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DeatDs
MARZOLF—On October 20. 1019, at
8.40 p. m., George Marzolf, at' his
residence, 1514 Green Street, aged
88 years. 10 months and two days.
Funeral on Friday afternoon at 2
p. m., from Lutheran Zion church.
Capital and Herr streets, H. F. Lisse
officiating. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend without fur
ther notice. Interment in East Har
risburg cemetery.
FARLHAN—Died on October 20. 1919.
Sarah, widow of the late James
Parlman, aged 64 years, at the home
of her sister. Mrs. W. T. Garman.
Paoli, Pa.
Relatives and friends are invited to
attend the funeral services on
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
from the home of her niece, Mrs.
Foster Long, Middletown, Pa. Bu
rial in Middletown cemetery.
PliKDl'E—Mrs. Annie K. Perdue, on
Tuesday, October 14, 1919, at 1 p. m.,
wife of the late William Perdue,
aged 70 years.
Private funeral services on r riday
afternoon at 2 o'clock from her late
residence. 34 Linden Street. Inter
ment Paxtang cemetery.
REIN'HARD —On Wednesday morning.
October 22, 1919, Jane Amelia Rein
hard died at her late home, 1803 N. I
Third Street. |
Funeral services will be held at the
above address on
noon at 2 o'clock. Relatives and,
friends invited to attend. Inter
ment in Harrisburg cemetery.
IX MEMORLAM
In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear daughter and sister. Viola
May Shaw, who departed this life just
three years ago to-day, October 22,
1910.
Gone in the best of her days.
Blighted in womanhood's bloom.
Gone from the hearts that loved her
To sleep in a silent tomb.
From this world of pain and sorrow
To a land of peaceful rest,
God has taken our dear Viola
Where she wil find eternal rest.
By Her Parents and Brothers, i
In sad and loving remembrance of
our dear baby boy, Samuel B. Rheem,
who died two years ago to-day, Octo
ber 22, 1917.
His Parents,
MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL RHEEM
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—Small black pocketbook in
the vicinity of 14th and Vernon Sts.,
containing" diamond ring, wedding
ling, bar pin and small change. Re
ward of returned 1355 Vernon St., or
call Bell 811 R.
LOST—Otter neckpiece in delivery.
Reward if returned Gerstner Fur
Store, Locust St.
LOST—Small round opal pin with
safety clasp, surmounted with gold
Autumn tinted leaves and six small
opals help form a circle, on Saturday
evening, October 18, between Majestic
theater and Market Square. Finder
please return to this office.
LOST Registered beagle, well
marked black and white, black ears,
about 8 months old, with narrow col
lar. Reward if returned to 232 Maclay
St. Phone 4146 J.
LOST—On Monday discharge papers
from United States army. Name Wal
ter Etzweiler. Reward. Address \V al
ter Ltzwciler. Lingiestown. Pa.
LOST—Gentleman's scarf pin. Find
er will kindly return to this office or
2239 N. Fourth St., and receive re
ward. .
LOST—Black French female bull
dog. white breast and fore legs, white
stripe on face and head, answers to
name of "Betty." Please return to ad
dress on collar or 1190 Bailey St. and
receive reward.
FOUND—White bull dog with
brown spot on right side. Inquire
1416 Marion or call Bell phone 4049 M.
INSTRUCTIONS
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION in Gregg
Shorthand, Typewriting. English,
Bookkeeping. Penmanship. Arithme
tic, etc. DAI AND NIGHT SCHOOL
OPEN ALL YEAR. Enter at any time.
Bell 125. Dial 4016.
BECKLEY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
121 Market St. Chas. It. Beckley.
COSSIO POMAR, B. A., University
of San Marcos, will open a class at
night in beginner's and advanced
Spanish. Address Harrisburg Acade
my.
HELP WANTED—MALE
GOOD PAYING POSITIONS
with
C. P. A. firms,. Public Accountants, In
dustrial Corporations and the Internal
Revenue Department of the Govern
ment tyill be open during January,
192(6
INTENSIVE TRAINING
.Pin special home study course in high
er accountancy, linked up with resi
dent consultation, service now being
organized, will qualify you for sal
aries from $2,000 to $6,000 per year. |
Write, call or phone Bell 4940 R.
LA SALLE EXTENSION UNIVERSITY
26 N. 18th St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Open Evenings.
ERRAND BOY WANTED
STEADY JOB FOR GOOD
HUSTLING BOY. APPLY
THE COURIER,
210 NORTH THIRD ST,
(Second Floor)
THOUSANDS Census clerks wanted,
$ll4O-$1260 year. Harrisburg exam
inations Nov. 15. Write for list posi
tions. Franklin Institute Dept., 412T,
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED
Young man for stock clerk,
must be able to use typewrit
er. Address Box D-7877 care
Telegraph.
(Continued In Next Column)
FOR SALE
Possession 10 Days
No. 2018 Derry Street
2%-story brick house; one of a |
pair; 6 rooms, bath and attic; gas I
and electric light; pipeless fur
nace; first floor hardwood floors;
front and back porches; cemented i
cellar, asbestos roof; lot, 18x150 ft. j
with 20 ft. alley in rear. A good
proposition.
No. 1932 N. sth Street
Detached, 3-story brick house; 8
rooms, bath and pantry; all im
provements; front, side and back
porches; lot, 32x100 ft., with 12 ft
side and rear alleys.
Miller Brothers & Co.
LOCUST AND COURT STS.
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
Member* Hb|(. Ileal Uatate Board
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WEDNESDAY EVENING,
HELP WANTED—MALE
PERMANENT WORK
The year 'round and a chance
to earn rate In accordance
with your ability. All around
machinists, boring mill men.
lathe shaper planer, milling
machine, drill press, bench
and floor men. Apply In per
son or write at once to fac
tory employment office.
THE GOODYEAR TIRE _
AND RUBBER CO.,
AKRON. OHIO.
I
(
WANTED
TEN FIRST CLASS CARPENTERS;
50 GOOD LABORERS; LONG JOB;
STEADY WORK; CHANCE FOR
OVERTIME. APPLY TO GEO. T.
(TITZEL. MOORHEAD KNITTING
CO.'S BUILDING, CAMERON AND
WALNUT STREETS.
WANTED—The services of a re
liable middle aged man to travel
Central Pennsylvania to sell merchan
dise for a wholesale house. Must have
a Nol references. Married man pre
ferred. Address Box H-7721 care
Telegraph.
WANTED Experienced counter
help for Lancaster and Reading; rail
road fare. Good pay. and chances for
advancement to those making good.
Apply Rustic Dairy Lunch, 5, 7, 9 S.
Third St., City.
WANTED —Colored porter at once.
Apply Plaza Hotel.
GRASP the opportunity to-day to
become an expert mechanic and chauf
fer. Wo 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, Office 25 N
Cameron st., Harrißburg. Training
Quarters and Aeroplane Field, 14th
and Sycamore Sts.
STOCK salesman. Man of approved
ability with clientele, to sell the stock
of a newly organized corporation,
which has taken over a going busi
ness. Stock is sound business invest
ment with a guaranteed dividend.
Apply Box 0-8026 care Telegraph.
WANTED
Platen pressmen; good wages;
steady employment. Apply
at cnce.
TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO.,
State and Cameron Sts.
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS
BOILERMAKERS FOR
TANK WORK; TRANSPOR
TATION PAID; SHOP LO
CATED IN SMALL CITY IN
MARYLAND; GOOD
WAGES. APPLY BOX
C-7772, CARE TELEGRAPH,:
OR SEE C. E. PLACK, 327
HERR STREET, SATUR
DAY, OCT. 25, 4 TO 6 P. M.
WANTED
Experienced auto repairmen.
Apply 1807 N. 7th St.
PAPERHANGERS —Wanted; steady
employment on piece work. Apply
Reamer & SON, 1505 North Sixth St.
WANTED
EXPERIENCED PLANING MILL
MEN. One door cutter; one moulding
ripper; two men to work on mould
ing machines; two men to work on
sash and one glue room man. No
trouble. Good wages. Steady work.
Address,
COMMERCIAL SASH Af DOOR CO.,
Beaver Falls, Pa.
SALFSMAN by long established,
well known coffee roasters. Require
capuble, experienced salesman, per
sonally acquainted Harrisburg retail
I grocers. Permanent and desirable po
sition right party. Replies confiden
tial. Address Box Y-7876 care Tele-
I graph.
I MACHINISTS, millwrights, handy
|men. specialists and two electricians,
• open shop, no labor trouble, union or
I non-union. Wages paid according to
lability and experience. State age, ex
perience, places of employment, mar-
Iried or single. Only men witl( clean:
I records will be considered, whose i
references will stand the most rigid;
investigation. We offer steady po„i-'
I lions to reliable men with an oppoi
| tunlty for advancement. Address
• G-7750 care Telegraph.
MEAT cutter wanted. Apply Cut
Rate Meat Market. 301 S. 14th St.
SALESMAN by long established,
j well-known coffee roasters. Require
' capable, experienced salesman, per
j sonally acquainted Harrisburg retail
(grocers. Permanent and desirable po
sition right party. Replies conflden-
Itlal. Address Box S-8222 care Tele-
I graph.
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HELP WANTED —MALE
WANTED
Laborers and carpenters,
I
permanent work and a chance
for advancement in accord- )
ance with your ability. Ap
ply at Employment Bureau,
CENTRAL IRON AND
STEEL COMPANY
. __ i
DISTRICT MANAGERS WANTED
Opportunity to become distributor
for nationally advertised, long estab- j
lished. auto specialties. No competi
tion. Unusual co-operation furnished I
to energetic hustling man or firm, one i
having a car preferred. Exclusive j
rights to real representative. Must!
finance small initial order. Unusually
liberal profits. Write giving address;
and telephone number. Alcemo Mfg.j
Co., 132 Bridge St., Newark. N. J. ;
RAILWAY traffic injectors want
ed; $llO 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—Satisfactory representa
tive to sell ffiO.OOO of a high-grade,
well-secured, loca! industrial stock,
paying regular dividend. Responsible
persons interested address Stock, Box
687, Harrisburg. Pa.
WANTED—A man over 26 years for
special work out of city; very good
traveling position; bond and refer
ence required. Apply
GRAND UNION TEA COMPANY,
208 N. Second Street.
WANTED—If you are a good per
sonal producer with a good clean-cut
record, we have a vacancy for you.
a good paying position with rapid
promotion. Apply 8 to 10 a. m. J.
Scheolnik, 9 North Market Square.
WANTED —Experienced porter at
once. Apply Alva Hotel, 19 S. Fourth
street.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED!
Our business Is steadily In
creasing and we need experi
enced stitching room opera
tors, also girls to learn. It
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 placo to work in Har
risburg than our factory 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.
WANTED—Several young women
between 18 and 25 for telephone oper
ating; $9.00 a week while In train
ing; an increase at the end of four
weeks and others as you become ex
perienced; an exceptional opportu
nity for the girl who is ambitious to
qualify for positions that require her
to accept responsibility and that pay
accordingly. Call to see the Chief
Operator, third floor, 208 Walnut
street.
THE BELL TELEPHONE CO. OF PA.
GIRLS WANTED
To work in candy factory.
Must be over 16 years of age.
Good pay and working condi
tions. Apply in person to su
perintendent at factory, 12th
and Herr Sts.
TRIANGLE MINT CO.. INC.,
Harrisburg, Pa.
GOOD WAGES FOR HOME WORK
—We need you to make socks on the
| fast, easily learned Auto Knitter.
Experience unnecessary. Distance
Immaterial. Positively no canvass
ing. Yarn supplied. Particulars, 2c
stamp. Dept. 146-C, Auto Knitter Co.,
Buffalo. N. Y.
WANTED—A woman for mending
In a laundry', working 4% days a
week. Apply Keystone Laundry, Har
ris and "Wallace Sts.
NURSE girl wanted. Apply 7 South
Front St., Apt. B.
WANTED —Experienced girls on
paper box work. Apply Penn-Hams
Paper Box Co., 103 N. Cameron St.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Reliable
girl or woman to keep house for two.
References desired. W. Gard Conklin,
2137 Swatara St. Phone 388 R.
SILK, SILK, SILK.
Silk Operators.
Good Learners.
If steady work is what you
want and short day and best
pay. apply
SILK MILL,
Cor. Second and North Sts.
WANTED
Reliable woman for general
housework. Address Box
CB6BB care Telegraph.
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WOMAN organize homeworkerr
simple hand embroidery and chochet
ing in large quantities. Send full par
ticulars Dept. S. Jos. Cirker, 1777
j Broadway New York City.
I ; ,
I WANTED —Young woman experi
enced or to learn shampooing, man
icuring and facial massage; reference
required. Address Mrs. Mary E. Phil
lip py^OOKronlnberg^ldg^^CaHlsio.
WANTED—GirIs to learn how to
make paper boxes. Apply Penn-Harrls
Paper Box Co., 103 N. Cameron St.
WANTED —Operators and learners,
and girls to do other kind of work;
good pay. Apply Shearer's Mfg. Co.,
308 Hamilton St.
WANTED —Dishwasher at once. Ao
ply Alva Hotel, 19 South 4th St.
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1
tUURRISBURG TELEGRAPH
THE CLASSIFIED ADS are "cur- J|j|
rent news." They are swiftly-borne II (<
messages from people all about you
who have business to do with some
body in this city—perhaps with you. M <
| 1 Curiosity on your part as to what they
I are all about is quite justifiable.
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HELP WANTED—i'EMAIJi
BELT, TELEPHONE OPER
:! ATING
"An Ideal Occupation for
i Young Women"
| $9 PER WEEK FOR BEGINNERS
An operator's pay is increas
ed after four weeks' training
period and thereafter at short
intervals as she becomes ex
perienced.
Young women between 18 and
25 will And telephone oper
ating very fascinating, clean
work, with unusual oppor
tunity for advancement in
salary and position.
In addition to a good salary
our operators have a com
fortable rest room, and a
lunch room where food is
served at cost.
Apply to Miss Kline, Oper
ators' Employment Depart
ment, Second Floor, 208 Wal
nut Street.
HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female
HELP WANTED
Press feeders at once. The
Telegraph Printing Company,
Cameron and State Streets,
Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED—Man and wife for coun
try place near city. Man as chauffeur
and gardener, wife for cooking and
housework. Furnished room and bath. '
$lOO per month, including board.
State reference and age. Henry
Boettcher, care Armstrong Cork Co.,
Lancaster, Pa.
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMAN wanted. Oil refinery
now building, strongly endorsed by
bankers and business men, large
earning power, offers liberal commis
sion to responsible stock salesmen.
217 Oil Operators Bldg., Ft. Worth,
Texas.
!
SALESMEN—Write for liat of
openings and full particulars. Earn
$2,000 to $lO,OOO yearly. Big demand
for men. Inexperienced or experi
enced. City or traveling. Nat'l. Sales
mens Tr. Assn., Dept. 603, Chicago.
SALESMAN—Wholesale notions. A 1
experienced and acquainted with
. trade in neighboring territory. State
age, references, salary or commission
and fullest details. Red Seal Co., sue.
to Derr Haney Co., 10 North Third
St., Philadelphia.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
, YOUNG man desires office work;
• good education; good reference. Ad
dress L-7782 care Telegraph.
EXPERIENCE man desires position
as janitor. Can give references. Ad
dress H. Gray. 608 Forster St.
ENERGETIC young man, 21, wants
situation as clerk. Can do general
clerical work. Willing to start at $l5 a
week. Address Box T-7781 care Tele
graph.
,
BOOKKEEPER with 15 years' ex
perience, desires position; good ref
erence and will guarantee complete
satisfaction. Address S-7879 care Tel
egraph.
YOUNG man desires work as truck
; driver; 3% years' experience. Apply
i 501 Cumberland St.
YOUNG MAN 23, experienced time
keeper, pay roll clerk, also under
i stands general office work; can oper
ate switchboard; desires to connect
■ with reliable firm. A 1 references. Ad
i dress Box F-7779 care Telegraph.
WANTED—A boy desires to work
• between school hours. 1240 Monroe St.
COLORED man wishes position as
, chauffeur: can furnish references. Ap
ply 1730 Walnut St.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE
COLORED woman wants day's work
of any kind. Apply 1130 N. Front St.
in the rear.
DRESSMAKER, reliable, from Phil
adelphia, wishes engagement In this
city; good fitter; reference. Address
Box L-7778 care Telegraph.
WANTED—Negative retouching or
a position as photographer's helper.
Work done beautifully and reason
able. Experienced worker. Phone
I 130 W.
REFINED woman woiiLd like posi
tion as collector for reliable firm. Can
furnish best of reference. Apply 501
Cumberland St_
STENOGRAPHER wishes position,
can furnish reference. Apply 1332 N.
Sixth St.
COLORED girl wants a place as
. dishwasher. Apply to Anna Butcher,
. 110 Liberty St.
! COLORED girl would like to do
' dav's work or cooking. Apply R. S..
110 Liberty S(.
! YOUNG woman desires a position as
. stenographer or typist. Call 308
s Cumberland St. .
COLORED woman wishes general
1 housework. Can furnish reference. Ap
, ply 405 Lincoln St., Steelton.
' YOUNG GIRL desires position as
. stenographer. Call 1419 North Sixth
street.
! ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT—Two second floor
- rooms for light housekeeping, corner
house 315 Lewis St.
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ROOMS FOR RENT
SELECT accommodation, ten min
utes' walk to Square. Call Bell phone
4584 or address Box T-7880 care Tele
graph.
FOR RENT —Unfurnished rooms on
second floor for light housekeeping in
private family; reflned people; no
children. Apply at 2039 N. sth St.
FOR RENT—>2O9 Boas street, large
furnished front bed room; all con
veniences.
FOR RENT—Room, third floor, fur
nished, heat, light, use of bath; gen
tlemen only. 227 Pine St.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front I
room with all conveniences in private j
family; central location; gentlemen
only. 324 N. Second St.
FOR RENT —1549 State St.. cor. 16th.
Furnished front room, third floor. Hot
water heat. Bath, electric light. Bell
4162 R. Dial 4930.
1116 North Third Street, two fur
nished rooms suitable for couple or
gentlemen.
FOR RENT Furnished bedroom
and sitting room combined, on first |
floor: all conveniences; use of phone, i
Apply 1601 Green St.
FOR RENT —Two unfurnished front
rooms for light housekeeping; all I
conveniences. Apply at 501 Cumber-1
land St. I
WILL RENT a lovely front room, j
Ihree large windows, steam heat, use
of bath, fine neighborhood, cars pass,
the door in and out of town, private I
family, no other roomers, to a re
spectable gentleman. Address Box
Y-7989 care Telegraphy j
FOR RENT —A large front room,
suitable for two gentlemen or man
and wife, electric light and steam
heat, use of bath. Apply 5 N. 13th
FOR RENT —Two large unfurnish
ed rooms Inquire 1238 Walnut St.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished
rooms on third floor. Young married
couple desired. Apply 1832 Chestnut
Street.
CRESCENT ST., 212, two furnished
rooms, third floor, all conveniences,
use of phone, gentlemen preferred.
NICELY furnished, clean. cool
rooms. $2.60 per week and up. 143
South Third street.
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED—Two or three furnished
rooms or small apartment suitable,for
light housekeeping; state terms and
particulars. Address T-7774, care of
Telegraphy
ROOMS —Young couple desire two
furnished rooms and bath with house
keeping privileges or a small fur
nished apartment. Address Box B-7895
care Telegraph.
ROOMS—Young couple desire two
furnished rooms and bath with house
keeping privileges or a small fur
nished apartment. Address Box B-7995
care Telegraph.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
FOR RENT
Two unfurnished front rooms
on first floor at 1609 Market
Street. Heat and electric
lights furnished. Suitable for
doctor or businessman. Apply
C. 11. CORDER,
1722 Green Street.
APARTMENTS WANTED
YOUNG couple with no children de
sire turnished apartment or house.
Address Box R-7722 care Telegraph.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
" HOUSES FOR SALE
1229 CUMBERLAND ST., Harris
burg, Pa., brick house with 6 rooms
and bath; new paint; all latest im
ments; cemented cellar, with flrst
class cement walks. This property
can be bought on easy terms or if
paid cash a large discount will be nl
lowed. Price. $3,000.00. e al "
803-805 S. THIRD, Steelton, P a Two
frame dwellings with 6 rooms each
Price, $1,500.00 apiece. eactl
-759 MOHN ST., Steelton. Pa. Frame
house in first-class condition. P r
$1,500.00. '
929 S. FRONT ST., Steelton. Six
room frame house with a lot 30 ft
by 213 ft. Price $2,300.00.
SALINGER & MILLER.
44 Union Trust Bldg.
Harrisburg. Pa. Bell Phone 2769
DESIRABLE building lots for sale
city and suburban. Durand & Ferber'
107 Chestnut near Front.
DOUBLE house for sale In High
spire at a bargain; all improvements
s2,soo a side; good location; right
along street car line. W. J. Reeves
224 Market St., Highsplre.
FOR SALE—>I6OO Market street, a
fine corner home, room for three
autos, also a good corner up-town,
and several properties for immedate
possession.
KOUGH, BRIGHTBILL & KLINE,
Both phones. 307 Kunkel Bldg.
HOUSES In all sections of city sold
on easy payment plan, ranging from
$l,OOO to $6,000. D. A. Caley, 707
Kunkel Bldg. Bell 589.
HOUSE for sale, new two-story
brick, 6 rooms and bath, all modern
conveniences. Melrose St., near 23d
and Derry. Call Bell 2062 R.
FOR SALE)—Brick dwelling. 1611
Green street. 8 rooms and bath. Chas
Adler, 1002 N. Third st.
FOR SALE—Two frame dwellings,
133-135 Sassafras ave.; 6 rooms. $1,600
each. Chas. Adler, 1002 N. 3d street
FOR SALE—Brick dwelling, 431
Harris street, 8 rooms, bath and front
porch. Chas. Adler, 1002 N. Third st
FOR SALE—Brick dwelling, 643
Harris st., 8 rooms and bath. Chas
Adler. 1002 N. Third st.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
j ~
IF IT'S REAL ESTATE
SEE SANDERLIN
i
WICONISCO ST., 629 —3-story brick,
8 rooms and bath, ail Improvements, 1
front porch, shade trees, driveway in .
; the rear. $l6O down, balance same as
j rent . t
| MAHANTONGO ST., 618—3-story 1
brick, 7 rooms and bath; front porch,
; shade trees. $l5O down, balance same
i as rent
I JEFFERSON ST., 2130 3-story
1 brick, 8 rooms and bath, all modern ,
! improvements, in good condition,
driveway in the rear. $3OO down, bal
ance same as rent ;
j NORTH TWELFTH ST., 68—VA- '
I CANT—3-story, 8 rooms and bath, gas
jand electricity, thoroughly overhaul- .
jfd, newly papered and painted inside
(and outside, front and back porches,
, nice side and back yard. Right price
to quick buyer.
MOVE AT ONCE—LAFAYETTE—s. '
17th St., corner Paxton. BRAND NEW
I —VACANT—2V4-story, 7 rooms and 1
I. bath, hardwood floors, steam heat, :
j gas and electric light, front and back
1 porches, driveway in the rear; a real
(modern home; can be bought with
j $5OO cash.
DERRY ST., 2145—3-story brick. 9
rooms and bath, separate toilet, steam
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,
D. ASA SANDERLIN,
Room 1, Security Trust Building,
36 North Third Street.
Bell 1390. Dial 3573
ENOLA, ENOLA.
Seven-room house, electricity, good
cellar, furnace, slate roof, stable, hog
Pen, chicken house, fruit trees, lot
75x150, $2400.
H. C. FERBER,
107 Chestnut near Front.
FOR SALE; SOME VACANT
613 S. 16th St.. 2-story b„ imp. $2900
117 Sylvan Terrace, 3 s. b., imp. $4OOO
1731 Park St., 2%-story b., Imp. $3500
(227 N. 15th St., 3-story b„ imp. ..$5200
1700 block State st., 3-story b., imp.
! garage $5200
White Hall St., 3-story b., 12 rooms,
all imp $15,500
11123 Slate St., 3 s. b„ all imp. ...$4600
673-675-677 Briggs St., 3-story b..
imp $3200 each
400 block Woodbine st., 3-story b„
| imp., corner $3500
1925 N. 2d St., 3-story b., all imp. $7OOO
| 1600 block Derry st., 3-story brick,
j imp $6500
1214 N. 15th st., 3-story bk., all imp..
corner $5500
Eight properties in Penbrook. Price
i $2OOO to $5200.
I Steelton, 246 Pine st., vacant 2%-story
frame, imp $3OOO
You are welcome to "C" my list of
improved properties.
CHARLES DAVIES,
1549 State St.
Bell 41G2R Dial 4930
FOR SALE
Two 2% -story frame houses on
Hill, all imp., elect, and gas. 7 rooms
each, front porch, slate roof, nice size
yard to drive alley, room for garage,
lruit trees, out buildings, price $2500
each. Also several more cheap houses.
Vacant. Posses-P-n at once, 2-story
brick, all Imp., fTOfit porch, bay win
dow, drive alley, $5OO down, balance
easy payments.
C. H. CORDER,
1722* Green Street.
Bell phone 560J,
FOR SALE —2d St. below Maclay;
3-story, semi-detached house; 25 ft.
front; 162 ft. deep; /funs back to
Penn St.; garage; room for two cars;
beautiful home; all improvements;
must be seen to be appreciated. Im
mediate possession. Price $10,500.
LOUIS B. COHEN,
31 North Second Street.
Bell phone 3057 J.
FOR SALE—34O S. 13th St. A fine
3-story brick house with all improve
ments. Long lot to drive alley; fruit;
large airy rooms. An unusually plus
ant home. fqr
A 3-story frame on Linden St. $l5OO.
Broad St., 226, 3-story brick.
A 3-story brick in 1600 block. .Derry
St Two 3-storv bricks on Regina St.
Two-story brick on Emerald St.
Three-story brick on Hummel St.
Three-story brick on Market, east
Cf No 3t 2oo3'N. Sixth. 3 b. imp., $5OOO.
FOR SALE —Pair three-story bricks
on Curtin j,St. One a corner. The
other an Ihd house. Apply A. W.
Swengel. N. 2d St. Bell 2575 J.
Several vacant houses In good lo
cations at right prices. Properties in
all parts of the city; some upon very
easv terms. Bargains in vacant lota.
Geo. W. Jacobs, 17 N. Third Street.
Bell 1589.
BUY YOUR HOME on the rental
payment plan. Small cash or Liberty
Bond first payment required, balance
as rent. We have houses in every
part of the city and suburbs. Apply
A. P. Doranz, 1225 North Sixth street.
FOR SALE or exchange. Sixth St
building lots above Maclay 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 690, City.
$4500 will purchase a three-story
brick house with all improvements
located at Riverside, possession De
cember 1. Bell Rea.ty Co., Bergner
Building.
DESIRABLE Paxtang property for
sale —corner Swan and Brisban Sts.,
all improvements, large lot Beil
Realty Co., Bergner Bldg.
$2500 WILL PURCHASE a semi
bungalow with six rooms, furnace
heat, recently papered and In good
condition, porch front and rear; lot
40x135. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Bldg.
$2200 WILL PURCHASE a dwelling
with eight rooms and bath, gas, fur
nace and cemented cellar. Bell Realty
Co., Bergner Bldg.
(3500 WILL PURCHASE a 3-story
brick house with all Improvements;
lot 120 feet to 20-foot paved alley. No.
331 Hummel St. Bell Realty Co., Berg
ner Bldg.
BRICK HOUSE on State street for
sale at $55(50; 8 rooms; all improve
ments; gnragi on premises. Bell
Realty Co.. Bergner Bldg.
FOR SALE —1633-35 Swatara street. '
Price $3,000 each. Inquire J. K. Kipp,
1721 N. Second St.
II . (Cnthuud Im Mcxt Pol—) I
OCTOBER 22, 1919.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
200 CITY AND SUBURBAN HOMES
All kinds and all sizes. Some pos
session at once.
Six brick houses in row; easily con
verted into apartments; cheap; easy
terms.
Three 3-story bricks; $5OO down;
price $2500 each.
Three store room properties with
groceries.
Vacant, 2-story brick; $5OO down.
Possession at once, 8-room brick;
$5OO down.
For sale or exchange on farm, two ;
3-story frame houses, all imp, porch
es, drive alley.
Five apartment houses, $10,500 to |
$30,000.
Two auto repair shops with lease.
I
Several large plots of ground on
prominent streets; terms reasonable.
Possession soon, 2-story brick, cor
ner, all imp.. 6 years old, front porch; ,
$5OO down; price $2600.
C. H. CORDER,
1722 Green St. Bell phone 560J
316, 318, 320, 322 Lewis; 6 rooms and
bath; electric light.
2044 Susquehanna; 8 rooms and
bath. i
1933 N. 3d St.. 11 rooms and bath.
680 Schuylkill St.. 6 rooms and bath,
D. E. LUCAS,
303 Lewis Street.
Real Estate and Insurance.
258 BROAD STREET; 3-
STORY BRICK; NINE ROOM
AND BATH. POSSESSION
NOVEMBER 1. INQUIRE
DR. ELLENBERGER,
922 NORTH THIRD ST.
Look this list over now. Forster st.,
9 rooms, bath and steam heat.
Harris street, 7 rooms.
Wallace st., 10 rooms and bath.
Linden st., 8 rooms and attic.
Two on Boyd street. All on easy
payments.
LINCOLN REALTY CO.,
1129 North Seventh St.
FOR SALE—A very desirable house
on Penn St. near Emerald. A. W.
Swengel, 2131 N. Second St.
321 Herr St., 8 roomed house; all
improvements; a bargain to quick
buyer. Rents for $25. Apply 324
Kelly St.
HOUSES ror sale in Hlghsplre at
bargain. W. J. Reeves, 224 Market St., I
Hignspire, 9801.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Three-story brick houses; steam
heat and all improvements; Derry
St. between 21st and 22d Sts. $3OO
down. Balance as rent
BRICK HOUSE —Logan St., below
Peffer Street; 8 rooms and bath- Pos
session fifteen days. $5O down, $25
per month.
WOODBINE STREET—B rooms and
bath; electric light; papered and
painted new. $5O down; $25 per
month.
LOUIS B. COHEN.
31 North Second Street
Bell phone 3057J
FOR RENT
Nov/ vacant, 123 Adam Street, Steel
ton; nice home for colored people;
rent $l5.
BACKENSTOSS REALTY CO.
(Hbg. Real Estate Bureau)
331 Market Street.
FOR RENT —Furnished house on
North Second street within easy walk
ing distance of Market Square; six
rooms, bath, furnace, gas and coal
ranges. No children. Possession No
vember 1. Rent $5O. Inspection on ap
pointment. Address Box H-7873 care
Telegraph.
FOR SALE—West Fairview, corner
frame house with Ave rooms and batn
and lights. $l6OO for quick buyer.
Call at 453 State Road.
REAL ESTATF—For Sale or Rent
Opportunity for live wire, Howard
street above Thirteenth, 15,000 square
feet of floor space, brick construc
tion, adaptable for warehouse or
manufacturing purpose, electrically
equipped, steam heated, now used as
garage and service station, (known
as Conover Garage), attractive propo
osition to quick buyer.
LOUIS B. COHEN,
Bell SC-67J, 31 North Second St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED—To buy a ' property in
Hill section north of Market St. State
location and lowest cash price in first
le.tter. Address Box S-7773 care Tels
graph.
WANTED to buy a rooming house
of about 10 or 12 rooms. Must be cen
tral. Write Mrs. John Herman, 745
Broad St., Bridgeport, Conn.
I HAVE BUYERS—List your prop
erties with me. Chas. Adlcr. Real Es
tate and Insurance, 1002 North Third
Street.
FARMS '
FARMS FOR SALE
Price
16 acres, Dauphin county $l7OO
17 acres. Perry county $750
33 acres, Dauphin county $l6OO
40 acres. Lebanqn county $4200
51 acres, York county $l7OO
63 acres, Perry county $lOOO
77 acres, Lebanon county $4500
80 acres, Lebanon county $4200
98 acres. Dauphin county $2900
115 acres. Dauphin county $3OOO
150 acres, Lebanon county $B4OO
180 acres. Dauphin county $3OOO
DURAND & FERRER,
107 Chestnut near Front
FOR SALE—Farms from one acre
to five hundred acres, and prices from
' $6OO to $25,000. Call or write for cat-
I alog. The McVey Co., Real Estate
Operators, Mount Union, Pa. ,1
I AO—tinned Jm Nest /'
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FARMS \
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FARMS FOR SALE. ALBu AS
INVESTMENTS I
135 acres. 6 miles from Hbgl, York
county 1 $13,500
115 acres, 3 miles from Hbg., rfumber
land county T. $13,000
60 acres, 4 miles from Hbg., fcumber
land county 1...53.800
1™ acres, truck, 4 miles frofm Hbg..
Cumberland county r...52,500
100 acres, 12 miles from Hfcg.. Dau
phin county (....$B,OOO
15 acres, 13 miles from Hbg.l Dauphin
county /. ...$1,500
185 acres, 7 miles from HbgJ, Dauphin
, county I $8,600
12 acres. 2 miles from Hbgf.. Dauphin *
county 7L. ...$5,000 ■
3 acres, 3 miles from Hbg/, Dauphin ™
county J $3,600
141-acre farm, 14 miles from Hbg..
Dauphin county /. .. .slo,ooog\
52-acre farm and ice biyslness with
stock. Perry county ...J. $B,OOO
"C" my list of farms. I ; ,
CHARLES DAITIES, \
1549 State 3t.
Bell 4162R 7 Dial 480
FOR pALE
52-acre truck farhi and ice busineaa
10-room brick housfc, bank barn, tirit
60. wagon shed, (nig sty. chicken
houses, including ttiree horses, three
wagons and all th'j farming imple
ments, Ice house capacity 21,000 tons.
Ice tools and 2-aerfc pond, concrete
dam in A 1 condithjn. This property
shows values of 913,000, 25,000 ft.
white pine timber, (retail price ice 80c
per 100 lbs., location % miles west of
Duncannon, Perry bounty. Possession
at once. Price $8,0190. $l,OOO can re
main at 6 per cent. /
"C" CHARLES DAVIES.
1549 Stfate St.
Bell 4162R 1 Dial 4930
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FOR SALE
30 acres timber land—9o per
cent, otik—near Lewisberry,
York county. Address M-8094 Vi
cart Telegraph.
130-aore farm for sale or exchange
on city property in business location;
good quality soil; 4 miles from Dun
cannon on Wm. Penn road to Sun
bury; 2%-story, 8 roomed house;
porch on three sides; summer house;
running spring water; large bank
barn; wagon shed with corn crib on
both sides; good hog stable with corn
ciib; large chicken house; apple or
chard and other fruit trees; achoolv
house and cburch nearby. Inquire
Durand & Ferber, 107 Chestnut St.
Bell 47 67 or 1649 J.
OFFICES AND STOREROOMS
FOR RENT —Basement in business
section of city, suitable for small
business, city heat. Inquire of A. I.
Miller, 15A S. Third St.
i FOR RENT—Second floor room, 50x
1:40 ft, no posts, 11th and Berryhllp *■
Street. Apply on premises.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
4
MOTORS FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Motors, one alternating
current motor; Robbins & Myeis
single; Phase 110 volts; 60 cycles,
1760 rev.
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO.. ,
<ll
Printing —Binding Designing
Photo-Engraving Die Stamping-
Plato Printing.
Harrisburg, Pa.
1
FOR SALE
7,000 square feet second
hand metal ceiling. Inquire
Superintendent of Telegraph
Building.
FOR SALE
One white Iron bed. one good
mattress, spring, complete
$25; one 6x9 Crex rug $9.50.
FORNWALT.
1321 North Sixth Street
FOR SALE—Car load of Watson
dump wagons. Apply A. A. Thumma.
Lemoync, Pa.
FOR SALE —One-minute water mo
tor washer in good condition. Call
Bell phene 4554. Deft Device Co., 28
S. Fourth St.
FOR SALE —One fumed oak Dav
enport. Call at 271 Hamilton St.
APPLES! APPLES! APPLES!
For choice Grimes Golden. Baldwin,
York Imperial and other varieties,
to the D. L Allen orchard, 37 miles
west of Harrisburg and 1% miles
south of Lee's Cross Roads. D. L.
Allen.
FOR SALE—Range in good condi
tion. Inquire 202 Reily St.
FOR SALE—Two beds, springs,
feather beds, pillows, sideboard, din
ing room chairs, rockers, hall rack,
wardrobe, small table, bureau, chif
fonier, comode, leather couch, piano,
Mason Jars. Apply 1439 Market st
FOlt SALE—Range Stewart No. 3.
complete with water back, warming
oven, in good condition. Inquire 1952
Bcllevuc Road. Bell 2456 W.
BOOKS Bought and sold; 20,000
new. old. rare, In stock. Aurand'e. j
$26 North Third. Circulars free.
CASH REGISTERS. TYPEWRITERS
Can he bought on easy payment
plan, combination adding machine ats .
tachment; terms to suit purchaser?!
guaranteed for twenty years. Address
Box G-7996 care Telegraph.
TYPEWRITERS BOU GH T FOR
CASH ALL MAKES RENTED
EXCHANGED
GEORGE P. TILLOTSON,
206 LOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE
ORPHEUM THEATER
BOTH PHONES
CENTRAL Furniture .Store, 824
Reily St.. on account of building our
warehouse, we close ouL
ranges, cook stoves and neater, at w .
low price; also furniture and floor
covering at reduced price. A trial
will convince you. 1061 M.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying
new and second-hand furniture here.
High prices paid for furniture. MorrU
Schmertz. 1018 Market. Bell 4494.
Additional Classified Adfc. ,
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