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GEO. H. SOURBIEK
till) X. Third Street
HB SAMUEL S. FACKLER,
1312 Deny St.
BELLI 9; 6 DIAL 2188
HHK REDO) PH K, SPICE It
Funeral Director and Embalmcr
511 North Second Street.
■■KKIL2H DIAL 2145
G. K. BP. EST LE.
waar 17 45 X. (th St.
ALSO MiDDLETOWN OFFICE
lg£^Bp E EL 24-'3 DIAL 3295 j
LIP"." WHERE TO DINE
AIA'A HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.'
gjgj^P 1 THE HOME OF SATISFACTION. I
IJHL CEMETERY IiOYS FOR SALE
- PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY—I
Beautifully situated en Market street. ]
J^^^ ea st of Twenty-sixth, and on the ]
north and east faces tlie new park-j
MDvay. Tho price of lots moderate.
Miller Bros. & Co.. Agents
"'cHr USED CAR DEPARTMENT
DECEMBER THRiVT SALE
NEW cars will be priced
higher after the si of the
year. Used cars > II also be
higher. We are Ifcring all
■-afer used cars in our Btocg at
sffifcy; THRIFT PRICES. Our fiscal
year closes this month and
we n " t * intend to cair>
|M§r . over a single far. At the
Prices we are marking them
they are Belling as fast as we
can overhaul anu repaint
Overland Country Club with i
Winter top. Kefinisiied dark
maroon, black wire wheels
and black top. A nanusoine
car. mechanically guaranteed,
tires good. Sumnn r lop in
Overland Country Club, brown
with cream wire wheels, prae
° tically new tires, goo 4 run
Chalmers seven-passenger six
%• cylinder sedan. R* mushed
l oyal blue with bl . k run
1913 Cadillac touring n * od
mechanical condition tung
inal pain' fine, new storage
HP Open Evenings, Both phones
THE OVERLAND HARI BURG CO.. ;
212-211 North Secunl St.
1 1917 Chandler, club roads'er, 1900.
1917 Mercer touring, , passenger j
very snappy, two spare tiles. A real
T 1918-Chalmers touring, 7 passenger
t ■ just been overhauled, will sacrifice,
yj 1917 Mitchell, touring, resi bargain. ■
1914 Ford louring.
J K The above cars will ap; al to the
average buyer in the market for a
i F good used car. Demonstrat ua given.
I CHELSEA AUTO Ct
A. Schitfman, Manage .
,• One model 84. Willys-Knight coupe,,
newly puinted, new cord tires.
Standard 8. sport model. 1.<20. run
less than 1000 miles.
j B.' REX GARAGE AND SUPPLY CO.
1917 North TTiird
PROSPECTIVE TRUCK Bl VERS !
We are offering a proposition
4 whereby you can earn a larg salary
besides an independent livlnt
£ We have recently signed c> ntracts
with several large conslructii i firms
( '■kin supply them with trucks t! com-
year, which will nunii er 10"
mark". We arc therefore in a ; •sition
£ to serve you in several differei ways
"4. .. With inbuilt quality Felden trucks
£ unlimited service and guarnnu d po-
H Bition that will enable you to carry I
for voUr trucks from its earnings six ,
to eight minutes time, our 19. ■ rec
ords show that during the firs year
Selden trucks were placed in the
I hands of 63 satisfied owners tl ma
| ioritv of whom paid for their ucks
# ■ i n a "like manner. Do not fail t take
) BK advantage of this splendid • i.poi
■| tunitv. Place your order now th you >
i'R mav be assured of early delivei and i
he one of the first on the job when
Hfcepring makes its appearance, b. lens,
? ... t,,, jelivered in the followir- ca-
Wk pacities, 1%. 2. 2%. 3% and a tons. j
Phono Bell 4849 or Dial 69 for j
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PES'" TRUCK DISTRIBU US,
1 1017-25 Market Street,
| Harrisburg. Pa.
Hr SPCOND-HANI) motor truck for
cheap—Fords. Kohter, Cha ners
and Internationals; three-quart. • to
two-ton capacities, $2OO uni up.
H IVTERN YTIONAI. HARVESTER
■ INT MOTOR TRUCK DEPARTM NT.
■k. 619-21 Walnut Street.
"" FORD "WNERS ~
i H , Ve | ave received a large ship) ■nt
H of fronr springs f. r Ford cars and re
"IcJdlKing them for *2.75 apiece C 1-
■ *ea Abto Co.. 22 N. Cameron St. ,
TU IKBAKEU- Light 6: suit, le ]
e c J. Hvery; cheap to quick buyer, eo
S t-oadster; A-1 condition Sible s a-
Third and C imberland Ms.
7 WM. PENN GARAGE
> '4-6 Muench street. Limousines Mr
; funeral*, parties ind balls: careful
y drivers; open day and niglit. Bell.
:t 4564. I
■r C>:J) AI'TOS
wanise ufd wre<:ked or oldtimt s.
Bv^ 4 *rir avt condition. See me before a •-
Brk * ym fir IT S: elAwhen Chelsea Auto
ft Wreekinff. A." „hi :man. 22-24-26 N.
|f Cameron stre. ' ■ II 3633.
t■ M ' FOR SALF. '
7 *al 9 Buicl; roadster) in Al
'W eonditlon. \ Apply Klt/ C it*, Ga-
JF i AGE. 205 |. 17th StJ e .
riverland, nidel 90. touring.
Chevrolet ijiiy Gran, touring.
Studebaker. |pa.-en* 6 cylinder.
> "r^vnwl 1 can"arranged
I / Time SUPPLY CO.
Rt " 1917 N.i'hird Street
Tf- - -""r££r.7> tourinl 1~ model: electric
, k?. and|ulls like new. Price
| I'K" B ' T k nial6-C, C. H. Horst,
$4OO cash. Dia° llarrisburg
,1. Linglestown, n* liarrisourg.
VIAI.E —clvrolet sedan model
4 cheap I" 1 condition. Can be
* icon a" Heraheylearnery Co. garage, i
South Cameron | ,
B (7-ontlnocd it"' Colnnta)
WKU.XtSUAY KUhMMi, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH DECEMBER 31,. 1919.
VIM— -ton: good condition: cheap
CRAWFORD—Hi-ton. new cold pneu
matic tires, furniture body.
.CORY ROADSTER—Good condition,
j CAI) jLLAC—Unit; with two-wheal
Severnl 1919 Dcnby trucks at spe
DENBY SALES CORPORATION.
1203 Capitol Street
KEYSTONE AUTO TOP CO.
All sorts of auto tops anil cushion
work done by experts;, also repair
work. Reasonable rates. 72-(S South
MAGNETOS All types. 4 and 6
Bosch, high tension. Eisman. Dixie.
Splitdorf. Mea. Remy and different
makes of coils, carbureters, etc. A.
Schiflman, 22-24-26 North Cameron
street. Bell 3633.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
BY AN EXPERT
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
1637 NORTH THIRD STREET.
Garages Accessories and Repairs
! YOUR D >DGE TLUS A RAY FIELD
CARBURETOR —Thai's a great cotn-
I lunation. A Raylield equ(ppeil Dodge;
' the special Dodge model is inexpon-
I sive unit the saving in gasoline bills
is from ID to 30 per cent, will pay
for it >n a -hort time; a Kay field on
any car increases its efficiency all
around. My how she pulls the hills.
Agency, Rodericks' Garage, 443 South
Cameron Street. Harrlsburg.
FORD COUPE OR ROADSTER. AD
DRESS WITH PARTICULARS. P. O.
RON 384. HARRISBURG. PA.
IF YOU HAVE
SOMETHING WITH WHICH
i CHOICE OR NECESSITY BIDS
| YOU PART
I YOU WILL FIND IT TO YOUR BEST
INTEREST TO SEE
1422 SO. ISTH. BELL ISTS-J
By virtue of certain writs of
facias, levari facias, liberari facias.
venditioni exponas and alias vendi- j
tioni exponas, issued out of the Court]
of Common Pleas and Orphans' Court
of Dauphin County. Pa., and to me
directed. 1 will expose at Public Sale
or Outorv. at the Court House, in the
City of Harrisburg. Dauphin County,
Pa., on Thursday, January 8. 1920, at
2 o'clock P. M., tho following real
estate, to wit:
No. 2. —All that certain messuage
tenement or tract of land, situate in]
Fast Hanover Township. County of i
I Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania. :
bounded and described as follows, o]
] wit; J
BEGINNING at a post on corner of
' lands of Mr. Little and Daniel
llhoads; thence south seven and
1 three-fourths (71i) degrees east six
i teen (16) perches to a post; thence
south tc. and three fourths (10? i)
j degrees ast sixty-three and four-
I tenths (63 1-10) perches to a stone:
thence south nineteen and one-half
(191.,) degrees east seventy-four and
nine-tenths (74 9-10) perches; thence
south eighty-two and one-half (82%),
'degrees west one hundred and fifteen
(115) perches along land of John
Zearing to a stone; thence north ten
(10) degrees west forty-two and one
tenth "(12 1-10) perches to a post;
thence north eighty-seven (37) de
[ greos west six and six-tenths (6 6-10)
perches; thence north along the land
of John Shellerhamer six and otie
! fourth (6'i) degrees west thirty-nine
i(39) perches to a stone; thence south
■ sixty-eight and one-lialf (68%) de
grees west thirty-nine (39) perches
to a stone in Manada Creek; thence
I up along the course of said creek to
| a stone on corner oT land of Daniel
i Rhoads; thence north sixty-five (654
I degrees east thirty-nine (39) perches
to a White Oak; thence south seven
and three-fourths (""i) degrees east
'twelve and live-tenths (12 5-10)
1 perches to a white oak; thence north
I seventy-nine and one-half (79%) de-
I glees east ninety-five and five-tenths
! i 95 5-10) perches to the place of be
Containing 110 acres and 88
And being the same property or
farm which George McNew and wite
1 sold and conveyed unto Mrs. Sadie
.Ellen Gilbert. Sold as tn- property
'of George Gilbert and Sadie 16 Gil
(FOX A GEYER. ATTORNEYS.)
No. 3. —All the following described
two tracts of land, lying and being
situate in the township of Swataia.
in the County of Dauphin and State
lof Pennsylvania, bounded and limited
Trr.t No. 1 being lots Nos. 318.
j319, fi-'O. 521, 323, 324 and 325 in a plot
'of lots laid out by C. L. Brinser, and
known as "Rutherford Heights" (said
[plan being recorded in the R corder's
| Office in and for the County of
Dauphin, in Plan Book "K," page 5).
I adjoining Lot No. 317 on the east and
Lot No. 326 on the west, fronting ;ivo
hundred (20P( feet on Huntingdon
Street, and running back in a north
lerly direction, a uniform width
throughout, one hundred and fifty
(150) feet, more or less, to Locust
I Avenue, having thereon erected and
now being, four double, brick dwell
Tract No. 2. being la)t No. 230 in
the within mentioned plot ot lots, ad
joining lot No. 329 on the east and
I Lot No. 331 on the west, front'ng
i twenty-five (25) feet --n Huntingdon
Street, and extending back in a
northerly direction, a uniform width
throughout, one hundred and fifty
I (IS6) feet, more or less, to IsOCUat
] Avenue, having thereon erected and
i now being, the one-half of a double.
] brick dwelling house, the boundary
'line between I,otS Nos. 330 and 331.
Fold as the property of Joseph A.
I Koons, mortgugor, and Sarah Heller,
real owner, defendants.
(FOX A* GEYER. ATTORNEYS.)
No. 4.—A1l the following described
three lots of ground, lying and being
I -ituate in the township of Swatara.
|.n the county of Dauphin and State of
j Pennsylvania, bounded and limited as
Lot No. 1, being Ixit No. 312 in plan
|of lots laid out by C. L. Brinser, and
known as "Rutherford Heights." sail
'plan being recorded in the Recorder's
! Office of Dauphin County, in Plan
Book "E," page 5. and fronting
twenty-five (25) feet on Huntingdon
iFtreet. and extending back of uni
form width, one hundred and fifty
Wvibl feet, more or less, to Locust
I Avenue, having thereon erected the
cne-half of a double, two story, brick
Lot No. 2, being Tot No. 313 on the
plan of lots referred to above front
ing twenty-five (25) feet on Hunting
don Street and extending back one
hundred and fifty (150) feet, more or
less, to Locust Avenue, having erect
ed thereon the one-half of a double,
two-storv, brick dwelling.
Lot No. 3. being Lot No. 317 on the
plan of lots referred to above front
ing twenty-five (25) feet on Hunting
don Street, and extending back one
hundred unil fifty (150) feet, more or
less, to Locust Avenue, having ereet
ed thereon the one-half of a double
two-story, brick dwelling. Sold as
the property of Frank MeElroy, mort
gagor. Sarah Heller, real owner, de
(FOX & GEYER. ATTORNEYS )
No. 5.—A1l the right, title and in
terest ef L. R. Arnold and Emma O.
Arnold In and to all that plot of
ground situate In the borough of
Highsplre. Dauphin County, Pennsyl
vania. bounded and described 'as
BEGINNING at point, the corner of
Mari.-t and Arch Streets; thence
along said Arch "treet one hundred
and ( wenty-five <125) feet to Locust
Allei thence along said Locust Alley
two ndred forty-*!- (246) feet, nine
I ( 9) 1 Uies to Church Alley: thence
lalonn lhurch Allev one hundred and I
twen five (125) feet to Market
dtrtn and THANNJ *IAD* id u, ,„I
Street two hundred forty-six (346)1
feet nine (9) inches to the intersec-1
s tlon of Market Street with Arch I
■ Street, the place of beginning. Rein*?;
,I. ots Nos. 1.) to 24. both inclusive,.
Block "TV* laid out by J. W. Hoop. !
known an J. W. Hoop's second exten
sion tf Tiighspire. recorded in Plan;
, Book "A." page 56; always subject to :
• the condition that the main buildings;
: tnust be built or erected on line with
■ the street* and nilevs. Having there-!
lon erected a double two and a ha'f-!
j story frame dwelling house and out!
For title, -ee Deed Book "F." Vol.
16. page 101 nd Will Book "K." page I
Sold as the property of I- It. Arnold i
[and Emma l Arnold, defendants. ;
I (ROSEXBI RG Ss ROSENBERG,
. No. 6.—Morris Stine. et ux et al. to!
| Louis Swltpmr. September 12. 1911!.'
jDeed Book "N." Vol. 16. page 323. etc.]
j No. I. Beginning at a point on the!
I western line of Cowden Street thirtv-]
(two (3!) feet and six (6) inches south'
of the southern line of York Street:!
| thence southwardly along Cowden]
, Street sixteen feet to a point; thence I
I west wardly paralle with York Stre >t'
one hundred twenty-six (126) feet six
i (6) Inches, more or less, to Ash'
jStreet: am thence northwardly alongl
jthe eastern line of Ash Street sixteen,
(16) feet t! a point: thence eastwa'd- |
Ily parallel with York Street one;
hundred twenty-six (126) feet and j
six (6) in hes more or less, to the :
place of 1 ginning. Thereon being
house No. 106 Cowden. Street.
No. 2. I eginntng at a point on the:
western Hi •> of Cowden Street sixteen !
(lb' feet and six inches south of the I
southern lne of York Street: thence]
southwardly along Cowden Street:
! sixteen fret to a point: thence west-I
|wardly patallel with York Street one!
hundred twenty-six (126) feet and six]
|inches, more . r less, to Ash Street:!
thence northw, rdly along the eastern
line of Ash Street sixteen feet to a
point; thenee eastwardly parallel '
with York Street one hundred
twenty-six (126) feet and live inches,
more or less, to the place of begin
ning. Having thereon erected house
No. DOS Cowden Street. Sold as the
property of Ixniis Swimmer, defend
■ a. P. BOWMAN ATTORNEY.)
No. T.—All the following two tracts
of land situate in the citv of ITarris
. burg. Dauphin County. Pennsylvania,
bounded and described as follows, to
• i t •
| No. 1. Beginning at a point on tho
: southern line of Pwatara Street, one
| hundred (100) feet eastwardly from
[Twenty-first Street; thence south
: wardly at right angles to Swatara
jStreet one hundred (106) feet to
McCleaster Avenue; thence eastward
ly along said : enue twenty (20) feet
to line of projerty No. 2112 Swatara
Street; thence northwardly along said
line through the center of n partition
wall one hundred (100) feet to Swa
tara Street; thence westwardly along
the southern 'ine of Swatara Street
twenty (20) f-et to the place of be
ginning. Thereon erected a frame
dwelling house No. 2111 Swatara
For title see Deed Book "F," Vol.
16. page 363. Sold as the property of
J. W. Lloyd, defendant.
No. 2. Beginning at a point on the
southern line of Swatara Street, one
hundred twenty (120) feet eastward
ly from Twenty-first Street at line of
property No. 2111 Swatara Street;
thence in a southerly direction
parallel with Twenty-first Street
through the center of a partition wall
one hundred (100) fret to McCleaster
Avenue; thence eastwardly along the
northern line of said avenue twenty
(20) feet to a point: thence north
wardly parallel with Twenty-first I
Street" one hundred (100) feet to]
Swatara Street: thence westwardly
along the southern line of Swatara
Street twenty (20) feet to the place
Thereon erected a frame dwelling
house No Swatara Street.
For title - Deed Book "E." Vol.
16. page 34" 1
Sold as the i roperty of J. W. Lloyd,
No. S.—AH that certain two-story
frame house and lot of ground situ
ated In the City of Harrlsburg bound
ed and described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point on Wallace
Street in the center of Lot No. 37 in
the plan of the town of Paxton as
laid out by William Colder and re
corded in the Pecorder's Office in and
for Dauphin County in Deed Book
"A." Vol. 3, page 458. The said Wal
lace Street being in sa'd plan called
and designated Filbert Street subse
quently bv the proper authorities re
named and designated Wallace
Street, thence northwest along the
line of Wallace Street, afo-esaid,
thirteen feet to the corner of I>ot No.
38 in said plan. Thence along the
line of Lot No. 38 one hundred and
forty feet, more or less, to Current
Avenue or Alley; thence down Cur-|
rant Avenue thirteen feet to a point
in the center of said Lot No. 37 and
thence in a straight line through
middle of I*>t No. 3-7 to Wallace
Street aforesaid at the place of be
ginning being the northwestern one
half or moiet> of said Lot No, 37.
Sold as the property of Nathan
1 (E. W. JACKSON. ATTORNEY.)
! No. 9.—No. ' —All that certain piece
or parcel of land situate in the City of
'Harrisburg. Dauphin County, and
State of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows:
BEGINNING at the southeast
corner of Wallace and Cumber
land Streets and running thence
' southwardly along Wallace Street,
jl4 feet, mi "re or less, to other
| land of said defendants; thence east-
I wardly along said land 68 feet, more
■or less, to private alley; thence
I northwardly along said alley 14 feet,
more or les- to Cumberland Street:
II hence westwardly along Cumberland
'Street 68 fe° t to the place of begin
ning. and having thereon erected the
] building now known us No. 1135 Wat
j lace Street, said building being a
] two and on halt'-story frame tlwell
[ing house, 4x22 feet in size, with
itwo-story ack building annexed.
14x22 feet i size, all in good repair.
For title so deed recorded in Deed
130..k "L." Yd. 16. sage 285. etc.
i No. 2 —All hat certain piece or parcel
of land, situite in the City of tlarris
| burg. Daup in County and State of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described
! BEGINNING on the eastern line
lof Wallac- Street. fourteen (14)
feat distant Southwardly from Cum
berland s^t: -t. and running thence
' eastwardly along said land 68 feet,
more or Ess. to a private allev;
thence southwardly along said alley
14 feet to a point; thence westwardly
CS feet, mor or less, to said Wallace
Street; th-nce northwardly along
said Walla Street 14 feet to the
place of beginning, having thereon
erected tl)e building now known as
No. 1133 Wallace Street, said build
ing being b tw o and one-hall'-story
frame duel ing louse. 14x22 feet in
size with two-story back building
annexed. 1"\14 in size.
For title ,ee deed recorded In Deed
Book "L." Vol. 16. page 285, etc.
Sold as the property of Jacob
Wiener, Ai.nle Wiener, his wife, de
I No. 10. — All that lot or piece of
land in Harrlsburg. Pa., bounded and
described as follows:
BEGINNING at the southeastern
corner of Wallace and Cumberland
Street; th' nee southwardly twenty
eight feet more or less, to land now
or lute of Mary Fogerty; thence east
wardly si .-eight feet, more or less,
to a pri ~te alley; thence north
wardly tv mty-eight feet, more or
less, to imberland Street: thence
westward along Cumberland Street
sixty-eigl t feet to th place of be
Thereof being houses Nos. 1133 and
1)35 Waliace Street.
Sold at the property of Annie
Weiner and Jacob Weiner. her hus
No. 11.—iAIl that land in llarris
burg. Pa., bounded and described as
BEGINNING at the northwestern
corner of. Seventh and Woodbine
Streets: thence northwardly along
Ihe wester i line of Seventh Street 95
feet, more or less, to an alley 13 feet,
more or le: s. side; thence westwardly
along the Houthern line of said alley
23 feet ant I 2 inches, more or less, to
a point on land of Patrick H. Vaughn:
thence southwardly along the line of
said land 9 5 feet, more or less, to said
Woodbine Street, thence eastwardly
along the northern line of Woodbine
Street 14 jfeet and 4 Inches, more or
less to th. • plago of beginning.
Thereon being house No. 664 Wood
bine Stree :. • !
Fold a* the property of Bella M.
Baker, mo rtgagor. William H. Myers,
real owner. defendants.
No. 1! -All that certain lot. piece
or nanul n( land, aituntad in Lha
Borough of Steelton. Dauphin County.
en nsyl v ania, bounded and described
as follows, to wit:
BEGINNING at a point, fifty-eight
'as) feet north from the northeast
corner of Third and Washington
*"* l reels. Steelton. on the eastern side
of Third Street, adjoining land of)
Joseph Zaeks, ar.d at a point in the j
center of a prlvnte alley between the j
land of said Joseph Zacks and the]
land herein described: thence north- i
wardly along Third Street to the cen- i
tcr of a private alley between houses
numbered 583 and .685 South Third
Street, and adjoining other lands,
now or formerly, of Abraham Lich
tenstein, forty-one (41) feet, four (4)
inches; thence eastwardly at right]
angles to Third Street, and through I
the center of said private allev I
ninety-nine (99) feet. three (3) ]
inches, more or less, to Boyer Allev:'
thence south along Boyer Alley.!
forty-one (41) feet, four (4) inches to'
line of said lot of Joseph ZacKsil
'hence by the same westwardly and
through the center of the said first
thehUened private alley, ninety-nine
(99) feet, three (3) inches, to the
place of beginning.
Having thereon erected three
three-story frame dwelling houses,
numbered 555. 587 and 589 South
third Street. Steelton.
See mottgage recorded in Mortgage!
Book "P." Vol. 12. page 303.
Sold as the property of David 11. i
I RI'PP. ATTORNEY.)
No. 13.—A1l those certain two lots'
of land with the improvements there- |
on erected situate in the City of:
Harrisburg. County of Dauphin, and;
state of Pennsylvania, more partieu- ■
larly bounded and described as fol- '
BEGINNING at a point on the
western line of Cowden Street, six
teen feet and six Inches south of the
southern line of York Street; thenee
southwardly along Cowden Street,
sixteen feet to a point: thence west
wardly parallel with York Street,
one hundred and twenty-six feet and i
six Inches, more or less, to Ash
: reet: thence northwardly along in*"
eastern line of Ash Street, sixteen
feet to a point: thenee eastward'y
parallel with York Street one hun
dred and twenty-six feet and live
inches, more or less, to the place oT
No. 2. Beginning at a point on the
western line of Cowden Street, thirty
two feet and six inches south of the
southern line of York Street: thence
westwardly parallel with York
Street one hundred and twenty-six
feet six inches, more or less, to Ash
Street and thence northwardly along
the eastern line of Ash Street sixteen
feet to a point: thence eastwardly
parallel with York Street one hun
dred and twenty-six feet and six
inches, more or less, to the place of
Thereon being house No. 906
See Mortgage recorded in Mortgage
Book "G." Vol. 12, page 77.
Sold as the property of Morris
Stine and Isaac "Woolf. defendants.
No. 14.—A1l that certain tract of
land situate in Conewago Township.
County of Dauphin and State of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows to wit:
BEGINNING at a stake in the pub
lic road: thence by land of John N.
Grubb and Henry Heisey. respec
tively. due south, ninety-five (95)
perches and six-tenths, to a stake:
thence by land of Henry G. Heisey.
south seventy-nine and one-half
(79%) degrees west, eighteen and
three-tenths (18 3-10) perches to a
stake; thence by land of William
Kopn. due north ninety-eight (93)
perches to a stake in said pu'.lic
rond: thence along the same north
eighty-eight (88) degrees east
eighteen (18) perches to the place of
beginning; containing ten (10) acres
and ope hundred and forty (140)
perches neat measure: being Lot No.
9 on plan of Colebroolt lots.
Sold as the property of Samuel H.
Hoffer. mortgagor. Lydia A. Bailey,
real owner, defendants.
(DA VIES. ATTORNEY.)
No. 15.—Situate in the Seventh
Ward of the City of Harrisburg.
Countv of Dauphin, and State of
Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows, to wit:
BEGINNING at a point in the
northern line of Boyd Avenue, distant
westwardlv forty (40) feet, eight and
one-halt (8%) inches, more or less,
from the northwest corner of Boyd
Avenue and Seventh Street opposite
the center of the division wall of this
and house No. 648 Boyd Avenue;
thence in a northerly direction
through the center of said division
wall and continuing along a lot one
hundred and one (101) feet, more or
les3, to the southern line of a four
feet wide private alley; thence in a]
westwardly direction along the west-'
ern line of said alley thirteen (i 3)
feet seven (7) inches, more or less, to]
a point on the division line of this
and adjoining lot: thence in a south
erly direction along the line of this
and adjoining lot and through the
partition wall of this and house No.
041 Bovd Avenue one hundred and
one (101) feet, more or less, to the
northern line of Boyd Avenue: thence
in an easterly direction along the
northern line of Boyd Avenue thir
teen (13) feet seven (7) inches, more
or less, to the place of beginning,
having erected thereon a brick dwell
ing house known as No. 646 Boyd
Avenue, together with the use of a
private allev in the rear of said lot in
common with owners of other prop
Sold as the property of Magdalena
Seized and taken into execution and
to be sold by
W. W. CALDWELL.
| Sheriff's Office. Harrisburg, December
T'HE'VHGHHST AND BEST BIDDER
SHALL BE Til E BUYER
Terms: The purchaser will be
required to pay FIFTY DOLLARS OF
the amount of his bid when the prop
erty shall have been knocked off to
him. if under $500; above that
amount. 10 per cent of the purchase
money; and the residue of the pur
chase money before the confirmation
of the sale' by the Court. And if
complied with, a deed will be ten
dered bv the Sheriff, at the next
Court of Common Pleas for Dauphin
County, conveying to the purchaser
all the right, title, interest and claim
which the said defendant lias in and
to the said property at the time of
levying tho same.
If the above conditions be not com
plied with on the part of the pur
chaser. and the said property be on
that account again offered for sale by
ihe Sheriff, the said purchaser will be
held liable for the deficiencies and
additional cost of such sale.
Letters testamentary on the estate
of John Thaddeus Book, late of the
City of Harrisburg. Dauphin county,
Pa., having been granted to the un
dersigned. all persons indebted to said
j estate are requested to make imme-
I diate pavment. and those having
claims against the estate will present
ithem for settlement, to
EDGAR S. BOOK.
i 1522 N. 6th St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Or B. F. D.MBERUER. Attorney,
j 108 North Second St..
Office of the Blough Manufacturing
i Company. Ine., Harrisburg, Pa.
| Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the said corporation for the election
of directors tor the ensuing year and
for the transaction of any otner busi
ness that may arise at said meeting
will be held Tuesday. January 6. 1920,
at 2 o'clock p. in., at the office of the
said corporation, corner of Reily and
Fulton streets. Harrisburg, Pa.
J. W. DEOHANT,
NOTICE —Letters testamentary on
the estate of Joseph P. Wilcox, lute of
Washington. D. C.. deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned re
siding in Washington. 1). C., all per
sons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment,
and those having claim* will present
them for settlement.
MRS. LUTHELLA WILCOX SHUNK,
147 13th St., N. E.
Washington. D. C.
NOTICE —Letters of administration
on the estate of Frank Cerjanlc, late
of Steelton. Dauphin county. Pa . de
ceased. having been granted to the
undersigned, all person* indebted to
said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having
claims will present them for settle
COMMONWEALTH TRUST CO.,
Administrator, Harrlsburg, Pa.
CHARLES C. STROA AJA*.
LEGAL NOTICES j<
"TO manufacturers. dibtribu-'I
TORS AND DEALERS"
Owing: to the unusual conditions
arising in neighboring states from
the sale and distribution of mixtures .
containing wood alcohol which lius j
resulted in a large number of deaths. '
i the Pennsylvania State Department'
of Health In conjunction with the
Pennsylvania Food Commissioner and;
the Pennsylvania Board of Pharmacy ,
nnd the Attorney Ueneral's Depart-|
mont, hereby serves notice upon muti
ufacturers. distributors and dealers,
that an embargo will be placed upon j
all non-official preparations contain- ,
ing alcohol unless the manufacturer. ;
dealer or distributor of such prepara- i
11ions satisfy by affidavit the State 1
Department of llrallh that ihe pre-;
Iparatious do not contain wood nl
jcohol. The affidavits must be tiled !■
'with the State Department of Health ,
ion or before January 8. 11)20.
I Commissioner of Health. 1
•YEW lIIKh STOCKS
j Chandler Brothers and Company'
i members of New York and Philadel-.;
' pl.ia Stock Exchanges—3 North Mar-j
j ket Square. Harrisburg; 1338 Chestnut :
street. Philadelphia; 34 Pine street, I
New York furnish the following,
J quotations: Open Noon l
| Am. Tel. and Tel 95% 957 i j
! Allis Chnlmers 48 5"% I
j Amer. Beet Sugar 34', 55 j
j Am. Car and Fndry C 0...13!) 1411... |
| Amer. Isjco 101!s 10114
I Amer. Smelting 6S 69
! American Sugar 138% 140%
j Anaconda ,13 62%
i Atchison 82% 82%
| Baldwin Ix)co 11254 1125,
| 14. and O . 31 31 t,
Bethlehem Steel B 9f> % 961 a
Butte Copper 26 % 26%
Cal. Petro 43 43
Can. Pacific 130 44 131
Central Leather 98% 99%
C. and 0 5 41, 53
Chi., Mil. and St. Paul .. 27 2714
Chino Con. Copper 38% 38%
Col. Fuel and Iron 41 41
Corn Products 84% 84%
Crucible Steel 2171 a 217
Erie 121, 13
General Motors 338 340
Goodrich. B. F 80 81',
Great North, pfd 781, 77 3,
Great North. Ore. subs .. 38 381 a
Inspiration Copper 59 5 , 5974
Interboro Met 3% 314
Int. Nickel 24 241,
Int. Paper 761 i 78%
Kennecott 29% 29%
Kans. City So 15 la 15%
Lackawanna Steel 88 87
Lehigh Valley 41% 40%
Maxwell Motors 39% 30%
Merc. Mar Ctfs 48% 481,
Merc. Mar Ctfs., pfd. ...108% \lOB%
Mex. Petro 215 216
Miami Copper 24% 24%
Mid vale Steel 50 5 5014
Missouri Pacific ... 26 25
N. Y„ N. H. and II 35% 30%
N. Y., Ont. and West. ... 17% 17%
Nevada Copper 15 15
N. Y. Central .. . v 68% 69%
Norfolk and West. . . 96 96
North. Pacific 80% 80%
Pittsburgh Coal 62 62
Penna. R. It 40% 40%
Ray COll. Copper 21% 21%
Reading 7694 76%
Rep. Iron and Steel :....117% 118%
Southern Pacific 102% 102%
Southern Ry 21% 21%
Sinclair Oil and R 43 4 4
Studebaker 108 109%
Union Pacific 122% 123%
U. S. I. Alcohol 111% 114
U. S. Rubber 134% 137%
U. S. Steel 105;, 106%
Utah Copper 75 76
Va.-Caro. Chem 66% 54%
Willys Overland 28% 28%
Hide and Leather 27% 25%
Pierce Arrow 77% 80%
Philadelphia, Dec. 31. Butter—
Lower; western creamery extra. 71c;
nearby prints, fancy. 79® Sic.
Live Poultry—Higher, fowls, 26©
38c as to size and quality; spring
chickens, 2S@34c as to size and qual
ity: old roosters, 22@23c: geese, 26®
3o'o; turkeys. 38® 40c.
Dressed Poultry—Steady: turkeys,
lower. Delaware and Maryland, fancy.
60c; old toms, 45c.
Oats—Quiet, steady: No. 2 white
94%@93; No. 3 white, 93%®94c.
Cheese Steady'; New York and
Wisconsin, full milk held, 31%@33 e
Eggs—Steady: nearby firstsT 821 GO
per case; current receipts. 821; west
ern extra firsts. 321.60; firsts. 320.10®
21; fancy selected packed. S2@B4c pet
Potatoes—Higher; Penna In 100
pounds. 33.60©3.75; New York, 33.25
Flour—Quiet but firm, soft winter
straight western, 310.50® 11; nearby,
310.10® 10.50; hard winter straight.
313 © 13.25; short patent $13.50®11;
spring clear, $email@example.com; patent. 314
®14.50; short patent. 314.40® 15.10;
fancy spring and city mills paten'.,
family brand. $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hay—Quiet and steady; timothy,
choice. 334 per ton: Nif. 1. $33; No.
2, 331®32; No. 3. 327®28; sample. 322
®24; clover mixed hay, light mixed.
331®32; No. 1 mixed. $28®29.
Tallow—Dull; prime city loose, 16c;
special loose. 16% c; prime country,!
loc; edible in tierces. 19©20 c.
Bran—Quiet but steady; soft winter
bran western in 100 lbs sacks. sso©
'50.50; spring. email@example.com.
| CHICAGO CATTLE MARKET
I Chicago. Dec. 31.—Hogs Receipts
17.000; mostly -0 to 15c higher. Bulk,
i 314.30© 14.45; tpo, 314.50. Heavy. 314.20
I ©14.45: medium, 314.30® 14.50; light,
I $14.20®14.45; light light. 113.65® 14.30;
I heavy packing sows, smooth. 313.65®
14.10; packing sows, rough. 313©13.60;
'pigs. 313.50© 14.
| Cattle —Receipts 1,000, firm. Beef
| steers, medium and heavyweight,
.choice and prime. 318.75®20; medium
jand good. 310.75® 18.75; common, 38.75
I @10.75; light, good and choice. 313.501
@19.25; common and medium. sB®
113.50; butcher cattle, heifers, $6.40®
1 14.75; cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org; canners and
cutters, $email@example.com; veal calves, $15.75 I
!@l7; feeder steers, s7@ 12.25: stoclters
i steers, s6® 10.25.
I Sheep Receipts 8.000, steady.
I Lambs. $firstname.lastname@example.org; culls and com
jmon, $email@example.com; ewes, medium and
food, $firstname.lastname@example.org; culls and common.
Friends Frustrate Plans
j of Two Bent on Marrying
Spring Grove. Dec. 31.—Prevent'-d
Iby friends from being married clan
destinely, J. Millard Bcrtner and Miss
! Esther Baker were quietly wedded at
| the home of the bride's parents here.
! An automobile had been engaged to
I convey them quietly out of town im-
I mediately after the ceremony.
! Friends managed to detain the Rev.
\A. -U. Mullen and succeeded in holding
I the wedding off one hour. Then the
idriver of the car was detained until
a late hour, preventing Mr. and Mrs.
I Bortner from getting out of town un
| til long after midnight.
Colliery Fire Boss
Is Instantly Killed
Williamstowii, Pa, Dec. 31.
While working at No. 1 shaft of the
colliery here on Monday Edward
Donnelly, aged 40 years, was in
stantly killed when he fell down the
manway. He was a fire boss and
was well known In this place. His
parents, widow, six sons and a num
ber of sisters survive. An inquest
wns deemed unnecessary. The body
was removed to bis home here.
LABORERS GET INCREASE
Marietta. Pa.. Dec. 31.—Laborers at
the various plants in Marietta have
been granted a slight increase In
wages. The moulders at the Marietta
Hollowware and Enameling Company
have been given a 10 per cent in
STEEL BUYERS '
1 WILLING TO PAY
Demand Is So Great, Judge j
Gary Says After Direc- j
New $ ork. Dec 31.—Demand for'
is so kern that buyers are will-'
ing- to pay inatcrial'y increased prices ;
for it. Klbert H. Gary, chairman oft
the board of the United States Steel;
Corporation, declared yesterday after
a meeting of the directors here.!
There Is no disposition to advance J
prices, however. Judge Gary said, and J
the corporation's policy is to udhere j
as closely as possible to the selling,
prices agreed upon by the Federal
.Industrial Board last March.
"This is a time for moderation even;
nt the risk of some sacrifice." Judge j
"Gary stated. "Demand is such that,
j prospective purchasers, we are in-,
formed, are actually paying materi-;
• ally larger prices, hut we think, tuk-t
jing everything into consideration, we
I would not be justified in insisting
j upon or accepting advances at this;
time, if we did I fear it would have
an influence in increasing the gen
icral high cost of living."
The steel strike has been ended fori
ia long time as far as the steel cor
poration is concerned, Judge Gary
"We are now operating at a rate of
slightly better than SO per cent of
capacity," he explained. "Common
labor is a little scarce, and this re
sults largely from the fact that cer
tain elements will not be received
oack into the mills."
Kichard V. Undsbury. of New Jer
sey, general counsel of the corpora
tion. and W. J. Filbert, comptroller,
were elected to the directorate to till
the vacancies left by the deaths of
Robert Bacon and Henry O. Fry k.
Blough Mfg. Company
Increases Wage Scale
Another Ten Per Cent, j
The Blough Manufacturing Com-1
pany this morning announced an in- .
crease in wages throughout its force
of ten per cent, to take effect to
morrow. This increase is in addi
tion to the ten per cent. I.MU'S which
has been paid each payday through
out the past year and will continue
through 192 0.
In the last ten years the wages at
the Blough plant have increased one
hundred per cent. This includes the j
branch plants at Dauphin and New 1
Kingston, and at College Point, Long j
B. F. Blough. president of the com- i
pany. said this morning that he con- |
aiders the prospects for the coming |
year exceedingly bright.
"Our output for 1920 has already
been sold," said Mr. Blough, "and I |
am now considering some enlarge- j
meats. The plant here is one of the j
most modern in the city, with rest j
rooms, a restaurant, circulating li- \
brary, and everything making for j
the comfort of the employe. We have I
room for more men. and I shall |
make some annotincement to that;
effect in the near future. We shall I
continue our policy of giving $5OO I
worth of life insurance to each em- 1
ploye, and pay the premiums."
Mexican Reiterates His
Charges That Jenkins Was |
"Friendly" With Bandit
Mexico City. Tuesday, Dec. 30.—Re
iteration of the charge that W. O.
Jenkins, U. S. consular agent at Pu
ebla was seen in company with Fed
erico Fordovo. the bandit said to have
abducted him. during the period
when Mr. Jenkins says he was being ■
held by the outlaw was contained in '
a telegram from the governor of
Puebla given out by the interior de
Government witnesses, it is said,
have "proved" that "friendly rela
tions" existed between Mr. Jenkins
and his alleged captor while they were
at the villages of Banta Maria und
San Bernabe. Mr. Jenkins it is de
clared was not blindfolded and was
aware of the location of the place
where he was hidden, in spite of Mr.
Jenkins' claims to the contrary. The
telegram added that the second Pu
ebla criminal court was continuing its
investigations of the case.
It was decided by the Supreme
Court yesterday that the Federal Dis
trict Court should have jurisdiction in
the Jenkins case.
Ship Badly Damaged
by Fire Near Engines
By Associated Press
New York. Dec. 31. The wooden
steamship Fair Oaks, 533 tons, from
Walton, N. 8., was badly damaged by
fire of unknown origin at her pier
near Clifton. State Island, early to
day. She was preparing to sail to
night with a eargo of hides. First
unofficial estimates placed the dam
age at $75,000.
The blaze started near the engine
room, and soon got beyond control
of the crew. Three alarms brought
out Fire Chief Kenlon, of New York
City, two Hreboats and all the fire
| fighting apparatus on eastern Staten
I Island. The vessel was pumped near
ly full of water, causing her to list
at the stern.
West Shore Woman Is
Bride in New York City
1 New Cumberland, Pa., Dec. 31.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Mis 3 Anna Stettler, of
Fourth street, -this place, and Roy
Lavunture, of Oberlin, which took
place in New York City 011 Satur
day morning. After spending a
week in New Cumberland. Mr. and
Mrs. Lavanture will go to Akron
where they will reside.
Millerstown Moose to
Entertain City Lodge Band
Mrtlerstown, Pa., Dec. 31.—The
Moose Band, of Harrisburg, No. 107.
directed by J. Lewis Sprenger. will
be entertained by the Loyal Order of
Moose of Millerstown in their Hub
rooms in Market Square on Wednes
day evening with a pig roast and
sauer kraut dirmer. While here they
will render one of their fine concerts.
SURVIVORS MAY RECOVER
St. Johns N. F., Dec. 31. Hope
that the heroic work of the sailors
of the steamer Ingraham, who saved
the three survivors of the wrecked
Belgian steamer Anton Van Driel
yesterday nt St. Mary's bay, had not
been in vain, was held out here to
day. The rescued inen. who had
clung to the wreck more than 36
hours and had seen their 26 ship
mates die In the greut seas which
at times completely submerged the I
vessel, were brought here last night
In a serious condition. They were]
uv.ralv frost hlttsa.
Committee Named to
Study Plans For a
With the announcement of the
personnel of the committee which
•will study the Harrisburg Founda
tion project, one of the most impor
tant phases of the program of work
of the Harrisburg Chamber of Com
merce is now under way. Stanley G.
Jean is chairman of the committee,
which is composed of the following
Edward Bailey, David Kaufman, |
B. F. lllough, W. M. Ogelsby, John
F. Uapp, William M. Donaldson,
John K. Fox, E. A. Heffelfinger,
Donald MeCormick, A. C. Stanim, j
William S. Snyder and E. J. Stack-1
pole, member ex-officio.
The purpose of the Foundation, j
as outlined by the founder of the ]
Cleveland Foundation, would be:
"to receive and to safeguard dona- i
tior.-s in trust under supervision and i
regulation imposed by State legisla- ]
tlon, to employ the principal, or in
come, or both, for education and i
charitable purposes in a broader and ■
more useful manner in future years ]
than it is now possible to auti cipate; j
to provide for specific needs stipu-I
lated by the donor; lo insure the
perpetuity ot' principal when that is]
desired; to lessen preventable errors
of judgment in the disposal of prin
cipal anil Income; to guard against
unwise use of income and principal
by beneficiaries, and by a union of
available funds to promote Ihe civic,
moral and mental welfare of the peo
ple in the widest, wisest, most eco
nomical and most efficient manner."
The members of the committee
have been notified of their appoint
ment and will assemble within the
near future at the call of the chair
man lor organization and work.
Coal Operators Are
Making Plans to Put
Industry on Stable Basis
Chicago. Dec. 31.—Committees ap
pointed by coal operators of the cen
tral competitive fields to-day began
I formulating plans to put the entire
soft coal industry on a stable basis.
They will report early in the new
The committees were named at
the two-day conference which clos
ed here yesterday. The primary pur
pose of the convention was to dis
cuss the situation growing out of the
appointment of the presidential coal
commission according to T. W. Brew
ster, of St. Louis, chairman oi' the
conference, but no definite action to
govern the attitude of the operators
toward that commission was taken.
The operators agreed that any
raise at present in the price of coal
used for domestic purposes would
be unjustified and would be due sole
ly to the retailers.
One operator stated that the prices
on a few grades of steam coal had
been raised 14 per cent.
of France Visits City
Henri Martin Barzun. in charge of
the French Press Bureau located in
New York city, accompanied by his
wife and child, is visiting his cousin,
11. ('. ("laster, 2001 North Third
street. Monsieur Barzun is a distin
guished French journalist. He was
formerly secretary to the minister
of labor, and later saw active serv
ice for three years in the French
army during the war until he was
forced to retire through injuries and
illness. Following his convalescence,
jhe became assistant to the French
premier, C'lomenceau, as editor-in
chief of L'Homnie Libre, after which
he was sent to this country to take
charge of the French Press Bureau.
His duties now are in working
Oil. Curb, Industrial and Mining Stocks
Bought for Cash or Carried on Conservative Margin
McCall & Riley Go.,lnc.
212 N. THIRD STREET, HARRISBURG, PA.
Telephone: Dial, 2230; Bell, 3498
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA
Direct Private Telegraph Wire Connecting Offices
D. B. Kieffer & Co.
New Year Sale
of 125 Head of Acclimated and
West Virginia Horses, Colts
Friday, January 2, 1920
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
at Middletown, Pa.
WE WILL SELL
1 carload of extra good big rugged, all puroose, carriage
and fancy driving West Virginia Horses and Colts, ranging
in ages from 2 to S years old and have them weighing up to
15 hundred pounds each; 40 head of good big finished ac
climated Horses, consisting of the good big finished drafters,
Wagon Horses, Farm Chunks, Single Line Leaders and
all-purpose Horses. Also a few high-class Carriage and
Fancy Driving Horses. Ranging in ages from 4to 8 years
old, and weighing up to 16 hundred pounds each; 40 head
of commission and all kinds of Horses; 20 head of extra good
> D. B. KIEFFER & CO. i
for a belter relationship
press of the two countries and
enlargement of the exchange
ideas and better understanding
tween France and America. ?
PUBLIC SALE 1 I
Horses and Brood Mares i
Saturday, January 3, 1920,
AT TUB fIH
Thudium House, Carlisle Pa.
TJ. G. I3PPDEY, Prop. JH
Wo will sell about 20 head of HH
Brood Mares ranging in age from
f. to 8 years old. About 16 of 139
them are with foal with high- E§H
grade horses that cost from
jr., 000.00 to $27,000.00. We bought |i&|
these Mares front a man who has Hn
a large stock fnrtn who breeds
only the best. Now farmers and IBg
dialers oi any person who is in- ]|M
terested in Brood Mares should not IS
fail to come and seo them as we a|
think there will not be a chance H|j
again to get Brood Marts of this [V
kind that are bred with such high f,B
grade horses as they are. Wo also |
I will sell about 10 head of Heavy .KB
Work Horses, ranging from 8 to !4B
1 111 yeais in age. The weight of <B
I these Mares and Horses range :4
; front about 1,000 te 1,600 pounds.
Our motto is to try and please )(■
1 one and all. We will try and tell I
! you all about these Horses we j W
j know. Horses can be seen at the !
j Thudium House dny before sale, i I
i Sale starts at 12 o'clock.
J A credit will be given for your ' fl
| interest and we will furnish you | I
the pedigree with every Mare that 1
j is with foul. ~ I'. I
Horses can lie seen at B. F. 1
j Hoffman's Stable. Fifth and Wood
' bine streets, llarrisburg. Pa., from
! December 22 to January 1.
UNITED ICE AND CO AD CO.,
] George Isty. Auctioneer.
Don't Forget the Date.
Saturday, Junuary 3, 1920. ij
Iw.T. WADE I
i Well Known Docal Automobile
I That He Has Secured the Dis
tribution in Dauphin County of
i GIBRALTER OILS i
••The Only Non-Carbon Oil" f
Gibralter oils havo been pro- 1
I claimed by many of the most
; prominent automobile construc-
I tlon engineers in the industry to
day as the finest, most economical
oil on the market. A salient point
in reference to this oil is its
ability to run up a very high mile- \
age record to the quart. That J
means economy. Gibralter Oil is
sold in lots of 6 gallons to as high
as a carloud.
We will be pleased to call and
I give you complete information.
j Drop us a card.
W. T. WADE
1102 N. Sixth Street
llarrisburg Hell 3140 M
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