MAY 3, 1930
Jkk Kate—Noah was the first
jtjfJJb l electrician because
he made the ark light.
so* Queen Here’s some
\ Polar was one of the
Shjj & first to show the sci-
W ftjll entific way to make
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for P<dqr ovor '2B years—and
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to kirk about.
POLAR ICE and FUEL CO.
Phone TAlbott 0639
TERMS IF DESIRED
HARE CHEVROLET COMPANY
552 East Washington Phone RI ley 5325
Indiana’s Finest Transient and Apartment Hotel
The refined Y. .' ’ S
atmosphere L j~ |
OVERLOOKING MERIDIAN PLAZA
SPINK ARMS HOTEL
Under One Roof
UGHT MACHINE SHOP
HEAVY MACHINE SHOP
The SINKER-DAVIS Cos.
230 S. Missouri
Phone, LI. 3559
I n ® ana Automatic Sprinkler Cos.
ijjp 702 F - Market St. Lin. 954# j
Done by experts, whose years of
experience assure you of results that
will more than please.
C. Off and Company
107 N. East St. LI. 1549
Sewer Construction of All Types
Call Us for Estimates
COLUMBIA CONSTRUCTION CO.
2108 Columbia Ave. HE mlock 4566
For your safety, let us Install
DI'PI.ATE shatterproof plate
Van Dorn Electric Tools
U W. Fratt St. Lincoln 2040
Tin, Copper and
Sheet Iron Work
Bspairs on Slate, Tile and Gravel
Boots, Gutters. Spouting and
147-151 KENTUCKY AVE.
OUR. VIEWS *
igßTfi . I
—by good roofing I. essential! We'll
take core of any leaks or deficiencies.
Just phone and our men will be on
the Job. Estimates furnished.
HENRY C. SMITHER
430 S. Meridian Lincoln 4937
Cruise De Luxe
The most comprehensive Itiner
ary of romantic and historic
cities . . . offering an excep
tionally long visit in Egypt and
the Holy Land .... and in
cluding such unnsual port# as
Cattaro. Tunis, Malta, Syracuse,
Taormina, Ragusa ... in ad
dition to the usual Mediterran
ean countt ies.
For Further Information
The Union Trust Cos.
Richard A. Kurtz. Travel Dept. Mgr.
I6tb St. and Sherman Drive
MCKEL COPPER OXID
rOLISHINO OF ALL METALS
The ADAMS PLATING
“Th* Service Platers**
Lincoln 138 W. 10th St.
Wa Furnish True'. Service
Expansion Program Forced
by Continued Increase in
Remodeling work has been
started by the Adams Plating Com
pany, 138 West Tenth street, to
; provide more space made necessary
by an increasing volume of busi
ness, according to Albert P. Kriese.
New equipment, including two new
plating tanks, one for copper and
the other for nickel, and anew
generator, is being added.
Floor space and equipment of the
company’s plant was increased last
October, but the addition proved
inadequate to care for the business
demand, Kriese said. The firm has
been working both day and night
shifts since Jan. 1.
Most of the company’s work at
the present time is chrome plating
automobile parts. About 60 per cent
of this work is for individual car
owners and 40 per cent large pro
An increasingly large number of
motorists are taking their cars to
Adams Plating Company plant to
have the radiator shells, headlamps,
door handles, hub caps, bumpers
and other nickeled parts chrome
Chrome plating, in addition to its
beautiful appearance, is popular be
cause of its enduring and tarnish
Chromium paring is the most
recent development in the plating
industry. Most of the new model
automobiles are chrome plated by
Gives Lustrous Finish
Chromium is placed over previous
coats of copper and nickel to ob
tain a lustrous finish.
Many machine parts are chrome
plated over the bare metal for
hardness and to resist wear.
Tlie Adams Plating Company was
organized more than ten years ago
by the present owners, Thomas,
Robert and Edward Adams, who by
taking an active part in the plant’s
operation, assure highest efficiency
and quality work at prices no
higher than those often charged
for inferior work.
Starting with practically noth
ing, the owners, through their
policy of absolute satisfaction for
customers, have built up the firm
until now it enjoys a $70,000 annual
1 business, Kriese said.
With Steel Shaft, 75c
All Kinds of Job Plating
Climax Machinery Cos.
121-153 E. MORRIS ST.
DR exel 5511-5512
Now is the time to place your order
for awnings. We have a large line
of all colors to select from.
“WE FOOL THE SUN”
TENT & AWNING
Street and Road
28th Street and
Phone—HE mlock 3545
Residence Phone HE. 5615
A. C. JOHNSON
845 Massachusetts Ave.
Phone, Riley 2452
5264 Washington Blvd. Phone Humboldt 4582
Strathmann Construction Cos.
839 Architects and Builders Bldg.
TeL RHey 8512
. THE INLIANAFOLIS TIMES _
ON SHEET METAL
Gardner Company Backed
by Sixty-eight Years
Backed by an experience of sixty
eight years, in which three genera
tions of Gardners have participated,
the Joseph Gardner Company, 147-
153 Kentucky avenue, has earned an
enviable reputation as specialists in
tin, copper and sheet iron work of
The firm has won recognition for its
high standard of work, maintained
since it was started.
The Gardner company specializes
installing metal ceilings, skylights,
City Realtors Announce
Several Business Deals
Residential Property Sales
Include Four Houses,
Several real estate deals in the
city were announced by local real
Lafayette Perkins of the Amer
ican Town Lot Company reported
sale of a four-room bungalow at
5280 West Melrose avenue to Brack
Sawyers, and sale of a five-room
modern house at 6176 Rosslyn av
enue, to Charles P. and Jennie
Forche. Both are in the Northcliffe
Lawrence J. Sexton, 316 Indiana
Trust building, announced the sale
City Foundry Equipped for
Big, Small Order.
A service of the highest quality is
afforded the public through the
complete casting service provided by
the C. & G. Foundry and Pattern
The company maintains a gray
iron foundry brass and aluminum
foundry and a pattern shop.
The gray iron foundry, located at
Twenty-fifth and Yandes streets, is
equipped to manufacture castings up
to six tons or more. Large cranes
and other equipment necessary to
produce high-grade castings are
maintained in this shop.
Many complicated core jobs are
included in the work of the alum
inum and brass foundry, 1026 Ken
tucky avenue, where large and small
castings of intricate design are made
daily. Types of yellow and red brass
and bronze castings are made at the
The pattern department provides
the customer with a complete source
of supply for castings, relieving him
of the trouble of having the patterns
made by one firm and then seeking
a foundry able to make the castings.
The firm makes a specialty of tak
ing care of unusual requirements.
A large stock of bronze bushings
is carried on hand and special bush
ings can be made on short notice,
an especially attractive feature in
cases of breakdown work.
2000 x ‘
SHEETS or FINEST
cornices, ventilating and dust-col
lecting devices, and blow-pipe work
for factories, mills and foundries. It
manufactures tanks, chain guards,
hoppers, milk cans and other dairy
supplies, chimney tops, piping and
castings. It also repairs and re
places guttering, roofing of all kinds,
and downspouting for private resi
dences and factories.
The company has supplied sheet
metal work for many large hotels
and other buildings throughout the
country, as well as in Indianapolis.
A complete corps of employes,
skilled in sheet metal production and
designing, is maintained at all times.
Because of its years of experience,
the company has a decided ad
vantage in testing new devices.
of five residential properties during
the past thirty days.
Included in the sales was a five
room and semi-modern bungalow at
3648 Stanton avenue, sold by Tim
othy P. Sexton to Robert J. and
Mary Ann Snyder, and a small
home at 844 South Mount street
sold to William and Margaret Lotz,
and a seven-room modern home at
2265 Kenwood avenue to Harold J.
Donnery by Sexton as admin
istrator of the estate of Emma
Willis and Florence Corn bought
a four-room semi-modern home at
1023 English avenue from Sexton,
Building Conditions in City
Building conditions in Indianap
olis, as shown by the member of
building permits issued during the
past week, amounting to $135,032,
are gradually improving, according
to compilations made by the Indi
anapolis Real Estate Board.
Os the total, $82,200 worth of per
mits were issued for the erection of
sixteen pieces of residential prop
erty, which included four houses in
the higher price range.
O. A. Hammer, will build a large
home at 5411 North Delaware street
to cost $10,250, M. Hackett will con
struct an SB,OOO residence at 5699
Winthrop avenue, Helen H. Joy will
build a home at 5212 North Capi
tol avenue to cost $9,000 and R. J.
Dynes will build an SII,OOO home
at 1201 North De Quincy street.
The largest permit for the week
was issued to the city of Indianap
olis for the construction of a swim
ming pool in Garfield park to cost
Two filling stations will be built,
permits show. F. B. Robertson wall
erect a $3,000 station at Thirty
eighth street and Watson road, and
F. S. Palmer will build a service
station at 825 East Washington
street to cost $4,000.
Horace Johnson will erect at 2456
Martmdale avenue, a storeroom
Widow to Handle Estate
Bill Timex Special
ANDERSON, Ind., May 3.—Mrs.
Susan J. Savage, Elwood, qualified
in Madison circuit court here as ad
ministratrix for the estate of her
husband, Columbus A. Savage, who
died in Elwood, April 19. The estate
is valued at SII,OOO.
The veteran carpen
ter through his years
of handling Lumber
Keene Lumber Cos.
invariably knows that
only quality materials
come from us. Previ
ous to delivery every
piece undergoes rigid
inspection, thus as
suring you that our
Lumber measures up
Phone, Irvington 0404
3506 E. Washington
Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern Traction Cos.
ROUND TRIP RATES . ~
By purchasing round trip tickets at stations a 10% reduction is
given on all fares of 23c or more.
500-PENNY COUPON BOOKS
$5.00 Transportation books, good on all divisions, sold for $4.00.
Good for bearer or party; time limit one year,
12-RIDE COMMUTER BOOKS
per mile. Good for twenty days between points named on
ticket Minimum $1.20 for 12 rides.
SPECIAL LOW WEEK-END RATES
One fare plus 10 cents for the round trip. Good going all day
SATURDAY and SUNDAY. Return limit Sunday.
OF WATER FIRM
Complete Sanitary Drinking
Service Is Provided
In order to extend its service to
fine public, Ostermeyer Paper Com
pany, 143 Virginia avenue, has ac
quired control of the Crystal
Springs Water Company, 146 Vir
ginia avenue, it was announced to
With acquisition of control of the
Crystal Springs Water Company,
the Ostermeyer firm has added dis
tribution of a pure spring water and
Frigidaire cooler units to its pre
vious line of Burt sanitary paper
Officials of the company believe
that with thp present arrangement,
they have the ideal sanitary drink
ing water service in Indianapolis;
Crystal Springs water, cooled by
Frigidaire, and dispensed with Burt
sanitary drinking cups.
Samples of Crystal Springs water
have been submitted to Frederick C.
Atkinson, Inc., chemical engineers
and technologists, who analyzed it
and pronounced it absolutely free
from contamination or soil pollu
“It is a perfectly wholesome water
entirely free of any harmful min
eral,” the report stated, “and being
very slightly alkalifle from the bi
carbonates of calcium and magne
sium, it would be especially bene
ficial for persons with weak diges
tion or high stomach acidity, it can
be consumed copiously by any one.”
The water is brought to Indian
apolis every morning by truck to in
The cooler-water-cup service of
fered by the Ostermeyer company
especially is suitable for offices as
well as home use.
Rents Cooling Units
Use of the Burt sanitary paper
drinking cup prevents the spread of
colds and other contagious respira
tory diseases through use of a com
mon drinking cup.
The company has arranged to
rent the refrigerating units, elimi
nating need of the consumer invest
ing in equipment.
Various types of coolers, finished
in color to harmonize with sur
roundings, may be seen at the new
display room at 146 Virginia avenue.
OIL RICHEST PREVENTIVE
Shown in Tests as Better Guard for
Baby Than Viosterol.
By Science Service
NEW YORK, May 3.—01 d-fas
hioned cod liver oil is a better pre
ventive of rickets than the modern
product, viosterol, which consists of
vegetable oils that have been sup
plied with vitamin D irradication,
Drs. Adolph G. De Banctis and John
Dorsey Craig of this city have re
ported to the American Medical As
Drs. De Sanctis and Craig based
their reports on observations made
on over 200 normal infants. In a
group of 100 infants given cod liver
oil only three developed unmistak
able signs of rickets. In a group of
123 infants given viosterol, twenty
nine showed undisputed evidence of
rickets. Infants receiving no rick
ets-preventing agent at all develop
signs of the disease in twenty-five
out of 100 cases, many writers have
Why He Got Divorce
B.y Times Special
ANDERSON, Ind., May 3.—Ernest
Perry told Judge Lawrence V. Mays
that his wife, Mrs. Frances Perry,
whom he married in August, 1928,
threatened to shoot him with a re
volver, rushed at him with a kitchen
knife and then deserted him. The
court granted a divorce.
For Those Who
Prefer a Finer
In the New Seal-Packed Can
for Central Indiana People
Sold Only by Independent Grocers
Do you know that YOUR customers located in
towns along our lines can now order goods from
you by telephone thru our agents?
AN ADDED SERVICE-FREE
Orders taken by our local agents are phoned in over our private
lines and transmitted to you direct.
The Result:—Quick Delivery, More Satisfied Customers and a Great
Saving in Phone Expense on Rush Orders.
Tell Your Customers — You’ll Profit, Too
Indianapolis & Southeastern Lines
Hourly Express Service
RETAIL COAL CLUB, INC.
Office 217 Medical Arts Bldg. Phone Riley 4669.
Organized for the Co-Operation Between and the Benefit
of the Public and the Dealer.
Wm. P. Jungclaus Cos.
General Building Contractors
825-837 Massachusetts Avenue. Phone Riley 2333
FOR VOI R FURNITURE ilTiii
Morins. Storage, Racking. Shipping [email protected]| NBafcv
AUCTION EVERY THURSDAY JUtH. wk
1430 N. ILLINOIS ST. Riley 7434 tSOmSm
LIGHT AND HEAVY GRAY IRON, BRASS, BRONZE AND
CASTINGS C. & G. PATTERNS
Chas. J. Giser, Pres, and Gen. Mgr.
1026 Kentucky Ave. LI. 1119. 2440 Yandes St. HE. 5085
DAY OR NITE
3 Hours 25c
5 Hours 35c
All Day 50c
SERVICE MOTOR INN
130 S. Capitol Ave.
LI. 0867 LI. 0867
AMERICAN AGGREGATES CORPORATION
Washed and Graded Sand and Gravel
A Truck or Train Load
1400 West Raymond St. Phone, RI. 1311
Always on Time
A “The Best Time L
Money Can Buy” f
—tbt SpriagUa EUttric Clock
\SSSnti Mold By Leading Stores
I*7 anf | Klectriral Dealers.
Radiators Cleaned Out Repaired Re-Cored
Auto Radiator Specialists
111-119 Kentucky Ave. Phone Lincoln 5192
C. O. WARNOCK
Sales and Service
813 E. Washington
BANK BUILDING Phone Lincoln 2651
Printers /EVEyrRJNTfNG G). Stationers
ft*M Lhteohi *SW j W—4 Ohio K
Next dnv deliveries to or from
( LKVKLAND, TOLEDO. DETROIT
and hundreds of .
p AQUQS I
FOR HOME AMO OFFICE
PURITY PLUS RCLIABILITy
AQUOS PRODUCTS Cos.
H 26 EAST IQtt
-after the SMASH!
Phone Lincoln 8342
North Side Paint Shop
1129 North Illinois Street
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