Harrisburg Daily Independent from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 17, 1913 · Page 9
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1913. THE ilG PERDIX EVENT ABDOMINAL Real Estate Section Want Section Death and Obituary notices Lost and Found Elotices BELTS and EEAL ESTATE FOB BENT. FOR RENT Frame- house at Four teenth and Howard streets, near L'nion Square hall. Kent $10.00 per month. tXR RENT Bake shop with large bake oven and store room adjoining, wi" rent bath or separately. No competi tion. Call or address 644 Broad St. FOR RENT A large store room and second noor on K. Sixth at.; rem reasonable. Suitable for light manufacturing and show room. Apply 2! South Jjewoerry St., City. FOR RENT 1319 Derry St, store room, 18x66. $35.00 Beautiful summer home, Paxtang, $3.00 il44 Derry St., 10 rooms, suitable for boarding house, SZo.OO 1844 Derry St, large lawn 122. B0 1822 Derry St, $22.00 115 Hanna St., 9 rooms $11.00 1011 N. Third St, dwelling and store 10 rooms, all improvements, steam heat, $40.00 1T1 S. Summit St 8-0 HARVEY T. SMITH. 20 S. 13th St.- FOR RENT Brick house. No. 2108 Derry St.. three story, S rooms and bath, all conveniences, with back and aide yard; shade trees; rent $18.00 per month. Call at 2102 Derry St. B. G. . f AUFFEK. EEAL ESTATE FOB SAXE OK RENT. HOUSES for rent or sale. Elder Real Estate Company. Twenty-fourth tad Derry Sts. FU&NISHED OB TTNTTTENISHED BOOMS FOB EENT. VOR RENT One large vacant room, une newly furnished room. Call at X. Sixth St. HELP tVANTE D MALE. WANTED Experienced grocery man state experience and reference. - Jia dress 3305, care Star-Independent. WANTED Carpenters, burg Silk Mill. Apply Harris FIVE PAINTERS wanted at once. H. WOLF, 507 Kalker St Wivruri imp tt 55 ibmt Able-bod led unmarried men between ages of 18 and 85. citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, whn Mn finpak. read and write the ng llah lanerunffa. For information apply to Recruiting Officer, Bergner Building, rnird and Market sts- narrisuurs, WAVTEIl Two lnhnrlmr men for Per- dlx. AddIv to A. C. VOUNG, 26 N. Third St. Open evenings. W1WFTI tar tn drivn oil tank wagon: one who knows the city ana surrounding country. Apply at once. The Indian Refininar Co.. Lemoyne, Fa. MACHINISTS, lathe, planer and boring mill hands, for medium and large size machines; also floor and bench, hands on heavy maffn inery; none out gooa. steady men need ppply at the Hotel Columbus and inquire for MR, K1N-t. Wednesday and Thursday, June 18 ana IV, WANTED Several careful chauffeurs; also machinist to take charge oi gar age. Address CARL. MASO.N, uen. vol. City. IWANT&D First-class die and tool mak ers on lnterchangeapie pans, rsr- manent position and flrst-class pay guaranteed. Address Wo. 8301, care of Star-Independent. ' FABMS FOB SALE. FARMS NEAR HARRISBURG for sale: 4 acres, $2,40o; 10 acres, $3,500: 10 acres. So.OuO. oc cartare and walk to anv of these. Good building desirable location. BEDL. RJnADTlf CO, Bergner Building. WANTED Daster on Consolidated last ing machine. Apply Harrisourg noe Mfg. Co., Vernon St., Harrisourg, ra. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. i; iv short FOB EENT. FOR RENT inquire at -A bungalow, at Faxtonia, 25 S. Second St. UNFURNISHED EOOMS FOB EENT. F.OR RENT Two unfurnished rooms, third, noor. suitable tor nent house keeping; can be rented separately; rent reasonable. 1310 N. Sixth' tot. Apply Ifeja . Third St. COTTAGES FOB SALE. FOR SALE Two cottages, situated along the Susquehanna river edge; one acre of lawn; hot and cold water; ranges and bath; electric light and tel-tpnone; garage; all night street car bcrvice. For information address Box Oiiice 646. City. BE It ESTATE FOB SALE. FOR SALE Six 3-story brick mansard roof houses on Gtary street, just being finished; the finest and cheapest houses in the city; open for inspection; must be seen to convince any buyer; two are sifld;' come- to see them; here is pure air to breathe; price an eye-opener; terms' right. F. H. HANTil-ilAN, 660 Briggs .St. . ' FOR SALE Suburban residence, especially attractive; plot 5ux230 frame house, conveniently arranged and moa ernly equipped garage. No. 2134 Derry St. Get particulars. BELL REALTY CO., Bergner Building, AN experienced chauffeur would like to have lob; can rurnisn reiercuutsa. WATSON MILLER, 420 Ridge Avenue, Steelton, Pa, AN experienced chauffeur would like to have a job; can give reference. Address THOMAS MILLER, 420 Ridge St, Steelton. WANTED A young man, 18 years old, wishes position of most any kind; Just came from the Loysville orphans school; is willing, bright and intelligent; will take most any kind of position. Apply or address all communications to R. J., 1427 James St YOUNG married manL barber by trade, desires position on outside at light work. Address No. 2547gate St WANTED A position to learn a good trade by a bov 18 years old. Address H. G. W. WINTERS, 1335 Susquehanna St, Harrisburg, Pa. A YOUNG MAN with a diploma from C. T. Ludwig's detective training school would like to take up a position in citv. Address G. H. G 1109 Wallace St., City. DIED. I' WORLEY On June 16, 1913, Jesse E. woney, aged 39 years. Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his brother. Samuel - A. Worley, No. 222 Cumberland street Body can be viewed Tuesday evening, after 8 o'clock. Funeral private. Interment private. . HENRY On Sunday, June 15, J91S, Catherine M, Henry, aged 33 years. Funeral on Wednesday forenoon at 9 o'clock, from St. Francis church. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited t attend without further notice. Philadelphia" papers please copv. rotrND. FOUND Something that was never lost the good service of Eggert's steam Dyeing .and drench Cleanln Works, 1245 Market St. We will cal nn deliver. Call either phone. Is Day After To-morroiv, THURSDAY, JUiME 19th IN MEMOEIAM. IN SAD BUT LOVING REMEMBRANCE of my mother. Elizabeth (vieseman) Giede, who departed this life June 17, ISM. MOTHER, Just a year ago, dear mother, Since God has called you home To the land of perfect sunshine With splendor round you roam. Oh! How long it seems to me Since your smilitiar face I've, seen. And your sweet and loving voice Are as still waters of the sea. Through all your cares and trouble. Tears ana bitter strife, You were the kindest loving mother; And a true and patient wife. Whenever sorrow sought its way , .V Into your troubled breast, You would speak your heart to none, But smiles upon them pressed. You were the sunshine, yes, the very life. Of your mother, old and gray, But in your prime God thought twas Dest For you to lead the way. if Business--, ... f ' j . Opportunities ; fc . v Xyrf1 !: ' A i- I to GROCERY BUSINESS AND BUILD ING FOB SALE. $8,800 WILL BUY the new building, No. 1838 N. Third street, including stock of groceries and fixtures. The property contains 8 rooms, bath, store room, summer kitchen and cemented cellar. CHAS. ADLER, 1002 N. Third street Don t Croak! Oat end Make a Splosh But as the tide of the years roll by And the rain shall cease its falling, In that beautiful land of Paradise lou now wait for your daughters calling. HELEN E. GIEDE, ' June 17, 1913. For Sale and Exchange TOB SALE. FOR SALE Three box-ball alleys, can oe run oy electricity: can De seen at Nineteenth and Derry Flatiron build- ng. Cash price. 825. Apply J. M. ENSMINGER, 1813 Derry St. HELP WANTED. WiVTFin A conk, at the Pennsvlvan Hotel. 313 Broad St, Harrisourg, Man or woman. Apply at once. HELP WANTED FEMALB. FOR SALE-t-Brlck d Welllrig,- No. " 408 Cumberland street, 9 rooms, bath. furnace, gas, cemented cellar. Price reasonable. CHAS. ADLER, Real Es tate and Insurance, 10u2 -. Third St FOR SALE 1625 and 1627 Fulton St, 2-story frame dwellings, good investment; price $2,000 for both. CHAS ADLER, Real Estate and Insurance, xvu2 rs. xniru at. FOR SALE By a private party, ten room house, S. Fourteenth St, with ail improvements; front and back porch; side entrance; small garden; suitable to keep automobile; ten minutes walk to either depot, $2850. Address 3242, care Star-Independent FOR SALE 32H N. Second St, a JH-story pressed brick nouse, 11 rooms, bath, reception hall, vestibule and pantry; toilet on nrst floor; . interior hard wood finish; front- side and back concrete porches; aabestos roof; hot water heat; hot and cold water in cellar; lot 82x150; plumbing according to new city laws; built for a home and of selected materials; inspection by at. pointment Phone 1782J4. EOOMS FOB BENT. FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms for rent; city steam heat and gas range. Inquire 923 N. Third St APARTMENTS. FOR RENT Second and third floor apartments for rent; all improve ments. Can have use of front porch and yaro. Appiy an n. second St, aouve oeneua. WANTED Sewing machine operators itIt-Iq fi Isarn onerwtinsr and alsc trimmer; steady work; no lay-off; best pay. riarnsDurg Apparei .o, uvor iw City Star Laundry, State St, rear en trance. YOUNG "WOMAN of neat appear ance, over 21 years of age, to make "Sanifold" Sanitary Drnuc ing Cups. Apply Public Service Company, 221 Market St., above Photoplay. WANTED Settled woman for general ..housework in small family. Address 3308, care Star-Independent WANTED 'Piano player; must be good one. Apply at once. Hotel Rife, 325 Walnut street WANTED A middle-aged woman for housekeeper in home with small chil dren; good wages. Address 3304, care Star-Independent. WANTED Girl for kitchen and dining room work. 113 S. rront St. WANTED Middle-aged Catholic white woman to assist with housework in private family; one who prefers coun try lire. L;au or auuress ju. d.so, care Star-independent WANTED A bright girl to learn mark ing and assorting. Apply Troy iaun dry, 1520-1526 Fulton St FOR RENT Apartment three rooms, kitchen, bath. Inquire Mehrlng Apartments, 1200 N. Sixth St, City. Bell 267L Independent lusx. ! Legal I Advertising j! LEGAL NOTICES. In the Court of Common Pleas of Dauphin County, o. 348, March Term, iHi.t -Tiary a. tvlstler vs. William J. . Kldtler. NOTICE IN DIVORCE. To William J. Kistler: You are hereby notified that In the above divorce case of Mary A. Kistler vs. you, William J. Kistler, a hearing will be had before the Dauphin county court at the Court House in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on Monday, June 23rd, 1913, at 10 o'clock a, m., at which time and place you may be present if you so desire. WM. H. EARNEST, Attorney for Mary A. Kistler, June 10. 1913. Libellant REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 627 Boyd Ave. Three-gtory brick house with eight rooms bath and furnace. Lot 15x100 ft. You'll get the benefit of 'a quick-sale figure if you do busi ness promptly. Up until July 1st, we will irive a special price on 142 and 144 S. Court Avenue. Plot 81x52 ft. No. 144 is improved with a 2 -story frame houses No. 142 is a .vacant lot. A splendid downtown business location. MILLER BROS. & BAKER RFAI, ESTATE IVSrRAXCE Federal Square Opp. I'ostofflce LEARN DRESSMAKING Every one will admit that if a lady learns dressmaKing rignt tne art is sure to be of endless value as long as she lives. .o one can learn dressmalc ing right, unless they first learn fitting by measurement Good fitting is dressmaking. Works' Dressmaking Schools teacn perrect ntting oerore sewing. The pupil cuts, fits and finishes each garment making her own dresses wnue learning. call or address W. A. Work, Prop., 22 N. Fourth St. WANTED By Hrst-class undertaker. two laay assistants; reference re quired; good, permanent positions. Ad dress 3302, care Star-Independent. DINING ROOM GIRL WANTED, Hershey House. Apply ROLLERS and bunchmakers wanted. Apply Central Cigar Co, 425 S. Cameron St WANTED Experienced girls for fitting room. Apply Harrisburg Shoe Mfg. Oo, Vernon St, City. WEAVERS, WARPERS and learners wanted. Apply at Silk Mill, Second and North streets. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALB. WANTED Young girl wants position as cniia s nurse; willing to xo to the country. Bell phone 1351R. WANTED Middle-aged woman wants anv kind of work bv the riav Arf. dress 1311 Cowden St, Harrisburg, Pa. BY a colored woman, small washes to do at home. Call or address Nn 1409 Marion St. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED To gef into communication wun some person wno will board a bull dog for a few weeks. Preferably a. leuuiiy wmi uiuiuren. Appiy superintendent Bowman & Co. FOR SALE Lumber mill work of all kinds;, prompt service and lumber that lasts and pleases; always your money's worth; oldest yard in city, 1892-1913. F. H. HANTZMAN, 660 Briggs street MARKET , RSPORTS. Furnished by Wm. Ii. Bear & Co, Members of the Philadelphia Stock Ex change; Chicago Board of Trade and N. T. Cotton Exchange; Local Branch, 17 N. Market Square. NEW YOB- STOCK EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS. New York, June 17. 2.30 Open P. M. Amal Copper ........ 65 Am Beet Sugar ....... 21 95 938 85 26 '216 19 1ARTY breaking up housekeeping offers entire house full of fine furniture and carpets, in Urst class order, at a sacrifice. Call after 7 p. m, at 1315 Derry St. FOR SALE Reasonable to quick buyer on account of people leaving town, one White Leghorn rooster and 8 hens, also 4 Black Minorca hens, all yearlings; also one Philo coop, covers space 6x0. Apply at once to 1614 N. Third St FOR SALE One Regal, one Cadillac touring oar, full equipped; thoroughly repaired and in condition; cheap. Ap ply at FERRY GARAGE. 125 to 131 S. Cameron. FOR SALE Genuine English bull ter rler pups; call at Peipher Line stable or zzu iiriggs St EIGHT black Minorca yearling hens, 10 white Leghorns, yearliners nens and one cocKerel, lit white Leghorn pullets, 6 montns old. call Sunday or evenings, n. w. BUTCH, 4 uaim St, City. WORTH $400 A good White touring car. a-passenerer. S-in UDholsterv: ex cellent running order. Price $200. Ap ply PAUL D. MESSNER, 1119 Mont gomery St BARGAINS-Double lawn swing, $2.50 Suminerdale Heights. 10 acres, cot tage, spring, etc.. J700. easv terms Minorca eggs. 6c; roof paint -gal.. 3ac rag carpet, 15c; ingrain, 20c; Body Brussels, 60c; 9x12 rugs, $4; linoleum, 40c; inlaid, $1: lining, 3c. YINGST, i' ront-cuniDenana. FOR SALE Cheap, to quick buyer, one complete set or cigar store nxtures. as good as new. Inquire. 29 3. Dew Derry st FOR SALE 1913 Model Motorcycles and Motor Boats, at bargain n rices: all makes, brand new machines; on easy monthly payihent plan. Get our proposition before buying or you will regret it. Also oargainB in used motorcycles. Write us to-day. Enclose stamp for reply. Address Lock Box 11. Trenton. JJ.1CO. POPLAR BOARDS. 18 inches to 24 inches wide: 2-inch oak plank: rub her tires, all sizes and lengths: one new and three second-hand wagons. Apply Hiiii.K WAiiUiN rvutfi.s, a JN. Cam eron a i. FOR SALE A National casn register, costing $250.00; will sell for less than naiL Address 3257, care Star-independ ent BICYCLES, BICYCLES Several good reuuiii oicycies at a oargain lor auicit sale. WANTED Bicycles, tires or parts oi wneeis lor casn. i p. I i lj.. aufm PLY CO.. 14 N. Third St FOR SALE AT GABLES, 113. 115 and 117 South Second St. 2.000 iallon new era reaay mixed Daint. Acme quality. Also the full line of Acme make. FOB EXCHANGE. WANTED To exchange city propertv for farm proDertv of 150 acres nn tn 800 acres. Apply at once. J. M. ENS- MINGER, 1813 Derry St. miscellaneous llotices Alll Ci.(l 4 0,2 Am Car and Foundry . . 41 Am Cotton Oil 35 Am Ice Securities .... 21 Amer Loco 29 Amer Smelting 61 Anaconda &&Va Atch, Top and S F Balto and Ohio . . . Brooklyn Eap Tr . Calif Petroleum . . Canadian Pacific . . Central Leather . . . Ches and Ohio ' 55 Chi, Mil and St P .. 103 Chino Copper 33 Cons Cras 129 Corn Products ....... 9 Den and Bio Grande . . 15 Erie 23 Erie 1st pfd 37 Great Nor pfd 121 Great Nor Ore Ctfs ... 28 Illinois Central 113 Interborough Met .... 14 Inter Met pfd 54 Kansas City Sou .... 25 Kans City Sou pfd ..." 58 Lehigh Valley 147 Louis and Nashville ... 129 Mex Petroleum 57 Mo Kan and Texas . . . 20 Missouri Pacific 28 N Y Central . 99 N Y 0 W 27 Nev Con Copper .... 14 Norfolk and Western . . 102 Northern Pacific .... 106 Penna B B 109 Pressed S. Car 23 People's Gas 107 Bay: Con. Copper .... 17 Bwy. Steel Spring 23 Beading 156 Bep. Iron and Steel 19 do pfd . r 75 Bock Island , 15 do pfd . . ; 25 Southern Pacific 93 Southern Bwy ...... 21 Union Pacific 143 U. S. Eubber 57 U. S. Steel 52 do pfd . . : 104 Utah Copper 41 Va. Car Chem 27 Wabash . 2 West. Union Tel 62 If vMfJomp iUC THE ' w 1 lit m 42 1 Z PL J mw 1 X& for 35 22 29 62 33 95 93 -86 27 217 20 56 102 32 129 9 l5y, 24 37 121 29 112 15 56 26 58 148 130 58 20 29 99 27 15 102 106 110 23 107 17 23 157 18 75 16 26 94 121 145 57 53 104 -42 27 . 2 62 34 Lots and Plots 34 AT If!!l TV ' n 1 mu i op ram Perdix Annex Every Lot will be sold to tfat Highest Bidder Srijeet I Protednt Bet So ublt JtotrictMM Navel Rupture After Operation Floating Kidney .Weakness , Backache and Prolapsed Stomach Buy yonr Belt right from the factory and save middleman's profit. W' have a competent woman in our fitting room who is qualified to make and fit a belt eorreetly, so you will have comfort in wearing them.' HAUAEMft'S 108 Market St. Second Floor lfOET FOR SALARIED PJDOPLH and then, upon their own names. Cheap Jf'f ay payments, confidential, tt. Sale takes place on , the property at Perdix Station, Thursday, June 19th, at 2.30 p. m., and continuing Friday and Saturday at the same hour. AUCTION PRICES EASY TERMS Chicago Board of Trade Quotations Chicago, June 17, 1913. wnea.tr-- Onen July 93 V4 September, 92 December, 95 Corn July 62 September, .... 63 7s December, 61 Oats July, 43 Remember 43 December, ..... 44 High Low Close SZ 91 91 93V4 91 91 95 94 94 63 61 62 64 62 61 62 60 60 43 41 41 43 41 42 44 42 43 BTOEAQE. WANTED Yqu to make your own window screens and buy frame stock of J. W. LEIGHTON. Or, I will make and lit them In for you at a reasonable price. Furniture repaired. 1315 Zarker street. WANTED To buy a light second-handed automobile for grocery busl- ness. Apply M. K 844 S. Second St. WANTED. WANTED Two carpenters. Apply to J. W. CONRAD. 171 Lincoln St., Steelton, Pa. The Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Dispensary will sie open daily, except Sunday, at 3 . m. at its new location, No. 1307 Fulton street, for the free treatment of the worthy poor. STORAGE in 8-story brtck building. rear 408 Market St. Household sraoda In clean, private rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to P. D. DiENER, Jeweler, 408 Market St HARRISBURG STWliiAQB CO. Two large brick warehouses, built expressly for storage. Private rooms for household goods and unexcelled facilities for storing all kinds of merchandise. Low storage rates. South EL and Penna, R. R. CAED OF T2IA1J-3. I WiSH to thank the Harrisburg Fire Department for Its good and careful work In saving goods 1 expected to find entirely rulnpr). PAUL A. BT.OPER, PIANO xAND FOXITCTrjRE ' MO VINO. PIANO AND FURNITURE MOVING; general hauling; cabs and carriages; rubber tires. Bell phone. Prompt attention given to calls. C. C. KLINES Livery and Boarding Stable. 231-35 Blackberry St New York Stock Market By AsBocialed Prest. New York. June 17. Wall Street The stock market was under heavy pressure at the opening to-day. The Harriman stocks sold actively and both Union Pacific and Southern Pacific fell a point. Steel opened with The sale of 6.000 shares at 52 to 52 W. aeainat th close yesterday of 52. Canadian Pacific dropped 2 on 'the sale of 2,000 shares. Woolworth declined 1. Buying of Reading, which waji ef fectual in holding it up in face of the depression elsewhere, became more vigorous and when it rose 1 to 157 the rest of the market rallied hriivV Losses were auickly made ud and Steel. Union Pacificand Amalgamated mounted to fractionally over yesterday's clos- pressure from abroad and further bear selling were largely responsible for the early weakness of the market. American stocks were heavy in London where renewal of liquidation was reported. When the offerings of the bes,rs fail ed to shake out and considerable volume of long stock, they hastened to cover, and the market advanoed ma terially. , some or yesterday's weak features became strong, especially Union Pacific. Chesapeake and Ohio, Reading, Lehigh Valley, Steel and Southern Pacific, New Haven made an exceptional gain of tnree points. . JBonds were firm. Philadelphia Produce Market. Philadelphia. 'June 17. What 1c lower; winter milling, $1.02 (g) 1.04 ; No. 1 northern, Dulutn, tl. 0301.04. Corn steady, unchanged: No. 2 vellow. natural local, 7O70. Oats steady, unchanged: No. 2 white. 47S48. Bran firmer; winter in bulk, $22.60 23.00; spring In Backs, 20.752I.25. Refined sugars firmer; powdered, 4.45; granulated, 4.354.40: Confectioners' A, 4.20; Keystone A, 4.10. Cutter steady; western creamery, extra, 2829; nearby prints, fancy, 32. Eggs lower; nearby firsts, free case, $6.00 per case; do., current receipts, free case, $5.55 per cae; western extra firsts free case, $6.00 per case; do. firsts, free case, $5.55 per case. Live poultry steady: fowls. 1S(3)1RU: spring chickens, 22 0 28; ducks, old, 13 14; do., spring, 15016: old roosters, 1112. Dressed poultry firm; fowls, western fancy, heavy, 1818; do. do., light weight, 16 17; old roosters, 13c. Potatoes weak; choice old, per bushel, 3545; southern new, per barrel, ,6c $2.25. Flour was steady; winter clear, 4.15(9 4.40; straight 4.604.65; patent 4.85 5.40; Kansas straight, sacks. 4.2nf4 fin- spring first clear, 3.80ai4.15; straight, 4.aoJ4.to; patent, 4.6Uu'b.00. Hay steady: timothy No. 1 larsre hales. 16.5017.00; No. 1 -medium bales. 16.00 i)16.50; No. 2, 14.0015.00; No. 3, 11 no n 12.00. Clover mixed: light mixed IS. 50 814.00; No. L 12.5013.00; No. 2. 10.50 i 11.50. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, June 17. Hogs Receipts, 17,000; slow. Bulk of sales, 8.608.70; Free round trip tickets by calling at our Third street office. Trains leave Pennsylvania Station at 1.52"p. m. Return ing leave Perdix at 5.42 p. m. .. Elegant and Useful Souvenirs in Silverware will be given to Those Who Attend Whether They Buy or Not ' For Map and Particulars apply to a. c: YOUNG 26 North Third Street Owner andS Developer of . FBEDIX HEIGHTS and HILL TOP PARK, PERDIX ANNEX Open Evenings Phone 038 R Harrisburg, Pa. r IMPORTANT Call or phone to Third St. Office, get Free Round Trip Tickets for Perdix. Select your lot Before the Auction. This Ticket is Good for a Free Round Trip' Fare -TO- Perdix Heights and Will Top Park mr AUCTiom lot sule-i Thursday, June 10th, at 2.30 P. M., and continuing FRIDAY and SATURDAY .at the same hour. Trains leave Pennsylvania Station for Perdix at 1.52 P. M. Leave Perdix for Harrisburg at 5.42 P. M. Do not hand this ticket to Gateman, but present it at our Third Street Office and receive in exchange a regular Round Trip Ticket.' Or meet our Salesmen wearing Yellow Badge. They will be at Pennsylvania Station near Gate Four, daily one hour before leaving time of train. Elegant and useful Souvenirs will be given away Free to those who attend, whether they buy or not. Dsuphin County Farm For Sale 127-acre farm, near MeClellan; good buildings; 100 acres of A No. 1 farming land, orchard of 100 young apple trees; fruit of all kinds on the farm. Price, 14.000.00. For further particulars Inquire of John G. Orr 222 Market Street Phone 934, Harrisburg, Pa. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 6S6 S. Seventeenth St., corner trick house with improvements. 185 N. Fifteenth St, 3-story brick and frame, with -athr 1520 Reglna St., 2 -story frame, water in kitchen. 110 S. Fifteenth St., 2-story brick, with modern Improvements. 610 Schuylkill St., 3-stor- brick with all improvements. 1915 Derry St, 2Hstory frame with improvements. 1242 State St., 3-story brisk with all improvements. 1525 Regin St, 8-story frame, hot water heat, all improvements. 1204 "Walnut St., 3-story brick with all improvements. 1427-29 Berryhill St.. S-story bricks with all improvements. Two 2-ctory brick houses on Reel st.; au improvements. All of these properties will mk BOod inveatiuents. no rraaonahl. offers will be refused. Prices will be given upon Inquiry. J. E. GIPPLE 1251 Market St. Summer Bungalow For Sale Along the river, between Halifax and Millersburg, t rooms and bath. Also has stable and Ice house on rear of lot. Thlj will re sold at a sacrlfioe. Price of Bunglow with ground and house i furnishings, 11,800. JOHN C. ORR 222 MARKET STREET TO L "il "Miff " !1"MSWIJJIB1 We want housekeepers, worklngmen and salaried employes of Harrisburg and vicinity to know our NEW system of loaning money, and to become better acquainted with the "GOIjDEN RUL.K" policy of our Com pany. No matter what rates other companies advertise, or what rates you are now paying or have paid any other company, we will make you a loan t a lower -rate and pn easier terms. ' OUR StiOTTO A "SQUARE DEAL" to every person and the assurance of promptness, privacy, courtesy and consideration. CAIX AMD SEE US BEFORE YOU GO ELSEWHERE The Pennsylvania Investment Co. 132 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Bell Phone No. 2146J. OFFICE HOIKS- , 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Sat. Eve., 8 P. M. Money to Loan There Is not a single good reason why you should not borrow money from ns if you expect to borrow it anywhere. Our rates are reasonable. Our service the best. No publicity enters into ' yonr transaction with us. We trust you even farther than you expect. Ladies can secure money on their own personal note. PENN LOAN COMPANY BoU Phone 2265 Second Floor Front 206 Market Street Wm. L. Bear & Co. HEMBBRtl Chlearo Board Trade. of PbW Stock Chang's K. T. Cottoa ehaag. Ex. Ex- Orders promptly executed forth parchaae or sale of STOCKS BONDS GRAIN COTTON Ianlrlea welcomoC v lMh and Chest- . I nut Sts Phils. i 17 N. Market , OFFICES! HarrWburc. York, Lancaster, ottsvllie, Baston, Williamsport light 8.6008.76; mixed, 8.358.76; heavy, 8.158.70; rough, 8.168.30; pigs, 6.6048.15. Cattle Receipts 8,500; market steady. Beeves, 7.60.20; Texas steers, 7.10 8.20; stockers and foedors, 6.408.30; cows and heifers, . 6.00 8.60; calves, 7.25 10.25. Sheep Receipts, 22,00; weak. Native, 4.755.80; yearlings, 5.60ii.60; lambs, native, 5.257.50; spring, o.607.90. End 1,600 Mile Plight. By Associated Press. St. Petersburg, June 17. A 1,600 mile trip by aeroplane from Paris to St. Petersburg was completed at 11.25 o'clock this morning by the French aviator Marcel G. Brindejonc Des Moulinais, who" covered the last 300 mile lap of his journey in three and a half hours in the face of a strong head wind. Tilie Russian Aero Club presented the aeronaut with a silver vase. Brindejonc Des Moulinais -will return to Paria by aeroplane via Hel-J singfors, Stockholm and Copenhagen. For Rent 402 BRIGGS STREET 9 rooms and bath. This property is located one square from the Capitol, and is very convenient for a rooming house. For particulars sea John C. Orr 222 Market Street Phone,934, Harrisburg, Pa. FUGITIVE CUTS THROAT. By Associated Press. Franklin, Pa., June 17. After hold ing Sheriff Charles Homan and a poss at bay all night, Edward Bartholomew was found dead in a shanty near her with his throat cut this morning Bartholomew late yesterday shot and killed Samuel Crowther, superintended of a sand company after they had quap reled and fled to the shanty. He war wounded during the night battle an as the posse closed in on him thii morning endeil his life. Artistic Printing at Star-Independcnl

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