Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, September 27, 1919, Page 17, Image 17

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT * '
FOR RENT—Cottage at Perdlx from
'September 1; furnished up-to-date;
only reliable people need apply to
Ixiuis. 414 N. Third St.
f REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Suburban home, two
acres of ground or more; will buy at
once if terms are suitable. Address
■ Box D-80S1 care Telegraph.
WANTED—To buy a house between
North and Cumberland Sts., and west
i cf Sixth St. Address Box M-6872 care
Teles: aph.
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WANTED —To buy a home on Alli
son Hill north of Market St. Address ;
J-8576 care Telegraph.
READY buyers, list your farm and
houses swith me. M. Zoll, Real Estate j
and Insurance, Steelton. Dial.
- 1 HAVE BUYERS—List your prop-
I* erties with me. Chas. Adler, Real Es
tate and Insurance, 10u2 North Third
Street.
WANTED TO RENT
V
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WANTED TO RENT
An executive with small fam
ily wishes to rent a house
as centrally located as is pos
sible. Best of reference fur
nished. Address for appoint
ment Box 0-8251 care Tele
graph.
, FARMS
96-acre farm. 10 miles N. E. Hbg.,
level, good bldgs., fruit, creek water.
Will sell stock and tools.
75-acre farm. 2(4 mfies N. Hbg., 8
room brick house, all city imp., in
beautiful lawn, large barn.
30-acre farm. 5 miles N. Hbg.. $-
room house, stable, etc.. 6-acre,wood
land. 100 fruit trees, will sell or trade
on city property, one mile to trolley.
It. R. and State road.
!C-acre farm, 2miles N. Hbg.,
creek water.
lii-acre farm. 2 4s-miles N. Hbg..
good bldgs.
j-acre farm near West Falrview,
steam heat and electricity.
15-acre farm, S miles S. Hbg., good
A buddings.
~ 150-acre farm. 144 miles S. Lewis
berry, very cheap.
75-acre farm, one mile to New Cum
k berlr.nu.
% C. if. COF.DER, 1722 Green St
v Bell phone 560 J.
FOR SALE—Farm containing 97
t>. res. located in Cumberland county, |
on State Highway, level lime stone i
sod. line stream of water mrough the
farm, improved by large bank barn,
la' ao frame house, all necessary out'
buildings. Price $11,500.
For Sale —Farm containing 14 acres
located Imiles east of Dauphin, im
prcvid by I'v.-story frame dwelling,
containing 6 rooms, bath and attic,
firs; class condition, house equipped
with gas plant for lighting and
cooking, frame bank barn, good con
dition. all necessary out buildings,
>.nu.ll stream of water through farm.
Ft ice $6,800.
BRINTON-PACKER CO..
Second and Walnut Streets.
lOULTRY farm for sale, located
in smaP town rive miles from Harris
burg. This farm contains two acres
improved by the following buildings:
2 ti-story frame hohse, small barn,
main poultry building size 16x72; two
44-story laying pens size 16x30; one
brooder house, 16xS0 feet, with out
side pens hav ing a capacity of 2,000
chicks every three weeks. The poul
try buildings are equipped with the
n> vr Town system. This system alone
costing $3,600. The owner is retiring
on account of his age and will give
possession immediately. Price to a
quuk buyer. $5,500. One-half or more
-of tin purchase price can remain in
thi property if the purchaser comes
well s ocomniended. Ira B. Reider, 204
Ca'.der. Bell 4377.
FARMS FOR SALE
71 acres; all good buildings. $2350
45 acres near street car; all build
ires $4500
■ acres fat land: building ...$2500
We would like to sell these above
farms very soon. They are all worth
a higher price. Look them over. w. B.
Care .v Son, Care's Grocery, Linglea
-4p town, or 40'.' Market St., Harrisburg.
i
' SEVERAL SMALL FARMS
Three to ten miles from city. t
Price and terms right.
C. H. CORDER.
1722 GREEN STREET.
Bell 660-J.
i
POULTRY, fruits and vegetable
farms. Right in the South Jersey
pine belt; healthy climate; best mar
kets, rich soil, elegant location. Im
mediate possessions; easy terms.
Send lor bargain list. James Palmer, '
Hammonton, N. J.
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FOR SALE—IOO-acre farm, 10 miles
front Harrisburg on State High
way, laig" 'Tick house, new oarii,
L fine productive land. If sold before
f October 1. possession tlrst of April,
1920. Price, $8,500. Apply to Samuel
Plough. 256 Crescent St.
FOR SALE—Farm 115 acres, 10
minutes walk to trolley. 3 miles from
Harrisburg. 8 room house, large bank
barn, silo, all necessary outbuildings.
1.000 ft. Conodogainet creek frontage,'
bungalow sites, well water and spring
lots of fruit, the best of soil for
trucking. Price only $ll5 per* acre.
Look this farm over, it has higher
values; reasonable terms. Charles
Davies. 1549 State street, Harrisburg
Bell 4162 R. Dial 4930.
FOR SALE—9S-aere farm; 75 acres
■ clear, land In good state of cultiva
k lion, good buildings, ull the best kind
of Implements, ail crops, 40 tons of
hay. wheot, corn and potatoes, stock 12
liead of cattle. 2 horses, 2 mules, hogs
and poultry. Price $7,200. 107 Chestnut
St. near Front St.
FOR SALE—IOO-acre farm, also
stock If desired. Possession November
1; 3 miles northeast of Harrisburg.
Further information apply 1700 N.
Second st.
42-acre farm; 10 room house and
good bank barn; very good soil; one
half cash; price $3,100. 107 Chestnut
near Front St.
FARMS WANTED
WANTED—To buy a good farm,
either in Dauphin. Cumberland, York
or Perry county. State full particulars
k and bottom price. Box X-7599 care
Telegraph.
FOR SALE—.MISCELLANEOUS
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FOR SALE —Coal range used only
few seasons; good baker and in good
condition; will sell reasonable to
quick buyer. Call Bell 419J or Dial
6081. v
* CENTRA I, FURNISHING CO.,
f 324 REILY ST.
On account of rebuilding a ware
house. we are going to sell 75 good
ranges, heaters and cook stoves at a
low figure, also a big reduction In
furnlturo and lloor coverings. One
trial will convince you. Call Bell
phone 1061 M.
FOR SALE —10 H. P. International
gasoline engine, gasoline hoistfhg en
gine. lathes, planer, shaper, milling
machine, drill presses, hand and pow
fr, electric motors, various sizes
large stone crushing plant complete
F. R. Laverty. Bell phone 1857. j
(< uutinucd la .Nest Ceituiaa)
SATURDAY EVENING^
FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
MOTORS FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Motors, one alternating
current motor; Robbins & Myeia
single; Phase 110 volts; 60 cycles,
1750 rev.
THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO..
Printing —Binding Designing
Photo-Engraving Die Stamping-
Plate Printing.
Harrisburg, Fa.
FOR SALE—Two suits of olothes
and two pair of shoes. Inquire Bell
phone 5954 U. . I
1 FOR SALE—Block of four, six room
''fiame houses, located on Locust St.,;
: Mechanics burg, electric lights, ga„.
Can be bought separately or us a
i whole. Cheap to a quick buyer. Fori
i particulars address P. O. Box 251, Mo-
c hanicsburg. Pa.
FOR SALE—Seven-piece oak dining
room suite in excellent condition. A
real bargain. 2430 North Second St.
APPLES! APPLES! APPLES!
Grimes' golden, smokehouse, Bald
wins. Pound. York Imperial, Ben
Davis. Dominee and other varieties,
tor sale at the orchard in small or
large quantities. Sprayed, fertilized
(and cultivated fruit, 144 miles south
of I.ee's Ctoss Roads, Cumberland
County, good roads to the orchard. No
shipping. D. L Allen. __
FURS—Lady will sacrifice
some set Hudson seal furs, latest stole
and muff; new. never worn; will sell
for $24. Also latest style seal cape.
31444 Chestnut St.
BOOKS Bought and sold; .0.000
new, old, rare. In stock. Aurand's,
925 North Third. Circulars tree.
FOR SALE —Lumber, tubes, tanka,
shafting, hangers, pulleys, belting,
bolts, pipe, etc., dismantling plant.
The Highspire Distillery Co., Ltd.,
Both phones. Highspire. Pa.
FOR SALE —Solid mahogany ped
estal: extension dining table. Call
Bell 560 M.
FOR SALE —Three Jersey cows, one
'with three-week old calf. Inquire 327
£'ront St. Bell 1649 J.
FOR SALE —A reed baby coach in
good order. Inquire Seventh and Mar
ket Sts.. New Cumberland.
FOR SALE —Large double heater
with nickel trimmings, in good con
dition. will sell cheap. Apply 319
Hummel St.
FOR SALE —White iron bed anfl
springs. Call Bell 2982 J.
MORRIS SAYS save money buying
! n ew and second-hand furniture here.
High prices paid for furniture. Morris
j gchmcrtz. 1018 Market. Bell 4494.
TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT FOR
iCASH ALL MAKES RENTED -
EXCHANGED
GEO. P. TiLLOTSON,
I 105 LOCUST STREET, OPPOSITE
I ORPHEUM THEATER
BOTH PHONES
FOR SALE
One white iron bed. one good
mattress. spring, complete
$25; one 6x9 Crex rug $9.50.
FORNWALT,
1321 North Sixth Street.
WANTED —MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—To buy vulcanizing out
fit. Call Dial phone 5449.
WANTED —To buy a secondhand
wardrobe; state size and price. Ad
dress Box S-5246 care Telegraph.
WANTED —Second-hand 150-horse
power horizontal return tubular boil
er built for 150 pounds working
steam pressure. Address P. O. Box
165, Harrisburg.
WANTED —Two horse road scrap
'per. Call Bell phone 40J.
JUNK —We are In the market for
all Kinds of Junk. Call Bell 4974, or
wiite L Cohen & Co.. York street and
Ash avenue.
MAX SMELTZ
Second hand furniture bought and 1
sold. Highest cash prices paid. Call
Bell 1071 R. or drop a postal to Max
Smeltz, 1020 Market street. Will call.
City or country. Bell phone 3239-Rl.
BELL PHONE 3370-J
S. RIFKIN,
I CLOTHING. SHOES. FURNITURE.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
j HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID.
407 BROAD ST.. HARRISBURG. PA.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
HARRISBURG'S
! REAL ESTATE BUREAU
CONSULT US.
I BACKENSTOSS REALTY
CO.
331 MARKET STREET.
• |
ANOTHER big oil field in Texas.!
Buy a lease now at $5 per acre. Elev
en wells started drilling within four
months. Big companies hold large
leases and drilling all sides. Produc
tion expected surpass R Ranger
Fields. Our leases will be raised to
$lO Oct. 15. Fortunes were made in
Burk & Ranger by buying early at
$1 tc $5. Same acreage now selling up
to $60,000 per acre. Until Oct. 15 $2OO
buys a 40-acre lease; $lOO a 20-acre;
$5O a 10-acre. Write for free colored
map and booklet J. R. Sutherlin &
Co., 1079. Scollard Bldg., Dallas, Tex.
DON'T INVEST
A DOLLAR
Before making a thorough investi
gation. Opportunities now to make big
money with iittle are many, particu
larly in the oil fields, but be sure you
are right. Let the "Oil Press"—an au
thority on oil investments —aid you
in making a profitable investment.
Each issue brimful of authentic in
formation on recent and sensational
developments in the great Mid-Con
tinent and Texas oil fields; the pros
pects of different companies, as well
as analytical reports concerning
scores of companies—some good, bad
and indifferent. The "Oil Press" to
gether with a late copy of the "Mar
kets" containing quotations of listed
and unlisted, active and inactive oil
stocks will be sent free on request
also while they last a new. accurate
colored map of Kansas, Oklahoma
and Texas just out, featuring the oil
fields in red. Address Oil Press. 706
Republic Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Unusual opportunity to secure ox
elusive rights in Harrisburg and
Central Pennsylvania BURNALL
FUEL SAVER. Business established
in Harrisburg. Saving fifteen per
cent, to forty-five per cent., actual
experience. Small capital and refer
ences required.
A. F. HOFFSOMMER.
Old Orchard. Harrisburg
I want a partner in an established,
growing business; $lOO required. No
fake, but a real business. Very low
rent. Address Box G-9043 core Tele
graph.
LIVE business for a live man, in
nearby town. Restaurant, confection
ery. cigars. Doing business of $41,000
a year or more. Apply A. P. Doranz.
I 1225 North Sixth JM.
(Continued In Next Column)
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
GARAGE FOR SALE
Doing wonderful business,
employing from 4 to 6 repair
men steady; good reason for
selling. Address Box M-1289
care Telegraph.
\
FOR SALE—Restaurant, candy and
cigar store, well stocked, daily busi
ness $125; In manufacturing town,
short distance from Lebanon. This is
an opportunity. Address P. O. Box
133, Lebanon.
FOR SALE—A fully equipped gar
age near Harrisburg, located on the
State Highway, between two very
i(important points of Interest A stand
that is well patronized. Address Box
' 5-7597 care Telegraph.
FOR SALE
I
I An interest In coal dredging
plant Address P. O. Box 1178.
WE manufacture a carburetor for
Ford cars which is guaranteed to give
double the mileage - over any other
carburetor ever constructed regard
less of name, make or price. We aro
now ready to furnish carburetors also
for Dodge and Maxwell cars. Will
furnish them for other cars in a short
time. Money refunded if fifteen day
free (rial does not prove, it. Entirely
new 'principle—simple plain tube—
not a moving part; guaranteed to
start in zero weather without heat
ing or priming; tremendous demand:
"5.000 now in use, in Chicago terri
tory; reliable, energetic man who can
guarantee sales and carry stock of
$5OO to $2,000 depending on demand,
can secure exclusive territory and
will easily net $25,000 this year. No
special experience necessary. Frank
A. Urwan. 509 W. Jackson Blvd.. Chi
cago. 111.
MAKE 20 to 30 per cent, on your
money. Desdemona Oil & Refining
Cotnapny of Texas, with a million of
assets, no liabilities, eleven great
producing wells, ten more drilling,
thousand acres, with over thirty
thousand dollars income per month,
a company that can pay twenty to
thirty per cent, per annum. paid
quarterly through bank. December
31 next dividend day, offers the pub
lic a limited number of shares at
one dollar twenty-five. Make checks
payable to First Guaranty State Bank
and forward witli application to Des
demona Oil and Refining Company.
Sam Houston Life Building. Dallas.
Texas. Write for detailed informa
tion. Salesmen wanted.
STOCK salesmen wanted for million
dollar oil and refining company com
posed of some Texas leading business
men. Write Corsicana Oil and Refin
ing Co.. Corsicana. Texas.
RUY and sell oil leases in Texas
around drilling oil wells. Quick sales,
big money. Buy Is worth the money.
No capital required, nor experience
necessary. We direct you. Texa:l oil
leases in nath of production have
proven gold mines for agents and in
vestors. Everybody wants chance for
fortune. Write quick for full details,
our offer to agents. Great demands
for our lenses. Have sold thousands
of acres. Big excitement. Send name
for free map and agents' pronosition.
Pecos Valley Co.. 11444 N. Robinson
St., Oklahoma. Okla.
WONDERFUL mottev making np
rortunities in the great "Divide" dis
trict of Nevada. Can give reliable in
formation and render you valuable
assistance. Write James A. Patter
son. Box 1031, Tonopah. Nev.
CAPABLE, ambitious, active man
wanted with $5OO for very profitable
business. You handle own money and
work from own town. Allow ex
penses to Philadelphia. Address
Morrow. 501 Parkway Bldg., Philadel
, phla. Pa.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
WALL paper and paper hanging;
can save you $1 on each room; work
must be O. K. Apply 1209 Market.
801 l 445 W. M. G. Sanderson.
NEW automobile tops built i? order
for any make of cars. Work done
promptly and fully guaranteed, tor
prices and samples, write or call,
Hopp Carriage Co.. Mifflinburg. Pa.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED—
Single edge, 25c doz., double edge, 35c
doz., razors, 26c. Gorgas Drug Stove.
FURNITURE CRATED. J. A.
Bishop. 1736 Logan Street. Bell 2632 it.
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING
Any metal welded. Work guaran
teed. Carbon removed by oxygen.
Capitol City Welding Co.. 1538 Logan
Street. IjGll 4396-J.
PAPERHAJ/SLNG AND PAINTING
First class work. Chilcoat Bros.,
333 Harris street.
QUININE —Look out for that grippe
feeling, likely to catch you this
changeable weather. OUR LAXATIVE
PHUSPHO-QUININE will stave it oft
If taken in time. Gross Drug Store,
119 Market street.
DIAMONDS bought for cash—P. H.
CAPLAN CO.. 206 Market street^
" ' A- LANE
New and second-hand 2urnlture
bought and sold. Highest prices oaid.
1022 Market street. Bell 4<30-J.
MUSICAL
i 80LO violin, well seasoned; Preuf
fer Bb clarinet (late *modei>; Conn
I tenor saxophone; Besson Bb cornet.
Each in case, necessary attachments;
excellent condition. Phone Bell 3036W
KIMBALL piano, mahogany case,
used vy little, cheap for cash. Ad
dress Box L-8904 care Telegraph.
TALKING MACHINES promptly and
carefully repaired by an expert only.
OXL&IfS. 14 South Fourth street.
YOU have made the visit to mialo
houses, for a special Columbia record,
you have not found it. We have IL
Ipangler Music House, 2112 North
Sixth street.
FINANCIAL
STOCKS AND BONDS,
LOCAL SECURITIES ▲
SPECIALTY.
1. K. GREENAWALT, JR.
\ ISO Walnut Street
Harrisburg, Pa.
Bell Phone 518-J.
MONEY TO LOAN
BUY COAL NOW
With our money and Insure
t your comfort next winter. Pay
us back in convenient month
ly payments. Charges reason
able —only three and one-haif
per cent, per month on bal
ances. No other charges of
any kt^. OPE<RXT ivB
LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO..
204 Chestnut St
WE LEND MONEY in compliance
with Act of June 4. 1919, to individu
als in need of ready cash, small leans
a specialty, business confidential, pay
ments to suit borrower's convenience,
positively lowest rates in city.
PENNSYLVANIA IN V Eb'l'Jlh.Oi l' CO..
r 132 Wslnut Street.
MONEY LOANED —Employes' Loan
Society, Room 206 Bergner Bldg..
Third and Market streets. 'Licensed
end Bonded by the State.
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES
,
FOR SALE —Five fine trap nested
yearling white rock hens and cock
bird, $2O. Great breeding pen. E. B.
Dfrrov Williamsport. Pa.
WHERE TO DINE
ALVA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
STORAGE
STORAGE —Broad street, house
hold goods, merchandise. Private
looms at reasonable rates. Also haul
ing 01 all kinds. D. Cooper 4k Co
Holh phones.
STORAGE - Private rooms for
household goods In fireproof ware
bouse. 83 per month and up. Lower
storage rates In non-hreproof ware
house. Harrisburg Storage Co, 487-
146 South Second street.
BTORAGB Lew rates, Highsplrs
Distillery Co, Eta, Bighspire. Pa.
Both phones.
STORAGE—In brick building, rear
40k Market, Household goods In clean,
Brlvate rooms. Reasonable ratea p,
I. Dienei. 408 Market street.
HAULING AND MOVING
BECK A HARRIS, local and long
distauce haulers, furniture, machin
ery. pianos and safe moving a spe
cialty. Bell phone 2418. Dial 3283 or
call at Ober's Garage.
AUTO HAULINQ Eocal or long
distance, r'uruituia and piano moving
a specialty. Blue Elne Transfer, -• l.
Capital street. Both phones.
HICKS Eocal and long-distance
hauling and storage. 424 Reliy. Both
phones.
HEAVY HAUEING —Fully equipped
(or furniture, ireight and piuno mov
ing. No alstancu too tar. Careiu.
driver. Rain and dustproof body. J.
hi. Grubei s Truck Service. rrwin
Aungsi, Manager, Heraney, I'a. Bell
phone 15K6.
MAULING AND MOVING
Day and Night Auto Transfer
WALTER C. CONRAD, Manager,
>4l Kelker St, Harrlsburg, Pa.
Bell Phone 623-W. Dial Phone 3318
WE Move Anything. Anywhere.
Any time. Price reasonable. Dial
4930. Dayton Cycle Co, *l3 North
Third street,
PAUL BECK general hauling, local
and long distance, making a specialty
of furniture, piauo and safe moving.
Call at 1419 veruou Street, or Bell
>Bll-3.
LOCAL AND LONG-DISTANCE
HAUEING Furniture Moving.
Prompt service. Ernest Corbiu, i.i
Calder street. Both phones. Bell
8636-J. Dial 3689.
UNDERTAKERS
SAMUEL S. FACKLER,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
1312 Derry St.
BELL 1*66 DIAL 2138
RUDOLPH K, SPICBR,
Funeral Director and Emtiplmkr.
611 North Second Street.
BELL 362 DIAL 2145
CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE
PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY
Beautifully situated on Market street,
east of Twenty-sixth, and on the
north and east faces the new park
way. The prices of lots are moder
ate. Miller Bros. A. Co, Agents.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING
DYEING AND PRESSING
Let us make your old fall and win
ter clothes look new. We call and de
liver. Both phones.
H. GOODMAN,
130614 North Sixth Street.
AUTOMOBILES
f
OVERLAND '
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
These are new offerings that
should find ready buyers. We
Invite your early inspection.
Cadillac. seven passenger
touring, in good running or
der, excellent d>aint, top and
upholstery, $650.
Hudson 6-40 roadster, re
finished. A comfortable car,
quiet, tyith good power, 3550
Overland, model 90, five
passenger touring. Refinished
throughout, looks and runs
like new.
OVERLAND —5 passenger
touring. An easy riding, eco
nomical car in very good con
dition.
Open Evening.
Time Payments
THE OVERLAND JdARRISBURG CO.'
' Both Phones 212-214 N. 2d St. |
j
BARGAINS —Premier touring car, j
electric gear shift, like new; enby
1-ton express body with top. first- |
claas condition; International one-)
ton truck, usod ten months, cheap,!
International two-ton truck, used n'ne
months, cheap; Acme ' with
Woods steel dump body, ""ed six
months; Denby 3-ton. with 5500ds
steel dump body; Cadillac unit, with
two-wheel trailer; Overland. 1918, o
passengcr touring; two-ton Mack.
Wood s hoist, Denby bod/-, £ enoy
Sales Corporation, 1206 Capital St.
CARS OARS! CARS!
Two Chevrolet touring. 191$ model.
One Chevrolet touring. 19X7 model.
One Royal mall Chevrolet roadster.
One Buick roadster. 1915 model.
On* Buick roadster. 1914 model.
These cars have been thoroughly
overhauled and are in the very best of
mechanical condition and electrically
equipped lights and starters.
We also do all kinds of automo
bile repairing. Truck work a special
ty. You will find us every day from
7 a. m. to 6 p. m. at 1836-38-40
Thompson ave, at the Thompson Avs.
Garage. Edwin Phelps, Mgr.
WANTED Any model or make
Auto Tire Vulcanising Molds, com
plete Plants or Parts, for cash. Give
description. Queen City VuL Co, Cin
cinnati. Ohio.
FOR SALE! —Oldsmoblle In best
running condition, owner leaving
city wants money, big bargain for
auick buyer. Cut Rate Garage, 230
South St, between 7 am. and 6 p. m.
WANTED —A delivery body, to
cover the chassis of a Packard car.
Address 107 S. Second St Bell 3348.
FOR SALE: —1918 5-passenger Buick
gcod condition, 11250. Telephone Cap
tain Kimble. 3080 J.
FOR SALE: —Paige. 5 passenger
touring car In A 1 mechanical condi
tion; newly painted, top and tires
good; extra tire, spotlight and all ex
tras. included. Will sacrifice to quick
buyer. Phone Bell 4491 or • call at
Ip 3 Mulberry St
FOR SALE —I*ls 5-passenger Buick
good condition. $1260. Telephone Cap
taln Kimble. 308QJ.
(Continued In Neat Column)
AUTOMOBILES
OVERLAND light six coupe, com
pletely overhauled and repaired, tires
like new, real bargain.
Ford roadster, demountable rims,
tires first class shape.
Reo roadster, real bargain.
Velle touring, repainted and In
fine shape. . ,
Brisco. three-passenger roadster, in
fine shape.
Time payments can be arranged.
REX GARAGE & SUPPLY CO,
1917 North Third Street
FOR SALE—Dodge touring car In 1
good condition, can be seen at Har- ,
rlsburg Tuxicab and Baggage Com- ;
pany s strawberry and Aberdeen Sts. |
ROADSTER for sale in fine running I
condition; good tires and new top;|
first 8250 takes it. Inquire R-8U49
care Telegraph. j
GRANT, hve-pussenger; 6 cylinder;'
four new tires and tubes; good con
dition; cheap to quick buyer. Ester-1
brook, 912 North Third St <
1919 Buick. A 1 condition. Call 1000 i
: North Third or Bell 41S6J.
1
AUTOMOBILE engine in good con
dition; all other parts for sale at
reasonable price. Apply 9 North
Front St Dial 5775.
MAGNETOS—AII types. 4 and 6
Bosch high tension, Human. Dixie,
Spiitdorf. Mea. Remy and different
makes of coils, carburetors, etc. A
Schiffman. 22-24-26 North Cainerou
street Bell 3638.
FORD touring. IT model; electric
lights; runs and pulls like new. . rice
B*s cash. Dial 36-C. S. It liorst,
Llnglestown. near Ilarrisburg.
FORD—I9I7 roadster, good tires and
top. In A 1 condition, with demount
able wheels. Inquire 322 Blackberry
Avenue.
FOR SALE:—Reo, 6-passenger tour
ing; 4 cylinder. 1916 model. A 1 con
dition; cord tires; one extra; a lot of
other extras. Car must be seen to ap
preciate value. Phone 489J or call at
1222 N. Third St. Apt. No. 2.
KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO.
All sorts of auto tops and cushion
work done by experts; also repair
work. Reasonable rates. Soutn
Cameron street
OLD AUTOS ,
Wanted; used, wrecked o. oldtlmers.
in any condition. See me before sac
rificing elsewhere. Chelsea Auto
Wrecking. A. Scnlffman. 22, 34, 29
North Cameron Street. Bell 3833.
FORD Sedan. 1918 model; good run
ning order, $695. liorst. Llnglestown.
AUTO RADIATORS of all kinds re
quired by specialist. Also fenders, i
lamp*. etc. Best service in town. Har- !
risburg Auto Radiator Works. BUS
North Third street.
ATTRACTIVE bargains to quick
buyers in good used cars.
1915 Buick, one-ton truck.
1917 Enger, turn six. fine shape. ;
1917 Vim, iight delivery.
191S Reo touring, fine running or
der, at a bargain price.
The above cars will appeal to the
average buyer in the market for a
good used car. Demonstrations given
CHELSEA AUTO CO,
A. Schiffman. Manager.
FOR SALE —Two-ton International
truck in good condition; cheap. Ap
ply
FED E RICK'S GARAGE.
North Seventh St.
WANTED —All kinds of used auto
tires. We pay highest cash prices.
No junk. H. Esterbrook, 912 North
Third street. Dial 4990.
WM. PENN GARAGE
224-6 Mucnch street, limousines for
funeral parties and balls; careful
drivers; open day and night. Bell
4564.
FOP SALE—Chalmer's Sedan, 1917;
new upholstering; Chandler, 1919, 4-
passenger, sport model; wire wheels,
bumper, spot light, 5 new tires; Over
land, 1918. 90 delivery car. Inquire
Penn-Harrls Taxicab office. care
Penn-Harris HoteL
jxUTOS FOR HIRE
CITY GARAGE
116 STRAWBERRY ST.
i New five and seven-passenger
cars for business or pleasure
at all hours.
BELL 2sl>o ■ DIAL 4914
CAR BARGAINS
One international %-ton truck In
good condition.
One Ford ton truck in good condi
tion.
Six cylinder Studebaker touring
car. newly painted, first class condi
tion.
Six cylinder Mitchell touring.
Number of used and rebuilt Vim
trucks, all in good running order.
ANDREW REDMOND,
Third and Hamilton Sts.
1 Dial 4616. Bell 2133
MOTOUCYCIiES AND nICYCLES
BICYCLE REPAIRING
BY AN EXPERT
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
DORY SIIANER
WITH
ANDREW REDMOND,
1507 NORTH THIRD STREET
BICYCLES, BICYCLES
I Men's and Boys' models, all rebuilt.
{Men's, $l4; boys', $16.50; boys', $18;
j men's $2O. all newly painted and in
fine shape; easy payments If desired.
1321 N. Sixtn St.
FOR BALE
1919 Reading standard motorcycle
with side car; electric; like new; bar
gain.
DAYTON CYCLE CO,
North Third St.
PUBLIC HALE
IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING
with which choice or
necessity bids you part,
or
IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING
; you have no further use
for that you wish to
exchange for something
you can use, you will
find It to your Interest
to communicate with
AUCTIONEER HITE. Bell 1875 J.
EVERYTHING IN ROOFING and
WATERPROOFING. j
PUBLIC SALE of valuable farm
lands, September 27, 1919, at 2 o'clock
p. m.; one of the best grain, stock or
dairy, farms in Buffalo Valley, $l4
miles southwest of Lewlsburg, Pa,
containing 252H acres. For terms
and other information, adaress Ab
ran W. Wolfe, Lewlsburg, Pa.
Garages, Accessories and Hepalrs
YOUR Dodge plus a Rayfleld car
buretor. That's a great combination—
a Bayfield equipped Dodge. The spe
cial Dodge model is Inexpensive and
the saving in gasoline bills Is from
15 to 30 per cent., will pay for it in a
short time. A Rayfleld on any car In
creases Its efficiency all around. My.
, how she pulls the hills. Agency Fed
erick's Garage, 1807-09 North Seventh!
St, Hurrisburg. Pa.
AUTO repairing of all kind: first
i class mechanics on ,all makes of cars.
Susquehanna Motor Co, 117-121 South
Third St. Open day and night.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE. Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Zella M. Drake,
late of the City of Harrisburg, Dau-
Shin County. Pa, deceased, having
een granted to the undersigned, all
persons Indebted to said Estate are
requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement, to
JAMES A. DRAKE,
Administrator,
1235 N. Sixth St, Harrisburg, Fa.
Railroad Unions
Have Trouble Over
Wilson Parley Delegates
Washington, Sept. 27. Dispute
has arisen between the four railroad
brotherhoods and the fourteen oth
er unions of railroad employes as
to representation in the Industrial
' j conference called by President Wll-
I son for October 6.
j The President Instructed Director
j General Hin£s to have the railroads'
■ unions represented by four men and
Mr. Hines transmitted the Instruc
tions to all the unions. The four
brotherhoods appointed the four
I men without regard to the other
i employes. Protest soon was forth-
I coming from the shop, maintenance
| of way, clerk and other unions, that
j they should be allowed to particl
i pate in the selection of the represen
i tatives, but the question has not
been settled.
The four brotherhoods were said
to have based their action on the
fact of the appointment of other
i delegates to the conference by the
American Federation of Labor, with
which the fourteen railroad unions
are affiliated.
Rumors of Haymaking
Angers Senator Johnson!
WaslUngton. Sept. 27. Senator
Hiram Johnson became angry yes
terday# over the suggestion, which
has hovered about the Capitol cor
ridors for two weeks, that he was
making political hay while the sun
of public Interest in the League of
Nations is shining in the West.
The Senator from California made ■
vigorous reply in the Senate to a
"surmise" by Senator Williams, of
Mississippi, that he was going to
San Francisco to-day primarily to
look after some political fences
which had broken down when a
group of prominent Republican
leaders, swayed by President Wil
son's words, had become supporters i
of the League.
Senator Johnson, before his wrath
cooled, had entered upon a discus
sion of his amendment to the League
• to equalize the voting strength of
the United States and the British
empire which caused both Repub
licans and Democrats to squirm in
their seats for fear in his anger he '
! might move for its consideration. I
LEGAL NOTICES
My wife, Miriam Mellinger, having
left my bed and board without just
cause, I hereby notify all persons not
to harbor nor trust her on my ac
count, as 1 will not pay any debts
I contracted by her.
(Signed) MARVIN E. MELLINGER.
NOTICE. Letters of Admlnistra- I
tion on the Estate of C. Day Rudy, j
deceased, late o£ Harrisburg, Pa,
have been granted to Sarah E. Rudy,
the undersigned, to whom all persons
indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment, and those having
claims against the estate will present
them to
SARAH E. RUDY,
Administratrix,
1513 N. Third St, nurrisburg, Pa.
Or io
WM. S. SNYDER, ESQ,
Attorney,
5 N. Third St, Harrisburg, I'a.
NOTICE is hereby given that certi
ficate No. 40 for tour shares of the
stock of the City Transfer Company,
standing in the name of E. B. Mitchell
has been lost and that the under
signed will apply to the company for
the issue of a new certificate in lieu
thereof.
COMMONWEALTH TRUST CO, !
Executor of the will of E. B. '
Mitchell, deceased.
, i, . i
NOTICE is hereby given that a spe- i
cial meeting of the stockholders of
1 the Tri-County Telephone Company I
will le held' in tno principal office of I
1 the company, Harrisburg, Pa, on the 1
22nd day of October, 1919, at 2 P. M„ j
to take action on approval or disap- i
provul of an agreement providing for 1
the sale of all of the frujichlses, cor- I
porate property, rights and credits I
of the Tri-County Telephone Com- |
pany to the Cumberland Valley Tele- i
phone Company, of Pa.
OSCAR K. KINES, * |
Secretary.
.
NOTICE is hereby given that a sp( - i
cial meeting of the stockholders of !
the. Cumberland Val'ey Telephone I
Company of Pa, will be lielal
in the principal office of the |
company. Harrisuurg, I'a, on the 22nd i
day of October, 19N), at 2 P. M, to!
take action on approval or disap- i
proval of an agreement providing for !
the purchase by the Cumberland Val- I
ley Telephone Company of Pennsyl
vania of all the franchises, corpor
ate property, rights and credits of
the Tri-County Telephone Company. ;
OSCAR IC. KINES,
Secretary. !
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ~ f
SAFETY
Bureau of Water and Light |
Bids wfn be received at the office |
of the Superintendent of Public Saf
ety. Room 10, Court House, to 11
o'clock A. M, October 10th, 1919, for I
the laying of water pipes in Belle- j
vue Road from 18th street to 19th ;
street, in Rotleston street trom Syca- !
more street to Peinberton street, and j
in Berkley Place from line running
parallel to Taylor Boulevard about
275 feet west. The right to reject |
any or all bids is reserved. Plans
can be seen and specifications' ob
tained at above office.
S. F. HASSLEIt, !
Superintendent. |
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CONDITION
of the
Trust Company
AT THE CLOSE OF
Business September 23, 1919
ASSETS LIABILITIES '
Loans $2,289,081 77 Capital ."T.s 400,000 00
Bonds and stocks ... 626,493 53 Surplus 600,000 00
Real estate 160,200 00 Undivided profits .. 45,738 46
Cash and reserve .... 658,760 12 Dividend unpaid . / 172 00
Deposits 2,688,624 96
$3,734,535 42 $3,734,535 42
v
Trust Funds $ 4,251,268 82
Corporate trusts 24,143,400 00
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SEPTEMBER 27, 1919.
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MARKETS |
MOW YORK STOCKS
NUhandler Brother* and Company
members of New York and Philadel
phia Stock Exchanges—3 North Mar
ket Square, Harrlsburg; 1338 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia; 34 Pine street.
New York furnish the following
quotations; Open Close
Amer. T. and T 99% 100
Allis Chalmers 46 47 '
Amer. Beet Sugar 32% 93
American Can 63% 66%
Am. Car and Fndry C 0...132 132%
Amer. Loco 107% 108%
Amer. Smelting 72% 73
American Sugar ...4...138 138%
Anaconda 68% 68%
Atchison 89% 89%
Baldwin Locomotive.... 136 % 136%
Baltimore and Ohio .... 39% 39%
Bethlehem Steel 98%104%
Butte Copper 27% 27%
Calif. Pet 52 52%
Central Leather 101% 101%
Chi., Mil and St. Paul .. 42% 42%
Chi., K. 1. end Pacific... 28 28
Chico Con. Copper 43% 42%
Col. Fuel and Iron 45 45
Corn Products 88% 88%
Crucible Steel 210 223
United Food 87% 88
Erie 15% 15%
General Motors 266 256%
Great North., pfd 85% 86
Goodrich, B. F 80% 81
(Great North. Ore, subs .. 46% 45%
Hide and Leather 35% 35%
lllde and Leather, pfd. .. .127% 127%
Inspiration Copper ...... 60 60%
International Paper .a. 60% 61
Kenecott 35% 35%
Lackawanna Steel 84 85%
Lehigh Valley 48 48
Maxwell Motor 47% 48%
'Merc. War Ctfs 57%. 57%
Merc. War Ctfs., pfd 118% 118%
[ Mex. Petroleum ...' 218% 218%
Midvale Steel 61 52
I Mo. Pacific 28 28%
Mo. Ivans.. T 12% 12%
N Y„ N. H. and H 31% 32
N. Y., Ont. and West..... 20 20
Norfolk and West 99 99
i Northrn Pacific 86% 86%
l'enna. R. It 43 . 42%
Pittsburgh Coal 64% 64
Railway Steel Spg 99 99%
Ray Con. Copper .. 23 22%
Reading .' 79% 79%
Republic Iron and Steel.. 92 94781
Southern Pacific 100% 101%
I Studebuker 117% 119%
Union Pacific 122% 1V3%
U. S. I. Alcohol 140 139%
U. S. Steel 103% 106%
U. S. Rubber 116% 116%
U. S. Steel, pfd., 114 114
Utah Copper 82% 82%
White Motors 62 7s 63
Wcstinghouse Mfg 54% 55 74
Willys-Overland 33% 34
N. Y. Central 74 74
Sinclair Oil 60% 60%
! PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE -
I Philadelphia, Sept. 21.—Corn steady,
yellow as to grade and location. 31.65
@1.70; to arrive; spot, $1.7001.75.
Oats—Lower; No. 1. 79®80c; No. 2,
78® 80c; No. 3, 77® 78c.
Butter—Higher; western creamery,
extra. 64® 66c; nearby prints, fancy,
69 0 71c.
Eggs—Higher; nearby firsts, 316.80;
current receipts, $16.20; western, ex
tra firsts. 316.80; western firsts, 315.60
@16.20; fancy selected packed, 63®
65<: per dozen.
Bran—Easter; soft winter spot in
100 pound sacks. $45046 per ton;
spring. 344@45.
Potatoes Firm, Penna. higher;
!'#nna per 100 pounds, 32.5002.80.
/Live Poultry—Lower; fowls, 280
35c. as to quality; broiling chickens.
35 036 c.
Cheese—Steady; New York and
A corporation of national reputation, offers
opportunities for sevehd young men of good edu
cation to learn its business.
The work is mechanical in its nature, the loca
tion is out of town.
We prefer young men 20 to 22 years of age
who have completed a high school course.
Make application in your own handwriting,
stating your age, education, previous business
experience, if any, and stating your willingness
to b£ located, if necessary, a considerable distance
i from this locality.
! \
Adequate salary is paid during the instruction
j period and there are exceptional opportunities
j for advancement for earnest, serious-minded
young men. We urge others not to make appli
cation.
Address Box 7605, care of Telegraph.
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Wisconsin, full milk. 30032 a
Dressed Poultry—Firm; fowls freak
killed, choleo to fancy. $80S9o; email
sizes, 23035 c: roosters, 33c; spring
ducks. Long Island. 82 0 25c; broiling
chickens, Jersey, 40 048 c; others near
by, 30 0 38c; western choice, 30031 c;
spring ducks, 31 0 33a
Flour—Firm; fair demand; winter
straight western new, 310.10010.40;
winter straight nearby new, 22.75010;
Kansas straight, new 3110L1.26;
Kansas short patent, new, $ll-260
11.76: spring short patent, new, $l2O
12.25; new. $11.50011; spring patent,
new, $11.60012; spring first clear,
new. $9.2509.75. .
Hay—Quiet but Steady; timothy.
No. 1. $33 per ton; No. 2. $20030; No.
3, $26027; clover mixed hay, light
mixed, $29030; No. 1. $2B 0 29.
Tallow —Quiet; prime city loose,
15 %c; special loose, lfc; prime coun
try, 14 %c; edible In tierces, 18912 a
CHICAGO CATTCK MARKET
Chicago, Sept. 27.—Hogs—Receipts,
3,000; strong to 25c higher. Heavy.
$16.50017.75; medium. SI(.7COIT.'BO;
light. $16.75017.76; light lights. $l6
017.40: heavy packing sows, smooth.
$15.76016.25; packing sows, rough,
$15.25015.76; pigs, $16.35016.60.
Cattle—Receipts 1,000; compared
with a week ago. native beef steers
and bulls, 50 to 75c higher; she stock
1 and range cattle mostly 26c higher;
veal calves steady; heavy calves 50c
to 75c lower; stackers and feeders. 25
to 50c higher !
Sheep—Receipts 800; compared with
n week ago. lambs unevenly 60c to
$1 higher; medium feeders and ln
betweei. natives advancing most;
fat sheep and yearlings strong to 50c
higher, some feeding and breeding
grades up more.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS
Philadelphia, Sept. 27.— Stocks clos
ed strong.
Baldwin Loco 116
General Asphalt 126%
General pfd. ......... 188
Lake Superior 20
Lehigh Nav 67
T.ehigh Val 48
P. R. R 43
Phlla. Electric 25%
Phlla. Company 34%
Phila. Co., pfd. 28
Phlla. Rapid Transit 26
Reading . .. . l 79%
Storage Battery 110%
Union Traction 37%
U. G. 1 64
111. S. Steel 106%
York Railways 6%
York Railways, pfd 28
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADF.
Chicago. Sept. 27.— Board of Trade
closing:
Corn —Dec. 12574; May 123%.
Oats —Dec. 70% ; May 73%.
Pork—Oct. 36.10; Jan. 35.
Lard—Oct. 27; Jan. 23.25. V
Ribs—Oct 18.40; Jan. 18.95.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Emory Sheesley, I.ykens, and Lizzie
O. Shiley, Wiconisco.
Martin Hoffman and Katherino
Brown, Steelton.
Robert E. IJghtner. Summerdalf,
and Anna M. Charleston. Newville.
George S. Mahon and Esther O.
Fors, Hershey.
Charles H. Martin and Mary L.
Trostle, Harpishurg.
CADDIES' TOI'RYF.Y
The following results of the cad
dies' tournament at Deservolr Park
yesterday were announced as Ralph
D. Geilharp. 42-44: E. J. Clark. 47-50;
Raymond D. Linker, 54-55; and Louis
Bardell, 54-57. The prizes will he
golf clubs.
DU SEALS ASTENOIUr L
fl HARRIBtfaSTEHOILWORKS |1
11 ISO LOCUST 81. HARRISEft. PA. U