Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, December 02, 1918, Page 15, Image 15

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    • KIiES COAL'TO FFITJEAT AND TELEGMPI WAFFTMWLFELMLG
syeaths
-tsssut ®*s/iT'i. "i-h! 1 ~im i
• Hospital. . „ s
Funeral on Tuesday evening, at
o'clock, from Elks Home. , lnU ' r "' 1 '" :
Wednesday morning: at Lancastei.
# Pa '
t>( HKFFKK T. J. Schetter. on Men- j
w day morning:, December -. at 11a :
rlsourg City Hospital, in lls .3d
year. , o xi
Funeral Wednesday, at
from Mr. s. S. Speese a Pai lora. .
Relatives and friends are in\ ited to
HI tend.
SHOPE Margaretta Oswald
wife of Dr. .1. W. Shope, doidnj
morning, aged Tt> years.
Funeral services will be beMatj'
late residence, 32 South 1 hliteeuin
street, Tuesday. December 3. at 3.3"
• o'clock, interment, prlvate..at rax
tang Cemetery.
LOST AH' rOUNI> /
LOST From American Kailwaj
F\press wagon, one bale dry {foods
addressed N. lteif, 1208 s North Third
Street. Kelurn to .An> ricun ltail wa >
Express Company, tourth and Chest
nut streets, and receive reward.
FOL'ND Gold watch. Owner can
have same by identifying ud paying
for this ad. Call at 1423 Market, first ,
iloor, afternoon.
IA) ST Brown leather pocketbook.
Mondav, on Sixth street car leaving
■ square'at ll:3n. Reward if returned
to Harrisburg; Gas Co.
I.UST Winged Aircraft Service
pin on Tuesday niffht. Reward 11 re- j
1 urneU to -6t> DriKKs street.
LOST Knights Templar watch
.•harm, having the name Clarence
cvrus Brelint engraved on inside, tie
ward if returned to 2X4 Kelly sti rel -
JX)ST Small pocketbook. contain
ing $65. between Sixtli and Kelkcr,
and Market Square. Reward it re
lumed to Telegraph Office.
INSTRUCTIONS
< A RIGHT START IS HALF THE |
BATTLE Get a THOROUGH
STANDARD course in Harris
burg's ACCREDITED Business Col
lege. School of Commerce. Troup
„ Building, 15 South Market Square.
Bell 4X5. Dial 4333.
INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION in Gregg
Shorthand. Typewriting. English.
Bookkeeping, Penmanship. Arum,
etc. DAY AND NIISHT SCHOOL ALL
YEAR. Enter any time. Bell 6J4K.
'THE'OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL
121 Market St. CUa.s K. Beck ley. Prtn.
Merle E. Keller, Mgr.
HELP WANTED —MALE
WANTED A thoroughly experi
tfticfd automobile painter, i'ernianeni
" employ mint. Address, in confidence*
stating experience, present connection
and wages desired, Box"K, 6.i19, cuie
of Telegraph. .
WANTED Young man for gro
cery. Experience not necessary, but
• huracter and ambition. Address P. O.
lU<x 74.
SEVERAL SALESMEN
for door-to-door proposition. j
> Newspaper experience desir- ' _
, able. Address
M.. 4541.
Care of Telegraph.
WANTED Two men to assist in
delivoiing furniture and stoves. Apply
• lately & Fitzgerald, 31 South Second
strppt. • ■
MEN WANTED
In quarry at Lemoyne. Good
wages and bonus paid. Apply
PKNNA. SALES CO..
llersliey Building.
Corner Front and Market.
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CARPENTERS AND LABORERS
Wanted. Warren Moore & Co.,
P. R. P.. Freight Warehouse,
Second and Mulberry Sts.
WANTED—Two good, strong boys, |
to learn trade. Apply Superintend- . 1
ent. The Telegraph Printing Op., j
Harrisburg. j"
AUTO MECHANICS
TWO FORD REPAIRMEN
I
APPLY
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.MAC'S GARAGE.
117 SOUTH THIRD ST.
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WANTED Grocery clerk. Good j
wages to right party. Address M., !
tin4o, care of Telegraph. , l
GOVERNMENT needs hundreds -
clerks for Income Tax, Customs, In- :
ternal Revenue. Harrisburg examina
tions soon. Salary. $l.lOO-12,0U0. Ex
perience unnecessary For free par
ticulars regarding examinations,
write J. C. Leonard tformer Civil
Service Examiner), 2541 Kenois
Building, Wichita. i
, WANTED
LOCAL BANK i
requires the services of an in
:elligent MAN BETWEEN 25 I
AND 50, to serve as MES- 1
SENGER IN BANK. Only pur- '
tie* who can furnish excel- jl
lent reference as to charac- [ •
ter, habits, etc.. need applU. ; ,
Address, stating age. refer
ences and salary desired, I
P. O. BOX 1071.
Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED One wagon and auto!"
body builder, at once. Howry Wagon :
i and Auto Shop, Shireninnstown.
SALESMAN WANTED High-class j
specialty salesman for a live propo- |
sition. Big commission. Must be
wide-awake. Answer by letter, full! 1
details. Universal Automobile Assoeia- ~
tion. Inc.. Denckla Bldg.. Philadelphia, i •
k r v !
For Rent ;
:
We have several desirable ,
furnished houses to rent at '
' this time. For price and par* j
ticulars inquire of
!■
Miller Brothers &Co.
! •
Real Estate
Insurance Surety Roads
Locust nnd Court Streets
Members libit. Iteal Estate Hoard
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MONDAY EVENING. HAHHISBURG TELEGRAPH DECEMBER 2, 1918
HELP WANTED—MALE
WANTED. AT ONCE Three tin- '
, ners to work on Camp Curtin school j
house. Apply William 11. Snook. 334 ;
! Kelker street.
j MEN WANTED—To load stone, 2D !
! cents per ton. Can earn $25 to $35 per j
' week. Apply Paxtang Quarries. Pax- i
tang.
WANTED'— Assistant sales man-;
: tiger. Must have some experience in |
salesmanship, advertising und letter- |
writing. Good position for right >
party. State age and experience, with
; reference. Address A., 4515, care of l
: Telegraph.
lIEI.P WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED
Girl for general housework
in small lurnily. Good wages
and good home. Apply
2212 NORTH SECOND ST.
WANTED Reliable girl for gen- I
, erol housework. 2526 Derry. Plione ;
| 1442 R.
.
A GOOD PLACE TO WORK!
WE OFFER TO YOUNG WOMEN
Pleasant surroundings.
Good associations.
Good pay.
clean and fascinating work.
A chance to develop personality.
WE NEED YOU IF YOU ARE
Alert
Cheerful
Willing.
Meals at less than cost: siek bene- j,
tits: anniversary payments; vacations <
with pay. >
Apply 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. to j
Miss Kline, Operators' Employment
Department. 208 Walnut street.
i-
THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY!
OF PENNSYLVANIA.
j.
WANTED Woman for washing i
and ironing and day's work. Apply j
1424 North Sixth street. Bell 2290.
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WANTED GIRLS TO WRAP TRI
ANGLE MINTS. GOOD WAGES
AND STEADY WORK.
APPLY AT TWELFTH AND
• 11 ERR STREETS.
WE have openings in our j
cloak and Suit Department
ior several bright, ambitious
• young women < experienced 1 i
preferred) as salesladies. Good |-
salaries and splendid oppor
tunity for advancement.
WM. B. SCHLEISNER STORES, j
20 North Third Street.
WANTED Housekeeper io keep j
house lor widower. Call at 304 Soutn -
Second street. City, or Dial phone 2404. i
GIRLS WANTED To work inj"
laundry. Apply Keystone Laundry, !
o2" Harris.
PEACE WORK AT WAR PAY I.
guaranteed for three years. Knit urg
ently-needed socks for us on the fast, j
simple auto-knitters. Full particulars!'
to-day, 3c stamp. Auto-Knitter Co.,
Dept. 144-C, 821 Jefferson, Buffalo, | :
ILL : j;
WANTED A white woman fori l
general housework. To live at home. ,
Apply 813 North Second street.
WANTED Woman for general j ;
housework. Small house. Good wages. I '
Apply lot South street. City.
WANTED White woman to work !.
as housemaid. References required. I
Apply to 27 South Front street. Har
risburg, Pa.
WANTED Experienced woman |
for houseeleaning. Apply 1006 North '
Third street.
WANTED—Two young women for
waitresses. Must give references.
ply Stouffer s Restaurant, 4 Ncffth
Court.
WOMEN —Wanted immediately, for '
scrubbing and general work. Apply 1
Stoutter'o Restaurant. 4 North Court
street.
I
PERMANENT
EMPLOYMENT
Willi tiie ending of the war, oppor- M
tunities afforded women for employ- i
inent of a permanent nature, with i
steady advancement, will become con- i
stuntiy tewer. Employes of The Bell !
Telephone Company, however, rest !
secure in the knowledge thai ttieir
work is permanent.
A business opportunity is now of- 1
fered to young women 1! to 30 years i
of age in fascinating work in pleas- !
ant surroundings. Luncheons 'served :
at cost: sick beneffts, anniversary i
payments; vacations with pay.
Apply 8.00 A. M. to o.Oti p. M. to i
Miss Kline, Operators' Training De- -
partment, 208 Walnut Street.
THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY !i
OF PENNSYLVANIA I
WANTED—Women grocery clerks. '
Apply steel ton Store Co., Steclton, Pa. ! <
WANTED—A cook for small tani- j
Ily—white. Send reference with ap- '
plication to S., 6334. care ot Tele- !
graph.
, HOUSEWORK—WhiIe or neat col- 1
ored girl, for general housework, j
small faintly. Good pay. Apply |
New York shoe Store, Palmyra, Pa. 1
WANTED Three experienced j
waitresses. Good wages. Apply Beth- 1
lehein Restaurant, 134 South Front
street, steelton. Pa.
WANTED White woman wants
family washing and ironing; work i
done promptly. Phone 5218.
WANTED Girl, or woman, for i
general housework. No washing or j
ironing. Call at 1313 North Second I
street, or Bell phone 2513J, ji
WANTED A manicurist at Palace |
Barber Chop. 1 North Third street, i
Bell phone 3516 J.
Civil. SERVICE EXAMINATIONS j
Harrisburg. December 7. 12.000
women clerks needed. Salary. $1,200 '
Experience unnecessary. Women de- I
siring government positions write for j
free particulars. Raymond Terry i
(former Civil Service Examiner). 467
Columbian Bulldinw. Washington. >
| HELP WANTED—FEMALE I
HOSIERY LEARNERS WANTED— I
; From 14 years of age und upwards. |
Good wages paid while learning. Ap- ,
I ply New idea Hosiery Co., Fourteenth j
and Mayflower streets.
| lIFLI' WAN'lit D—Mule und Female
1 WANTED Assistant bookkeeper
; and stenographer. Good position for
! riglit party, state age and experience,
] with reference. Adurees Box S. 6516,
! care of Telegraph.
I.ARGE New York house lias open-
I ing for canvasser in Harrisburg; also
a district agent for an outside city.
Fare pahl to outride town. AI proposi
tion. Apply ltooin 24. No. 3 North
' Second street.
SILK MILL
Experienced help wanted. Experl
' encer weavers average $3.50 to $6.50
per day. Gther departments prqpor- 1
Uonately.
Beginners wanted also. Best pay.
' Come and earn 30 per cent, bonus
over and above regular wages. Apply i
HARRISBURG SILK MILL
Second and North Streets.
SITUATION'S WAN TiII)—MALE
WANTED Man wishes position
as chauffeur, in private family; has;
had ten years' experience in one fain- i
ily; good reason for making eliange. ;
Address Box C, 6535, care ot Tele- I
graph.
WANTED An experienced ac
countant will open, close and uudit j
books where the work can be done!
during evenings or Saturday after-1
noons. P. O. Box 1174, Harrisburg. Pa.
WANTED—Salesman, familiar with ;
Pennsylvania and Maryland territory,)
experienced in automobiles and access-i
sories, wholesale and retail, desires I
position. Address Box Y*. 6537. care of'
Telegraph.
ELDERLY WIIITE MAN Desires!
position of watchman, elevatorinan or'
janitor; sober and reliable. 709 Ben- !
ton street. City. Bell plione 1740 J.
SITUATION'S) WANTED—FemaIe j
WANTED Woman, with child
four years of age. desires to beep!
house; can furnish references. Ad-i
dress Box U. 6534, care of Telegraph, i
WANTED Stenographic work by !
young woman who has had three j
years' experience and can furnish rel'- j
crences. Address M. T„ care of Tele- !
graph.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Furnished room, with j
board or without; all improvements..'
Telephone 2272.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment. I
bedroom, bath and livingrooift; also j
single rooms, with use of phone. In
quire 113 I-oeust street.
FOR — Furnished living- j
room and bedroom, second iloor front; i
all conveniences; shower bath; can-j
Gaily located; references desired. Ad
dress R. 4538, care of Telegraph.
' THREE NICELY-FURNISHED see- ,
ond floor rooms, for light house- !
keeping; all conveniences; good loca
tion. Address B. 6539, care of Tele-'
graph.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished i
front room, with all modern conveni- j
ences, in private family; gentlemen!
only. Apply 324 North Second street.
FOR RENT One large bedroom, j
fou gentlemen only. Rent reason- '
able. Apply 276 Briggs street.
FOR RENT Furnished room for!
light housekeeping, on first Iloor. I
Heat, gas and use of bath. Inquire!
327 South Front street.
— i
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for '
light housekeeping. Inquire, 1603 ,
Derry street,
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED Two or three furnished j
rooms, for light housekeeping; all!
conveniences; rent reasonable. Ad- j
dress Box M, 7528. care of Telegraph. ;
APARTMENTS Foil RENT
FOR RENT Front room apart- 1
mpnts of two rooms each, furnished [
for light housekeeping, adults. Price, j
s3#. Bell phone 238DK, or 424 South
Seventeenth.
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR
RENT Four rooms and bath; ail'
modern conveniences. Apply 414 North
Third.
APARTMENTS WANTED
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HOMES FOR COLORED FAMILIES j
Three brick houses. S rooms,
bath, gas and electric light;
furnace, porches front and •
back.
Price, 2;500.
LINCOLN REALTY' CO..
1129 North Seventh Street.
Open Evenings Until S O'clock.
Bell Phone.
REAL ESTATE 14Jit SALE I
1
FOR SALE—Three-story trick
dwelling, opposite new Extension to
Capitol Park, situate No. 436 North
street; 8 rooms, batli and furnace.
CHAS. ADLKR. 1002 N. Third Street.'
FOR 'SALE Vacant propei ty ,
Semi-detached pressed brick, all lm-I
provements. North Sixth street. Right >
terms. Very reasonable. D. A.
Caley. 707 Kunkel Bldg. Bell 589.
FOR SALE House No. 1831 North'
Sixth street. Tile bath and vestibule. '
combination fixtures, gas und coal
range and hot water heat, furnace.
Apply George 'V. Orth, 1720 Sixth. j
FOR SALE—New brick dwelling, !
No. 636 Maclay street. 7 rooms, bath. '
steam heat, granolithic pavement und
front porch; lot through to drive al- i
Icy; room for garage; price. $4,500. |
CHAS. ADLER. 1002 N. Third Street.
FOR SALE North Fifteenth I
Street, No. 613. modern 21j-story:
frame cottage house In select location'
and in first-class condition. Price,!
$3,700. . J. E. Gipple. No. J251 Market |
street.
TWO-STORY' BRICK HOUSES—AU |
Improvements, front porch, bay win-'
oow, 7 rooms, nice yard, drive alley ;
room for garage; $lOO down, pay as'
rent. Also several $-story bricks. :
All improvements.
Three small houses, suburbs of
Steelton; $lOO down, balance as rent
or will exchange on small farm or
city property. Liberty Bonds accepted
C. H. CORDER.
1722 Green St. Bell 56'J.1.
956 SOUTH TWENTY-FIRST ST. is
vacant. Price, $1,600-—s2so down
$25 n month for 8 months—then $6!
a month. Liberty Bonds accepted. H '
G. PedloW. 3 South Thirteenth street! j
FOR SALE $3,400 will buy a cor- I
ner brick house, with 8 rooms and all I
Improvements, all street paving com
pleted, situate No. 536 South Seven-'
teenth street. J.E. Gipple, No. 1251:
Market street.
FOR SALE Chestnut Street. No. ,
1608. ten-room frame house, all mod
ern improvements, porch front and
side entrance. Price, $3,200. J. J5.!
Gipple. 1251 Market street. I
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YOU HAVE BUSI NE SS TO
TRANSACT with somebody who lives
in this city—business that is of import
ance to you. , It may be that you have
employment to offer, or that you seek a
position. The business might not take
long to trapsact AKT E R YO I
SHALL HAVE KOUXI) THE PER
SON WITH WHOM IT IS TO BE
TRANSACTED. That is your task—
and you can accomplish it best through
classified advertising. Often it cannot
he accomplished in anv other wav.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SAI.E
; FOR SALE—No. 1713 Revere Street
i (Cloverly Heights), single brick and
: stucco dwelling, with all modern im
i provements, garage in rear. Price,
i $11.750. J. E. Giple. 1251 Market street.
FOR SALE No. 1808 Swatara
'street; two-story pressed brick house;
I steam lieat; all improvements, Room
|on rear for garage. Apply G. E. Htaef-
I fer, 220 Seneca street. Bell phone
I 4847 J.
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"IF IT'S REAL ESTATE.
SEE SANOEKLIN."
i NEW CUMBERLAND—Cor. Foifrth
i and Geary—Double frame; 8 rooms
and bath on each side; all improve
! inents; newly painted; right price to
; quick buyer.
! SCHUYLKILL ST., CIS Corner
property; 2-story brick; 0 rooms, all
! improvements, front and rear porches;
'good sine back yard; same as rent.
I STEELTON, 2D ST., S., 318 U —3-
! story frame; 7 rooms; water, gas and
electric lighths; a very good bargain.
| Same as rent.
EN OLA —257 Susquehanna St.; 3-
! story frame, la double block; 8 rooms
jand'bath; steam neat; electric lights,
; front and rear porches; lot 26xldu
i with a garage in reur; possession at
1 once.
4TH ST., 2127—N0W VACANT; 8-
; story brick; 8 rooms and bath; with a
' 2-story frame building in rear that
'can be used for business purposes;
good house for roomers; can be
( bought same as rent.
D. A. SANDERUN,
' ROOM 1. SECURITY TRUST BLDG.
36 NORTH THIRD ST.,
I BELL PHONE 1390 DIAL 3573
j
' 2-STORY BRICK HOUSES, all iin
-1 provements, in city; front porch; bay
i window; nice yard to drive alley.
! $lOO down, balance as rent. Liberty
! Bonds accepted.
ALSO
' Several fine suburban homes, with 1
,;o 3 acres of land. Possession at once,
i Several 3-story bricks in all parts
| of the city from $3,000 to $25,000 each,
i Vacant, possession at once. 7-room
' cottage near Camp Hill; improve
: ments; garage; front and back
I porches. Also 9-room cottage near
I Rockville, now vacant, improvements;
! large porches; beautiful view; 25 fruit
! trees: spring water piped in house;
| 5 minutes' walk to trolley; 2>,j> acres
!of land. Apply to
C. H. CORDER,
I 1722 Green St. Bell 360 J.
! OWN VUUU OWN HOME u.\ EASY
PAYMENT PLAN
,
Let us make you acquainted
with the way it is done. Now
is the time tc start. Follow
ing homes can be purchased
with S3UO cash or Liberty
Bonds:
129 North Summit.
600 Kelker.
611, 613, 615 and 617 Kel
ker.
. 1326 Vernon.
We have u large number
of manufacturing sites and
several good business oppor
tunities to offer. Call at
A. P. DORANZ.
1225 North Sixth.
Member Übg. Real Estate Board
Real pstate and Rents Collected
CORNER PROPERTY, NO. 621
NORTH STREET. FOR SALE—Large
j and well constructed dwelling—most
i modernly equipped ideal location—
-1 lot. 70x95. Inspect it. Occupied by
owner, and the price is right. Bell
; Realty Co., Bergner Building.
FORSTER STREET. 1713 Desir
able brick dwelling. 8 rooms, bath,
gas, electric light, steam heat, large
front porch, drive alley on rear. Bell
j Realty Co.. Bergner Building.
Real Estate For Sale—Suburban
' FOR SALE —A desirable Lemovue
. property; all improvements; from
porch. Owner desires to leave city. 1
Priee Is right. Call at 1225 North
, Sixth street.
' Real Estate For Sale or Exchange
WANTED—TO RENT
We are having a number of uppli-
I cations at this lime for furnished
houses, apartments and rooms. What
do you have to offer? Address MU
-1 ler Brothers Company. Locust and
j Court streets.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
I FOR RENT—No. 2UU State street,
i corner brick house with all improve
'inents. sio>c room and large gnr..gu.
j Good pooirooin local.on i,e„i.
I J. E. Ulppie, t25l ~c, suru.
FURNItHUD HUGHE Ml.. KENT
AT HA/. ~i .u - Desirable property
-all niouur.i n.iproveineiivS. including
steam heal. I lentil i. SlO. Bell ltcnit.\
Co.. Beigner lluiioing.
FOR. KEN f Seven-roomed house,
electric light and bath. Apply 339
Granite street. Bell phone 1373 M or
854 M.
FOR RENT 9-room house; gas.
electricity, steam heat. In fine condi
| tion. Call Bell phone 2912.
FOR RENT Two private garages.
I rear 1607 Swntara street. Rent. $5.00
each. J. E. Glpple, 1251 Market street.
REAL ESTATE—For Sale or Rent
HOUSES AND GARAGES—At Fifth
and Curtln streets; possession of,
some of the houses on thirty days'
notice. Fred C. Miller. 31 North Sec
i ond. Bell phone 30TJ.
i
| REAL ESTATE WANTED
t j I HAVE BUYERS waiting for prop-
I | erty In any section of the city, if
cheap. What have you to offer.
I CHAS. ADLER, 101)2 N. Third Street.
Offices nnd Storerooms—l-'<ir Rent
MARKET ST. STORE
FOB RENT.
Beautiful l'a.viiglu Store.
504 Market Street.
OIIAS. ADLER,
1002 North Third Street.
I.
FARMS
WANTED To oral' from owner
having good farm for sale. . C. C.
j Sltepard, Minneapolis, Minn.
FARMS FOR SALE From 3 acres
' I to 5',2, 10. 16. 20. 23, 40, 53. 61. 86, 103.
I 103, 112, 120. 161. For the bottom
I price, call oil John A. Durand. lot
. j Chestnut street.
; FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
CANNEL COAL
DELI VEI:ED AXY W HER E.
NO RESTRICTIONS.
J. B. MONTGOMERY.
THIRD AND CHESTNUT STS.
FOR SALE
Magazines for No. 1 Linotypes.
! A rare bargain for a plant
with a No. 1 machine.
Address
T' 1E TELEG RA PI IPRI NT ING
COMPANY,
Harrisburg, Pa.
!
FOR SALE Large, white reed go
! cart, in good condition. Price, $B. Ap
-Ipiy 2022 Derry, or call Dial 4347.
FOR SALE One Enterprise eoffee
mill, one 60-gallon oil tank. Inquire
' M. Marcus, 2030 North Seventh.
FOR SALE A fine $4OO piano.
Brand-new. Never was used. Good
make. Will sell at a sacrifice. Call
'and see it. 1504.State street. Harris
■ ! burg. Pa.
'! FOR SALE Kimball pihno, like
•'new, tvill be sold cheap to quick
''buyer* Call Bell plione 4692W, or in
; j quire 2348 North Sixth street.
'! FOR SALE'— Adding Machine, good
:' as new. 308 Broad street.
: ! FOR SALE Second-hand Ameri
' | can Radiator Co. steam boiler, in gopd
! condition. Bargain. Phone 4265 R.
. i FOR SALE One writing desk,
' 2012 State.
i FOR SALE Complete pumping
~ outfit, 14-horse-power; New Holland
' gasoline engine, heavy doublc-geareu
' juek and extra large pump. All in
lirst-elass condition. Will sell for
one-hall' price. Inquire immediately,
Edna M. Maeder. 1853 Swatura, or
Hell phone SI3J.
FOR SALE Nickel slot playing
piauo, in first-class condition. Can oe
! seen at No. 143 South Third street.
Wilson Apartment Hotel. 1
FOR SALE Shoemaker's ma
chMierv. stiteiier. finisher, electric mo
tor. Finest condition. Reasonable
' price. Also old shoes, tools, etc. K
(Cohen 157 North Pitt street, Carlisle!
TYPEWRITERS Ron. Hi FOI!
CASH ALL MAKES RENTED
EXCHANGED
GEO. P. TILL' TMi.V
205 LOCUST STREET OI'POSP E
ORPHEUM THEATER
BOTH PHONES
APPLES FOR SALE Grimes Gol
den. with a Banana flavor; Sia.vman
Weinsap, Jonathans. York Imperial.
I I etc. Some of these apples are very fine.
Come and see them at 14. A. Wicker
.l sham's Orehaivl. one-half mile eust of
: Mechanicsburg Pa., Trolley car stops
! at Orchard.
JL BARGAINS: BARGAINS'
, The Store across from Y. VV. c. A.
offers >on lilt- liiggc.-t aim Ileal Bar
gains in Men's and Boys' Suits, Over
coats, Mackinaw Coats. Unuer•tuf.
Hats, Caps aim Shoes. We ale fam
ous fm Low Prices. (live us a triui.
OUTLET CLOTH ING CO.,
23 \orih Fourth Street.
l-'OR SALE, CHEAP Complete de
-1 livery outfit, horse, wagon and har
ness. J. R. Coleman. lt)i>x South Cain
-1 eron, Harrisburg. Hell 1148.1.
19i 9 CAi.i-.NDAKS
Good Assortment of Bargains
Act Quickly.
For good service, order al
once and avoid the rush.
Sample Room for Conveni
ences of Customers.
M V K'' *' > VI FA< TURING t!O..
Third and Cumberland Sts.
**.•' <lioe Store
.mii.i.i- sa>e money buying
new ami s-eoml-liand furniture here.
ll.gh pnce> paid for furniture. Morris
i Sclimertz, 1030 Market. Bell 3971R
I
WANTED
Second-hand motors. Small
size preferred.
j Apply
I FEDERAL MACHINE SHOP.
Cranberry St.. near Second.
Harrisburg, Pa.
J FOR SALE Walnut bedstead, bu
reau and washstand, with marble top;
I oak hall rack and extension table.
;Must be sold at once. Apply 1611
| Penn street.
j MAX SMELTZ
; Second-hand furniture bought and
jeold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
Bell 1381 or Dial 5847. or drop a pos
tal to Max Smeltz. 1016 Market street. I
Will call, city or country.
FOH SAI I —MIM I.I.I.WFOCS I
I FOR SALE Two Bloch baby
! eoaenes. in good condition. Apply '
l 2300 North Second street.
j
WANTFI)—MISCICI.I.A N F(.) T S
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID for
! Sccoiiu-nur.d Furniture. Prompt at
tention. New murk w Cow 11, 30s tfcoud
; tiiei. Dial puone 4826.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID f)6r all
kinds ut Junk. Gel our prices uefure
I selling, (.all Bell phone OOU. or urop
: us a postal and our wagon will can.
1 Keystone iron rv ivietal Co.. Broad una
Currant ntleeis.
RIVER COAL
AND
SANI) FLEET
Will pay cash. Describe fully. Give
location and price. P. O. Box 22, Har
risburg, Pa.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
kinus ut eniDty barrels und junk. Call
Bell phone 4275. B Abrams &. Son.
824-832 North Seventh street.
\V,\N'TED National Cash Regis
ter.' State description and price.
■ ( lias. Kurtz, 15 East One Hundred and
j Sixteenth street. New York.
L. COHEN COMPANY. York and
! Ash Avenues. Highest prices paid for
I lag :, paper, iron, barrels, rubber nnd
metals an-i old machines. Send postal
lor call 3221W Bell and Dial 6223.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE Grocery store. Oldest
' establishment In Steelton. A good op
i portunity for right party. Good reu
' I sons for selling. Address Box G..6519,
; ct e of Telegraph.
j FOR SALE Bakery doing good
business, 518 Primrose, street. Apply
Uguvge w. ortli, 1720 sixth street.
FOR SALE
Profitable News Agency For
Sale '.ll - thriving suourbaa
town.
Storeroom in the heart ot
the business section.
Start a business here. The
Newspaper Agency will gtl
you acquainted with the peo
ple. Address
BOX R. 7474.
Care of Telegraph.
ELECTRICIANS
Will find an opportunity in the
sale of profitable News Agency in
! thriving suburban town.
lntluenze lias deprived the town
of its only electrician. No Kiev*
' irical Supply Store in town.
Start a business here. Tha
i Newspaper Agency will get you
acquainted with the people.
BOX I!. 7474,
Care of Telegraph!
PARTY OWNING
well-located vacant property
in the city, would like to get
in touch with A responsible
, contractor and builder. One
( who would be interested in
developing the property. For
particulars address
. N M.. .7211.
fare of Telegraph.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
TOBACCO or Snuff 1 ial.it cured or
no pay. $l.OO if cured. Remedy sent
on trial. Sliperba Co., W.U., "Balti
more, Mil.
IDEAS. INVENTORS. PATENTS
promoted. Send particulars. Ilorst
Promoting Agency, Linglestown, Pa.
j RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
, ! Single edge. 2oc doz.; double edge. 25c
i'doz.; old style. 25c each. Gorgas Drug
I Store.
' DIAMONDS bought for cash—p. 11.
j ' Caplan Co., 206 Market street.
! QUININE —Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to eatcli you this
changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE
. IJHOSPHO-QUININE1 J HOSPHO-QU1N1NE will slave it off
if taken in time. Gross Drug Store.
! ' 119 Market street.
Money to Loan
WE LEND MONEY In compliance
with Act of June 17. 1915, to Individu
als in need of ready Cash; small loans
I a specialty, business confidential, pa>-
• ments to suit borrower's convenience,
■ positively lowest rates in city.
PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO.,
132 Walnut Street.
I MONEY ' _
FOR NECESSITIES
We are prepared to help worthy
, | people when in need of MONEY for
, immediate necessities. Call and Inves-
I tigate our system, which is in oocord
• ance with laws of STATE OF PENN
: SYLV.VN'TA.
All business strictly confidential.
EMPLOYE'S LOAN SOCIETY,
206 BEKGXER BLDG..
THIRD AND MARKET STS.
;
LICENSED AND BONDED.
PRIVATE LOANS— $l5 TO $3OO
On Furniture. Real Estate or Endorsed
Notes.
On $l3. interest $.45
On $2O, interest $.60
On f25, interest $.75
On $3O. interest $.90
On $35. interest $1.05
On $4O. interest $1.20
On $5O. interest $1.50
On $75. Interest $2.25
On $lOO. interest $3.00
On s2o'\ interest $4.00
| Per month. Payments on principal re
duce Interest.
, 1 This company was Incorporated In
1900. licensed and bonded to lend
i money at reasonable rates to people
I without bank credit.
Call, write or phone
CO-OPERATIVE
I,OAN AND INVESTMENT CO..
204 Chestnut St.
Hours. 8 to 6. Saturdays until 9.
Musical
VIOLINS. MANDOLINS. GUITARS,
j BANJOS. Band und Orchestra Instru
' ments promptly and carefully- repair
;ed OYLEIpS. 14 Smith Fourth street.
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
'carefully repaired by an expert only.
' OYIiKR'S. I t South Fourth street.
f lb your Talking Machine needs re
pairs. just call Bell Phone 3242 J. An
! expert will be (it your service at once.
: or bring machine to 1213 North Third
I street. j
TALKING MACHINES of all kinds
repaired by an expert. All work
>1 promptly done nnd guaranteed. Call
I Bell 2604 R. or 1504 Howard avenue.
! HORSES AND CARRIAGES
I FOR SALE Four good work
I lmrses. Inquire S. W. Shoemaker &
) Son. Seventh and Harris.
1 HAULING AND MOVING "
i
! AUTO HAULING Local or long
distance. Furniture and piano moving
j a specialty. Blue Line Transfer. 917
I Capiinl street Roth phones.
AUTO HAULING Local and long
distance. Furniture moving a spe
cialty. Rates reasonable. Prompt
service. Call Bell 62.7 J.
LOCAL AND LONG - DISTANCE
HAULING Prompt service. A. &
I B. Motor Express, 917 Ctpi'.ul street.
- j Bell phone 1635 J.
LOCAL AND LONG - DISTANCE
HAULING —Furniture moving. Prompt
; service. Ernest Corbin, 656 (.'aider
I stieet. Boih phones. Bell 363CJ, Dtal
I 3033.
1 HAULING AND MOVING 1
|
WE MOVE
Any tiling—anywhere—any time'.
Dial 4990.
DAYTON CYCLE CO..
i 912 North Third Street, City.
GENERAL HAULING AND FAST |
! EXPRESS SERVICE to nearby towns;
I with uuto trucks. Only experienced
und careful drivers. Cull Bell .7320, !
1 or Dial 2265.
HEAVY HAULING—FuIIy equipped |
for furniture, freight and ptaiiu niuv- 1
ing. No distance too far. Careful j
driver. J'.ain und dustproof body. J. j
E. Grubber's Truck Service. lrvin 1
Anngst, Manager, liershev Pa. Bell j
phono 15R-6.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE Local'
and long-distance. X l '. J. Mcrter, Bell '
! 39-J. Steelton.
~ '
j j ALL KINDS OF HAULING'
AND MOVING DONE
I I CONRAD BROS. 341 KELKER ST. I
BELL PHONE 62.7 W.
DIAL PHONE 3518.
KICKS Local and Long-distance!
Hauling. 474 Kelly. Both phones.
Where to Dine
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.!
"HE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
STOUFFER'S RESTAURANT— Home j
I Cooking served to Businessmen and
Ladies 111 separate diningroom.
Storage
STORAGE—4I9 Broad street. House
hold goods, merchandise. Private
rooms at reasonable rates. Also haul- :
lug of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co. )
Both phones. I
STORAGE In brick building, rear ]
408 Market. Household goods iu eleau,
private rooms. Keusonublc rates. P !
G. Diener, 408 Market street. !
STORAGE ■— Private rooms for
household goods in Itreprouf ware
house. $3 per month nnd up. Lower -
storage rates in non-fireproof ware
house. Harrisburg Storage Co., 437-
445 South Second street.
•
I Undertaken)
SAMUEL S. FACKLEK.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
1312 Derry St.
BELL 1956. DIAL 2133.
RUDOLPH E. SPICEK,
Funeral Director and Fsnbalmer,
511 North Second Street.
BELL 252. DIAL 2145.
(EM FTEI4 3 I.(ITS I'd It SALE
; PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY
Beautifully situated on Market street
east of Twenty-sixth, and on the
tiort.i and east faces the new park
way. The prices of lots are moderate.
- Miller Bros. A- Co.. Agents..
Cleilliers nnd livers
IT PAYS to have Clothes Cleaned.
Pressed, Dyed or Repaired ut the best
place in town.* Call and deliver
Goodman's. 1306 VI North Sixth. Both
"j Phones. #
' j AUTOMOBILES
KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO.
" I All sort of auto top and cushion work
y | dune by experts. Also repair work.
| Reasonable rates, HUU Market street.
"! WM. PENN GARAGE
• -304-6 Mucnch siieel. Limousines lor
_! funeral, pain- and nails; earelui
" drivers, open day and .light. Bell
| i 4&454. ;
' FIVE WHITE one-ton trucks, with
' Brill, enclosed buss bodies; 12-pus
• sunger, iiigli-elass. all duplicate. T.
C. &MITH a Co., 1531 Cherry siroet,
" ; 1 nliaueiplila, pa.
AUTO FOR SALE 5-passcliger
3; Mitchell, in Al condition. Newly
- puinted. A good car at a bargain to
s j quick buyer. Edward V . Evans, 36
- j North Third street. Bell 1390, Dial
FOR SALE 1910 Alctz Touring,
one 1916 Maxwell Touring, two 1918
- Maxwell Touring Curs. Apply Hoist,
) Linglestown, Pa.
FOR SALE—I9I7 Dodge Touring
Car in Al condition, with extra good
tires. Looks like new. Apply Mack's
Dental Offices, 310 Market street.
Second Floor.
1 ONE brand-new 1918 Chandler Tour
ing Car, in good condition, has been
used about tnree months, to be sold
on account ot death. Inquire at Gard
ner A Baptisti, inird and Chestnut
streets. .
MAY* - • los Ali types; 4 and 6
Bosch nigli tension. Eishm&nn, Dixey,
Spilitlori. Men, Rbniy and different
makes of coils, carburetors, etc. A
Sehiltman, 22-24-26 North Cameron
' street. 801 l 3633.
1
FOR SALE Ueo Touring car.
Looks and runs like new. Burgain to
quick buyer. liuick Roadster, Ai
.shape. Bargain lor some one. A.
.SfhilTman, 22-24-26 North Cameron.
WANTED All kinds of used auto
tires. We pay highest cash prices.
No junk. 11. Esterbrook, 912 North
Third street. Dial 4990.
j %
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\
1 USED CARS
HEAL AUTOMOBILE VALUES
1
f
1916 Ford tour .ng car.
newly painted, 4 new
tires, demountable rims, with
extra rim and lire;.
_! engine in line condition.
Overland. Model 80. Just ,
out of paint shop;
splCQdld condition; bargain.
I
Oakland Roadster, newly painted;
bargain ut $225.
:j
1 ! Bulek Roadster Just painted,
motor in good shape;
1 real bargain.
s Ford, 1914 touring car,
painted and overhauled.
1917 Ford touring car,
in perfect shape.
Ov'erland Roadster.
Ford, 1916 delivery. 31x4
fires, painted and rebuilt.
f Ford trucks with attachments,
new body and cab,
motor rebuilt. This is
practically a new Job.
I I
Open evenings. Convenient pay
-; meats may be arranged.
l\ • *
34 AC'S OA RAG Fa
; 1: *OUTH THIRD
I
i
/ y
15
1 s AUTOMOBILES
ONE NEW CONESTOGA TRUCK
Covered body, 1,01)0 lbs. capacity. A
bargain. Inquire of Philadelphia
Ouick l.unch.
SUNSHINE GARAGE Auto re
pairing b/ expert. Road jobs a
: specialty. Charge reasonable. Both
Phones. Sunshine Garage, 117 North
Cameron street.
OLD AUTO'J
Wanted: used, wrecked or oidtlmers,
l in any condition. See me before sac
rificing elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
j Wrecking, A. Schlffmau, 22, 24, 2ti,
| North Cameron street. Bell 3633.
SECOND-HAND TRUCKS and pleas
. ure cars for sule. Ford ton trucks,
] Auto-Car 2-ton trucks and one 7-
I passenger Huynes Touring Car. All
| cheap nr quick buyers. International
! Harvester Co. Truck Department, No.
I tils U'ii nut street.
! BUICK ROADSTER Runs line;
i electric lights; new top; $35(1.00.
I Hoist. Llnglestuwn, Pa.
| AUTOMOBILE For sale, at a bar
. gain, one late model Chalmers, 7-pas
| scnger, 6-cyllnder electrically equip
i ped. Run less than 7,000 miles, and
I includes Sedan lop to convert into
I closed car for winter. The outllt is
in elegant condition, with 6 practi
cally new tires und 2 extra rims. Can
be seen at 1334 Howard street. Ad
dress X. V. E„ care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Hudson G-40 Touring
I Car. New puint, lop, slip covers and
I tires. Two extra tires. In perfect
condition throughout. Call, or ud
| dress, 418 North Front street, Stcel
i ton. Bell phone 15M Steelton.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SAL 1
1918 Chevrolet (Baby Grand Model),
in good condition. 11. G. I'edlow, 3
: South Thirteenth street.
1917 FORD TOURING CAR WANT
! ED. The highest cash price paid for
car in good condition. Inquire 322
; Blackberry avenue.
; MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES Wk
BICYCLES. BICYCLES.
New and rebuilt bicycles ut Very at
tractive prices; guaranteed repair
ing; come here and get a square V
deal.
H. F. ESTERBROOK, ■
912 N. Third Street. 1
i Dial 4990. 1
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE—Like new?
Bargain at $95.00. llorst, Lingles
town. Pa.
BICYCLE REPAIRING
BY AN EXPERT.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
DORY SHANEIt,
WITH
ANDREW REDMOND,
1507 NORTH THIRD ST.
GARAGES
ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS
AUTO RADIATORS of all kinds re
, paired by specialists. Also fenders,
I lumps, etc. Rest service in town. Uar
: risburg Auto Radiator Works, boa
I North Third street.
WELDING AUTO AND MACHINE
PARTS
Frames straightened and welded.
1 Heavy Cast Iron Our Specialty.
, Expert Welders. Work Guaranteed.
CAPITAL CITY WELDING CO..
1538 Logan St.
BELL 4396 J.
LEGAL NOTICES
,' NOTICE Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of J. Fred Ai tinan,
lute of Susqueiiunna Township, Dau
phin County, Pa., deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned re
siding in New Freedom, Pa., all per
sons indebted to said Estate are re
; quested to make immediute payment,
and those having claims will present
, them for settlement.
S. ALVA ARTMAN,
Or to Administratrix.
I. J'. BOWMAN,
Altorney-at-Law.
' In the liquidation of the UNION CASL'-
| ALTY INS. CO. tPhila,, Pa.) tCom
. j moil Pleas Court of Dauphin County.
•; i'eiina.. Number 113, Commonwealth
1 Docket 19161.
, : NOTICE TO PARTIES IN INTEREST
; The undersigned hereby gives no
i tico that claims (oilier than those al
i ready tiled) are provable not later
. I than January 1, 1919. As soon there
; after as is practicable 1 shall file an *
account in court with a scheme of
; distribution. Notice will be giveu by
' : publication, and three weeks will be
.! allowed for the filing of exceptions
; thereto. Claims should be filed with
! ; my agent in the liquidation, Thomas B
, Donaldson, Special Deputy. 331 Walnut
1 Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
The liquidation is proceeding in ac
, eordnnce with Act of Assembly of June
1. 1911 (Pamphlet l.aws, page 5991
CHARLES A. AMBLER.
Insurance Com'r. of Pennsylvania,
[larrisburg. Pa.
NOTICE Letters Testamentary
on the Estate of laiuroita R
Loll, late of ifarrisburg. Dauphin
County, Pa., deceased, having been
1 granted to the undersigned residing
in Carlisle, Pa., all persous Indebted
to said Estate are requested to make
Immediate payment, and those having
! claims will present tliern for scttie
ment.
I J. C. ECKELS,
Or to Executor.
! J. M. R1 IKY.
Attorney-ut-laiw,
.; Curllsle. Pa.
Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin
, county, Number 4, Commonwealth
Docket, 1916.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS
I All parties ifi interest are notified
that my final account, in the liquida
tion of tlie YORK COUNTY MUTUAL
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE COMPANY,
)with a scheme of distribution, is be
fore the Dauphin County Court. On
; December 22, 1918, I shall ask for an
j order confirming the account. A copy
of the account can be seen at the De
partment and in the office of George
E. Neff, Attorney. Yorlt; Pa.
| Exceptions to the account must bo
; filed prior to December 22, with
Thomas B. Donaldson, Special Deputy
Insurance Com'r, 331 Walnut Street,
' Philadelphia, Pu.
CHARLES A. AMBLER,
Ins. Com'r.
Harrishurg, Pa.
| NOV. 20, 1918.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that Union
1 Trust Company of Pennsylvania,
i Trustee, duly appointed by the Court
of Common Pleas of York County, Slt
! ting in Equity, Equity Docket No. 14,
No. 1 April Term. 1918, will hold a
j meeting ut its office. No. 20 North
i Mnrket Square, Harrishurg, Pennsyl-
I vaiila, on the 17th day of December,
1918, at 10 o'clock A. M„ for the pur
pose of receiving claims arising upon
I bonds and coupons secured by First
i Mortgage of York County Consolidat-
I< d Water Company, dated February
j 1, 1910, against the fund realized from
the sale of all'of the property, real,
! personal and mixed, rights, privileges
and franchises of said Water Com- -
pany, had pursuant to the terms of
said Mortgage, and for the further
purpose of hearing all persons Inter
ested In such claims.
Notice is further given that all
claims not presented will be forever
linrred" from participation in the pro
ceeds arising from said sale,
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF PENN
SLYVANIA,
Trustee.
J. W. RWART3,
GEORGE It. ITETSEY.
EDGAR *>. RICHARDSON.
Attorneys.
MY wife, Mrs. Bruce M. Winter,
having left by bed and board witli
oiit Just cause. I hereby notify all per
. sons not to harbor nor trust her on
piv account, as T will not pay any
dehp- contracted by her.
i (Signed) BRUCE M. WINTER.