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W CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS
ING RATES ON REQUEST
TFO CLASSIFIED ADVER
TISING DEPARTMENT.
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
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George Grinsteiner
Funeral director, 622 East Market. Old
Phone Main 808. New phone, 27-208.
F" UN ERAL DIRECTORS— A. Mi RAGS
DALE CO., 232 North Delaware. Par
lors for holding funeral services. Auto am
bulance.
McKAHAN & WILHITE
i37 W, Thirteenth st. Main 3210.
It J. c. wTlson
Auto. 61-671. Prospect *22.
BtNERAI. DIRECTORS—
■ WM. E. KRIEGER,
P7ew Main 1454, 1402 N. Illlnela
K . / ~ UNDER T AK E RS. ~~
; W. T. BLASENGYM
1625 Shelby St. Pros. 2570. Auto. 61-114.
UNDERTAKERS— MI SET * TITUS, 981
North Del. New 26-564. Main 35*0.
-DEATH AND FUNERAL NOTICES,
CORE, JACK C.—BELOVED HUSBAND
of Reba Core, at the family resi
dence, 341 North Liberty street, Wednes
day, 9:16 p. Tn., aged 53 years. Funeral
notice later.
ERBELDING, LAURA A. (KINDER)
Beloved wife of David R. Erbelding,
at 942 North- Belmont; mother of Lloyd
Alva Millard Kinder and Mrs. Mary Gon
zales, died Jan. 14, at 7 p. m., aged 67
years. Funeral notice later.
Aw.-fP. U - NP V.-
Between sixteenth and thirty
thlrd, on College avenue; package ad
dressed “3328 North Talbott avenue.” Re
turn BYRNE CORSET COMPANY. 490
Kahn bldlr., or 1730 College avenue. Re
ward.
STOLEN— THREE CASES CONTAIN
ing surgicgl instruments and medicine.
Suitable re*ard will be given for return
of any or all of them. W. F. KELLY,
Irvington 1000.
GENTLEMAN’S GOLD WATCH LOST
Saturday on Brightwood car line;
Waltham movement. C£fll Woodruff 2063.
Reward.
Door key lost Saturday aitek
noon on Garfield ave., between Wash
ington and New York. Reward. Call
Harrison 1056.
Gold locket lost in last three
months: set small diamond, engraved
initials E. M. L Reward. North 3081.
Lost— laprobe, between 2300 s.
Meridian and Troy ave. Reward.
Prospect 4708. 2302 S. Meridian.
_ - NOTICES ~
INSTRUCTIONS
On any band or string instrument. Per
sonal instruction. JOE ANTOLY, 19 W.
Tenth street. Circle 3427. Automatic
31-791. , - L
TAILORS AND CLEANERS.
NOTICE TO MEN
Why wear ready to wear pants, when
we make them to your measure for $5,-
Special price this week on blue serge trou
sers; 37.50 per pair.
LEON TAILORING CO. '
131 East New York street.
Cor. Mass. Ave. Walk up one flight.
“hTgTpite
Practical Tailor and Cutter
Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing;
army overcoats made over; ladles' work a
specialty; work called for and delivered.
North Capitol avenue and Ohio street.
Automatic 26-641. Circle 690.
jjJIMY OVERCOATS MADE~OVER AND
Wr dyed; alterations, cleaning and pressing
rof ladies’ and gents’ garments.
I CITY TAILORS AND CLEANERS,
i 17% N. Illinois.
irtAPITOL GARMENT CLEANERS, 1246
V North Capitol avenue. Main 5477.
Main 4160. Auto 21-241.
r | SCHWARTZ, TAILOR AND CLEAN
er. 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2679.
~ ROO MS—TO LET.
Furnished room; modern; lady
preferred; private. Call Woodruff
7743, 6 p. Tn. i
TWO TnFURNISHED ROOMSTsTiTiPER
month. 2505 North Pennsylvania.
ODERN FURNISH ED FRONT ROOM’,
719 Prospect street. Prospect 4483.
ENTLEMAN FOR BOARD AND ROOM;
private home. Call Prospect 6424.
WANTED.—TORENT,
WANTED —TO RENT W AREHOUSE OF
10.000 to 12,000 square feet, with ce
ment or heavy wooden floor, on Isr near
switch, north of Washington street, pref
erably along Monon or L. E. & W. R. R„
and with sufiicent space on lot to store
three trucks. Address P O. box No. 534.
giving details of what you have to offer
and rental.
BUSINESSCHANCES.
A I.ARGE NUMBER OF SAMPLE AND
UNCALLED FOR SUITS AND OVER-
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN
PRICES, S3O, $36 AND S4O.
TV. G. SCHNEIDER,
SO W. OHIO STREET.
BE SURE YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT
PLACE.
<C iToo A WMEK'sTvED IN a ]FAMILY
91 of four; oleomargarine and lard
compound, llio best easily made for home
use in your own home. Free information
■which win also Include free full instructions,
the way without, capital to convert this
information Into' a. very profitable mail or
der business all for SI.OO. GEORGE
WBLLES MOSKIjIjV, Newburgh, N”. Y.
FEATHERS
eCought, sold, renovated, mattresses and
Billows made to order. Est. 1336. E. F.
BURKLE, 416 Mass., ave. Main 1428. New
>3-776.
ROOFERS
Asphalt roll roofing and shingles, repair
ing and recoating roofs and gutters
LASHBROOK BROS. CIRCLE 3056
Restaurant and chilf, parlor!
doing nice business, for sale cheap; for
cash only. See JAMES O. TAYLOR ’ 764
South East street, this week
•iron SALE—MILLINERY STORE; EsT
1 tabifshed ten years; r.o close competi
tion: splendid location. Call Irvington 846.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
/7VS7X,\X\/7 STORAGE CHEAPEST
// I > \Y/ RATES IN CITY. CALL
If l I If US. Everything at rea
[l ' sonable price. Packed.
U )l shipped anywhere.
Ci Locked room If desired.
30 West Henry. Main 4630.
©HANK FURNITURE AND STORAGE
© CO.. 227-229 North New Jersey street,
rhone Main 202*.
Local and overland hauling. 6
K. TRANSFER CO., 9SS East Wash
lngton street. Prospect 8282.
AUCTIONS.
FRIDAY, 9 A. M.
*t storage house, 523 N. Senate (take
Northwestern ave. car), we will sell a lot
of good used furniture, consisting of dav
enports. library tables, rockers, 9x12 rugs,
small rugs, llnolgum, carpets, chiffoniers,
dressers, beds, springs, mattresses, drop
head sowing machine, one good organ,
china closets, sideboards, — tables, chairs,
kitchen cabinets, gas ranges, cqgl ranges,
heating stoves, a lot of groceries, dishes,
cooking utensils, and a lot of other goods.
GEORGE HIDES,'
Auctioneer.
DETECTIv -==
Bfeuigley-Hyland Agency
and Criminal Investigators
|HBS2Law bldg. Mala 290], :
■FTiisiY boom* alvats uinu> j
Timu Want Ada.
' OUT OF A JOB?
| , Well, that Isn’t as had
as being “out of pluck.”
In finding anew situa
tion, half the battle is
the determination to get
one. The other half is
the intelligence used In
seeking one.
Employers get a good
“first impression” of you
if you go after a job in a
businesslike way.
You will save energy,
time and shoe leather by 4
reading the little want
ads in the “Help Wanted”
columns of The* Daily
Times.
V J
MALE HELP—WANTED.
TOOLMAKERS
\ and *
r GENERAL
MACRINKT
WE CAN GIVE
STEADY EM
PLOYMENT TO
30 ADDITIONAL
MEN AT ONCE.
ALLISON Elf"
‘ PElIEim
COMPANY
■ SPEEDWAY
PHONE BEL
MONT 3600.
MR. TROSKY.
WANTED —A RETAIL
Implement sales
man TO WORK ON RE
TAIL FLOOR SELLING
BUGGIES, WAGONS,
HARNESS AND IMPLE
MENTS. APPLY BE
TWEEN 8 AND 12 AT W.
FIFTEENTH ST. AND
BIG FOUR. HURST &
CO^
There is an excellent
opportunity for a
man having had sales
correspondence experi
ence to become per
man en 11 y connected
with a growing com
pany. In answering
give reference and
previous experience.
Address A 2932, Times.
f TROUSERS
to match your coat at wj |lrjj
110 E. MARKET ST.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fairmount Glass
W orks.
COLORED LABORERS
to unload steel and coal; 45c per
hour. See Mr. Strange.
IMPERIAL DROP FORGE CO. '
510 S. Harding.
Branch manager for this^’disl
fxict, with office in Indianapolis, of
fered reliable man by substantial Cleve
land firm. Exceptional opportunity for
man with ordinary ability, big enough for
big man. Earnings, $7,000 yearly, con
servative. Require SSOO capital; secured
and he controls. Phone or visit our rep
resentative B. D. Smith, Room 207, Hotel
Edward.
LABORERS
for construction work at Nordyke & Mar
mot). bldg., 1261 West Morris st. BED
COMP > n STONE and CONSTRUCTION
CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS,
stenographers, typists, bookkeepers,
letter carriers, railway mall clerks. For
home study preparation call or write.
INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL
T ROUSERS TO MATCH YOUR COAT
and vest at a saving of 25% by walking
one flight.
CITY TAILORS AND CLEANERS.
ACT IN MOTION FICTUREsTmakeHt
ydur profesuion. Send stamp for free
tryout. DELIGHT FILM CO.. Inc.. Wa
bash avenue and Twqnty-second street
Chicago.
ANTED EXPERIENCED FIREMEN
on chain grate stokers. Apply MR.
RAY, Union Traction Power House. An
derson. Ind.
ANTED—MEN IN SEWER PIPE
factory. Steady work and good wages.
WILLIAM E. DEE CLAY MFG. CO..
Mecca, Ind.
RELIABLE BOY TO WORK IN JEW
eiry store after school hours. M. R.
SHEARN, *ll North Alabama.
SAFELY RAZOR BLADES
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 201 Indiana ave. |
FIREMAN WANTED FOK APARTMENT. I
Call Woodruff 4414 after 4 p. m. |
MESSENGER BOV V ITH YVHEEL.
BECK, 810 Saks Building. 1
t MALE HELP—WANTED.
Nordyke' &
Mammon Cos.
' NEEDS
Laborers
Internal
Grinders
Millwright
Trimmers
Back Hangers
Woodworking
Machine Hands
Metal Workers
t
ahd .
Tool Designers
Call at employment
office, Kentucky Ave.
and Morris St
i
LABORERS
WANTED
Improved
condition.
E. RAUH & SON,
Back of Stockyards.
FIRST-CLASS rip sawyer;*
good wages; steady work.
J. J. Madden Mfg. Cos., E.
16tk and Belt R. R.
U~ PHOLSTERER. M. CLCNE CO.,"' 140*
South Meridian,
BALEBMEN—WANTEdT
*** ■ A i*i*rr*i*uTAAnji
STOCK SALESMAN
LIVE. ENERGETIC SALESMAN
OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL
LOW UP LEADS SECURED
THROUGH ADVERTISING AND
CIRCULARS. STOCK 80LD UN
DER PLAN THAT ABSOLUTE
LY GUARANTEES INVESTOR’S
PRINCIPAL CALL PERSON
ALLY. 1104 ODD FELLOW BLDG.
S’ ALE SMEN—MEN OF SELLING ABIL-
Ity. Experience not necessary. We
need men or ambition who will deserve
promotion. If you are in earnest and
want an opportunity to make from *IOO
to s*oo per week phone at once for an
interview. Main 7181. Auto. 26-144.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED^
SO Girls
to Operate
Power
Sewing
Machines
to work in ourmodern day
light factory—44 hours per
week—making Auto Brand
overalls and shirts. Good
wages to beginners; lunch
served at cost; /pleasant
surroundings.
AUTO BRAND
LEWIS MEIER & CO.
1002 Central, comer of 10th
I*
WANTED TELE
PHONE OPERATOR,
APPLY CITY HOS
PITAL '
WANTED i— GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in small family in small,
modern apartment near Thirtieth and
Pennsylvania streets. No washing or iron
ing. Go home nights. Call North 2628
or MR. ROBERTS at Daily Times office.
Main 3500.
WANTED EXPERIENCED VVRAP
per girl over 16 years of age. Ap
ply at once, second floor, FELTMAN &
CURME, 33 E. Washington.
IRES OVER 16 YEARS FOR LIGHT,
clean work’. Engraving Department,
BURFORD, 3S South Meridian st.
Girls over ieg66 dThours~good
pay. Upstairs over 458 S. Meridian St.
HONEY DEW BUTTER SCOTCH CO.
Girl • for general housework ;
good wages; small family; no laundry.
2184 Park. North 6236.
Ladies, to take course in hair
dresslng, manicuring, etc.; evening
classes. North 4701.
WANTED EXPERIENCED CHOCO-'
late dippers. WALKER CANDY CO.,
28 East Maryland.
ANTE D— K X PER FENCED WRAP
pers. AVALKEP. CANDr'CO., 23 E.
Maryland.
U IRLS—LIGIIT FACTO It Y WORK j GOOD
U wages. Woodruff 409, East Eleventh
and Belt A. R.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
•' '' '' _ i
-
TELEPHONE
AND.
TELEGRAPH
co.-
OPPORTUNITIES
FOR GIRLS IN THE
LONG LINES DE
PARTMENT OF THE
BELL SYSTEM.
THE LONG LINES DEPART
MENT OFFERS ATTRACTIVE
' POSITIONS AT THIS TIME TO
GIRLS WHO WILL BE PAID
WHILE LEARNING. REST AND
LUNCHROOM QUARTERS ARB
PROVIDED FOR EMPLOYES.
PLEASE CALL AT 3001 NORTH
NEW JERSEY STREET, OR
TELEPHONE NOiITH 9807.
MISS LEFORGE.
\
YOUNG WOMEN
Eighteen and Over
Opportunity for neat, intelligent
girls to learn paper box making in
dustry. Light, clean -and profitable
employment is assured the year
around, with excellent chance for ad
vancement.
BEE HIVE PAPER BOX CO.,
621 S. Delaware St,
~~m girls
over 16 years of age for
light factory work; good
Pa HARRY B. MAHAN
BOX CO.,
320 W. SOUTH ST.
OPERATORS
Long Distance
Apply
Long Distance Chief
INDIANAPOLIS '
TELEPHONE COMPANY
SEVERAL WOMEN FOR
GENERAL AND MA
CHINE WORK. APPLY
ROCKWOOD MFG. CO.,
ENGLISH AVE. AND
BIG FOUR TRACKS.
WHITE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and assist in cook
ing; must be experienced; no
laundry work; $lO per week. *o*l
N. New Jersey St. Telephone
North *724.
STENOGRAPHERS AND TYPISTS: WE
have many more-cal Is for stenograph
ers than we are able to fill. If you are a
competent stenographer or typist unt
employed call at Employment Depopieient,
first door north of Y. W. C. A.. Vermont
and Pennsylvania. ABk for MRS. WHITE.
The school, the same location, is the CEN
TRAL BUSINESS COLLS*.; E, FRED W.
CASE, Principal.
SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE.
WWNAAAA/VSP^VV\AA^A^^A>WWI
CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION EM
PLOYMENT BUREAU.
88 Baldwin Block.
Phones: Circle 3784. New 22-034.
Call between 8 and 12 a. m.
No charge.
Wanted—Position for experienced sten
ographer.
Wanted Position for experienced
cashier.
Wanted-—Position for young woman who
has had some nurse's training, in doc
tor's or dentist’s office.
Wanted—Position for flrst-aid worker, In
factory. Has had nurse's training.
Wanted—Position for white girl, to
work after school, tn store or soda foun
tain. This girl can come at 12 o'clock
noon.
Wanted —After-school work for girl who
can give afternoons to some sort of mu
sical work. Either music store, teach
ing beginners or playing piano. Thig
girl can work from 12 o'clock noon.
Wanted—Position for woman aa matron
in building. Best reference.
Wanted —General office work for girl
with two years' high school education.
Wanted —After-school work for boys
and girls from 14 to 18.
Wanted—Day work for competent, well
recommended women.
CLERICAL POSITION BY YOUNG LADY.
i Some experience. Circle 2214.
WISCONSIN FARM LANDS.
LANDOLOGY, a MAGAZINE GIVINO
the facts in regard to the land situa
tion. Three months' subscription, FREE.
If for a home or as an investment you
are thinking of buying good farm lands,
simply write me a letter and say, "Mall
me LANDOLOGY and all particulars
FREE.” Address Editor. Landotogy,
Skidmore Land Cos., 113 Skidmore bldg.,
Marinette, Wla.
HORSES AND VEHICLES. *
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
for dead horses, cows and hogs. Call Bel
mont 469 and get our prices.
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIEB.
CORDS
SPECIAL PRICES FOR
THIS REMOVAL SALE
NO WAR TAX
, Regular Our
Price Price
30x3% $29.50 $11.95
32x3% $32.00 $13.45
31x4 $41.75 $16.95
32x4 $42.80 $17.95
33x4 $44.35 $18.95
34x4 $45.60 $19.95
34x4% $58.80 $24.76
35x4% $63.50 $26.75
36x4% $64.70 \ $29.75
37x4% .$68.00 $32.50
This offer can be withdrawn
without notice.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO
PARTS & TIRE CO.
618 N. Capitol.
w. P. PAJJST SHOP -
Automobile painting. 939 East Washing
ton.
Tires and tFbesT parts for
nearly all makes of cars.
S. AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE,
121 Mass, avenue. Circle 1776.
Times Want Ads find the right people
for the right places and the right places
for the rlght people. Phone MaUi 3SO*.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
IAAAAAAAAA/V
SAVE MONEY NOW
by buying your uar here. Look over
our bargains in reliable used cars.
Mfst of them have been rebuilt, repaint
ed and have new tops.
Make. Down.Weekfy.
Paige 26 touring $75 $3.60
Regal 75 3.50
Case . j 100 4.00
Packard coupe 195 4.50
Maxwell coupe 225 6.00
Alter touring 226 6.00
Chevrolet roadster 226 5.00
Buick 245 6.25
Paige touring 295 6.00
Dodge, winter top, 5-pas 345 6.50
Franklin 395 6.75
And many others. No brokerage.
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS & TIRE CO.,
518 N. Capitol.
. Open Sunday.
DODGE CARS
We have some wonderful bargains In
used cars.
DODGE ROADSTER, 1918
Just 11.. ’V.
DODGE 1918 TOURING
New top and tires; perfect condition.
DODGE CLOSED CAR
Don’t fall to see this one.
NEW DODGE COMMERCIAL
Run 800 miles.
FORD TOURING, 1918
Fine condition. „
LOZIER TOURING
First-class condition.
K. B. L. Auto Repair Cos.,
_ 1019 N. Capitol. Main 2404.
1 ■ i
COLUMBIA SIX
| demonstrator at a discount; new
guarantee and service.
DIETZ-JAMES CO.
334 E. MARKET ST.
Main 6716.
/
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’ USED CARS
AU kinds of used cars coming to;
1150 up. Terms if desired.
Most of theee have been rgbullt, re
painted and reflnlshed.
J, C. MAYER
60S-510 N. Delaware st.
Main 1370. Night. North C7OO.
v , ....
REAL BARUAINSIN"
USED CABS
AU bargains. Cash or payments;
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
“A MILLION PARTS.”
j Main 1676. *l9 NT. Illinois. Ante. 29-BS2
Maxwell coupe, 1917 model, new
paint, new tires, bumper bar; a bar
gain. See D. C. RIDER for terms.
JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO.,
Department of Used Cars,
*4* N. Capitol. Main 2345.
Late model Chevrolet baby
.grand. In A1 condition. Terms if de
sired.
S. AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE.
321 Mass. Ave. _____ Circle 1776.
Late model Chevrolet 4-#o. this
car Is in AX condition. Terms if de
sired.
8 AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE.
*2l Mass. Ave. Circle 1776.
TRUCKB—FOR SALE.
QARFORO
TRUCKS
For Low Cost
Ton-Mile
ram, fim
Distributor,
S—
USED CARS
Two-ton Master stock rack; Just re
built and In good condition.
Reo, with stock rack; a genuine bar
gain.
Two-ton International, just rebuilt.
lVi-ton International. In good condition.
I‘4-ton Republic; splendid condition.
Smith Form-a-trucks, from S3OO to v s6oo.
On account of lack of room we'offer
theee trucks for the next ten days at a
greatly reduced price.
CARTINHOUR-BOWMAN CO.
619 N. Capitol Avenue.
AUTOMOBILES—WANTED.
AUTOS WANTED
Junk autos wanted for parts. We
can use 100. Also cars wanted for
resale purposes. We are the largest
and the best.
INDIANAPOLIS AUTO PARTS
& TIRE CO.
518 N. CAPITOL. '
AUTOS WANTED
Ws pay cash. No delay for your money.
It is here lor you. Come In or call.
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
•19 N. Illinois st. Main 1679. Auto. 32-998.
Ws also bay Junk cars.
WE 'BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE ALL
makes of used cars,
S & S AUTO EXCHANGE
321 Mass, avenue. Circle 1776,
AUTO REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES.
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SPECIAL SALE
of
TUBE Will
We have but a few sets
of 37x41/2 Rid-O-Skid tire
dhairts left, which we are
closing out at $2.95 per set.
This price is a very ma
terial reduction from the
regular listing, and since
our first announcement
there has been a rapid sale
of the supply on hand.
These chains can be, al
tered to fit smaller sizes of
tires, which is another very
good reason for the urgent
demand.
E. W. STEINHART
COMPANY
Meridian St. at Eleventh.
AUTO WASHING
Oor fipclaitr. 832-114 North Illlnei*
S. 4s S, Auto Laundry
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
THIS IS MY RUiHT fRSRC. HOP IN ANX> 1
U/e'u* co op THeRe an© ct-oss rne deac •
it's au- ore j* x Reruse to transact
ANV BUSINESS U/ITH a LAZY CAR OtuNCR
WHO ©Rives AROUND THIS CITY 4hTRe<sTS
IN A GRCASY r-H
Tuß OFODteiep mut> J 'T
WANTED
The best stoves, rugs and furni
ture that gold will buy. 1
Pioneer Dealers in Used Furniture That Is Better, /
BAKER BROS.
219-221-223 E. Wash. St Old Main 8465-3466, Auto. 23-166.
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE.;
ARMY GOODS SALE
134 South Illinois Street.
Repaired marching and field shoes,
newly soled and heeled by U. S.
government, 33.00; new army Munson last
shoes, 35.00; new Infantry Munson last
shoes, $6.00; overalls and jumpers (Rec.).
each. 75c; woolen underwear (Rec.), 76c;
1 0..D. wool shirts (Rec.), $2.00; new blan
kets at $6.00; new woolen socks, 350 anJ
60c; new wool O. D. shirts, $4.00; reissue
j O. D. wool shirts, practically new, $3.00;
I new sweaters at $2.00 to $4.00; new slip
over sweaters. $1.50 to $2.00; new gas
| mask raincoats, made of gas-mask ma
| terlal, officers' style, with belt. $26.00 val
ue. $12.00; new Goodyear raincoats, with
belt, plaid lined, $15.00 value, ST.6O! army
raincoats, slightly used (Rec.), $3.60 and
34.00; new woolen union suits, $2.50; army
overcoats, dyed blue, $8.50; new serge rain
coats, with belts, 317.60 values. 39.60.
QUEEN CITY SALVAGE
CO.,
Jobber* and Dealers. 134 8 .Illinois St.
Special attention given mail orders when
accompanied by cash, certified check or
money order.
FACTORY STOVES”
Cannon stoves, hot blast heat
ers, coal oil heaters, baseburners,
cook stoves and coal ranges.
Every stove in our stock is in
A-l condition and guaranteed to
be a first-class heater or cooker.
If you need a stove and want to
save real money buy here, for our
prices are the lowest.
QLAZER
444 E. Washington St.
BEDS, SPRINGS AND
MATTRESSES
Beds from $2.50 up. •
Springs, $2.00 up.
Mattresses, $3.00 up. v
SPECIAL PRICES ON CARPETS.
Remember, Glazer’s prices are the low
est. You can save big money here on fur
niture of every description. We can out
fit your home complete.
GLAZER
444 E. Wash. St.
Buy Storage Furniture
From time to time we take out of
storage, on which the time limit is dp
good furniture, rugs, heaters, coal and
gas ranges, etc., which you can -buy for
about half the second-hand store prices.
Call and see this week’s lot.
OLD STORAGE HOUSE. Ala. & N. Y. sta.
a • UJK Drop-Heaa Singer, sl9;
Kfll other bargains. Tl.oo per
ui week. All makes FS
(U hW PAIRED. HEMBTITCH
ING while you watt. Ito
PER YARD.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO..
Main 600. Auto. 26-216 3XB Mass. Ave.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.; NEW
and used machines; electric motors;
rents, repairs. 764 Massachusetts avenue.
Phone Main 5573.
ÜBICAL INSTRUMENTS, RECORDS,
rolls, cut price. TUTTLE. 301 Indiana
avenue.
SECOND-HAND FURNACE FOR SALE.
Call Main 6078.
FOR FIRE INSURANCE ON HOUSE
hoId goods call Prospect 5570.
~COAL AND WOOD FOR SALE.'
KENTUCKY LUMP, SB.OO
' ILLINOIS LUMP, $7.00
. INDIANA LUMP, $6.50
Poca. M. R. SB.OO Per Ton
* M. 3531. L. H. BAIN COAL CO. M. 3581.
SUCCESSOR TO
ANCHOR FUEL CO. V
MAIN 2151. _MATN 2161.
.INDIANA FORKED LUMP, -
$6.50.
PITTMAN COAL CO.,
Woodruff 74
LINTON LUMP
$6.50 PER TON
Prospect 3280. Automatic 62-384.
AUTOS~~AND~TRUCKB~~FOR~ HIRE
AAKS FOR RENT—DO YOUR OWN
V driving. U-DRIVJR AUTO SERVICE.
125 South TelepUcat
Maln 6830.
MOTO rcycl ip y rTTfT
A ASH PAID BfiHIIbB. KINDS OF
18 PETERMAN.
199
MISCELLANEOUS—WANTED.
LEW SHANK
pay* best prices In city for household
goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 202*.
USED GOODS STORE BUYS STORE
and office fixtures, household furni
ture and ruga Main 2238. Auto 22-283.
424 Mass, avenue.
IF YOCR CLOCK I* NOT RUNNING
phone Circle 4397. M. R. SHEARN,
111 North Alabama.
WANTED —CASH REGISTERS, mi.l.
pay cash. 23 Baldwin block. Main 6971,
Auto 31-794.
FINANCIAL.
Start the New
Year Right
Why not put ail of your bills Into one
and owe only one place?
Have you the money to do this? If
not, we will loan you what you need.
We make loans on furniture, pianos,
fixtures, automobiles, etc., without re
moval.
Get Our Special Terms on
SSO, SIOO, S2OO, S3OO
We will loan you any amount up to.
1860 at strictly legal rates and give you
twenty months' time to pay back if you
desire it.
However, if you prefer you can repay
in full at any time and you will be
charged Interest only for actual time loan
runs.
Call, write or phone
State Loan Cos.
806 ODD FELLOW BLDG.
-orner Pennsylvania and Washington sta
Phones, Main 4619. Auto. 24-629.
Under state supervision.
UfE ARK PREPARED TO MAKE REAL
If ESTATE LOANS PROMPTLY.. WE
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS,
MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO.
FRANK K. SAWYER, PRES.
•96-309 LAW BLDG. ASSETS. 1848.741.
Money to loan on second mort
gages on Indianapolis and Indiana real
•state. GIBRALTER FINANCE COM
PANY, 298 Fidelity Trust building. Main
>BO3.
UT> MAKE SECOND MORTGAGES ON
If farm or fllty property. AETNA HTCL
AND INV. CO. Main 7101. 699 Fidelity
Trust Bldg.
INSURANCE Dl ALL ITS BRANCHED
AUBREY D. PORTER. 919 Law bid;.
lain 7949. 4
lOANS ON DIAMONDS; |K% PER MO.
BURTON JEWELRY CO.. 68 Monu
ment.
tn_ LEGAL NOTICEB.
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed will offer for sale at his office
in the town of Idaville, Indiana, until ten
o’clock a. m., on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6TH, 1920,
the bonds of Jackson School Township,
in White county, Indiana, to the amount
of six thousand (36,000.00) dollars,
which are Issued for the purpose of meet
ing a deficit in the special school fund of
said Jackson township.
Said bonds are dated February sth,
1920, and are of the par value of S6OO
eaoh. and mature consecutively on Feb
ruary fifth and August fifth each year, be
ginning February 6th, 1922. These bonds
are payable at the State bank of Idaville.
at Idaville, Indiana, and bear Interest at
the rate of five per cent (5 per c.nt),
payable semi-annually.
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bid/
(Signed) WILBUR TIMMONS.
Trustee of Jackson School Township,
White County, Indiana.
Dated Jan. 12, 1920.
FOR SALE. ~
Sw r Wayne-county; 154 acres;
/ extraordinary fine house
and buildings; first and
A IA second bottom land, beau
tifully located on pike;
$225 per acre.
160 acres, Wayne county; $165 per acre;
buildlnfcs fair; fine producing farm.
57%, acres within -8 mileS of monu
ment; everything in first-class condition;
buildings, fences, drainage, orchard, etc.
For full and detailed lnformtaion on these
and other farms call or write GEORGE
A. LUCAS. Realtor, with BERT ESSEX,
208 American Central Life Bldg. Main
6574.
SEVENTY - ONE-ACRE FARM FOB
sale, at a bargain, if Bold by Feb. 1;
prioe $95 per acre; good improvements.
Call and see owner, one and one-half
miles southeast of Acton, Ind. H. W.
HILTON.
DON’T UMTBVK.
If you really went It back. Insert a
small ad !r the “Loot and Found" oat
ru*i. r MiU tt9t! rn-i ~*i
REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE.
MODERN HOME
Six rooms and bath; full siz^-iot.
Hoyt avenue, near Sheroy.
PRICE $2,750.00
See us at once for particulars.
Dunlop & Holtegel,
Realtors
122 E. Market st.
MODERN HOME
Six rooms and y th; full size lot.
Hoyt avenui., near Shelby.
PRICE $2,750.00
See us at once for particulars.
Dunlop & Holtegel,
Realtors
i 22 E. Market" st.
MVCE DOME
on Prospect stieet in tKv fourteen hundred
block; new furnace; *\.\ $3,600. •
MR. BA 15 Vi.
Canaday Realty Cos.
306 City Trust Bldg. Main 5340.
SEVEN-ROOM HOME, ~TE.\f
ple avenue, two blocks of Catholic
school and church; also near public
.school, near Michigan car line; not a
better built house in city; $5,000; SI,BOO
cash; easy terms. Nine-room modern
north, large lot; must be seen to be ap
preciated; price. $9,000; easy terms. W.
H, SCOTT, 64 When.
SACRIFICE
S2OO buys nice four-room bungalow; b.U
ance aaey terms; also have five-room do i
and eight-room dwelling. Belmont
WALKING DISTANCE EaST, TWO SLY
room cottages with baths; priced
$2,200 and $3,200; can sell either small
cash payment and remainder like rent.
H. G. MONEN, 405 Law Bldg.
OAKLAND AVENUE, JUBT NORTH~OF
Thirteenth street; six-room modern
home, everything in first-class condition.
JAML3 E. BERRY, 147 E. Market street.
Main 6147.
YOU CAN SECURE ’a WASHINGTON
street lot for your home in irvingtoii
Terrace for $X,050; SSO cash $lO
monthly. W. H. COOPER, agent, s*B
Lemcke building.
Choice large lot near MiPf g
road boulevard, within two squares ot
Fair Grounds; "$lO cash, balance $1 week
ly. 640 Lemcke Annex. MaJn 1409.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRIC UrHTsI
city water In kitchen; cistern;’' 2.350;
4012 E. Michigan. Phone owner wving
ton 971. Immediate possession.
For sale—seven-room, semi-moil
em home at 440 South Grace street;
also five-room house at 446 South Grace
street. Phone Prospect 4692...
East, near Washington street
four rooms, gas, cistern, well, paved
street and alley, $2,200. Terms to suit.
Woodruff 7024 after 6:30.
For sale—44 s. dearborn, 8-room
house; toilet, electric Lights, gas, ga
rage for two cars; brick street; $2,700, on
terms. Call after 4 p. m.
Modern sux-roomThouse in irV
Ington; with built-in sleeping porch
garage; $4,200; $1,500 cash will handle.
Irvington 31.64.
By owner, two large lots!
store and living rooms; fruit, chicken
park, garage, filling station; good location.
Woodruff 70.
East street property, near mar.
ket; igorth $10,000; price $6,750.
SEARS-HARVEY CO.,
201 City Trust Bldg. V
GM RACELAND, 3729; FIVE-ROOM MOD
ern bungalow; never occupied; $606
cash; $35 a mouth. Owner, North 4544.
North, modern six-room home,
paved street; $4,000, SSOO cash. $35
monthly. Woodruff 2092.
N7)rThTsix rooms, modern, paved
street; $4,200, $1,500 cash. Woodruff
247 after 7:30.
By owner, “semi-modern housei
$2,200. Will consider terms. Irving
ton 1089.
* ’ INDIANA TRUST CtX
Belle real estate, collects rest, writes
fire insurance.
SOUTH, FIVE ROOMS, MODERN, Gif
rage, terms. North 7476 after 6:*o.
I CAN SELL YOUR~PROPERTY. W
D. WOODS. Irvington 3164.
- ...EjEjAL ESTATE—W ANT ED.
Have cash buyer for city rent
al. If yours Is for sale, see me.
; H. G. MON-EX, 405 Law Bldg.
Modern house, in good neighs
borhood. Cash deal. Main 142.
House of five to seven rooms.
modern or partly so. Cash. Main 107.
I WILL PAY CASH FOB FTVE OR Bt)U
room house with bath. Woodruff 2092.
THEY DO THINGfiC
Times Want Ads. One cent a word.
BF STYLE
Auto. 21-851.
SPLITS THREATEN
MAJOR PARTIES
Bryan, Johnson and Borah in
Mood to Bolt if Beaten.
/By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS,
Staff Correspondent of the International
News Service.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15.—Not two, but
seven or eight, national political parties
may b$ in the fight for the presidential
nominations by June, and, all reports
reaching the capital polat one way; That
months is destined to be the most wlth
erlngly torrid politically within tbs
memory of the oldest inhabitant.
Both the old parties are threatened
with revolts. Each Is menaced by some
such schism as overtook the republicans
In 1912, when the late Theodore Roose
velt bolted the G. O. P. and led his newly
organized bull moose party in a spec
tacular, but unsuccessful raid on the
whitehouse.
BOTH PARTIES
FACE FIGHTS.
-Inside bgth parties are men of fiery
spirits and gifted tongues who will go to
the respective conventions at Chicago
and San Francisco deteinnined to make
theic influence felt and, failing in this, to
take their messages to the people Inde
pendent of the political organizations
with which thy are now affiliated.
William Jenlngs Bryan, due back In
Washington today or tomorrow, has made
it. perfectly clear that such is his Inten
tion. lie has expressed certain definite
principles, which, in his opinion, the dem
ocratic party must stand for, barring
which he will carry his platform to the
country on his own.
JOHNSON AND BORAH
BOTH REBELLIOUS.
Hiram W. Johnson, senator from Cali
fornia, and running mate with Theodors
Roosevelt In 1912 on the progressive tick
et, quite obviously is In most the same
mood. 4?c> is Senator William E. Borah
of Idaho, and some others.
Senator Johnson has publicly stated
that* he bases his hopes not on the poli
ticians of his party, but upon the appeal
which he intends to make to the voters
themselves. He said that much in an
ncyincing himself candidate for the presi
dency, and has repeated It since in IWa
speeches, making no secret of the fact thkt
he has a definite platform upon which
stand and that lie intends to stand up
to it irrespective of whether his party
leaders stand with him or not.
Diplomatic Changes
Effected at Vatican
V c
ROME, Jan. 14.—Th<ye is a marked
tendency, of which Roumdnia la the
latest example, for to
enter into official relations with tb
holy see. It is even suggested that the
French republic may soon renew’ its po
litical intercourse with Jbe Vatican, in
terrupted in 1904. As for the Germans,
the new German (no longer Prussian)
minister to tbe holy see has arrived in
Rome. Austria will, however, no longer
enjoy th£ same Importance at tbe Vat
ican as before the war. The first out
ward sign of this is the fact that tbe
nunciature at Vienna is not consid
ered a post of the first rank, while the
pope has recognized Jugo-Slavla, and
that country has consequently raised the
rank of its representative at the Vatican
from that of delegate to that f ttnin
letez.
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