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THOMAS —Mrs. Mary E. Thomas, oil
Monday, Aug. IS, 1919, at 4.45 a. m.
widow of Samuel A. Thomas, at her
late residence SOS North Third St.
Funeral on Thursday afternoon at
1 p m. in the Mifflintown Lutheran
Church. Burial Union cemetery.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—A bundle of papers in enve
lopes. Reward awaits tinder. Belong
ing: to S. Friedman, Kunkel Bids.,
Third and Market Sts.
LOST—On Monday, Cumberland Val
ley Normal certificate. 1007 and dip
loma 1909, between Market and Sec
ond and Walnut streets. Reward if
returned, HIS North 14th St.
LOST —On Aug. 9, a tanned collie,
goes by name of Barnie or Donn. Re
ward if returned to 1120 Green st.
FOUND—A Collie dog near Poly
clinic Hospital, Front and Roily Sts.,
owner can have him by paying for
this ad and expense of care. He is
dark brown, black around ears, white
nose and breast, tip of tail white also,
four feet. Apply J. .1. Foley. Associat
ed Aids Society, 5 Market Square.
INSTRUCTIONS
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION in Gregg
Shorthand, Typewriting, English.
Bookkeeping, Penmanship. Arithme
tic. etc. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
OPEN ALL YEAR. Enter at any time.
Bell 125. Dial 4016.
BUCKLEY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
121 Market St. Chas. R. Beckloy.
HELP WANTED —MALE
WANTED
Unemployed men who are first class
mechanics in the following lines of
work:
2 Layers out.
1 •Vertical boring machine opera
-0 Lathe opera tvA- 230-40-in.
2 Horizontal boring machine
operators.
2 I'-S milling machine operators.
2 Shaper machine operators.
7 Machine shop handy men.
2 Machine tool grinders.
1 Planer operator.
2 Tool makers.
1 Universal grinder.
7 General machinists,
ino Good laborers.
Information concerning these posi
tions may be secured at the Pennsyl
vania State Employment Service,
Third and North Streets, Harrisburg,
Penna.
WANTED
Freight truckers and freight
hurdlers at P. R. R. Division
Street Transfer, Harrisburg.
Pa. Apply to agent at Seventh
and Division Streets. Take
Big Four or Roclsvllle car
to Sixth and Division
streets.
MAN WANTED
to work in ice plant; steady
winter job. Apply at
UNITED ICE & COAL CO.,
Forster and Cowden Streets
CREDIT MAN
WANTED—Man familiar with sim
ple ledger accounts. Prefer one who is
fairly well acquainted with the credit
standing of people in Harrisburg and
\icinttv. Excellent opportunity. Ad
dress Box C-4201 care Telegraph.
INSURANCE opportunities. Desir
able territory throughout Pennsylva
nia open for assignment to men quali
fied for present or eventual general
agencies. Liberal contracts to produc
ers. Standard, up-to-date, low priced
accident and health insurance. Funer
al benefit. Write National Accident
Society. 320 Broadway, New York
City. Established 1885.
TRY 1 IT! No genius is required to
sell an acknowledged commodity. Per
sonal accident and health insurance
belongs in every home. Liberal com
missions. Disability benefits from S3O
to SIOO per month. Natural death ben
efit Premium $1 a month upward. Na
tional Accident Society, 32u Broad
way, New York City. Established 34
vea'rs.
WANTED —Experienced truck driv
er; permanent position if satisfac
tory. Apply at once to Witman Bros.,
40 N. Tenth st.
SHOEMAKER at once, one that can
operate Goodier stitcher; $25 to S3O
per week; steady work the year
round; work from 7 a. m. to 5.15 p. m :
Saturday afternoon off. Write or call
at Shoe Hospital. Sunbury, Pa.
SALESMAN for coffee, by long es
tablished well known roasters; can
positively only consider experienced
salesman, acquainted retail grocers
Williamsport territory, to headquar
ters there. Give full particulars, age,
salarv, selling record and whether
can drive Ford. Permanent and desir
able pohition for right party. Replies
confidential. Address Confidential.
YOUNG man wanted, 16 to 20 years
of age to work in milk room. Apply
with good reference, 1806 North Thud
Street
(Cortinurd In Next Column)
FOR SALE
Low Priced Properties
No. 638 Calder street 214
storv brick and frame house; 7
rooms; front porch; possession in
30 days.
• l'rlee, $1,150
No. 1943 Rudy street 2
story frame house; 6 rooms;
front porch; lot 20x100 feet; po
session in 30 days.
Price, $1,300
Miller Brothers & Co.
LOCUST AND COl IIT STS.
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
Members Hbg. Real Estate lionrj
r
WEDNESDAY EVENING,
HELP WANTED—MALE
i
OPPORTUNITIES
for
A large number of Inexperi
enced men. Ages 18 to 45.
Must be In good physical con
dition.
Good living wages paid while
learning.
Steady work assured. No
labor trouble.
Apply In person or communi
cate at once with Factory
Employment Office.
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER
CO., AKRON, OHIO.
CARPENTERS
SHEET METAL WORKERS
GENERAL REPAIRMEN
ELECTRICIANS
ALL AROUND MACHINISTS
High rates paid first class
mechanics. Steady work as
sured. No labor trouble. Phy
sical examination required.
Apply in person or communi
cate at once with factory
employment office.
THE GOODYEAR TIRE AND
RUBBER COMPANY.
AKRON. OHIO.
I ; ■
WANTED—At once; six carpenters,
76c per hour; come ready for work;
none but first class mechanics. Metz
ger Fisher. 2207 N. Seventh St.
WANTED A boy over 16"years for!
store work; references required. Ap-i
j.ly Grand Union Tea Co., 20s North I
Second street.
RAILROAD traffic Inspectors want-]
ed; sllO a month and expenses to |
start; short hours; travel; three
months' home study under guarantee.
We get you position. No age limit;
' ask for booklet N-273, Standard Busi
ness Training Inst., Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTED Laborers and piece j
workers. Apply Paxtang Quarries,
Paxtang, Pa.
MAGAZINE or newspaper solicitors
wanted. State experience and salary
wanted Address P. O. Box No. 117.1,
Harrisburg.
WANTED —Young man, apply at I
once. F. W. Woolworth, 104 Market j
Street. I
WANTED —Boy between 14 to 16
vears of age; can go to continuation!
school. Apply 1610 N. Fifth street.
WANTED —Six neat appearing men :
to fill positions that are now open;]
selling experience preferred, but not;
essential; unless you are a hustler,
end want to earn money do not apply]
111 S. Second St.
SEVERAL experienced news
paper canvassers for out-of
town campaign. Salary and
expenses. Apply
MR. J. C. YOUNG,
' 916 North Sixth Street.
i MOULDER —First class all around]
• | journeyman mechanic, high wages to j
capable and dependable man; closed j
shop conditions; position out of city.
• l State experience in detail and age. |
Address K-SUI2. . I
' WANTED —Experienced newspaper j
I and magazine men to represent largo.
New 1 ork publishing house, Six or-!
. iders per day pays $36 per week. See
IMr Dalesman. 410 Tatriot Bldg.
I MAN wanted for quarry and lime- j
' | stone work. Apply Rutherford Bros.,
| l'axtang. ]
i ! WANTED —Several good carpenters,
•jApply employment office. Central Iron:
• and Steel Co.
STRUCTURAL draftsman; state ex- {
. perience and salary desired; perma- 1
]! nent position in York. Pa.; only first 1
] j class men experienced in building and I
bridge detailing need apply. Address
' | L-5241.
■I I
II AMBITIOUS office man or clerk to
1 i qualify lor responsible accounting po-I
'I sit ion. accepted applicant will work
; I under supervision of certified account-
I ]ar.ts, this is an opportunity to develop
into a salary of $2,50u to $3,000 per
• year, state age, experience and phone
number. Address Box 0-8284 care Tol
i egraph.
[
i WANTED—Two salesmen, prefer
• ence given to men with accounting
, experience or knowledge; must spend j
• two weeks at factory to learn business, i
• State age, experience and reference. |
i Box F-6SCI car Telegraph.
• WANTED —Two young men to learn I
i salesmanship and make S2O per week]
• while learning. See Mr. Datesman, 410 !
II Patriot Bldg. j
• MOULDERS experienced in gray I
iron foundry or general work; rst j
class mechanic; also coremakers or j
11 men with foundry experience; good!
j wages; nonunion shop; 50 miles from <
Harrisburg; no labor troubles; trans-j
Ipirtation allowed; we offer a good;
I proposition to several steady and re-1
| liable men. Address C-8237 care Tel
j egraph. !
j TWO first class mechanics at once. ]
! Apply Susquehanna Motor Co.. 117 S.
I Third St.
' GRASP the opportunity to-day to!
i become an expert mechanic and chauf
fer. We teach you between your!
working hours to become an exp-rt
and for only seven dollars a we-k. ]
Learn a practical trade. Make uppli-'
cation at once. Automobile and Aero
plane Mechanical School, Office 25 N.,
Cameron st.. Harrisburg. Training]
Quarters. 260 S. Front St. Steelton. 1
lIELI* WANTED—FEMALE
i
WANTED '
Experienced saleslady for
coat and suit department,
only those with experience
need apply. Astrich's, 308
Market Street.
WANTED
Competent child's nurse;
(white). Apply with reference
to Box H-5326 care Tele
graph.
WANTED
Experienced knitters. Apply
Harris Hosiery Co., Calder
and Marion Sts.
GIRLS wanted over 16 years;
steady employment. Apply Shearer
Mfg. Co., 208 Hamilton St.
WANTED —Girl for general "house
work; one who is. experienced in cook
ing. Apply 1855 Regina St.
WANTED—White girl for general
housework; no laundry; no children;
good home. Apply 2214 North Second
Street.
WANTED—-Woman, white, with ex
perience in diningroom and first floor j
work by private family, four or five'
days each week, from 7 a. m. to 3
p. in. Address P. O. Box 107, Harris- ]
burg.
WANTED Four neat appearing!
ladies to fill outside position, selling
experience preferred but not essential. I
Must furnish A No. 1 reference; good]
compensation to right party. Apply
114 S. Second.
IV AN TED—Conjpetent stenographer
and general office assistant; lady pre
ferred; opportunity for advancement.
Inquire Bell phone 1354-.1 Dial 8315.
WANTED—A white woman for gen
eral housework in a small family
where she will find a good home. One ;
of middle age preferred; references
required. Apply 2524 Deny st.
WANTED—Experienced and reliable!
colored woman to work in our res-1
taurant; short hours and good pay;
no Sunday work. Apply Harrisburg
Shoe Manufacturing Company. Ver
non Street.
Wanted —Woman demonstra
tor for yarns and bead work.
One capable of giving in
structions in knitting sweat
ers. tarns, scarfs and bead
work on bags, purses and
othei arlides. Apply Bow
man's Employment Bureau,
Fourth Floor.
WANTED—Reliable woman for gen-
I eral housework in small private fain
lily. Apply 1818 Market street or Bell
1 phone 671-R.
WORKING stewardess in charge of
pantry and storeroom. Hotel expert
i once necessary. Good salary. Apply
I Mrs. Houghtaling, assistant manager,
Strath Haven Inn, Swarthmore, Fa.
WANTED—A bead cook; experienc
ed in handling help and feeding largb
numbers, to take general supervision
of diningroom and kitchen and to as
sist with the work. Must bring refer
ence as to honesty and dependability.
Take Riverside car. Call at the Har
risburg Academy office.
WANTED—Robinson & Co., 3d and
I Broad sts., require the services of
| several salesladies for cloak and suit,
millinery, hosiery and underwear
Idepls.; good salary to those of ex
perience; none other need apply.
1
I WANTED —For general housework,
a white girl; good home in family of
]tMo: i oferencc required. Apply 226
| Relly st.
I : 1
WANTED
Experienced knitters. Apply
Harris Hosiery Co., Calder
and Marion sts.
WANTED —A woman for general
' housework, no washing, must know
I how to cook, call any time after 5
o'clock. Pell phone 132-R.
I WANTED —Experienced housekecp
|er, mils' be over 21 years; good
■ wages; apply Alva Hotel, 19 South
j Fourth street.
WANTED
Weavers and learners. Apply
HARRISBURG SILK MILL,
Second and North Streets
| OPERATORS ON UNION SPECIAL
Felling and SleevLng Machines.
I JENNINGS MANUFACTURING CO.,
2012 N. Fourth Street,
IIKLP WANTED—MaIe anil Female
j WANTED —Lady or gentleman for
canvassing; salary or commission. Ap
| ply 1839 North Street. City.
' THOUSAND, men, women, 18 or
1 over now wanted. Government posi
; tions. Railway mail clerks, city car
riers, census clerks, SIIOU-SI6OO yeur;
j vacation: common education suffi
icieut; big chance for soldiers, sailors.
List positions free. Write immediate
ly; urgent. Franklin Institute. Dept.
1413-S. Rochester, N. Y.
j WANTED —Responsible men and
women to handle our accident and
! health insurance policies. Liberal
commissions. Disability benefits range
l'rcin S2O to SIOO per month. Premium
! $1 a month upward. All occupations.
I Also limited policies at $5 and $lO a
"year. National Accident Society, 320
! Broadway, New York City. Establish
jed 31 years.
SALESMEN WANTED
j FERTILIZER SALESMAN WANTED
One of the oldest manufacturers of
I fertilizers, located in Baltimore, Md..
■ desires the services of a livewire,
] hustling, business-getting salesman to
| cover Central and Western Pennsyl
vania for them. They already have a
jwell established business in this sec
-1 tion hut want some one who can hold
I this and get new business. Answer.
! giving details as to past experience.
] u i>, tonnage handled, etc., to Box
IT-823S care Telegraph. Ail replies
will ho considered confidential.
! WANTED— County and local sales
men for sanitary chemical toilets;
' urotitab'.e proposition to capable men.
I Address K, care Telegraph.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
! AN experienced elevator operator
wishes a position. Address Operator,
| this office.
' 1 Continued In Next Column)
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
|UI 1111 n 1111 >. I>n4■ >.l if ; .
i P
I'' . |
\m ' ® •
:m FINDING A POSITION is some- |g
j|s| times a most disheartening task. Just ,
!p|| to rely upon friends, or upon going |ls|i
||M about and making personal applica- pJ\
'UQ tions, often lead to utter discourage- ffl;
tO ment. The quick road to a position is
ffi through the classified. Sometimes this Gh
road requires more than one day to nN ;
travel—but it leads inevitably to the sw
jm desired goal if followed. y^j
in ' ' I
ijjj si
■'i 1
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
WANTED —By reliable chauffeur,
' with private family; expert mechanic,
do owr work; experienced J>n foreign
1 and American cars. Have driven for
! previous employer in America, Europe
and South America. Unquestionable
I references furnished; only reasonable
! I salary asked. For interview address
I H-25 care Telegraph.
; I" *
I SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE
| MIDDLE aged woman wishes posi
tion as nurse; can furnish reference,
j Address L-8289 care Telegraph.
i WOMAN of refinement desires posi
tion as housekeeper in the home of a!
widower or small family. Can furnish
1 1 best of references. Address A. B. care
Ti legraph.
A w oman would like to have day's
work. Call 801 l phone 4586.
EXPERIENCED stenographer and
bookkeeper desires position. Address
I A-S2S7 care Telegraph.
I PRACTICAL nurse wishes position
j caring for invalid or child; can fur
nish best of references. Address
j K-S2SS care Telegraph.
WIDOW desires work as cook or
scrubwoman. Mattie Higgnbotham,
111:10 Cumberland St.
WOMAN wishes nursing to do or
any kind of work. Apply Ella Cooper,
Petrbrook, Pa.
1
WOMAN—Middle age wishes posi
tion as housekeeper for widower or
upstairs work. Can give references.
L-8285 care Telegraph.
' A second-year High school girl
wanting a home; seeks interviews
with those desiring her services. Ad
dress communication to P. O. Box 617.
! YOUNG woman wishes position in
office doing clerical work; has had ex
perience. Addresß Box Z-7672 care
Telegraph.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT
Furnished room; all convenl
enced with privilege of light
housekeeping. Apply 714 Cap
ital Street.
FOR RENT
Furnished room on second
floor; all conveniences. Call
at 807 North Second St.
FOR RENT—Bedroom, sittingroom
and private bath, on second floor, for '
gentlemen; also single room. Inquire
800 North Second St.
I
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; heat; lights
and use of bath; no children. Apply
1549 Walnut St.
ROOMS for rent in desirable loca
tion; immediate possession. Apply at
266 Briggs St.
'■ At 1511 North Sixth street, one large
■second floor, front room; all conveni
ences. Bell phone 3671-W.
, FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms
' for lighthousekeeplng; reference re-
I quired. Inquire 1620 State st.
FOR RENT—-One furnished bedroom
with three windows on second floo r ,
use of bath and phone. Inquire 421
Hummel st. or Bell phone 3644-J.
FURNISHED room for rent; cen-"
trally located. Apply at 9 North Front
street.
FOR RENT—Two completely fur
nished third floor rooms for light |
housekeeping; all conveniences; use'
of bath and -phone. Inquire 2123
Moore street.
k 1 1
FOIt RENT —Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply at 1605
Susquehanna street.
NICELY furnished rooms in an apt.
all improvements; reference required.
309 Walnut st. Inquire 226 N. Third,
millinery store.
TWO furnished bed rooms; all con
veniences; use of phone. Apply 1406
Liberty st.
ELDERLY couple will give work
ing woman a nice room for light
duties. Address Box J-2431 care Tele
' graph. ■
1 FOR RENT—Apartment of two
1 large communicating, unfurnished
1 rooms', one front with three windows;
large hall; closets; fine location; no
i children. Call at 1506 State st. Bell
. phone 2761-W.
NICELY' -FURNISHED BEDROOM—
for gentlemen only. Dial 4990 or 912
North Third street.
NICELY furnished, clean. cool
rooms. $2.50 per week and up. 143
South Third street.
' FOR RENT —Two rooms completely
furnished for light housekeeping. Call
' 1211 Kittatinny St.
UNFURNISHED rooms for rent, 510 i
'iMaelay street; 3 rooms; balcony and j
'use of lath; on second floor; $6 perl
•!week; references required.
1 FOR RENT Furnished front |
• rooms; all conveniences; men prefer
■ red; 1549 State street, cor. 16th st.
i Bell 1476-W.
BOOMS AND BOARD WANTED
WANTED Girl student desires
room and board for work mornings
■ and evenings. Apply School of Com
• merce, 15 South Market Square..
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Three roomed furnished apartment,
private bath, electric light, steam 1
heat' only desirable people need ap- j
• i,ly \1 so two furnished rooms for I
. light housekeeping. 324 Kelly street, j
Bell 1061-M. |
(Continued in Next Column)
APARTMENTS I'OU RENT
FOR RENT—Apartment; four rooms
and bath with all improvements; new
ly done up; adults preferred. 1906 N.
Sixth street.
SUBURBAN up-to-date private hall,
five rooms, including; large size kitch
en and bath; immediate possession;
rent reasonable; desirable location!
See Happle & Swartz, Mechanicsburg,
l J a.
APARTMENTS WANTED
WANTED —A small furnished 01
unfurnished apartment by young mar
ried couple; central location prefer
red; reference given. Address Box
W-S2S6 care Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
BUSINESS LOCATION
West Falrview—2%-story brick, in
heart of town with small out building,
suitable for business of any kind.
Very cheap.
Enola Homes—All imp.; corner
house; Lemoyne homes, all imp.; sin
gle corner; New Cumberland, una
home; at Imp.; Camp Hill, all imp.;
largo lots.
City homes of all kinds; easy terms,
pay us lent; some for cash.
Farms—>-6, 10. 16, 30. to, 75. 96, 126.
and 170-acre farms, from 3 to 12
miles of Harrisburg. Some of these
farms with crops, slock and tools in
cluded. Possession at once.
Market Street—Three-story brick,
store room front, on Hill.
Apartment Houses—One or two cf
the linesl in the city.
Building lots at Camp Hill, Worm
leysburg, Enola, Riverside. Paxtang.
Progress, Belvue. uptown and sev
eral good factory sites.
Investments Several rows of
houses puying big interest.
C. H. CORDEU,
1722 Green Street,
Bell phone 560-J.
/
NORTH Sixteentn; 9 room brick.!
gas; electricity; hot water; steam!
heat; brick garage on premises;'
streets paved front and rear; school I
nearby. E. T. Selig, 920 North Six
teenth.
FOR SALE—At Uockville along
dtlverside Drive, 2-story house, 5
rooms and bath and electric lights,
good garden; garage; lruit; upper and
lower porches 10x25 tect; line liver
view. A. W. Swengel. 2131 N. Second
street. Eell 2575-J.
BUY YOUR HOME on the rental
payment plan. Small cash or Liberty
Bond tirst payment required, balance
as rent. We have houses In every
part of the city and suburbs. Appiv
A. P. Doranz. 1225 North Sixth street.
FOR' SALE On easy terms, 2012
to 2ulß Susquehanna street. Apply A. I
P. Doranz, 1 225 North Sixth.
FOR SALE
2405 Derry St.. 2-story brick; six
rooms and bath; steam heat; electric
light; hardwood lloors; drive alley
on real.
Hummel Ave., Lemoyne; double
frame dwelling; coiner; all improve-
Iments; price very attractive; will sell
I separate.
I 401 Kelker St.; corner Fourth St ;
■apartments and store room; rental
I income S7O per month; price $7,000.
Retail coal and feed business; well
located in a good growing community.
BRINTON-PACKER CO.,
Second and Walput Streets.
Fine residence. North st $20,009 !
Brick property. Camp Hill .... 12,u00i
Paxtang residence 17,0001
12421 N 6th. brick 6,0001
1912 N. Sixth St.. brick 4,500 I
1631 Swatara, lrame 2. 100 I
1943 N1 4th, brick 3 OUu I
Brick building, garage 15,00(11
D. A. CALEY,
Bell 689. 70' Kunkel Bldg.
FOR SALE —On Market street near
13th .a large 3-story brick house; tine
for business or apart.; reasonable
price. A. W. Swengel, 2131 N. Second
st 801 l 2575-J.
FOR SALE—On S. 13tli street, near
Derry, a large 3-story brjek hpuse;
ideal for apartment or business. Ap
ply A. W. Swengel. 2131 N. Second st.
Bell 2575-J.
16TH ST., S„ 20—Eight-room brick
and frame house with all modern im
provements for sale; front porch;
I price $2,850. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market
I Street.
! 15TH ST., S„ 220 —Eight-room frame
house with all modern improvements
! for sale; well located and in Urst class
| repair; price $2,750. J. K. Gipple, 12 ill
] Market Street.
HOHRNER ST.. 120-*-$2,750 will buy!
this 2'zi-story brick and frame dwell
ing; 7 rooms; hath and furnace. J. E.
Gipple, 1251 Market Street.
FOR SALE Bungalow; 5-roonis
water In kitchen; in tlrst class condi
tion; view of river and mountain
good location; lot 68x120; price $1,550
Located at 501 Bessemer st., Steolton
Call or write John Ament. 2.13
Crescent St., City.
FOR SALE—292-294 South Second
street, Highspire. Pa.. tine double
'house; all improvements: will sell
I single or double. Tf you are looking I
for a real bargain see this property
before buying. W. J. Reeves. 224 Mar-1
jket St., Highspire. Dial 9801.
(Continued In Next Column) *
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ,
PAXTANG —, Corner property for'
sale; t; rooms and bath; gas; electric !l
1 ittht: furnace; lot 1)0x125; corner of <
Biisban and Kelso streets. Bell Realty I •
Co.. Bergner Bldg.
CHESTNUT ST., 1918—For sale; 3- 11
story brick house; eight rooms and|!
bath; gas; electric light; steam beat, p
Bell Realty Co., Bergner Bldg.
HOUSE—S3,OOO will purchase a brick !:
house on Sixth street; 8 rooms and!;
bath: ether improvements. Bell Realty >
I Co., Bergner Bldg.
FOR SALE —Two brick houses on
Fourth street in 3200 block; each with i
7 rooms and hath; gas; electric light;
furnace. Bell Realty Co., Bergner 1
Bidg.
, AGATE ST.. 2534—52,000 will pur-:
'chase; brick construction: six rooms |
and both; gas: furnace. Bell Realty]
iCo., Bergner Bldg. j
| FOR SALE —On Green street be-!'
1 twoen Reily and Harris, a 3-story l
; brick house; improvements; 8 rooms]!
land bath; one front and two rear
'porches; cemented cellar; lot 16%x50 '
! to 3-foot alley: A 1 condition; posses-;
Islon, September 1; newly painted. Ad-1
j dross Box W-8240 care Telegraph.
. _ - ,
Real Estate For Sale or Exchange
VACANT —3-story brick corner, on i
Hill; elect, lights; front and side I
Porches; Side yard; cheap to quick I
buyer.
VACANT—3-story frame on Hill; I
porches; nice yard.
VACANT —2 Ms -story brick on Hill;
all improvements; electric lights; j,
porches"; large yard to drive alley.
VACANT—3-story brick on Broad
St.; all imp.
VACANT —North Sixth st., S rooms;
all imp.; side yard; porches; bay win
dows, ? years old.
VACANT—New brick on Hill; 6
rooms; all imp.; porch; newly papered.
FINE large brick house on Derry
street. Several large homes uptown!
and on Hill. Some of thesu homes can ]
be bought with two or three hundred
dollars down, balance as rent. Will
lake light touring ear In exchange on
some of the above homes.
(Ml. CORDER,
1722 Green Street.
Bell phone 560-J
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Fine summer home for
rent during the summer and winter,
located at Swatara Station, one-half
mile from Hershey, Ba. A most desir
able home with beautiful grounds.,
garden, orchard, fruit garage, chicken I
house live acres of land, house partly }
furnished. Walter T. Bradley, owner.]
For particulars and information, ad-1
dress E. M. Hershe.v, attorney, Berg-j
nir Bldg.. Harrisburg, Ba.
FOR RENT —Cottage at Perdlx from !
September 1; furnished up-to-date;!
only n liable people need apply to I
Louis, 411 N. Third St.
FOR RENT Six roomed house]
without improvements; furnished or!
unfurnished; located on coiner of two I
streets in Hill district. Address Box
X-9CIS care Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED —Small house or apart-I
mcnt for man and wife; desirable lo
cation necessary; best of references.
Address Box B-5236 care Telegraph.
I HAVE BUY.ERS —List your prop
erties with me. Chas. Adler, Real Es
tate and Insurance. 1002 North Third j'
Street.
Odices and Store Rooms for Rent
FOR 1. If NT—Two large communi
cating offices, used by physician re-j
cently deceased of old standing, with
or without first door; apartment five |
rooms and bath; on prominent corneri 1
I now under construction. Address'
D-8643 cure Telegraph.
FARMS
Farms for sale; easy terms, with or
without stock and crops.
7% a. near Annville, SSOO.
16 a. 6 mi. to Hershey, $2400.
24 a. near Harper's Tavern. S2IOO.
SO a. near Hershey, S4BOO.
37 a. 16 mi. to iibg., SI6OO.
■lO a. near Urantsviile, s4suO.
6S a. 5 ml. to Hbg., '6500.
77 a. near Harper's Tavern, $4500.
94 a. 16 mi. to Hbg.. slsoo.
110 a. Cumberland Co. SSOOO.
120 a. near Hershey. SBSOO.
160 a. Cumberland Co., S6OOO.
DURAND & FERBER,
11)7 Chestnut St.
SEVERAL SMALL FARMS
Three to ten miles from city.
Price and terms right.
C. H. CORDER,
1722 GREEN STREET.
Bell 560-J.
FARM—9S gores of level limestone
land; line producer. Brick house; bank
barn. Well of never failing water. Lo
cated ten miles from Harrisburg in
Cumberland county-. For further de
scription, call on E. W. Yohn. one of
the administrators of 11. W. Yohn Es
tate, at 13 N. Fourth street. Harris-|
burg. Pa.
|
I FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS ]■
MOTORS FOR SALE
We have me uiiowoi o motors w<-
I are offering lor sale. We guarantee I
j tbese motors to be In lirst-class eon-|
! dttion and cuu make immediate ue- I
j livery.
I One V4H. P. 220 V. 450 R. P. ML I ■
One V* H. P. 230 V. aaU lb B. Al.
One >,i H. P. 22u V. SOU R. P. AL
One "A H. P. 115 V. 800 It. P. AI.
Ono V H. P. 230 V. 370 R. P. AL
One % H. P. 120 V. 275 R. P. AL
One Vi H. P .120 V. 400 R. P. AL
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO.
Printing Binding Designing
Photo-Engraving Die Stamping
Plate Printing
Harrisburg, Pa.
FOR SALE
Hair filled mattress, value S3O.
selling price s2o; Brussels
rug, 9x12, value SSO, sale
price $39. *
FORNWALT'S.
1321 N. SIXTH STREET.
i
FOR SALE
I Dismantelling Harrisburg Reduc
| tion plant. Cameron near Alaclay St.
For sale, boilers, engines, tanks, con
| veyers, pipe, shafting, pulleys hang
i ers. etc., etc. Inquire on premises.
LEBANON ENGINEERING AND
SUPPLY COMPANY.
FOR SALE—Cheap, one large Gothic ,
leaded glass end window. Apply Grace
AI. K. Church, State St.
FOR SALE—Lumber, tubes, tanks,
shafting, hangers, pulleys, belting,
bolts, pipe, etc., dismantling plant.
The Hignspue Distillery Co., Lid., i
Both phones. Highspire. Pa. j
MORRIS SAYS save money ouylng
jnew and second-band furniture here
I High prices paid for furniture. Morris I
jSchmertz. 1018 Market. Bell 4494.
tContinued in Next Column).
J
AUGUST 20, 1919.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS _
FOR SAL. 10—Two bedroom suits;
book case; kitchen cabinet; small
dxk; gas plates, etc.; bargain for
cash. 1622 Market St.
FOR SALE—Gas chandeliers and gas
brackets; gas heater, at 1906 North
Sixth street.
WILL dispose of coal lease and
equipment on Mahanoy creek at Dorn
sifo. If interested address Box 35,
Milton, Pa.
BOOKS Bought ana sold; 20,000
new, old, rare, in utock. Aurand s.
925 North Third. Circulars free.
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR
CASH ALL MAKES RENTED
EXCHANGED
GEO. P. TILLOTSON,
205 LOCUST STREET, OPPOSITE
ORPHEUM THEATER *
BOTH PHONES
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
! DESK room wanted with attorney
lor R. E. man. Address D-8229 care
I Telegraph.
I WANTED—To buy sorrel horse;
IWill pay deposit down; balance in
[weekly payments. Apply 150S Wallace
i Street.
JUNK—We are in the market tor
i all kinds of Junk. Call Bell 4974, or
write L. Cohen w Co., York street and
; Ash avenue.
MAX SMELTZ
I Second hana furniture bought and
[sold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
Bell 107 lit. or drop a postal to Max
Smeltz, 1020 Market street. Will call,
[City or country. Bell pnone 3239-Rl.
BELL PHONE 3370-J
S. RIFKIN,
CLOTHING, SHOES, FURNITURE
BOUGHT AND SOLD
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID.
407 BROAD ST.. HARRIS BURG. PA
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
i - I
| DRUG store for sale in Perry coun- I
jty, ..n account of bad health. Address!
11-8242 care Telegraph.
| LIVE business tor a live man. in
nearby town. Restaurant, confection
ary, cigars. Doing business of $12,000
■ a year or more. Apply A. P. Doranz
I 1225 North Sixth St.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
| SAVE $1 per gal. Paint your home,
[barn, garage, auto or any tiling which
needs paint. Why pay war price on
I paints? 1 can sell you pure lead and I
joil paints at $2 to $2.40 per gal., any!
color. Guaranteed paints in any iuan-!
I tity. I'aints for every purpose. M. T.
Collins, 315* S. Front St. Agency Foi-|
est City I'aint and Varnish Co. j
I STEAM feather renovating; ail ticks
'emptied and new ticks furnished; B.
! J. Campbell, 1000 Paxton St.
A. LAN L
; New and second-hand furniture
bought and sold. Highest prices paid.
! 1022 Market street. Bell 4730-J.
CXY-ACETYLENE WELDING
I Any metal welded. Work guaran
teed. Carbon removed by oxygen.
Capitol City Welding Co., 1538 Logau
(street. Bell 4396-J.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING
First eluss work. Cbilcoat Bros.,
333 Harris street.
QUININE —Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to catch you this
changeable weather. a>uit LAXATIVE
Pt-IOhPHO-QUININK will stave it oil'
if taken in time. Gross Drug Store,
119 Market street.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED—
Single edge. 25c doz., double edge. 35e
; doz., razors, 25c. Gorgas Drug Store,
I FURNITURE CRATED for shipping
iG. A. Bishop. 1736 Logan street.
j DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. H.
CAPLAN CO., 206 Market street.
FINANCIAL
STOCKS AND BONDS.
LOCAL SECURITIES A
SPECIALTY.
J. K. GREENAWALT, JR.,
130 Walnut Street,
Harrisburg, Pa.
Bell Phone 518-J
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY AT NEW LEGAL RATES
The entire cost of
S2O for four month:! is $1.76
S4O for four months is $3.50
S6O lor four months is $5.26
SBO for four months is $7.00
SIOO for four months Is $8.76
Based on four equal monthly
payments one ltionth apart.
Longer time if desired at lit
the extra cost. Shorter time
at less cost. Other amounts
In proportion.
CO-OPERATIVE
LOAN & INVESTMENT CO.,
204 Chestnut Street.
Under State Supervision.
MONEY LOANED—Employes' Loan
Society. Room 206 Bergner Bldg.,
Third and Market streets. "Licensed '
and Bonded by the State."
WE LEND MONEY In compliance
with Act of June 4. 1919. to individu
als in need of ready cash, small loans
a specially, business confidential, pa.
ments t suit borrower's convenience,
positively lowest rates in city.
PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO
| 132 Walnut Street.
MUSICAL
AT J. H. TROUP MUSIC HOUSE.
15 S. Market Square
PIANO BARGAINS THIS WEEK
$325 Livingston, mahogany $l5O
325 Huntington, mahogany 210
350 Weser Bros., mahogany .... 225
350 Weser Bros., muhogany 250
350 Kimball, walnut 250
330 Stieff, mahogany 250
600 Player, SB-note 375
650 Player, 88-note 485
Any of the above bargains on
easy terms of payment.
J. H. TROUP MUSIC HOUSE.
Troup Building,
15 S. Market Square
YOU have made the visit to music
houses, for a special Columbia record,
you have not found It. We have It
Spsngler Music House, 2112 North
Sixth street.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
TOR SALE—High grade horse;
guaranteed sound; safe to ride or
drive anywhere; also runabout; har
ness, saddle and light wagon. Inquire
I. B. Dickinson. 505 N. 13th st Bell
phone 4773R: Dial 4201.
HAULING AND MOVING j
IGCKS Local and long-distance
hauling and storage. 424 Reily. Both
phones.
[ (Continued In Next Column) 1
HAULING AND MOVING
Day and Night Auto Transfe^Bj
WALTER C. CONRAD, Manager
341 Kolker St., Harrisburg, Pa. J&B
Bell Phone 623->V. Dial Phono 351^^H
HEAVY 11AULING—Fully
for furniture, freight and piano
i nig. No distance too far.
j driver. Rain and dustproof body.
|E. Grubcr's Truck Service.
I Aungst, Munager, llershey. Pa.
phone 15R6.
WE Move Anything.
Any time. Price reasonable.
4990. Dayton Cycle Co.. 912 #
Third street.
AUTO HAULING—"LocaI or lonfl
distance. Furniture and piano
a specialty Blue Line Transfer,
Capital street. Both phones.
LOCAL AND
HAULING Furniture
Prompt service. Ernest Corbin,
Calder street. Bulb phones.
3636-J. Dial 3688. Mggj
HAULING—LocaI or long
pianos and safes a specialty.
Beck, successor to O. 11. Beck.
at 1119 Vernon street. Bell 2811-J,
Cher's Livery.
ROOFING
>
PO NOT CONFUSE '
"IIITE'S ELASTIC COATING"
With other CEMENTS that are
applied with a trowel.
"MITE'S ELASTIC COATING" is .
BRUSHED UN like a paint with a
three knot roof brush.
li always ready for use,
requires neither mixing, thinning,
nor heating.
Is easily applied by anyone, in
I any kind of weather, or on any
dry,
"LET ME BUILD YOUR ROOF." >•"
("LET ME PAINT YOUR ROOF." I
'LET ME WEATHERSTRIP YOUR 1
| HOUSE.
IIITE. THE AUCTIONEER. Bell 1875.1
STORAGE
STORAGE—Low rates. Highspire
Distillery Co.. Ltd., Highspire, Pa.
Both phones.
STORAGE—4I9 Broad street, house
hold goods, merchandise. Private
| rooms at reasonable rates. Also haul
ing of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co.
| Both phones.
| STORAGE Private rooms for
| household goods In flrenroof waro
i house, $3 per month and up. Lower
storage rates in non-fireproof ware- J
house. Harrisburg Storage Co., 437- Ji
445 South Second street.
STORAGE—In brick building, reir
•>OB Market, Household goods in clean,
private rooms. Reasonable rates, p.
G. Diener. LOS Market street.
WHERE TO DINE
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
UNDERTAKERS
SAMUEL S. FACXLER, \
FUNERAL DIRECTOR, I
1312 Derry St.
BELL 1956. DIAL 2133
RUDOLPH K. SPICER, ',
Funeral Director and Embalmer. Vl
511 North Second Street.
BELL 25? DIAL 2145
CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE
PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY
Beautifully situated on Market street.
, east of Twenty-sixth, and on the
north and east faces the new park
way. The prices of lots are mode.r
ate* Miller Bros. & Co. Agents.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
We clean old clothes, make them I
new. All kinds of repairing guaran- a
teed. Goodman's. 1306',j North Sixth. •
AUTOMOBILES
V
ATTRACTIVE bargains to quick
buyers in good used cars.
1917 Buick eight, six touring, spare
| tir iDlG Buick. big six touring, spare
tire.
1915 Bulclc, one-ton truck.
1914 Stutz roadster, newly painted,
reasonable.
1917 Euger, turn six, fine shape.
1917 Vim. light delivery.
1914 Overland, model 79. Just over
hauled. Bargain. J
1918 Reo touring, fine running or- ▼
der. at a bargain price.
The above cars will appeal to the ,
overage buyer in the market for a M
good used car. Demonstrations given. ■
CHELESEA AUTO CO.. n
A. Schiffman. Manager. I
FOR SALE —Maxwell car. 1915 mod
el- 5 passenger; cheap; 48 Halm St.
__— l
F'>ll SALE —Empire. 1916 model; 5-
passenger; A 1 condition. 35 N. 12tll
Ist. Bell 659-J.
I i.-ou SALE—Second-hand Dodge
touring ear. '■> ood shape. Ralph
[Kern. Sixth Street. New Cumberland.
CADILLAC; 5-passenger; splendid I
onnrtition; always driven by private J
owner. 217 W. Main St.. Mechanics- ■
burg.
OLD AUTOS 1
tVanted: used, wrecked or oldtimers, ■
in any condition. See mo before sac- 1
rilleing elsewhere. Chelsea A-ita
Wrecking. A. Schiffman. 22. ?.4. 26 ,
North Cameron street. Bell 3633.
WANTED All kinds of used auto
tires We pay highest cash prices.
No Junk H.
Third street. Dial 4990
" AUTOS FOR HIRE
CITY GARAGE
116 STRAWBERRY ST.
New five and seven-passenger
cars for business or pleasure ,
at all hours. nll , M
BELL 2360 DIAL 4914
CANON roadster, 1916; price $250. 1
OverUind touring. 1916 $525; Comet '
Six SHOO. 1918 model. Salesman .
Horst. l.lnglcstown, Pa. I
FORD touring. 17 n° de J: electric J
liclits' runs and pulls lihe new. Price ,
1495 I ash Dial 36-C. S. R. Hoist, i
Llnglcstown. near Harrisburg. |
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
Fire Public Liability. Theft and
collision Phone and representative
will eaU. Chas. Adlcr. 1002 Norm
Third street. "
AUTO RADIATORS of all kinds re
nin red by specialist. Also fenders. J
bmins etc. Best service in town. Har- J
rlsbvi rg Auto Radiator Works. £OS .1
North Third street. 1
WM. PENN GARAGE 1
224-6 Muench street, limousines for 1
funeral parties and balls; careful
drivers; open day and night. Bell
4 664. A
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