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GAIIRIiTT Mrs. Rosanna Garrett,
wife of the late Peter Garrett, for
merly of Lebanon, died Saturday
morning at the home of her daugh
ter. Mrs. Isaac Boyer, 1948 Parlt
street, aged 83 years.
Funeral services Tuesday evening,
at 8:30 o'clock, at her late resi
dence. Kemains will be taken to
J.ebanon Wednesday morning, at
10:30 o'clock, where interment will
be made.
IiITTS Russel M. ttitts died Thurs
day night, April 10. at 11:&r o'clock,
at the home of his mother, il.i
Dunkel street, aged 37 years, o |
months, 4 weeks and 3 days.
He is survived hy his mother, Mrs.
Susan ltilts, and the following!
brothers and sisters: Wilbird S. ,
Ititts, of city; Howard G. Hitts.llum
nielstown. Pa.: Koy E. Ititls, of
city; Mrs. Alice Morris, of l'lnolu,
Pa., and Mrs. Cora Sellers and Mrs.
Vineta Lambert, of city, and Mrs.
Goldie Beck, of Washington, D. C.
Kunc-ral services will be held on
Monday. April 14, at 3 P. M„ at the
home of his mother. Relations and
friends are invited to attend with
out further notice. Interment Last
Harrisburg Cemetery.
Sill IdV William R. Shuey died
April 11, 1919, at his home, 2b6
Cumberland street, aged 73 years.
Kuneral services will lie held at the
above address Monday afternoon, at
3:30 o'clock, to which relatives and |
1 rii nds are invited without further ;
notice. Burial private, Harrisburg ■.
Cemetery. !
Wldl.lildK Maria A. Welkor died '
Thursday, April 10, 1919, at 12:J> j
nouu. at 5137 Fa 1 son street, I'hila- j
delphia. In her 83rd year.
Kuneral services will he held on 1
Monday, April 13, at 3 P. M. I
meiit in Kern wood Cemetery. Kola- j
lives and friends invited to attend
without further notice. J
WR IGHT April 11. 1919. Harry I
Wright, nged 7o years.
Funeral services Monday afternoon, •
at 3 o'clock, at his late residence'
1530 I'l nil street. Interment East |
lln rnshurg Cemetery. Relatives |
and friends invited to attend with- i
out further notice.
CARD OK THANKS
— !
THE family of the late Jeremiah!
Dotiglus, 1606 Perry street, wishes to j
tbank the Kiks, Woodmen of America,]
I'.agios and the Employes of the Open;
Hearth Ueparament, of Central Irani
end Steel Co., and friends and neigh- ;
1 ors for the kindness shown them
during illness and death; also for
the Moral tributes sent.
IX MFMOIUAM
IN memory of our dear one, A. M. >
I'ctrow. who leit us three years ago,.
Mini 13, 1916.
No mortal eye hath seen j
I'll glories of that land beyond
that river, „ .
Its crystal lakes, its Molds ot living!
green,
Its fadeless Mowers, and the un-:
changing sheen,
A round the throne forever.
Wife and daughter,
ANN IK FETiiUM, i
MAt 1(11 K CURRAN. |
IN ai d and loving remembrance of!
my dear daughter, Klsle Viola Bishop,.
\i ho <:• parted tills life four years ago !
to-day, April 12, 1915.
Pear daughter, when the Mowers,
lip urn
And the trees in beauty wave,
I will gather n pretty bunch
And lay them on your grave.
■MUTHKR AND AUNT.
IN MKMORIAM In sad, but lov
ing reini mbrance of my dear nephew,
Henri Ward Hiu kenstoe, who died
April* 12. 1918, three years ago to-day.
Sadlv missed.
His aunt, .
MRS. M. R. BOLTON. |
lAIST AND l'Ol'NH j
~ LOST Roll, containing $37.58, |
le-tween Adams Express and ,
North street, and Second and front. [
l indei please return to American ;
Railway Express, at Fourth and ;
i hestnut, or deliver to P. J. Al- ]
bright. 1195 Christian.
LOST Wristwateh. Monogram on :
back. Reward if returned to 220 Lo
cust. I
LOST Signet ring, with raised j
letters, initials M. K., either in Ma- I
jestic Theater or between theater and !
Rose's. Return to 120 Boas street. j
W Itl STWATCII Lady's small.,
gold wristwateh. with bracelet at-j
tached, lost; open-face, with large (
B" on back: lost between Seven-,
teenth and Perry and Fifteenth and |
Swatura streets. Liberal reward if
returned to if. G. Kendall, 314 South,
Seventeenth street.
— —— I
INSTRUCTIONS |
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION ill Gregg j
Shorthand. Typewriting, English, ,
Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Arithme
tic, etc. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
OPEN ALL YEAR. Enter any time. !
Bell 125, Dial 4016.
BERKLEYS BUSINESS COLLEGE |
121 Market St. Cbas. R. Beekley j
— |
HELD WANTED—MALE
WE HAVE
SEVERAL VACANCIES
for young men, preferably 20
to 23 years of age, of a me
chanical turn of mind, in our j
organisation. Out-of-town
employment High School
education desirable. Previ
ous experience unnecessary,
but we want only men who
seriously want to lay the
foundation for a permanent
and interesting connection
with unlimited possibilities. ]
Ample compensation while
learning. State your age and
education in your first letter.
BOX F, 8420,
Care of Telegraph.
WANTED
Experienced man to drive a
2-ton Auto-Car coal truck.
Do not answer this advertise
ment unless you have operat
ed a heavy truck. Apply
UNITED ICE AND COAL CO.,
I'orster and Cowden Sts.
WANTED —Canvassers on a news
paper premium proposition: salary,
experience; commission. Apply 7 to
9 P. M. O. B. Bishop. Hers hey Hotel,
City.
For Sale
No. 627 and 629 Maclay St.
Pair, 2bj-story frame houses,
each contains 7 rooms, bath and
pantry; front and back porches;
all improvements. Each lot Is 20x
135 feet, with a 20 ft. si|. garage
on the rear, and a 16 ft. paved
drive attey.
Price $3200 each j
Miller Brothers & Co.
Ileal Estate
Insurance Surety Itonds
l.ocual and Court Streets
Members Hbg. Real Estate Hoard
SATURDAY EVENING,
HULL* WANTED—MALE |
!
FACTORY WORK
We need a large number of
unskilled men for production
work in the rubber industry.
Ages 18 to 45. Opportunities
to learn trade. $3.00 per day
while learning, after which
you are able to earn $4.00 to
$6.00 per day and better. No
previous experience ncces
| enry.
We will assist you In secur
ing board and rooms or
houses at lowest rates. Physi
cal examination of heart, eyes
and for hernia required.
Apply In person, or commu
nicate with Factory Employ
ment Oflice.
THE GOODYEAR
TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY,
AKRON, OHIO.
j
WANTED—Barber. Bowers' Bar
j her Shop, Third and Market. Bell
I phone 3516-J.
j WANTED—At once. Good black-
I smith helper. Must have experience.
Apply C. A. Fair Carriage and Auto
I Works. East. Lnd Mulberry street
] bridge.
! WANTED Delivery boy in Job
; Printing Department. Second Floor,
i The Telegraph Printing Co., Harris
burg, Pa.
CIVIL SERVICE IN ONE WEEK, $4
! Prepare for railway mail and other
i Government positions quickly. Com
iplete, $!. No extras. Write for par
ticulars. Federal Service Institute,
Washington, D. C.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED For
! business oflice. Must lie experienced
jand competent. Addle.. .... 8421. care
' of Telegraph.
| WANTED Woodsmen for cutting
i timber and peeling bark, one mile
east of Kockville on first mountain.
! call or address Samuel Wittenmyer,
I Harrisburg, Pa. j
i SHOES Experienced inseamerj
mi ladic' high-grade welts, "'/j cents;
i per pair. Good, steady job and j
I plontv of work. Smalts Goodwin Co.,
315 North Twelfth street, Philadel
phia, Pa.
! MEN Age 17 to 55. Experience
.'unnecessary. Travel; make secret in
] vestigations, reports. Salaries; ex
penses. American Foreign DetectHe
j Agency, 603, St. Louis.
BARBEIi WANTED. IMM'EDI- j
ATKLY or someone familiar with!
| barber trade, to lake orders among]
I I arlier shops for massage, cold and]
j vanishing creams, talcum powder,
shampoo preparations, etc. Big op-
Iportunity for hustler. Apply al once.]
] Arthur N. Christy & Co., Newark, New
I York State.
! I
j WANTED Experienced night
porter. Good wages. Apply Alva
Restaurant, 19 South Fourth street, j
WANTED Men to learn to re- ]
pair automobiles and aeroplanes. Full
course, $5O. Call, or write, 25 North,
Cameron street, or Training Quarters, j
260 South Front street, Steelton, Pa. ;
SALESMAN Good, live man with!
car, to sell truck tires and oil on com- ]
mission. Dial 3312. I
HELP WANTED—FEMALE ;
| ;
WANTED
! EXPERIENCED OPERATORS
We are wanting Sewing
Machine Operators, positions
arc permanent, regular work,
and good wages, together
with a bonus every pay day.
Old operators are welcome
to return to work again.
FOLDERS
We are also wanting girls
for our Folding Department.
Must be over 16 years of
age. Good wages are paid in
this Department, together
| with a bonus every pay day.
j BLOUGH MAN EG. CO.. Inc.,
Reily and Eulton Sts.
WANTED
Experienced weavers and !
| learners. Apply
I HARRISBURG SILK MILL.
North and Second Streets,
| Harrisburg, Pa.
| WANTED—Canvassers on a news- i
I paper premium proposition; salary,
I experience, commission. Apply 7 to
! 9P.M.G. B. Bishop, Herslluy Hotel,
j City.
i WHITE PHOTOPLAYS $25-$3OO
ipaid anyone for suitable ideas. Ex-
I perience unnecessary; complete out
| line Free. Write Producers' League,
j 248, St. Louis.
LADIES Lam SBU from the pro
] ducts of 16 flowering plants, which
you eat. grow in your yard. Answer
I to-day, if interested. Botanical, 4,
West Haven, Conn.
| WANTED Protestant soprano
! soloist for Easter morning and
I Easter evening. Address L., 4210,
care of Telegraph.
WANTED 5 bright, capable
women to travel, demonstrate and
sell dealers. $25.00 to $50.00 per
week. Railroad fare paid. Write
at once. Goodrich Drug Co., Dept.
720, Omaha, Nebr.
PEACE WORIC AT WAR PAY
Knit urgently needed socks for us on
Auto Knitters Experience unneces
sary. Full particulars, 3c stamp.
Department 146, Auto Knitter Co., 821
Jefferson street, Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTED Two white girls, cook
and an:ml maid; private family in
house with all modern conveniences.
No washing. Maids' bathroom. Cook
ing entirely with gas. Good wages.
Reply to Box L, 7447, care of Tele
' graph,
WANTED Good stenographer.
Write, giving education and experi
ence, to Box E„ 7448, care of Tele
graph.
WANTED —■ Experienced woman
I for downstairs work, including cook
ling and ironing. Apply 2133 North
j Second.
I WANTED—Bookkeeper and stenog
rapher for factory office. Thorough
ly experienced, efficient and well
I educated young woman. Salary, $2O
to $25 per week. Apply Belgrade
Knitting Mill. Twelfth and Bridge
streets. New Cumberland, Pa.
WANTED A girl for general
housework. Small family. No wash
ing or ironing. Apply 1819 North Sec
ond street. j
I HELP WANTED—FEMALE
I WANTED Dishwasher. Good
I wages. Apply Alva Restaurant, 19
I South Fourth street.
] WANTED A young, white woman
iof good character, as child's nurse.
Must be able to sew. Address Box L, I
7440, earo of Telegraph.
WANTED —• Eyeleter, experienced
operator on a Peerless eyelet machine.
Apply Harrisburg Shoe Mfg. Co.
WANTED —-Experienced salesladies
for Shirtwaists, Muslin Underwear,
Petticoats. Only those who are th jr
oughly experienced need apply. Kauf
man's Underselling Store.
WANTED A child's nurse, with
reference. Apply 5 South Front street.
LADIES Do you want to make
$5 daily. I will help you. Every wom
an needs one. Send 250 for sample.
Money refunded if nut satisfactory.
Box 275. Millersburg, Pa.
WANTED A white woman for
general housework in small family.
No washing. Address 422 Spruce I
street, Steelton, Pa.
HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female j
RAILWAY MAIL CLERK examina
tion coming soon. Men 16 to 40 pre
pare for it and other government
"exams" under our expert, former
Government Examiner. Thousands of
men and women. 16 to 60, needed in
Reconstruction Period ahead. Write
to-day for free booklet "MC." Pat
terson Civil Service School, Rochester,
] N. Y.
! MEN AND WOMEN To raise
Belgian llares. Enormous prolits.
We furnish you three does and buck,
j thoroughbred stock, for ten dollars,
| free instructions, and buy-back guar
antee. Have shipped from o_ur Dun
| cannon Babbitry same day order is
received. Snyder-Gordon Co., Box
1568, Harrisburg, Pa.
i WANTED. IMMEDIATELY Men
] women, 18 or over. Hundreds Gov-'
eminent Jobs, now obtainable. $1,009- <
1,100 first year. Quick raise. Com-;
men education sufficient. List posi-1
tinns free. Write Franklin Insti- I
tutc. Dept. 413-0, Rochester, N. Y. j
MFN-WOMEN Raise Belgian I
Harts for us. We pay you $7 pair!
and expressage. Free Illustrated]
booklet and contract. United Food!
A. >''ur Association, 329 West Forty
; eighth street, Dept. C, New York.
$2.50 PER DAY paid one man or!
woman in each town to distribute free |
circulars for concentrated flavoring]
in tubes. Permanent position. F. K.
Barr & Co., Chicago.
SALESMEN W ANTED
j !
] SIDE LINE! Salesmen—Learn how
; Miller is making more on his side- ]
j line specialty than on his main line.
Sales-talk and pocket samples free. |
Responsible house. Quick action, j
Eriekson Incorporated. Des Moines,
1c wa.
WANTED, GROCERY SALESMAN
—For money-making side-line. Ex
elusive patented necessity. Carry j
| sample in pocket. Or wide-awaltc
man with sales ability. Live eonnee- |
lion. Whole or part time. Write J. j
I'. Snyder, Reading Heights, Reading,;
] Pa.
! SADi.'sMEN Now Carburetor for!
! Ford Cars, simple, not a moving part,
Installed in "6 minutes, guaranteed to!
: double your mileage and start in zero]
] weather without heating or priming.:
15-day FREE trial. Our St. Louis]
I man sold 1,100 in 6 months. Salt Lake;
City man made $1.20(1.00 in one week.
I Write !'. A- J. Carburetor Co., 505 j
[\\ . Jackson Blvd., Chicago.
AGENTS WANTED
J AGENTS Quick seller. Big
profits. California Itosebeads coining
I money for hustlers. New stuff. Tre
jinendous demand. Catalog Free. Mis
-1 sion Bead Co., 1427, lrola, Los An-1
] geles, Cal. I
| $5OO PER MONTH selling a new I
I Patented Fuel Vaporizer guaranteed
jto save up to 50 per cent, in gasoline;]
; 10 miles per gallon made with Ford |
ear. Sold on money-back guarantee.;
lone sample free. Stransky Vaporizer
ICo., Pukwana, South Dakota. |
i $20.00 DAILY distributing by new]
plan, new Prise Picture, "Soldier's Re-,
I turn," "News From Home." "My
' Daddy," "Human Liberty Bell," "Free-]
Idom," Honor Rolls and 60 others.!
] Enormous demand. Samples free. ]
Also important portrait catalog. Con- 1
solidated Portrait Co.. 1034 West!
] Adams street, Chicago.
i AGENTS Big Pay and Free Auto- 1
mobile introducing wonderful new;
1 gasoline saver, punctureproof, five-]
year spark plugs and other econorai- I
eul auto necessities. Outfit free. F.
Ballwey, G32, Station F, Louisville,
Ky.
i WE have several unassigned terri
] lories in this state for the distrlbu
i tion of our original history of the
I "WORLD'S WAR" down-to-date—'he
largest and best illustrated book ever
jsold for the money. Clears upward of!
! $20.00 per day for salesmen. Sells at j
] sight—acl quick. National Manufaj
I Hirers' Syndicate, Hartford 31dg.,
] Chicago, ill. j
j 500 PER CENT. PROFIT Agents ]
! "learing hundreds weekly. New
; Washing Compound. Wonderful
! seller. Big repeater. Nature's Might-]
iest Cleanser. Send for proof. Free
; sample. Mitchell, B. L, 1314, East
i Sixty-first street, Chicago.
! "HOW TO START IN BUSINESS
i FOR YOURSELF" —Is a little book
sent free by a large hosiery manufae-
Iturer soiling its entire output
I through special representatives direct
to. the wearers. It shows you how to
build "for keeps" and how to make
I up to $2,500 a year as some are doing.
Write for it to-day. Clows Knit
j Hosiery Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
I AGENTS We pay you $3.00 an
| hour to sell made-to-measure Liberty,
i Storm Coats, the best combination
j top coat and raincoat in the country,
fan be worn in fair as well as stormy
weather. Liberal commissions In ad
vance. No deliveries or collecting.
! Sample Coat and outfit free. Write
to-day. The Liberty Raincoat Co.,
j Dayton. Ohio.
; LARGE MANUFACTURER wants
] representatives to sell shirts, under
j wear, hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts,
] direct to homes. Write for free
j samples. Madison Mills, 503 Broad-
I way. New York City.
I
| SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
i WANTED Experienced young
man desires clerical or stenographic
position; good reference. Address
] Box L, 7449, care of Telegraph.
| WANTED Situation collecting, or
Iwoik on bread wagon, Al reference
] from last employer, or work of any
kind, by u married man; sober and re
liable. Call Bell phone 3931 R.
WANTED Young, married man
desires a position as shoe salesman;
experienced In buying and selling
ladies' and children's wear; can fur
nish reference. Address C. N. K„ 71J
N. West street, Carlisle, Pa.
WANTED A young man, 20,
graduate of High school, wishes work
of any kind—in a private office pre
ferred. Address Box C, 7450, care cf
Telegraph.
WANTED Boy 17 ytpars old,
would like to work on a farm near
the city. Address Lester P. Nichoi.
Central Y. M. <'. A., Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED Young man desires po
sition with auto firm as iemonstrator;
lias had eight years' experience; best
references. Address Box L, 7414, care
i of Telegraph.
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
1 1
1 i
18 PUT YOUR REAL ESTATE OUT gg
m IN THE LlGHT—tell about it in the m
ky classified columns. Don't skimp the praj
telling. Give the facts frankly, interest- .
ingly, informingly—absolutely with- ids
|Y| out false coloring. People arc attract
fek) cd hy candor. Indirectness, vaugc- yJ
18 ncss, camouflage—these serve no good ffl
118 purpose in advertising. You can sell
By your property to advantage hy jm
ffi straight-out advertising. Ms
ffl n
i: * 1
SITUATIONS WANTED—MAI.E
WANTED Position as chauffeur;
fourteen years experience; cither
truck or private; truck preferred.
Address Is., 7152, care of Telegraph.
J WANTED Position as chauffeur |
I by young man; can do own repairing.
Call Pell phone 659 R.
I WANTED Boy, 15 years of ago,
wants work on a farm near Harris
burg, Pa.; reference. 1419 North i
|.Sixth.
I CEDDARS AND YARDS white-'
washed. Anyone desiring white- i
washing of any kind send postal, or
apply to Edward Miller, 1411 Marion i
i street.

| WANTED A man wishes posi
| tion painting tin roofs, or job work.
Call, or address, A. M. Meyers, 621.
I Mueneh street.
; SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe
j WANTED—Young colored woman
j wants housework for mornings. Call
| Dial 9217 this evening.
j WANTED Colored woman wants
cooking or housework. Address B>x
|l>, 7410, care of Telegraph.
I W ANTED Colored woman desires
; housecleaning or washing and ironing
;by the day. Apply 1217 Wallace
street.
| WANTED School teacher would
I like a position as secretary and cont
| panion to old lady; can drive a car.
j Address T., 7514, care of Telegraph.
I WANTED Colored woman wants
j housework, or dishwashing. Call, or
address. 1526 Vernon street.
i WANTED Stenographer, experi
jenced knowledge of bookkeeping, do
sires position; best of references. Ad-
I aress Box D. 1281, care of Telegraph.
I SECRETARIAL* POSITION By
I young lady stenographer; eight years'
i experience, mostly legal. Unless you
; have a permanent position to offer,
with a first-class salary, do not
; answer. Bell phone 842 or 726.
j WANTED Oeneral housework by
| colored woman. Inquire 1320 North
front street. City.
—— i
ROOMS FOR KENT
TWO pleasant furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; reasonable,
j Phone 807-M.
I COR RJJNT 5-roomcd, up-to
date, completely-furnished apartment,
j second ill or, 1209 North Third. SSU to
| right party. Bell 220 J.
j FOR RENT Furnished rooms;
centrally located; all conveniences;
I gentlemen only; use of phone. Inquire
| 107 South Second street. Bell 3348.
j FOR RENT Barge, furnished
(third floor front room; all conveni
ences; use of phone; gentlemen pre-
I ferrod. Call Bell 121SM.
; FOR RENT Two furnished
' rooms, for light housekeeping; hot
land coin water; steam heat. Inquire
j 30 North Fifth street.
i FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms on second tioor, for light
: housekeeping; use of bath, electric
! wash machine, light and heat. In
] quire 1821 Market street. ,
FOR RENT Combination of sit
tingroom and bedroom, with or with
out light housekeeping privileges;
I use of Bell phone. Inquire 1601 Green
I street.
I FOR RENT Two unfurnished
! rooms, for light housekeeping. Call
I Bell phone 2t'6oM.
j FOR RENT Front room, second
(lour; all conveniences; private fam
ily; privilege of eating breakfast;
| reasonable. Bell 3842 M. Call 2t
(North Eighteenth street.
J FOR RENT Furnished room, and |
'board, third lloor front, in private
family; all conveniences. Inquire 14;
South Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
single or en suite; lirst-class in every
way; ten. minutes' walk to Square.
Call Bell phone 624, or Dial 4957.
FOR RENT Large, unfurnished
livingroom, first floor front, suitable
for suite of rooms, modern conveni
ences. Inquire Dayton Cycle Co., 912
North Third street. Dial 1990.
FOR RENT Two rooms, one fur
nished, other unfurnished, in private
ilamllv; ladies preferred; Green, near
Fcffer stieet. Address Box G, 7063,
care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Furnished room in
apartment; all conveniences. Apply
L, 74 12, care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT —Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; steam heat;
all conveniences; no children; second
floor. Apply 1814 Green street
FOR KENT Furnished rooms,
$2 50 per week and up; warm rooms;
I running hot and cold water; light
■ housekeeping and private bath. Wil
son Apartments. 143 South Third.
ItOOMS WANTED
WANTED Several comfortably
furnished rooms and bath, centrally
located, desired by two gentlemen.
References exchanged. Address Box
L, 7451, care of Telegraph.
WANTED —BOARD AND ROOMS
WANTED Room and board in
country, within 25 miles of Harris
burg, for woman and child, from April
25 to October 1. Address 8., 7454,
care of Telegraph.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Three rooms, second
Door, unfurnished; use of bath. 911
North Sixth stieet.
FOR RENT 3-roorfi apartment,
private bath, all conveniences. Price.
$lB.OO. Only desirable people, with
• reference, need apply. No children.
Applv 324 nelly street. Bell phone
1061 M.
FOR RENT Apartment a t Xloi
North Sixth street, four rooms and
bath. for light housekeeping; all
modem conveniences. Apply Louis,
• 414 North Third street
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two rooms and bath,
suitable for office or apartment, rear
first floor. 132 Walnut street. Apply
to Commonwealth Trust Company.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
"IF IT'S REAL ESTATE.
SEE SANDERLIN."
STOP PAYING RENT
| MOVE AT ONCE.
j Wiconisco St., 625 Vacant; three
story brick; eight rooms and bath; all
. improvements; front porch; driveway
in the rear; same as rent.
Mahantongo St., GlB Thrcc-story
brick; eight rooms and bath; all im
provements; front porch; same as
rent.
Fulton St., 1937 Vacant; new;
two-story brick cottage; all modern!
improvements; this home is in a class!
by itself; same as rent.
Fulton St., 1627 Vacant; corner
property; two-story frame; six rooms;
water and gas; in fair condition;
same as rent-
S. Sixteenth St., 542 Vacant; two- |
story trick; seven rooms; all modern]
improvements; a dandy little home;'
same as rent.
I
Perry St., 2337 New; finished ill
a few days; nine rooms; brick; hard
wood floor; steam heat; fireplace; ;he j
last word in a home; terms to suit. ;
Derry St., 2107 New; finished in]
n few days; two-story brick; six (
rooms and hath: steam heat; hard-;
Wood floors; sun parlor; one-half of a
pair; very desirable home; terms to |
suit.
D. ASA SANDERLIN.
ROOM 1. SECURITY TRUST BLDG.. i
36 NORTH THIRD ST.
BELL 1390. DIAL 3573.
I
t 1
CALDER ST., 270 Two fra.ne!
dwellings on lot 62x69. Fine apart- |
mont house site. Price right fori
, quick buyer. G. W. Kelir, 204 Chest- I
nut street.
LOT FOR SALE Hudson street, j
Cleverly Heights. A bargain to quick:
buyer. C. Copman, 19 North Fif
teenth street. City. I
RESIDENCE FOR SALE
1008 North Second Street,
3-story brick, 9 rooms and
hath. Lot, 24x125 to wide al- I
ley in rear. Room for two
garages. Owner requires
smaller house, only reason for |
selling. Quick purchaser can ;
* secure a bargain. Immediate
possession.
For particulars address
BOX O, 7433,
Care of Telegraph,
Or on the premises after 5
o'clock.
I
VACANT, POSSESSION AT ONCE
2-story brick, 6 rooms, all imp.,
porches.
2'/i-story brick, 7 rooms, all impr.,
porches.
3-story brick, 9 rooms, all impr.,
Porches.
These houses are all on the Hill, in
good repair; drive alley; room for.
gaiage. Small amount down. Pay as
rent.
C. H. CORDER, 1722 Green Street.
Bell 560 J. Rents Collected.
FOR SALE
'! Two-story brick house on
Wiconisco street. All Im
provements. Garage and
workshop on rear.
GRACE Mac WILLIAMS,
, Bell 4028,
J 2217 North Fifth.
FOR SALE 427-429 Maclay !
street, facing Fifth street. Nice lo
cation. J. K. Kipp. 1721 North Second.;
Bell phone 1645 R.
; BUY YOUR HOME on our rental
pavmcnt plan. Small cash or Liberty
' Bond first payment required, balance
as rent. We have houses in every I
' j U urt of the city and suburbs. Apply
I | 1" Doianz, 1225 North Sixth street, j
FOR SALE On easy terms, 2010'
to 2UIS Susquehanna stieet. Possess
sion on April 1. Apply A. P. Dorauz,
1225 North Sixth.
FOR SALE
1815 North Second Street.
' Ol en view over river. A fine,
medium-priced home in good
' location. Immediate posses
sion.
A. W. SWENGEL
Real Estate,
2131 North Second Street.
Bell 2576 J.
POSSESSION APRIL 1.
Price. Down
Logan St.. brick.... $2,600 ssjij
916 N. Sixteenth 5t.... 5,400
' 2427 N. Sixth St 5,700 KOO
421 Maclay St., brick.. 4,600
1 423 Maclay St., brick.. 4,100
■ 1032 S. Hth St.. 2,800 6 00
1943 N. Fourth St 3,000 30 0
1 1820 Fulton St 2,000
D. A. CALEY, Kunkel Bldg. Bell 689.
FOR SAIJW Price right, one of the
■ last of the Bretz Bankrupt proper
ties, No. 26 South Eighteenth street.
See Thomas C. McCarrell, Jr., Trus-
I tec, 222 Market street.
FOP. SALE 259 Susquehanna
street, Enola; 2%-story frame, 8
I rooms and finished attic, slale roof
sit am heat, electric lights and bath :
size of lot, 25x152, including 2 i ots 25 '
x 162. Possession at once. Price. $3.2.t0.
See Chas. Davies. 204 Caider Build
ing, Market Square,
j HliAli ESTATE FOR SAFE
„ „ FOR SAFE
N. Second St., No. 141:!— Fine location
for Physician or Dentist. Will make
a fine APARTMENT, too. Rear
driveway, hot water heat, 10 rooms
and bath. Vacant soon.
N. Sixth St., No. 2110 Another fine
location for a professional or busi
ness enterprise. Now vacant. Rear
driveway.
|N. Cixth St., No. 335S Nice home in
| suburbs of city at attractive price.
N. Sixth St., Nos. 3219-21.
So. Twenty-first St.. No. 937.
Bailey St.. Nos. 1186 to 1191.
| Boyd St., No. 631.
Camp St., No. 635.
Crescent St., Nos. 347-47 >,4-19.
! Emerald St., No. 626.
Kensington St., Nos. 2014-16.
Muencli St., No. 630.
Nectarine St., Nos. 344-16-18.
Coffer St., No. 341.
Ross St., 'Nos. 623-23.
Susquehanna St., Nos. 1401-1407.
Susquehanna St., Nos. 1803-06-07.
Swatara St., No. 1818.
Wallace St., No. 1128.
Whitehall St., No. 1851 This beau
tiful home, located at intersection
of Whitehall and Regina Sts., now
occupied by Dr. Orwig, is now open
for inspection. The "refined" resi
dence of the Hill, in it's most beau- I
I tiful location.
I
BACKENSTOSS BROS., Buss Btdg.
Member Harrisburg Real Estate Board.
RIVERSIDE
If yen are looking for a home on
Second street, just call D. E. Ducas,
and select one of three that is sure to
please you. Brick construction, mod
ern throughout, large lot. One has
garage on rear. Price and terms rea
sonable.
D. E. EUCAS,
Real Estate and Insurance,
303 Ijewis Street.
Bell Phone.
FOll SADE Iteai estate property
in Worrnleysburg, known as "Half I
King's Dodge," named in honor of the I
'lndian warrior "Half King," who was
buried near the resting place of John
llarris. on Front street, Harrisburg.
i Dot, 58 feet by 150, fronting on river
front street. 3 squares from Walnut
street bridge. Improvements, 10-
(room house and bath; roof Peach Bot
| torn slate; all modern equipments; up-
Ito-date: electric lights, gas stove;
j yarn filled with choice fruit and
shrubbery, chicken pens, etc. Prop
• erty can be inspected any time. Ueo.
R. Chambers, Worrnleysburg. Pa.
FOR BADE—Camp Hill, 2 V5-story
| stucco, single house, large living and
I dining rooms, hardwood finish, tire-
I place; modern throughout; water
J heat; garage on rear. Lot 5U.X175 I
j feet. Possession May 1. Attractive
! price to a quick buyer; owner leaving
city. Apply to D. E. Lucas, 303 Lewis
street. Bell phone.
| FOR SALE 100 Acres land; 500
I feet lake front in Conneaut, Ohio —.
j growing city 10,000. Four railroads;
'one city, two suburban trolleys: busy
shops; good schools. Buy for invest-)
menl i.r cut into lots for immediate!
sale. Lack of capital my only reason j
for selling. Address Walker, West 1
Springlield, Pa.
j FOR KALE Desirable property
| for summer home on Market street, |
I Duncannon: double lot; 8-room frame
' house, in best of condition. Price
reasonable. Address 11.. 7453, care of I
| Telegraph.
| VACANT HOUSE FOR SALE
llrick construction; six rooms and
bath, gas, electric lights, steam heat, I
concrete porch front and rear; No.
1814 Chestnut street. Bell Realty Co.,'
(Bergner Building.
| VACANT HOUSE FOR KALE No. I
j 928 North Second street; seven t
rooms and bath. gas, electric I
light; price and particulars from Hell i
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
WILD BE VACATED SOON—No. j
1864 Swatara street; frame house with j
nine rooms and bath; all modern ini- 1
provoments; price, $2,600. Bell Realty
I Co., Bergner Building.
I BRICK HOUSE - With nine rooms i
lend bath, other improvements, in- |
eluding steam heat, side entrance,:
brick garage for two cars; price, $4.-1
I 600. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build- i
'"S- i
OFF at a very reasonable j
price, 612 Oxford street, brick
house, v "it rooms and bath, ga., j
furnace, porch front and rear; pos- I
session soon. Bell Realty Co., Borg-j
j ner Building.
CHESTNUT ST. PROPERTY FOR
SADE - Brick house, practically
new; six rooms and bath, gas, elec-1
trie light, steam heat; No. 1808 Chest- '
nut. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build- !
ing.
FOR SADE i
THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSE. i
No. 1512 WADNUT STREET.
Dot, 15 ft. 3 in. by 90 ft.
COMMONWEALTH TRUST COM
PANY,
222 Market Street.
FOR SADE Single, 2%-dtory
house, 6 rooms, 422 Second street.
Highspire. Surrounded by yard. Lot, '
60 ft. by 18u ft. Stable in rear. Ap- )
ply J. H. Hoover, 422 Second street,'
Highspire. Pa.
FOR SALE 2008 Forster street:
iVi-story, 8 rooms and attic; lot, 40x
110 feet. Lot of fruit trees. 0. W
| Favorite, Worrnleysburg, Pa.
FOR SALE Possession in 10
days, No. 634 Camp street, 3-story
brick, all improvements. Price, $3,000.
No. 1937 North Fourth, 3-story brick,
all improvements, $l,OOO. See o.
Davies, 204 Calder Bldg. Bell 1377.
, FOR SALE A cottage between f
street cai line and river, between
Rockville bridge and Marysville; elec '
I trie lights, water and all improve
| munis. Inquire J. K. Kipp, I7vi
North Second street. Bell phone 1645R,
1927 I'ENN ST. Two-story brick
house, porch front, 8 rooms and bath"
modern improvements. Inquire 2026
Green street.
FOR SALE—A modern, attractive
residence, for refined family, built be
fore war. Sold at a low tigurc. Lo
cated at 1214 N. Fifteenth street For
terms apply S. Friedman, Real Estate
& Insurance. Kunkel Bldg.. or 217
Peft'er street.
Real Estate For Sale or Exchange
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
No. 235 South Twenty-ninth
street, Penbrook, Pa. Frame,
10-room, steam-heated house,
hath, garage and electric
l'glit. Lot, 45x180 ft. An
ideal Home.
J. E. GH'PLa
1251 Market St.
READ ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT Small house, large
garden; suitable for small family; sit
uated near Mechanicshurg W. Jay
Meily, Mechanicshurg.
FOR RENT 11-room house, with
all modern improvements and two
communicating office rooms, at 125
and 127 South Front street, Steelton,
Pa.; or property for sale. Write to
C. R. Miller. M. D., 1902 Market
street. Harrisburg.
ONE house for rent; 3-story brick,
all modern improvements, 9 rooms
and bath. $3O per month, located at
'635 Etas street. Call at 633 Boas.
APRIL 12, 1919.
RICAL KSTATE FOR KENT j
FOR RENT A nne summer home, I
in good location, as a whole or ini
part, by the day, week or month. Good]
river view along state road to Sun- |
bury. Running spring water on back'
porch. Call at 327 South Front. Bell
1649 J.
HOUSE AND BARN On 2 acres
of ground, for rent or sale; 2'/. miles
northeast, of city, near Shutt's Mill.
Inquire 213 Broad street. City.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
i
READY CASH FOR CITY PROPERTY
| WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER/ I
BELL AND DIAL PHONES.
CHAS. ADLER, 1002 N. THIRD ST.
WANTED TO RUT
WANTED To purchase, good
sized oottage at Mt. Gretna Chautau
qua Grounds preferred. Must have
conveniences and contain no less than |
four large sleeping rooms. Large, I
rooiny porch desired. Address letter,
giving description and price, to A. B.
S., Lock Box 237, Lebanon, Pa.
FARMS !
FARMS Large and small, on i
easy terms.
1,. acres, $1,700.
18 acres, $B,OOO.
i.O acres, $2,600.
to acres, $l,BOO.
II acres, $3,100.
•13 acres. $3,000.
59 acres, $3,800, $6OO down.
103 acres, $l,OOO. Will exchange for
city property.
11C ai res, $1,200.
DL'RAND, 107 CHESTNUT.
FARMS WANTED
WANTED To hear from owner
of good farm for sale. C. C. Shepard,
| Minneapolis, Minn.
! WANTED Good farm, near trol
l ley or railroad. State lowest price.
| Address G„ 4521, care of Telegraph.
' Olliecs ami Storerooms For Rent
| 1
FOR RENT
BOARD OF TRADE AUDITORIUM, j
For meetings, conventions.
Banquets Dances and parties.
Use of piano free. Kitchen
attached.
H. C. CLASTER, Jeweler,
302 Market Street.
STOREROOM 250 Hamilton I
street, suitable for a barber shop. The I
I only one left out of seven storerooms.
iChas. Adler, 1002 North Third street. |
FOR RENT Desk room and office, j
Inquire Fred C. Miller, Attorney, 31 j
J North Second street. Bell phone 307 J. |
! FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS !
I TYPEWRITER FOR SALE 11a
j chine like new - no use for it. 1
! Price only $35.00, on monthly pav-j
Invents it s3.nil, or $30.00 cash. .Vl
] dress John Galhreath, Rogers, Ohio.
i FOR SALE Standard keyboard i
| typewriter, in good condition. Bell :
I 824 R.
| |
I VOR SALE Two French Poodle!
Puppies. Cheap to quick buyer. In-)
quire 2037 Kensington street.
FOR SALE Reed baby carriage!
in good condition. Call Bell phone
70'. R, or 1614 State street.
FOR SALE Natural reed baby
coach. Price, $12.00. 227 Hummel
street.
! FOR SALE Mahogany finish roll
(top typewriter desk; never used. 23S
Hummel street.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying
new and second-hand furniture here
I High prices paid for furniture. Morris
j Solimertz, 1018 Market. Bell 4085 R.
1~~ BABGAINS! BARGAINS! ~~
The store across from Y. W. C. A.
I offers you the biggest and best ba'r
| gains in Men's and Boys' Suits. Over
■ coats. Mackinaw Coats, Underwcir
Hats. Caps, and Shoes. We are fam
ious for Low Prices. Give us a trial.
OUTLET CLOTHING CO.,
23 North Fourth Street.
I ______
j TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR
CASH ALL MAKES RENTED
EXCHANGED.
GEO. P. TILLOTSON,
| 205 LOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE
ORPHEUM THEATER. |
BOTH PHONES.
| WA X TED—MISCE LL AN KO US j
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID for'
I Second-hand Furniture. Prompt at- I
tention. Newmark & Cown, 368 Broad I
, street. Dial phone 4286. Bell 4705R I
j 1 "" BELL PHONE 3370-J. "
S. RIFKIN,
I CLOTHING. SHOES. FURNITURE.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID
407 BROAD ST.. IIARRISBURG, PA. I
I WANTED National Cash Regis- '
I trr. State description and price. Chas. I
Kurtz, 15 East One Hundred and Six-'
jtcenth street. New York City.
WANTED, TO PURCHASE About
five dozen hens. State price and !
present whereubouts. Write P. O.
Box No. 88, New Cumberland, Pu. j
MAX SMELTZ
Second-hand furniture bought and
Isold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
I Bell 1071H, or drop a postal to Mux
Smeltz 1016 Market street. Will call
j city or country. |
I L COHEN & COMPANY, York anil
'Ash avenues. Highest prices paid for
I rags, paper. Iron, barrels, rubber and I
metal and old machines. Send postal'
or call 3221W Bell and Dial 6225. j
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES j
PACKING
Experienced Packers of Furniture,
China and Bric-a-brac.
EXPERT AUCTION E'ER.
A. H. SHENIf
Bell Phone 399 W.
ALL KlNDS—Razors, knives, scis
sors and hair clippers sharpened. !
Goods called for and delivered. Satis
faction guaranteed. Dial 4tlS.
THE APRIL Ist issue of the Oil
jT'ltss contains interesting Information
|of vi.lut to investors and others who
wish to keep posted on the startling
developments in the great oil lields j
of that state; as well as an accurate
analysis of present condition of the i
Illinois Refining Company, Sammies'
Gil, Capital Petroleum, National Oil,
Sequoyah Oil. Golden Cycle, Kansas,
Utah, < onsolidated, Standard Royal
ties, Sterling Oil & Refilling. Bankers'
Oil, Cushing-Garber, General Refin
ing, llawkeye Producing. Edwards'
Oil, Bay State, Alphun, Royalty Un
derwriters and others, good, bad and
Indifferent, including the Mid-Conti-
Inenl Oil Producing Companies. This
important issue free on request. Don't
miss il. Oil Tress, 21000 Republic
Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
LARGE, CORPORATION WANTS
live DiFtrlc'. Sales Manager. Won
derful new auto device tells and lo
cates all engine trouble. Sells toi
every garage, car and truck owner.
Enormous success, thousands in Gov
ernment use. Easy seller, big money- |
maker, no competition. $5OO to $1.IU)0
capital necessary. Seott Corporation,!
Aeolian Hall, New Y'ork, I
tJ)
III'SINESS DPPOItTUNITIKS
SEND FOR A FREE OIL MAP of
the Siuti of Texas, showing all
fields. Oil Brokers Exchange, 2164*
!•,. Houston street, San Antonio, Texas.
WE manufacture a carburetor for
Ford cars which is guaranteed to
give double the mileagi over any
other carburetor ever constructed, re
gardless of name, make or price.
We are now ready to furnish car
buretors also for Dodge and Maxwell
cars. Will furnish them for othi r
; i ars in a short time.
I Money refunded if fifteen-day FREE
I trial does not prove it. Entirely new
| principle simple, plain tube—not
(a moving part. Guaranteed to start
in zero weather without heating or
priming. Tremendous demand. 15,000
now in use in Chicago territory.
Reliable, energetic man. who can
guarantee sales and carry stock of
$5OO to $2,000, depending on demand,
can secure exclusive territory and will
easily tn t $20,000 this year. No special
experience necessary.
FRANK A. UK WAN, 503 W. Jackson
j Blvd.. Chicago, 111. j
I IF you Have $2,000 to $3,000 cash
capital ana would be. interested in
opening an entirely new line of busi
ntss in your locality, which should
net you $10,000.00 to $15,000.00 annu
ially. write at once for particulars.
I Mechanical Machine & Tool Works,
1229 West Fifty-second street, New
| York City, N. Y.
! WANTED Capable man to as
!sign state rights on proven automo
bile accessory for all cars. Gold mine
for state managers. Miller Manufac
turing Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
CHANCE
to get on ground lloor with $5OO
- as partner with a company
to be formed in a business which
offers splendid opportunity.
L., 7443, care of Telegraph.
POOL ROOM FOR SALE Old-es
tr.bllshed stand, doing good business.
Good reason for selling. Address Box
P, 7439, care of Telegraph.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. H.
C A PLAN CO., 206 Market street.
j UPHOLSTERING Of the best
! kind. Work guaranteed. We call and
I deliver. 308 Broad street. Dial phoue
j 4826. Bell phone 4705 R.
i MACHINE SHOP Specialty
j light machine, models, experimental.
I mill, factory repairing, odd parts tor
laulos made. Variety Machine and Re
pair Shop, 1704 Fulton street, Harris
j burg, Pa.
! OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING
I Any metal welded. Work guaran
teed. Carbon removed by oxygen.
Capital City Welding Co., 1638 Logan
| street. Bell 4396 J.
! RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED—
I Single edge, 25c doz.; double edge, 35c
|doz.; razors, 25c. Gorgas Drug Store.
! QUININE —Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to .atch you this
changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE
PIIOSPHO-QUININE will stave it off
lif taken in time. Gross Drug Store,
1119 Market street
i FURNITURE CRATED for shipping,
jj. A. Bishop, 1736 Logan street.
A. LANE
New and second-hand furniture
bought and sold. Highest prices paid.
:1022 Market street. Bell 4730-J. •
j INVENTORS FINANCED Patents
(Automobiles, Motorcycles Bought,
Sold, Exchanged. Cash or commission.
| Simon Horst Linglestown. Pa.
FINANCIAL
j" INVESTMENT SECURITIES,
STOCKS AND BONDS.
J. K. GREEN AW ALT, JR..
130 Walnut St.,
Harrlsburg, Pa.
Bell Phone 518 J.
MONEY To LOAN
MONEY
If you 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 BERGNER BLDG.,
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
LICENSED AND BONDED BY STATE.
!
! MONEY FOR NECESSITIES
I If employed and housekeeping, our
legal rate money service on loans
from $l5 to $3OO, payable In weekly
lor monthly instalments is worth in-
I vestigating, If you are in need of
I funds and without bank credit.
CO-OPERATIVE
LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO.,
j 204 Chestnut St.
| WE LEND MONEY in compliance
I with Act of June 17, 1915, to individu
jals ir. need of ready cash; small loans
la specialty, business confidential, pay
i ments to suit borrower's convenience,
(positively lowest rates in city.
I PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO.,
132 Walnut Street,
I
l MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ES
TATE Large or small amounts. D.
i A. Caley, 707 Kunkel Bldg. Bell 589.
MUSICAL
J. 11. TROUP MUSIC HOUSE,
I TROUP BLDG., 15 S. MARKET SQ.
BARGAINS THIS WEEK
| $550 I-lardman Upright, mahogany
lease, large size, excellent tone; price,
| $290, easy payments.
$BOO Angelas player, 88-note, Ilka
r.ew, 25 rolls included; price, $585,
easy payments.
$650 Story & Clark Player, 88-note,
new sample; price, $550, easy payai
ments.
Any of the above Instruments Is
ready for immediate delivery.
\
J. H. TROUP MUSIC HOUSE,
TROUP BLDG., 15 S. MARKET SV„
$77.50 BUYS $250 size phonograph,
I plays all records, selection of record*
!and two jewel point needles free, also
j 200 steel needles, new, never used.
(Will ship C. O. D. on approval. City
• Storage Co., 3119 Lincoln avenue, Chi
-1 en go.
VIOLINS. MANDOLINS. GUITARS.
BANJOS. Band and Orchestra Instru-i
ments promptly and carefully repair
ed. OYLER'S. 14 South Fourth street.
PLAYER PIANO With forty rolls
of music, for sale; slightly used; must
be sold at once; cheap to a quick
buyer. Spangler Music House, 2111
North Sixth street.
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
carefully repaired by an expert only
OYLER'S, 14 South Fourth street
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