OCR Interpretation


Harrisburg telegraph. [volume] (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, October 09, 1919, Image 20

Image and text provided by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85038411/1919-10-09/ed-1/seq-20/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 20

20
¥a Can Sell Thai Lot or Plot of Ground at a Small COst Through tie Classified
2)eatbs ;
OA 11.—On October 7, 1919, Katherine
Gail, aged 79 years, at the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Hurry Bergcr.
711 South Front St.
.Mass will be celebrated Tuesday
morning at 9 o'clock in the German
Catholic Church. Interment ML
Calvary Cemetery. _____
IX ME.MORIAM
In remembrance of a dear husband,
John Ivan Hicks, who died October 9.
1918.
Not dead to those that loved him,
Not lost but gone before.
MARY L. HICKS.
In sad but loving remembrance ot
mv dear friend, Amos Clement Reese,
who died just one year ago to-day.
October 9, 1918. on the battlefield of
France.
In the graveyard safely sleeping,
Where the flowers gently wave,
Lies the one 1 love so dearly
In his lonely silent grave.
JULIA BRUNNER.
~ In sad but loving remembrance of
James H. Trout who was killed at
McVevtoxvn. October 9. 1918. ;
His Wife. MINNIE B. TROLI. I
. -|
LOST AND FOUND
LOST —On South Cameron Street,
black wolf neckpiece. Address George
R. Fuller. '.'l6 South Main street.
Muncey, Pa.
LOST —Br indie bull dog escaped
from American Express Co.. Septem
ber 17; black smooth hair, w " ll e
breast, lame in right back leg. stun
tail, brown in face and legs, fat oofll,
"long leg.- and face, weighs about oe
pounds. Liberal reward. Notify police
station. J. C. Gehring. Hershey House-
LOST—Between Allison Hill freight
tlatioi. and Keystone Tractor and
Implement Co., two large envelope,
containing railroad ticket between
York and Harrisburg. bearing the
name of W. F. Grove. Also check ioi
1151. Finder please return to Key stone
Tractoi and Implement Co.. 50 Soutn
Cameron Street and receive rewaia.
LOST—Black French femalebull
dog, white breast and fore legs. wlite
stripe on face and, head. answ
name of 'Betty, l'lcase return to ad
dress on collar or 1190 Bailey St. and
receive reward.
LOST—'Wrist watch. Monday
ing. Colonial theater. Market street,
Greek-American or Ke , B ?L Return
Monogram H. R. H. on back. Return
to lii 1J Forster St., or phone Beli
i 93i>\V. Reward.
FOUND—Large size automobile tire
cn Saturday. September ... "ear 1 H
lisburg owner can have same
scribing tire and name. Apply
A. Kiibnger. Edgemont. R. a.
INSTRUCTIONS
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION in O"
Shorthar.a. Typewriting.
Bookkeeping. Penmanship, Antnmc
tic, etc. DAY AND NIGHT bt-HOOL
OPEN ALL y EAR. Enter at any time.
Hell 125 Dial 401*. _ , rrv
BECKLEY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
121 Market St. Chas. R. Beckley.
OVERSEAS soldier with some
knowledge of French language, de
sires instruction by French person.
Addicss Box D-SllO care Telegraph.
CASSIO POMAR B. A. universlda
l>e Fam Narcos. will open a class at
night for beginners and Spanish. Ad
dress Harrisburg Academy.
J-LLXI' WANTED—.MALE
WM. STROUSE & CO.
Want three good tailors;
salaries S3O per week; extra
paj for overtime. Permanent
positions. All applications
strictly confidential.
WM. STROUSE & CO.
Phone 371.
WANTED
Car repairmen at P. R. R.
shops, Harrisburg. Inquire
MASTER MECHANIC'S OFFICE,
Harrisburg.
OR GENERAL FOREMAN'S OFFICE,
Luck now and Enola.
WANTED —Two young men over 22
vears, desiring to learn salesmanship.
Will >r u be satisfied with S2O per
week while learning? Call 410 Patriot
Building.
— 1
WANTED—Expansion of our local
sales organization makes opening for
two neat appearing, experienced house
to house men. Guaranteed salary and
perinam ut position to producer. Call
410 Patriot Bldg.
RAILWAY traffic inspectors want-i,
ed. .I.ll' a moiuh una expenses to i
start short noun; travel; three;
mi nths' home study under guarantee.
We get you position. No age limit; j
nsk iJ" 11 Standard Busi- [
ness Training lust., Buffalo. N. Y.
•THOUSANDS Census clerks wanted, I
sll4O-81260 veai. Harrisburg exam-'
inatlon Nov !•'•. W rite for list posi-1
tions. Franklin Institute Dept., 412T.1
Ecthester. N Y. ]
WANTED —Er borers and contrac
tors at the FaJtung quarries. Apply!
Paxtalig Uiiuri i' S. Paxtang. Pa.
WANTED —Good all 'round ma
chinists and tool makers, not em- ;
ployed. Address The D. Wilcox Mfg.'
Co.. Mechanicsbutg fa. j
CHASP the opportunity to-day to
become an expert mechanic and chain- !
fer. We teach you between you. j
working hours to become an expert I
and for only seven dollars a week
Learn a practical trade. Make appli-|
cation at once Automobile and Aero- i
plane Mechanical School. Office 25 N I
Cameron at., Harrisburg. Training
Quarters and Aeroplane Field. 14tli
and Sycamore Sts. i
(Continued In Next Columi)
• $
A Quick Buyer Will Get J
i
Immediate Possession
of
No. 2018 Derry St.
A 2V4-story brick house, one of a
pair: 6 rooms, bath, and attic; gas
and electric light; furnace heat; ;
first floor hardwood floors; front
and buck porches; cemented cel
lar: asbestos roof; fruit trees and ,
garden; lot, 18x150 ft.; 20-ft. alley |
in reifr.
A good proposition.
Miller Brothers & Co.
heai, estate insurance
LOCUST AND COURT STS.
St RETY BONDS
Member** Hbif. Rett! Estate Hoard
■■l / I
THURSDAY EVENING,
HELI* WANTED—MALE
CARPENTERS
SHEET METAL WORKERS
ELECTRICIANS
PATTERN MAKERS
PIPEFITTERS
HIGH RATES; STEADY WORK
ASSURED; BONUS PAID ON SEC
QND AND THIRD SHIFTS APPLY
FACTORY' EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER
COMPANY
AKRON, OHIO
OPPORTUNITIES
FOR
A large number of inexperi
enced men, ages 18 to 15.
Must be in good physical con
dition; good living wage paid
while learning; steady work
assured.
Apply In person or communi
cate at once with Factory
Employment Office.
THE GOODYEAR TIRE
AND RUBBER COMPANY.
AKRON. OHIO.
i
Machine designer; experi
enced on heavy machinery,
such as rolling mill equip
ment. Must be able to carry
Job through from first outline.
State experience and salary
wanted. Address ir-COSO care
Telegraph.
WANTED—Two neat appearing, ag- !
gressive young men, over 22, desiring
to learn salesmanship. We give you!
special attention and pay while learn
ing. Salcsmanager, 410 Patriot Bldg. I
WANTED—Salesmen. Money on the !
side comes in handy nowadays. Why
not inciease your income to meet the
high cost of living? Experience and
capital not necessary. You don't have
to leave your present work. Sell our
new Victory Accident and Sickness
policy. Eastern Casualty Insurance
Co.. Box 870, Harrisburg. Pa.
WANTED
CAR REPAIRMEN
At the P. R. R. Shops. Har
risburg. Pa.
Inquire at
Master Mechanics' Office,
Harrisburg.
General Foreman's Office,
Lucknow.
General Foreman's Office,
Enola.
Or at P. R. R. Employment
Bureau, No. 5 Grace Avenue,
Harrisburg. Pa.
I
• WANTED—Two experienced news
paper or magazine canvassers. Guar
j anteed weekly salary and permanent
position for producers. 410 Patriot
! Building.
' FIELD manager, experienced in'
) handling crew of salesmen. $lB week
; iy salary, plus bonus, commission and
expenses. We want a man desiring a
permanent connection only. 410 Pa-,
' triot Eldg. j
I NEAT appearing, experienced crew j
! managei for local office of national I
otganization. Permanent position to I
•producer. Salary $lB per week to j
• start, plus, expenses, commission and
bonus 41" Patriot Bldg. j
LABORERS wanted; steady work;!
indoors and outdoors near Harris-
I burg. Apply Gannett. Seelye & Flem-.
ing. 201 Locust St.
i ■ I
.SUBSTANTIAL manufacturing cor-j
1 po'ration wants capable men to es- ;
itab ish branch and manage salesmen.;
e >OO to SISOO necessary. You handle
own money. Will allow expenses to
Baltimore If you will qualify. For
'particulars address Secretary. 418 N. i
jHowaid SL Baltimore, Md. I
j HOUSE painters wanted; good jobs;
'for thirtv men at 70 cents per hour.
I Four months' work guaranteed. Come'
i prepared to work. R. L. YVhaley, 1169 j
'duPont Building. YVllmington, Del.
BRICKLAY'ERS wanted; highest
'wages; six months' work; apply in
! person with tools or by letter. Build
iers' Exchange. 24 S. 7th St.. Philadel
! phi,a carfare refunded after first
, week's work.
I WANTED—A man; must be a good
hustler, for inside work, over 28
years. Apply Grand Union Tea Co.,
' 208 N. Second St.
WANTED —Men or boys to pickl
' potatoes or cut corn. Apply E. B. I
! Mitchell. Beaufort Farms, near Rock- |
i ville. Bell phone 9965 R. ;
i WANTED— Office boy over 16 years!
lot age Apply Universal Film Ex-;
| change. 5 S.' Fourth St. j
I SHIRT factory foreman, must be
capable of adjusting all kinds of
'sewing machines, and intelligent in!
handling female help. Permaent posi-;
,tion and excellent opportunity fur|
hard working ambitious man. Address
! 1.-802 C care Telegraph.
J (Continued In Next Coluiu-Q j
HtILP WAXTED—MA LE
DR A FTS MEN—MECHAN
ICAL. WITH SEVERAL
YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
LAYING OUT OR CHECK
ING. KNOWLEDGE OF
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS
NOT X ECESSA RY, BU T
MEN HAVING SOME EX
PERIENCE ON MOTORS,
GENERATORS. TRANS
FORMERS, SWITCHES. CIR
CUIT BREAKERS, ETC.,
AR E PREFERRED. AT
TRACTIVE AND PERMA
NENT POSITIONS FOR
ME X WH O QUALIFY.
STATE AGE, EXPERIENCE
AND SALARY EXPECTED.
ADDRESS CHIEF CLERK,
ENG. DEPT., WESTING
HOUSE ELEC. & MFG. CO.,
EAST PITTSBURGH, PA.
——_—__^___
I
CARPENTERS
SHEET METAL, WORKERS
ELECTRICIANS
WOOD PATTERN MAKERS
AND PIPEFITTERS
HERE'S
TOUR
CHANCE
To earn rates in accordance
with your ability. Steady
work all year 'round.
Good physical condition re
quired.
Apply in person or write at
once to:
Factory Employment Office,
THE GOODYEAR TIRE
AND RUBBER COMPANY,
AKRON, OHIO.
WANTED
Ton carpenters; 100 laborers;
Shipment Thursday morning; I
meet representative. State
Employment Bureau, Third
and North Streets.
1 BRICK BURNER
1 BRICK SETTER
2 BRICK TOSSERS
6 LABORERS
GOOD WAGES; STEADY WORK.
MANCHESTER SHALE BRICK CO.
EMIGSVILLE. YORK COUNTY, PA
C
WANTED
Man to drive two-ton coal
truck. Only good, steady man
need apply.
UNITED ICE AND COAL CO.,
Forster and Cowden Streets.
WANTED —Young man with cler- j
ical experience in wholesale business, j
Address Pox L-8251 care Telegraph. j
WANTED—A truck driver for truck ,
now working out of town that will i
be in Harrisburg in the near future, j
Please reply by letter, stating age!
and previous experience to Box J8671;
care Telegraph. j
SHIRT FACTORY IN STATE OFj
PENNSYLVANIA REQUIRES FORE-|
MAN. MUST BE CAPABLE OF AD-
I JUSTING ALL KINDS OF SEWING
(MACHINES AND INTELLIGENT IN
HANDLING FEMALE HELP. A PER
MANENT POSITION AND EXCEL-:
LENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A HARD'
'WORKING AMBITIOUS MAN. TAU
BER. LIPTON & CO., TYRONE. PA.
: l'
! DRUGGIST —Qualified assistant or'
one having had experience in drug j
store. Mehring's Drug Store. Fourth
| and Peft'er Sts.
WANTED —Young man in stock •
| room experience. Apply to Y-8250 care;
j Telegraph. |
| MACHINIST FOREMAN WANTED ;
IA small machine manufacturing con
' corn which is rapidly growing and lo
! cuted in a town of 14.000, with ideal
living conditions, has an opening for
a first class man. One who can handle
I men and has experience in up-to-date
j methods and designing of jigs and
special tools, to increase production
and efficiency, only need apply. A
igood future for the right man. Give
full particulars In reply. Care Box;
j A-BTII Harrisburg Telegraph.
; WOOD workers wanted; ben:li
hands; machine hands; stair builders.
! good wages, steady work, union shop.
I Apply Somers Lumber Co.. 209 North
j Missouri. Atlantic City.
i INDUSTRIAL insurance man want
ed "gianri opportunity for right man,
'take charge of office; health, accident,
| Adoress Q-7976 care Telegraph.
WANTED —Boy 18 or 20 to work in
1 milk room. Apply 1806 N. Third St.
UjiLP WANTED —FEMALE
SILK. SILK. SILK.
Silk Operators.
Good Learners.
j If steady work is what you
'j want and short day and best
j pay apply
SILK MILL
i; Cor. Second and North Sts.
. i__ i
' ■ WANTED —Experienced feirls on
E paper box work. Apply Penn-Harns
1 j Paper Box Co.. 103 N. Cameron St.
• I WANTED —Girls to learn how to
! make paper boxes Apply Penn-Hams
I a per Box Co.. 103 N. Cameron St.
'i (Continued in Next >
hahrisbtjrg telegraph:
IF YOU HAVE A VACANT S
fi.y STORE or office to rent you can get j
ly in quick touch with desirable tenants ' yj
111 nir<-ugh the classified columns. There's Hjy
|f|| demand a-plenty. Why take further jop)
jjjj losses ?
HELP WANTED—FEMALE |
.
I
WANTKi/.
Our business la steadily in
creasing and we need experi- j
enced stitching room opera
tors. also girls to learn. If I
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
risburg than our lactory and
we are 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.
Some one said the other day
that if we could explain all
at once the many features of |
telephone operating that make
it so attractive not only to ■
girls but to mothers who
want to know that their
daughters are well cared for
in the business they enter,
we would have more appli
cants for admission to our
Training Department for
Operators than we could pos
sibly handle.
We have not the space to tell
all these things here, but we
will be glad to give you all
the information you desire
about telephone operating if
you will call to see the Chief
Operator, 3d floor, 208 Wal- j
nut street.
Salary is paid while learning.
THE BELL TELEPHONE i
COMPANY OF PA.
WANTED
Refined women of middle
age. experienced in plain
sewing for nbw department
to be established in our fac
tory .
Work pleasant and profitable.
Paid while learning.
Apply at once in person to
Employment Manager's of
fice.
MOORHEAD KNITTING CO., INC..
Cor. Cameron and Walnut bts.,
Harrisburg, Pa.
We can use a few more ex
perienced knitters and loop
erj. Apply
NEW IDEA HOSIERY CO.,
14th and Howard Sts.
I
j
WANTED
Operators on plain sewing ma
chines. Learners taken. We will guar
antee all operators a certain wage
each week. We pay the best prices in;
the city on our work and also 15 peri
cent, to 20 per cent, on what you j
earn We work 50 hours per week and I
nay every Saturday. Apply Harrisbuig,
Apparel Co., Sixth and Herr Sts., city
Star Laundry Bldg- Third Floor. j
WANTED—White girl for general
housework, family of four adults; t
trood home and *asy place to right
party. Inquire 3003 North 1-ront St j
Bell 3398 !
WOMAN organize homeworkers j
l simple hand embroidery and chochet- .
ing in large quantities. Send full par;,
ticulars Dept. S. Jos. Cirker, 1777 i
j Broadway New York City. t
1 WANTED —Middle age woman with j
i selling ability. Fine door to door.
! proposition. Excellent opportunities.
I Territory Harrisburg only. Address
[L-8023 care Telegraph. j
GIRL wanted for housework, $8 per
week for suitable person. Apply Miss
smarr, 12th and Bridge Sts., Now!
| Cumberland. j
j WANTED —Girl to work in office, \
knowledge of typewriting and short-1
! hand not required. Apply Keystone,
i lAundry, G2O Harris St.
I —■ — 1
WANTED —Woman to demonstrate;
stlf-rising buckwheat flour at food
show, October 10 and 11. Call at store
of B. B. Drum. 1801 N. Sixth St.. Frl-i
day. between 10 and 12 a. m. I
WANTED —Young woman experi
enced or to learn shampooing, man
icuring and facial massage; reference
required. Address Mrs. Mary E. Phil
j lippy. 2oD Kroninberg Bldg.. Carlisle.
I WANTED—Young woman, 21 to 40,
to work In confectionery store a few
evenings or if preferred every even
j ing except Sunday. Apply Messlmer's,
1718 N. Third St.
SALESLADIES and demonstrators
I for local territory. National organ
ization Outdoor work. Will you be
i satisfied with 818 per week at start?
410 Fat riot B dg.
4 (.Continued la Next Columu)
HELP WANTED —FEMALE j
1
v
WANTED
Experienced sewing machine oper-!
ators. Regular and pleasant work and |
good wages.
We are also employing inexperi
enced operators who are paid whiif!
learning. A bonus is paid every pay j
day to all operators.
BLOUGH MANUFACTURING CO..
Reily and Fulton Streets
WANTED
Reliable woman for general
hcusework. Address Box
CBBSS care Telegraph.
i
MILLINERY SALESLADIES
WANTED
Must have experience. All
year around employment.
ASTRICH'S,
30S Market St. Second Floor.
SALESLADY—Experienced in shirt
waists, also extra girls for Saturday.
Apply Rainbow Waist Shop. 219 Mar
ket St.
WANTED—A white girl for general
I housework; two in family. Apply
! 2135 Green Street.
I
WANTED —Young woman to do
I pastry work; nine-hour day; no work
Sunday. Apply 211 Walnut St.
' WANTED—Experienced salesladies
1 for millinery, hosiery and underwear
i departments. Apply Robinson & Co..
| Third and Broad Sts.
I LADY, intellectual, refined to learn
'good business; permanent; advance
ment; start at $1,200 per year. Ad
dress Box L-8106 care Telegraph.
I WANTED—Reliable white girl for
general housework; two in family;
I good wages. Apply 2137 Green Street.
I Bell 2609 M.
I WANTED —Woman to demonstrate
| food products Friday and Saturday of
I this week. Call or write S. O. Ferrv,
(16 N. Factory St., Mechanicsburg, Pa.
1 WANTED —Girl or middle aged
I woman to ao general housework; no
'cooking, and assist with the children;
wages $7 per week. Write Mrs. E. J.
I 1 ieper, R. D. 3. Lancaster, Pa.
i WANTED —Operators and learners,
land girls to do other kind of work;
I good pay. Apply Shearer's Mfg. Co..
| 308 Hamilton St.
I HELP WANTED—MaIe ami Female
HELP WANTED
Pi ess feeders at once. The
Telegraph Printing Company,
Cameron and State Streets,
Harrisburg, Pa.
,
CENSUS CLERKS (men, women).
4.000 needed. 395 month. Age 18-50.
Experience unnecessary. Examina
tions, Harrisburg, October 18. For
free particulars, write Raymond
Terry (former government examiner) j
518 Continental Bldg. Washington. j
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMEN WANTED
We require the services of several'
first class salesmen to cover Harris-!
urg end vicinity.
The position is one that should be!
attractive to any live wire, is per- j
manent and pays salary, expenses.!
and a commission. A man owning or i
being able to drive a Ford car would
00 preferable but not essential. Give
reference, qualifications and If pos- I
si hie submit photograph with first!
letter. We want only high class men.'
Address Economy Times Co., Nor
walk. Conn.
SALESMEN —Write for list of
openings and full particulars. Eatn
32,000 to 310.000 yearly. Big demand
for men. Inexperienced or experi
enced. City or traveling. Nat'l. Sales
linens Tr. Assn., Dept. 603. Chicago.
j SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
_
WHITE man wishes position as
cook in camp or boarding house. Best
iof reference. M. Melham. York Haven.
; SALESMAN —With inside and ex
tensive outside experience, open for
engagement, capable of handling big
proposition; large acquaintance among
I butchers and grocers. Address Box
D-7973 care Telegraph.
I CHAUFBEUR wishes position, can
I furnish test of reference. Apply 25
jN. 11 tlx St. or Bell 1710. Dial 3060. /
| SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE
1 WANTED White woman with
! child three years old, desires house
work in private family. Phone 3800
Associated Aid Society.
COLORED woman wants morning
work. Address 718 N. Seventh St.
! 1
l YOUNG white woman desires house
' work three or four days a week. Ad-
I dress Box E-8105 care Telcgraaph.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT —Two furnished or un
furnished rooms, use of bath and
j telephone. Apply 230 Pcffer St.
(bovUiiucti In Next Column)
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Two unfurnished front j
rooms on first floor at 1609 Market
St. Heat and electric lights furnished, j
Suitable lor doctor or businessman.!
Apply to C. H. Corder, 1722 Green
Street.
FOR RENT—Steam heated room for !
two gentlemen looking for a per-i •
rnanent. home. Inquire 234 State St. j j
I'NB'URNIS H E D housekeeping . 1
rooms with communicating kitch-j
jnette. large airy outside; strictly
private; stoves furnished free; j'
laundry,* phone and bath room privi-; 1
leges: weekly payments; daily lnspec-l'
'ion invited. 429 Broad St.
FOR RENT—Two rooms on second ; 1
floor, furnished or unfurnished. 2037 i
North 4th St. j'
i
FOR RENT —Tnree unfurnished 1
rooms on second floor for light house- i
keeping. 1412 State St. it
FOR RENT—Furnished room. s3 : '
single or $4.50 double. Inquire 107 i i
Chestnut St.
TWO unfurnished rooms for rent (
for light housekeeping, third floor, I
water and bath, use of gas and heat.
Bell 1622 J. !
FOR RENT—Front room with three!
windows; large closet; electricity;
bath same floor; gentlemen only or j
would consider man and wife; cen- j
jtiaily located in the beat location in j
Ithe city. Address Box 34-C care Tele-I
i graph.
I
j FOR man only; no transients; third
! floor tront room; furnished complete- j
lly; newly papered; desirable location;
!$4 weekly; bath; telephone; private j
j family; reference required. Box .
M-7978 care Telegraph. j
| FOR RENT—Nicely furnished bed'
[room, second floor front room, light,
heat and hath, suitable for man and;
I wife. Good location. Call 108 Sylvan j
Terrace, corner house. j
NICELY furnished. clean. cool j
rooms. $2.50 per week and up. 142 i
South Third street. |
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED—A suite of two or throe
rooms suitable for offices, either in;
or near Square bounded by Market, |
second. Walnut and Third Streets, i
| Will enter into long term lease for
desirable rooms. Can show highest!
financial standing. Address Box .1-8107
! care Telegraph.
I I
j 1
I WANTED—By lady employed, 3 or
! 4 unfurnished rooms or apartment con- j
venient to Penn-Harris Hotel. Apply ;
Coat Check Room, Penn-Harris Hovel. ;
APARTMEI'S WANTED
WANTED TO RENT—Young mar- i
ried man desires furnished apartment |
or small furnished house. Phone 4150!
or see Mr. Lowrie, 101 Telegraph;
j Building.
BUSINESS man and wife want,
small furnished housekeeping apart-;
'ment with private bath. Riverside dis- i
| triet preferred. Address Box 0-7971
! care Teiegraph. ,
I WANTED Modern. furnished J
| apartment, or desirable housekeeping;
I rooms bv refined business couple. I
Will furnish best of references. Oc
cupancy for October 11. Address
j C-8029 care Telegraph. j
HOME WANTED
WANTED —A good home for two]
children, boy age 12 and girl age 8,
; vears. Would prefer keeping them to- j
i'gether. Write C. T. Hungate, 1717
i Elm St.
. "
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
I |
HARRISBURGS
j REAL ESTATE BUREAU
CONSULT US
;i BACKENSTOSS REALTY
CO.
331 MARKET STREET
LOGAN ST.. 2207. 3-story bk. VA
CANT $2600
BAILEY ST., 1191. 3-story bk. VA
CANT s2ou9
MACLAY ST., 531. 3-story fr. Double
. bk. garage. VACANT S4OOO
PENN ST. Between Peffer and Ma
clay $2950
EMERALD ST. 300 block. Fine
home $6350
N. SIXTH ST. 2400 block. Fine
homes S6OOO
FULTON ST. 1600 block. Easy
terms SI6OO
CLINTON AVE. 400 block, three
cozy homes. Easy terms. Each $1250
ItHOADES AVE. 1900 Block. Easy
. terms SIBSO
LOGAN ST. 1900 Block, three 2Vi
ctory flames. Total price S4OOO
NINETEENTH ST. 3-story frame.
SI6OO
Other properties in all parts of the
; city ranging in price from $950 to
' $16,000. Some exceptional values in
' vacant lots. Geo. W. Jacobs. 17 N.
. I Third St. Bell 1539.
316, 318. 320. 322 Lewis; 6 rooms and i
bath; electric light.
1911 Susquehanna; 8 rooms and
bath.
2044 Susquehanna; 8 rooms and
bath.
2632 N. 6th St., 9 rooms and bath. I
1933 N. 3d St., 11 rooms and bath.
680 Schuylkill St., 6 rooms and bath, !
308 I,ewls St.. 7 rooms and bath.
3200 N. 3d St.. 9 rooms and bath. j
D. E. LUCAS,
303 Lewis Street.
Real Estate and Insurance.
3-story, sejnl-detached house; 25 ft.
front: 162 ft. deep; runs back to
Penn St.; garage; room for two cars;
beautiful home; all improvements;
must be seen to be appreciated. Im
mediate possession. Price 310,500.
LOUIS B. COHEN,
31 North Second Street.
Bell phone 3057 J.
PAXTANG
Rutherford and Swan streets, new
brick bungalow, six rooms and bath,
latest improvements, large lot. pos
session November I.' We invite in-
I spection. _ .
ROHRER & SON,
211 Bergner Building.
Beal Estate. General Insurance
i
— 1
' 4Continued In Next Column)
OCTOBER 9, 1919.
BKAL ESTATE FOR SALE
IF IT'S REAL ESTATE
SEE SANDERLIN
I
W ICON I SCO ST., 629—3-story brick, i
S rooms and bath, all improvements,
front porch, shade trees, driveway in
the rear. $l5O down, balance same as '
rent. I'
M Al-lANTONGO ST., 618—3-story {
brick. 7 rooms and bath; fronts porch. '
shade trees. $l5O down, balance same I
as rent.
JEFFERSON ST.. 2130 3-story '
brick, 8 rooms and bath, all modern ! j
improvements, in good condition, I
driveway in the rear. S3OO down, bal- i
ante same as rent.
<
NORTH TWELFTH ST.. 68 —VA-.
CANT —3-story, 8 rooms and buth, gas,
and electricity, thoroughly overhaul-,
id. newly papered and painted inside
and outside, front and buck porches,
nice side and back yard. Right price
: to quick buyer.
MOVE AT ONCE— LAFAYETTE—S.
17th St., corner Paxton. BRAND NEW
■ —VACANT —2 V4-story. 7 rooms and
bath, hardwood floors, steam heat,
.gas and electric light, front and back
porches, driveway in the rear; a real
i modern home; can be bought witli
i SSOO cash.
| DERRY ST.. 2145—3-story brick, 9
rooms and bath, separate toilet, steam
1 heat, gas and electric light, cement
cellar, nice front and back porches;
{must be seen to be appreciated; can
be bought with a small amount down;
{balance same as rent.
I ' '
ENOLA
I Two-story frame. VACANT—seven
I rooms, electric lights, hot air heat.;
(nice front and back porches; very
I large yard; can be bought with a
I small amount down; balance same as j
! rent.
I
D. ASA SANDERLIN,
I Room 1, Security Trust Building,
35 North Third Street.
I Bell 1390. Dial 3573!
1
; (
| I
I HOUSES on easy terms; possession;
'at once, N. 6th St.. 8 rooms, elect, and j
| gas. Ircnt porch, side ent., large yard..
j bay windows.
' Possession 30 days, 2-story brick. ;
I (corner). 6 rooms, all imp., on the
Hill, front porch (terms).
\ Possession at once, 2-story brick. 1
(porch front, bay window, side ent., ;
drive alley, SSOO down.
Possession at once, large single |
pressed brick, N. 2d St., yard entirely j
! around the house.
j single brick house. N. 3d St.. i
' large yard, shade, etc.
I *
' Large single homes on the Hill.
| Apartment houses on Hill and up-,
i tow n.
C. H. CORDER.
1722 Green Street.
*
j
CHESTNUT ST., 1626 Detached
frame house with 7 rooms and bath,
furnace, gas, porch, side entrance and
(drive alley in rear. Price $3,850. J. E.
j Gipple, 1251 Market St.
i LINDEN ST.. 144-146—Two 8-room'
' frame houses with cold water in 1
kitchen; good rental proposition.'
I Price for both, $2,600. J. E. Gipple. (
i 1251 Market street.
{ 321, Herr St., 8 roomed house; all!
improvements; a bargain to quick l
buyer. Rents for $25. Apply 324
Reily St.
DERRY ST.—24l5—2-story brick, 7
rooms and bath, house recently com
pleted, lot 40x100, building 22 ft.
i front gas and electric, open fire place.
1 steam heat, finished throughout, in
I chestnut, hardwood floors, beautiful
(lawn and schrubbery, place for a gar
i age. can be seen by appointment.
I 2630 N. 6th. —3-story brick, electric.
| gas, steam heat, drive alley in real,
| room for garage.
2608 N. 6th St.—3-story btick. elec
| trie, gas. steam heat, extra fine finish
I inside. Apply
! LEHMAN & KLINGEMAN,
Patriot Building.
'I
;
; BRICK HOUSE; 3-story, front and
'back porches; 8 rooms, bath, furnace,
I; cemented cellar, hot and cold water
, iin the cellar Splendid location. Price
j j $2500. Easy payments.
{I LINCOLN REALTY COMPANY,
1129 N. Seventh Street.
Three-story frame house, front an-} i
back porches; 8 rooms, bath, house
is vacant and possession can be had
immediately. Easy payments.
LINCOLN REALTY COMPANY.
1129 N. Seventh Street.
;
FOR SALE —Mountain land and j
summer cottages at Perdix, Rest- j
Moor Cabin, 1%-story building, three,
rooms upstairs, extra large room,
first floor suitable for store room. |
The Litchfield, snappy four room
bungalow. These properties are splen- j
didlv located facing State Road and |
are keen renters during summer sea
son at prices that give the owner,
better than a 12 per cent, investment.
Will also sell my one-half interest!
in Mountain Side Park tract, 146 |
acres or more. Good opportunity for ■
an active developer to get in on the
ground floor in an established promo
-11 All of the above will be offered at a
decidedly low clean up price. Satis
factory terms can be arranged, or will |
exchange on city property. Apply to,
the owner. A. C. Young, the Young ,
Bldg . s" N. second St. Bell 767. Dial
5439.''
HOUSE for saie, new two-story
hrirk 6 rooms and bath, all modern
conveniences. Melrose St.. near 23d
and Perry. Call Bell 2062 R.
FOR SALE —531 Maelay St.—Vacant
"V,-fitory frame. Lot 20x150, with
double brick garage rear. Attractive'
price. C. O. Backenstoss, Bell 701. ;
1 Bell 3077 J.
' BUY YOUR HOME on the rental
I payment plan. Small cash or Liberty-
Bond first payment required, balance
las rent. We have houses In every
i part of the city and suburbs. Apply
j A. P. Doranz, 1225 North Sixth street.
I HOUSES FOR SALE—Centrally lo
' cated, with all household goods; piano
I included. H. C. Ferber, 107 Chestnut
St., near Front.
FOR SALE —3-story brick on Schuyl
j kill St. for $2650, all improvements;
side entrance and front porch. Pos
session in 30 days. Apply A. W. Swen
i gel, 2131 N. Second. Bell 2575 J.
PROPERTY for sale of the Mftry
IR. Dout estate, consisting of 6 acres,
! good frame house and barn and all
! necessary out buildings, peach or
' chard and all ot.her kinds of fruit.
! well of good water at the door. Sil
juatcd 14-mile north of New Kingston,
and 12 miles west of Harrisburg.
! Inquire on premises.
I (Continued In Neat tolumuj
REAL ESTATE FOIt SALE
t
FOR SALE
Th^ r 2 r ' tr -. ty business section of N.
st 7' containing large store
„ "7" a "o seven up-to-date apart 4
ments; city steam heat.
Honyst, 1902, 2%-story brick. 10
rooms bath, front porch, steam heat
and all improvements.
Zarker .St.. 1418-20-22-40-12. 2V4- '
story frame. 8 rooms and hath, all im
provements; prices right.
Brick bungalow on West Shore,
containing 8 rooms, bath, front and
pack porches, steam heat, electric
lights and hardwood doors, lot 40x150
feet. Must be seen to be appreciated.
Camp Hill, 2>/4-story single Colonial
style, brick house on Bowman av-\.
all improvements, lot 100x150 feet.
1 rice right to quick buyer.
i
MAYNARD M. FULTON*,
Real Estate and Insurance.
14 S. Market Sq. Bell 326J
FOR SALE
A SINGLE PROPERTY. NO.
170T NORTH SECOND ST. A
BARGAIN. POSSESSION AT
ONCE. INQUIRE
N. K. OYSTER.
REAL ESTATE OFFICE.
4 S. FOURTH STREET.
i '
! FOR SALE. PENBROOK Whole
square of land with double 8-room
j frame house, large stable, pig sty.
'chicken house, storage building and
I all kinds of fruit. See this property,
j Price only $4,500. Easy terms "C."
CHARLES DAVIES,
1549 State Street.
Bell 4162R Dial 4950
I
!
' SUMMIT ST.. N. 109—Three-story
j frame ,8-room house with water and
(electric light. Price. $1,700. J. E.
i Gipple, 1251 Market Street.
j Near 23d and Derry Sts., new 2-
atory bk., all imp., price S3BOO
I IGOO block Derry St., 3-story jck.,
iall imp., price S7OOO
1731 Park St., 2H-story bk.. all
; imp $3500
I 1700 block. State St.. 3-story bk.,
garage, all imp $5200
i 400 block Woodbine St., 3-story
jbk.. all imp $3500
400 block Muench, 3-story bk.. no
limp $2200
2700 block. 6th St., 3-story bk., all
imp $4-00
' 227 N. 15th St.. 3-story bk.. drive
I alley, all imp ...$5200
I Near Fenbrook, 8 room bk., new.
(large lot $3500
! Double frame house, one acre land,
! fruit, barn, pig sty. chicken house,
(lots of fruit, one block from trolley.
bargain S4BOO
Double frame house, large lot.
greenhouse S4OOO
32 S. 28th St., Penbrook, 7 room.
frame house ...$2550
228 and 230 S. 29th St., 7 room
frames, all imp., each $2350
CHAS. DAVIES,
Real Estate, Rents Collected
1549 State St. Bell 4162 R. Dial 4939
FRONT STREET RESIDENCE—Far
sale; single property on plot 50x200;
'lo rooms; electric lights; hot water
'heat; owner leaving City. Bell Realty
] Co.. Bergner Bltig.
I STATE ST. property for sale ut
'55,500; brick construction; 8 rooms
land bath; all other improvements;
(garage on the premises. Bell Really
- Co.. Bergner Bldg.
| $2500 WILL PURCHASE a semi
bungalow with six rooms, furnace
I heat. recently papered and in good
(condition; porch front and rear; lot
(40x135. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner Bldg.
FOR SALE —271 Hamilton Street;
101 Cherry Street; nine Middtetown
houses. These properties are offered
for quick sale to close an estate. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Bldg.
HOFFER ST., 2307—N0W VA
CANT. For sale; brick and
stucco bungalow; seven rooms,
and bath; hot water heat; other im
provements. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
Building.
HOUSES for sale In Highspire at a
bargain. W. J. Reeves, 224 Market St.,
Hignspire, 9801.
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 or exchange, Sixth St.
building lots above Maelay St., cor
ner of two wide paved streets, very
desirable location; will make an ex
cellent investment if disposed of at
once. Address P. O. Box 590, City.
C\MF HILL —214-story brick, slate
roof 'dwelling, 8 rooms and bath,
facing south with large porch, line
view up Cumberland Valley, hot air
heat nice Are place, chicken house
and 'garage in rear, with fruit trees
in bearing on lot 50x150. or on lot
100x150. I.awn planted in evergreens
and flowers, vines covering house. Lo
cated on Logan street, just west of
Bowman avenue. Can be inspected at
any time. A. E. Strode. Bell phone
8180 R.
j,-OR SALE —3346 N. Sixth St. A
frame house built on cottage style,
lot 40x113 ft. with garage, bath, gas.
electric and steam heat, with fruit
[trees and outbuildings. Very pleasant.
lAlso within one fare limit of city. In
quire at above address or phone Bell
597J-5. '
Real Estate For Sale—Suburban
DESIRABLE MECH AN ICSBU UP,.
RESIDENCE for sale; ten rooms and
! bath; gas; electric light; furmu a
I heat* property in good repair; lot
60x90. Inspect' it. No. 410 East Mam
St. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
1615-1621 Naudain St., 2-story brick,
rooms and bath. an improvemeniA
drive alley in rear. S2BOO. 8-00 aowi.
825 per month.
Three-story brick houses; steam
heat and all , improvements; Derrv
St. between 21st and 22d Sts.
down. Balance as rent.
BRICK HOUSE-Logan St.; below
day™ & down, $25
per month.
wnnnBINE STREET— B rooms and
ba?h?° ''ft* papered and
painted new. SSO down, t
month.
LOUIS B. COHEN.
• 81 North Second Street,
Bell phone 3057J
j Additional Classified Ads
on Opposite Page
I

xml | txt