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EFFICIENT WORKERS ARE TO EE FOUNB If USING TBE CLASSIFIED PAGE
SDeatbs
MILLER Mrs. Margaret JJiller,
aged 57. wife of Charles R. Miller.
1727 Walnut street, died Januar>
13. 1919. at 8:05 P. M.
Funeral services private on Thurs
day. at 2 P. M. Burial in East
Harrisburg Cemetery.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Moonstone stickpin,
in central part of city.
returned to C. O. Bacaenstoss. Majors
Office.
IXjST Open-face gold watch on
Herr or Seventh streets, betseen
Eighteenth and Roundhouse. Reward
if returned to 1315 Herr street.
FOUND A muff. Owner can have
same by identifying, and P a >' in ®
advertisement, and calling at l 'rand
Union Tea Co.. 208 North Second
street.
instkuctions
LA SALLE EXTENSION UNIVER
SITY Trainlngg in higher account
ing. law and traffic. Full in '°"Vs t Vai"
upon request. K. A. W arner, Reg •
No. 26 North Eighteenth street. Har
risburg. Bell 3842 M.
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION >" C L r ,?f,f
Shorthand. Typewriting, E"Sj' s ,°'
liookkeeping. Penmanship. Arithmetic,
etc. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL OPEN
ALL YEAR. Enter any time. ueu
125, Dial 4016. _ , 1
HECK 1.e.. BUSINESS COLLEGE. ,
121 Mark. ' St. Chas P.. Beckley. :
11P.1,1' WANTED —MALE j
LINOTYPE
OPERATORS
WANTED
We have positions for
four linotype oprratois
and several good floormen.
ArPLY
HARRY A. FRY.
Telegraph Composing
Room.
WANTED ■
INSPECTOR
AND
ASSISTANT FOREMAN
Good opening. - ,leai L\ fUT
ployment for competent me
4-hitnic capable reading th°i
mtghlv all kinds working
drawings. Must be A 1 ma
chinist, with experience in
supervising help and in
specting. preferably both ma
4-hine shop and sheet metai
e work P Rate. 70c per hour.
Work 52'4 hours per ween.
.Modern, first-class shop and
strowing business. . insuring
constant opportunities for
demonstrated abillt..
full particulars in first letter.
PANGBORN CORPORATION,
HAGERSTOWN, MD.
I
WANTED
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN
TO SELL
FORD CARS
AND
TRUXTON UNITS.
MAC'S GARAGE. INC.,
Jl7 SOUTH THIRD ST.
MAN WANTED To work on
truck farm. Single man preferred.
Good wages and steady work the
year a"ound. Apply to H. J;; T ."
bauer. Front and Reel's"lane, Harris
burg. .
WANTED Truck farmer for
farm adjoining city line. Good oppor
tunity for right tnan. Apply J. .
Morrow. 17 North Fifth.
HIGH-GRADE SALESMEN
For nearby cqunties. with au
tomobiles. to sell Light Plants
and Accessories to Farmers.
To those who can qualify a
liberal commission and draw
ing account will be allowed.
See District Manager,
T. B. BEDFORD,
At Pcnn-Harris, All Week.
WANTED lien wishing positions
Firemen. Brakemen. Electric Motor
ir.en. Colored Train Porters. Pennsyl
vania, Ohio and New Y'ork roads. No
experience necessary. $lOO-1150 per
month. Quick promotion ,$2OO-$3OO
per month positions. Name position
wanted. Inter Railway Dept. (74), In
dianapolis, Ind. ___
THE GLOBE Requires the ser
vices of a thoroughly experienced nnd
capable window trimmer and sign
writer. Good position, witli steaay
advancement. Apply at once. The
Globe, 322-324 Market street.
WANTED Rxperieinced loomfixer
on box and plain looms; one accus
tomed to crepes and plaids preferred;
permanent position for man of steady
habits, who can obtain results and
handle help successfully; state age.
experience and wages expected. Man
hattan Silk Co., Buffalo. Is. Y*.
FOR SALE
Splendid 2 -story stone mid
frame bungalow, along the trol
ley, with all improvements. Near
ly three aeres of ground with
large orchard, and new large
chicken house. Telephone service.
An excellent proposition.
Consult us about the price.
Miller Brothers & Co.
Kent Estate
' •mttrcitrr Surety Itoan*
I.ochM and Court .streets
•richer. Hhg. Real Estate Board
mmmmmmm I —^
WEDNESDAY EVENING, HARRIBBURG OfflSßg TELEGRAPH JANUARY IS, 1919.
HELP WANTED—MALE .
EXPERIENCED
NIGGER-HEAD
( OPERATOR
; Wanted at once in McKay
| lastiiigrooiu.
I Apply
'j DEVINE & YUNGEL SHOE j
J MFG. CO.,
i ; Sixteenth and State Streets.
:
SEVERAL SALESMEN
for door-to-door proposition.
Newspaper experience deslr
' ; able. Address
M., 6541,
Care of Telegraph.
1
j
WANTED
Experienced boss painter for
automobile work; also one i
helper. Apply
MAC'S GARAGE.
117 South Third St.
;
1 A CORPORATION manufacturing;
mechanical office appliances of inter
national reputation offers exceptional!
opportunities to several young men. ]
preferably between the ages of 21 and
25. to qualify as expert repairmen. !
We will engage only serious-inten- ,
tioned men, who desire permanent j
employment. Good pay during tire >
instruction period. State, in your re
ply, your age. nationality, previous;
employers, education, and whether or]
j not you would accept out-of-town ;
employment. Address Box E, 7002, !
care of Telegraph.
I 1
EXPERIENCED MEN'S CLOTH- !
ING SALESMAN WANTED
j Permanent position; good salary.
All applications must be by mail, ;
and will be held strictly conflden
, tial. Address, stating age and
! reference,
i KAUFMAN'S UNDERSELLING
I STORE. j
YOUNG MEN 16 and over, are
eligible for government Railway Mail j
j Clerks. $92 month. Examinations
soon. For free particulars, write J. L.
Leonard (former Civil Service Ex
antilier), 436 Kenois Building, Wash- I
i ington. j
WANTED First-class shoemaker.!
Steady job. Good wages. Apply to
Greek-American Shoo Co., 800 North :
Third street. j
SALESMAN AND COLLECTOR
For Established Route. Big money
proposition for capable man. Salary
and commission. Apply Superinten
dent, Room 4, 29 North Second street,
8-9 A. M.. 4-5 P. M.
MAN WANTED One who is a
good hustler, to sell our tea and oof- j
fee to the trade. Small bond and j
good reference required. Good propo- ]
sition to right party. Apply Grand
Union Tea Store, 208 North Secondi
street.
WANTED An experienced sales
man for Harrisburg and suburban I
towns. For the right man we will I
give an exceptional contract. Address !
| Box H. 7003, care of Telegraph.
I WANTED. A CANDY MAKER, 'l
AMERICAN
i An all-around man, one that can ■
I make hard candy and cream goods,
for a small factory just starting in I
business. A man that could also man- :
age a small factory would be prac- 1
tically his own boss. Give reference j
and address, also state salary expect- |
ed. Address Box W, 6939, care of Tele- i
graph.
WANTED Y'oung man. for office]
position. Must be good at figures. I
accurate and a fair penman. Steady .
position and opportunity for advance- I
ment. Address, giving full particu- I
lars as to age. experience, reference,
I etc., E„ 3211, care of Telegraph.
| WANTED Ten canvassers want- ,
led at once. 50 per cent, profit. Goods !
I furnished. Call at the Dauphin Hotel i
! from 6 to 8 to-night or 8 to 9 A. M. '
j to-morrow. Ask for E. C. Mengle.
I WANTED —An experienced chauf- i
, feur for driving Ford delivery car. I
] Prefer one who is able to make his ;
own repairs. Apply S. S. Pomeroy,
j Market Square Grocer.
i CLERKS Capable applicants are !
. wanted to take up training at once. !
i without interference with the present i
- duties, for important accounting po
■ sitions with the large American in- j
dustries, railroads, business corpora-
U tions and the U. S. Government. Mini
r I mum salaries, $1,800.00 per year. Ad
- j dress Box W, 6936. care of Telegraph.
"I ]
. i 11 ELI* WANTED—FEMALE
I I
'
SEWING MACHINE
OPERATORS
Wanted at once. Sewing Ma
chine Operators. Inexpurlenc- i
ed operators will be paid >
while learning. Positions are ]
j permanent, with regular work
I and good pay.
j! BLOUGH MANUFACTURING
j COMPANY,
Reily and Fulton Streets.
: i
p SALESLADIES WANTED
We will receive applications from
experienced salesladies fur
r corsets, hosiery, women's knit un
dearwear, notiuns and other de
partments. Excellent opportuni
ties for those who can take care
1 of stock and assist in selecting
~ merchandise. Permanent posi
tion. Good salary. All applica
tions must be by mail and will be
held strictly confidential. Ad
dress
KAUFMAN'S UNDERSELLING
STORE.
i YOUNo WOMEN WANTED To
learn shoemaklng. Learners are well
I paid and earn good wages when pro
ficient. Harrisburg Shoe Manufactur
, ing Co.. 1402 Vernon street.
j DRESSMAKER WANTS Experi
' enced workers on Waists and Skirts
I Apply, between 12 and 1 or 5 a.id 7*
122 Stat- street.
1 WANTED Thoroughly experi
enced and capable cook (white or col
! need ( for very small family. y 0
i laundry work. Very good wages.
'Comfortable quarters with bath. None
i but experienced need apply, call
mornings. 1622 North Second street,
e Bell phone 282.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
ADVICE FROM PARENTS
often helps a young woman
make a wise choice of a place
to work. We invite the in
terest of
FATHERS AND MOTHERS
Do you wisii to insure for
your daughter work in pro
tected surroundings? Hell
Telephone operators enjoy
certain advantages that
MAKE THEM lIAPPY j
IN THEIR WORK
Carefully chosen associates.
Comfortable rest rooms.
Inexpensive hot lunches.
Good salary—Periodic Increases.
Opportunity for promotion.
if you are interested in
having your daughter work
under these conditions, send
her. or better yet, come with
her. to see us.
Apply to Miss Kline, Opera
tor's Employment Depart
ment. ,|
208 Walnut Street.
THE BELL TELEPHONE]
COMPANY OF PENNA. !
_|
I
WANTED
Female clerks for typewrit
ing and general clerical work. :
Excellent opportunity for ad- ]
vancement. Apply
ROOM 401,
Johnson Building.
1 I
WANTED
A GOOD STENOGRAPHER. j
APPLY
C. M. SIGLER. INC..
30 NORTH SECOND STREET.
* I
WANTED
Operators on power sewing
machines. Many orders for
our goods guarantees steady
work at good wages, paying
40 per cent, bonus. Those be
ginning now will participate
in oui new profit-sharing plan. i
JENNINGS MFG. CO..
2012 North Fourth Street.
OPERATORS WANTED In addl- ;
tioti to paying the best prices in the !
city on piecework, we will pay. be
ginning January 2. h bonus of 20 per
cent. Call at llarrisburg Apparel Co.. 1
Third Floor of City Star Laundry j
Building. Sixth and lferr streets, i
Learners paid while under instruc
tion.
WANTED White woman and
daughter for general housework.
Daughter, in school, to care for child
part time. 813 North Second street.
WANTED A refined, settled wo
man, without home cares. Permanent
employment, with rapid advancement.
Experience not necessary. Box B.
6943. care of Telegraph.
WANTED Firs, and second maid,
white preferred, for small family. Ap
ply 2138 North Third street.
WANTED Chambermaid. Apply |
at Hotel Columbus.
-" 1 • !
TYPIST Must have experience. I
be accurate and rapid. Congenial I
fellow employes. Good wages. Old I
established business. Eight hours
half day Saturday. Address Box M,
6945, care of Telegraph.
WANTED White girl for gen- !
oral housework. Good home and good j
pay. Apply 1632 Green street. Bell i
phone 3339 M.
WANTED Stenographer for ordi
nary office work. Please state ex
perience. if any. rate of speed in tak
ing and transcribing dictation and
salary expected. Address P. O. Box
787. Harrisburg. Pa.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED Ap
ply Room 200, Caider Building. Har
risburg. Bell telephone 4624.
WANTED Experienced stenog
rapher and office clerk. Apply Stan
dard Baking Co., Tenth and Market
streets.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
Harrisburg. December 7. 12,000
women clerks needed. Salary. $1,200.
Experience unnecessary. Women de
.7.ring government positions write for |
free particulars. Raymond Terry !
(.former Civil Service Examiner). 467 i
Columbian Building, Washington.
WANTED
EXPERIENCED LOOPERS
AT
HARRIS HOSIERY' CO..
CALDER AND MARION STS.
WANTED Stenographers. long
experience unnecessary. Reference
required. P. O. Box 335, Harrisburg
Pa.
IIEIJ* \\ ANTED— Male mid Female
APPLICANTS Desiring to pre
pare for coming Civil service Exami
nations. Write Box 11, 6937,- care of
Telegraph, for information, special
assistance, and coaching from ex-
Civil Service Examiner.
STENOGRAPHER With at least
four years' experience and first-class
references. Good salary. Answer M
6934, care of Telegraph.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED
Man or woman. Must be com
petent. with at least four
years' experience.
Apply in own handwriting.
Address communication to
P. O. BOX 44 4,
Harrisburg. Pa.
AGENTS WANTED

EASIEST SELLERS Everbody i
wants "LIFE OF. ROOSEVELT" me
morial edition, by intimate friend
fully illustrated; and complete "HIS
TORY OF WORLD WAR." by Francis
A. March, introduction by his brother
General Peyton C. March, highest of
ficer in U. S. Army, complete, au
thentic. official photographs. Great
est opportunity ever offered agents
on these two books; big profits
credit extended. Twentieth Century
j Publishing Co., Dept. 51. Philadelphia
| Pennsylvania.
i LIFE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT
I HISTORY' OF WORLD WAR BY
i MARCH Agents with these two
I I looks making lu.oo per hour. Biggest
1 terms. Both outfits free. State choice
'Historical Book Co., Chicago. i
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FURNISHED ROOMS SOME
TIMES "rent themselves," of course
—just as goods sell themselves on rare
occasions, as when an immediate
urgency comes to a person and the
first thing that offers is welcome. But,
as a rule, it pays, and pays well, to
ADVERTISE furnished rooms there
by securing the right kind of tenants.
SITUATION'S WANTED.—.MALE j
: Position by young man
of executive ability; experienced In
| salesmanship, collecting, -djustinents
and stock record work: references.
I Address Box K, 6930, care of Tele
graph.
i WANTED Young woman wants
, in restaurant or diningroom.
Inquire 623 Ross street, or Dial phone |
j 44 "'
WANTED—Boy would like job in;
, grocery store; has had previous ex- I
perience. Apply 1206 North Seventh i
street.
SITL A 1" IO N S WANTED—Ecniale '
i i
WANTED Young woman wishes!
• clerical work: has had previous ex
perience. Address Box S, 6943, care
of Telegraph.
WANTED Colored woman wants !
day's work. Apply 1170 South Cant-I
■ eron street.
WANTED Colored woman would
like day's work. Inquire 1427 North
fourth street.
WANTED Woman wishes wash
ing and ironing to do at home; can
furnish reference. Call at 305 Daisy
street.
WANTED Clerical work, by.
young woman, who has had there'
years' experience: best of references.;
Address Box E. 6940, care of Tele- ]
I graph.
; 1
WANTED Housework, by young
woman tor private family or wid
ower; good manager. Call Bell phone ;
2955.1.
WANTED Young widow, with
four-year-old boy, wishes position as
housekeeper; experienced: best of ref
c nee. Inquire 810 South Seven
teentii street. Bell 6S2R.
WANTED Young woman desires
clerical work; has had previous ex
perience. Address Box X, 6933, care
of Telegraph.
WANTED Plain sewing to do at
home. Children's sewing a specialty.
Inquire 1512 Hunter street, or call Bell
phone 1506 R.
WANTED—TO RENT
HOUSE WANTED Small family
wishes to rent house in city on or
Ijefore February 1. Must have mod
ern improvements. Reply to P. Hart
man, 100 Market street.
ROOMS FOR RENT
I FOR — One nicely-furnished
j front room, for one or two gentle
| men with clean work, at 1171 Mar
i ket street. Good location. Near a
! good boardinghouse.
!
I FOR RENT One large, pleasant,
i furnished front room, on second floor;
jail conveniences; ladies preferred, or
married couple. Inquire 927 Grand
j street.
1 TWO. THREE OR FOUR UNFUR
| NISHED ROOMS For light house
i keeping; all improvements. Call 1612
Chestnut.
! FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
j $2.50 per week and up; warm rooms,
i running hot and cold water; light
housekeeping and private bath. Wil
son Apartments. No. 143 South Third.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS For
light housekeeping; all conveniences;
steam heat. Call Bell phone 4684 M.
WILL RENT—A lovely front room,
! 3 large windows, steam heat, use of
J bath and phone; no other roomers;
• respectable gentleman only. D., 7115.
i care of Telegraph.
SINGLE OR ENSUITE LOOM.-
Electric lights, steam heat, bath, both
telephones. References. Inquire Bell
phone 624.
FOR RENT One large bedroom
| for gentlemen only. Rent reason
j able Apply 276 ru-iggs street.
TWO UNFURNISHED and one fur
nished rooms in best part of city;
steam heal and all modern con
veniences. Apply in person. #l6
North Sixteenth street.
WANTED—BOARD AND ROOMS
SINGLE GENTLEMAN Wishes a
comfortable room, or suite, with con
veniences and board, for three or
four months, beginning about Janu
ary 27, within short walking dis
tance of Post Office. State full par
ticulars. Highest references. F. c„
; Room 2008. Finance Bldg.. Philadel
phia.
APARTMENTS WANTED
FURNISHED APARTMENT WANT
ED 1 am desirous of locating a fur
nished apartment of about 3 rooms
with bath for light housekeeping i or
I myself and wife: must be centrally i o _
cated, excellent references can be fur
nished. Write fully, giving location
rent. etc. Address Box K, 7112. care
of Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE EOIt SALE
DESIRABLE PROPERTY On
Whitehall street for sale. Brick con
struction, eight rooms and bath, gas,
electric light, steam heat. Practically
new. Price will be made right. 2058
Whitehall street. Bell Realty Co..
j Bergner Building.
BRICK HOUSE With six rooms
j and bath, gas. electric light, steam
: heat, cement cellar, concrete porches.
Price right and terms easy. Bell
Realty Co.. Bergner Building.
GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY
Four brick houses each with 6
rooms and bath, all other improve
ments. Income from rent. $768 an
nually. Price. $6,600. Bell Realty Go.
Bergner Building.
FOR SALE If Interested in 12-
acre Truck Farm, in small town in
York county, call at once at 3 South
Fourth street for Information.
HOUSE FOR SALF. ON NINE?
TEENTH STREET Frame, fi rooms
and attic. Price. $1,200. Inquire at
116 Boas street.
t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE
No. 2008 N. Third St.
No. 815 James St.
No. 302 Cumberland St.
No. 306 Cumberland St.
No. 1704 Susquehanna St.
No. 22 Prospect St.
i No. 16 Prospect St.
No. 1911 Susquehanna St.
I No. 1912 N. Third SI.
! No. 1910 N. Third St.
I No. 1908 N. Third St.
< No. 410 Woodbine St.
• No. 408 Woodbine St.
! No. 1442 Thompson Ave.
; No. 1444 Thompson Ave.
No. 1809 N. Second St.
( No. 1902 Mulberry St.
! No, 1503 State St.
I No. 2008 N. Seventeenth St.
No. 2010 N. Seventeenth St.
No. 648 Peffer St.
i No. 232-Maclay St.
No. 1623 Swatara St.
I No. 66 N. Sixteenth St.
No. 433 Peffer St.
No. 1531 Green St.
No. 202 Hamilton St.
No. 2216 N. Fifth St.
No. 2162 N. Filth St.
No. 2150 N. Fifth St.
No. 2214 N. Fifth St.
No. 2206 N. Fifth St.
No. 2245 Atlas Ave.
No. 2242 Alias Ave.
No. 1917 I'ark St.
No. 1923 Park St.
| New House on l.enox Su
i „ GROUND
! Plot of ground on Jefferson St. Cor
: net of Columbia St.
Plot of ground on Wiconisco St.
j 012 ft. of ground on Mulbferry St..
east of 19th St.
226 tt. ot grdund on Bellevue Road,
between 19Ui and 20th Sis.
i 106 fi. of ground on North Sixth St.
Apply to
CLINTON M. HERSHEY,
14 South Second St.
DO YOU WANT A
NEW HOME.
Ready for occupancy on or
before April 1, 1919? Terms:
Small down payment, balance
as rent. If interested, call
BELL 2669W,
and make appointment to gee
agent.
FOR SALE Any person open to
buy a good, thriving, general store,
will do well to get in touch with
Wm. S. Poorman, Palmyra, Pa.
747 DUNKLE STREET Three
r story frame, porches. Price, $l,BOO.
Small payment down. Easy terms.
Apply D. A. Caley, 707 Kunkel Bldg.
Bell 589.
421 KELKER Three-story brick
corner property. $2,600. D. A. Caley!
707 Kunkel Bldg. Belt 689.
'j.
I 3- ACRE place near Steelton. with
• new bungalow on. Close to trolley
'line. Well and creek water. Fi ne
I truck and poultry farm. Cheap, if
sold at once.
C. 11. CORDJS R,
' 1722 Green St. Bell 660 J.
i FOR SALE Daroy residence, cor
ner of Pine apd Bulley streets, Steel-
I ton. Lot, 49x94 feet. All modern con
veniences. including spacious front
1 and side porches. Apply on the
j premises.
j SOUTH NINETEENTH STREET.
; NOS. 904-906-908 At u big bargain.
Good investment. Lehman & Kllnge
j man. 8 North Market Square.
I ~
FOR SALE
No. 1243 Swatara street.
343 Crescent —room for garage.
2352 N. Sixth—room for double gar
age.
Emerald street house—room for
double garage.
A. W. SWENGEL,
2131 North Second Street.
TWO AND THREE-STORY
BRICK HOUSES
I In all parts of the city. All
j improvements. Some with
storerooms. Corner properties.
Cheap. Small amount down,
j Pay us rent.
C. H. CORDER,
1722 Green St. Bell 560 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
part of the city and "suburbs. Apply
j A. P. Doranz. 1220 North Sixth Street.
; FOR SALE. IN THE CITY _ Two
' I new brick houses. All improvements,
' i porches, 8 rooms and bath. Possession
'i at once. Owner leaving city. Call
! | Dial 5081-
' ! FOR SALE —On easy terms. 2010
.! to 2018 Susquehanna street. Posses
' f-°5 North "sixth. -'-"ass.
"I—
_ TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE —All
II improvements; in city; front porch;
. bav window; nice y®rd to drive alley,
l $l6O down, balance as rent. Liberty
Bonds accepted.
( j. C. H. CORDER.
. ; 1722 Green Street. Bell 560J
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' Real Estate For Sale—Suburban
1 !
- I SUBURBAN HOME. PAXTANG
-I Vacant brick, with all improvements;
i I lot. about 30x130. Small payments.
■ID A. Caley, Kunkel Building. Bell
- | 589. — ——
- Real Esate for Sale or Exchange'
WANTED—TO RENT
We are having a number of appa
ll cations at thia time for furnished
-'houses, apartments and rooms. What
d do you have to offer? Address Mll
l let Brothers & Company, Locust and
Court atraata. i
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT J
FOR RENT—No. 2000 State street;
corner brick house with all improve
ments; store room and large gurage 1
Good poolroom location. Rent. $35.
'J. E. Glpple, 1251 Market street.
FOR RENT Two private garages,
rear 1607 Swstara street. Rent. $.>.00 i
each. J. E. Glpple. 12a! Market street I
REAL ESTATE—For Sule or Reut ]
HOUSES AND GARAGES— -At Fifth ! i
and Curtin Streets; possession ot some i
of the houses on thirty days' notice. I
Fred U. Miller, 31 North Second. Bull 1
phone 307 J.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
— —_ ' "
WANTED Party desires to lent'
modern house, about 8 rooms, between !
now and April, north una 15 minutes I
walk to Market Square. Best refer- '
ences. Address X., 72.„, care of Tele
; graph.
1 TWO TO 25 ACRES, near Harris
burg. with or without buildings. Ad
dress P.. 7199, care of Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We have some ready purchasers for
Improved Real Estate. Let us know
i what you have to offer.
LINCOLN REALTY CO
1129 North Seventh Stree't.
I HAVE BUYERS waiting for prop-i
erty in any section of tn e city, if!
cheap. What liute you to offer?*
CHAS. ADLER. 10(12 N. Third Street, j
unices ami Storerooms for Rent I
FOR RENT
j BOARD OF TRADE AUDITORIUM,
For meetings, conventions.
Banquets. Dances and parties.
Use of piano free. Kitchen
attached.
11. C. CLASTER, Jeweler,
302 Market Street.
! I
STOREROOM 1202 North Third!
] street; shelved ready for business 90 '
' feet in depth, skylight; fitted for any I
kind of business in best block; 3]
banks anil largest market. Call and
let me show you its advantages. J. I
| S. Sible, 256 Heir street.
MARKET ST. STORE
FOR RENT
Beautiful Daylight Store.
604 Market Street.
CHAS. ADLER,
1002 North Third Street.
I .
FARMS
3 A., good buildings $650
5 A., good buildings $750
II A. good buildings $750
15 A., good buildings ' $1,500
20 A., good buildings $2,500
20 A., good buildings $3,800
40 A., good buildings $l,BOO
42 A., good buildings $l,BOO
75 A., good buildings $2,200
102 A., good buildings $3,000
309 A., good buildings $3,700
150 A., good buildings $4,500
239 A., limestone $5,500
CALL 107 CHESTNUT ST.
FOR RENT The Greenawalt
Farm, 4 miles north of Harrisburg.
165 acres. Good opportunity. Inquire
A. S. Thompson. Chambersburg. or
Mauk & Hartman. Seventh and Kraer
aid. Bell Phone.
SMALL FARM FOR SALE Locat
ed within one car fare limit. Apply
A. P. Doranz. 1225 North Sixth street.
FOR SALE——MISCELLANEOUS
CANNED COAL
$8 85
J. B. MONTGOMERY
Just Phone.
FOR SALE ~ '|
Magazines for No. 1 Linotypes
A rare bargain for a plant with
a No. 1 machine.
Address
IHI T
Harrisburg, Pa.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
The Store across from Y. \v. c A
i offers you the Biggest and Best Bar
' gains in Men s and Boys' Suits, Over
! coats, Mackinaw Coats, Underwear
j Hats, Caps and Shues. We are luiii
! ous tor Low Prices. Give us a trial
OUTLET CLOTHING CO
23 North Fourth Street.'
DOG FOR SALE
Boston Bull. Toy size; weight, 15
poujids; color, brindle and white;'bat
ears; well bred, R„ 7001, care of
Telegraph.
FOR SALE Gas range. Inquire
1300 North Sixth, Third Floor.
I FOR SALE - 600 bushels of Y'ork
I County Potatoes, at 1336 North Sixtli
• street, close to Broad Street Market.
Good cooking 'Potatoes, $1.75 and
I $1.85, and Seed Potatoes at $1.85 and
$2.00. 10 bushel or more will deliver
on Tuesday and Friday of each week.
FOR SALE 20-liorse-power, up
right, high-pressure tubular boiler.
. Halifax Rubber Co., Halifax, Pa.
FOR SALE
English Bull Dog. 9 months old. Ad
dress P. J. Arndt, 116 East Main
street. Middletown, Pa.
FOlt SALE Haines Bros. Upright
Piano, In good condition. Will sell
cheap to quick buyer. Inquire 1319
Derry street.
FOR SALE 140 account Register,
in good condition. Inquire at 1718
North Third street.
FOR SALE Upright piuno. First
j class condition. Very little used.
I Cheap for quick sale. Albert L. Allen.
I 2220 North Second street.
! FOR SALE National Cash Keg
- ister. Registers a cents to $6.00. Uar
' gain to quick buyer. Dayton Cycle
Co., 912 North Third street.
FOR SALE One French Plate
' Pier GlasH, height 10 ft., width 3 ft.,
gold-leaf frame In fine condition.
Cost $200.00. Selling because ceiling
in present house Is too low to place
same. Phone 4292 J.
WOOL) FOR SALE—Billets or slabs,
stove length, $6.50 per load. Call Bell
1055 M.
FOR SALE New Brunswick Par
■ lor Pool Table, complete equipment.
Cheap on account of moving. Inquire
D. A. Starr, 527 Race street. City.
RAISE WHITE MICE during spare
time. I am making money, you can
do the same. Demand enormous.
Profits large. I furnish breeding stock
at 73 cents a pair. Inquire H. H. Mil
ler, 1543 Walnut street.
FOR SALE A large, mahogany
Rishell machine Plays all makes of
records, and a nice selection of music.
A party with reference can arrange
part cash, rest to suit buyer. Address
Box K, 7121, care of Telegraph.
FOII SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
CIGARS Direct from Fuctory.
Special limited -ffer. 50 Cigars, post
paid, $l. Club of six for 50 each, $5.
postpaid. W. F. Snail, Red Lion, Pa.
FOR SALE 200-11.-P. Automatic
Engine 25 K. W. belted generutor, di
rect current. F. It. Laverly. Bell
phone ISD7.
FOR SALE Gns Coffee. Peanut
or Corn Roaster; also 1-11.-P. D. C.
Motor, including shaft and belting.
Call at 3009 North Fourth atreet.
A SLIGHTLY USED PIANO FOR
SALE Fine tone and good condi
tion. Cheap to quick purchaser.
Dealers need not apply. Address 210
Soutii. Thirteenth street.
FOR SALE One hand-power!
freight elevator, one laundry dry
room, one 24-plate Static X-Ray ma
chine. Apply No. 1700 North Second
street.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying
new and second-hand furniture here
High prices paid for furniture. Morris
Sclimertz, 1030 Market. Bell 3971 R.
FOR SALE A number of slightly
used typewriters. Have been return
ed to us. Now is the time to get a
practically new machine at a rea
sonable price. Remington Typewriter
Co., 119-121 Walnut street.
FOR SALE One American Radl
uto r Coin puny 900-loot furnace, used
two years, practically new. Apply
Clias. S. 8011, Room 65. Union Trust !
Building.
TYPEWRITERS. BOUGHT Full!
CASH ALL MAKES RENT&L) I
EXCHANGED.
GEO. C. ill-Lot SON.
j 205 LOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE
ORPHEUM THEATER j
j BOTH PHONES
j FOR SALE one brand new elec- I
trie furnace blower for sale cheap
Apply 2006 North Sixth street, or Beii i
phone 4667.
SIMON MICHLOVITZ offers for sale
the machinery and contents of the
Pennsylvania Reduction Company of
| Harrisburg. Pennsylvania, which he
i bought soine time ago. ir anybody
| is interested Li any of the material in
; or about said plant to apply at his :
| office, Paxton street and Pennsyivaniu
| R. R_ Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
j HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID for
I Second-hand Furniture. Prompt at
tention. Newmark & Cown. 308 Broad
Street. Dial phone 4826.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
kinds of Junk. Get our prices before
selling. Call Bell phone 936, or drop
us a postal and our wagon will call
Keystone . ron & Metal Co., Broad and
Currant streets.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all i
kinds of empty barrels and junk. Call
Bell phone 4275. B Abrams & Son. 1
824-832 North Seventh street.

MAX SSIELTZ
Second-hand furniture bought and
eold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
Bell 1381 or Dial 5847. or drop a pos
tal to Max Smeltz, 1016 Market street.
Will call, city or country.
WANTED
Second-hand motors. Small
size preferred.
Apply
FEDERAL MACHINE SHOP,
Cranberry St., near Second.
Harrisburg. Pa.
U COHEN & COMPANY, York and
Ash Avenues. Highest prices paid for
rags, paper. Iron, barrels, rubber and
metal and old machines. Send postal
or call 3221 W Bell and Dial 6225.
ELECTRICIANS
Will find an opportunity in the
sale of profitable News Agency in
thriving suburban town.
Influenze has deprived the town
of its only electrician. No Elec
trical Supply Store In town.
I Start a business here. The
Newspaper Agency will get you
I acquainted with the people.
BOX R. 7474,
Care of Telegraph.
Money to Loan
WE LEND MONEY in compliance
with Act of June 17. 1915. 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
If >ud are pressed for ready
cash to meet any emergency,
call to see us. We lend money
in compliance with the laws
of the State.
EMPLOYES' LOAN SOCIETY.
ROOM 206 BERQNER BLDG..
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
LICENSED AND BONDED BY STATE.
M usical
FOR SALE A large mahogany
cabinet Vlctrola, in first-class condi
tion. Also 42 pieces of music. Good
as new. Cheap to quick buyer. Ad
• dress Box H. 7120. care of Tclegruph.
j VIOLINS. MANDOLINS. GUITARS,
BANJOS. Band nnd Orchestra lnstru
' ments promtpiy and carefully repalr
'jed. OYLER'S, 14 South Fourth street
j TALKING MACHINES promptly and
I carefully repaiiud by an expert only
j OYLER'S. 14 Sooth Fourth street
IF your Talking Machine needs re
' pans. Just call Bell i hone 3242 J. An
1 I expert will he at your service ut once.
; Or bring machine to 1213 Nortli Third
: street
i BUSINESS PERSONALS
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
• Estimates, .lobbing. First-class
• work. 11. W. Hummer, 1423 Liberty
1 street. City. Bell 4420.
UPHOLSTERING Of the best
kind. Work guaranteed'. Wecailanl
■ i deliver. 3CS Broad street. Dial phone
• 4826.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
single edge, 25c doz: double edge. 350
doz: razors. 25c. Gorgas Drug Store.
DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. U.
■ Caplan Co.. 206 Market street
QUININE —Look out for that grippe
' feeling, likely to catch you this
i changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE
1 PHOSPHO-QI'ININF. will stave it off
If tnken In tlrr.. Gross Drug Store.
. 115 Market street
BETTER SITUATIONS WANTE|
This column has two objects: first, to help men nnd women wliH
now employed to secure better positions; second, to put employers in
touch with un ambitious class of workers.
CHIEF CLERKSHIP OR ASSIST
ANT MANAGER By young man
with executive ability to handle and
keep up organization; statistician; two
years' experience glong this line, four
years other work, which includes
stenography and typewriting, collec
tions, express business, payrolls, and
government work. High and business
BUSINESS OFI'ORTUNITII
WANTED A manager, at !
a week, to purchase controlllni
to3>'t in u live, established but
in llarrisburg, which is paying
lb per cent, on $12,000 Invent
Our books ure open to any re
business man. Address l)„ 6912,
of Telegraph.
FOR BADE Small barber
near llarrisburg. Inquire of
Render Barber Supply House, 26 i
Third.
FOR SALE General store
thriving community. Good,
stork and lixturee. Elegant opp
nlty. Jonas K. Heist, 001 North J
strei t, Steelton, I'a.
HAVE five to six thousand d<
to invest in a good, clean, legit
business, with position. Addrei
cure of llarrisburg Telegraph.
FOR SALE Fruit, confeeth
und cigur store. Reasonable
Rousting coffee und peanut mat
Good scales. Inquire at £ll M
street.
HAULING AND MOVING
AUTO HAULING Anything,
where, furniture moving. Gail
1591 W.
HEAVY HAULING —Fully equ
for furniture, freight and piano
ing. No distance too far. Ca
i driver. Rain and dustproot bod
jE. Grubber s Truck Service,
I Aungst, manager, llershey, Pa.
| phone 15116.
I LOCAL AND LONG-DIBTJ
I HAULING —Furniture moving. Pr
I service. Ernest Corbin, 656 C
, street. Both phones. Bell 2636 J.
| 3693.
I HICKS —Local and long-dis
: balding. 424 Reily. Both phonei
j AUTO HAULING—LocaI or
; distance. Furniture and piano mi
a specialty. Blue Line Transfer
Capital street. Both phones.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE—Loca
long distance. F. J. Harter, Bell
Steelton.
AUTO HAULING—LocaI and
distance. Furniture moving a
icialty. Rates reasonable. Pr
i service. Call Bell 623 J.
j LOCAL AND LONG - DIST7
HAULING Prompt service. A
! Motor Express. 917 Capital S
1 Bell phone 1635 J.
ALL KINDS OF HAUL
AND MOVING DONE
CONRAD BROS., 341 KELKER
BELL PHONE 623 W.
DIAL PHONE 3518.
"GENERAL HAULING AND
EXPRESS SERVICE to nearby t
with auto trucks. Only experb
and careful drivers. Call Bell
or Dial 2265.
WHERE TO DINE
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAUR
THE HOME OF SATISFACTR
STOUFFER'S RESTAURANT—]
cooking served to Businessmen
[ Ladies In separate diningrooms.
storage
STORAGE —119 Broad street, h
hold goods, merchandise. Pr
rooms at reasonable rates. Also
Ing of all kinds. D. Cooper j
Both phones.
STORAGE —In brick building,
408 Market. Household goods In <
private rooms. Reasonable rate
G. D'iener, 408 Market street
STORAGE Private rooms
household goods in fireproof v
house. $3 per month and up. I
storage rates In non-fireproof t
house. Harrisburg Storage Co,
445 South Second street
UNDERTAKERS
SAMUEL & FACKLER.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
1312 Derry St
BELT. 1956. DIAL 21
RUDOLPH K. SPICER.
Funeral Director and Embalm
511 North Second Street
BELL 252. DIAL 21
CEMETERY LOTS FOR SAJ
PROSPECT HILL CEMETEB
Beautifully situated on Market i
east of Twenty-sixth, and on
! nort.i and east faces the new i
way. The prices of lots are modi
Miller Bros, ft Co.. Agents.
Cleaners and Dyers
IT PAYS to have Clothes Cle,
I Pressed. Dyed or Repaired at the
I place In town. Call and de
| Goodman's. 1306 44 North Sixth.
I Phones.
AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE
1917 Reo. 5-passenger.
1918 Dodge. 5-passenger.
SIBLE'S GARAGE,
301 Cumberland Street
i ONE NEW CONESTOGA TRU
I Covered body; 1,000 lbs. capacl
bargain. Inquire of Philade
i Quick Lunch.
I FOR SALE Three-passengei
' Roadstei. Fine engine. Good c
tion In every way. Bargain for
sale. Albert L. Allen, 206 W
street.
FOR SALE - Dort Roadster,
eauipped with self-starter, el
lights, new tires. Car in first
condition. Inquire Real Estate (
34 South Third street.
WM. PENN GARAGE
304-6 Muench street Limousine
funeral, parti" and bai! ca
drivers; open day and light
4564.
KEYSTONE AUTO TOP C<
All sorts of auto top and cu
work done by experts; also r
work. Reasonable rates. 72-78 .
1 Cameron Street
BELL DEMONSTRATOR, 19
$850.00. A genuine bargain, and
nteed for one year. Camp 11111
age? Ray Deardorff. Proprietor.
EXPERT FACTORY REPAIRI
Packard, Plerce-Arrow. Ove:
Hudson and chandler. Only
1 gradework solicited. Model car
trucks built to order. Camp
Garage. Ray Deardorff. Proprleti
Additional Classified A
on Opposite Page
school education. References
ed. Address 1... 7117. care of Hp
graph.
MKCH A NIC AI, SHOP
TENDENT 14 years'
seeks greater opportunities in
machine or tool work. Age 30.
rled. A 1 references. Address
7114. care of Telegraph,

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