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litMMA On Friday. December 20.
1018. Caroline Mumma, widow or
Jacob Muinma, aged S3 years,
months and 2 days.
Funeral on Tuesday afternoon, at
2.30 o'clock, from her daughters
residence. Mrs. William H. Cala
inan, 3006 Derry street. Relatives
and friends are invited to a" 6l ™
without further notice. Burial at
Shoop Church Cemetery.
IIYHON On Saturday, D ece 21 '
1918. Jennie Miller , >' ron^.?" gh B t "I
of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Miller, and
wife of Edward Byron, aged 11 ,
years, 9 months and 9 days.
Funeral on Tuesday afternoon, at
2 o'clock, from her late residence, j
13'7 Howard street. Relatives and
friends are invited without /urther
notice. Burial at Chestnut Hill
Cemetery.
t'OUMINGS Mrs. Caroline Com
mings, widow of the late Harvey
Commings, died .f, a n tur^: t J n °yjx"h
at her home, 1310 Sixth ,
Funeral services will be J ,e I" u t e A
rinv afternoon, at 2 o clock, from tne
home of he? daughter, Mrs Joseph
V Bradley 921 North Thiid street.
interment 'in Harrisburg CemeUry.
Relatives and friends invjted to at
tend without further notice.
MOUNT/. - Mrs lt.
wife of Mr. K. K. Mounts, oiea .
iSr.l •"; j
noon, at 2 o clod . Evter of- |
residence, the Rev. J. Harr isburg
delating. l i ul „i„umav be viewed
•Cemetery. Remains may no
Thursday forenoon. _
died December 23 1918. aw Sev
at her late residence. -J Nortn
enteenth street, aged nt 9
Funeral on Thurso y Church.
CURTIS On P o \7s n, nge(i"7i years! I
Adam Kinkle Curtis, age 1;30
Funeral Tuesdaj afternoo lfi3( , |
o'clock, at his late , e j a tives and J
North Sixth st^reet. d without
further "KiS.
Harrisburg Cemetery.
SEHOCHN - Anna Kathryn febourn.
aged 63 years, died at ner m
225 Forster esday afternoon.
t U 2 er oVlo?k l'nterment in Harris
burg Cemetery. .
Srassisrasw®
private. _
Ks,rTi,, -fw ,l 11
o'clock. Burial pi Late.
LOST AND FOUND
DOST Gentleman who P icked "g
please return same to lelegrap
lice and receive reward. .
BzhJ
to Harrisburg Tclegiaph.
■ LOST Liberty Bona. Wednesday
afternoon, either in Fomeroys Bow
man's or Market street. r,u r d :i re-
No 6317703. Liberal . reward if re
turned to Hazel Secrlst, 190- llollj
street. Bell phone 14S3K.
LOST Bed Fox fur piece on Sun
day. December 15, on barker street,
between Fourteenth ami South
teenth street. Reward if returned 10
19 South Sixteenth street.
LOST One package, containing
Gillette Safety Razor, in case,
Howard.
SB
Riner. Lost Sunday afternoon eiuier
on Paxtang car or in Traction OfHce.
Reward if returned ,to 142 1 Market.
WALLET LOST - Contain Ingram
of money and check, in \
non, Pa. i j
TATST —An old-fashioned j
brooch, with a small piece of coral I m
it. either in the White HilL Ma'* 1
oet Kelfre r M C. j
Esh 1 eman, 515 Hummel avenue. Be
moyne.
INSTRUCTIONS
8?' School- OPEN
ALL YEAH. Enter any time. Be
8 ?t 4 FCKI FY 4 s IB 'IUSINESS COLLEGE.
121 Market St. Chas. K. Beekiey.
HELP WANTED —MALE
MEN WANTED —To load stone, 29
cents per t°n. Can earn 125 to $35 per
week. Apply Paxtang Quarries. Pax
tang.
WANTED Two young men of
genteel appearance, who can furnish
reference, to conduct the Cigar Stand
in Penn-Harris Hotel. Address H.,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED —Two good, strong boys,
to learn trade. Apply Superintend
ent. The Telegraph Printing C 0...
Harrisburg.
I f N
Business, Propositions
No 12, N. Fifth St.—ln the heart
of our business district.—2%-
story frame house, with all Im
provements. Lot 18x52.6 ft. A
line business site. Price.. .$(1,500
Cameron St., near Market.—
Large plot of ground, improved
With buildings. Lot 61.1 X 164 ft.
A good business location. Price,
$11,500
Enoln. —"Day and Night" Restau
runt and Boarding business. In
cludes all the equipmont used in
the restaurant: chairs, tables,
counters, cooking utensils,
dishes, silver, furniture for 5
bedrooms, etc. laist year the
llrm did a business of slo,ouo.
Price, l,oou
New Cumberland. —Restaurant and
Ice Cream Parlor in the heart
of New Cumberland. The owner
is making money, but on ac
cbuiu of ill health will sell t.he
entire business and good will
for
MHldletown. —Two Bowling Alleys
in the business center, with
lunch counter. Business In
cludes pool tables, lurge stock
of cigars, tobacco, etc. Price,
$5,000
Miller Brothers & to.
Heal Batata
Insurance Surety lload>
l.ocaat and Court Streets
He 111 he re ilbff. Item Untitle Hoard
MONDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH \ DECEMBER 23, 1918.
IIKH* WANTED —MALE 1
1
WANTED
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN
TO SELL
FORD CARS
AND
TRUXTON UNITS.
MAC'S GARAGE. INC..
117 SOUTH THIRD ST.
WANTED An old and well-estab
lished concern requires the services of
a young or middle-aged man for con
genial office and outside work. Ad
dress P. O. Box 193.
YOUNG MEN, 16 and over, are ellr
gibie for Government Railway Mail
I Clerks. $92 month. Examinations
1 soon. For free particulars, write J. L.
! Leonard (former Civil Service Exam
iner). 436 Kenois Building, Washing
ton.
WANTED District and local
agents in every city and town in
Pennsylvania. Automobile insurance.
I Excellent policy. 40 per cent, more
coverage, 50 per cent, less cost. Big
proposition. Address Y., 6894, care of
Telegraph.
AUTO MECHANICS
TWO FORD REPAIRMEN
APPLY
MAC'S GARAGE.
117 SOUTH THIRD ST.
WANTED
Five good Linotype Opeiators.
Good working conditions.
Apply to
HARRY A. FRY,
Telegraph Composing Room.
1
WANTED Steady, reliable man
to drive retail milk wagon. Good
wages to right'party. References re
quired. Apply Pinna. Milk Products
Co., 2115 North Fourth street.
THOUSANDS U. S. Government
Peace positions open. Men, 16 or over.
Women, 18 or over. Railway Mail
Clerks City Mail Carriers Post
Office Clerks Customs Clerks
Clerks at Washington, D. C. SI,OOO to
$1,500 year. Short hours. Common
education sufficient. List positions
now obtainable, free. Write to-day.
Franklin Institute, Dept. 399-K, Ro
chester, N. Y.
WANTED A Doy, who can go to
school one day each week. Apply 200
Market street.
SEVERAL SALESMEN
for door-to-door proposition. •
Newspaper experience desir
able. Address
• M.. 6541.
Care of Telegraph.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED Girl to work in
laundry. Apply Keystone Laundry.
620 Harris.
WANTED Good, all-arond day
cook for Jack's Quick Lunch. Apply
immediately, 1020 Market street.
I WANTED Young lady for per-
I manent office position in Steelton.
State qualifications. Address K., 6901,
j care of TelegYaph.
j WHITE GIRL —To care for small
apartment. Good wages. Crane. 901
North Front. Bell 2640 J.
WANTED Stenographer. Apply
at 103 Telegraph Building.
WANTED An experienced wait
ress, at once. Apply Crystal Restau
rant, 418 Market. _
SEWING MACHINE
OPERATORS
Wanted at once. Sewing Ma
chine Operators. Inexperienc
ed operators will be paid
while learning. Positions are
permanent, with regular work
and good pay.
BLOUGH MANUFACTURING
COMPANY,
Reily and Fulton Streets.
l'
WANTED Experienced girls to
work in book bindery. Apply Mr.
Fisher, the Telegraph Printtng Co.,
Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED Dishwasher, at night.
Good pay. Apply Alva Restaurant. 19
South Fourth street.
LADIES You can make $lO-$25
weekly Distributing Samples and sell
ing NO-RUB, the wizard Washing
Powder among your friends. Address
Box B. 6580, care of Telegraph.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED For
local office. Must have experience.
None others need apply. Good wages
to right party. Address Box H, 6568.
care of Telegraph.
I ""YOUNG WOMEN WANTED To
I learn shoemaking. Learners are well
pnld and earn good wages when pro
ficient. Harrisburg Shoe Manufactur
ing Co.. 1402 Vernon street.
WANTED—Two young women for
waitresses. Must give references. Ap
ply Stoufter'a Restaurant. 4 North
Court.
| WOMEN —Wanted Immediately, for
scrubbing and general work. Apply
Stoufter'a Restaurant, 4 North Court
street.
WANTED —Women grocery clerks.
Apply Steelton Store Co.. Steelton. Pa.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
Harrisburg. December 7. 12.000
women clerks needed. Salary. $1,200.
Experience unnecessary. Women de
siring government positions write for
free particulars. Raymond Terry
(former Civil Service F.xuminer). 467
Columbian Building, Washington.
I HELP WANTED —MaIe ami Female
SILK MILL
Experienced help wanted. Experl
encer weavers average $3.50 to $6.50
per duy. Other departments propor
tionately.
Beginners wanted also. Best pay.
Coine and earn 30 per cent, bonus
over and above regular wages. Apply
HARRISBURG SILK MILL
Second and North Streets.
SITUATIONS W'A NTED—M ALE
WANTED —Middle-uged man w.ould
like night work, or clerksHip or light
I firing. Call, or address, B. F. 8., 216
! Mulberry street. .
I AM 42 years young, married, and
want to associate fnyself with some
good .reliable manufacturing oiQbusi
ness concern In Harrisburg, where
hustle und reliability will be appreci
ated. Would want un opportunity to
acquire a small interest if make good.
No wildcat schemes wanted. Would
prefer a concern who needs reliable
help, rather than money. What have
you to offer? Answer J., care of Tele
graphy
PRACTICAL BUSINESS MAN.
With office and executive
ability and some cash capital,
desires to Invest it, with his
Services, in a good, live manu
facturing or other good-pay
ing business proposition in
Harrisburg or vicinity.
References exchanged.
t Address
BOX K. 6581,
Care of Telegraph.
; TAX EXPERT AND ADJUSTER OF
ACCOUNTS Prepares Federal and
State Tax statements, auditing and
I accounting, collections and adjusts
I claims of all kinds. All work strictly
confidential. Address Accountant,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED Opportunity to connect
with going business by young man
32 years of age, used to handling peo
ple. General executive experience.;
Would consider investment of capital.
Address Box U, 7106, care of Tele
graph.
SITUATIONS WANTED— FemaIe
j WANTED Woman wishes place_
|as cook. Inquire at 606 Forster street.
WANTED Plain sewing to do at
home. Children's sewing a specialty.
Inquire 1512 Hunter street, or call Bell
phone 1505 R.
WANTED By an experienced,
honest persoii, a position as waitress,
or chambermaid. Address Meclianlcs
liurg, Cumberland County, Pa.. R. F.
D„ No. 1, care-of Mrs. Spick.
WANTED Clerical work by re
fined. young woman, who has three
years' experience in general office
work; can furnish best of references.
Address M. I).. care of Telegraph.
ROOMS FOR KENT
STATE ST., 234 —Rooms furnished
or unfurnished. Single or connect
ing; 1 "
FOR RENT One large bedroom,
for gentlemen only. Rent reason
able. Apply 276 iiiiggs street •
ROOMS WANTED
YOUNG MAN With clerical posi
tion, wants room and board in private
family near Third and Walnut streets.
Address Box K, 7201, care of Tele
graph.
| WANTED Two furnished rooms,
j sittingroom and bedroom, in refined,
private family, by two adults. Hill
preferred. Address H., 6583, care of
Telegraph.
WANTED Two or three unfur
nished rooms, on second floor; cen
trally located; all conveniences. Call
Bell phone 4105 M.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
APARTMENT FOR RENT Sixth
street corner, second floor; very desir
able location; modern improvements;
steam heat; no children; ready for
occupancy. Apply
A. P. DORANZ,
1225 North Sixth.
FOR RENT Second and third
floor apartments, containing 'our
rooms and bath, each/ Kent for third
floor $30.00, and second floor, $40.00.
Brinton-Packer Co.. Agents, Second
and Walnut streets.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR
RENT For light housekeeping, all
modern conveniences, nt 1101 North
Sixth. Apply Louis. 414 North Third.
APARTMENTS WANTED _
WANTED Furnished. heated
apartment of four rooms, in good'lo
cation. Can give reference. Address
F, 6578, care of Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE All
improvements, in city; front porch;
bay window; nice yard to drive alley.,
SIOO down, balance as rent. Liberty
Bonds accepted.
C. H. CORDER.
1722 Green Street. Bell 560 J.
FOR SALE Two lots in Cloverly
Heights. Pleasant location. Price,
$350.00 for quick sale. A bargain for
1 some one. Or will exchange for small
auto. G. W. A„ Box 206, Penbrook,
Pa.
~ FOR SALE An 80-H.-P. engine.
In flrst-class condition. Will x erect
and guarantee performance. Noel
Cunningham. Mount Holly Springs. Pa.
FOR SALE lBOB Swatara street,
two-story pressed brick house; steam
heat- all Improvements; room on rear
for garage. Apply G. E. Shelter, 220
Seneca street. Bell phone 4847 J.
BUY YOUR HOME on our rental
payment plan. Small cash or Liberty
Bond first payment required, balance
as rent. We have houses In every
nart of the city and suburbs. Apply
P. Doranz, 1225 North Sixth street.
1221 MULBERRY STREET Just
oft the bridge 52,800.00. Easy terms
of payment. Ready for Immediate oc
euDancy. Warren Vandyke. 820 North
Sixteenth street. Bell 1357 M.
SMALL CASH PAYMENT and easy
monthly payments will buy 1827 to
1837 lA>gan street and 1721 to 1729
Fulton street. t1.650. H. G.
Pedfcrtv, 3 South Thirteenth street.
! FOR SALE —Six s/nall brick houses.
Good location. Some with improve
-1 ments. $2,500. Small, cash payment,
balance as rent.i D. A. Caley, 707
Kunkel Building. Bell phone 589.
J HOMES FOR COLORED FA Ml LI ET
Three-story brick house w | th nl , lm _
provements. Lot, 14x100. Good loca
tion. Price. $2,300.00. Easy payments
LINCOLN REALTY CO..
r Open Evenings Until 8 O'clock.
Seventh Street
. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 1
$2,500 WILL "PURCHASE a brick
house with six rooms and bath, gas
and fumace. Bell Realty Co., Berg
ner Building.
THAT most desirable vacant house,
803 North Seventeenth street; brick
and stucco; most modernly equipped.
' inspect It at once. Bell Realty Co.,
Bcrgncr Building.
$2,200 WILL PURCHASE a semi
bungalow, with six rooms and bath:
gas light: hot water heat. Bell Realty
Co.. Uergner Building.
SEVERAL HOUSES FOR SALE—
On easy terms. Get particulars at
once, as the opportunity will not last
long. Bell Realty Co., Bergncr Build
ing.
Real Estate lor Sale or Exchange
WANTED—TO KENT
We are having a number of appli
cations at this time for furnishoj
houses, apartments und rooms. What
do you have to offer? Address Mil
ler Brothers & Company, Locust and
Court streets.
REAL, ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two private garages,
rear 1607 Swatara street. Kent. su.uO
each. J. E. Gipple. 1251 Market street.
FOR RENT —918 North Sixteenth; 9-
room house, gas. electricity and
steam heat. Possession January 1.
Call Bell phone 2912.
FOR RENT Large, 3-story brick
! building, central location, suitable for ;
i garage. D. A. Caley, 707 Kunkel ,
| Building. Bell 589. j
! FOR RENT —No. 2000 State street,
I corner brick house with all improve
ments, storu room and large garage. 1
I Good poolroom location. Kent; $36.!
J. E. Gippl®. 1251 Market street.
REAL ESTATE—For Sale or Rem I
1
HOUSES ANDAUAUAUES—A; Fifth
and Curtln streets; possession ot
some of the houses on Unity days ■
notice. Fred C. Miller, 31 North sec- .
ond. Bell phone 3U7J.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED, TO BUY A HOUSE
north of Macluy street. Address Box
H. 7202, care ot Telegraph.
FARM WANTED 2 to 2v acres,
with or without buildings. suu e i ow .
est price. Address Box D, 6553, care
ot "telegraph.
1 HAVE BUYERS waiting for proo
' trty in any section of the city if
cheap. What Uuve you to offer
CHAS. APLKR. 1002 N. Tturu street.
Offices untl Storerooms—For Rem
OFFICES FOR RENT Furnished
' or unfurnished, single or ensuite of
; two -or three rooms. Apply H. 52 L.
Lowengurd. 210 North Third street.
MARKET ST. STORE
! FOR RENT.
Beautiiui Daylight Store.
604 Market Street.
CHAS. ADLER,
1002 North Third Street.
' FARMS
40 Acres. SI,BOO.
3 Acres, $550.
60 Acres, $3,500.
110 Acres. $3,700.
Call at 107 CHESTNUT ST. I
FARMS FOR SALE
100 Acres—Frame buildings, fruit and
timber $3,000
60 Acres—Fruit, truck, good build
; ings and soil $3,800
- 167 Acres—Tobacco, truck, grain, aood
buildings .... SIO,OOO
190 Acres—Stock, grain, tobacco, fine
building $26,000
' 27 Acres—Good buildings and soil,
fruit $2,800
; 6 Acres —Good buildings, truck and
1 fruit SBSO
Have' 3 2-acre places near city.
to $2,300.
Bonds taken, and terms to suit.
/ CHARLES DAVIES.
! City. Suburban and Farm Properties.
' 204 Calder Bldg. Bell 4377.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Thoroughbred, pedi
greed Blue Belton English Setter, fe
! male, eleven months old. Partly
; broken. Not gunshy. Of champion
bench and field strains. Perfect. Bell
phone 2353 W.
FOR SALE Two pure rubber
f tire fillers, 34x4. No inner tubes re
\ quired. Good for 50,000 miles. Will
1 sell very reasonable. Apply 1745 North
j Sixth street.
' FOR SALE Girl' 3 wheel. $lO. Ad
% dress Box W, 6902, care of Telegraph.
I FOR SALE Electric train. 65
1 inches long, eight-wheel engine and
. three Pullman cars., with Type K
- transformer. $50.00 outfit for $30.00.
Call 1616 Green street.
FOR SALE—A S7OO upright player-
I piano, good as new, in first-class con
- dition. for $250 cash If sold before
j Christmas. Inquire or address 143
South Third street.
APPLES FOR SALE Grimes' Gol
den, with a Banana flavor; Stayman
Weinsap. Jonathans. York Imperial
etc. Some of these apples are very fine!
1 Come and see them at R. A. Wlcker
: sham's Orchard, one-half mile cast of
'1 Mechanlcsbu.-g. Pa., "lrolley car stops
; at Orchard.
FOR SALE Fireproof, automatic
safe, in first-class condition. Out
side measurements. 33x23x24 inches.
Weight, about 1,200 pounds. A real
' bargain. 50 pipeflttings, elbows, re
ducers, tees, un'ons, etc., at half price.
' Signboards. 35x50 inches, 16x20. In
quire immediately. Edna M. Mueder,
J 1853 Swatara street. Bell 813 J.
1 FOR SALE One English Bull dog,
' pedigreed. 11. G. Bombargner, 616 For
. rest street.
,' FOR SALE Two glass show cases,
1 6 ft long, 36 in. high; 3 office library
tables and 1 office chair. G. R. Hurd,
: Trustee, 317 Chestnut street.
' FOR SALE, CHEAP Steam heat
1 holler in flrst-class condition. Will
heat large house. Call at First Floor,
2020 Fifth street.
I FOR SALE One 10x15 Gordon
1 Printing Press. Bargain. Does good
3 work Address Lemoyne Supply Co.,
, Z 336. Lemoyne, Pa.
f
t SCREENED CANNEL COAL
? $8.85
J. B. MONTGOMERY
V 3rd and Chestnut Streets
0
9
f.
CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT
I. —~
ieam holßtli.fi: ' -tiff
ieg derrick fr- eale. Apply to
7 s g. Johnson, 312 Chestnut.
" -TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR
..VH !1 ALL MAKES RENTED
- CASH EXCHANGED.
GEO. P. TILLOTSON.
'• onr lOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE
205 oRPHKi'M THKATP# ' **
BOTH PHONES
' — —
.
:i HAVE YOU AN EXTRA TYPE
WRITER? You can sell it,if it's a good
j 1 . machine, to somebody who can make
good use of it. A lot of people would
j, like to own typewriters for personal
correspondence "home use," as it
were. These machines have a cash
value. Describe yours, and auotc a
price, in a classified ad.
I
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
I WANTED Piano suitable for
I learners. State full particulars and
price. Address Box V, 6904, care of
|
j FOR SALE Solid mahogany liv
-1 ingrouin suue. two-pedestal Colonial
1 ! table, with drawer; rocker, chair and
; seutee, also slip covers. S4S.UU. Apoly
| at 1533 Cedar street.
FOR SALE
1919 CALENDARS
I
Rig Bargains Jn Samples and Job 1
! rota orders promptly filled. First !
1 come, first served.
MYERS MANUFACTURING CO„
Third and Cumberland Sts.
Bell phone 1577 R. (Above Shoe Store), j
|
FOR SALE
I Magazines for No. 1 Linotypes.
1 A rare bargain for a plant
with a No. 1 machine.
Address
'
I I <r-iE TELEGRAPH PRINTING
'| f ' COMPANY.
Harrisburg. Pa.
, 1,
BARGAINS'. BARGAINS!
! The Store across from Y. W. c. A.
1 offers you the Biggest and Best Bar-
I gains i" Men's and Boys Suits, over
[ 1 i-oais. Mackinaw Couis, Underwear,
'I Huts, Caps and Shoes. We laui
-1 una for Low Prices. Give us a triui.
j UU OUTLET CLOTHING CO..
23 North Fourth Street.
! MORRIS SAYS save money buying '
new and second-hund furniture here j
I 11.gh prices paid for furniture. Morris !
| Sehmeriz. 10311 Market. Bell 3971 R. j
j WANTKD, TO BUY afecond-nand |
. j player piano. State price, condition and !
Iwliere 11 can oe seen, auuiess C.,
care of Telegraph.
I HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID for
I Second-hand Furniture. Prompt at- |
j tention. Newmark & Cown. 308 Broad
I street. Dial phone 4826.
| HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
kinds of Junk. Get our prices before
■ | selling. Call Bell phone 936, or drop
I us h postal and our wagon will call.
Keystone Iron' ,v aietui Co., Broad and
j j Currant streets.
' HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
'' kinds of empty barrels and junk. Call
;' Bell phone 4276. B Abrains & Son.
' I 824-832 North Seventh street.
j|— ■
PART T OWNING
1 |
well-located vacant property
in the city, would like to get
' [ in touch with a responsible
contractor und builder. One
• ; vs t-> would be interested in
developing the property. For
particulars address
M.. 3211,
Care of Telegraph.
I WANTED A Boston Bull Puppy,
i burg.
, i
WANTED
' 1 Second-band motors. Small
I j size preferred.
I : Apply
" FED T, ' n M. MACHINE SHOP,
. j Cr"- V erry St.. near Second.
1. Harrisburg. Pa.
II L COHEN & COMPANY. York and
: Ash Avenues. Highest prices paid for
1 rag' oaper. iron, barrels, rubber and
metals and old machines. Send postul
-I or call 2221W Bell and Dial 6223.
: I MAX SMELTZ
3 Second-hand furniture bought and
i gold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
Bell 1381 or Dial 5847, or drop a pos
, ta j to Max Smoltz, 1016 Market street-
Will call, city or country.
1 DESK ROOM WANTED with serv
• ices of stenographer in downtown ot
'• fice by salesman calling on tnanufac
j | jurers and contractors. R6573.
a XMAS PRESENT for a small boy.
Pure-bred Airedale Pup. Easy dog to
~ house train. Inquire M. R. Ruther
c ford. Harrisburg. Pa.. Route No. 1, Sox
" 79 Bell phone 341J-3.
1.
I WANTED. TO BUY A Boston Bull
" Pup. Address W. F. S.. P. O. Box 823,
'• Harrisburg. Pa.
', ~ ELECTRICIANS
Will find an opportunity In the
sale of profitable News Agency in
thriving suburban town.
influenze has deprived the town
of its ouly electrician. No Elec
~ i trtcal Supply Store In town.
'• Start a business here. The
y Newspaper Agency will get you
I. I acquainted with the people.
BOX R, 7474.
- | Care of Telegraph.
II
r, Money to Loan
n JVE LEND MONEY in compliance
a wrib Act ot June 17. 1915, to iruilviuu
' als In need of ready cash; small loan.-
" a specialty, business confidential, pu>-
ments to suit borrower's convenience,
positively lowest rales in city.
PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CD
132 Walnut Street.
INDUSTRIAL LOANS—SIS to S3OO
On Personal Property. Real Estate ui
Guaranteed Notes.
THE ENTIRE COST OF
S2O for four months is $2.60
S4O for four months is $4.0(1
S6O for four 'months Is $6.50
- SIOO for four months Is $9.60
i based on four equal monthly pay
ments one month apart. Other aniou.,D
in proportion. Long or short tune
contracts. inlerest charged „.,i y
for the actual lime money is in your
possession. Business established in
1909 and conducted under State super
it vlß,on ' CO-OPERATIVE
LOAN & INVESTMENT CO..
204 Chestnut St.
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Hours: 8 to 6. Saturdays until 9.
1 Open two Evenings before Xmss.,
Musical
VIOLINS, MANDOLINS. GUITARS.
BANJOS. Band and Orchestra Instru
ments promptly unci carefully lepair
ed. OYLEU'S, 14 South Fourth street.
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
caretully repaired by an expert ouiy.
ulLhiis. n south Fourth street.
IE your Talking Machine needs re- !
pail s, just call Bell Phone 3242 J. An I
| expert will be at your service at once, i
| Or bring machine to 1213 North Third '
j street.
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
■ FOR SALE Stock of grocery j
i store and lixtures. Storeroom and t
| liome for rent. Address JL. 6573, care j
| of Telegraph. |
BUSINESS I'ELSONALS
UPHOLSTERING Of the best !
kind. Work guaranteed. We call and 1
deliver. 308 broad street. Dial phone j
4326. |
.IDEAS. INVENTORS. PATENTS j
pi ooted. Send particulars. Horst
Promoting Agency, Linglestown, Pa. '
EXPERT AUDITOR AND ACCOUNT- |
ANT
Efficiency Methods and Cost Sys
tems installed. Income and Excess]
Profit Tax Statements prepared.
Books opened, closed or audited. C. !
I E. MucCioskey, 403 South Thirteenth !
street.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
Single edge. 25c doz; double edge. 35c
doz; razors, 25c. Gorgas Drug Store.
DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. H.
Caplun Co.. 206 Market street.
QUININE —Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to catch you this
chaugcable weather. OUR LAXATIV E
PHOSI'HO-QUINTNK will stave It off
If taken In time. Gross Drug Store.
113 Marker s.reet.
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HAULING AND MOVING
I GENERAL HAULING AND f VST
EXPRESS SERVICE to nearby towns
with auto trucks. Only experienced
and careful drivers. Call Bell 3320
or Dial 2265.
HICKS Local and Long-distance
Hauling. 424 Heily. Both Phones.
AUTO HAULING Local or long
distance. Furniture and piano moving
a specialty. Blue Line Transfer. 317
Capuui street. Botn phones.
AUTO HAULING Local amj long',
dlslunce. Furniture moving a ape
ciall /. Rates reasonable. ProniDt
servn e. Call Bell 623 J.
LOCAL AKD LONG - DISTANCE
HAULlNG—Furniture moving. Prompt
service. Ernest Corbln. 656 Calder
slteei. Bom piioues. bell 3U36J, Dial
3083.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE Local
and |...ig-distance. F. J. Marter. Bell
S9-J. 3 .eelton.
WE MOVE
Anj thing—anywhere—any time.
Dial 4990.
DAYTON CYCLE CO..
912 North Third Street. City.
I HEAVY HAULING—FuIIy equipped
for loi iture. freight and piano mov
ing No distance too far. Careful
driver Rum and dustproof body. J.
. E. Grubber's Truck Service. Irvln
Aungsl Manager. Hershev Pa. Bell
phone I SR-6.
LOCAL AND LONG - DISTAN-E
HAULING Prompt service. A. &
. B. Motor Express, 917 Cepltal street.
Bell phone 1635 J.
! ALL KINDS OF HAULING
AND MOVING DONE
CONRAD BROS. 341 XELKER ST.
BELL PHONE 623 W.
DIAL PHONE 3518.
] Wlicre to Dine
i ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
"HI! HOME OF SATISFACTION.
I STOUFFER'S RESTAURANT—Home
. cooking served to Businessmen gnd
Ladles in senarate dinlngroom.
Storage
STORAGE —419 Broad street, house
hold goods. merchandise. Private
rooms at reasonable rates. Also haul
ing of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co.
80. h phones.
STORAGE in brick building, rear
408 Market. Household goods In clean.
pruue looms. Reasonable rates. P.
. ~ inener. 408 Market street.
STORAGE Private rooms for
household goods In fireproof ware
. nou-<e, 83 per month and up. Lower
...rage rates In non-fireproof ware
. j muse. Harrisburg Storage Co., 437-
, i 14f. South Second street.
, I Undertakers
SAMUEL S. FACKLER.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
1312 Derry St.
' BELL 1966. DIAL 2133.
RUDOLPH K. SPICKR,
| Funeral Director and Etnbalmer,
511 North Second Street.
1 BELL 252. DIAL 2145.
I
I CEMETERY LOTS Foil SALE
1 PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY
' Beautifully situated on Market street
° east of Twenty-sixth, and on the
1 nort.i and east faces the new park
, way. The prices of lots are moderato.
J Miller Bros. & Co.. Agents.
Cleaners and Dyera,
IT PAYS to have Clothea Cleaned.
Pressed. Dyed or Repaired at the best
place In town. Call and deliver.
Goodman's, 13U6V9 North Sixth. Both
Phones.
AUTOMOBILES 1 £
. FOR SALE 1917 Maxwell Touring '
Car, 1916 Keo Roadster. Apply Har- i
risburg Auto & 'lire Repair Co., 131
South Third street.
FOR SALE 1917-1914 Ford Tour
ings, $425.UU, $325.uu, to settle estates.
I Address Box H, 6561, care of Tele- tl
! graph.
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ONE NEW CONESTUUA TRUCK ]
Covered body, luiuu lbs. capacity. A I
bargain. Inquire of Philadelphia
Quick l.uncn. I
1917 FORD TOURINQ, fine order. sa I s<
worth extras. Price. $476.00 cash. ; „
Must be sold account sickness. Also I
Maxwell 1918 Touring, $750.00 cash i c
! Run 1.000 miles. O. K. Can be seen ' „
j at Horst's, Linglestown, Pa.
WM. PENN GARAGE
304-6 Muench street. Limousines for !
1 funeral, purtl > and balls; careful I n
! drivers; open day and .light. Bell I
| 4564. tl
i KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO. "
All sort of auto tuu and cushion work c
done by experts. Also repair work. „
Reasonable rates. 72-78 South Cam-
eron street. ti
ONE brand-new 1918 Chandler Tour- C.
tng Car, in good condition, has been v
used about three months, to be sold
on account of death. Inquire at Gard- 0
I ner & Baptist!, Third and Chestnut I
streets. o
FOR SALE Reo Touring car. d
laioks and runs like new. Bargain to
quick buyer. Buick Roadster. A 1
shape. Bargain for some one. Aj E
Pchiffman. 12-24-26 North Cameron. I
SECOND-HAND TRUCKS and pleas
ure ears for sale. Ford ton trucks.
Auto-Car 2-ton trucks and one 7-
passenger Haynes Touring Car. All
cheap 10 quick buyers. International a
Harvester Co. Truck Department. No
jCI9 V nit street. ti
! FOR SALE Ford truck, pannel &
! body; two-horse wagon, good as new. n
I Both equipped for baker. F. J. Nov- t
| lnger, Millersburg, Pa.
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I FOR SALE Two 4H-ton Packard .
j Trucks, practically new. Thos. L. 1
I Herb & Co.. Lebanon, Pa. J
! BUICK ROADSTER Runs fine, j
electric lights; new lop; $350.00 it
Horst, Ltrglesfown. Pa. s
i FOR SALE 1917 Dodge Touring 1
| car, in Al condition. All good tires f
j with new spare. A private car. Will
1 demonstrate. Call 4912 Bell. 1
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I FOR SALE 1916 Metz Touring, c
one 19It Alaxwell Touring, two 1918 1
' Maxwell Touring Cars. Apply Horst. ..
I Linglestown. Pa.
1 ONE CHEVROLET ROYAL MAIL
j ROADSTER Beaver's Garage, 632 "
North street.
FOR SALE—6-ton Standard truck. !
1 Price reasonable. Mechanical work in
Al condition. Guaranteed 3u days.
Sunshine Garage, 27<29 North Cain- ,
eron street.
NEW 2-ton International Truck, '
. useu 0 weeks, with express body and
cab. Price reasonable. Address K. I'..
. care of Telegraph. ;
WANTED AH kinds of used auto
. tires. 11 c nay highest cash prices.
1 No junk. H. Esterbronif, 912 North
1 Third street. Dial 4990. 1
> SUNSHINE GARAGE Auto re- 1
pairing by expert. Road Joba u 1
' specialty. Charge reasonable. Both ,
. Phones. Sunshine Garage. 27 North
Cameron street
BARGAIN SALE
60—SIXTY—6t
FORDS
1914-1915-1917-1918 MODELS
Including Touring Cars,
Roadsters, Sedans,
Trucks, Light Delivery,
Also 1 Racer and Speedster.
These cars have been over
hauled and rebuilt in our Re
pair Department and are in
fine mechanical condition.
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j The Paint Department have
1 reflntshed them In many at- *
j tractive color combinations.
* The paint and varnish are the
best Valentine grade. Prices
- from $250 to SSOO.
j
Convenient terms may be
. arranged,
- Open Evenings,
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i MAC'S GARAGE. Inc.
117-19-21 SOUTH THIRD ST.
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3,500 MILE GUARANTEED TIRES
80x3 @512.50 each
[email protected] each
32x3 Vi @ $17.60 each
_ 31x4 @519.25 each
33x4 @521.60 each
31x4 @523.00 each
Also some very special prices on
Seconds.
1 1918 Apperson 4-passenger car,
used for demonstrator, good as
~ r .ew. Special price.
1 1913 Cadillac 6-passenger car. In
excellent condition. A bargain.
- KEYSTONE SALES CO.,
0. 108 MARKET STREET.
OLD AUTO™
1. wanted: used, wrecked or oldtimers.
,l In any condition. See me before sac
r- riflcin'g elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
h wrecking. A. Schiffman. $2, 24. 26,
North Cameron street. Bell 3631.
School Board Officers
Meet With Committee
on Americanization
The Americanization committee of
the Harrisburg Chamber of Com
merce met to-day at noon in the
Harrisburg Club, in a conference • §
with J. H. Bickley, supervisor of
special activities of the Harrisburg
school district, and R. Ross Seaman,
chairman of the Americanization
committee of the Dauphin county
committee of national defense and
committee of- public safety.
The conference was for the pur
pose of extending the Americaniza
tion plan, and discussing the activi
ties in that direction. Evening school
classes and other elements of tho
program were discussed with a view
to extending the work.
Robert H. Irons, president of the
Central Iron and Steel Company; 1A
V. l.arkin, assistant superintendent
of the Harrisburg Pipe and Pipe
Bending Company, and John Grey,
of the Lalance-Grosjean Company,
compose the Chamber of Commerce
committee. Mr. Irons is chairman.
Elizabethville Has
Youngest in Red Cross
Klizahcthvillc, Pa., Dec. 23.—Eliz
abethville, which is responding well
to the Red Cross Christmas member
ship campaign, according to the an
nouncement of Chairman James E.
Lentz to-day, has two of the young
est members in the county—Joseph
L. Culp, two weeks old, and Helen
Marie Romberger, one week.
Lieutenant Edwin Zeigler, Just re
turned from Camp Wadsworth,
stepped into the headquarters Satur
day and bought seven memberships,
six of which he intends to give to
friends as Christmas presents, saying
that every soldier believes the Red
Cross should have the support of
everybody in the country. The drive •
here has netted 430 members and is
going along well.
MOTORCYCLES AND HJCYCLES
FOR SALE One Hhrley-Davidson
Motorcycle, with side car. Inquire 301
South Fourteenth street.
1916 HARLEY MOTORCYCLE
side car and tandem, electric equipped, ••'1
$225.00. Indian Twin Tandem. sso.
Horst. Linglestown. Pa.
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE—Like new.
Bargain e.i $95.00. Horst, Lingles
town. Pa.
FOR SALE One 1918 brand-new
Reading Standard Electric, with side
car; one 1917 Indian, with sidecar; one
1916 Indian, with sidecar. All above
machines are in first-class condition,
and >vlß be sold cheap. Harrisburg
Motorcycle Exchange. 1227 North
Sixth street.
BICYCLE REPAIRING "
BY AN EXPERT.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
DORY SHANER.
WITH ' i
ANDREW REDMOND,
1607 NORTH THIRD ST.
GARAGES
ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS
jM.At s Ali types; 4 and 6
Bosch high tension, Eishmann, Dlxey.
Splltdorf, Mea, Remy and different
makes of coils, carburetors, etc. A
Schiffman. 22-24-26 North Cameron
etrtet. Bell 3633.
vOObfEAH TIRES In si7* 30x3 K
und 32x4 A. W. T. Fabrics, and 30x3 &
Rib Cord at prices less than you can
buy. 1213 North Third street.
AUTO RADIATORS of ull kinds re
paired by specialists. Also fenders,
lamps, etc. Best service in town. Har
risburg Auto Radiator Works. 805
North Third street.
WELDING AUTO AND MACHINE
PARTS
Frames straightened and welded.
Heavy Cast Iron Our Specialty.
Expert .Welders. Work Guaranteed
CAPITAL CITY WELDINU CO..
1538 Logan St.
BELL 4396 J.
LEGAL NOTICES
THE regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Forney Bros Shoe
Co. will be held at their office 628
North street, Harrisburg, Pa.. January
13, 1918, at 3:30 P. M.s for the purpose
of electing a board of directors
JOHN G. FELTY.
Secretary. * I
In the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin County, Pa., Number 57
Commonwealth Docket, 1913. '
MY third account as liquidator of
the Scranton Fire Insurance Company
is before the Dauphin County Court
with a scheme of distribution to
claimants of record. Exceptions may
be filed, not later than January 4
1919, with the Special Deputy In
charge of the liquidation, Thomas B
Donaldson, 331 Walnut Street, Phila
delphia, Pa.
CHARLES A. AMBLER,
Ins. Com'r (Receiver).
Harrisburg, Pa.
NOTICE
The Annual Meeting of the East
Harrisburg Cemetery Company, for
the election of six directors, will be
held at the Office of the Company at
the Cemetery, on Tuesday, the 14th
day of January. 1919, between the J
hours of 1 and 2 P. M.
J. A. MILLER,
Secretary.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
on the Estate of John Schafmeister, •, jj
late of the City of Harrisburg, Dau
phln County. Pennsylvania, deceased,
having been granted to the undersign
ed residing in said City, all persons in- j
debted to said Estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those
having claims will present them.fe,
settlement to
VINCENT J. SCHAFMEISTER,
Administrator,
2331 Logan Street. .
Or Harrisburg, Pa.
HORACE A. SEGELBAUM.
Attorney.
NOTICE Letters Testamentary
on the Estate of Lauretta R.
Loh. late of Harrisburg. Dauphin
County, Pa., deceased, having been '
granted to the undersigned residing
in Carlisle, Pa., ail persoua Indebted
to said Estate are requested to make
Immediate payment and those having
claims will present them for settle- -
meDt ' J. C. ECKELS,
Or to Executor. M
J. M. RHKY.
Attorney-at-I-aw.
Carlisle. Pa.
NOTICE Letters of Admlntstra- J
tlon on the Estate of J. Fred Artman.
late of Susquehanna Township. Dau
phin County. Pa., deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned re
siding In New Freedom. Pa., all per
sons indebted to said Estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment
and those having claims will present
them for settlement.
S, ALVA ARTMAN.
Or to . Administratrix. /
I. P. BOWMAfJ. '
Attorney-at-Law. ' J
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