANTED Assistant bookkeeper)
and stenographer. Good position for I
right party. State age and experience, j
with reference. Address Box S, 6516, i
care of Telegraph.
WANTED Policy-writer and typ- 1
Ist. Must be competent, conversant i
with lire insurance and automobile iu- I
.-urance. Wm. S. Essick. Union Trust;
. Bldg. I
SILK MILL
I
; Experienced help wanted. Experl- I
; encer weavers average $3.50 to $6.50 1
per day. Other departments propor- '
: tionatcly.
Beginners wanted also. Best pay. ;
! Come and earn 30 per cent, bonus i
j over and above regular wages. Apply |
HARRISBURG SILK MILL.
Second and N'.ortlt Streets.
SALESMEN WANTED
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH* SALES
, MEN By the lnter-Statc B. M. A. A.,
1 to sell popular-priced unlimited poli
cies. Good men earn $5,000. Now is I
| the time to secure protected territory. !
; Write Inter-State Business Men's Ac
j cident Association, Des Moines, In.
AGENTS WANTED
HISTORY OF THE WOULD WAR—;
By Francis A. March, with introduc-'
! tioii by his brother. General Peyton C. ;
March. Highest Officer in the United
j states Army. Complete and Authen
tic Official Photographs. Extraordi- I
nary opportunity for big proiits. Outfit j
Free. Universal House. Philadelphia. !
; "WORLD WAR HISTORY" j
Complete, authentic, attractive book, [
1 well written. Big proat. Act quick. |
Outfit 25c. R. L. Phillips Puiilishing :
! Co., Philadelphia. Pa.; Atlanta. Ga.; ;
Chicago, 111.: Omaha, Neb.; Waco,
j Texas. Address nearest office.
' SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
i WANTED An experienced ac- |
count ant will open, close and audit I
! books where the work can be done 1
| during evenings or Saturday after
j noons. P. O. Box 1J74. Harrisburg, Pa. j
WANTED Young man. 34 years I
old. desires steady indoor position or !
load salesman; have had eight years' ;
business for myself. J. Keller, 39
North Thirteenth street, Harrisburg.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe I
j WANTED Stenographer and typ- !
ist desires position; experienced; at)
present employed, but wants to make \
i change: can furnish best of references, j
j Address Box H, 2150, care of Tele- >
J graph.
! WANTED—Woman wishes position
ias housekeeper. Address Box K, 6-529.!
j care of Telegraph.
I i
WANTED By a middle-aged wo-'
man. with experience, a position as!
housekeeper in widower's family. Ad
dress Box X, 6532, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Woman wishes posi
tion as dishwasher or chamber work. '
1423 VVyeth avenue.
WANTED—Office work, by young
woman who has had three years' ex- |
perience and can furnish best of ref
erences at present employed, but de
sires to make change. Address Box I
E. 6925, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Middle-aged widow de- !
sires to keep house for ail elderly
man. or be a companion for an elder
ly- woman. Call, or write, 592 Wood
bine street. City.
WANTED Stenographic work, by
young wohian. who has had one year's
experience; can furnish best of ref
erences. Address Box U. 6528. care of)
Telegraph.
WANTED Housework by day or
week, by colored girl; can furnish ref
erences. Call, or address. Julia Green,
• 1170 South Cameron street.
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IT'S XbT DIFFICULT TO FIND
• A POSITION if you are an efficient
worker in any useful line. But in these
times it is easier to find the wrong than
the right job. You cannot afford to do
that. Perhaps you already have that
sort of a job, and know that you arc
not "getting anywhere." Tell what
you can do, and find the right oppor
tunity for service, through classified
advertising.
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ItOOMS FOU ItKXT
! FOR RENT Two large unfur
; nlshed rooms (or housekeeping, on
I third floor; light, heut and gas (or
I rooking; use o( bathroom; couple with
]no children. Apply 1343 Liberty
, street. .
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Unfur
| nlshed, single or communicating;
l kitchenettes; laundry," phone and
bathroom privileges; stoves furnish
led tree. Weekly payments. Also
small apartment in Mechanlcaburg.
I Good location. Inquire at 429 ilroad
! street.
! FOR RENT Large. furnished or
l unfurnished bedroom; young couple
1 preferred; all conveniences. Address
| Uox Y. 6530, care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT - Furnished room, with
; board or without; all improvements,
j Telephone 273.
i FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
; bedroom, bath and livlngrooin; also
I single rooms, with use of phone, ln
j quire 113 Locust street.
■ FOR 'RENT One large bedroom,
j for gentlemen only. Rent reason
j able. Apply 276 Urlggs street.
! FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
; light housekeeping. Inquire, 16u'J
| Derry street.
ROOMS WANTED
YOUNG MAN Desires room and
board In private family. Central or up
town location preferred. Address 11.,
6527, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Furnished room, cen
trally located, by young man who
will occupy same not more than two
or three nights a week. Give location
and price. Address Box K, 6526, care
of Telegraph.
j WANTED Two or three furnished
' rooms, for light housekeeping; all
i conveniences; rent reasonable. Ad
! dress Box M, 7528, care of Telegraph.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
j FOR RENT 5-room apartment
1 and bath, locker, all improvements;
ino children. Imiuire 221 South Thir
j teenth street.
NO. 110 N. SECOND STREET
t Third-story front four medium
I rooms and bath hot water and
i steam heat included tirst-class con
i dition $45.00 per month. Married
' couple only considered. Inquire L.
: Minter. First Floor. ,
FOR RENT Two apartments, for
! light housekeeping. One flat furnish- |
'■ cd, one unfurnished. All latest ltn
' provements. Steam heat. Very warm,
j Apply 1521 Walnut.
, APARTMENTS WANTED
WANTED Two. three or four
i room apartment, furnished or unftir
: nlshed. H„ 6527, care of Telegraph.
WANTED A furnished flat or
apartment. Must be reasonable and
within eighteen squares of Market and
Third. Address Box B, 6528, care of
' Telegraph.
HOMES FOR COLORED FAMILIES
Three brick houses, 8 rooms,
bath, gas and electric light;
i furnace, porches front and
j back.
Price. $2,500.
LINCOLN REALTY CO.,
1129 North Seventh Street.
Open Evenings Until 8 O'clock.
Bell Phone.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
i FOR SALE Three-story brick
dwelling, opposite new Extension to
•Capitol Park, situate No. 436 North
I street; 8 rooms, bath and furnace.
! CHAS. ADLER. 1002 N. Third Street.
FOR SALE
2521 DERRY ST.—Modern brick
j dwelling—all Improvements—steam
I heat—Urge front and rear porches—
I possession January 1. Inquire
EVANS-KI.NOSBURV,
36 NORTH THIRD ST..
BELL PHONE 2175.
FOR SALE No. 1616 Briggs street.
Ready tor possession by December 15.
Fine location. Good condition. Owner
leaving city. Apply at 1616 Briggs
street.
CITY PROPERTIES FOR SALE
1800 block, Susquehanna St $2,300
1800 block, Logan 5t..51,600 and $l,BOO
1700 block, Green St $4,200
600 block. Boyd St $2,200
1500 block, Derry St. apart
ment $8,50u
1000 block, Girard St $1,300
CHARLES DAVIKS,
204 (.'aider Bldg. Bell 4377.
FOR SALE Vacant property
Semi-detached pressed brick, all Im-
I provements. North Sixth street. Right
terms. Very reasonable. D. A.
Caley, 707 Kiinlcel Bldg. Bell 689.
FOR SALE House No. 1831 North
Sixth street. Tile bath and vestibule,
combination fixtures, gat, and coal I
range and hot water heat, furnace.
Apply George W. Orth, 1720 Sixth.
FOR SALE—New brick dwelling.
! No. 636 Maclay street. 7 rooms, bath,
steam lieat, granolithic pavement and
! front porch; lot through to drive al
; lty; room for garage; price, $4,500.
CHAS. ADLER. 1002 N. Third Street.
TWO-STORY BftlCK
Improvements, front porch, bay win
dow. 7 rooms, nice yard, drive alley
room for garage; $lOO down, pay as
rent. Also several 3-story bricks
All Improvements.
i Three small houses, suburbs of!
I Steelton; $lOO down, balance as rent
er will exchange on small farm or I
; city property. Liberty Bonds accepted.
C. 1L CORDER,
i 1722 Green St. Bell 560 J.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SAI.E !
956 SOUTH TWENTY-FIRST ST. Is!
vacant. Price, $1,600 —$250 down
' $25 a month for 8 months—then $6 1
i a month. Liberty Homls accepted. 11. j
G. Pedlow. 3 South Thirteenth street!
.
D. A. SANDKRLIN,
ROOM 1. SECURITY TRUST BLDG.
36 NORTH THIRD ST.,
BELL PHONE 1390 DIAL 3573
J
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; PROPERTIES FOR SALE
PRICES, $ 1,250 TO $2,250
1911 Susquehanna.
664 Woodbine.
46 Balm.
1046 Soutli Cameron.
1526 Fifth.
2013 Kensington.
905 North Nineteenth. i
146 Linden.
1048 South (Jameron.
326 Kelly.
1931 Seventh. , j
1050 South Cameron.
674 Schuylkill.
1944 Seventh.
■j j
PRICES. $2,250 TO $3,250
• j 552 South Thirteenth.
46 4 Crescent.
I 1731 Carnation.
705 North Eighteenth.
2225 Jefferson,
j 1864 Sv.atnra.
' Suburban property.
-
PRICES ABOVE $3.2110
j
32 South Seventeenth.
J 602 North Sixteenth,
i 1423 North Second,
i 1525 Walnut.
| 551 Woodbine.
I 1309 BerryhiU.
; | Desirable Bungalow.
I 1603V4 Derry.
3107 Fourth.
2238 Fourth.
433 Harris.
231 Kelker.
1513 North.
3315 Brisbin.
2312 Penn.
, | 622 Peffer.
629 Reily.
I 1434 Regllia. •
I 1808 Sixth. •
j 803 North Sixteenth.
BE LI. REALTY CO..
Bergner Building. .
i |
•IF IT'S REAL ESTATE,
SEE SANDERLiN."
j NEW CUMBERLAND—Cor. Fourth!
and Geary—Uxiuble frame; 8 rooms'
• and bath on each side; all improve- !
j ments; newly painted; right price to
; quick buyer.
j SCHUYLKILL ST., 618 Corner
property; 3-story brick; 9 rooms; all
1 improvements, front und rear porches; j
I good size buck yard; same us rent.
STEELTON. 2D ST.. S.. 318' i 3-
story frame; 7 rooms; wuter, gas and
electric ligliths; a very good bargain,
j Same as rent.
1 WORMLEYSBURG. 2D ST.. N„ 202
—2 V4-story frame; 7 rooms, water, 1
! gas and electric lights: lot 26x150;
j price right; same as rent. •
KNOLA —257 Susquehanna St.: 3- i
story frame, double block; 8 rooms,
' and bath; steain heat; electric lights;!
front and rear porciies; lot 25x150 |
; witli a garage in reur; possession at
' once.
4TII ST., 2127—N0W VACANT; 3-!
, story brick: 8 rooms und bath; with a !
: 2-story frame building In rear that !
• can be used for business purposes; |
good house for roomers; can be :
! bought same as rent.
| .
FOR SALE No. 2306 Jefferson St. I
is ready for POSSESSION within two
; weeks. Here is a line dwelling at a
I sacrifice price. Fine location; good'
! condition. Owner leaving city.
| BACKENSTOSS BROS.. Russ.Bldg.. i
• Member Harrisburg Real Estate Board. :
1 "1
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i FOR SALE —3-story brick on Mar
i ket street, near Markethuuse. with'
i storeroom; all improvements; a bur- !
I ga.li if sold at once. C. H. Corder.
I 1722 Green street. Bell 56UJ.
!
OWN YOUR OWN HOME ON EASY
PAYMENT PLAN
Let us make you acquainted
with the way It is done. Now
is tnc time to start. Follow
ing homes can be purchased
with $360. cash or Liberty j.
Bonds:
129 North Summit.
606 Kelker.
611. 613. 616 and 617 Kel
ker.
1326 Vernon.
We have u large number
of manufacturing sites and
several good business oppor- •
tunitles to offer. Cull at
A. P. DORANZ.
1225 North Sixth.
Member Hbg. Real Estate Board
Real Estate and Rents Collected
Real Estate For Sale— Suburban
FOR SALE—A desirable Lenioyne ,
property; all improvements; front
porch. Owner desires to leave city.
Price Is right. Call at 1225 North
Sixth street.
Heal Estate For Sale—Suburban
VACANT
i
Several fine suburban homes, all Im
provements close to trolley, or sale
or exchange on city property. Spring !
: water, lerms easy,
C. H. CORDER.
| 1722 Greeh St. Bell 660 J. I
REAL ESTATE FOR KENT 1
FOU RENT —No. 2UOO State streot, j
corner brick bouse with all improve- !
i ments, store room and large garage.
; Good poolroom locution. item, 435. !
;J. E. Glpple, 1251 Market street.
FOR RENT Two private garages, |
I rear 1607 Swatara street. Rent, $5.00 j
each. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market street.
j FOR RENT—Private garage, elec
tric lights, cement tloor, sewer, in
quire George M. Petonnan. 632 Pelter
j street, or Bell plionu 519-J.
Full RENT —9-rooin brick house;
I gas. electricity, sUum heat; line con-
I dition; rent, sio.uu. 916 North Six
teenth street. Bell 2912.
FOR RENT Two-story lrnme,
metal roof house. good condition,
yard. Rent reasonable. Inquire
Store, 1117 North Third street.
REAL ESTATE—For Stile or Rent
• HOUSES AND GARAGES—At Fifth!
1 and Curtln streets; possession of !
some of the houses 011 thirty days'!
| notice. Fred 0. Miller, 31 Noitli Sec
ond. Bell phone 3U7J.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
1
WANTED. TO RENT Small house
in country, by colored family. Inquire
1217 North Seventh street.
1 HAVE BUYERS waiting tor prop
erty in any section of the city. If
cheap. Wliul have you to oiler.
CHAS. ADLER. 1002 N. Third Kneel.
WANTED, TO RENT A small
house and land in country. Prefer it
near woods und mountains. Possibly
I want to purchase luter if place suits.
I Address Box K, 6531, care of Till
j graph.
i LIFE-LONG, experienced farmer
! wants to rent a farm for cush. Ary
size. Best of reference. Address Uox
I 101, Middletown. Pu.. or Bell phone
1 14-R-3.
1
1 Heal Estate For Sale or Exchange
j WANTED—TO KENT
We are having a number of appll
, cations at this time for turinsiied
nouses, apartments and rooms. What
do you have 10 otter'.' Address Mll
- ler Brutners & Company, nocust aim
| Gourt streets.
FARMS
WANTED Small farm. Price must
be right. Address Box a, 6522, cure
of leiofcruph.
FOR BALE 50-aere farm, located
two miles south of Camp Hill, Improt
; ed by a 7-room frame uwening, frame
bu 11k barn, summer bouse, butcher
house, and other outbuildings, iron
stone soil, running water, 3nu lruit
frees. Price ,$3,9uu.00
For Bale 78-acre farm, locuted one
mile norm of Camp Hill, Cumberland
1 County, improved by large brick
1 dwelling, frame bank bum, all necea
-1 sary outbuildings, running water, ele
, gant soil. Price SK,BOU (lb
BUINTOX-PACKEH CO.,
Second und Walnut Streets.
FARMS FOR SALE
6 acres, house, barn and truit, $B5O
1 3 acres, house, outbuildings, fruit, $7OO
60 acres, good buildings, l'ruit, $4,000
140 acres, good buildings, 2,000 fruit
trees, $7,600.
9 acres, good blilgs. and fruit, $1,500
; 190 acres, stock, grain, truck und
fruit. $26,000.
All Close to Harrisburg.
CHARLES DA VIES,
204 Calder Bid. Bell 4377.
FARMS FOR SALE From 3 acres
to 5 is, 10, 16, 20, 23. 40. 53. 61. 86. 103
',109, 112. 120, 161. For the bottoni
I price, call on John A. Duraud, loi
Chestnut street.
.
j FARM of all sizes from 1 to 209
acres each. Some close to city. Some
close to R. R. und trolley line. Some
Ito trade on city property, c. U.
I Corder, 1722 Green street, Harrisburg
j Bell phone D6OJ.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE One No. 4 Underwood
typewriter, in good condition. Has
had very little use. Cheap to quick
buyer. Brenner Motor Co., 1792 Nortn
Third.
1 FOR SALE Clarke Jewel gas
range, top oven and shelf—used luss
' than one year.
7-ft. oak hull rack—plate mirror. 2x
2i4 ft., box •">..
Motor wash machine—good working
1 condition.
i Round gas boater.
Phone sa.iel Bell.
GET your bargains in beaters and
! cooking stoves. We also sell generui
household goods of all descriptions.
!We pay highest cash prices. New
| mark tk.. n. 308 broad unit.
WOOD—WOOD—WOOD *
Fine wood, cut .short, ouk, specially
; cut for fireplace. F. J. Martui, Bell
3U-J. Steelton.
i PRIVATE SALE of in. sehold fur
niture, kitchen range, gas stove, bed-
I room suite, complete, bureau, wash
stand, mohair covered parlor suite,
| chairs, rockers, refrigerators, ice box,
etc. Will be sold Wednesday after
j noon, at 2 o'clock, at 1124 Susquehanna
! street. ,
FOR SALE
Magazines for No. 1 Linotypes,
j A rare bargain for a plant
I with a No. 1 machine.
Address
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING
I COMPANY.
j Harrisburg. Pa.
FOR SALE, CHEAP—Good delivery!
horse, wagon and harness. Inquire
320 South Frederick street, Mechanics- ]
burg, Pa. j
FOR SALE Nickel slot playing]
plaso, In llrst-class condition. Can lie 1
seen at No. 143 Soutli Third street.!
Wilson Apartment Hotel.
TYPEWRITER AND ADDING MA
CHINE FOR SALE Call at 108
Market street.
FOR SALE Shoemaker's ma
chinery. stitcher, finisher, electric mo
tor. Finest condition. Reasonable
price. Also old shoes, tools, etc. K.
Cohen 157 North Pitt street, Carlisle.
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR
CASH ALL MAKES RENTED
EXCHANGED.
GEO. P. TILLOTSON,
206 LOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE
ORPHEI'M THEATER
BOTH PHONES
APPLES FOR SALE Grimes' Gol
den, with a Banana flavor; Stayman
Welnsap. Jonathans. York Imperial,
otc. Some of these apples arc very fine.
Come and see them at R. A. Wicker
sham's OrchaAl. one-half mile east of
Mechanlcaburg. Pa.. Trolley car stops
at Orchard.

rou SALE— MISCELLANEOUS
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
The Store across from Y. VV. C. A.
offers you tli Biggest and Heal Bar
gains In Men's and Boys' Suits, Over
i couta, Alucklliaw Coats, Underwear,
Huts, Cutis nnd Shoes. We ale fam
ous for law Prices. Ulve us a trial.
OUTLET CLOTHING CO..
13 North Fourth eltroet.
1019 CALENDARS
Good Assortment of Bargains
Act Quickly.
For good service, order at
once nnd avoid the rush.
Sample Koouj for Conveni
ences of Customers.
MYERS MANUFACTURING CO..
Third and Cumberland St.s.
Above Shoe Store.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID tor all
, kinds of Junk. Get our prices before
1 selling. Cull Bell phone #36, or drop
i us u postal and our wugon will cull.
I Keystone Iron A .Metal Co., Broad uud
Currant streets.
i U COHEN & COMPANY, York and
| Ash Avenues. Highest prices paid for
| rag:, paper. Iron, hurrels, rubber and
! metals and old machines. Send postul
]or call 321'1W Bell nnd Dial 6223.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying
I new und second-hand furniture here.
! H.gh pilcet paid tor furniture. Morris
Sclimerts, Bell 3971 K. j
* HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
| kinds of empty barrels nnd junk. Call I
| Bell phone 4276. B Alliums & Son.
| 624-832 North Seventh street.
HIGHEST PRICES Also liberal
grading given fur all raw skunk and
inuskrut skins brought to my resi
dence. Earle .'lelgcs. Shlremanstown.
. |Pa.
WANTED
: Second-hand motors. Small
size preferred.'
Apply
FEDERAL MACHINE SHOP,
Cranberry St.. near Second.
HarrUburg, Pa.
i MAX SMELTZ
Second-band furniture bought and
'lsold. Highest cush prices paid. Call
I Bell 13X1 or Dial 5847. or drop a pos-
I tal to Max Smeltz. 1016 Market street.
! Will call, city or country.
Money to Loan
! WE LEND MONEY lu compliance
| with Act of June 17. lUIS, to Individu
als in need of ready cash; small loans
a specialty, business confidential, pay
ments to suit borrower's convenience,
positively lowest rates in city.
PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO..
132 Walnut Street.
MONEY
FOR NECESSITIES
I I We are prepared to help worthy
! people when in need of MONEY for
iinniediule necessities. Call and inveS-
I tigute our system, which is In accord
. ance with laws of STATE OF PENN
| SYLVAN I A.
1 j All business strictly confidential.
1 I EMPLOYE'S 1/3 AN SOCIETY.
206 BERGXER BLDG.,
THIRD AND MARKET STS.
LICENSED AND BONDED.
PRIVATE LOANS— $l5 TO $2OO
. : On Furniture. Real Estate or Endorsed
Notes.
On $l5. Interest $.45
I! On $2O, Interest $.60
On $25, interest $.75 .
> ' On $3O. interest $.90
1 On $35, interest $1.05
On $4O. interest $1.20
On $5O, interest $1.50
On >75. Interest $2.23
. 1 On $lOO. interest $3.00
On $2OO, interest. $4.00
i Per month. Payments on principal rc
, - duee Interest.
I! This company was incorporated In
■ 1909* licensed and bonded to lend
i monev at reasonable rates to people
-j without bank credit.
Call, write or phone
CO-OPERATIVE
i ; LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO..
i 201 Chestnut St.
flours. 810 6 Saturdays until 9.
Musical
! "VIOLINS. MANDOLINS. GUITARS,
; BANJOS, Bund and Orchestra lnstru
i ments promptly and carefully rcpair
[ ed. OYLER'S. 14 South Fourth street.
1 TALKING MACHINES promptly and
'| carefully repaired by an expert only.
•'OYLER'S. 14 South Fourth street.
ij IF your Talking Machine needs re
pairs. just call Bell Phone 3242 J. An
' ! expert will be at your service at once.
1 j Or bring machine to 1213 North Third
' [ street.
' TALKING MACHINES of all kinds
' repaired by an expert. All work
; ; promptly done and guaranteed. Call
I Bell 2804 R. or 1504 Howard avenue.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
! IDEAS, INVENTORS. PATENTS
promoted. Send particulars. Horst
I Promoting Agency. Llnglestown, Pa.
j RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
' Single edge. 25c doz., double edge, 25c
: doz.; old style, 2oc each. Gorgas Drug
Store. t
DIAMONDS bought for cush— P. H.
Caplun Co., 206 Market street.
QUININE —Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to catch you tills
changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE
j PHOsI'HO-QUININE will stave It off
if taken In time. Gross Drug Store,
1l!l Market street.
BUSINESS OI'I'OKTUMTIES
FOR SALE
Profitable News Agency For
Sale in thriving suburban
town.
Storeroom In the heart of
the business section.
Start a business here. The
Newspaper Agency will get
you acquainted with the peo- I
pie. Address
J BOX R, 7474,
Care of Telegraph.
PARTY OWNING
well-located vacant property
in the city, would tike to get
! in touch with a responsible
contractor und builder. One
who would be interested in
developing the property. For
particulars address
M„ 3211.
Care of Telegraph,
FOR SALE Grocery store. Oldest
establishment in Steelton. A good op
portunity for right party. Good rea
sons for selling. Address Box G. 6519.
ct e of Telegraph.
FOR BAL& Bakery doing good
business, 618 Primrose street. Apply
George W. Orth, 1720 Sixth -treet.
WANTED 200 Representatives
everywhere for world-wide necessity.
Auto ow iters can make over ssuo
monthly by representing us. Alcoino
Mfg. Co.. 130 Bridge streeL Newark.
N. J.
HOUSES AND CARRIAGES
FOR SALE Four good work
horses. Inquire S. W. Shoemaker &
Son. Seventh and Harris.
HAULING AND MOVING
AUTO HAULING Local or long
distance. Furniture and plnno moving
a specialty. Blue Line Transfer. #l7
Capital street. Both phones.
AUTO HAULING Local and long*
distance. Furniture moving a spe
cialty. Rates reasonable. Prompt
service. Call Bell 623 J.
IAICAL AND LONG - DISTANCE
HAULING Prompt service A A
B. Motor Express. #l7 C.puul street, f
Bell phone 1635 J.
GENERAL HAULING AND FAST
EXPRESS SERVICE to nearby towns
with auto trucks. Only experienced
and careful drivers. Call Bell BS2n
or Dial 2265.
HEAVY HAULING—FuIIy equipped
for furniture, freight and plane mov
ing. No distance too fa"v. Careful
driver. Rain und dustproof body. J,
E. Grubber's Truck Service. Irvtn
Aungst, Manager, llershev Pa. Bell
phone 15R-6. ou
Hauling and Moving
STORAGE—4I9 Broad street, house
hold goods. merchandise. Private
rooms ut reasonable rates. Also haul
ing of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co.
Both phones.
STORAGE In brick building, rear
408 Market. Household goods In clean
prlvato rooms. Reasonable rates, pi
U. Diener, 408 Market streeL
I L/JCAL AND LONG - DISTANCE
HAULING —Furniture moving. Prompt
service. Ernest Corbln, 656 Calder
I street. Both phones. Bell 3636 J. Dial
13083.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE Local
and long-distance. F. J. Marter. Bell
39-J, Steelton.
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
AND MOVING DONE
CONRAD BROS. 341 KELKER ST.
BELL PHONE 623 W.
DIAL PHONE 3618.
HICKS Local and Long-distance
Hauling. 424 Kelly. Both Phones.
Storage
STORAGE Private rooms for
household goods In fireproof ware
house, $3 per month and up. Lower
; storage rates in non-fireproof ware
house. Harrishurg Storage Co., 437-
445 South Second street.
Where to Dine
- ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
' j "HE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
i STOUFFER'S RESTAURANT—Home
cooking served to Businessmen and
, I.udics in separate diningroom.
Cleaners and Dyers
J IT PAYS to have Clothes Cleaned,
i Pressed. Dyed or Repaired at the best
1 place In town. Call and deliver.
[Goodman's, 13U6'A North Sixth. Both
j Phones.
Undertakers
.
SAMUEL S. FACKLER,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
1312 Derry St.
I BELL 1966. DIAL 2133.
RUDOLPH K. SPICER,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
611 North Second StreeL
BELL 262. DIAL 2145.
CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE
PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY
Beautifully sltuuicd on Market street
I eust of Twenty-sixth, and on the
nortii and east faces the new park
way. The prices of lots are moderate.
I Miller Bros. & Co., Agents.
AUTOMOBILES
1 1918 Kissell, 6-passenger demon
strator.
1 1917 Kissell 3-passengor roadster.
1 \ ulcan roadster. A bargain.
1 Overland, Model 90.
BRENNER MOTOR CO..
1702 North Third St.
1 KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO.
' Ail sort of auto top and cushion work
done by experts. Also repair work.
Reasonable rates. 1019 Market streeL
WM. PENN GARAGE
304-6 Muench street. Limousines for
funeral, partie and balls; careful
" drivers; open day and uighL Bell
4664.
MAGNETOS All types; 4 and 6
' Bosch nigh tension, Eislim&nn, Dixey,
SplitUoiT, Mea. Kemy and different
makes of coils, carburetors, etc. A
: Schiflmun, 22-24-26 North Cameron
I streeL Bell 3633. .
FOR SALE Heo Touring car.
Looks and runs like new. Bargain to
quick buyer. Buick Roadster, At
shape. Bargain for some one. A.
' Schilfman. 22-24-26 North Cameron.
' WANTED All kinds of used auto
tires. We pay highest cash prices.
No Junk. H. Esterbrook, 912 North
' Third street. Dial 4990.
!
USED CARS
' REAL AUTOMOBILE VALUES
J
1916 Ford touring car,
newly painted. 4 new
tires, demountable rims, with
extra rim and tire;
engine in fine condition.
Overland. Model 80, Just
out of paint shop;
splendid condnion; bargain.
Oakland Roadster, newly painted
bargain at $225.
Buick Roadster Just painted
motor in good shape;
real bargain.
Ford. 1914 touring car.
painted and overhauled.
I
1917 Ford touring car,
in perfect shape.
Overland Roadster.
Ford. 1916 delivery, 31x4
tires, painted and rebuilt.
Ford trucks with attachments,
new body and oab,
motor rebuilt This Is
. practically a new Job.
Open evenings. Convenient pajn
ments may be arranged.
MAC'S GARAGE.
117 SOUTH THIRD ST.
Additional Classified Ads
•n Opposite Pago
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