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If fm lent Is Uncomfortably High, Sublet a Farilsiei Room and Ease tie Burden
Deaths
EflEltTS—Died suddenly. September
22, 1919, at the Harrisburg Hos
pital, Mr. Seymour S. Eberts, of No.
120 Market Street.
Brief funeral services will be held
at the home of his sister. Mrs. Ben
jamin F. Knipe, No. 326 Hummel
Street, after which the body will be
taken to Bethlehem Lutheran
Church, at Green and Cumberland
Streets, where services will be held
at 2 o'clock. Thursday afternoon.
September 25. Relatives and friends
invited to attend. Burial private in
Mcchanicsburg eemeteryv
FIOKItEE—Mrs. Barbara A. Ferree,
died September 22, 1919, in her 74th
year at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. H. W. Shoemaker, 1932 Park
Street.
Funeral services at the above ad
dress to-morrow evening at 7
o'clock. Burial Thursday at 1
o'clock at York Haven. Pa. Rela
tives and friends invited to attend
■without further notice.
M ART IN—Mrs. Phoebe Martin, wife
of the late Solomon Martin, died on
Sunday. September 21, Eldon, Mo.
Funeral services Wednesday after
noon at 2 o'clock in Unkertaker
Fackler's funeral chapel, 1314 Derry
St., Harrisburg. Interment Harris
burg cemetery. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend with
out further notice.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends, neighbors and relatives who
so kindly assisted us in our recent sad
bereavement. _ _ i
MR. AND MRS. JAMES R. YY ILSQN ,
LOST AND FOUND
LOST —A pearl brooch pin in Mid-,
dletown car or Market Square. Please j
return to 349 N. Front St., Steelton.,
Reward. ' |
LOST—On trolley ear between Har-,
risburg and Mt. Zion cemetery,,
Churchtown .or in the cemetery, a
cameo necklace. $5 reward if re
turned to 20 South 18th St., Harris
burg.
LOST—Large amount of money on
Sunday evening, either on Shiremans
town or Middletown car, or between i
both car lines. Reward if returned 'o
1156 Derry St. j
INSTRUCTIONS j
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 401.
BECKLEY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
121 Market St. Chas. R. Beckley.
HELP WANTED—MALE
WANTED
Car repairmen at P. R. R.
ehops, Harrisburg. Inquire
MASTER MECHANIC'S OFFICE,
Harrisburg.
OR GENERAL FOREMAN'S OFFICE,
Lucknow and Enoia.
WANTED—Experienced auto
repairman. Apply
FEDEIIICK'S GARAGE,
1807-09 N. Seventh St.
WANTED—White boy, 16 years of
age or over, for messenger. Oppor
tunity for advancement. Call in per
son, Room 500, Johnson Bldg., 19 S. 1
Second St.
WANTED—Barber at once, $22 per'
week and commission. Apply F.
Hoover, Third and Muench St.
EARN $5-10 weekly addressing
mailing circulars, spare time at home;
Instructions 10c. Barrett Mailing Co.,
625 28th St., Detroit, Mich.
WANTED—Two young men to
learn stock and time keeping in ma
chine shop. The W. O. Hickok Mfg.
Company.
WANTED—A delivery boy over 16
years of age; must be bright and
come well recommended. Witmer,
Bair & Witmer.
WANTED—At once laborers; good
wages and bonus; for information
call at E. W. Good, Front and Chest
nut Sts., Steelton.
WANTED
Boys (or work in finishing
and bottoming room; must be
over 16 years of age. Apply
DEVrNM A YUNG ED SHOE CO.
Sixteenth and State Sts.
WANTED Experienced grocery
clerk, butcher and chauffeur. Ap
ply with references to S. S. Pom
eroy, Market Square Grocer.
MACHINISTS
First class lathe, milling machine,
dril; press hands, etc. Only thoroughly
competent men experienced on close
and accurate work need apply. First
class open shop on an 8-hour basis;
now working ten hours with time and
one-hull for overtime. Rates up to
75c. Apply by letter to the Employ
ment Manager. Crown Crok and Seul
Co., 1511 Guilford aVe., Baltimore, Md.
YOUNG MEN. 18-35, for railway
mail clerks and mail carriers. $l,lOO
- For free pai Ovulars of examina
tions write It. Terry (former Civil
Service Examiner) 51S Continental
Blag., Washington.
WANTED—Laborers at once; good
wages; steady work and chance tor
advancement. Apply Employment Bu
reau Central Iron and Steel Co.
COMPETENT electrician with
knowledge ol machinery to take cure
of five -cranes in a small open heartn
plant Apply P. O. Box 147, Harris
burg, Pa
(Continued In Next Column)
/ 1 %
Three Desirable Residences
For Sale
i No. 1166 Mulberry St.
3-story brick house; 8 rooms,
bath, pantry and outkitchen; first
floor has oak doors; laundry; front
porch; steam iieat: lot 18x90 ft.
No. 932 Norwood St.
2 % -story detached frame dwell
ing; 8 looms, bath and pantry;
front, side and back porches; gas
and electric light; furnace heat;
lot 40x90 ft.; 25 ft. street in, rear.
No. 623 N. 17th St.
3-story brick corner dwelling;
7 rooms, bath and pantry; hard
wood tloors first floor; steam heat;
electric light; front and back
porches; lot 19x100 ft.
Miller Brothers & Co.
REAL ESTATE INSCUANCK
lOC I ST AND COUIIT STS.
SURETY BONDS
Members II bis. Henl Estate Board
V i
4
MONDAY EVENING,
HELP WANTED—MALE
OPPORTUNITIES
FOR
A large number of inexperi
enced men, ages 18 to 45.
Must be in good physical con
dition; good living wage paid
while learning; stoady work
assured.
Apply in person or communi
cate at once with Factory
Employment Office.
THE GOODYEAR TIRE
AND RUBBER COMPANY,
AKRON. OHIO.
GRASP the opportunity to-day to
become an expert mechanic and chauf
fer. We teach you between your
working hours to become an expert
and for only seven dollars a week.
Learn a practical trade. Make appli
cation at once. Automobile and Aero
plane Mechanical School, Otfice 25 N.
Cameron St.. Harrisburg. Training
Quarters. 260 S. Front St. Steelton.
WANTED—Laborers and contrac- |
tors at the Paxtang quarries. Apply;
Paxtiing Quarries, Paxtang, Pa.
YVANTED—Good all around ma
chinists and toolmakers; good loca- 1
tion and pay. Address X-8U22 care
Telegraph.
BOY over 17 to work in grocery
store in Steelton and deliver, one with
some experience preferred. Address]
B-SSUB care Telegraph.
WANTED Experienced window ]
trimmer and card writer in men's!
clothing and furnishing store, Penn-;
sylvania city of 120,000. Good oppor- '
tunity for right man; must be steady
and reliable; state reference and sal- j
ary l-8018 care Telegraph.
WANTED—Boys over 16 years to!
bale mattresses. United States Matt- '
ress Co., 12th and Herr Sts.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED
F.xperienced sewing machine oper
ators. Regular and pleasant work and
good wages.
We are also employing Inexperi
enced operators who are paid while
learning. A bonus is paid every puy
day to all operators.
BLOUGH MANUFACTURING CO.,
Reily and Fulton Streets ~
—l
WANTED —Young woman experi
enced or to learn shampooing, man
icuring and facial massage; reference
required. Address Mrs. Mary E. Phil
lippy, 209 Kroninberg Bldg., Carlisle.
WANTED—A colored cook; must
have references. Apply 507 N. Front
Street.
YVANTED Experienced colored
girl for general housework in small
family; no washing; good home and
wages for capable girl. Apply at once
226 Seneca St. or call Bell phone
4029 R.
WANTED—Dining room girl at
once; good wages to the right party.
Apply 1102 N. Third St.
WANTED—GirI for general house
work. one who is willing to go to the
country. Apply 1217 North 6th St.
WANTED—Lady, over 21 perferred, ;
pleasing appearance and personality!
for clerical and stenographic position. I
central location. Must have year or;
more experience in stenography and j
office work. References; salary ex-[
pected. Address Box R-8052 care Tele- I
graph. !
WANTED
Experienced operators on power!
sewing machines. beginners paid
while learning. Our business is stead- |
ily increasing and plenty of raw ma- i
terial guarantees steady work.
Ideal work —under ideal conditions,'
in ideal plant.
JENNINGS MFG. CO.,
2012 N. Fourth St.
WANTED
Weavers and learners. Apply
HARRISBURG SILK MILL
Second and North Streets
WANTED—GirIs over 16 years of;
age to work in candy factory. Apply
D. Bacon Co., 341 S. Cameron St.
WANTED
Reliable woman for general |
housework. Address Box
C888 earc Telegraph.
WANTED
P-B-X
OPERATOR
Must he experienced and com
petent. Address Box M-BU47'
.are Telegraph.
I ;
WANTED Five bright, capable ladies
to travel, demonstrate and sell deal-,
[irk. $25 to $5O per. week. Railroad i
fare paid. Write at once- Goodrich i
I Drug Co.. Dept. 858,.Omaha, Neb.
GOOD WAGES FOR HOME WORK j
We m ed you to make socks on the I
fast, easily learned auto knitter. Ex
perience unnecessary. Distance ini-;
I material. Postiveiy no canvassing.
Yarn supplied. Particulars 2c stamp.
, Depl 1 'H-C. Auto Knitter Co., Buf-j
, fain, X. Y. _
WANTED —Middle aged white cr
! colored woman as cook, with refer
-1 ence. Apply 2617 N. Front St.
i
WANTED—GirIs In all departments
in laundry. Apply Palace Steam Laun
-1 dry, 2103 Loffan St.
WANTED —Experienced girl for
cooking and general housework in
family of three adults: no washing.
Also experienced woman for day's
work; sleep at home. Call 1006 North
, Third St.
A family of two adults would liko
to secure the company of a refined
lady who can furnish her own bed
room end board. Age 40 to 50 years.
Comfortable, pleasant homo to right
party. Address C-8012 or phone Bell
543 M. 4555 Dial.
I . (Continued in Next Column)
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED!
Our business is steadily in
creasing and we need experi
enced stitching room opera
tors, also girls to learn. If
you are a vamper, folder -or
skiver, and want steady em
ployment at good pay for a
48-hour week, we can put you
at work at once. If you can
operate a power machine and
and want to work shorter
hours than at present at your
present pay, or more, get in
touch with us. We also have
excellent openings for learn
ers who want to become skill
ed shoe operators. There isn't
a better place to work in Har
rlsburg than our tactory and
we arc making it better every
day. Don't answer this adver
tisement if you cannot be de
pended on to work steady or
conscientiously.
HARRISBURG SHOE M'F'G. CO..
1408 Vernon Street.
WANTED—GirI or woman for gen
eral housework; no washing. Call
Bell phone 2316 mornings.
WANTED Middle aged white
woman for househeeper in family of
three. Call Bell phone 47.
YVANTED—GirIs at the Modern
Textile Co., 1815-1825 Penn St., to
work on power machines; light pleas
ant employment. Apply immediately.
YOUNG woman wanted for general
housework; small family; good
wages: no washing. Call 1723 Forster
.44. Beli 158 lit.
CENSUS CLERKS, (men. women I.
4 000 needed. $95 month. Age 18-59.
Experience unnecessary. Examina
tions Harrisburg. Oct. IS. For free
particulars write Raymond Terry,
(former government examiner), f>lB
Continental Bldg., Washington.
WANTED—An experienced and
rapid stenographer. Gannett, Seelye
& llemy, 2U4 Locust St.
YY'ANTED—Operators and learners,
and girls to do other kind of work;
good pay. Apply Shearer's Mfg. Co.,
308 Hamilton St.
WANTED—A woman for general
housework. Apply between 7.30 and
8.30 p .m. at 1017 North Front St.,
second floor apartment.
YVANTED—Dining room girl, and
hotel or short order cook. Apply to
O. E. Humer, Hotel Marietta, Mari
etta, Pa.
WANTKD—GirI or woman for gen
eral housework. Apply .121 N. Sixth I,
St. or call Dial phone 5809.
WANTKD
Operators on plain sewing ma-!
chines. Learners taken. We will guai-!
antee all operators a certain wage 1
each week. We pay the best prices in ■
the city on our work and also 15 per
cent- to 20 per cent, on what you
earn. We work 50 hours per week and
pay every Saturday. Apply Harrisbuig
Apparel Co., Sixth and Herr Sts., City-
Star Laundry Bldg., Third Floor.
WANTED
Reliable woman for general
housework —onlv two in fam
ily. Address Box N-8034 care
Telegraph or ring Bell phone
3514.1.
HELP WANTED—MuIe and Female
THOUSAND, men, women, 18 or
over now wanted. Government posi
tions. Railway mail clerks, city car
riers, census clerks, $llOO-81600 year;!
vucation: common education suffl- !
cient; big chance for soldiers, sailors.
List positions free. Write immediate- I
ly; urgent. I?ranklin Institute, Dept.
413-S, Rochester, N. Y.
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMEN —W i - .or list of open-,
ings and full particulars. Earn $2,000:
to $lO,OOO yearly. Big demand for men.
; Inexperienced or experienced. City or
traveling. Nat'l Salesmen's Tr. Assn.
Dept. 603, Chicago. j
AGENTS WANTED
$3.50 per day paid one man or'
woman in each town to distribute
free circulars lor Economy Non-Al-i
ccholic Flavoring. Permanent posi-1
! tion. F. K. Barr Co., Chicago.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
; MAN wants work by the day or to 1
work for a piitate family. Apply 6271
| Forster St.
I WANTED—Position as chauffeur or,
! truck driver, by young man expert-!
!enced. Address P. O. Box 491, City.
WANTED —By experienced an i i
capable man, position as office man
ii.gt r or head bookkeeper. Best refer
ences. Address L-5043 care Telegraph.
WANTED —By colored man. posi
j tion us janitor. Inquire J. W. Whiting, j
t>s4 Pi imrose St.
j SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE |
I —— |
YOUNG girl wishes position in of- i
! fice, lias had experience doing clerical
I work; can furnish reference. Address!
Box Z-8001 care Telegraph.
I DRESSMAKER, experienced, wishes
day's work; good titter; up-to-date!
I style. Address 0-7598 care Telegraph. I
1 COLORED cook, middle aged de
| sires position in private family. Caul
j furnish best of reference. Address,
; B ix W• 8050 care Telegraph.
| WANTED—By experienced dress-1
; maker, sewing to do home. Apply
13U0 N. Sixth St.
WANTED —Day's work by white I
woman. Can furnish reference. Call'
! 21 13th St., between 5 and 9 even- .
; ings. |
, ~
' REFINED AND EXPERI
ENCED LADY WOULD
! LIKE A POSITION WITH
RELIABLE FIRM. SOLICIT- i
i ING BUSINESS WITHIN A !
RADIUS OF 50 TO 60 MILES
OF HARRISBURG. ADDRESS
FOR INTERVIEW. P. O. BOX
813, Harrisburg, Pa.
ROOMS FOR RENT
|
I UNFURNISHED housekeeping
! rooms with communicating kitch
enette. large airy outside; strictly
• private; stoves furnished free;
! laundry, phone and bath room privi
leges; weekly payments; dally tnspec
j tion invited. 429 Broad St.
! FOR RENT—Four .unfurnished, nice
'big rooms, good location; use of
! truth. Apply 635 Boas St.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished
! rooms for light housekeeping; use of
Ibath and phone. Call Bell 15U4M.
| itoslinufd In Next Column;
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
ANY REASONABLY - PRICED
house or apartment may be rented
through an inexpensive classified 'ad
vertising campaign. Test the matter.
The "risk" involved is so small that
few people would dignify it by that
name.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms
on second floor, bed room and room
suitable for dining room and kitch
enette. Call Bell 466 R.
FOR RENT Furnished second
floor, front room; all conveniences,
suitable for gentleman. 215 Briggs
St. Call between 5 and 7 p. m.
FOR RENT—Two or three unfur
nished rooms on second floor with
privilege of light housekeeping; con
veniences; beautiful residential sec
tion. Address 41-8948 care Telegraph.
FOR RENT —Large well furnished
bed room, with board, gentlemen pre
ferred. Inquire 2709 N. Sixth St.
UNFURNISHED large front room
for rent, second floor, for light house
keeping steam heat. 1321 North 6th
Street.
FOR RENT —Second floor room with
all conveniences and use of phone;
gentleman preferred. Apply 194 Wal
nut St.
FOR RENT —Desirable furnished
room for housekeeping; all improve
ments; desirable adults only need ap
ply. Beli phone 1372 R.
1525 Wallace St., two furnished
rooms on third floor, for light house
keeping; all conveniences. Apply at
above address.
WANTED—Man and wife to live
with an elderly lady as companions;
all privileges for light housekeeping;
rent reasonable. Apply 927 Grand St. |
KOI: RENT—Two furnished rooms!
for light housekeeping with kitchen-'
cite, and one room suitable for muni
and wife or one gentleman, use of i
buth and phone. Apply 926 North i
Third St.
NICELY furnished, clean, cool
rooms. $2.50 per week and up. 142
South Third street.
ROOMS FOR MEN
THREE congenial men can secure
a comfortable and pleasant home in
good neighborhood, centrally located.
Private suite, second floor, bed rooms,
library and bath. Also third floor
front room, well furnished for a
gentleman. Apply to Housing Bureau.
Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce,
Room 205, Dauphin Building.
FOR RENT —One or two nicely fur
nished bed rooms with private bath;
ail modern conveniences; use of
phone. Inquire 815 Norfh 17th St.
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED—A commodious room for
exemplary young man of high pro
fession. Preferubly on first floor with
private family. Rooms, however,
elsewhere and on other floors con
sidered if environment is agreeable.
A.ddress Box O-BEO9 care Telegraph,
or Bell 4854.
WANTED—Three rooms with bath;
centrally located; furnished or unfur
nished. Address Box E-8216 care
i Telegraph.
APARTMENTS \\ ANTED
WANTED —An apartment of four.
! five or six furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; state location and
: price to Box X-8021 care Telegraph.
j,
WANTED
| Small furnished apartment
of two or three rooms, first
floor front, can furnish best
of references. Call 412 Market
St., or Bell 154UW.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
APARTMENT FOR RENT—IIOI N. I
Sixth St., all modern conveniences;!
citv Steam heat: phone and bath; Ap- ]
ply Louis. 414 N. Third St.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE
1911 Susquehanna; 3-story brick; 8
rooms; bath: front and back porches.
2044 Susquehanna; 3-story brick; 8
rooms and bath; front and back
porches; possession soon after thereof.
2207 Logan St.. 214-story brick, 8
rooms and front and back
porches.
674 Schuylkill St.; 7 rooms; bath;
hot water heat; electric.
308 Lewis St.; 2 Vfc-story brick;
new house; 8 rooms and bath; posses
sion October 1.
D. E. LUCAS,
Real Estate and Ins. 303 Lewis St.
IF YOU are seeking a home in city
or suburb, we are sure of getting it
for you, just state your location, price
and terms on which you wish to stip
ulate in buying your home. Salinger
'& Miller, 44 Union Trust Bldg.. Bell
phone 2769.
?21 Herr; 8-room house; all lm
iprovements; In A 1 condition; bar
gain It sold before October 1. Apply
824 Reily St.
FOR PALE —3-story brick house,
long lot, side entrance, on North 6th
St.. possession October 1. Inquire A.
W. Swengel, 2131 North Second St.
ATTENTION. BUILDERS
We have several plots of land at
PaxtanK. suitable for building opera
tions. Prices right.
Locations none better. Purchasers
1 for homes plentiful.
ROHRER & SON,
211 Bergiger Building,
; Real Estate and General Insurance.
I (Continued iu Next Column!
I
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE
POSSESSION 30 DAYS' NOTICE
N. 15th St., 227. 3-story bk., all
imp $5200
Sylvan Terrace, 147, 3-story bk.,
all imp 4000
Park St.. 1700 block. 2 Vi -story
brick, all imp. 3500
Camby St., 2805, Penlirook, 2 V -
story fr.. all imp 2559
Near Penbrook, 8-room bk.,
large lot. bargain 3500
409 I lock. Woodbine, 3-story bk.,
all imp 3309
400 Maclay St., 3-story bk.. ail
imp 4600
16oa block, 6th St., 3-story bk.,
all imp., garage 6290
2700 block, 6th St., 3-story bk.,
all imp 42)0
344 Pine St., Steelton, imp.. 216-
story frame 2300
340 Pine St.. Steelton, corner, all
imp.,- 2'/6-stor.v frame 3090
Penbrook. double frame house,
one acre, garage, one block
from trolley, a big bargain... 4800
Penbrook, two houses. large
frame house and large lot,
close to trolley. See this prop
erty. only 4000
Other improved properties and
farms.
CHARLES DA VIES.
1549 State St., cor. 16tli St.
Bell 4162 R. Dial 4910
BRICK HOUSE—Logan St.. below
Peffor Street; 8 rooms and bath. Pos
session fifteen days. $5O down. $25
per month.
WOODBINE STREET—B rooms and
bath; electric light; papered arrl
painted new. $5O down; $25 per
month.
LOUIS B. COHEN.
31 North Second Street,
Bell phone 3057J
HOUSES for sale in Highspire at a
bargain. YY'. J. Reeves. 224 Market St.,
I Highspire, 9801.
FOR SALE
! House, 6 rooms, lot 60x120, fruit,
grand view, terrace, no reasonable
offer refused. Rent $l2, Possession
; given immediately. John Y'ingst,
' Front and Cumberland Sts.
I
[ FOP. SALE—2SI North Street, 3-
1 story brick dwelling house; 11 rooms,
hath, hot and cold water, furnace,
good property to convert into apart
ments. Can be seen by appointment.
Price at this office only. M. A. Fought,
i 272 North St. '
FOR SALE 2309 North Thlcl
• Street, cottage, 9 rooms and bath;
1 hardwood noors; hot- water heat. Beli
j phone 1146 M.
BUY YOUR HOME on the rental
' payment plan. Small cash or Liberty
! Bond first payment required, balance
!as rent. YVe have houses in every
! part of the city and suburbs. Apply
;A. P. Doranz. 1225 North Sixth street.
FOR SALE —8-room house, all im
provements; A 1 condition; ID-foot
drive alley. Bargain to quick buyer
If sold before October 1. Bell 1061 M.
HOMES for colored families— Two
three-story bricks on Reily St. with
all improvements. 2%-story frame on
Peffer St. 3-story brick with front
porch on Penn St. 2%-Btory frame on
Wallace St., good location. 2Vfc-story
frame on Calder St. Send for list and
diacriptlon to
LINCOLN REALTY CO..
1129 N. Seventh St.
FOR SALE —Hunter St., 1510, single
3-story frame, 8 rooms and bath, all
improvements, double garage on rear,
paved street. Address X, care Tele
graph.
THREE mercantile buildings, well
located in growing business sections.
Prices right and terms to suit. D. A.
Caley, 707 Kunkel Bldg. Bell 589.
FOR SALE—I64O Catherine Street;
Vacant 6 room, modern brick house.
Price $3,000. Terms.
FOR SALE —Brick house, corner lo
cation, six rooms and bath, newly
papered. all improvements, near
Shimmell school. Price $3,100, easy
payments. Address Box P. O. 568,
Harrisburg, Pa.
NAUDAIN ST.. 1412 Three-story
brick house for sale at $2,650; 8
rooms and bath, gas, furnace. In
spect it. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
Building.
18TH ST., N.. 83 —Brick house, 8
rdoms and bath; also other improve
ments; desirable location. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
HOUSE —$2,200 will purchase a
dwelling with 8 rooms and bath, gas,
furnace and cemented cellar. Bell
Reftlty Co., Bergner Building.
HOUSE —Vacant property, corner
Sixteenth and State streets; brick
construction; 9 rooms and bath;
brick garage. Bell Realty Co., Berg
ner' Building.
DERBY ST., 2919 Three-story
brick house with all modern conven
iences, including steam heat, for sale;
drive alley on rear. Bell Realty Co.,
Bergner Building.
17TH ST., S., 542 Three-story
brick house with 9 rooms and bath,
in good repair; easy terms; price,
$3,600. J. E. Gipple, 1251 Market
street.
14TH ST., N., 26 Modern 9-room
frame house and two-story frame
house in rear, fronting on Brady
street; price for both, $4,000. A very
good purchase. J. E. Gipple, 1251
Market street.
AVEST END OF CITY —Three-story
brick, store and apartment house;
steam heated and electric light;
practically new; price upon inquiry.
Inspection by appointment. J. E.
Gipple, 1251 Market street.
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REAL ESTATE FOlt SALE
*
"IF IT'S REAL ESTATE
SEE SANDERLIN"
MOVE AT ONCE
STATE ST.. 1131—NEW; VACANT;
3-story stucco, nine rooms and bath,
steam heat; gas and electricity; front
and rear porches; balcony and root
garden; cement cellar; the best of lo
cation for u looming house; $5OO cash;
balance In monthly payments.
I 17TH AND PAXTON STS.— NEW;
; VACANT, 2V6-story; six rooms and
bath; hardwood floors; steam heat;
gas and electricity; front and rear
porches; side entrance, with a nice big
yard; can be bought with a small
amount down; balance same as rent.
' Maltaptongo St., 618 —3-story brick;
. S rooms and bath; all improvements;
[nice front porch; shade trees; h' ce
'Lack yard; small amount down, bal
ance surne as rent.
| DERRY ST., 2143 —3-story brick;!
[9 rooms and bath; gas and electricity;
I all modern improvements; nice front
and buck porches; cement cellar; a
very nice home; can be bought with
' $5OO cash.
D. ASA SANDERLIN,
Room 1, Security Trust Building .
B.n m'.' NORT " TH,BD wi
I
I BELI.EVUE ROAD—I9SO. 2-story
! brick; modern and cozy; built 191.>;
frcnt and back porches; nice lot;
drive alley at rear. Owner leaving'
city. Price reduced to make quicK ,
sale. Geo. W. Jacobs, 17 N. Third St.
j Bell 1539.
LINCOLN REALTY CO. ' |
Reily St. 3-story brick with all mod
[ern improvements.
Buy a home on Boyd street, terms j
are easy and the price is right. 1
Don't pay rent when you can buy |
l on easy terms.
1129 N. 7th Street.
| SUBURBAN home, 6 room house, |
1 slate roof, electricity and gas, two,
; chicken houses, one fare from city.,
j 197 Chestnut St.. near Front St. j
HOUSE for sale. A new. 2-story!
I brick, 6 rooms and bath, all modern;
' conveniences, 23d and Derry. Inquire]
N. H. Downin. 518 A S. 13th. Beil
' 2C62R.
I
FOR SALE—One of the finest homes
in Highspire, right in the business!
'section. 15 rooms, brick, solid walnut,
"sash, French plate glass, suitable for
bunk or other business. Rent $4O per
month. Will sell for almost half or
what it would cost to build or will ex
change for a good farm. Inquire W. J.
[Reeves. 224 Market St., Highspire, Pa.
! Dial 9fCl. t
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j v REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
i-
I FOR RENT —Furnished house; six
'rooms and bath; all conveniences near
18th and Market St. Address Box
M-5037 care Telegraph.
| FOR RENT—Cottage at Perdix from
I September 1; furnished up-to-date;
jonly reliable people need apply to
| Louis. 414 N. Third St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
READY' buyers, list your farm and
houses with me. M. Zoll, Real Estate
and Insurance, Steelton. Dial.
I 1 HAVE BUYERS—List your prop
erties with me. Chas. Adlor, Real Es
tate and Insurance, 10u2 North Third
' | Street.
FARMS
96-scre farm, 10 miles N. E. Hbg.,
i level, good bldgs., fruit, creek water.
I Will sell stock and tools,
j 75-acre farm, 2% miles N. Hbg., 8
j l oom brick house, all city imp., in
! beautiful lawn, large barn,
j 30-aero farm. 5 miles N. Hbg., 8-
room house, stable, etc., 6-acre wood
; land, 100 fruit trees, will sell or trade
'on city property, one mile to trolley,
It. R. and State road.
[ IC-acrc farm, 26 miles N. Hbg.,
creek water.
16-acre farm, 2 Y6-miles N. Hbg.,
I good bldgs.
5-acre farm near West Fairview,
steam beat and electricity.
45-acre farm, 8 miles S. Hbg., good
buildings.
150-aere farm, 1% miles S. Lewis
berry, very cheap.
| 75-acre farm, one mile to New Cum-
I berlcna.
C. H. CORDER, 1722 Green St.
Bell phone 560 J.
FARMS FOR SALE
71 acres; all good buildings. $2959;
45 acres near street car; all .build
ings 'is4soo
c.n acres fat land; building ...$2500 1
100 acres. This is a high grade 1
farm: land and buildings $5OOO
We would \ike to sell these above
farms very soon. They are all worth
a higher price. Look them over. C. B.
Care & Son, Care's Grocery, Linglea
town. or 409 Market St., Harrisburg.
DAIRY farm for sale. Apply to
William Schultz. Pine Grove, Schuyl
kill county. Pa.
FOR SALE—7S-acre farm. Price
$4,500. Rich sandy quality. Inquire of
H. M. Hartz, Real Estate Broker, Pal
myra, Pa.
FOR SALE—9S-acre farm; 75 acres
clear, land in good state of cultiva
tion, good buildings, all the best kind
of implements, all crops, 40 tons of
hay, wheot, corn and potatoes, stock 12
head of cattle, 2 horses, 2 mules, hogs
and poultry. Price $7,200. 107 Chestnut
St. near Front St.
SEVERAL SMALL FARMS '
Three to ten miles from city.
Price and terms right
C. H. CORDER,
1722 GREEN STREET.
Bell 560-J.
FOR SALE—Farm 115 acres, 10
minutes walk to trolley, 3 miles from
Harrisburg, 8 room house, large bank
barn. silo, all necessary outbuildings,
1,000 ft. Conodoguinet creek frontage,
bungalow sites, well water and spring
lots of fruit, the best of Boil for
trucking. Price only $ll5 per acre.
Look this farm over, it has higher
values; reasonable terms. Charles
Davies, 1549 State street, Harrisburg.
Bell 4162 R. Dial 4930.
FOR SALE —2 acre truck patch In
Shiremanstown, one block from trol
ley, frame house, two porches, city
water, good barn, hog pen, chicken
house, a dandy place in fine shape.
F. S. Mumma & Son. Mechanlcsburg.
42-acre farm; 10 room house and
good bank barn: very good soil; one
'half cash; price $3,100. 107 Chestnut
near Front St.
FARMS WANTED
WANTED—To buy good farm not
too far from city; atate lowest price
and terms In first letter. Address
H-8244 care Telegraph.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE —Lumber, tubes, tankr
shafting, hangers, pulleys, belting
bolts, pipe, etc., dismantling plant.
The Hlghsplre Distillery Co., Ltd..
Both phones. Hlghsplre, Pa.
(Continued ' Next Col*
SEPTEMBER 22, 1919.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS |
CENTRAL FURNISHING CO..
324 REILY ST.
On account of rebuilding a ware
house, we are going to sell 75 good
ranges, heaters and cook stoves at a
low figure, also a big reduction in
furniture and floor coverings. One.
trial will convince you. Call Bell
phone 1061 M.
MODEL printing press worth $2O.
First $5 takes it. 1321 N. 6th St.
GUNS, GUNS
One double barrel, 12 gauge ham
mer gun, $12.50.
One single barrel. 12 gauge gun, $B.
One Colt's automatic revolver, 32-1
caliber. $l2.
All are in good condition. 1321 N.
Sixth St. I
IRON bed, spring and mattress, $5.!
1321 N. Sixth St. j
FOR SALE—A singer sewing ma
chine with drop head, oak hall chair,
| mahogany desk with two drawers
i and a mahogany divan. 2208 North
Third St., first floor.
FOR SALE
Natural mahogany Sheraton dining
room suite; mahogany rockers, chairs,
table, etc.; small bed, refrigerator;
Haviland china dinner set, silverware,
etc., rugs of all sizes, Anglo-Persian.
Brussels, etc. Private sale, Thursday, j
September 25, 2129 Green St. I
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR
CASH ALL MAKES RENTED -
EXCHANGED
GEO. P. TILLOTSON.
$O5 LOCUST STREET, OPPOSITE
ORPHEUM THEATER
j BOTH PHONES
! AFPLES! APPLES! APPLES!
I Grimes' golden, smokehouse, Bald
l wins, Pound, York Imperial, Ben
|Davis, Dominee and other varieties,
i tor sale at the orchard in small or
i large quantities. Sprayed, fertilized
'and cultivated fruit, IY6 miles soutn
iof Lee's Cross Roads. Cumberland
! County, good roads to the orchard. No
j shipping. D. L Allen.
i FOR SALE —binmg room suit, good
as new; fumed oak, six chairs, table,
! large china cabinet, buffet and tea
1 wagon. Will sacrifice at $130.00. Ad
! dress P. O. Box 068, City.
i FOR SALE —Good coal range nicely
trimmed with nickel, price $l5 for
I quick sale. Inquire 313 bifth St., Now
'Cumberland, Pa- ______
I FOR SALE —Ice chest, good as new;
;uscd two months. Edwin Asure, 1911
i Fulton St.
FURS—Lady will sacrifice hand
some set Hudson seal furs, latest stole
land muff; new, never worn, will sell
lor $2l. Also latest style seal cape,
j 34 4V6 Chestnut St.
BOOKS Bought and sold; 20.000
new. old, rare. In stock. Aurand s,
925 North Third. Circulars tree.
MOTORS FOR SALE
I We have the following motors we
lire offering for sale. YVe guarantee
: these motors to be in first-class con-
Idition and can make immediate de
liVOne VS H. P. 220 V. 450 R. P. M.
One % H P. 220 V. 380 R. P. M.
One U H P. 220 V. 800 R. P. M-
Onl Yi H P. 115 V. 800 R. P. M.
Onl >4 H. P. 220 V. 370 R. P. M.
One Y4 H. P. 120 V. 275 R. P. M.
One >i H P. 120 V. 400 R. P. M.
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO..
Printing Binding Designing
Photo-Engraving Die Stamping
Plate Printing.
Harrisburg, Pa.
!
FOR PALE
One white Iron bed, one good
mattress, spring, complete
$25; one 6x9 Crex rug $9.00.
FORNWALT.
1221 North Sixth Street.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying
new and second-hand furniture here.
Hlsh prices paid for furniture. Morris
Schmortz, 1018 Market. Bell 4 494.
WA.NTKP —MISCIiLLAiVIiOIJS
WANTED —To buy a secondhand
wardrobe; state size and price. Ad
dress Box S-5246 care Telegraph.
WANTED TO BUY
AN OLD FASHIONED FLINT LOCK
RIFLE, FULL LENGTH, CURLY MA
PLE STOCK AND BRASS MOUNTED.
A. G. CLYNE.
PARAGOULD. ARK.
WANTED —Two horse road scrap
per. Call Bell phone 40J.
JUNK—We are in the market for
all Kinds of Junk. Call Bell 4974, or
write L Cohen & Co., York street and
Ash avenue.
MAX SMELTZ
Second hand furniture bought and
sold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
Bell 1071 R. or drop a postal to Max
Smeltz, 1020 Market street. Will call,
City or country. Bell phone 3239-Rl.
BELL PHONE 2370-J
8. RIFKIN.
CLOTHING. SHOES, FURNITURE.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
HidHEST CASH PRICES PAID.
407 BROAD ST.. HARRIS BURG, PA
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
HARRISBURGS
REAL ESTATE BUREAU
CONSULT US.
BACKENSTOSS REALTY
CO.
331 MARKET STREET.
GARAGE FOR SALE
Doing wonderful business,
employing from 4 to 5 repair
men steady; gt>od reason for
selling. Address Box M-6289
care Telegraph.
FOR SALE —A fully equipped gar
age near Harrisburg, located on the
State Highway, between two very
important points of interest. A stand
thai is well patronized. Address Box
S-7597 care Telegraph.
I want a partner in an established,
growing business; $lOO required. No
fake, but a real business. Very low
rent. Address Box G-9043 care Tele
graph.
FOR SALE—Electric rights of
Duuphin county; good opportunity "o
start in business for yourself at one*.
Address X-8051 care Telegraph.
LIVE business for a live man, in
nearby town. Restaurant, confection
ery, cigars. Doing business of $42,000
a year or more. Apply A. P. Doranx,
1125 North Sixth St.
- FOR SALE
An Interest In coal dredging
plant- Addreas P. O. Box 1172.
BUSINESS PERSONALS h
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED—
61ngle edge, 25c doz., double edge, 85c
doz., razore, 25c. Uorgas Drug Store,
FURNITURE CRATED. J. iC T
Bishop, 1736 Logan Street. Bell 2632 R.
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING
Any meta! welded. Work guaran
teed. Carbon removed by oxygen.
Capitol City Welding Co., 1538 Logap
street. Bell 4396-J.
PAPF.RHANGING AND PAINTINU
First class work. Chllcoat Bros.,
833 Harris street.
QUININE —Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to catch you this
changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE a
PHOSPHO-QUININE will slave It off A
if taken in time. Gross Drug Store,
119 Market street.
DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. H.
CAPLAN CO.. 206 Market street. v
A. LANE * ,
New and secona-hand furniture
bought and sold. Highest prices paid.
1022 Market street. Bell 4730-J.
MUSICAL
KIMBALL piano, mahogany case,'
used very little, cheap for cash. Ad
dress Box L-89U4 care Telegraph.
VIOLINS. MANDOLINS. GUITARS,'
BANJOS, Band and Orchestra Instru
ments promptly and carefully repair
! ed. OYLEU'S, 14 South Fourth street.
. t
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
carefully repaired by an expert only.
OYLER'S, 14 South Fourth street
YOU have made the visit to musto
houses, for a special Columbia record, J
you have not found it We have it.
Spangler Music House. 2112 North
Sixth street.
I •
FINANCIAL
STOCKS AND BONDS.
LOCAL SECURITIES A
SPECIALTY.
J. K. GREENAWALT, JR.
130 Walnut Street,
Harrlsburg, Pa. 'j
Bell Phone 518-J.
MONEY TO LOAN
BUY COAL NOW
With our money and Insure
your comfort next winter. Pay
us back in convenient month
ly payments. Charges reason
able —only three and one-balf
per cent, per month on bal
ances. No other charges of
any kind.
CO-OPERATIVE
LOAN AND' INVESTMENT CO..
204 Chestnut St
WE LEND MONEY in compliance
with Act of June 4. 1919, to individu
als in need of rer.dy cash, small Jeans '•
\ a specialty, business confidential, pay
ments to suit borrower's convenience.
! positively lowest rates in city.
I PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO.,
132 Walnut Street
MONEY LOANED —Employes' Loan
Society, Room 206 Bergner Bldg.,
Third and Market streets. "Licensed
and Bonded by the State."
STORAGE
FOR storage, two clean, dry rooms,
tent reasonable. Inquire 1409 Swa-8
tara St
STORAGE —419 Broad street house
hold goods, merchandise. Private
looms at reasonable ratiw. Also haul
ing ol all kinds. D. Cooper & Co >
Hoth phones.
STORAGE Private rooms for
household goods in fireproof ware
house, $3 per month and up. Lowef
storage rates in non-lireproof ware
| house. Harrisburg Storage Co., 437-
I 445 South Second street
| STORAGE Low rates. Highspire
I Distillery Co., Ltd., Highspire, Pa.
i Both phones.
;
j STORAGE —In brick building, rear
I 408 Market. Household goods in clean,
: private rooms. Reasonable rates, p.
(I. Diener. 408 Markt street.
HAULING AND MOVING
BECK & HARRIS, local and long v
1 distance haulers, furniture, machin
ery, pianos and safe moving a spe
cialty. Bell phone 2418. Dial 3283 or
call at Ober's Garage.
AUTO HAULING Local or long
distance. Furnituie and piano moving
a specialty. Blue Line Transfer, Jl7
Capital street. Both phones.
! HEAVY HAULING —Fully equipped
i for furniture, treight and piano mov
ing No distance too far. Careful
driver. Rain and dustproof body. J.
Ie Urubei's Truck Service. Irwin
! Aungst, Manager, Hershey, Pa. Bell
! phone 15R6.
Day and Night Auto Transfer
WALTER C. CONRAD, Manager, ■i
241 Kelker St., Harrlsburg, Pa.
Bell Phone 623-W. Dial Phone 3518
HICKS Local and long-distance
hauling and storage. 424 Reily. Both
phones.
WE Move Anything. Anywhere.
Any time Price reasonable. Dial
4990. Dayton Cycla Co., 912 North
Third street.
PAUL BECK general hauling, local
and long distance, making a specialty
of furniture, piano and safe moving.
Call at 1419 vernon Street, or Bell
2811-J.
LOCAL AND LONG-DISTANCF,
HAULING Furniture Moving.
Prompt service. Ernest Corbin. 656
Calder street. Both phones. Bell
3636-J. Dial 3688.
WHERE/ T0 DINE
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
UNDERTAKERS
SAMUEL S. FACKLER.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
1312 Derry St.
BELL 1966 DIAL 2133
RUDOLPH K. BPICER,
Funeral Director and Embalmer.
611 North Second Street.
BELL 252 DIAL 2145
CEMETERY LOTS FOB 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 moder
ate. Miller Bros. & Co.. Agents. y
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING
DYEING AND PRESSING
Let us make your old fall and win
ter clothes look new. We call and de
liver. Both phones,
live, u H GOODMAN,
1206H North Sixth Street
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