Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, February 13, 1919, Page 15, Image 15

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    CLASSIFIED AMEIIISIG SIIOLID FIND A BUI El Fill HAT CAR-FROMPTLT
SDeatbs
IH.4RT George Gerhart died on
'ednesdav. February 12, 1919, at
16 Harrisburg Hospital, aged 56 ,
>ars, 5 months and 15 days. I
uncial on Saturday, February 13.,
t 2 P. M., from his late residence.
16 Woodbine street. The relatives'
id friends are Invited to nttend
ithout further notice. Interment
rivate. I'axtang Cemetery.
fc'CH —• Mrs. Anna M. Hench, wife,
' Robert 1. Hencli. died Wednesday
orning. at 12:30, at her residence,
>42 South Seventeenth street, aged
years.
uueral services Friday afternoon.
2 o'clock, from her late residence,
ic Rev. J. A. Lyter officiating. In
rment I'axtang Cemetery.
OEtt Sue Mader. on Tuesday,
rbruary 11, 1919, at 2 A. M.
uneral on Friday afternoon, at 2
clock, from the home of her i
Other, Daniel Mader. Coxestown.
a. The relatives and friends are
vlted to attend without further;
Rice. Interment Coxestown Ceroe
r.v. •
IN' MKMOBIAM |
4 sad. but loving memory of our;
r mother, Mrs. James Douglass.
> departed this life one year ag.'i
lay, February 13, 1918. |
>p on, dear mother, and take thy ■
rest, . ...
loved thee well, God loved thee
best.
will be done—He doeth well,
how we nuss you no tongue can
tell.
HER CHIIJDREN.
LOST AND FOUND
OST Umbrella and a pair of
j.-rs in Post Office, Saturday even
pi. ase notify P. O. Box 565.
I)ST Silver handbag, between j
.on Hotel and Pennsylvania depot, i
uary 24. Reward for return to 103:
th street. ' 1
ouxn A small, black dog. ln
e 1192J Bell, or 213 Forster street.
INSTRUCTIONS !
■ DIVIDUAL PROMOTION In Gregg I
riband. Typewriting. English.
kkcepiug. penmanship. Arithmetic,
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL OPEN ,
„ YEAR. Enter any tUne. Bell'
Dial 4916. ■ i
iCKI r. v BUSINESS COLLEGE. ,
Mark-' St. Chaa. H. Beckley. I
HELP WAXTEI>—MAIJJ
•' LINOTYPE
OPERATORS
WANTED
We have positions for
four linotype operators
APPLY
HARRY A. FRY.
Telegraph Composing
Room.
WANTED
10 YOUNG MEN
For special subscription work J
in etty. Will pay liberal sal
ary and commission.
Apply
MR. YOUNG.
700 North Slxlh Street,
From 10 to 11 A. M.
•
j
SEVERAL SALESMEN
for door-to-door proposition.
Newspaper experience desir
able. Address
M.. (541.
Cart of Telegraph.
A local manufacturer has a
vacancy for a draftsman who
is accustomed to perspective
and conventional projection
drawings for illustrations.
Applications to be considered
must stale in first letter age,
nationality, details of previ
ous experience, education and
salary expected. Samples of
L v. rk which need not be re
timed will assist. Address
Box B, 6381, care of Tele
graph
'IRST-CLASS METAL WORKERS
NTED Accustomed to fend-r
■k for automobiles. Joseph J. Dor
n. Rosemont. Pa.
Y ANTED Experienced butcher
meat cutter. Apply 173 North!
,Nt street. Steelton, Pa. •
i'ANTED A good, reliable tnan.i
r CO years, for an established tea
I coffee route out of town. Mar
-1 man preferred. Apply Grand
on Tea Co., 208 North Second
set.
i'AXTKD First-class auto rne
nic, for new gaiage to open April
Good opportunity for right man.
Clark Zimmerman Auto Co., lfali
, Pa.
APAELE Applicants wanted to
e up training at once, without in
ference with present duties, for im
tant accounting positions, with
ge American Industries, Railroads,
bness Corporations. U. S. Govern
nt. Minimum salary, 81,800 per
r. Address Rox D. 7241, caro of
egraph.
iOVERNMENT will hold Railway
il Clerk examinations, Harrisburg,
l-ch 13. $92 month. Experience
lecessary. Men. 18 or over, riesir
clerkships, write for free particu
s, Raymond Terry (former Civil
vice Examiner), Continental Build
. Washington.
For Sale
Suburban Home
New, single. 2'3-story brick
ornor property, with fi rooms,
nth. pantry, uiul reception hall.
Icated by ik pipcless furnace.
Ightcti by electricity nnil gas.
ot 38x135 ft. 20 ft. rear drive
Ot 38x135 rt„ 20 ft. *0 OHO
Mr drive alley. Price wuluvU
Killer brothers & Co-
Krnl Ktntc
murine Suretr Itonda
l.orciM nnd ( our. iucU
Mtl 9+RN HHr. K<ml Hnnrtt
THURSDAY EVENING,
HELP WANTED —-MALI, 1
WANTED Night cashier. Apply
Davenport Lunch, 325 Market itreet.
j
HELP WANTED —FEMALE
TO THE GIRL OR WOMAN j
DESIRING PERMANENT
AND REGULAR EMPLOY
MENT. HERE IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY
We are needing Sewing
Machine operators, and can
assure regular work; the high
efficiency of our machines,
and our workrooms being
pleasant and cheerful, opera
tors can earn good wages. In
experienced operators are
paid while learning. A bonus
is paid to oil operators every
pay day.
BLOUGH MANUFACTURING CO..
Reily and Fulton Streets.
j
WANTED
Young woman experienced
proof-reader.
Apply
■SUPER INT END ENT.
Harrlsburg Telegraph.
WANTED Reliable," middle-aged
white woman for general housework.
Pleasant h(i\r anid good wages. Ap
ply No. 2337 North Second street.
WANTED Young, white girl to
assist with work and help with chil
dren. Apply No. 2337 North Second
street. i
"WANTED Woman for general
housework. Good wages and good
home. call at 3003 North Front
street. Take Riverside car and get
off at Academy. Call Bell phone
3 371 J.
PEACE WORK AT WAR PAY —j
Knit urgently needed socks for us on]
Auto Knitters. Experience unneces-j
sary. Full particulars. 3c stamp.
Department 146. Auto Knitter Co.. 5.1
Jefferson street. Buffalo, N. Y. I
WANTED Willing and capable!
woman to do the work for a small
family. Call Bell phone 672.\1.
WANTED —■ Colored woman, be
tween 50 and 60f years, for general
housework. No washing. _ UOud
home for right party. Call 3970 J.
WANTED • Young woman stenog
rapher. for general offlce work. Ad
dress. in own handwriting, stating ex
perience. reference and salary expect
ed. Stead v position for one who ran
qualify. Address "M.." care of Post
Offlce Box 399. Harrisburg, Pa.
WANTED By widower, a girl or
middle-aged woman, as housekeeper,
who wishes a home. Address J. H.
Gmgerich, 37 South Main street, Lew
istown. Pa.
WANTED Girl for typewriter
copy work and general office work.
Give references in reply. Apply L,
7244, care Of Harrisburg Telegraph.
WANTED Stenographer for gen
eral office work. State experience,
references and wages expected. Ap
ply N., 7265, care of Harrisburg Tele
graph.
WANTED Girl for general house
work in apartment. No washing.
Good wages. Apply Hanson. 7 South
Front street.
WANTED Experienced loopers.
Steady work. Good pay. Apply Har
ris Hosiery Co.. corner Calder and
Marion streets.
WANTED
MILT.INF.ItY APPRENTICES.
Pay while learning.
A ppl v
ASTRICH'P.
303 Market Street.
WANTED Middle-aged woman
for general housework. Small family.
No washing. References. Inquire
IVOS Bridge street, New Cumberland,
Pa.
YOU.Nvt WOMEN WANTED To
learn shoemaking. I.earners are well
paid and earn good wages when pro
ficient. Harrisburg Shoe Manufactur
ing Co.. 1402 Vernon street.
HELP WANTED—MaIe and Female
WANTED First-class taflor or
tailoress. Apply 921 North Sixth
street.
TURKISH BATH RUBBERS—MaIe j
and female. Apply Penn-Harris Turk- 1
ish Bath. RUSH Bldg.
S ITU ATI ON s \V A N TED—.MA IK
WANTED Position as *tono- :
grapher by young man at present \
t mployed, but wants to make a
ihangc; best of references. Address
Bex T. 6970, car< of Telegraph.
WANTED Work of any kind'
would prefer clerking, have had four
years' experience as timekeeper and
general office clerk with railroad
company. Address Box R, 7:140. care
of Telegraph.
WANTED Young man desires po
sition as dhauffeur; has had five years'
experience. Apply 244 Ridge street '
Steelton. Dial 1994.
WANTED Work of any kind, by j
young white man. Address Box R !
0966, car of Telegraph.
WANTED Man, 39 years of age '
wishes position as timekeeper, or'
clerk in office or store, or any posi-|
tion which offer* fchance for advance
ment; can furnish A 1 references. Ad
dress H., 1239 North Second street j
City.
STENOGRAPHER Young man 1
experienced, knowledge of bookkeep-l
ir.g. desires position; good references.
Address Box O, 6963, care of Tele
graph.
SITUATIONS WANTED—FemaIe
WANTED Position as house
keeper. in small, pritate family, by
refined, young white woman: can fur
nish best of references. Address Box
It, 6969, care of Telegraph.
WANTED A place as housed
kec-per for a small Tamily bv an ex
perienced woman; can give first-class
references. Address P. o. Box A. En
ola. Pa.
WANTED Woman desires posi
tion as companion to elderJv lady;
will assist with housework, best ref
erence. Address M.. 7249. care of
Telegraph.
WANTED Young woman wishes
position as housekeeper for a
widower; young man preferred, Ad
dress Box R. 6392, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young woman wishes
position doing clerical work; has had
previous experience. Address Box O,
6SII, core of Telegraph.
WANTED Young woman, with
spare time, desires employment even
ings, Saturday afternoons and Sun
days. if necessary. Appiy 143 South
Third street.
WANTED - Woman desires posi
tion caring for invAlid or nursing,
[Apply to 158 East Main street, Mid
uietown. Pa.
SITUATIONS WAN TED—Female
WANTED —■ By colored woman,
P r ffencral housework. Apply
10. North Ann street.
h'ANTED Young: woman desires
clerical work in ortlce; has four
experience; at present employ
edi hest „f references. Address Box
■V 19.1. care of Telegraph. i
WANTED
WANTED Refined woman to take
care of little girl three years old. for
two weeks. Will pay 12.£>0 a week
hoard. Apply 2502 Agate street.
WANTED Good home for a 10-1
year-old girl. Call at 25a SassaAras i
street.
ROOMS FOR RENT,
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; ull conveni
ences. Inquire 125 a Derry street.
FOR RENT Furnished, second
floor. hay-window room front, and
room facing liver. City steam, elec
tric light, shower hath and phone.
Centrally located. Gentlemen only.;
Address Box S, 7248, care of Tele
graph.
FOR RENT
nished rooms, on Wicond floor, with
use of hath. Hill section. No chil
dren. Bell 4965 J.
WELL-FURNISHED ROOM Next
to bath on second floor, in home with
all conveniences, including telephone;
10 minutes' walk from Square. Call
1173 Market street, or Bell phone
4575 J.
ROOM FOR RENT For lady or
gentleman; use of phone, and rent
very reasonable. Inquire 927 Grand
street. I
FTiK Rent Two unfurnished
rooms, for light housekeeping, all con
veniences; also one furnished room
for gentleman. References. Inquire
2039 North Fifth street. I
ROOM FOR RENT A large, new
ly-furnished room, with steam heat.'
electric lights, in a new up-to-date!
apartment. All bathroom facilities.
8 North Cameron. j
FOR RENT Nicely-furnished,
large, second floor front room; also
third floor room, furnished: gentle-!
men preferred. Inquire 253 North
street.
FOR RENT Unfurnished, small,
housekeeping apartment, 2 rooms.
Close to shops, works and market. ,
W ater ir kitchen, cabinet and range.
Strictly private. Inquire 429 Broad
street, 10-11 A. M.
FOR RENT
SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF
1' KICK BUILDING SITUATED AT
BROAD AND CURRANT STREETS.
2.70b SQUARE FEET ON EACH
FLOOR. SUITABLE FOR MANUFAC
TURING UK STORAGE PURPOSES.
WILL RENT SINGLY IF DESIRED.
CALL AT BROAD AND CURRANT
STREETS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms,
$2.50 per week and up; warm rooms,
running hot and cold water; light
housekeeping and private bath. Wil
son Apartments, No. 143 South Third.
FOR RENT Ona large bedroom, j
for gentlemen only. Kent reason
able. Apply 278 Briggs street.
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED Two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, by couple
and m o children References exchang
ed if desired. Box "B," 7045, care of
Telegraph.
TWO OR THREE FURNISHED
EGOMj?, for light housekeeping,
wanted for family of three, centrally
!ci<atea. Address Box 325-J, cure of
Telegraph.
WANTED—BOARD AND ROOMS
GIRL STUDENT Desires room
and hoard for work mornings and
evenings. Apply School of Commerce,
15 South Market Square. Both Phones.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
a
APARTMENT FOR RENT lll5
North Sixth street: 4 rooms and bath;
all modern conveniences. Inquire at
i above address.
FOR RENT Unfurnished apart
ment. all conveniences, suitable for
couple. Inquire 706 North Sixth
street.
APARTMENTS WANTED
WANTED, TO RENT Man and
wife, with no children, desire a seven
or nine—room house, with all conveni
ences. by April 1. Call Bell 292 K.
WANTED By a young, married
couple, four-room, unfurnished apart
ment and bath. No children. Good
i lccation. not central, and reasonable
distance to car line is desired. Can
I furnish good references. Address Box
j A, 7242. care of Telegraph.
READ ESTATE FOR SALE
NOW VACANT
For Hale, No. 1194 Bailey street. 3-
stcry biick, corner dwelling, 8 rooms,
and bath. Price, $2,400. A S3OO de-i
posit down, balance $25.00 monthly. I
-Must be sold to settle Estate.
No. 2204 Fifth street. Will be va
cated in a few days. Delightful home,
in refined section.. Price is right.
BACKENSTOSS BROS., Russ Bldg., j
Member Harrisburg Real Estate Board
i
HOUSES FOR SALE
Possession April 1. Price. Down. I
1008 N. Sixth $6,000 S6OO :
2427 N. Sixth ft.700 600 i
2137 N. X'ourth 3,200 490 !
2586 Agate 1,800 100 1
2336 Ellerslie 3,200 800 1
400 Muench 3.000 SO*!
417 Maclay 4,700 600
1032 S. Eleventh 2.700 400
2207 Logan 2,500 500
D. A. CAREY. 707 Kunkel Bldg.
Bell 589.
MACDAY ST., 417 —Desirable prop-I
ciay for sale. Possession April 1." 9;
rooms and bath. Other Improvements.
Front porch. D. A. Caley, Kunkel
Bldg. ,
FOR FADE Cheapest property in
city. 412 Hummel street; three-story
brick, all improvements, running to
paved alley in rear. Price. $2,800. J.
K. Kipp. 2203 North Fourth street.
FOR SALE —On easy terms, 2010
to 2018 Susquehanna street. Posses
sion on April 1. Apply A. P. Doranz,
1225 North Sixth.
FOR SALE Before buying a hums
look at 1326 Derry street. Brick
house of ten rooms and newly-equip
ped bath. Ten-foot side yard. Lot
extends 188 feet to Thompson avenue.
Inquire Chas. E. Booser, 19 South Sec
ond street, or on premises. Bell 1600.
FOR SALE Desirable frame
house, on Yale avenue, Camp Hill; 6
rooms; water In kitchen; lot, 148x120
ft deep; stable, 16x20 ft; chicken
house; pig stye: all kinds of fruit. In
quire of C. C. Walter. Box 124, Camp
11111. Pa.
j FOR SALE Pi ot ° r ground,
1' in Progress, with modern, seven-room
bungalow, with Improvements; two
largo chlckenhousos; fine location;
three minutes' walk to trolley. Ad
dress J. A. Biery, Progress, Pa.
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HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
FIND YOLK BUYER FOR TIIAT
USE.D ARTICLE through the class*
ilied. It can be done. It is being done
every day. Of course the article you
offer must be usable, of value not
mere junk. It it meets the test it has a
cash value, and you will find your
buyer at very little expense lor adver
tising.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SAI.E 1
IF IT'S REAL ESTATE.
SEE SANDER LIN.
I
Camp St.. No. 648 3-story brick, j
8 rooms and bath, all lniprui enieuls.
Can be bought same as rent.
S. Eighteenth St.. No. 333—3-story
brick, 9 rooms and bath, strain heat,
electric lights, a modern home. Right;
price to quick buyer.
New Cumberland Corner Fourth ;
and Geary Double frame; S rooms j
and bath on each side; all Improve- |
ments; new ly painted; can be bought ,
with a small amount of money; bal- ;
ance same as rent. . j
Seventeenth St., S., 532 3-story i
brick, 8 rooms, bath and laundry; all!
improvements; cement cellar; nice]
front porch; A 1 home.
Jefferson St., 2215 2-story brick.
8 rooms and bath: all Improvements;
front porch; drive way in tho rear.;
Very cozy home. Same as Kent.
Sixth St., X., 2631 3-story brick;
S rooms and bath; end house. Right
price to quick buyer. j
Steelton S. Second St., No. 320
3-story frame, 7 rooms, electric
lights and water. Good location. •
Same as rent.
Steelton. 322 S. Fourth St. Now
vacant. 3-story frame; 9 rooms, bath,
electric lights; lot. 125 ft. deep; in Al;
condition.
D. A. SANDERLIN,
ROOM 1. SECURITY TRUST BLDG.,
36 NORTH THIRD ST.
BELL 1390. DIAL 3573. j
SEVERAL
Fine suburban homes, all Improve
ments, stesin lieat, electric lights,
large lot (cottage style). Small
amount down.
Several small houses for sale or
exchange, paying 10 per cent,
clear. What have you to offer?
Two large lots at Bellevua for
sale. Very cheap.
Factory site for sale. One of the
best locations in the city. Kail
load siding on the grounds.
Up-to-date apartment house
for sale paying 12 per cent, clear.
Two houses in Enola. Steam
heat, electric lights. Business
place. y
Three-story brick, with store
room, on Market street near Thir
teenth street.
Houses of every description In
all parts of the city. Small
amount down.
Will take Ford Car or Liberty
Bonds as first payment on any of
the above 'properties mentioned.
SEVERAL LARGE FARMS
near Harrisburg. Will take city
property in trade.
C. H. CORDER,
1722 Green Street.
Bell 560 J.
POSSESSION AT ONCE Paxtang
Property 2 'a -story brick house, 7
rooms and baili. electric light and gas,
' ho! water heat, open stairway, also
I hack stairway. Lot. 30x120. An ideal
liotne. Call Bell 12M, or LniteiPllat
! stores.
STATE STREET. 1405 Property
for sale; nine rooms and bath; all
modern improvements. including;
steam heat; lot. 25x92, with drive al
ley. Pell Realty Co.. Bergner Build-1
in'g.
DERRY STREET. lOSSVi Brick
construction: ten rooms and bath; all
ether improvements; lot, .Ixloo, with
drive alley. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner!
Building. !
KHIOK AND STUCCO Dwelling
in uioverlv Heights; well finished;
hardwood floors; most modern im
provements: lot, 60x100, with gai age
on rear. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner
Building. " '
SECOND STREET. N-, 3214—Prop:
erty for sale; single house; brick con
struction; ten rooms and bath; all
modern improvements .including hot
water heat; lot. 52x150. Bell Realty
Company, Bergner Building.
THREE BRICK HOUSES FOR SALE
\t $5,000, being Nos. 1521-.3-26
Vernon street. Bell Realty Company.
Bergner Building.
FOP SALE No. 1617 State street.
Harrisburg, Pa. Apply Halter R.
Solm. Room 205 Commonwealth Trust
Building.
2810 AND 2842 MAIN ST., p EN _
BROOK—Fin® corner property. La, Ke
I lot. Possession soon. Right price,
i j,thniaii & Kilnginan, 8 North Alai -
| ket Square. •
TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE— AII!
'improvements, in , front porch;
bay window; nice yard to drive alleyM
ttoO down, balance as rent. Liberty
| Bonds ucct-pted.
c. H. CORDER.
!
1 >22 Green Street. Bell 660 J.!
I
BUY YOUR HOME on our rental
payment plan, femall cash or Liberty!
Bond first Pa>"> n , t required, balance
as rent. AAe have houses In every
part of the city and suburbs. Apply
A. P. Dorant. 1225 North Sixth street
Real Estate for Sole—Suburban
—— i
FOR SALE Double house. 12
rooms, good condition. Inquire' 291
Herman avenue, Lemoyne, Pa.
FOR SALE*— Most attractive West
Shore home. All modern conveniences.
Will seU at' a sacrifice. Call Bell
phene 3037 R.
1 Real Estate lor Sale or Exchange
WANTED— TO RENT ' j
We are haying a number of appll
! cations at this time for furnished I
: houses, apartments and rooms. What!
jdo you have to offer? Address MU
■ lor Brothers & Company, Locust and
ICourt streets.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
; FOR RENT 933 Susquehanna
street, 2'i-story brick building. sl4
I per month. Inquire 822 North Third
I Street. I
j REAL ESTATE—Eor Sale tir Rent |
] HOUSES AND GARAGES—At Fifth
i and Curtin Strtcts; possession of some
of the houses 011 thirty days* notioo.
• Fred C. Miller, ul North Second. Beij
! phone iIOTJ.
: 1
ItEAI. ESTATE WANTED ..
HOUSES WANTED !
I can sell your houses, any
kind, anywhere, so the price is ■
j right. Uive me a chance.
C. 11. CORDER,
1722 Green Street.
| Bell 5601. Rents Collected.
WANTED. TO RENT, FARM Best
lof references. Inquire John Lehman, j
j M.dilletown, Pa., or Bell phone 14R-3. ;
HOUSE WANTED Modern 7 or.
i S-room house, north of Walnut, be-1
i ween Fifteenth and Eighteenth
1 streets. Rent six months in nd- ;
vanee. Address L 7217, care of Tele-1
I graph.
READY CASH FOR CITY PROPERTY I
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER? 1
BELL AND DIAL PHONES. !
CHAS. ADLER, 1092 N. THIRD ST. !
—_____
: ' REAL ESTATE WANTED . 1
1 We have some ready purchasers for !
I Improved Real Estate. Let us know
| what you have to offer.
LINCOLN REALTY CO.
1129 North "Seventh Street.
• WANTED 6 or S-room house to!
rent, modern conveniences, in city or I
'vicinity. No children. Address Box i
I S, b'.<67. care of Telegraph.
j WANTED, fo RENT Man un,|
■ wife, no children, desire a small house I
(conveniences, on or before April '
I Address H. S. Peters, 532 South Sev
enteenth street. City.
Offices antl Storerooms For Rent ;
FOR RENT—The improved store-i
room at 24 North Third street—near
ly opposite Penn-Harris Hotel. Aloj
I offices in the same building. Apply
The William B. Schleisner Stores, 28-
130-22 North Third street.
j - 'I
MARKET ST. STORE
FDR RENT.
Beautiful Daylight Store,
581 Market Street.
CIIAS. ADLER,
4002 North Third Street.
j_
! 230 HAMILTON STREET Suitable
for barber, tailor, poolroom or cigar
'store. Clias. Adler, 1002 N. Third St.
FOR RENT —• Two rooms, suitable!
for offiifs. second floor rear No. ?'
North Third street. City steam and
electric light. Apply John T. Olm
sted, 7 North Third street, Second!
Floor Fiont.
FOR RENT Storeroom at 105
South Third strept. Inquire Gardner 1
A Baptist. Third and Chestnut
streets.
IAKMS
FARM—4B acres. 20 tons of hay, 15
tons of straw and cornfodder, good
building, new fences. Also from 3 to
161 acres. 107 Chestnut.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS j
LONG FLAME
FURNACE COAL.
J. R. MONTGOMERY,
JUST PHONE. .
I
POTATOES FOR SALE—Very ni;e
small ones for J 1.00 bushel .and
others at $1.50. Inquire 2203 North
Fourth street.
CIGARS Direct from Factory.
Spi elal limited offer. 50 cigars, post
paid. SI. Club of six for 50 each. $5,
postpaid. W. U. Snail, Red Lion, Pa.
l-'Of: SALE Reed baby carriage,
al>o gas range and Iron crib. In
quire 020 Oxford street.
FOR SALE Contents of five-room
housekeeping apartment, inquire 21
North Fifth street. Apartment 4. Bell
plume 469 W. No dealers.
FOR SALE
25 shares Birth of ltac.e... .$150.(10
100 ilarroun Motors 300.00
3,000 Hoffman Oil A Refining.. 350.00
A. !„ DEI BEL.
Boatmen's Bank Bldg.,
St. Louis'. Mo.
FOR SALE—Blacksmith and horse- ,
shoeing business. Full equipment of |
tools Good stock of shoes and other
supplies. Apply to Rutherford Bros.,
Paxtaug. Pa.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
The Store across front Y. W. C. A. ]
offers you the Biggest and Best Bar
gains in Men's and Boys* Suits. Over-,
coats. Mackinaw Coats, Underwear. |
Hats, Caps and Shoes. We are fam- i
ous for" Imw Prices. Give us a trial.
OUTLET CLOTHING CO., I
•3 North Fourth Street.
I'OK SALE—MISCELLANEOUS j
FOR SALE
Magazine for No. 1 Linotypes.
A rare bargain for a plant witn
a No. 1 machine.
Address
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING
COMPANY,
Harrisburg, Pa.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying
new and second-hand furniture here, j
High prices paid for furniture. Morris !
Sclunerlz, 1020 Market. Bell 3971 R.
FOR SALE
SMALL JOB PRINTING PLANT
1 Chandler &. Price job press—;
•lwse Bxl2.
1 Chandler & Price lever paper cut
ter.
lU-H.-P. motor.
1 electric embossing machine.
3 type cabinets, 103 type cases, 105
fonts type, etc.
All modern and in good condition.
Good opening for live, young printer.)
who will continue the business und;
enlarge plant. Or will sell to be I
shipped. Address
BOX C. LYKENS, PA.
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR !
CASH ALL MAKES RENTED i
EXCHANGED.
GEO. P. TILLOTSON,
205 LOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE I
ORPHEUM THEATER.
BOTH PHONES.
FOR SALE 2OO-TL-P. Automatic
engine, 25-k. w. belted generator, di
rect current, gasoline builder's hoist,
8U XlO Flory lioist, with boom
swinger and boiler: 1-yd. llav ward
(lam shell bucket," boiler feed pumps,
hot air pumping engine, 2-11.-P. gaso
line engine, 1-11.-P. motor A. C.
planer, drill press, milling machine,
power grindstone, leather belting,
large valves, Marathon Roadster. Ford
Delivery. 1". R. Igiverty, 1936 Briggs
street. Bell phone 1857.
FOR SALE Lester self-player
piano; also Dodge touring car, model
1915. Inquire 915 North Third street.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS
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HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID fori
Second-hand Furniture. Prompt at
tention. Newinark & Cown. 368 Broad 1
Street. Dial phone 4S2S.
WANTED Used Electric Player
Pluno .al once. Must be ( heap. Leba- ]
lion Klri trio Player Piano. 927 Cuiu- j
berland street, Lebanon, Pa.,
WANTED A second-hand roll-j
top desk. .Address Box K, 6968, care i
of Telegraph.
WAWED. TO BUY Wardrobe, in
good condition. Call Bell phone!
2 763 W. <
HIGHEST PRICES For ladies']
and men's cast off clothing and sltoes.
Write to AVeintraub, 626 llcrr street.
Dial 5177.
L. COHEN 51- COMPANY. York and
Ash avenues; Highest prices paid for
rags, paper, iron, barrels, rubber and!
metal and old machines. Send postal
or cull 3221W Bell and Dial 6225.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
kinds of empty barrels and junk. Call
Bell phono 4275. B. Abrams & Son,
824-832 North Seventh street.
WASTED
Second-hand motors. Small
sizes preferred.
Apply
FEDERAL MACHINE' SHOP.
Cranberry St., sear Second,
Harrisburg. Pa.
MAX SMRLTZ
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
Bell 1381 or Dial 5847, or drop a pos
tal to Max Smeltz, 1016 Market street.
Will call, city or country.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of Junk. Get our prices before
selling. Call Bell phone 936, or drop
us a postal and our wagon will call.
Keyston Iron & Metal Co., Broad and
Currant streets.
BUSINESS OPt'OKTUNITIES
RESTAURANT BUSINESS Locat
ed in Millersburg, near the station;
price and particulars from Bell Realty
Company, Bergner Building.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Estimates on jobbing. First-class
work. 11. W. Hummer, 1423 Liberty
street. Bell phone 4420.
FOR SALE Grocery, doing a
profitable business city J2,uof) popula
tion, Central Pennsylvania. Excellent
opportunity. low price to quick
buyer. Write at once for particulars.
Address Box R, 7941, care of Tele
graph.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
A LIVE, established business in
Harrisburg, which pays salary of SSO
a week to manager and over 15 per
cent, on $12,000 investmnt, will make
reasonable sacrifice to cash buyer.
Best reasons for sale. Satisfactory
local Bank reference. Address Box
S. 6964, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE —A 6-bottl Soda Foun
tain. suitable for a small business. A
good moneymaker. Call, or write, li.
B. Kline, 705 North Second street, liar
risburg. l'a.
FOR SALE Country Produce,
Fish and Oyster Business. Good lo
cation. Good-paying, caslt trade. Re
tiring from business, will sell cheap
to quick buyer. Address Box K, 7122.
care of Telegraph.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
A. DANE
New and eecond-hand furniture
bought and sold. Highest prices paid.
1022 Market street. Bell 4730 J.
FURNITURE. CARPETS. STOVES—
Bought and sold. S. Gold, 1014 Mar
INVENTORS FINANCED—Patents,
Automob'les, Motorcycles Bought.
Sold. Exchanged. Cash or commission.
Simon Horst, Linglestown, Pa.
UPHOLSTERING Of the best
kind. Work guaranteed. We call and
deliver. 308 Broad street. Dial phone
4826.
FURNITURE CRATED And
china packed for shipping. Also re
pairing. J. A. Bishop. 1736 Logan St.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
Single edge. 25c doz; double edge. 35c
doz; razors. 25c. Gorges' Drug Store.
DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. H.
Caplan Co.. 206 Market street.
QNINiNE—Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to catch you this
changeable Weather. OUR LAXATIVE
PHOSPHO-QUININE will stave it off
if taken in time. Gross Drug Store,
119 Market street.
Money to Loan
WIIEN YOU NEED MONEY
to meet immediate necessities, always
consult this reliable, licensed, bonded
institution, chartered under Pennsyl
vania laws and financed by local peo
ple in 1909 to save borrowers from ex
tortion.
Co-Operative Ian A Investment Co.,
204 Chestnut Street.
WE LEND MONEY In compliance
with Act of June 17. 1915. to Individu
als in need of ready cash: small loans
a specialty, business confidential, pay
ments to suit borrower's convenience,
positively lowest rates In city.
PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO.
432 Walnut Street.
FEBRUARY 13, 1919.
Money to Loan
MONEY
If you are pressed for ready
cash to nWt any emergency. i
call to see us. We lend money
in compliance with tho laws i
of the State.
EMPLOYES' TiOAN' SOCIETY,
ROOM 206 BKRGNER BLDG., I
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS. j
LICENSED AND BONDED BY STATE, j
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Musical
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
carefully repaired by an expert only.
OYLKR'S. 14 South Fourth street.
FOR SALE Piano of the highest ]
grade. Will sell cheap for cash. Ad-!
dress Box H, 7825, care of Tele- ,
graph. ,
IF your Talking Machine needs re
pairs. just call Bell Plioue 5242 J. An
expert will bo nt your service at once.
Or bring machine to 1213 North Third
street.
HAULING AND MOVIN'Q
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AUTO HAULING —Local or long
distance. Furniture and piano moving j
a specialty. Blue Line Transfer, 917
Capital street. Both phones.
FOR HIRE —Two-ton auto truck.'
Apply 1108 South Ninth street. -Bell ;
phone 2455 R.
HEAVY HAULING—FuIIy equipped
for furniture, freight and piano mov
ing. No distance too far. Careful
driver. Rain- and dustproof body. J.
K. Grubber's Truck Service, Irwin
Aungsl. manager, llershey. Pa. Bell
phono 15116.
LOCAL AND IiONG-DISTANCE
H A CLING — ; Furniture moving.
Prompt service. Ernest Corbin, 656
Calder street. Both phones. Bell
5636 J. Dial 3083.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE Local
and long distance. F. J. Marter, Bell
! 39-J, Steelton.
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AUTO HAULING Local and long
distance. Furniture moving a spe
cialty. Rates reasonable. Prompt
i service. Call Bell 623 J.
I.OCAL AND LONG-DISTANCE
HAULING Prompt service. A. & 14.
Motor Express, 917 Capital street. Bell
phone 1635 J.
I GENERAL HAULING AND FAST
I EXPRESS SERVICE to nearby towns
j with auto trucks. Only experienced
i and careful drivers. Call Bell 332u,
or Dial 2265.
HICKS • local and long-distance
hauling and storage. 424 Reily. Both
phones.
AFT. kinds of hauling
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AND MOVING DONE
; CONRAD BROS., 341 KELKER ST.
BELL PHONE 623 W.
DIAL PHONE 3518.
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WHERE TO DINE
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
STOUFFER'S RESTAUR ANT— Home
cooking served to Businessmen and
laidies in separate diningrooms.
STORAGE
STORAGE —419 Broad street, house
hold goods. merchandise. Private
rooms at reasonable rates. Also haul
ing of all kinds. D. Cooper & Co.
Both Phones.
STORAGE—In brick building, rear
408 Market. Household goods in clean,
private rooms. Reasonable rates, p.
G. J>iener, 498 Market street.
STORAGE Private rooms for
household goods in fireproof ware
house. $3 per month and up. Lower
storage rates in non-llreproof ware
house. Harrisburg Storage Co., 437-
445 South Second street.
UNDERTAKERS
SAMUEL S. FA LUC LE it.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
1312 Dorry St.
B.SLL 1966. DIAL 2182.
! RUDOLTH IC. SPICER,
I Funeral Director and Embalmcr,
511 North Second Street.
! BELL 252. DIAL 2145.
CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE
PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY
Beautifully situated on Market street
east ot Twenty-sixth, and on the
north and east faces the new park
way. Tho prices of lots are moder
ate. Miller Bros. & Co., Agents.
Cleaners and Dyers
IT PAYS to have Clothes Cleaned.
Pressed. Dyed or Repaired at the best
place In town. Call and deliver.
Goodman's, 1306 M North Sixth. Both
Phones.
AUTOMOBILES
OVERLAND
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
We are still continuing our
"February Clearance Sale."
Several more cars have
been added to our stock. Some
have been overhauled and re
painted in our shops. The
following are especially good
values:
Dodge Touring, S-passenger.
Maxwell Touring, 6-passen
ger.
Overland "4" Touring. 5-
passenger, equipped with Sil
vertown Cord tires. Refinish- •
ed and completely overhauled.
Willys-Knight, "-passenger
touring, reflnislied. looks like
a new car and is mechanically
perfect, carrying new car
guarantee.
Chandler Coupe, latest
model, equpipped with Silver
town Cord tires. Reyarnish
ed. Mechanically fine, bear
ing new car guarantee. A
"Pedigreed" car.
2 Ford Tourings, both In
fair condition.
Convenient time payments
can be arranged.
' open Evenings. Both Phones.
THE dVERIIAND-HARRISBURG CO..
212-14 North Second Street.
BETTER SITUATIONS WANTED
This column thas two objects: First, to help men and women who arc
now employed to secure better positions; second, to pnt employers In direct
touch with an ambitious class of workers.
STENOGRAPHER With Ave I position. Available immcdlatalr. Ad*
g ears'' experience, desires permanent J dress S.. 7243, care of Telegraph.
AUTOMOBILES
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TOU TAN BUY A i
REBUILT TRUCK
ON CONVENIENT MONTHLY
PAYMENTS j
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114 and 1-ton Garfordiv 1
chassis only or equipped with
express or dump bodies.
IM-IH-SU an l'A-*on
Beihlehems, with or without
bodies. j j
Light delivery wagons. In- I
eluding Buieks, Overlands
ami Vims. j
THE OVERLAND-HARRISBURG CO.*.
Open Evenings,
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212-214 North Second St. Both Phones.'
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Sl'iD AN, CHEVROLET New Ills*
li-passenger, 490 model, fully equipped.
Run only 1,100 miles. Bur Bottling
Work. 920 Market street.
I HAVE TWO CARS, but will M ||i
one 6-passenger touring car for half
piice, as 1 have no use for two. Ad
dress N., 7!4u, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE
One 1919 brand-new 7-passenger Pear-i
less Car. Will accept Liberty Bonds
as part, payment.
Bell Phone 14—Steelton.
FOR SALE Maxwell. 5-panaeamr
touring car, 1919 model.- Run LJOO
miles. Bargain for cash. In splendid
condition. All good tires, with two
spare ones. Will demonstrate. Ad
dress Box R, 6965, care of Telegraph.
FOR SALE Brand-new Reo
Touring Car, 6-cylinder, with all ex
tras. Inquire 1333 North Seeond.
street.
AUTOS FOR HIRE
CITY GARAGE
116 STRAWBERRY ST.
New Ave and seven-passenger
cars for business or pleasura
at all hours.
BELL 2360. DIAL <Bl4.
I . OLD AUTOS
.Wanted; used, wrecked or oldttmers,
I in any condition. See me before aac
| rificing elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
Wrecking, A. Schilfman, 22, 24. 26
; North Cameron street. Bell 3633.
I ONE NEW CONESTOGA TRUCK—
I Covered body; 1,000 tbs. capacity; a
' bargain. Inquire of Philadelphia
i Qulclc Lunch.
FOR SALE "
i 1917 Reo, 6-passenger. . ' -
1918 Dodge, b-passenger.
| 1912 Stanley Steamer. ' < "p;wr
i Ford Runabout. "i f
i Ford Light Delivery. ,f
SIBLE'S GARAGE.
301 Cumberland Street.
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AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
E. W. GIEGER
has opened the
I FEDERAL AUTO REPAIR SHOP.
Court and Cranberry Sta. ;
(Rear of Orpheum) A j
All makes of cars Repaired. j"<
Ford a specialty.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. ,
1917 FORD CARS Touring!
I 1386.00. *,
I llarley-Daviaon Twin, with eldecar.
i 1260.00.
i Get acquainted with me. Save
money on any used machine wanted.
i Simon Hoist, Linglestown, Fa.
KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO.
All sorts ot auto top and cuihion
work done by expert*; also repair
work. Reasonable rates. 72-78 South
Cameron street.
TO. PENN GARAGE
204-8 Muench street. Limousines for
funeral parties and balls; oareful
drivers; open day and night. Bell
4564.
SUNSHINE GARAGE Auto re
pairing by an expert. Road Jobs &
specialty. Charges reasonable. Both
Phones. Sunshine Garage. 27 Norm
Cameron street.
SECOND-HAND TRUCKS and pleas
ure cars for sale. Ford tou trucks.
Auto-Car 2-ton trucks and one 7-
passenger Haynes Touring Car. All
cheap to quick buyers. International
Harvester Co. Truck Department. No.
619 Walnut street.
WANTED All kinds of used auto
tires. We pay highest cash prices.
No junk. H. Esterbrook, 912 North
Third street. Dial 4990.
GARAGES
ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS
WELDING, AUTO AND MACHINE
PARTS
Frames Straightened and welded.
Heavy Cast Iron Our Specialty.
Expert Welders. Work Guaranteed.
CAPITAL CITY WELDING CO..
153s Logan St.
BELL 4396 J.
AUTO RADIATORS of all kind* re
paired by specialists. Also fenders,
lamps, etc. Best service in town. Hsr
risburg Auto Radiator Works. 80S
North Third street.
AUTO TIRE BARGAINS
30x314 114.72
31x4 22.68
32x3)4 17.28
32x4 23.00
34x4 26.00
36x4)4 27.50
35x5 15.00
32x3 12.56
DAYTON CYCLE CO.,
912 North Third Street.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
BICYCLE REPAIRING
BY AN EXPERT.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
DORY SHANER,
WITH f
ANDREW REDMOND, 1
1507 NORTH THIRD ST.
MAGNETOS All types; 4 and •
Bosch high tension, Elshmann, Dlxey,
Splltdorf, M<a, Remy and different
makes of coils, carburetor*, etc. A,
Sohiffman. 22-24-26 North Cameron
stteet. Bell 3633.
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PUBLIC SALE
PUBLIC SALE
of an unusually attractive home, situ
ated on Front Street, in Boiling
Springs, Cumberland County; Ideally
located on high ground, with beauti- .
ful surroundings and commanding an
extensive view of the Lake; slzo ot
lot. 162 feet by 160 feet; brick dwell
ing house, having 8 large rooms, cen
ter hall and open lire places; good
stable, etc. Convenient to railroad,
trolley, church and school. This is a
\orv desirable home and will make a
comfortable suburban residence.
Sale on the premises on Saturday.
February 15, 1919, at 3 P. M.
ROBERT W. PEFFER,
Executor of Anna Kaufman, da
ceased.
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