I Yob Can Find a Position Fitting Your CapaMljdcs, Through tic Classified j *
C.ItAKFF—On Friday, July 18. 1919.
Carrie Lucy, wire of Wayne S.
Gratff. died at her late residence.
Suß N. 16th street.
Funeral services will be held at the
above address on Monday after
noon at 3.30 o'clock. Relatives and
friends invited to attend.
CARD OF THANKS
Berry Wilson wishes to thank the
neighbors and friends, members of
Friendship Fire Company and Social
Club, members of I. B. O of E. O. w.,
also the Unity Temple Lodge No. 61,
for the kindness and sympathy shown
during the recent bereavement in the
death of his wife. Anna M. Wilson.
LOST AND FOUND
For the small gold pin with
letters H. H. S.-18 on and in
tials M. B. engraved on back,
which was lost at Tech C°n?-
mencement dance at n ilia
Villa on June 13, if returned
to the office of
HARRIS BURG TELEGRAPH
LOST ldeal Waterman fountain
pen in or about Reservoir Park, he- j
ward if returned to 1714 1-orster si.
LOST—Wallet containing ;
S3O and SSO, valuable papers and three j
ledge receipts. Elks, Consistory and ,
Shrine. Liberal reward if returned to
-1413 N Second Street. |
LOST—A bunch of keys in a leather
pocket. Reward if returnedl to lenn-
Harris Taxi Service CO.. Penn-Hariis
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION in Greg„ j
Shorthand. Typewriting, English. I
Bcokkcepins. Penmanship, |
tic, etc DAY AND NIGHT btHOJL
OPEN ALL YEAR. Enter at any time. |
Bell 125. Dial 4018.
BECKLEY'S BUSINEFCS COLLEGE.
1?1 Market St. chas. R Becklei-
FOR instruction in elfi-EOfitary or
advanced mathematics or mechanics,
see Miller, 306 Chestnut st., formerly
instructor at U. S. Naval Academy ■
HU P WANTED —MALE
MEN OF PRODUCTION WORK
Ages 18 to 45,
Weight 140 pounds or more.
MUST BE IN GOOD PHYSICAL
No Experience Necessary.
No Labor Trouble.
Apply in person or communl
rate'at once with Factoory
THE GOODYEAR TIRE AND RUB
TEN boys over 16. for 3 or
4 days to deliver telephone
W. H. FETTER,
210 Walnut Street.
Men to learn to repair auto
mobiles and aeroplanes. Make
application at once. r ull
Call, or write.
25 N. CAMERON STREET,
260 South Front Street,
- . i
SALESMAN of discriminating judg- i
ment, acquainted in Central and West- |
em rc-nnsylvania, to sell new contract
to selected customers. No samples; no
active opposition in small towns Will
furnish leads, names of patrons fa
miliar nith our method. Strict com
mission basis. State lines and terri- 1
torv bundled; refer to reputable mer
chants. Address Box L-5920 care Tele
graph . _
RAILWAY mail clerks; hundreds
wanted, $l,lOO-$1,500; age, 18-35; ex
perience unnecessary. Examinations
everywhere. August 23. For free par
ticulars. write RayAUi'i T er !?i (for
mer government exarfflner), 518 ton
tinter.tal Bidg. Washington __
WANIIED —Experienced sewing ma
chine adjusters, one who " as had ex
perience on different make machines.
Apply Shearer Mis. Co.. 308 Hamilton
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Ideal Summer Home
At the Foot of Cove Mountain
Roomy Front Porch. Large
Back Porch, Large Living Room
in center extends entire length of
house; Three Bed Rooms and
Kitchen on First Floor; One
Large Room on Second Floor;
Fine Drinking Water; Bea/utiful
Lawn and Garden with Fruit
Good Train Service
Lot 40x330 Feet
Which Includes Furniture.
Mil!er Brothers & Co.
LOCUST AND COURT STS.
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
Member. Illiu. Real Estate Board
Two solicitors; special news
paper campaign; out of town;
salary and expenses. Apply
between 11 and 12 a. m.
916 North Sixth Street.
ALL AROUND MACHINISTS
to earn rates In accordance
with your ability. Steady
work assured. No labor trou
ble. Bonus paid on second
and third shifts.
Apply in person or communi
cate with Factory Employ
i ment Office.
THE GOODYEAR TIRE &
Freight truckers and freight
handlers at P. R. ( R. Division
Street Transfer, Harrisburg,
Pa. Apply to agent at Seventh
and Division Streets. Take
Big Four or Rockville car
to Sixth and Division
RAILROAD traffic Inspectors want
ed; sllO a month and expenses to
start; short hours; travel; three
months' home study utder guarantee,
we get you position. No age limit;
ask for booklet N-273, Standard Busi
ness Training Inst., Buffalo. N. Y.
August 23, Railway Mail Clerk Ex
aminations in Harrisburg. Hundreds
wanted. $l,lOO-$1,600 year. Every
second week, or equivalent, off at full
pay. Common education sufficient.
Write immediately for free list of po
sitions open and sample questions.
Franklin Institute. Dep't 414 R, Ro
chester, N. Y.
WANTED—Drop forge himmermen
and die sinkers, with experience. Best
wages. Address General Drop Forge
Co., Inc.. Buffalo, N. Y.
MEN WANTED—Must be well ac
quainted in town. Inquire at ol'fico
Square pooner Bld S- 9N. Market
ACCOUNTANTS RECEIVING CLERKS
BOOKKEEPERS. SHIPPING CLERKI
, STOCK CLERKS
Institution of national reputation
will interview young men, experienced
as above and now employed, who wish
to fill expert accountants and traffic
, managers position. State experience i
' 0 " 1 you can cal) - Address Box!
' J -8488.
WANTED—Several competent mid-!
die agc-d men to sell nursery stock for !
live firm all year around. Commission 1
paid every week. Brown Brothers'
.Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y.
| WANTED—State direcors for fastest i
growing benefit society ever founded i
Don't apply unless capable of making I
$15,000 year on commission basis. Na-
I tional Delenders. Knoxville, Tcnn.
j MAN to sell guaranteed shrubs
.roses, trees, plants. Weekly pay. Per-I
manent. Write now. Barry Nursery!
Co., Rochester, N. Y.
| MKN —Age 17 to 53, Experience un- 1
necessary. Travel; make secret inves-I
tigations, reports. Salaries; expenses.
American Foreign Detective Agency !
429, St. Louis.
WANTED Boy sixteen years ;
old with at least one year High school 1
Education to learn a good trade. Ap
jply No. 2 South Market Square, second I
; EXPERIENCED storage battery
I man wanted. One who understands
: the business thoroughly. Opportun
| ity for right party. Address stating
j experience, Box V-5431, care Tele
| MEN, IS and over, of Harrisburg
j and vicinity, desiring to prepare for
government examinations tor posi
tions a post office clerks, field clerks,
I departmental clerks, railway mail
I clerks, government farmers, revenue
I officers, customs officers, etc., call and
'interview Henry Laurens at Bolton
! Hotel. Monday. July 21. Permanent,
j positions at good salaries. Minors un
ider 21, must be accompanied by par
ents. Hours, 1 p. m. until 9 p. m. One
i RAILWAY mail clerks. Hundreds
wanted. $l,lOO-$1,500. Age 18-35. Ex
perience unnecessary. Examinations
everywhere, August 23. For free par
ticulars. write. Raymond Terry, (form
lec government examiner). 518 Contin
ental Bidg., Washington.
WANTED—Drugs, qualified assist
ant; A 1 experience and reference. Ap-
I ply W. B. Goo'dyear, 19th and Derry
'sts., Harrisburg, Pa.
j EARN $5 to $lO day, gathering
.evergreens, roots and herbs, in the
I fields and roadside. Book and prices
| free. Botanical, WI, West Haven,
WOMEN. 18 and over, of Harrisburg
and vicinity, who desire to prepare
for government examinations for posi
tions as post office clerks field clerks,
| departmental clerks, matrons, etc., call
and interview Henry Laurens at Bol
ton Hotel. Monday, July 21. Permanent
positions at good salaries. Minors un
der 21, must be accompanied by par
lent. Hours, 1 p. m. until 9 p. m. One
WANTED —Operators on sewing
machine. Steady work: good wages
Apply Shearer Mfg. Co., 308 Hamilton
st reo t.
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-s't —. —y,—-/ ■—/■ —— J. .
HELP WANTED—FEMALE |
FIFTY EXPERIENCED OPERATORS'
ON POWER SEWING MACHINES;
30 PER CENT. WEEKLY
BONUS ON ALL EARNINGS
10 PER CENT. EXTRA BONUS ON .
EARNINGS EVERY SIX MONTHS
IDEAL WORK UNDER IDEAL
CONDITIONS IN AN IDEAL
JENNINGS MANUFACTURING CO.
2012 N. 4TH ST., HARRISBURG. PA
Operators on plain sewing i
machines; also a few on union
special felling and sleeving \
machines; learners paid while
under instruction; also a
bonus paid every week. Apply
HARRISBURG APPAREL CO.,
City Star Laundry Bidg.,
Sixth and Herr Sts.
WANTED—GirI for general house
work. Must be willing to go to coun
try for summer months. Apply Em
ployment Bureau, Bowman & Co.
WANTED—Maid for general house
work in small family. No washing.
Bell 1581-R. or 1723 Forster St.
WANTED—MiddIe aged white wom
an for general housework. Apply 1822
North Second street. Reference re
MILLINERS and trimmers wanted '
in our workroom and for good out-of- I
town positions. L. Dannenbaum's Son
& Co.. Philadelphia.
WANTED—Five bright, capable la- i
dies to travel, demonstrate and sell j
dealers. $25 to SSO per week. Railroad
fare paid. Write at once. Goodrich |
Drug Co.. Dept. S4l, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED—MiddIe aged woman as
housekeeper for widower residing in 1
Philadelphia, must be capable of rak
ing care of two children aged 3 and 5 j
years. No laundry work. Willing to !
pay good salary. Write stating experi- I
e-nce, salary expected and reference. !
Address K-8943 care Telegraph.
WANTED Woman for general
housework. Address A-8427 care Tele
WANTED—Two women to sort
lags. Apply 1109 N. 7th st.
WANTED—A competent lady book
keeper. accurate at figures, good pen
man, some knowledge of typewriting
preferred. A good, permanent and well
paying position. Give reference, ex- j
perience and salary required. Address i
1". O. Box 111, Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED Experienced waitress; |
no others need apply. Apply 5121
WANTED—MangIe girls and a good I
hand it oner. Apply Palace Laundry. I
2103 Logan street.
HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female ;
MEN-WOMEN raise Belgian Hares j
for us. We pay you $7 pair and ex
pressage. Free illustrated booklet and
contract. United Food & Fur Asso
ciation, 329 West 48th St.. Dept. C,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY—By U. S. i
Government. Hundreds clerks, 18 or I
over, at Washington, D. C. Harrisburg ]
examinations July 19th. $l,lOO year. I
Pleasant clerical work. Short hours, j
Common education sufficient. Try i
| these July 19th examination. Specimen
' questions free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 414 It.. Rochester. N. Y.
AGENTS W ANTED
AGENTS—Big pay and free automo- j
bile introducing wonderful new gaso- i
line saver, puncture proof, five-year;
spark plugs and other economical auto '
necessities. Outfit free. L. Ballwey, 632 !
Sta. F, Louisville, Ky.'
THE American Syndicate of Bay- I
onne. N. J., makes a great household
necessity, welcomed by every house 1
wife. Community agencies open to
j energetic men and women of good ,
, standing. Particulars on request.
SSOO pel month selling a new pat
! ented fuel vaporizer, guaranteed to
I save up to 50 per cent, in gasoline;
I 40 miles per gallon made with Ford
j car. bold on money-back guarantee,
j One sample free. Stransky Vaporizer
Co.. Pukwana. S. D.
EMMETT Scotts and Kelly Millers
Negro War Histories outsell them all
Better now tlran ever. $40,000 sales
last week. Agents wild over success.
Best terms. Patriotic pictures tree.
Express paid. Either outrtt free. Both
5U cents. Be quick. Mullikin Co.,
AGENTS —Sell farmers, breeders,
'stock raisers, noncompetitive prod
uct. Earnings S2OO-SSOO month, $25-
I $ 150 bonus. Clean, honest, profitable
, employment. Specialty Mfg. Associa
tion, Division 125, Madison, Wis.
AGENTS —Ideal steak tenderer, the
! greatest moneymaker on the market:
makes tough steak as tender as opt
'terhc.use; housekeepers buy on sight;
lever 200,000 in use; samples free. Ty
jler Mfg. Co., B-10, Munice, Ind.
i ' LARGE MANUFACTURER wants
| representatives to sell shirts, under
i wear, hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts.
I direct to homes. Write for free
| samples. Madison Mills. 503 Broad
i way, New York City.
AGENT —To sell portable fireproof
' steel garages, cottages, factory and
! farm buildings, moving picture halls:
I any size: give references. Manufactor
ing Stove Repair Co., Inc., Hagers-
I toown, Md
i AGENTS wanted for Dauphin
'Cumberland, Perry and Lebanon coun-
I ties, to sell an article everybody uses.
I P. O. Box 32. Highspire, Pa.
| STOCK salesmen wanted for a clean
I cut proposition in operation two years
land a proven dividend payer. Paid 140
| last year. Grain Growers' Association,
j Inc., Harlowton, Mont.
I AGENTS wanted to sell leases in
New Pecos oil field; 2%-acre leases
$12.50 up. Hundreds quickly became
rich from similar Texas oil Invest-
I nients. Surest winners ever offered.
I Everyone buys. Big commissions'.
'Write for particulars. Toyah Oil Co.,
i Southwestern Life Building, Dallas,
SALESMEN —Does SIO,OOO yearly
I sound good to you If so, here is the
opportunity you have been looking for.
IWe want a good, clean, live wire
I salesman, accustomed to interviewing
j retail merchants, who possesses tact,
business ability and banner energy
land not kid glove salesmen. If you are
I such a man, we will give you the rare
j opportunity of making more money
I this year, on a commission basis, than
! you have ever made before. Address
j Secretary Box 190, Station C, Cleve
land, Ohio. .
i MANY stupendous fortunes Intely
made in Texas oil. Our 2t4-acre $12.50
leases mav be worth $50.00 inside one
year Write for particulars now.
Toyah Oil Company, Southwestern
Life Bldg., Dallas, Tex.
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13 A BIG-ENOUGH CLASSIFIED 81
IM ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN is al- ®
LjU ways the least expensive way of sell- yu)
py ing property. This does not mean
that large space must, be used it yj
ijnn means that you must use enough
M space in which to describe your offer- ' jx
jakj ing and to give the vital facts about
it. It means, too, sensible persistency pO
jffl repeated publications of your ad it yp|
SALESMEN WANTED |
FOR FORD CARS. Simple, not a mov
ing part: installed in thirty minutes;
guaranteed to double your mileage
and start in zero weather without
heating or priming. 15-day FREE|
trial. Our St. Louis man sold $2,000 1
in 8 months. Salt lake City man made
$1,200 in one week. Write U. & J.
| Carburetor Co., 505 W. Jackson Blvd.,
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE j
, COLORED man desires work as i
I chauffeur. Can do minor repairing. Ap- |
jply 109(4 Adams st., Steelton. j
| MAN 50 years old desires work as I
shipping clerk, especially good on!
I parcel pest. Apply 27 West Keller St.,
j SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe
; WOMAN wishes washing and iron
ling to do st home. Inuqire ISIS Briggs
DAY'S work by reliable and experi
enced lady. Dial 4090.
COLORED woman wishes day's
work, Can furnish reference. Apply
1217 Wallace st.
STENOGRAPHER of eight years ex
perience. desires position; can furnish
best references. Address Box A-5428
| care Telegraph.
; WOMAN would like to have wash
ing and Ironing at home. Plain or
j fancy ironing. Bell phone 4586.
I WOMAN wishes position as house-
I keeper in small apartment or house.
Address Box H-8426 care Telegraph.
j WANTED Experienced saleslady
'desires position in shoe store or will
| consider anything else. Address Box
10-5423 care Telegraph.
; EXPERIENCED nurse desires posi
;tion; best of references. Call Bell
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Three rooms for liht
housekeeping. Inquire 1606 Susque
!hanna St. Dial phone 5143.
j HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Large
single or communicating rooms with
i kitchenet, stove furnished free; bath.
I phone and laundry priviliges; all out
| side, independent and private. Apply
i 429 Broad street.
j FOR RENT—One furnished front
i room for rent; all conveniences; use of
I phone; private family. Apply 261
jCumberland st. Dial 5344.
; FURNISHED room, all conven
' iences, centrally located. Apply 9 N.
II FOR RENT Three unfurnished
I rooms: first floor; all conveniences;
gas; heat; bath; laundry; front and
; back porch; concrete yard; nice lo
cation, rent very reasonable, 2148
j Penn street.
i! FOR RENT —Two furnished or un
furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. use of phone and bath. Apply 926
N. Third street.
FOR RENT—WeII furnished .cool
room, with running water and all
I modern conveniences, in private fam
!ily. Getleman only. 324 N. Second st.
I FOR RENT—Furnished rooms; all
I conveniences; centrally located; use of
I bath and phone. Inquire 328 North
street, or Dial phone 4416.
i ! FOR RENT —Three rooms for light
' housekeeping. Inquire 1605 Susque-i
•! hanna st. Dial phone 5143.
' LARGE, nicely furnished front room j
with private bath in beautiful resi
dential section, with private family;
all conveniences; use of telephone. 815 |
|N 17th street.
I TWO rooms furnished; light house
!keeping 113 Locust st.
FOR RENT —Nicely furnished front
room with all modern conveniences,
with board. Apply 700 N. Sixth street.
i WELL furnished rooms; electric
j light; phone. 113 Locust street.
I MULBERRY St.. 1168—Two furnish
ed front corner rooms; large, light and
Pleasant, second and third floors; elec
itricity; gas; bath and phone. Apply
i 1168 Mulberry st.. or Bell 1269-M.
For gentlemen only. Dial 499u. or 9i>
North Third street.
FOR RENT—Furnished room on
second '•,•" conveniences; q,"
water. Bell phone 466-K.
FOR RENT— Large well furnished
room; twin beds; ®'ngle or ensulte;
use of Bell phone. Address. 719 North
Nicely furnished, clean, cool rooms
$2.50 per week and up. 143 South
"LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING." Three
rooms on third floor furnished; light,
heat. etc.. use of phone; no children!
1814 Green street.
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms
on second floor for light housekeep
ing with use of bath; no children
possession at once. Apply 1701 Green
ROOM AND BOARD—FOR RENT
PLEASANT front rboms; furnished,
all conveniences; breakfast served if
desired. 1549 State street. Bell 5246 W.
WANTED —Two or three completely
furnished rooms with conveniences,
for light housekeeping, by young mar
ried couple; state rates and location;
uptown preferred. Address, Box J-26J9
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Apartment on third
floor, four rooms and bath, family
without children preferred. Apply
415(4 Relly street.
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| APARTMENTS FOR RENT
I APARTMENT FOR RENT—Apart
j ment of medium size, containing four
rooms and private bath; third floor
front of No. 110 North Second street.
Keady for occupancy August Ist.
i Apply Luther Minter, same address.
• riutn phones.
FOR RENT—Apartment of two
■ large unfurnished communicating
rooms. One front with three windows,
.also large hall, fine location. No chil
jdren. Call at 1506 State street.
I FOR RENT—An apartment of four
rooms and bath on corner of Sixth and
I Rroad streets; all modern improve
. ments; possession July 22. call at 1*29
I North Sixth street. Bell phone 2599 R.
I RENT—Apartments four rooms
and bath, all modern conveniences,
city steam heat; hot running water,
at 1101 N. Sixth street, apply between
i a. m. and 4 p. m. at Louis, 414 N. I
FOR RENT—Apartment of four
rooms and bath; unfurnished; posses
sion August 1. Inquire 222 Hamilton
street, or Bell phone 560-W.
FOR RENT—Elegantly furnished
apartment at 100 S. 13th street first
floor; 7 rooms and laundry; private
porch and entrance; price $75. Addlv
1208 Chestnut street, or Bell phone
G 4 . •
on hrst floor, also three unturnisned
rooms on second floor; electric light
and steam heat; use oi bath aim
phone. Inquire 1321 State street.
FOR KENT—Apartment of two
laige unfurnished communicating
rooius, ctie front w.th three windows"
also large hall; fine location. Call Beli
phono 2761 R.
FURNISHED apartment wanted
about August 15 or September 1. Must
be thoi oughly up-to-date and in best
neighborhood, to consist of 4 or o
rooms, kitchen and bath, best of ref
erences furnished. Write to Box 247,
WANTED—A furnished apartment,
consisting of 3 or 4 rooms; must he j
thoroughly up-to-date, located near:
Capitol or within short walking dis
tance, by young married couple. Ad- I
dress P. O. Box 181.
WANTED—SmaII furnished apart- |
ment of 3 or 4 rooms; centrally lccated .
or near car line. Address Box B 8 129'
. ■ .
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE j
FOR SALE POSSESSION SOON !
If you are looking for a nice, sub- I
stantially built suburban home, with
plenty of ground, fruit and garden, in
spect the Bixler property, located cn '
the northeast corner of Dickinson and i
Princeton avenue. Earligton. Camp j
Hill. Pa., two blocks from car 'inc.
single car Care from Harrisburg: 2(4-i
story frame detached dwelling, size |
31x31; stone foundation;; Shingle 1
roof; cemented cellar under entire j
house; all improvements; 3 large
looms and reception hall on first)
floor; (large kitchen); open stairway; 4
rooms and bath on second floor; un
finished attic; good yellow pine floor-;
ing; cypress finish; hot water heating I
system; front porch 9x31; plot of
ground 120x120; granolithic walks: ;
| shade trees, garage for one car; twoi
chicken houses which wil accommo
date 500 chickens; 17 fruit trees (13
I bearing the finest kind of fruit); va-
I riety of grapes; 1,500 strawberry
I plants; good reason for selling; in- j
spection by appointment only.
! PRICE V ERY REASONABLE at $5,150.
Bell C. O. BACKENSTOSS. Bell
700 AGENT. 3077J
Nine-room brick house, new. slate
roof, furnace, electric lighting, arte
sian well water, chicken house good
garden end fruit, with plot of ground
180x170 feet. Easy terms. Price. $3,500.
Look at this property if you want a
nice suburban home.
30 acres of choice productive land
(240 building lots), scenic location,
close to Penbrook and trolley, will sell
any number of acres at S4OO per acre.
Also nine acres with S-room frame
house, running water, best of soil
for trucking, poultry, etc., price $3,500.
A 17-acre truck farm. 6-room house,
ham, chicken and hog house. 4.000
asparagus. 200 fruit trees. 1(4 acres
strawberries, spring water, 2 miles
west En'ola. Price $2,750. A bargain
115-acre farm; black loam soil: S
room house, new summer kitchen,
bank barn, chicken house, hog house,
garage, lots of fruit, location one mile
west of West Fairview. Price SIOO per
REAL ESTATE, FARMS. ETC..
1549 State st.. Harrisburg.
Bell 5246 W.
FOR SALE—No. 83 N. Eighteenth
st ■ brick house; eight rooms; bath:
gas;electrlc llght. furnace. Bell
Realty Co.. Bergner Bidg.
FOR 9ALF<—No. 409 South Thir
teenth sDeet-fhree-story brick _ 9
rooms and bath— steam hea.. Bell
Realty Co.. Bergner Building.
PRICE REDUCED on 682 Schuylkill
street; 6 rooms and bath; gas; electric
light; steam heat; this semi-bungalow
should Interest you. Bell Realty Co..
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KEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
"IF IT'S REAL ESTATE.
FULTON ST—lB26; VACANT; threo
story frame; eight rooms; some im-
Rf"y em .®nts; in the nicest block on
i'yton street; small amount down;
balance same as rent.
FULTON 5T.—1931; VACANT; two- j
> '°Ju bric l< cottage; six rooms and j
oath; steam heat; all improvements; i
small amount down; balance same as I
AGATE 5T.—2536; VACANT; two
story brick; six rooms and bath; a. 11
..I" rovements; small amount down;
balance same as rent.
SWATARA 5T.—1856; VACANT; two
and-a-half-story frame; seven rooms
and bath; all improvements; nica front
porch; driveway in the rear; small
amount down; balance same as rent.
DERRY 5T.—2341; NEW; vacant;
two-and-a-half-story brick; six rooms
and bath: hardwood floors; cement
cellar; steam heat; gas and electric
ity; Al in every respect; right price
to quick buyer.
JEFFERSON 5T.—2130; three-story
brick; nine rooms; all improvements;
cement cellar; driveway in the rear;
small amount down; balance same as
D. ASA SANDERLIN.
Room 1. Security Trust Bidg..
36 North Third St.
Bell 1390. Dial, 3573.
Two 2(4 and 3-story brick
houses; all improvements;
porches, drive alley. Also cor
ner houses on Hill and up
town. Will take auto In trade.
I have several fine suburban
homes for sale; brick, all im
provements, (4 acre each;
sleam heat, electric lights,
hardwood floors, lots of fruit
on State Road. Will take city
property in trade.
C. H. CORDER,
1722 Green Street,
Bell Phone 560-J.
1418 N. Second street, brick dwell-j
lag, 9 rooms and bath.
823 S. Front street, frame dwelling j
i 1614 N. Fifth street, three-story •
; frame dwelling, with improvements, i
ten rooms and bath.
West Fairview property, located on |
Third street, two and one-balf-story \
HARRISBURG TRUST COMPANY, !
16 S. Second Street,
FOR SALE Double 2(4 -story J
l frame dwelling, each side containing !
7 rooms, bath, all improvemets, com--i
I bination ranges, porches, cemented
cellars; located one-half square from
i car line in Ninth street, Elkwood;
I elegant conditon. Posession soon.
Price, each, $3,000.
1 1' OR SALE —$3,200 wil buy a new
j 2(4-story brick dweling with 6 rooms,
I bath, receiving hall and pantry, all
•modern improvements; lot 37x125 ft.;
] located one square front car line in
I Market street. Elkwood (adjoining
I New Cumberland). This property is
well located and exceptionally attrac
tive at this figure. Possession on
; FOR SALE —At Camp Hill, a 2(4-
story frame dwelling, containing 8
j rooms, bath, cemented cellar; all
modern improvements, including
steam heat; lot 65x120. Price.
FOR SALE—I23O-1232 Cowden St.,
'2(4-story frame dwelling. Properties
[equipped with water and gas. Price.
Brinton-Packer Co., Agents,
Second & Walnut Sts.
FOR SALE Two building lots, oai h
'20x115. Nos. 9 and 10 Block H. H.,
iDtinkel & Ewing's plan, East Harris-
Iburg, Pa. Address W. S. Young, Ly
VERY' desirable corner property
j for sale, on State street —large brick
house with all most modern improve
ments: brick garage on property. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Bidg.
I HUMMEL ST., 331 Three-story
i brick house, with eight rooms and
! bath, all other improvements, for sale
'Bell Realty Co. Bergner Bidg.
HOMES FOR SALE
1912 N. 6th, brick $4 500
1512 Walnut St.. brick 3|goo
Penn st., brick 3|ooo
Hummel st., Lemoyne iisoo
Small amount of cash required.
D. A. Caley, 707 Kunkel Bidg
Bell phone 589.
FOR SALE UK EXCHANGE
Houses of every description in
all parts of city and suburban
Some on easy payment plan'
Will take light touring car in
C. H. CORDER.
1722 Green Street.
Bell Phone 660-J.
Harris Street 630 Three-storv
brick, 9 rooms, all improvements small
amount down; balance same as rent
no questions as to race or nationality
D A. Sanderlin, 36 N. Third stree'
room 1. Security Trust Bidg. ri'|
1390. Dial 3573. 611
| FOR SALE—2(4-story hpuse, Fourth
[and Eutaw sts., city and well water
cut buildings; fruit trees; price rea-
I sonablo. Inquire E. E. Feip, 313 Fourth
1 St., New Cumberland. Pa.
17TH ST.. S.. 500 BLOCK—Corner
brick house, with all impru-oment*
for sale; will be sold on easy terms j'
E. Glpple, 1251 Market street.
$3,800 WILL BUY a pair of °(4-
story frame dwellings with all "im
provements, on paved street, conveni
ent to central part of city; monthly
rental $34. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Markat
MARKET ST., NEAR ?3TH—Corne
brick business building, with two
story garage in rear, for sale; a money
maker; price and terms upon applica
tion. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market street.
AN exceptional bargain in a fine
home. This property is located 45 1
Elizabeth street, Highsplre; single
house, plot 150 foot front by 125 feet
deep; improvements; most all kinds'
of fruit; chicken house and garage, i
14x60. Will sell for SI,OOO less than
what il is worth; reason for selling
other business. W. W. Reeves, 224
Market street. Highsplre. Dial 9801.
(Ointlnued In Next Column) i
JULY 19, 1919.
HEAL LEi'Al'L cUU SALE
HOUSES ON EASY TERMS
vacant 2-story rrlck on Hill. imp.
Vacant 2 (4-story brick on Hill, all
Vacant 2 (4-story frame on Hill, all
Vacant 3-story brick, uptown, all
3-story frame near Hill market, all
Two 2 (4-story frames, S. 21st at.,
Stoieroom property on Market st.
Storeroom, coiner brick, on Hill.
| 3-story brick, corner on Derry st.
1 2-story brick, on Crescent St., easy
I S-story brick on Swatara s.,
I 2-story l>jicks on 15th and 16th sta.
I 2-stcry t licks on Catharine st.
3-stor> brick on Walnut St.. Hill.
I 3-story irame and garage Park st.
2 (4-story single frame, in Lemoyne,
Fine corner house in Enola, all ,
9-rcom house in New Cumberland,
Cottage in Camp /lill. all imp.
Fine home, 1 acre, near Camp Hill.
Single corner, at Washington Ht3.
Fine corner home in Penbrook.
Corner 2 (4 -story frame, in Pleasant
One acre and double house at Pen
Apartments on Hill and uptown.
Corner new brick, uptown, all imp.
Investment, three small bouses in
Investment, three fr.ame houses or.
corner Forrest st.
Row of six 3-story bricks on Briggs
Business place on Derry street near
2-story brick, on Green street imp.
Apartment house, uptown, one of
the finest in the city; large lot to
street in rear.
iV>-story brick and 1-story frame
at West Fairview in business section
along State Highway. Suitable for
store or business place; very cheap.
C. H. CORDER,
1722 Green St.
THREE-story brick, front porch,
side entrance, steam heat, gas. elec
tric. all night trolley. possession
August 1, $4,000
6(4 acres, good well, plenty fruit,
stable. 7 rooms, bungalow, steam heat,
three miles from city, $5,5u0
Suburban, 100x170 feet, with brick
steam heat, house along trolley, also
one in Progress and New Cumber
New houses and building sites.
KOUGH, BRIGHTBILL & KLINE,
307 Kunkel Bidg.
Bell 3902 Dial 4509
Free fly swatters and fans.
FOR SALE—On Fifth st.. 2 (4-story
I brick. 7 rooms and bath, electric, gas,
jail conveniences, large lot. fruit trees,
j possession soon as owner can vacate.
i On Third street. 2(4-story brick. 9
[rooms, bath, steam heat, gas and elec-
I trie, fruit cellar, large lot. fruit trees
land garden. Possession soon arte.
| sale thereof. Price reasonable.
I On Green street. 2(4 -story, stone and
I stucco. S rooms and hath, hardwood
! finish, fireplace, water heat.
j Lewis street, new 244 -story hrlck. 7
rooms and hath, steam heat, finished
fn chestnut, up-to-date in every par
-1 ticular, will he completed in a few
j weeks, will sell on terms if desired.
D. E. LUCAS.
Real Estate and Insurance,
I 303 Lewis street.
. Bell phone 5065 R.
Whitehall and Regina streets,
at intersection overlooking
Reservoir Park; fine
home: lawn; hardwood floors,
all improvements; completely
furnished. Owner will
75 per cent, mortage stand at 5
and 6 per cent. Quick sale
TtACKENSTOSS REALTY CO.,
331 MARKET STREET.
FACTORY SITE FOR SALE
1 ,i, large building which can
be remodeled; lot 100x150 feet;
ideated on Hth street near
Mufberry? Price $16,000. For
DURAND & FERBER,
107 Chestnut Street.
THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
No 1512 WALNUT STREET.
Lot 15 ft. 3 in by 90 ft.
COMMONWEALTH TRUST COM
-222 Mrket Street.
' FOR SALE—II 2-114 Washington St.,
R rooms and bath; frame; tin roof; ail
convenience*; bargain. Apply 814 N
BUY YOUR HOME on the 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
q p. Doranz, 1225 North Sixth street.
[. FOR SALE—2 (4-story frame house,
'located at Mt. Holly, 11 rooms and
i summer house; large stable; chicken
I l-.ousc, etc.; fine well and cistern; lot
' 4*5x180 Address Mrs. Rose Koons. 227
| Arch street, Carlisle.
'COTTAGE FOR SALE—Eight rooms.
I bath, extra lavatory, hot and cold
I water, electric light, log fire place,
sleeping porch. Five minutes walk
from station. Inspection Invited.
S. P. HESSEL,
Second Cottage from Post Office,
Mt. Gretna, Pa.
FOR SALE —No. 26 South Chestnut
st, Penbrook. Lot 25x150; 6 rooms;
'finished attick; furnace heat; cement
-1 fed cellar; electricity; double garage;
'chicken house. Apply on premises.
FOR SALE un easy terms. 2012
to 2010 Susquehanna street. Apply a
p_ Doranz, 1225 North Sixth.
$2,000 will purchase a frame house
with seven rooms, located at New
Market. Price is right as estate must
De closed. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner
FOR SALE—House No. 638. Harris
!street; 8 rooms, including bath and all
1 improvements. Inquire at 1710 North
FOR SALE—m Highsplre. )f yo u
are looking for a business that will
net you $3,000 to $5,000 a year at a
real down bargain, see me at once;
property including residence, store-
I room, ice cream parlor, large pool •
' room, only pool in town; reason for
selling, would retire from business.
|W. J. Reeves. 224 Market St.. Kigh
| spire. Dial 9801
FOR SALE—North 19th street. No
16 3-story brick corner property, 9
rooms, bath, gas, electric: loom for
garage, an ideal home; good reason
i tor >elling. not for speculation.
Real Estate For Sale—Suburban ,
FOR SALE—292-294 Second street.
Highspire. A fine double house, all Im
provements. will sell single or double
It you are looking for a bargain sea
this property before you buy. W J '
5? e , v oVn w Mark ®t street, Highspire. '
Dial 9801. My car is at your service.
FOR SALE—Large suburban home
near Camp Hill. % acre land; all 1m- !
provements; fruit, chicken house,
etc.. will take city property in ex
change; easy terms.
C. H. CORDER,
, 1722 Green Street.
Bell Phone 660-J
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED to rent, three first floor
rooms lor office use in following lo- 1
calities: South of Paxton and Dock; '
j north of Herr, between Sixth and Sev-I
enth; between Eleventh and Twelfth;
Herr and Calder. Store rooms or pri
vate residence desired; well ventilat
ed; running water. Apply Housing
Secretary, Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED —Country home with one
or two acres of ground, must be pleas
ant location on good road Address
with full particulars. George W.
Bach, 820 Willow street, Lebanon, Pa.
SMALL country place or furnished
cottage for balance of 1919. Will con
sider purchase. Prefer near trolley. P.
O. Box 1099.
WANT to purchase on rental pay
ment plan, house suitable for room
ing house. Must be reasonable in
price. P. O Box 1099.
MINE timber and lumber wanted. I
would like to buy several hundred
cars of posts, ties, mine caps and
lumber. State prices delivered on a
Pittsburgh rate of freight, point of
shipment and full particulars. Ralph
A, Smith. Sandy Ridge, Pa.
WANTED to buy 2H-story brick,
house, with all conveniences and front
poich wanted; state price and all par
ticulars; no agents. Address Box
J-6927, care Telegraph.
1 HAVE READY BUYERS for farm,
city and cuburban properties. My
large clientage enables me to secure
ready buyers for any kind of Real
Estate you may have to offer.
A. P. DORANZ,
12-5 North Sixth St
Bell 271 J. Dial 3943
WANTED—Suburban house, west '•
side of city preferred. Address D 8478
| care Telegraph.
I HAVE BUYERS—List your prop
erties with me. Chas. Adler, Real Es
tate and Insurance, 1002 North Third
FARM SFOR SALE
FARM—29-acre in Dauphin countv,
good buildings, lots of fruit, running
water, crops and stock $2,200
' FARM—IO3 acres, Perry county; 22
I acres woodland; all new buildings;
] running water $3,500
j FARM—I 27 acres, Lebanon county;
,! goon house; large bank barn and all
! outbuildings; good apple orchard;
I level soil; running water $6,200
DURAND & FERBER,
107 Chestnut St.
FARMS FOR SALE
103 acres: good buildings; fences;
fruit: 5 miles northeast Linglestown.,
This farm is worth a "whole lot" more
money then we ask for it $3,500.
60-acre farm bordering on the above
farm. A REAL bargin for $2,500.
. Please look these farms over. C. B.
Care, Cares Grocery, Linglestown. Pa.
|L car from Square, Harrisburg.
j FOR SALE 43-acre limestone
! farm; 1% miles south of Mechanics-,
burg. Pa.; 8-roomed brick house; lank
tarn; summer kitchen; all In fir.e
shape; two orchards; good silo. Ap
ply F. F. Mumma. Mechanicsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE—IOO-acre farm; also*
stock, if desired: possession Novem
jber 1, two miles northeast of Harris
iburg; further information, apply 1700
In. Second street.
WANTED—A good farm with or
without stock, not too far from city.
Address A-5477 care Telegraph.
Offices and Store Rooms for Rent
For any business, three upper
floors, 219 Market street. Ap
Third and Market Streets.
Room No. 2. on third floor of No.
N. Second Street.
HAF.RISBURG TRUST COMPANY,
16 South Second Street,
! FOR RENT —Two large rooms, 20x50
| feet. Can be remodeled to suit renter.
At 211-213 N. Second st. See owner at
| 213 N. Second or call Bell 2328-R.
FOR RENT — Desk room and office.
Inquire Fred C. Miller, Attorney. _3 1 •
I North Second street. Bell phone 307 J.
FOR SAIiK —MISCELLANEOUS
MOTORS FOR SALE
We have the following motors wo
are offering for sale. We guarantee
these motors to be in first-class con
dition and can make Immediate de
One Vi H. P. 220 V. 450 R. P. M.
One li H. P. 220 V. 380 K. P. M.
One Vi H. P. 220 V. 800 R. P. M.
One 14 H. P. 115 V. 800 R. P. M.
Ono 14 H. P. 230 V. 370 R. P. M.
One 14 H. P. 120 V. 275 R. P. M.
One 14 H. P .120 V. 400 R. P. M.
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO.
Printing Binding Designing
Photo-Engraving Die Stamping
Full size bed. mattress and
spring. $18.50, If sold this
1321 North Sixth Street. 4
FOR SALE —Monitor heat plant;
fireplace mantels; chandeliers; shut
ters; A 1 condition. Can be seen at 312
Chestnut st. C. R. Robins Co., 502
Market st. Phones.
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