Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, December 26, 1918, Page 11, Image 11

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    IF YOU CAN OFFER USEFUL EMPLOYMENT TO A MAN YOU CAN FIND 1M
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Deaths
y.ISGI Sarali Zell, wife of John Zell,
aged 59 years, died on December 24,
1918, at her home, 1114 North Sixth
street. , . .
Funeral services on Friday, at a.aw
C. M. Interment in Kast Harrisburg ,
Cemetery. , |
Relatives and friends are invited to ,
% attend without further notice. |
t'AGKT On Monday, December 23, j
1918, John Paget, aged 75 years. ;
Funeral services will be held on (
Friday afternoon, at 2 o cllock, . at ,
liis late home, near Pennsylvania 1
State Hospital. Relatives and .
friends are Invited to attend YXltn i
out further notice. I " term J,"CP.. ll
vate in Baldwin Cemetery, toteclton, |
l'a., with Masonic services.
I'OIST Mrs. Clara E. Polst dled De- ,
cember 24, 1918, at her late resi
dence, 1813 North Sixth street
Funeral services wll be h,l j °, n
Friday afternoon, at
Interment in East Harrisbuig Ceme- |
tery. I
IN MKMOHIAM
'
IN sad. but 1 ovin*T 'T'!V' I ''"|'ie 1m!
w U ho departed° from this life one year
10-day. UGHTK R.
LOST AND FOUND
HOST _ A brindle hull do®. A " s "aie '
lo name of "Trixie." Finder please
to name iina State street. I
return same to 11WJ Stan j
rX.ST - Lady's hand j
containing two an(J state'
ear or between b Ift*enth ana F , nder I
and Sixteenth an street,
return to 524 North Sixteeim
or Kramer's Drug Store. ,
~ l,OST—Bewecn Harris U 'ue-|
streets, one bundle o' _, gburg News
ward if returned to Harriauuig
Agency. . j
IX3ST - Eentlenian wh o
green-striped , ha^ turd f y morning. !
Street Market Saturday egra ph Of- |
please return same to ieiegii
lice and receive reward. ,|
' IN'HTK LOTION'S
ALL YEAH. Enter any tune. oeu
694R, Dial 4016. rni.LEGE,
HELP WANTED—MALE
WANTED A ftrenuin. Apply at j
Palace Steam Laundry. -105 Logan,
WANTED —An experienced biead (
salesman tor established route Ap- I
ply standard Baking Conipanj,
and Market streets. ______
i 'Alt PENT KltS WANTED Ray
mond Concrete Tile Co., care of Beth
lcliem Steel Co. Oome to Merchant
Mill Gates, Friday morning, at
o'clock, with tools. '
WANTED A Piesser. Apply. jf
possible between i and 8 In thei even
Big. The Valet, 101 North Second
street. Bell 4838, Dial 3114.
WANTED Driver for laundry
wagon. Apply Palace Steam Laundry.
2103 Logan.
, ct-ERKS AND BOOKKEEPERS—'
Hiring to qualify for accounting |
positions paying 150.00 per nionth o. j
more, address, In confidence, to Box I
D. 7205. care of Telegraph, giving age,
education and nearest phone numbei.
Previous experience not essential.
MAN With experience, to help .
tun furniture store. G'kht pay 1°
right man. Apply It. 6906. care of;
Telegraph.
MEN WANTED —To load stone. 29 i
cents per ton. Can earn 625 to 3o per
week. Apply Paxtang Quarries. Pax
latig. !
SEVERAL SALESMEN
for door-to-door proposition.
Newspaper experience desir
able. Address
M.. 6541.
Care of Telegraph.
WANTED
Five good Linotype Opeiators.
Good working conditions.
Apply to
HARRY A. FRY.
Telegraph Composing Room.
AUTO MECHANICS
TWO FORD REPAIRMEN
APPLY
MAC'S GARAGE.
117 SOUTH THIRD ST.
AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN
TO SELL
FORD CARS
AND
; KUXTON UNITS.
MAC'S GARAGE. INC..
117 SOUTH THIRD ST.
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i/ ■*
Immediate Possesion
A Modern Improved Home In Good
Itenldentlnl Section
On the Hill, 2H-story brick
and stucco property, all mod
ern improvements. \ Steam
heat. Electric lights. For fur
ther particulars see
Miller brothers & Co.
Ileal Estate
Insurance Surely Bonds
l.ocuat and Court blrceta
Member# llbg. Ileal Kniute iiuaril
THURSDAY EVENING. . HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH DECEMBER 26, 1918.
[ lIKI.P WANTED—MALE
: THOUSANDS U. S. Government
I Peace positions open. Men, 16 or over.
Women, 18 or over. Railway Mall
Clerks City Mail Carriers Post
Ofnce Clerks Customs Clerks
Clerks at Washington. D. C. SI,OOO to
$1,500 year. Short hours. Common
; education rufflcient. List positions
I now obtainable, ftee. Write to-day.
| Franklin Institute, Dept. 399-K, Ko
| Chester, N. Y. :
I WANTED—Two good, strong boys. I
!to learn trade. Apply Superintend- |
cnt. The Telegraph Printing Co.. ;
rllarrlsburg. j
I WANTED steady, reliable man
ito drive retail milk wagon. Uood |
wages to right party. References re- j
1 quired. Apply Penna. Milk I roduets
] Co.. 2115 North Fourth street. [
WANTED A noy. who can go to j
I school one dny each week. Apply -66
t Marker street. _ j
PAPERHANGERS All-year work. |
I Highest wages. H. A. Bodmer. Third
1 and Forster streets.
WANTED Young man in a com
i mercial business. Address 8., care of
I Telegraph.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED Girls between ages
of 18 and 28. We are In need of a
number of girls for bookkeeping, ac
counting and clerical work. Girls of
] ordinary intelligence we will train for
clerical work. Excellent opportunity.
! Previous experience unnecessary. Ain
| liition and energy only qualifications
! required. Good pay while learning.
I Apply P. S. Employment Service, Third
land North streets, HarrisburK. Indus
' trial concern, Elliott-Fisher Company,
: South Cameron street, Harrisburg.
i WANTED Girl in a book and sta- j
i ttonery store. Apply W., care of Tele- i
j graph. _____ I
j WANTED Girl for general house
: work—one who is able to cook. Small
family. Good wages. Address Box
U, 6910, care of Telegraph. Bell
j l:t2U ' __
| WANTED—GirI for general house
! work. Cull Bell phone 1162 R. j
j WANTED Saleslady . permanent j
position. Hoerner's, 316 Broad street. •
] WANTED —Woman for flat work |
| department. • Apply Ellis Laundry I
Service, 1520 Fuuon.
WHITE CHAMBERMAID wanted. ,
Apply 311 Market street.
WAITRESS WANTED Working
clothes furnished. Good pay and |
three ineals a day. No work Sun- j
day. 211 Walnut street. i
j WANTED A good housekeeper; |
I one between 35 and 50; do not ob
ject to one child; good wages and ]
j good home to the right parly. Must i
ne able to give good reference. W. E.
I Van Sciver, 11th Street Wharf. |
| Washington, D'. C.
' j
i GIRL WANTED, AT ONCE Apply j
Universal Film Exchange, 5 South |
Fourth street. !
WANTED Girl for general house- |
work in family of two. No washing, j
Apply ut 226 Kelly street.
WANTED Girls to work In
laundry. Apply Keystone Laundry,
020 Harris.
WANTED Good, all-arond day
cook for Jack's Quick Lunch. Apply
immediately, 1020 Market street.
WANTED Young lady for per
manent office position in Steelton. j
[ Slate qualifications. Address K., 6901, j
j care of Telegraph. '
j WHITE GIRL —To csre for small |
I apartment. Good wagci. Crane. 901,
I North Front. Bell 2640 J. |
i WANTED An experienced wait- j
ress, at once. Apply Crystal iiestau- J
| rant, 418 Market. j
-
SEWING MACHINE
OPERATORS
Wanted at once. Sewing Ma- |
chine Operators. Inexperienc
ed operators will be paid '
while learning. Positions are
\ permanent, with regular work
and good pay.
i BLOUGH MANUFACTURING
COMPANY,
Relly and Fulton Streets.
WANTED Experienced girls to
work in book bindery. Apply Mr.
I Fisher, the Telegrapli Printing Co.,
j Harrisburg, Pa.
LADIES You can make $lO-$25
weekly Distributing Samples and sell
! ing NO-RUB, the wizard Washing
1 Powder among your friends. Address
| Box B. 6580, care of Telegraph.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED For
i local office. Must have experience.
None others need apply. Good wages
! to right party. Address Box 11, 6568.
1 care of Telegrapli.
YOUNG WOMEN WANTED To
1 learn shoemaklng. Learners are well
paid'and earn good wages when pro
| ttcient. Harrisburg Shoe Matu.factur
| ing Co., 1402 Vernon street.
WAITED—Two young women for
waitresses. Must give references. Ap
i ply Stouiter'a Restaurant. 4 North
| Court.
WOMEN —Wanted Immediately, for
scrubbing and general work. Apply
Stouffer's Restaurant. 4 North Court
street.
WANTED—Women grocery clerks.
Apply Steelton Store Co., Steolton, Pa.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
j Harrisburg. December 7. 12,000
women clerks needed. Salary, $1,200.
; Experience unnecessary. Women de
siring government positions write for
' free particulars. Raymond Terry
dormer Civil Service Examiner). 467
Columbian Building. Washington.
IIEI.D WANTED—MaIe nntl Female
COLORED COUPLE would like po
i sition in private family. Man as
i butier; wife as cook. 1226 Cowden
street.
SILK MILL
I Experienced help wanted. Expert-
I enter weavers average $3.60 to $6.50
] per day. oilier departments propor
i minutely.
beginners wanted also. Beat pay.
I Come and earn 30 per cent, bonus
I over and above regular Wages. Apply
y HARRISBURG SILK .MILL
Second and North Streets.
| SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE
I WANTED Man wishes position
Irs chauffeur in private family, or po
sition as truck driver. Apply j;3O
| Walnut street. City.
i J AM 42 years young, married, and
wunt to associate myself with some
1 good .reliable manufacturing or busi
ness concern in Harrisbuig, where
i hustle and reliability will be appreci
ated. Would want an opportunity to
: acquire n small interest if make good.
! No wildcat schemes wanted. Would
I prefer a concern who needs reliable
I help, rather than money. Whin huve
I you to offer? Answer J.. care of Tele
,* graph
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE ]
WANTED—MiddIe-aged man would I
like night work, or clerkship or light !
tiring. Call, or address, B. F. B„ 216
Mulberry street.
WANTED Opportunity to connect I
with going buslnoss by young man j
52 years of age. used to handling peo- |
pie. General executive experience, i
Would consider investment of capital. 1
I Address Box U, 71U6, care of Tele- 1
| graph.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe j
j EXPERIENCED lady stenographer i
I desires stenographic work afternoons |
I only. Address Box K 6903, care Tele- ;
graph. , |
'! WANTED Woman wishes place!
Jas cook. Inquire at 606 Forster street. |
j WANTED Plain sewing to do at
I home. Children's sewing a specialty.
I Inquire 1612 Hunter street, or call Bell
phone 1505 R.
WANTED By an experienced,
honest person, a position as waitress,
or chambermaid. Address Mechnnlcs
burg, Cumberland County, Pa., R. F.
D„ No. 1, care of Mrs. Spick.
ROOMS FOR KENT
TWO furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, with all conveniences.
Use of pnone Apply 22 North Eigh
teenth street.
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS !
Toilet iyid water, gas and heat, third !
lloor, for light housekeeping. Apply I
2127 North Fourth.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS Suit- '
able for light housekeeping, to right!
j party. 226 South Second. Bell 1231. |
j NICELY FURNISHED front room j
i for one or two men with clean work. \
Walking distance from central part I
of the city. Handy to good boarding I
house. Apply,ll7l Market street. j
FOR RENT' On large bedroom,
for gentlemen only. Rent reason
able Vpr,ly 276 mlggs street
i TWO UNFURNISHED and one fur
: nished rooms in best part of city;
! steam heat and all modern con
veniences. Apply in person. 916 (
| North Sixteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, '
: $2.50 per week and up; warm rooms, :
running hot and cold water; light
housekeeping and private batli. Wil
son Apartments, No. 143#South Third.
STATE ST., 234—Rooms furnished !
,or unfurnished. Single or connect
j Ing.
ROOMS WANTED
I WANTED Two or three furnish
ed rooms, for light housekeeping by j
I young married couple. No children.
■ Best references can be given. Ad- j
| dress Box L 7204, care telegraph.
| .j
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
! i
j APARTMENT FOR RENT Sixth j
street corner, second lloor; very desir
able location; modern improvements', |
steam heat; 110 children; ready for
occupancy. Apply
A. P. DORANZ.
1225 North Sixth. j
FURNISHED APARTMENTS FORI
RENT For light housekeeping, all j
modern conveniences, at 1101 North!
Sixth. Apply Louis, 414 North Third, i
APARTMENT'S VANTED
1 i
I WANTED A small apartment or j
| two or three unfurnished rooms for i
| light housekeeping. Address J 7206. |
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
j , TWO-STORY' BRICK HOUSE All !
| improvements, in city; front porch: i
: hay window; nice yard to drive alley. |
SIOO down, balance as rent. Liberty
! Bonds accepted.
C. H. CORDKR.
| 1722 Green Street. Bell 560 J. ;
BUY YOUlt HOME on our rental
: payment plan. Small cash or Liberty <
Bond itrst payment required, balance ;
: us rent. We have houses in every
I part of the city and suburos. Apply I
A. P- Doranz, 1225 North Sixth street.
! FOR SALE—Six small brick houses.
I Good location. Some with improve- j
i ments. $2,500. Small, cash payment,
balance as rent. D. A. Caley, 707
Kunkel Building. Bell phone 589.
HOMES FOR COLORED FAMILIES i
, Three-story brick house, with all im- ;
provements. Lot, 14x100. Good loca
tion. Price, $2,300.00. Easy payments, i
LINCOLN REALTY CO..
Open Evenings Until 8 O'clock.
1129 Seventh Street.
Kcitl Estate I'tir Sato or Exchango
WANTED—TO RENT j
We are having a number of appll- I
cations at this time for furnished i
1 iiuuses. apartments and rooms. What |
1 ; do you have to offer? Address Alil
; ler Brothers 48 Company, Locust and j
l Court streets.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT Two private garages,
rear 167 swatara street. Rent, so.ut)
each. J. E. Glpple. 1251 Market street.
! FOR RENT —918 North Sixteenth; 9-
I I room house, gas, electricity and
i steam heat. Possession January 1.
; Call Bell phone 2912.
FOR RENT Large, 3-story brick
building, central location, suitable for !
garage. D. A. Caley, 707 Kunkel I
I Building. Bell eB9.
' ! FOR RENT —No. 2000 State street,
' corner brick house with all improve-
I ments. stoi'v room and large garage.
' Good poolroom location. Rent, J6.
• I J. E. Glpple. 1251 Maruet street.
11 REAL ESTATE —Fur Sale or Rent j
I HOUSES AND OARAGES— At Fifth
• i and Gurliu streets; possession of
some ot tue houses on thirty days'
' j notice. Fred C. Miller, 31 North See
' ; uiid. Bell phone 307 J.
' REAL ESTATE WANTED
I LIFELONG FARMER wants to rent
'|a larm ior cash rent; best of refer
-1 ence. Box 101. aliddietown. Pa. ij e ß
. | pnone 14113.
1 !" WANTED, TO BUY A HOUSE
' ' north of Macluy street. Address Box
: 11, 7202, care oi Telegraph.
M 1 ARM WANTED 2to 2U acres.
I with or without buildings. State low.
est price. Address Box D, 66ii>.
I of Teiegraph.
1 HAVE BUYERS
crty tn any sectiou of ih cu>. .r
cheap- nat have you to otter,
i CHAS. ADDER. 1002 N. Thlrq street,
); Offices uiui Stoicrooiiiv—For Rent
OFFICES FOR RENT Furnished
1! or unfurnished, single or ensuite of
s \ two or throe rooms. Apply ji. & u
- j Loweugard, 21u North luird street.
, MARKET ST. STORE
FOR RENT.
1 besuti'u. lujiiblL •'tore.
504 Market Street. >
„ CHAS. ADLKIt.
. | ioo2 North Third Street.
If ■
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HAVE YOU AN EXTRA TYPE
WRITER? You can sell it,if it's a good
machine, to somebody who can make
good use of it. A lot of people would
like to own typewriters for personal
correspondence "home use," as it
were. These machines have a cash
value. Describe yours, and quote a
price, in a classified ad.
j
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FARMS
40 Acres, SI,BOO.
3 Acres, $550.
60 Acres, 63,500.
I 110 Acres. $3,700.
| Call at 107 CHESTNUT ST.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
j FOR SALE Thoroughbred, pedi-
I greed Blue Helton English Setter, fe
male, eleven months old. Partly
' broken. Not gunshy. Of champion
i bench and ileld strain*. Perfect. Bell
i phone 2353 W.
FOR SALE Two pure rubber
tire fillers, 34x4. No inner tubes re
quired. Good for 50,000 miles. Will
sell very reasonable. Apply 1745 Nortb
Sixth street.
FOR SALE Girl's wheel. $lO. Ad- !
dress Box W, 6902, care of Telegrapli. |
SCREENED CANNEL COAL
$8.85
J. B. MONTGOMERY
3rd and Chestnut Streets j
FOR SALE One English Bull dog.,
pedigreed. H. G. Bombargner, 615 For
rest street.
1
I FOR SALE White English Pull
i man baby carriage and ivory crib, j
I Good as new, will sell cheap. Inquire
| Bell phone 4270.
i APPLES FUR SALE Grimes Gol- j
He,, with a Banana flavor; Staynian !
i Weinsap. Jonathans. York Imperial, '
I etc. Some ot these apples are very fllle . |
Come and see them at R. A. Wicker
sham's Orchard, one-halt mile east of |
| Mechanlcsbu "g. Pa.. Trolley car stops
; at Orchard. j
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT Fuit ;
_ ,Vlt ALL MAKES RENTED ~
i CASH EXCHANGED. "
GEO. P. TILLOTSON,
DftK LOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE
! 206 OHPHKUM THEATER
BOTH PHONES
FOR SALE —MISCELLANEOUS |
i
CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT I
team hoisting _ tift 1
I .eg derrick foi Apply t Q
to. S. Johnson. 31|:Cnestnut.
FOR SALE
1919 CALENDARS
! Tti c Bargains in Samples and Job
I Lots. Orders promptly filled. First
i come, first served.
MYERS MANUFACTURING CO.,
Third and Cumberland Sts.
j Bell phone 1577 R. (Above Shoe Store!. !
I FOR SALE ;
Magazines for No. 1 Linotypes.
A rare bargain for a plant
with a No. 1 machine.
Address !
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTJNO
1 COMPANY,
Harrisburg, Pa.
I BARGAINS'. BARGAIN'S] i
The Store across from Y. VV. e. A.
oflers yo" 11, .° Rlggt'/ 1 anil Best Bar- '
gains in Men's and Boys Suit*. Over
i coats, Mackinaw Coats, Underwear, I
' Hals, Cups and Shoes. Y1
| f °SmUE P T , Cl!oTHl^ > cs.. trittl '
23 North Fourth Sfleet.
i MORRIS SAYS save money buying '
i new and second-hand furniture hers
I High prices paid for furniture. Morris I
: schmertz. 1030 Market. Bell 3971 a j
WANTED —MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED Piano suitable x for
learners. State lull particulars and
price. Address Box Y, 6904, care of
Tcjegraph.
WANTED, TO BUY Second-band !
player piano. State price, condition and i
where n can ue .*eeu. Aaarehd L... bi#o
care of Telegruph. j
HIGHEST CAS.. PRICES PAID for!
Second-hand Furniture. Prompt at- !
tention. Xewmark & Cown, 308 Broad i
' street. Dial pnone 4826. j
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
I kinds ot' Junk. Get our prices before I
selling. Cull Bell phone 936. or drop ,
us a postal and our wagon will call, j
Keystone iron uiciul Co., Broad auu )
Currant streets.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all'
kinds ot einply barrels uiiu junk. Cab !
Bell phone 4275. B Aoranis ,v toon, '
624-832 North Severnh lieeC
PARTY OWNING
well-located vacant property
in tho city, would like to get
in touch with a responsible
contractor and builder. One
I j v.ho woutd be interested in
I developing Die property. F„r
•j pal Oculars address
U. Mlt
Cart oi teiv.iupb.
! I * WANTED
i ! I
eeeond-hau.i uiotvis. amaii
u> ...cKried.
Apply #
FEDERAL MACHINE SMOr.
Ce--'-erry St.. near Second.
Harrisburg, Pa.
S I. COHEN & COMPANY. York and
Ash Avenues. Highest prices paid Tot
rag- ouper. iron, barrels, rubber and
metals and old machines. Send postal
or call 3221YV Bell and Dial 6223.
' MAX SMELTZ
I second-hand lumiture bought and i
I auld. Highest cusli prices pmd. Call
! Uell 1381 or Dial 5847. or drop a pus
! taJ to Max-Smeita. 1018 Market streec
Will call, city of country.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
DESK KUOM WANTED with serv
ices ot stenographer in downtown of
fice by salesman culling on manufac
turers and contractors. K6573.
XMAS PKESEN'I for a small Doy.
Pure-ored Airedale Pup. Easy dog to
nouse train. Inquire 11. R. Kuttter
loru. Harrisburg, Pu„ Route No. 1, Box
79 Bell phone 341.1-3.
ELECTRICIANS
Will find an opportunity In the
sale ol piulilabie News Agency in
thriving suburban town.
Influenza has deprived the town
of its only electrician. No Elec
trical Supply Moie in town.
Start a business here. The
Newspaper Agency will get you
acquainted with tile people.
BOX H. 7474,
Care'of Telegraph.
Money to ismn
| INDUSTRIAL LOANS—SIS to S3OO '
On Personal Property. Real Estate or
Guaranteed Notes.
TIIE ENTIRE COST OF
S2O for four months is $2.50
S4O for four months Is $4.00
S6O for four months is su.6o
i SIOO for four months is $9.50
I based on four equal monthly pay-
I ments one month aparG Other amounts
!in proportion. Long or short time
1 contracts. Interest charged unly
i for the actual time money is in y our
possession. Business established In
I 1909 and conducted under State super
' vision.
i CO-OPERATIVE
LOAN & INVESTMENT CO..
204 Chestnut St.
j Hours; 8 to 6, Saturdays until 9.
j Open two Evenings before Xmaa.
1 WE LEND MONEY In compliance
j with Act of June 17. 1916. to tndividu-
I als in need of ready cash; small loans
i a specialty, business confidential, pay-
I ments to suit borrower's convenience;
positively lowest,rates In city.
1 PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO..
132 Walnut Street
' Musical
FOR SALE—Victrola and a lot of
music. A reliable party can have for
$26.00 cush. Will take note on rest
110 suit buyer. Address M69U9.
| FOR SALE—Victrola and 20 pieces
latest music, also a 1918 model White
sewing machine. Will exchange on
Liberty Bond or will arrange pay
ments to suit buyer. Address 86908.
FOR SALE—A large cabinet Rishell
machine, plays all records; also nice
selection of music. A party with
reference can arrange payments
three to ten months, no Interest. Ad
dress, A69IW.
violins, mandolins, ouiuiu,
BANJOS, liund and orchestra Inatru
| munis promptly and carefully lepair
} ed. OYLER'S, 14 Suuth Fourth street.
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
careluily repaired by an expert omy.
uii.i-.i. -• m south Fourth streeG
i IF your Talking Machine needs re
pairs. just cull Bell Phone 3242 J. An
expert will be at your service at once.
! Or bring machine to 1213 Kurtn Third
| streeG
UUSI.NE.Ss 1-LI.SONALS
i UPHOLSTERING Of the best
! kind. Work guaranteed. We call uiu
deliver. 308 Broad street. Dial puoue
I 4S2C. .
I IDEAS. INVENTORS. PATENT.-
; pi mpted. Send particulars. Ilorxi
Promoting Agency, Linglesluwn, Pa.
EXPERT AUDITOR AND ACCOUNT
ANT
Efficiency Methods and Cost Sys
tems Installed. Income anu Excess
Profit Tax Statements prepared.
Books opened, closed o. al.u.ieu. c.
E. MacCioskey, 4U3 Sou.n u.,iau,
I streeG
j RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
i Single edge, 25c doz; double edge, 35c
doz; razors, 25c. Gorgas Drug Store.
DIAMONDS bought fo.' cusn—P. ii
Capian Co.. 206 Market street.
QUININE —Look out lor ;hut grippe
feeling, iikeiy to catch you
I changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE
1 PHOSPHO-QUININK will stave It oil
iif taken In time. Gross Drug Store.
! 119 Maikei S.rect.
MAULING AND MOVINU
! general HAUwiNG and t %sr
| EXPRESS SERVICE to neuroy low us
I with auto trucks. Only experienced
land duetul drltel's. Cull Bell 3326.
| or Dial 2266
I II10K& Local and Lung-distance
lEn tiling- 424 Ueiiy. Boili I'bones. *
ALIO ilJOl.l.Nb wocai oi ioua
! distance. Furniture and piano moving
a specialty. Blue Line I ratister, t (
i capi-ui street Bom phones.
AUTO UAL'LING Loeul umj long
distauce. lurmture tnoviog a spo
! eialty. Rates leasoiiaDle. Prompt
J aeiYlce tall Bell 62SJ.
'ilit.M. AND LONG - DISTANCE
H A 1.1.1 Ati toi nitole moving. Prompt
1,, I vice l-.i lies' Lorbiii, 656 Calder
, bell 3636J, Dial
: b 85-
\L'TO TRUCK SERVICE Local
ami long-distance F. J. Matter. Bell
; js-J, Steelton.
WE MOVE
Anything— aaywHere—any time.
Dial 4990.
DAYTON CYCLE CO..
912 North Third Street. City,
HEAVY HAULING —Fully equipped
toi turnltUra. freight mid piano mot
ing. No distance 100 far. Careful
duver itaiii aiiu dtislprouf body. J.
E Grubber's Truck Seiviee. irvm
Aungst Managt H*r#he" Pa. Ueli
phone ISR-6.
'TOCAL AND LONG - DISTANCE
HAULING Prompt service. A. &
B. Motor Express, 817 Capital street.
Bell phon* 1635 J.
HAULING AND MOVING
j [
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
AND MOVING DONE
CONRAD BROS. 341 XELKER ST.
BELL PHONE 623 W.
DIAL PHONE 3518.
■ !
Wliere to Dine
|
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. I
! ~HE HOME OF SATISFACTION. j
i STOUFFF.R'S RESTAURANT—Home
i cooking served lo Businessmen auJ !
I iuidies in seouiate diningruotn.
Storage
: !
: STORAGE —419 Broad street, nonse- I
i hold goods, merctiaiicli.se. Private |
I rooms at reasonable lutes. Also haul- I
{ ing of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co. I
i Both phones. I
| STORAGE —ln brick building, real I
i 408 MurkeG Household goods lu clean.
privile looms. Keasonuuie rates. P I
Diener. 408 Market street.
| STORAGE Private rooms for j
household goods in fireproof ware- I
i bouse, $3 |ser month and up. Lowei !
storage rates In nun-fireproof ware- i
house. Harrisbuig Storage Co.. 437- j
4 4:. South Second street.
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Unc-rrttikers
fcAMUEL S. FACKLER.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
1312 Derry SG
BEJ-L 1966. DIAL 2133. |
RUDOLPH lv. SPICER.
F-neiai Director and l-snoalnier.
511 North Second Street.
BELI. 262. DIAL 2145
I -|
CEYIF.TKItV I.Oi'V lUW SAI.E j
i PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY 1
i Beautifully situated on Market street j
least of Twenty-sixth, and on the
iiortd nnd east faces the new park - I
! way. The prices of lots are moderute. I
j Mil's' Bros. * <"<> Agents
Gleuneie inid Piers i
IT PAY'S to have Clothes Cleaned, ;
| Pressed. Dyed or Repaired at th best
I place In torcn Call nnd deliver i
Goodman's. 13961$ North Sixth. Bulb i
j Phones.
AUTOMOBILES
I MAXWELL. 1916, in first-class con- |
j ultion throughout, light economical ;
car. Owner wants larger machine,
j demonstration at Hoffman's Garage,
Seneca und Camp streets. Cheap to
ii immediate buyer. j
I FOR SALE 1917 Maxwell Touring i
, | Car, 1915 lteo Roadster. Apply liar-I
I risburg Auto & Tire Repair Co., 131
! South Third street.
i I
! FOR SALE 1917-1914 Ford Tour-
I ings, $125.00. $325.00, to settle estates.
' Address Box 11, 6561, care of Tele
i grapK
ONE NEW CU.VESTUUA TRUCK
Covered uody, l.uuu lbs. capuclty. A
! bargain. Inquire of Philadelphia
i Quick Luncn.
' 1917 FOltD TOURING, fine order, s3s
worth extras. Price, $475.00 cash.
Must be sold account sickness. Also
Maxwell 1918 Touring, $750.06 cash.
Run 1,000 nnles, U. K. Cun be seen
j at Horst's, Linglestown, Pa.
WM. PENN GARAGE
304-6 Muench streeG Limousines toi
, funeral, parti ■ and bails; carefui
| drivers;, open day and Bell
' | 4564.
. ! KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO.
, ' All sort of auto too and cushion wqt k
don" by experts. Also repair work.
; ' Reasonable rates. 72-78 South Cam
. ! eron streeG
ONE brand-new 1918 Chandler Tour
ing Car. in good condition, has been
■ | used aDOUt lliree months, to be sold
lon account of death, lnquiie at Gard
i ner & Baptisti, luird and Chestuu,
j streets.
• ! FOR SALE lteo Touring ear.
Looks and runs -ike new. Uargalu lo ;
I quick buyer. Buick Rouoster, A 1
I shape. Bargain lui some one. A
, i Schilfinan. x2-24-2j Nonn Cameron.
i j SECOND-HAND TRUCKS und pleas
ure curs tor sule. Ford ton trucks.
I Auto-Cur 2-ton trucks und one 7-
I passengei Hay nes TV -.ring Car. All
I cheap to quick buyers. International I
Harvester Co. Truck Department. No
jOl • •' streeG
j FOR SALE Ford truck, putinel
I body; two-horse wagon, good as new.
i Both equipped for baker. F. J. Nov- j
iuger. MlHeraburg. Pa. I
FOR SALE Two 4V4-ton Packard
I Trucks,'practically new. Thos. L.
j Herb & Co.. Lebanon, Pa.
BARGAIN SALE
60—SIXTY—60
\ >
USED FORDS
"I
_l
1914-1915-1917-1918 MODELS
A
!'!
Including Touring Cara,
Roadsters, Sedans,
7 Trucks. Light Delivery,
'I Also 1 Racer and speedster.
!
! ! These cars have been over
■j hauled und rebuilt in our Re
i ' pair Department and are In
fine mechanical condition.
11
The Paiut Department have
! reflnlshed them In many at
r tractive color combinations.
I
The paint and varnish are the
1 best Valentine grade. Prices
from $250 to SSOO.
*
Convenient terms may be
arranged.
I **
Open Evenings.
1
I I MAC'S GARAOF, Inc.
; i ♦
i I 117-19-21 SOUTH THIRD £T.
!L-
j AUTOMOBILES
BI'ICK ROADSTER ituna fine;
electric lights; new top; $356.60 1
I Hurst, l.ingies.uwn. Pa.
, (
FOR SALE 1917 Dodge Touring
! car, In A 1 condition. All good tires
| with new spure. A private car. Will ;
| demonstrate. Cull 4912 Bell.
[ FOR SALE 1916 Metz Touring. 1 '
l one 19It maxwell Touring, two 1918 I i
! .uaxwell 'louring Curs. Apply llorst. 1 1
I Liugies'.ow n. Pa. ; .
|_ | i
j ONE CHEVROLET ROYAL MAIL
UUADSTER Beaver a Garage, 632 !l
! North streeG j i
FOR SALE—S-ton Standard truck, j i
; Price yeasunuule. mechanical work in , j
!A1 cuiidilioii. Guaranteed 36 days. , j
] Sunshine Garage, 27-29 Nortn Cuui- , |
j eron streeG / j ]
! NEW 2-ton International Truck, '
j useo t> weeks, with express body and ,
cab. Price reasonable. Address K. I'., .
(care of Telegraph. | (
j WANTED All kinds of used auto '
tiles >uy lilgliest cash prices.
No Junk. 11. Esterbriv-v. 912 North j
j Third street Dial 4990.
j SUNSHINE GARAGE Auto re- !
pairing b.' expert. Road Jons a '
I specialty. Charge reasonable. Both
' Phones. Sunshine Ouruge, 27 North
! Cameron street.
_________ — i )
OLD AUTO? !'
| Wanted, used, wreckvd \)r oidtlmers. j
in any conuition. See me before sac- |
ulicuig elsewhere. Chelsea Auto i
YV tec ..ing A. tociulfnitn, 22, 24, 26. j
N,,rh l.'uuieron street. P.el, 0.!33.
| UUTUIiCICLEb AND HICYULKb ;
FOR SALE One Hurley-Davidson i
; Motorcycle, witli side car. Inquire 301 !
I South Fourteenth street.
! 1916 HARLKY MOTORCYCLE I
I side car and tandem, electric equipped. I
f225.00. Indian Twin Tandem, SSO. |
ilorsG Linglestown. Pa.
|
; INDIAN MOTORCYCLE—Like new.
Bargain at $95.00. HorsG Lingles
town. Pa.
I _____ ;
! FOR SALE One 1918 brand-new I
i Reading Standard Electric, with side- '
j car; one 1917 Indian, with sidecar; one i
' 1916 Indian, with sidecar. All above ,
j machines are In first-class condition, I
i and will be sold cheap. Harrisburg
j Motorcycle Exchange. 1227 North I
• Sixth streeG I
BICYCLE REPAIRING
BY AN EXPERT.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
DORY SHANER.
WITH
ANDREW REDMOND.
1507 NORTH THIRD ST.
, ,
' Garages, Accessories and lic]iair.s
A< All types. 4 und 6 I
Bosch nigh tension. Elshntann. IMxey. |
Spiltdorf. Meu. Remy and different
I makes of colls, carburetors, etc. A !
! Schiftnian. 22-24-26 North Cameron |
rlrtet. Bell 3633.
j ot >OD YEA It TIRES in si'— 30x3 % i
| und 32x4 A. \V. T. Fabrics, and 30x3$$ ■
■ Rib Cord at prices less than you can !
1 buy. 1213 North Third street.
I_ j
| AUTO MADIA I'iRS or all kinds re- J
paired by specialists. Also fonder*, j
I l amps, etc. Best service in town. Har- ;
I risburg Auto Radiator Works, 805
| North Third streeG I
I WELDING AUTO AND MACHINE i
PARTS
Frames straightened and welded, i
Heavy Cast Iron Our Specialty.
I Expert YVelders. Work Guaranteed, i
! CAPITAL CITY WELDING CO.,
1538 Logan SG >
BELL 4396J
jln the District Court of the United !
I States for the Middle District ot
l Pennsylvania.
I No. 3723, in Bankruptcy ln re,'
I William W. Conkiln, Bankrupt. I
! TO THE HONORABLE CHARLES B. I
I WITMEK, JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT I
COURT of the United States for the j
I Middle District of Pennsylvania.
William W. Conklin, of Middietown, I
i in the County of Dauphin and State I
I of Pennsylvania, in said district, re- j
spectfully represents:
! That on the 4lh day of November,
I last past, he was duly adjudged bank
rupt under the Acts of Congress re
i lating to Bankruptcy; that he hus
Idulv surrendered all his property, and
rights of property, and has fully com-
I plied with all the requirements of suiti
! Acts and of the order of the Court
i touching his bankruptcy,
i WHEREFORE HE PRAYS, that hi
may be decreed by the Court to havi
a full discharge from all debts prov
| able against his estate under saic
| bankrupt acts, except such debts at
i are excepted by law from such dls
. charge.
I Dated this 14th day of December
| A. D. 1918.
WILLIAM YV. CONKLIN.
Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON
| Middle District of Pennsylvania, ss:
On tills 16th day of December, A. I>
1918, on reading the foregoing pcti
! lion, it is
! ORDERED BY THE COURT, that t
hearing be had upon the same on thi
1 ;'.d day of February, A. D. 1919, befori
-aid Court at Scranton, Pa., in spit
district, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
and that notice thereof be publisher
ill "Harrisburg Telegraph," a news
paper printed In said district, and tlia
all known creditors and other persom
in interest may appear at the salt
time and place and show cause, if anj
ihey have, why the prayer of said pe
titioner should not be granted.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
BY THE COURT, that the Clerk shall
send by mall to all known creditors,
; copies of said petition and this order"
! addressed to them at their places of !
I residence as stated.
WITNESS* the Hon. Charles!
B. Winner. Judge of said '
i (Seal of Court. and the Seal i
the Court) thereof, at Scranton, In |
said District, this 16th day
ot December. A. D. 1918. \
G. C. SCHEUER,
: Clerk. |
! NOTICE TO PROPERTY !
OWNERS IN THE SIXTH!
AND TWELFTH WARDS,
! CITY OF HARRISBURG.
| The owners of unregistered proper- ]
ties In tin) Sixth and Twelfth Wards;
of the City of Harrisburg. in accord-|
ance with the terms of a certain parti
I of the Act of Assembly, approved 27th
June, 1913, Pamphlet Laws of 1913,
page 568, and Ordinance No. 11, File!
I of City Council, Session of 1918-1919,'
I uro hereby notified to furnish wlthlnr
[thirty dajs from the 12th day of De-l
cember, 1918, to the City "Engineer, at |
j this office, descriptions of their re- :
I spective properties, upon blanks to be I
! furnished by tho city, and at the same .
I time to present their conveyances to
1 be stamped by the said engineer with-
I out charge as evidence of tho rogistry 1
thereof. Any person or persons neg
lecting or refusing to comply with
! the provisions of this section for u
I period of thirty days after public no
j tleo of tlie requirements thereof shall
! be liable to u penalty of five dollars.
to be recovered with costs of suit, in
! the name and for the use of the city,
as penalties for the violation of city
ordinances ai& recoverable." Blanks
i may be obtained at the office of the
i City Engineer, Room 316 Common-
Wealth Trust Company Building. 222
Market Street. Harrisburg, Pa.
M. B. COWDEN.
City Engineer.
#
I NOTICE Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Charles Ai. Sul-
II an, late of Harrisburg. Dauphin
.County, Pa., deceased, having been
I grunted to the undersigned residing in
Harrisburg. all persons Indebted lo
said Estate are requested to make
immediate payment, nrfd those having
claims will present for aettle-
CATHARINE AGNES SULLIVAN,
Administratrix,
No. 1439 Market StreeG
LEGAL NOTICES |
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION .1
OF DWELLING HOUSE
OFFICE OF BOARD OF COMMIS
SIONERS OF PUBLIC GROUNDS • " J
AND BUILDINGS, STATE CAPITOL
BUILDING, HARRISBL'RG. PA.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo re
ceived by tho Superintendent of Pub- 'H
lie Grounds and Buildings at his of
ilce in the Capitol Building:, Ilarris
burg, Pa., until two (2) o'clock P. SI.. J
January 14, 1919, for furnishing; all
labor and materials for the recon- 3
atructlon of a dwelling house for the
Department of Fisheries at Union
City, Erie County. Pennsylvania, as
indicated fully In the plans and speci
fications prepared by Office of Super
intendent of Public Grounds and. y
Buildings, Ilarrisburg, Pennsylvania,
for the Board of Commissioners of
Public Grounds and Buildings of the I
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Plans, specifications and bidding 1 1
blanks will be furnished prospective
bidders by applying to the Superin
tendent of Public Grounds and Build
ings, Capitol Building, Ilarrisburg.
Pennsylvania.
Proposals must be marked "PRO
POSAL FOR CONSTRUCTION OF
DWELLING MOUSE, UNION CITV,
PKNNB V LV \ NIA, on outside cover.
GEORGE A. SIIKEINER.
Superintendent.
L W. MITCHELL
Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF BRIDGE OFFICE OF BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC
GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS,
STATE CAPITOL BUILDING,
HARRISBURG, PA.
Seuled proposals will be received
by the Superintendent of Public
• ■rounds and Buildings at his office in
the Capitol Building, Ilarrisburg. Pa.,
until two CD o'clock P. M. January
14th, 1919, for furnishing all labor
and materials for the construction *
of n two-spun reinforced concrete
arch bridge over Penns Creek, at
Monroe Mills, Snyder County, Penn
sylvania, as Indicated fully in the
plans and specifications prepared by
G. A. Flink, of Harrisburg, Pennsyl
vania, Consulting Engineer for the
Hoard of Commissioners of Public
Grounds and Buildings of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania.
Plans, specifications and bidding
blanks will be furnished prospective
bidders by applying to the Superin
tendent or Public Grounds and Build
ings, Capitol Building, Uurrisburg,
Pennsylvania.
Proposals must be murked "PRO
POSAL FOR CONSTRUCTION OF .
PENNS CREEK BRIDGE" on outside
cover.
GEORGE A. SHREINER,
Superintendent.
L W. MITCHELL
Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF BRIDGE OFFICE OF HOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC
GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS, 1
STATE CAPITOL BUILDING, I.
HARRISBURG, PA.
Seuled proposals will be received
Iby the Superintendent of Public
; Grounds and liuildings ut his office in
llie Capitol Building, Ilarrisburg, Pa.,
I until two (2) o'clock P. M., January
l 14th, 1919, for furnishing all labor
, and materials for the erection of now
I piers and repairs to damaged piers of
i bridge over the North Branch of the
Susquehanna River, at LaceyvlUe,
I Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, as
i indicated fully in the plans and speci-
I tlcatlons prepared by William 11. Pax
| son, of Wiikesbarre, Pennsylvania,
| Consulting Engineer for the Board of
\ Commissioners of Public Grounds and
| Buildings of the Commonwealth of
i Pennsylvania.
; Plans , specifications and bidding
I ''Junks will be furnished prospective
bidders by applying to the Superin- * 1
! l? l Y?£. ,lt ot Public , Grounds an<l 5? 1 .1
Buildings, Capitol Building, Harris- I
; burg, Pennsylvania.
! , I'roposa's must be marked "PRO
; ™SAL FOR ERECTION OF PIERS
Oh LACEYVILLE BRIDGE" on out-
I side cover.
GEORGE A. SITHEINER.
IJ. W. MITCHELL. Superlntendent ' 1 J
Secretary.
i
In the Orphans' Court of Dauphin
County. Pennsylvania.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned. Administratrices of the
Estate of John F. Fasnacht. deceased,
have presented their Petition to the
above stated Court, and which Peti
tion is now on (lie in the Office of the
Clerk of said Court, praying for an
Order to sell at Private Sale, under
The Fiduciaries Act of 1917, P. L. 447.
to MAX SMEDTZ, of the City of Har
rlsburg, Pennsylvania, for the sum of
Nine Thousand One Hundred ($9,100.00)
Dollars, the following described Real
Estate, in said Petition marked
"TRACT NO. 2:"
ADD that certain piece of land,
situate in the Ninth Ward of the City
of Harrisburg, Dauphin County. Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as
follows to wit:
BEGINNING at a point on the north
side of Market Street, suid point be
ing Ninety-four Feet westwardiy
from Eleventh Street <now Cameron
Street); thence along Market Street
towards Ninth Street. Eighteen (18)
Feet, more or less, to a point on the
line of property, now or late, of An
drew 13. Potts; thence by the line of
said property und at right angles to
Market Street. One Hundred (100)
Feet to a point on a Ten Feet wide
alley; thence by a line parallel with
Market Street towards Eleventh
Street aforesaid, Eighteen (18) Feel,
more or less,* to the line of property e
formerly of Joseph I'otts, deceased;
and thence by said line One Hundred
(100) Feet to Market Street, the place
of BEGINNING.
The building thereon erected being
known as 1020 Market Street, llarrla
burrr, Pennsylvania.
For Title SEE DEED BOOK "Y."
VOU 10. PAGE 03. *
AND THAT the Orphans' Court of
said county has fixed MONDAY, JANU- |
ABY SIXTH. 1919. at 10 o'clock A. M..
at the Court House at Harrlsburg.
Pennsylvania, as the time and place
for Hearing and consideration of said
Petition, when and whero all parties
interested may appear and object to
said Private Sale for any or
Equitable grounds or on uccount of
the insufficiency of the price offered
for- the same.
ANNIE U FASNACHT,
EDNA MAY ANDERSON, •
Administratrices of the Estate of John
F. Fasnacht, deceased.
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