Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, February 28, 1919, Page 20, Image 20

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TIE HOME HUNTERS HE f 4TCIIG TIE MIL ESTATE ANB RENTING ADS
Deaths
HUNTER Robert Hunter died pud"
denly Friday. February 28, at lb
A. M., at the residence of his son- .
iu-law f U. S. Warsel, at llollidays
liurg. , , ,
Funeral arrangements will be given
later. _____
Mission Alice It. Musser. widow
ot the late J. 11. Musser, died reo
ruary 27. 1919. .
Funeral from her late residence.
213 North Second street, at 1:3"
I'. M.. Monday. March 3. 1919.
SMITH —On February 2G, 1919, Ira K.
Smith, aged 32 years.
Funeral on Saturday afternoon, ai
2 o'clock, from his late residence.
•JOG Hamilton street. The relatives
and friends are invited to' attend
.without further notice. Interment
Kast llarrisburg Cemetery. |
HECK John It. Heck died yester- ;
day morning at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Lydia Hoffman, aged ,
G.S years. , „
Funeral services Saturday after
noon, at 1 o'clock, at ihe home of his
daughter. Mis. William Berry, 44b:
South Fourteenth street, the Rev.
Mr. Vales ofHciating. Further ser- ;
vices in the Brick Church at J .nola. |
at 2 o'clock. Interment in Enolu,
Cemetery. Relatives and friends in-j
vited to attend without further no
tice.
I.OORKK Edward Looker died Feb-i
ruary 26. 1919. , .... , I
Funeral Saturday, March 1. IDla -,5., I
2 T'. M.. from liis late residence, .20 |
North Fourteenth street. Relatives'
end friends invited. Interment ptl-|
Natc -
LOST AND FOUND
T.OST Elk tooth charm, No. 12. i
Initials C. S. Reward if returned to!
200 Market street.
LOST Male Fox Terrier, white
with Hack spots, all black face.
Answers to name of .limps. Reward
i: returned to 1831 Berryhiil street. i
INSTRUCTIONS '
""INDIVIDUAL PROMOTION in Gregg
Shorthand. Typewriting. English.,
Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic, j
etc. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL, OPEN
Al.l, YEAR. Enter any time. Bell
125, Dial 401 G. ,
BUCKLEY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
121 Market St. Chas. R. Beckley. j
HELP \VANTKD —MALE
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THE OVERLAND-lIAR- ;
RISBURG CO. REQUIRE .
THE SERVICES OE I
TWO AUTOMOBILE
SALESMEN. APPLY BY
LETTER TO MR. HAN
SON, STATING AGE
AND EXPERIENCE.
ALL COMMUNICA
TIONS WILL BE HELD
STRICTLY CONFIDEN
TIAL.
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FIVE MEN
FOR SPECIAL SUBSCRIP- |
TION CAMPAIGN.
WILL PAY SAT-ARY AND
COMMISSION.
APPLY TO
MR. YOUNG.
721 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
BETWEEN 7 AND S P. M.
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WANTED
Ten or twelve first-class automobile!
mechanics, by a good, old. reliable'
automobile and truck concern of Har-I
rlsburg. Good salary paid and guar
anteed work for one year to reliable |
men. Only men who are willing to;
take part interest in the firm by in-'
vesting SSOO to SI,OOO at a guaranteed i
G per cent, dividend paid monthly,
need apply.
G.. 0982. CARE OF TELEGRAPH. [
WANTED General blacksmith for j
quarry. Must understand dressing]
steel and shoeing horses. Also me
chanic. with machinist's abilities, to,
take charge of machinery of large j
lime plant. W. B. Devaney, Malvern, i
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A LARGE CORPORATION desires!
the services of a young man, eighteen '
or twenty years of age, who has had I
experience as u stenographer and can j
as.-isr in bookkeeping. In your replv,
give experience you have had and sal-!
ary wanted. Address Stenographer, I
care of Telegraph.
YOL'NG MEN, IS and over, desiring)
Railway Mail and Post Office clerk- '
ships, $92 month, write for free par- I
Oculars of March examinations. Rav- I
moiul Terry (former Civil Service Ex- j
sminer). Continental Building, Wash-i
inglon.
SALESMEN - if you are now sell
ing auto or truck accessories direct to
owner, you can sell our device that
costs $1" and nets you $3. One man I
sold 1.300 In one month, another aver
aged sll per day. Address, with ref
erences, Fetters, Lincoln Bldg., Phila
delphia, Pa.
REAL ESTATE
No. 1)20 N. Eighteenth St.
Three-story brick house 8
rooms and bath gas and elec
tricity steam heat—drive alley.
Price 91250
No. lIKI N. Fourteenth St.
2Mi-story brick and stucco house
—9 rooms, bath, pantry, and out
kitchen electricity steam
heat —drive alley. Price .. 93000
2)4 Crescent St.
Three-story brick house 8
rooms and bath furnace gas.
Lot. 18.4x160 ft. Price .... $4,000
No. 1522 State St.
Three-story brick house 9
rooms and bath gas and elec
tricity steam heat. Lot 20x150
ft. drive alley. Price .... 94,500
Miller Brothers & Co.
Itenl Estate
Insurance Surety Bonds
Locust nntl Court Streets
Members libs. Hrul Estate Board
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FRIDAY EVENING. HARAiflßtlttO *&&&& TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 28, 1919.
HELP WANTED—MALL |
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1 WANTED—
First-class boring mill,
,i lathe, drill press and planer
hands. Highest wages paid:
for lirst-class men. No i
labor troubles. Plant sit- i
uated in the Cumberland \
'} Valley. Cheap boarding |
and rent.
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I Chambersburg Engineering Co., j
Chambersburg, Pa.
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ELECTRICIANS
.—for inside work, state qualifi
jcations and furnish references;
l none but sober, industrious men
I need apply. CHAMBERS
BURG ELECTRIC SERVICE
! COMPANY, CHAMBERS-
I BURG, PA.
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WANTED
j Experienced delivery man, for
| city and nearby town.
Apply, with references,
CIRCULATION DEPT..
llarrisburg Telegraph.
MEN lf you would like to secure
a high--grade sales position and wil
jling to follow our instructions, write,
in confidence, to Box W. 6543, care of
j Telegraph. Previous experience not
I essential.
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WAN'IED Experienced porter.]
•Good wages. Appjy Alva Restaurant,
it' soutl. Fourth street.
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WANTICD isaborers. Apply at!
once. Paxtang; Quarries, Paxtang,
1 a. i
HELP WANXED—FEMALE j
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WANTED
\Y man stenographer. One j
N who can assist in general
oitiee work. Permanent ponl
f non. Address, stating a®e
and references, to
P. O. BOX 87,
llarrisburg, l a.
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WHITE GIRL— To assist in house- j
work and care of children in small I
tamily. No washing. Good wages. Al
splendid proposition will he offered a.
capable and reliable girl who will ap
preciate the situation. Address 3316;
tirisban street, Paxtang, or call Belli
phone 2386 K.
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WANTED
| Reliable, middle-aged, white woman. ;
j for general housework, in family ot j
j three adults. Good wages and pleas-I
tint home. Address
! BOX Z. '."11, CAKE OF TELEGRAPH, j
WANTED White girl for nurse!
i girl. Must bo over 16 years. Apply i
j . South Front street, Apartment 14. !
' WANTED Experienced chamber- !
] maid, from 12:30 to 5 P. M. Apply 113:
j i.ocust street.
j WANTED Experienced house-'
|l;eepei. Good wages. Apply at Alva j
.Restaurant, 19 South Fourth street.
WANTED Woman to act asj
I heusekeeper at the Dauphin County |
I Almshouse. Apply J. W. Early, Slew-:
i urd, or P. O. Box 286.
j WANTED Woman for general j
housewotft. Call at 101 South street.]
) MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTED |
—For general housework. Apply 1822'
j North Second.
j' WANTED Reliable woman for 1
; general housework, in New Cumber
land. Light work. Good position for
right party. Cull F. Bryan. Bell
I 4z2'.', Dial 4531 or residence 5666.
WANTED Middle-aged woman!
I for geiteial housework. Small family.
INo washing. References. inquire i
t lt'uS BriUge street. New Cumberland, i
j Pa.
' WANTED Experienced bo ok-!
i keeper. Apply at once at 1012 Herri
j street. j
AGENTS WANTED I
AGENTS WANTED Boys, girls,!
anyboa}. to bring me safety razor i
| blades to be sharpened. 25c dozen,!
j single rag r; 35c dozen, double edge.!;
I Good commission paid, fall Saturday)
! afternoon, I to 5, and Monday after"-'
Ltto'on, I io 8, Third und Cumberland]
j Barber Shop.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE 1
: WANTED Voting, married man, I
I 22 years old, with three years' experi
lence as teacher in public school, wants!
] position as clerk; can furnish refer-!
| enee. Address Box B, 6998, care of!
II Telegraph.
! MAN Of clerical ability,
] position for Fridays antl Saturdays.!
] Apply M.. 6990, care of Telegraph. |
! WANTED By reliable, married
man, work of most any kind. Address'
Box 15, 661-1, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young man desires po-j
silion as chauffeur for private family
lor light delivery car. Address Si
6993, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Situation as bread!
salesman or work of any kind; Al
reference Iront last employer. ' For
, appolnmcnt, cull Bell 393111.
WANTED Young man, 22 years
ot age, desires a position as clerk in
grocery store; can furnish best of
reference. Address N., 6992, earo of
Telegraph.
SITUATIONS \vANTED—Female
WANTED Woman wishes wash
ing and ironing to do at home. Ap
ply 1316 Penn stieet.
WANTED Nursing, by young
woman. Call, or address, 1832' Wal
lace street.
WANTED Young woman desires
position as stenographer. Address Box
N. 6127, care of Telegraph.
YOUNG WOMAN Desires position
as telephone operator, or as clerk; has
had experience. Address Box M, 6999
cure of Telegraph.
WANTED Washing and ironing
by reliable white woman. Inquire
152S Thompson street.
WANTED Washing to do at
home; no ironing. Call, or write, 2218
i Atlus street. ,
| SITUATIONS WANTED —Female
! WANTED Position by young
i woman evenings. Saturday afternoons
' and Sunday, if necessary. Apply K.,
I 6995, care of Telegraph.
WANTED Young woman desires
position for general office work; have
had experience in bookkeeping, also
typewriting. Address Box N, 6997,
care of Telegraph.
j WANTED A college graduate,
' who has hud experience In high school
j and academic teaching, would like to
tutor or be a companion with a child
or children several hours every day.
State what price you are willing to
pay. Apply to M., 6613, care of Tele
j graph.
j ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Large, well-furnish
ed rooms. Inquire 113 I.ocust street.
FURNISHED ROOM Second floor;
city steam heat. Bell phone 466 R.
j FOR RENT—Two rooms, completely
I furnished for light housekeeping. Call
]1669 Derry street, after 6 P. M.
j FOR RENT Two unfurnished
rooms, on third floor, suitable for
light housekeeping; corner house; ail
conveniences, including use of phone;
references; no children. Address Box
N, 1729, care of Telegraph.
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms
on second tloor, for light housekeep
ing; all conveniences; corner house;
no children. Address Box A, 66J5,
care of Telegraph.
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT Fur
nished or unfurnished, for light
lionet keeping, with steum heat, elec
tric lights, bath and phone, in small
family Apply L., 6994, care of Tele
| graph.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms and bath, in finest residential
section of city; rent reasonable. Ad
dress R„ 7321, care ot Telegraph.
i FOR RENT One furnished room,
or two rooms, for light housekeep
ing. Address X., 6991. care of Tele
graph. _
FOR RENT Furnished front
room; city steam heat, electric lights
and gas. Inquire 28 South Third
street, Third Floor 1 Apartment.
FOR RENT Furnished, second
floor, bay-window room front, and
room fating river. City steam, elec
tric light, shower bath and phone.
Centrally located. Gentlemen only.
I Address Box S, 7218. care of Telu
| graph.
i FOR RENT Elegantly-furnished j
j rooms. single or en-suite, both
'phones; electricity, steam lieat and
i bath; no light housekeeping. (Jail Bell
I phone 624
FOR RENT • Furnished rooms,
$2.50 per week and up; warm rooms,
] running hot and cold water; light •
] housekeeping and private bath. Wit- ;
j son Apartments, No. 143 South Third.
FOR RENT One large bedroom,
for gentlemen only. Rent reason- ;
able. Apply 276 Driggs street.
ROOMS WANTED
WANTED By ntan and wife, a
six-room house with improvements,!
or a five-room apartment, unfurnish
ed. April 1. Bell phone 3965 R.
WANTED—HOARD AND ROOMS
WANTED Room and board, in
private family, by refined young wo
man. Will furnish reference. llill
section preferred. Address M. 1. H.,
!'. O. Box 121, llarrisburg. Pa.
REAL ESTATE FOE SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
Vacant 2-story briek, all improve
ments, porch front, drive alley, easy
(terms, on Hill; 10 minutes' walk to
station. i
; Vacant, 9 rooms, porch front, side
yard, bay windows, room for garage,
j steam heat, electricity and gas.
; Vacant, 10 rooms, porches, steam
i heat, electricity and gas. hardwood
tloors, side und back yard, at New
! Cumberland
! Possession April 1, 2-story brick,
! corner, room for garage, front porcn,
i all improvements.
, Possession April 1, single 3-story
' frame, corner, steam heat, electricity
! and gas, front porch, garage in rear.
j 3-story brick. Market St $4,00
3-story briek. Market St 5,500
! 3-story brick. Crescent St 3,800 !
j 3-story brick, Swatara St 3,400
I 3-story brick, Regina St 3,500
! 3-story brick, Berryhiil St 3,000
1 3-story brick, Walnut St 3,000
3-story brick. S. Eighteenth St.. 4,500
3-story brick, State St 4,400
13-story brick. Sixth St 4,600
i 3-story briek. Green St 5,000
I 3-story brick. Briggs St 4.500
'2-story brick, S. Fifteenth St... 2,800
: 2-story brick. Kensington St... 2,500
■ 2-story brick, Catherine St 2,700
2-slory brick. Disbrow St 2,300
i 2-story brick. Crescent St 2,600
12%-story briek, Summit St ",5001
i 2 Ms-story brick, Ross St 2,500 !
214-story bungalow, Schuylkill
St 2,500
]2V4-story frame. West Fairview 1.200
I Several fine suburban homes, in one
! ear fare, steam heat, electric lights,
y, to 1-acre land, all improvements.
] practically new homes.
, Several small Farms from 3 to 30
' acres, near city. ,
C. 11. CORDER.
1 722 Green Street.
I Bell SCOJ. Rents Collected.
TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE All
i improvements: in city; front porch;
bay window: nice yard to drive alley
:SIUO down, balance as rent. Liberty
j Bonds accepted.
C. H. CORDER
[ 1722 Green Street. Bell 560-J.
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! FOR SALE 5-roomed, 1%-story
bungalow; all conveniences; big gar
jden; corner property; garage; laundry
in cellar. Dial. Meehanicsburg, 153 W.
i FOR SALE— Single brick house on'
the Hill, 8 rooms, bath, porches
pantry, room for garage, Liberty
! Bonds accepted, on easy terms. Dial
' 5081.
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I FOR SALE l;>22 Swatara street
3-story brick. 8 rooms and bath ail
other improvements, side entrance ■
Price very reasonable. Bell Realty Co'
j Uergner Building.
, SEVERAL ROUSES FOR SALE ON
EASY TERMS —Brick construction
all modern improvements. Including
Steal" heat; price, $3,400. Bell Realty
Co., Bergncr Building.
VACANT RESIDENCE FOR SALE
Brick and stucco; nine rooms and
bath, gas, electric light, steam heat
three open fireplaces, hardwood floors-'
lot, CCxlOO: garage on rear. Price
$C.."00. 13c 11 Kcalty Go., Ccrgnor
Building.
VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICK on No
tSOS North Sixth street and two smali
houses on the rear—lot, 20x165. Rent
$32 per month. Price, only $3,009'
Bell Realty Co.. Bergncr Building. '
FOR SALE No, 1832 Park street
thrtc-Btory brick all modern Im
provements lot, 17x110 to drive al
ley. Bell Realty Co., Bergner Buifd
ing.
" VACANT HOUSE FOR SALE
Xc 2316 Penn street, brick construc
tion, 6 rooms nnd bath, steam heat
gas and electric light, concrete front
porch, side entrance. Price, $::.100.00.
Easy terms. Bell Realty Co.. Bergner
Bu i id 1 tig.
FOR SALE Most attractive West
Shore home All modern conveniences.
Will so" a sacrifice. Call Bell
phene 3037 R. (
S THE WRITER OF AN IM
yg PORTANT CLASSIFIED AD will
&P r have more readers 011 the day it is
Dy published than Shakespeare, Browning
m and Kipling combined in this city. He
will have to be content with a pass
ing popularity, of course—but for the
bp hour and the day he has a real follow
yp! ing. And of course this means that
IE h e accomplishes the thing which he
Hy set about accomplishing.
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HEAL ESTATE L'OK SALE 1
IF IT'S REAL ESTATE,
SEE SANDER LIN.
IF YOU FIGURE ON MOVING BY
APRIL 1. PICK YOUR HOME NOW
—FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST:
Fulton St 1625, 2 1 ,i-story frame
Jefferson St 2215, 2-story brick
Jefferson St 2139, 3-story brick
Wlconisco St. ... 623, 3-story brick
Wlconisco St. ... 625, 3-story brick
Wlconisco St. ... 627, 3-story brick
Wlconisco St. ... 629, 3-story brick
Wlconisco St. ... 631, 3-story brick
Camp St 648, 3-story briclt
Camp st 659, 3-story brick
Schuylkill St. ... 618, 3-story brick
Schuylkill St. ... 620, 3-story brick
Schuylkill St. ... 622, 3-story brick
Schuylkill St. ... 624, 3-story brick
Schuylkill St. ... 626, 3-story brick
Schuylkill St. ... 628, 3-svory brick
N. Sixth St 2631, 3-story brick
N. Sixth St 2633, 8-story-brick
N. Fourth St. ...2129, 3-story brick
N. Twelfth St. .. 68, 3-story frame
State St 1131, 3-story stucco
Swatara St 1856, 2',2-story frame
Muench St 616. 3-story brick
Mahantongo St. . 616, 3-story brick
Mahanlcmgo St. . 618, 3-story brick
Mahantongo St. . 629, 3-story brick
S. 18th St 353, 3-story brick
S. 18th St 355, 3-story brick
Curtin St 519 3-slory brick
STEELTON
S. Fourth St. ... 320, 3-story frame
S. Fourth St. ... 322, 3-story frame
>. Second St. ... 320. 3-story frame
ANY OF THESE PROPERTIES
CAN BE BOUGHT UN OUR EASY
PAYMENT PLAN SMALL
AMOUNT DOWN. BALANCE IN
MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
I>. ASA SANDERLIN,
ROOM 1, SECURITY TRUST BLDG..
36 N. THIRD ST.
BELL PHONE 1390. DIAL 3573.
POSSESSION SOON
FOR SALE
1331 N. Second, 3-st. brick $2,709
1630 N. Sixth, apartment and
store $5,000
2142 N. Sixth, 3-st. brick with
1 ear driveway $3,500
602 N. Seventeenth. 3-st. brick.s4,Boo
95? S. 21st. 2%-st. frame SI,BOO
635 Camp. 3-st. brick $3,000
425 Hamilton, 3-st. brick $3,500
2306 Jefferson, 3-st. brick $2,700
630 Muench, 3-st. brick....... .$3,200
135 Royal Terrace, 2-st. brick.s3,ooo
1128 Wallace, 3-st. brick $2,100
220 Woodbine, 3-st. brick $6,300
NOW VACANT.
2140 N. Fifth., Price reduced
2204 N Fifth Bargain
1194 lJalley, S3OO down; $25
monthly.
• 87 Disbrow Price, $2,350
SUBURBAN
Flno bungalow on North Bowman ave
nue.
BACKENSTOSS BROS., Russ Bldg.,
Member llarrisburg Real Estate Board.
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Possession April 1. Price. Down.
2427 N. Sixth St. Brick $5,700 SSOO
2052 busq. St. Brick.... 2,800 50j
2207 Logan St. Brick-•• 2,500 500
2336 Ellerslle St. Brick. 3,200 3CO
1943 N. Fourth St. Brick 3,000 200
400 Muench St. Brick. 3,000 4"0
1032 S. 11th St. Frame.. 2,700 500
D. A. CALEY, Kunkel Bldg. Bell 589.
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VACANT, possession at once—North |
Sixth street, 3-story brick, all im
provements, steam heat, electric and
gas, front porches, hay windows, side
yard, S rooms, room lor garage. C. H.
border. 1722 Green street. Bell 560-J.
Rents collected.
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FOR SALE —■ Three 3-story frame
houses, eight rooms, paved street.
$2,100 each.. Two brick scmi-bunga
lows, G 100ms. lauhdry, bath, pantry,
porches. $3.1u1l each. Two bricks, all
improvements, $5,100 both. All close
in. Bell phone 1334.1.
BUY YOUR -HOME on our rental
payment plan. Small cash or Liberty
Bond first payment required, balance
as rent. We have houses in every
part of the city and suburbs. Apply
\ p. Doranz. 1225 North Sixth street.
S4OOO WILL BUY a single house
Willi all improvements, on Bowman I
avenue. Camp Hill. SIOOO in cash
Balance can remain in mortgage. In
quire J. K. Kip p.
FOR SALE —On easy terms, 2010
10 2018 Susquehanna street. Posses
sion on April 1. Apply A. P. Doranz.
1225 North Sixth.
FOR SALE lmmediate posses
sion, tine property, corner Derry and
Kelso streets. Paxtang. Hardwood
tloors. steam heat, gas und electricity.
Garage in rear. Inquire J. K. Kipp.
HF.AL ESTATE—f or Sole or Hcnl
HOUSES AND GARAGES—At Fifth
and Curtin Streets: possession of
some of the houses on thirty days' j
notice. Fred C. Miller, 31 North Sec
ond. Bell phone 807 J.
HEAL ESTATE FOB lIKXT
FOR RENT 7-roomed house st
329 South Fourth street, Steelton.
Rent, $15.00 per month. Apply at 316
South Fourth street. Steelton.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED. TO RENT April 1 nn
eight or nine-roomed house, frith
modern conveniences. In desirable lo
cution. Suburbs not objectionable.
References furnished if desired. Calll
801 l phone 3573.
HEAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED,
TO RENT.
TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDING.
SUITABLE FOR GARAGE.
ADDRESS
V., 6492. CARE OF TELEGRAPH.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We have some ready purchasers for
Improved Real Estate. Let us know
what you have to offer.
LINCOLN REALTY CO.
1129 North Seventh Street.
WANTED—TO RENT
We are having a number of apptl
cations at this time for furnilised
nouses, apartments and rooms. What
do you have to offer? Address Mil
ler Brothers & Company, Locust and
Lou-t streets.
READY CASH FOR CITY PROPERTY.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER?
BELL AND DIAL PHONES.
CHAS. ADLER, 1002 N. THIRD ST.
WANTED. TO RENT 5 or T
rcomed house by April 1, with or
without conveniences. Communicate
with M., 6957, care of Telegraph.
Olliccs unci Storerooms For Hcnt
FOR RENT
.BOARD OK TRADE AUDITORIUM,.
For meetings, conventions.
Banquets Dances and parties.
Use of piano free. Kitchen
attached.
H. C. CHASTER, Jeweler,
302 Market Street.
MARKET ST. STORE
FOR RENT
Beautiful Daylight Store
504 Market Street. '
CHAS. ADLER
1002 North Third Street
250 HAMILTON STREET—Suitable
for barber, tailor, poolroom or cigar
store. Chas. Adler, 1992 N. Third St.
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EAKMS
105 Acres, good buildings, near
Harrisburg, $5,500.00.
43 acres, very good farm, plentv of
hay, straw and cornfodder, $2,750!00.
30 acres, a good farm, 2 fares from
Harrisburg.
102 acres, in Perry county, $3,000.00.
Inquire at 107 Chestnut Street.
FARMS FARMS
LARGE AND SMALL
I have just purchased tiie four
farms of the Frank C. Hosier Estate
at Carlisle (924 acres in all), and am
teady to talk business with persons
desiring either large or small farms.
Much of ther land lies along the trol
ley between llarrisburg and Carlisle
(a single fare to Carlisle), and is
therefore too valuable for large farm
plots. It. will be cut up into 5 to 20
acre plots. The balance is adapted to
genera! farming, is limestone land and
considered as atnong the best in Cum
berland County. It has been years
since such land as this has come into
the market and there will no doubt
be a strong demand, especially for
the smaller plots. The surveys are
not yet completed, but persons desir
ing ceitain locations can make ar
rangements for such plots as they de
sire. Prices on the balance will be
announced when surveys are finished.
An apple orchard, containing 2,009
bearing twenty-year-old trees nnd 60ii
young trees, all in good condition, will
be disposed of promptly. This piop
ertv. is about one mile from Carlisle
on Harrisburg short road.
Ativ of the properly can be seen bv
making arrangements with 11. E
Shearer, Carlisle, or myself.
WARREN VANDYKE.
9 North Market Square.
Bell phone 231 Dial 4312.
P. S.—For those desiring small
plots, financial arrangements can be
made for buildings, or even for a part
of the purchase money, if necessary.
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
PEOPLE COMING BACK
THREE OR FOUR TIMES.
SAY THAT
LONG FLAME FURNACE COAL j
is so satisfactory that no other j
COAL
gives the same
SATISFACTION.
Order 1,000 lbs. to-day. $4.70.
Bell 600. Dial 2345
J. B. MONTGOMERY.
NO COAL CARDS NEEDED.
SUBURBAN DELIVERY.
G. W. TODD CHECK-WRITER
First-class condition. Price reason
able. Inquire 711 Telegraph Ruildlng.
SCALES FOR SALE The Dayton
Computing style 88, capacity 10 lbs
Gcod as new. Al condition. Call
evenings 414 South Wood street. Mld
dletown, Pa.
DICTAPHONE AND SHAVER FOR
SALE Practical y brand now. in
quire Keystone Hide Co., Lancaster,
Pa.
FOR SALE New camera, 6x7.
with complete outfit. Reasonable
price. Or will exchange for some
thing of same value. Slate what. Ad
dt ess 8., 6989, care of Telegraph
FOR SALE—MISCELI.AXEOI'S
FOR SALE
Two 6-ton Wagon Fairbanks
Scales, in excellent conditio)*.
Cheap to quick buyer. Reas :n
for selling, too small for our
present use. Apply
SELDEN TRUCK DISTRIBUTORS, |
1017-25 Market Street.
YOUNG BELGIAN HARES FOR
SALE lnquire at 646 Camp street.
FOR SALE English hull dog, fe
male. Registered and pettigreed. 420
Woodbine street, City.
FOR SALE Combination coal and
gas kitchen range, in good condition,
having been little used. Call B .11
3183 M. •
FOR SALE Pool table. Standard
Size. Slnte Top. New cover. Bargain
price. Apply Pool Table, P. O. Box
384, Harrisburg.
FOR SALE White reed go-cart,
in good condition. Apply 1613 Park
01 call Bell 1583 M.
WOOD FOR SALE—Slabs or billets,
pine or oak, stove length, full cord
$12.00; truck load $6.50 delivered.
[Belt 1055-M.
BLAISDELL LATHE 20 In. x 12 ft.
Lodge & Shipley Quick Change 14 in.
x 6 ft. Mundy Hoist 6'4x10 in. Trav
eling Derrick. 3 11. P. Gasoline En
gine. 1 11. P. A. C. & V. C. Motors,
'4 H. P. A. O. Motors, also will buy
good Metal Working Machinery anil
Electric Motors, Generators, Battery
Charging Sets, etc. F. R. Laverty,
1857 Bell Phone. #
FOR SALE - Diningroom set.!
miscellaneous articles of furniture. In-I
quire Bell phone 4419.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
The Store across from Y. W, C. A. 1
offers you the Biggest and Rest Bar- !
gains In Men's and Boys' Suits, Over- I
: coats. Mackinaw Coats, Underwear. 1
' Hats. Caps and Shoes. We are tam- I
1 ous for Low Prices. Give us a trial. 1
OUTLET CLOTHING CO..
23 North Fourth Street.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying I
new and second-hand furniture hero,
i High prices paid for furniture. Morris
Schmertz. 1030 Market. Bell 3971 R.
1
I TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR
! CASH ALT. MAKES RENTED
EXCHANGED.
GEO. P. TILLOTSON.
205 LOCUST STREET. OPPOSITE
ORPHEUM THEATER.
BOTH PHONES.
1
WANTED —MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID for ]
Second-hand Furniture. Prompt at- :
tention. Newmark & Cown, 368 Broad j
[street. Dial phone 4286.
WANTED 10 buy second
hand canoe in good condition
] for cash. Give description and
price, also whether yoii have
paddles to sell. P. O. Box 6,
i Carlisle, Pa.
i WANTED Roll or fiat-top desk.
1 Doesn't necessarily need to be good
: looking if solid. Price must be rea
sonable. State kind and lowest price
!in letter to Box D, 6988, care of Tele-.
1 graph.
! WANTED Homer and Common
: Pigeons; also Belgian Hares. State
price and quantity. Address F. Mc
-1 Mullen. Marietta. Pa. ,
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
1 kinds of Junk. Get our prices before
selling. Call Bell phone 926, or drop
[ us a postal and our wagon will call.
Keystone iron & Metal Co., Broad and
[ currant streets.
' " MAX SMELTZ ~ !
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold. Highest casii prices paid. Call
Bell 1381 or Dial 5847, or drop a pos
tal to Max Smeitz, 1016 Market street.
Will call, city or country.
—
HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all
kinds of empty barrels and Junk. Call
Bell phone 4275. B. Abratns Ac Sou.
824-832 North Seventh street.
L. COHEN & COMPANY, York and
! Asli avenues. Highest prices paid for
rags, paper, iron, barrels, rubber and
metal and old machines. Send postal
or call 3221W Bell and Dial 6225.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR SALE Grocery, doing a
profitable business city 12,000 popula
tion, Central Pennsylvania. Excellent
opportunity. Low price to quick
buyer. Write at once for particulars.
Address Box It. 7041, care of Tele
graph.
FOR SALE Drug store, in vicinity
of llarrisburg. at very reasonable
figure. Good business, good location.
Address, for particulars. Box D, 6986.
cure of Telegraph.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
SAFETY-RAZOR BLADES ItE
SIIARPENED
Single edgf—2sc per dozen.
Double edge—3se per dozen.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL ANNEX
BARBER SHOP,
Third and Cumberland.
All Work Guaranteed.
OXI-ACETYLENE WELDING
Any gnetal welded. Work guaran
lee'd. Carbon removed by oxygen.
Capital City Welding Co., 1538 Logan
street. Bell 4396 L
FURNITURE, CARPETS. STOVES—
Bought and sold. S. Gold. 1014 Mar
ket. Hell 40S5J.
QNI.NiNE —Look out lor (hat grippe
feeling, likely to catch you thj a
changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE'
PHOSPHO-QUININE will stave it off
if taken In time. Gross Drug Store,
119 Market street.
CONTRACTOR AN'D BUI I.l)lCß—Es
tlmates, Jobbing. First-class work
H. W. Hummer. 1423 Liberty street!
Bell 4420.
A. LANE
New and second-hand furniture
bought and sold. Highest prices paid.
1022 Market street. Bell 4730-J.
INVENTORS FINANCED Patents
Automobiles. Motorcycles Bought,
Sold, Exchanged. Cash or commission
Simon llorst. Llnglestown, Pa.
UPHOLSTERING Of the best
kind. Work guaranteed. We call and
deliver. 308 Broad street. Dial phone
4826.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
Single edge, 26c doz.; double edge. 35c
doz.; razors. 25c. Gorgas Drug Store.
FURNITURE CRATED—And china
packed for shipping. Also repairing.
J. A. Bishop. 1736 Logan street.
DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. H.
Cuplar. Co.. 206 Market street.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY
If you are pressed for ready
cash to meet any emergency,
call to see us. We lend money
In compliance with the laws
of the State.
EMPLOYES' IX9AN SOCIETY,
ROOM 206 BERGNER BLDG.,
THIRD AND MARKET STREETS.
LICENSED AND BONDED BY STATE.
Money to Loan
WE LEND MONEY In compliance ]
with Act of June 17. 1915. to lndividu- |
uls in need of ready cash; small loans !
a specialty, business confidential, pay- :
inents to suit borrower's convenience. ]
positively lowest rates In city.
PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT CO. i
132 Walnut Strep*.
_ (
WHEN YOU NEED MONEY
to meet Immediate necessities, always
consult this reliable, licensed, bonded;
institution, chattered under Pennsyl
vania laws and financed by local peo
ple in 1999 to save borrowers from ex
tortion.
Co-Operatlve Loan & Investment Co.
204 Chestnut Street.
>1 usicu:
TALKING MACHINES promptly and !
cart fully repaired by an expert only 1
CYLER'S, 14 South Fourth street.
PLAYER PIANO With forty rolls !
of music, for sale; slightly used; must I
be sold at once: cheap to a quick 1
buyer. Spangler Music House, 2112,
North Sixth street.
UAUI.INU AND MOVING
AUTO HAULING—LocaI or long
distance. Furniture and piano moving
a specialty. Blue Lino Transfer, 917 '
Capital street. Both phones.
AT'TO HAULING Anything, any- '
where. Furniture moving. E. s. us-j
man, 717 South Nineteenth street. Bell '
1591 W. j
HICKS Local and long-distance
hauling and storage. 421 Reily. Both]
phones.
FOR HIRE Two-ton auto truck.'
Apply 1108 South Ninth street. Bell ;
phone 2456 R.
HEAVY HAULING—FuIIy equipped
for furniture, freight and piano mov- s
ing. No distance too far. Careful
driver. Rain and dustproof body. J.
E. Grubber's Truck Service. Irwin '
Attngst. manager. Hershey. Pa. Bell
phone 15R6.
LOCAL AND LONG-DISTANCE j
HAULING Furniture moving. l
Prompt service. Ernest Corbin, 656
Calder • street. Both phones. Bell
3636-J. Dial 3683.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE Local '
nnd long distance. F. J. Marter, Bell :
39-J, Steelton.
AUTO HAULING Local and long
distance. Furniture moving a fpe
cialty Rates reasonable. Prompt
service. Call Bell 623-J.
GENERAL HAULING AND FAST
EXPRESS SERVICE to nearby towns
with auto trucks. Only experienced
and careful drivers. Call 801 l 3320.
or Dial 2265.
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
AND MOVING DONE
CONRAD BROS.. 341 IvEUvER ST.
BELL PHONE 623 W.
DIAL PHONE 3518.
WHERE TO DIN'E
ALVA HOTEL AND ' RESTAURANT !
Tin: HOME OF SATISFACTION.
STOUFFER'S liESTAURANT—Home !
cooking served to Businessmen and
Ladies in separate dining rooms.
STORAGE "j
STORAGE —419 Rroad 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 plean i
private rooms. Reasonable rates. I'.!
G. Diener, 408 Market street.
STORAGE Private rooms for'
household goods in fireproof ware
house. $3 per month and up. Lower
storage rates in non-firepruof ware
house. Harrisburg Storage Co., 437.
!.'> South Second street.
UNDERTAKERS
SAMUEL S. FACKLKR. '
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
1312 Derry St.
BELL 1956. DIAL 2133.
RUDOLPH K. SPICKR,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
511 North Second Street
BELL 252. DIAL 2145.
CEMETERY LOTS I'OH SALE
PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY
Beautifully situated on Market street
east of Twenty-sixth, and on the
north and east faces the now park
nay. The prices of lots are moder
ate. Miller Bros. & Co.. Agents.
ClVMiit'i'* and Dyers
IT PAYS to have Clothes Cleaned.
Pressed, Dyed or Repaired at the best
place in town. Call and deliver.
Goodman's. M"6V4 North Sixth. Both
Phones.
AUTOMOBILES
WE DO
GEX ERA L REPAIRING
EXPERT MECHANICS
For sale, one Maxwell and Kiss
ler-Kar l-toadster.
M BRENNER & SONS MOTOR CAR
CO.,
Third and Hamilton
FOR SALE Ford Touring Car,
speedometer, bumper and good tires!
City Garage, River and Strawberry.
OLD AUTOS
Wanted: used, wrecked or oldtimors.
in any condition. See ino before sac
rificing elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
Wrecking, A Schlffman, 22, 24, 26
North Cameron street. Bell 3633.
1917 Dodge Roadster.
SIBLE'S GARAGE.
301 Cumberland Street.
A RAYFIELD CARBURETOR ]
Will save 25 per cent, of your gas bill, I
Let us tell you how.
FEDEKICK'S GARAGE,
1807-09 N. Seventh Street.
Automobile Repairing of all kinds.
Hupmoblle Service Station.
1917 FORD CARS Touring
$385.00.
llarley-Davidson Twin, with side
car, $250.00.
Get acquainted with me. Save
money on any used muchinu wanted
Simon llorst. Liuglestown, Pa.
FOR SALE—I9I7 Chevrolet tourinir
car, run 3,000 miles. Call 3787 R.
AUTOS FOR HIRE
CITY GARAGE
116 STRAWBERRY ST.
New five and seven-passenger
cars for business or pleuaure
at all houra.
BELL 2360. DIAL 4914.
SECOND-HAND TRUCKS and pious
ure cars for sale. Ford ton trucks 1
Auto-Car 2-ton trucks a'nd one 7- ,
passenger Haynes Touring Car. All
cheap to quick buyers. International I
Harvester Co. Truck Department. No. I
619 Walnut street. |
APTOMcmiLES
ANNUAL
SPRING SALE
OP
USED CARS,
COMMENCING MONDAY,
FEBRUARY 24.
.Every Used car in our stock
,! , ? J SOLD to prepare
; '1 r Spring new car business,
J be biggest January and Feb*
ruary business in our history
lias considerably reduced our
j assortment, but we have sev
eral good values fresh from
| jhe paint shop, and all have
{?ee marked at NEW LOW
PRICES,
j
Deserve your car now, place
a deposit upon it for April de
livery, and you'll save from
j.O to S.'JOO over prices 'we will
nave to charge when fair,
fcprine weather starts the
heavy buying.
j REDUCTIONS OS EVERY CAR
j
Overland Roadster, good
I jrx'chanlcal condition, ull tires
like new. Lots of good ser
j Formerly priced at
I Sale Trice, $165.
Overland Tourings, equipped
With electric starting and
lighting system, nil overhaul
ed. re finished, equipped with
splendid tires, and guaranteed
at reduction of from $75 to
i $l5O. Priced for this sale at
, $475, $525, $575, $595,
Dodge Touring. Just refin
•| islied and ready for sale,
$675.
Maxwell Touring, 5-passen
ger, overhauled and In good
condition.
Sale Price, $495.
'
Willys-Knight Tourings,
four and eight-cylinder. A
Knight Motor is constantly
j Improving in performance and
is at its best when other mo
tors are losing pop and power.
All at Reduced Sale Prices.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9.
THE
OVERLAND-HARRISBURG CO.,
212-214 North Second Street.
,j BOTH PHONES,
!
AOU CAN BUY A
REBUILT TRUCK
ON CONVENIENT MONTHLY
PAYMENTS
1% and 2-ton Garfords,
chassis only or equipped with
express or dump bodies.
IM-1%-2% and
Bethlehems, with or without
J bodies.
Light delivery wagons. In
cluding Bulcks, Overloads
und Vims.
| THE OVERLAND-HARRISBURG C
Open Evenings,
I 212-214 North Second St. Both Phon
FOR SALE
STUDERAKER FOUR ln A 1 con
tion: paint good. A real bargain
$300.00.
1918 JACKSON EIGHT Fully equ
ped: mechanically perfect: pa
new; all new tiros. $750.00 buys
AMERICAN AUTO CO..
C. A. SLOUGH, Mgr.,
Roar Front and Forster Streets.
LVi -TON GARFORD, Model 77
perfect condition; used very liti
I open body ; • suitable for coal, lumt
or general hauling. Price, $2,5110,
cash. Address Box 235, Saxton, Pa,
i FOR SALE One 2-ton Garfo
I truck, in first-class condition. Api
! Blni k's Garage, 203 South Seve
jieenth.
I WANTED All kinds of used au
I tiros. We pay highest cash pnci
No Junk. H. Esterbrook. 912 Nor
Third street. Dial 4990.
WM. PENN GARAGE
! 304-6 Muench street. Limousines f
! funeral parties and balls; caref
:i drivers; opeu day und night B
4564.
1 FOR SALE Jackson Touring ct
. also Hudson Touring cur. Inquire
.i A. b ail Carriage and Auto Worl
1131 Mulberry street.
ONE NEW CONESTOGA TRUCK
,1 Covered body; 1,000 Tbs. capacity;
! bargain. Inquire of Phlladelpb
II Quick Lunch.
' | K EYSTONK AUTO TOP CO
\ii sorts of auto top and cushi
I work done by experts; also rep;
j work. Reasonable rates. 72-78 Sou
| Cameron street.
GARAGES
ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS
I
I DKEADNAUGHT 5.000-MILE TIRI
30x3 Ribbed Tread $13.88
3f'>.3<4 " " 17.10
32x31- "* 20.63
31x4 " " • 25.28
32X4 " • ' -6.52
83x4 " ' 27.60
34x4 , 28.43
35x4'4 " ' J8.82
36x4'/a " 10 ' J2
30x3 Vacuum Tread 15.53
30x3',i " " 18.68
§?ss* - ii:S2
32x4 29.14
33x4 " " 20.60
34x4 " 31.88
3 * x4 '4 ~ i?ls
36>:4% 4 407
DAYTON CYCLE CO.,
912 N. Third SL Dial 4990.
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