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FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
George Grinsteiner
funeral director, 622 Kaflt Market. Old
Phone Main 908. New phone. 37-308.
ERAL DIRECTOR*—A. M. RAOf*-
ILB CO., 232 North Delaware. Par
r holding funeral services. Auto am
9.
McKAHAN & WILHITE
tl W, Thirteenth st. Main 3210.
' J. C. WILSON
1230 Prospect. Auto. 51-671. Prospect >22.
Funeral -directors—
WM. E. KRIEOER.
New 21-154. Main 1 454. 1402 N. Illlnela
ERTAKERB
W. T. BLASENGYM
1625 Shelby St. Pros. 2670. Auto. 61-114.
UNDERTAKE RS-r-HIBEY A TITUS, 051
North Del. New 26-564. Main 2830.
PEAT H AND FUNERAL NOTICE&
COLLY, CATHERINE—PASSED AWAY
at her home In Franklin Friday, Jain.
16, 3 a. m. Funeral Monday, Jan. 19, 9
a. m., at St. Rose of Lima church In
Franklin. Burial Holy Cross. Friends In
vited.
Corcoran, Charles edmund—
Died at his late residence, 3937
Graceland avenue, Friday, Jan. 10, at 3
a. m. Funeral notice later.
Trimpk, anna—mother op henry
Trlmpe of Chicago and Benjamin and
Edward Trlmpe of Indianapolis, died Jan.
16 at the residence of her son Edward,
2151 Webb street, age 80 years. Funeral
Monday, Jan. 19, 8:30 a, m„ at residence,
followed by services at St. Catherine’s
church at 9 o’clock. Burial Holy Cross
cemetery. Friends Invited.
WALKMAN, WILLIAM AND ELlZA
beth—Beloved parents of Frank, Hen
ry, Emma, Edward ana Albert Walsman,
Mary Blumberg and Laura Henn, passed
away at their late residence, 1111 Fletcher
avenue, Wednesday evening, Jan. 14, at
9 p. m- and Thursday evening, Jan. 15, at
7:10 p. m., respectively. God, in his In
finite goodness, permitted them to pass
down life’s pathway together for 61 year*
11 months 10 days, and at the end. In
stead of asking them to part, He, with
divine graciousness, started them on the
eternal journey together, thus answering
their Joint prayer. Two good. sweet,
Christian characters have departed from
us, but It Is God's way, so His will be
done. Friends may view remains at resi
dence any time after noon Saturday. Pri
vate funeral services at residence Monday
at 1 p. m. Services, to which friends are
invited, at St. John’s Reformed church at
2, the Rev. Evans and the Rev. Vitz offi
ciating.
CHURCH NOTICES.
First Church of Christ,
Scientist
Meridian and Twentieth streets. Sunday
services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school at 11 a. m. Wednesday evening
testlmonal meeting at 8 o’clock. Reading
rooms at 806 Kahn building, are open
dally, except Sunday, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
and Wednesday when they close at 6
p. m.
QHRISTIAN SCIENCE—
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST.
Delaware and Twelfth sts
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 and 11 a. m.
Wednesday evening testimonial meeting
at 8 o’clock. Reading room, 611 Odd Fel
low bldg.; open daily from 10 a. m. to 9
p. m. except 'Wednesday, when It Is closed
at 6 p. m. Open Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m.
Q KRISTIAN SCIENCE^
THIRD CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST.
3350 Washington boulevard
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school 9:15 a. m. Wednesday eve
ning testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
Reading room at 205 East Thirty-fourth,
open daHy from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m., ex
cept# Wednesday, when it Is closed at 5
p. m. Open Sunday from 2-5 p. m.
~T PROGRESSIVE
SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
Corner North and Pennsylvania streets.
Metropolitan School, of Music. Services
wery Sunday at 7:45 p. ni. I,*eturo <he
REV. BESSIE MAY BELLMAN
member of the National Spiritualist Asso
ciation." Subject to be taken from the
audience. win be riven bv
MRS. ANNA THRONDSEN
also one of the old national leaders. We
Invite you to bring your friends and come
and hear these eminent ladles, who are
considered two of the greatest evangelists
in the state. The Ladies’ Aid will mfet
at the home of Mrs. Throndsen, 1633 Col
lege avenue, on Tuesday at 2 p. m. Every
body welcome.
First Spiritualist Church
608 North Liberty street, will hold serv
ices Sunday evening at 7:45. Lecture by
Mrs. Olla Toph, followed with messages.
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock and In
the evening there will be regular mes
sage services. Good message bearers al
ways present. Every one made welcome.
Harmony spiritual church serv
lces Sunday, 7:45 p. m. at Mansur
hall, 812 East Washington street. Lecture
and messages by Rev! Lydia A. Crane,
pastor. Topic, “The Angel at the Door."
Ladles’ Aid Thursday, 2:30 p. m., at 2333
Sheldon street. All welcome.
THE WHEELER~CITY MISSION.
On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in
the Wheeler city mission (now In the old
Empire theater, Wabash street between
Pennsylvania and Delaware). Mr. J. A.
Nipper will speak on “The Inauguration
of the King of Kings," In the evening E.
Howard Cadle will tell how he arose from
the lowest to the highest and became a
prosperous business man.
Special music, seats free; all welcome.
LOST AND FOUND.
STOLEN—THREE CASES CONTAIN-
O ing surgical Instruments and medicine.
Suitable reward will be given for return
of any or all of them. W. F. KELLY,
Irvington 1000.
0”m AND - DIAMOND BROOCH LOST
Wednesday, Jan. 11. Reward offered
tor return to Mrs. ‘Herbert M. Woollen,
1719 North Pennsylvania- North 665*.
Lost— top part of vise and
plumbers’ washer kit. on West Wash
ington, near tracks. North 3637 between
8 and 5 Monday. Reward.
RNTLE MAN’S GOLD WATCH LOST
Saturday on Brlghtwood car line;
Waltham movement. Call Woodruff 2063.
Reward.
LAMOND, HALF - KARATL TIFFANY
set. _ Reward. North 3337.
HOUSES—TO LET. ~~~
Eight rooms, modern, corner ta
coma and New York streets; will rent
for $26.
810 Adelaide street; five rooms, water,
gas and electric lights.
2118 We6t Morris, five rooms, modern,
heat furnished, S3O; $26 In summer.
GILL REALTY CO., REALTORS,
Main 1646. Auto. 28-216.
Furnished room; modern; lady
preferred: ,private. Call Woodruff
7743, 6 p. m.
2 ~752" ASHLAND; TWO "GENTLEMEN TO
room, and board if desired. Harrison
1241. , • 1
First-class furnished rooms for
one-or two gerftlemen. 1205 Park ave
nue.
DANC ! NG - T.~
k DANCING
BLProf Rayno—reliable school for the
violin and all kinds of fancy artls-
dancing acts taught and complet
ed Tor Kood season’s engagements. Sat
rlsfa<\ion guaranteed. Call at 224 West
Ohiowtreet.. Phone Main 2069.
V NOTICES. ~
INSTRUCTIONS
0n,.. any band or string Instrument. Per
sonal instruction. JOE AN'TOLY. 19 W.
Tenth street. Circle 3427. Automatic
31-791. ;
horses - and' Vehicle?.
HORSE AUCTION
Everv Monday, Shroyer's stable, 332 West
Maryland. *0 a. m. Have In now car load
big fine mares And work horses weighing
1.200 to 1,500; can be seen any time; bug
gies. wagons, heavy single and double
work harness. ■ Commission stable.
BURKHABDT, Auctioneer. SHROYER,
Manager. ___
HIGHEST PRICES PAH)
for desd horses, cows and hogs. Call Bel
mont 459 and get our prices.
OUT OF A JOB?
Well, that isn't as bad
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
* reading the little want
ads in the “Help Wanted”
columns of The Daily
Times.
MALE HELP—WANTED.
Nordyke &
Mammon Cos.
NEEDS
Laborers
Internal
Grinders
Millwright
Trimmers
Back Hangers
/
Woodworking
Machine Hands
Metal Workers
and
Tool Designers
Call at employment
office, Kentucky Ave.
and Morris St,
LABORERS
WANTED
Improved working
condition.
- 1
E. RAUH & SON,
Back of Stockyards.
TROUSERS fOk
to match your coat at J(| iKjl-'njl
THE PANTS IS jfjj'i
STORE CO W Hj|
• ,
COLORED LABORERS
to unload steel and coal; 45c per
hour. See Mr. Strange.
IMPERIAL DROP FORGE CO.,
510 S. Harding.
WAN TED EXPERIENCED
FILLERS. APPLY READY
FOR WORK. CAN USE SOME
SEMI - EXPERIENCED MEN.
FURNAS OFFICE FURNITURE
CO., 124 S. LIBERTY.
WANTEUu-IMMEDIATEI.V, MEN AND
women. 18 or over. U. S. government
positions. Beginners get $l,lOO to $1,300
year. Quick raise to SI,BOO and over.
Permanent positions. Common education
sufficient. Influence unnecessary. List
positions open, free. Write Immediately.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 96 A,
Rochester, N. Y.
FIRST-CLASS rip sawyer;
good wages; steady work.
J. J. Madden Mfg. Cos., E.
16th and Belt R. R.
LABORERS
for construction work at Nordyke & Mar
mon bldg., 1261 West Morris st. BED
FORD STONE AND CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY.
R ISPRESENTATTVE FOB HIGHLY
profitable local connection With well
known established financing corporation;
sales easily made which bring reorders.
Write Immediately. H. O. FETTE CO
110 Nassau street, New York.
CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONB, .CLERKS"
stenographers. typists, bookkeepers,
letter carriers, railway mall clerks. For
home study preparation call or write.
INDIANA CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL.
157 N. ILLINOIS St., Room 207.
ROUBERS TO MATCH YOUR COAT
and Vest at a saving of 25% by walking
one flight.
CITY TAILORS AND CLEANERS,
17 % N. Illinois.
Man to work this city rekinish”
Ing chandeliers, brass beds, automo
biles, by -new method; $lO daily without
capital or experience. Write UUNMETAL
CO., 227 Elm, Decatur. 111.
ACT IN MOTION PICTURES; makelt
your profession. Send stamp for free
tryout. DELIGHT FILM CO., Inc.. Wa
bash avenue and Twenty-second street.
Chicago.
INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY MAIL
clerk examinations coming. Hundreds
needed. Begin $1,300. Sample questions
free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 95
A, Rochester. N. Y.
WAN IEH K.VPEKikScfcD /lrtftMFifs
on chain grate stoker*. Apply MR.
RAY. Union Traction Power Houae. An
derson. Ind.
WANTED —NAMES MEN WISHING BK
come railway mail clerks; sllO month.
Answer Immediate. Address this office, A
No. 2934, Times.
WANTED— NAMES MEN WISHING TO
become Indianapolis mall carriers.
Commence $1,200. Answer immediately.
Address A No. 2922, Times.
ANTED—-MEN IN SEWER PIPE
factory. Steady work and good wages
WILLIAM E. DEE CLAY MFG. CO.,
Mecca. Ind. \
SAFELY RAZOR BLADm
sharpened. TUTTLEDGE. 201 Indiana avV
Messenger boy with~ wheel.
BECK. 31Q Saks Building, j
UPHOLSTERER. M. CLUNJ&/ CO., HO*
South Meridian.
■” MALE HELP—WANTED.
Men, boys and colored
women wanted. S. Key
stone Ave and Belt R. R.
Take Prospect car to end
of line. Fairmount Glass
Works.
CABINET MAKERS
First-class, (5 cents per hour, with
chance of more for workmen who can
show production. State age and experi
ence in first letter; also last two places
you have worked; do not answer unless
you are In position to report for work at
once. Add*sss A No. 2933, Times.
CLERK - AT ONCF.;~NOT TOO OLD;
liable. COLONIAL HOTEL.
Talesmen—wanted.
STOCK SALESMAN
LIVE. ENERGETIC SALESMAN
OF GOOD ADDRESS TO FOL
LOW UP LEADS SECURED
THROUGH ADVERTISING AND
CIRCULARS. STOCK SOLD UN
DER PLAN THAT ABSOLUTE
LY GUARANTEES INVESTOR’S
PRINCIPAL CALL PERSON
ALLY. IXO4 ODD FELLOW BLDG.
TEN FIRST-CLASS STOCK
SALESMEN FOR LEGITI
MATE PROPOSITION. MUST
BE ACTIVE AND WILLING
TO WORK. SEE MR. REEVES,
STATE MANAGER, BETWEEN
9 AND 10 A. M., AT 216 TER
MINAL BLDG. .
C A B I N E T M A KERS;
STEADY WORK, GOOD
WAGES. THOS. MAD
DEN SON & CO.,
FLETCHER AVE AND
BIG FOUR.
WANTED TWO GOOD
MEN MONDAY A. M.
FOR STEADY WORK TO
DRIVE STOCK;REPORT
STOCK YARDS OFFICE.
POSTOFFICE
CLERKS
and letter carriers, $1,200 entrance salary;
promotion to $1,600; special examination
Feb. 7 (men only). We give home study
preparation. For Setalls call or write
UNITED CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL,
Suite 9 and 10 When Bldg
AI.ESMEN—MEN OF SELLING ABlL
ity. Experience not necessary. We
need men or ambition who will deseive
promotion. If you are In earnest and
want an opportunity to make from SIOO
to S3OO per week phone at once for an
interview. Main 7181. Auto. 26-144.
MARRIED MEN ATTENTION!
Ten men averaged $68.50 last week. We
need fifteen men hy March 1 to complete
our 1920 organization. Must start at $27
and commission. Reference and security
required. Apply 5 to 8 p. m. or write for
date. 224 Saks building
Limited number selling agen
cles now available this territory for
DAVIS tailored ithes. maker to wearer.
Attractive proposition assuring steady In
come. Write today. References required.
P. H. DAVIS TAILORING CO.. Cincin
nati. O. _
SALESMAN— ONE WHO HAS SELLING
experience. Call 011 retail trade. High
est commission rate paid. Advertising
calendars and novelties. Selling season
• eminences Jan. 1. THE GEO. H. JUNG
CO.. Cincinnati, O.
S AI.ESMEN FOR FAST MOVING AUTO
mobile tire lock; best on market; rea
sonable price. Makes quick sales. Inter
esting profit for high-class men. DAY
TON TIRE LOCK_CO., Dept G, Dyton O.
Salesmen—*#; capable oi Yarn
ir.g S3OO month commission. COM*
LUTING VTSABLE MEASURE PUMP
COMPANY. 1542 West Washington.
AGENTS—WANTED.
Agents —here’s a si re winner.
We pay $3 an hour for your soar
time taking orders for "Zanol" Pure Food
Flavors. Miss Edith Huut made $54 In
■ne week. Write for sample case. Makes
beautiful display. Shows eighteen articles
of best and fastest sellers of Flavors
Soaps. Perfumes, Toilet Article*, etc. Every
woman Ituys. Big repeaters. Have a
Steady income. Customers must be ntW
flod or monev back. Send for sample cas
today AMERICAN PRODUCTS CO.. 335
American building, Cincinnati. Ohio.
FEMALE HELP—WANTED.
YOUNG WOMEN
Eighteen and Over
t
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.
i© MUi’
over 16 years of age for
light factory work; good
pay.
HAKRY B. MAHAN
BOX CO.,
320 W. SOUTH ST.
OPERATORS
Long Distance
Apply
Long Distance Chief
INDIANAPOLIS
TELEPHONE COMPANY
Stenographers and typißTs7 - we
have many more calls for stenograph
ers than we are able to fill. If you are a
competent stenographer or typist and un
employed call at Employment Department,
first door north of Y. W. C. A.. Vermont
and Pennsylvania. Ask for MRS. WHITE.
The school, the same location, is the CEN
TRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, FRED W.
CASE, Principal.
DINING ROOM MAID FOR
CITY HOSPITAL; ROOM,
BOARD AND LAUNDRY. AP
PLY JOHN McCATE, CHEF.
WANTED 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 2528
or MR. ROBERTS at Daily Times office.
Main 3500.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY WOMEN,
girls, 18 up. U. S. government posi
tions. Commence S9O month. Common
education sufficient. List positions free.
Write Immediately. FRANKLIN INSTI
TUTE. Dept. 615 A, Rochester, N, Y.
WILL GIVE 4iOOD HOME AND SMALL
salary to middle aged lady who will
care for two children. Call North 9584
between 6 and 8 a. m. and after 6 p. m.
All day on Sunday.
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHERS AND
typists to register with us; more calfij
than we can fill. Apply LAIN BUSINESS
COLLEGE, corner Delaware and North.
Middle aged lady desiring home
with family of good character, house
work and help care for sick lady. Proe
Experienced chocolate dlp*
CN®ers and candy wrappers. Call at
541 Jtorth East street. HOMER 3. WIL
LIMSUEL 4
Indiana daily times, Saturday, January 17,1920.
FEMALE HELP*—WANTED.
50 Girls
to Operate
Power
Sewing
Machines
to work in our modern day
light factory—44 hours per
week —making Auto Brand
overaUs and shirts. Good
wages to beginners; lunch
served at cost; pleasant
surroundings.
AUTO BRAND
LEWIS MEIER & CO.
1002 Central, corner of 10th
01RI.S OVER lfl YEARS FOR LIGHT,
clean work. Engraving Department,
WM. B. BI’RFORD, 38 South Meridian at.
GIRLS~OVER 16; GOOD HOURS, GOOD
pay Upstairs over 458 S Meridian St.
HONEY DEW BUTTER SCOTCH_CO. _
LADIEB. TO TAKE COURSE IN HAlK
dreeging. manicuring, etc.; evening
claese*. North 4701.
GIRLR— LIGHT FACTORY W ORK ;GOOD
wages Woodruff 409, East Eleventh
and Belt R, R.
COOK “and general housework.
Family of two. Call Harrison 13 4 3
SITU AT! ONWANTEO— F EM A L E.
CATERING DONE FOR DINNER PAK
tlex, weddings, etc. Call Woodruff
1172. 436 Dorman street.
BUSINESB CHANCES.
FEATHERS
Bought, eold. renovated mattreaaea and
pillows made to order. Est. 1886. E. F.
BURKLE 416 Mass., ave. Mgln 1428. New
23-776.
Have you sa? Vvk raise hogs
for you. feed and breed giving you
half the profit*. Bank reference. Write
for full particulars. RIIUUIAVEN, 602
Kansas City Life, Kansas City, Mo.
- ROOFERS
Asphalt roll roofing and shingles, repair
ing and r-coaUng roofs and gntt-r
LASHBROOK BROS. CIRCLE 3056
Rest auRANT “a nd run e" pa rlo k .
doing nice business, for sale cheap; for
cash only. Sec JAMES (). TATLOR, 754
South East street, this week.
For sale—millinery BTOJUsT Es
tablished ten years; no close competi
tion; splendid location. Call Irvington 346.
~ ~ DETECTiVEfc.
Ouigley-llylaiid Agency
Civil and Criminal Investigator*
6 •.*(• i.* hid*. Main IML
auto repairs and supplies.
SALK
To reduce our before moving
info mir new building, we are offer
ing these tires —
CORDS AND FABRIC’S
Guaranteed In writing
3,500 to 5,000 Miles
At a Wonderful Saving—
FIRESTONE,
GOODRICH,
MGRAW,
GILLETTE.
FISHER,
BOONE,
and many others.
DREADNOUGHT.
BATAVIA,
UNITED STATES,
ROYAL CORD.
Prices on some of the above
makes:
Nonskid.
30x3 $9-25
30x3% $9.00 $9.50
32x3% $12.10 $15.00
31x4 $16.60 $17.25
32x4 ....$17.50 $19.75
33x4 $18.50 $22.75
34x4 $19.50 $22.75
36x4 $35.00
37x4% $37.50
36x4% $35.00 $37.50
35x5 $30.00
37x5 $40.00 $42.50
Other sizes In proportion.
Mail orders given prompt
attention.
We absolutely guarantee to save
you money.
Indianapolis Auto Parts aud
Tire Company,
2 STORES
618 N. Capitol
543 N. Capitol
Main 2638. Auto. 22-019.
REPAINT
YOUR
AUTOMOBILE
We have one of the most completely
equipped paint shop* In this nectlon and
are A In position to repaint cars of all
makes in a high-grade manner. Estimate*
cheerfully given.
LOCAL BRANCH
Nordyke & Marmon Cos.
Meridian and Eleventh.
DIXIE STORAGE BATTERIES
Six-volt. $22.60. Twelvarvolt, $32.60.
Twenty months’ guaranty.
DIXIE STORAGE BATTERY CO.
MAIN SXBI. 629 MASSACHUSETTS AVE.
After Feb. 1, 6-volt, $25.00.
AUTO WASHING
Our Specialty. 231-994 North lllluoU.
8. & S. Auto Laundry
W. & P. PAINT SHOP
Automobile painting. SB9 Eaat Washing
tan.
Teres and tubes, pasts for
nearly all make* of cars.
S. AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE.
s9l Mas*, avenue- Circle 1770.
AUTOMMIU FAiifflif
First-ela** work guaranteed. Called for
and delivered. 24 North Noble. Main *977.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
DODGE CARS
We have some wonderful bargains In
used cars.
DODGE ROADSTER, 1918 '
Just like new.
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.,
SAVE MONEY NOW
by buying your oar here. Look over
our bargains in reliable used cars.
Most of them have been rebuilt, repaint
ed and hava new tops.
Make. Down. Weekly.
Paige 25 touring $75 $3.50
Regal 75 3.50
Case 100 4.00
Packard coupe 195 4 50
Maxwell coupe .......225 5.00
Alter touring 225 6.00
Chevrolet roadster 225 5.00
Bulck 245 6.25
Paige touring 295 6.00
Dodge, winter top, 6-pas 345 6.50
Franklin 395 6.75
And many others. No brokerage. \
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS & TIRE CO.,
618 N. Capitol.
Open Sunday. ,
UNUSUAL OFFERINGS
High-Grade Used Cars
1919 Columbia, touring; demonstrator.
1918 Chevrolet 8, touring.
1917 Dodge touring.
1919 Hubmobile, touring.
1918 Inter-State, touring.
1917 Overland, touring.
1917 Ford, touring.
1917 Chevrolet, roadster.
1919 Chevrolet, touring.
1917 Maxwell, touring.
1915 Cole, touring.
Ford coupe, demountable rims.
Terms over twelve monthly payments.
Liberty bonds accepted at face value.
Phone for demonstration.
, Dietz-James
334 Market street. Main 6716.
USED CARS
All kinds of used cars coming In;
$l5O up. Terms If desired.
Most of these have been rebuilt re
painted and refinlshed.
J. C. MAYER
608-510 N. Delaware st.
Main 3276. Night. North 8769.
REAL BAKU A ii\C> US
DEED CARS
All bargains. Cash or payments.
I. Wolf Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
"A MILLION PARTS."
Haiti J67S. 619 N. Illinois. Auto. 22-062
PACKARD COUPE, MODEL 18. ELEC
trie lights and starter; fine condition;
you make your own terms; no brokerage;
no delay. You drive your car away when
you buy.
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRK CO.,
518 North Capitol. v
Main 2C38. Auto. 22-019
MA XWELL ~COUPE 1017 MODEL;
line condition; demountable rims, you
make your own terms; no brokerage; no
delay. You drive your tar away when
you buy.
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO..
51S North Capitol.
Main 2638. Auto. 22-019.
CHEVROLET ROADSTER BABY
Grand; newly painted. line tires; no
brokerage . u terms. No delay; you drive
your car away when you buy.
INDPLS. At i'U PARTS AND TIP.E CO.,
513 North Capitol.
Main 2638. Automatic 22-019.
PAIGE TOURING. GI.KNWOOD MOD
el; fine top ami tires; you make your
Own terms; no brokerage; no delay. You
drive car away when you buv.
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO..
518 North Capitol.
Main 2648. Automatic 22-019.
Franklin' e rm rim., new paint;
new cord tires, you make your own
terms; no brokerage, no delay. You drive
your car away when you buy.
INDPLB. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO.,
518 North Capitol.
Main 2683. Automatic 22-019.
PAIGE 25. rm RING; GOOD (ONDC
tlon; low price, 175 down, balance $3
weekly. No brokerage
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO..
5J3 North** Capitol.
Main 2638. Automatic 22-019.
Maxwell coupe. i9ii model, new
paint, new tires, bumper bar. a bar
gain. See D. C. RIDER for terms.
JONES-WHITAKER SALES CO.,
Department of U*ed Cars,
>s42 N. Capitol. Main 2345.
Late model Chevrolet baby
grand. In A1 condition. Terms If de
sired.
H AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE.
321 Mass. Ave. Circle 1776.
Late model che\ rolet m this
car Is In A1 condition. Terms If de
sired.
S AND S. AUTO EXCHANGE,
322 Mass. Ave. Circle 1776.
B ICE, MODEL 34 TO! KING; ELEC
tricaily equipped; fine tires. good
condition; SIOO down, balance $4 weekly.
INDPLS. AUTO PARTS AND TIRE CO
SIX North CapitoL
TRUCKS—FOR SALE.
GARFOIRD
TRUCKS
For Low Cost
Tdn-Mile
Nil FIM
Distributor, 33 S. Senate Ave.
CHEVROLET. ONE-TOV WORM DRIVE,
with pneumatic tires; been used short
time; will sell at a discount. Terms to
responsible parties.
JON ES-W HIT AKER SALKS CO.,
Department of Used Cars.
343 North Capitol. Main 2345.
AUTOMOBILES —WANTED.
AUTOS WANTED
i
We buy more cars for parts purposes
and to resell than any .other dealer in the
country. There must be a reason. This
Is It:
We pay tho best prices. Try us first and
last. If you do not sell to us you are
losing money.
Indianapolis Auto Parts & Tire Qo.
518 North Capitol.
Auto. 22-019. Main 2638.
* AUTOS WANTED
We pay cash. No delay for your money.
It la here for you. Come in or call.
I. Wuif Auto Parts & Tire Cos.
<29 N* Illinois st. Main 1579. Auto. *2-069.
We also buy Junk cars.
B BUT, SELL AND EXCHANGE ALL
makes of used cars.
S & S AUTO EXCHANGE
821 Mass, avenue. Circle 1776.
AUTds~~AND TRUCKS FOR HIRE.
CABS FOB RENT—DO YOLK OWN
driving. U-DRIVE AUTO SERVICE,
125 South Pennsylvania street. Teiephcat
Main <I.
MOTORCYCLES* and "bicycles'
Gash paid fob all kinds of
motorcycle*. FLOYD PETERMAN,
M* Massachusetts avenue.
LEGAL
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Board of School Commissioners of the
city of Indianapolis, until 8 o’clock p. m..
Tuesday, Jan. 27, 1920. and then opened,
for boiler Insurance for a term of three
years on 88 steel boilers, at forty-five sep
arate locations, all In accordance with
specifications posted on the bulletin board
In the offices of said school board. The
right Is reserved to reject any or all bids.
GEORGE C. HITT.
Business Director.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
\ CAbUT URLi. TAK<S
NOOO I'M VCRY D A
IT WON’T TAKC | — I'feSrl l
WANTfIbD
The best stoves, rugs and furni
ture that gold will buy.
Pioneer Dealers In Used Furniture That Is Better. /
BAKER BROS.
219 221-223 E. Wash. St. Old Main 3465-3466, Auto. 23-166.
LEW SHANK
pays best prices In city for household
goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 228.
IF YOUR CLOCK Ih NUT RCNNINO
phone Circle 4387- M. R. SHEARS,
811 North Alabama.
WANTED —CASH REGISTERS. WILL
pay cash. 23 Baldwin block. Main 6871.
Auto 21-794
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SAL*.
ARMY GOODS SALE
13 1 South Illinois Street.
Repaired marching and field shoe*,
newly aoled aud heeled by U. 8.
government. $3.00; now army Munson last
shoes, $5.00; new Infantry Munson last
shoes, $6.00, overalls and Jumpers (Rec.).
each. 75c; woolen underwear (Rec.), 75c;
O. D. wool shirts (Rec.). $2.00; new blan
kets at $6.00; new woolen socka. 36c and
60c, new wool O. D. shirts. $4.00; reissue
O. D. wool shirts, practically new, $3.00;
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
terial, officers' style, with belt. $26.00 val
ue. $12.00; new Goodyear raincoats, with
belt, plafd lined. $15.00 value. $7.50! army
raincoats, slightly used (Rec.). $3.50 and
$4.00; new woolen union suits. $2.50; army
overcoats, dyed blue, $8.60; new serge rain
coats. with belts. $17.50 values, $9.60.
QUEEN CITY SALVAGE
CO.,
Jobbers and Dealers. 134 8 .Illinois St.
Special attention given mall 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
nrices are the lowest.
QLAZER
444 E. Washington St.
BEDS, "SPRINGS AND
MATTRESSES
Beds from $2.60 up.
Springs. $2.00 up.
Mattresses. $3.00 up.
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.
Drop-Head Singer, sl9;
Ffc-Tg—gliß other bargains. 91.00 per
:> i- , ’Ty week. AU makes RB
&J liP PAIRED. HKMSTITCH-
Ii IJ ING while you wale 10a
m PER YARD.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE COl.
Main 600. Auto. 36-216. 911 Maea, Are.
ANDY—WILL SEND, FIVE POUNDS
delicious soft cream center chocolates,
asserted flavors on receipt of *2.60. (No
stamps). SCHUTT CANDY CO., 170 W.
Randolph. Chicago.
cUNGER SEWING MACHINE CO.; NEW
O and used machines; electric motor*;
rente, repairs. 7*4 Massachusetts avenue.
Phone Main 6679.
Musical instruments, records,
rolls, cut price. TUTTLE. 201 Indiana
avenue.
S' econo-hand furnace fob sale.
Call Main 6079.
For fire insurance on hocse
hold good# call Prospect 5670.
COAL AND WQ6d~FO t R SALir -
Pocahontas M. R SB.OO
Kentucky Sh. L 7.75
Illinois Lump... 7.00
Indiana Lump 6.50
M. 3531. L. H. BAIN COAL CO. M. *631.
SUCCESSOR TO
ANCHOR FUEL CO. MAIN 2X61.
" INDIANA FORKED LUMP,
$6.50.
PITTMAN COAL CO.,
Woodruff 74
LINTON LUMP
$6.50 PER TON
Prospect 8280. Automatic 62-9*4.
AUCTIONEERS.
DEERING & HARRIS
AUCTIONEERS
S2S-226 Hume-Maneuy Building.
TAILORS AND CLEANERS.
CLEAN ’EM UP
Capitol Garment Cleaners
M. A. GITHENS.
SERVICE!
SERVICE!
SERVICE!
1246 North Capitol avenue. Main 5471,
Main 4160, Auto. 21-241.
H. G. FITE
Practical Tailor and Cutter
I Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing;
I krmy overcoats made over; ladles' work a
•peclaity; work called for and delivered.
: North Capitol avenue and Ohio street.
Automatic 26-641. Circle 690.
Army overcoats made over and
dyed; alterations, cleaning and pressing
of ladies’ and gents' garments.
CITY TAILORS AND CLEANERS,
17 V N. Illinois.
J SCHWARTZ, TAILOR AND CLEAN
. er. 31 Kentucky avenue. Main 2679.
TRANBFER AND STORAGE.
storage cheapest
// { W/ RATES IN CITY. CALL
\lf ( ]/ VS. Everything at rea
[l I }l sonable price. Packed.
V. ZT IJ II shipped anywhere.
is Locked room if desired.
29 West Haary. Main 4999.
SHANK FURNITURE AND STORAGE
S CO.. 227-229 North New Jersey street,
rhone Main 2929.
Local and overland hauling, o.
K. TRANSFER CO., 938 East Wash
i ington ytreet. Prospect 8282.
REAL EBTATE—FOR BALE.
Swi jr 91* North Sheffield, five
room cottage, full lot;
worth the money; price,
jL U. *2,000. George A. Lucas,
Realtor .with Bert Ksseg,
! 20* American Central Life. Main 6574.
Evenings, Irvington 238.
K~ ENWOdD AVENUE, NEAR TBQERTI
eth street; five-room modern; price,
only $8,500; S6OO cash and remainder at
S3O per month.
Sherm&n drive, near East Michigan
street, six-room cottage. Price $2,250;
$260 cash.
H. G. MONEN, 405 Law building.
SIX-ROOM NEW HOME
Semi-modern home and five nice lots pu
corner in Irvington. Price $3,800; tert&a.
Mr. Baird.
CANADAY REALTY CO.
806 City Trust. Main 6340.
- SACRIFICE ’
S2OO buys nice four-room bungalow; bal
ance easy terms; also have five-room dou
ble and eight-room dwelling. Belmont
2717.
I*l* SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, SIX
rooms, strictly modern, large lot; will
make a dandy home. Price $4,300; half
cash; early possession.
LEO K. CLINE,
4*l Lemcke Bldg. Main 3116.
NORTHEAST
Five rooms, nice cottage; electric lights;
on Roosevelt avenue; price, $£,000; S2OO
cash; sls monthly.
W. H. COOPER, 838 Lemcfee Bldg.
AZEL STREET. ' 19vT; SEVEN-ROOM
cottage, full lot; price $2,200; $250
cash, balance Tnonthly.
LEO K. CLINE,
431 Lemcke Bldg. Main 8116.
6~~W blockTsouth NEWJEKSEY &T.;
nice six-room home, nicefy arranged;
can be bought for SI,OOO cash, balance
like rent; price $2,650. JAMES E. BERRY,
147 Bast Market street. Main 5147.
Choice large lot near - maple
road boulevard, within two squares ox
Fair Grounds; $lO cash, balance ,$1 week
ly. 640 Lemcke Annex. Main 1409.
SOUTH, WALKING DIBTANCE. SIX
rooms, semi-modern, large barn,
paved street; $2,450; $250 cash. S2O per
month. Woodruff 247 after 7:80.
FOR SALE—SEVEN-ROOM, SEMI-MOD
ern home at 440 South Grace street;
also five-room house at 446 South Grace
street. Phone Prospect 4692.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRIC LIGHTsT
city water in kitchen; cistern; $2,350;
4012 E. Michigan. Phone owner Irving
ton 971. Immediate possession.
Modern" sex-room - house in irv-
Ington; with built-in sleeping porch;
garage; $4,200; $1,500 cash will handle.
Irvington 3164.
B~X OWNER. TWO LARGE LOTS.
store and living rooms; fruit, chicken
park, garage, filling station; good location.
Woodruff 70.
" INDIANA TRUST CO.
Sells real estate, eolleou rust write*
*W lesuranee.
QY OWNER. SEMI-MODERN HOUSE;
D $2,200. Will consider terms. Irving
ton 1089,
North, new bungalow, never
occupied, modern, easy terms, \yash
i Ington 1079,
CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY! W.
D. WOODS. Irvington 21*4. I
REAL ESTATE—FOI^J
5-room cottage on
Price $2,100.
5- cottage. West 25th
$1,600. Terms. • ■
6- cottage, North Ifciral,
large lot. Price $3,400.
Double house on Randqlph St.,
7 rooms a side. Price $4,500.
5- cottage, Tacoma at.j
modern except furnace. Price
$2,400. _ „ v ' j
6- cottage on Tacoma;
strictly modern. Price $4,200.
4-room cottage on Tacoma ;J
gas, valjer and electric lights!
Price $2,100. ,* I
6-room modern house, largH
garage; North Dearborn sfl
Price $4,‘500.
A modern double on N. Dcnirfl
6 rooms side. Price sr>,o(S
Terms. fl|
GILL REALTY 00.,
Realtors I
Main 1646. Auto. 28-23 J
CALDWELL ST-
Four-room cottage, electric light*,
well and cistern, price $1,300; small du*H
payment and sl2 per month. 9gfl
See Mr. Mulnteer, with BH
I. N. Richie & Sou, Realtors
151 E Market. Main E
After 6 P- m. tall,Woodruff 4833.
PAYMENTS fl
Double, five rooms to a side, In A-l coiH
dltion; located northeast. City water,
trio lights, gras, newly painted and
full Jot. Rented S3O per month.
$2,650. Only SBOO down, balance
See Mr. Peel.
CANADAY REALTY CO. I
Main 6340. SO6 City Trust. North 909^8
SR r 1015 S. Sheffield; five-~roofl
v/ bungalow; three years
- modern, except bat^H
A iX screened front porch;
living room; full lot; wortH
the money. 53.200; terms. Ueo. A.
Realtor, with Bert Essex, 208 America™
Central Life Main 5574. Evenings IrvingM
ton 338. H
Four acres, five-room housh
small barn and henhouse. West oH
Washington St., two squares of tractloH
stop, on paved road; good soli, good feuJP
lng. Price $3,700.
Mr. Baird, .
Canaday Realty Cos.
306 City Treat Bldg. Main 6*4*.
SOUTH SIDE BUNGALOW
Most attractive home; five rooms, gas,
electric lights, city water In yard; house
almost new; cement porch; located on
Gemraep St„ '.n pleasant neighborhood, one
block Minnesota car line; near school.
Price, $2,000; terms can be arranged.
BRANDON-JAMESON,
127 N. Delaware St. Main 5762.
F North Tuxedo, beautifully
located, six-room thorougii
>A ly modern residence, garage;
J. Uk price this week, $4,850;
terms. George A. Lucas.
Realtor, with Bert Essex, 208 American
Central Life. Main 5574. Evening, Irv
ington 338.
South Side Modern Home
Eight rooms, elegant location; paved
street. Immediate possession; property In
fine condition; low price; easy terms.
J. S. Cruse Realty Cos.
12S North Delaware street.
Howard street, 2009; four-room
cottage; electric lights, gas. well and
cistern; price $2,000; $250 cash, baljance
like rent.
LEO K. CLINE,
431 Lemcke. Main 3116.1
S-rr y East; $5,500; strictly up to]
date modern home of slxj
rooms; garage; well locat
ed- We think It Is worth
more money. Geo. A. Lu
cas, Realtor, with Bert Essex, 208 Amer
ican Central Life. Main 5574. _____
For sale—one lot, northeast,
close to Pendleton pike; cheap for
cash. H. L. WILSON, 2726 Adams street,
city. ’ " t y
North, modern, six-room home,
paved street. $4,000; SSOO cash; $36
monthly. Woodruff 2092.
gix Rooms,"modern. LWo IJVINb
V room, etc. Terms. Woodruff 7024.
SOUTH, FIVE ROOMST MODERN. GA
rage, terms. North 7476 after 6:30r
REAL ESTATE—WANTED.
WE HAVE CUSTOMERS WANTING
strictly modem homes east, near
Technical High school; cash buyers;
communicate with us at once. Mr. Kim
mlch. Main 1499. Auto. 25-24*.
HOME SEEKERS FJEDALTY CO..
918 Merchant# Bank Bldg.
’’LIST WITH THE HOME SEEKERS. - *
House of five to seven booms.
not necessarily modern; cash. Main
107. •
Modern house fob cash gusto.
mer. Main 142.
House" with bath, cash deal.
Woodruff
Five or six rooms, semi-modern,'
Woodruff 7024.
FARMS—FOR SALE.
S— Wayne county; 184 aareaf
V/ extraordinary fine house
and building*; first and
/>A second bottom land. beam.
tifully located on ptka*
$225 per acre.
160 acres. Wayne county; sl*B per mk*(
buildings fair; fine producing farm,
57% acres within 8 mile* of motto*
ment; everything in first-olaae condition $
buildings, fences, drainage, orchard, etc.
For full and detailed lnformtalon on these
and other farms call or writ* GEORGE
A. LUCAS,- Realtor, with BERT ESSEX.
208 American Central Life Bldg. Main
6574. .
$3,000—51,000 AND TEEMS
Vn apple orchard of ten acres contain
ing more than 400 nine-year-old tree* off
good commercial varieties; 1% miles fronff
a good market, in Yakima valley. Wash
ington. .Excellent schools churches.
If Interested, write J. C. DORWIN. 356*
Spokane avenue, Tacoma, Wash. *4P
Seventy - one-acre farm fob
sale, at a bargain, if sold *y Feb. Ij
price $95 per acre; good ImptpvementA
Call and see owner, one and one-ha.*
miles southeastikif Acton. Ind. B. w.
HILTON.
FARMS—WANTED. ~
sat ANTED—TO HEAR FROM OWNER
of good farm for sale. State caah
price, full description. D. F. BUSH, Min
’leapolla, Minn.
w I SCO N SIN FARM LANDS.
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If for a home or as an investment you
are thinking of buying good farm lauds,
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PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES. BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES COt
FRANK K. SAWYER. PRES.
906-809 LAW BLDG. ASSETS. $141,741*
Money to loan on second mokt
gages on Indianapolis and Indiana real
estate. GIBRALTAR FINANCE COM
PANY. 208 Fidelity Trust building. Mala
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