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FURNISHED ROOMS AND
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and |
boarding by meal, day 01 week. Ap
ply 1001 N. Second St.. corner Boas and
Second streets, j
SEAL ESTATE FOR SALE OB RENT
HOUSES FOR RENT and 2H-story|
dwelling houses for sale. Elder Real
REAL ESTATE FOB RENT.
FOR RENT—Throe-story brick house,
all conveniences; possession can be j
given immediately. Apply S. H. GAR
LAND, 2000 N. Fifth St. _
FOR RENT—House 60S Muench ft., all
conveniences; rent $20.00 per month.
Possession at once. Inquire 1301 N. 1
HOUSES FOR RENT—No. 2219 Atlas,
$17.00; 1210 Bcrrvhill. $22.00; at Clover-;
ly Heights, sls; Camp Hill, sls; River- j
ton, $lB. Inspect these properties. I
BBLL REALTY CO.. Bergner Building, j
FOR RENT—-219 Herr St.; six rooms.
Apply 221 Herr St.
-1330 Derry St., Ist floor apt.,.. $40.00
1317 Derry St., 2d floor apt $35.00
1315 Market St., 3rd lloor apt., $28.00
2336 Derry St., new house $25.00
1904 Holly street $25.00
1210 Berryhill St., house $-3.00
1447 Berryhill St., house $22.50
1613 Naudain $16.50
41G Buckthorne St. $12.00;
HARVEY T. SMITH, 204 S. 13th St.
FOR RENT—New three-story brick
house, nine rooms, all improvements,
front and back porches, open
steam heat, electric lights and gas. $35
per month. No. 1169 Market stjeet.
Inquire No. 1167 Market street. Bell
phone 590W, United phone 5G3W..
FOR RENT—AII improve
-1614 Catherine, $16.00
1619 Naudain, $16.00
1509 Naudain, $17.00
542 S. 17th, $18.50
Apply Ivuhn & Hershey,
IS South Third street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOB RENT.
FOR RE>NT—Nicely furnished room;
light, clean; use of bath; rent $1.50
per week. Also unfurnished flat, two
rooms, hall, use bath, gas; possession at
once. Apply 230 N. Fifteenth St.. City.
_ FARMS FOB SALE
GENTLEMAN'S suburban home, fruit
and stock farm, near Philadelphia;
shows splendid profits; sacrifice four
teen thousand; reason, owner away.
Price includes stock, implements, large
crops. WM. H. HARDER, Cumber
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOB RENT
For light housekeeping, with or with
out kitchenette; all outside rooms, nice
ly papered; new and strictly up-to
date; stoves furnished free; laundry,
phone and bathroom privileges. In
quire office, 429 Broad St., or Janitor,
Room 6. same building.
REAL ESTATE FOE SALE.
FARM In Lower Paxton township; 7
miles .from Harrisburg, one mile from
Jonestown road; 147 acres, brick house,
-good barn, wood lot, etc.; now tenant
ed by John Lytle; easy terms. Estate
of W. Iv. Airicks. Dauphin Deposit
Trust Co., Executor.
FOR SALE—I 433 Market St.; 3-story
brick, 9 rooms, bath and furnace; lot
16x120. BR [NTON -PACKER CO., Sec
ond and Walnut Sts.
FOR SALE—SB acres, adjoining Enola
on the north; one square from trol
ley line; frame buildings; possession at
once. BR INTON - PACKER CO., -Second
and Walnut Sts.
NEW* brick house for sale—6 rooms
and bath; gas and electric lights, fur
nace; combination range; porch front.
Price $2,550. Little cash needed. BELL
REALTY CO., Bergner Building.
TWO North street houses; 3-story
frames; 8 rooms and bath; gas; fur
nace; porch front; twin construction.
Price for both, $ 1,450. BELL REALTY
CO.. Bergner Building.
FOR SALE—2I4B N. Fifth St.; 3-story
brick; 8 rooms; all conveniences;
reasonable terms. For information ap
ply P. V. MINTER, Harrisburg Trust
FOR SALE—Nos. 1107 and 1109 Plum
street; two 2^-story frame dwell
ings; water in kitchen, $3,000. C. H.
ORCUTT. No. 267 Cumberland St.
FIVE HOUSES FOR SALE—Four on
Hunter street and one on Thirteenth
St.. No. 427. Inquire of W. B. BOYD,
WANTED—A few good boarders, coun
try meals; all improvements; good
home for good people; rates low. Ad
ply 261 Herr St., City.
FARM LANDS FOR SALE
SMALL MISSOURI FARM—SS.OO cash
and to.OO monthly; no interest or
taxes; highly productive land. Close
to three big markets. Write for pho
tographs and full information. Muntrer
I. 11a, N. Y. Life Bldg,, Kansas City!
APARTMENTS FOR BENT
NEW unfurnished apartments for rent
five rooms and bath, with large porch
in rear: best of improvements; all hard
T°L d SNYDER APP ' y 1465 Market St -
Lost and Found
FOUND—The home of reliable work for
particular people at EGGERT'S steam
Dyeing and French Cleaning Works,
Ji4.> Market St. Call either phone, we'll
do the rest.
Walnut St., Unle Height*. Camp
Hill—*A 2%-story frame house with
seven rooms—bath and furnace—
electric lights—cemented cellar—
porches on three sides.
1 %-story chicken house. 12x24 ft.
60 fruit trees (The owner sold
SIOO worth of fruit the past sum
Lot 100x200 ft. to a 30 ft. alley.
Rennnn for Helling; Present own
er has bought a farm—possession in
ten days, or less if necessary.
MILLER BROS. & NEEFE
Fire Insurance Surety Bonds
Locutt and Court Streets
WANTED—Boy 16 years old or over;
wages SB.OO per week. Apply IM
PERIAL LAUNDRY CO.. 1334 Howard
MAN to give away premiums to adver
tise Rogers 20-year silverware: $52
monthly. Also commission. A. A. Cline,
Artvtg Mgr., Rogers Building, Philadel
ARMY OF UNITED STATES. MEN
WANTED: Ablebodled unmarried men
■between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of
United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write the English language. For
! information apply to Recruiting Officer.
Kergner Building, 3d & Market sts.,
Harrisburg, 48 N. Queen St., Lancaster.
I 363 Pine st., Williamsport, or 37 W.
j Market St.. York. Pa.
i WHOLESALE concern can use active
man In shipping department; must
he able to write legibly and reason
; ably quick and accurate in rudimentary
; arithmetic. This position requires one
i who has no objection to overalls. lon*
| hours and hard work, but there is plen
j ty of opportunity for advancement. Ap-
I ply in own handwriting, stating age
and experience, if any, to 3968, care
YOUR SALARY IS DETERMINED by
what you can do. My Private Les
son* in Shorthand, Typewriting, Pen
manship, Dictation, etc., will enable you
to do more and earn more. Much time
ajid money can be saved while you
qualify for the position voii want. Call
Tor information. MERLE E. KELLER,
Room 309 Patriot Bldg.
MEN WANTED to get their barbering
done at the McWILHAMS BARBER
SHOP, 439 Market street, next door to
AUTO TR A N SPORT AT TON SCHOOL—
The oldest, best and most reliable
automobile school in the country. A
full course of practical instructions for
$35.00. Including long driving and re
pairing lessons. Hundreds of good
paying positions arc open for compe
tent men. Make application now. Easy
payments. Open day and evenings. 5
N". Cameron St.
BOY, 15 years old, would like to have
position of any kind, after school
hours. Apply 2633 N. Sixth St.
CHAUFFEUR and repair man desires a
position; work of any kind accepted.
Excellent character and ability. Apply
W. F. McINTIRE. 402 Cumberland St.
COLORED MAN desires general house
work or position as waiter in pri
vate family. Address 405 Bailey St.,
BOY of 18 wants work of any kind;
not afraid of hard work. Apply or
address J. W. S., ISI2 N". Sixth Si.
WANTED—SingIe nian, 21 years old,
desires position of any kind; all night
work preferred. Address 605 S. Third
St., Steelton, Pa.
MARRIED MAN, colored. 27 years of
age, wants a position in private fam
ily or any kind of work, such as jani
tor around a building. Address No. 433
South Ave., City.
j WANTED—A colored boy, 17 years old,
| would like a place in private family
or work of any kind; can give refer-
I ence. Address 667 Brlggs St., City.
ANTED—Work for a colored boy of
■ 16; any kind of work; can give part
of time or all the time. Call or ad
dress E. S„ 14 IS Williams St.
WANTED—Boy 16 years old desires
place as errand boy. 28 S. Fifteenth
WANTED— General housework or hotel
work, by a young colored man; can
give good references. Apply 1320 Jlun
RAILWAY MAIL clerks wanted. Com
mence $75.00 month; sample examina
tion questions free. Franklin Insti
tute. Dept. 3615, Rochester. N. Y.
DO EAST", pleasant coloring work at
! home; good pay; no canvassing; no
I experience required. Illus. particular*
I free. Helping Hand Stores. Dept. SoO 1 ,
jVi ANTED—A good, white, plain cook,
j at MAPLE GROVE HOTEL, Sixth and
I Maclay streets.
■ WANTED—Woman for general house
! work in family of two; good, perma
nent home to competent person. Ad-
I dress Box 10, Paxtang, Pa. Bell phone
WANTED Experienced saleswomen
for ladies' cloak and suit department:
one who can act as model for cloaks
and suits; must have ability and experi
ence: good wages to right party. Apply
at once. LADIES' BAZAAR, 10-12 South
j WANTED—Good, reliable woman a-s
housekeeper—one who can take full
charge of house; no washing. Address
3967. care Star-Independent.
WANTED Curtains to wash and
stretch. Call or address 823 Myrtle
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN would like to
have washing and ironing to do at
home. Apply 1635 N. Seventh St.
WANTED—Position as housekeeper or
days' work. Address or call 413 N.
COLORED GIRL wishes a place at gen
eral housework or chambermaid. 1207
lOUNG colored lady wishes position as
chambermaid or place to do house
work. Apply 338 Cherry Ave.
STENOGRAPHER—Experienced in of
fice work, with knowledge of book
keeping, desires position. Can furnish
reference. Call 1602 Regina St.
YOUNG colored girl wants position as
an assistant housekeeper. Apply 1403
COLORED woman wants work of anv
kind. Call or address 517 Shaffer St.
YOUNG colored girl wants position as
chambermaid or nurse. Apply 636
I Calder street, city.
; YOUNG colored girl wants position as
nurse or second girl. Apply 1409
James street, city.
| WANTED—White woman wants posi
tion as housekeeper. Address MRS.
j SHATTO, Enola, Pa.
| COLORED GIRL wants a position as
child's nurse and light housework.
! Apply 507 South Ave., City.
, \\ ANTED—-Washing- to take home or
! to do. 1315 Howard
RELIABLE WOMAN would like posl-
I tion as assistant in doctor' 3or den
tist's office. .MRS. B„ 15 S. Third St.
! WANTED—Respectable colored lady
would like position, either in doc
tor's office or as a seamstress. Ad
dress 147 Linden St.
WANTED—A colored girl would like
to get a position to do housework.
I Call or write No. 331 S. Fifteenth St.
WANTED—Bundle washing to do at
home, and day's work. Inquire 232
A NEAT colored girl would like day's
! work or small washing and ironings
; to do at Address 1521 Fulton
i WANTED—White woman wants days'
work of any kind. Address 1202 N
I Cameron St.
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1914.
AGKNTS—Fastest seller right now is
j our book "Europe at War." Agents
say It is the biggest money-maker of
the past ten years. Start profitable
work. Send for free sample outfit. J.
S. Zlegler Co., Wholesale Book Dept.,
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
COLORED MAN and wife would like
work together; will gn to country;
can give reference. 816 James Ave.
' ' it
PACKING—A. H. SHRENK. 1906 North
Sixth street, first class packer of fur
niture, china and bricabrac. Bell phono
W.J. WENRICH, 339 Hamilton street-
Furniture, china and piano packing.
Shipments looked after at both ends.
Also all kinds of hauling. Bell phone
OLD GOLD AND SILVER
i HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID for old
gold, silver, watches, and jewelry.
JOSEPH I>. BRENNER, Jeweler, 1 N.
nil . h , »•
MONEY TO LOAN
$5.00 TO $50.00 on your plain note, to
any person holding a salaried posi
tion; all transaction strictly confiden
tial. Employees' Discount Co., 36 N.
Third St., second floor.
LOANS—SS lo |2OO for honest working
people without bank credit at less
than legal rates; payable in Install
ments to suit borrowers' convenience
Loan and Investment Co..
204 Chestnut St.
WANTED—To hire one cream-colored
horse and eight white horses, to be
used in Mummers' parade, on New-
Year day. Must be broken to saddle.
Send word to C. O. Baekenstoss, chief
marshal, Mayor's oltice. Harrisburg.
MONEY TO LOA2T upon Veal estate ■»-
curl ties in any amounts and upon any
terms to suit the borrower. Address
. 'I. Box 17 1.
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
ALL kinds of hauling; large two-ton
truck; furniture, pianos, freight, in
the city and suburbs. Prices reason
able. Picnic and pleasure tcjps, day or
evening. \\ Al. H. DARE, 1403 Vernon
St. Bell phone 3617 J.
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
prosly for storage. Private rooms for
household goods and unexcelled facil
ities for storing all kinds of merchan
dise. Low storage rales. Souli: St. and
P. R. R.
Sale and Exchange
TOR SAiiE—Bed room furniture, book
case and fire less cooker; good -is new;
also combination vise, takes pipe to 4
l ches: now - A PPb' 1800 Park St., City.
FOR SALE—Two sood horses, weigh
ing 1,200 and 3,400 lb«; 5 and 6 vears
old and sound. Will sell eheap if sold
at once. Keystone Bottling Works, 11 J
South Cameron street.
TOR SALE—Buch hound, well broken
ox ant * rabbits. Inquire IJ. A.
I MILLkJR, 1927 Briggs.
FOR SAljE —Exceptional bargains to
quick buyers: One Maxwell Special,
1,6 H. P., 5-pa-ssenger auto. One Max
well 16-H. P. 2-p&ssenger runabout.
Both in first class condition. Address
j care of Star-Independent.
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S. 111-117 &
Second St M 5,000 sets new sash, ?xlo
12 U, primed and glazed, at 51.15 per
set. Also other sizes.
FOR SALE—Cheap—One straight sill
I milk or bread wagon; two all-pur
| pose open delivery wagons; one. mar
ket wagon, one good top buggy, one
buck wagon; all in good repair. Applv
OHAS. E. NOYE, Paxtang blacksmith
FOR SALE—AT GABLE'S, 113. 115 and
117 S. Second St., 5,000 gallons New
Lra ready-mixed paint. Acme quality,
j All the full line of the Acme make.
Real Estate and Insurance
Office NO.IBN. Third
St., Harrisburg, Pa.,
; 127x100, S. E. corner I
; Jefferson and Seneca Sts.
110xll!7, East of above
I lots, on east side of Sen
! eca St.
80x127, West side of
; Curtin St., east of Jeffer
Price right to quick
36 N. Third St., 2nd Floor
Philadelohla Produce Market
Philadelphia, Oct. 21.—Wheat steady;
No. 2 red spot, export, 1100114; No. 1
northern, Duluth export, 123®! 126.
Corn firm; No. i yellow local, 82K
Oats higher; No. 2 white, 53®53V4-
Bran firm; winter, per ton, $24.00®
21.50; spring. 23.50® 24.00.
Refined sugars reduced 25 points;
powdered. 6.10; tine granulated, 6.00;
Confectioners' A, 5.90.
Butter firm; western creamery, ex
tra, 32; nearby prints, fancy, 35.
Eggs higher; nearby firsts, free casefl
$9.00; du., current receipts, free case,
$8.10®,5.40; western extra firsts, free
case, $9.00 bid; do., firsts, free case,
Live poultry weak; fowls. 13#15; old
roosters, 11@12; chickens, 13®Li;
ducks, 13#14: geese, 13®14. '
Dressed poultry steady; fowls, heavy,
20®2t; average receipts. 17®19;
10., small, 15®) 16; old roosters, lSfo;
broiling chickens, nearby, 16@20; west
ern, 12® 17.
Flour steady; winter, straight. 4.90®
5.15; spring straight, email@example.com; do.,
Hay firm; timothy No. 1 large bales,
bales. 18.500119; No. 1 medium bales,
lS.o0@19; No. 2. firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 3, 14.50®
15.50; clover mixed, light mixed, 17.50®
IS; No. 1, 16® 17; No. 2. 14@15.
Potatoes steady; Penna., per bushel,
58® 63; New York, 50® 53; Jersey, per
ohicago Live Stock Market
Chicago, Oct. 21.—Hogs—-Receipts,
31.000; weak. Bulk. 6.95®7.40; light.
6.7.")@7.40; mixed. 6.80<f7.55; heavv, 6.7.">
®7.45; rough. 6.75®b.90; pigs, '4.25?;
t'attle—Receipts 20,000; weak. Beeves.
6.1001 10.80; steers, 5.90®8.75; Blockers
and feeders, email@example.com; cows and heif
ers. 3.20®5.70; calves, 7.00®11.00.
Sheep—Receipts 38.0(H); steady. Sheep,
4.90®6.05; yearlings, 5.60846.50; lambs.
PRODUCTION OF EXPLOSIVES
Big, Decrease in United States Over
.1912 in Black Powder
By Associated Press,
Washington, Oct. 21. —Production of
explosives in the United States in 1913
amouute'd to 463,514,811 pounds, ac
cording io the Federal Bureau of Mines
to-day. This represents a decrease over
1912 of 36,146,622 pounds of black
powder and an increase of 7,212,872
pounds of high explosives and 3,055,-
500 pounds of " permissible" ex
''Permissible'' explosives were origi
nated by the bureau and represent ex
plosives that have passed certain safety
requirements. The use of "permissi
ble' 'explosives in dangerous mines has
been advocated by the 'bureau, which
expresses gratification at their increased
use. In 1912 production of such ex
plosives for the mines amounted to 11,-
300,000 pounds, against 21,804,285
pounds in 191 3.
Mr. McCreath Home From Europe
A. 8. McCreath, 119 South Front
street, who has been sojourr/ng in
Scotland since the middle of summer,
arrived in 'Philadelphia yesterday on
♦he steamer Haverford and is now ai
his home. Mr. McCreath had a very
pleasant stay among the scenes of his
Letters of administration on the es
tate of Solomon Zimmerman, lute of the
Rorough of HlKtrspire. Dauphin county,
Pennsylvania, deceased, having been
granted to tho undersigned, all persons
indebted to said estate are requested
to make Immediate payment and those
having claims will present them for
A. CURTIN HOOKER,
SAXII-EL S. ZIMMERMAN.
1245 Mulberry St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Or WILLIAM M. HA IN, Esq.,
God Save the
I. Harry C. Wells, High Sheriff of the
County of Dauphin, in the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, do hereby
make known and give notice to the
electors of the county aforesaid, that
| an election will be held in the County
of Dauphin, aforesaid, on Tuesday, the
third day of November, A. D. 1914, for
the purpose of electing several per
sons to till the offices hereinafter nam
ed, to wit;
1 Judge of the Supreme Court.
I Judge of tilo Superior Court.
1 United States Senator.
1 Lieutenant Governor.
1 Secretary of Internal Affairs.
2 Members of the Legislature, First
2 Members of the Legislature, Second
I hereby also make known and give
notice, that the place of holding tho
aforesaid elections in the several wardj
and precincts in the City of Harris
burg, and within the County of Dau
phin, Pennsylvania, are as follows, to
First Ward—First Precinct—House
No. 1276 South Cameron street.
Second Precinct Barber shop,
Ninth and Hemlock streets.
Third Precinct—House, 600 Race
Second Ward—First Precinct —Alder-
man Caveny's office, 234 South
Second Precinct—Paxton Engine
House, South Second street.
Third Precinct Cigar store, 1120
Fourth Pufeclnct —Garage, corner
Nectarine and Reese streets.
Fifth Precinct—Allison Fire Cora
Sixth Precinct—Sixteenth and Com
Third Ward—First Precinct—Friend
ship Engine house, South Third
Second Precinct Central hotel,
Third Precinct—Rotunda of the
Fourth Ward—First Precinct—Tailor
shop of Edgar J. Huggins, 207
Second Precinct Hope Engine
House, North Second street.
Fifth Ward—First Precinct—M. C.
Schatfner's Store, Capital and
Second' Precinct—Charles Adler's
office. 1002 North Third street.
Third Precinct—Wall paper rooms
of A. B. Tack, 1217 Susquehanna
Fourth Precinct —Public house of
David Siinons. 101 Broad street.
Sixth Ward—First i'recinct—J. R.
Miller's livery office, 350 Broad
Second Precinct—Printing office,
1405 North Third street.
Third Precinct—Barber shop, 306
Seventh Ward—First Prealnot—Eagle
house, No. 914 North Seventh
Second Precinct—Home of A. L
Taylor, corner Sixth and Cumber
Third Precinct—Good Will engine
Fourth Precinot—W. Scott Stroh's,
1713 dixth street.
Fifth Precinct—House, 1911 North
Sixth Precinct Church, 1016-18
Eitrhth Ward —First Precinct—Citi
zens' Fire Engine house.
Second Precinct—Fry's Hotel, 501
East Strnte street.
Third Precinct—House, 124 Linden
Fourth Precinct—Mt. Vernon Hook
and Ladder Company, North
Fifth Precinct—Garage, rear of 1522
Ninth Ward —First Precinct—Wash
ington House, Cowdcn and Wal
Second Precinct—Mount Pleasant
Hotel, Market and Cameron
Third Precinct—Paxton Hotel, 1108 I
Fourth Precinct Mount Pleasant 1
Fifth Precinct—J. A. Rhoad's Of
fice, Eighteenth and Hildrup
Sixth Precinct Zerby's store, 1451
Seventh Precinct Garage, on Six
teentli street, rear of 1600 Market !
Eighth Precinct Dr. Miller's Gar
age, Nineteenth and Market Sts.
Ninth Precinct Eighteenth and
Tenth Ward—First Precinct—Electric
Cycle Co., N. E. corner of Green
and Maclay streets.
Second Precinct Pool room, Sixth j
and Forrest streets.
Third Precinct Pool room, Sixth ,
and Emerald streots.
Fourth Precinct—House, 2537 North
Eleventh Ward—First Precinct—Rcily
Hose house, Fourth street.
Second Precinct—Barber shop, 2004
North Sixth street.
Twelfth Ward—First Precinct—Bar
ber shop. 1537 North Third street. 1
Second Prgcint—Drug store, 30 4
Third Precinct—House, No. 401 Kcl- j
Thirteenth Ward—First Precinct—
Store room. 1911 Derry street.
Second Precinct —Carpenter shop,
1922 Berryhlll street.
Berrysburg borough—Public hous« of
Frank B. Ossman.
Conewago township—'Public house of
Deny township—First Precinct—Wal
Second Precinct—House of William
C. Erh, HockersviUe.
Third Precinct—Haefner House, Der
Dauphin borough—Hall of 1. O. O. F.
East Hanover township—Public house
of Grant Hummer.
Eiizabethvllle borough Washington
Gratz borough—Public house of Wil
liam Rodgcrs, in said borough.
Hummelstown Borough—'First IPreclnct
—Keystone Hotel, East Main street.
Second Precinct—National Hotel, N. j
Halifax township—Cornelius Koppen
heffer's erected for purpose. .
Halifax borough House of Hiram :
Highspire borough—Room adjoining
the restaurant of Theodore L. Gru
ber, on Second street.
Jefferson township School house in '
Carsonvllle, in said township.
Jackson township House Of A. J.
Lykens borough—'East Ward—G. A. R.
Hall, North Second street.
West Ward —-Southeast corner room
in thi house of Charles Boeckler,
corner Main and Pine streets.
Lyknns township House of William
Wenrick, public road from Gratz
bower Swßlara township House of i
Londonderry township—House of Ed
West Londonderry township—'School |
house at River Road, near Buck I
Lower Paxton township Paxtonia i
First Ward—First Precinct—Rescue
Second Precinct—Herkelroth's Hall.
Second Ward —First Precinct Lib
erty engine house.
Second Precinct—Smith's Hall.
Third Ward—First Precinct Store
room of Abncr Croll, corner Union :
and Main streets.
Second Precinct—Union hose house,
Middle Paxton township—First Pre
cinct —Aaron Schaftner's, on Sun
Second rrecinct House of Michael
Millersburg borough First Ward—
Second Ward—Residence of Chester
I. Culp, north side of Center street, !
Mifflin township—Henry A. Romberg
Paxtang Borough—School house, corner-*
Montour and Swan streets.
Penbrook borough—Town Hall.
Rush township—Reiner's school house. :
Reed township—New school house on j
Royalton borough First Ward—
Second Ward—House of John C. Hite.
Susquehanna township—North Precinct j
—Mehargue's store in Front street,
near Lucknow Lane.
South Precinct—Pleasant. View Fire j
Co. house In Twentieth street near!
East Precinct —Progress hotel. Main
street and Circle alley.
West Precinct—Residence of Samuel
Haldeman, 3222 North Sixth street.
Swatara township First Precinct i
House of Martin Selders, in New j
Second Precinct—Citizens' Fire En- !
gine house, Obcrliil. •
Third, Precinct Enhaut Fire Com
Fourth Precinct—'Boyd's Blacksmith
Fifth Precinct Rutherford Helgnt*
South Hanover township—Union liw
First Ward—First Precinct—Engina
house No. 6, East End.
Second Precinct—Halfway House, No.
947 South Front street.
Second Ward —First Precinct—Citi
zens' Band Hall.
Second Precinct Michael Harcle- '
rode's, 233 South Second street.
Third Ward , First Precinct—Citl- I
'•ens' Fire Engine house, 58 North t
Second Precinct—Alleman Bros., 145 !
North Front street.
Third Precinct—House of Penna. 1
Steel Co., occupied by George W, I
Hall, 152 Main street."
Fourth Ward Paxturig Hook and
Ladder Company house.
Fifth Ward First Precinct Flor
Second Precinct West Side Hoao
Upper Paxton township—At Junction!
of North street and Berrysburg j
Uniontown borough Public house of I
W. H. Delbler.
Williamstown borough—First Ward—
Public house of Mrs. Solomon Hess, j
Second Ward—Ralph's Hotel.
Williams township—East Precinct—J. i
T. Whitman's, Fifth street.
West Precinct House of Tobias!
West Hanover township House of
Samuel J. Rouch, now or late occu- i
pied by John Buck.
Washington township —At house of
John D. Swab.
Wiconisco township—First Precinct— !
House of J. S. Prout.
Second Precinct—House of Calvin I
Wayne township—Election House of I
Charles F. Harman, near School
house No. 2.
I also make known and give notice
that every person, excepting Justice, of
the peace, who shall hold any office of
appointment or protit or trust under
the Government of the United States,
or of this State, or of any city, or In
corporated district, whether a commis
sioned officer or otherwise, a subordt- I
nate ofTicer or agent, who is or shall be I
employed under the legislative, execu- i
tive or judiciary department of tliisi
State, or of the United States, or of any
city or incorporated district, and also
that every member of Congress, and of
the State Legislature, and of the Select
or Common Council of any city, or
commissioners of any Incorporated dis
trict, is by law Incapable of holding
or exercising at the same time the of
fice or appointment of Judge, or In
spector or Clerk of any election of the
Common weal th, and that 'no Inspector,
Judge, or other officer of any such elec
tion shall be eligible to any otfice th<-n
to be voted for, except that of an elec
Office of the Secretary of the Com
This is to certify that the following
is the official list of the names of all
$20,000.00 City sf Harrlsburg Oonds
By the First National Bank
of Harrisburg, Pa.
AMUBBMEWTS. | AMD SB ME NTS.
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LEW noCKSTADKR ACTS OF
DOOLGY * RIiGKI, l/CTTH
LKANDKR DGCOKDOVA * CO. IVI Ifl
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MR. AM, AIKS. HUGH EMWRTT " f, oml P , c , nre . Too
FIREMEN'S PARADE PICTURE
MHO I HI,RS MARrINK 1 A NO l\( RF.ASE 1
1 V/V - I\ PRICES U*-
A RATTLING GOOD SHOW CHANGE OP RILL THURSDAY
MAIF^TIP. WILMER ' VINCENT i SULZEB HURT IN AUTO CRASH
; "sHJCo Ilb & APPELL, Mgrs,
i ■ Badly Bruised, but Continues His Cam-
I TO-MORROW Mat. and Night „ pnlen in New York State
® Oneonta. N. Y., Oct. 21.—William
Aftini rt£T Sillier was badly bruised when his au-
IHlflL ill | tomobile was overturned last night on
_H_ __(ttmiißi a ._- the road between Walton and Sydney.
Salt WraEiBsIBTMOMS The ear skidded near Sydney Cen-
I Ilk BVIUWis I PIUBIW tre> thTOwin g out flh,, f ornn e r Governor
B>- Lem B. rnrkrr an( [ p, iff Wilson, Tiis press Tepresenta-
NPECIAI PRICES I t ' vo - r - Wilson was slightly injured.
Matinee, 10c and 20ei Mailt. lOp. 20r, <»• Balzer continued to Sydney,
30t- sue ; ,na 'le a cenvpaagn speech there, and
— ——>/1 vrfln t on to Norwich. ,
1 ——> ' "i n. m
The Merchants Ice Company
of Harrisburg, Penna.
A limited amount of the stock of this company is
open for subscription. The earning possibilities are .
great. Similar companies in Reading and AJlentown
are paying 8 per cent.
, Apply to any one of the Directors at their business
addresses or 202 Calder Building.
W. A. CARTWRIGHT, W. J. PERRIN,
ffl L. W. KAY, WM. E. KOONS,
C. E. SHEESLEY, H. M. HAEE,
H B. B. DRUM, M. P. JOHNSON,
J. D. MILLER, Directors.
1 202 Calder Building,
S HARRISBURG, PA.
m a BM—w— w—b—i « mummmammmlr
i candidates, nominated under the pro
vision* of the several acts providing
for the nomination of candidates, to be
printed 011 the official ballot, and to be
voted for in the State at Large and in
the County of Dauphin jit the General
Jileetion to be held Tuesday, the third
day of November. I!)i1.
This Certificate is to supersede the
Nomination Certificate previously for
warded to you, and the said former
Certificate is hereby revoked and an
To vote a straight party ticket, mark
a cross (X) in the square, in the first
column, opposite the name of the party
•of your choice.
A cross mark in the square opposite
the name of any candidate indicates a
| vote for that candidate.
| If you desire to vote for a person
| whose name is not on the ballot, write
or paste his name in the blank space
provided for that purpose.
A cross (X) in the party square in
'the first column docs not carry a vote
for any Judge.
| To vote for Judge mark h cross (X)
t opposite the name of the candidate rle
' JUDICIAL TICKET—\O!\-PAHTISA.\
•lixlfte of the Supreme Court
Robert S. Krazer. ,
1 Judge of the Superior Court
.lames E. Clark.
Frank M. Trexler.
I M'I'KD STATUS SIWATOH
A. Mitchell Palmer.
: V Fred W. Whiteside.
Madison F. Larkin.
A. S. La mils.
Vance C. McCormiek.
Vance C. McCormiek.
Martin G. Brumbaugh.
Martin G. Brumbaugh.
Martin G. Brumbaugh.
Joseph B. Allen.
Charles N. Brumm.
William Draper Lewis.
Matthew H. Stevenson.
| 1.1 EI'TBN ANT GOVERNOR
William T. Creasy.
William T. Creasy.
Percy F. Smith.
Percy >■'. Smith.
Percy F. Smith.
Frank B. McClain.
Frank B. McClain.
Frederic .1. Schollar.
H. J. Whalen.
Goo. G. Anton.
SEt RKTARV OK INTBRNAI, AFFAIRS
William N. McNair.
Fred E. Lewis.
Fred E. I*ewls.
Fred K. Lewis.
Robert B. ltingier.
C. W. R. Smith.
Wm. H. Thomas.
lIIiPItBSiaTATIVE l\ CONGRESS
1 AT LARGE
Robert S. Bright.
Martin Jennings Caton
Arthur B. Clark.
Charles N. Crosby.
Lex N. Mitchell.
1 Arthur R. Rupley.
1 Anderson H. Walters.
1 Bull Moose;
: Lex N. Mitchell.
■ | Arthur R. Rupley.
Anderson H. Walters,
i I ilarry Watson.
' ; Roosevelt Progressive.
Lex N. Mitchell.
Arthur R. Rupley.
Anderson H. Walters.
Thomas S. Crago.
Mahlon M. Garland.
Daniel F. Lafean.
John R. K. Scott.
Thomas S. Crago.
Mahlon M. Garland.
Daniel F. Lafean.
John R. K. Scott.
Dennis O'Brien Coughlin.
Edward W. Haydon.
W. S. Greeley King.
s. George Hart.
James J. Patton.
R. R. Pike.
S. Manner Smith,
Albert W. Bins.
Joseph B. Holm.
Howaril S. Welker.
H. O. Molnel.
A. M. Fisher.
I REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
David L Kauffman.
Dr. John H. Krelder.
J. Milton Iba.eh.
W. J. Edelman.
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE (JF.NERAI
Jesse J. Lvbargcr,
John A. Marshall.
James W. Barker.
J. W. Swarfs.
Howard E. Gsell.
J. L. Yoder.
Joseph R, Martin.
W. W. Lenker.
Joseph B. Martin.
W. W. Lenker.
John C. Nissley.
Walter S. Young.
Edward L ,Rotvc.
I John P. Schlessman.
Joseph B. martin.
Morris H. Zerfing.
In testimony have here
unto set m.v hand and caused the seal
' of the Secretary's office to be affixed,
this 20th day of October. A. D. 1914.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
To the SherllT, County of Dauphin, Har
Given under mv hand at my office In
the City of Harrishurg. Daupnin Countv,
Pennsylvania, tins 21st day of October,
A. D. 1014. and the one hundred and
thirty-ninth year of Independence of
the United States of America.
HARRY O. WELLS.
High Sheriff of Dauphin County. Pa.