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Telegraph Want Ads Reaches the Most Houses For the Money
In school now and tching for the last day
Many o fthem want to go to work during
vacation in order to make a little spending
Bright, willing boys they are.
The sort you've been wishing for. Why
don't you "get to them" through a Telegraph
Phone your ad now to the Telegraph, Bell
2040, Cumberland 203.
SIMMONS On May 15, 1914, Martha
L, wife of R. A. Simmons, aged 64
Funeral on Monday. May 18, at 1
o'clock P. M„ from residence of her
daughter, Mrs. C. P. Tread well, 51 *orth
Eighteenth street, Harrisburg, Pa The
relatives and friends are Invited to at
tend without fuither notice. Burial
LOST Scotch Collie; light tan,
white breast, collar and paws, small
ears; scar on nose. Answers to
of Laddie. Reward if returned to 17.8
North Fourth street.
PICKED Up in the ladies' lava
torv, on fourth floor of Telegraph ,
Building, two diamond rings- Rew H>? ' f
returned to Teleirr-iT'li Business Uflice.
j/jsx Necklace and cross, on Sat
urday evening, between Locust street
and old Ten Cent Store. Finder return
to 103 Locust.
CANVASSER Good, experienced
hustler; salary and commission; steady
position, with advancement; state full
experience, age, etc. bulte 1014 100
Nassau street. New York,
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANT
«-No canvassing or soliciting requir
ood income assured. Address Na
-1 Co-Opfrative Realty Co., V-910,
en Building, Washington. D. C.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS are easy
to get. My free booklet, Y-3i2, tells
how. Write to-day—NOW. Earl Hop
kins, Washington, D. C.
WANTED Boy, not over 16 years,
to deliver, on wheel. Apply 17 North
WANTED An experienced electro
plater to take full charge. E. T. Fratm
L*>ck Co., Lancaster, Pa.
WE have a wonderful proposition
which anyone can haudle. No capital
or experience necessary. Write. Patter
son Shaffer, 275 Grove avenue, Johns
Thorough Instruction, $5. Returned if
not appointed. Particulars free. Ameri
can Civil Service School, Washington,
ADD to vour family income Knitting
Hosiery; no expei'ience; constant work; i
machines furnished under contract. We <
take the product. Make application to
day. Helping Hand Stores (Inc.), Chi- |
WANTED Men to sell seeds to i
farmers and ornamental stock In towns.
Apply at once. Herrlck Seed Company,
Rochester, N. Y.
SHOEMAKER WANTED at 1631 Mar
ket street. Bell phone 1934 J.
HONEST MAN WANTED in each
town for special advertising work; sls
n week to start; experience unneces
sary; references required. Address at
once McLean, Black &. Co., 93 N. Bev
erly street, Boston, Mass.
WANTED Men to sell our seed
and nursery line. Big proflts. Pay '
weekly. First National Nurseries, Ro- .
Chester, N. Y.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE to handle
best Accident and Health Policies. $2,-
000 Policy $5.00 per year. Pays Death,
Accident, Sick Benefits. Strong com
pany. Liberal commission. Elegant
opportunity for right party. Pacific
Coast Casualty Company, Newark, N. J.
SIOO WEEKLY PROFIT In spare '
time at home. Mall order business
don't worry about capital. Boyd 11.
Brown, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED SALESMAN. S6O
month and expenses; steady work; ex
perience unnecessary. Select territory
and get early start. Graham Nursery
Company, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTuiJ Good, reliable married '
man for the tea and coffee business.
Must be able to furnish a bond and
good reference. Apply Grand Union
Tea Co., 208 North Second street.
WANTED A machine puller-over
and sole layer on McKay work. Harris
burg Shoe Mfg. Co.. Harrisburg. Pa.
WANTED District Agents, live
men for a live proposition, big field
big opportunity. Address, with refer
erences, Jackson Maloney, Manager of
»encles, Philadelphia Life Insurance
k Philadelphia, Pa.
1847 MARKET ST.
Lot 24.3x100 through to Zarki r I
A well-built three-story brick
dwelling house (one of a pair)—ten
rooms bath steam hent—com
bination lighting front bay win*
dow on second floor—front and back
porches and balcony—fine lawn In
rear of house.
This property In on the market
for a quick sale at a bargain price.
Miller Bros. & Neefe
Fire Insnranee Surety Donds
Lornst irnrl Court Streets
SATURDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 16,1914.
AGENTS To represent a reputable
company's goods that positively bring
big returns. Address American Utili
tles Co.. Box 106, Bloomfield. N. J.
HONEST MAN WANTED in each
town to distribute free advertising
premiums; sls a week to start; ex
perience unnecessary; references re
quired. Address McLean, Black & Co.,
93, N. Beverly street, Boston. Mass.
AGENTS Let us show you how to
earn $lO daily. No experience needed.
Send no money. Just say, send par
ticulars. American Specialties Co., Box
232, Passaic, N. J.
AGENTS, make big money selling our
line of specialties. Write for our new
catalog, and free sample. Eagle Mail
Order Co., 2S Sheridan street, Port
AGENTS Red-hot Summer Seller—■
Concentrated soft drinks orangeade,
grape, raspberry, etc. 7 kinds small
package enormous demand. Whirl
wind sales. Astonishing profits. Get it
quick while its new. Write to-day
for full particulars, American Products
Co, 3515 Sycamore street, Cincinnati,
AGENTS MAKE $5,000 this year. Be
your own boss independent—abund
ant money your time your own. All
or spare time —at home or traveling.
Write E. M. Feltman, Sales Manager,
809» Sycamore street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
to-day for full particulars.
AGENTS WANTED Fifty cents!
(in quantities) buys a full size com
pressed air clothes washer. Patented
January 30, 1914. Thoroughly cleans
tub of clothes in three minutes. Women
grab it at $1.50. Washday now a pleas
ure. Mr. Marrick earned S9O first throe
weeks. A 14-year-old Kansas boy made
?5a.40 outside of school hours last
month. Send for Catalog "W" to-day
and get your county right. Avoid imi
tations. Wendell-Co., 284 Oak street,
AGENTS can make S2O to S3O weekly
selling our Household Specialties. Par
| ticulars Free. Rychlicki & Co., 5016
Page Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo.
SPECIALTY SALESMAN WANTED
to sell high-class products in Central I
Pennsylvania. Goods well advertised.
**vin pr. give three good references. '
Midland Supply Company, Davenport, i
SALESMEN WANTED Experience !
unnecessary, easy work, big nay. Write I
for large list of openings offering op- 1
portunities to earn SIOO to ssoii a month ;
while you learn. Address Dept. 244 l
National Salesmen's Trainng Associa
tion. Chicago, New York, Kansas City,
j San Francisco.
HELP WANTED— Fetiwla
Required the services of a
young lady to assist in office.
Must be able to write a legible
hand and to be accurate on fig
ures. Wm. B. Schleisner Store.
Salesladies required in Chil
dren's Dress and Coat Depart
ment. Wm. B. Schleisner Store.
WANTED Middle-aged woman, ex
perienced in bookkeeping, to keep
simple set of books. One who knows !
something about ladies' cloak and suit
, business preferred, although not essen- j
tial. References required. Apply Mon
day, Ladies' Bazaar, 10 South 'Fourth
WOULD you work for $15.00 per
week, 8 hours a day? Woman wanted
to distribute free packages Borax
Washing Powder. Ward Soap Co.. 216
Institute Place, Chicago.
DO easy, pleasant coloring work at
I home; good pay; no canvassing: no ex
perience required. Illus. Particulars
free. Helping Hand Stores, Chicago.
WANTED Five bright, capable
ladies to travel, demonstrate and sell
dealers; $25.00 to $50.00 per week. Rail
road fare paid. Goodrich Drug Co..
Dept. 579, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED I want a good, reliable
lady agent, a hustler, not too young
This is an exceptional opportunity as it
will lead to a business of our own as
soon as established. Address M K. care
LEARN DRESSMAKING In one of the
best dressmaking schools in America
Make your own dresses while learning!
Night and Day classes. Work's Dress
making School, 22 North Fourth street.
HELP WANTED— MaIe ami Female.
WANTED Men and women to work i
ror large firm; -ood wages. Apply be-,
tween 8 A. M. and 8 P. M. at 511 Har
ris street, third floor.
WANTED Man and wife during
summer months at country home. Wo-
I ITil" .« d 0 coo ,klng and man to make
himself generally useful. Good wages
ond (ftreet. arty APPIy 610 N ° ? th «££
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED to fill
«c'- n n^ e x «°' Government Life jobs
naHnn .I Mon ' h - Sample exami
questions and list or positions
available free. immediate v
Rochester, I N. t Y Ute ' Department 362-M,'
„ I .^K Ar iI TED , - C Man and wifo to help In
orchard and housework. A good place
HarHsburg!" 0 ' Wrlte Cox
AVANTED Young colored bov 17
years would like work as butler' in
Ailnll n 5 give city reference.
P $ Briggs street, after 5
11 SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe
WANTED Colored woman wants
day « work. ..Call, or write, 520 Brown
WANTED Position by colored girl
as nurse, in or out of town family. Ad
dress M., 688, care of Telegraph.
WANTED A colored girl wishes a
position as cook, or nurse, at once. Call,
or write, 907 Sarah avenue.
WANTED A position as house
keeper, by a middle-aged lady; no ob
jections to country town. Personal,
Box 109, Dauphin.
WANTED Day's work. Address
Box R, 682, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young woman would
like a place as housekeeper or general
housework, in a good, Christian family,
for the summer. Address 685, care
WANTED An experienced nursa
would like nursing, or caring for in-
I fant; willing to assist with housework
and go out of city. Bell phone 1521 R.
WANTED Widow desires position
as companion to Invalid or elderly
lady, or housekeeping in small family.
'Address Mrs. K. D. Wagner, Dlllsburg,
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR SALE Suburban Properties
that should interest you largo lots
fruit gardens chicken houses.
Prices from $1,400 to $3,000. Why not
I enjoy nature? Inspect them. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Building.
REAI. ESTATE FOII SALE
EASTMERE LOT At 964 South
Twenty-first Street, size 20x115 feet,
S3OO cash. This is a special bargain
I price. Miller Bros. & Neefe. Bell phone
1847 MARKET ST., 3-story brick
1 dwelling (one of a pair) 10 rooms
bath steam heat. Lot, 21x160 ft.
Special figure as the projierty must be
sold promptly. Miller Bros. & Neefe,
Locust and Court streets.
(CRYSTAL) (spuings) with (220)
acres shape of square (2) mile to Court
House and handy to Trolley. Two
j homes (one) valued ($1,800) with porch
(30) feet long, cemented (fine) spring
house, all buildings painted except sec
ond home and large (new) roof, bank
barn, large new tight boarded barn
yard. (580) choice fruit trees, straw
berries, raspberries and grapes. Loam
soil, some clay and rest loam and fine
gravel. (100) acres nearly level. Price
($5,000). (Lumber Man) will pay (sl,-
500) spot cash on stump if Buyer wants
to sell woodland. This reduces fine
farm to only ($3,500) short distance to
City market. Photographs. Woman
GEO. B. OSTRANDER, Danville, Pa.
FOR SALE 1822 Boas street, new
two-story brick; never occupied; 7
rooms, hall and bath; all improvements;
gas and electric lights; cement cellar;
concrete walks and steps; grass plats
and side entrance. Price, $2,400.00, on
easy terms. Inquire Chas. Barnhart,
I 1821 Whitehall street.
FOR SALE House on Front street,
Rockvilie, above the bridge; 25 ft. front
by about 175 ft.; 9 rooms; frame; slate
roof and outbuildings; fruit, etc. Price
reduced to $1,900. Call, or write, H. R.
Shirk, Sixth above Divison street, Har
FOR SALE House and lot 25x150
ft. at a bargain; modern improvements.
No. 26 Chestnut street, Penbrook, Pa.
WHY not live In Elizabethtown, Pa.?
A town which has all city conveniences
good markets, splendid train and trol
ley service. Houses with all modern
conveniences for sale or rent. Call on
or address. J. H. Buch. Elizabethtown!
FOR SALE Twenty large lots, 118
x2lO ft., at from $3 to $6 per front foot,
j overlooking Harrisburg-. Good soil, air,
water and neighbors. Call Bell phonrf
FOR SALE 1631 Market St. 3-
story brick 7 rooms, bath and store
room lot, 20x170, extending through
to Zarker street. Brinton-Packer Co.,
Second and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE 2120 Jefferson St.
3-story frame dwelling l5 rooms
bath and furnace lot. 17x90 cor
ner property. Biinton-Packer Co., Sec
ond and Walnut streets.
FOR SALE 54,100 will buy a North
Second street property in the 1100 block
9 rooms bath gas furnace
Inspect this property good location
801 l Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FOR SALE lnvestment that will
yield 10 6 per cent, gross new, im
proved brick houses rent sl3 n e r
month. Price, $1,450 each. Get particu
lars. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Build
FOR SALE Plot 43x100, with three
houses thereon located on Front street
Steelton, in business section. These
properties should interest Investor
price is right. Bell Realty Co.. Berg
REAL ESTATE FOR ItENT
FOR RENT June 1 to September
I—6-room house, furnished through
out, located at 3roadway, Hughesville
Pa. Country tovn of 1,900 population.
Large porches and lawn around house.
Good railway service. Near trout
stream and mountain, 20 miles from 1
Eaglesmere. Rent, $25.00 monthly-
Address Mrs. Metta Confer, Hotel Ray
mond, Eaglesmere, Pa.
FOR RENT lBl5 North Second
street; 10 rooms; bath; porches; mod
ern home; possession at once. Rental
Fitzgerald Real Estate Agency!
317 Walnut street.
FOR RENT 1533 North Third, 6
rooms, bath, rent, $20.00; 110 South
Thirteenth, 10 rooms, bath, rent. $25 00
Also store room and farm for rent In
quire 430 Walnut, ' ln
FOR RENT The house one mile
from Newport, known as "Clemsen
Place, located on Buffalo Creek, with
Pennsylvania R R. and Juniata River
immediately adjacent. Kitchen, din
ngroom, parlor and side room on tirst
fioor. Five large and small rooms on
second iloor, with light hallway to sec
ond story porch. i-our large clothes
closets in house. Larpe yard and line
garden, with outbuilding. Pump of
good water at back door. porches
in front and one in rear of house.
House Just painted and papered
throughout. Room in stable for horse
or automobile. Terms, SIOO for the sea
son to responsible party. ADDIV -it
office of The Oak Extract Co., Newport.
FOR RENT Small furnished cot
tage at Ocean City, N. J„ for the suni
lVr ur, Tr 0r J re nt monthly. Apply q
VV. Howard, care of Department of
1' orestry. Harrlsburg. Pa.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Small house for family !
of three, to rent; west of North street I
desired; rent reasonable; good tenants.'
Address 678. care of Telegraph. I
Al'-tlil'MtMsi I'uK HEM I
APARTMENT FOR RENT 4 rooms '
and bath, with all conveniences. Apply
to L Silbert, 1542 North Sixth street. '
DESIRABLE APARTMENT; five I
rooms, bath; front and rear porches;'
immediate possession. Apply Penn'a
Realty and Improvement Co., 132 Locust
street. Rent, sl6 per month.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT. Apply
Sixth Street Bank, Sixth and Maclay
FOR RENT Mac Donald Apart
ments; newly furnished; up-to-date
complete for light housekeeping; large
livlngroom,.kitchenette; cooking uten
sils, dishes, linen, bath, gas range sta
tionary tubs; private meter, mail boxes
bells. 1417 Market.
FOR RENT—Finest furnished apart
ments in the city, singly or en suite
The Conway, 131 Walnut street. For
merly next Orpheum Theater.
BOOMS FOR RENT '
FOR RENT Three large front
rooms, with or without board, over
looking Capitol Park, tor gentleman or
couples. Apply 328 North street.
FOR RENT Large, cool, well-fur
nished front room, In private family,
I with uso of bath and phone, located
i near Mulberry Street Bridge; gentle
man preferred; reference exchanged.
Address Y„ 687, care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
front, corner, first and second floors,
single or en suite; large front porch;
six minutes' walk to siation; conveni
ences; phone. 1168 Mulberry street,
east end of bridge.
FOR RENT Four unfurnished
I rooms and private bath; hot and cold
water, gas and electric light; second
| floor. Apply 268 North street, near
II hird street.
| FOR RENT Two large newly fur
nished rooms, one fiont. 209 State
street. Call Bell phon? 1643 L.
FURNISHED ROOMS, single or en
suite, all conveniences, including phone;
reference required. Apply 1016 North
FOR RENT —Two large
rooms, nicely furnished with
board with private family; will
suit couple; all conveniences; use
of phone; central location. 814
UNFURNISHED ROOMS, suitable
for light housekeeping. Stoves fur
nished free. Laundry, phone and batn
room privileges. Also Janltress service.
Bishop Building, 4251 Broad street.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; electric
, light; bay window front, with use of
i large front porch and phone; immedi
ate possession. 44 North Seventeenth
I FOR RENT —Nicely, new, furnished
! rooms, with board by the day or meal.
I Apply 123 South Second street,
I FOR RENT Three second floor,
nice rooms, for light housekeeping or
■ rooming; rates reasonable. Apply 1341
' FURNISHED ROOMS and apartments
I for rent; all conveniences. 236 North
I Second street.
I FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
j rooms, for gentlemen, with city heat
and use of bath. Apply 272 Briggs
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished room, with all conveniences;
newly papered and painted; use of
phone and bath. Apply 927 North Third
street. Bell 852 J.
ROOMS WASTED i
WANTED By gentleman, cool
room in country or suburbs, for sum
mer, within fifteen minutes' of city.
Address H., 686, care of Telegraph.
WILL board man and wife or two
girls. Private family. 1728 North Fifth
WANTED A limited number of
summer boarders. Fine mountain air,
boating and fishing, first-class table. A
restful, homelike place to spend your
vacation. Location, one mile east of
Dauphin. Rates, SI.OO per day. Hi>use
opefns June 1. For further information
write at once. Address Box 24, Dau
WANTED —One stationary gas en
gine, between 3% and 10-H.-P. Ad
dress James Roddy, West Fairview, Pa.
WANTED—Homes for three bright,
healthy children; girl aged 7 years,
boy aged 4 years, blue-eyed uaby girl,
8 months old. Mother will allow adop
tion to good homes. Address J., 683,
core of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Send 25c for a nice
package of assorted Quilt Patches.
Ihoubands have been pleased. Valley
Supply Co., Dept. 46, Shiremanstown,
FOR SALE Baby Buick Roadster,
4-cylinder, top, windshield, all good
condition, $300.00 cash. Telephone for
engagement. J. W. Geiger, 217 West
Main street, Mechanicsburg, Pa,
FOR SALE Auto Commercial De
livery Car, 4-cylinder, 35-horse-power,
suitable for all purposes; good condi
tion; will demonstrate. Price, S3OO.
Apply 1745 North Sixth street.
FOR SALE A grocery story. Ap
ply 1116 North Cameron street. City.
BICYCLES lO rebuilt bicycles, at
prices that talk for themselves; one
jirl's wheel, with ioaster brake and
new paint. Tires, 50c up. Keystone
supply Co., 814 ..orth Third Btreet.
HOUSES FOR SALE
ONE CARLOAD of select, young,
broken and unbroken Nebraska Horses
to arrive on Sunday, May 17, and will
be for sale at P. R. R. Stock Yards, Ma
clay and Seventh streets. These horses
must be sold at once, so call quick if
you need one or a team.
W. C. PECK.
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases/
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather, Calfskin, Kip D'ongola, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Board at 26c each. |
One of these signs will be given with;
each slx-tlme order for a classified ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
FOR SALE Several makes of used
motorcycles in different models;- all
in first-class condition. West End Elec
tric and Cycle Co., Green and Maclay
FOR SALE CARDS on sale at the
Telegraph Business Office.
FOR SALE At sacrifice, if taken at
once; stock and fixtures of general store
doing large business, in thriving town.
Will prove volume of business to in
terested party. Want to join my hus
band in Minnesota, reason for selling.
Call and examine stock. M. C. A
Clouser. Duncannon, Pa.
FOR SALE l-Three Truck, in ex
cellent condition, practically new, made
by the Morton Truck and Tractor Co.,
Harrisburg, Pa. Guaranteed one year.
No reasonable offer refused. Samuel F.
Peters, New Cumberland, Pa.
USED motorcycles; all makes; over
hauled and 'n fine condition; guaran
teed to be as represented' call for dem
onstration. Heagy Bros., 1204 North
C. W H. LANGLETZ, wholesale and
retail rough and dressed lumber. Bell
phone 1383 J. Office and yards: Cam
eron and Mulberry streets.
FOR SALE Remington No. 10 type
writer, slightly usfed. Write N.
Brosius, MiddlebUrg, Pa.
SPECIAL SALE Eggs for hatch
ing, 6c each, from hens of the noted
Tom Barron strain of English White
Leghorns. J. L Spence, Middletown,
ROOMS FOR RENT CARDS can be
secured at the Telegraph Business
FOR RENT Two-story warehouse,
Cowden street near Market. Elevator;
railroad siding; 6,000 eq. ft. floor space
f„°„"o sp i slo /l J , uno l - 4PP'» c - *'• Gohl,
1003 North Second stheet. Bell phone <
FOR RENT Desirable offices la the
Telegraph Building, singly or en suite.
Inquire at lluslness Office.
FOR RENT Two-story garage,
with water and sewer, rear 1630 Reglna
street. Will accommodate two cars. J.
E. Glpple, 1251 Market street.
FOR RENT Store room 1200 North
Third street; 33x100; 14-foot celling;
one of the best rooms In the city. Ap
riv T s ■>■;<; Wp-r
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
WELL LOCATED LOTS In the Tenth
Ward; some of them on paved street.
Will exchange for Improved property.
An exceptional opportunity for a
builder. Call anil Inspect blue print.
P. It.Oyster, Trustee, care of Telegraph
FOR SALE An old established con
fectionery and Ice cream business. Par
lors seat 160 people; 3,200 feet of tile
flooring. Modern equipment. Good
opening to add catering. A paying busi
ness. Books open to inspection. Call,
or address, Knight & Taggart, Attor
neys, Sunbury, Pa.
SIOO.OO WEEKLY PROFIT in spare
time at home. Mail order business —-
don't worry about capital. Boyd H.
Brown, Dept. E, Omaha, Neb.
UTILIZE SPARE TIME operating
route of our new ball gum machines;
small Investment; big returns. Ad
vance Vending Co., 237 East Forty
fifth street, New York.
WANTED, IDEAS Write for List
of Inventions Wanted by manufactur
ers and prizes offered for inventions.
Our four books sent free. Patent se
cured or Fee Returned. Victor J.
Evans & Co., 578-F, Washington, D. C.
ANY Intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Snydicate, 798, Lock
port, N. Y.
I MADE $50,000 in five years In the
mail order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea-
HIGHEST PRICES paid for Old Gold
and Silver, Watches and Jewelry, or
will exchange for new Jewelry. Jos.
D. Brenner, Jeweler, 803 North Third
■ street. Bell phone 626 L
FOR SALE —At Gable's, 111 and
i 117 South Second street, 5,000 gallons
New Era ready mixed Paint; Acme
quality. Also the full llr.e of the Acme
FOR SALE At Gable's, 113, Ufa and
117 South Second street, 6,000 sets new
Sash, Bxlo, 12 L, primed and glazed, a.
$1.15 per set. Also other sizes.
I BUY AND SELL all second-hand fur
-1 nlture, carpets, etc. Drop postal, or
call. A. A. Kohr, .corner Blackberr)
and Dewberry streets.
R. H. PEFFER,
LOCAL EXPRESS and Delivery. Piano
and Furniture moving a specialty. Stor
age of household goods and furniture
packing. Bell phone 16S4J. 1119 i'.ont
WE BUY AND SELL all kinds of fur
niture, clothing, etc. Drop us a postal
and we will call to seu you. Max
Smeltz, 1100 North Seventh street.
Harrisburg Paste Works
128 N. Cameron Street
PAPERHANGERS', billposters' book
binders' and all kinds of paste. Prcmpt
shipment. All paste guaranteed. Bell
phone 1186 L.
ANY and all kinds of Job Carpenter
ing Work. Also Concrete Walks and
Steps a specialty. Address H H. Shlvs
ly. Lucknow, Pa.
FOR falling hair try Gross Qulnlna
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell
W. J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street
—Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
H. W. LATH IS. Boiinllng Stable and
.National Transfer Co. Movers of
pianos, safes, boilers and general haul
ing. H W. Lathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No
HAVE your Ford's lookeO after now
while we a a not so busy. We make a
specialty on Ford cars. Give us a
chance. Our prices are right. Call E.
M. Snavely, Middletown, Pa.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert help. I
Send us your worn furniture. Our best!
efforts insure your satisfaction. S. N. i
Gluck, 320 Woodbine street.
A LEVIN, 805 North Third street.!
Furniture repair, upholstering and re-1
finishing. Antique furniture for sale. I
All work properly attended to. Rea
MoM.I TO LOAN '
MONEY TO LOAN SIOO,OOO to loan
iti amounts of SI,OOO and up on first
mortgage on city property, repayable
monthly or installments. Debt cancel
ed and mortgage satisfied on death of
borrower. John C. Orr, 222 Market
PROFIT-SHARING LOAN SOCIETY
WE HAVE ORIGINATED a new plan
of loaning money by which borrowers
share profits of lenders. Lega.l rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms
R 7 9 Nn**th Market Square
STORAGE 419 Broad street, for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
| vate rooms, $1 to $3. Wagons, 75 cents
! per month. Apply D. Coop6r & Co., 411
j Broad street. Both phones.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. —. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex- ]
pressly for storage. Private rooms
for household goods and unexcelled fa-1
cHities for storing all kinds of mer-;
chandiee. Low storage rates. South >
Kt. and Penna. _R._R,
LEGAL NOi.it.ES "™
PROPOSALS FOR IIRIDGB
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYL
Office of the Superintendent of Public
tlrouniln and Buildings. Harrisburg,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed at the Office of the Superintendent
of Public Grounds and Buildings in tne
Capitol Building. Harrisburg. Pa., un
til 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday, May 19
1914. for furnishing all labor and ma
terials necessary to replace pier and
repair damages to bridge across the
Shenango River at Silver Street in the
city of Sharon, Mercer County. Pa., as
called for In specifications and draw
ings prepared by Edwir. K Morse, C. E
Specifications, drawings and blank
forms may be obtained upon applica
tion to this office.
SAMUEL B. RAMBO.
Superintendent Public Grounds an
PROPOSALS FOR WASTE PAPER
PROPOSALS will be received at the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Grounds and Buildings, State Capitol
Building, Harrisburg. Pa., for the pur
chase and removal of ledger, bond, book
and other scrap paper, and old news
papers and manllla cards collected and
baled by the Superintendent of Public
Grounds and Buildings, for year be-
f lnning June 1. 1914, and ending June
1915. Contractor to remove the abovo
at his own expense from the buildings
when directed by the Superintendent.
The successful contractor will be re
quired to give an approved bond In the
amount of $500.00 for the faithful per
formance of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject or ac
cept any or all bids.
Proposals are i to be submitted in
sealed eijvelope marked, "Proposals for
SAMUEL B RAMBO,
Superintendent Public Grounds and
PRODUCE SOME CHEER
General Business Conditions as Backward as Heretofore;
Speculators Hopeful, But Cautious
By Associated Press
New York, May 16. Surface condi
tions tended to promote a more cheer
ful feeling In the securities market this
week, and In consequence there was an
upward movement In stocks. The slow,
cautious manner In which quotations
were raised gave a fair representation
of the extent of change In sentiment.
Speculators were hopeful, but cautious.
So far as the news went, It was mainly
encouraging; nevertheless none of the
important questions overhanging the
market was disposed of definitely.
The satisfactory progress of Mexican
affairs, the undlminshed prospects for
recordbreaking crops, and expectations
of an early decision in the freight rates
case all helped the market. Advices
from the steel trade were less pessimis
General business conditions, however,
were as backward as heretofore. It
was thought probable that speculation
would be under restraint until at least
some of the more pressing problems
now confronting the market were set
Foreign exchange rose to the highest
more than four years, und
3,000,000 more gold was engaged for
shipment to Europe. The continued
accumulation of funds here and the
slackness of demand for commercial
purposes deprived the exportation of
gold of influence on the money market.
Furnished by 11. W. SNAVELY
New York, May 16.
... „ Open. Clos.
Alaska Gold Mines . 27% 28%
Amal. Copper 72% 72%
American Can 28V4 28
American Can pfd.. 91 91
Am. C. & F 6014 50^4
American Cotton Oil 41% 41%
American Smelting . 64 63%
American T. &T. .. 122% 122%
Atchison 96 96
Baltimore & Ohio .. 91% 91%
1 Brooklyn R. T 92% 92%
California Petroleum 21 21
Canadian Pacific ... 193 193
Central Leather ... 35% 35%
Chesapeake & Ohio. 52% 52%
C. M. & St. P 100% 100%
Chino Con. Copper . 41% 41%
Consolidated Gas ~130 131
Erie 28% 28%
Erie, Ist pfd 44 43%
General Electric Co. 147% 147%
Great Northern, pfd. 124% 124%
Great Nor. Ore subs. 33 33
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 62% 62%
Lehigh Valley 139% • 139%
Louis. & Nashville . 139 139
Missouri Pacific .... 18% 18%
Nev. Con. Copper ..15 15
New York Central .93% 93%
N. Y„ N. H. & H. . 68% 68%
Norfolk & Western, 104% 104%
Northern Pacific ... 11l 111
Penna. R. R 111% • m%
Pressed Steel Car .. 4 4 44 %
Ray Con. Copper 21 % 21 %
Reading 165% 165%
Rep. Iron & Steel . 23 23
Rep. Iron & S. pfd. 86% 86%
Southern Pacific ... 92% 92%
Tennessee Copper . 35% 35%
Union Pacific 157% 156%
U. S. Steel 61% 61%
U. S. Steel pfd 109% 109%
Utah Copper 57% 58
Western Union Tel.. 62% 62
Westlnghousa Mfg.. 76% 75%
By Associated Press
\ Philadelphia, May 16. Wheat
'firm; No. 2, red, export. 01.01@
1.01%; No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export,
Corn Firm; new, No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 79%@80c; do., kiln dried,
local, 80%® 81c.
Oats Firm; No. 2, white, 46 @
Uran Market firm; winter, per
ton. $email@example.com; spring, per ton
f2» n n«?>?<t.so.
Refined Sugars Market firm;
powdered, 4.10 c; fine granulated, 4.00 c;
confectioners' A, 3.90 c; Keystone A,
Butter The market is weak;
western creamery, extras, 26 %c: nearby
prints, fancy. 30c.
Eggs The market is firm;
Pennsylvania and othei nearby fir* x
free cases, $6.30 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, $6.15 per case;
i western, extras, firsts, free cases, sti.3n
: per case; do., firsts, free cases, $6.15
1 per case
!' Live Poultry Weak; fowls, 18@
; 19c; young chickens, 14@20c;
; spring chickens, 27@32c; broiling
| 1 hickens, I;>V4 (flTc; old roosters, 12
,@l4c; ducks, 13@15c; spring ducks, 17
" 1 *<' Kt-ese l&foil.c, turkeys, la» 4 20 c
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18% c; do.,
fair to good, heavy, 16@18c; do.,
air to good. neuvy, 20u, iiu.,
weights. 12® 15r unattractive 11
@lsc; old roosters, 12@13c; roast
ing chickens, fancy, 16# 18c; broll
»£ chit.keiin, luno, 24iu •>">., Jo., i*ii
IO He, capors. large. 2101ic; do
imall, 18020 c; turkey*, fancy, :*o!*c
to., fair. 20011 c; ducks, llOUc *.<■..
Potatoes —Steady; New York and
Eastern, per bushel, 80(g>88c; Western,
per bushel, 80® 88c; Jersey, per basket,
20@50c; Florida, per basket, $2.50(rD5.00.
Flour The market is dull; winter,
u*l JvS.Sb'y ■) lu , AUa>*ut.», .v.
• ylvania, $4.16©4.30. western, H.25Q
4 40; patenta, $4.60® 4.»0; K*n»m
straight, Jute sacks, $firstname.lastname@example.org; spring,
firsts, clear, straights. $4.Hi)
©4 40; patents. $4 fi0©4.75
Hay The market is steady; tim
othy, No. 1. large bales. sl9 uu(d>l9.so;
No. 1, medium bales, $email@example.com: No.
2. do., $firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 3, do., $14,500
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $17.00®
i 17.50; No. 1. do., $email@example.com; No. 2, do.,
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT
By Associated Press
New York, May 16. The statement
of the actual condition of the Clearing
House Banks and Trust Companies for
the week shows that they hold $39,706,-
100 reserve in excess of legal require
ments. This is a decrease of $1,977,550
from last week.
The statement follows:
Loans, $2,149,691,000; increase, $22,-
Specie, $433,336,000; increase, $848,-
Legal-tenders, $78,575,000; increase,
Net deposits, $2,075,386,000,000; in
Circulation, $42,011,000; increase,
Banks' reserve in vaults, $442,014,-
Trust Companies' cash reserve in
Aggregate cash reserve, $511,911,000.
Excess lawful reserve, $39,706,100;
Trust Companies' reserve with Clear
ing House members carrying 25 per
cent, cas-h reservo, $97,254,000.
In Matter of the Estate of Augustus j
Qarverlch, late of the Borough v of,
Dauphin, Dauphin County, Pennsyl
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters
of Administration in the above Estate
were granted to the undersigned by the
Register of Wills of Dauphin County.
All persons who are indebted to said
Estate are requested to make payment,
and those having claims against or de
mands upon said Estate shall make the
same known without delay to
WILLIAM G. GARVEHICH,
Or to his Attorney.
C. H. BACKENSTOE.
11 North Third Street
Harrisburg, Pa. 1
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Furnished by H. W. SNAVELY
Chicago, 111., May 16.
Wheat Open. High. Low Clos.
98 95% 96%
Corn— 88 86% 87^
A 67 67 %
jSK 39% 40% 39% 40%
Jul y 38% 38% 38 88%
By Associated Press
iFnnn 111 " Ma V 16. Hogs Re
®sPsn' ii° ui B }™ng. Bu 'k of sales, $8.40
@8.50; light, $8.30(®8.55; mixed, $8.25®
r °ugh, $8.05®
o. 15; pigs, $7.50®8.45.
Cattle Receipts, 300; steady.
? ee l cs ' s'-4009.35; steers,
stockers and feeders, $6.2d®8.60' cows
1100 S ' * 3 - 75 @ 8 - 70 ; calves, $7.60®
c,^ ep .r;.?,®, cei P ts . 3.000; steady.
7 1%- iamH 3-L yearlings, $6.00®
10 00 s ' s®-firstname.lastname@example.org; spring, $7.00®
r ERDIX *
w\ YOU WILL HAVE)
The speed of this Clearance
Sale should warn you.
It's NOW or never for
that Bungalow lot.
Just Nine Hill-Top
Park Lots Left
All within five minutes' walk of
As I do not have sufficient
Perdix ground to warrant liberal
advertising, it is Business Econ
omy to SELL FOR LESS, AND
NOTE SPECIAL CUT IN
I'KICES TO CLEAN UP
Lot No. 21—92x131—592.00
$lO down and $5 monthly.
Lot No. 27—82x132—582.00
$lO down and $5 monthly.
Lot No. 53—50x116—550.00
$5 down and $5 monthly.
I Lots Nos. 37, 38, 39—50x100
$75.00 each. $lO down and
Lot No. 40—75x100—5112.50
$lO down and $5 monthly. ■
Lot No. 30—50x110—$100.00
$lO down and $lO monthly.
Lot No. 31—75x110—5187.50
$lO down and $lO monthly.
You can build when first pay
ment is made. If you do not
care to build, do as many did
last Summer ENJOY TENT
LIFE. You will find it NOVEL,
HEALTHFUL and ECONOMI
CAL. It will mean New Life.
New Nerves, New Energies, New
Appetite, and New Enthusiasm.
All of this within twenty min
utes of Market street. Seven
trains each way daily. With all
of these favorable conditions Per
dix Lots cannot help Doubling
and Trebling In value, and the
only mistake you can make is
coming TOO LATE. ]
FOR SALE Special Bargain
(3 minutes' walk from station)
—WAYNE COTTAGE, new 5.
room house, with large double
decked sleeping porch facing
river and mountain. Cellar un
der part of the house, good well
of water, best of neighbors.
Four Thousand Dollar Buntra
low, within 200 feet of the
property. I will sell this house
at a decided bargain—on easy
terms, or will exchange on City
property. Bettor arrange to co
to Perdix RIGHT NOW TO
DAY. Trains leave at 8 a m
10.25 a. 111., and 1.52 p. m. Our
Perdix office is at Reidlinger's
Store. Snlexinnn nt the property
every daj Including Sunday. Or
call at thin oftlcc and mako nn
poliitincnt for Free Tickets,
A. C. YOUNG
Owner and Developer
26 N. Third Street
Bell Phone 713-L
Cottage at Mt. Gretna
Princeton and Pennsylvania avenues.
Chatauqua grounds; 11 rqpms, In
cluding living room, dininfc room
and live bedrooms; 2 baths, one on
each story; kitchen and pantry; en
closed screened-ln kitchen porch;
large piazzas; furnished throughout'
Inquire of P. O. Box 305, Harrla
Si 1 1 1 i_....
MONEY KOR SALARIED PKOPI.W
and other* upon their own dion,
Cheap rates, easy payments, confiden
Adams ft Co, R. 804. 8 If, H(rk«t ■%
'Sill SEALS A STENCILS U\
tjl 99 MFG. BY HBG. STENCIL WORKS ■ |1
\ I 130 LOCUSTST. HBG,PA. If
THE harrisburg Polyclinic Dispen
sary will be open dally except Sunday
at S P. M.. at its new location. ITOI
North Second street, for the free treat
ment of the worthy poor.