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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURXAI SUNDAY. AUGUST 11. lOOl.
REAL ESTATE MARKET
last week drought no decline
Mot Ilen! ly Fur Are In North
Side Property Chronicle
The stability et the re ;l-est.ite market
at this siison of the year is a marked fea
ture that ha attracted the notice of real
rotate men. The months of July and
August, called th" dull K-u.-on, have shown
no material decline In the number of real
estate deal?, and jet there .eern? to be an
undercurrent of stagnation that cannot bo
explained by lealer?. All summer com
plaint has bten marie that persons having
capital will not invent, but each week's
summary of the real-estate transfers shows
that the market has remained evenly bal
anced. Last week tere vrere 127 transfer?, ag
gregating $214.1tf.0. a. fair average for the
last six months. There has been a slight
decline In business, but nothing like the
forecast early In the spring Indicated. The
depression of the market has been so alight
that no dealers have felt it. Another inter
esting fact regarding the summer market
a that prices have been steadily on the
Increase. Particularly in North Side prop
erty the prices have advanced, and fully
T per cent, of the deals of the summer
have been In property north of "Washington
A lot on North Meridian street, near
Thirty-seventh street, with a frontage of
S4 feet and a depth of 208 feet, was sold
yesterday through Frank L. Furgason to
Charles S. Lewis. The lot was the prop
erty of Mrs. Alice Ross Hadley. The con
sidemtion was 53. W. Mr. Lewis sold a lot
aoveral squares south on the same street
a few weeks ago for J11.J"0.
The brick block at the northeast corner
of Illinois and Tenth streets was sold dur
ing the week by the McCullough agency for
Höf. The property was owned by Mary
It. Sinsabaugh and was sold to William 1.
lirnwn. The property has a frontage of !0
feet -on Illinois street and a depth of 107
feet on Tenth street.
Charles J. Droege last week sold his home
at 251? Uroadway through A. J. Meyer &
Co., to XV. II. YVhlttaker, formerly of Del
phi, for a cash consideration of $1,50). Mr.
Whittaker will locate in Indianapolis and
engage in the coal business. He is well
known In political circles throughout the
Prate. The price- per ront foot was $1 ".
The same firm sold for Dr. George XV.
Nash yesterday his two-story frame resi
dence Ht 2111 Talbott avenue to Julius Lucid
for $2.7jjO cash. The lot has a frontage of
40 feet and a depth of 120 feet.
Joseph F. SchorlcJd yesterday sold to
Maria F. Kitzinger a residence property
on North Meridian street, near Thirty
fifth street, for $3.500. The lot is 40 by 1G0
feet, and is assessed at $120. The sale also
included a lot on Thirty-fifth street, be
tween Illinois and Meridian streets.
Joseph Collin has sold to John F. Min-
thorn a residence property on Garfield
place, near Sixteenth street, for 1.600.
Herman E. Martens yesterday purchased
& modern residence property on North
Pennsylvania street, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth streets, of Charles Hollo
way, for $15.000. Tho purchase included
several smaller properties.
P. II. Hodson last week purchased of
William F. Heinrich a house and lot on
Bdllefontalnn street near Fifteenth street
t'T $4.000. The improvements on the lot
Are assessed at $725.
Frank IL Abendroth last week rurchtfsed
f Henry C. Long four lots on Sturm ave
nue near Arsenal avenue for $5.0u0. Each
of the lots has a frontage of forty feet and
A depth of lv) feet. The improvements arc
asressed at $2,425 and tho lots at $2.0u0.
George A. Schofield has purchased of Her
man II. Ahlers a residence' property on
Columbia avenue near Fifteenth street for
$4.f0. One lot has a frontage of 4.1.7 feet
end is IKS feet deep, and the other has tho
ame frontage but is only lifty feet deep.
The improvements are assessed at $1,175
and the real estate at $700.
By sheriff's sale the property of Honey
P. Peville was sold last week to Klizabeih
It. lTockensmith for 1,177.72. The property
consists of nine lots nenr the Uelt Itail
rrad and Knst Washington street. Three
c! the lots are 4xl40 feet and are assessed
nt $7 each and the other four are 4xl2i'
fret and are assessed at $1,") each.
William If. Johnson has transferred to
Herbert C. Spellnian a house and lot on
Newman street, near Twelfth street for
$.1 The improvements on the property
.-no assessed at $l.ü7." and the lot at $700. The
lt fronts 51 feet on Newman street and is
150 feet deep.
Geurpo W. Moore last week purchased of
the Massachusetts Lifo Insurance Com
pany, a house and lot in Irvington. at the
Panhandle tracks and Downey avenue, for
$1.riK The improvements on the lot are
assessed at $2,400 and the real estate at $725.
Arthur V. Hrown has sold to Perry W.
Turner a residence property at Keisner and
Imbert streets, for $t.500. The lot is 40 by
1.11.2. and is assessed at $.120, the improve
ments at $1.175.
Lillian I. Larimer last week purchased of
William C. Heck a house and lot on North
Pennsylvania street, near Eighteenth
atreet. for $1.150. The lot has a frontage of
4 feet and a depth of 120 feet. The im
provements are assessed at $2.075 and the
real estate at ?2.4.0.
Annie Goldberg and her husband, have
purchased a house and lot on North New
Jersev street, near Twenty-fifth street,
from "Marie A. Taylor, for $1.:ön. The lot Is
U5 by 132.4 feet and is assessed at $400.
r Carl C. Pritchard last week sold a house
and lot on Talbott avenue, near Twenty-
fourth street, to Isadore Feibleman, for
$t.foa. The lot fronts 40 feet on Talbott ave
nue and is 117.2 feet deep. The improve
ments are assessed at $1.000 and the real
estate at 5C
h x x
Frank M. Talbott last week transferred to
Eleanor V. Hord business property on In
diana avenue near Ohio street for $17.50.
The property has a total frontage on In
diana avenue of 12.5 tt. The real estate
is ass d at f.K'J" and the improvements
llebeec.i Wil.-on has purchased a resi
dence property on Park avenue near Twenty-third
street from Laura Ii. Douglass
for $1.:. The property fronts C2.6 feet
on Park avenue and i. 177 feet deep. The
lot is ;tsseiyi at $J5 and the improve
ments at ll.lu.
Otto Stechhan last wk sold to George
R Vandes the new thnv-story business
bloek at the corner of Alabama and Wash-i-icv-n
s'rt :.. Th on ad -ration was
f.'. The l, t 5.- .2 ffit n Washington
etret ai-'l ;r tt o:i Alibtnia street. Tho
let ahiiii- is asert at J1',N.
Oth F. Calvin has purchased a residence
property at the tvrner of Cornell aveiu;t
ami keV-nleentll ftreet for $3.100. The lot
l.j I by 12 fe-t. and i assessed at $1.075 and
the Improvements at il.6"0.
Five lot owned by John W. Thompson
were sold last wek to Perry W. Turner
for $5.."X Three lots located on Ethel
street near Twenty-seventh strett, s by
122 feet ea-ri. h.".ve Improvements assessed
at T50. The lots are a.?ssd at $275. One
Jot 1 on Chicago street near Isabella
ctret, 20 by 120 feet, and la aasessed at
$125. It has Improvements assessed at $100.
The other property la on Northwestern av
enue, near Fall creek.
The Wffk'i Tranafera.
Date. No. Amount.
Aug. o 21 $31.443.01
Aug. 6 20 ;oo..i5.S.CJ
Aug. 7....." 20 .4.4
Aug. 8 'St Sl.f.K.SS
Aug. I) IS 21.72.1.S-
Aug. 10 U 2225.00
Totals ;. 127 $211.149.00
Totals Ill $150,612.S5
Date. No. Amount.
Aug. C la K.K1.00
Aug. 5 12 14.225.0")
Aug. 6 15 3X.054.50
Aug. 7 18 D.4S0.OO
Aug. 8 25 19.fS.frt
Aug. 'J 17 7,225.00
Totals 102 $103,535.50
SALES OF HEAL ESTATE.
Eleven Traufer Made Matter of
Instruments filed for record In the recorder's
office of Marion county, Indiana, for the twenty
four hours ending at 5 p. m.. Aug. 10. 1901, as
furnished by the Indiana Title Guaranty and
Loan Company, No. 123 East Market street. Both
Sun Savings and Investment Co. to
Hmn.a K. Otrander. Lot 26. Block 24.
N. Indianapolis. (26th st, near Clifton
Grace Matlock to Charles T. Boyer, Lot
72. II. R. Allen's 2d north add. (23th
tt. near Isabella st) 275.00
Bert McBride to John G. McCullough.
undivided half of Lots 5. 11. 12. 13. 14
and part of Lot 6. Jacob Davis's sub of
Block 11. Hutching & Darnell s Brook
side add. (On Station and Depot sts,
near 21at st) 600.00
Almon Abernathey to Christopher C. Ed
wards e.t ux., Lots 364 and 365, Allen'
2d north dd. (24th st. near Kader st). 1,000.00
Mar F. Hare to Emma IS. Waymlre,
Lot 41. Arsenal Fark add. (New York
st, near Arsenal av) 800.00
Sarah S. Biedenmeister to Frank A.'
Hi".lenmeiter, part of Lot 167, Fletcher
et al.'g sub of Outlots etc. (Corner
Huron and Cedar ft?) 450.00
John A. Allneh to Wm. B. Fells. Lot 20.
Block 21. Beaty'a add. (Corner Barth
av and Iowa st) 1,000.00
Chas. E. Holloway to Herman E. Mar
tens. Lot 25. in C. E. Coffin's E. Ver-mont-st
add. (Corner Sturm av and
Oriental st.) Also, Lots 143, 144 and
1. in I. Fletcher's sub of I. Fletcher's
Oak Hill suburb. (Arrow av. near
Valley av.) Also, Lot 11, in Eliz. Tal
hott's revised sub of Sec 36. Tp 16, It 3.
(Pennsylvania st, near lth st) 15,000.00
Joseph F. Schofield to Maria F. Kitz
inger, Lot 7, in Farr & Cook's sub.
Lot 3. Hannaman's add. (Meridian st.
near 35th st.) Also, part of Lot 3, in
Hannaman's add. (34th and 35th sts,
bet Illinois and Meridian sts) $.500.00
John F. Wagner to Harland Blchardson,
part of the- n e ' of Sec 21. Tp 17,
K & 100 acres. (Lawrence township).. 4,500.00
Geo. W. Stout to John V. D. Walls,
e i of the n ya of Lot 209, Stout's
Haughville add. (Qleaveland st, near
Wren st) 200.00
Transfers, 11; total consideration $23,225.00
Emma Mulligan, frame house, Ruth and Ohio
C. J. Truemper, addition, Merrill street and
Home place, $150.
Irwin W. Snyder, repairs. 1318 Broadway, $200.
E. YVedeven, repairs, 30." Eat Minnesota street,
S. S. Griffln. addition. 650 Warren avenue, $G00.
BALL NEAR HIS HEART
AX ATTEMPT TO EXTRACT IT WOI LD
II i: DAMGUROLS.
Cliarlea Daniel, Shot at l'nlrvicvr,
Snra Street-IlnlltTay Company
Other Court .ewi.
Charles Daniel, Jr., by Charles Daniel,
sr., as next friend, yesterday tiled suit
against the street-railway company for
$10.000 damages. He says that Joseph
"Wheatley, employed by the street-railway
company as an officer at Fairview Park
on July 21; shot him. He avers that he
was sitting In a swing and was not creating
a disturbance, as the officer stated. The
bullet struck Daniel in the neck, cutting
into the windpipe and he had to breathe
through a tube. The ball lodged so near
tho heart that it cannot be extracted
Clara R. Hicks brought suit against the
str et-railway company for $16,000 damages.
She says that she was thrown from a street
car while alighting and remained uncon
scious for rive days. She was a trained
tiuri-e and avers that she has been so dis
abled that she will be unable to follow her
A Contractor Sneil.
"William E. Harden yesterday brought suit
against Daniel XV. Frank, a contractor, and
Sarah Hume, surety on his bond, for $1,0K)
damases. He alleges that Frank threw up
the contract for remodeling his house be
fore it was finished, and that he had to
hire the remainder of the work done and
had to pay extra money for labor and ma
terial that had been contracted for by
Frank. He also charged that Frank cm
ployed inferior workmen, that part of the
work had to be torn out and done over, and
that some of it that could not be remedied
has damaged his house.
City and County CJo In Court.
The question as to whether the county
or city shall rule in hauling stone from the
workhouse to Carter's hill will be settled
in court. County Attorney Martin Hugg up
holds the commissioners In their conten
tion that county teams cannot be taxed,
while City Controller Dunn Insists that they
must pay license for coming into the city.
In order to make a test case one of the
teamsters was arrested yesterday, and the
decision of the police judge is awaited. If
it goes against the county an appeal will
be taken to the Criminal Court.
Failed tu Confuse the Boy.
The evidence in the remonstrance to the
granting of a liquor license to Terry Moore
was finished before the County Commis
sioners yesterday and argument will be
heard to-morrow morning. The incident of
the day as the testimony of Jese Raker,
a fourteen-year-old colored boyt who
worked in Moore's saloon four days. He
told jvit what was done In the saloon, and
the efforts of Henry Spaan to make him
contradict himself were of no avail and re
sulted in amusement to the crowd.
ew Stilts Filed.
Clara R. Hicks vs. Indianapolis Street
railway Company; damages. Demand $16,
imi. Circuit Court.
Charles Daniel, jr.. by Charles Daniel, sr.,
his next friend, vs. Indianapolis Street-railway
Company; damages. Demand JiO.tXO.
Superior Court. Room 3.
William E. Harden vs. Daniel W. Lv
Frank et al.; damages. Demand $1,050. Cir
Philip H. Jones vs. Anna Jones; divorce.
Superior Court. Room 2.
llItillER COTRTS' RECORD.
V)l'X. The Wabash R. R. Co. vs. Sebas
tian Miller. Adnms C. C. Appellant's ad
ditional brief (1)
JOlii. John Kuhn, guardian, vss. Maria E.
Roehne. Vanderburg S. C. Appellant's re
AW. (itrtrude Rlack. by next friend, vs.
the City of Mlshawaka et al. St. Joseph C.
C. Appellant's brief (S.)
Myron H. Williams yesterday was ap
pointed administrator of the estate of Ed
gar W. Abbott and gave a bond of $2,700.
MONEY TO B00&1V BELL
A DEMOCRAT SAYS FEES HAVE BEEN
GIVEN TO POLLTAKEItS.
Hard for AV. F. Moore If Ilia Contribu
tions Were Vaed Thla War
The fight that "William F. Moore Is put
ting up for the Democratic nomination for
mayor has apparently caused the Demo
cratic city committee, which Is backing
the candidacy of Joseph E. Bell, some un
easiness as to the final result. It was said
by a Moore man yesterday that Joseph T.
Fanning, secretary of the Democratic city
committee, had held a private interview
with each polltaker that brought In his
book and Instructed him to get out and
work for Bell. As an inducement for bette-
work Fanning is said to have left a
liberal fee in the hand of each of the poll
takers as he disappeared through the
giarded door of the sanctum.
The Democrat was uncertain where this
money came from, but he said he supposed
it had been furnished by Bell. "It is cus
tomary," said he, "to pay the polltakers
$3 each time they tfike a poll, and this
money comes from the general fund to
which all the candidates are expected to
subscribe. I suppose Mr. Moore will be as
sessed the same amount as Bell, and if
Moore's money is taken to help Bell's can
d'dacy It will certainly be the hardest prop
osition any Democrat ever went up
Those who are In touch with the situa
tion say that there will be a long, loud
howl go up from the basement of the court
house when the underpaid city employes
are requested to contribute to Bell's cam
paign fund. "But it will do them no good,"
said a Democrat yesterday, "for the or
der has gone forth that the money must
come at once, and they won't dare refuse
to put up."
It was suggested to Moore's managers
yesterday that the Bell faction will try to
control the primary election officers. The
precinct committeemen, the majority of
whom are machine men, have the selection
Sir. Logidon Pleased rrlth the Show
ing: In the Second Ward.
Both the Republican and the Democratic
city committees are now getting In their
sixty-day poll books, and both chairmen
express thmselves as being well satisfied
with the results. Democratic Chairman
Fanning said, yesterday, that he was un
able to tell anything about the poll, as- he
had not yet made a comparison between
the present poll and the vote of two years
Republican Chairman Logsdon received
the majority of his books yesterday early
In the day and spent the afternoon in mak
ing a comparison of this poll over the
poll of two years ago. He was highly grati
fied with the showing, especially with the
good reports from the Second ward, in
which the Republicans always have had
more or less trouble. He said he had never
known the Republicans in the Second to be
so nearly in accord. He declared that if the
thirty-day poll showed up as well as the
sixty-day poll the Republicans would car
ry the city by more than four thousand.
31 r. Uookwalter'a Eastern Tour.
Charles A. Bookwalter, who is now in At
lantic City, has notified Chairman Logs
don. of the Republican city committee, that
he will extend his visit in the East until
after the 20th of this month. He will visit
Boston, New York and other Eastern cities
before his return.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. '
REAL ESTATE Fire insurance. A. J. METER
& CTK. Market.
REAL ESTATE "'E SELL HOl SES." TUB
EN Y AKT AÜKXCT, 24 HA LP WIN ltLOCK.
REAL ESTATE Three-aero fruit farm, twelve
room house, bath. Meridian and 4sth ts.
REAL ESTATE Insurance at lowest rates.
SEIDENSTICKER & ROOT, 147 E. Market.
REAL ESTATE Good rental properties; 12 per
cent. MARION CALDWELL. 62 Fitzgerald.
REAL ESTATE If you are looking: for bar
gains, see JJ. F. CL1NE AGENCY. 124 East
REAL ESTATE List your vacant and improved
property with A. J. MEYER & CO., 144 East
HEAL ESTATE Large amount of funds to loan
on improved real estate. SEIDENSTICKER Äs
ROUT. 147 E. Market. .
REAL ESTATE-Kight rooms, modern, oil
Uroadway. a bargain: investigate this. EN
YAKTA0I:NCV. 24 Raldwln block
REAL ESTATE Rara in, 2022 Uroadway. two
story, nine-room house; both Rases, improved
ttreet. barn, ebok-e location. OWNER.
"iTeTÜESTATE ThfrTyhvc acrelTjust west of
Insane Hospital, with thirteon-room hou.e,
$10.r.0ü. SEIDENSTICKER Ac ROOT, 147 East
REAL ESTATE-RuiMing on E. Washington
st., renting for $1.57S a your: at a price that
will interest you. J. U. M'CULLOUGII, 162 E.
REAL ESTATE Ten-room modern house on
beautiful lot in same square with Art Museum
ito. Special bargain, $3.00. A. J. MEYER &
CO.. 144 E. Jklarket.
REAL ESTATE Fine painting and repairing,
best rubber tires; we manufacture to order. CO
OPERATIVE CARRIAGE CO., 211 N. Alabama
street. New phone 371.
REAL ESTATE Modern eight-room house on
Central av. ; bath, furnace, hardwood floors,
newly decorated, east front, only (4,100. A. J.
M KYER & CO.. 141 E. Market.
REAL ESTATE For sale; splendid building
tract. Capitol ae., north; 20) feet front: could
be subdivided and fold at great profit. HENRY
D. P 1 ER CK. IS Va N. Meridian st.
REAL ESTATE House on easy monthly pay
ments; price, $450 to $4,500; $30 to $500 cash;
$10 to HO per month. Stop paying rent. YAR
YEN - DAVIS. 21 Stevenson building.
REAL ESTATE Good, stx-room eottajre; gas.
well, cistern, cellar, improved street paid: Ash
land ave. and Tenth St.: price $2.300: would take
part trade. ST1LZ A- MILLER, ljl E. Market.
ItEÄ iTlCST aYe For sale. Washlngton-st. b!xk7
three stories: Just east of Odd Fellows" Hall;
rents ilately) $255 per month; leases terminable
on short notice if desired. 1SÜ N. Meridian st..
REAL ESTATE Seven-room frame house, good
barn, plenty of fruit; North Rural, near Wash
ington St.; well, cellar, cistern: lot 104x2SS: plentv
fruit: price $.!,1'. EN Y ART AGENCY, 24 Bald
REAL ESTATE Good six-room cottasre. Ash
land av. and Tenth st. ; price $2.300; would
take part trade for small property; both gases,
well, cistern; street improved and paid. STILZ
& MILLER, 151 E. Market.
REAL ESTATE A great bargain: vacant lot,
southeast corner of Alabama and Twenty
third sts.; street improvements and cement
walks all paid: price $1.20). GERGORY & AP
PEL, asents. 131 E: Market st.
REAL ESTATE Modern eight-room house on
North Pennsylvania st., near St. Clair Park.
Verv dirable home, in walking distance from
Washington St.. $6.i00. Investigate. A. J.
MEYER & CO.. 144 E. Market.
REAL ESTATE Strictly up-to-date six-room
cottage on Hoyt av. ; cellar, pantry, sliding
doors, natural gas, city water, sewer; at $2,OU0;
this property is- a big bargain. SEIDEN-
STICKER A ROOT. 14KMarkt.
REAL ESTATE A NICE DOWtf-TOWN HOME
IN A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD: 9 ROOMS.
LARGE LOT. C2xl3: FRUIT AND SHADE
TREES: PRICE ONLY HENRY H.
FAY. OVER BIG FOUR TICKET OFFICE.
REAL ESTATE Talbott av.. near Twenty-second;
seven-room cottage, with bath, furnace,
both gases, water, barn, cement walks; all in
first -class condition. A bargain at $3,500.
SEIDENSTICKER & ROOT, 147 E. Market.
REAL-ESTATE Modern eight-room house on
North Stato st., near Vermont; bath, both
gases, two grates and mantels, city water, well,
cistern, large porch, fine fruit: only $2.6ö0.
Terms to suit. A. J. MEYER & CO., 144 East
REAL ESTATE ;i2S-acre farm north part-of
Marlon county. This is one of the best im
proved farms In the county. All fine land and
abundance of spring water. Can be bought at a
great bargain. Price. $m per acre. B. F. CLINE
AG EXCY. 121 E. Market.
FOR SALE Four farms of 160 acre each for
sale cheap In the great fruit, stock and farm
ing country of northern Arkansas. No hot winds.
Soil A 1. Will stand Inspection now. Llfetlm-
epirt unity. For information address H. T.
RARTON. Box 1JL HrdyArk.
REAL E ST AT E 320 -acre farm in Sullivan coun
ty. Indiana, to trade for city property: l3-acre
far l.i In Sullivan county. Indiana, to trade for
stock of shoes; 200-acre farm in Hamilton coun
ty. Illinois, to trad for city property. FIELD-
INO .fr ROATR1GHT. 51S Stevenson.
BEAUTIFUL N. MERIDIAN-ST. LOT.
I offer FOR SALE the CHOICEST and BEST
LOCATED Lot for the mony on MERIDIAN
ST. FINE HOMES ON EITHER SIDE. PRICES
IN THIS SQUARE ARE FAST ADVANCING.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE. NAT
URAL GAS AND AN ABUNDANCE OF IT.
STREET TO RE IMPROVED. WHEN COM
PLETED. PRR'E WILL ADVANCE 25 PER
JOS. W. SELVAGE, OWNER.
73-76 Lombard Building. Phones 717.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE Corner lot on Hovey st.. east ot
Atlas works. Make offer; must be sold. B. F.
CLIN E A (J ENCY, 124 E. Market.
.REAL ESTATE Houe andHülTörfRlleföntalne
it.. north; nine rooms, and bath, attic, both
gae. new hou.se; fine property; price $4.2i;
between Twtnty-fecond and Twenty-third ts.;
small payment down: balance fa?y payments.
K. F. CLINE AGENcr. 12 V. Market.
A DOWN-TOWN BUILDING SITE.
I OFFER FOR SALE THE ONLY DESIRABLE
VACANT BUILDING SITE (DOWN-TOWN) in
the city that can be purchased at a REASON
ABLE PRICE. EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR
APARTMENT HOUSE OR CHURCH BUILD
ING. PENNSYLVANIA. NEAR VERMONT.
FOR PRICE AND TERMS, SEE ME AT OF
FICE. JOS. W. SELVAGE. SOLE AGENT. PHONES
717. 73-76 Lombard Building.
North Modern houses on Capitol av., Illinois
St., Meridian St.. Pennsylvania st.,
Colleg! av.. Ruckle St., Delaware st.,
Talbott av.. Central av., North st..
between Illinois and Meridian sts. All
Tacoma av. Double rental property,
Just north of Washington st. Well
rented at $102 per year. A choice in
vestment. South Attractive home on Spruce st., 6 rooms
and bath. Nice home on Hoyt av., t
rooms; good barn; to close estate.
Attractive home on Marlon av., half
block from car line; owner non
resident. Other Improved properties and vacant lots in
all parts of the city.
Call at office and get full description.
THE UNION TRUST COMPANY,
11S-122 East Market St.)
GREATEST SACRIFICE OFsTHE YEAR.
CHOICE LOT (40x170) on College ave., with
street, sidewalk, sewer and all other Improve
ments made; (NATURAL GAS); Iot is worth
$1.800.00; OWNER MUST HAVE MONEY AND
WILL CONSIDER ANY REASONABLE OFFER
AT OR NEAR $l.C0v; MUST SELL QUICK.
JOS. W. SELVAGE, 73-76 LOMBARD BLDG.
AN ASIILAND-AVE. HOME. "BARGAIN."
$3.200 will purchase Beautiful New, Modern
Heme of Eight rooms, finished throughout in
OAK, Complete Bath and Furnace. Irge Lot,
40x163, Cement walks. Sewers. Natural Uas.
THIS PROPERTY IS WORTH $3.800.00.
MUST SELL THIS PROPERTY QUICK.
JOS. X7. SELVAGE. .73-76 Lombard Building.
REAL ESTATE Homestead Place. Do not
miss this opportunity. You never had such a
chance in the history of Indianapolis before, to
secure a beautiful home on terms within the
reach of every one. These are all perfectly lo
cated lots; 40 feet 6 inches by 130 feet; only
15 minutes by car from the Circle; price is very
low; only $250 to $3u0 each, without Interest or
taxes; with cement sidewalks and shade trees
In front of every lot; without cost to purchaser,
at the remarkable low payment of 0 cents
down to 50 cents per week; no tax. no in
terest until paid for. We suspend payments if
you are ill. Could conditions or terms be more
liberal? These lots are located on a beautiful,
elevated plateau, fully 50 feet above the level
of Washington st. Near White River Park; ti.e
lots are perfectly drained and all are underlaid
with a bed of gravel. Perfect titles, warranty
deeds. Free transportation to adults from our
office every day at 2 o'clock p. m. Don't wait
till the lots are picked over, but let us take you
Monday afternoon and get first choice: there Is
already a large number of lots spoken for. Plats,
price-lists and full information at our office at
any time. HOMESTEAD LOAN AND INVEST
MENT ASSOCIATION, 57 Baldwin Block. The
above association will build houses or pay off
mortgages on a 1 per cent, interest basis. Cut
this out, it may not appear again.
SOME MODERN HOMES NORTH.
$4,3000 for Choice Eight-room Modern Home,
Capitol av.. near Twentieth st.
$4,700.00 for Beautiful Homo of Eight rooms,
Pennsylvania st., near Twenty-third.
J4.500.0O for Choice East front Home of nine
rooms, Pennsylvania st., near Twenty
$4,600.00 for Beautiful New, Modern Nine-room
House, Broadway, near Twenty-second St.,
$7.500.00 for CHOICE. HANDSOME, NEW MOD
ERN HOME OF eleven rooms. New Jersey
st.. in Morris Addition. ABUNDANCE OF
$7.300.00 for a Beautiful New. Strictly Modern
Horn Center Hall Type), on Broadway;
STRICTLY HIGH-GRADE AND FIRST
CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT: FINEST
I'LL' M RING ; SELECTED QUARTER OAK
FINISH, HARDWOOD FLOORS, ELEC
TRIC LIGHT, CISTERN WATER
THROUGHOUT HOUSE, PLATE AND
ART GLASS FRONT. AN IDEAL HOME
PROPERTY; IS WORTH $7.500.00 to anv
one wanting SUCH A HOME. COULD
NOT BE DUPLICATED AT ANYTHING
NEAR THAT PRICE. INVESTIGATE.
$3,500.00 for Modern Home of Eight rooms.
Broadway, near Twenty-first Et. Good
$3.200.K) for Choice East front Home of Eight
rooms. Talbott av., rir Twenty-third st.
$1,000.00 for Beautiful Modern Home of NINE
rooms. Delaware, near Tweny-thlrd st.
$3,800.00 for Strictly High-grade Modern Homo.
New Jersey St., Morton Place, EAST
$2,S50.OO for large East-front Home of 9 rooms.
Helicfoiitaine, near Seventeenth st. Good
JOS. W. SELVAGE, 73-76 Lombard Building.
FOR RENT R0031S.
FOR RENT Large front room; fine location: all
conveniences; gentlemen only. 542 N. Illinois,
s - - - . -
WANTED Room, with board, within four or
live blocks of down town. Must be strictly
first-class. Young gentleman. 423 Journal.
"WANTED By young lady, room and board in
first-class boarding house, within six squares
of Washington St., and where there arc young
people. References exchanged. Address 421, In
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Lumber, Building material, mill
work; cut prices. . 115 E. South: New phone 3423.
FOR-S.VLENice, nearly new surrey; must be
sold: a bargain. B. F. CLINE AGENCY, 124
FOR SALE Wrought iron fencing, wire fenc
ing. 0:r own designs at low prices. EN
TERPRISE FOUNDRY AND FENCE CO., 366
S. Senate ave. Phone 958.
FÖH SALE Typewriters, all standard . makes;
machines rented $3 per month. Repairing so
licited. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, Room 23,
No. 7 S. Meridian st. Old phone 2sQ0.
FOR SALE We make wood ana metal patterns;
expert mechanics; superior equipment; prompt
service. Old 'phona 2382. MONARCH GAS EN
GINE CO.. E. New York and Belt R. R.
FOR SALE ONE HALL PATENT FIREPROOF
SAFE. 44x30x24; ALSO STANDING DESK. IN
CLOSED WITH GLASS FRONT. HENRY II.
FAY. OVER BIG FOUR TICKET OFFICE.
FOR SALE Call on me for all kinds cf commer
cial printing. I can save you big money on
envelopes, letter heads and business cards.
Promptness and good work Is my motto. G. E.
COUSINS. 20 N. Delaware st.
SALE AT BATES HOUSE.
One feel water heater, one oil separator, two
cold-water pumps, two feed-water pumps, one
duplex elevator pump, one elevator pump, plate
glass, many Elzes; marble, brick, lumber, doors,
windows, tiling, gentlemen's closet, large; and
many other things.
WRECKING CO.. BATES HOUSE.
WANTED Traveling salesman wanted at once
for general store trade. Permanent position for
good man. No others need apply. Give refer
ences. Box 3. Detroit. Mich.
WANTED Wideawake, reliable man as perma
nent salesman; general store trade; clean
record and full time necessary. M. F. BIXLER
& CO.. 233 Bank St.. Cleveland. O.
WANTED Salesman for northern Indiana. Only
those with experience and established trade
need reply. Address GIESECKL-D'OENCH-HAYS
SHOE CO.. St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Reliable salesmen to sell as side line
on liberal commission the celebrated Royal
Pepsin Stomach Bitters. Full particulars on ap
plies tion.ajT.SCJIARFF, St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Thoroughly up-to-date traveling
sale-man. whose references will bear Investiga
tion, to sell Al specialties. Liberal salary and
expenses to energetic, experienced man. Ad-
dn-i. P. O. Drawer 673. Chicago. 111.
WANTED Salesmen to handle our line of print
ed wrapping paper; best and most attractive
line in the country; excellent side line for sales
men calling on general merchants: our commis
sions are liberal and paid promptly. Address
the KEMPER-THOMAS COMPANY. Cincinnati.
O.. largest printed wrapping paper house In the
SHORTHAND AND TYP E WRITING I la r d y ' a
School of Stenography; individual Instruction;
special summer rates. 729 Lemcke building.
AUCTION SALE G. W. McCurdy, real estate
and general auctioneer. No. 245 West Wash
CH IROPOmST"1 TO THE BEST FAMTLIB
for ten years. House calls attended to. DR
1 C 11. BRALEY. 9 N. Merldiaa si. Room 12.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
To LET F-e list at 131 E. Market: ground
CiREGOKT A APPEL. .
FOR KENT Desirable location for saloon, near
postotft. iss N. Meridian st. Room IL
FOR RENT A brick hotel a Parker. Ind. WIL
LIAM SMITH. 231 East St. Joe street, cltj.
Füll RENT Four rooms and bath. Michigan it
near Meridian; rent $25. including water rent
and steam heat. STILZ & MILLER, l-l E"
FOR RENT Storeroom, three stories and base
ment, near postofnee. rerhaps with elevator
and steam heat. Light and openings three sides.
IHNRYD. PIERCE. 1S4 N. Meridian st.
FOR RENT Large rooming house with sixteen
sleeping rooms. Large dining room, kitchen,
serving room, pantry, bath, wash and closet:
down town. Rest location In city for rooming
house. One who is able to furnish this house In
first-class style can get plenty of boarder and
make money. 305 N. Illinois st- JOHN W1M
MER. IS N. Pennsylvania st.
FOR RENT-FINE FLATb
-NO. 627 N. PENNSYLVANIA ST..
Will be completed August 15. Flats contain elx
rooms and bath; light on four sides; every mod
The Intention is to make these Cats the finest
and most complete In Indianapolis.
THE UNION TRUST COMPANY.
11S-122 E. Market st.
i OR RENT
Apartments and Flats
Choice, modern suites In the Delaware, four
end five rooms each; rent, $20 to $40; the "Yed
do," four rooms, $20. Apartments with board,
in the Imperial and the St. Charles.
THE CENTRAL TRUST CO.,
150 East Market.
FOR RENT '
A. J. MEYER & CO.. 144 E. MARKET
16Ö1 N. Delaware st., modern 11
513 E. Nineteenth st., modern 9
1M2 Central av., modern 9
313 E. Tenth St., modern 3
217 E. Tenth st., modern 8
1W1 Talbott av., modern 9
413 E. New York St.. modern 7
513 N. East St., modern 8
11-0 N. New Jersey St., modern 8
2SU1 N. Illinois st., modern t
2123 Central av., modern 7
2l'13 Bellefontaine st., modern 9
1321 N. Capitol av., bath 9
1215 Newman st., modern 7
2121 N. Capitol lv., modern 7
2425 N. Meridian St., modern 9
126 W. Fourteenth st., modern 7
661 E. Tenth st 7
1313 E. Pratt st 8
221 Detroit av 5
637 S. Delaware st 6
1S27 Brookside av 6
612 Chadwick st 3
BY THE UNION TRUST CO:.
11S-122 E. Market st.
2213 Bellefontalne st., 3 rooms, modern...
2317 X. Illinois st.. 9 rooms, modern, new....
2313 N. Illinois st.. 9 rooms, modern, new...
210-12 W. Twentieth st, 8 rooms, modern....
K'OC Cornell av., 11 rooms
2032 Highland place, 8 rooms
60S-610 E. Tenth, 5 rooms
211 Detroit St., 6 rooms, new
2117 N. Pennsylvania St., 10 rooms, modern,
2503 Ashland av., 8 rooms, modern
1106 Malott av., 2 rooms
307 E. Washington st., 2 rooms
"Glencoe Flats," C27 N. Pennsylvania at.,
most complete in city; ready August 15.
141 W. Twenty-first Et., 2 rooms
1104 Malott av., store
116 Malott av :
Desirable rooms. Company's building,
118-122 E. Market.
Modern offices in LAW BUILDING, $10 and
upward; steam heat, electric light. Janitor
service; complete law library for tenants' use.
PROPERTY FOR RENT
INDIANA TRUST COMPANY",
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10. 1901.
1301 N. Pennsyl
vania, 'mod., 10
505 N. East st..;.. 50.00
1C01 N. Delaware
St., modern 35.00
604 N. New Jer
sey, mod., 9 rms 30.00
214 Adelaide st 10.00
218 Adelaide st.... 10. 00
201 Minerva st 8.M
120 N. Davidson, 6
511 Highland av.,
6 rooms 10.00
Rooms and Apart
ments. Mi's E. Wash. St.,
16 roomx $35.00
446j E. Wash, st.,
2 rooms 7.00
44i E. Wash. st. 7.00
S50 Virginia av.
$2.50 and 6.00
ClO'i K. Wash. st. 5.00
&4Sä E. Wash st.,
5 rooms 5.00
4464 E. Wash. st. 5.00
2505 Prospect, 16
rms, modern $25.00
1609 Barth av., 5
1440 Deloss st 8.00
511 Chesapeake st. 6.00
513 Chesapeake st. 8.00
518 Chesapeake st. 7.00
524 Chesapeake st. 7.00
526 Chesapeake St. 7.00
516 Chesapeake st. 7.00
513 Chesapeake st.,
3 rooms 6.00
201-3 and 5 S. Me
ridian st......... ....
54S W. Wash. St.. $43.00
and Wyoming... 40.00
1601 XV. Morris st. 35.00
446 E. Washington ....
44S E. Washington ....
1243 E. Wash. St.. 18.00
STjO Virginia av.... lS-O?)
1053 Virginia av... 15.00
Corner N. Jersey
and McCarty sts 12.00
1411 E. Wash. st.. 12.00
118 N. Delaware
511 Abbott, 3 rms. 5.00
.33 Chadwick, 4
807 S. New Jeney,
7 rms & stable.. 16.00
1128 Chestnut 8.00
63o2 . West St.,
5484 W. Wash,
st., 1 room
S52 Virginia av.,
1440 Hill av., 1 rm
1440 Hill av., 1 rm
1110 Hill av, 2 rms
Agent for apartments
n the "Victoria.
Offices for rent in Indiana Trust Building.
City property for sale. Loans negotiated.
Fire insurance at lowest rates.
Savings department. Indiana Trust Company.
Deposits received of $1 and upward. Pays 3 per
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Blacksmith fioorman. Address XV. II.
EM INS, Joncsboro. lnd.
WXNTEDExpcricr.ced man to wind armatures.
TERR E HAUTE ELEC. CO.. Terre Haute. Ind.
WANTED Machinists, both vise and machine
hands; good wages and steady Jobs are offered
to the right met.. Address THE BUCYRUS
COMPANY. South Milwaukee. Wis.
WANTED A salesman calling on the country
trade to sell our line of dry goods specialties
and blankets on commission. A good side line.
FRANK D. LALANNE & CO.. Philadelphia. Pa.
WANTED Civil-service government "positions.
About 9.500 appointments made last year; prob
ably 10,000 this year; only a common school edu
cation required. Catalogue of information fre.
COLUMBIAN CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE,
Washin gton. D. C.
WANTED Postoffice clerks and carriers, clerks
for customs, internal revenue, railway mail
and departmental services to be appointed by
the thousands. Examinations soon in every
State. Write for Circular 128. Full particulars
free of NATL COR. INSTITUTE, Washington,
WANTED Active manager this city; $1,500 year
ly salary payable monthly; extra commissions;
old established house; office duties wholly; must
como well recommended, be willing make per
manent engagement and furnish $S0O cash.
MANAGER, Drawer 74, New Haven, Conn.
WANTED Permanent position for the right
man to represent old established company hav
ing $200,000 capital; $300 pr year and expenses,
payable direct from our oince; no deception; ab
solutely straight salary, not conditional on re
sults. Chance for promotion and Increase of
salary. State age, reference and business ex
perience. Address UNION MFG. CO., Box 824.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Fifty girls to make and trim hats.
THOS. E. POTTER & SON, 519 W. North st.
WANTED $12 weekly, either sex, copying let
ters at home. Inclose two stamps with appli
cation. LAKE SHORE MERCANTILE COM
WANTED Men and women everywhere to copy
letters; $3 to $6 weekly working evenings; par
ticulars enabling you to start to work mailed on
application. Inclose stamp. UNION ADVER
TISING CO., Toledo, O.
WANTED Experienced hardware and stove
salesman. Address Box 423, Journal.
WANTED Manager in every city, country, to
V handle best-paying business known; legitimate,
new; exclusive control. PHOENIX CO., 13 W.
Twenty-eighth St., New York.
WANTED Agents, male or female. Big money
selling latest article, wonderful double-tared
mirror with picture revealed held to light; good
side line. Sample pocket mirror. 10c. Catalogue
free. TRANSPARENT MIRROR CO., 81 Fifth
WANTED Driving horse for Its feed. Best of
care taken. 1S27 Central av.
WANTED Charlie Gum Laundry. 933 Virginia
av. Shirts. 2 for 15c; collars, 14c; cuffs, 3c.
WANTED A Good rooming" house or flatcen
trally located. Give size and price. Will deal
with owners only. Box 416. Journal office.
WANTED Call on us tor expert service to re
pair your gas engines. Old phom MON
ARCH GAS ENGINE CO.. E. New York L and
Belt R. R-
W ANTE D JAN HONG LOW CO.. 22 INDIANA
AVENUE. Best chop suey house In city.
Good cook from San Francisco. Everything
WANTED Fret work, hardwood floors, screen
doors and cabinet work of all kinds at reason
able prices. Let me bid on your work. JOSEPH
MAlIIt. W m. Jiumiuu. ... w let.,
WANTED One hundred stage dancers for the
season; iaaies or gentleman; new beginners
wishing to learn and get a flrst-clas start
call PROF. RATNO SCHOOL. 230 West Ohio
street. India ha pol is.
VVANTED ACME PAPER AND FRESCO
CLEANERS; WALL TINTING THAT IS
WASHABLE; CAN BE DONE OVER OLD
PAPER. LIQUID PORCELAIN COATING
FOR KITCHENS AND BATHROOMS. HENRY
TAYLOR. 447 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE.
NEW PHONE. 26i; OLD, 1-299.
IRON AND WIRD FENCES.
IRON AND WIRE FENCES CLE A VELAND
FENCE CO.. 1020 K. Be-vllle. New phone
LOANS Money' ott C?fTAYLE
1 T Warn Virk.t limL
FINANCIAL-J. II. PATTISON. 51 Monument
place, for prompt loans. .
FINANCIAL I lave .b.8tl .Vtt tT"
pared bv L. M. BROWN. 114 E. Marketst.
F 1 N ANCI A L M cney loanea on v,"afbLi.nc!.8h
for old a-oid. WARD A CO.. 11 N. Merldant
MNANClAL-$lü0.övu to loan In sums t1.1..
4. 5 anJ 6 Per cent.; no delay. J. J. KRLUi-R.
224 Lemcke building. .
FINANClAL-Flrst-mortgas loans on im
proved Indianapolis property: lowest rates.
privilege of prepayment. SPANN ä
FINANCIAL Loans on city or "HMlIsiON1
Indiana. 54 per cent. NO f WMMIlOX
Money ready- C. N. WILLIAMS & CO..
V-.. ... . . ri-1 l.-v. n not less than
$1.000 promptly made on approved pecuri,j'e V
favorable rates and terms; Urge loans solicited.
O. E. FIFIELD. 1002 Majestic building. ,
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS .
to loan In sums of
$10. $15. $20. $50. $100. $200
or any amount on
FURNITURE. PIANOS. ORGANS
BICYCLES. STORE FLXTURES. ETC..
At rates which honest popl can afford to
pay. The property to remain la your undis
turbed possession. -
EVERYBODY WHO WANTS MONEY
CALL AND SEE US.
Room 10. 147 Esst Market street.
YOUR ABILITY TO EARN
A REGULAR SALARY,
and the fact that you are holding
a good, permanent position,
are sufficient assurances that
you can and will pay back
Therefore we will loan mcney
to you at any time.
Yeur personal note will be
accepted without security.
Easy payments, low rates, fair
treatment and absolute secrecy guaranteed.
INDIANA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.
ROOM 4. LOMBARD BUILDING,
244 E. WASHINGTON ST.
LOANS TO HONEST SALARIED PEOPLE ON
THEIR OWN NOTES. WITHOUT
YOUR EMPLOYER WILL NOT KNOW.
PAY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY.
LONGEST TIME, EASIEST PAYMENTS AND
LOWEST RATES OF ANY COMPANY
IN THE CITY.
If you need money for any purpose you need
not wait unll you save It up. but come to us:
we can help you out. No advance charge for
Investigation. Call and let us explain. SECURI
TY MORTGAGE LOAN CO., 207-209 Indiana
Trust building. Second floor.
$50,000.00 $50.0(0.00 $50.000.00
to loan In amounts $10 to $100.
SALARY LOANS UPON PLAIN NOTES.
No mortgage. No indorser. No publicity.
Every $1 paid off loan reduces cost.
We do not gain patronage by disparaging others.
each transaction to be as represented.
"PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED."
KIND. SQUARE DEALING FOR ALL.
NO CHARGES for drawing papers.
NO CHARGES deducted in advance.
Every satisfied customer means more, for they
will recommend us to their friends.
"We POSITIVELY will not be underrated."
Quiet offices. Quiet place. Quiet people.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
The Law Building."
Walk up one flight, turn to left to Room 201.
MONEY TO LOAN.
We loan money on WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
We loan money on FURNITURE, PIANOS,
etc.. without removal.
We loan money to SALARIED PEOPLE with
out indorsement or collateral.
We have the three branches all In our office
and under one expense, and consequently can
loan much cheaper than companies that have
Just one line. Our office is convenient and nicely
arranged, so that all business can be conducted
We take great pride in stating that our repu
tation as to fairness and courteous treatment is
Please call and be convinced that you can do
better here than any place in the city.
CENTRAL LOAN COMPANY.
203 Stevenson Building,
Second floor (13 E. Washington St.), Front Room.
FOR SALE OR -RADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Eighty-flve-acre farm
near Medaryville, in Pulaski county. Indiana.
This is a snap. Farms In all parts of the State
and property and lots in all parts of this city.
B F. CLINE AGENCY. 124 E. Market.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Good property north.
Trade for better property in Morton Place and
pay cash difference.
Good lot on Park av. to trade for a home and
pay difference qr assume. WM. B. DAVIS,
2S When Building.
BUSINESS CHANCE Laundry for sale, or will
trade for stock of goods or farm. 28 When
building. SCOTT & CARPENTER.
BUSINESS CHANCE "Honest Speculation."
$100 invested In wheat or corn under present
conditions may make you Independently rich.
New method speculating. Send for free partic
ulars. HERBERT R. FULTON, broker, Unity
MARKS & BILLINGS.
OLD RELIABLE BROKERS PROMOTERS.
SUITE 64 & 65 LOMBARD BLDG.
We have all kinds of business to sell er ex
change. You will save time and money if you
want to buy or sell by calling.
We mention a few snaps
Big bargains in small grocery, nicely stocked.
Grocery and bakery attached, well located.
Two small restaurants, good lunch trade.
First-class hotel and restaurant, near depot.
Fine confectionery and ice cream parlor.
Several rooming houses, nicely furnished.
Fine cigar stand in good hotel.
Good hardware stock in out of town location.
Good hotel located 20 miles south.
Fine restaurant with cigar stand and confec
tionery, 40 miles north'.
Have farms in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ne
braska, Kansas and Texas to exchange for other
property or sell at low price for cash or stocks
Can secure capital for manufacturing lnlert.t.
Have quick facilities to handle real estate.
Money to loan on property, low rate.
Call and see us.
NOTICE FEED, L. A. CATTS CLIPT OATS.
321 Wr. WASHINGTON ST.
NOTICE Furniture, pianos moved; carpets laid;
goods packed for -hipment. G. W. WALKER,
23 W. Eleventh. Phone green 341. office 813.
NOTICE C. F. Gordon. Cisterns cleaned and
cemented; wells driven to second water. 407
E. Wash. Old phone 1 on 1239. Terms reasonable.
NOTICE Try Dr. Creedon's Neurovita for nerv
ousness, insomnia, diabetes. Also, his Relia
ble Hair Restorer. Tel. Green, 454; old, 1630,
All advertisements Inserted In tnese columns
are charged at very low rat of cents a line.
No additional charge per line for blank or dash
lines. Telephone 238 and your ad will be called
PALMISTRY Your hand read for 10c by Amer
ica's most noted palmists. Mesdames Delmaine,
Pastella and Juanetta, known as the most scien
tific and the most reliable palmists in the world.
They have read for 50,oti0 people, in this city, of
which any one will testify that they are thor
oughly reliable in givin? advice on any subject.
All moves, changes and important events con
nected with the life is given with a full reading,
and a picture of your future husband or wife
given free with every 25c reading for a few days
only. Come early to avoid the rush. Palmistry
taught. 10 N. Pennsylvania st., from 8 a. m. tj
9 p. m.
PLATING Job pUUngTVrk called for and de
Iivered. INDIANAPOLIS ELECTRO PLATING
CO., 1701 1703 E. Mich. st. New phone, 3413.
WIRE AND BRASS WORKS.
WIRE AND BRASS WORK Indiana wire "and
brass works, manufacturers of plain and orna
mental wire, iron and brass Work of every de
scription. 34 XV. Maryland st.
PATTERNS INDIANAPOLIS ARTISTIC PAT
TERN WORKS. Fenneman and Minnesota sts
Special stove and !urnace patterns All kinds of
ornamental work. Old phone 2349.
SAFES HERRINO-H ALL-MARVIN SAFE CO
General agent. OLIVER W. ISENSEE7 53 Mon
ument place. New phone, 3411
PAINTING Joseph R. Adams, painter. 11 Hud
. !n S!v-Mk rrur nragements through old
phone- rTJ. new 'phon. 751. for painting, grain -In,
kaiaonlnlnx, Unntng and glaxing.
. v - -
VITAL STATISTICS AUG. 10,
K. and Joseph Kiikiatri-k. i.i V.aran ...
nue. boy. "
Laura an 1 William L. Huvwar l, 57 i; ,
tor. ' ' ' "
Rosar.n an 1 Frark E. Ai:r.. ::"7 F ; v,,
Un street, boy. -"''-
C. J. w.il Albert lowers, f 7 D;vK-n tr.
Mrs. and George Wen. 517 S i.th Alat-r,
street, boy. '
Louise and W. F. Frtr.Uel. 61) Strl-r
Orpha and James XV. Matth. n. im Col t
Grace and Georz Olirtir.?. ."7 F.!rr ir t T
Matilda and Shtiby Bes-ore, i Wet Nt-w'v .J
street, girl. E
,Nora and Albert E. Hljlcn, 715 Gnn-.i-'a
Anna and George Fanslrr. IMS Martini: t
Blanche and Raymond C. vr.al!. , ,-r
Clarence and Oscar Adams, iz.s Iirra-i
Edith and William C. Lee. 4 Ei s r-..,
street, boy. w v"ar
Sarah and Timothy Fltzcerali. llZl Cclun.l;
Harry J. Eal'.ock and Julia F. rrty.
Norman A. Smith and Jessie A. Bruu.'.tj.
Frank Sader and Lizzie Pruitt.
Walter L. Booker and Edith D. Rce.
John H. Sar.gnon and Delilah Fü'.tcn.
Charles Lacey and Luetta Ver.arl.
Joseph E. Guisinger and Ray Martyr..
Lorenzo D. Thompson and Mary E. Bowcu;.
Samuel Goldstein and Caroline Howltz.
James R. Evans and Florence M. JcrcUn.
Philip L. Janett, sixteen months. ZVl West
Washington street, gastritis.
Lewis Robinson, fifty-five, 122 Brooker ttret.
Clarence Wad, thirteen, 1107 Glenn avfnue.
Anna Kurtz, forty-five, 1010 Senate aeru.
Mary Hebron, fortj-nir.e, 1212 Columbia avenue,
Mrs, Margaret Price, sixty-one. Insane Hr!
tal, acute entero-coliti.
IIANCH Flora Eugene Olleman. wife of 2. cb
N. Hanch. Aug. 10. 1501. at Maywool. lnd.
Ehe was born at Waverly. Ind., In IKS. The de
ceased was a loving daughter and devoted wife
and -mother. Her only child. Hazel Nellie, d:-d
several years ago. Her mother, whose dtath
occurred June 10, 1901, was nursei through her
long Illness with most loving- car-? and faithful
kindness, which ended only with her life. Mrs.
Hanch was a woman of streng personality,
strong In her affection and faithful to h-r
friends. She was cheerful and companions M
always. Her sudden death caste a gloom otr
her many friends. E. W. H.
SAMUELS Mrs. Amelia Samuels, mother of th
Misses Samuels. Funeral Monday, at 3 p. m.
from residence, 1616 North Pennsylvania.
Tel. 225. Branch works E. entrance Crown 11 HL
MONUMENTS Indiana Marble and Granite
Works. Encaustic, tile rtoors. matbte and t1!e
wainscoting. 147 N. Delaware. Old Phone S:s.
FLANNER & BnXNANLlcensed
embalmers.) Can ship dlpththerla and
scarlet fever. Lady ernbalmer for
ladies and children. 220 North IUI
nois street. Telephone C41. new and old.
Old 250. C. E. KREOELO. New ZL.
223 S. Delaware St.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Rev. M. U Wells, M
North Alabama street. Old 'phone 2764. new
Residence 124 Dickson street. New 'phone 23K.
PROTECT YOUR DEAD.
The Okey Cement Burial Vault la the only
air and water-tight, burglar-proof burial vault
manufactured. Sold by cemetery associations
and undertakers, or may be ordered of us di
rect. Send for booklet and prices. OKEY
BURIAL VAULT CO.. SCI Madison avenue. New
Phone 1320 and 304$. N. IX GROFF. General
FOR SALE HORSES AM) VEHICLE.
DEPOT WAGONS, broughams, coaches, phae
tons, hearses; our make; bargains. BOBBINS,
22 East Georgia street. Repairing solicited.
JOURNAL Dl'SINESS D I RECTO It Y.
Wm. L. Rice. 2605 West Michigan street. Tele
phones: Old. 2S750; new. $152. Territory west of
Passenger and freight. Repairs and surpllca.
REEDY &. CO. Phones New 3170. old 2271Z.
New No. 241 Mass. ave.. 22 N. Del. eL TeL
INDIANAPOLIS Laundry Co. OM Phone,
COLLARS. lViC CUFFS. 3c Pit.
Shirts, shirtwaists, collars and cuffs our specialty.
E. T. SILVIUS & CO.. JS N. Pennsylvania at.
Free pamphlets and consultation.
THOMAS R.' BELL, consulting engineer anl
patent solicitor. 64 lngalli block, Indianapolis.
V. IL LOCKWOOD, ramphlet or any general
information free of charge.
415-41S Lemcke Building.
STEG MEIER BROS., Oyster and Chop House.
1 N. Illinois jit. Both phones. 70S.
8 ALE AND LIVERY STABLES
HORACE WOOD. (Carriages. Traps. Buck
boards. etc.) 2 Circle. TeL 1037
THE PEERLESS FOUNDRY CO.. 710 Meek st.
Old phone 2 on 10Ö60. New 2402.
II. C. STEVENS, New Style Wall Paper.
Low prices. tt0 N. Se aate ave. TeL i on 21-
FRANK BLANCH AR D.
99 N. Delaware st. Tel. 41L Lady attendant.
TUTEWILER A. BON.
Undertakers. 124 XV. Market et. TeL 21.
NEW CHURCH CHAPEL 23 North Alabama
Btreet. Rev. Willis L. Gladish, minister. Serv
ice and sermon. 11 o'clock. Subject. "Casting
the Devils Into Swine." Sunday fcohool. 3.2
STOVES AND REPAIRS.
STOVE REPAIRS Stove repair and tin shop.
235 Virginia ave. New 'phone, 2475. Old 'phore
STOVES MODEL STEEL RANGES AND
stoves. Quick M-l st-l ranees an! gasol:r
goods. HOME STOVE CO.. 117-11 S. Meridian st.
HAVE YOUR JOB CARPENTER WORK AND
fly. screening done at PARK'S. 64? E. Wash.
HAVE your electrical work done by V. B. FUL
LER. 317 Virginia avenue; prices reasonable!
HORSESHOEING, fc and Old jhone. 2S.13
916 Mass. a v. G M. TI N DEL
HORSESHOEING Flrst-c I aVs" work. Special a t
tenticn to lameness and interfering. FELLd
&I1KRTLKS. hZS E. Washington st.
Huii. LS Ii O E 1 N G 90c. Ft rs t -c lass work. Horse
called for and delivered. EDWARDS. 23 Ma
ave. Phones: New. 223Ä; old. 2-Z7ZX.
DENTISTRY S. F. EARHART. DENTIST. RE
MOVED TO ll'i XV. WASHINGTON ST.
FOR SALE Gas and gasoline engines. 14 to 100
horse power. MONARCH GAS ENGINE CO..
D. New York and Belt R. It.
FURNACES Once more in the ring. The cheap
est place to buy a first-das furnace is
216 8. Pennsylvaiwa. New rhone 1449. HENRY
STORAGE Hooslcr Transfer and Coal Ca.
house and safe movers; havy haulir.r of all
kirds. 18 S. Ielaware st. TfU-phone Z:.J.
storag eindiXn.störge"Än lTtrans-
FER CO.. 27jG square feet of spar; fire
proof, electric elevators; office. 339 E. Washing
ton St.; cheapest place in the city. Both phones
2"2S. LEW S HANK.
SI OR AGE The Unwn Transfer and Mora
Company, center Eat Ohio street and Dec
line tracks; only first-class rtorage solicited.
CRATING AND PACKING OF HOUSEHOLD
GOODS A SPECIALTY.
ARC! I ITECTS M. IL TRAY LOR. ArcMtect.
It and 15 When block. Phor .454.
UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRYNoa. S3
23S Virginia ave. Phone liO.