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The Star-Independent Gives Away 2 Orpheum Tickets Daily
The Name of the Person to Whom They Will Be Awarded To-day Is Somewhere Among the Classified Ads On This Page i .. . . , 1 '' • . Perhaps you are the lucky person. Look until you find out. If you cfet th* tickets please call for thenvbefore 8 o'clock to-morrow evening or they will be forfeited. (These names are drawn from the Directory by a blindfolded girl.) Basinets Opportunities BUSINESS OPPOBTUNITXES. CORNER BUSINESS PROPERTY for Bale; uptown section; improved dwell ing with store room; stable on prop ertv Price reasonable. Grocery stock at inventory. BELL REALTY CO., Berg iii r Hm Id i HI;. P" \ Last and Faond FOUND. FOUND—A pair of nose glasses, in case of R. I). Pratt. 807 N. Third St. Found in Keystone Cycle Co., 814 N. Third St. Owner may have same by identifying property and paying for this ad. FOUND—On Market Square, Monday p. ill., a gold ring set with live blue ■ tones. Owner may have ring by iden tifying same and paying for this ad. "all at Star-Independent office. FOUND —The way to end your cleaning and dyeing worries by calling either piiohe for Kggert's Steam Dyeing and French Cleaning Works, 1245 Markot ,<t. We call and LOST. I»ST—Black ostrich neck piece. Sun day evening, between Harrisburg and Pine streets, and I'ostofflct, Steelton. Reward if returned to CATHARINE i MEREDITH, 363 Pine street, Steelton. LOST—During reoent ice flood a flat broke loose at Northumberland and went adrift, had machinery on belong ing to a coal digger. Any person lo cating same please notify J. W. Snyder, Shamokin Damt Pa., or Chas. Miles, 515 Muench St.. Harrisburg, Pa. » Miscellaneous FURNITURE PACKING PACKING—A. H. SHRENK. 1906 North Sixth street, tlrst class packer of fur niture, china and bricabrac. Bell phone SP9W. W. J. WEN RICH, 339 Hamilton street- Furniture, china and piano packing. Shipments looked after at both ends. Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone. 1227 W. _ MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TO OBTAIN REST at night use Lung Saver, The Good Cough Syrup. Good for old as well as young; also good for croup. Ask your grocer. CARPENTER AND BUILDER H. H. FEESER, Carpenter and Builder, 31st and Curtln Sts„ Penbrook, Pa. Carpenter repair work promptly at tended to. Estimates furnished. Unitud phone 226 L OLD GOLD AND SILVER OLD GOLD AND SILVER watches, dia monds and Jewelry bought for high est cash prices. JOS. D. BRENNER, No. IN. Third St. Bell phone 1274U_ STOBAOE HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two new eight-story brick warehouses, one absolutely fireproof, divided into tireproof private rooms of various sizes for the storage of household goods; the other warehouse of the m<yit approved type of Are retardant con struction for general merchandise. They are equipped with two large electric freight elevators and spiral chute for the quick and safe handling of house hold goodß and all kinds of merchan dise. Low storage rates. South Second street, near Paxton, on the tracks of Penna. R. R. FINANCIAL MONEY TO LOAN upon real estate se curities in any anmounts and upon any terms to suit the borrower. Ad dress P. O. box 174. PIANO MOVING PIANO moving by experts. • WINTER PIANO CO., 23 N. Fourth St. Call 146. Bell phone. MONEY TO LOAN ANY person needing money in amounts from $5 to SSO holding a salaried po sition, would vbe benefited by calling on us. Employes' Discount Co.. 36 North Third St. LOANS—SS to S2OO for .honest working people without bank credit at less than legal rates; payable in install ments to suit borrowers' convenience. CO-OPERATIVE Loan and Investment Co., 204 Chestnut St. ALL KINDS OF HAULING ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton truck; furniture, pianos, freight, in the city and suburbs. Prices reason able. Picnic and pleasure trips, day or evening. WM. H. DARE, 1463 Vernon T V BRICK HOUSE FOB SALE 2022 (irrpn St.—Three-story brick ! house—ten rooms—bath and steam j heat—cemented cellar with hot and cold water and closet—front and back porches—gas and electricity. Lot 21x85 feet. Price upon inquiry, i lie* \. Secoad St. —Three-story | brick house—eight rooms—hath and furnace. Lot 15X65V6 ft. Price upon 1 inquiry. 1310 State St.—Three-story brick i he se—eight rooms—bath and fur- I nace. Lot 16x100 ft., with a 15-ft. rear alley. Price and terms upon In quiry. 2118 \. Third St.—Three-story brick house—(one of a pair)—twelve rooms—two baths —steam heat—ce mented cellar with hot and cold water —closet and laundry—bay win dows—front and rear porches and balcony. Lot 22x160 ft. Price upon Inquiry. MILLER BROTHERS & CO. REAL ESTATE Fire Insurance Surety Bonds Locust, rod Court Streets Real Estate *— A REAL ESTATE FOE BENT FOR RHNT—Room, 3,500 square feet floor space; suitable for storage or light manufacturing purposes. Inquire J. E. RIIOADS, Cowden ami Porster streets. NICE HOUSE FOR RENT at 1206 Penn St.; all conveniences; rent reasonable. Inquire of H. COHIEN. 202 Market St. l>'Oß RENT—Now 9-room brick house with steam heat, in nicest and health iest part of city, near Reservoir Park. Rent J'-'-. Apply at 1914 Park street. FOR RENT— -1313 Market—apis S3O and s3o 1330 Dcrry—apts $30.00 13th and Derry—apts., s2i.ao 1316 Market—Apts ... ...$22.50 1146 Derry —house, $22.00 144? Berryhlll—house s2i..>o 745 S. 19th—house, new $30.30 3336 Ellersly—house, new, $18.50 415 Hummel—house $18.50 2116 Derry—house, SIB.OO 1438 Vernon—hoifse, '.. $12.00 1617 A Compass— house $ll.OO HARVEY T. SMITH, Estate and Insurance, 204 S. 13th. Bell phone 248 M. FOR RENT—Francis J. McLanachan, 403 S. Seventeenth St., to whom two reserved tickets were awarded to-day, Rood for the evening performance at the Orpheum. February 19, 1915. Call for them at Star-Independent office, be fore S p. m., February IS, 1915, of they will be forfeited. FOR RENT—222S and 2227 N. Fourth St.; brick houses; S rooms and bath; all improvements; front porch. Apply W. H. MOODY, Room 207, Trustee Build ing, 8 North Market Square. TOR RENT—No. 2215 Atlas street, all improvements, ill good condition; rent, $16.00. Call FRANK B. WICKER SHAM, 410 Bergner Building. HOUSES FOR RENT—623, 6J5. 639 Schuylkill St. Possession at once. Apply J. C. MKHRING. 2439 Sdxth St. FOR RENT—Houses with all improve ments, at moderate rentals. J. E. GIPPLE, Market St. FOR RENT—AII improve ments — 1614 Catherine, $16.00 330 S. Eighteenth, .. .$18.50 Apply Kuhn & Hershey, 18 South Third street. FOS SALE OB EXCHANGE DESIRABLE home in suburban town; lot 35x150 ft; lawns, garden, grano lithic walks and cemented cellar. Easy (vayments. part cash, balance at low rate of interest. Will exchange on city property. Address 2464, care Star-ln iependent. ' REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. (28) ACRES ($1200) One of the largest Carpet Mills in Pennsylvania, Iron (and) Steel Works, 3 trolley lines (4) railroads (90) trains daily. City market only (3) mile to dandy (28) acre farm with (2) story (6) roo/n home, large windows and cellar. Bank barn and outbuildings. Can have running spring water —apples, plums, cherries, peaches, quinces, pears, grapes, ($100) fruit last year. Horse, (cow) four hogs, (40) chickens, wagon, buggy, harness, ton hay, ton straw (20) bushel oats (15) bushel corn (price) everything only ($1600). (70) ACRES ($1800) Edge (of) City Market. Large (Stove) Works, Machine Shops, Foundries (20) passenger trains daily. Home (Ham) outbuildings (15) acres good woodland, band mostly level Southern exposure, spring water and creek. Apples, cher ries, peaches, quinces, pears, grapes and plum trees. Last year (1000) bush els of fruit. Ton straw, ton hay (25) bushel oats (50) bushel corn (2) horses (cow) two hogs (50) chickens (gi ineasl ducks (geke) and machinery. (Re member) only ($2500). (100) ACRES ($3500) Here you are—Great Bargain. Only (mile) to large Market between (2) cities of (30,000) population paying ($350,000) monthly. Buildings moatiy new and painted last year. Stone spring house at Fine White Home with porch (30) feet long. (16) acres (woodland) valued ($1200) and (600) choice fruit trees. (2) horses (3) cowe (6) hogs (70) chickens (») ton hay (10) ton straw (100) bushel oatg (120) bushel corn (Everything) only ($4200). Handy ■to Trolley. GEORGE B. OSTRANDER Danville Telephones Sunbury Mornings (7 to 8) Evenings GROCERY STORE for sale at inven tory—conditions favorable; rent for dwelling and store, $25. Buy this store if you want a good business. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Bulging. BUSINESS PROPERTY for sale that should interest you. Corner; brick; large; modern; steam heat. No. 1820 N. Third street. Price right. Inspect It soon. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building. TWO HOUSKB for rent at sl7 and S2O respectively. Also sevtral houses for sale on easy payments. Think this mat ter over and act. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building. FOR SALE —-Two building lots, in city limits. Sold at a bargain if sold at once. Call 205 Bergner building, or Bell phone 1572 J. EVERGREEN STREET property for sale; improved brick house, near Market street. Also corner property, at No. 10 S. Eighteenth St. Full infor mation at BELL REALTY CO.. Bergner Building. VERY DESIRABLE brick house for sale; 530 Camp St.; 11 rooms; bath, gas, steam heat; porch; two stairways; lot 24x130; stable. Prifce reasonable. BtELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building. FOR SALE—Homes at Rlveraide, at prices $2250, $2500 and S2BOO. Electric ! lights, steam heat and all Improve ments; alao building lots at Penbrook, Paxtang and Riverside for sale. For terms apply to S. IIALDEMAN & CO., Carpenters and Builders, 3122 N. Slyth St. Carpenter repair work promptly'at tended to. Estimates cheerfully fur nished by calling Bell phone 3622J3. REAL ESTATE FOB BALE OB BENT HOUSES FOR RENT and 2H-story dwelling houses tor sale. Elder Real Estate Co.. 24th and Derry Sta. FURNISHED BOOMS FOB BENT. POR RENT—New furnished front room* facing Capitol Park; stationary wash stands, hot and cold running water; electric light In each room; alao use of phone and large bath. Apply 410 North •treat HARRXSBURG STAft-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17, 1915. ■N Real Estate FARMS FOB SALE TWO small farms for sale; size 26 and 39 acres; one near Hershey and the. other 2V4 miles from New Cumiberland. Possession at once. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building, APARTMENTS FOR BENT FOR RENT—Three modern new apart ments; 7 rooms, bath, eleetric lights, steam heat, gas range, laun dry trays; hard wood floors; No. 139 S. Thirteenth St. Can be seen 10 a. ni. to 4 p. m. Apply on premises or call Bell 2283 L. _ FOR REN* —Apartments at southeast corner 1-ourth and Pefter street*. All conveniences at reasonable rent. Out side porch. Apply B. F. UMBERGER. 108 N. Second St., or 427 Peffer St. BOOMS FOB BENT TOR RENT—-Rooms for rent; also boarding; two very nicely furnished 'rooms with all conveniences; rent rea sonable. Call 1217 Market St. TOR RENT—Three rooms on second floor for light housekeeping. Apply 35 N. Sixteenth street. DESIRABLE ROOMS—Single and en suite—all outside rooms—running water—elevator service—city steam heat —ill the Franklin Building, 212 Lo cust St. MILLER BROTHERS & CO.. Locust and Court Sts. Wants HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED—Several salesmen to demon strate and sell newly patented article that is needed In every house, school room, store and business office In this country. Experience unnecessary. For particulars, write or call on MR. LEM LEY, third floor, front, 202 Locust St. Office hours, 11 to 2 p. m. YOUNG MAN td collect afcounts for large city firm; prefer one having had previous experience; must not be afraid of hard work; state age, salary expect ed and place where formerly employed. Give reference as to character, so briety, honesty, etc., etc. Tell us some thing about yourself. Address 3496, care Star-Independent. WANTED—Men to learn barber trade; new method; wages alter first month. Steady position guaranteed; write for catalogue. Moler's Barber College, Dept. R. 207 Bowery, New York City. AUTO transportation school wants men to become practical chauffeurs and earn $75 to SIOO per month. We give a thorough course in crude and practical work for $35.00. No. 5 N. Cameron; Bell phono 1710. SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE. WANTED —work of any kind; experi enced chauffeur; understands automo biles; address or call 209 N. Second St., Steelton, Pa. _ YOUNG married man would like posi tion as cheuffeur; eight years' experi ence; can do own repairing. Address or call 124 Strawberry Ave. TWO carpenters want work at once; llrst cl«ss finishers. Address JACOB SANDERS, Swatara Station, Pu, WANTED—Position as collector, solici tor or driving team; experienced; would be pleaded to have interview with any person needing my services. Ad dress 1301 N. Thlid St., City, or Bell phone 1685 R. Ask for W. E. M. YOUNG married man, experienced in grading work of all klnd«, under stands the handling of men; would con sider any offer. Address or call 142 North St., Harrisburg, Pa. BOOKKEEPER, cashier (28). desires position; ten years' experience; sin gle and double entry; excellent pen man; A 1 references; capable of taking full charge. Address B. ENGEL, 304 Chestnut St. WHITE BOY, 16 years of age. would like to learn barber trade. Apply 1114 N. Cameron St., Harrisburg, Pa. WANTED—By a young colored man, work of any kind. Apply 203 N. Sec ond St., Steelton. Pa. WANTED—Married man wishes posi tion as clerk in factory or store, or in shipping or receiving department; can give good referehce and bond. Address J. 1825 Brlggs street. Bell phone 2955W, City. COIX>RED MAN would like home with a family In the country or suburbs; honeat and a good worker. Write or call at 903 Sarah avenue. J. WARN. YOUNG MAN, 29 years of age, desires employment. Is familiar with elec trical work and auto mechanical work. Best of reference. Apply H. H. FRO MM, 1411 3. Twelfth St. WANTED—Position as cook, private or commercial; can furnish references. Apply 638 Briggs street. PAINTED woodwork and windows cleaned; automobiles washed. Call Bell phone 1766 J. WANTED—A young married man would like to have a position as stationary engineer; has had eight years experi ence; can do most of his own repairs; or will accept a Job tiring boilera If job is steady year around. Call R. M., United phone 773Y, City. YOUNG MARRIED MAN with fair edu cation and good recommendation, wants position as shipping or receiving clerk. Address G. R. SLEIGHTER, En haut, Pa. A YOUNG, well experienced window cleaner wants work; three years' ex perience in New York City. Call or ad dreas_lll4 _Chrißtiana_St. (for Steve). Philadelphia Produce Market Philadelphia, Feb. 17.—Wheat lower; No. 2 red spot, export, 158® 164; No. 1 northern, Duluth export, I(7® 171. Corn lower; No. 2 spot, export, 79® 80; No. 3 yellow local, 8314®84. Oats lower; No. 1 white, 64%® 65. Bran steady; winter, per ton. *3o.su@ 21.00; spring, $28.00® if.so. Refined sugars Arm; powdered, 5.85; fine granulated, 5.75; Confectioners' A, 5.65. Butter steady; western creamery, ex tra, 31; nearby prints, fancy, 34. Waits l HELr WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED Good woman for housework. Must un derstand cooking and gen eral housework. Address 3495, care Star-Independent. WANTED Experienced help. Apply Silk Mill, corner Second and North streets. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. A YOUNG LADY wants general house work or will ke»p house for widower. Address 811 James Ave. WANTED—A middle-lined lady desire* a position as maternity nurse. 1443 Vernon St. WANTED—MiddIe-aged lady wishes day's work of any kind. Call or ad dress 200f> N. Seventh St. EXPERIENCED dining room prlrl wants work. Ottll 418 Market street. WANTED —Position of any kind, or housekeeping In a widower's family, by middle-aged lady with 10-year-old girl. Address MRS. E. BRANDT, West Fatrvlew, Pa. WHITE GIRL, wants work of any kind; sleep at home; would like Saturday and Sunday afternoons off. Call or ad dress MISS REED. 1527 Wallace St. WANTED—By a colored lady, day's work, dish washing or child's nurse. Call 517 Shaffer avenue. WANTED—By young colored girl, dish washing in hotel. Apply 519 Shaffer Ave. RELIABLE and experienced worker wants ironing or cleaning by the day. Address MISS S. L., 610 N. Second St. EXPERIENCED LADY would llkn to have a situation for upstairs work or plain cooking; not out of city limits. Address 123 N. Front St., Columbia, Pa. YOUNG colored lady wants work as sec ond girl, child's nurse or assist with housework. Call 28 Linden St. WANTED—General housework or dish washing, by a young colored girl. Call or address James St, WASHING and ironing to do at home. Call at 1529 Logan Ave. WANTED—Position as housekeeper. In respectable family. City preferred. Address 2210 Atlas Ave. WANTED—A young married woman wishes work to do at home during spare time; factory work preferred. Call at 562 Forrest St., Harrisburg. WANTED—Washing and ironing to do at home, or office cloanin.g Call at No. 625 Mahantongo St. WANTED —Young lady wishes position as bookkeeper or clerical work; can furnish references. Apply 530 Maclay street. WANTED—Young lady would like work of any kind, cooking, housework, tak ing care of children, etc. Apply 348 S. Cameron St. WANTED—Washing or general house work. Apply MAKGRET BOLLINGER, 1313 Cowden stfreet. AGENTS WANTED WANTED Reliable men and women agents, who can hustle for an up-to-date LIVE PROPO SITION. Apply Room 27, Spooner Ruilding, Harrisburg, Pa., 10 a. in. to 5 p. m. BILLY SUNDAY'S MESSAGE—LiberaI terms to live men or women. Apply Wholesale Depot. 25 North Third, top floor. Legal * | II ~ PROCLAMATION IN DIVORCE Dauphin County, ss; In .the Court of Common Pleas of Daupnln County. Pa., No. 132, January term, 1914. Libel in Divorce—a vinculo matrimonii, Carrie D. Derr vs. Harry E. Derr. The subpoena and alias subpoena in the above-stated case have been re turned "non est inventus." You, Harry E. Derr, are therefore directed to ap pear in the court at Harrisburg, Pa« on tho third Monday of March, A. I). 1915, to answer the complaint therein filed. HARRY C. WELLS. Sheriff. Harrisburg, Pa., February litli. 1915. Steelton, Pa., 4'eb. 15. 1915. NOTICE —Letters o£ administration on the eatate of George H. Donnelly, late of the Borough of Steelton, Dau phin county, Pa., deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in Newberry town, York county, Pa., all persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present tliem for settlement to GEORGE R. DONNELLY. Administrator, Or to H. L DRESS, Attorney, Steelton Trust Co. Bldg., Steelton. ADMINISTRATOR' 8 NOTICE Eggs steady: nearby firsts, free case, 7.80; current receipts, free case, 7.65; western extras, firsts, free case, 7.80; tlrsts, free case, 7.65. Live poultry weak; fowls, 15® 16; old roosters, 11SJ>11%; chickens, 13&16; turkeys. 14®17; ducks, lswli; geese. 15 @l7. Dressed poultry easier; fowls, 18ft @ In Estate of William Earl Noble, late of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of the above-named decedent have been grant ed to the undersigned. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make payment, and all persons having claims against the estate will present them for settlement to THOMAS K. LEIDY. ESQ., 626 Washington St, Reading, Pa., Administrator. THOMAS K. LEIDY, Attorney, 526 Washington St., Reading. Pa. 19H: average, 1«H@18H; small, HQ 16; old roosters, 14; broiling chickens, nearby, 18023; western, 14022; roast ing chickens, 17 @ 20; turkeys, t% ncy, 22; -- $10,000,000 First Mortgage Sinking Fund 5% Gold Bonds ISSUED BY Swift & Company Dated July I, 1914 Due July I, 1944 Intereat payable January 1 and July f in Chicago or New York, at the option of the holder. Authorized $50,000,000 Outstanding $25,000,000 Redeemable at 102'/j and interest on any interest date upon three months' notice. l FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, CHICAGO, CORPORATE TRUSTEE. We summarize the following features concerning this issue: r ! '^l (I ) The bonds are secured by a first mortgage upon the property and plants of the Company, located at Chicago, East St. Louis, South Omaha, Kansas City, South St. Joseph, South St. Paul, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Denver, Milwaukee, St. Louis, and distributing branch houses in 62 of the principal cities of the United States. Aggregate appraised value of property mortgaged is over $47,000,000. (2) The Company covenants that it will maintain Net Quick Assets equal at all times to the amount of bonds outstanding. As of September 26, 1914, Net Quick Assets were $42,1 12,624. (3) Net Earnings for the fiscal yeir ended September 26, 1914, applicable to bond interest, were $9,887,500, or nearly eight times the interest requirements on bonds now outstanding. (4) Bonds are followed by $75,000,000 Capital Stock, all sold for cash at par. Cash dividends have been earned and paid continuously for twenty-nine years, and for the past sixteen years at the rate of 7 % per annum. (5) Beginning July 1, 1915, the Company is required to pay annually to the Trustee a sinking fund of 2% of the bonds issued, either in cash or in bonds at par, all cash payments to be applied to the purchase or redemption of bonds. Bonds so acquired are to be cancelled. i (6) Based on gross sales of $425,000,000 the Inventory shown in the follow ing statement represents only about a forty days' supply. Owing to the liquid character of this Inventory the Company is enabled to turn over its net working capital about ten times in each year. CONDENSED BALANCE SHEET AS OF SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. Auets Liabilities Real Estnto and Improvements, Capital Stock $ 78,000,000 including Branch Houses $ 50,434,307 Bonded Debt. M 10,000,000 Stocks and Bonds 35,462,091 Bills Payable 39,538,850 Cash 8,479,190 Accounts Payable 18,619,001 Accounts Receivable 47,329,777 Accrued Interest and Dividend. « 1,437,500 Inventory 45,899,008 Reserves .....< 5,809,022 Surplus 37,200,000 $187,604,373 $187,604,373 ! PRICE 96 AND INTEREST, YIELDING ABOUT 5.27% Circular containing complete detaih upon request First Trust & Savings Bank Potter, Choate & Prentice White, Weld & Co. First National Bank Building 55 Wall Street 14 Wall Street Chicago New York Chicago New York Boston I 1 Deafb and Obituary _ DIED. MEETCH—Mrs. Mary Catherine Meetch, wife of William B. Meetch, on Tues day morning, February 18, 1915. Funeral services at the home, No. 1620 North Second street, Thursday, February 18. 1915, at 2 o'clock. LUPFER—On February 15, 1915, Henry J. Lupfer died suddenly at his home, 1319 Marlon street, aged 72 years. Funeral services Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock, at the above address. Body will be taken to New Bloomfleld Thursday morning- by Undertaker G. H. Sourbler, where Interment will he made. Train leaves P. R. R. station at 8 a. m. Relatives and friends are invited to ai tend. gapMNMHwafa mmmmm^ Sale and Exchange FOR SALE OWNER will sacrifice 5-passenger tour ing car In good shape for $350 cash. Call Bell phone 100. 810 BARGAINS In unredeemed Dia monds, Watches, Jewelry, Firearms, Musical Instruments, etc. Cash paid for old gold and silver. Repairing a spe cialty. CITY LOAN OFFICE, 411 Mar ket street. FOR SALE—Cigar, tobacco and confec tionary store doing a good cash bus iness and also an tee cream manufac turing plant; will sell Jit a reasonable figure. Apply L. A. Smith, Fourth and Kelker streets. RESTAURANT at 25 S Second St. Har rlsburg; good trade, in good order; for particulars inquire on promises. FOR SALE—At GABLE'S, 111-117 South Second St.; Red Tip, Ring Point, Bliz zard, Rowe Junior, Can't Slip, Giant Grip and Always Sharp Calks, FOR SALE—At GABLE'S, 111-117 South Second St., 5,000 sets new Sash, Bxlo xl 2 L.. primed and glased, at $1.15 per set. Alio other sizes. (air to good, 18®20; ducks, 12®18; geese, 10 @l4. Potatoes weaker; Pennsylvania, per bushel, 60®63; Maine, 45®60; New York, 4045)45; Jersey, per basket. 30®35. Flour nominal; winter straight, 7.25 @7.50; spring straight, 7.0007.25; do., patent, 7.35 0)8.50. Hay firm; No. 1 largo bales, 18.50® 19.00; No. 1 medium bales, 18.50® 19.00; No. 2 do.. 17.00® 18.00; No. 3 do.. 14.500 15.50. Clover mixed, light. 17.50® 18.00: No. 1 do., 16.50® 17.00; No. 2, 15.00® 16.00. Chicago Live Stock Market Chicago, Feb. 17.—Hogs—Receipts, 140,000; slow. Bulk, v 6.65®6.80; light, (For Rentl Desirable offices in the Union Trust Building. Apply Union Trust Co. ! \ . ,| Frankß. ; & Son j Real Estate and Insurance i Office No. 18 N. Third |; ! St., Harrisburg, Pa., ! 1 | FOR SALE 127x100, S. E. corner Jefferson and Seneca Sts. 110x127, East of above lots, on east side of Sen eca St. i 80x127, West side of Curtin St., east of Jeffer son. Price right to quick buyer. ————————————— 6.60<56.80; mixed, 6.55®6.80; heavy, 6.35 @8.75: rough, email@example.com; ptgs, ti.254ii8.75. Cattle—Receipt*, 9,000: llrm. Native steers, 5.25@8.+0; western, 4.65 @7.20; cows and heifers, firstname.lastname@example.org; calves, 6.50 @10.25. Shee>p—Receipts. 11,000; firm. Sheep, , email@example.com yearlings, 7.50<jj>8.10; lambs, , firstname.lastname@example.org. 11 v FOR RENT I In Cameron Building | 2-room suite of of- I fices, facing Walnut St., H from March Ist. Two single (insid?) | rooms. Store room 103 N. Second St., from A]3ril Ist. Lodge hall, third floor. G. L. CULLMERRY Commonwealth Trust Bldg. Offering of Swift & Company Bonds Potter, Choate & Prentice, 55 Wall street; White, Weld & Co., 14 Wall street, and the First Trust & Savings Bank of Chicago are offering $10,000,000 first mortgage sinking fund 5 per cent, gold bonds issued by Swift & Co., at 06 and interest, yielding about 5.27 per cent. The bonds are due July 1, 1944, and are redeemable at 102% and interest on any interest date upon three months' notice. The aggregate appraised value of tho property mortgaged is ovor $47,000,000 and the company cove nants that it will maintain net quick assets equal at all times to the amount of bonds outstanding. Tho net quick assets as of September 26, 1914, wore $42,11 2,624 and the net earnings for the fiscal year ended September 26th last, applicable to bond interest, were $9,887,500, or nearly eight times the interest requirements on bonds now out standing. Beginning July 1, 1915, tho company is required to pay annually to the trustee a sinking fund of 2 per cent, of the bond issued, either in cash or in bonds at par, all cash payments to bo applied to the purchuse or redemption of bonds. Bouds are followed by $75,000,000 capital stock on which cash dividends have been earned and paid continuously for 29 years.—Adv.* She Was Frank The moving picture director was hav ing trouble iu getting one of the scenes right. The girl was supposed to resist an attempt to kiss her, but the re hearsal was far from satisfactory. "Think, now,'' said the director, coaching her, "haven't vor ever tried to stop a young man from kissing you!" "No," was the girl's frank reply.— London Answers.